Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 10, 1965 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Monday, May 10, 1965
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Local Notes Grtduatct—enroll now for cicss starting June 22nd. Phone 973-2275 for additional information. Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology, 410 Orange St. x Pacific Ballat Theatre May 16, 2:15 p.m. Clock Auditorium. "Nutcracker", "Sleeping Beauty", etc. Tickets at Harris Co. X Junior High Baseball Cope tangles with Redlands Junior high tomorrow at 3:30 p.m. in a baseball game on the RJH diamond. Spray Guns For Rent Redlands Paint, 102 W. State. X Essick Cooler Pads Free delivery, day or evening, call 794-1130. Essick Hoof coolers — your best buy in home cooling — by far. Ed Sampson Heating & Cooling, 1338 Wabash. X Swim Boosters Meet Redlands boosters for swimming will meet tonight in the Redlands high gym. Coffee served 5-5:30 and meeting 5:30 to 7 p.m. Draperies — Just For You! Norris Yardage & Draperies, 110 Orange St., Dial 793-3248. 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. Coin Club Meets Redlands Coin Club meets at 7:30 tonight in the YMCA. Commemorative half dollars andj Mexican coins since 1900 will be on the program. Artists' Supplies Picture framing. Alder's Paint and Art Store, 25 E. State Street, downtown Redlands. x King's Table Smorgasbord now open, serving daily 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Corner Fifth & Citrus, s Lost—White Female Cat short hair, green eyes, spayed. Liberal reward. Phone 792-1765. X Knights of the Roundtable A cancer crusade movie entitled "The Million Club" will be shown to members of the Redlands Knights of the Roundtable during the group's noon meeting tomorrow at the Elks Club. Beat The Heat! Have your root or window cooler serviced now. Call 797-6204. X Redlands Daily Facts Mon., May 10, 1965 - 5 Chain freeway accidents send nine to hospital MOTHER'S DAY TRAGEDY - Scores of curious residents view the wreckage of the James Stanfiil family car (left) following a collision with the station wagon at the right. One of the Stanfiil children died and the remaining five members of the family were injured in the crash at Colfon avenue and Judson street. The accident occurred obout 6:29 p. m., less than a block from the Stanfiil residence. Firemen were called out to wash down gasoline which spewed across the intersection. (Facts photo by Herb Pasik) Katherine, 7'/2, killed in crash Tragedy hits Stanfiil family on Mother's Day A Mother's Day ouUng ended in a stark tragedy yesterday for the James Wesley Stanfiil family of Redlands. A two-car collision less than Also badly injured was Michael Stanfiil, 9'/2, who suffered a skull fracture and lacerations and bruises when the StanfiU a block from their home at 1426 auto was struck broadside by E. Collon avenue claimed the a car driven by Henry Andrew life of one child and sent the Reinerth, 41. of 630 Palo Alto five remaining members of the drive. Michael was listed in se- family to the hospital, three oflrious condition today at Com- them witli serious injuries. Fatally injured in the acci- munity Hospital. Police said Stanfiil, 32-year- dent, which occurred about 6:29; old principal of Lugonia scliool, at Colton avenue and Jud-j received rib fractures and a p.m. son street, was Katherine Stanfill, 7'/2. She was thrown from her father's car and died at Community Hospital from head and neck injuries. A second child, Ronald Stanfill, 4, was in serious condition today at San Bernardino Community Hospital where he was scheduled to undergo surgery for a fractured skull. broken shoulder bone. His condition was listed as good. His wife, Margaret, 32, suffered a bruised eye and knee abrasions and also was reported in good condition at the hospital. The youngest member of the family, Terry, age 1, escaped with only minor injuries and was released from the hospital. Reinerth was hospitalized with lacerations of the forearm and nose and chest bruises. His injuries were not considered serious. Police said Stanfiil was eastbound on Colton and Reinerth southbound on Judson when the collision occurred. Cause of the crash was still under investigation today. Investigating officers said the three older StanfiU children were in the rear seat of the family car. The Stanfills and Terry were in the front seat. The family, apparently returning from an outing, were withm one block of their home when the accident took place. Funeral services for Katherine Stanfiil are pendfag at Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary. A series of chain-reaction col- hsions involving more than a dozen vehicles on the Redlands Freeway sent nine persons to the hospital yesterday with various injuries, none of them critical. Traffic was tied up for more than an hour. California Highway Patrol officers said the first accident occurred about 4:30 p.m. when a westbound car, driven by Albert Glenn MacBride, 27, of Azusa. was involved in a non-injury collision with another auto about one-half mile west of the Yucaipa boulevard overpass. Moments later, a westbound car driven by Stephen James Howard, 39, of Los Angeles, smashed head-on into MacBride's motionless vehicle, wliich earlier bad spun to a stop. Officers said Howard took his eyes off the road to glance toward the divider strip at the wreckage of the vehicle involved in the collision with MacBride's car when he plowed into the Azusa man's auto. Twenty minutes later, a car driven by Betty Jean Burchette, 35, of Pico-Rivera, slammed inti) the rear of a vehicle operated by Isidore Hoffman, 47, of San Fernando, which had stopped in the freeway lanes because of tha traffic tieup stemming from the other two accidents. Offivers said Mrs. Burchette's car glanced off Hoffman's vehicle and slammed into the rear of a house-trailer towed by a car driven by Ray Burkeybiie, 52, of Highland. Taken to Community Hospital by Redlands ambulance for treatment of minor to moderate injuries and later released were: Mrs. Burchette and two passengers in her car, Shelby Garrison, 11, and Richard Garrison, both of Bell Gardens; MacBride and his wife, Sheryl, 25, and their three children, David, 7, Barbara, 8. and Kimberly, 4; . Howard and a passenger in his vehicle, Richard M. Sawick, 8, also of Los Angeles. Mrs. Minnie Clark dies in Crafton Ave. accident A Yucaipa woman died and the driver of the car in which she was riding was hospitaUzed with serious injuries yesterday after their auto plunged into a drainage ditch on Crafton avenue near Colton avenue in Mentone. Mrs. Minnie Clark, 73, of 34441 Highway patrolmen said Francis' car drifted off the road "for no apparent reason" and plunsed into the ditch. Mrs. Clark suffered fatal head injuries when she bumped against the wmd- shield. The woman was temporarily staying at 1449 Clay street. Red- Avenue F, fatally injured in the (lands, where she was employed POINT OF IMPACT — A closeup view of the side of James Stanfill's auto shows the heavy damage caused when the auto was struck broadside by another vehicle. Hanging from the rear wheel is a shirt worn by one of the injured Stanfiil children. (Photo by Art Miller) 21 accident victims Skylark Gran Sport, $3595 See this car on display and ready for delivery now. Equipped with Wildcat Engine and full Gran Sport performance group and chrome wheels. It's the bargain of the week at Bert S. Hat field Buick, 301 E. Redlands boulevard. Phone 793-3238. x Weather Temp. April 8 54 April 9 - S4 April 10 SI April 11 ... April 12 ... April 13 ... April 14 „. April 15 April 18 -. April 17 ._ April 18 ... April 19 „ April 20 ... April 21 ... April 22 ... AprU 23 -. April 24 93 April 25 - 92 April 26 92 April 27 92 April 28 _ 95 April 29 96 April 30 88 M«y 1 82 May 2 _ 73 May 3 - 68 May * 70 May S - 70 May 8 70 May 7 68 May 8 _ 76 May 9 Bl May 10 82 aalnfaU 24 Sea­ Huun son .54 S.91 .69 9.60 .51 10.11 .12 10.23 .05 10.28 .03 10.31 .03 10.34 Announcement of Services TOOHEY, Mrs. Marie J. 11:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel VINDIOLA, Paul E. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tonight Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:06 a.m. Tuesday St. Mary's Church CLARK, Mrs. Mnnie M. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Dewrrr, ciive E. 1:00 p.m. Tuesday Yucaipa Chapel STANFILL, Miss Katherine Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Hospital disaster test pays off in emergency Less than three weeks ago, the ability of Redlands Community Hospital to meet an emergency situation was tested in a civil defense exercise involving ID "victims" of a mock disaster. That exercise, according to hospital officials, paid off yesterday during one of the heaviest series of accidents in the Redlands area in years. Redlands Ambulance reported their vehicles brought 21 accident victims to the hospital yesterday within a 24- hour period which began about 10 a.m. Fourteen of the victims arrived at the hospital within a span of one hour. "Doctors and nurses at the hospital feel that the "smooth" handling of yesterday's many victims was due in no small measure to the drill of a few weeks ago," said Ed Jury, hospital administrator. During the 24-hour period, two persons were fatally injured and 19 others suffered minor to serious injuries in a total of six separate accidents in the Redlands area. 'Spring Carnival' days to be observed at YHS Yucaipa High school students will observe "Spring Carnival" days on the campus from May 12 to 14. Students and faculty will participate in the three-day program which has been planned by the student council under the leadership of Jim Allen, student body president. All proceeds from the program will be donated to the A.F.S. to help in the support of the foreign exchange student program for Yucaipa High school. The first day's program will feature a "slave" auction to be held before the opening of school. "Prize slaves" will he auctioned off at this time, while other "slaves" may be purchased during the lunch periods. No girl will be sold without her consent. A list of "prize slaves" were posted today. Students and faculty will join for a kick-off breakfast prior to the auction. Student tickets are available for 50 cents. Pie-eating and banana-eating contests as well as chariot races, on tricycles, have been Announeemenf of Funeral Services MRS. CHARLOTTE LEPTIEN JESSOP Services 11 a.m., Monday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE WL« FY M4n J planned for noon activities on Thursday. Bermuda day and a sports program have been planned for the final day of the carnival, with Friday also to be a minimum day for both senior and junior high students. The sports program will include a three- legged race, egg throw, tug-of- war, volley ball games, watermelon feed, tennis, and swimming. Varsity and junior varsity baseball games with Banning will be a highlight of the afternoon. Yindiolci mass to be held tomorrow Requiem mass for Raul Escalante Vindiola, 43 Cortez street, who was found dead in his home Friday, will be held at 9 a.m. tomorrow at St. Mary's Catholic church. The county coroner said that Vindiola, 49, died of natural causes. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. today in the Emmerson Red lands ChapeL Vindiola is survived by his wife Euth; a son, John, of Redlands two brothers Frank and Ernest Vindiola, both of San Bernardino; and two sisters, Mrs. Irene Herrera, of Greenspot, and Mrs. Mary Beltran, of Bryn Mawr. Rev. Albert Joyal will officiate at the requiem mass. Interment will be in HiUside Memorial Park. WILLIAM G. MOOSE. PubUsher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday! at Facts building, 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1890. 75th year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. l«7a. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advance! By Carrier Oeliiery One Month I 1.50 Three Monthj 4.20 Six Months 8.30 One Year 16.40 One Month One Tear By Mail _» 1.50 _ 18.00 Vital Records BIRTHS VAN HOWD—Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Doug Van Howd, 13325 Sidana road, Yucaipa, May 9, 1965, at Redlands Community hospital. DEATHS CLARK — Died in Redlands, May 9, 19G5, Mmnie M. Clark, 34441 Avenue F. Yucaipa, aged 77 years, native of Kansas, and resident of Yucaipa for 4 years. Funeral services will be held in lola Kansas. Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. VINDIOLA — Died in San Bernardino, California, May 7, 1965. Raul Escalante Vindiola, 43 Cortez, Redlands, aged 49 years, native of Tucson, Arizona, and resident of Redlands for 31 years. Requiem Mass will be held at 9 a.m. Tuesday at St. Mary's Catholic church. Rev. Albert Joyal officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Rosary will be rectied at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Emmerson's Redlands chapel. DE WITT — Died in Redlands, May 9, 1965, Clive Erwin De Witt, 12655 2nd street. Yucaipa, aged 79 years, native of Iowa, and resident of Yucaipa for 9 years. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel, Rev. Peter Wallace, pastor of the St. Albans Episcopal chMch, officiating. Cremation m Montecito Memorial Park. BEATLES FILM HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — The new Beatles film, formerly titled "Beatles Two," is now renamed "8 Arms to Hold You," presumably accounting for four sets of Beatles' arms. N.Y. stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stock prices moved uncertainly throughout the session today. Gains were selective. Most of the major groups showed only fractional changes. Chemicals were stronger, and airlines displayed some solid gains. Motors were unchanged to lower, an played some solid gains. Motors were unchanged to lower, an rail stocks clung at, or slightly below, previous levels. Electronics were mixed. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 937.22 926.62 931.47 off 1.05 20 rrs 213.34 211.13 211.81 off 1.58 15 utl 162.17 160.55 161.21 off 0.05 65 stk 323.74 320.24 321.69 off 0.83 Sales today were 5.6 million shares compared with 5.82 million shares Friday. 1.- Most Active Stock* (Dow-Joncs Service. Courtesy Lester. Ryons & Co.) 2l )r. E. State Volume Close Cbnc. 137,700 K.C.A 3* 115,200 Benguet - 1 .')8,200 Gen. Aniline 81,.">nn Chrysler 74.7110 C.B.S _.. (iS .MIIl Lehigh Valley .. .".S.ino Ashland Oil 46,700 Amer. T. i T. 4(>,000 Pure Oil .... 43.800 Amer. Air. 41,700 Ln. Parle Mines.. 3 41.400 Pan Am. Sulpha 32»4 — 40.4110 Avco _ 2.1^« -i-l»» 38,3110 Amer. Motors .... 12ii: — Ik 31,100 Gen. Dynamics.... Wk + . 3051 . r,-t . 38'i . 4'. 43U . (i7'i fi05^ unch. - 'i - .'ii -i- i.i Yucaipa family rescued after 200-foof tumble Three injured members of a Yucaipa family were carried to safety by the San Gorgonio Search and Rescure Team early today after their car plunged down a 200-foot embankment bordering Wildwood Canyon road in Oak Glen area. Sheriff's Lt. WiUard Farquhar and 10 other members of the rescue team used a recently acquired heavy-duty vehicle equipped with a winch and cable system to lift the trio up the embankment. The injured, Joseph Thalmayer, 54, of 12405 17th street, Yucaipa; Johanna Thalmayer, 47, and Trudy Thalmayer, 11, were pulled to safety about 12:12 a.m., a little more than an hour after their car, driven by Thalmayer missed a curve on Wildwood Canyon road and plunged down the embankment. Highway patrolmen said tlie 11-year-old girl managed to scramble up the steep embankment after the accident and hailed a passing motorist for help. She then returned to the wrecked car. The girl and Mrs. Thalmayer received moderate injuries in the accident. Thalmayer's injuries were described as serious. He was lifted up the incline in a basket stretcher. 10:30 a.m. crash, was dead on arrival at Community HospitaL The driver, Arthur Debs Francis, 71, of the same address, was treated at Community Hospital for multiple head lacerations and a fractured rib. He was transferred to Kaiser Hospital today. Investigate stabbing in San Quentin SAN QUENTIN (UPI) — San Quentin prison authorities txxiay investigated the stabbing of inmate Charles W. Leonard, 32, a convicted Los Angeles murderer. Leonard was stabbed nme times about the neck and chest Sunday wliile in the pri son gymnasium. He underwent surgery and was in serious con Officers said the injured trioldition. About 100 men were in were taken by ambulance to Community Hospital for treatment. the area and found. no weapon was as a companion, according to a spokesinan for Emmerson's Yucaipa mortuary, which in handling funeral arrangements. Her permanent home was in Yucaipa where she Uved'with her niece's family, Mr. and Mrs. Francis. Funeral services are to be held in lola. Kansas. Mrs. Clark is survived by three brothers, Leslie, Frank and Fred Wheeler; and two sisters, Mrs. Lou Ross- and Mrs. Nellie Ross, all of Kansas. School board meeting to be tomorrow A proposal to establish an environmental enrichment program for disadvantaged children at Clement Junior High school will be submitted to the Redlands school board at its meeting scheduled for 7:30 p.m. tomorrow in the board room, Lu­ gonia and Orange. The agenda also includes reports on the new Cope Junior High library and Crafton school's orthopedically handicapped program. In addition, a recommendation will be presented from the state superintendent of education on the annexation of Camp Angelus to the Redlands school district. ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "When I think of the chances of damaging someone in sports, in our home, on the premises or away from home, it appears that everyone should have Personal Liability insurance. Does the standard $10,000 policy cost less than $35 for 3 years?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. State Sf.. Redlands. 793-2373. m unsingwear^ COMFORTABLE .., LUXURIOUS ... NYLON TRICOT PAJAMAS These fins looking, easy to care for Munsingwear Nylon Tricot pajamas are as good oi fhey lookl Juit right for any season of the year, they're perfect for sleep- Siyl. 2061-Coo. H ^lO" Available in Tajii " ^ " ** W. Eugene Malene Roy L. Guin Everette J. Frenken ing or lounging. Coot style or V-neck, you con'f go wrong with either of these fine styles. Available in Fashion-Right colors, of coursel Styl. 2043-V-neck ^2*^ Ayailofal. in Toll, 10 ,95 for GOOD ik\k% since 1922 11 East State Street — Dial 793-2505

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