Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 19, 1964 · Page 5
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Local Notes Orang* Shew Prices New zig zag sewing machines, $64.95, cabinet S20. Redlands Sewing Machine Center. 422 E. SUte. X HNS Dinner Women of the First BapUst church wia prepare and serve the monthly dinner at the House of Neighborly Service March 23 from 5 to 7 p.m. Reservations may be made by calling the house. Meving — Garage Sale Sunset Drive home. Watch Fridays "Facte" for details. Jim Claze Fire An overheated fan motor caused a $700 fire in a paint booth at Jim Glaze, Inc., 405 West Central, about 2:50 p.m. yesterday, the Fire department reported. Ask About Free Htireuli — and other services at Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology, 10 Orange St. Phone 793-2275. x Rocket Fuel Movie A new movie titled "New Forms of Power", which was made mostly in Redlands, will be shown at the meeting of Redlands Post 106 American Legion at 8 o'clock tonight in the clubhouse at 820 West State street. The film tells the story of the manufacture of the solid fuel rocket motors at Lockheed Propulsion in Redlands and their testing on the Potrero site south of Beaumont. The meeting is open to the public. Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x NARCE Meeting National Association of Retired Civil Employes will meet Saturday at 1 p.m. for a pot' luck luncheon in the auditorium of Yucaipa elementary school, California and D streets. Mrs. B. E. Lautzenhiser, president, will then open the business meeting and musical entertainment will be provided: Sunset Tiie Closed Friday between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. in honor of Cecil Thurston so that employes may attend the funeraL x Final 2 Days 50 per cent off all groceries. Food Center, 118 E. Redlands Blvd. FLxtures and equipment for sale. x Marmolejo Dance Tomorrow A "first-day-of-Spring" dance will be held tomorrow from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m. at the Phil ip Marmolejo Legion clubhouse, 1532 N. Church. Tony Garcia and his group will provide the music, according to Joe Herrera Jr., dance chairman. The dance is open to the public and women are to be admitted free, Mr. Herrera said. Coins! Redlands Toyville has added a coin department with all supplies necessary to the collector. Redlands Toyville, 13 W. State St., (across from Bank of Amcr ica) Downto«T3 Redlands. x New move to change State street traffic Downtown Redlands' peren nial sore spot — one way traf. fic on State street — is bemg agitated once more. This time an initiative ' movement is threatened. A new request to "restore State street to normal two-way traffic flow" was presented to the City Council Tuesday by Frank Taylor, chairman of the recently organized Committee of Sensible Downtown Traffic. The committee has made it clear that taiUative petitions will be circulated to have the State street question brought to public vote if the Council fails to "take satisfactory ac tion" on the request. "We are quite serious about this, and we'll do whatever we have to do in restoring two-way traffic. We are going to appeal to the public who have to use this street," a committee spokesman said. It was one year ago, April 1963, Uiat the City Council ended a four-month study of the State street problem with a determination that it would be best to make no change until the Downtown 701 Study is completed. Taylor told the Council that many members of his commit tee are "disgusted" with the 701 Study and feel it has "takes too long." A letter to the Council stated: "This committee feels the time has come to open up the, downtown streete to all the citizens. State street is the only one-way street in Southern California that runs two ways. It is so ridictdous no one is sure why it was adopted, and few will admit ever favoring it 'We urgently request the City Council to restore State street to normal two-way traffic fk>w. We know the majority favor such return and we urge the City Council to adopt two-way traffic on State to obviate the necessity of citizens initiating such a proposal. "Initiatives are time consuming and expensive, and we do not want to cause embarrass< ment and expense to the city." The City Council took no official action on the request which it received cooly. "The Council has been this route before and we can go it again," said Mayor Charles C. Parker, "we must be ready to consider any request." Mayor Parker recalled that one of the reasons the Council refused to make any change in State street last year was a "lack of genuine interest and support" among the merchants and the public. Councilman Waldo F. Bur roughs asked Taylor if the committee had devdoped any new facts to present. "The last study is not old enough to be outdated," he sUted. Taylor replied: "The committee is coming up with new in formation. This is just the start" Parker assured that the Coun cil would be happy to meet with the committee, and urged Taylor to arrange a large meet mg so that the matter could be explored with all the people concerned. Burroughs added that he would like an outline of the benefits offered by changing State street traffic pattern. Taylor was also urged to consult with Robert Van Roekel, chairman of the 701 Study Committee, for information on how State street might be affected by the downtown revitalizatlon program. | Other officers for the Com-1 mittee for Sensible Downtown Traffic are Dave Rettig, secre tary, and Ed Brier, treasurer, Two hurt in head-on collision A head-on collision on State Highway 38 in the mouth of Mill Creek canyon east of Redlands mjured two persons, one of them an expectant mother, last night The California Highway Pa trol identified the injured as Mrs. Dolores Dee Campbell, 19, of Highgrove, and John Neil GaUher, 23, of Lakewood. Both were treated at Redlands Com munity hospital. Mrs. Campbell was admitted to the hospital for observation. Galiher was treated for multiple! lacerations of his scalp and face and was released. The CHP reported that the accident occurred at 5:30 p.m. about two miles east of the Mill Creek Ranger station at Bryant street. A westbound station- wagon driven by Gordon Willis Rice, 36, of Downey, collided with Mrs. Campbell's northbound sedan. Galiher was a passenger in the Rice vehicle. Vital Records Filing period for candidates ends Friday Any certainties or uncertain' ties on candidates in the forth coming political campaign will be resolved tomorrow. For March 20, 5 p.m., is the final date when candidates may file nomination papers for county, state and federal offices in the June 2 primary. In this area, offices to be filled include Congressman, 73rd district assemblyman, 3rd dis trict supervisor, judge of t h e Redlands judicial district plus three members of the Democratic Central Committee and four on the Republican Central com mittee. The filing period for the pri mary opened on Feb. 24 al though some office seekers had to file notices of intent to seek office before Feb. 19. Mrs. Moley dies at 85 Taylor Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Agnes D. Taylor were held Wed nesday at 2 p.m. from Emmer son's Redlands Chapel, R e v. Jack Mottweilcr, pastor of the Free Jlethodist church officiated. Pallbearers were: Dan Mc Cabe, John Rowlands, William Fuller, Phillip Campbell, Channon F. Price, Tcclin Bonin. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park, Emmcrson Redlands Mortuary in charge. TREASURE HOUSE Your imused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Funeral services will be con ducted Saturday for Mrs. Mary Albina Maley, 839 E. Citrus ave nue, who died yesterday at the age of 85. Mrs. Maley, widow of the late A. L. Maley, was a native of Woonsocket Rhode Island, but had lived in Redlands for the past 55 years. She is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Van (Bella) Harryman of Redlands, a son, John Edward Maley, Sunnyvale; a brother, Wilfred Langlais, Woon socket, R.I. and three grand daughters, Mrs. James Luce, Mt. View, Calif., Miss Sandra Gail Maley and Miss Patricia Maley, both of Sunnyvale. The Saturday services will be at 10 a.m. from the F. Arthur Cortncr chapel. The Rev. Jack Mottweiler, pastor of the Free Methodist church, will officiate. Interment will be m Montecito Memorial park. State Consumer Counse speaks to local clubs William Hyde Wallaston, Brit ish scientist discovered pallad ium, one of the precious platinum group of metals, in 1803. Nurjftrr" farnitarrA/plifnm pm(|§PEemir RUBBERMAID DUST PAN RE6UUR PRICE 98^ i Wmr PURCHASE OF •22S RUBBERMAID WASTEBASKETT a 964 Dust Pan. Stop in tomorrow. the wa^tebasket and take home a dust pan FREE! WHITE • YEUOW. SANOAiwooo, Mrs. Helen Nelson, Consumer Counsel to Gov. Edmund Brown, sees her role as one presenting the "voice of the consumer" before the Legi slature and administrative a encies. She explamed her state posi tion in an address this noon be fore a joint meeting of the Sor- optimists and Rotary club at the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Nelson pointed out that hi the 20 years stace World War H America has changed from an agrarian country to one where the great majority of cit izens live in a city or suburbs and are dependent upon a pay check rather than their ability to grow things from the soil A major change has been the increase in home ownership made possible through govern ment insured loans under FHA and the wider ownership of personal property such as exten sive furnishings, appliances and automobiles. Property Rights "All of this has made the con Eumer much more cognizant of property rights and has created an expansion in courts and law enforcement," Mrs. Nelson said. She cited the laws govcmmg installment sales and the en forcement of them as an ex ample of the problems created by a changed way of life. Mrs. Nelson pointed out the SecuriUes Exchange Commis sion and to the Food and Drug Administration as agencies protecting the consumer that have also been of immense value to industry. Confidence in Stocks The SEC regulations helped give the buyer of stocks con fidence in them," she observed. We have had the greatest in vestment by the public in business in history as a result" Califonda long ago had rigid food haspection laws. This meant that the consumer could depend upon our foods as both safe and wholesome. Confidence grew on a worldwide basis and our great food processing industry is the result," Mrs. Nelson said Another phase of consumer protecUon has been the setting up of an agency to apprehend bunco artiste who each whiter flood into California to prey on guUible people. State Problem These crooks move so fast (hat it is almost impossible for local enforcement people to catch up with them," she said, "A new criminal division of the general's office is helping with this problem, on sUtewide basis." 'We also are assistmg in establishing fraud in TV r e p a 1 where electronic experte a r requhred for polidng. When the state unit collecte the evidence, it is turned over to the district attorney thereby keepbig law en forcement at the local level." Mrs. Nelson says that her major job is to represent the consumer in the Legislature and to see that consumer views are made known when administra five agencies are maKng rul ings that affect the consumer. She was introduced by Slits Aileen Farley, program chairman. Mrs. Howard Prescott president of the Soroptimist club presided assisted by E d ra u n d Zander, Rotary president Presenting an amusing program entitled "The Year That Was" in which club members were ribbed were: Gertrude Goodrich, Marthana Paine, Lois Fair WUson, Shkley Harlan and Ruth Wilkerson. W. E. Felthouse passes away at age of 80 Walter E. Felthouse, a rcsi dent of Redlands for the past 12 years, died Tuesday at the age of 80. Although he came to Redlands in reUremcnt, Mr. Felthouse was actively interested in many civic and governmental projects and issues and was often a contributor to the "Peoples Column" in the Redlands Daily Facte. Prior to his retirement, he had been m the real estate business for 35 years. He was a native of Elkhart, Indiana. His Redlands home was at 205 W. Fern avenue. He is survived by his wife, Jlrs. Marie E. Fetlhouse; three sons, Walter E. Felthouse Jr., Morrisville. Fa.; John A. Felthouse, Redlands, and James W. Felthouse, Red Bluff, Calif. He is also survived by two daughters, .Miss Betty Felthouse, Berkeley and Mrs. John B. Hurlow, Tacoraa, Wash. Other survivors include seven grandchildren and two brothers, Willard W. and Oron 0. Felthouse, both of Hermiston, Ore. Private funeral services «111 be held Friday at 3:30 from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel, the Rev. Delbert T. McLaughlin of the First Congregational church, officiaUng. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks held the upper hand in a mixed market today. Both rails and utilities retreated in the Dow Jones averages but rails held a modest gain, buoyed by fair-sized ad vances in Norfolk & Western, Chesapeake & Ohio, Baltimore Ohio, Great Northern and Chicago & North Western. Steels were firm, paced by Youngstown with a pomt-sized gain. Chrysler led an easier mo tor section ^nth a large frac tiona ollss. Dew Jones Stock Averages High Lew Close Chgi. 30 md 824.S0 815.S4 819.36 off 0.89 20 rrs 194.02 191.76 192.85 up 0.T7 IS utl 139.87138.36 139.01 off 0.26 65 stk 286.44 283.22 284.59 unch. Sales today were about 5.67 million shares compared with ,89 million shares Wednesday. n M*it AMrt SiKki (D»w.j0Br« Serrice. Cvnrtcsy Lcilrr. Br«ni b Co.) C suit Velamr Cl*»e Chne. HUM Xfr«i M'i -f:', IIJJM Lflrh — -v •» n.w aCA _ .TS', — MJOO Gillette »7.«»» Sperry Rinil -r »9.4«« Cbrrilrr 4S»i — n.-M Komlle 30'i — tj :i,70« Wnthie. Elec _ - VitM Weit. Union M'i -H?i «4J0O NOIL DbtlUcra — M'i -i-t 47,*M Ctn. Motora KV% — <l tIJM Brnniwick ]*<• — <i 41JM Kcxall 4S»i -i-1'4 XKiM U.S. Slool — >4 U,M« Am. FhoU Copr- II -r BIRTHS RAMBORGER — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bamberger, 515 Linda place March 18, 1964, at Redlands community hospital. TYLER — Bom, a son to Mr. and Mrs. John P. Tyler, 221 Elder road, Redlands, March 18, 1964 at Redlands Commun ity hospiUl. Mr. and Mrs James Warner Simonds, Sa ritta drive are the maternal grandparente. SMITH — Bora, a daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Smith, 9734 Williams Drive, Bloom ington, March 19, 1984, at Redlands Community hospital Recffamfs Daily ffna% Thart. Mar. 19, 1964 - S Marriage Licenses Issued ELPHIC-MASON - Lance G. Elphic, 20, San Bemardhio and Judith A. Mason, 20, Red lands. BULLOCK - WILSON — Archie J. Bullock, 79, and Marion J. Wilson. 68; both Yu caipa. BARAK-PERRY — Leonard Barak, 21, Mentone; and Karen S. Perry, 19, Redlands. GIBERSON - GUSTAFSSON Jon A. Giberson, 23, Red lands; and Gail I. Gustafsson 20, Yucaipa. DEATHS RAFFETY — Died in L o m a Linda, California, March 18 1964, Mrs. Flora Tiltoa Raf- ;rety, 432 Center street. Red lands aged 86 years, native of Illinois and resident of Red lands for 36 years. Graveside services will be held Friday afternoon at 3 o' clock at HiUside Memorial Park, with Dr. Ivan Bell, and Dr. V. SUnley Silke, of the Fursl Baptist Church, officiathig. F Cortner Chapel m Arthur charge. KERNS - Died in Redlands, California, March 17. 1964 Lewis Dayton Kems, 831 Herald street aged 70 years, na five of Nebraska and resident of Redlands. Deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. June Fletcher. Ycrmo and Mrs. Edna Clay, Redlands. Graveside services will be held Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park, withj Rev. David L. Silke of the First BapUst Church, officiathig. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. MEDINA - Died m East High lands, March 18, 1964, Mrs. Dominga Ortiz Medina, 7972 Cortez street East High lands, aged 90 years, native of Mexico, and resident' of East Highlands for 61 years. Deceased is survived by one son, Tanilo Medma, San Bernardino; three daughters, Mis. Natslia Alvarado, Colton; Mrs. Maggie Hernandez, and Miss Jennie 0. Medina, East High lands; 26 grandchildren, and 27 great grandchildren. Rossry services will be held POST OFFICE AWARD — A "Citation for Excellence" in keeping the Redlands post offie* building ond grounds clean and attractive was presented to Postmaster Daniel J. Stanton (center) in a ceremony this morning. Making the presentation was Harold Jinks, left, a special assistant to the Postmaster General. At right is employe Dennis Crosby who was cited by Postmaster Sfonfon as a major factor in the award. Redlands was one of 97 post offices of the total of 45 ,CXX) to get such an award. Mr. Crosby commented that "we like to have things clean and shining for people when they come here." (Facts photo) Friday evening at 8 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass will be held Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from St John Bosco Catholic Church, East Highlands, with Rev. Anthony Lozm ski, officiaUng. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. WILLIAMS — Died m San Bernardino, Calif., March 18, 1964, Bobby Lee Williams, 925 Herald street Redlands, aged 20 years, native of Arkansas, and resident of Redlands for 10 months. Deceased is survived by Us parente. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Williams, Tiirrell. Arkansas; three broUiers, Lujene Williams, Henry Lee Williams, and Victor Terry Williams, Turrell, Arkansas; three sisters. Miss BiUie Jean Williams, Redlands; Mrs. Robert Williams, and Miss Dorris Ann Williams, Turrell, Arkansas; and his maternal grandfather, Victor Holmes, Turrell, Arkansas. Bobby Lee Williams was era ployed by the Harris Co., of Redlands. Funeral services and burial will be in West Memphis. -Arkansas. F. Arthur Cortner Chapet in charge of local arrangc -J mente. LINDL — Died in Redlands, March 17. 1964. Jean F. Lindl, 12573 7th Street Yucaipa. aged 46 years, native of Wisconsin, and resident of Yucaipa for 1 year. Deceased is survived by her husband, Norman Lindl, and the the following children: Diann E. Usey of La Puente, Ellen J. N« of West Covina. and Fay F. Lindl of Yucaipa, and grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 10:00 a.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa chapel. Rev. aell Gray, pastor of the Yucaipa Methodist church, of ficiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park cementery, Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. FELTHOUSE — Died in Redlands Calif.. March 17, 1964, Walter E. Felthouse, 205 West Fem avenue, aged 80 years, native of Elkhart, Indiana, and resident of Redlands for 12 years. Private funeral services will be held Friday afternoon at 30 o'clock from Uie F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Delbert T. McLaughlin, pastor of the First Congregational church of ficiating. MALEY — Died ia San Bernardino, Calif., March 18, 1964. Mrs. Mary Albina Maley, 839 East Citrus avenue, Redlands, aged 85 years, native of Good Housekeeping award Posf Office wins cleonliness citation Tlie Redlands post office was today officially proclaimed as one of the cleanest postal buildings m the entire post office de partment Ttt-o special assistante to the postmaster general presented an official "good housekeeping" award to Postmaster Daniel J. Stanton in a formal ceremony at 11:30 a.m. in this postmas ter's office. That the award should be one for community pride as well was noted in Uie fact Uiat "Uie Bed- lands post office is only one of 97 post offices among the 45,000 in the United States selected for Woonsocket. Rhode Island, and resident of Redlands foi 55 years. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Jack Mottweiler, pastor of the Free Methodist church, officiating. Interment m Slontecito Memorial Park. Weather m 1 R««aods. Cafifbrna ^ 793-2441 Feb. 19 . reb. 20 . Feb. 21 . Feb. 22 . F«b. 23 . F«b. 24 . Feb. 2S . Feb. 2S . Feb. 27 . Feb. 23 Feb. 29 . March I March 2 March 3 March 4 March S March 6 March 7 March S March 9 March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 14 March IS March 18 March 17 March IS March 19 Salnfan Temp. 14 Boun " 43 S «a- . 70 . 71 . 72 SS 65 . 65 . 63 . 66 . 58 . 65 . 60 . 65 . 58 . SS . 62 . 6S . 6S . 70 . SI . M . 7S . 77 . 73 . 82 . 83 . 72 SO 37 37 48 37 43 33 33 38 43 35 43 33 38 37 48 35 35 34 <l 38 46 45 38 41 54 57 46 4S .04 8.20 .01 Tr. .12 886 8L«9 wn.UAM G. MOORB. PuhlUber. FRANK E. MOORC Editor. Publiibed everj areninf laxcepf Sundayi at Facu bulldini. 700 Brook- Mt at Center. Redlandi. CalUoniia. Fotusded October 23, 1890. 74tb year. Entered as second clan natter Oetobei 13. 1«»0, st the Port 0«lc« al Rcdiandi. Camomla. tmder act o( March S. 1(7*. SUBSCMPTION RATE lln Adnncei Ky" Carrier DellTery Oae Maotk rkret M*aUa six MoaUia OB* Tear On* MeaUi One TtM _ By MaU STUART E. POWER EASTMAN DILLON, UNION SECURITIES & Co. MiafBERS NEW TOkK STOCK EXOMNGK an MafMlia Av*., Rivw«id« (PIm) Dial OpM-ator (Tell-PrM) ZenHti 74S00 Xesideace: 7*3-1138 m m Dear friends. If you visit our display room, you will notice that all casket prices are marked in plain figures. 1'his is sound business practice. It neans that the price, whatever it may be, is. unifom for all. There can be no price juggling or xdsre- presentation. We believe our patrons appreciate this plan. You have a right to know in advance exactly vfhat the price will be. Respectfully, mm m mm m Announcement of Services HORTON. Mrs. Gladys D. 2:00 p.m. Today Redlands Chapel THURSTON, Ceca D. 11:00 a.m. Friday Redlands Chapel BRYANT. Mrs. Alma S. 2:00 p.m. Friday Faith Lutheran Church LINDL, Mrs. Jean 10:00 a.m. Saturday Yucaipa Chapel MAURER. Arthur R. Services Pending Redlands Chapel DAWS. Sterling Services Pending Redlands Chapel THOMAS. Mrs. Gertrude Ann Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 701 MOORSIDf AVI. 7*1444' this honor." "The certificate itself was for "excellence" in keeping the building and grounds clean, attractive and "a pleasant place in which to conduct business." Postmaster Stanton, in accepting the award, promised that it would be displayed "in a prominent place as a challenge to those who come after us." He paid tribute to all em­ ployes in the post office and particularly to Dennis Crosby and his staff and to the house- keepmg committee consisting of Mr. Crosby, two carriers and two clerks. The presentation ceremony took place before a group of business and civic leaders from Redlands and. San Bernardino, and was coordinated by Ed Harp. Making brief statements of congratulations were Mayor Charles C. Parker. Ray Gregory on behalf of Assemblyman Stewart Hinckley, and Ken Dyal. former San Bernardino postmaster. Verne Skells. representing the Carriers local, expressed appreciation for the award and noted that an attractive, clean buildmg helps build morale. Jim Tompkins, representing t h e Clerks local, echoed his statement. The some 20 guests at the special ceremony were offered a tour of the Redlands post office at the conclusion of the ceremony. Announcement of Funeral Services LEWIS DAYTON KERNS Graveside services 2 p.m., Friday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. FLORA TILTON RAFFETY Grat'csidc services 3 p.m., Friday, at Hillside Memorial Park. WALTER F. FELTHOUSE Private services 3:30 p.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. DOMINGA MEDINA Rosary services 8 p.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Rec|uiem Mass 9 a.m., Saturday, St. John's Bosco Catholic Church, East Highlands. MRS. MARY ALVINA MALEY Services 10:00 a.m., Saturday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. BOBBY LEE WILLUMS Body wiU be forwarded Monday to Decker Funeral Home. West Memplas, Arkansas. MISS ELEANOR BANKS Services pending. f.ARTHUB CORTNEK m

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