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s f L r ect y res dstd Swim Interrupted , REDLANDS Three boys, 13. 14 and 15, had their clothes off and we're just about rgady for a erne rOUNTY NEW 5 ABSENTEE BALLOTS AVAILABLE; VOTERS GET REASSURANCE REDLANDS Along with notice that applications for voting , -"N.R-'i.f,;' retreshing dip in the filtering plant tank at Greenspot Sunday afternoon oods Uirodleir Way when police interrupted the swim, according to records. The boys told officers their parents were visiting MR Wednesday, October 15. 1952 in the area. They said they didn't know anything about regulations against swimming there. abseentee ballots will be available beginning Wednesday, Red-lands City Clerk Harry R. Whaiey said he wants to reassure most voters that they can vote. HIGHLAND AREA NEWS Copt. Killen Stationed With Europe Fearful Of Rearmament, Speaker Says REDLANDS Russia, above all Army Highway Unit in Korea Whaiey said that dozens of i persons are stopping ' in each j week asking if they are going to be able to vote. Some of them ; are becoming quite alarmed be- cause they didn't vote in the pri- j mary election and are afraid ! dents' Club of San Bernardino-Riverside Counties will be held on Oct 1o$3500 OFF 22 at the home of Mable Weaver in San Bernardino. There will be a ON 1951 MODELS WEDGEWOOD potluck dinner, followed by a Hal Loma Linda HARLOW'S Piy $ Witkly else, fears rearmament of Germany. At the same time, the resl of Europe is fearful of the consequences of German rearmament, according to Dr. Robert G. Neumann. Dr. Neumann opened the World Affairs Lecture Series Monday night at the University of Redlands Memorial Chapel with his talk, "German Rearmament Key to War or Peace." The audience was small but attentive. Schools Supt. Ross B. Speer, who introduced the speaker, noted that about 35 high school students attended. 'TRUMP CARD' Russia hopes to make the issue of German rearmament a diplomatic football as long as possible. they will be disqualified Nov. 4 at the polls, said Whaiey. "They have nothing to worry about, as long as they voted in the 1950 general or primary election," said the city clerk. Of course, it is too lata to register now. But for persons properly registered who expect to be out of town at election time, absentee ballots may be obtained between Oct. 15 and Oct. 30 at the county clerk's office, election department, at the County Courthouse in San Bernardino. "The absentee, ballots are not available in Redlands," Whaiey stressed. Heater Permit Deadline Hears &C Green Stamp loween party and secret sisters will be -revealed at that time. Eula Young won the special prize which was a hand crocheted doily, and Edna Crawford was awarded the mystery prize which contained a handkerchief. The next meeting was announced for December and this will be held at the home of Eula Young and will be the Christmas party. Two games were played, one including he scrambled names of presidents, and Mrs. Belinda Baker, the Gold Star mother of the Highland unit, won first prize in both. The hostess served light refreshments at the close of the meeting. Those present were Belinda Baker, Doyne Keyser, Carolyn Foxen, Edna Crawford, Eula Young, Elfreda Brown and Kathryn Mcintosh. BOARD MEETING SET 0'KEEFE & MERRITT rS' WEEKLY It is a trump card that Russians want to keep off the table for as Harlow's LOMA LINDA 'C Grltn Sttmst long as they can, said the speaker. He said that the danger of an international war are greatly lessened while chances of survival have increased for Europe. Highland Woman's Club will be- REDLANDS Regardless of ru HIGHLAND Capt. Ross B. Killen, husband of Theda Killen, and son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Parks, is now stationed in Seoul, Korea, according to late word received by his family. Capt. Killen left here about Aug. 8, sailing from San Francisco a, few days later. When out in mid-Pacific they had an interesting experience their ship being the one which stopped in mid-oc'ean to transfer a serviceman to another ship which was coming to San Francisco. His return to the homeland was made so that he might get to his home in the Middle West where his wife and one child were critically ill and one child" had been kjlled in an accident, the story of which was widely publicized. Capt. Killen kept busy and interested on the voyage across as he headed a group of officers who did administrative work throughout the trip. They had lots of damp foggy weather but otherwise a good trip. FORMERLY IN KOREA .He is now commanding officer of a highway movement control division. He states that they are very comfortably domiciled in a large lwo-story house with the officers and their work occupying the second floor. The young Army officer has been in Korea before, having been stationed in Seoul at the close of World War II as transportation officer. His following assignment took him to the other side of the world when he was stationed for 14 months in Europe. He spent last winter at Fort Eelvoir, Va., the family living in Washington, D.C. They returned to California where he enjoyed a few week's rest and visit before he left for the Pacific. No dependents are allowed in Korea but if. he is later stationed in Japan, his wife and son Britt will join him. Mrs. Killen spent a year with her husband in Europe, their young. son having been born in Austria. She and Britt are with her parents here at the present time. RANNEY SERVICES mors to the contrary, deadline for obtaining orchard heater permits What Europe is afraid of is that is Nov. 1, Stuart M. George, county j Germany, rearmed, will overshadow Europe and that the nation orchard heater control officer, cau- j tioned Tuesday morning. I might seek her old frontiers. Germany, for the moment, is very He said that some growers had re-; ceivedthe impression that the dead-' FOR CHRISTMAS Patrol Officer Henry Gerner adjusts a bearing on one of the many unclaimed bicycles at the Redlands Police Station, preparatory to turning it over to the Fire Department for finishing touches and paint. It will be given to a Red-lands child at Christmas. The drive for repairable toys began Monday. Repairable Toys Sought as '52 Christmas Project Gets Started tired of war, said Dr. Neumann line had been set for Dec. 1. There I RENT A REFRIGERATOR RANGE or WASHER From HARLOW'S LOMA LINDA ij'K Creea Stomps He quoted Joseph Stalin as that "with Germany we can is actually less than three weeks j to comply with the new city "anti-; not lose: without Germany we can not win," in pointing out that Rus smudge" ordinance, he warned. Letters of warning were slated' to go into the mails Wednesday j sia, too, is not ready for a war. FEW COMMUNISTS Dr. Neumann said that Commu REDLANDS Redlands police from the 1951 Community Christ- host to the San Bernardino County Federation Board meeting on Friday, Oct. 24. Registration and nf-fee at 9:30 a.m. at the clubhouse. The meeting will be called to order at 10 a.m. in the Social Hall of the Congregational Church. The speaker will be presented at 10:30 and will be Mrs. Gerald Whitaker, State vice president and State legislation chairman. Luncheon will be served at 12 :30 and reservations must be made by Oct. 22 with Lydia Phy Garner, HE 8-3065. The afternoon will be devoted to business and reports of County chairmen. Miss Ella B. Wygant is chairman in charge of the coffee hour and Mrs. E. M. Whittemore will serve as luncheon chairman. Mrs. Elfreda Brown was honored at the last meeting of Gate City Chapter, Order of Eastern Star, upon having been a member of the Chapter for 25 years, and she was presented with a 25-year pin. Mrs. Nellie Carter Cram attended the Chapter meeting with Mrs. Brown. LIONS SLATE SESSION nist sympathy in Germany is much officers checked a few bearings on ' mas shop lower than in France and Italy These gifts were chosen by the parents and given in the home, stressing a home-centered Christ mas and giving parents the joy of MijiLWKuiwiiJi u mum if . jm M fl. giving to their children. bicycle wheels and firemen were busy with saws, wrenches and paint brushes Tuesday as the annual toy repair project for Christmas went into motion. Firemen, who have been saving' toys not used last year in the repair shop at the station, brought out a collection of bikes, scooters, morning to inose oi me some .iuu Redlands growers who will be affected by the new ordinance, said George. George said that more and more growers were visiting him during his office hours at the Redlands City Hall 9 to 12 noon Tuesdays and Thursdays but that there are many who may be caught in the last minute rush. Growers who haven't, taken advantage of the free testing and servicing of thermometers by the Fruit Frost Service of the Weather Bureau offices at Pomona, have She listed the following Redlands social agencies which help to take the bleakness out of Christmas: County Welfare Department, City Set It. Forget it. Nurse, House of Neighborly Serv baby buggies, wheelbarrows, dolls os nfi,D7,rti,i that n r. ice, American Red Cross, Mission Maytag does all the work. See It today. Z.fC Green Stamps ary Msiers, acnooi iurse, salvation Army and Family Service As iy Termi He also pointed out that Russia has never attacked in the past without a superiority of men of 7 to 1 and has never withstood an attack with a superiority less than 3 to 1. Many Europeans are afraid of America's blundering into a war or getting into it through fellow-travelers. Most of Europe is resentful of the attempt to rearm Germany, which it feels will be bound to dominate sooner or later, said Dr. Neumann. Because Russia is so terribly afraid of rearmament in Germany, there is no indication of any imminent attack. Allied troops are more nmerous in Germany - than are Russians, which also would forestall an outright attack until strength has been built up, he added. WANT UNIFICATION Above all else, Germans ivant 1 only Wednesday left to get the sociation. Funeral services for W. V. Ran- . airs. Hesser said that the 558,instrumems delivered ney will be held at 10:30 o'clock Highland Lions Club will learn of the grape industry in California at the regular luncheon meeting to be children last year seem to be the 21 Y Central, Phone 6-3134 Loma Linda- HARLOW'S APPLIANCE STORE Open Sundays and Evening! Wednesday morning at the Em-merson Chapel on Brookside Avenue in Redlands. The Rev. W paired and set to work. BEGAN MONDAY Firemen are spending each afternoon repairing and repainting, once the routine jobs of keeping fire-fighting equipment are out of the way. Their part o the project began Monday. Spearheading the drive for used toys that are in repairable condition are Glen Pry and Walter Vaughn, co-chairmen of the annual American Legion effort. They say Clinical tests at Memorial Cancer Center in New York" have shown that certain forms of cancer of the breast and prostate gland can now be controlled temporarily and irregularly by steroid John Parker, pastor of the High held on Wednesday at 12:15. The guest speaker will be Jaques Rosenthal of Los Gatos, who is sales supervisor of the Almaden Vineyards. Rosenthal will be accompanied to the Lions luncheon by Charles Saffell of Los Angeles, "minimum of families needing this help." She appealed for those half-forgotten and unused toys that lie about in the house, garage, attic or yard of many, Redlands families. OFFICERS COLLECTING . A professional job is done by the fire department, which repairs all the toys. The police department stands ready to make any collec- (POLITICAL ADVERTISEMENT) who is southern division manager But Ut will take weeks to get the work reunification of their country western Germany rearmament is done in time for Christmas. They land Congregational Church, will officiate with Dr. Willis E. Smith of San Bernardino assisting. ' Past Presidents Club of Highland American Legion Auxiliary held its bi-monthly meeting at the home of Kathryn Mcintosh at the corner of Fifth and Lankershim Streets. The president, Elfreda Brown, presided. The principal business was the annual election of officers. Kathryn Mcintosh was named president and Doyne Keyser was elected secretary-treasurer. Announcement was made that the District Past Presi- OVER 80 USED REFRIGERATORS to Pick from NAME YOUR PRICE HARLOW'S APPLIANCE STORE Green Stamps 219 Central Phone 6-313 Loma Linda incompatible with German reunifi made an appeal for immediate con- jtions of toys and deliver them to tributions. ithe fire department. Seeing that these children have of the company. The Christian Homebuilders class of the San Bernardino Calvary Baptist Church will hold its annual dinner at the Highland Woman's clubhouse on Oct. 18 with the local Woman's Club catering. Mrs. Lewis Teague, catering chairman of the club, will be in general charge of the banquet. According to Mrs. Viella C. Hesser of the Family Service Association, some 558 Redlands children were given toys and good clothing a merry Christmas wHll take the co-operation of the entire community, said Mrs. Hesser. E L E C T HILLIARD TO TELL OF STREAMLINING COURTS RIVERSIDE COUNTY NEWS UP TO Mattie Warren was installing cation, the speaker declared. Some 50 or 60 divisions would be needed in Europe to overcome a Russian attack, and to reach that strength Germany would have to participate. This is being bucked by other countries and the Johnson Committee in Congress, among others, is finding that America is lagging behind in supplying her own forces fully. Some Europeans question that Germany can be rearmed without creating another German army. They have asked for fighting units of less than division size, combined in a European army. This plan has the disadvantage of having a fighting unit below its effective size. Germans also object to, and are extremely sensitive to, being placed in a position in which they are not accepted as equals, said Dr. Neumann. TREATY IMPERATIVE PHYSICAL EDUCATION HEAD NAMED FOR UCR GEORGE R. SEALS ON 1951 MODELS i Olivetta Ward, junior past noble', grand, was initiated into the club; with Belle Bosshard and Wathenal Greenslade conducting the cere- If the PCC is 'big- .- RIVERSIDE The appointment Conference YUCAIPA San Bernardino Superior Court Judge Carl B. Hilliard will speak on "Streamlining Court Procedure" Thursday night at 8 at the Educational Building of the Yucaipa Methodist Church. Hilliard is the Republican candidate for Congress. The pfflblic is invited to the meeting. - AT IKE RECEPTION 1ST DIST. COUNTY SUPERVISOR NOV. 4, 1952 time' we shall never qualify for it. "Our interest is in a much small er conference where we have a BIG REPLACEMENT ALLOWANCE ON YOUR OLD REFRIGERATOR V UiJ Regardless af Type TO $100 mony. A gift from the club was presented to Mrs. Ward. Secret pals were revealed and new ones chosen. Refreshments reasonabe chance of doing reason UP TO ably well in competition." Brig. General and Mrs. Carl were served. of Prof, Jack E. Hewitt to the post df director of physical education at UCR, to become effective . Jan. 1, was announced Tuesday by Provost Gordon S. Watkins. Hewitt is currently associate supervisor of physical education on the UCJBerke-ley campus. . "The University of California at Riverside is fortunate in securing the services of Professor Hewitt as director of physical education," He continued, "It is our hope to engage in inter-collegiate sports PIANOS WANTED Cash for Your GRAND, SPINET or UPRIGHT HOLLEY & JACKSON 233 Cajon St.. Redlands Ph. 4.6391 with neighboring colleges such as Bank were guests recently at a reception in honor of General and Mrs. Dwight Eisenhower, held at the Ambassador Hotel, Los Ange The speaker brought out the fact Pomona, Occidental, Whittier and Indio Equestrian fo eous Redlands. For this reason we plan that the American-inspired treaty to maintain the same high stand-1 drawn up at Bonn has not yet been ftk marv les. Gen. Bank and Mrs. Bank flew to Retain Hunt Trophy ards of requirements as the South- ratified by any one of the partici Watkins said. "A long canvass of era Conference has introduced. 0 Needles Friday with Representa pants but America. Victory means nothinsr without ratification, and REDLANDS Mrs. Theda Brad tive Stewart Hinckley, where Gen. Bank was speaker at a Republican rally. ratification appears most unlikely now, he said. ley of Indio won the V. P. Hunt permanent trophy again Sunday at Following the lecture, Gwynn the field convinced us that on the Berkeley campus of the University we had just the man we wanted." - Speaking of the type of athletic program to be pursued at UCR, Dr. Watkins commented: "I would like to disillusion anybody who thinks we will ever be big enough or good enough to enter the Pacific Coast the Redlands Mounted Police gymkhana at La Carrera Field, her Bland asked the speaker if Gen. third win in as many years. She Eisenhower had approved the rearmament. He answered that the will now keep the trophy. The presentation was made fol bidder inside, Small- outside general was on record only as in favor of a European army through lowing a barbecue breakfast. The rearmament. trophy had been won by Mrs. E. Campbell twice in the past for The speaker criticized American "Professor Hewitt will create here not only a first-class program of physical education and intramural sports, but will gradually develop a plan of intercollegiate athletics of which both the university and the community will be proud." Hewitt was one of two members of the 1928 graduating class at the Berkeley campus to be assigned directly to teaching and coaching on the college level. During his three years on the University of Oregon staff, his swimming teams broke four records and won the Northern Division conference championship. Hewitt completed work for his master's degree at the University of Oregon. He joined the Berkeley faculty in 1942, teaching athletic and theory courses, serving as ma The Yucaipa Odd Fellow and Rebekah Lodges held a joint pot-luck dinner in the IOOF Hall Saturday, the first of a series 'of good fellowship projects. Dates of other meetings will be announced later. MRS. YORK INSTALLED The Past Noble Grands. Club of the Yucaipa Rebekah Lodge met recently at the home of Mrs. Gordon Greenslade. Mrs. Elma Jones was in charge. Elsie York was installed president, Lois Nelson, vice presid2nt, Viola Haddock, secretary, Tlda Jones, treasurer and Helen Campbell, chaplain. Iris Murphy was installing officer foreign policy in that it is not characterized by flexibility. gathering most points in the women's division. An Invitation To Meet and Share a Delightful Evening of Comedy With the Inmates of "THE CLOISTERS" as THE REDLANDS FOOTLIGHTERS Present "THE CURIOUS SAVAGE" (Center Staged) GROVE THEATRE Oct. U, 17. It, 23. 24. 25 Reserve Tickets at G air's $1.50. $1. 00. 50c, Tax Incl. A Benefit for Optimist Boys' Ranch He said that there is a pacifist Many of the group enjoyed a ride in the open area of the Santa Ana 10-YEAR GUARANTEE Free Installation movement in Germany, although small, and that troops marching River bottom during the day. Daggett and Yermo Lead in yAuto Entries BARSTOW Number of cars entering the State through the Yermo and Daggett checking stations during September totaled 74,131, according to a report of the State Department pf Agriculture. ; That number far exceeded any other station, with Truckee the 1 1 III What's Doing WEDNESDAY 8 a.m. Redlands Real Etat board, La Posada. 2 p.m. Past Noble Grands Cfub, Hull home. 525 San Mateo St. across German soil since 1648 in a series of wars has brought . on an unhappiness v with the goose-step. He said there were 8 million men in the last war who have no more enthusiasm for the army. FOLLOWED 'FALSE GODS' Virtually all men between 30 and 70 today were in the war, as well as most women, he said. Soldiers tent that she is a much-wooed partner today. America has no particu jor adviser for physical education JLZ f- MiMmill Mllll lit students and directing the aquatic and golf programs. Hewitt earned his doctor's degree lar love for Germany, but needs her for strength against Russia. The contest for Germany's soul is largely won, .said Dr. Neumann. 'ON EDGE OF SEAT' 6:30 p.m. AAUW Study group, pot-luck dinner, Alexander home, 003 E. Citrus Ave. 7:30 p.m. WSCS meeting at First Methodist Church. 7:30 p.m. Woman's Chorus registration, choir room. Clock Auditorium. 8 p.m. Eastern Star, Masonic Temple. who gave up much returned ex in 1942 at the University of Oregon. He is a past president of the Ore LITTIE OR no DOWN PAYMENT PAY AS 5161 PER gon Association for Health, Physi HEW TERMS The fear that the state within pecting some sort of gratitude. But they were not victorious and were told they had followed false gods and to forget it, said Dr. Neumann. the state may someday overshad cal Education and Recreation, and is currently associate editor of the WEEK ow the good done now and that LOW AS Germany will go after her old east ! Research Quarterly of the American Association in that field. Since 193S he has helped direct We Carry Your Contract Ourselves the University of California Chil NEW DODGE CARS - Beautiful Roomy Easy to Drive IN LOW-PRICED BRACKET SERVICE MOTOR CO. nearest contender. Total cars entered through Truckee was 48,-242. ; Stages entering the State through Daggett numbered 255, while Yermo admitted 416. ; Commercial trucks totaled 665 through Daggett and 2,269 through Yermo. The Daggett checking station admitted 21,759 cars and the Yermo checking station passed 52,372 cars. . The .September total dropped somewhat from that of August, which was 85,733 cars entering he State through the two dren's Recreation School, which of fers athletic instruction to 300 youngsters every 'summer. Hewitt Along with resentment for the feeling of collective guilt against them, they built up a defense mechanism which shoved the blame onto military shoulders. When the blame settled on the Nazi leaders, curiously enough, the masses, too, felt unjustly accused. They now seek restoration of the soldier's honor and "demand an equal status with other countries. Germany, largely destroyed in 1945, has recovered to such an ex- and west frontiers, resulting in another war, is keeping Europe on the edge of its seat, he commented. ' Europe feels that a defensive alliance against Russia is good only when Germany is not in it, he said. Hosts and hostesses for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Crosthwaite, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Brown, Mrs. J. J. Suess and Miss Edith Hill. is also active in Scouting. A book on diseases of the eye, written in the Eleventh Century by an Arabian ophthalmologist, is said still to be in use among physicians of the Near East. - PLYMOUTH Redlands DODGE 117 W. Citrus Ave APPLIANCE STORE Open Sundays and Evenings 219 Central Phone Loma Linda 6-3134 Phone 2-9001

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