Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 27, 1964 · Page 2
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2 - Monday, Jan. 27,1964 Redlands Daily Facts '"Mr. Ellis Is just right for a geometry teacher. He's a perfect square!" GOP to keep Bobby Baker issue hot for election WASHINGTON (UPD— House Republicans accused President Johnson today of "running away" from questions on the Bobby Baker affair. They served notice they will keep the issue hot until the November election. In a round robin colloquy on the House floor, they demanded full public exposure of the profitable outside business ven tures of the former Senate Democratic secretary who was John son's right-band man during the MIMEOGRAPHING TYPING DICTATION LINDA TACKETT 14 North 7th St. Redlands (Atlas Travel Service Entrance) 792-7800 or 793-1793 President's tenure as Senate majority leader. Tbey accused Johnson of bav- ing tried to pass off bis part in the case with a quip. They sa in the case with a quip. They said his explanation was not satisfactory and that they intend to keep hammering away for the answers "for the next 10 months, until we vote." "Up to this point there has been no demonstration of the government relationships that gave Baker his power to land highly lucrative vending ma> chine contracts in the aerospace and defense industries," said Rep. S. R. Gross, R-Iowa, anchor man in the four-way exchange. "He must have had powerful friends who were active and influential in defense and aerospace contract matters." Gross noted that Johnson at a news conference last week volunteered his explanation of the gift of a stereo set and then declined to answer questions on the Baker affair. Rep. Durward G. Hall, R- Mo.. compared Johnson's efforts to disassociate himself from the Baker matter with those of Lady MacBeth to wash the blood from her band. He said It can't be eliminated, and it will not be eliminated for the next 10 months, until we vote Rep. J. Arthur Younger, R- Calif., said all the facts can't be learned until the LBJ Company, owned by the Johnson family, opens the books on its broadcasting properties "for at least the last 10 years." SELL With low IT TOMORROW • cost Classified Ads -"so different!'] • Decorative Accessories Original Gifts & Valentines • Cuitsmtr Forking Volidol.d • You Mo/ Poll in Front 221 East State H»Un V««rtir Aeron from S*ctiMt* B*nk J«nit Vewtor McNamara says Communists still progressing WASHINGTON (UPI) - De fense Secretary Robert S. McNamara told Congress today that the overthrow of the Diem government in South Viet Nam failed to turn the tide in the anti-Communist war and that the Communists "have made considerable progress since the coup." In a report to Congress on the U.S. military posture, Mc Namara expressed hope that the new government of Viet Nam can "take hold and eventually suppress the Viet Cong (Communist) insurrection, But be warned that if the situation does not improve "I can conceive of no alternative other than to take all necessary measures within our capability to prevent a Communist victory." He did not indicate what further measures be had in mind. Although he emphasized that this is a Vietnamese war," McNamara also said the survival of an independent government of South Viet Nam is im portant to the security of South east Asia and the free world, Must Maintain Guard The defense chief said that despite improved prospects for world peace in recent months and the divisive effect in the Communist camp of the Soviet- Chinese feud, the United States cannot afford to let its guard down. He made the statements in supporting President Johnson's request for a $51.2 billion defense budget for the new fiscal year starting July 1, a $1.1 billion cut from current outlays. McNamara said Communist guerrilla activities in Viet Nam already were increasing when the government of Ngo Dinh Diem was overthrown in a coup. The new government has considerably more popular sup port than its predecessor," the secretary said, "and the mili tary revolutionary committee is beginning to take action to intensify military operations and to improve civil adminis traton." But be said the tide bad not yet been turned although he expressed hopes that the com ing dry season would help the anti-Communist cause. McNamara said "tensions our relations with the Soviet Union are easing" and said they have been on a "downward slope" since the Cuba missile crisis in the fall of 1962, Combat Unltt Removed He said all of the Soviet combat units in Cuba have been removed although he said several thousand training and technical personnel r e m a i there. The defense secretary said that as long as political and economic instability continues to exist in so many countries, both the Soviet Union and Red China will find "many low-cost opportunities to carry on their assault on freedom and to spread the doctrine of comma nism." "The fact that they are now competing with one another trying to win the allegiance of uncommitted nations may ac tually increase our difficulties since it may well stimulate them to even greater efforts in Norwegian Girl To Be Bride Of Garry Patterson Mr. and Mrs. Endre Hovlans- dal of Bergen, Norway, announce the engagement of their daughter, Gunbild Borgny Hov- lansdal, to Williams Garrick Patterson, son of Mrs. William S. Marshall of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Edmund D. Patterson of Redlands. Gunhild, who recently came to this country from Norway, was educated in Bergen. A registered nurse, she is currently employed in a San Jose hospital. Garry is now a resident of Palo Alto where he is employed as a research engineer by the Hiller Aircraft Corp. He graduated with a degree in engineering from Stanford University in 1957 and has completed two years of service as a lieutenant with the U. S. Air Force. Wedding plans are being made for February 8 in Palo Alto. ccietif MISS JOSEPHINE REAV Society Editor ear V FILM SCHEDULED FOR COA MEETING Tuesday evening in Sacred Heart parish hall. Court Our Lady of Lourdes, Catholic Daughters of America, will show a film titled "To Be and To Do". This film will show the activities and charities of t h e organization on a national scale. All women of the parish, especially those interested in becoming members, are invited. Mrs William A. Streit, world missions chairman, will display and explain some of the local court's activities. Mrs. John C. (Gorman) and her committee will serve refreshments. OUTSTANDING VALUES! The BOOTERY SH0E_ CLEARANCE DRESSY FLATS DRESSY HEELS NATURAU1ERS $<?90$Ej90 • CM»S« • »itq«« Reg. ft S13.«» The Shoe with the •emrifal Fit. $790 S12.»t ODDS and ENDS MEN'S SHOES VALUES TO SI2 .W $P90 OPEN FRI. NITE TIL 9 t OPEN HI. NITE TIL 9 SOONER OR LATER YOUR FAVORITE SHOE STORE 18 EAST STATE STREET REDLANDS ALLIANCE FRANCAISE MEETING WEDNESDAY Dr. Arthur Knodel, director of the French department at USC, will speak at the Wednesday evening meeting of the Alliance Francaise to begin at 7:45 in the Peppers Art Center at the University of Redlands. His topic will be Adrienne Meunier and Sylvia Beech, "L'Qxe de la Rue de L'Odeon". SERIES SOLOIST — Lee Suitor, University of Redlands senior and member of the American Guild of Organists, will perform Handel's Organ Concerto on the Loma Linda Artists series February 8. The program, under direction of Prof. John Golz of the U. R. school of music faculty, will feature chamber music as played by U. R. students. Performers will also include a quartet comprised of Claire Sheldon and Judith Olson, violins; Janice Mcintosh, viola, and Karen Dickey, 'cello; and the U. R. string orchestra organized and directed by Mr. Golz. Women Voters League Slates Film Showing Ted Kennedy stumps for John Tunney RIVERSIDE (UPD—Sen. Edward M. (Ted) Kennedy, D- Mass., brother of the late President Kennedy, went on a political stumping trip for old college roommate John V. Tunney, son of former heavyweight boxing champion Gene Tunney, during the weekend. The young senator was well received by crowds at stops throughout the 38th Congressional District, where the 29-year- old Tunney is seeking to unseat Republican Pat Martin. During the weekend appearances, the 31-year-old Kennedy made a point of thanking his audiences for the sympathy that had been shown his family in the death of President Kennedy. While the campaigning was in progress, Indio school teacher Manuel Banda announced his intention to compete against Tun ncy. the more vulner- of the world," he penetrating able areas said. McNamara said, however, he believes that economic strains in the Soviet Union are causing the Russians to reduce their military forces and also sharp ly reduce new military aid commitments to non-bloc countries in Africa and Asia. He said he docs not believe Chinese Communist efforts to build a nuclear bomb will produce "significant weaponry" in the next 10 years. Then, indicating he believes large-scale war can be avoided in the near future, be said: "The Chinese Communists accused the Soviet Union of lacking courage, and called for a more militant approach to fruggle. Actually ... Redlands unit of the League of Women Voters will meet tomorrow at University Methodist Church, 910 East Colton avenue. A coffee hour from 9 to 10 a.m. will precede the business meeting. Topics to be covered dur-| ing the program will include League history, organization and purpose. Also featured at this orientation meeting will be the film "A Woman's Place". The program will end at 11:30, but anyone wishing to remain for informal talks and discussions about the League are invited to bring a box lunch. Coffee will be provided. Child care will be offered at Fay Groman's house, 826 Ban-j yon drive, telephone 792-3372. At the February meetings, the Redlands unit will study "T h e California Legislature: Evalua tion of factors that affect the responsiveness and responsibil ity of state legislature - elec tion term of office, compensation, frequency and length of sessions, legislative duties." As stressed at an earlier Redlands unit meeting, the League never supports or opposes candidates for public office. It is solely concerned with service and the study of governmental issues, providing the public with factual and non-partisan infor mation. The purpose of the League is "to encourage political respon sibility through the active and informed participation of citizens in government". All persons of voting age interested in representative government will be welcomed. RNA Palm Club Elects Officers Presbyterian Women To Meet In Palm Springs By Ruth Millelt' Every American family, it seems to me, would be happier if they treated their house like a home, instead of a showcase. They work and save through the years to make it just the kind of dream house they've always wanted to own. They pour money into making it attractive and livable, into putting in all the wonderful new labor saving devices. And when the dream house is a reality, then what? They i start saving to get away from home! What's behind this two-sided desire to own the perfect place to live, and then to get away from it as often as possible? It is because we've worked so hard achieving the ambition of a perfect home that we can't ever really relax in it? Maybe we're afraid that when the kids come home from school, they'll scuff the perfectly waxed floors with their muddy boots or clutter up the perfectly kept front yard with their toys. And so to have a really gay and carefree time we have to run off and leave the perfect house behind us, leave it and the care of it and the worries connected with it. We "rough" it in some place where we can relax without worrying because the lawn needs mowing, the rose bushes need spraying, or because the children are a constant threat to the order of the beautiful home. Margaret Hann was elected president of Palm club, Royal Rev - James E. Jones, pastor Neighbors of America, during of the Westminister Church of the recent club meeting at the Los Angeles, will be featured | Watch the carefree, easy relax- home of Jessie Heston, 621 speaker Wcdnesday at lhe an . ?«°n ot any family "roughing Brookside avenue. Mrs. Hann , . . >t on vacation, and you can't succeeds Iva Allred in office. nual mid - winter mee, "ig of the help but wonder jf , he famUy Also elected were Frances!?' v . ersld l Presby . tena ' at Palm:couldn't have a little more of Patch, vice president, and Hazel Cox, recording secretary Leona Herman led the group in a games session after the business meeting and the mem bers noted the birthday of Mary Brockley, presented a birthday cake to her during the refreshment hour. Mary Colley was co-hostess with Mrs. Heston. Others present were Rena Torrance. Lucy O'Sheal, Goldie Edmondson. Hazel Hendricks, Ella Hawkins. Abigail Paris, Anna Kuite, Wini fred Webster and Lottie Morgan. MENTONE WOMAN'S CLUB TEA TUESDAY Mentone Woman's club will have a membership tea tomorrow at 1:30 p.m. in the clubhouse on Tourmaline avenue. An interesting program is planned. Hostesses will be Mmes.jsociation. or through the local Hugh Kirby, I. Purl Fleming, United Presbyterian Women's and Joseph W. Harriott. | Association. Springs Community church, 284 South Cahuilla drive. Mr. Jones will tell of his unique experiences while in Brazil and of his ministry in the "Inner City." Theme for the day will be "Opportunities Unlimited" and the morning session will open at 10 a.m. Rev. Clark Fisher of Calvary Presbyterian church. Riverside, chairman of the church and society committee of Riverside Presbytery, will present the history and background of the church's position on the relationship between church and state during the morning meeting. Women of the 30 United Presbyterian churches of Riverside, San Bernardino and Imperial Counties are invited. Reservations for the luncheon and child care may be made with Mrs. Don MacPherson, president of the Palm Springs Women's As that same easygoing fun all year round if the house weren't quite such a perfect place and was more of a home. OES STARLIGHTERS MEETING TOMORROW Starlighters club of Copa del Oro, Order of Eastern Star, will meet in the Masonic temple's Snack Room tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. Games will be played and and all Eastern Star women are invited. Chairman for the evening is Geraldine Blackburn. Cubs Hear Talk On Fire Safety Parents and boys of Cub Scout Pack 16 were given an exhibition on fire safety by Battalion Chief Merle Huisjen, Redlands Fire Department, at the Jan uary meeting at Crafton School. Chief Huisjen explained that fuel, air, and heat are the three ingredients necessary to produce and sustain fire; demonstrated possible dangers in using gasoline; and showed how overloaded or faulty electric wiring can result in fire. In conclusion, he revealed the three main causes the I of fire — men, women, and chil- bothldren — and stressed their im- Q—The bidding has been: West North East South IV Pass Pass ? You, South, hold: 4KJ1087 VA +K543 *AQS What do you do? A—Double. This is x takeout doable, but if your partner chooses to convert it to a penalty doable 70a should do very well. TODA3TS QUESTION 1 Your partner bids one spade over your double. What do you do now?. Answer Tomorrow SELL With low • IT TOMORROW cost Classified Ads For Those Who Take Pride . . . A Service of FINE CRAFTSMANSHIP E, D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 794-1789 PHONE 793-1106 117 No. 4th ST. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS BETWEEN STATE STREET and REDLANDS BLVD. have shown a realistic appre- portance in fire prevention, eiation of the power opposing A film, "The Golden Fish." them and a desire to keep was shown to the boys by Bob crisis from going beyond their Lehmann while parents conduct- control.' MAKE f RIEN05 -HE* Helping another break a nervous habit takes tact. MATTRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Pick-Up and Delivery Frc* Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. 122 CAJON PY 3-5851 ed a pack business meeting. Bill Schram presented awards to Glen Fowler, Bobby Jones. Glenn McCuster; and silver star to Mrs. Barbara Fowler, Den Mother of Den 2, for the cubs having the most achievements completed Mrs. Fowler was also given custody of the pack flag until the next pack meeting, as Den 2 won the parents attendance count. PAJAMA PRISONERS LONDON (UPI) — Britain's Home Secretary Henry Brooke has approved the issue of pajamas to male prisoners as a step towards humanizing the nation's jails. The Studio of WM. ELMBR KIHGHAM A blazing fireplace is the worm heart of the William Kiley home in Redlands; understatement is the key' word, reflecting Mrs. Kilty's challenging request for "rooms in which 1 am not owore of the decorator.". Decorator: Robert Baker ROBERT BAKER MM0R5 II WJt vine slrrof • redJonds • colifomkj • pyramid 3-3259

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