Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 8, 1969 · Page 5
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Ir RANK WUI .MACntCM lWMA >yWIFE5gW(S.< 1SDtlFCP0FME /AH/ X MUST BE JUST IMMMM6THM££ J EEK & MEEK •y HOWIE SCHNEIDR THATS THKT DeLICHTK/L UTOe eXERClSe MX'DOAS e IM tr •<». kc T» Iff ttl rv. M 3-8 ALLEY OOP ly V. T. Hamnn THE lORN LOSER ly ART SANSOM \ey FOHNY, MIS* ^AMIS}' PRISCILLA'S POP ly Al Vermtcr ••'At- ROIIN MALONE ly Bob Ubben VflNTHROP ly DICK CAVALU WHCoey/rVBasrr TDTH/N*iOF WOOF "^^^ Hont WHbMaierHMpIt OUT OUR WAY ly J. R. WILUAMS SciioolBoanI decides Qliiis needs study fajandi Doily Fetli Satunfay. fth. >, IW - 5 Product of dttp ptnonal Mth. s prayer, one worthy of all Americans How much the Redlands Unified School Kstriet yrSL partiei-i pate fmaneially in the proposedj nideniog of Citnis aveane; throash the high sdnol campus! is still a questicn marie. j As the result of a meetingj with atr offidals this week, board president Charles Stultz ^SJ? .h^l Whether we're inaugurating a the Bible says on certain pants. a_dog;and other thmgs which are. to that would bring the school's' share of the street project to-in- By LOUIS CASSELS UnM Pr «s IMwMlienal Prayer is a traditional feature ot America's civic occasigns. assembled crowd, under the guise of prayer. This results in his telling God. in great detail, how men should behave, what chide only sidewalks, street-; lights and rdocatioo of the bos bam. This would lower the school share to S38.500 from the earlier request of ies.OOO. But, board members expressed concern about adding this amount to other e.'cpenses tentatively agreed on in connec- included high on the district's We are pendesed that, notwithstanding these Uettings. we have not suceeided hi making possble a lite <( promise for all our p «o^ and that growing dissatisfaction, division, and distrust threaten our unity and our pncrew toward peace and justice. We are deeply troubled that we may not be able to agree upon the common purposes and track, we feel better if a put it mildly, an insult to Divine^ preacher is on band to mvAe omniscience. God's blessing on the occasion.: Once in a great while. Usually, one preacher isn't [someone win deliver at a public enough. If it's a naticoal event, occaaon a prayer so suitable, such as an hiaugural, five and so obviously the product of . . prayers are considered neces- a deep personal faith, that the j the basis for mutual tnist which sary —one by a Protestant, one Usteners have the feeling that are essential if we art to by a Catholic, one by a Jew, one;here is a man speaking from overcome our difficulties, by an Orthodox priest, one by a his heart to his God. And so. our father, we tiim to Negro minister. ( Such a prayer was delivered you for help. (Since most Negroes are recently at the annual Presiden- Teach us to listen to one .Protestants, this usually means tial Prayer Breakfast in Wash-[another, with the kmd of tion with Citrus avenue through j that there are two Protestant; ington, D.C. It was composed j attention which is receptive to the campus. {prayers, but so far no one has not by a preacher but by a |other points of view, however The concern was over thejmade an issue out of that) politician. It seemed to this different, with a healthy skepti- proposed pedestrian overpass | It is an unhappy fact, well reporter worth passing along to cism as to our own tafallibility. known to all who have put in all Americans, for use in Teach us to understand one ; another with the kind of construction priority list which'much time at these events that,) churches of all faiths. will cost an estimated |65,000 to build. In attempting to decide where to spend bond construction money most wisely, the Trustees raised these questions: How do we make sure students use the overpass? Could, , . . . . we buUd fences along both sides iP?"* Portentous mvocaUon of Citrus to make sure of itsij*5 ***f ^^^^ *as deUveredj the prayers delivered at pubUc! Here is the prayer deUveredsensiUvity which springs from functions are frequenUy long of by Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D- deep-seated sympathy and com- wind and short of substance. , Me., a Roman Catholic layman: i passion. ' Sometimes the preacher, in an effort to justify his presence, | treats an essentially trivial occasion as though it were a state funeral. The most pom- Our Father: We are gathered here this morning, perple.xed and deeply troubled. We are grateful for the many blessings you have bestowed upon us—the great resources of use? What would it do to cam-i'*''"'^ " SOO-mile our land and people—the auto race. j freedom to apply them to uses More often, and more disas -jOf our own choosing—the pus beautification projects? How many gates would it necessitate? On a suggesUon by Dr. J. Richard AUard, Trustees decided to tour the area as a group one more time before making a decision on the entire street project. trously, a preacher may decideisuccesses which have markedl to deliver a litUe sermon to the our efforts. Teach us to trust one another, beyond mere tolerance, with a willugness to take a chance oa the perfectibility of our fellow men. Teach us to help one another, beyond charity, in the kind <A mutual involvement which is essential if a free society is to work. . . . We ask it in Jesus' name. Amen. Mof7 hoarded by fired posfman Found guilty again, he's still sorry SEATTLE (UPI) - Harry UVerae Van de'Venter. 24. has been found guilty again of a murder to wtiich he confessed again. resii'!^f^f"™^>vT 'jT,,?'' A King County superior courtlWorld War I "nf 'hamlltr vTaLl ^i"^ Friday recommended,s^«Pen^«es on the use of| received maU nine years old against the death penalty for!'^°n"acepuves. Friday with apologies from the Van de Venter who was freed Italian post office. iin 1966 after confessing to kill Postal officials said anjng Paul Wightman. 70. a night PMs on sole in France PARIS (UPI)—Birth control pills went on sale legally in France today, but women needed medical approval from a doctor to buy the oral contraceptives. Two decrees published m the official Gazette Tuesday legalized the pill in France and abolished laws dalmg from which imposed'ground below. The landlady and This was f he balcony GRONINGEN, HoUand (UW) — The landlady led the two prospective tenants through the door and said, "and this is tfaa balcony." Before she could finish the sentence, however, be balcony collapsed and fdl 10 feet to the one of the apartment<hunten suffered bruises. inspector found 90 undelivered postcards and letters, some of them dating to 1960, at the home of postman Emanuele Testa. Testa had explained the area be is supposed to deliver to is too large and he often didn't make his rounds m the more distant hamlets. Conrad Hilton. Jr., dies WEST LOS ANGELES, Calif. (UPI)—Funeral services were! held today for Conrad Nicholson! murdered Hilton Jr.. 42. son of the hotel magnate, who died Wednesday following a heart attack. Hilton was the first husband of actress Elizabeth Taylor. Their marriage when he was 23 and she was 18 lasted only seven months. He was estranged from his second wife. oQ heiress Patricia BfcClintock. HQtoa leaves two sons. Conrad N. Hilton IH. 9. and Michael, 7, by the second marriage. His father Conrad N- Hilton, board chairman of Hilton Hotels Corp., and two brothers also survive him. hotel clerk, during a holdup which netted less than $30. He confessed to the murder after being captured shortly after the crime, but was freed because the confession was mvali- dated in the wake of a U.S. Supreme Court rulhig. Van de Venter was once again charged last October after being arrested in San Diego in connection with another incident. Again he confessed to the slay- mg. At his trial Thursday, Van de Venter wept as he testified. He told the court he was sorry he Wightman and if there were any way he could change it, he would. TIZZY Meteor seen in southwest CHIHUAHUA, Me»co (UPI) —A huge fireball, believed to be a meteor, lit up thousands of square miles of northern Mexico and Soathn«steni United States early today before apparently crashing hito the rugged Sierra Madre Mountains. "Herbio's been real up tight sine* he's ditcovtred '•. Ceomatry iiirt his bag!" SHORT RIIS ly Frank O'Nnd FRECKLES AND HIS FRIENDS MERRILL UOSSER Kl SAIp:'i>AJSS eizaEC HOW 00« ir FfiEuTb Be A^ SCHOOL OBOPOUr?' N— CAPTAIN EASY mru STOP AT-ne coiMTinr I PONT HUeVB iri IT« A CRUPB TOCK TO BOB MR W THE ESWTB m Hi )$BAMD urn «tr\e NO PROCF: '"^^^^^ so-war? OH.

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