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Upland News, The (Newspaper) - January 13, 1972, Upland, California The Upland News Seventy-Seventh Year. No. 4ft Upuad, OtUfernit, Tbur Jtnuaty it, U73 30 Pages 10 Cents U.S. to have all-volufeer Amy by Jily? CHOMOH V, Mother, doughttr Bofh Most little girls "play bouse" to be "just like mommie." How- ever, it is more difficult for Torrie Bebb, 5. Her mother is a homemaker, family seamstress, full-time cashier and with her spare time studies ballet, Ballet; in this instance, bs- .comes the way to be "just like niommle" because mother. and are in sep- fhe arf of bcrllef let classes sponsored by the Up- land Recreation department. Although Mrs. Wayne A, Bebb of Upland baa always been in- terested in ballet, she never did anything about it until her tor told her to get the "proper type" of exercise. Since there were.-no exercise, classes open, she eventually found the1 ballet and' exercise class offered by the Upland Recreation depart- ment last February. "When I first read ballet, It scared me admitted the petite blonde mother. '1 am such a clod when it comes to However, because of the low price of for eight lessons and her desire to take ballet, rolled. "1 loved the class so much 1 couldn't wait for toe next session, even after working eight Mrs. Bebb. "I didn't think exercise would improve my figure, but it did, I'm now two dress sizes er." She says, "The class jives Texes Just oercent of the revenue deposited In the Cigarette Tax Fund durtnj tht montft of October, Itss the state's administrative costs of by the UpUnd Mtremien bilUt MMnw tor Torrti itMMiJnje MM oumln iny mother empi the Mill aftoripj mernlMjinl etetBiit, TM mominj CUM nil m um of MbyiRunii Beads lew cHy mice trt net in H fflldOB MOB WtU U I at e I ft they MI OVBIH vSfsaf In At amiil town rf San- M YSti, Metmiker ptnlelpated John Shoemaker The new Community Relations Coordinator for the city of Upland reviews more than a five-inch stack of complaints which the city has received-slnce He will function as a liaison between city government and city to improve communication between the two groups. Jewelry He also enjoys trav o enjovs traveling and library BCW seclioa Communily participaton then ten registered voters in the must unemployed, live in Upfand'and submit an I application before Jan. 21.
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