Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 8
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3 - Friday, Feb. 21, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts OUR ANCESTORS From the room where nobody ever went Hoard of money throws officials into tizzy successful. The police visitors began to wonder about the nature of the f South Side home when they noticed presses and a paper supply. After moving Wake-' field to a hospital, Mrs. Ken- i nedy was asked about a back. room. She told the policemen I nobody ever went back there.' They kicked in the door and : there's where the money was.! "I never saw so much money in all my life," said Detective George Mertcs. Sirs. Kennedy sat in a chair and looked on, a dog at her side. Altogether, there were five dogs in and around the the house. Police also found five pistols and a rifle. But j mostly there was money. This money was in bags and! pillow cases and it was stuffedi in chairs and in clothing.! There was $160,000 in one bag.! The money was everywhere! but hanging from the ceiling of the room where nobody ever; went. And they took it to Kensington station and they found out it was genuine. Then, after about $500,000 was counted, the officers found out they had visitors. The Internal Revenue Service sent along observers. In stock reply to questions, the income tax men would say only that they were "interested" in the case. "We take cognizance of any case of this type," said E. C. Coyle, chief of the Internal! Revenue Service's Chicago of-! fice. It was learned that Wakefield last year paid an income tax of $3,800. To emphasize his businesslike nature, he paid it in installments. It was not known what Wakefield told the income tax people that he did for a living tyQuhgr TELEVISION IN REVIEW By KICK DC BROW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) than Winters, a wild, | comedian who needs no protec — Jona-jbrief opening remarks as his incisive "Maude Fricker" character, he was joined by Carney who tion cn a stage, got so much then dominated a funny-hats se- of it Thursdav nisht on hii first quence. Then Winters, off-cam- NBC-TV special that he was al-! cra ;, ma(le vario , us ~ 31,(1 8™'" , . , ,!erallv uninspired — comments most smothered into featured i as exccrpts werc shown on thc billing. He was given little op- movie "It's a Mad. Mad. Msd, portunity to sustain his person-!Mad World." in which he was al mood, and thc hour col-joutstanding. Then the New lapsed into a rarely-relieved'Christy group came on. and he disappointment. j improvised some routine lyrics Perhaps thc very special na- to folk songs with the singers "This Henry VHf is a nut about manners, so be sure you only throw your bones over the left shoulder!" Demonstration school accepts applications iture of Winters' humor is sim-l as backing: appropriate to the ,plv better suited to a half hourj h . our - l" eu w \ s < lrowne d out at •format, in which he can dom-' the end ^ thcm - jinate yet not risk overdoing his' There was some more clown!unusual approach. Thursday|' n 2 Carney. And in a inight, in what outwardly ap-l'enstny skit in which Maude peared to be a wise move to;Frickert celebrated her 100th j flesh out the hour. Art Carney j birthday. Carney was again o:i land the New Christy Minstrels:hand, and so were the New Uvere brought in as guests. But j Christy Minstrels, and they iin the various skits and produc-'fiidn't help things much. This tions that television seems tot Winters admirer hopes he will ifeel is required even for bril- °e g' v cn the courtesy of being jliantly individual talents. Win- 'eft alone more often on his iters simply became over snd-;next special, died with "bits" and "things."! ;' Furthermore, when perform-' The Channel Swim: Dean ers start falling back on blue :Martin hosts ABC-TV's "Holly- c,v RF RviBnivi crvst humor and nuances of the rou-! WOO(1 Palace" March 7. . .The BERNARD!^ fCiV.1- ^ ^ jt ^ ^ bet ,Leonard Bernstein Young Peo- Stcte to cooperate in plantings hi<thu -3V nffiriak hav«.: llnc K'"U. u IS a sure neil"*-"'""" »«uu 0 • iu- . \f llLJtt\ ,k .h^thcy are in trouble. Part of trusts Concerts were renewed by undoubtedly stemmed from thc! CBS - TV for two more seasons fact that some of the routines; were Applications are now being!State accepted for tbc University of a Sreed t" cooperate with the Redlands Summer ^sirafj^^ that „ mc of , he routinc ,.. .Kim Novak is the subject of taon school. ,t was announced ^ ^ Students will be accepted on Redlands. a commission sub .'ncavily ad-Iibbcd. If one d!d not Star* March 9. a first con cbasis an | tatc"icommittee reported Thursday. ^ how spcctacularlj- funny! CBS-T\" S "Toll I. To The d msi Loiiit. oasis anu inter, r ' \\ inters can be when unfettered Camera series exiis next ested parents arc urged to sub-j Will C. Collett. a commission bv .. bi(s - it wouW bc i emp .i m onth. . .ABC-TV which did mit appUcations as soon as pos-jmember and chairman of thc ling to say the hour was a;away w ith its weekly prime- sible. according to Dr. Robert L. West and Lois Fair Knox of the UR school of education faculty. sub-committee said that plants strong lesson that ad-libbing is^time movies this season, is said will be obtained by his group not. per se. funny. to be considering bringing them and turned over to the state! For a while, one wondered back. . .NBC-TV already has re- division for planting and main- whether Winters would ever getinewed its two weekly motion Archie Edwards, who lives at]tenance. He said North Orange free of his 317 Phlox in Redlands but is!street in Redlands and a spot; "protection." After pictures. MONEY BAGS — When police detectives finished counting money stashed in a bedroom of a Chicago rooming house the final total was $763,223. Cash belonged to gambler Lawrence Wakefield, 68, who died Wednesday. Wakefield's common-law-wife, Mrs. Rose Kennedy, 60, seated here amidst pillow cases, shopping bags and duffle bags stuffed with the money, claimed her share. So did the Internal Revenue Service for income faxes from 1952 to 1956. (UPI Telephoto) CHICAGO (UPI) —The final immediately slapped liens of most of the money, count on a hoard of cash found Ijgj 557 f or j nc omc taxes for' man "ho identified himself in the barred-window bungalow 11952 ( 0 1956 and the IRS began as Vernon Washington and said of a dead policy wheel operator ]j ts own investigation — that;' 10 %vas a nephew of Wakefield and his common-law wife stood'could last an estimated six!came to the police station and months to a year—into Wake- inquired about his "uncle' field's operations. j money." He was the only known relative of Wakfield. The woman. Mrs. Rose Ken principal of the Pacific elementary school in Highland, has been selected as principal of the Demonstration school. Curriculum will emphasize creativity and will include so- icial studies, science, reading One investigator said it wasjand related experience in mu- possible thc federal men might!sic and art. seize the entire cash onj The demonstration school is j will be designed (grounds that "Wakefield" prob-jconducted at Franklin element-ivisual pollution." ably owed it in back taxes, iary school on Cotton avenue' Then heirs, if any, could claim jand provides classes for young] Facts Classified Ads the money and start a courtjsters from kindergarten 1 C3n Sell Anything fight. through sixth grade. i Call 793-3221 in Yucaipa along the freeway j are to get attention first. ' Zoning violations in the lat-: ter location, affecting a furni-! ture operation conducted out-j doors and a trucking yard,! have been reported and are bc-! ing investigated, Collett declared. He said the planting to "hide this 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 — S2 Priie Ladies: Let us find you a Bowling "Pardner" for Sunday Mornings EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Colton Ave. Phono 793-2J25 today at an almost unbelievable S763.223.30. Officers continued their investigation of Lawrence Wakefield's policy games and said still unchecked resources might push the dead gambler's total fortune to SI million. The Internal Revenue Service If it is found that Wakefield was guilty of fraud, the IRS could go beyond the six year statute of limitations and make collections for all the Wakefield was in business — plus interest. 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Kennedy would be able to stake on the money because Illinois does not recog nize common-law marriage Authorities said that she would be able to file a claim for having housed Wakefield through the years. Police stumbled onto thc i hoard Tuesday morning when 'Wakefield suffered a heart at 'tack and Mrs. Kennedy called ;for an inhalator. One of thc officers spotted coin wrappin : paper. ! The money—in denominations of SI to $100. plus coins—was found in a modest room of Lawrence Wakefield, a 60-year old Negro, who died following an apparent heart attack Wednesday night. His landlady. -Mrs. Rose Ken nedy, 60, said Wakefield had lived in her house for 30 years. It was Mrs. Kennedy who called fir medical treatment when Wakefield got sick Tuesday. Police who responded to her call for help became suspicious when they found what seemed to be policy wheel equipment on the property. Policy has been described as the poor man's stock market. It flourishes throughout Chicago's South Side. To play, all you need is a little change. You pick a number, give a man your money and he tells you if you win after a '•wheel" allegedly is rotated in somebody's apartment. Strangely.! thousands of dollars change i hands each day in such man- j ner. i Police said Wakefield ha .S| been suspected of running a policy wheel but nobody could find sufficient evidence to convict him. Nobody would admit 'suspecting his operation was so BE ALERT mwm Free! .. A 3-Day Vacation for Two! i At the Son Francisco Bay Areas Free!... To The Next 25 Customers Purchasing a New '64 Buick of Their Choice! Enjoy . . . Free Deluxe Lodging at the Claremont! Free Entertainment! Free Breakfasts! Free Gourmet Dining at Fisherman's Wharf and the Claremont! Free Swimming, Sunbathing! Free Golf, Tennis, Fishing! lorn Free Vacation May Be Used Any Time Be/ore May Uthl Drive to the Bay Area on Your FREE Vacation For Two In Your Newly Purchased Buick! Your Trip Will Be Just That Much More Enjoyable! 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