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LocalNotes Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obhgation. 793-3279. x New Open Redlands most modern laundromat 527 Texas St. . s Going Away? Don't stop j'our Facts - let us mail it to you. Call 793-3221. x Liquor Store For Sale by owner, PY 7-9207. x Wool Axminster Carpet Special dose-out offer $6.99 yd. Maxwell-Means, Corner of Citrus and Orange. x lOOF Barbecue Redlands I.O.O.F. lodge is sponsoring a hamburger barbecue Sunday at 6721 Elm street, San Bernardino, from 5 to 7 p.m. Dona- Uon $1. Kenrted/ Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Esther P. Kennedy were held Thursday at 11:00 a.m. from Eramer- son's Redlands Chapel, Rev. Delbert McLaughlin and Rev. William Flygare officiated. Pallbearers were: Ray Comwell, Ralph Woolway, Clyde Stephens, Clarence Sutherland, Loren Hutto and Earl Purvis. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park. Gaugh Services Funeral services for Mrs. Martha 0. Gaugh were held 11:00 o- clock Thursday morning at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Aaron Eurich pastor of the Temple Baptist Church officiatmg. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Part. State water cheaper than MWD Dibble tells C. of C. Surgical heart team returns from Pakistan A new kind of international goodwill mission has just been completed by Loma Linda University's heart surgeons — the sending of an entire highly specialized team equipped to perform otherwise unavailable surgical services for overseas nations. The seven-man team, headed by Dr. Ellsworth E. Wareham, associates professor of surgery, returned Sunday after a two- month tour of service in Pakistan, India, Thailand and Taiwan. The Heart Mission, sponsored by the university and the U.S. government, performed 56 surgical operations with but two fatalities during the entire two months. The only casualty to team members were to IVIrs. Lavaun Ward Sutton, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. R. Leslie Ward, 30862 East Sunset drive, an open heart nursing specialist. She was stricken with appendicitis early on the tour but underwent successful surgery and directed native nurses from her wheelchair. By RICHARD D. WEST The importing of water to this valley directly from the state through the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water district (Muni) will prove less costly than through annexation to the Metropolitan Water district, it was concluded in a report made public today. Compiled by consulting engineer Edward Fitzgerald Dibble of Redlands at the request of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce it contains a summary, conclusions and numerous comparison sharls to back up his ultimate conclusion. The report came to light this morning for the first time when representatives of the Redlands Chamber met for breakfast in Redlands with representatives of the San Bernardino Chamber which has sought Redlands support for an annexation election to MWD. Analysis of Costs Mr. Dibble's report notes that because of new studies recently completed by both the state and the Metropolitan Water district, it was possible to "prepare a timely analysis of costs of obtaining imported water for the San Bernardino valley with a minimiun of assumptions having to be made. . ." "Based on the recently - issued latest available cost figures from the state and from JIWD, the total estimated annual charges by the state to Muni (plus filtration costs) in the period from 1964 through 1992 inclusive will be $86,556,000. "Whereas, the total estimated charges by MWD to Muni in the same period would be $101,823,000. In other words, the total state charges to Muni in the 29 years would be $15.3 million less (with out annexation to MWD.) State More Favorable "In terms of total tax rates and water rates, the alternative obtaining water directly from the State Water Project through the agisting Muni contract appears more favorable than the other alternative. "An evaluation of the comparable costs in the distant years from about 1995 to the end of the contract repayment period in 2035 indicates that in those years there probably would be some savings to Muni as a member of MWD, as compared with taking water directly from the State under the existing State contract. "However, the present world of those savings appears to be small in relation to the much higher costs which would have to be paid in the early years if a member of MWD. Higher Tax Rate "In weighing the two alternatives, it is quite apparent that for San Bernardino Valley to obtaui EDWARD F. DIBBLE water as a member of MWD would involve substantially higher payments in the early years and would result in higher tax rates than in getting imported water directly from the state through the existing state contract," Mr. Dibble concludes. In supporting tables, he reports that the tax rate under direct importation by Aluni would be 3 cents per $100 assessed valuation in 1964, gradually increasing to a maximum of 28 cents by 1971, then decreasing each year to 13 cents by 1992. TTie tax rate by annexation to MWD would be 37 cents, starting in 1965, and would gradually decrease to 17 cents by 1992. Lower Water Cost At the same time, he notes that the wholesale cost of northern water per acre foot will be lower directly through Muni during all years with the exception of 1972 — the first year the water is expected to be available. Mr. Dibble's report for the Chamber was made in an effort to give Chamber members some basis upon whidi to act on a San Bernardino request for assistance in supportmg annexation to MWD. Although the Redlands Chamber as a whole has not considered the report, its conclusions will undoubtedly color the thinking of the Redlands organization. Present from the Redlands Chamber at the breakfast today were President David Haag, Hal McMillen, immediate past president, John Shone, city public works director, and A. T. Mac- Alistaire, chamber secretary-manager. San Bernardino representatives were Manager Bill Hauser, Paul Crapo and a water engineer for the city of San Bernardino. Weather samnn June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June June July July July July July July July July July July July July Temp. 24 sea- Hours ion _ .. 73 55 .24 7.56 _ 7t 57 86 52 94 55 93 59 95 58 90 60 <11 57 83 55 . 75 58 — 74 53 „ sn 57 88 49 37 54 91 55 85 54 92 53 93 55 ._ 85 55 03 54 SK 53 ^ 94 54 _ „ _ 88 57 89 54 . BB SS ^ . „ _ 94 55 „ , 95 58 93 57 <)7 54 98 56 Announcemenf of Services LUNA, Hosario Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tonight Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Saturday St- Mary's Church •EE, Mrs. Alice Helen Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Sunday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m Monday St. Joseph The Worker Church lODENHAJIMER, Mrs. Lillian 2:00 p.m. Monday Valley Chapel Loma Linda, Calif. TRAIT. Mrs. Mary S. Remains will be forwarded to Warwick, Rhode Island For Services and Burial Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 B800KSIDE AVE, m-2U) People's Column Readers ot Ibe Facti are Invited ta •end their thonchta on qQcstloni of public tntcrrit for use In the People's Column. Pleate bo brief. The writer*! trae name and addresa must accompany each letter thontb pen names are permitted at the editor's discretion. Hold Applauso Until A Symphony is Finished Editor Facts: Now that another wonderful season at the Redlands Bowl has begun may I venture to offer a comment and a suggestion which would add greatly to our enjoyment of the programs? This is done not in a spirit of criticism but rather of helpfulness. During symphonic music the applause of the audience should be held until the completion of the entire work and its several movements. .Applauding after each movement of a concerto, sonata or symphony is like applauding after each verse of a poem or each stanza of a hymn, or interrupting a lecture or sermon after each point is made. It tends to distract and disturb the tram of thought or the continuity of a composition, both for the performers and the conductor, as well as for the musically intelligent listener who has come to hear a fine reading of a well-known and much loved work. If the audience could simply follow the program thoughtfully and watch the orchestra and the conductor for cues as to when to applaud, there would be no problem. This is, perhaps, a small matter, but for many faithful cMicert- goers, it would add immeasurably to the pleasure and satisfaction our "music under the stars." May I just add a word of deep appreciation for the unique privilege which is ours in Redlands to hear these fine concerts each summer, thanks to Mrs. Mullen and her vision and dedication, and urge everyone to support the Bowl with enthusiastic interest — and generous giving! Mrs. Mark L. Andrews 921 West Cypress avenue. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all of our friends for all the many beautiful gifts and cards we received on our Golden Weddmg Anniversary. Mr. & Mrs. John N. Cody X yinnouncement of funeral Services MISS JEN'NIE HAAKMA Services 11:00 a.m., Saturday, at F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MISS LUCY E. SADUSKY Prayer services 1:30 p.m., Saturday, at F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. \\TLLIAM D. LONG Services 10:00 a.m., Monday, at F- Arthur Cortner Chapel. WILLIAM M- ARMSTRONG Body forwarded to Los Angeles for funeral services and burial. jnSS MARY EMLY FORD Services pending. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIOEAVL'W 2-1411 CAPTAIN GORDON L. WITTER, JR. Gordon Witter named officer of the year TINKEB AFB, Okla. - Captain Gordon L. Witter Jr. ot Redlands, has been named as Oklahoma City Air Materiel Area Distinguished Officer of the Year while stationed here as a test pDot. Captam Witter, 28, assigned to the area's flight test branch, is responsible for the testing of such aircraft as the F-86H Sabre jet fighter, the KC-135 Stratotankcr and T-33 jet trainer. The captain's outstanding military bearing and demonstrated professional skill were instrumental in his selection of the honor. The captain, son of Dr. and Mrs. Gordon L. Witter, 17-10 Canyon road, Redlands, is a graduate of Redlands High Schol. He attended Menio College, Menlo Park, Calif., the University ol Philippines of Oklahoma University. Captain Witters wife, Marcia, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Lipskey, 1205 Monterey street, Redlands. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks closed a shade lower today. Oils performed well despite the general decline with Getty, Gulf, Shell and Tidewater featuring the upside. One analyst recently termed the oils "the best buy in the market today." Beckman showed the worst loss in a mixed electronic sector after reporting lower earnings for its current fiscal year. Motorola and Control Data also weakened but IBM, Jlinneapolis-Honeywell and Electronic Specialty gamed some. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs 30 inds 712.55 705.21 707.70 off 2.06 20rrs 175.24 173.41174.00 off 0.87 15 utls 140.07138.94139.61 up 0.22 65stks 257.18 254.63 255.59 off 0.65 Sales today were about 3.66 million shares compared with 4.1 million shares Thursday. JO Most Active Slocks (Oosr-JoDca Serrlcc. Coarlesy heiler, Byons & Co.) 203 E. SUIe Volama Close Chne 234,100 Chryaler 58!i -I'i 81,300 Beckman KH -5U S2.«00 Elect. Spec. S3H Af.iDt Tidewater Oil _ 44,600 Control DaU ... 43.100 Glen Alden 4!,:DO Cell Oil +1M 68 4S ?i 17T4 + U -flU 4i!400 Amcr. Motors — -..- ^40.400 loral Elec l.?a + Ji 39,500 Gelly Oil 83,800 West Union -iU — U WILUAM G. MOORE. PubUiher. FRANK E. MOORK. Editor. Publishad every aveninc (except Sunday) at r«cta building. 700 Brook- aids It Center, Radluds. CalUomla. Founded October S3, 1890, 73rd Entered as aacoad dasa matter October 23. 1890. at Oie Pott Otttcm at Redlanda; California, under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATI lln Advancsi Br Carrier Daliaarr 0«a Maath I l.s» Tkrae Moalkt 4JO Sli Mentha g.SO Oaa Tear 11.4$ Oaa Maath Una Teat - Br Mall _l IJO _ 18.00 Kit Howard in good shape after day in forest Kit Howard, who will be a senior at Redlands High school this fall, was found in good condition yesterday evening after being lost for some 30 hours in the Immigrant Basin Wild Area in Stanislaus National Forest north of Yosemite. He is the son of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Frederick E. Howard, 210 W. Cypress avenue. Kit is with a group of some 16 hikers from Baptist youth groups ot Redlands and San Bernardino. The Rev. David L. Silke of Redlands First Baptist church is in charge of the group. He became lost about noon Wednesday and was found shortly before 6 p.m. yesterday by a group of hikers from his own party and two rangers from the U.S. Forest Ser\-ice. Ho became separated from the rest of the party when he turned back from a hike thinking that his group was on the wrong trail, according to a report from United Press International, The Sonora county sheriffs office, assisted by the U.S. Forest Service organized rescue parties when the hiking group reported Kit missing. The base camp for the group at the time was at the 6,000-foot elevation between Deer Lake and Drew Lake. About People Luthard J. Agre, 905 Clifton, a letter carrier in the Redlands post office, will leave Monday for Washington, D.C., where he will serve as one of the state representatives of the National Association of Letter Carriers during salary hearings before Congress. Walter J. Willey, an engineer with Lockheed Propulsion company, received a S25 savings bond as author of "the best -WTitten technical paper in a contest sponsored by the San Bernardino section of the American Sodcty for Quality Control. The paper was entitled, "Factorial Designed Ex- perunents for Industrial Application." Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, July 12 (UPD- Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 72s 88s 113s 138s First grade 5.82 4.38 3.82 3.95 Trend: Lower. NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrus: California Valencias 5 cars, half boxes $3-37. You'U Fmd a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facts Classified Ads Vital Records DEATHS TRAIT — Died in Redlands, Calif., July 11, 1963, Mrs. Mary S. Trait, 114 Parkwood, aged 77 years, native of Scotland, and resident of Redlands for 5 mos. Deceased is survived by her children: David G. Trait, Bed- lands; James R. Trait, Warwick R.L; Mrs. William Carpenter, Warwick R.I.; Mrs. Morris Fish, Cranston R.L; Mrs. WilUam Sullivan, Warwick, B.I. also 6 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren and the following sisters: Chrissie Saundres, Glasglow Scotland and Carrie Smith, Glasgow, Scotland. Funeral services will be held in Warwick R.L Interment in New Pawtuxet Cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge of local arrangements. SADUSKY — Died in Riverside. California, July 10, 1963, Miss Lucy E. Sadusky, 325 Bond street, aged 61 years, native of Wisconsin and resident of Redlands for 5 years. Deceased is survived by h e aunts Katherine Pawlak, Mary Ihm, Pauline Kenjorski in the east and other relatives and friends. Prayer services will be held at 1:30 oclock Saturday afternoon at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor ot the St. Joseph the Worker church, officiating. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. ARMSTRONG - Died in Redlands CaUfomia, July 11, 1963, Mr. William M. Armstrong, 370 Hargrave street, Inglewood, aged 82 years, native of Scotland and resident of California for 35 years. Deceased is surviv-ed by his son James N. Armstrong of Inglewood and daughter Mrs. Helen A. Jodrey of Yucaipa and the following sister: Mrs. James Wood ot Los Angeles and two grandchildren, three great-grandchildren. Body forwarded to Los Angeles for the service and burial. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge of the local arrangements. HAAK.MA — Died in Artesia, Call Police hopeful of solving burglaries Redlands police were hopeful today that recent safe burglaries here mght be cleared by the arrest ot an ex-convict by Riverside and San Bernardino detectives. Riverside police said the suspect was still being questioned and declined to reveal any details. Meamvhile, two Redlands detectives travded to West Covina late this morning to join poUce there in an attonpt to apprehend a second suspect, llie local detectives reportedly were heavily armed when they left. Capt. Warren Elliott, head of the Redlands investigation division, said the suspects will be questioned in regard to last week's safe burglaries at the Oasis cocktail lounge and Harry and. IJoyd Oldsmobile Agency. They will also be interrogated about the Jim Glaze Lincohi - Mercury agency burglaiy flduch occnrred the same night as the Harry and Lloyd burglary. An estimated $1,275 was taken in the Oasis burglary, accordmg to police reports. Capt Elliott said that the suspect now in custody of Riverside and San Bernardino pdice was picked up ia the course of routine investigation. He said the suspect was in possession of a stolen sports car in which a cache of rifles, shotguns and pistols were found- Also found in the car was $1,000 in cash. fomia, July 10, 1963, Miss Jennie Haakma, 395 Tennessee St. Redlands, aged 77 years, native of the Netherlands and resident of Artesia for 5 years. Funeral services will be at II o'clock Saturday morning at the F. Arther Cortner Chapel, Rev. P. Van Tuinen, pastor ot the Trinity Christian Reformed church of Artesia officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park, F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. Quote of Day LONDON — Home Secretary Brooke, commentuig on the hostile treatment given Queen Elizabeth by demonstrators: "I was shocked and furious. This is the work ot a handful of Communists and anarchists. It's not a question of whether... It's when Trio feared lost PITTSBURGH (UPI)-A search for three teen-aged boys feared lost in the depths of the No. 2 shaft of the old Castle Shannon Coal Co. mine near here was "temporarily suspended" early today by Thomas MacDonald of the Pittsburgh office of the U.S. Bureau of Mines. "We have temporarily suspended the search until 2 p.m.," Jlac- Donald said. "If nothing is heard from the boys by that time we will attempt to press further into the mine." Meanwhile, Castle Shannon Police Chief Andrew Orr said a nationwide alert was out for Daniel O'Kane and Billy Burke, both 13, of nearby Baldwin Borough and Robert Abbott, 14. of Pittsburgh. Orr said authorities were checking the possibility that the youngsters, reported missing Thursday after their bicycles were discovered near the mine entrance, "may have struck out on their own." He said the Abbott boy had moved here recent ly from Florida. MacDonald said after the last rescue units surfaced eariy today that the searchers had "examined every inch that was humanly possible to examine." His later statement that the volunteers may press further into the mine this afternoon indicated the rescue teams could encounter physical dangers if they continue the search. Redlands Daily Facts Friday. July 12, 1963 - 5 to- i - - - Lt 'OP w pi r s1^'' ret x^i ' .• . FAUCET FOUNTAIN — David Snowden, a young visitor to last night's Mad Night sale, watches in disbelief as water pours from giant faucet suspended in air on State street. The magic spigot was displayed by Culligan Soft Water Service. (Daily Facts photo by Clifford J. Kenison) Miss Haakma dies at age of 77 Miss Jennie Haakma, for many years a resident of Redlands and for the last five years a resident of Artesia, died there Wednesday at the age of 77. She was a native of The Netherlands. Miss Haakma was a sister of Mrs. Sadie Vander Stelt, Mrs Clara Woodstra and Mrs. Jeanette Wagner, all of Redlands. She also leaves two other sisters, Mrs. Ida Eouw and Mrs. Rena Huizenga both of Zeeland, Mich. Funeral services will be conducted at II ajn. tomorrow at the F. Arthur Cortner chapel in Redlands. Rev. P. Van Tumen, pastor of Trinity Christian Reformed church of Artesia ot which Miss Haakma was a member, will of ficiate. Interment will be in Hill side Memorial Park. Reports progress in medicine BOSTON (UPI) — Officials at the Childrens Hospital Medical Center have discovered a curious way of determining whether a patient is getting better: Counting the "spitballs" on the walls and ceiling. Lawrence Levinson, manager of housekeeping, reported today that "this department finds the task of cleaning this material from the walls one to whidi it does not object We have found a direct relationship between the number of 'spitball's on the walls and the health of the patients in the room. "The more 'spitball's the better the patient is progressing." Supervisors to get salory increase San Bernardino County Supervisors — with the exception oJ the chairman — will get a $2,800 salary increase come September. As a result of a bill signed by Gov. Edmund G. Brown yesterday, members ot the Board will receive $10,000 per year instead of the $7,200 now in effect. The salary of the chairman was increased to $10,500 at a previous legislative session and was not changed by the new law. The measure, introduced by Sen. Eugene Nisbet ot Upland, was adopted in recognition of the Initial funds approved for SB state college A $3.31 million allotment for the initi.'d phases of construction and site acquisition of the new State College in San Bernardino was approved yesterday by the fmance committee of the State College Board of Trustees. This one-year amoimt was included in a package of Ove-year allotments to 18 state colleges totaling $327,981,750. The five-year allotment for San Bernardino was listed at $21.8 million for construction purposes. While the finance committee approved the one-year amount, it held off until September any consideration of the five-year program. Dr. John Pfau, president of the San Bernardino college, said he was pleased with the committee action although he expects there will be alterations when the entire Board of Trustees considers the allotment. fact that a Supervisor's job is no longer "part time" as it used to be. Grand Jury members wOI also get a raise in pay under the bill— from the present $2 per day to $5 per day. Auto - Home - Accident - lit* mSUBANGE Insun with tMurince. Have companies that handle aU your Insurance needs. AL. KEZENDES 127 Cajon St. Hedlands PY 2 -3 *t2 & PV 3-4132 WANTED Subscribers for Answering Service ATTENTION BROKERS - CONTRACTORS - ARCHITEaS - CPA'S INSURANCE AGENTS - AND OTHERS Are you a small businessman who would like to enjoy 100% fele- phone coverage while out of the office? If you are interested in joining others who need this service for a service fee of only $10 a month, further information may be obtained by stopping by the office at 11 North Fifth or — PHONE 793-2696

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