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Local Notes For Engaged Girls Marriage Preparation course, YWCA, starting Sunday, 8-9:30 P.m. Contact YWCA by Friday for details. x Recreation and Club Work Man needed. Must have college training. 792-2280. Spring Dance, Sat., May 1 St. Mary's Catholic Church. To be held at American Portu- gese Hall in Mentone, 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. Music by Sal Vasquez Orchestra. x Rummage Sale 402 N. Church Corner Church and High. Religious Science Church, Apr. 30, Alay 1. Only 2 Days to Go ... hurry and receive big discounts on "65 Mercurys and Comets during our big trip to Switzerland contest. Jim Glaze Lincoln- Mercury Inc. x Truck Recovered A 1963 pickup truck stolen from the garage of Michael R. Emery, 12312 Thirteenth street, Yucaipa, was recovered in Redlands about 4:30 a.m. today on Central north of Citrus. Police said the windows were smashed and about $717 worth of tools and tile were missing from the truck bed. Once A Year' . Factory authorized sale. Wurlitzer pianos. $495. Includes bench and delivery. Holley & Jackson, Redlands Blvd. & New York St. x Rent A Piano Apply rent and cartage on purchase. Holley & Jackson, Redlands Blv'd. & New York St. The Hairdresser's 15 W. State St.. 793-2758. Lower prices, open evenings. No appointment necessary. x Draperies — Just For You I Norris Yardage & Draperies, 110 Orange St., Dial 793-3248. x Check Airport Fog Travelers using Los Angeles airport in the early morning are veil advised at present to check the •weather for flight delays. END OF AN ERA — The last Atlas F Intercontinental Ballistic Missile (ICBM) arrives for storage at a Norton Air Force Base hangar. The missile is surveyed by, from left. Gen. L. L. Mundell, commander of the Air Force Logistics Command ICBM deactivation task force; Gen. W. H. Reddell, Strate- gic Air Command deputy director of material, and Col. William L. Hamrick, task force deputy commander. The "bird," like its 200 companions, will be stored at Norton until it is needed for research or other use. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Norton becomes final home of early Atlas The last of America's first- generation intercontinental Ballistic Missiles (ICBM) was "put out to pasture" today in Norton Air Force Base ceremonies that resembled the end of the cavalry horse era. An Atlas F. missile, brought by truck from its site at Platts- aurgh, N.Y., was stored away at Norton with over 200 other early ICBMs already de-activated and transported from sites all over the nation. In the ceremonies, Maj. Gen. The huge Alias brought in today was carried some 3,200 miles on a trailer so long that it required two tillermen at the rear to steer the back wheels. The tillermen also had the job of monitoring the pressure of hydrogen gas inside the bird to make sure the cardboard-thin shell did not collapse in transit It was turned out to pasture to join the other missiles stored in more than 20 acres of hangar space near the base's airfield. The Air Force Logistics Com- L. Mundell, commander of mand's task force, directed lo- j—..•_._!!__ i..i. , -_ :J deputy commander :he deactivation task force, said the Atlas E and F and Titan im- coast, line, burning off by midmorning. Beat The Heat! Have your roof cooler serviced 797-6204. Missed Papers or window now, Call the , storage of out that these "birds" marks the end of U.S. dependence on ICBMs which have to undergo a relatively slow fueling process before they can be launched. The current U.S. ICBM Phone Redlands Daily Facts j arsenal consists of the TITAN circulation department before' n, j n which liquid fuel is stored 6:30 p.m. week days, or 2:30| a t all times, and the solid fuel p.m. Saturdays to report missed IMinuteman. The Atlas missiles stored in two hangars at Norton and the Titans kept at the former Mira Loma Air Station now will be used as research vehicles, tar- drones and for other non- the 36 states through which the the earlier birds had lo be i defense uses. 1 convoys traveled. I fueled first. papers and obtain delivery. Moon Funeral Mass of the Angels for Miss Elva A. Moon was held Wednesday at 9:00 a.m. at St. Mary's church. Rev. Richardo pastor, officiated. Pallbearers were: friends of the family. Bur-j ial was at Hillside Memorial! Park. Emmerson Remands Mor-i tuary in charge. j XEW YORK (upl) _ Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free; stock market drifted uncertain- Shop at Larry's Paint House, '* toda - v - . , , Winn Bide., Colton at Orange.! steels came back from their , We give S.&H. Green stamps! x!«' orst levcls and were mixed, i [General Motors was the only Week-end Sunning? I loser in the autos. Then check Winn's for Sun-tan! Du Pont and Eastman Kodak preparations, glamorous swim shaded in a generally soft chem- caps and sun-glasses. Winn's Drug Store, Cor. Colton & Orange Sts. S&H Green Stamps, Free Parking & Gift Wrapping.x cally Col. William L. Hamrick, completed the job of deactivation and transportation almost 30 days ahead of schedule. The task force's two-fold job is to preserve the deactiviated Atlas and Titans for future use and to dispose of the launch sites through sale or preparation for other Air Force or government use. During the past four months nearly 150 giant ICBMs were transported along the nation's highways. A total of 1,400,000 vehicle miles were traveled by the missile convoys in their roundtrip journeys to the missile sites and back to Norton. The specific routes were determined, for the most part, by agencies in The five major commercial carriers involved in transporting these missiles added up a travel record free of major accidents. At Norton AFB, San Bernardino Air Materiel Area personnel worked around-the-clock schedules to keep the specially built missile trailers in service, while other groups programmed missile removal and transportation, cataloged reusable support equipment and monitored general program progress. In addition, special storage facilities were prepared to receive the missiles. Following the ar rival of the former weapons they received inspections and were prepared for storage. These early liquid fueled missiles began operation in 1959 and successfully performed the role for which they were intended — (hey helped deter a general enemy attack on the United States. Modernization of the ballistic missile force has now pro gressed to the point where the first generation missiles can be retired as military weapons. The Titan II and Minuteman missiles now in use require far smaller crews and much less money to maintain and fire. In addition, they can be firec almost instantaneously, where as N.Y. stocks Anyone know what day .... i * * if is? We know the year! Jury picked in Arrowhead fraud case A jury of five man and seven women was impaneled yesterday in the trial of three Southern California men charged with plotting a S75.000 land fraud conspiracy at Lake Arrowhead. Testimony in the case was expected to begin either today or Monday following selection of two alternate jurors. The defendants in the criminal case are Anthony (Big Frank) Matranga, 52, of Riverside; Frank Samuel Graber, 56, and Herbert Louis Roberts, both of Los Angeles. They were indicted by the county Grand Jury more than a year ago on charges of filing forged quitclaim deeds to acquire title to 50 tax delinquent properties. Matranga recently gained notoriety when his name was linked to the much-publicized San Diego dinner that led to the resignations of two state liquor board members. ical group. IBM posted a small gain but Control Data, Honeywell and National Cash Register eased. Texas Instruments were firm. Dow Jones Stock Averages 30 ind 923.01 914.91 918.71 off 0.15 20 rrs 213.29 210.80 212.20 up 0.18 15 utl 162.66 161.24 162.00 up 0.0 65 stk 321.12 318.06 319.62 up 0.08 Sales today were 5.51 million shares compared with 5.68 million shares Wednesday. 1.i Most Active Stocks (Dow-Jones Service, Courtesy Lester, Ryons & Co.) 203 £. State lume Close Chng. 1,000 Pin Am. Sillpn. 36 6 i — 3 « i,300 Ford — fil'U -f ^ 110,100 Brunswick _ 10!i + 5« 82,100 Fan Am. Snlph. <wl) ._ IS'.j — 'i 61.900 Mohasco 20U -f *.'* 58,300 Royal Dctch 41Vi — •!» o7.:»IO Tex. Gulf Sulph. 63'« -f2',i 3r,,800 R.C.A — 33-ii — ?h 54,1100 Studebaker 47.900 Tbiokol 42,800 Gen. Motors 109 — »« 41,700 Del Webb _..- 6'i — ',« 41,300 Amer. T. & T. .._ GS'-i + >i 37.300 Crowell Collier _ 34?i 4- V- 36,900 Chrysler 53U uncb. Weather Xtalnfill Temp. 24 Sea- March 29 March 30 March 31 April 1 April 2 April 3 AprU 4 . IS . 80 . 56 .55 . 55 51 51 AprU 5 ^ 62 April 6 „.„.«. 60 April 7 59 April 8 54 April 9 54 AprU 10 51 April 11 52 April 26 __ ---- 92 April 27 ..l --- 92 April 28 -- 95 April 29 ..... ....... :. 95 41 43 47 46 46 46 42 46 39 46 46 39 46 41 35 42 39 41 43 48 47 52 53 53 50 49 54 56 57 55 56 59 Hours con .42 .94 .60 .04 °".07 .54 .69 .51 .12 .05 .03 8.37 10.23 10.28 10.31 Yucaipa prom to be May 15 in Redlands Yucaipa High school annual junior-senior prom will be held at Knox Hall in Redlands on Saturday, May 15, from 8 to 12 p.m. "Champs Ely sees" is the theme chosen for the prom, with the music for dancing to be furnished by The Torquays. C. J. Catalano, class presi dent, is general chairman of the prom committee and is being assisted by Pat Chambers, dec orations; Steve Evanko, refreshments; Sandi Depwe, tables; Phyllis Barnett, invitations; Bill Solberg, publicity, and Dale Stout, clean-up. Mrs. Patricia Grove is faculty adivsor for the prom. Dresser services GLENDALE, Calif. (UPI) — Funeral services were scheduled in Forest Lawn Memorial Park this afternoon for actress Louise Dresser, who achieved fame in Vaudeville, on Broadway and in the movies. Miss Dresser, 86, died Satur : day. It couldn't happen. But it did! In less than a week the Daily Facts composing room has been invaded by Gremlins. These elusive and unwanted visitors have caused the paper to come out with some copies bearing an incorrect dateline on page 1. Fortunately the other page dates have been correct. Saturday, in case you failed to notice it, was dated Friday. Monday a thorough cleansing of the Gremlins was undertaken. "A mistake in the Page One dateline hasn't happened since 1943 when we let one through that dated the issue as 1843," said an oldtimer. "I guess these things come up about every 20 years." Little did he know that it could and would happen again so soon — three issues later. When the staff discovered midway through the press run that Wednesday had a Saturday, May 1 dateline on Page One they couldn't believe their eyes. It just couldn't happen. "Let's get a new system of checking this," said a cry of consternated Facts staffers. And so one was put in effect —guaranteed foolproof for another 20 years. We hope. Friday rosary to be held for Mrs. Garcia Rosary services will be held Friday evening for Mrs. Guadalupe S. Garcia of Redlands who died Wednesday. She was 77. Mrs. Garcia, a native of Mexico, had resided here for 37 years. She was a member of Our Lady of Victory Society of St. Mary's Church. She leaves her husband, Felix Garcia, and two daughters, Mrs. Lupe Marmolejo of Redlands and Mrs. Carmen Ruiz of Los Angeles. Other family survivors include a sister, Mrs. Antonia Alvarez of Mexico, six grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Rosary services will be conducted at 7:30 p.m. from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass will be celebrated Saturday at 10 a.m. at St. Mary's Church with Rev. Ricardo Meza officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Seattle man overturns on local freeway A 71-year-old Seatle man narrowly escaped injury today when a camper truck and the mobile home it was towing, iack-knifed, causing the truck to overturn on the Redlands Freeway west of Yucaipa boulevard, Oliver E. Ball told highway patrolmen he was traveling downgrade just west of Yu caipa boulevard about 11:30 a.m. when his camper truck began weaving for no apparent reason. He said the truck overturned as he tried to steer the vehicle to the side of the freeway. Ball was shaken Op, but otherwise unhurt. The 30-foot mobile home being towed by the truck remained upright, but furniture in it slid toward the front end causing moderate damage inside. Mrs. Mary Archer, Ball's daughter, said she witnessed the accident through the rear-view mirror of her car, which was about 200 feet ahead of the westbound camper truck. Mrs. Archer said she and her father were on their way from Brawley to her home in Susanville when the mishap took place. The camper truck also sustained moderate damage and had to be towed away. Vital Records BIRTHS FABANS — Born, a son, to Mr and Mrs. Robert Fabans, 205-A Kaye Court, April 28, 1965, at Redlands Community hospital MATELJAN—Born, a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Nick Matel- Jan. 328 East Cypress avenue, April 28. 1965. at Redlands Community hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED GRAHAM-BEJMA — Michael L. Graham. 24, Batayla, Tenn.: and Patricia A. Bejma, 20, Menlonc. Child burned seriously by scalding water A 2V2-year-old Redlands chile was seriously burned yesterday by scalding hot water when she turned on a faucet while playing in a babysitter's home, police reported. The injured youngster, Dawn Louise Van Slyke, daughter o Carol Van Slyke of 741 E Brockton, was rushed to a medi cal clinic by her mother for treatment of second and thirc degree burns on her right hand Police said the accident oc curred about 1:15 p.m. at a babysitter's home at 921 Bar bara lane. A police squad ca escorted the mother and daugh ter to the clinic. Glasscock dies at age 87 Wilmer Newton Glasscock San Bernardino businessma and civic leader and onetim mayor of Rialto, died yesterda at the age of 87. Mr. Glasscock, a native o Kansas, came to Rialto in 190 to raise oranges and was mayo of that city at one time. From 1911 to 1957, when h retired, he was chairman and president of the board of the Pioneer Title Insurance, now- known as Title Insurance and Trust in San Bernardino. He was the first secretary jand one of the founders of the Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., April 29,1965 - 7 FINALISTS - Kathy Ide and Allan L. McCall have been selected from Redlands High school to participate in the "Americans Abroad" program if homes can be found for them. Kathy Ide, Allan McCall named finalists by AfS Kathy Ide and Allan L. McCall were revealed as finalists 'rom Redlands High school in he American Abroad Program at the Monthly meeting of the Adult Committee of the American Field Service in the RHS ibrary. Placement of these two jun- ors will now depend upon the ocation of placement homes with families of similar interests, according to Miss Beverly Lammey, Chapter president. Kathy has applied for the school programs which calls for an entire year in some foreign country, while Allan, now in the middle of election campaign for student body president at RHS, would like to participate in the summer program lasting 6-8 weeks in a foreign country. Miss Ide is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ide, 835 W. Sunset drive, and young McCall, is the son of Dr. and Mrs. Allan McCall of 202 W. Palm avenue. Tom Reeder elected VC student body president Tom Reeder of Redlands was elected 1965-66 Associated Student Body president at San Bernardino Valley College in campus balloting this week, it was announced today. Another Redlander, Susan Chesus, was elected to serve as Commissioner of Assemblies and Rallies. Reeder defeated Richard Row- ; ; land of Colton in the two-day election which ended Wednesday. He will assume office in are 1964 graduates of Redlands September. Both Reeder and Miss Chesus are 1964 graduates of Redlands High school. Reeder served as a RHS senior class representative and was elected a city councilman for last year's Civic Day. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Reeder, 430 Alvarado. Miss Chesus is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank 0. Chesus, 311 Summitt avenue. Reeder is the first Redlands student in several years to be elected Valley College student TOM REEDER president. Other officers elected were MACAULEY-CORSI - Douglas San Bernardino Board of Real- _ _ . . . nrc »mrl ti'oc nno nf (ho linrt Peggy Dow of San Bernardino, tudent body vice president; Linda McNeill of Colton, secre- ary; and Jan Lugo of San Berardino, commissioner of pub- icity. Aptheker political views already known in print J. Macauley, 19, Redlands; and Sandra G. Corsi, 17, Santa Maria. DEATHS GARCIA — Died in Redlands, Calif., April 28, 1965, Mrs. Guadalupe S. Garcia, 402 High street, aged 77 years, native of Mexico, and resident of Redlands for 37 years. Rosary services will be held Friday evening at 7:30 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from St. Mary's church, vith Rev. Ricardo Meza officiating. Interment will be in Hill- iide Memorial Park. tors and was one of the land developers of downtown San Bernardino. Survivors include his widow, Ethel Musgrove Glasscock, and a son Richard James of San Bernardino. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Saturday at Stephens and Bobbitt Mortuary Chapel. Fhe political coloration of Bettina Aptheker who spoke at San Bernardino last evening, under auspices of the American Civil Liberties Union, was the subject of immediate questions from the audience. This information was already available in many printed sources. Among them is the detailed article in the March 13 issue of the New Yorker Magazine about the Free Speech Movement at Berkeley. Calvin Trillin wrote: ' had a talk with Bettina Aptheker, a member of the F.S.M. Steering Committee, who was wearing a "Sack HUAC" (House Un-American Activities Committee) button on one side of her collar and a DuBois Club button on the other. As a representative of the DuBois Club—whose members ordinarily acknowledge that it is Communist, though they prefer to use the word 'Marxist,' in order to avoid giving the im pression that it is under Communist Party discipline—and as the daughter of Herbert Aptheker, a Communist historian, Miss Aptheker was occasionally cited by local newspapers during the dispute as proof that Communists were fanning the flames of revolt, but it is generally agreed on the campus that she was in fact a moderating influence on the Steering Commitee." Further along in his article Trillin remarks: "At Berkeley, where a number of the sudents are the children of Communists —they are ofen called 'red-diaper babies' — a conversation about a member of the DuBois Club sometimes sounds like the sort of conversation that is held at other state universities about people who felt compelled to join Sigma Chi because of a family tradition." While carefully placing Miss Aptheker in the Free Speech Movement, the New Yorker article says that no old line ideology—including Communism — sets the tone of student radicalism at Berkeley. Rather, a •New Radicalis m" has emerged. The members tend to admire the style of Fidel Castro but "regard allegiance to any specific alternative to American society as Utopian, divisive and immobilizing." Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Apr. 29 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sis 72s 88s first grade 3.32 3.53 3.81 Second grade....2.34 2.50 2.53 113s 138s Fidst grade 3.72 3.52 Second grade 2.73 2.68 Trend: Slightly lower. Mrs. Edgell service held this morning Funeral services were con ducted this morning in San Ber nardino for Mrs. Vinnie Floy Edgell, 80, 2775 Mill Creek Can yon road, Mentone, who diec in San Bernardino Monday. Mrs. Edgell had lived in Men tone for three years. She was the mother of Mrs. Angus Emeline Moor and grandmother o£ Rhoda Floy Moor, both o Mentone. She had lived in Call fornia for 25 years and was a native of Milton, Ohio. Burial was in Mt. View Ceme and other radicals of the thirties tery, San Bernardino. RHS soph class to order rings Class rings for sophomores of Redlands High school will be ordered Friday, April 30, it was announced today by student chairman, Ann Sherrod. The 1967 class ring orders will be taken in the high school quad during both lunch periods. A deposit of $5.00 is required with all checks to be made payable to Roy C. Brown. Special designs were selected by the members of the RHS class of 1967 for boys and girls type. Delivery on rings is expected early next fall. Ed Iverson is the faculty advisor for the project. Announcement of Services DYESS, Lee Randolph 2:00 p.m. Today Redlands Chapel BOND, Brose H. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. GUADALUPE S. GARCIA Rosary services 7:30 p.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass at 10 a.m., Saturday, at St. Mary's Catholic Church. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. • PY 2-1411 Lock your windows WARLEY, England (UPI) — A raider broke into a home here Wednesday night, stole nothing, but left a note pinned to the back door reminding the occupants to be more careful in future and leave their windows locked. Want to Save a Bundle? Try one of these LOCAL USED COMPACTS '63 SKYLARK SPORT COUPE Automatic, power steering, traded on a Buick Skylark '63 MONZA CLUB COUPE Automatic, radio, heater, vinyl bucket seats, traded on a Buick Special '61 FALCON 2 DR. SEDAN Stick shift, radio, heater, traded on a Buick Special BUICK SPECIAL 4 DR. Automatic, radio, heater, traded on a Buick Skylark MONZA CLUB COUPE Automatic, radio, heater, white with red vinyl bucket seats '61 '61 '60 FALCON 4 DOOR Automatic, original, interior clean as new, traded on a Buick Skylark REMEMBER . . . ONLY BUICK TRADE-INS ARE / / DOUBLE-CHECKED USED CARS! BERT S.HATFI ELD THE BIG BUICK CORNER East Redlands Blvd. From 7th to 8th Phone 793-3238

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