Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 24, 1965 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Monday, May 24, 1965
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Local Notes style Salon needs hair stylist. Experience necessary. 423 E. Citrus. 792-4877. x Stamp Clufa Meeting Redlands Stamp club announces a joint meeting and auction for 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at Security First National Bank. Ed Olsen, president of Arrowhead Stamp club, will speak on "Danish West Indies Stamps". All Kinds of Chain for Father's Day. Largest selection in town. Prices start at S24.95. Use our layaway plan. People's Furniture, 218 Orange. X Dump Fire Flares Redlands firemen assisted California Division of Forestry personnel yesterday in controlling a brush fire that blackened about one acre of land near the county disposal site on Alabama street in the wash area. Cause of the fire was unknown. It was reported at 10:20 a.m. Spray Guns For Rent Redlands Paint, 102 W. State. Soroptlmists Need Used Books For information or pick-up call 793-5362 or 793-4646. Furnace Starts Fire Heat from a floor furnace was blamed Saturday for a fire that caused about $30 worth of damage at the home of Walter Marriner, 208 E. Olive. Firemen said the blaze, reported at 2:06 p.m., was touched off in rugs and pillows near the furnace. Little Tom's Lonesome He's our last kitten and his mama's getting cross with him. Wouldn't someone like a cute, grey-striped kitten, for free? 792-4752, 1151 Cedar. .x Morning Crash Occurs Both drivers escaped injury today in a two-car collision at Sixth and Stuart. Police said the accident occurred at about 8 a.m. and involved cars operated by Willie Johnson, 612 E. SLuart, and Charles B. Osbun, 224 E. Fern avenue. Both cars sustained moderate damage. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, May 24, 1965 - 5 Country Club suffers $2,000 burglary HOSPITAL PROJECT UNDER WAY - Properly outfitted in "hard hats" are participants in the ground-breaking ceremonies for the nearly $3-milllon expansion project of Redlands Community Hospital held this morning on the site of the new five-story tower south of the Moseley wing. Vice-Mayor William T. Hartzell, sights on the surveyor's rod and target held by Lewis McKee, partner in the Redlands contracting firm of Donald, McKee end Hart. Lewis I. Pierce, hospital president, stands next to Hartzell. Others from left: Dr. Edwin V. Banta, chief of staff, Mrs. Retha V. Lloyd, director of nursing services. Rev. John Foerster, hospital director, William G. Moore, (top) hospital treasurer, Gordon Donald, Lewis McKee, contractors, Herman Ruh- nau, architect, Edward L. Jury (top), hospital administrator, Robert Hurt, hospital director, Mrs. Ronald Rounds, president, hospital Auxiliary. (Facts photo by Clifford Kenison) Police today were investigating the theft of an estimated $2,000 in an apparent burglary at the Country Club's clubhouse. Officers said the cash, in small bills, had been placed in a locked filing cabinet inside the clubhouse's liquor closet following "a big weekend" of business. About S15 in change and cigarettes also were taken from a cigarette machine broken open by the thief. Police said the bar cash register, which was empty, was was pried open and the manager's office ransacked. Country Club officials were taking inventory to determine I whether additional cash and j possibly liquor had been taken in the theft, which occurred sometime after the clubhouse closed last night at 10:30 p.m. Police said the thief probably used a heavy crowbar to gain access to the money in the filing cabinet after knocking off the laiob of the liquor closet. Investigating officers said the method of entry mlo the build- Bulldozers start work on hospital addition Attention Orange Growers Sprinkler shields for smudge pots. Call Ed Sampson, day or evening 794-1130, 1338 Wabash.x Joe Momeyer to speak The Redlands Democratic club will meet in tiie Community room at Secruity bank this evening at 8 o'clock. Joseph IMo- meyer, head of the Defenders for San Gorgonio, will show slides and photos to demonstrate why the area east of Redlands should not be opened to commercial ski development. Lost Small Dog Black and brown, part Pom eranian. Name "Pug". 792-3666 or 793-2144. X 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 & Cooling, 1338 Wabash. X Stamps for Collectors Philatelic supplies. North Side 5 and 10, 3 West Colton. x Draperies — Just For Youl Norris Yardage & Draperies, 110 Orange St., Dial 793-3248. x Beat The Heat! Have your roof cooler serviced 797-6204. or window now. Call s Delicious Char-broiled Burgers and steaks. Brookside Cafe, 1265 Brookside. Lunch Specials daily 90 cents to $1.35 .x Knights to Meet Mel Powell, superintendent of the Y'ucaipa Unified school district, will speak on the district's ])rogress and problems tomorrow at the Knights of the Round table meeting at noon at the Elks Club. Artists' Supplies Picture framing. Alder's Paint and Art Store, 25 E. State Street, downtown Redlands. x Bulldozers were at work today clearing the site for the j five-story tower being erected as part of the nearly S3-rail- lion expansion program at Redlands Community Hospital. The first bulldozer went into action as ground-breaking cere^ monies were being concluded on the site just south of the Moseley wing of the present hospital. Lewis I. Pierce, president of the hospital, was master of ceremonies at the ground-breaking. He introduced various persons who have had roles in the e.\- pansion project. Introduced were: William G. Moore, treasurer of the hospital, Vice-Mayor William T. Hartzell, hospital secretary, Robert Hurt, member of the board of directors, Dr. Edwin V. Banta, chief of the medical staff, Edward L. Jury, administrator, Mrs. Retha V. Lloyd, director of nursing services Mrs. Ronald Rounds, president of the hospital Auxiliary, Herman Ruhnau, architect, Gordon Donald, Lewis McKee and John Hart, partners in the contracting firm that will build the buUding, James Youngberg, director of the hospital expansion fund. Rev. John D. Forester, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church, and a member of the hospital board of directors, opened the ceremonies with an invocation. "This is an historic occasion, and one we have long looked forward to," said Mr. Moore. "Much has gone into the planning for this project. We sincerely hope that 480 days from today the new tower will be built and caring for the needs of patients." The building contract for $2,358,729 includes erection of the five-story tower and completion of the first three floors to house 51 patient beds and an intensive care unit. The hospital board is presently studying financing to complete the fourth floor to add 20 more beds. When completed with four floors in use, the total capacity of the hospital would be 169 beds. Also included in the project is a new surgical department with seven surgical suites, a cafeteria - auditorium, new business offices in tlie tower, a fire- protection sprinkling system in the present building, and considerable remodeling of the old plant. The building contract calls for completion of the tower in 16 months which would make the new beds available in October 1966. First steps in the expansion project were taken more than two years ago, but demand for hospital service has far exceeded available facilities. The present 98-bed capacity is filled to overflowing and a priority committee of the medical staff has had to establish priority on the basis of the greatest need. The campaign to raise $500,000 to complete the project is making a steady advance toward the goal. The final report meeting is scheduled for Wednesday morning at Sage's. Announcemenf of Services HUMPHREY, Robert L. 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Y'ucaipa Chapel PARKER, Arthur S. 11:00 a.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel HARMON, Renick E. Services Pending Valley Chapel Loma Linda HOLZER, Mrs. Mary J. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stock prices declined steadily through most of the session on the Stock Exchange today. Only a few issues ran counter to the trend. Anaconda Copper had gains of more than a point through most of the session. Sears was strong in the retail group. Chemicals, oils, electronics and most airlines stocks were lower by fractions to more than a point. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 924.27 910.89 914.21 off 7.80 20 rrs 206.86 204.45 205.29 off 0.97 15 UU 162.00 159.62 160.00 off 1.60 65 Stk 318.59 314,20 315.31 off 2.49 Sales today were 4.79 million shares compared with 4.66 million shares Friday. lii Most AcllvB Slocks <Dow-.l(ines Service. Courtesy Lester, Ryons & Co.i 211.1 E. Slate Volume , Close Chng. l.ifi.lOd Curtis Pub _ 10i« -r2 »9,3U0 Fan .4ni. Sulph. incw) IS'i — U €4,900 Eastman Kodak (new) jn Yale Express — 1 AmcT. I. Si T..-_ Kl Ford Anaconda (IS^p Penich-Ford 20 Polaroid .'i.S .'!4,Rno 51,700 •ll.fiOO 40,000 40.000 36,000 35,200 .•i4,!)00 33,400 •JO.COO 2R.200 27,R0O Sperry Band — TJ-i.i Gen. Motors lO-.*^., B.C.A __ 3.-.' I Chrysler 5it"s Sludebalcer .I'N Infl. Paper 31 1| I'- -IIK -J- - 1 •••8 4 1 -IN — 1„ unch. RHS students to elect new class officers Primary elections for junior and senior class officers and representatives at Redlands High School will be held tomorrow with some 136 candidates listed on the lenghty ballot. Friday's general election will see the top contenders run-off for next year's leadership positions. Activity seems highest among the members of the class of 1967 with four candidates for president, nine for vice-president, six for secretary, seven for treasurer, and 63 to fill 13 representatives vacancies. Members of the future senior :lass have nominated three classmates each for all of the cabinet positions, and 35 for the 12 representative positions open. Members of the in-coming sophomore class will elect their representatives this spring in the different junior high schools, but but will wait until September to elect their class officers. Temple City man to head Weather April 21 April 22 ' April 23 _ I April 24 I April 23 April 26 April 27 Announcement of Funeral Services JOE REVELS Services 2:00 p.m., Jlonday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MRS. MARGARET MILLER NORWOOD Services 11 a.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE • PY 2-1411 ... S5 .... SI ... 84 ._. 93 _ 92 .._ 92 .._ 92 April 2S 95 April 29 96 April 30 „ 88 May 1 82 May 2 _ 73 Mav 3 66 May 4 _ 70 May 5 70 May 6 _ 70 May 7 68 May 8 _ 76 May 9 81 May 10 84 May 11 _ 85 May 12 69 May 13 65 Mav 14 70 May IS _ 88 May 16 95 May 17 .._ 91 May 18 „ 87 May 19 85 May 20 .._ 84 May 21 77 May 22 69 May 23 _.. 63 May 24 64 aalnfan Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son 53 50 49 54 56 57 55 56 59 53 50 54 48 -13 •44 51 44 40 45 46 49 55 53 53 49 51 54 54 53 .S4 55 48 51 52 WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening {except Sundayi 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. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advancpi By Carrier Delivery One Month ) 1.50 Three Months Six Months One Tear . One Month Cue Tear By Mail _ 4.20 _ 8.30 _ 16.40 _» L.'iO _ 18.00 The Rev. Dennis Savage of Temple City was elected president of the area assembly of the Christian Churches (Disciples of Christ) of Southern California yesterday during the closing session of the four-day assembly in San Bernardino. He and the Rev. Dwaine E. Cerbin of Burbank, who was elected president of the assem bly's board of directors, will lead the religious group's act! vities for the next two years. The major item discussed during the assembly Wcis the proposed "restructure" of the church organization. At present the individual churches have virtual autonomy. Restructure, which would di vert some of this autonomy lo more central bodies, has met with considerable opposition within the assembly, largely from Disciples of Christ churches. The Disciples of Christ, a con gregationally organized group within the Christian Churches, fears its own organization will lose autonomy if restructure goes tlirough. A resolution that would have placed the assembly on record against restructure was tabled "indefinitely" Saturday on a voice vote from the body. Final action on restructure is not expected until the national assembly meets in the fall next year at Dallas. Tex. Vital Records BIRTHS 1 DE LA PAZ—Bom, a daughter to iVIr. and Mrs. Bernard De La Paz, 725 East Brockton Ave., Apt. 5, May 22, 1965, at Redlands Community hospital. LILES — Born, a daughter, to| Mr. and Mrs. Roy N. Liles, 1715 Alta street. May 22, 1965, at Redlands Community hospital. TAYLOR—Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Taylor, 12425 Fremont street, Yucaipa, May 23, 1965, at Redlands Community hospital. BRIDGEFORD—Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Bridgeford, 12790 Tenth street, Yucaipa, May 23, 1965, at Red lands Community hospital. RUNYAN—Bora, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Runyan, 12212 Gladys Lane, Yucaipa, May 24, 1965, at Redlands, Community hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED CRUTCHER-GURULE — Ernest J. Crutcher, 61, Twentynine Palms; and Gertrude A. Gunile, 57, Yucaipa. GARCIA-MARMOLEJO — Rudolph V. Garcia, 24, and Dolores M. Marmolejo, 21; both Redlands. DEATHS NORWOOD — Died in Redlands, California May 21, 1965, Mrs. Margaret Miller Norwood, 12986 Vinton Way, aged 73 years, native of Cleveland, Ohio, and resident of Redlands for 50 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Harry G. Suttner, pastor of the First Con gregational church, officiatmg. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that dona tions be sent to the Redlands Community Hospital Building fund, care of Lewis I. Pierce, 205 E. State St., Redlands. Silent alarm thwarts theft in Yucaipa An attempted burglary at Yucaipa TV and appliance store was thwarted early today by the quick response of sheriff's deputies to a silent burglar alarm touched off by the thieves. Deputies said tliey recovered two portable TV sets abandoned by the burglars across the street from Gross' TV and Appliance store, 12126 California. The burglars, who broke in to the store through the front door, about 2:17 a.m. apparently fled in the darkness as a sheriff's patrol car pulled up about three mmutes after the alarm went off. A second patrol car arrived about three minutes later. Wilson Funeral Funeral services for William D. Wilson were held Saturday mommg at 10 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. William H. Bell, pastor of the Temple Baptist Church, of­ ficiatmg. Pallbearers were Verle Klingman, Monte Marcom, Howare McCulley, Ray Furlow, Jim Hammontree, and Dorman Amberson. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "I hear that 100,000 local agents all across the country belong to a National Association of Independent Insurance Agents. Is the Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc. Agency a member of NAIA, pledged to give personal assistance and claim service to a traveler who is a client of any one of them?" For answers to your Insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. State St.. Redlands. 793-2373. Kim Walker to head AFS next year New officers for the Redlands High School chapter of the American Field Service were announced Friday evening at the annual farewell party honormg this year's A.F.S. students, Svend Hansen and Roger Kremer. The social affair was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Walker, 310 Edgemont drive. Elected president of the group was Kim Walker, daughter of the host family. Jlargret Kassner was selected as vice-president with Kathy Klausner, re- cordmg secretary, Betty Schmidkunz, corresponding secretary, Phil Lowry, treasurer, and Candy Connor, publicity chairman. BISTRO TO BIG SCREEN HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Night club singer Trini Lopez bows on the big screen with a role in Frank Sinatra's "Marriage On The Rocks." EARNS DEGREE — Dennis William Cleaver, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Cleaver, 607 Monterey street, received the Bachelor of Science degree in podiatry at recent commencement exercises conducted at the California Podiatry College in San Francisco. Dennis and his wife, the former Patti Edwards of Yucaipa, make their home in Daly City. A 1960 graduate of Redlands High school, Dennis plans to continue for three more years of study at the Podiatry College. ing was "something of a mystery." Pry marks were found on the inside of the building's north door, indicating the thief may have "broken out" tlirough the door rather than made entry through it. One theory advanced by officers was that someone hid inside the building before it closed last night. The theft was reported this morning by Joan Johnson, the office manager. Mrs. Margaret Miller Norwood, widow of the late Clifford T. Norwood and resident of Redlands for 50 years, died here Friday at the age of 73. Mrs. Norwood, a native of Cleveland, Ohio, was a member of the First Congregational church during her 50 years in Redlands. For many years, she was also a member of the Contemporary Club and took a particularly active part in gardening group actixities. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Jack (Ruth N.) Wiley of Redlands; two grandchildren, Richard N. and Keith R. Wiley, both of Redlands, and a sister. Mrs. Elizabeth Miller BoroU of Po- monoa. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow from the F. .\rthur Cortner chapel with Rev. Harry G. Suttner, the Congregational pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. In lieu of flowers, the family has asked that donations be sent to the Redlands Community Hospital Buildmg Fund, care of Lewis I. Pierce at Lester, Ryons Inc., 205 East State street. Open Tonight'Til 9 TEE MEN In our golf shirts by unsingwear The fellow on the right is golf pro Jack Burke, Jr. You know his friend, of course. V^Tien not golfing, he sings. They are both wearing Munsingwear's 2870 golf shirt of Vycron® polyester and cotton mesh. Stays fresh looking no matter what. Light as light. Adds comfort to your game. Try it next time you're out for tee formation. $5 See the Bmg Crosby Show every Monday nigh/, 9:30 p.m., E.T. over ABC-TV. W. Eugene Malone Roy L. Guin Everette J. Frankcn BANKAMERIURDJ for (JOOD C/ofAes n East State Street Since 1922 Dial 793-2505

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