Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 20, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 20, 1964
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Science, mathematics teachers in conference Outstanding science "first place" but as "out- mathematics teachers of high standing" representatives of schools of San Bernardino and! s f icn , c . e a . nd mathematics in- 1 Riverside counties will be giv-l sm,ctlon ln ,helr h 'S h schools., 1 en VIP treatment Thursday night, Feb. 27, by representatives of industry and education., The teachers will attend late afternoon conferences at the University of Redlands. hearing:,'" , a, . m V <• „:„— „„,, „,,K „ m ,,;^,lhey re appreciated Bed Cross fund j Mrs. Mitchell to head kickoff dinner sefj deleqation to CDC meet for March 2 from science and mathematics faculty leaders and from leaders of science-oriented industry. They will be guests of the University at dinner, where the principal speaker will be Robert L. Olson, the man from North American Aviation Inc. who is responsible for the planning and fabrication of the ! Mrs. Blanche Mitchell, presi-opment, civil rights and educa- ;dent of the Redlands Deniocra- t ion Kickoff dinner for the iJSA l7deS .SOT3: , ^. Robert of the Red- We need more such teach-iRedlands Red Cross fund cam-iternatcs to the California Demo- lantls CDC and a ljK facult > ing." explained T. Allen Lynch, paign will be held on Monday, cratic Council (CDC) convention member, is chairman of the pan- chairman of the Inland Indus- March 2, 6:30 p.m. at the Edi- in Long Beach this weekend. el on "education." This will be try-Education Council, sponsor|son company, it was announced The Redlands delegation will j n the Lafavette hotel, starting of the event, "and we plan toItoday by Dr. Gilbert L. Brown. leavc tomorrow evening in time ,, „ , m ' let them and others know[ general chairman. to register and attend the open- , " , Appointed to head various dt- ing session at 3 p.m. tomorrow' . At no ° n Saturday, the convert- Gilbert Brown. Univcr-ivisions of the campaign arc Mrs.:in the Long Beach arena. llon wl1 ' reconvene for reports Robert McKenzic. special gifts; I Scn Eu2cnc McC arthv of ° n „ C ° nC l ' S1 ° nS , ° fthC PanC '* 30(1 Tnsonh w FmrJ win^ • i•.• s „ . "U 01 will also hear acceptance Joseph \\. tnarson. business. Mmnesota will be the kevnote „„„„>,,„ frnm nnm innpc fnr sen Ol vnr r I-irrmnc Tnm-i t inrit i .1 • speccnea irom nominees ior scn- uuver 1*. Jacques, wma "ncia| S peaker on the evening program. atnr and Mrs. Robert II. Wilson, ad-j jt rs . j ovcc Turncv. formerlv vance gifts. ' of Redlands. will also have a ,.AIA i„r Use c>>u 1 J.: ju,.i < his iicuiih, su.«.r~. the Senate candidate. j Democrats have already an- Clair Engle, the incumbent.| n0 unced they will challenge him. and a Democrat, has announced; Mrs. Mitchell said the Red- he will seek re-election but wilillands delegates will go to the not be able to attend the CDC | convention "informed but unin- convention. Because of s o m e'structed." Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 20, 1964 - 9 Dr. sity of Redlands administrator and president of the Southern [California Industry-Education Council, will present medals to the outstanding teachers. LONG SHOT THIRSK. England (UPI) — A ewe here was reported to have; Apollo spacecraft intended to'given birth to six lambs which put the first men on the moon, j experts called a 20-million to The teachers are selected not lone chance. YOUR LOCAL CALIFORNIA WATER & TELEPHONE COMPANY BUSINESS OFFICE WILL BE CLOSED ALL DAY FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 21 IN RECOGNITION OF WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 22nd. To assure its employees the opportunity to enjoy all legal holidays, it is the policy and pride of California Water and Telepfwne Company that all liolidays falling on Saturdays will be observed on Fridays — and those falling on Sundays will be observed on Mondays. Mr. Jacques, who will be handling the Loma Linda solicitation, is a newly elected member of the Redlands Red Cross board of directors. lie is director of public relations for Loma Linda university and resides at 11106 Richmond in Loma Linda, lie is also a member of the Arrowhead United Fund board. In entering Red Cross work in Redlands. he is not undertaking a new type of endeavor. For Mr. Jacques is a former chapter chairman of the Red Cross in Battle Creek, Mich. In addition to public relations WOT part of Friday's opening session Sen. Hubert Humphrey of Min-; nesota is on the Saturday after- 1 in her capacity as chairman of speaker noon program as a featured! the credential committee A caucus of clubs from the in- CALIFORNIA WATER & TELEPHONE COMPANY Serving Over 5000 Square Miles in Southern Cafifom-'a pastor of European churches in East Africa and for the Confer- NOTICE OP TltrSTEF.'S SALE No. T.S. 911-R NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on Friday. March 13. 1064. at M:OQ o'clock a.m.. at the North entrance to the San Bernardino County Court Houvc. in the Citv of £an Bernardino. California SECURITY FIRST NATIONAL BANK, as trustee under the Deed of Trust executed by ARTHUR E. KECK and JANET R. KECK, husband and wife, in favor of OLIVE ETTA SLIGER. a widow, recorded on April 18. l*Jti2. in Bonk ."it>83. Pace 530 of Official Records of San Bernardino County, by reason of default in the payment or performance of obligations secured thereby, and notice of default and Beneficiary's election to cau=e to be sold the property herein below described having been recorded as provided for by law and more than three months having elapsed since such recordation, will sell at public auction to the highest bidder for cash PAYABLE IN LAWFUL MONEY OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AT TIME OF SALE', without warranty express or implied as to title, possession or encumbrances, the interest conveyed to and now held by it as such trustee, in and to the following described property in the County of San Bernardino, State of California. PARCEL I: Lot 26. TRACT No. 2971. ZANJA ACRES, in the County nf San Bernardino. State of California, as per plat recorded in Book 41 of Maps, page 11, records of said County. EXCEPT the West 30 feet thereof. PARCEL II: An easement for road purposes over the Norih l.i j feet of the East 125 feet of Lot 25. TRACT No. 2971. ZANJA ACRES, as per plat recorded in Book 41 1 of Maps, page 11. records of said \ County, j for the purpose of paving the ob-; ligations secured by said Deed of r Trust including fees, charges and ex- pcnse< of trustee and of sale. Dated: February 14. 19M. SECURITY FIRST NATION-1 AL BANK, as Trustee j By CHARLES R. FORD : "Vice-President"' By H. J MCLAUGHLIN "Assistant Vice President'! There is already a dispute dividual congressional districts (brewing on whether the CDC <Redlands is in the 33rd dis-i should endorse a candidate for trict) is set for 6 p.m. I U.S. Senator but nominations forj At 8:30 p.m. Saturday, the con- 1 senate endorsement will be oneiyention will hear Gov. Edmund; of the Friday night agenda;G. Brown and conduct other; items. [business. | Four basic issues will be be-! Following the recess (about: fore the convention on Saturday;midnight, according to the pro-! — arms control, urban redevel-jgram) there will be a CDC civil! j rights rally in behalf of the' 'Rumford Housing act. And there; will also be a "hootenanny" in. the Lafayette hotel ballroom. The final business of the con-| vention will start at 9 a.m. Sun-' da7 when delegates are slated to! ence of Seventh-day Adventists in the cast. He and his wife, Fredonia. Mr. Jacques has beenjhave three sons and a daughter. i NOTICE TO CRKDITORS ' No. 33299 I Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of HERBERT G. GAGE. Deceased NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 3.729S ; Superior Court of the State of Cali- 1 forma, for the County of San Ber-' nardino. Notice is hereby given to the crcdi-• Est-.te of HENRY CRAM. Deceased- tors of the above named decedent, Notice is hereby given to the credi- that all persons- having claims against tors of the above named decedent the satd decedent arc required to that all persons having claims against file them, with the necessary vouch- the said decedent are required to crs. in the office of the clerk of the file them, with the necessary vouch- above entitled court, or to present or-., m the office of the clerk of the them, with the necessary vouchers. «ibovc entitled court, or to present to the undesigned at the office of them, with the necessary vouchers. Hcnton S. Ercnan. Attorney, 306; to the undersigned at the office of East State Street, Redlands, Califor-! Henton S. Brenan. Attorney. 306 fornia. which is the place of busi-jEast State Street. Redlands, Califor- ncss of the undersigned in all mat-: fornia. which is the place of busi- ters pertaining to the estate of saidincss of the undersigned in all mat- decedent, within six months ,ifter ! ters pertaining to the estate of said tiie first publication of this notice. | decedent, within six months after Dated F**b. 11. 19t>4. j the first publication of this notice. ETHEL M. GAGE. Dated Feb. 11. 1964. FRANK G. GAGE. I HENRIETTA CRAM, Executors of the Will of; Executrix of the Will of the above named decedent.' the above named decedent. HENTON S. BRENAN, j HENTON S. BRENAN. 306 East State St.. j 306 East State St., Redlands, California, | Redlands. California, 793-4755. 793-4755, Attorney for Executors. • Attorney for Executrix. 'First publication Feb. 13. I964t | 'First publication Feb. 13. 1964» ATTENTION: Sons and daughters of Californians 65 and over Now you can guard your savings when sickness strikes your parents Western 65 is the liberal new health insurance plan you can enroll your parents in without their signature. A new state law enabled 62 leading insurance companies to make it possible. These companies work together; share the risk in order to provide this more adequate plan. You get generous benefits, yet the premiums are reasonable. Western 65 is well worth your careful attention. Get together with your brothers and sisters. Share the premium. That way you can give your parents—and yourselves—peace of mind for just a few cents a day. Mail this coupon now for your free folder on Western 65. No obligation. Or call an insurance agent today. Any one of them will gladly help you choose the coverage best suited to your needs. Hurry! Enrollment opens March 1, ends March 31. 1964 Please mail me the complete folder on Western 65. I understand there is no obligation. WESTERN 65 Dept. c Box 65, Los Angeles, Calif. 90054 (PLEASE PRINT) Name. Address. City. -Zone. .State. ATTENTION CALIFORNIANS 65 OR OVER Ask These Agents About WESTERX (53 Health Insurance BEAVER, WILXOXSON & DAVIS 204 E. Slate St., Ph.: 793-2373 BOB COX 16 W. Citrus Ave. Ph.: 793-5221 FOWLER'S REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 25 Cajon St. Phone: 793-2883 FOY & FOY REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE 8 E. CitruJ Ave. Phone: 793-2591 GILLMORE INSURANCE, INC. 35 E. Citrus Ave.. Ph.: 793-2151 MORT AGENCY 107 E. Citrus Ave. Ph.: 792-1465 LARRY W. NOBLE INSURANCE AGENCY 108 W. State St. Ph.: 792-1341 REDLANDS INSURANCE AGENCY 27345 W. Redlondi Blvd. Phone: 792-3442 JACK W. ROSE 416 E. Redlands Blvd. Phone: 793-3134 SAWYER, COOK & CO. 12 W. State St. Ph.: 793-2314 SEDGWICK-ARNEGARD INSURANCE 211 Orange St. Phone: 793-5939 GARRY VAN VLIET 111 E. Citrus Ave. Ph.: 793-5141 Hurry . . . enrollments end March 31, 1964! REDLANDS INSURANCE AGENTS ASSOCIATION 64 Corvair Monza by Chevrolet '64 Corvair Monza Club Coupe (that puts superior traction under you) Some cars do best on the highway. Others seem tailor-made for city driving. Then there's Corvair— that gets along just great most anywhere. Swishing along a highway. Scurrying around in traffic. Or wading through a soggy trail. Take highway driving. Corvair's got a bigger new engine with horsepower up nearly 19% in the standard version. But in case figures don't impress you, just wait until you head a Corvair for some faraway places. You'll get the message. Take city driving. Corvair's trim size, light steering (because the engine weight's in the rear) and flat cornering make anything from rush-hour driving to parking a cinch. Take back-road driving. The weight of Corvair's engine bearing down on the rear wheels gives them remarkable gripping power on most any surface, whether it's loose, solid, dry, wet—or even snow covered. Something else you can take note of, too: There's no radiator to overheat or run dry- No hoses to check or replace. No need for antifreeze. The engine's air cooled. Beginning to sound like a car you can really warm up to? Then there's only one thing left to take: a ride in one at your Chevrolet dealer's. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet • Chevelle • Chevy H • Corvair • Corvette See them at your Chevrolet Shourooni you'll jump for joy, too. 'Cause you save so much with a Gas clothes dryer. You can save a small fortune on installation alone. (Other kinds of dryers often cost as much to install as they do to buy!) Operating cost? Gas dries clothes for less than 2 C a load. (Other kinds of dryers cost you four times as much!) What's more,a Gas dryer breezes through wash-day...faster than any other kind. And Gas dries clothes soft, fluffy, airy as can be. Why don't you breeze down to your dealer's or Gas Company showroom? See all the new, fast, troubie-free, moneysaving Gas dryers now. You'll just jump for joy. OSOUTHERIM CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY REDLANDS' HEADQUARTERS FOR AUTOMATIC GAS CLOTHES DRYERS BURROUGHS APPLIANCES 117 E. STATE, REDLANDS Phone 793-5435

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