Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 27, 1965 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, May 27, 1965
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Local Notes For Memorial Day Flowers Hockridge Florists will be open Sunday and Monday until noon. 106 West State, 793-133L x We're Moving June 1st to the new Redlands Plaza. Our moving special . . . assorted goodies at reduced prices. Marcella's Candies, 244 E. Citrus.x 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. State street. x Echo II In the West At 8:54 p.m. today Echo II will be west of Redlands, 39 de grees above the horizon, moving southeast. Warehouse Sale New furniture, used furniture, appliances, TV — Half-Price. 1006 No. Orange. 3 days only! x Soroptimists Need Used Books For information or pick-up call 793-5362 or 793-4645. X Draperies —Just For You! Norris Yardage & Draperies, 110 Orange St., Dial 793-3248. x Beat The Heat! Have your roof or window cooler serviced now. Call 797-6204. X Brush Fires Reported Redlands firemen extinguished two grass fires yesterday, the first of which was believed to have been intentionally set by youngsters. The first blaze was reported at 3:41 p.m. at Seventh street and the Santa Fe rail road tracks, the second at the rear of 601 N. Eureka street at 10:25 p.m. Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free Shop at Larry's Pamt House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! 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. Bake Sale—Friday May 28 9:00 a.m., Sage's. By Unity Mis- Bionary Baptist Ladies Auxiliary. Closed Memorial Day Pioneer Market; 124 Cajon St. X REDCO adds new member to staff Robert Melsh, a Riverside high school teacher, has been appointed to the administrative staff of the Regional Economic Development Council (REDCO), bringing the agency's full-time staff to three persons. F. Joseph Buckley, REDCO executive vice president, said Welsh's duties will consist of conducting basic economic research involving the REDCO communities of Redlands, Colton, San Bernardino and Rialto and analyzing and applying the data to industrial attraction projects. Melsh, 26, who will take over his new job next week, also will work on general staff assignments and supplementary public relations, Buckley said. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Blue cliips reduced early losses sharply today but the remainder of the market contmued lower. Du Pont wiped out an early 3-point loss and advanced sharply in the final hour. Eastman Kodak, Allied Chemical, Monsanto and Union Carbide continued easier. General Motors and Chrysler were point-sized losers in the autos. Steels were mostly frac tions lower. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs 30 ind 918.20 904.82 913.22 off 3.94 20 rrs 204.55 202.02 203.16 off 1.60 15 ull 160.64 158.75 159.71 off 0.73 65 stk 316.01 311.74 314.17 off 1.65 Sales today were 5.52 million shares compared with 5.33 million shares Wednesday. I.*; Most AcllTc Slocks (Dow -Jones Service. Coortesy LeAtcr. Kyons A Co.) ::il.> L'. stale Volume Close Chns. !i;l.!MMl Penick i Ford .... ^ni J. 7.'>,;ilHt Kaiser Ccm IC^ -r ~'i.?<10 Chrysler 4U -;8 —lis liS.loO Kastcrn .Air (17 + •3 .•»4,";i)0 West. Elec .»!••'» -}- r .D.IIKI SpicRCl :(«•"•« +1 4».S(10 Korvetle 43?! —354 4H,i;()ll Sperry Rand 13U 4(i.8(IO Amcr. T. i T. . 695^ nnch. 4;t.(i00 C.en. Motors 101 —lU 4i,i(10 K.C.A _. Vi\i — 41,400 Woolworlh 33Vi 40,300 Dresser led. —. AHV :l!),:)00 Com. Sat. oti.inO Burrought .... -f U . mi -3 ^i . 3T ,i + m Weather April 27 . April 28 . April 29 . April 30 , May 1 ... May May May May May May May May May 10 , May 11 ... May 12 ... May 13 ... May 14 ... May 15 ... May 16 ... May 17 ... Mav 18 ... May 19 ... May 20 ... May 21 ... May 22 ... May 23 ... May 24 ... Way 25 ... May 26 ... May 27 ... 92 95 96 88 82 73 66 70 70 70 63 76 81 84 85 69 65 - 70 88 95 91 87 85 84 77 69 63 66 77 84 ...... 93 Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son 55 56 59 53 50 54 48 43 44 51 44 40 45 46 49 55 53 53 49 51 54 54 53 54 55 43 51 52 52 51 51 .03 10.34 .10 10.44 .01 10.45 Memorial Day Monday to be local holiday Business, government and education will come to a halt in Redlands Monday as the city joms the nation in observing Memorial Day for commemoration of America's war dead. Officially, Memorial Day is Sunday, May 30, but when it falls on Sunday, the holiday traditionally has been observed on the following Monday. Banks, most downtown businesses, the city haU, the Post Office and the Redlands court will be closed in honor of the battle victims. However, some supermarkets will remain open, while others will be cbsed. In addition, all public, private and parochial schools in the city will not reconvene after the weekend until Tuesday. However, classes at the University of Redlands, where students are taking their final examinations, will go ahead on the altered final exam schedule. Adult education classes will not be held Monday evening. The A. K. Smiley PubUc Library will also be closed, as will the Chamber of Commerce. The Redlands Daily Facts will be published on a Saturday schedule but the business and advertising offices will be closed. In San Bernardino, all state UR Bulldog paper gets top award The University of Redlands student newspaper, the Redlands Bulldog, hes been given a Pacemaker award by t h e American Newspaper Publishers Association. The award indicates overall excellence among college newspapers. The judges cited the Bulldog for its in-depth reporting and thought-provoking editorials. It was one of five collegiate newspapers singled out for the award across the country. Tools sought by deputies in Yucaipa Sheriff's deputies are seeking about $700 worth of tools, including an expensive diamond- bladed tile-cutting saw, aban-' doned by two Redlands youths who allegedly stole a pickup truck in Yucaipa. The youths, ages 16 and 17, were taken into custody in connection with a series of auto thefts in San Bernardino and Riverside counties and a house burglary in Palm Springs. Following their arrest, one of the teen-agers led officers to a brush-covered area bordering Sand Canyon road north of Yu caipa boulevard where the tools, which were in the stolen pickup truck, were dumped. The tools, apparently picked up late last month or in early May by someone unaware that they were stolen property, belong to tUesetter Michael Emery, 12312 13th street, Yucaipa, deputies said. The Yucaipa sheriff's sub-station has requested anyone with information about the missing tools to contact the sub-station. Emery's stolen pickup was recovered in Redlands. Vital Records BIRTHS DAV'IS — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Davis, 13757 Harmony lane, Yucaipa, May 26, 1965, at Redlands Community hxjspital. GUY — Died in Las Vegas, Nev., May 24, 1965, Mrs. Neva (Baldwin) Guy, Overton, Nov., aged 59 years, native of Okla., and resident of Overton for 6 years. Former resident of Redlands for 40 years. Funeral services will be Friday 2 p.m., at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel. Rev. Vincent B. Wayland Sr., pastor of the Men-tone Congregational church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. LATTER — Died in Redlands, Calif., May 25, 1965, Mrs. Mary J. Latter, 1197 HoUy lane, Calimesa, aged 86 years, native of France, and resident of Yucaipa for 10 years. The remains wiU lie in state Friday 3 p.m. to Saturday noon at the Emmerson Yucaipa Chapel. Cremation in Montecito Memorial Park. Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. and county offices will also be closed. Special Memorial Day observances will include an 11 a.m. service at Hillsdie Memorial' Park, sponsored by the American Legion. In addition, legionnaries wiB decorate downtown streets with American flags. Loma Linda Postmaster 01 sen Wheeler announced that the Post Office there wiU be closed Monday for the holiday, but will remain open as usual on Sunday. Memorial Day was first ob served officially in 1868 on an order by Army General John A. Logan. It was originally designed to honor the victims of the Civil War but has become a day to commemorate the dead of all of America's wars. People's Column Keaders of the Facts srs Invited t» send their thoDshls en qoestlons of public Interest for use In tile People's Column. Please be brief. The writer's true name and address must accompany eacli letter though pen names arc permitted at tiie editor's discretion. Racial Discrimination Survey was a Service Editor Facts: The Human Relations Committee of the University of Redlands is to be commended for its investigation in determining the extent of racial discrimination in housing throughout the city of Redlands. Its recent initial study to aid those who are concerned with improving community human relations is a great service to all concerned. I The study ex-poses the hj^ocrisy that enshrouds Redlands and other surrounding communities. One might imagine the anguish of the Negro mother and father who has just been informed that their son, an able- bodied youth just entering manhood, has been called to defend his country. They also .know that it has been necessary !for him to seek a livelihood in a location other than Redlands if he desired employment other than menial labor. They also know that his chances of obtam- ing a dwelling outside of t h e city's ghettos are slim. If the respondents interviewed m the recent study were asked if they had any objections to .their men folk fighting beside [Negroes in Viet Nam or in any other section on this globe where there is fighting, what would be their response? One might imagine the anguish of the Negro parent who has just heard such assertions as "Redlands isn't ready for in- itegration," "Since Proposition 14 passed, we can teU people that we discrimiuated on racial basis, rather than doing it in a more subtle fashion as we did," "This apartment house is very friendly, and some of the people do Inot want Negroes for close friends," "We have a swimming pool here, and some of the people do not want a Negro swim- mmg in it," ad infinitum. Such expressions of self-righteousness and evidence of the myth of racial superiority are disgusting and sickening. Redlands and the rest of America becomes blem- • ished by the intolerance of [these so-called Christians and patriotic Americans. Did it ever occur to these people that Negroes and other ethnic groups have self-respect, pride, and are merely seeking decent surroundings? Did it ever occur to these people that Negroes — most Negroes — resent being contained within certain geographical locations? We all know it is wrong to assume "No Negro could purchase a $20,000 home even if the property was available . . .", or "Why should Negroes be so concerned with entrance into better residential areas? It is wrong to assume that one Negro who might be satisfied with his status quo existence is the "spokesman" for the entire race. Unfortunately, this person has accepted submissiveness so long until he is willing to tacitly comply with any expressed beliefs of those living in the past. More power to the Human Relations Committee of the University of Redlands. It is doing a great service for the community. We need the truth and we look to this great institution to present it to us. Harold H. Carr 841 Sharon road TREASURE HOUSE Your imused furniture or appliances will fmd a ready market through Classified Ads. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sundayl at Facts buUdlng, 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands. California. Founded October 83, 1890. 75th year. Entered as second class matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3, 1B78. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advance) By Carrier Delivery One Month 9 1.50 Three Months 4.20 Sli Months 8.30 One Tear 16.40 One Month One Tear _. By Man _| IJO _ 18.00 COPE CHEER LEADERS — These five smiling young ladies will be leading the cheers for Cope Junior high sports activities next fall. They were selected by a judging panel after several elimination sessions. Laurie Corwin, center, is head cheer leader- Others, from left, are Gayle Billhardt, Donna Gibson, Pom Alexander and Pam Leafhy. (Photo by Art Miller) Redlands Daily Facts Thurs, May 27, 1965 - 5 Chamber board clarifies industrial council role RHS students to elect class officers tomorrow Redlands High school sophomores and juniors tomorrow will elect their class executive officers and representatives for next year. The field was thinned down to 72 following preliminary elections held Tuesday. Running for future senior class president are Chris Martin and Jim Nagy. Vice presidential candidate are Merilee Bennett and Sandy Smith, while Patricia Newcomer and Karen Robinson are vying for secretary. Debbie Jane Fitzgerald is the lone candidate for treasurer. Presidential candidates for next year's junior class are Bill Burke and Bob Hauschild. Vice presidential hopefuls are Jim MacKenzie, and Laura Wimberly. Nancy Geeland and Barbara Huey are rumiing for secretary, and Rick Collier and Brian Craig are in the treasurer's race. The following 19 students are running for 12 representatives' post in next year's senior class: Don Griffitts, Jim Faragher, Jim Glaze, Glenn .'Vnderson, Ernest Diaz, Tim Lodge, Doug Verdieck, John Mercier, Jeff Mitchell, Gwen Murray, Pam Repp, Martha Elkins, Kathy Ide, Betsy Kassner, Kathy Greenway, Barbara Billick, Gail Carswell, Mona Scott, Sue Porch. Thirteen future juniors will be elected representatives from the fol'iowing 37 hopefuls: Pat Hahn, Kathy KUey, MoUie Keyes, Betty Hurley, Susie An- About People Diane Miller, daughter of Lf. Col. and Mrs. Verlin A. Miller, 435 Via Vista drive, has been appointed divisions editor for the 1965-66 school year of the student annual, the Chinook, at Washington State University. Miss Miller, a sophomore majoring in mathematics, is a member of Pi Beta Phi at WSU. David Merchant, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Merchant, 419 Sherwood, and a specialist 4th class in the army, is currently home on leave for a visit with his parents after serving in South Viet Nam for the past 14 months. He has been in the army for nearly two years. Upon expiration of his leave on July 1, ho will return to duty and an assignment in Germany. Mrs. Rodger D. Hembree (Cathy Huntington), daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Parker Huntington, 1024 West Fern avenue, will receive her teaching credential in June from the University of California at Santa Barbara and will teach history next year at La Colina Junior High school in Santa Barbara. She has also been initiated into Kappa Delta Pi, educational honor fraternity. drews. Randy Sue Brekke. Cynthia Callahan, Nancy DUthey, Debbie Kovitz, Gail Gaston, Betty Fisher, Joyce Dittemore, Linda Baker, Eileen Haggerty, Cathy Hendon, Mark Amegard, Pat Daniel, Bruce Atkins. Scott Griffiths, Richard Bottenberg, Gale Hawkes, Mike Cauthron, John Kackirsky, Marti Shorey, Barry Miller, Bob Man ning, Joe Solis, Mark WoUam, John Young, Sumner White, Linda Miley, Julie Rohiem, Jeannie Matthews, Gloria Siller, Donna Owen, Brenda McGaffigan, Nancy Sanchez. Sophomore officers for next year wUl be elected in September since the class membe/s are now attending junior high schools throughout the city. However, the representatives wUl be elected this sprmg. Former resident dies in Hevada, services here Funeral services have been arranged for 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary chapel for Mrs. Neva (Baldwin) Guy of Overton, Nevada, who died Monday in Las Vegas at the age of 59. Mrs. Guy had lived in Overton for six years. Before that time, she lived for 40 years in Redlands. She was a native of Oklahoma. She leaves her husband, Wal ter M. (Mac) Guy of Overton; one daughter, Mrs. Violet Holbrook of Agana, Guam, who was called back to this country because of her mother's death and who is in Redlands temporarily; two grandchildren, a isrother, Fred Story of Bell; and three sisters, Dorothy Nagel of Orange, Stella Rayfield of El Monte and Marie (Mrs. Philip) Henson of Redlands. Rev. Vincent B. Wayland Sr. of the Mentone Congregational church will conduct tomorrow's services. Interment will follow in Hillside Memorial Park. Cope selects next year's cheer leaders Five eighth grade girls have been selected by a panel of judges at Cope Junior high school to brmg out the best in school spirit at Cope atheletic events next fall. Picked as head cheer leader is Laurie Corwin, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Corwin, 804 Ser- pentme. The other four cheer leaders, selected from a large field of contestants, are: Gayle Billhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Billhardt, 110 Sunridge way. Donna Gibson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Gibson, 1331 W. Cypress avenue. Pam Alexander, daughter of Judge and Mrs. Ben Alexander, 340 Fountain avenue. Pam Leathy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Leathy, 603 Palo Alto drive. Whether Cope will have its usual top-notch athletic teams ne.xt season remams to be seen, but the cheer leaders are almost certam to work well together. For two of the gbls — Laurie and Pam Leathy — have been in school together since kindergarten, and Gayle, Donna, Laurie and Pam Leathy have known each other through school or church activities since first grade. A sharply difiried policy clarir fymg the role of the Redlands Industrial Development Council (RIDC) in promoting the city's economic development was unanimously adopted yesterday by the directors of the Chamber of Commerce. Retiring board president Joseph Enarson noted that the "need for clarification" became "acute . . . with the establishment of REDCO (Regional Economic Development Council)," which was organized to promote the economic development of the four-city area comprised of Redlands, San Bernardino, col­ ton and Rialto. He said the policy eliminates the question of "vrtien and if" REDCO should be informed about business and industrial prospects for this area. Director Henry Van Mou- werik, who described the policy as a "real good" measure, said it wiU "speU out the RIDC's responsibilities with regard to the Chamber, city government and the community. Under the policy, Chamber Manager Richard McHenry will be responsible only to the chamber's board of directors for carrying out the plans, programs and objectives of RIDC and will work closely with the mayor, city manager. Chamber president and RIDC chairman, yho will compose the RIDC advisory committee. McHenry ^vill report his activities regularly to the entiro RIDC membership but will not be "required to disclose the confidences of any prospects." The resolution states that McHenry, acting on behalf of the Chamber, "shall do all in his power to maintain open lines of communication between the Redlands Chamber of Commerce and other agencies established fsi the purpose of furthermg tht "economic development of t h e City of Redlands." "rhe KIDC advisory committee will determine, at its own discretion, the "advisability of referring specific prospects who may need additional assistance" to REDCO, the County Board o! Trade or other agencies designed for the industrial and economic development of the area. The resolution notes that the RIDC is "a recognized committee of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce and that its policies and activities "are governed by the Board of Di- records of the Chamber." Marina Davis dies at 74 Services for Mrs. Marma M. Davis, 2826 Adams avenue. Riverside, who died Sunday at the age of 74, will be held at 10:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Powell Arlington Chapel of the Magnolias in Riverside. Mrs. Davis is survived by five daughters, two sons, 12 grand children, two brothers and six sisters. Burial will be in the Olive Wood Cemetery, Riverside. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Who can help UR solve science teacher housing? Twenty top high school chemistry teachers from throughout the United States have been selected to attend a National Science Foundation course at the University of Redlands this summer. It's quite an honor. But it does pose a problem for the UR — and perhaps for the community, too. Nearly all these teachers have families. They're going to spend six weeks in California and the families, of course, want to take the trip. Where, then, will they live? The UR has its University Village, to be sure. But the village just isn't adequate hous­ ing for most adult families. The size ranges from couples up to five children. They are willing to pay the going rate for rentals. The Institute will be held June 19 to July 31. Its purpose is to help science teachers teach science better. One corporation uses the slogan, "Better living through chemistry." And the UR is hoping, that Redlanders will come to the rescue so that these guest teachers can have "Better living while doing their chemistry." The UR's "please help" phone is 793-2121, ext. 317. In Redlands Bowl Yucaipa high to hold gradyation June 18 Yucaipa Hugh School class of 1065 will graduate on' Friday night, June 18, in the Redlands Bowl according to the announcement made this week by Worden Nollar, principal. Senior activity dates have been outlined to the class members, starting with Honor Day today. The group traveled to the beach for this activity. Baccalaureate will be held in Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, May 27 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s 88$ 113s First grade ...4.7 6 4.33 4.12 3.65 Second grade.. 3.38 3.26 2.67 138s 163s 180s First grade 3.27 3.17 3.01 Second grade 2.58 2.74 Trend: Valencias higher in spots. the high school auditorium on Sunday afternoon, June 13, at 4:30 p.m. Practice for this service will be held on Friday afternoon, June 11, and caps and gowns will be distributed at this time. A class picture will also be taken on Friday afternoon. Awards and scholarships will be given to seniors at the Class Night program to be held in the school auditorium on Monday evening, June 14, at 7:30 p.m. Commencement exercises will be held at 7:30 p.m. with the students going to Disneyland for the traditional "grad" night party immediately after the program. Practice for the commencement program will be held on Friday morning, June 18, following the senior breakfast in the school cafeteria. Another important date for the seniors will be the distribution of yearbooks scheduled for Tuesday afternoon, June 15. Announcement of Funeral Services GLEN C. HINKLE Services 11 a.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. F.ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIOEAVL'Pf 2-1411 Announcement of Services GUY, Mrs. Neva (Baldwin) 2:00 p.m. Friday Redlands Chapel BE.4TTY, Clarence E. 3:30 p.m. Friday Valley Chapel Loma Linda LATTER, Mrs. Mary Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Bank nf REDLANDS BRANCH 20 West State Street EAST REDLANDS BRANCH 533 East Palm Avenue IIHX OFAHtmCAttATIONUTRt /STANO SAVINCS ASSOCIATIOK • HEMICK FE0CRAL DCFOSIT INSURANCE COHrOXATION

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