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Narcotic case hearings now tol)eMar.28 North Oronge opening planned Preliminary hcarinps were' postponed yesterday for four persons arrested on narcotics^ charges last Jan. 31 in a police' raid on an alleged marijuana < party. The hearings were reset for March 28 in Rcdiands Municipal Court. The 30-day continuance was requested by one of the suspects. Wesley Howard Wright. 22, of 161 E. Crescent avenue, because his recently hired at Latest storm causes no new flood damage RAINFALL TABLE Sea- Last Storm son Redlands 27 22.07 Mtnlent J7 Yucaipa 25 Calimesa 18 Mill Creek... .42 30.95 29.08 30.2« 36.77 Year «.93 9.09 9.28 9.97 10J1 ing. No further rain is in sight.' Skiers are advised that resorts at least for the next few days, in the San Bernardino mountains The County Board of Supcr\i-: have plenty of snow but that no sors yesterday declared local valley residents are permitted niountains a "disaster area" and into the mountains, closed the entire district to all| Road condiUons, however, in but bonafide residents and the valley are improving daily. , emergency vehicles. This morning, Ed GriUers, I Total rainfall figures for the ^tzte highway maintenance en^ u J ... J • .. mud-swept Dun- year were boosted to over 22 2mcei reported that North Or- tomey had not had sufflcientilap and Ix-ma Linda today inches in Redlands (22.07). This: "n^fstre™ time to prepare for the hearing, i breathed a sigh of relief as last makes the 1968-69 rainfall year; opeLd for traffic between Re^ The District Attorney's Office: mghts forecast slorm hit with locally the seventh wcltcst in the' lands and Highland late this af- awl the attorney for the other'a gentler blast than previous past 80 years v.ith four months tcrnoon three suspects agreed to the de- storms, then moved on today, yoi to go in the season. , „ \. , .„,„,„ ^.^^ lay. i The slorm added another .27 The storm brought more snow "f. "If't^.^^'X Pl^n"f Wright and-niomas R. Mann, i'" i^c Redlands rainfall 1° Ihe San Bernardino mountains; ""*i™uXeThkh w^^^^ 27. also of 161 E. Crescent, are I'a" b"' ""ere were no reports already scaled from the outside. "^'^.^Jf^.T".*^^^ charged with possession of man-i of any new storm damage. And: world by road closures from ,,%™p,,,J^^^^ juana and maintaming a plaeeiUie forecast today U eneourag-j every direction. , less Plunge creek nscs^ we nope where narcotics were being |Ka^^^M^BH^^M^KHH^_aM_Msas ^_Bi_B CITY VEHICLE SMASHED — Redlands rubbish disposal pickup, lying on side at left of this picture, was being driven this morning by Lorenzo Maez when it collided with automobile at right. Back of car is its driver. C.rcgoiy Cabrera. Smashup was at Park avenue and New York street. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Dty employe seriously hurt in accident Lorenzo G. Maez, dty rubbish collector, was injured severely in a traffic collisirai this morning. Maez, 26, was taken to the Community hospital with lacer-. i ^j ^gs ^ue to the floods, ations of the head and left knee, eye and mouth injuries. He is Marines, army men move in to help with flood cleanup (Continued from Page 1) |bcen most helpful and coopera-iat 29 Palms, are on standby in .Army and Marines will stay onjUve." '•^a*'' need*^the job as long as they are The use of federal troops was """"^ deployed Thursday are needed to help avert further cleared through the sUte disas- ;:-:te. '"GSI'^OVLMWCU" Idaho <,r »c™,„ I. I T> ,.• '''^ I-'- Col. George Pelro. batlal- ••clZJ^ ZL\^^^' ^ io" commander, reported pla- , , . ; ^J^"- f °r any costs involved, said Pet-toons of Marines this monUng . resident of 524 Baldw^ street. SLf ^cr of the T^ventj-mne Us. clearing Lytic Creek roa? in the Maez was drivmg west on „„Y^l,„'^™%?f„^- ^"^ U i<as the Provisional Balta- Mt. Baldy area, and working in Park avenue when his small,"^' "'J!™^": P?=' com- j^^, Twentynine Palms the Yucaipa. Loma Linda. Lake ^' ^""^ "^ave that suonlied equipment and Arrowhead and Big Bear Lake used. The other two suspects. Stephen F. Coffman. 22. of Tiburon, and Su.san Glascom. 23. of San; Bernardino, are charged w i I h ^ pos.session of marijuana and l)eing in a place where a narcotic was being used. Twelve other persons, ranging in age from 17 to 21 years, were: referred to Juvenile Court fol-; lowing their arrest during the .same raid. three-wheel rubbish truck coUid-j ed with an automobile traveling i north on New York street. The car was driven by Gregorj- E., Cabrera, 32, of 25418 Davidson street, Loma Linda. Cabrera is employed by the public defender's office of Riverside county as an administra-i tjve trainee. j Avalanches pose danger in Mill Creek canyon .Mark Petty. Mill Creek dis- ' trict ranger, today issued an av- I alanche-dangcr warning. Three cabins have already' been destroyed by snaw.«lides in I the tallsvale district of upper .Mill Creek canyon, he said. i -Avalanches have also been rc-j ported at pohrts along the state; T,„« r^^,^^ T.t,^..., '''^^•ay between C:amp .Angelus' Juan Gerrardo Marquez. nowjanj gajton Flats. ' that supplied equipment manpower for most of the ef- vicinities. forL In addition, members of 13th [{{fig COnfeSt Engineer Battalion, along with their heavy equipment, joined The -ISrd annual Long Beach ithe clearing and cleanup opera- kite-flying contest will be heldj lions Thursday nisht before the beginning at 10 a.m. Mar. 8. It (he new storm hiL «ill be on the beach at the foot Other elements of the Provi- of Junipero avenue with more sional Battalion, a composite or. than SCO children expected to ganization of men from all units :ompetc. Son Miguel committee meets Monday Heart Sunday to continue because of bad weather JOSEPH M. BLOOM Redlands man joins staff of REDCO Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, March 1, 1969 Page 3 Af Johnsfon college Roger Baty to direct Intercultural program A unique Intercultural Studies social studies teacher in program to be inaugurated by Havre. Montana. Johnston College at the Univer- Baty has been a research as- sity of Redlands will be directed sociale at Stanford since I96B.' by Roger M. Baty, a research His doctoral studies are directed associate at Stanford University, toward analyzing the impact of; it was announced today. cros.s-cultural exposure on leach- Baty will join the Johnston attitudes and cognitions, i College faculty next summer as "'s professional experience in- I both director and professor of eludes three summers devoted to i Intercultural Studies, Dr. Press- 'raining Peace Corps Volimtecrsj i ley C- McCoy, chancellor of the service in Ecuador. His wife, j new college, said. The 31-year-! Phebe. served in the Peace :old educator is currently com-: Corps in Ecuador and has had i pleting work toward a Ph.D. in e-xtensive teachm? experience. IntcmaUonal Development Ed- They have two children. [ ucation at Stanford. The family resides in East I I The Intercultural Studies pro- ""ere Baty is serving ; gram is one aspect of the inno- "J". ^^vsory capacity on the ivative Johnston CoUege curric- ^T^T r , : ulum which will focus on inter- •^';'ghborhood Health Center personal, intercultural and inter- , " « "^ber of Pni Del- national dimensions of learn- ^ ^"PP": Professional men .•^ honorary in education, and has held Danforth and Woodiow Wil- to have the detour opened by ' late today," he reported, i He agreed that with Alabama j street closed indefinitely, a north-south route between points in cast San Bernardino and Redlands is desperately needed. Mostly fair weather is predicted from this afternoon through S;:!:t|ay. but some local fog is ex- I'lctcri to pay the San Bernardino valley a visit Sunday morning. i Temperatures will dip lo 34 degrees locally tonight but •will ri^e to near the 65 degree level tomorrow. No more appreciable rain is in sight after to- djy's variable cloudiness movcf eastward. ing. son fellowships. "Problems of Cultures, cities and nations are in large mca- -sure a reflection of personal and Kessler Funeral 1 Jo.seph M. Bloom of Redlands interpersonal problems." ob- Funeral .services for Mrs. Ber- has joined the staff of the Re-.seri-ed Chancellor McCoy, tha Mary Kessler were held Fri- gional Economic Development; "therefore, our initial emphasis day at 2 p.m.. from tlie F. Ar- With the Heart Sunday team, "The canvass is only being Q^^^J^^H (REDCO) as market re-!will be on the individual and his thur Conner chapel, with Rev. up to "bat th'e" rinl'as'delayed' postponed until la'cr Jn the | ^^^^^^ jj^^t„^_ on nrrth facing slopes. Various;nardmo County Heart Associa -.Qf ram," he stressed conditions are conducive to ava- lion's Februarj- fund-raising Volunteers m each city and^^ facilities in are the tentative speakers Eet;ianches: crusade, for the regular meeting of thej (i) wTien an ic>- crust forms More than on old snow, and new snow had ije falls. The upper layer may sim-|the door-to-door an art major at San Bernardino Valley College, and Raymond Whitmus, admissions counselor at the University of Redlands, it was an- growth, moving from the person John de Boer Cummings. recto the problems and potentiali- tor-emeritus of Trinity Episcopal church, officiating. .Active because; ^^^^ p^^j - gioom will evalu- lies of groups and nation ale and compile data on land! Students LT. ROBERT B. ORTOM Robert Orton gets AF pilot wings First Lieut. Robert B. Orton, son of -Mr. and Mrs. Robert B. this area to studies pro; in the Intercultural pallbearers were -Arthur Jessup. Huntington Beach, fori .gram wUl explore t p. Hunt Charles A Roller. Redlands. has been ply slide right off the lower; Sunday, but the (3) Sharp rises or falls in'nity areas across the county. becoming a Heart Thursday pigf^p, j-^jj^^ steel. He also Each student will have field cx- services ' Braving the clemenU like one tottii and a Heart Friday iii j^g^^ggj {jr^ ^^.l,ich pcricncc in a culture other than mncrai bctvi San Miguel de .Allende Sisterjon'oldlnmv." and new snow had been scheduled City program Monday. Program director Thomas Martinez will report on the'pack, progress of the program during! (2) Wet (heavy) snow, the past four months. The meet-' ing wiU be held at Safety Hall starting at 7:30 p.m. Marquez, although born in, __ - , , .. Mexico, has been a resident ofitions about their particular ex-!signments in several Redlands for the past 21 years.; posure to possible avalanche communities and Heart He was a graduate of Redlands hazards should consult the Mill tion officials reported high school in 1965 and has since Creek ranger station staff. | turns in the eariy tabulations, served in the U.S. Army in Viet- 1 Because of storm damage to "Considering the limited nam. i mountain roads, travel has been vass, we are pleased He will relate his e-xperiences|restricted to residents or to per-! tributions Force silver graduation at Bloom, a vative of Massachu cultures. ^ ^. — storm forced membered as the year San Ber-i „,^.„. .„„^,..„ postponement of the canvass in nardino County s annual one-day | ^PJ,^ J^^^ strved in the engi- will develop skills in commiini- M many of the 21 major comrau-J Heart Sunday lasted aU ^'eek.jjjgg^j' <iepartmcnts of U.S. eating across cultural barriers. _ temperature which increase ten sion in the snow- Indi\iduals who have ques- mailmen, some volunteers completed their neighborhood another." said Hill student .1. J. Hatfield. Interment was b Following specialized aircrew ontccito Memorial Park. training at other bases, he wil he assigned to George AFB, for living duty with a unit of the iccs for Jacob A. Tactical .Air Command. Porte were held Friday 1361 graduate of four years ago when he spent three summer months attending the San Miguel de .Allende Art Institute. sons having some urgent reason:our goal." said Roy C. made so far toward I can count on volunteers to re­ fer going into the fore-st. such as snow removal from an overburdened roof. county superintendent schools, who is heading countywide Heart Fund. Hill, member the serious purpose be- of hind the drive to raise funds to the conquer mankind's major kill- ier." he said. special exhibits f"-.^ "'^ Mis;: ^'^"dems to^^ eventually e.x- -^3,,^.--™ sion days wiU be displayed at Panned to BOO. Mission' San Luis Rey "ear ^^naU^jf Helena. Mon^^^^^^^^ Oceanside Mar. 8 and 9. completion of Officer Baty earned a B.A. degree in Gordon Hofman. and Veferans orgamzations say more aggressive campaign needed Prospects dim for VA hospital in Loma Linda New and dubious develop-:diction (aU of Southern Califor-being aisconUnued, which has wii-yiuaHy a^ ments today presaged a long^ja). ,,hich it has been refer-; been a peremiial topic m Wash-,do eou'Oj^use^^'^jc^ _ ^.^ ^^^^B ^^^^ ^^^^^ . His wife, Haran, is the dauch- economics from the University Q„ p „„^^3, „f j,^ j,^^ j, of Montana m 19.8^ ""^Z"^^^- Funeral services for Rev. Roy Myers. 420 Alvarado street. quently received B A and M.A. ^ Q^r were held Tln .rsdav at • .degrees at O.xford University, „ , f,.„„, First Conjire- England. as a Rhodes scholar ,jo„al church, with Rev. Har: From 1964 to 1966 he served Q Sulincr. and Kcv. ller- as director of an overseas study bert M. Fink, officiatins. Active program for a consortium of paiibeaiers were K. R. Wil- .American colleges and unive- jj^^, „„„„ Radforce. Jlaj. An apparently stolen automo- sitics. Prior lo that he was a Lehman, bile wound up in fiames on a and Don Redlands street early today. Fire damages abandoned cor campaign brfore - and if - ?• 1„ or 12 years. Nowlington. could be another factorj .^j ^ ~obta'"o™ Sajthe 'master plan'appears super-jin a Loma Linda stalemate, it; ^ .,^„„,K.. tal is less need for a hospital at! Loma Linda, or even at U)s An-' Boar, marine shew The Western National Raymond B. Mill: Otis. Honorary pallbearers were This caused the fire department Fred Nienian. Clarence 11. to answer a witness'call at 2:21 X , inm, imoa or even ai i «s mi- —- Western National Boat Niel.sch. Slrother M. Cox. I.en a.m. to Clifton avenue and San . Secondly, the veterans feel|Lomaunaa. or c ^enali >.s mi Linda' district The aging proj-iccded by *a new demographic I was wdicated. ithat they have a lot to lose Dy|Se'es. ,,'plays of new powerboaU. sail- Emil Brinkmann. Xorman C: Firemen said S50 damage was ect is in deep trouble, said vet-'analysis' projecting to 1980. Ill "In a follow-up on this sub-:giving up a centraUy located, U a hosft^ is also buUt at^ ^^^^.j^^ hardware and ac- Herring. Eari L. Zigelcr. and done by fire .spreadmg from P P J b , .^^^ ^^^^ pg^j men-; Federal hospital, staffed by the; Hazard Park we may be many I ^^^^.^^ ^^,^„^r Interment wasJhe carburetor. The automobile tioned a Ulk he had with Con-jtype of personnel found m a!years away from VAi^.^^ ^^^^ ^,^,1^;^,^ Memorial Park. F. was registered to Charies Wag; erans' spokesmen- may sen'e to confuse a cessories. boat trailers and ma oned a talk he had with ton-jtype of personnel louna m aiyears away uum tuu.u.v;m6 .^; - . 1, t„ th. owm I ° gressman 01m Teague, chair-1 Federal hospital, for any sub-; that West Los -Angeles and; "f ^'-'^™^™,^Ji?n have been working for better^an of the Veterans' Affairs stitme of questionabje efficiency.'l^ma^U^^^^^ The Veterans AdministraUon,, jg including veterans who Anaheim Convention pJL'nd^'Su^frTorthUospitals the last ^ Committee, and was informed "There were many _ ^^s dS hospLl com^ John L. Soulier, of Yucaipa, -hat a thoi-ough study is being thoughts on this subject too nu- Changmg of attorneys m the center .Arthur charge. Cortner chapel in ner. San Bemardmo, and had been abandoned. LiJir 'inS 'teTar™" """'-i manTn^/rPerUsr 'limTr^-: l^r ^ut^omrklnd of system I ressman Pettis for him to use'enfold, who lost the injunction new demoMDhTanalvsis da staUng he had introduced: which would not finance new, at the proper Ume." , plea in superior court, and then Pt^J^""!^? =n ;,w^^ HR 863- in the 91st hosoitals but instead would bel -i Soulier asked that the com-, appealed the decision, is out of 1 another bill, HR 863, in the 91st j hospitals but instead would bel- Congress- This bill, like the onejfer enable the veterans to ob- fhat died in the 90th Congress,! tain care from existing commu- ceins evaiuau», «,u u.c calls for construcUon of a 1,000-| nity hospitals' faciUties and -replug to Slate and naUonaljb^l VA «^ - ^^f, J)^!, ^"^^tf^-"^ "Since the outcome of such of bed requirements for the Los .Angeles metropolitan area for 1980 has been completed and is being evaluated," said the VA, manders of all service organizations discuss this subject with their members and write him their thoughts, at: 35858 .Avenue F, Yucaipa. Bids on a new VA hospital resolutions of the American Le-iside-San Bernardino area. The Cma S^TweS '^A ^liSf -me^me built at'an m ^c^Ug-aUonwould affect all at La JoUa adjoining a Umyer- SbSlnl ^ElslE^sM -iLoL Linda, would have ™ veU-ns. reprdless of th^^^^^^^^^^ geles, geles- "This." said the VA lette; from Washington, D.C., "will aid our planning for future modernization at cur Los Angeles cenlM-. '"Hie objectives mentioned in the resolution are appreciated, and will be fully considered in our planning with the other.fac­ tors involved." The "other factors" indicated the VA did not wish to mention iU Hazard Park hospital project in East Los Angeles, which has had considerable opposition; said Lewis S. Slondcer, department of California service officer for tiie American Le^oo. "It is significant" said Skm- eker today, "that tbe VA letter says notiiing about the 'master plan' for ibe Los Angelei juris- the contest. -A Santa Ana attorney, Richard Petheridge, will carry on the appeal, which may consume six or eight months in the Second District Court of Appeals. Although the appeal was commenced in August, and the ap- i-ilxima unda. woma nave lou vcieraio. jt;K<nuit:» "i u.cu ^ —j T .-n^ filoH in <1»v<s ibeds for general medical andifilialion with service organiza-.schoo. were opt^ed Feb. 25 and pellate^^^^^ ,- surgical cases, and 240 beds foriUons or service comiecUon, the are m Washmgton. D.C, .^rago. fte f5^°° f *f "'"f ^ i._"--tr-.-.: ;.»i»,,n= fool »hm have the pvahiat OH- the Amertcau Lcfiion bc slow. The VA has Dcen dc- psvchiatric paUents. j veterans feel they have the "It is expected," said Soulier, j right to be heard in this invcsU- "that Congressman John V. i gation and discussed the situation at a meeting of the Veterans' Iidand Hospital Committee, held at the American Legion Hall, evahiation, the American Legion was advised in Redlands. Low bidder, at $34,523,000. was the J. W. Bateson company, of Dallas, Texas. Having reached this po'mt in seeking a VA hospital of 811 beds, San Diego is exacUy termmed to await the outcome of this court action before altering its plans for an East Los Angeles hospital. "Loma Linda people have not campaigned for a VA hospital in the determined manner that Tunney will introduce a com panion bill, same as the Pettis bill." In the 90th Congress Tunney Post No. 289, Arlington, on Sun- and Pettis introduced identical day, Feb. 23. bills, and Tunney conducted a "First, it was pointed out that hearing in Riverside. The Amer- veterans under 65 years of age ican Legion committee stated and those over that age are in'January of 1949 the low bidderifomia have wwked to get VA that some 18.000 bills were m-ja very different status, due toion a San Diego hospital wasihospiUls at San Diego and Haz- troduced in the 90th Congress by! Medicare. Any program how- 1 announced by Carl F. Gray.lard Part" sioncker stated- representatives and 3,000 by, ever, must include all in theithen the VA chief, who an-i"We where it was 20 years ago, said! the University of California and Sloneker. He recalled that in i the University of Southern Call- senators, and fewer than 500 became laws. Such bills are not considered in motion until they earn a recommendation from an appropriate committee, it was stated. Hie possibility of VA hospitals same status and, in additirai, regardless of the facility open to them, would diminate any cost to the veteran, including the cost of pride in agning a pauper's oatii. Also, the program must be flexible, since many Park," Sloneker stated, have similar trouble in uounced later the same day that the project was cancelled by presidential order. "If Qiis hospital is now built, said Sloneker, "it will relieve pressure on the Long Beach VA hospital by accepting the Sani West Los Angeles, where UCLA already has VA facilities adjoining its medical school. "Until Loma Linda makes a vigorous effort to assist veterans in their campaign, the outlook will be highly doubtful." 'CHANGING THE GUARD' — Retii-ing after 23 years as Redlands Veterans Service Officer, Envin S. Hein (right) gi-eets his successor, Lloyd W.Heg- SreenCouAty Supervisor Don Beckord (center) was at City HaU yester- dlySoSn for a r^ption and gift presentation staged by Hem's foimer co-workers. Mayor Waldo Burroughs commended Hern's dedication to the welfare of veterans and his civic contributions to Redlantte. , „ . „ lare 01 veieidiis aiiu u«. ^^^^^^ ^^^^^ CMford J. Kemson)]

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