50 Years Ago From the Archives of The west side index  • NOV. 4,1971

Warriors-Reds in Big game

One of  the oldest rivalries in the area will be renewed tomorrow night when Gustine Redskins come to town to play the Orestimba Warriors.

The game will be an important one for both teams since both have already had two losses in Trans-Valley League play. Both teams have also complied 3-4 overall records this season.

In the last 24 contests that have been played, between Newman and Gustine, the Warriors have had the worst of it. They have won seven while losing 16 and tying one.

At OHS girls take up AG, shop 

This year when Keith Collins lins lectures to general shop class at Orestimb High School there is something different in the sea of faces. Nad the same holds true fro William Walker in two of his agriculture science classes.

For the first time at OHS girls are enrolled in these classes. Four girls have enrolled in the general shop class and there are two girls in ag science classes.

Newman Drug 

Ben-Gay…………………..……......................84¢

Listerine Lozenges………..................……..82¢

Neosynephrine…………...................………88¢

Sinutab…………………….....................…..$1.68

Band-Aid 70 plus 20…....................…..……79¢

50 Years Ago From the Archives of The GUSTINE STANDARD • NOV. 4,1971

Cable television may become available 

Cable television may become available to Gustine residents in the near future. That is if Televents of California can induce Newman nd Patterson to join their network.

In making the presentation Monday night to Gustine City Council, Peter Agresta, representing the Martinez based firm, explained the company’s plan to install their master equipment on Mt. Also that would bean television signals via micro-wave to antennas at Patterson, Newman , Gustine, Los Banos , Chowchilla, Firebaugh, and Mendota.

The firm would beam 13 channels for selection by the local viewer. The would included channel 2, Oakland; channel 9, San Francisco; Channel 8, Salinas; Channel 11, San Jose; Channel 19, Modesto; Channel 24, Fresno; Channel 30, Fresno; Channel 36, San Jose; Channel 40, Sacramento; channel 44, San Francisco; channel 47, Fresno; channel 46, Monterey; and channel 53, Fresno.