Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 7, 1965 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

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PARATROOPER BUILD-UP — Paratroopers and equipment are landed at Bien Hoo airfield in the build-up of U.S. forces in South Viet Nam. (NEA Radio-Telephoto) 7 * < FATEFUL SINKING—A half-centur/ ago, the greatest liner then afloat went to the bottom off the south coast of Ireland with a loss of 1,198 lives, 125 of them Americans. The sinking of Britain's Lusitania by a German submarine on May 7, 1915, horrified the world and was a major factor leading to United States entry into the World War I two years later. Debate continued for years after the war over German claims, and British denials, that the liner had been carrying munitions. Harris on FBI most wanted list of 10 WASHINGTON (UPI) — A 68- year-old patriarch of lawlessness, Charles Bryan Harris, today became the oldest person ever placed on the FBI's list of 10 most wanted criminals. Harris, a reputed member of the Shelton gang that operated three decades ago in Southern Illinois, is sought for the double murder of a former girl friend and a man who had testified against him in a previous murder trial. Their bodies were found on Aug. 16, 1964, in a burned-out buildmg at Fairfield, 111. Despite his age, Harris is described by the FBI as "ex­ tremely dangerous." He probably is heavily armed and has warned that he will shoot it out with any police who seelc to; arrest him. The wanted man has a criminal record dating back to 1927 when he was sent to prison for counterfeiting in Detroit. Subsequently, he became known as a gunman for the Shelton gang that terrorized the "Little Egypt" area of Illinois in the 1930s. NOTICE INVITING SEALED PKOroSALS (BIDS) FOR "Demolish Three Buildinf;s" NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN lhat the City Council at the Cit.v of Bed-] lands invites aU and will receive I sealed propohals IBidsl up to the hour of 10:00 a.m. on the 18th day of May, 1965 for Demolish and Remove Three Buildings. The City Council of the City of Ecdlands reserves Die right to reject any and all bids. Copies of tile contract documents are on file and may be examined in the office of the Director of Public Works. City Hall, City of Redlands. California. Said copies may be obtained by payment of a service charge of five dollars (S5.00J per set. Said service charge will be refunded only for those copies returned to the City as a bonafide bid for the work. Each proposal (bid) shall be made out or submitted on a form to be obtained at the otlice of the Director of Public Works and must be accompanied by a cashier's check, certified check, or a bidder's bond in an amount not less than ten per cent (10%) of the amount of the bid. made payable to the order of the City of Redlands, and each bidder proposal shall be sealed and filed with the City Clerk at or before the time in this Notice provided. The atjove-mentioned check or bond shall be given as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a contract with the City if awarded the work, and will be declared forfeited if the successful bidder refuses to enter into •aid contract. The successful bidder will be re^ quired to furnish a faithful perfor- manc3 bond in an amount equal to one hundred percent (loO':^,) of the contract price, said bond to be obtained from a surety company satisfactory to the City. All terms and conditions contained in the contract documents Including the Information to Bidders shall become a part of the contract. No bidder may withdraw his bid for a period of thirty (30) days after the time set for the opening thereof. BY ORDER OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF REDLANDS, SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY, CAU- lORNIA. Dated this 4th day of May. 1965. HAZEL M. SOPER. City Clerk. City of Redlands. San Bernardino County, California. your Deo/j'n' Men's Offering You ... Tremendous Savings on All 1964 and 1965 Factory Executive Cars And PLYMOUTH DEMONSTRATORS 1965 BARRACUDA DEMONSTRATOR Loaded with: 4-speed trans.. Commando V-8 engine, power brakes, tinted windshield, white walls, radio and heater. Heavy duty suspension package. Beautiful white with red interior wans, raaio ana «2895 ... All Have Approximately 40,000 Miles, Approximately 4 Years Remaining Warranty Several 1964 FACTORY EXECUTIVE CARS for You to Choose From ... GARVEY MOTORS PLYMOUTH • VALIANT — REDLANDS 415 ORANGE ST. Dial 793-2323 Death on fiight over Pacific Frightened stallion killed for safety of others SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) — A championship harness racing horse panicked aboard an air. liner 8 ,000 feet above the Pacific Thursday and almost leaped mto the cockpit before the flight engineer killed him with a fire ax. Despite tranquilizer shots, the New Zealand-bred stallion, one of the world's finest pacers, jumped half way out of his stall | a few feet from the pilot's cabin before he was hacked to death. Five men pinned down the kicking, thrashing animal which otherwise might have wrecked the plane in its frenzied death throes. There was no gun aboard the plane. The chartered cargo plane landed safely with its occupants bloodied, bruised and completely unnerved by the airborne battle with the terror- stricken horse. "It was a matter of the horse or all of us," said Donald ItfcNutt, the stallion's disconsolate trainer and one of the seven persons aboard the four engine DC4 propeller plane on the flight from Christchurch, N.Z., to Montreal, Canada. The six year old pacer, Vanderford, was one of six race horses aboard the plane. He and two others were pur- Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 7, 1965 - 9 HAPPY PEOPLE BRACKNELL, England (UPI) —Ever wondered why garbage collectors are usally cheerful men? The reason, says Bracknell's chief public health officer, Ralph Hebbron, is that "anyone who wasn't naturally cheerful could never stick to the job." chased and three were leased this month by John Newton of Toronto from the Auckland stables of William Barnes. Newton planned to race them next month at Roosevelt Raceway at Westbury, N.Y. Newton said Vandertord, who had been winning steadily at New Zealand and Australian race tracks, was worth "more than $70,000." Mother to be graduated LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Mrs. Carl Almquist Jr., a mother of three, will be graduated from the University of Southern CaU- fornia next month with Phi Beta Kappa honors in uiterna- tional relations. Mrs. Almquist began her studies 17 years ago as a "fun thing," she said. "When 1 started, it was just somethmg stimulating to do before my first child was bom," she explained. "Then I realized if I really kept at it without any gaps I could make it." m BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND Gold Tone's Lipstick Caddy PLUS FED. TAX Gold Tone** exquisite lipstick Caddy in antique gold. The ideal gift for Mother from Sage's Cosmetics. SO VERY, VERY FEMININE Guerlain Shalimar From the "Fashion Center of the World". Exquisite perfume. So delightful, so very, very feminine. PLUS FED. TAX A GIFT SHE WILL TREASURE Chanel #5 Gift Set $1000 PLUS FED. TAX The mosf treasured name in perfume. The gift she will treasure. Spray Cologne and Bath Powder. 4" v\J Ah Si. 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