Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on August 28, 1968 · Page 15
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 15

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, August 28, 1968
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Redlandj Daily Facts Wednesday, Aug. 28, 1968—15 Second list of contributors to Prospect Park published A second list of Prospect Park contributors today includes nearly 300 names. It supplements the list published Aug. 8, which had nearly 1,000 names. Today's list is intended to complete the names of cash contributors, who helped the Prospect Park Fund in its purchase of the park. It does not include those who have been reserving copies of The History of Redlands and Prospect Park, although these names also will be in the book soon to be published. All names of Prospect Park contributors are being assembled at the City Hall by Erwin S. Hein, who is editing the elegant new history. Omissions or errors in the present list may be reported by telephoning 793-2641, Station 17 or 18. The History of Redlands and Prospect Park will be published as a limited edition. All copies may be reserved in "advance of publication, and orders are now being taken by mail or at the Facts Office. The book is com-. bined with charter memberships; in the Friends of Prospect Park, and is intended to raise funds to improve the park. Each copy will be numbered and certified, and will include the names of all purchasers. Following is the additional list of contributors: Mary Abbott Walter Adams American Assn. of Retired ; Persons Mrs. A. F. Amundson James W. Arnold \ Dorothy Arthur Arthur Commercial Press Mr. and Mrs. Oral Baker Beacon Printery Lowell Berry Foundation Best Fertilizers Co. Elizabeth H. Bethell Robert M. Bice Glenn L. Beemer Jack F. Binkley Mr. and Mrs. Bert Block Thelma A. Bodine Ward W. Bodine Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Boese Philip Boese Robert E. Brandon Evelyn D. Brannon Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Burgess John R. Carmack Nancy E. Carson Citrograph Printing Co. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence M. Clark Margaret Davis Clark- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coble The Contemporary Club Mrs. Bessie M. CoIIelte Mary Repplier Cook Carolyn Cornish Bertha N. Covington Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Crook Henry S. Cross Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. Cutty George A. De Lange Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Dick Edmund T. Dombrowski, Sr. Dr. and Mrs. E. T. Dombrowski, Jr. S. R. Dombrowski Albert E. Drusedum Mrs. John Dunn Ronald R. Eckton Mr. and Mrs. L. Helmer Ek Margaret Eneroth Dr. and Mrs. Burt W. English Richard L. Farquhar Mr. and Mrs. Madison Finlay Col. Paul Fojtik June M. Fortress Mrs. Lorraine Goodding Mr. and Mrs. Emmitt O. Graham II Mr. and Mrs. S. U. Graham Raphael Greno Don Griffitts Mr. and Mrs. Robert E. Hahn James C. Hargrove Miss Glenna Harris Mr. and Mrs. William T. Hartzell Mr. and Mrs. Leland B. Hawkins Dr. Lawrence E. Hcim Elizabeth Hidden Mrs. George S. Hinckley Mr. and Mrs. Verne R. Holmes Lloyd E. and Virginia Hopper Patricia D. Hunt Susan B. Hurlbut Christie, Mark and Tony Jacobs Raymond J. Jacobs John's Union 76 Service Dorothy Johnson Nanette Johnson Mrs. W. B. Johnson Thelma R. Jones Dr. and Mrs. Otto F. Kampmeier Dennis M. Kennedy Mr. and Mrs. Ronald O. Kibby James H. Kimberly The Kimberly Juniors Carolyn R. Klein Knights of the Round Table Lois Fair Knox Adolf Koolhaas Erwin A. Krueger Richard H. Lachman Amelia La Follette Frank F. Lamons James H. Lauer William M. Lauer IT LOOKS LIKE THIS — Susan Anton has an honest interest in the history of Redlands because she comes from the pioneer Wilshire family. She's the 17-year-old daughter of Mr. ond Mrs. W. F. Anton of Oak Glen, and she'll enroll next month at San Bernardino Valley College. The book she is holding shows the size and shape of The History of Redlands and Prospect Park, soon to be published. (Photo by Dick White) Blast kills Lake Tahoe casino owner Several suspects held for bombing death of gambler ZEPHYR COVE, Nev. (UPI) —Law enforcement officers said today there was no indication the bombing death of Lake Tahoe gambler Richard Chartrand was a gangland execution, and hinted the case might be solved soon. "We have several suspects including one principal one," said Ted Stokes, acting Douglas County district attorney. Chartrand, operator of two casinos at nearby Stateline, was killed when a bomb exploded as he backed bis car out of the driveway of his plush skyland area home near here Tuesday. The blast occurred across the street from the home of Frank Johnson, chairman of the Nevada Gaming Control Board, the investigative arm of the state's gambling control agency. Lou Tyler, bead of security at a major Stateline casino, lived next door. "There is every indication the bomb was meant for Chartrand and nobody else," said Stokes In reply &> a question asking whether Johnson or Tyler might have been the intended target. Cbartrand's body was shattered by the explosion. His new Cadillac was wrecked. The force of the blast blew a bole in the pavement and tore a curtain from the window of the bedroom where Johnson was in bed recovering from a cold. "It was definitely a bomb but we don't know of what type or how it was triggered," Stokes said. "There is no evidence to indicate it was a gangland slaying." However, he declined to comment whether the killing was connected with Chartrand's gambling business. Chartrand, 42, obtained a gambling license after being in business in Fresno, Calif., until 1961. He acquired controlling interest in Barney's Club and the South Tahoe Nugget casinos. There bad been a stockholders dispute involving bis control of Barney's club, bnt there was no indication this might be linked to- the killing. "It doesn't figure that it's a gangland killing." Johnson said. "There iasn't been any trouble and no interstate connection in­ volving him as far as we know." He said gaming agencies would withhold their investigation until they see what Stokes' investigation discloses, "but we will offer our help." Chartrand previously was a victim of violence. In 1961 be was pistol whipped and robbed of $1,700 outside his Fresno borne. He told police two men jumped out of some bushes and bit him on the head with a pistol and continued to beat him even after he handed over his money clip. He was a real estate man in Fresno for a time and also operated a charter air service before becoming involved in the Nevdaa gam bling business. He was unmar vied. Cheattrs During World War JJ, toe U.S. Army and the U.S. Navy found that about three out of every 1,000 men drafted cheated at gambling, according to the En cyclopaedia Britancica- La-Z-Boy West Chair Manufacturers Marjorie Lyon Mr. and Mrs. Lome Macartney Mrs. Joanne K. Macy j Dr. and Mrs. William W. Main j Daniel and Ruth Mall i James A. Maloney I Barry B. Martin W. B. Maxfield Bcrnice Mayer Gertrude McCourtney Lewis McKee W. B. MaNfield Marjorie Q. Merchant Virginia C. Merritt Mr. and Mrs. Kenton R. Miller Dr. D. C. Mock Jr. Rosa G. Monroe Donaleen M. Moore Mr. and Mrs. William T. Moore Lt. Albert Mouns Mrs. Grace S. Mullen Mrs. Nora Neil Lawrence E. Nelson Marian G. Nelson Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Newland Nine Point, Inc. Larry W. Noble Insurance Agency Mr. and Mrs. John E. Nobles Norris Yardage Margaret Miller Norwood Occidental Chemical Co. Minnie L. Ohmstede Stanton N. Olson Esther B. Page Barbara Parker N. Patterson Dr. Clarence A. Paul Ruth O. Paulson 1 Dr. John L. Paulus Sara E. Peck- Donald S. Pierson People's Furniture Co. I Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Porter David G. Poston Unita M. Pouncey Helen T. Power Loretta C. Poyzer Quality Dairy The Questers of Zonta Chapter 83 ! Mr. and Mrs. Winslow Ran- idall Warren A. Ransom Harley C. Raumin Miss Frances R. Reay Miss Josephine Reay Redlands Blueprint Co. Redlands Daily Facts Redlands Federal Savings & Loan Assn. Redlands Footlighters Redlands High School Class of 1913 Redlands Horticultural & Improvement Society Redlands Laundry & Linen Supply Redlands Round Table Redlands Teachers' Assn. Donna Richards Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Riedler Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Rieger Mrs. Margaret S. Riordan Rolando L. Rivera Dr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Robbins Russell R. and Agnes T. Rogers Cathy Rothenberger Mrs. Gertrude C. Rushing Mrs. Pearl F. Russell Mr. and Mrs. Myron C. Sabin Sage's Complete Markels San Bernardino Sun-Telegram Sanborn Heating & Air Conditioning Kathy Sanborn Retha K. Sandel Mrs. Grace Saner Miss Lucille Saner Arthur Sargent Mrs. Margaretta D. Schwartz Security First National Bank Mr. arid Mrs. Tirso G. Serrano Shelby's Office Supply Mrs. Joanna C. Son all Shawver Shell Service D. C. Andrew Smith Jr. Harvey B. Smith James A. Smith Smith Jewelers Charles A. and June M. Snoden Soroptimist International Southland Research Mrs. Muriel J. Spclman John and Ruby Stantfer Mildred Stevens Mr. and Mrs. Charles R. Stultz Mrs. Hildegarde Hoyt Swift Edward F. Taylor Aldyth Thain Tharaldson - Matthewson - Argabright & Doby Townhouse Apartments Trash & Treasure Club Triple-D Orchid Distributors Pamela Tucker Virginia C. Tucker Unitarian Fellowship Church of Redlands M. R. Vander Linde Christie D. Vernon Dr. and Mrs. Donald W. Vieten Helen M. Villard John and Tom Vogt-Nilsen Phyllis T. Weed Dr. and Mrs. Niels J. West \ Mr. and .Mrs. Leo E. Whaleni i Mrs. Beatrice H. White I Eugene A. White. M.D. V. Leroy Whiter Mr. and Mrs. Harry' G. Whitmore Byron L. Whitney Mr. and Mrs. Haul Whittier Mrs. Anna M. Wilcosson Miss Isabel Wildes Dick and Keith Wiley Dr. and Mrs. Louis J. Wilhclml Mr. and Mrs. Richard L. Wil- kcrson Miss Emily B. Willcy Mrs. Cora A. Williams Miss Elizabeth Williams Mr. and Mrs. John D. Williams Miss Frances E. Willis Eleanore H. Wilson Guay P. Wilson Harriet C. Wilson Kathryn B. Wilson Mrs. Ora P. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Wilson Dr. Richard J. Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wilson William H. Wilson Col. Charles L. Wimberly Dr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Witter Rev. and Mrs. William Sage Woolworth William Woolworth, Jr. Col. John A. Worhach Laurence K. Wormser George B. 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