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4 - Wei, Feb. 12, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts FIRE LOCATED — This aerial photo looking northeast shows the location in Loma Linda of Edward Risley Hall where fire broke out at 12:17 p. m. today. Fire equipment was dispatched from Redlands, Colton and San Bernardino and from various County-State Forestry stations. Risley Hall is a frame-stocco building built prior to World War II. Designed for the medical school it included teaching and research laboratories, amphitheaters, offices and facilities for the teaching of bio-chemistry, pharmacology and physiology. $1 million fire destroys Risley Hall at Loma Linda 'World War II. By RON KIBBY A faulty light fixture may) In addition to classrooms, i(|a.m. but were unable to locate have touched off a costly fire;contains research laboratories,jthe source, in a Loma Linda University sci-: amphitheaters and offices. | The State Division of Forcs- ence building which was still The fire is believed to have;try headquarters received the burning out of control at l:3o|started in a basement light fix-jfirst call on the fire at 12:17 p.m. today. iture. But the most c.\tcnsive|p.m. and quickly dispatched all Flames whipped by a violenl'damage appeared to be in the;possible state units, northeast wind spread rapidly;biochemistry laboratories on the] But it became apparent rath smoke in the building about II [called for additional fire support and the Redlands fire department sent its big aerial ladder, truck, one pumper and six men. The other two cities also sent one aerial ladder truck and pumper each. There appeared to be no im Peace talks open in Cyprus NICOSIA, Cyprus (UPI1—The United States and Britain opened urgent talks with President Archbishop Makarios on the Cyprus crisis today against a background of new communal fighting. George Ball. U.S. undersecretary of state, and Cyril Pickard, British high commissioner on Cyprus, conferred with Makarios on the revised Anglo- American plan to send a peace force to the troubled Mediter- Long lean season of Lent begins today By LOUIS CASSELS United Press International The "long lean season of Lent" begins today. Lent is to Christians what Yom Kippur is to Jews and Ramadan is to Moslems—a time for fasting, penance and prayer. To those who observe it with real acts of self-denial. Lent seems interminably long. Actually, it IS one of the longest seasons on the church calendar, extending from Ash Wednesday to Easter, a period of 40 weekdays and 6 Sundays. Saints may look forward to Lent. But ordinary struggling sinners are apt to wince at its approach. Exercise is enjoyed least by those who need it most and Lent is a spring training season designed to work out flabby muscles of self-discipline: and obedience. For many, the first Lenten exercise is a wrestling match with conscience. iven in churches which stipulate minimum rules of fasting and abstinence, it is up to the individual to decide what further sacrifices he will make voluntarily. The idea is that each person knows best which appetites he most needs to bring under control. Behind the practice of "giv-j ing up something for Lent" is an ancient Christian intuition; that no pleasure is truly harm-' less if it threatens to usurp: God's rightful place as the su-j preme object of a man's or; woman's devotion. Some spiritual counselors believe that Lent should be a time for giving up cares asj well as pleasures. i They say that pressure, ten- 1 sion, and harrassment are thej deadliest foes of spirituality in; modern society. j Injured crewman airlifted Six dead in traffic accidents LOS ANGELES (UPIV- Six persons were killed and three others injured seriously in Los Angeles area traffic accidents Tuesday night. Killed were: Stanley E. MacCandless. 46. North Hollywood; Joseph Paul Boiler, 32, Los Angeles; Lee Ray Daughterly, 84, and his daughter, Mrs. Muriel Hietter, 61, both of Glendale; James Simonton, 6, Los Angeles, and Thomas Llewllyn, 49, South San Gabriel. NEW YORK (UPI) — An in jured crewman airlifted from a pilot boat at the entrance to Ambrose Channel outside lower New York Bay Monday night was reported in satisfactory condition Tuesday in a hospital. The crewman, Arthur Skola, 45, Thousand Oaks, Calif., was removed from the pilot boat New York by a turbine-powered amphibious helicopter from the Coast Guard Air Station at Floyd Bennett Field, Brooklyn. The Coast Guard dispatched the aircraft after the pilot boat was taken to the U.S. Public radioed that Skola had fallen Health Service Hospital on Stat- 20 feet and was unconscious. He en Island. PERSISTANT GERMAN . VIENNA (UPI) — An Eastj through the upper floor of t h c'third floor. The roof on thc!cr quickly that the primarily!mediate danger to other nearby[rancan island. [German escaped from behind; three-story Edward Risley Hall [east end of the building col- j brush firefighting equipment buildings, but structures do»n-j "You can say a package the Iron Curtain by riding on 1 " would be of little help in fight-jwind were in the path of t h c presentation and pressure forlthe differential of a tourist bus; ing the two-story fire. idrifting smoke which often blot-(acceptance are cccurring simul-lin his fifth attempt to reach! The dispatcher then called; ted out the sun over downtown.taneously," a high W e s t e rnjthe West. Austrian authorities 1 for help from Redlands, San'Loma Linda. 'source said. 'said Monday. ' Bernardino and Colton fire de- whieh houses facilities for teaching biochemistry, pharmacology and physiology. It was still too early to determine the extent of damage, but an unconfirmed estimate placed the loss at more than SI million. The frame-stucco building with full basement was built several years prior to lapsed shortly after 1 p.m. and the fire was spreading rapidly toward the west end. Students at the University aided firemen in fighting the blaze. Students also carried out a large amount of teaching, office, and laboratory equipment. There was an uncomfirmed report that! students first began smelling SAN G0RG0NI0 INN Famous ... For Its Fine Food OPEN DAILY DAILY MENU RELISH BOWL APPETIZERS FRUIT OR SHRIMP COCKTAIL JUICE . . . CHICKEN SOUP . . TOMATO CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVERS SALAD BOWL ENTREES GROUND ROUND STEAK. VEAL CUTLET WITH CREAM SAUCE- ROAST BEEF RAINBOW TROUT SALMON STEAK HALIBUT STEAK _ JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP. 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.35 1.45 1.35 1.35 GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN 1.23 HALF GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN 1.75 HALF BROILED SPRING CHICKEN 1.75 ' BROILED FILET MIGNON 1.65 BROILED TOP SIRLOL\ STEAK 2.95 BROILED N. Y. 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This was quite Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sams, Mr. an occasion for father and and Mrs. John Dayton, Mr. and daughter as it has been 20 years'a Coast Guard helicopter with Mrs. Curtis Simmons, Mr. and;since they have seen one anoth-|two aboard that went to the Mrs. Homer Schricbcr and Er-,er. > bomber's rescue crashed into ma Yates all of Mentone also 1 A birthday dinner was held on! tne sca Tuesday night about Navy patrol bomber's crew saved from ocean LACUNA BEACH. Calif. (UPI)—A Navy patrol bomber with eight crewmen aboard and Mr. and Mrs. Foy Pierce from Sunday in honor of Ernest San Bernardino. (Thomas of 2021 Capri, Mentone The Sams showed the pictures on |,j s 75t h birthday. The dinner that they took on their lust trip „as hold at the home of Mr. to Mexico. .and >i rs . Leonard Walker in On Mrs. Sarah Adams and her tario. Mrs. Walker is a daughter son in law W. J. Schcrer of of Mr. Thomas. Fairbanks, Alaska, spent sever! Others present were the four al days last week visiting atsons and other daughter of the the home of Lieutenent Com-Jhonorec. They arc Mr. and Mrs. mander and Mrs. John C. Lud-iLoa Thomas and Marietta, and ington at Livermore, California.!Mr. and Mrs. Harold Thomas Mrs. Ludington is a daughter ofj3iid Ron all from San Di- Mrs. Adams. |mas. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Arriving by Jet on Monday tol Thomas and two children from spend several days at the home Pomona - Mr - and Mrs - Sam of Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Lang-l Thomas and son from Yucaipa, ston of Mentone are Lieutenant- Mr - and Mrs - Don Schmidt and Commander and Mrs. Gene Per-j son Dclbert from Mentone. ;l Friends present were Ray Martin from San Dimas and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Groenbeck from Pomona. Mrs. Phoebe James 1370 Tourmaline avenue, Mentone, entertained last Wednesday with a bon-voyage luncheon and bridge party honoring. Mrs. Ethel Marquardt and Mrs. Hugh Kirby, who left for the Hawaiian Is- tUl If TlC6niDE9" || lands last Saturday morning. SV/ litQlUtt I I[other guests present were the TffWnfynf -iwaMigim IjBridgeltcs including M m e s. 'Noah Reed. Joseph W . Harriott, Ernest A. Chamberlain, Robert A FOX WtST COAST TKUTH • 123 Coion Strix- • FT. 3-J131 ] Wed. Mlsi Fortune Start* <!:.-.* Thurs.. Fri., Mon., Tuts.. " P. M. Sit. and Son. Conl. 2 I'. M. _ jEMlEWiS. rios — In Color — Vincenl Trirr "COMEDY OF TERRORS" Mexican Players of Padua Hills LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF FOOTHILL BLVD. CLAREMONT "LAS CANACUAS" ENDS FEB. 22 Jamaica After Each Performance TnEATRE—Wed.. Thuri.. Frl.. Sat. Kilo. Wtd., Sat. i'M y DINING ROOM — Dally except Monday Reservations advisable NAtionil 6-1288 five miles off the Southern Cal ifornia coast near here. None of the crewmen from the two aircraft was injured seriously and only one re mained hospitalized after being checked for possible injuries. The four-engine patrol bomber — a P2 Neptune—was "ditched" at sea after fire broke out in the tail section Gusty 40-milc-an-hour winds made the sea choppy, but the crewmen were successful in escaping the downed airplane and getting into a life raft to wait for help. A Navy spokesman said the bomber's crew was made up of reseriists from Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, D.C., on a two-week training cruise at nearby Los Alamitos Naval Training Station. The only one of the 10 fliers involved that was kept under hospital care was R. J. Garmon, crew chief of the bomber. He was taken to the Camp Pendleton Marine base hospital with a wrenched back. Riverside Opera Association PRESENTS TaleJ ej[ Hannah February 14th and 15th — 8:15 P.M. Riverside Municipal Auditorium Professional Cast — Full Chorus and Orchestra Starring: Guilio Viamonte — Richard Riffel — Norma lynn Adults $3.50 and $2.50 - Students $1.50 and $1 TICKETS AVAILABLE AT: The Harris Company — Riverside and San Bernardino Box Office; 3S39 Brockton Ave; P. O. Box 2353 Phone OV 4-43(1 C. Langston, and Emily Daw^ ton. Prizes were given to Mrs. Chamberlain and .Miss Dawton. The club presented gifts to the honorees. Mrs. Kirby's mother Mrs. Pearl Petibury of Canada and Mrs. Marquardt's cousin Gilbert Stevens from Spokane! accompanied the two Mentone vacationers on their trip to the Islands. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Think of "LARRY" PATNT Covert and Protects Like • Shield of Armor LARRY'S Paint House Winn Bldg. 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