Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1965 · Page 7
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Redlands, California
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Friday, April 30, 1965
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Local Notes Rent A Piano Apply rent and cartage on purchase. Holley & Jackson, Redlands Blv'd. & New York St. Yyeaipa School Bends The County Board of Supervisors will receive bids Monday on $650,000 worth of Yucaipa Joint Unified School District bonds which will be sold to finance a second phase of construction at the new high school campus. One* A Year Factory authorized sale. Wurlitzer pianos. $495. Includes bench and delivery. Holley & Jackson, Redlands Blvd. & New York St. x Only 1 Day 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 Story Hour Tomorrow Mrs. Charles Hain will tell the stories "Why? Because", "Ce cily G. and the Nine Monkies' and "Buzzy Bear Goes Camping" during the story hour for children tomorrow from 11 to 11:30 in the Lyon whig of Smiley library. Open Friday Nights beginning May 7. Closed Mon day nights. Clifford Farrar Jeweler, 7 No. 5th St. 5 Essick Cooler Pads Free delivery, day or evening call 794-1130. Essick Roof coolers — your best buy in home cooling — by far. Ed Sampson Heating i Cooling, 1338 Wabash. x The Hairdresser's 15 W. State St., 793-2758. Lower prices, open evenings. No appointment necessary. x Beat The Heat! Have your roof or window cooler serviced now. Call 797-6204. x Missed Papers Phone Redlands Daily Facts circulation department before 6:30 p.m. week days, or 2:30 p.m. Saturdays to report missed papers and obtain delivery. Spray Guns For Rent Redlands Paint, 102 W. State. x Last Chance . . . to register for the free RCA Color TV at Garvey Motors, 415 Orange. Drawing will be held Saturday May 1. x Elko Night Elks lodge. Dinner 6:30. Game time 8:00 p.m. x Mother's Day is Coming I Yes. Mother's Day will be here May 9th. Surprise her with a lovely La-Z-Boy Reclina- Rocker Chair. Home Furniture Co., 515 Orange. x Dyess Funeral Funeral services for Lee Randolph Dyess were held Thursday at 2:00 p.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel. Mr. T. J. Walling and Mr. Troy Cum mings, officiated. Pallbearers were: Rodney P. Hall, John P. Thomas, Bob Wood, Phil Janeway, Ronald J. Covey, Richard M. Peck. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary hi charge. Mrs. Alice King killed in crash near Ventura A Redlands woman, sought as missing person for the past hree weeks, was killed last ilonday in a Ventura area trafe ic accident, it was learned to- iay. Redlands police said the woman, Alice R. King, 23, of 945 W. Brockton, apparently left he city on February 8 by. auto. On April 4, her estranged husband, Carl King, 914 Ohio street, reported her missing. Police cancelled the missing person report yesterday after earning by teletype that Mrs. ting had been killed early Monday morning when the car in which she was a passenger struck a telephone pole in the Ventura area. It was later learned that Mrs. King had been staying with her mother, Mrs. Esther Erickton, n Ventura. DEATH CAR — Mary F. Childs, 74, of Redlands, was fatally injured yesterday when this car, driven by her husband, was involved in a collision with another auto at Eureka street and Home Place. The Childs' car rammed into a tree after the collision. Mrs. Childs died at Community Hospital 35 minutes after the crash. (Facts photo by Clifford 1. Kenison) Mrs. Mary Childs dies in traffic accident Mary Florence Childs, 74, of Redlands, was fatally injured about 5 p.m. yesterday in a two-car collision at Eureka street and Home place, police reported. Officers said Mrs. Childs, a passenger in a car driven by her husband, Frank M. Childs, 73, of 1323 Sylvan boulevard, died from multiple head and chest injuries about 35 minutes , later at Community Hospital. | According to police, Childs' ar was traveling north on Eu- Youth unhurt when his car overturns A teen-age Redlands youth escaped with minor injury early today when his auto went out of control and overturned on Garden street near South avenue, police reported. Stanley W. Bennett, 18, of 1509 W. Olive, told police he was northbound on Garden about 1:10 a.m. when he applied the car's brakes thinking he was ap preaching a curve. The vehicle skidded out of control and overturned, police said. Bennett received a cut on bis finger, but was otherwise unhurt. 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. MRS. MARY FLORENCE CHILDS Services 2 p.m., Monday, at the First Congregational Church, corner of W. Olive • and Cajon street. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVL • PY 2-1411 Childs' auto traveled about 60 feet after the collision, coming to rest against a tree. Childs was treated for a lacerated arm, but Mrs. Hoffman and three other passengers in Childs' car escaped injury. Mrs. Childs, a native of Newark, Ohio, and resident of Redlands 16 years, was very active in the First Congregational church and has been president of the Women's association. She was a member of the Contemporary Club and the Current eka when it was involved in a Events Club, in which she was ollision with an auto driven by!recently elected president, and Mellie Lee Hoffman, 40, of i the DAR. joma Linda, which was iound on Home place. west- In addition to her husband, she is survived by three sons, Herbert C. Childs of Fairfield, Conn.. Richard F. Childs of Tucson, Ariz, and George C. Childs of Taylor, Mich.; daughter, Mrs. Malcolm Ypung of Muskegon, Mich.; two sisters, Miss Bertha Crilly of Newark, Ohio, and Mrs. Maude Danner of Arlington, Va.; 16 grandchildren and two great grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Monday at the First Congregational church, corner of W. Olive and Cajon, F. Arthur Cortner chapel in charge. The pastor, Rev. Harry G. Suttner, will officiate. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Counselors take part in study of job openings Counselors districts are from five schoo attending a two day job opportunity program sponsored by the American In stitute of Aeronautics and As tronautics, Arrowhead Section. The program, which began to day, is designed to give counse lors a sharper insight into op portunities in neighboring aero space industries, according to Allan Gartenberg, education chairman for AIAA section. More than 30 counselors from high schools and junior hig schools in Redlands, San Ber nardino, Riverside, Yucaipa an Corona school districts are tak ing part in the program. The group will visit Lockheed Propulsion Company, Redlands; Aerospace corporation, San Bernardino; Rohr Aircraft, Riverside; and Wyle Laboratories, torona, during the event. Rediancfs Daily Facts Friday, April 30,1965 - 7 Fast-changing weather keeps folks guessing The fast-changing weather had many a Redlander guessing today. "What shall I wear?" was a fair question in many a home. The weather was so hot yesterday afternoon that the Redlands Fire Department raced to what was reported as an automobile fire. There was na fire. The overheated car was merely sending up a cloud of steam from the radiator. This morning, the Redlands area was air conditioned by a fog blanket. At 7:15 a.m. it was spread from Loma Linda to Rediands. However, the sun soon started burning through. At the coast the moist air that yesterday formed fog over the Los Angeles Airport lifted about 1,200 feet and was stratus clouds this morn ing. Vital Records BIRTHS OTTMANN — Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ottmann, 12468 Oak Glen road, Yucaipa, April 30, 1965, at Redlands Community hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED GRAHAM-BEJMA — Michael L. Graham, 24, Batavia, N.Y.; and Patricia A. Bejma, 20, Mentone. DEATHS BOND — Died in Redlands, Calif., April 29, 1965, Brose H. Bond, 13061 caipa, aged 2nd avenue, Yu- 78 years, native A HAPPY ENDING-Police Officer Carlos Herrera leads five- year-old Judy Cardoza by the hand after she was found safe and sound at the climax to a citywide search. The youngster, who was reported as a possible kidnaping victim after her disappearance, was located at a friend'* home where she had gone to play.without telling her mother. (Facts photo) Search for five-year-ofd finally has happy ending CHOICE EXAMPLES - of the work of 4-H Club boys and girls will be exemplified at the San Bernardino County 4-H Field Day to be held tomorrow. May 1, in Apple Valley. Sherry Robbins, member of the Green Valley 4-H Club of Yucaipa will be competing in the small animal division with her demonstration on judging rabbits. Service set for Alan Bunce NEW YORK (UPI)—A memorial service is scheduled Sunday in Riverside church for actor Alan Bunce, 61, who died here Tuesday. Bunce, who appeared in some 35 broad way plays, laps best known was for per- his portrayal of Albert in the radio and 'television show "Ethel and Albert." He appeared in the long-running broadway hit comedy 'Mary, Mary" last year and in 1960 portrayed Gov. Alfred E. Smith in another broadway hit 'Sunrise at Campobello." Approximately 100 parents of University of Redlands students will be attending a special coun- selling conference this afternoon n the University commons. The meeting represents t h e culmination of 10 area parents meetings held during the current semester throughout Southern California and in Scottsdale, Ariz. The continuing program is an effort to explore concerns felt by parents and to afford the University an opportunity to explain its programs and objec- ,ives to the families of its students, explained President George H. Armacost. In preparation for tonight's meeting, questionnaires were sent to parents- in the Redlands, Announcement of Services BOND, Brose H. Friends may call at the Chapel in Yucaipa from 4:00 p.m. today till Noon Saturday Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Parents of UR students attend counsel session Riverside and San areas asking them Bernardino to express he concerns they feel and the questions they want answered, 'rom this base, the conference vill open with an unstructured discussion period between administration, faculty, parents and student leaders. Following a buffet dinner In he Casa Loma Room, the par ents will hear a brief report rom President Armacost. Earlier parents area meetings were held in Claremont, Ven ura, La Jolla, Long Beach West Covina, Visalia, Los An geles, Burbank and Studio City n addition to Scottsdale. The meetings are requestei and arranged by a Parents Council^ which coordinates van ous parents activities. Weather ItalniaU Temp. 24 Sen- Hours 58 47 .31 46 .42 .94 .60 .04 ~.07 .54 .69 .51 .12 .05 .03 son 5.50 6.30 6.72 7.66 8.26 8.91 10.11 10.23 AprU 30 -.. of Indiana, and resident of Yucaipa for 6 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Chloie K. Bond, Yucaipa, the following children: Eugene Trippeer, Munster, Indiana; Mrs. Vivian Wehr, Hammond, Ind.; three brothers and one sister, 6 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren also sur- ive. Funeral services will be held Hammond, Indiana. Emmer- on Yucaipa Mortuary in harge. HILDS — Died in Redlands, California April 29, 1965, Mrs. Mary Florence Childs, 1323 Sylvan Blvd., aged 74 years, native of Newark, Ohio, and resident of Redlands for 16 years. Funeral services- will be held flonday afternoon at 2 o'clock rom the First Congregational hurch. Rev. Harry G. Suttner, fficiating. Interment in Hill ide Memorial Park cemetery. Inquest set in mental patient death A coroner's inquest was to b held at 2 p.m. today in con nection with the death of a 32 year-old mental patient whose body was brought to County Hospital Wednesday in a rented trailer. Coroner Edward P. Doyle said the probe into the death of Walter Donnely, a patient on leave from Stockton State Hospital, will be conducted at Tillie's Mortuary in San Bernardino. Meanwhile, W. C. Wysinger of Muscoy .remained in County Jail where he was booked for investigation of murder after bringing Donnely's body to the hospital in a trailer. Wysinger and a woman, identified as Jannie Lee Johnson, 33, asked physicians at the ospital to treat a presumably jured man. Doctors examined onnely and pronounced him ead. Camp Angelus annexation again approved The Redlands school boar this week expressed its approv al of annexing the Camp An gelus portion of the Bear ley school district to the Rec lands Unified district. The trustees voiced their ap proval to Education hearing on the issue set May 13 in Los Angeles. The area under consideratio is a smaller portion of a sectio which was the subject of ai unsuccessful annexation attem] a year ago. Some High school childre from the area already atten Redlands High School under a ZZ !!Z inter district agreemen the state Board as a prelude to Rape suspect faces hearing on sanity Duwayne Schmidt, 22, of Riv erside, charged with attempted murder in an assault last Sun lay on a young girl near Big Jear, faces a sanity hearin; Monday in Superior Court. The former Camarillo S t a t Hospital mental patient was ar raigned yesterday in San Ber nardino Municipal Court on ai amended complaint chargin; lim with attempted murder an lewd conduct with a child. His alleged nine-year-old vie ;im remained in serious cond :ion yesterday in the intensiv care ward at Community Hos pital. Doctors said the girl, re portedly still not fully conscious was suffering from multipl body injuries and shock. Her attacker • tossed the gir in a creek near Moonridge, lea 1 ing her for dead. Sheriff's in vestigators found the nude chil face up in the creek. Younger students attend a room school at Camp Angelu Annexation requires the ap proval of the Redlands and Bea Valley school trustees and th state board of education as well as the residents of the Cam Angelus area. Ontiveros held ho answer in stabbing case A 29-year-old Redlands man •as bound over to Superior ourt today on a charge of at empted murder following a reliminary hearing in Red ands Justice Court. The suspect, Ernest Ontiveros 10 E. High avenue, was held answer by Justice Cour udge Ben Alexander in con ection with the beating and tabbing of Manuel Martinez 7, of 323V4 E. Stuart street las .pril 11. Police said Martinez is recov ring from serious injuries al egedly inflicted by Ontiveros in he wake of an argument be ween the two men. Ontiveros, who is hi custod in lieu of $5,600 bail, is schec uled to be arraigned in Super or Court on May 7. Little Judy Cardoza skipped gaily out of her kindergarten class at the Franklin school yesterday and seemingly vanished. Her disappearance, which ended on a happy note almost five hours later, touched off an intensive search throughout the city's northside involving virtual-i every police officer in Red- nds. The five-year-old child's other, Mrs. Paul P. Cardoza 1502 N. Church street, re- orted her missing about 12:26 m. Mrs. Cardoza said she was bout 10 minutes late in arriv g at the school to pick up her aughter, whose class is norm- Uy dismissed at 11:30 a.m. When she failed to locate the rl, she notified police, who unched a widespread search. At one point, the child was sted as a possible kidnaping ctim after another Franklin hool student told police she ad seen Judy enter a man's ar near the school in tears. The search, hi which radio- quipped city vehicles and axicabs participated, ended rout 4:30 p.m. when the child as located by her mother at he home of a classmate where he had gone to play. According to police, Judy left he school grounds with Gloria ntiveros, also 5, and went to he Ontiveros home where she old Mrs. Ontiveros she had her ing for her daughter. Police said Mrs. Ontiveros then drove to San Bernardino with the two girls. Judy's mother found her daughter safe at the Ontiveros home about two hours later and the search was called off. mother's permission to play •ith Gloria. When Mrs. Ontiveros drove by le Cardoza home to drop Judy ff, she was unable to locate Irs. Cardoza who was out look Imsand dies in crash of motorcycle Fred C. Imsand, 17, of Sa Bernardino, was fatally injure about 9:25 p.m. last night whe his lightweight motorcycle co ided with a car at Tippecano and Benedict road, the Cal •ornia Highway Patrol reporter Officers said Imsand died a County Hospital about 12:45 a.m ;oday from injuries received i ;he collision with a car drive ay Alvin D. Adams, 18, of San Bernardino. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, April 30 (UFD Eggs: prices to retailers f.o.b. to di tributor plants (deUvered Hi cen higher): AA extra large 38Vj-40? A extra large 37V-.-39V2, AA lar 307S-34'/i, A large 28'/i-29Va, B lar 24 1 A-25 1 / 2 , AA medium 26y 3 -29'A, medium 25'/4-25V3, AA wnall 19< 22'A. A small 17"/z-18'A. Prices to consumers: AA lai 31-53, A large 37-47, AA mediu 37-47, A medium 36-44, AA sm 35-41, A small 33-37. Poultry: Fryers 17-19, roasters 2 25, egg type hens delivered 4-! wtd. avg. 4.87, at ranch 2V4-4'A w avg. 3.73; turkeys: young hens ycung toms under 30 Ibs. 21, fry roasters 21V4. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stock market barometers posted small •ains today although the lis vas generally lower. Steels were dull and easier Motors were inclined to be soft Chemicals provided most of the trength in the averages. Pan American Sulphur recov :red a large part of its early oss of more than 3. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chng 10 kid 925.42 915.36 922.31 up 3.6 20 rrs 213.54 211.33 212.63 up 4.4 15 Utl 162.61160.88 161.76 off 0.2 65 stk 321.67 318.23 320.40 up 0.7 Sales today were 5.19 millio shares compared with 5.51 mi lion shares Thursday. 13 Most Active Stacks (Dow-Jones Service, Courtesy Lester. Byons & Co.) 205 E. State Volume Close Cbn 1»3,200 Pan Am. Sulph. - .35!i —1' GS.IiOO West. Union - 45 +13 07,800 Fan Am. Sulph. <wl) "« —1 68,500 Tex. Gulf Sulph. 651s +1 64,200 Int'l. Paper 34'!» +1 59,300 General Time 15iS + f 55.COO B.C.A. ... 34^4 + * 53,900 Ford _ 6114 — '' 53,600 Bnlova Watch _ 23l» + i 43,000 Union Carbide —ISZH +I 1 38,300 Occid. Pek. 281» +1 36,700 Admiral Corp. — 2S94 — 35,900 Amer. T. & T 6814 — 35,100 Frnehauf 34 + 29,700 Chrysler 6314 nno About People Lee Larsen has returned his home at 624 Harding driv following a seven weeks' ho pitalization from severe burn he received hi an accident, is able to have visitors, and up part of each day. SPECIAL For MAY AMERICA'S LEADING WRITING PAPER \v by MONTAG 90 Sheets in Open Stock Reg. 85$ 1 Lip Letter Reg. 1.00 1 Pkg. Envelopes Re;. 45C NOW 69* 80* 35* You Saw it in VOGUE FREE PARKINS AT REAR OF STORE 208 E. State Redlands

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