Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 24, 1964 · Page 6
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6 - Tues.^ March 24, 1964 kedlands Daily Facts y. S. ambassador stabbed '^y retarded Japanese (Continued from page 1) tD have several grievances against the United States for its postwar occupation policy in Japan. The government expressed regret for the incident, the latest in a series of political stabbings. Reischauer. who was bom in Japan of American missionary parents and speaks fluent Japanese, is a popular and effective ambassador. Police said Shiotani told them he also bad poured gasoline on a rug mside a U.S. Embassy house in January. They said he bad been arrested on suspicion of arson but released. Today, Shiotani climbed a wall and entered the embassy compound. He approached Reis­ chauer as th^ ambassador was walking out of the building on his way to lunch. John Jerchak of Fairfax, Va., one of the Americans who seized the youth, described the scene that followed: "I was getting ready to leave the chancery and saw the am Ibassador coming down the stairs. I started to open the door but the ambassador beat me to it. The ambassador then stepped out. At the same time, right atj the doorway, out of nowhere came this man into the building. He brushed against the ambassador. The man came in and the ambassador said, 'Who is this man?' I looked at him and saw the knife in his hand. I grabbed him from the back, forcing him to the floor and forced the knife from his hand. The knife was a short one with a triangular blade." A Marine guard, Sgt. Carl D. Macek of San Diego, Calif., helped subdue Shiotani. Another Marine guard, Cpl. Lester L. Wells, of Eaton Rapids, Mich., also assisted. Burton opens tonight in "Hamlet' BOSTON (UPI)—Richard Burton opens here tonight in a pre- Broadway engagement of Shakespeare's "Hamlet" hopeful that Boston's theatergoers are more subdued than its unofficial greeters. Burton and his new bride, Elizabeth Taylor, got a nasty jostling by overzealuus fans when they arrived here Sunday. A near-riot broke out in a hotel Ubby, causing injuries to Miss Taylor and igniting Burton's re doubtable Welsh temper. The new Mrs. Burton was to be backstage at the opening of the two-week run at the Shu bert Tlieater. The Burtons had a relatively uneventful day Monday, featur- mg a waterfront duwer, a visit to the Shubert Theater and cocktails in the theatrical district. During the melee Sunday SOss Taylor suffered a sprained neck muscle and several scratches but she had shaken the effects Monday. Great Y Circus changes program to four dates Due to popular demand the Great Y Circus has changed its program policy this year from three continuous nights to two pairs of nights a week apart It wiU be presented May 15-16 and May 22-23. The new program was designed to better accommodate the circus patrons, many of whom were disappointed by failure to get in the crowded YMCA gym on the second and third nights for the past sev eral years. Having the performances on Friday and Saturday nights also eliminates the necessity of a,show on a "school night." The recent change was the result of committee action, according to John E. Lenker, general chairman. Many new and e-xciting acts are in preparation and from all early indications the performances this year will be bigger and better" than ever. All but two of the old stars will be back and some new ones will be imcovered. The clowns have been holding creative sessions, and wiS come up with some new hilari-, ous gags. These will have to be seen to be believed. New acts, new routines and some new faces have been added to all of the old standbys, to make this year's performance bigger and possibly more spectacular. Everything will be changed except the price of admission which will be the same. Fowler resigns advisor post WASHINGTON (UPI) Treasury Undersecretary Henry H. Fowler, one of the government's leading advisers on fiscal policy, has resigned his post. Fowler, 52, was named to the job in January 1961 by President Kennedy. f/l 3 Who's the one guy in town, who knows all about programmed cooking. automatic roast thermometers... the miraculous ''burner with a brain". and adjusts them all free? ~— ..wHinnwvw A KmMKAX'.rKi You guessed it. If s the man from the Gas Company who provides such fine service to all his customers. He's a good citizen, doing his best to keep gas rates and service among the most reasonable, most efficient in the nation. His company is owned by investors. He and his company have a prime concern: Service in the public interest SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA GAS COMPANY REPUBLICAN CONGRESSMEN COMING - The three Republican U.S. Congressmen above will utilize the Congressional Easter recess in the House of Representatives for a whirlwind four info Colorado, New Mexico and California. The group is one of seven panels of GOP Congressmen formed info "Paul Revere" teams with the aim of highlighting domestic and foreign issues in the forthcoming campaign. Panelists are, left to right, Robert Oo(e of Kansas, John B. Anderson of Illinois, chairman, and Don H. Clausen of California. They will appear in Redlands af the U. R. Commons Friday, April 3 at a 6:30 p. m. dinner hosted by the U. R. Young Republicans and sponsored by the Republican County Central committee. Three GOP Congressmen to speak here April 3 Three Republican Congress men, riding as modem - day 'Paul Reveres" vrill visit Redlands under sponsorship of the Hcpublican County Central committee at a dinner in the U.R. Commons Friday, April 3, hosted by the University Young Republicans. Robert Bierschbach, chairman of the central committee, says that tickets may be obtained by calling Jlrs. Lee Harris, 792-1546. The three congressmen are touring three western states to warn their countrymen of what Aetna office opening offers 85 positions Employment opportunities for up to 85 persons will be created April 1 with the opening of a regional office of the Aetna Casualty and Surety Company, in San Bernardino. The Aetna office, serving the Redlands and San Bernardino araas, will be responsible for development of the company's business in San Bernardino, Riverside and Imperial Counties and the southeastern por [tion of Los Angeles County. The company is hiring 50 people from the local labor market, and will grow to 85 em­ ployes within three years. The new service office will be located at the Civic Center Build ing, 157 West Fifth street. they see as impending dangers m U.S. foreign and domestic jpolicies. Chairman of the panel will be Congressman John B. Anderson I of Illinois. He will be accompanied by Congressmen Don H. Clausen of California and Robert Dole of Kansas. Pointing out that this year marks the 189th anniversary of Paul Revere's ride, Congressman Anderson said: "We believe that the people of America should he told of the true situation that faces their country — both at home and abroad. Although our mode of transportation differs from Paul Revere's, our mission is as important today to the future of our Nation as was his message to the colonists in 1775. "Among the subjects we will discuss are foreign policy, state of the economy, scandals in Washington and the record and performance of President John- 'son. "We cordially invite the pub- lie to attend any of our meetings and we will be happy to answer questions from the audience at the conclusion of pur I brief presentations." NOTICE or REARING ON rETl- TION FOR PROBATE OF Witt, AND ' FOB J-ETTERS TESTAMENTARY No. 33467 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the matter of the Estate of WILLIAM O. HAIXETT. Deceased. NoUce is hereby given that the petition ol HiWegarde H. Hallett for the Probate ot Will of William O. Hallett the above named decedent, and for the issuance of Letters Testamentary thereon to said petitioner, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on Friday. April 3. 1964. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 ot the above entitled Cmirt at the courthouse in the City of San Bernardino in the above desijnated county and state. Dated March 20. 1964. V. DENNIS WARDLE. Clerk. Ey Edith Campbell, Deputy Clerk. EDWIN R HALES. Attorney for Petitioner. (First Publication March 23. 1984) Two Elvis Presleys in Metro - Goldwyn - Mayer's new backwoods comedy, "Kissin' Cousins," in which Elvis plays dual role as a Tennessee hillbilly and an Air Force officer. Filmed in Panavision and Metrocolor, it starts Wednesday, Fox Redlands Theatre. Who Has 0 Birtbdof MARCH U — Kr«i9 Gr«iner Clarence Collier, M. D. 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