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ROLANDS BY oononiY wAirm STORIES ABOUT NEWCOMERS "Forget not to show love untO| strangers for thereby some have entertained angels unawares." Keb. 13:2. The best way to show love unto newcomers to Redlands is by phoning PY 3-2885 and arranging for a Hospitality Hostess to welcome them. She will bring maps, civic information, and gifts, along with a cheery welcome. Redlands greets these new neighbors from other states, Mr. and Mrs. James C. Simcoe are formerly of Excelsior. Minn.. Mrs. Alice Fisher moved here from Portland. Ore., and Mr. and Mrs. George \V. Carson are nice additions from Grove City. Pa. From Chandler, Ariz, come Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Hey, the Lt.' Col. Wilton Hodges family is formerly of Rome. N.Y., and from Seattle. Wash, we welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Romaine C. Wood. Missile Work Contracts To Be Probed WASHINGTON" < UPI '-Ho use military investigators plan to look into the way the armed forces give contracts for missile work, particularly in the Los Angeles area. Public hearings will begin here after the Easter congressional recess, it was disclosed today. Representatives of North American and Lockheed are among those scheduled to testify. A subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee headed by Rep. F. Edward Hebert <D- La.) has mapped a series of hearings scheduled to begin April 13. Spokesmen said the investigation vould cover the weapons systems concept of contacting and determine whether subcontractors were getting a fair share of the missile work. In Los Angeles, North American had no immediate comment, but Lockheed board Chairman Robert F. Gross said his company would "cooperate fully with the committee and provide detailed information about any or all of our program." Capt. Robert H. Johnson and his family are welcome additions I from Lake Charles, Louisiana,; Mrs. Leland Stillman is a new-; , comer from New York City, and (the Col. Joseph Turner family are from Wright Patterson, Ohio. Col. and Mrs. William B. Riley and Bill Jr. are new neighbors) from Scotsdale, Ariz., Rev. and Mrs. Arthur L. Casey are formerly of Corpus Christi, Texas and are the justly proud parents of eight children. The Paul A. Werner family are new home-owners from Belleville, 111., Mrs. Zoe Murray and son used to reside in Billings, Mont, and from Bremerton, Wash, we greet Mrs. Beth Lock and her four youngsters. The Leo V. Anderson family moved to Redlands from Yucaipa, and the last place of residence for the Robert H. Henrichs family was in England. Staff Sgt. Henrichs says they are so glad to be back in the United States. Redlands welcomes the Richard Franko family from San Bernardino, and also the'Laurence R. Sullivans and their two babies. Mr. and Mrs. Armand Slason and their children are formerly of Mountain View, the Edwin K.' Doney family are from Torrence, the Phillip R. Lindeman family is from Lakewood. and we are hap- Ipy the Clyde R. McBride family moved here from San Bernardino. Other welcome additions are. 'Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Mitchell. Mr. and Mrs. John E. Brown, and Mr. Brown's sister from Yucaipa. the Ule .vB. Chavez family from Ridgc- i crest, and the Robert W. Rich familv who are formerly of Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. John Shorb Jr. are newlyweds from San Bernardino. Mr. and Mrs. Robert V. Welsh and son are from Anaheim, and both the Dewey H. Simpsons, .and Mr. and Mrs. William C. Bustler are from San Bernardino. Mr. and Mrs. Harry R- Butler are new neighbors from Burbank. the Lewis H. McClain family is formerly of Los Angeles, the Lyle R. Wright family is a new addition from Sherman Oaks. The Don H. Scotts are from San Diego, Mr. and Mrs. Niels Simonsen are from San Jose. New Features At Disneyland To Include Submarine Fleet By VERNON SCOTT UPI Hollywood Corrcipondent HOLLYWOOD — Who is the only man in the world with a pri vate submarine fleet? What man owns the only monorail transit system in the United States? Who is building a snow-capped mountain in sunny Southern California? Who runs his own automobile production line? Name the man who built an empire with the aid of a mouse? If your answers to each of the above questions is Walt Disney, score yourself 100 per cent. The empire and the mouse? Disneyland and Mickey, of course. In expanding his magical Disneyland, Walt the Wizard has spent five million dollars on eight submarines, a 15-story-high replica of the Matterhorn, a monorail with two trains and a mile of track and an auto assembly line currently rolling off 80 racy sports cars. Disney will reveal his new wonders to the public June 1 — and wonders they are. His submarine attraction alone rivals anything Disney has attempted previously. Passengers CITRUS TOPPING and HEDGING CLYDE O. LEYDIG P. O. BOX 276, EXETER PHONE 534 In Redlands Early Next Week CALL LEWIS CONDON AT LA POSADA HOTEL Professor, Son Drown When Boat Capsizes SAN DIEGO (UPI)—The bodies] of a Los Angeles City College chemistry professor and his son. who drowned when their 14-foot fishing boat capsized in the Gulf of California, were recovered Wednesday by the Coast Guard. The victims were John C. Taylor, 42, and John C. Taylor Jr., 16, Los Angeles. The crew of a patrol plane spotted the bodies and surface craft recovered them. The father and son put on life preservers and apparently tried to swim to safety after the boat overturned in 40-mile winds. The bodies were found at a beach north of the Baja California fishing village of San Felipe. The pair had accompanied two other LACC chemistry instructors' and two other men on an Easter vacation fishing trip. Everett Wood, 55, Glendale. managed to put his 20-foot boat safely ashore. The other man in his boat was not identified. In another boat that managed to make it to shore were Robert Harper, and Leonard Pedersen, 46, both LACC faculty members. on the subs will glide past the lost city of Atlantis, past a graveyard of sunken ships, under the polar ice cap and past hundreds of col orful fish, including octopi, man ta ray, sharks and monsters. All the finny occupants of the artificial lake are made of a special "hot melt" plastic to prevent deterioration. A pair of 2G foot giant squids, a 60-foot long serpent, and a gaggle of life-like mermaids should keep visitors glued to their portholes. Some nine million gallons o f water will be pumped daily through the filtering system, keeping the water clear at all times. "It's the single most expensive ride we've ever built," Walt said. "Altogether it will cost two and a half million dollars. The subs alono were $50,000 each." The towering Matterhorn, tallest structure in Orange County, will be completed for a mere one and a half million dollars. Bobsled tracks for a serpentine ride down and through the mountain already have been installed complete with glacier caverns. Several hundred European-type pine trees and edelweiss shrubs are Being hauled in from the Colorado mountains to add realism to the Matterhorn slopes. These innovations, plus a new "autopia" 'midget car rides for youngsters), the monorail and a new speed boat ride will increase the number of attractions to 48 — compared to 22 on opening day of 1955. "We didn't have enough things for people to do a few years ago," Walt explained. "With 20,000 people in the park there were lines waiting for the various rides "Now we'll be able to accommodate everyone, even on days when 40.000 visitors are on hand." Disney is particularly tickled with his monorail. Officials from many cities have expressed interest in the ride, and upon its com pletion delegations will visit the park to get ideas for commercial rapid transit systems. The new thrills offered by Disneyland bring the total investment in the park to 29 million dollars — the most expensive toy in history. "We aren't stopping here Walt said. "Plans are already underway for the next two years Each June Disneyland will have new attractions. I hope the park is never completed. "Most of the profits from the HOUSE EXTENDS WELCOME WASHINGTON (UPI) — The House p a s s ed a resolution Wednesday stating the United States "would welcome" the host role for the 1964 Olympic Games The resolution, passed by the Senate Tuesday, has been forwarded to the White House. It notes that the international Olympic committee will be invited to hold the games at Detroit. COMPLETE AUTO UPHOLSTERY SEAT COVERS, TOPS CLEAR PLASTIC COVERS AUTO GLASS All Makes Passenger Car and Trucks CALL PY 2-4705 612 FIRST ST. REDLANDS park are plunged right back into expansion and improvement. So far none of our rides have proved unpopular. None have been replaced." A railroad bug at heart, Disney's favorite plaything is the train ride which encircles the entire park. "The railroad is the only thing in Disneyland that I own personally," he grinned. "Everything else is the property of my corporation. Since we added the Grand Canyon diorama last year the National Park Service people have reported a great increase in tourists at the Grand Canyon." Becker Defeats Goren In Bridge Final SEATTLE (UPI) — The B.J. Becker team of New York defeated the Charles H. Goren team, also of New York by 20 international match points Wednesday night to win the Vanderbilt Cup in the final game of the spring natipnal tournament of the American Contract Bridge League. The Becker team was six points down after the first 18 hands but picked up 26 markers in the second 18 to take its 10th victory in 11 Vanderbilt matches. It was a double elimination tournament. The Becker team will be one of the two U.S. representatives in tha World Bridge Olympiad at Rome next January. Redlands Daily Facts Thursday, Mar. 26, 1959-7 Tiny Girl Winning Fight For Life CAMP PENDLETON (UPI) Doctors at the base hospital said today Christine Louise Lachney, who weighed only 22 ounces at birth two weeks ago, appeared to be winning her fight for life. The girl, daughter of Marine! Sgt. and Mrs. Alton Lachney of j Vista, weighed a half-ounce more than March 10 when she was born three months prematurely. At one time, her weight dropped to 18 ounces. But physicians said she was "doing just fine." They added she] would remain in the hospital about four months. No Complaint In Mitchell Case VAN NUYS, Calif. (UPD-Tha district attorney's office refused to issue a felony complaint Wednesday against singer Guy Mitchell, 35, who had an altercation with a lumber dealer last week over an alleged $100 debt. "We have reviewed the medical reports and feel the injuries sustained (by lumberman Abraham Berman, 50) are not sufficient for a felony complaint," said Deputy District Attorney William J. Jennings. Berman sought an assault with a deadly weapon complaint against Mitchell. He claimed Mitchell beat him with his fists and then kicked him while wearing riding boots. TAKING ORDERS NOW TWO FOR THE PRICE OF ONE... Now you can own two exciting new cars for the cost of just one conventional car... two FIATs will give you more than twice the pleasure! For utility, for shopping, for trips, for sports, for commuting, for leaving at the station—you'll find that owning two FIATs suddenly improves your daily living activity, eliminates that rush-to-get-the-car-back feeling, saves so much time and effort. And you'll like FIAT's combination of style, performance, comfort and economy (up to 53 mi. per gal.) and the way it hugs the road in every kind of weather. 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