Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 26, 1959 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 26, 1959
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4 - Thursday. Mar. 11, 1959 Redlmdt Daily fotts Good Friday Services In Churches Tomorrow Good Friday, tomorrow, will find world Christendom commemorating the trials of Christ before the high priests and Pontius Pilate, and His Crucifixion on the hill of Calvary. Many community activities will be temporarily suspended and religious services will observe the day with reverence and faith. Closed from noon until 3 p.m will be city hall, municipal court A. K. Smiley public library, coun ty offices and banks. The Chamber of Commerce announced that its office and most businesses would be open as usual, although any employes who wished to attend special sen- ices during business hours would be free to do so. The post office will also be open for business as usual, and the parking meters will require feeding. Community Service Among the many religious devotions scheduled is the community service sponsored by the Redlands Council of Churches which will be held in the sanctuary of the First Congregational church at the corner of Cajon street and Olive avenue. At the service, from noon until 3 p.m.. seven ministers will give messages on the "Seven Last Words of Christ." There will be special music with each meditation. Catholics of Redlands. Bryn Mawr and Yucaipa will partici pate in Holy Communion at solemn liturgical services in the evening. In Redlands Sacred Heart church the passion will be read from 1 to 2 p.m. with Way of the Cross taking place from 2 to 3 p.m. Confessions follow the evening Mass at 7:30 o'clock. Adoration at the Altar of Rc pose until 6 p.m. takes place in St. Frances X. Cabrini church. Yucaipa. Stations of the Cross will be at 2:30 p.m., according to Rev. John M Tahany, pastor. and Death" and Holy Communion at 6 p.m Sacred Heart church, Bryn Mawr. is to have Adoration throughout Jl -ithe day: Stations of the Cross at •|3 p.m.; liturgical sen-ice and Holy Communion at 6:30 p.m.; confes-l 'sions 3 to 5:30 p.m. and after eve ning ceremony. According to Rev. Ricardo Mcza. pastor of St. Mary's church in Redlands. Good Friday services will start with a holy hour for children at 9 a.m.. followed at 10 o'clock by a holy hour conducted in Spanish. The Way of the Cross, in Spanish, will begin at 3 p.m. Solemn high Mass at 7 p.m. will be followed by Adoration of the Cross. Lutheran Services The First Lutheran church will hold a children's Good Friday jsenice at 10 a.m. and annual [sen-ices at 7:30 p.m. with Rev. Mr. Foerster delivering the sermon. The churches of Mentone will unite for a "Watch on the Cross" sen-ice to be held at the Mentone Congregational church from noon until 3 p.m. Each unit of the service will last about 25 minutes, -and worshippers may enter and (leave during the hymn at the close of each portion. I The Trinity Episcopal church |will also hold special sen-ices from noon until 3 p.m. with addresses by the pastor and lay leaders and an ante-communion senice. I The Community church of Dun lap Acres will hold a candlelight 'communion sen-ice at 7:30 p.m. I The "Pal-teens" of the Church |of the Nazarene will go to Los Angeles for the Forest Lawn presentation of "The Crucifixion." The First Christian Reformed to Rev. John M Tahany. pastor. . iM ~ *V, . M , n pcial sen-ices with liturgy of the lord's Passion ^ *° < "^Hl Rayburn Lauds Congress As Recess Starts \ w 1 •"^ —NEA T.lephoU BOY BANK ROBBER— Daniel McKay, 9, tells police robbery detail his role in the "stick-up" of a San Francisco bank. Dannv and another boy, 13, tried to shake the bank down with a note demanding $100,000, but a teller threw cold water on the project and they gave it up. No charges are expected to be filed. Stroh's Bail Set At $513 at 8 p.m. when the choir will sing a cantata. "Ovilet to Calvary" 6 p - m - , „ . , directed bv Wilbur Schowalter. Rev : Joseph Snoj. pastor of °> christian Re{orm PH. PY. 3-4331 TODAY - Show Starts 7 P.M. Fun! Ifs A Riot! The Second Christian Reformed church will also hold special sen-ices at 8 p.m. Divine Saviour Presbyterian church will hold a united senice at 7 p.m. Christ Lutheran Church. 805 ,East Colton avenue, will hold a [communion service at 7:30 p.m. The pastor will deliver the sermon on the theme "Under the Cross." Clamming To Resume Near Pismo Beach SAX FRAXCISCO (UPI) —The Fish and Game Commission announced today that four miles of San Luis Obispo County beach now closed to clamming would reopen April 6. The action will reopen a three- mile stretch near Pismo Beach extending from the Oceano Ramp to the old Le Grande Pier and a one-mile stretch at the north end of Morro Bay. A youth identified as Glenn 1 Stroh, 20, 306 Hartzell avenue, was arrested at 11:15 last night on a drunk driving charge by Redlands police but as the evening progressed more charges were added after Stroh was alleged to have become abusive and started a fight with officers. Stroh was arrested in the Citrus avenue and Cajon-Orange street parking lot after he was alleged to have backed his car into another car in a minor tra/fic collision. The other car was driven by Ray A. Piper. 12184 Gladys lane, Yucaipa. At the police station, before he was restrained by handcuffs, he was alleged to have assaulted Pa trolmen W. A. Rich, Fred Luther and Jack Bray. He is also alleged to have struck Dr. C. T Halburg in the face breaking his glasses, during his physical examination. As a result of the exam ination he was termed "intoxicated". His bail was set at $513. Lowe Unable To Manage Assets EASTER VACATION KIDS SPECIAL SHOW SATURDAY MORNING 10 A.M. Don't Miss It! A Barrel of Thrills with War of the Satellites" PLUS 3 STOOGES COMEDY & CARTOONS SAVE YOUR TICKETS FOR PRIZES TOO! i PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES v HELD OVER! 2nd BIG WEEK! TOI J*ITV \ John Wayne - Dean Martin - Ricky Nelson •J**!?. 1 . 1 .. 1 \ "RIO BRAVO" in Color Co-Hit — "Forbidden Island" Color DRIVE-IN - mil 5= O*'" Ctftv X »«:•*** PY 6-0777 \ BASELINE\ DRIVE-IN \ GL 8-81M ' Shew Daily 6:30 P.M. Sandra Dee - James Darren "GIDGET" 'Scope and Color Co-Hit — "Ride Lonesome" A-h-h-h! Tonight's STEAK NICHT Wilding Wants Apartment Big Enough For Liz LONDON (UPI) -Film actor .Michael Wilding was looking today for an apartment large enough for his wife, his father, his two sons and his ex-wife. Elizabeth Taylor. When a Daily Herald reporter expressed surprise at this arrange ment. Wilding said: "Why not? Elizabeth is coming over in May with my two boys whom I cdore. Naturally, I want them to stay with me. Obviously she will come and stay with us as well. We are all good friends, you know." Wilding is now married to wealthy Susan Nell. He added he,, did not think Eddie Fisher wouldj im P°rts be coming to England at this time WASHINGTON <UPI> - The Democratic controlled Congress headed homeward today for an 11- day Easter recess. Speaker Sam Hayburn said the record shows! that President Eisenhower was wrong in his belief that this session would be marked by rpcklcssj spending. The Texas Democrat praised the legislative accomplishments of the 85th Congress in its first two and a half months. He particularly noted that the House in passing four money bills has cut them 350 million dollars below Eisenhower's budget request. Hayburn said he is convinced that whatever happens, the Democratic Congress will be unable to satisfy the President and the administration in the battle of the budget. "If we cut a dollar below what they want, they act like the heavens were going to fall out," he acidly commented. "If we provide one dollar more for any program, they say we're reckless spenders." The "reckless spender" dispute arose in last year's congressional campaign when Eisenhower publicly warned that if the Democrats kept control, the pro-spending forces would come to the fore. Rayburn declared today: "We haven't proved ourselves to be reckless spenders. We are going to go ahead and appropriate enough money to run the govern ment and enough for defense.' Other developments were: Nepotism: Rep. John E. Hen dcrson iR-Ohio) introduced a bill to require House members who have relatives on their office payrolls to file a public statement acknowledging the fact. Disclo-J sures concerning nepotism by congressmen have been a highlight of the opening weeks of Congress. Oil: Sen. Russell B. Long (D La. i challenged Sen. William E. Proxmire iD-Wis.i to prove his charges that the oil industry has had a "corrupting influence" on the government. Long made a two- hour floor speech defending President Eisenhower's mandatory oil import curbs. He said that if Proxmire "knows of any corruption, he should report it." Proxmire has introduced a bill to reverse the President's action and vest Congress with authority over CME Receives $50,000 For Medical Ass'n. LOS ANGELES — A check for S50.000 from the American Medi cal Education Foundation has been received by the College of Medical evangelists. In announcing the gift. Dr. Walter E. Macpherson, dean of the CME School of Medicine, explained that the check represents three distinct gifts from 1 — practicing doctors in California, 2 — practicing doctors throughout the U.S., and 3 — special donations by CME medical alumni. The gift from California physicians, received through the California Medical Association, amounted to $40,081 and represents CME's share of funds gathered by the Association from its members and distributed to the state's five medical schools. The American Medical Association, representing physicians throughout the U.S., contributed $6,200 to the total. The special donation by CME alumni amounted to $4,272. Dean Macpherson pointed out that this latter figure did not in any way represent total alumni giving to CME during 1958 but was received on a special donations basis. Siamese Twins Improving LONDON (UPD—The 11-month- old Thackeray Siamese twins, separated Monday in a 10-hour operation, showed slight improvement today, doctors reported. The twins, Jeremy and Timothy, were joined at the head at birth. A third brother was normal and has been restored to his parents. Jeremy and Timothy were sleep ing in separate oxygen tents un der the effects of heavy doses oi drugs. They will be kept under sedation until the effects of the operation wear off, doctors reported. Doctors expressed fears Wednesday that the life of Jeremy was 'in the balance," but a hospital pokesman said he "has surprised and delighted us all" in his strug pie to survive. Debbie In Rome ROME (UPI i —American actress Debbie Reynolds arrived here Wednesday and moved into the same hotel as ex-Empress Soraya of Iran. The blonde actress, mother of two children, arrived by plane from Madrid. Miss Reynolds said she planned to remain in Rome about three days "mostly for shopping then return to Spain to resume a picture with Glenn Ford. HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — The property of veteran actor Edmund Lowe, reportedly seriously ill since his hospitalization March 11, has been placed in the hands of a conservator. ' A petition filed by Lowe's niece Ynez M. Lowe, claims he is now unable to manage his assets, be -i . lieved in excess of S300.000. Miss cles m the air pollution field. Lowe filed the petition in Superior Court Wednesday and testified Lowe's property consisted of $12.-! 257 in cash. $20,000 in stocks, and a irtotel and two apartment buildings. The properties produce an annual income of $31,000. she said. Air Pollution Plan Sidelined SACRAMENTO <l'PI>-A bill proposing a California air pollution commission was sidelined Wednesday in the Senate Governmental Efficiency Committee. The bill, authored by Sen. Stanford C. Shaw <D-Ontario>, would establish a commission to coordinate air pollution .research, and study. It was taken "under submission. Committee members said they wanted to find out just how the '[proposed commission would operate in connection with other agen- ' TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appli ances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. from 5:30 P.M. to 9 P.M. 8-Oz. Top Sirloin STEAK DINNER $< | 75 Eastern Steer Beef I Reg. $3.50 Complete Dinner • Juicy, Tender Steaks — Prepared As You Like Them! A Regular Thursday Night Feature at Corner East Central and 5th Restaurant PY 2-3376 Two Of Brown's Bills Shelved SACRAMENTO (UPD—Two of Gov. Edmund G. Brown's bills- one to set up an atomic energy coordinator the other to establish an economic development agency- were sidetracked at least temporarily Wednesday by the Senate Governmental Efficiency Commit tee. The committee took both bills under submission and said it would hear the atomic energy bill next week and the economic de velopment agency bill in two weeks. Before holding over the atom ic energy measure, which was in troduced by Sen. Stanford C. Shaw (D-Ontario), the committee adopted a set of amendments which Shaw said would weaken the bill considerably. "If you insist, we will accept the amendments," Shaw said, "but they would seriously curtail the activities of the coordinator." The economic development agency bill, introduced by Sen. James A. Cobey (D-Merced). was held over after opposition to the bill by the state Chamber of Commerce. SENIOR CITIZENS CANCEL MEETING Senior Citizens group of the YWCA will not meet tomorrow, due to the observance of Good Friday. Meetings will resume as usual April 3. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday at Fact* building. 700 Brook side at Center. Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1890. 69Ih year Entered as second class matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advance! One Month S t.30 Thrre Months J.M Sis Months 7.1(1 One Year 14.00 Mattress and Upholstery Needs & Repairs — BANNER Mattress & Upholstery 122 Cajon PY 3-5851 J"nk e t<: Son. Paul H. Douglas. (D-Ill.) charged that the Air Force extravagantly spend one million dollars of its training funds every year to stage air show junkets for civilians. He also said the Army. Navy and Marine Corps similarly waste millions on such shows. Other Congressional news: Rackets — Chairman John L. McClellan iD-Ark.i of the Senate rackets inquiry called on the Fed-' eral Civil Rights Commission to' investigate evidence that Florida union officials "exploited" Ne -i groes as pawns in organizing: drives. The committee said Mi -j ami Teamster chieftains used un -J ion funds to buy a S15.000 home) in the name of a Negro ill order! to thwart sales by a balking de -j voloper to families who might ob-| ject to colored neighbors. Steel — Two Democratic senators. Estes Kefauver (Tenn.) and Wayne Morse 'Ore.), threw their! support behind President Eiscn- bower's appeal for no new increase in steel prices. How does Christian Science heal? You hate heard about Christian Science, but how much do you actually know about it? Here is your opportunity to gain Firsthand information about this religion which has brought countless people not only consolation and hope, but healing —dominion over sickness as well as sin. Your neighbors who are Chiistian Scientists cordially invite you to attend a dee public lecture: Christian Science: The Healing Comforter by Richard L. Glendon of Los Angeles. California Member of the Board of Lectureship of the Mother Church The First Church of Christ. Scientist in Boston. Massachusetts Friday, 12:15 noon, March 27 REDLANDS FOX THEATER 123 Cajon, Redlands Auspices of First Church of Christ. Scientist. Redlands, California ALL ARE WELCOME Woman Killed As Car Skids On Bayshore MENU) PARK, Calif. (UPD — Jcanette Hamblock. 20. Havre, Mont., was killed early today when the car in which she was riding skidded on rain-slick Bayshore Freeway and smashed into a metal light standard here. The driver of the car, Robert M. Wylie. 21, Havre, Mont., a student at Stanford University, wa« uninjured. Wylie told highway patrolmen that he had dozed at the wheel. Miss Hamblock had come from Havre for an Easter week visit and was staying with Miss Donna Gillts, another Montana girl who now lives in San Francisco. Wylie and Miss Hamblock were returning from a date when the accident occurred. THE QUALITY REQUIRED WITH THE ECONOMY DESIRED 212 Orange St. Open Friday Evenings Easiest car to get in and out of! EASIER ENTRANCE Room to get in and out of—go ahead. Windshield pillars are up forward—thank Heavens. Yott won't bump head or knees. ROOMIER More usable room than any carl Hump In the floor reduced 45%. Middle man remembered. 8' more kna« room up front, too. Price it today! THE CAR YOU ASKED FOR REDLANDS MOTORS, INC 405 West Central Ave. (Hiway 99)

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