Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 16, 1964 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Monday, March 16, 1964
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Local Notes 19il Cervtttt Sting Riy Coupe, private party. 7934473 or 193-2271. Rommag* Salt vm b« held at the commtmitr housing project buDding, Brock- toa and Texas bom 9 a.m. to 5 pjn. Tuesday and Wednesday. Emmanuel Missionary Baptist church is the sponsor. Severe winds continue blowing in Redlands Artists' Supplies Picture framing. AWer's Paint and Art Store, 25 E. SUte Street, downtown Kedlands. School Week Planning Representatives of service clubs and other civic groups will meet at 7:30 pjn. tomorrow evening in the school board room, Lugonia and Orange, to plan some of the details for Public Schools week. April 20-24. This is an annual project spearheaded by the Masonic Lodge. Ask About FrM Haircuts — and other services at Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology, 10 Orange St Phone 793-2275. x Tools Stolon The theft of carpenter's tools valued at about $311 was report ed to Redlands police today by Harold E. Smiley of San Bernardino. The victim told police the tools were taken from a construction site at Citrus avenue and Lincoln street duringj the weekend. l3 Off All Groceries Food Center, 118 E. Redlands Blvd. Fixtures and equipment for sale. x Kitchen Fire A plastic tray on the kitchen stove touched off a $150 fire at 628 East Redlands boulevard Sunday about 8:20 a.m., the Redlands Fire department reported. The home is occupied by the John Morgan family. Valley Colloso Lectur* Hjordis Kittel Parker, author ity on the Nordic countries and people, returns Thursday to the San Bernardino Valley college forum-lecture series at 7:40 p. m. to present her latest color film, "Finland Faces the Six- Ues." Wardio hi Speak County Clerk V. Dennis Wardie, Republican candidate for Congress from the 33rd District, will explain his "Philosophy oi Government" when he appears as guest speaker tomorrow at the noon meeting of the Redlands Knights of the Roundtable at the Elks Qub. K. Of C. Dance Redlands Council, Knights of Columbus, will sponsor a St Patrick's Day dance tomorrow to which they invite friends, starting at 8 p.m. in the American Legion Post 106 clubhouse. A buffet supper will be served at 10. Realtors Meeting Redlands Board of Realtors will hold a general meeting Wednesday at 8 a.m. at the YWCA. There will be no speaker. Daun Not Injured It was incorrectly reported in the Facts Saturday that Leo J. Daun, 1329 Chrysolite received medical treatment following an auto accident Friday afternoon. Jlr. Daun was not injured in the accident. A warm but severe S4nta Ana wind burst upon Redlands and the rest of Southern California just after dark last night, and was continuing with undiminished fervor today. At least two trees were reported down in Redlands eariy this morning and there was one broken window attributed to the high winds. Broken tree limbs hit indivi dual bouse lines knocking out some electricity but there had be«i only one major power outage this morning, accordmg to iJoe Enarson, Edison district manager. This occurred at about 9:15 a.m. when some unknown object blew into a major circuit near Church and Brockton, knocking out power to parts of that general area and on into the Uentone area. Included in this outage were Lockheed Propulsoa company and Cniversal-Buiidle manufac turinc. They were knocked out for about 20 minutes. The automatic circuit closing also caused a momentary dip in power to several areas iifthe community. Whatever caused the outage "burned off' the line before Edison crews could locate the trouble and the circuit cleared itself automatically, Mr. Enarson said. The vrinds, which carried balmy temperatures along with them, littered the streets worse than in recent weeks as palm fronds and other debris fell or blew onto the paving and sidewalks. The Santa Ana wind was apparently general throughout Southern California and travel for campers and trailers was deemed hazardous and "not recommended" by the California Highway PatroL The CHP said all roads in this area were dangerous for campers and trailers and that the warning extended to High WIND VELOCITIES Tho following wind velocities were reported to tho Pomona offtco of the Weather Bureau at 1 p.m. The figures reprt- stnt maximum gust velocities. m.pJi. Norton AFB 2S Ontario InM 44 March AFB 3< Fullorfon 15 Palmdalo 57 Vietorvillo 37 LJL Airport 45 Long Beach 31 ErToro 3« Roy Simpson, chief of tho Pomona offict, reports that winds will diminish tonight and tomorrow to velocities •bout half of what they «r« today. way 101 in Orange county and to the Golden State Freeway in the Los Angeles area. Strangely, Highway 99 in the Indio area was not restricted for campers and trailers even though there are high winds and light blowing sand, according to the CHP. Redlands police had reports of trees down at 5:40 a.m. today on Highland east of Cajon and at 6:50 a.m. on Sunnyside south of Fern. A window at 1117 Washington street broke at 12:17 a.m., apparently, from the force of the winds. By United Press International Stiff winds, responsible for the spreading of at least three ma jor fires in the hills around Los Angeles, also wrought consider able damage today in other sections of Southern California. Damage was especially great in San Bernardino County. At Lake Arro%vhead, two huge pme trees—one four-feet in diameter—were uprooted by the wind and sent crasiiing onto the office and one of the cabins of Lake Shores Cottages. Another pine at the rear of the Arrowhead Inn fell across the-side of a house. A Lake Arrowhead Fu:e Department spokesman said, "This is about the worst wind I have ever seen up here." In San Bernardino, the gale force winds blew the roof off one home, and a woman was slightly injured when a tree toppled onto her car. Four wood siding walls put up Saturday by volunteers at the Northpark Southern Baptist Church m San Bernardino were leveled by the winds. In Inglewood, two large trees blew over in a trailer park causing extensive damage to two trailers. Boys hurt in blast of homemade bomb A home-made bomb assembled by two Los Angeles area boy scouts exploded in Mill Russell suggests i^dal relation plan WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-Ga. today proposed a "racial relocation" program as an amendment to the pending civil rights bilL He claimed it would help the administration's antipoverty plan. Russell, leader of the south- em bloc opposing the House- passed civil rights bill, estimated his proposal for voluntary relocation of Negroes and whites would cost about $1.5 billion over a three-year period. 'We're spending millions already to move people around for urban renewal and other things," Russell said. He said persons relocated willingly under his plan would have to end up with a "better home and a better job." Russell's amendment cannot be offered formally until the civil rights bill is taken up by a vote of the Senate, expected later this week. No meeting of minds on Panama (Continued from Page 1) matic relations and reopen talks to settle the Canal Zone Weather BJlnWJ Tamp. 2« AGE SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) The oldest living thing in the world is the bristlccone pine located in California's Inj'O National forest. Botanists estimate from its annual rings that the tree is 4,600 years old. HAVE YOU SEEN? CYPRESS TERRACE Apartment Homes One Bedroom with Patio from $125.00 325 E. CYPRESS AVE. Call 793-5376 . 64 . 8t . 61 82 70 71 72 Feb. J 4 Feb. IS Feb, 16 Feb. 17 Feb. la Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 23 M«rch March March March March March March March March March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 March I« March 13 77 March 16 _ _ 73 . 55 . 63 . 63 . 65 . 63 . 66 . 58 . 65 . 38 . 55 . 62 . 65 . 66 . 70 . 51 . 64 . 76 32 33 41 33 40 43 50 37 37 46 37 43 53 32 36 43 35 43 38 36 37 46 33 35 34 41 38 4S 43 38 41 54 Houra SM- tan .03 8.18 .01 .14 .95 .01 Tr, .12 8J4 8.87 dispute. But he added that "as of this moment I do not believe that there has been a genuine meet ing of the minds between the two presidents." Explaining this, Johnson said that "press reports indicate that the government of Panama believes the language that has been under consideration commits the United States to negotiation of revisions in the 1903 treaty." But he emphasized that "we would make no such commitments" without resumption of diplomatic relations or agreement upon "a fair and satisfactory adjustment" Volcano study to start PASADENA (UPI) -ScicnUsls at the California Institute of Technology said today they have launched a program to study the inside workings of an active volcano. To carry out their investiga tion, the scientists have install ed a highly sensitive instrument on the Hawaian Island of Oahu, some 200 miles northeast of the island chain's only remahiing active volcanoes, Mauna Loa and Kilauea. Frizelle to head Republican Assembly FRESNO (OTI)-Nolan Friz- zellc, 42, of Costa Mesa, was elected president of the California Republican Assembly at the group's 30th annual convention. A supporter of Sen. Barry Goldwater, Frizzelle defeated Vem Davis, 45 of Fresno, who maintained neutrality in the presidential race. The vote was 392 to 272. The election took nearly four hours Sunday and the results were announced early today. Other new officers: Vice president: Mrs. Marcella Frenken, La Mesa; Mrs. Peggy Pierce, Fullerton; James Flourney, Los Angeles; Dr. Frank L. Phillips. Lemon Grove; Darvin Paddock, Glendale; Leonard Valielkas, Los Angeles; Percy Dunlap, Salinas: Kay Daley, I Los Altos; William Ebert San Francisco; Charles Fabian. Los Angeles; and Charles Elliott, Los "Angeles. Secretary: Frank Hutchinson, Orange. .Assistant secretary: James Peck, Duarte. Treasurer: William Lyons, Orange. Assistant Treasurer: John R. Davies, Orange. Arboretums Most arboretums, in addition to special lectures and conducted tours through plant collections, have excellent reference Ubraries and act as centers os plant information, identifying plants sent in by amateurs, answering questions and publishing bulletins, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads We are proud of the companies we keep . . U S F & G FIREMAN'S FUND COMMERCIAL UNION GROUP EMPLOYERS' GROUP PACIFIC EMPLOYERS NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL CONTINENTAL CASUALTY MONY CONNECTICUT INDEMNITY FIRE & CASUALTY OF CONNEaiCUT nothing foxy about a good reliable INSURANCE COMPANY Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc. INSURANCE AGENTS & BROKERS 204 E. State St. 793-2373 Creek canyon Saturday seriously injurying both youngsters. One of Uie scouts. Bill Myers, 14, of Pasadena, faced the possible loss of four fingers on his left hand, the Sheriff's Office reported. The other boy, Richard Graham, 14, of La Candada, received a severe cut in ius left foot. Deputy Sheriff William Leon- horst, resident deputy at Camp Angehis, reported that the Myers boy brought the material to build the bomb along with hira on a weekend scouting excursion. He and Graham are members of Scout Troop 507 of Pasadena, The scout troop set up campj along the south bank of the Mill Creek wash near the junction of Forest Home boulevard and State Highway 38. Myers, Graham and two other scouts slipped away from the camp about 2 p.m. Saturday to a secluded spot in the wash area, Deputy Leonhorst reported. The bomb was assembled from a length of half-inch thick pipe, gun powder, bird shot and a shotgun shell primer. Myers reportedly was holding the pipe in his left hand and Graham had bis foot on it when the bomb exploded. Besides shattering his left hand, the explosion sent a one-inch by two- inch piece of metal into Myer's left leg above the knee. "The pipe disentegrated into small pieces of shrapnel," the deputy stated. Both scouls were rushed to Yucaipa hospital for emergency treatment. Myers was later transferred to a hospital in the Los Angeles area. Deputy Leonhorst stated that both boys at first stated that the bomb had been thrown at them by someone in a passing| car. They later admitted they had made the bomb. A one-pound bag of gun powder, a large quantity of bird shot and a box of shotgun shell primers were found among Myers belongings, the Sheriff's Office said. Dr. Lawrence Nelson new Writers Guild president N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI)- Rails dropped sharply today in a mi .Ncd stock market. Business news was mixed and included: Record auto sales in the first third o£ March; copper price increases; a trend toward easier prices in some oil products and tin plate items; and record February industrial production. Dow Jones industrials tended to improve late in the afternoon but rails took one of their worst beatings in weeks. The carrier.-; had been moving up to new all- time highs lately on news that rails were recouping a great deal of the business previously lost to airplanes and boats. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs 1 30 ind 821.35 813.25 816.48 up 0.26 '20 rr 192.11 189.75 190.52 off 2.08 15 mil 140.43 138.91139.47 off 0.28 65 stk 285.25 282.22 283.35 off 0.80 Sales today were about 5.14 million shares compared with 5.66 million shares Friday. IS MMt AcllT« itotVt (Dow-Jones Serrice. Coorles7 Ltstrr. Ryens A Ca.) ros E. state Volume Close Clmr. About People David J, Kranti, son of Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold J. Krantz, 1314 College, Redlands, was named this week to the Whit worth College Fall Semester honor roll by Dr. Clarence Simpson, dean. The honor roll is composed of students who have obtained a grade point average of 3.25 or better during the term's work. Ronald is a mathematics major and a freshman. Charles Benson (Ben) Them- erson, son of Mrs. Theodore R. Kubera, 218 Summit avenue, has been named to the Dean's List at San Diego State College on the bases of academic achievement Ben is majoring in education as a graduate student and is studying for his Master's degree. Dr. Lawrence E. Nelson, Chairman of the Hiunamties Di vision at California Baptist Col lege, became the sixth president of the thirty-three year old Califbmia Writers Guild at its recent Spring Roundup in Pasa dena. Author of eight volumes, four of which have reached multiple editions. Dr. Nelson has prev iously been president of the Writers Round Table, with natiMial president of League of Western Writers. He is also a member of PEN International, with centers in nearly three score countries,' and is a consulting editor for TIME OF SINGING, a quarterly of religious verse, published in Pennsylvania. Dr. and Mrs. Nelson will be dinner hosts to the Guild's Board of Directors on April 5, at which time plans will be completed for the Guild's annual outing, to be held May 1821 at the Highland Springs Ha tel near Beaumont. As in many previous years. Dr. Nelson will be a judge for the High School section of the Chaparral Poets' annual contest, the results to be an- Redlands Daily Facts MOIL. Naich 1i 19(4-i' DR. LAWRENCE E. NELSON held at the Biltmore Hotel in Los Angeles on May 23. During the summer he plans to complete various writing projects now in preparatory stages, and will therefore depart from his usual custom of summer teaching at one or nounced at the convention to be more \*'riter's conferences. Memorial to C. J. Cqesor LONDON (UPI)—The foUow- ing classified ad was carried today in the front page of the Times of London under the heading "In Memoriam": "Caesar, C, Julius, soldier, statesman, law-giver, man of letters, killed on March 15th 44 B.C. The noblest man that ever lived in the tides." Vital Records Police seek arsonist in San Diego SAN DIEGO (UPI)— An arsonist was believed to have set three apartment fires early to day just north of downtown San Diego, firemen said. Policeman L.E. Dobey was overcome by smoke when he entered one of the apartments to see if anyone was inside. All three fires broke out between midnight and 1 a.m. in the same neighborhood. Damage to all three apartments was reported to be slight. IMJOO lOt.OIK) I0«.6»« Great A * P Chrysler Chris Craft M.««a Saa Olec* Imp ej.fiOO Great West. Fin. IKU SSJOO Amer. Tobacco— 30'. Sl.itoo Amer. Jfotors _ IT'i 5O.t0« Ford JT'i 4."..;«0 V.S. Steel .l^'i iS.laa Venn. R.K. . M«. 43,000 Colo. Foel U'r 41,100 Sperry Band UU .W^ioo Weitbie. Flee _ ir,', 3:.0«0 Reynolds Tob. 4(lt. -I'i •i-l'i, — s, -f '4 + >: -i-l'i -r -f »i -i- ' — ». -I'i -1- ' . 1 -~ -i- ?J TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified .Ads. WnxiAM G. MOORE. Publlaher. TRASK E. MOOKE. Editor. PublisiMd every evenine (o«pl SuDtUyl at Facta bulMmg. TOO Brook- ilde <t Center. Kedlands. Calttomla. rounded October 23, 18)0, 7tU) year. Zatered as secosd class matter October a 1890. £t the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of Mardi 3, 1871 SUBSCRIPTION KATE iln Advance) By Carrier Delivery One Month S IJ* Ihree Mentha «ao Sli Mentha »J» One Vear IWe Oat Meetk One Tear „ By Man BIRTHS HANSEN - Bom, a son. to Mr. and Mrs. J. William Hansen, 9425 Emerald Grove avenue. Lakeside, March 11, 1964, in Lakeside. Maternal grand mother is Mrs. Thelma Green of San Bernardino. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Edith R. Hansen, 921 Stillman avenue, and paternal greatgrand mother is Mrs. Gertrude Hansen; 919 Stillman avenue. NAKAGAWA - Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nakagawa, 1361 Stillman avenue, March 13, 1964, at Redlands Community hospitaL CORTEZ — Bom, a son, to Mr. nad Mrs. Manuel Cortez, Rt. 2, Box 88, Redlands, March 14, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. SZYMANSKI - Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Edward Szymanski, 9924 Mt. View, San Bernardino, March 13,1964, at Redlands Community hospit­ aL DEATHS GIBSON — Died in San Bernardino, Calif., March 15, 1964, William Terry Gibson, Redlands. aged 90 years, native of Missouri, and resident of Redlands for 50 years. Funeral services will be held Wetlnesday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel Rev. Ivan Bell, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. CARPER — Died in Redlands, Calif., March 14, 19fti, Mrs. Mattie Carper, 1424 Washington, aged 65 years, native of Arkansas, and resident of Redlands for 19 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday moming at 10 o'clock from the F. .Arthur Cortner (Hiapel. Rev. Aaron Eurieh, pastor of the Temple Baptist church, officiating. Interment m Hillside Memorial Park. Orange Show schedule of events This is the schedule for Tuesday's events at the National Orange Show now underway in San Bernardino: 10 a.m. — Gates open. 11 a.m. — Bozo the Clown, Land of the LitUe People. 1:30 p.m. — Special Senior Citizens Show, Swing Auditorium. 2:30 p.m. — Yucaipa High school band, orchestra, !;tring ensemble and polka band. Citrus Exhibits Bldg. 4 p.m. — Bozo the Clown, Land of the LitUe People. 7 p.m.—Ostrich Races, North of 4-H Bldg. 7:30 p.m. — Orange Empire Dog Club, Citrus Exhibits Building. 7:30 p.m. — Professional entertainment starring Marie Wilson and Mel Torme, Swing Aud itorium. Feature of the Day: Senior Citizens Sth Annual Jamboree. Day Honoring: Senior Citizens, St. Patrick, Navy Motiiers, Retired Teachers' Association, Pioneer Society, Elks Club. Chula Vista man shoots wife then self CHULA VISTA (UPI)-A 57- year-old man shot and killed his wife in front of her home Saturday night, then ran to the rear of the house and committed suicide with the same gun, police said. Police said Mrs. Marie Riviera Knight, 47, was shot three times by her husband, Robert Knight, who shot himself in the head with a .22 caliber revolver. aty approves second mote! on the Terrace Construction of a second motel on The Terrace next to Uie Redlands Freeway has been authorized by the city Building department. Two building permits totaling $104,200 were issued to Neal Parker Enterprises, Inc., last week for the construction of a 36-unit motel on property adjacent to the westbound freeway on-ramp at Orange street and Colton avenue. The project involves the construction of a two-story "west building" housing 15 sleeping units and the manager's apartment, and a two-story "east buL'ding" housing another 20 sleeping units. Access to the motel will be from Colton avenue or from Sixth street. It is situated tc principally serve westbound traffic which can get off the freeway at Sixth street. One motel has laready been constructed on The Terrace at the southeast comer of Si.\th street. Other building pemits issued last week were as follows: Eight-room residence, 630 Beauregard Crest, owner- builder Devel-A-Con Inc., 2.495 square feet, one story, frame- stucco, permit value S27,000. Eight-room residence. MO Beauregard Crest, owner- huilder Devel-A-Con, 2,566 square feet, one story, frame- stucco, permit value $27,700. Eight-room residence, 250 East Highland avenue, owner Highland Avenue Christian Reformed Church, builder Van Wieren Bros., 2,553 square feet, permit value $26,800. Quote of Day MONTREAL — Richard Burton, commenting on his marriage Sunday to Elizabeth Taylor: "Elizabeth Burton and I are very, very happy." For those interested in an unusual investment.. Have you considered the University of Redlands Life Income Contract? YOU MAY BE IN A POSITION TO MAKE A SIZEABIE GIFT WITHOUT SACRIFICE OF CURRENT INCOME AND WITH PROTECTION FOR A SURVIVOR. Ask or write for special descriptive booklet Mr. GUbert Brown Mr. Jack Cuinmings Mr. James B. Fox, Jr. Mr. Jack Jensen Mr. Charles 0. Pierpoint UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS yinnoimcement of Funeral Services MRS. MATTIE CARPER Services 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, at Uie F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. WILLL\M TERRY GIBSON Services 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, at Uie F. ArUiur Cortner diapel. f.MTHUI CORTNER SI BROOKStOE«L«Pir£-I41! Aimowcemen^ of Services CCWELL, Mrs. Frances S. Requiem Mass: 10:00 a.m. Today Sacred Heart Church H.ARRAWOOD, Judge H. 0. 11:30 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel TAYLOR, Mrs. Agnes D. Services Pending Redlands Chapel HORTOK, Mrs. Gladys D. Services Pending Redlands <^apel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 UtOOKSlOE AVE. 793-244! A companion to the Grand-Slam Golf Shirt. This sweater's long modified bell sleeves permit action- free comfort Six button front Knit of tough, long-wearing 100% Dupont Orion* AcryL'c for easy care wash and wear. Colon: Block Lettuca Son* U. tlw* Toup* tmanm Nona Blu* 13' W. Eusww tMot» Roy L Guin inxtm J. Fninkm for SOOD Clothes Sine* ln2 IT Eatt Stat* St. — Dial 793-2505

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