Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 22, 1964 · Page 5
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Local Notes We're In The Running, but we need to sell more new Mercurys and Comets io get in first place. If you're anxious to save, we're anxious to deal during our big "Trip to Paris" contest. Jim Glaze Inc. s| Alvin L. Short to be supervisor candidate Superior Court Coordinator Alvin L. Short of Redlands dis- _ , _ _ | closed today that lie will be a Echo, Two Times Over cand idate for election to the At 6 :14 p.m. this evening Echo!^, Board o{ Supcrvisors in I will be south of the city, 3a|j unc degrees above the horizon anrij T[]C S5 . ycar . oI(I jury commjs . moving northeasterly. On t h c next pass it will reach a point north of Redlands, 56 degrees above the horizon at 8:19 p.m. Sunday evening it will pass almost overhead; specifically, at 7:12 p.m. it will be five degrees north of the zenith (the pointl straight overhead) and moving} northeasterly. sioncr and court coordinator stated that he will file a declaration of candidacy with the Registrar of Voters Office on Monday — the first day for circulating nomination papers for offices to be contested in the direct primary election June 2. Short, who resides at 602 Es- jlher way, will oppose incumbent 1963 Corvette StingRay Coupe j s - Wesley Break of Bryn Mawr 3-10. like new, S3.900. Days, 793-j«"° has previously announced 2271 • eves, 793-4473. x i intentions to seek re-election as !the representative for the Third Terrified— when you are called on to "say a few words" before a group of people? The Dale Carnegie course will help you overcome that fear. Call 792-8119. Overheated Dryer Minor damage resulted to a clothes dryer in the home of A. S. Horton Jr., 239 Summit ave- Facts readers invited to aid Radio Free Europe Daily Facts readers are being invited to help carry on the work of Radio Free Europe by mailing contributions in the special envelopes enclosed with today's issue. The appeal is in support of the annual Newspaperboys Crusade for Funds for Radio Free Europe. Facts readers contributed $600 in this manner last year. j RFE beams 28 powerful (transmitters behind the Iron At the end of World War II; Curtain carrying messages of he was placed in command of I truth and hope. It specializes ly you and I have the Faith, ,"j Vision and Strength to bring it >,4 about." Mr. £hort came to Redlands in March, 1956, upon retiring from the Navy after 32 years continuous service. He retired with the rank of lieutenant commander. During his Naval career he commanded patrol craft and minesweepers, and was commander of a division ofj minesweepers in the Korean: ~|War. [Supervisorial District. In announcing his plans, Mr J Short made the following state[ment: "I note with some misgivings that most candidates for public office stress the point that large groups of influential friends or j admirers insist upon their candidacy. Such is not the case in nue,when the dryer overheatedjthis instance, in fact very few about 5:10 p.m., the Redlands;Pe°P'c know of my intentions. Fire Department reported. j "Needless to say. some have l encouraged me, others have Forced Sale — Save [questioned my reasoning for sub-i status quo? Is it wrong to pro *59 Ford Galaxy and '59 T-jj cc ti n g myself to this ofttimesi vide a better economic climate - - - • 'f or our future generation? "I submit that you and I and every forward thinking person have a moral obligation to plan, prepare and execute a program of economic development that will make our community the envy of the nation. God has given us the material things, sure- ALVIN nation. Arc we to sit idly by and witness the areas surrounding us prosper and progress, while for the lack of leadership, we fight to merely maintain the Bird. Both with radio, heater, j thankless task, but all are of the opinion that a change in representation is not only desirable. s but a must. "As a member of this ever- automatic transmission, air con ditioning, power steering, power brakes. 793-3610 or 792-6958. Veterans Dinner Veterans of World War I, Redlands Barracks, and its Auxiliary will meet Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. for a potluck dinner in Lugonia hall. Sixth and Lu- gonia. Members arc asked to bring a covered dish and their tabie service. All World War I veterans, their wives and widows of veterans arc invited. White's Key Shop has moved to 939 Orange SI Larger facilities to better serve our customers. Plenty of free parking. 792-3466. x Hill Services Funeral services for Harry A. Hill Jr. were held at 2 o'clock Friday afternoon from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Andrew Young, pastor of t h e Church of the Nazarene, officiated. The interment services will be at Stigler Oklahoma. growing community, I am alarmed by the apparent lack of representation and interest being given m our economic stag- the nucleus of what is now the German navy. Soon after his arrival in Redlands, Mr. Short was selected as the San Bernardino County Superior Court Coordinator and Jury Commissioner. He coordinates the case load for the nine departments of the Superior Court and arranges for j u r y panels. He and his wife. Mary Ellen. I have been married for 35 years.] They have one son, Alvin Lee. a i former Redlands police officer; who is now employed by Redlands Community hospital. Mr. Short is a member of the San Bernardino Optimist Club, the Redlands Elks Club, and American Legion Post 106 of in factual reporting of the news and in low-key appeals to reason. The non-government, nonprofit voice of freedom has been in operation since 1950. Redlands. He was president of the Optimist Boys Ranch at Devore for three years and served as president of the State Jury Commissioners Association in 1961 and is still a member of the association's board of direct- New welfare building to be dedicated An open house and dedication service for the new San Bernardino County Welfare department building at 670 E. Gilbert street adjacent to the County hospital has been scheduled for Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Feb. 22, 1964 -5 Air Force awards contract to Lockheed Lockheed jpan, from the Command Propulsion Corn- today announced award Air Force Systems Rocket Propulsion Rubbish collection Voters 1 group issues rebuttal statement The Voters' C o m m i 11 e eiyet it did nothing to remove the Against Compulsory Rubbishjprime cause of the peoples' ob- Collection today issued a three- page statement in rebuttal to the City Council's analysis of an initiative ordinance on city rubbish collection to be placed on the April 14 municipal bal lot. Due to the length of the state ment, the Facts is publishing a portion of it today and the remainder on Monday. The Voter's Committee rebuttal was Smith Services Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie L. Smith were held at. ... „„ , , T ,..t,, 11 o'clock Friday morning *™»™*» ^ ofgaStt the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel.|_ ./^ „ r rnl M ,„ Rev. John De Boer Cunimings, pastor of Trinity Episcopal church and Copa Del Ora Chap tcr 142 O.E.S. officiated with interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Struthers Funeral jection to the ordinance. Now it cries that it will require a vole of the people to amend or change the ordinance if it is passed at the next election. Considering the composition and provisions of the original ordinance it is a good thing that it cannot be amended on short notice. The cost of an additional entry on a regular ballot is minimal particularly when the time, effort and expense of an initiative referendum petition is considered. Change of the ordinance by balloting will insure that there will be wide advertisement of the change and will prevent the submission of unpopular and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. next Tuesday, Feb. 25. according to Roscoe Lyda, welfare director. The dedication service will be held at 2 p.m. with the Native Sons in charge. The new building, constructed ors. He is a member of the First iby Donald and McKee of Red- Methodist Church of Redlands.!lands consists of three full! floors with 58,080 square feet. , . , I! was designed by architect,>? a >' campaigners, as they have Jav Whcaton. or the past three years will be It was occupied on Jan. 2 0 !HcrsncI McQuinn and Mrs. Al- aftcr a weekend move from HEART SUNDAY CHAIRMEN - Mrs. Albert A. Jennison. left, representing the Rebekoh Lodge, and Hershel McQuinn, representing the Odd Fellows Lodge, are co-chairmen for tomorrow's Heart Sunday house-to-house solicitation. They and their captains will be out to top last year's Redlands Heart Sunday total of $4,000. Annual solicitation Tomorrow is Heart Sunday in Redlands Tomorrow will be Heart Sunday in Redlands and door- to-door solicitors will be busy throughout the community. Leading the local Heart Sun- State warns of land purchases on project sites other funds, gave Redlands a grand total of $8,752 last year. This was the second highest contribution of any city in the county and won an award designation as "100 per cent Heart former buildings in courthouse i square over the Jan. 18-19 weekend. Vital Records and wife of Col. Paul M. Jc obs, the committee's chairman. The statement is carried without quotation marks. Comments of the City Council and the prepared statement of Councilman Burroughs on poor^ written'amendments. „ . „ . ., he IniUativcPetmon presented The Council's objection to let- Rcquien, Mass for Lloyd D to the City Council on Fcbru- ti thc , c votc ch Struthers was held Friday at|ary arc but additional exam- t0 tho ordinancc is just ano ,^ r 10 a.m. from Sacred Heartjplcs of the determination ofj inslancc of its inlransj j Church, Rev. Henry W. Kcane, officiated. Pallbearers were: Thurman G. Bender, James D. Ross, Jr.. Phil Cariker, Ray Fe-jCouncil has ignored thc desires \ciiy dorchak. Stan Bennett, Glenn W.[of the voters and acted in aj Emmerson. Burial was at Mon-idespolic manner for far loo trcito Memorial Park. Emmcr- long. son Redlands Mortuary in Thc City Council's attitude charge. !for years has been that it and SACRAMENTO (PCNS)-Rob-j ert L. Harkness, Dept. of General Services director, this week BIRTHS issued a warning to any state PALMA — Born, a daughter, to employees or administrators Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Palma, who try to use their "inside" 1519 Bcllcvue road, Redlands. knowledge to buy up land in the Feb. 17, 1964. at Redlands path of future state projects. Community hospital. "I am personally checking to see that no land involved in state projects is owned by state] officials," he said. Harknessj warned that if he ever finds a; legislator, administrator or state 1 employee attempting to spccu-l late with recently purchased) property "wc will settle with! him thc hard way The "hard way" »„,„„,„,...,.-_ , ..urn- •-, i • to Pauline L. Davis (D-PortoIa)! Mcntonc - and ,nc f««°«'«nS chil-'struction is by condemnation where fair bcrt A. Jennison. He represents thc Redlands Odd Fellows Lodge and she the Rcbekah Lodge. In addition to soliciting funds to fight heart disease, the workers will also distribute information dealing with the causes and prevention of heart diseases, j Laboratory of a contract to demonstrate feasibility of pulsed operation of solid propellant rocket motors. Thc one year program will explore 'he potential of start- stop capabilities which can augment greatly the versatility of ! solid propellant motors for space applications. Analysis, design, fabrication and test of pulsed motors are included in the scope of the new Lockheed assignment. The program includes manufacture and test nf a number of heavy — and light — wall pulse motor;;. j Lockheed has assigned John O. Crouch as program manager. Project engineer will be Neil Lardy. Bandit didn't get far, now in jail FORT WAYNE. Ind. (LTll- Famc was fickle for a daring young bandit who chattered constantly into a "walkie-talk­ ie" Friday night while he pulled off Indiana's biggest bank robbery since the days of John Dillingcr. The masked bandit, identified by police as Larry Joe Cham- j cnn j.!bcrlain, 2."!. was seized with his $61,000 loot only five minutes city. Mr. McQuinn and Mrs son are coordinating their efforts, , , ,, with those of Lewis I. Pierce' af ' e , r h , ohh 'i'] who is Heart Fund chairman for ! Chamberlain dropped a sack Redlands. ;f>f easl1 - ms -^ed-off shotgun. The following couples have been named Heart Fund captains for tomorrow's drive: Bob Hubert, N. C. Herring, R. K. Almgren. Duane Campbell. DEATHS EASTMAN — Died in Loma Linda. Calif.. Feb. 29. 1964.! William Fred Eastman, 1202; Amethyst. Mcntone. Calif..' aged 70 years, native of Dal-j las. Texas, and resident of; Mcntone for 21 years. \ Nearly S4.0OO was raised in > Everett Thompson. George Rud Redlands on Heart Sunday aIdell. Albert Bryan. Merle Smith, year ago. This, coupled withUv. B. McGee, J. W. Hall, Earl J. Mosso. Howard Keener. Ted Howard. Paul Janeway. Henry Kramer. Henry Kluza, Rex Ilaigh, Frank Cridelich, Harold Elder, Roger Holdcn. John Hammer, Bill Whitmcr.i W. M. Halcomb. George Gray.! Richard Milliman. O. A. Eakcr.j AFL-CIO urges U.S.; aid for Catholic ! school building ! MIAMI BEACH (UPI) - ThelR. E. Shields." a revolver and his "walkie-talk­ ie" only a few feet from the door of the East State Street branch of thc Indiana Bank and Trust Co. Police pounced on him and hauled him away to jail, where he was held on a preliminary charge of armed robbery under 25.000 bond. Chamberlain, married and the father of two children, told police he "needed the money." 'Despite his "walkie-talkie." Chamberlain said he conducted the robbery without accomplices. Thc shortlived robbery was .'topped only by 15 machine gun- Deceased is survived by his; AFL-CIO will urse Consrcss to j Also listed" as captains are Dr ^' 0! '" S ban ' iilS who hcl(l " p ,!lc hard wav" he explained,^ 0 ; Mrs - ?"' h /V, Eastman .approve U.S. grant* for con-land Mrs. C. T. Halburs. Mil- ' Centra 'Mcntone. and the following chil-'struction of Roman CatholicIdrcd Sadler. Alma Swenscn ,„,, , , , drcn: two sons: Albert F. East-j schools in an effort to break! Mrs. Albert Newell. Harold Put-: escaped with S-1.000. I National Bank at Grecncastlo. Ind.. on Oct. 23, value of the land is set by ap- I man. Highland: Donald D. praisal and thc courts asked to! Eas,man - Redlands. One daugh- determine a just price. ' ,cr: Mrs - Iona Smilh - Banning. "I don't intend to have any- i:; crandchildrcn, 3 grcat-grand- . , a, r children and thc following one using advance knowledge "f . , • , , . state projects to help himscW .brothers and wslers: two broth- make money at the expense of rrs: Dr ' Sylvester Eastman. That robbery was attributed to Hoosicr desperado John Dil- Ihc City Council of Redlands toj 0ljs jssuc and „ )e Council's in-jthc taxpayers." Harkness warn-;, J „ , force its will and its orders on sistancc that on | y it knows! cd. He was answering queries: fm1 Eastman, Takoma Park, thc voters of this City. This whal is ^ aml bcst for thc • ~ Radloff Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. William (Eugenie C.) Radloff were held Friday at 2 p.m. from Em- mcrson's Redlands Chapel, Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of thc First Presbyterian church officiated. Pallbearers were: Evan D. Thomas, E. C. Pape, E. A. Larson, Ed. McAdams. J. H. McCelland. II. Clco Burris. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Strong Feeling The Council mentions a Citizens' Committee that rewrote the ordinance that was passed „i„ -. i„„ „i,,t L'Jl°*r.'~j"f'Z'*t " ,e ' a;; t session of the City on y it knew what was good for „ ., , , ., • _ • -. . .i TU • •«•.#• ,„r - Council, but no hing is said of the Citv. Thc initiative refer- ,, , ,. ... ,, „ ",-,,„„ „.„ -:-.„I,««J 'he recommendations that the endum pet lion was circulated _ ., , . , , r Council refused to accept and on'land sale procedures put toj Maryland: one sister: Mrs. Ed- him during an Assembly Ways^ cc °- * e "er, Ml. \icw. Call and Means Committee hearing;f°r nia - ,,imcnt to nrivate and na Iuneral services will be held' . , ? P maic ; ana pa School menus for next week Quote of Day this wrek. and presented only because it was the only method left for thc voters to impress on thc Council that is is the voters will, and not that of the City Council, that counts. The Council has known for months that thc voters were opposed to the compulsory disposal ordinance adopt. Councilman Burroughs (he Chairman of the Citizens Committee, was well aware of the strong feeling against thc compulsory provisions of the ordinance as adopted and against certain other provisions. He takes no cognizance of this opposition in his general stale­ st p.m. Tuesday at the Em , , , , ,, . . . ,, .merson Valley Chapel, Loma were fearful of the shoits.jrh • Lta( , EM John »„ „ edness of s ubborness preval-, vj (h en in our City Council and pro-| en(h D Advcn , ist church _ of . tided a means whereby the vol-; fi jaU taicrmmi ia JIonte . ers could force their wi I on, ity M ^ moria | Park such recalcitrant legislative Mp _ M . Ri M bodies by bringing disputed is 1 the logjam on federal aid lo ed-.'nam. Dorothy Mathwin. Mrs. R. ucation legislation. \y. Kaucher. Mrs. Helen Billock |j n „ cr The policy was spelled out to-| an( [ i,j||j P jufiy. ; day in a statement approved by: thc AFL-CIO Executive Council at its mid-winter meeting here. Thc labor federation governing body called for expansion jQf f16XT WeeK PISE BLUFF, Ark. — .\egro of thc National Defense Educa- comedian Dick Gregory, ric- tion Act (NDEA) to provide T | 10 R cc i| a nds public school scribing the Jefferson County grants for building classrooms J ca f c tcrias start next week with;.Jail which he persuaded thc and providing specialized equip- .. hot fIocSi wjth rc |i sn .- And!U.S. Justice Department to in!hi sues before the entire body poli tic. The individual voters who signed the petition for thc most! part were objecting to being told j that they must make use of a' service and pay for it without! s j sters . any choice in the matter. A Calif., Feb. 20. 1964. Frank Z. Campos. 615 Western, Redlands, Calif., aged 52 years, native of Wilcox, Ariz., and resident of Redlands for 20 years. Deceased is survived by his "h schools and crade schools l' hat ' s • il,sl :,h, "" 11,0 way mns 'i VC!!, '8ate: AFL-CIO officials said thcv ! k, *V hmk nf hot do;s ~ " ith | "^rcs no heat, no water. rclls|1 - ;no toilet paper, no nothing. It's Here's the complete menu for;unimaginable. You shiver 2t hoped this proposal would end the stalemate over federal aid for public schools that has resulted from refusal of some key congressmen to support such a progam unless Catholic schools also receive help. Although thc labor lobby is one of thc most important on Capitol Hill, its influence on education bills is not considered to as great as it is on strictly labor matters. But thc AFL-CIO progam could have a chance Nicolasa Martinez,! 0 f adoption at this session of Weather Gudmundson Funeral , ment or his prepared state-, any cnoice in inc manor, A .•Redlands: Madovia Sonive.'Congress, union officials said, iruomunason i-unerai I ment, but conforms to the regllargc number signed because igafford Ariz Funeral services for Moses S.tular Council attitude that it|they object to some of the pro-j *„ c w ! as a mcni bcr of: Soci-! XupS(lav o. m . _ s . Marv - S Gudmundson were held I-nday alone knows what is best forjvisions of the ordinance as c( ] a j p rofircs j s ta Mexicana As ' y - jnt 10 a.m. from Emmcrson'si Redlands. j adopted. Some signed because! soc j ac j on Mexicana Trabaja i Redlands chapel. Rev. John D.j Thc Council as a whole j they believe that thc argument !j Jores \j D ]d 0 ' s ano - American Le Jan. 22 . . Jan. 23 ... Jan. 2* .... Jjn. 25 .tan. 2fi •Ian. 27 ,I«n. 2R Jan. Z1 .Tan. 30 Jan. 31 Feb. I r .a'nfaii !Foerstcr, pastor of the Firstisecms Temp. :4 Sea- Hours ton 73 to misunderstand not should be brought to a votc of!. .. r.i .. 67 ss . . 70 .. 7(1 Feb. Feb. Feb. Ffb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. . 77 . 70 . 7.1 . ra . M in . 75 . RO SO Feb. 10 Feb. 11 - 62 Feb. 12 6» Feb. 13 _ 65 Feb. 14 64 Feb. 15 - 61 Feb. 16 61 Feb. 17 _ 69 Feb. 18 - 80 Feb. la .7 S3 Feb. 20 - 70 Feb. 21 „ 71 Feb. 22 _ - 65 41 41 .17 40 37 41 3.1 40 r .7 40 41 30 34 32 33 41 35 40 43 50 37 37 Evangelical Lutheran church of-:only its function, which is toithc citizens of Redlands. in ficiatcd. Pallbearers were mem-(represent thc will of thc pco- bcrs of the family. Burial was!pie. but it also fails to undcr- at Hillside Memorial Park, Em-jstand thc initiative petition merson Redlands Mortuary in!theory and practice, charge. i Luckily our founding fathers ion Phillip Marmolejo Post By Dick Turner POP JUKE BOX RECORDS 4S-R. P. M. — USED $« Latest Hits- Your Choica 5 ° r 1 SELF SERVICE TUBE CHECKER Everythlnr for tbe Anfennai and H . m , Technician Antenna Material! v.l f] % w •W «e. DO IT YOURSELF ELECTRONIC WHOLESALE MART lOliK N. Waterman Open 9 '111 » — S«n«ar 10 'til S Ee*l«n<5l Slera Redlands Blvd. .at Texai St. Open 10 A.M.-S P.M. Snndar 10 A.M. -5 P.M. No. 650. City Differences : Recitation of thc Rosary Mon- The ordinance submitted with day 7:30 p.m. at Emmcr- the petition differs from the or- son Redlands Mortuary Brook- dinance as adopted in four side avenue at Center street, main provisions. For thc most; Requiem Mass will be held Catholic church Meza. officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. part it is word for word the same as thc present ordinance.! Thc changed provisions are: j 1. The City will provide a disposal service that can be made 1 use of by thc residents on a; voluntary basis. j 2. Thc City will not give it-' self a monopoly of thc collection and transportation of refuse. 3. Any individual may dispose 1 of trash and garbage on his own property providing he does not create an unsanitary condition or a fire hazard. 4. Sanitary inspections must be made by the City Health Officer' or by a member of bis staff who is a graduate Doctor of Medicine or a Graduate Sanitary Engineer. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 [the wrek . Monday — Hot. dng with rel ish, green beans, tomato and cheese wedge, cocoanut fruit bowl and milk. Tuesday — Meat stew with vegetables, tossed salad, apricot cobbler, peanut butter muffin and milk. Wednesday — Turkey loaf, mashed potatoes, harmony salad, molded cranberry fruit, oatmeal yeast roll and milk. Thursday—Oven fried chick-! cen, candied yams, lettuce sal I ad. glazed cherries, whole Rev. Ricardojwheat bread and milk. Friday — Macaroni ant! cheese, scalloped tomatoes, celery stick with peanut butter, fruit salad, whole wheat raisin bread, chocolate ice cream cup and milk. ! hours a da v.' Announcement of Services "Eddie's th» best steady I've had! Ha even helps ME with HIS homework!" WILLIAM C. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evenlne (except Sunday! at Facts building. 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands, Calllorma Founded October 23, 1S30, 74th year. Entered a< second class matter October 23. 1S90. at thc Post Office at Redlands. California, under act cf March 3. 187a SUBSCRIPTION RATE i In Advance) Rv Carrier Delivery One Month I 1J" Three Months 4.:n Six Months X.3» One year : fine Mnnth One }car „. By Mall - 18.0" 'Your previous sitter told me about her, so I'm wearing my oldest clothes!" Announcement of Funeral Services HARRY A. HILL. JR. Body forwarded to Mallory Funeral Home at Stigler, Okla., for additional services. MRS. ELLEN S. SMITH Private services 2:00 p.m., Sunday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MRS. HELEN J. RALAND Services pending. f. ACTHUR CORTNER HAR.MES. .lolm Forwarded to Roosevelt. Utah, for Services and Burial DORR. Miss Susan Elva Private Services Sunday Yucaipa Chapel McNEELY. Archie E. 11:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel MARSHALL. Mrs. Irene 2:00 p.m. Monday Valley Chapel Loma Linda CAMPOS, Frank Z. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Monday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 8:00 a.m. Tuesday St. .Mary's Church EASTMAN, William Fred 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Valley Chapel Loma Linda BUTLER, Mrs. Marjorie Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel McCLEMONT. George Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel NOLLS. Joseph Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 221 BROOKSIDE ML • PY 2-M11 , 703 BROOKSIDE AVE, 7?3-2<4

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