Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 27, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Monday, January 27, 1964
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4 - Monday, Jan. 27,1964 Red lands Daily Facts PTA sponsors John Strong Circus Redlands Parent Teacher Associations are sponsoring the appearance of the John Strong Circus at several schools this week as a benefit for their assistance funds. | Ten acts are featured in this year's performance including downs, jugglers and trained animals. Highlights are Neena, the baby elephant, trained llama pigmy goats from Africa, dogs and ponies. The show will be at Crafton school tomorrow; Franklin, Wednesday; Kingsbury, Thursday, and Lugonia school on Friday. The performances are given immediately after classes end for the day. Yucaipa incident probed 'Nigger Lover 1 painted on real estate offices WINTER BAIL ROYALTY - Wearing her befeweled crown ond a happy smile. Queen Beth Garnsey (seated) is shown surrounded by her royal court at the Winter Ball at Redlands High school Saturday night. She was elected by the student body on Tuesday but the vote was kept secret until the Ball Saturday night. Miss Garnsey, a senior, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. Garnsey. Princesses (I to r) are Stephanie Chaffee, Carol Matthews, Lynn Brown, Joyce Corum, Brooke Hudlow and Marcia Miller. (Photo by Glenn L. Beemer) Beth Garnsey reigns as queen of Winter Ball Vivacious Beth Garnsey reigned as queen of the annual Winter Ball in Terrier hall at Redlands Senior high school Saturday night. The attractive senior was crowned at mid-evening by Lar ry Cross, president of the se- for their choice of quern lastldcnt Council and the GAA. Tuesday from among seven se -l Serving on her court nior candidates nominated were h jLynn Brown, Joyce Corum, HBrookc Hudlow. Carol Matthews, the seniors. The other six girls; Stephanie Chaffee and Marcia served as princesses of the j Miller. queen's court. I "Frosted Fantasy" was the Miss Garnsey is the daughter:theme of the annual mid-year nior class, who bestowed thejof Mr. and Mrs. Frederick B. : formal dance this year which traditional kiss and a bouquetj(Tad) Garnsey, 1016 Fulbright.!was held from 9 p.m. to mid- of roses. She is president of the RHS Peplnight. Music was provided by The entire student body votediclub, is a member of the Stu-|MarshaI Cram. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Jan. 27 (UP1) — Representative prices by size and grade all oranjjc auction markets: More than half quit smoking 48s 56s 72s 88s I ST. LOUIS, Mo. (l'PI)-More First grade -1.28 4.22 -1.10 5.54: than half the smokers surveyed 113s 138s 163s 180s! at SUDurbaI1 Hazelwood High First grade...3.6.-, 3.B!) .3.28 3.2S 'School have quit smoking since Trend: Higher in spots. NEW YORK (UPI)-Citrus: California Navels: 15'. s cars, half boxes S3.68. Why not foin the hundreds of happy people already enjoying our . . . msui fmin mi SPECIAL! (Tuesday Only) miaous FRIED CHICKEN INCLUDES: • FRENCH FRIES • COLE SLAW • ROLL AND HONEY FOR ONLY 89 C Mhe surgeon general's report (linking cigarettes and cancer, j according to principal Francis jHuss. But, Huss said, the survey also showed tfiat only 6.6 per crnt of the smoking mothers and 7.2 per cent of the smoking fathers had quit. Ikeda promises to stand by U.S. TOKYO (UPD—Prime Minister Hayafo Ikeda promised Secretary of State Dean Rusk today that Japan will bolster its economic aid to other Asian countries as much as possible to curb Communist penetration. Ikeda made the pledge at a lunch for Rusk and other ! American cabinet members, but he said Japan's capacity to help less developed countries depends on the extent of U.S.­ Japanese economic cooperation. Rusk arrived Saturday night for talks on trade and economic problems and the effect France's recognition of Com munist China will have on international affairs, particularly in Asia. He was accompanied by Labor Secretary Willard Wirtz and Commerce Secretary Luther Hodges. SELL With low IT TOMORROW cost Classified Ads CIRCUS FOR FAST TAKE-OUT SERVICE Call 793-1296 'There Is A Difference . . . QUALITY!" B&B DRIVE-IN HIGHWAY 99 AT ALABAMA REDLANDS * CLOWES ' ( A WX WIST COUT TKf ATM 12] Copn SltMi • PT. Week Days Showing 1st Half — 7:07 p. m. 2nd Half — 9:16 p. m. BESIPICIIIOFffiyFJ ACADEMY AWARD WiNNER IMBEYCE OF iiR4BI4 i seeks more wafer from Feather River An additional 13.000 acre feet of Feather River water is being sought for this area by the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water district. Directors voted for the added amount at a recent meeting based on the state's estimate that 532,000 acre feet of water from the state water plan has not been allocated. Horace P. Hinckley, the Redlands representative on the board, was the lone dissenter, He declared that the area has not proved its need for more than the original contract amount of 85,000 acre feet and that the added amount will cost taxpayers another S12 million. Mr. Hinckley contended that the original 85,000 acre • foot contract was arrived at a f t e r many public bearings and dis cussions and was determined to be a sufficient amount of water to care for the valley's needs for many years to come. He noted further that with the added amount, the district would have a contract for nearly 100,000 acre feet and "that's about as much water as the entire valley is using now for agriculture, industrial and domestic purposes." While agreeing that growth in this valley will be phenomenal he still asked, "is it going to be so fantastic that we'll need double our present water supply?" The other four board members apparently decided that it was for they not only authorized a request for the 13,000 acre feet but for a second "extra" allotment of 22,000 acre feet if the surplus of Feather River water extends into a second round The Metropolitan Water district has already asked for approximately 280,000 acre feet of water which the state expects to be available after all con trading agencies ask for extra allotments in the first round. Pastor-Layman roundup at UR this weekend Convening on the University of Redlands campus Friday and Saturday will be the 17th Annual Pastor-Layman Roundup drawing American Baptist ministers and laymen from throughout Southern California. Major addresses will be delivered by the Rev. Dean S. Collins, D. D., executive secretary of the Western and Pacific Region of the American Bible Society and Dr. Ralph L. Bry on, Jr., chief of Oncologic and general surgery at the City of Hope Medical Center. During the two-day session greetings will be extended by Dr. George H. Armacost, past president of the Council of Protestant Colleges and Universities: Grant Simons, president of the American Baptist Ministers of Southern California; and Dr. Franklin Crutchlow, president of the Southern California Baptist Ministers Council. Scheduled to address the Roundup on Friday evening on the topic of "The Glory of the Impossible" will be the Rev. J. Lester Harnish, D.D., pastor of the First Church of Port­ lands, Oregon, formr pastor of the Temple Baptist Church, Los Angeles. Assisting with arrangements for the event and serving as a coordinator is the Rev. John M. Jensen, assistant to the president in charge of church relations, University of Redlands. Pastors' discussions will in' volve such topics as "The Di vorced Person in Church Leadership, "The Variety of Christian Ministers," "The Layman — His Outreach in Christian service;" and "Open Member ship and Baptist Doctrine." It remained unclear today whether the painting of the words "Nigger Lover" on several Yucaipa real estate offices this weekend was the work of pranksters or of serious-minded persons seeking to create a racial incident. The words appeared on win dows and walls of at least six real estate offices along Yucaipa boulevard Sunday morning. An office in Calime'sa was also marked. The letters KKK — abbreviation for Klu Klux Klan — appeared after the words. A reddish colored spray paint was used to inscribe the words in two-foot high letters. The Sheriffs Office notified owners of most firms Sunday morning and the words were quickly washed off or painted out. The victims had no explanation for the incident and none had filed an official complaint, the Sheriffs Office reported. The incident comes at a time when there is a public issue over Quote of Day HUNTSVTLLE, Ala. — Gov. George Wallace urging local, officials to resist Negro attempts to desegregate four more schools: "Where resistance is low, federal authorities and incendiaries follow a steady course of intimidation that ultimately will destroy our entire educa-|by, Informer injured as bomb rips car CHICAGO (UPD —An insur ance agent who turned inform' cr against Chicago crime syndicate hoodlums was blown from his car by an explosion in front of the Chicago criminal courts building today. The victim, Lewis C. Barbe, 32, bad just appeared before a judge in connection with a $48,000 fake insurance plot in which he was expected to be the state's star witness. Police said Barbe's car apparently exploded when he stepped on the starter. There were no known witnesses. Court workers heard the explosion, ran outside, and found Barbe lying beside his wrecked car. He was rushed into surgery at St. Anthony's Hospital, where doctors said his right leg was ripped to the thigh and might have to be amputated. Barbe was in shock and could not be questioned. Barbe and seven other men had been indicted on New Year's Eve on charges of conspiring in the fake insurance plot. housing for Negroes. Enacted by the last Legislature the Rumford Act forbids the seller of a house or a real estate agent, to dis criminate against one who offers to buy one grounds of race. Some Yucaipa Realtors are circulating petitions to put on the statewide ballot the initiative measure which would nullify the Rumford Act. Mrs. Kennedy sends card to RHS Choir Liz, Burton may stay until Wednesday HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton apparently will remain in Hollywood until Wednesday, when they are due to fly to Toronto, Canada, where the Welsh actor begins rehearsals tho next day for a pre-Broadway stage production of "Hamlet." The lovers had train reservations for Saturday night, but canceled them at the last minute. Burton had said earlier that if he and Miss Taylor did not make the trip by train Saturday or Sunday they would go to Toronto by airliner in time for the start of rehearsals. The couple arrived here by- chartered plane last Wednesday from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Singer Eddie Fisher—the third member of the famous triangle —left for New York City on his way to the Winter Olympic Games in Austria without a rumored "summit meeting" with his estranged wife and her lover ever taking place. The glamorous actress went shopping Saturday in preparation for the trip to Canada. One designer said Miss Taylor bought several thousand dollars worth of winter clothing for the Canadian visit. And it was reported that at one time she had a stack of sweaters piled six feet high in her hotel suite A message treasured by members of Redlands High School 's A Cappella Choir and Concert Choir is the acknowledgement by Jacqueline Kennedy of t h e choir's recent expression of sympathy and gift record after the assassination of President Kennedy. The black-bordered pngraved card, addressed to Redlands Choirs, bore the signature of "Jacqueline Kennedy" on the upper right hand corner of the envelope, representing her postal franking privilege. The message read: "Mrs. Kennedy is deeply appreciative of your sympathy and grateful for your thoughtfulness". The letter sent by the choirs to Mrs. Kennedy, Caroline and John, read as follows: "We of the Redlands Senior High School A 'cappella Choir and Concert Choir wish to give to you a copy of our annual Christmas record. This record is a Muscular Dystrophy benefit. "Because it was recorded on Monday, November 25, we think it would be fitting that you should have one. On that day, before making the record, we sang in a special community memorial service for Mr. Kennedy. The selection, "The Lord Bless You and Keep You", which is present on the record, was sung at that service. "Although all activity was postponed throughout the nation and much of the world on November 25, our principal felt that we should carry out our plans to make the recording. In his words, "What better way can we pay tribute to President Kennedy than by giving of ourselves unselfishly?' It is our sincere wish that with this gift you will realize that our thoughts are with you". Cartoon lampoons U.S. policy tional structure." LONDON (UPI)—The Daily Mail today published a political cartoon showing President Johnson giving Atty. Gen. Robert Kennedy instructions on the telephone for his talks with British officials here on Malaysia. The President says "I'm glad (Indonesian President) Sukarno has found our weapons and guerrilla training useful to his boys in Borneo . . . Ah, by the way, as you're in London, Bob- give those British hell Lecture at SBVC "The Impact of Europe's Common Market" is the title of a color film which George F. Anderson will present on the San Bernardino Valley College forum - lecture series Thursday (Jan. 30) at 7:40 p.m. The film, which will be shown in the Col-; lege auditorium, is open to the public free of charge. Disneyland to add an hour Disneyland will add an extra hour to its Saturday and Sunday evening operating schedule beginning February 1. Through February, the P a r k will be open Wednesday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.; Saturdays and Sundays from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. On Washington's Birthday, Saturday, February 22, Disneyland will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. (about those buses for Castro." 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