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LocalNotes Wallpaper Clearanet 25 cent per bolt, tonight at the Mad Night Sale. Maxwell-Means, 100 Orange St. x Now Open Redlands most modem laundromat. 527 Texas St. s Liquor Store For Sale by owner, PY 7-9207. x We'll Be Open Thursday Night Closed Friday night, this week only. Fowler's men's store, 107 Orange. s Fre« Popcorn And bargains galore. Maxwell- Means, 100 Orange St., tonight at the Mad Night Sale. Guitar Stolen Francis P. Little, 91 Alta street, reported the theft of a guitar and case from her house last night. The victim told police the guitar was valued at $65. "Only One Redlands" Dr. Lawrence E. Nelson's Diamond Jubilee Book now on sale at Redlands Daily Facts. Proceeds benefit Redlands Community Music Association. Hard Covers, $10; paper backs, ?2. Treasure Tones Paint—Parl< Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Building, Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green Stamps too! x Carpet Extravaganza Never before have we sold carpets at these low, low prices. Maxwell-Means, 100 Orange St., tonight at the Mad Night Sale, x Hot Cinnamon Rols aad hot doughnuts tonight in our bakery. Goodie Shop, 24 E. State. Valuable Bargains Sets of milkglass, Lenox china, sterling silverware, and others. 1633 E. Citrus. 792-2362. x Les Brown's band picked for jubilee grand ball Les Brown and his "Band of Renown" will provide the "big band" climax to Redlands Diamond Jubilee celebration at the Grand Ball on November 9, it was revealed today by Robert Van Roetel, chairman of the event A firm commitment for his appearance has been received and approved by the Diamond Jubilee board of directors, upon rec- Qimnendation of the Rotary club which has assumed planning responsibility for the Grand Ball. Mr. Van Roekel and his co-chairman, Dr. Steve Loper, reported today that Mr. Bmwn will bring 16 members of his famous band plus a sijiger, to Redlands for the Grand Ball. In addition to rendering his danceable music throughout the evenmg, he will provide a special program which will take Diamond Jubilee celebrants back down the memory lane of the past 75 years. Of all the "name" bands of the "big band" era, Les Brown is perhaps the most familiar to Red- landers. For he was here twice with the Bob Hope radio show in earlier years and was back again in 1958 to play for the Redlands high school graduation party. The Les Brown band has a reputation as one of the busiest and most traveled in the world today. It has been Bob Hope's band for the past 14 years, both in radio and most recently in television. Because of this affiliation, the band has accompanied Hope on his junkets throughout the world from Greenland and the Far North to South America. In addition to the Hope show, the band has recently appeared with the Steve Allen TV show, on the Milton Berle special and on a special Palladium show with Jackie Cooper in his "Hennessey" TV series. Mr. Van Roekel said the Rotary club is planning the Grand Ball as an elegant climax to the city's Diamond Jubilee celebration and one which will be long remembered by those who participate. Trustees name Owen as curriculum director The position of director of ele- Patriclc Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Sally Patrick were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel, Mr. Virgil L. Leach, Pastor of the Central Church of Christ officiated. Palbearers were: Buck Neal, Jimmy Neal, James L. Patrick, Ben Parkerson, Carl E. Parkerson, Binny R Parkerson. Burial was at: Jlonte- cilo Memorial Park. Sainz Funeral Requiem Mass for Mrs. Porapo- sa Diaz Samz was held Wednesday at 9 a.m. from St. Jlary's Catholic Church, Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor officiated. Palbear­ ers were: Edward Cazarez, Richard Cazarez, Pat Torrez, Rosali no Ruis, Peter Martinez, Alfred Armendariz. Burial was at Hil side Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - A last minute burst of selling managed to chip away all the market's early gain today, leaving the list lower. Chrysler weakened in a mixed motor group despite news that auto production this week is scheduled 10.5 per cent ahead of last year. Du Pont weakened in the chemicals. Steels were narrowly mixed. Some electronics moved down from theu: highs. Loral improved after receiving $3.7 million in new Army contracts. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs SOinds 71,5.98 707.87 709.76 off 2.36 20 i-rs 176.48 174.30 174.87 off 0.13 15utls 139.92 138.75 139.39 up 0.23 65stks 258.26 255.42 257.24 off 0.41 Sales today were about 4.1 million shares compared with 3.73 million shares Wednesday. 10 Most Actlr« stocks (Dow-Jones Service. Courtesy l^ester, Kyons & Co.) 2U3 E. St »to Volume Clote Chrc H-,.?l)0 Chrysler 66,500 West. Union 59,41)0 Elec. Specijltr 58,700 Loral Elect. _ 48,000 Duke Power _ 47,200 Control Oat> _ 47.700 Metromedia 4'i,400 Ampex mentary curriculm in the Redlands school system was expanded to a full-time post by School Trustees (his week but "coordinator of instructional materials" is no more. The change in titles led to a lengthy discussion among Trustees and administrators and an emphatic "no" vote by Trustee Charles Stultz. Recommendation for the change came from Supt. H. Fred Heisner who said that by assigning the duties of instructioal materials coordinator to the director of elementary curriculum, there would be a net reduction of one-half administrator. L. Ernest Owen, former principal of Crafton and Mentone schools, was promoted to the instructional materials position in April to succeed Dr. Carl Bell who is retiring. The position of director of elementary education was held this past year by Schuyler Phillips who divided his time between that job and his post as Kimberly principal. Mr. PhiUips has now been promoted to be principal of Cope Junior high. Even though the transition would result in a net salary saving in administration, Mr. Stultz said he was objecting to the creation of a new position of authority which, once established, would never be eliminated. He stood alone on this particular theory, however, and Board President Robert Kahl noted that Mrs. Irene Starr had formerly held a position as curriculum director in the Redlands system, a position later abolished in an economy move in 1959-60. The records indicate that in 1957-58 the school system not only had Mrs. Starr on the administrative roster, but had Leo Fuchs as director of special services. Dr. John Stallings as administrative assistant in business plus a consultant in art and another in music. In 1958-59, Dr. Stallings was made administrative assistant to the superintendent but this position, along with that of Mr. Fuchs and the two consultants, was abolished in 1959-60. Kenneth Hurlbert, assistant superintendent for instruction, pointed out that because of new requirements by the state involving curriculum, it is essential that some help be made available. He said major projects required this next year are a complete revision of social studies curriculum from kindergarten through 6th grade, the development of experi mental courses in modem mathematics as a prelude to state- required conversion for new texts by 1965, and the comple tion of the social studies curriculum revision at the secondary level. In other personnel actions this week. Trustees: Aproved the assignment of Mrs. Julia Hinckley as full-time head counselor at Cope Junior high school. She has been a basic course teacher at Cope ever since the school was started in 1956-57. Her appomtmcnt is for one year as a replacement for Mrs Shkley Root who is on sabbatical leave. Approved the employment of new teachers Miss Carin J. Clocks W. L. Thomas, Mrs. Norma P, Ertefai, Mrs. Marjorie D. Patton Mrs. Emelyne E. Branson, Mrs Peggy A. Creighton and Miss Bonnie D. Nagy. Approved as long-term substitutes (replacements for teachers on leave) Mrs. Theodora K. Weam and Mrs. Florence H. Berkheimer (3/5 time.) Accepted resignations from Mrs Lyndall Anderson and Mrs. Meryl J. Brechler. Seal found guilty by Redlands jury Pot of gold at end of Redlands rainbow There is a pot of gold at tha end of the rainbewl Trace tha silver beam over Downtown Redlands this evening and you will save a pot full of money. For tonight is Mad Nita — the second annual sidewalk sale conducted by Redlands merchants and sponsored by the Downtown Redlands Association. Stores on State street between Orange and Seventh will be open from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., as will stores on Orange between Redlands boulevard and Citrus. The silver beam from large searchlights will shew the way. Money saving bargains en all types of articles sold by down- tov/n merchants will be the order of the evening. Special booths will be set up in the middle of State street, which is to be closed to automobile traffic. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., July 11, 1963 - 5 TIZZY By Kate Osann 41,000 Bewleti Pack. 37,400 Stadebaker . . BO'i -1 . !8U +1U . S2U +ni, . 17U +1'. .60 — . e3?i - T, . S9?ii + =i , Wi + !i iZ^i — ', . S\i vach Weather June 11 June 12 June 13 June 14 June 15 June 16 June 17 June 18 June 19 June 20 June 21 June 22 June 23 June 21 June 25 June 26 June 27 June 29 June 30 July 1 July 2 July 3 July 4 . July S July 6 _ July 7 _ July 8 _ July 9 _ July 10 _ July 11 - 73 73 74 8S 94 93 95 90 91 83 75 74 80 88 97 - 91 85 92 _ 93 95 93 _ 96 94 lumnn Temp. 24 Sea- Hours ion 52 .03 7.32 . 88 . 94 . 95 . 93 . 86 55 57 52 56 59 53 60 57 55 58 SB 57 49 54 55 54 53 55 55 54 S3 54 57 54 56 55 58 57 54 .24 7.56 James J. Seal, a 29-year-old Redlands High School teacher, was found guilty by a Redlands Justice Court jury today of loitering in a public rest room. The jury reported its verdict about 12:30 p.m. following a two- day trial before Judge Bea G. Alexander. Seal, of 410 San Mateo street, was arrested by police last May in the pub'Jc restrooms in Smiley Park. He was charged with "loitering in or about a public toilet for the purpose of soliciting or engaging in an unlawful act." On Jlay 21 the Redlands School Trustees suspended Seal under mandatory provisions of the Slate Education code, pending final disposition of the legal charge against him. The defendant's attorney, Keith Sprague, entered a motion for a new trial after the jury's decision was announced. A date for a hearing on the motion has not yet been scheduled. Deputy District Attorney Milt Dawson served as prosecuting attorney. Seal, who teaches Spanish at Redlands High, was arrested along with Wilbur Lee Wooldridge, 24, a San Bernardino teacher. Wooldridge is scheduled for a jury trial July 16. Serving on the jury were Jlil- dred Phoenfac, Harry Whaley, Mildred Adams, Hamlin Bucknam, Clifford Brewster, B. W. Perry, Richard Updike, Verda Wilson, Marion Wilson, Arthur Gray, Lucille Mills and Gerald Feenstra. W. D. Long dies at age of 63 WilUam Dewey Long, 1215 Alta street, for 28 years a resident of Redlands, didcd here today at the age of 63. He was a native of Monroe County, Tenn. Mr. Long leaves his wife, Thelma J. Long of Redlands; two sons, Cidon D. Long of Yucaipa and Garvis R. Long of Redlands; a daughter, Mrs. Kay Knapp of Rialto; his father, Simone T. Long of Hamlin, Texas. Also four brothers, G. G. Long and JIahan Long of Hamlin, Tex; J. D, Long of Anson, Tex.; and A. J. Long of Luders, Tex.; two sisters, Mrs. Nola Smart of McCauIley, Tex., and Mrs. Mattie Smart of Littlefield, Tex.; and 11 grandchildren. Funeral ser\-ices will be at 10 a.m. Jlonday at the F, Arthur Cortner chapel.Interment will be in Montecito Memorial Park. Explosion rocks Hastings, England HASTINGS, England (UPD- A violent explosion rocked the seaside resort town of Hastings tonight, causing many casualties. First reports said at least 50 persons were rushed to a hospital after the blast ripped tlirough a hotel, restaurant, shops and cafes. Heavy damage was caused by the explosion, believed to have been caused by gas. Furniture from the cafes was blown into the street on the eastern seafront of this southern England resort town. Windows were shattered over a wide area. Ambulances raced to the scene and police closed about a half mile of the seafront because they feared further explosions. Vacationers and residents were removed from the area. Investigation board finds accident cause .^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ The cause of the accident which Recreation Department Red Cross resulted in the silo explosion of Swimmmg program will get un- an Atlas-F missile at Roswell, ^^rway Monday for those that N.M. on June l "was accurately ^ave already registered, Bob determined and positive action is Chambers, Sylvan plunge du:ector being taken to prevent similar s«ted today. accidents " Beportmg times for the sessions _. ' , . • . , at the plunge are as follows, U ^""l^J^ years and older 9 a.m.; 8-10 years Col. George T. Buck, president of If ,„ , „ „„H U i. GOVERNOR'S BRIEFING - South Dakota Governor Archie Gubfarud listens intently as Air Force Major H. J. Bianchard of the Ballistic Systems Division at Norton AFB gestures with hand in explaining takeoff of the .Minuteman missile. Gov. Gubbrud and 14 other South Dakota dignitaries received a three-hour briefing by BSD officers yesterday on the missiles which have been deployed in thot state. (Doily Facts photo by Ron Kibby) If bureaucrats left them alone American farmers could make a good living Second session in swim program opens Monday fte Aero ^^plcV^f^tySriit f ^\-^Vrti,tUT H '\ vesUgation board for ballistic mis- fu l^„i^^!^?„,'^ P^^^"^ ^' siles which has spent the last the gate on Monday. Instructors are Larry JIunz, month studymg the explosion, barren Wood, Steve Taylor and The cause was not made pub- Gary Troyer. The Junior-senior lie but it was reported that the life saving class is still being final report weighed nine pounds tested. and included 60 photos, 26 con- Approximately 30O students elusions and 16 recommendations, were handled in the first session of the City-Red Cross program. MiX^t t^^m^mJ^ I'^^B following received cards in- vlTai KeCOraS IdlcaUng passage of the swim tests. Beginners: Robert Gardiner, Mike Simmons, Duane Schuill, T,EE — Died in San Bernardino, sherrill Gritters, Maynard Linde- Calif., July 9, 1963, Mrs. Alice man. Barry Gritters, Janel Baack, Helen Lee, 24708 Rosewood, San pam Wielenga, Robert Dally. Plan huge cross in Sicily MESSINA, SicUy (UPI) — Local church authorities Tuesday announced plans to erect a huge cross, 130 feet high and 65 feet wide, atop 3,706-foot Mt. Dinna- mare in memory of the late Pope John XXIII. Msgr. Carmelo Canzonieri, apostolic administrator of Messina, said the estimated cost was $15,760. "Welf, what do you know! Only 18 more shopping days until my birthday!" UPS POPULATION TOKYO (UPI) - The population of Tokyo was officially estimated at 10,393, 667 as of June 1, the statistics bureau of the Tokyo metropolitan government announced Tuesday. The figure is an increase of 42,659 over the May 1 estimate. You'U Find a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facts Classified Ads note! We'll be OPEN Thursday night Closed Friday night, fhis Week only! ___<x The Men's Store 107 Orange St. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, July 11 (UPD- Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sis 72s 88s First grade 7.82 6.04 4.52 Second grade 3.88 3.48 113s 138s 163s First grade 3.93 3.86 3.85 Second grade 3.13 2.95 2.81 Trend: Lower- NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrus: California Valencias 13 cars, half boxes $3.31. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Elbert Lopp 1732 Clay S^ Redlands C^lif. x TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. July 11 (UPI) — Eggs: Prices to retailers f.o.b. distributor plants (delivered Hi cents higher: AA extra large 39K-43Ht. A e.xtra large 3B<.i-4l'.i, AA large 3Hi-3S!i, A large 30li-31",i. B larie a6Vi -27!i, AA medium 23',42S',i, A medium 24',i-2S?4, AA smaU 17»i-2IVi, A smaU 16>i-17',i. Prices to consumers: AA lar,?e 29.50. A large 49-50. AA medium 20-14, A medium 33-41. AA smaU 32-39, A smaU 2d-33. Poultry: Fryers 17-18, roasters 21-25 light type hens 5-5?i wtd. avg. 5.20. hens cross 6-6V3 wtd. avg. 6.14, turkeys: yearling hens lS-16'/4, young hens 22, young toms 21, fo'cr roasters 21. WILLIAM O. MOOKK. PubUsher. FRANK E. MOOB£. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday) at Facts building. 700 Brook- tide at Center, Redlands, Calllomia. Founded October 23, 1890. 73rd year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890, at Uie Post Office at Redlands, Csltfomia, under act of March 3. ISTS- SUBSCRIPTION RATB (In Advance) By Carrier DeliTery On* MoBlk t tJ* Three MoiUs 4.J0 Six Months Os* leaf IM* Bernardino, aged 82 years, native of Kansas and resident of San Bernardino, Yucaipa, Redlands and Mentone for 34 years. Rosary wil be recited Sunday at 7:30 p.m. at Emmerson Redlands Mortuary, Brookside avenue at Center street. Requiem Mass wil be held Monday at 9 a.m. at the St. Joseph the Worker church. Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor officiating. Interment in Inglewood Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. LONG — Died in Redlands, California, July 11, 1963, William Dewey Long, 1215 Alta St, Redlands, Calif., aged 63 years, native of Monroe County, Tenn., and resident of Redlands for 28 years. Funeral services will be Monday, 10 a.m., at the F. .Arthur Cortner Chapel. lAterment in Montecito Memorial Park. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Barbie Radford, Robin Webster, Shelly Brover, Gary Bergvall, Ronnie Crim, Bobby Crira, Patty Kimm, Danny Rigmaiden, Paul Sanchez, Darla Grove, Randy Richardson, Gail Van Voorthuy- sen, Ted Krohne. David Pyron, Gary Autrey, Danny Kierstad, Ralph Lindeman, Mike Carlson, Danna Kimm, Rebecca White, Linda Pounds, Pam Edwards, Kamella Kierstad. Passing the intermediates test were the following: Marin Kar- semyer, Shirley Hapson, Debby Rigmaiden, Karen Van Voorthuy- sen, Janice Feenstra, Ed Kars- meyer, Tom Van, Gene Mahan Mike Wagner, John Mapes, Randy Witham, Glenna Richard son, Wanda Geiger, Loretta Geiger, Shirley Gritters, Elaine Karsmeyer, Cindy Berlingeri, David Schuil, Keith Radford, Scott Lawrence, Tom Edison. Passing the Swimmers test were: Jack Bierma, Roger Bod dick, Nora Hooghwinkel, Mary Bolson. RedfarxJs. Cafffoma ^ PJwne 793-2441 One Month Br Mali STUART E. POWER EASTMAN DILLON, UNION SECURITIES & Co. MEMBERS NKW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 6290 Magnolia Avt., Rivarsid* (Plaza) Dial Operator (Toll-Frec) for Zenith 7-8500 Dear friends» Occasionally we are called upon to arrange for funeral services and burial in distant cities. Tnrough our various professional associations, ve can arrange a dependable service at point of destination. We arrange for transportation and complete the necessary forms with minx- mm burden to the family. Respectfully, A Republican governor from farm ^ate of South Dakota serted yesterday that American farmers could make a good ing if Washington bureaucrats left them alone. Gov. Archie M. Gubbrud, who lists his business as farmer and cattle feeder, said he has con fidence in the ability and ingen uity of the nation's farmers, but not in the bureaus that regulate farm production. The governor and 14 other South Dakota dignataries left Norton Air Force Base this morning after an all-day visit yesterday guests of the Balistic Systems Division. The group received detailed three-hour briefing on the Atlas, Titan and Minuteman missiles. South Dakota presently has one Titan I squadron of nine missiles, A 150 Minuteman missile wing is being deployed near Ellsworth AFB. During an abreviated press conference yesterday. Gov. Gubbrud railed Pres. Kennedy's farm policies. "I haven't been in agreement with the Administration's farm policies for some time," he began The 52-year-old governor noted that he enjoyed farming and that he had made a good living from it. "Farming has a future if the farmers are left free to farm. But if the time comes when the farms are run from Washington, I wouldn't want to make my living at it," he declared. Gov. Gubbrud, who must automatically retire from the South Dakota state house next year at the end of his second term, also maintained that Pres. Kennedy could be beaten in the 1964 presidential election. He sidestepped a question on Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS. MARTHA 0. GAUGH Services 11:00 a.m., Thursday, at F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MISS MARY EMLY FORD Services pending. MISS JENNIE HAAKMA Services pending. WILLIAM D. LONG Services pending. iaSS LUCY E. SADUSKY Services pending. WILLIAM M- ARMSTRONG Services pending. r .AKTHOR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVL.W 2.1411 who he supports as the Republican candidate to oppose Kennedy, but conceded that Arizona's Barry Goldwater appeared to "be the strongest contender at the moment." "It is quite awhile before either the Republican convention or the elections," Gov. Gubbrud noted, "This is not the time to support anyone." The governor's visit is the second in a series planned by BSD to brief the governors of states in which the nation's operational missiles are beuig deployed. Gov. Paul Fannin of Arizona was briefed in June. Four other governors are slated for similar briefings within the next few weeks. Gov. John M. Dalton of Missouri is scheduled for August 1. On August 6 Gov. Orval E. Faubus of Arkansas is stated to visit Norton AFB and on August 15 Gov, Frank B. Mcwrison of Nebraska wil arrive for the BSD briefing. North Dakota Governor Wiliam L. Guy will also be scheduled at a later date. Music tonight for Mad Nite shoppers An added attraction for the Mad Nite sale tonight from 7-11 p.m. in Downtown Redlands will be the "Pendleton's" combo. The group is led by Stan Kwake of Yucaipa. The music makers will be located at tha corner of Orange and State streets under the time and temperature sign. Announcement of Services KENNEDY, Mrs. Esther 11:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel LUNA, Rosario Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Friday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Saturday St- Mary's Church LEE, Mrs. Alice Hden Rosary: 7:30 pjn. Sunday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m Monday St. Joseph The Worker Church BODENHAMMER, Mrs. Lillian Services Pending Valley Chapd Loma Linda, Calif. Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AYE, 793-2441

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