Clipped from US, California, Oxnard, Oxnard Press Courier, January 5, 1967

USO raises556 gift forauditoriumA special dance Tuesday night sponsored by the Oxnard USO raised $56.56 for a chair in the new Oxnard Auditorium now un-dor construction.Music was provided without charge by a llt;x*al high school band calling themselves the I “Slaves of Sound” Combo. The members are: Paul Overton, leader, on the drums; Damian Bujanda, rhythm guitar: Terry O’Leary, bass guitar; and BobMoore, lead guitar..Making the contribution to the ; \uditorium Authority's Mrs.vBFCleo LuBonte were Marine Pfc. Felix E Fulmer, Point Mugu, jfrom Covington. Ky.. who represented the servicemen; and Linda Romies, of Sonus, who represented the USO junior hostesses.The dance actually took in atVthe minimum price for dancing; of 25 cents $51.56, but at the close of the affair Lloyd P. Rectenwald, a Battalion Four Seabee from Pewaukce, WisJ handed Mrs. I,a Bonte a $5 bill as he walked out.“This is my share; I want t ive it. Rectenwald said.mMrtslt;I so LIFT FOR U DITORIl M FI NDCleo La Bonte accepts a glass bowl of money from representatives Linda Romies and He. Felix Fulmer.v m,; 4*1 mm(iwa* strictly a special dance to I they wanted to have a part inraise rmnevo tUSO could; helping finance the Oxnard culDonations dropped into a glass I underwrite the cost of an au- lural center”jowl ran from 25 cents to asiditorium chair, she said.‘ The City of Oxnard has teenieiM I Iiceas $1.75 from the young!v O |nd women attending the rcThese boys at the USO rep- good to us and this is one waysPft America’1 vmen ev-iwe can share our appreciation.”tmMrs. La Bonte said. “This emvhere, and through the ml a USO spokesman said.PRICES GOODaii r a i irrsok, i a lt;