Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 8, 1965 · Page 5
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Local Notes Forgotten Mother's Day?? It's Sunday, May 9th! And . . . Winn's has delightful gifts of aU kinds (including the world's finest fragrances Chanel etc.) and Russell Stover & Whitman candies also Fabulous Cards! We Custom Gift Wrap Free, we have free parking and S & H Green Stamps (do give these to Mother) Winn's Drug Store, corner of Colton and Orange. x Appliances Looted Police are investigating the theft of an electric range and a washing machine valued at a total of $264 from an unlocked apartment under construction at 131 Carrie lane. Owner of the building was listed as Byron and Clark Corp. of Kedlands. Post 106 Dance Legion Clubhouse, tonight, 9 io 1. Music by Chet Jaeger and his Night Blooming Jasmines. Tickets at door, $2 each. x Graduates—enroll now for class starting June 22nd. Phone 973-2275 for additional information. Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology, 410 Orange St. x World War I Veterans Redlands Barracks, Veterans of World War I. and its Auxiliary will meet Monday at 7:30 p.m., the Barracks in the school board room, 25 West Lugonia avenue, and the Auxiliary in Lu­ gonia hall. Sixth and Lugonia. All will join after the meetings for a social hour and refreshments. World War I veterans, their wives and veterans' widows, are all invited. Lost — White Female Cat short hair, green eyes, spayed. Liberal reward. Phone 792-7165 or 792-6410. X Pacific Ballet Theatre May 16, 2:15 p.m. Clock Audi- lorium. "Nutcracker", "Sleeping Beauty", etc. Tickets at Harris Co. X Open 12 Noon Sundays Chicken DeUght, Phone 793-2285. 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 l).m. Saturdays to report missed papers and obtain delivery. Hartshorn Service Graveside services for Mrs. Inez R. Hartshorn were held at 2:30 p.m. Friday at Hillside Memorial Park, with Rev. Philip Collin officiating. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel was in charge. Burkhart Funeral Funeral services for Howard Leroy Burkhart were held Friday at 10 a.m. from Emnier- son's Redlands Chapel. Mr. T. J. Walling, pastor of the Downey Church of Christ, officiated. Pallbearers were: Tim C. Farmer, Cecil Dunilhan, M. G. Campbell, Bud Welch, Terry Ilezzenberger and Chris Sauce do. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park. Emmcrson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Students answer call or citrus labor help Weather The Redlands citrus industry labor crisis was lessened slightly today following reports that some high school and college students in the area were responding to an S.O.S. sent out by growers for farm workers. In addition to the student pickers, entire families of "outside locals" from as far away as Los Angeles reportedly were converging on the Redlands area in response to newspaper appeals for workers to harvest navel and Valencia oranges and grapefruit. "We can still use more help," said Ralph Garcia, a clerk at the Cone labor camp. Garcia said that about five area college students and nine high school students seeking weekend jobs showed up at the camp this morning on referrals from the State Farm Labor Office in San Bernardino. The current labor shortage yesterday prompted the labor office to seek weekend help from students at the University of Redlands and San Bernardino Valley College. The departure yesterday of 37 more migrant farm workers caused the local labor situation to worsen. They left the Cone camp indicating they were heading north to take other jobs. BiU Brunton, manager of the Gold Banner House, said today that a number of growers have been contacted by students in the area interested in weekend picking jobs. Brunton said that students, working for a guaranteed $1.25 hourly wage, can earn up to $10 a day if they are diligent. According to Nadine Williams, director of placement at the University of Redlands, a response to an "Orange Pickers Needed" plea in the UR Daily Bulletin yesterday was "not good." She said there were only two inquiries from students. The placement director believes most students are busy working on term papers and other end of-the-semester projects and are not interested in picking oranges. Brunton said yesterday that there is "an excellent foreign export market for Valencia oranges and grapefruit, but we can't fill the heavy orders. It's really hurting us." Where do you live, Mike? or there .. • 3 Little Michael Stivers, age 3, of Highland, is a tough little nut to crack, as far as Redlands police are concerned. Officers picked up Michael in the 1300 block of Washington street after a resident reported seeing him wandering along the street. Asked fay an officer where he lived, Michael pointf.d to house after house, which when checked by police were found not to be the boy's home at all. At police headquarters, candy, gum and other methods of bribery were attempted in an effort to learn not only the boy's address, but his name, too. Michael wasn't talking, how­ ever, and polict were stuck with him for almost four hours until a woman telephoned and cleared the whole thing up. It seems Michael, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stivers of Highland, was in the care of a 14-year-old babysitter in Redlands when he decided to go for an afternoon stroll. The boy was returned to his parents after he was identified by the woman caller. VAMP'S CAR HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — The 1936 Rolls-Royce used in "In side Daisy Clover" was once owned by oldtime movie vamp Theda Bara. GARAGE DESTROYED — Redlands firemen put out the dying embers of a fire which destroyed a two-car garage aijouf 7:30 o.m. today in an oiley at the rear of Ethel Goffs home at 821 Columbia street. Cause of the blaze, which caused a $500 loss, was undertermined. (Facts photo by Herb Posik) Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, May 8, 1965 -5 Stuart Oakes new Yucaipa ASB president Stuart Oakes, a junior at Yucaipa High school, was elected student body president yesterday in balloting among students. A run-off election, scheduled for Monday, developed in the race for vice president between two "write-in" candidates — C. J. Calalano and David Matthews. Balloting for a student body secretary resulted in election of Claudia Oakes,' Stuart Oakes' sister. Others elected yesterday were: Janis Kriwanek, treasurer; Merrill Deming, commissioner of assemblies; Mary Bihlmeier, commissioner of activities; Chris Rampoldt, commissioner of sports; Robert JIcDan- iel, commissioner of publications; Dora Chriss, pep commissioner: Jeanne Galusha, historian, and Bill Solberg, vice- president of the Desert Valley League. NOW WE WILL HEAR ... - David Martin announces a number to be played by the Crafton school tonettes during Wednesday's May Festival at the school. Witnessed by par- Filmy negligee for mother? It's top gift in Redlands SalnfaU Temp. 24 Sen- Hours son April S .'it 4G .54 8.91 April a 54 39 .119 9.60 April 10 _ .=^1 4b' .51 lO.n April 11 =i2 41 .12 10.23 April 12 .'"16 3r> .05 10.28 April 1.-! 6;: 42 .03 10.31 April ]4 fit^ 39 April !.•> -4 41 April IS 77 43 April 17 KO 4H April IS mi 47 April 19 8n ry2 April =0 no April 21 8j April 2.; 81 fiO April 2.) 84 49 April 24 93 .•14 April 25 92 5ti April 26 92 57 April 27 92 .5 .1 April 28 9r> 5G April 2!) 9(i 59 April 30 88 5,-» Ma.v 1 82 50 May 2 7:i 54 Ma.v .1 6B 48 M.iy 4 70 4.1 Ma.v ."i 70 44 Ma.v 6 .. 70 51 May 7 . . . . 6.) 44 May 8 ... en 40 Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anj-thing Call 793-3221 '^-"'^ ROOFING ^- SUHSQf Contractors, Inc. 700 New York St.. Redlands Phone 793-3234 Free Estimates — Bank Terms By HERB PASIK When the lady of the house in Redlands opens her Mother's Day gift box tomorrow morning, she's quite likely to find a fluffy ncgUgee or nightgown staring back at her. That is, if there is a gift bo.x. It's equally as probable dad somehow will have forgotten what day it is and frantically dash out for a last-minute purchase to maintain domestic harmony. These and other trends were gleaned from a survey of Redlands stores and flower shops at the height of the annual Mother's Day Derby. According to the manager of one large Redlands store, "lingerie items, particulary negligees, appear to be our number one seller this year." lie disclosed that cosmetics, candy and flowers followed the billowy boudoir attire in that order. "The week began quite normally, but started gaining momentum Wednesday," he said. "The last minute type of purchase seems to be the trend this year." The store manager said he expects a "big last minute rush this weekend when dad wakes up to the fact it's Mother's Day and rushes down to get himself off the hook." The manager of a chain department store in downtowTi Redlands said such "conservative" (•?) items as negligee sets and gowns are leading sellers at his store also this week. He, too, noted a trend toward last minute gift purchases. "The kids are always late shoppers for Mother's Day," he explained. "They don't seem to for CIVILIAN GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES If you are being transferred, we have the correct information on regulations and schedules of allowances and reimbursement for transportation and temporary storage of Household goods and personal effects of civilian officers and employees of the United States. TRI-CITY VAN & STORAGE Your Mayflower Agent 31 W. Stuart Phone 793-2203 get the money from dad for mom's gift until the last minute." As for the flower shops, one Redlands florist was ready to throw in the towel as early as yesterday. "This shop looks like a madhouse," she said. "We're about ready to give up the ghost. "People are calling in at the last minute and wanting to have flowers wired to New York. Connecticut and places all over the country. The telegraph lines are swamped and we're having to make delivery arrangements by long distance telephone." The florist said that carnations, as in past years, are the most popular choice for Mother's Day. Following closely behind are orchids and roses. As for the florist, she had this to say: "Thank heaven it doesn't last too long; it would kill us." The survey also pointed to a Two local men to face |ury k ents, the program included music, songs, dances and a spelling bee. In photo. Miss Ada Bodmer, principal, holds microphone. (Photo by Mark Martin) Crafton school children hold annual May festival the third and fourth grades un- Mrs. Jessop, former teacher, dies at 87 Mrs. Charlotte Leptien Jessop, a resident of Redlands for 27 years and a former teacher here, died this week at the age of 87. Mrs. Jessop originally came to Redlands from her native Iowa in 1902 and taught in the school district. She was married in 1926 and moved with her husband, Edward, to San Pedro where she remained until 1938 when they returned to Redlands. She had been an active member of the Retired Teachers' association as long as her health perinitted- Shc is survived by two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Carollo, Vista, and Mrs. Ruth WaUis, Fclton, Calif. She is also survived by two grandchildren, three great grandchildren, three nieces and two nephews. Funeral services will be held Monday, 11 a.m. from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel. Rev. Rae Eversolc, pastor of Unity church, Yucaipa, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Parents of Crafton school pupils watched Iheir children join in songs, dances, music and v,..v.^.^u „j I Two Redlands men pleaded; a spelling bee during the annual! Mary Beckert' played two selec- linnncpnt tn nnriiirv rhantp.q in: festival held Wednesday and.tions der Miss Helen Creighton. The tonettes, directed by Mrs. number of out-of-town mothers, i in°ocent to perjury charges in whose children reside in Red- Superior Court yesterday after laufls a judge denied tlieir motions for Po.stma.ster Daniel Stanton dismissal, based on alleged said the mailing of packages atlSfounds of insufficient evidence. the local post office has jumped 50 to 75 per cent above normal this week. He noted a particular increase in airmail special delivery packages in the past two or three days. "They're just getting in under the wire," he said. If dad is really interested in makmg mom's day one of complete ease for her, he can always rev up the family car and drive to one of a number of Redlands area restaurants which are featuring special Mother's Day dinners tomorrow. One thing, though; he"d better make sure she changes from her new negligee into street clothes. Plymouth Village to mark six'year growth Tuesday Plymouth Village of Redlands, the corporation of homes for retired ministers, missionaries, religious social workers and educators, will mark s i x years' growth next Tuesday. Si.xty people will gather for the annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. in the Casa Loma Room of the University of Redlands. Dr. Frank M. Toothaker, president, will preside. Featured .on the program will be a skit entitled "A Day in the Life of Plymouth Village", written and directed by Mrs. Alvin T. Fishman, a resident of the Village. The skit will dramatize the fact that among the 30 residents now living in this unusual commimity. "retired" really means "re-trcaded" for additional Christian service. Frank M. Herkelrath will give the administrator's report for the lev 'i-acre community located on Cajon street between Palm and Highland avenues, which has 20 homes now built and occupied, others under construction in a development of homes planned for 225 residents. A. R. Schultz, Jr., will present the report of the nominating committee for election of WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOOBE. Editor. Publislicd every evenmg (except Sunday! at Facts building. 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands. California. Founde-1 October 2a, 1890, 75th year. Entered as second class matter October 33. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advance! By Carrier Deliverr One Month % 1.5(1 Three Monthi 4.20 Six Months 8.30 One Ic»r 16.40 One Month One Year — By Mail _J IJiO _ 18.00 officers and new Corporation members, and R. Lester Johnson, treasurer, will give the annual financial statement. FoUowmg the skit, Mrs. Hor. ace P. Hinckley will give a brief presentation of the work before the Corporation and friends of Plymouth Village, entitled "The Role We Play". The pressing goal of the Corporation is a central building \vith dining room and social hall for all, and infirmary quarters for those who need physical care. In charge of hospitality for the dinner meeting, according to Rev. Mark Andrews, annual meeting committee chau-man, are Mmes. John Speidel, Howard Hayes, A. R. Schultz Jr., Hinckley, Max Cranmer, H. A. Radford and Samuel Wright. Interested friends are invited to this dinner meeting. They may make reservations by call ing Mrs. Samuel Wright, Py 3-1223. R. E. Yindiola found dead in his home Coroner's deputies are investi- gatmg the mysterious death of a 39-year-old Redlands man found lying face-up on a living room couch in his home about 7:30 p.m. last night. Police said the man, Raul E. Vindiola of 63 Cortez street, was rushed by ambulance to County Hospital where he was pro nounced dead on arrival. There were no apparent signs of violence, according to police. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads The pair, Grady Maxwell, 50, of 1213 Webster street, and J. C. Abbott, 49, of 934 Herald street, face a jury trial June 23 in Judge Edward P. Fogg's courtroom. sponsored by the PTA. Winners in the spelling bee were Kathy Green, in the fourth grade and Emily Gonzales, fifth grade. Carol Hudak and Becky WiUiams tied for top honors in the sixth grade. Festivities were opened by music from the school orchestra. The May pole dance was Three orthopedically handi capped classes contributed songs and demonstrated physical fit ness exercises. The OH-2 class distributed programs for the festival. Motions by their attorneys for i pi'csented by Miss Barbara dismissal of the charges, stem -j Daviss' third grade class, ming from alledgedly false testi-! Taking part in the program mony they gave in Redlands! were the morning and afternoon Justice Court, were denied by i kindergarten tlas.ses under Mrs. Judge James E. Cunningham' Cathy Murano and Jlrs. Shir- Jr. i lene Earp, both first grade They wore accused of perjur-!classes under Mrs. Mary ing themselves under oath (lur -j Knickerbacker and Mrs. Dorothy ing Maxwell's trial last Dec. 4:Vonderau, the second grade un- on misdemeanor drunk-driving i der Mrs. Charlotte Shroyer and charges stemming from his arrest last Sept. 3 by Kedlands police. Maxwell was found guilty by a jury and fined S166. despite the pair's testimony that .Abbott, and not Maxwell, was the driver of the vehicle involved, according to police. Ontiveros case continued for esj Vital Records DEATHS TOOHEY — Died in Redlands. Calif., May 7. 1965, Mrs. Marie J. Toohey, 316 4th street. Redlands, aged 62 years, native of Pennsylvania, and resident!E. High avenue, and continued A 29year-old Redlands man was arraigned in Superior Court yesterday on charges of attempted murder in the alleged beating and stabbing of another man. Judge James E. Cunningham Jr. appointed the Public Defender's Office to represent the defendant, Ernest Ontiveros of 110 of Redlands for 5 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Hugh C. Toolicy, Redlands, one son: Jack Arthur Quinn, La Crcscenta, CaUf.; one daughter: Mrs. Rose Murray, Pittsburgh, Pcnn.; six grandchildren and one brother: Arthur Jones. Pittsburgh, Penn. Funeral services wiU be held 11 a.m. Monday at the Emmerson Redlands chapel. Mrs. J. L. S o u 11 e r Religious Science Reader, officiating. Interment pending. JESSOP — Died in Mentone, Calif., May 6, 1965, Mrs. Charlotte Leptien Jessop, 24 San Gorgonio, Redlands, aged 87 years, native of Mai,.'oketa, Iowa, and resident ot Redlands for 27 years. Funeral services will be held Monday mormng at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Rae Eversole, pastor of the Unity Church ol Yucaipa, officiating. Interment in HUlside Memorial Park. STANG — Died in San Bernardino, Calif., May 1, 1965, Mrs. Pansy Stang. 523 Brookside avenue, Redlands, aged 93 years, native of Olympia, Washington, and resident of Redlands for 7 years. Deceased is survived by her son: Al Olcovich of Redlands; also three grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Private graveside services were held Friday 2:30 p.m. at Hillside Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. the case until Friday for entry of plea. Ontiveros is accused of trying to kill Manuel Martinez, 37, of 323V2 E. Stuart street, following an argument between the two men outside Martinez' home. Martinez reportedly has recovered from head and back wounds suffered in the alleged attack. >lnnounce/nenf of Funeral Services MRS. CHARLOTTE LEPTIEN JESSOP Services 11 a.m., Monday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. F.ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. • PY 2-1411 jazz band competing in jazz The Riffmen, University of Redlands studio band, are participating today in a jazz festival at San Jose State College. Approximately 14 top college bands will be competing for honors in the event. Judges are Bud Shank, famous alto sa.xo- phone player, and Clare Fisher, pianist-composer. The winning comho. plus the two judges, will present a concert this evening. The Redlands jazz band, under tiie direction of John Prince, will perform the theme from "Pink Panther," Count Basic's theme. "Cute"; "When Sunny Gets Blue" and "Bags' News Groove," .jazz standards; "Out of the Mist," an avant grade composition; and "The Shampoo," arranged by Prince. The students have been working under the direction of Mur ray McEachem, Redlands business man who did the trombone work for "The Glenn Miller Story," in preparation for the festival, reported Dennis Lajme, director of the concert band. Police quell near riot on Brockton More than half a dozen Redlands police officers were called out last night to quell a fist- swinging melee that erupted between 50 to 70 youths at the climax of a dance at the San Bernardino County Housing Authority's recreation hall at 803 W. Brockton avenue. Police said the crowd was dispersed after about 15 minutes of fighting with no apparent injuries reported. The virtual riot erupted as guests were leaving the dance, reportedly sponsored by a group from Riverside identified as "The In Club." Officers said fighting broke out after someone smashed in the door of a rest room with his fist for no apparent reason. No arrests were made. >lnnouncemenf of Services CAMERIERE, Mrs. Laura Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Today St. Mary's Catholic Church TOOHEY, Mrs. Marie J. 11:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel VINDIOLA, Raul Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Not Only Fairy Tales The Brothers Grimm, who wrote "Cinderella" and "Hansel and Gretel," also were the authors of a great German dictionary and many other philological w^orks, according to the Britannica Junior Encyclopaedia. m Has a Birthday MAY9- Wllllam T. Allan Marvin Bishop Leonard De Lange Kenneth Gorton Arthur Guerrero Jack Kissler Robert Lujan Roy E. Luko Brett Lytle Frank E. Moxley Jim Ramsey Jim Scoble Bruce Shepherd Willard Stewart Harry Zeilenga Frank Williamson Jess Wadkins Eddie Gold MAY 10- Mike Jensen Brig. Gen. William C. Kingsbury M. E. LiHIepag* Bill Nottingham John E. MeCurfy Charles Hart Robert L. Smith Roger Von der Hellen Tom Martin Happy Birthday from n E. state Ph. 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