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Local Notes Herbert Woodruff, 60, H. S. Teacher Dies Police Arrest Pair Two Redlands briys. on a joy ride in an au!o without parental permission, were arrested and jailed by police al 3 :50 a.m. Sun -j day. They were charged with;- Funeral services will be held here Wednesday for curfew violation and later re -j Herbert A. Woodruff, 60, who had been a teacher at*Red-pare C nV° "' € CUSt ° d " V 0t lhci 'i lands High-School since 1923. - j Although in apparent good health he was stricken by Possession May 13th, $89 Monthly;a heart attack early yesterday morning at his home, 5 New 3 bedroom V 2 bath home.!West Clifton court, and died. Large rooms, natural fireplace, ~ , „ , attached sarage entirelv finished.) Dcalh camc wllcn he was vlr Good south side location just offj lual| J" Wllhm readl o£ seeln g hls Olive. Out of town owner. See at j dream come true. For 24 years 215 Bond evenings. x | le an d Mrs. Woodruff had been collaborating in researching and writing of a book on American history and Rand McNally is presently in the first phases of publication. Mrs. Woodruff said today that she will be able to complete the work, with the counsel of a pro-j fessional historian, and thaf American Times-Chronicle, as it is called, will be published. Mr. Woodruff loved American I history, himself, and wished to make it come alive for students. The device that he and Mrs. Woodruff chose was a book in which American life would be mirrored in newspaper form. They did the research at the Library of Congress, Huntington Library. Stanford Library and oth-] crs during a 24 year span, including a sabbatical leave from his teaching duties last year. In his earlier years at Red:< lands High School he taught _, .,. „, _ , iL -ivies and economics. During Community Thrift Shop Toe S da/ WorU1 ^ u h( , 5Crvcd ag Dcan Receiving day, 10-12. 10!) 4th St > - -- Hubcap Theft John R. Caiiock, 1605 Orange street, reported to police the theft of two hubcaps, valued at S17, from his car Sunday. B. G. L. Meeting There will be a meeting of the Better Government League on Monday. May (j, at 7.30 p.m. in the auditorium of the McKinlc school on West Olive. There will he a speaker and several matters for discussion. Come and bring a friend. Arrest Shoplifters Two boys, aged 11 and 12. were arrested on a shiplifting charge at Xewbcrry's a! 1:34 p.m. Saturday. They had taken two pocket knives. Sliger's Agent for Wurlitzer pianos. Rent or buy. Try it today. Sliger's Music. 10!) E. State. of Boy He was a member of the Fort nightly club, the American Lc gion. the National Rifle Association, professional societies, and Probe Petty Theft ji|ir Congregational Church. In Redlands police today are in--.addition lo his wife he is survived vesligating the theft of S10 inrjby one son. John, of Cambridge. Dr. H. A. Stevenson, Osteopath 308 Brnoksidc. PY 2-2004. change and soda pop from a vending machine at the Frank Burns service station. 765 West Central avenue (Highway <19 and Texas street). Round Table Meeting v Coach Cecil Cushman. director of athletics at the University of Redlands. will give a program of humorous stories at the Round Table meeting Tuesday noon al La Posada. Attention World War I Veterans First meetinn of the new Redlands Tost will be held in the council chambers of the city hall Friday night. May 10, at 7:30. If you are interested in your benefits, be there. x Just Arrived for Mother's Day! Lovely, fully guaranteed Betty Barron aprons. Stewart's Gingham Sweet Shop, 11 N. Fifth, x Peterson Funeral Funeral services for Frank S Peterson were held Saturday af lernoon al 2 o'clock from the F Arthur Conner chapel, with Rev Gerald C. Churchill, pastor cf the First Congregational church, officiating. Cremation followed at Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. Private burial of ashes will take place at Hillside cemetery at a later date. I Mass., a n d one brother. Dr Abram D. Woodruff of Chicago. A native of Geneva, Kansas, he came to Ontario with his parents shortly before the United States entered World War I. When war came he served in th cavalry. Then he went lo Pomona Col State Pork For County Voted The State Assembly has amend- 1 ed the proposed 1957-58 budget to provide for the creation of S250.000 state park in San Ber-| nardino county, according to As semblyman Jack A. Beaver of Redlands, author of the amendment. The" funds would be derived from the state park fund, he said and would be used for acquis! lion of a site, major construction and equipment. It would be op erateri by the divisions of beaches and parks and would be known as San Bernardino County State Park. Location of the park was not xlated by him in a telegram to I he Facts. Weather HERBERT A. WOODRUFF Photo by Wm. Elmer KinRhar Acheson Names ( Merchants To Committees Donald Acheson, president, He- tail Merchants division, this noon announced the following committees and chairmen for merchandising events: August Dollar Days, Wendell Rich and William Oatts. Febru-| ary Dollars Days, Mark Nielson. Candy Cane House, Dick White. Christmas Decorations, John Cenkner, Christmas Activities, Jim Grace. Easter Promotion, Fayette Woods, Back-to-School, Alan Levine, Jack Gole, G. R. McLaren. The merchants group also discussed having three breakfast meetings and one dinner meeting at which outside speakers would be scheduled. Street Brawl Heralds Cinco de Mayo Celebration Redlands police officers today were trying to unravel the intricacies involved in a street brawl in the 600 block on Lawton street Saturday night which heralded the Cinco de Mayo celebration. Bricks, sticks, boards, bottles, feet and fists and one World War If German automatic pistol were cue receiving his B.A. degree in U\\ involved in the "little puebla 1922 and his M.A. in 1924. I battle" which was fought in several stages beginning around 11 The Rev. Gerald C. Churchill if the Congregational church will officiate at the funeral Wednesday at 3 p.m. at Emmerson's chapel. New York Stocks N E W VOCK (UP)— Stocks moved narrowly on reduced turnover today. Industrials encountered some turbulence as I hey moved around the 500-lcvel in their average. Rails tried to take the lead but just couldn't get the wheels rolling. A three-point drop in Peoples Gas brought utilities down after Iheir average had touched a 26- year high. A handful of issues made good gains of 2 points or more. A few other had wide losses. The main list held in a narrow range with changes irregular. American Hawaiian Steamship 7 points. International Business Machines at its low was off 4'i National Lead. Halliburton Oil Well Cementing, and Magma Copper lost 2 to 3 points. The better gainers included Coca" Cola on good earnings, General Tire,.Heinz, Clark Equipment, International Salt, Minneapolis Hon eywell. Thompson Products and Western Maryland. Steels balanced off small gains and losses. Motors held about steady. Oils were irregular with Shamrock at a new high and Am erada soft. Du Pont rose more than a point in a mixed chemical section. Interna tional Nickel turned easy late in the day. Dow-.loncs final stock averages: ]tle" had resumed. 30 industrials 436.32. off 1.22: 20| j IadHd w?s j nund jn a „ ^ p.m. Saturday and ending some hours later. II involved youths from San Bernardino and Redlands. Police reviewing the outcome of the struggle listed: Personal and property damage: one hole in head, one black eye, numerous cuts and bruises, one bullet hole in tire and several bloody shirts. Arrests: two adults and two juveniles. Confiscated as evidence: One pistol, three misfired 9-mm pistol cartridges and one unused cartridge. In jail are Robert M. Gonzafe' 20, of San Bernardino, assault with intent to commit murdei and carrying a concealed weapon. He had black eye. Antonio M. Eoque,. 20, 1560 Church street, liquor violation and violation of parole Ruben R. Madrid, 16, San Bernardino, curfew and investigation for assault with deadly weapon. He had deep puncture wound at right temple and was taken to San Bernardino by Houghton's ambulance for medical attention. Lino Marmolejo, 16, San Bernardino, investigation for assault with deadly weapon and curfew Battle Resumes Police answering the call at 11:30 found a group standing around, all of whom claimed there was "no trouble." Police noting some of the young men had blood on their shirts re- urned later and found the "bat- Mav Mav Mav May Rainfall Temp. 1M Sea- Hours son railroads 147.11, up 0.27: 15 utilities 73.34. off 0.33, and 65 stocks 174.03. off 0.34. Sales today were about 2.210,000 shares compared with 2,390,000 shares Fridi'v. 10 Musi Actt •e S tnrk* (Do v .limes Ser\ ice. Courtesy Lester, Kyon s <t t'o.l Volume Close Chnz. i:;.iim Bethlehem S> teel . 4ii< i unch. ion N«. Pacific ... | 1 01) Lorw 's . ~'» .t; 1X..SIHI N .i. Amrr. A via. ... "n •: i T .-.ou Inter. Tel. ... 'A*** .. x s 'J:..(HIH General Mot ors ... .t. i, 'in..suit Stand. Oil N ... 'ti> T j* -•- Wc>t. i:iec. ... ">!) T K -r 7 » is.- MH RAVthciui ... 1!t*& 1 4 ).-,.Still Hertz Corp. ... :tn -f 1 ing aided by Gonzales. Police found bullets in street at scene and pistol in back yard where Gonzales told them he had tossed it "over my shoulder." Police said identifying marks and numbers had been filed from the pistol. Robert Cordova. 929 Herald street, who was visiting in the neighborhood, told of seeing "the man with the gun" point it at another and snap hammer three times, but bullets failed to go off. Later pistol misfired again when pointed at Cordova, but on second shot it exploded and senl slug through tire of his automo bile. Prescription filling is not "just a side line" wi us — it is tlic first order of business in our store. "You are in\ .let. to take ad\ anlage nf our prompt and complete prescription ser\icc WINN'S DRUG STORE — COMPLETE PRESCRIPTION SERVICE — Deliver We GheS.&h. Green Stamps Open Daily 8-9; Sundays 9-5 Corner Colton & Orange Free _ Parking PY 3-2804 wmmwiim\\\m\\mmm 4200 Spectators Witness J.C. Benefit Rodeo Sunburns and western garb were seen in profusion over the week-! end at La Carrera field as over 4200 spectators came out for the Redlands Junior Chamber of Com merce Benefit Rodeo. Staged by the Cowboys Association of America and sponsored by the local Junior Chamber, proceeds from the two-day program was ten per cent of the gross take. According to Eber Copcland new president of the Jaycees, this money will be distributed toward support of the Redlands Community Hospital drive and possibly Little League baseball. Weather was ideal for the circus-like Rodeo, which attracted riders and ropers from many points in the west and midwest to take part in the regular circuit program. Competition , in the six ro deo events counted toward the official standings in CAA for the cowboys as the two-day rodeo was on the regular circuit season. Junior Horsemen Take Part Taking part in Ihe program from Redlands was the local Junior Horseman club, who joined with] Ihe performers in Ihe grand entry which started off the program each day. Sunday, four horse races were run and also three strings of horses competed in Pony Express relay races. Bonny Holt of Dunlap Acres was announced as the winner in Sunday's race in a close finish over Bud Parnell's quartet of horses. Compared with the Rodeo held at Lakeside a week before i n which 45 cowboys were injured, the Redlands rodeo was peaceable and nearly injury-free. Yesterday morning during the trials, Rarrcll L. Nolph. a bull rider from Orange, suffered a wrist injury at 9:55 a.m. when he hit the ground after being tossed from the bull he was attempting lo ride. He was taken to Redlands Community hospital for treatment. Gored By Bull Fifteen minutes later. Houghton's ambulance took Bill G. Flesher of Reseda to Redlands Community hospital for treatment of a lacerated jaw, suffered when he was gored by a bull. Houghton's had an ambulance standing by for the duration of the two-day event. Included in the Rodeo were the six major events; bareback bronc riding, saddle bronc riding, bull dogging, team roping, bull-ridini and calf roping. IIr. Copeland said that the enthusiastic support given the Rodeo has encouraged the Junior Chamber lo consider making the Benefit Rodeo an annual event. This will be taken up later by the Jaycees. Redlander Unable To Rescue Drowning Man Despite efforts of a Redlands man to save him, Robert Lloyd Quaschnick, 33, Gait, was drowned in one of the lakes at Fisherman's Retreat, eight miles southeast of Redlands, yesterday at 5:30 p.m. When Quaschnick called for help after trying to retrieve a small white bobbin" floating 25 feet off shore, Ralph O. Brady, 1027 Sixth street, Redlands, swam to his aid. Deputy Jack Kessner quoted Brady as saying that he took off his shoes and valuables and swam to help Quaschnick. "As I approached he began to fight and struggle; he even took a swing at me. He began to sink, 1 grabbed his legs and he pulled me down with his hands. I had to kick myself loose. Quaschnick was already under water at this time," Kessner quoted Brady as saying. Brady began to dive for his victim and was joined by Harlan Heinbach, 30, his weekend guest on the fishing trip. They soon recovered the body in 20 feet of water, the lower 10 of which was a tangle of reeds. A resuscitator squad from Sunnymead worked over Quaschnick but he was pronounced dead by Dr. Don L. Cox of Beaumont at 6:45 p.m. Sergeant H. L. Hoffman of Beaumont identified Quaschnick as being a railroad worker who was spending the day at the lake with Mildred Irish of Cabazon. Deputy Coroner William Dykes said Dr. Thomas E. Jones, Riverside County pathologist, would perform an autopsy Tuesday morning at Weaver's mortuary in Beaumont but that there would be no inquest. . He leaves his mother, Mrs. Merle Quaschnick of Gait. Carol Churchill Wins Northwestern Scholarship Carol K. Churchill, daughter of f the Rev. Gerald C. Churchill,'pastor of the Congregational church, and Sirs. Churchill, has been awarded a four-year-tuition scholarship to Northwestern University at Evanston, 111. Carol who is IS and a senior at Redlands high school, has been interested in dancing since childhood. She has been giving dancing lessons since she was 12 and on June 29 will have the lead in the Vera Lynn dancers presentation of Swan Lake at the Bowl. She was particularly anxious to go to Northwestern because of its reputation in dramatics. Also, the ££j Churchill's lived in the same gen- j eral area (Villa Park, 111.) be- Lji fore coming to Redlands. Br| With money she has earned, EL* . Carol will go on a two-month trip KSgLfc to Europe with a party of people nSjw 'J interested in dancing. She will fej&fej leave Redlands immediately after |i 1gS3j| the Swan Lake program. The group will visit the Sadler Wells t ~~ i ~ J * ai ballet, and other troupes of note, CAROL K. CHURCHILL in Europe. Photo by Wm. Elmer KinEham Vital Records BIRTHS CHAVEZ — Born, in Redlands. Calif., May 3. 1957, at. Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfonso Chavez, 787 Mt. View, a daughter. ALANIZ — Born, in Redlands, Calif., May 3, 1957, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Alaniz, 1128 Sylvan boulevard, a daughter. HEARD — Born, in Redlands Calif., May 4, 1957, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Heard, P. O. Box 105, Lakeview, a son. FORTHUN.— Born, in Redlands. Calif., May 5, 1957. at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Forthun, 323 La Paloma, a daughter. !s McCASLAND—Born, in Redlands. Calif., May 5, 1957, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Gary McCasland, 32260 Avenue E, Yucaipa, a daughter. DEATHS WOODRUFF—Died in Redlands, Cal., May 5, 1957, Herbert A. Woodruff, 5 West Clifton court, aged 60 years, native of Geneva, Kan., and resident of Redlands for 34 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. at the Emmerson Redlands chapel al Brookside avenue and Center street, Rev. Gerald C. Churchill, pastor of the First Congregational church, officiating. Emmerson's Mortuary in charge. Friends who wish may, in lieu of flowers, contribute to the.hos­ pital expansion fund. LANGFORD — Died in Yucaipa, Cal., May 6, 1957, Ernest S. Langford, 13407 Douglas street, aged 88 years, native of England, a"nd resident of Yucaipa for 12 years. Deceased is survived by two' daughters, Mrs. Rosemary Curtis. Yucaipa. and Mrs. O. E. Loewnau Santa Ana, and one sister, Miss Florence Langford of England. Private funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Emmerson's Yucaipa Mortuary- chapel, Rev. D. Howard Dow, pastor of the St. Albans Episcopal church, officiating. Cremation in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. Emmerson's Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. BABB—Died in Redlands, Calif. May 4,1957, Mrs. Zina .A. Babb, 312 Brookside avenue, aged 85 years, native of Strafford, N.H and resident of Redlands for 27 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 3 p.m. at the Emmerson Redlands chapel, Brookside avenue at Center street, Rev. Frank M. Toothaker, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside cemetery. Emmerson's Mortuary in charge. Board Sides With Power Co. In Airport Dispute Decision to leave Ihe Cal Electric power line on its present route north of the Tri-City airport was today endorsed by the San Bernardino Board of Supervisors after a two-hour session in the Board room this morning. The unanimous decision was handed down by the board after a lengthy dispute between C a 1 Electric and the Tri-City Airport which has carried _ over the past month. Joe 'Brier had maintained that Ihe present location of the proposed power line route would in lerfere with landings and takeoffs on the north-south runway Because the proposed central route freewav would have clipped 300 feet off the south end of the strip. Mr. Brier planned to add 300 feet, plus an additional 500 feet lo Ihe north end as compensation and safety margin. This northern extension would have come in conflict with the Caleclric power lines, not allowing the necessary safety factor, was the argument pressed by Mr. Brier and the Airport Advisory committee. Can't Move Line However, investigation by Cal Electric's engineers revealed the unfeasibility of moving the line farther north. Today, a four-point conclusion was worked out by representatives of Cal Electric, Tri-City Airport, Board of Trade, Industrial Commission and the Board of Supervisors. Hi Investigation reveals impossibility n[ removing power line from original proposed site' i2> Tower line elevation are now in conformity .with CAA codes and by lowering the proposed towers from 74 feet to 50 feet, an extension of 600 I eel may be added safely to the north-south strip; (3) The board goes on record to encourage preservation of the airport; and (4i the Civil A'eronau tics authority will be advised by the county of the conclusions of the investigation. Cal Electric agreed to airmark the towers as stipulated by CAA and military air demands. The towers will be marked bv red lights. Today's decision came as a climax to three different sessions before the Board of Supervisors Bids Called For High School Fine Arts Building Bids on the Fine Arts building at Redlands High school will be opened at 8 p.m. May 24 in the; board room on the high school campus. Designed by architect Harold Gimeno of Santa Ana, the S450,- 000 structure is tentatively scheduled lor completion about Janu- ry of 1958, according to John Stallings, assistant, to Wilbur Vroman, in charge of school construction. To be erected on the former site of the old high school administration building, the new fine arts building will be the centerpoint of the campus and will include three music rooms, one drama room, two classrooms an auditorium and an arts court plus toilets and storage areas. The structure's convex face of windows will look out on East Citrus avenue and the exterior will feature "5 stage along one side for outdoor performances. Mr. Stallings said that the plans also call for a large entrance hall and four music practice rooms. Strong Armed Robberies Investigated Sheriff's deputies are. investi ating reports of two strong armed robberies just east of Red lands over .the weekend. Saturday night a trio of masked men held up the Russell and Bowers Liquor store on Highway 99 at Yucaipa boulevard, simu lated guns in their pockets and made off with an estimated $100 The holdup occurred at 10:10 o'clock. At 11:13 Sunday night two men threatening "to shoot you" took S2 from two March Air Force airmen and the two Redlands girls they were "dating" while their car was stopped briefly on the vinding road at Panorama point. Poultry and Eqqs LOS ANGELES. May fi 'UP)— Egg5 Wholesale uncandlcd producer graded for size 40 per cent grade AA larse 33 l b-35. AA medium 29'.i-30'.i, AA small 24'a-26. Candled to retailers f.o.ti. distributor plants delivered l'L- cents higher: AA extra large 44 !a-47 A extra larae 4^'-a-44'j, AA large M'a^lVa, A large 34 I >-36 [ -., B large 31 l a-33^, AA medium 33 ',2 -35»'a. A medium 29 '3 -31'i, A small 25 I .a-26 I a. Prices to consumers in cartons: AA large 45-57, A large 39-52, A A medium 39-49, A medium 37-44. A small 33-:t7 Poultry- Fryers at ranch 19-21, fr.v ers caponettes at ranch 27-2H, hens cross 12-14, light type hens 10-12. Zina A. Babb Passes Away Zina A. Babb, 85, a native of New Hampshire and resident of Redlands for 27 years died Saturday. Mr. Babb had resided at 312 Brookside a\enue. He IcaVcs his wife, Mrs. Bessie JI. Babb; two sons, Keith of Campbell and Donald of Redlands. also one granddaughter. Miss Nadine C. Babb of Campbell. Services will be Tuesday at .1:30 p.m. at Emmerson's with Rev. Frank M. Toothaker, pastor of the First Methodist church, offi- Redlands Daily Fad* Monday, May 6, 1957 -5 Seven Arrested For Beer Sales To Minors Redlands police arrested seven over the week-end involved in violation of the stale laws concerning liquor and minors. Early Saturday morning they arrested two 13-year-olds after purchasing beer at the B & F beer and wine store, 314 Orange slreet, and this morning obtained a war- rani for the arrest of the clerk who sold the pair the beer. Jailed after buying beer and having it in their possession were Gordon Davis, IS, 115 North University street, and Leland Hardin, 320 West Lugonia avenue. They were apprehended with the beer at 12:10 a.m. Saturday. The clerk at the store was identified by police today as Frank Babcock, 54, 20': East Central avenue. At 11:30 o'clock Saturday night four teenagers were arrested for possession of alcoholic beverages on Oriental street. They ranged in age from 14 to 19, according to police. Likes Tobacco COBH, Ireland (UP) — Philip Richland of Miami, Fla., has been ordered by customs officials lo appear in court Tuesday to explain his liking for tobacco. Authorities said luggage which he asked be stored in a customs shed contained 286 pounds of cigars, 63 pounds of tobacco, 26 pounds r>( cigarets and nine' pounds of snuff. dating. Interment will be in Hillside cemetery. SIDE GLANCES FIDLER'S SWAN SONO DES MOINES, Iowa (UP) Harry Fidler was back in jail today, living proof that (1) thieves always return to the scene of their crimes and (2) life is just a vicious circle. Fidler, free jusl two days from serving three years for shoplifting in Hill's Depart ment Store, went back to the same store Saturday and was rested—for shoplifting. Sherwin - Wiltiama SUPER KEM-TONE \ tni KEM-GLO PAINTS Al HFR'^ and ALI/CIl J ART STORE _^ Painting Contractor •1 ?5 E. Stata St. SA.-H GrEfrn Stamps Phone P¥ 2-3355j HOURS: Dally — 1 a .m. lo t p.m. SUNDAYS —10 a .m. to 1:30; g to 1 p.m. mt. lusione w DRUG 14 Z. Stat. • PRESCRIPTION PHARMACIST* Wa Glva Gold Bond Stampi CORWER FUNERAL CHAPEL F. Arthur Cortner 22] Brsoksidt Av«. PY 2-1411 Announcement of Services Frank S. Peterson — Services 3 p. m. Saturday, from Ihe Chapel. The body will lie in state from 5 p.m. today until service time. EMMERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL BABB. Zina A. Tuesday 3:00 p.m. Redlands Chapel WOODRUFF, Herbert A. Wednesday 3:00 p.m. Redlands Chapel LANGFORD, Ernest Wednesday 11:00 a.m. Yucaipa Chapel WORTHLEY, Mrs. Ida Services pending Yucaipa Chapel Phone PY 2-2422 BROOKSIDE AVE. AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW DAILY FACTS BUILDING By Galbraith "If they put you in bsd at 7 o'clock. k«ep hollaring for drinks of water—thaft hew 1 finally got the upper hand!" Peace 0/ Mtitd That's the nice thing about your investment in « Savings & Loan Association as over 16,000,000 Americans well know. Sound management, 4 con­ servative investment policy and savings insurance make certain your hard earned dollars are readily available. Stop in and get acquainted! — EARN EXTRA DIVIDENDS — All deposits made on or before the 10th of any month will earn dividends as of the 1st of the month. REDLANDS FEDERAL SAVINGS Association • And Loan Fifth and Citrus BRANCHES: 35034 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa; 8601 Wheeler Ave., Fonteiw Phone PY 3-239T Member Federal Home Loan Bank System