6 — Thurs., Feb. 6, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Three from Redlands on 7964 Grand Jury listing The 1963 San Bcrnardinojart. James L. Clark. Virgil Luke,M. Feltham. Cucamonga; War- County Grand Jury will submitjand Mrs. Frank E. Moore. iron Freeman, San Bernardino; its final report to the court andj Jack G. Allen of San Bernar- : Mrs. Mcllvine Fuchs, Colton. be discharged on Tuesday. But'dino. foreman of the 1963 Jury.) Dr. Vaughn C. Gardner, the 1964 Grand Jury will bejsaid the final report will beLoma Linda: Horace D. Gecr. formed on Friday, Feb. 14, to filed before Judge Carl B. Ililli-;Ontario: Robert S. Goodman, carry on, it was announced to-jard in Dept. II at 10:30 a.m.;Newberry; George L. Harmon, day. ;ne.\t Tuesday. . jSan Bernardino. TIZZY Three Redlanders arc listed) Immediately upon acceptance on the 30-name roster for the 0 f the report by Judge Hilliard. new Grand Jury. It is from thisjt will be filed with the county list that 19 jurors will be se-; c i cr k and become a public doc- lected by lot, according to Al vin Short of Redlands, county jury and court coordinator Redlanders listed are Mrs. Chris D. Barnes, 26519 Beau mond road; Jack Cooper, 555 Center street; and J. Frank Deshler, 338 Hartzell. jument. The new 1964 Grand Jury will be drawn at 10 a.m. Feb. 14 in Dept. HI before Judge John P. Knauf, who is presiding | judge this year. Those on the 30-name panel (received letters from Mr. Short No one from either Mentonej yesterday notifying them to ap- or Yucaipa was drawn for the!p ea r at that time. Grand Jury and Dr. Vaughn C.j Thc tota i list prov ided by Mr Gardner, 1124 Bellaire. is thc| shor( is as fo n 0 ws: lone Loma Linda resident. ; Chrjs D Bamcs Rcd .; Serv.ng on the current 1963 Homer A B chino;, TO TOKe Up Dr. George W. Haskell, San Bernardino: James L. Ilutton, San Bernardino; Gen. James L. Jackson, San Bernardino; Loyd Loudon, Rialto. C. E. Petersen, Ontario; Rudoplh W. Pico, San Bernardino; John C. Pratt, San Bernardino: Mariano Rotolo, Fontana; Walter C. Sanders, San Bernardino: Robert Sherwood. Upland and Ward H. Schulze, Victorville. State board By Kate Osaan D oze n Dosses leaving "nest" • IKJ W KO. w. TX. I*. US. N>. Off. Rev. Doss home becoming Roman Catholic seminary By RON KIBBY (reparation," Father Lindon'30. Rev. and Mrs. Doss gained The first class at Trinity Col-! stated - [national prominance when they lege — a Roman Catholic sem-| ,Je explained that the Order adopted 12 children of mixed inary on Wabash avenue — will^ was founded in 1878 by the Veryiraces. Only three of the chil- start receiving formal instruc- 1 Rev - Jonn Lcon Dehon, w h ojdren, Tim. Alex and Greg, still tion in September, it wasi was a French lawyer and soci-ilive at home, learned today ' jologist before he entered the Operated by the Priests of the'P ri f (hood - J hc h0rd " has ™Sacred Heart, the seminary wi nj^"at.ons throughout the world, offer a two-year liberal arts pro-] 0ne of Series gram for young men preparing: Trinity College would be one for the priesthood. The semin-j of a sc ™s of educational faculties operated by the Order extending from primary grades to Grand Jury from Redlands are Cyril A. Barnes. Charles Burck- WHY.. does Garvey Motors deliver so many new and used cars. textbooks F. H. Brink. 29 Palms: Charlesj F. Brown. Baker; Richard Bum ! stead. Ontario. J Jack F. Comstock. Fontanj: ; SACRAMENTO <UP1) — The !Robert 0. Cooley, Rialto: Jackistate Board of Education will Cooper, Redlands; Mrs. Gordonjtake up textbooks, teacher jCorwin, Highland; Joe L. standards and the Bill of Rights iDailcy. Vermo. [when it meets Feb. 13-14 in Los j J. Frank Desher, Redlands:!Angeles. iC. Russell Eck, Ontario; Owen I One of the items on the agen- "That Ronnie sure gives up easily. I told him I'd never date him and he's ignored me ever since!" da is a special committee report on whether steps should be taken to see that pupils learn not only what the Bill of Rights says, but also what it means. On the second day of its two- day meeting, the board will meet jointly with the state Cur riculum Commission for further work on the adoption of mathematics, history and geography textbooks. Other items on the two - day agenda include rules for alloting construction bond funds to junior colleges. ary will be located in what is presently the home of the Rev. and Mrs. Carl Doss on Wabash ; tne P° st graduate and advanced avenue at 6th avenue. j study level. There are other colleges and seminaries in Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Wisconsin, Indiana, and Mississippi, and an international college in Rome. Rev. Doss and his family will move from the home on June Work begins on The man who wears this hat protects your money at Provident Federal Savings So do the men who wear these hats Provident Federal Savings offers you this double protection At Provident Federal Savings your money is double-safe. A permanent agency of the United States Government insures your funds up to $10,000. But equally important to you is the careful, conservative handling of your money by Provident Federal's experienced management, headed by President Gordon A. Blunden, and local community leaders who comprise Provident Federal's board of directors. All of these men are keenly aware of the impor tance of protecting your money. They are attuned to the needs of the Inland Empire and vitally interested in its growth. It is these men who assure you of continued high earnings, now at the current annual rate of 4.8%. All are dedicated to the principle of paying the highest rate commensurate with sound business policies. So take advantage of this double protection... open your insured account at Provident Federal Savings right away. PROVIDENT FEDERAL Current Annual Rate SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION CORDON k BUWDEN, PRESIDENT REDLANDS OFFICE: STATE «, ORANGE STREETS, 793-2992 NEW HEAD OFFICE: 3756 CENTRAL AVENUE. RIVERSIDE. 686-6060 DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE OFFICE: 3643 EIGHTH STREET, 686-6060 OFFICE HOURS: 9 *.m.-4 p.m., MONDAY-THURSOAY • 9 «.m.-6 p.m., FRIDAY Earnings Paid Quarterly Preliminary planning for launching the college next Fall is being coordinated by Father Luke Lindon, a member of the Priests of the Sacred Heart. Father Lindon related that Trinity College will eventually accommodate from between 30 to SO men. Initially, however, a much smaller enrollment is anticipated. The Order is in the process! ff13|f>|* TPflftirC of obtaining accreditation from! Wujwl I V|iUIIJ the state Department of Education. As yet, the college staff has not been appointed. Father Lindon explained that French, Latin, Greek, English and classes on religious know! edge will be the college's primary curriculum. Students will advance to highter levels of learning at other educational centers operated by the Priests of the Sacred Heart. No More Building No additional buildings will be constructed on the site, Father Lindon stated. now He noted that the Order was attracted to Redlands by the community's spirit, by proximity of other universities and colleges and by the mild climate. "Priests of thc Sacred Heart at Sylvan Plunge Work began today on major repairs on the restroom and dressing room facilities at Sylvan Plunge. The S6.000 refurbishing proj ect is being done by contractor Don Hunt and is expected to be completed within a month. It is the first major repair of t h e plunge building Park Superintendent Charles Dawson said the work involves some structural repair and includes new toilets and sewer lines. Much of the work is being done to correct sanitary problems. In addition, the inside of the dressing room facilities will get a fresh coat of paint. The outside of the building and Leave Nest The other children are widely scattered. Rita still lives in Redlands, but stays with another family as a mother's helper. She attends Redlands High. Elaine is maried and still resides in Redlands. Susan is attending Long Beach City College. Ted attends Pasadena College and Laura attends high school in Los Angeles. Diane is living in San Diego with Mrs. Doss' sister and is attending high school there. Don is maried and lives in Fresno, and Dorothy is married and lives in Britsh Columbia. She and her husband have two children. Rev. and Mrs. Doss received word this week that their son, Richard, who lives in Blackfoot. Idaho, plans to marry in July. is an international organization!the pool will be repainted prior dedicated to the promotion of to the opening of the plunge this social justice and of love and i summer. Woman thought dead, found very much alive Birth control counseling still in health clinics Birth control counseling will continue as part of the county's regular health clinics, County Public Health director Dr. Merle E. Cosand related. Dr. Cosand stated that there are no plans to establish special family-planning clinics as proposed in a recommendation from the state Board of Public Health. The state board adopted a resolution Jan. 31 calling for county and city health units to set up facilities for family-planning services. The board said these services would include dispensing both information and contraceptives. Dr. Cosand said that an ade-' quate program was already in operation in thc county. "Nurses and doctors are working; with mothers trying to answer questions." he said. He said that periods for family-planning counseling are sche duled into regular health clinics conducted in Barstow, Ontario and San Bernardino. The program, which began two years ago. is directed at low-income, large-family situations, Dr. Cosand stated. State Health Director Malcolm Merrill pointed out that there is nothing mandatory about t h e board's resolution, and that it leaves it up to each local agency whether to set up a birth- control clinic. EAST ISLIP, N.Y. (UPI)— Mrs. Natalie Gleason was slumped in the doorway of her home in this Long Island town when her niece, Claire Schneider found her. She called the family physician, Dr. William Carman, who pronounced the 62-year-old widow dead. Since the cause of death was undetermined, police were notified. Detectives Thomas Richmond, a part-time undertaker, and Jack Shilling arrived to investigate. Some 40 minutes after the doctor's death pronouncement, Richmond spotted a slight movement. "She's alive," he said. "I saw her cheek twitch." This was shortly after noon EST on Tuesday. Mrs. Gleason was still alive today, although in critical condition at Southside Hospital in nearby Bay Shore suffering from an apparent overdose of barbiturates. Dr. Sidney Weinberg, the Suffolk County medical examiner, said cases like that of Mrs. Gleason are "very rare." The apparent overdose of drugs produced "an extreme depressed state" and "death-like symptoms," he said. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 OUR MCESTORS by Quincy Waldo Burroughs states:- "NOW A COMMERCIAL AUTOMATIC WASHER FOR YOUR HOME" . . . and, of course, it's EASY and exclusively at Burroughs. Washeteria Owners Can't Afford Service Costs! CAN^ YOU T "Stop the presses! We're getting out an extra! SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox If you can't — this is the only Automatic for You. EASY IJO MONEY r*v DOWN $ 60 T 1N DE *10 ONLY WALDO r, MONTH APPLIANCES Over 33-Yeon in Redlands j „ 1117 E. 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