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4 — fflMtfay, Feb. 4, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Dr. Smith to be speaker at Scout pilgrimage Dr. JIarc Jack Smith, Dean of Faculty at the University of Redlands, will be the featured speaker Saturday at the 25lh Lincoln Sbrine Pilgrimage program sponsored by the Grayback Council, Boy Scouts of America. The annual pilgrimage is held each February on the Saturday closest to Lincoln's Birthday. Dr. Smith will talk on "Lincoln — a Part of America's Heritage." His remarks will highlight a program in the Redlands Bowl following the traditional scout pilgrimage through downtown Redlands. Girl scouts and boy scouts from this area will form at 8:30 a.m. and will start their march at 10 a.m. from the corner ol Orange street and Colton avenue. DR. MARC JACK SMITH MENTONE-CRAFTON By GEN SCHMIDT Facts Mentonc Correspondent Telephone Redlands 794-1903 ^.^V t C, TIGHT SQUEEZE — There was very little daylight between the top of Lockheed Propulsion company's 156-inch diameter rocket motor and this freeway bridge near Banning yesterday. The case was delivered to Rohr Aircraft in Riverside for insulation before delivery to Lockheed Redlands in about three weeks. The giant case dwarfs the cars passing it. It made a two-week trip from New York to California. Lockheed's giant rocket casing concludes trip The mobile unit of the County Tuberculosis association was in Mcntone today from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 3 to 6 p.m. nt the Standard Station across from the post office. Members of the Mentone Golden Age Group assisting were Mrs. H. H. Constant, Sarah Adams, John McCormack and Joseph Harriott. Tomorrow night Wednesday the 5 of February the regular meeting of the Mentone Chamber of Commerce will meet at the Womans Club house. The meeting will begin at 7:30. The Chamber of Commerce is made up of people who are interested in Mentonc, how it grows, if it grows, and so on. There are many people in Mentone that are as interested in what hap This Sunday night Dr. Fred Judson pastor of the Trinity Baptist Church in Santa Monica I will show slides of the Congo. This is another one of the series of programs held in accord to the School of Missions at the Baptist Church. Reverend Caraway said that Rev. Judson has recently made a trip through the Baptist Missions in the Congo. From the recent trouble in the Congo these films will be very interesting to many of the members and friends of the church and everyone is invited to attend. The service will start at 7 p.m. Mentone Congregational Church News The Adam and Eve Club will butTeV '^l-et at the church tonight at--- on Mondays 7 to 10 P. ptua IU '"t""^ - _ \c?n tnv thmr annual not luck LJJ j Q Room 403. Industrial arts class offered in adult school Industrial Arts Adult Educa tion classes arc offered, accord ,„.„. ins to Jack fiinklcy. Coariina-; Unilc( , Sutes from New York ,__.._ °Many "Do It Yourself" ar-' t0 CaWornia - jwhen it is loaded. jby E.\ceIco of Silver Creek tides can be made in the Adult! T h e case. 22 feet long and 13! 2 -In the casting process, lhej N - Y - and w ' 11 a 's° be trucked Education Woodworking clasil fcct in diameter, is the largesti case i s put in a vertical 0 ven ,across the country and be sub' - 'size rocket believed practical tol™^ lnnHnH uith nrooellant. This Lockheed Propulsion company's giant ISS-inch rocket case reached Rohr Aircraft in Riverside yesterday after a two- week jaunt across the entire which is similar to uncured propellant. This is then baked in a curing oven and forms an adhesive material which serves to bond propcllant to the affects the thrust and burning time. With these processes out of the way, the giant rocket will be carefully trucked out to Potrero where it will be stored to wait until its other two seg ments catch up with it. The will be the same diameter but will be approximately 18 feet long instead of case 122. They. too. are being built Judge Ben G. Alexander to seek re-election held on Wednesday evenings,, 6 -30 to 9 :30 p.m. in the Shop transport by land routes Building at Redlands High School. The class is under the direction of Don L. Spindt Furniture articles including cabinets, chest of drawers, book shelves, and coffee tables may be constructed of pine, oak or Philippine mahogany. Other projects may include patio furniture, boats and furniture refinishing. Both men and women may attend, and beginners are encouraged. Other Industrial Arts classes include: Auto Shop, given on Tuesdays 7 to 9 p.m. under direction of Merl Nelson. Mechanical or Architectural Drawing with Robert J. Sullivan But it still hasn't quite reached its ultimate destination. In about three weeks, it will be (brought to the Lockheed Redlands plant. Then, finally, it will be trucked out to the Potrero test site southeast of Beaumont. What happens to the case in these intervening weeks to convert it from a tube-like metal to one of the most powerful rocket motors this country has ever built? The first step is now underway at Rohr aircraft It is called an 'insulation" process. A "Buna" rubber is applied to the inside of the case, then is bonded un-jto the inside of the case, der pressure in a procedure 4— The final step is to pull similar to vulcanization. This I an object known as the "man^^T ^^»«q*» ** annual pot luck wise if there are decisions made su PP el at the Chamber of Commerce meetings that you do not agree with, and yet you did not give them your ideas then how can one blame the Chamber of Commerce. They have asked for the views on the ideas of a Volunteer fire department and many other important projects. All of these subjects will be discussed at the meeting tomorrow night. Former Mentone residents Arthur and Sue Cassel now residing in Cherry Valley are the proud parents of a daughter Michele Denise Cassel, 6 lbs. and 2 ozs. born at the Redlands hospital January 24. Maternal grandparents are Mrs. Betty Jones of Yucaipa, and Eugene Jones from Long Beach. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. John S. Cassel, of Redlands. Little Shelley also has three great grandparents: Mrs. Ethelyn James, Yucaipa; Mrs. Frances Sil- lifant, Tucson Arizona and Mr. Milo D. Cassel of San Diego and a great great grandmother Mrs. Minnie Cassel, Vienna Virginia. Reverend Lawrence Caraway of the Mentone Baptist church was very pleased to make the announcement yesterday that this last Sunday February 2 there was the largest attendance in the Sunday School division of the Church than there has registered in several years and from the total of 99 that attended he hopes to reach over the 100 mark. In March they will use the slogan "March to Sunday School in March". Mr. Caraway also wishes to announce that this last Saturday night February 1 there was a beautiful wedding solomnized at the Gregory Memorial Chapel at the Baptist Church. The wedding united Miss Sheryl Smith and Ernest Dale Pine. The couple will reside in Mentone after arriving home from their honeymoon. This Thursday February , the Womans Fellowship will meet for a potluck luncheon at the church. The luncheon will be at 12 o'clock. Following the luncheon a program will be held. Mrs. Charles Beedy is in charge of the program, it will be a film on "Social Action". Hostesses for the day are the Mrs. Earl Sams, W. O. Goodart and Martin Peterson. On February 8 beginning at 10 a.m. the Womans Fellowship is sponsoring a bake sale to be held at the Snyders market in Mentone. The proceeds from the bake sale will be sent to the former church of the Reverend Flygares at Canterbury, Connecicut. This church had a fire on Christmas eve and many churches all over the country are having projects such as the bake sale to help the people of the church in Canterbury to get back on their feet again. One dollar may not go far but several dollars help a great deal I A KM WEST CO*ST TMATIE El • 113 Cejoa StiMf . PT. 3-4131 Wed. Miss Fortune Starts 6:50 p.m. Mon. & Tues. — 7 P. M. Adult Entertainment uascH comm.. mm L uresnt —, L£MM0N MseiaiNE BlUYWILOErTS uMnxveE TECHMCOUr PMMVBKm-SmDmni Also — In Color Susan Hayward "STOLEN HOURS" Fees include a basic registration fee of S3.50 plus individual class and supply fees. Registrations will continue to be accepted for these and most other Adult Education classes. For further information, call 793-2256. and loaded with propcllant. This will take about seven days since it will be loaded with approximately two-thirds of a million pounds. The propellant is a thick liquid at this point and is loaded under partial vacuum to speed the flow and reduce [air bubbles which might cause uneven burning. 3—Curing the propellant is next. The motor is left in the I underground oven at a moderate temperature of about 140150 degrees for several days. The heat accelerates the action „ curing agents in the propellant mix so that the mix solidifies and becomes fully bonded is expected to be completed in about three weeks. At Lockheed's Redlands plant, there will be four primary steps to complete the finished product. 1—Continuation of case preparation by lining it (almost like Idrel." This is a metal bar used as a core around which the propellant has been poured. The shape of the mandrel is tailored to the specific requirements of each motor. This shape determines the amount of area exposed for burning when the parauoii uy uniuj; it v<juii^t uivt i'—'^" -— ~ painting) with a substance'mandrel is removed and thus [fueled rocket. across the country and be subjected to insulation and loading. Then, sometime in late [spring, the three segments will be joined by Lockheed's tapered pin process in the giant test I bay at Potrero. With nozzle attached, the assembled motor will be about 75 feet high and is expected to [provide about one million pounds of thrust. Finally, upon command, there [will be a tremendous roar, a skyward gush of flame, and, in perhaps two minutes, months of preparation will be burned to bits. But Lockheed engineers will have tapes and tapes of tata to prove the feasibility of their project as well as the capability of their jet tab system for directional control of the rocket thrust. This will be quickly transmitted to the Space Systems division of the Air Force Systems command which awarded Lockheed S6 million to build and test the immense solid- Redlands Justice Court Judge Ben G. Alexander revealed last night that he will seek re-election to the local judicial district bench in the June primary election. Judge Alexander announced his plans during a talk before the Mentone Republican Women's Club. He told the group that he would be a candidate for the non-partisan office which he said demands "fair and impartial treatment of all people." He was first appointed to the Redlands court in 1960 to complete the unexpired term of Judge H. O. Harrawood. A new state law forced him to run for election in 1962, and he emerged victorious. But the 1962 election victory allowed Judge Alexander to complete only the final two years of the six-year term to which Judge Harrawood had been elected in 1958. This year, Judge Alexander will be campaigning for a full six-year term. He expects to declare his candidacy officially on or shortly after February 14. Judge Alexander, who resides at 340 Fountain avenue in Redlands, was installed last month as president of the San Bernar- Idino County Judges, Marshals and Constables Association. He is a member of the Elks Club, Kiwanis Club and the Masonic Lodge. His justice court career began in 1958 when he was elected to the bench of the Calzona Judicial District near Parker Dam. BEN G. ALEXANDER ANNOUNCES VISIT LONDON' (UPI) — Communist Chinese Premier Chou En- lai and Foreign Minister Chen Yi will gisit Burma, Pakistan and Oylon, the New China News Agency said today. In a transmission monitored here, the news agency did not specify the dates of the visits. Queen Mother recuperating from operation LONDON (UPI) — Queen Mother Elizabeth had her appendix removed today at King Edward VII Hospital and was reported feeling "very well." The 63-year-old mother of „ ... Queen Elizabeth If was rushed nine and human rabies in Cali to the hospital Monday night fornia believe the controls im County Health director defends dog leash law Control of dogs by leash law was defended by county Public Health Director Dr. M. E. Cosand today. Dr. Cosand asserted that "those who have been given the responsibility for preventing ca- Lieut. Paul enters USAF pilot training LAUGHLIN AFB, Tex. — Sec- lond Lieutenant Leigbton L. Paul of Sanger, Calif., has entered United States Air Force pilot training here. Lieutenant Paul will fly the newest Air Force jet trainers and receive special academic and military training during the year-long course. He will be awarded the silver wings of a pilot upon graduation. The lieutenant, son of Mr. and Mrs. George W. Paul, 939 East Brockton avenue, is a graduate of Redlands High school. He was commissioned in 1963 upon completion of the Reserve Officer Training Corps program at Fresno State College, where he received a B.A. degree. He also attended San Bernardino Valley College. His wife, Linda, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Ludwick of 15 Bow "C" road. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOURE. Editor. Published every evening (excepl Sunday) at FacU building, 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1890, 74Lh year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advancel By Carrier Delivery Ooa Month I t.sn Three Mentha 4.;n Six Mentha X.S" One Tear .— 16 .4U Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Feb. 4 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 48s 56s 72s 88s First grade... 5.19 4.40 4.24 3.43 113s 138s 163s First grade 3.59 3.92 3.58 Trend: Higher in spots. NEW YORK (UPI)-Citnis report: California Navels: 5 cars, half boxes S3.83. following diagnosis of the condi tion and spent the night in a private ward. Sir Arthur Porrit, sergeant- surgeon to the Queen and one of five doctors in attendance, issued a statement this morning that "the operation has been carried out." "It took about half an hour." Porit said. "She is very well. She will not be receiving any visitors." The hospital issued an official medical bulletin that said: "The operation for the removal of the appendix was performed on Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother at 9 a.m. today. Her majesty's condition after the operation is satisfactory. "The operation was performed by Sir Ralph Marnham, assisted by Sir Arthur Porrit. The anesthetist was Dr. E. F. Johnson." Messages of sympathy and wishes for speedy recovery poured into the Royal Court after the dramatic announcement Monday night that the Queen Mother's operation had .forced cancellation of her 30.1000-mile trip to New Zealand and Australia, scheduled to start Friday. Her daughter, Queen Elizabeth, who is expecting her fourth child this spring, returned to Buckingham Palace Monday by train from her country house at Sandringham to be near her mother. Prince Philip drove to London. The Queen Mother was ad mitted to King Edward VII Hospital as an honorary colo- (nel-in-chief of several British regiments. The hospital is open only to officers and ex-officers. posed are necessary." His statement was in response to criticism by Sever Lincoln. 30490 East Sunset drive, Redlands, who maintains that leash law enforcement is "irrelevant" to the control j>t rabies. Mr. Lincoln expressed his views in a Letter to the Edi- jtor published in the Daily Facts Jan. 29. "The only relevant precaution is the vaccination of every pet that can catch the disease," Mr. Lincoln stated. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or an pliances will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. One Month One Tear -. By Mall ..I 1-5(1 18.0" SUNDAY MORNING DO-NUT CLUB 3-6-9 Doubles FREE COFFEE! FREE DO-NUTS! EVERY SUNDAY at 11 a. m. Entry Fee — $4 per team S2 Bowling — $2 Prize Ladies: Let us find you a Bowling "Pardntr" for Sunday Mornings EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Colton Ave. Phone 7W-2S25 Dr. Cosand explained that the [declaration of the California State Health Department that San Bernardino County is an endemic rabies area includes several requirements. 'One is that all dogs under four months old be confined or kept under physical restraint Another is that all dogs receiving initial injection of rabies vaccine shall be confined for 30 days." the county health director said. He continued, "It would be J administratively difficult to enforce these provisions and not also require similar management of other dogs. "Those people who do not have dogs probably outnumber those who do about five to one. Those in t h e majority group know whether an unrestrained dog is under or over four months of age, or whether or not he is vaccinated. Those charged with enforcing the law would not know in many in stances. "Nearly everyone dislikes to see dogs or any animal restrained unnecessarily, but those who have been given the responsibility for preventing ca nine and human rabies in Cali fornia believe that the controls imposed arc necessary. "This department hopes for the day when rabies will be eradicated in domestic and wild mammals, including bats. "Until that time constant vigilance and the cooperation of all dog owners is essential to keep rabies from invading our Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Feb. 4 «UPIi — Eggs: Prices to retailers f.o b. to distributor plants idelivered l'b cents higher*: AA extra large 49 , 2-53 1 v. A extra large 48'.b-51 I .r, AA large 42^-46'^. A large Wj-il'L*. B large 36 , „-37 , 3. AA medium 401..-43 1 ;. A medium .IB'i-GO 1 ^. AA small ol'i- 34' 2 . A small 29' 3 -30'2. Prices to consumers: AA large 5362, A large 51-53, AA medium 49-58, A medium 53-55. AA small 45-49. A small 42-45. Poultry: Fryers 16-19, roasters 2125. light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.60. hens cross 5'~6 wtd- avg. 5.68; turkeys: young toms 23 and under 21. young hens 24-24'j. Colonel Wilhoyt nominated for Brigadier General NORTON AFB — Colonel Ellis Edmund Wilhoyt. Jr.. 48, Corps of Engineers. Deputy (or Civil Engineering, HQ Air Force Ballistic Systems Division, and Commanding Officer. Corps of Engineers Ballistic Missile Construction Office, has been nominated for Brigadier General, U. S. Army. The nomination is subject to Senate confirmation. Colonel Wilhoyt was assigned to BSD in February, 1962. He came to the then Inglewood based unit from Ft. Leonard Wood, Missiouri, where he had been commanding officer of the 18th Engineer Brigade from August 1961. A graduate of West Point, class of 1937, Wilhoyt received a Masters Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of California, Berkeley, in 1940. He also graduated from the Command and Staff College, the Army War College, and the ! Industrial College of the Armed : Forces. ! Colonel Wilhoyt heads some [2700 engineering, technical and administrative specialists constructing ICBM operational bases and facilities. CEBMCO, although a Corps of Army Engineer unit, is under the operational control of the Ballistic Systems Division of the Air Force Systems Com- imand. cannot always be expected to I animal poulation. When you see a Continental, take a second look Notice the kind of person who enjoys it. Then experience the Continental yourself— the sedan you see here or the unique four-door convertible. Discover its increased spaciousness, its ride, its luxury, its comfort. You will know what makes the Continental. America's most distinguished motorcar. 3= -^-Lincoln Continental i»coi» ut«a«» ffvvoH <3££> u= ' 0 * «"•»*"" JIM GLAZE, INC. 420 W. Redlands Blvd. Redlands "Don't balloon to the moon.... 6. 9 Come down to earth and play it safe. Save at Arrowhead Savings where accounts are insured by an agency of the Federal Government up to $10,000. Your money will earn 4.85% interest compounded quarterly, together with daijy interest and bonus interest. Come join the crowd and we can assure you that at Arrowhead Savings you will receive down to earth service from some real down to earth people.^ current annual rate AND LOAN 4§» ASSOCIATION 301 W. Highland Ave., San Bernardino, Calif. 148 South Riverside Ave., Rialto, Calif.

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