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6 - Thursday, Mar. 19,1959 Redlands Daily Facts YOUNG MUSIC MAKERS — Morris Durham rehearses the Kingsbury orchestral group for their part in the All City orchestra concert scheduled for 8 p. m. tomorrow in Clock Auditorium. Over 150 fourth, fifth and sixth graders of eight elementary schools will take part in the program to be directed by Mr. Durham and Emanuel Heifetz. Elvis' Singing Drives Seagulls To Distraction LONDON (UPD— Elvis Presley's singing is enough to drive any seagull to distraction, the Ministry of Supply reported today. In fact, it has become the number one weapon in the ministry's drive to get rid of gulls which have become a flying hazard at Staines, near London Airport. A ministry spokesman said it found out about Elvis' effect on seagulls when it sent one of its men to Holland to record the cry of a gull in distress. He took a tape recorder, which had been used to record a children's Christmas party at his home. One of Elvis' records had been a highlight of the party. In the first try-out. the cry of| distress failed to rustle a feather, but when Elvis's voice unexpectedly popped out of the loud speaker, the gulls took off in a flurry and weren't seen again for 24 hours. j turn i STOPS IN QUALITY!I I LOW IN PRICE I All City Youth Orchestra In Concert Tomorrow The first of two scheduled Spring concerts by the 150-piece All City orchestra, under direction of Morris G. Durham and Emanuel R. Heifetz, will begin at 8 p.m. tomorrow in Clock audi torium at Redlands High school The orchestra is made up of advanced students in the 4th, 5th and 6th grades of Crafton. Franklin. Kingsbury. Lincoln, Lugonia McKinlcy, Mentone and Smiley schools. Their program is free tc the public. Wilbur H. Schowalter. coordinator of music for Redlands city! schools, will be master of ceremonies. The program will open with the "world premiere" of the "Indian Suite", written especially for the children's orchestra by Mr. Heifetz. The orchestra will also play his "Wishing Well", and "Dance of the Wooden Shoes". Also programmed are "Holiday Overture" and "Hibiscus Waltz" and "Champion March" by ' C. Paul Herfurth, Ben Oakland's "I'll Take Romance" and "Now the Day is Over". A special feature will be the appearance of the Brass Choir which recently performed in the University of Redlands Chapel. Their selections will be "God of Our Fathers" and "Abide With Me". Block Illegal. Driver Freed SAN DIEGO (UPD — A San Diego carpenter today was free of a drunk driving charge because) police obtained evidence against him illegally. Municipal Judge Ronald Abernethy Wednesday dismissed the charge against Anthony Henry Bender, 40, who was arrested at a roadblock. The defense contended police had no reasonable grounds to stop Bender and therefore the arrest was illegal. Boy Dies Without Seeing Missing Father LOS ANGELES (UPD —Perry Rogers Jr.. 10. who underwent delicate surgery 36 hours ago to close an opening in his heart, died today without seeing his father who left home three years ago. Surgeons worked nearly eight hours Tuesday to close up a heart opening the size of a half dollar. Although the surgeons gave Perry a 70-30 chance of pulling through, pneumonia set in and was believed the cause of death. After the surgery at General Hospital, the doctors said Perry was found to have a "stretched aurta," the main artery leading ifrom the heart. They said the boy 'would have been an invalid had he I lived. The boy's mother, Mrs. Jewel Rogers. 40, was at Perry's bed side when he died. Earlier. Mrs. Rogers had said the family knew something was .wrong with Perry soon after he I was born. She said her husband left three years ago because of Perry's condition. "He just couldn't stand to see I him suffer," she sr-id. The father last -?as he-srd from ,in December. lf:S6. when he packed a Christmas box and sent it from Dailas. Tex. Irish Leader Fetes President WASHINGTON 'UPD —Sean T. ,0'Kelly, president of Ireland, honors President Eisenhower at a luncheon today. The luncheon, to be given at the Mayflower Hotel , is the final event of O'Kelly's three-day visit to the capital'which began with his green-splashed arrival on St. Patrick's Day. The Irish chief executive and his wife fly to New York City later today. They will ride in a parade up Broadway beneath swirls of ticker tape Friday. 8. with Enna Jetticks "THE ESCORT" In Clean White Calf with White Mesh Trim, Chargt Accounts Invited "THE CLARA" White Mesh with White Calf Trim. THE TATTOO" Lovely White Mesh with White Calf Trim — Also in Black Mesh with Gleaming Patent Leather Trim. GABRIEL BROS. PAMIIY SHOES OPEN FRIDAY NIGHTS TIL 9:00 27 EAST STATE REDLANDS Khrushchev Urges German Peace Treaty (Continued from Page one) mad threats of their generals and admirals against our country, to sit down at the table of ncgotia tions with us. "If they have sensible proposals to make, we are ready to examine them together with our own proposals." Khrushchev said the Soviet Union had made proposals on a German peace treaty and on "normalization" of the Berlin situation. "It is now up to the Western powers," he said. "If they arc seriously ready for talks, we shall not hold up matters. We shall do everything we can to make the talks a success. "The Soviet government has made its proposals. . . without striving to obtain any advantages whatsoever at the cost of another country or harming anyone's interests." Khrushchev said that during his talks with British Prime Minister Harold Macmillan it was acknowledged that East-West negotiations are "necessary." He brought up President Eisenhower's radio-television address to the nation last Monday. He said the President supported the idea of talks and stressed that all this bears out the "vital nature and timeliness" of the Soviet proposals on the German problem and the Berlin question. The Soviet Premier also brought up statements by other American political leaders, businessmen and commentators which he said express "sober views" on Germany and Berlin. SHORT RIBS By FRANK O'NEAL U.S. Exploded Nuclear Bombs 300 Miles Up <Continued from Page one) Allen said today. The State University of Iowa physicist declared the bombs were detonated "considerably higher" than 300 miles from earth, a! though the official announcement of the tests gave that figure. Van Allen said the tests, con ducted in late August and early September, "went off beautifully.' The scientist said the blasts which occurred over the North Atlantic, resulted in manmade northern lights both above that location and over the "conjugate point" in the "corresponding northern magnetic latitude." Van Allen said the "conjugate point" occurred over the Azores in the North Atlantic at an alti Hide much higher than that of the detonation. He said this proved the earth acted exactly like a huge magnet spreading the electrons or artifi cial radiation, produced by the blasts along the lines of the earth', magnetic force. "These lines are like those you can observe around the ends of a magnet," he said. The scientist said the artificial radiation was observed both by the satellite launched earlier, on July 26, and "with Pioneer III in early December." He said the artificial radiation gradually "leaked off" into outer space. Van Allen said the atom blasts "artificially injected" the electrons between the inner and outer radiation bands—known as the Van Allen bands — surrounding the earth. The electron particles then spread out in a thin veil around the earth following exactly the lines of force produced by the earth's magnetic field. It had been theorized earlier that the Van Allen bands were formed by electrons from outer space becoming trapped in the earth's magnetic field. The atom blasts in space proved this theory, the scientist said. Vat/atal Stand* Where To find Them! KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Engagement and Wedding Rlnft. Interlocking Mounttngi. 212 Onngt Harry G. Wilson Jeweler PY 3-4806 VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS In a wide selection of colon, collar styles and sleeve lenfths. Fowler's Men's Wear 107 Orangt St. PY 3-5623 Magnificent MAGNAVOX H)«h Fidelity Television. Radio-Phonographs. Sliger's Music 109 E. Stat* PY 3-2827 Spring Air Mattresses Tine Furniture, Carpetinc. Decorative Service McEwen's 17.21 W. 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