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Wednesday, May 26, 1965
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Local Nofes Warehouse Sale New furniture, used £urmture. appliances, TV — Haif-Price. 1006 No. Orange. 3 days only! x Brush Fires Flare Redlands firemen assisted state forestry personnel during the past day in subduing two brush fires which erupted in lliis area. The first blaze, reported at 6:13 p.m. burned about two acres of brush southeast of the city limits. A second fire at the county dump on Alabama street occurred at 1:44 a.m. today. Odds and Ends Sale of discontinued pieces of furniture, lamps, pictures. Slashed to ridiculously low prices for this warehouse sale. McEwen's, 17-21 W. Stale sU-eel. -x Church Rummage Sale Trinity Episcopal. Fern Fourth. Fri., May 28, 9-4. Delicious Char-broiled Burgers and steaks, Brookside Cafe, 1265 Brookside. Also Prime ribs, chicken and sea food. Reasonable prices. x Essick Cooler Pads Final campaign report $450,231 now raised for hospital addition Redlands Community Hospital building fund campaign reached a total of 3450,231.51 today when campaign workers reported S27.- 696 in cash and pledges at the final report breakfast at Sage's. The campaign is still short appro.ximalely S50,000 of the goal of S500,00. Lewis I. Pierce, campaign chairman and hospital president, told the workers: "There is still a possibility that we can surpass our $500,000 goal. Al- son and Mrs. Robert E. Morse. This division has reached a total of 542,700 which by percentage is the farthest above its goal of any division. Brunton Takes Over Mr. Pierce, who is leaving Friday for a vacation trip in Europe, appointed William A. Brunton, a leader in the campaign and a member of the hospital board, as acting campaign director during his absence. At the conclusion of the meet- though the cards of the big giv-j ing, William G. Moore, past ers have been about completed, &' there are still many prospect x'cards that have not been reported upon. We will make every effort to reach tlie goal so that we can properly finance our expansion program." Employes Pledge $15,075 Miss Eileen Farley, assistant administrator at the hospital, reported that employes of the hos- Free delivery, day or evening,| pita! have now pledged 815,075. - • - - - ' i.^yg g|.g sincerely apprecia- call 794-1130. Essick Roof coolers — your best buy in home cooling — by far. Ed Sampson Heating & Cooling, 1338 Wabash. X For Memorial Day Flowers Hockridge Florists will be open Sunday and Monday until noon. 106 West Slate, 793-1331. x Beat The HeatI Have your roof cooler serviced 797-6204. or window now, Call X We're Moving June 1st to the new Redlands Plaza. Our moving special . . . assorted goodies at reduced prices. Marcella's Candies, 244 E. Citi'us.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. Hinkle Service Friday Funeral services for Glen C. Hinkle will be held at 11 o'clock Friday morning from A University of Recilands student from Seattle, Galdys Rowland, will attend Chung Chi College in Hong Kong next year under an exchange program between the two institutions. Miss Rowland is completing her freshman year at Redlands. While she attends Chung Chi College next year. Miss Pang Chun Mui will come to Redlands the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, j in her place. Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastorj Both coeds pay tuition and of the First Presbyterian| fees at Uieir home colleges. Sev- sincercly live of this extraordinary response from those who realize our needs most," Nr. Pierce told i\Iiss Farley. "This represents a sacrifice upon the part of many of these people and their willingness to be so generous in their support is a heart-warming thing to all of us." Mr. Pierce again praised the accomplishments of division VII headed by Mrs. Donald J. Ache- president of the hospital, presented a gift from hospital officials and campaign workers to Mr. and Mrs. Pierce in recognition of their leadership in the campaign. "It is customary to express thanks to those who work in these community imdertakings, but it would be foolhardy to try to name all of the people because we certainly would inadvertently omit some," Mr. Moore said. "Instead we are making a symbolic expression of thanks to all and focussing it on the chairman of the campaign and upon his wife, both of whom have done so much to make the campaign a success." The gift was a silver candelabra with crystal bowl in the center. Report by Divisions Tlie report today by divisions was: Division I. A. Gordon Reyn olds, M.D. chairman. Quota $100,000, total reported $94,850, reported today $5,500. Division II. E. R. Larsen. chairman. Quota $100,000, total reported $129,762, reported today $7,000. Division HI. M. H. Emerich and E. L. Zander, co-chairmen. Quota $50,000, total reported $62,913.04, reported today $5,100. Division IV. Jack A. Beaver. Three women recovering after crash Three Redlands women hurt in a runaway-auto accident in front of Safety Hall were reported recovering today, two of them at Redlands Community hospital and the third at her home. Hospital officials said Mrs. E. D. Nickerson, 75, of 936 San Jacinto, driver of the car, was treated for cheek lacerations and an elbow injury and released. Mrs. Henry G. Clement, 82, of 1315 E. Colton, most seriously injured of the trio, was in "satisfactory condition" today. She underwent surgery yesterday chairman. Quote $40,000, total tor severe scalp lacerations re- reported $23,390, reported today $1,050. Division V. Robert L. Miller, chairman. Quota $30,000, total reported $22,793.75, reported today $1,450. Division VI. Elmer C. Parks, Jack N. Williams, co-chairmen. Quota $25,000, total reported $22,841.06, reported today $2,806. Division VII. Tirso G. Serrano, James W. Stanfill, co-chairmen. Chuck Dover making the report. Quota $25,000, total reported $17,923, reported today $1,287.10. Division VIII. Mrs. Donald J. Acheson and Jlrs. Robert E. Morse, co-chairmen. Quota $25.000, total reported $42,700, reported today $2,390. Division IX. W. A. Brunton chairman, no quota, total reported $33,053.50, reported today i $920. UR fo continue exchange wifh Chung Chi college Church will officiate. Norwood Funeral Funeral services for Mrs.| Margaret Miller Norwood were held at 11 o'clock Tuesday morning from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Harry G. Sutlner, pastor of Uie First Congregational church, officiated with interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Pallbearers were, Rodney Cranmer. Clem Ration, George Fisher, M. G. Adams, Dr. Walter Porter and A. B. Drake. eral UR campus groups help finance the trip of the exchange Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. May 26 lUPIl — Eggs: prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered I'a cents highen: AA extra large Sl^s-SQ^-. A extra large 3G '2 -:i8'-. AA large ^i '"?^dlu ;r'li ?i-^.r^ Mr. and Mrs. John A. Bristow. medium 23'L-2^'2. AA smau i8'j- 167 I'isher courl. C;ilimcsa, l;insimSrs: AA large ^^l^'y.^. 1365, at Loma Linda 42-JO. A large 39-45, AA medium! 'ho.^nilal. ^ ^^***"' ^'"^"-iSTKPIIENS — Barn, a son, to 34-J7, A small I , Pouury: Fr>ors 13, roasters 21-] I\lr. and Airs. Tommy II, 25. egg type hens delivered 4',-i;'. SciihCHS. 2.5869 Lomas Vci'dcS. wid. avg. at rancli 3-4-'* vtd.i ^ , avg. 3.94; turkeys: young toms 2.i.l Kealan<ls. Mnv 22. 19bD. at Vital Records BIRTHS LOCKWOOD—Born, a son. to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lockwood, 11816 Third street, Yucaipa. May 26. 1965. at Redlands Community hospital. RENCURREL — Born, a son, to I\Ir. and Mrs. Ronald B. Rencuircl 34554 Eureka avenue. Yucaipa, May 19, 1965. at Norton .Air Force Base hospital. DEE .N — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry D. Deen, 1225 Ohio street. Redlands, May 17. student to Hong Kong. Credit for work taken at the exchange school is accepted for graduation. Expressing an interest in learning about other cultures. Miss Rowland feels it is impossible to get to know other people unless one lives with them. Hong Kong, witli ils mixture of cultures, will be an excellent place to meet a variety of nationalities, she said. .Although she is undecided about her major field of study. Miss Rowland intends to take some sociology courses wliile at Chung Chi. During her first year at Redlands, Miss Row-land has been active in choir. Baptist Student Fellowship, French singing group and Sokti, freshmen women's club. The current Redlands exchange student at Chung Chi, the Chinese University of Hong Kong, is Miss Tally Wilson, a junior from West Covina. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, May 26 (UPP 1965. at Loma Linda hospital. I ^.g^gn^gli,,;,' b ^j^^ BRISTOW - Born, a son, tol^,,,, „^.^^^ markets: 56s 72s 88s 113s First grade... .4.25 4.09 3.85 3.36 138s 163s 180s First grade 3.07 3.08 3.09 Trend: Valencias steady. yearlings lE-lS, young hens 27. Weather April 26 . April 27 . April 28 . April 20 . April 30 . May 1 ... May 2 ... May 3 ... May 4 ... May 5 ... May 6 ... May 7 ... May 8 ... May 9 ... May 10 ... May 11 .. May 12 ... May 13 ... May 14 .. May l.-i .. May 16 .. May 17 ... May IS .. May 19 .. May 20 .. May 21 .. May 22 .. May 2:i .. May 24 .. May S,"! .. May 2S Temp. 24 Hours 92 .•17 02 55 05 56 Oli 59 S3 53 82 50 73 54 66 48 70 43 70 44 70 51 68 44 76 40 SI 4,-j "".03 84 46 85 49 69 55 65 53 '.10 70 53 S3 49 95 51 91 54 S7 54 •„:, 53 R4 54 77 55 69 43 63 51 66 52 .01 77 52 84 51 Sen-, son I iryer roasters 24.| L.rjma Linda hospital. rOWER — Born, a daughter, to i\Ir. and Mrs. Llo.vd Power, 32395 Kentucky street. Yu- cr.ina. M;iy 20, 1985, at Loma LiiiJa hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED MtTCriELL-KlNGSLEY — Gary C. ]\[itchell. 27, Van Nuys; and Betty J. Kingsley, 19, Red- land.s. HARRISON-SAYLOR — Richard L. Harrison, 27. and Wilda S. Savior. 31; both Yucaipa. 10:34! EARNEST-SMITH — Edgar A. Earnest, 46. Banning; and Louise M. Smith, 38, Redlands. CAMPBELL-JOHNSON — Everett G. Campbell, 20. and Marv C. Johnson, 19; both Rixlfamls. IDILDINE-ADAMS — Owen M. DiUline Jr., 25, and Elisabeth i\Ln'y .-Vlams. 23; both Men- toiio. (Issued in Las ARTH - HENDERSON — Ronald Eric Arth. 22, Redlands: and Patricia Ann Henderson. 18. Colton. (Issued in Las Vegas) HOLLIS-LOPEZ — Jessie W. Hollis. 19. La Puenle: and Lonisa Lopez, 19, Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas I Baptist group to give report on convention 10.45 j Who says Redlands is 'cifified' "I must be ill, that can't really be a deer standing in my front yard." But Mrs. Vincent Murone, 313 South avenue, wasn't ill and there was, indeed, a deer in her front yard "munching on our Ajuga" shortly before 8 a.m. today. She thought at first it had to be B pony. It was about that size. A young deer, she guesses. To have proof of her story, she quickly called her son, Vincent, 13, who can also report he saw the creature and that it was a deer, not some other critter. A neighbor, too, saw it head across the field after it shied away from the Murone front yard. When last seen, it had entered an orange grove at South and Ford. It'll likely be in someone else's yard soon. Redlands may be getting bigger, but it's obvious the hills still aren't too far away. ceived when her head struck the windshield of the car as it plowed into a palm tree on Brookside about 11:20 a.m. yesterday. The other passenger in the car, Mrs. George Fisher, 78, of 523 Wahiut, was reported in "good condition" at the hospital where she was treated for facial lacerations and an elbow injury. -According to police, Mrs. Former Hillcrest Inn site Planners approve new 43-unit motel project .A site plan and elevation drawings for a 43-unit Imperial "400" motel on the west side of Orange street, just north of the Redlands Freeway, were approved yesterday by the City Planning Commission. The action, however, is subject to commission review and approval of signs to be erected in connection with the proposed motel. Planning Director W. C. Schindler recommended commission approval of the site plan submitted by Frank Schneider and Assoc. with minor changes. According to Schindler, the rear portion of the motel units on which painted signs will be prohibited, will be solid plaster with no windows facing either the freew'ay or abutting properties. The location of the proposed motel is on the site of the former Hillcrest Inn, which was demolished about one year ago. Paul Tudor, manager of the Redlands Travelodge Motel, was present at yesterday's meeting Needed land HcKioley school Nickerson said she thought the and noted during discussion ol transmission was in reverseuhe proposed Imperial "400" fa- when she started up the car injcjijiv that Redlands "is not a the parking lot of F. Arthur! n,o(ei town." Cortner Chapel, where the trio had attended a funeraL The car shot through a hedge bordering the lot, struck another car, ripped out a palm tree in tlie divider island and slammed head-on into a larger palm on the north side of Brookside. Clement to hold first fashion, art show Clement Junior High school's first annual fashion show, shop demonstration and art exhibit will be held on the campus Thursday evening, it was announced today. The affair will start with a ,band concert at 7 p.m. in the The last barrier in the way j campus mall. •• ' ' This will be followed by a of construction of new classrooms at McKinley Elementary school was cleared away las' night by the Redlands School Board. 7:30 assembly at which parents Tudor, who said he was not at the meeting to oppose the proposed new motel in any way, told the commission: "The motels we have now are not setting the world on fire, although w'e are operating in the black." In other action yesterday, the commission recommended approval of a request by Robert I. Stem to split property on the northwest corner of Citrus and Judson in connection with a shopping center application. The .Planners also endorsed a proposed "Alinor Subdivision" ordinance which will be considered on June 17 by the County Planning Commission. In connection with the proposed ordinance, Schindler noted the importance of stringent standards in the county since non-regulation results in under- velopable remnant lands in the form of strips and islands. "These conditions produce serious problems as the intensity of land use increases," he said. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., May 26, 1965 - 5 Board approves $550,000 cost for building S.AN BERNARDINO (CNS) Expansion of quarters of the higjiway and flood control departments, at a cost of 5550,000. was approved Monday by the County Board of Supervisors. The Board had previously agreed to spend S275.000 for the expansion of the biulding on 3rd street, but C. W. JMcCoIlugh, public works department chief, said the amount would not come near what will be needed. Martin A. Nicholas, county en- N.Y. Stocks The Trustees purchased a piece properly at 236 Michigan street from Mrs. Goldie I. Cox for S13.000, The land Ucs on the eastern side of the block in which the school is Ivcaled. School authorities plan construction of another classroom building on the campus to take care of increased enrollment. Bill Gibson, assistant superintendent for business, explained! that the Cox property was the last of four purchacs necessary to begin construction. Officials al,so plan to purchase the remaining property on the block to provide added playground space. I will be directed to the areas inlgineer, head of the liighway and I which they can see garments j flood control departments, said I made in sewing classes, and | the expansion would provide demonstrations of shop work. | space to meet the needs up to In addition, art creations and 1975. The 5550,000 will go for ad- shop projects will be on display, dilions on tlie ground floor and Refreshments will be served, construction of the second floor, by the Clement PTA at the'to be improved later. The total close of the evening's events.' ai-ea is 54.000 squai-e feet. People's Column Readers of lie Facts are InrlteS t» send their thoughts on queittions of public interest for use in the People's Column. Please be brief. The writer's true name and address must accompany each letter thouch pcD names ars permitted at tne editor's discretion. Oswald Case Does Not Justify Gun Hysteria Editor Facts: The assassination of President Kennedy has produced waves of hysteria over mail order guns. Yet, the Warren Report states that Oswald alone, obsessed with the desire to kill the president, carried out his act. The fact that he used a mail order 5.5 m.m ItaUan, war surplus rifle is incidental. Had the ownership of firearms been forbidden in the U.S., he could have stolen a weapon from a police car, or a National Guard Armory or museum. He could have dropped a napalm from the high window. Gun laws are stiff in New York and in the District of Columbia. Still, many of the crimes coniinillcd there involve the use of guns. These laws all but prevent of guns by the legitimate owners for any purpose, including self- defense in one's own liome. In some cases, the penally for using a gun for self-protection is more severe than the crime one is trying to protect himself against. A report by J. Edgar Hoover of the FBI finds that the availability of firearms is not an influencing factor in the commission of crime. Many of us enjoy the recreational use of guns. The right to buy and use them should not be further restricted. John R. Carlock 1311 College avenue About People Bernard Muffley, of San Bernardino Valley college faculty member, has been selected to attend a special institute in anthropology this summer at the University of Colorado. The lU- week session, under sponsorship of the National Science Foundation, will begin Jime 14. NEW YORK rUPI) — Thermometers on Wall Street hit new 1965 highs today but the stock market gave up a good! start to finish in the red. Losses in Union Carbide and .Alhed Chemical offset another good rise in Du Pont. Eastman Kodak's early pomt-sized gain was trimmed to a fraction. General Motors and Chrysler weakened in the aulos. Slude- baker continued on the down- track. Steels were fractionally liigher at first but then drifted off. SIMULATED FIP^ES TRAIN FORESTERS TEANECK, N.J. (UPD—How can you teach a forester to fight fires without giving him a forest to practice on'.' The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Forest I Services does it with a new optical device known as a fire simulator. The device projects a variable moving picture of flame and smoke, and responds to the decisions of fire-fighting ; trainees. "It's a new way of playing with fire without getting burned," says Thomas A. Wood, president of Decision Systems, Inc.. of Teaneck, manufacturers [ of the device. Delegates and visitors who attended the annual meeting of the American Baptist Convention in San Francisco last week i Stock Averages wiU present then- report to thei Low Close Chngs church tomorrow at 7 p.m^ 'rSO ind 927.48 915.09 917.11 off 3.i9 the Fellowship Hall of the First Baptist church. Featured in the report will be informal movies taken by iMrs. Ward MiUer in San Francisco, discussion of action on key resolutions, comments on inspirational addresses, the "Djmamic Dialogues," "Operation 0 u t- reach," and other business. Thirty-five members of the TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Jim offers finest Glaze you the quality used cars in this area JIM GLAZE Our lot is loaded with some of the finest used cars you'll find anywhere ... and at prices that we've set to SAVE YOU HUNDREDS OF DOLLARS! '61 COMET Custom 2-'Door 20 rrs 206.51 204.58 204.76 off 1.67 15 ull 161.13 159.59 160.44 up 0.18 i 165 Slk 318.77 315.06 315.81 off 1.37 Sales today were 5.33 million shares compared with 4.95 million shares Tuesday. I.l Most .Active stocks <I)o«-.Tiines Service. Courtesy Lester. Uyons i Co.) L. stale Announcemenf of Services PARKER, Arthur S. 11:00 a.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel L.\TTER, Mrs. Mary Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel GUY, Neva Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Announcemenf of Funeral Services GLEN C. HtNKLE Services 11 a.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER R. Drama Trio, made up the Redlands contingent at San Francsieo. Dr. Ivan B. Bell, pastor, announced today that the public is invited to share in the Convention presentation, which will be preceded by a share-a-dish dinner at 6:25 p.m. \'oIiime Close Chnc :»)(*.:»{) Consol. Cic. unch. Amer. T. & T. .. 1.. Uonlworth - 1., Thiokol (;ii.-.Mio Sperry Rand — <:(i .l (io Pan Am. Sulph. unch. F.M.C. Corp. ,. '0 unch. ,".i.;^mi Kastcrn Air. (M —;5 i;.i«n Pan Ain. Sulph. — 44.4m> Gen. Motors . 10--!'* _ 4:t.ii<i(> Schick unch. Tire . -zi 1 .. :!*.*iini Gen. Tel .. tO'i — U 'Hi.fW» Xerox 1 -11. Polaroid . .. (id-K -1 AETNA C & S CO. EMPLOYER'S GROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "YOUR PROlECIION IS MY BUSINESS" JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 416 E. 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