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Local Notes Eatter Spceids 1960 Mercury 4 Door Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic trans mission, power steering, $999. 1958 Oldsmobile S8 2-Door Hardtop. Full power, air conditioner, S799. Van Dorin Motor Co., 1617 W. Bedlands Blvd. . x HeusthoM Furnishings Sale at 314 So. Michigan, Fri day, Sunday, Monday, 1 to 5 • p.m. X Tools Stolen A total of $805 worth of small power tools were stolen from an unfinished house at 66 West Sunset drive Friday mormng. Arthur L. Stout of Riaito was the victim, police said. In Respectful Memory of W. C. Lange, we shall be closed from 1 to 3 p.m. Monday, March 30 during the funeral services. Lange & Runkel. X Auto Fire Bedlands firemen answered a call for an automobile fire yesterday at 11:15 a.m. at Colton and Orange streets. No vehicle was found at the scene when they arrived. Easter Specials 1960 Mercury Colony Park 9 passenger wagon. Full powrr, air conditioner. $1699. 1961 Con tinental 4 Door Sedan. Leather trim, full power, air conditioner, $3599. Van Dorin Motor Co., 1617 W. Redlands Blvd. x Hants Funeral Funeral services for Scott W Hants were held Friday at 11 a.m. from Emmerson's Valley Chapel, Elders Maurtiz Peter . son and H. K. Termohlen, offi ciated. Pallbearers were: Hugh G. Buckley, James M. Hackney, Jack Rhodes, Frank E. Sexton, Leroy H. Barnes, H. Blackburn. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Sharp Services Graveside services for J o h a Austui Sharp were held Friday morning at 11 o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park, with the Redlands Elks Lodge officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Will Collett, William Yount, August Peterson, Jim Yerkes, J. G. Chapman, J. F. Collins and Charies BardawiL F. Arthur Cortner chapel was in charge. City moves to halt batch plant operation Court action against a ready' mix concrete batch plant operation said to be illegal on seven counts was authorized by t h e City Council at a special meeting yesterday. City Attorney Edward F. Taylor was instructed to seek an injunction against the Pomona Ready - Mix Company ui the event that other remedies fail. A report on the batch plant operation was made to the Council yesterday by City Manager R. P. Merritt, Jr. He said the ready-mix company had recent ly established a batch plant on Dill Lumber Company property, abutting the Redlands Freeway. Seven Violations Merritt reported that the oper^ ation was illegal in seven respects: 1—The operation is not permitted by right of zone. 2—No special use occupancy permit has been issued. 3—No on-site business license has been issued: 4—No permit has been issued for connection to a city fire hydrant and use of the water. 5—No water meter has been attached to the line from the hydrant 6—There is no street or driveway approach to the property. The company has been driving its ready-mix trucks across Southern California Edison company property. 7—None of the property improvements usually required have been installed. Merritt stated that the plaU' ning director had previously advised the company's Pomona office by registered mail that thn operation should be discontinued until the proper permission had been granted. He said the notices had been disregarded. The company previously had obtained a "job site" business license to prepare concrete mix for a subdivision at Brockton and Church streets. That license was limited to work for the tract. Accordmg to Merritt, the Edison company plans to barricade its property to prevent access by the mix trucks. Taylor stated that he would wait on initiating the court ac^ tion to see what effect the Edi son company baricades w i 1 have. "We may be able to accomplish our purpose without spending public funds," he said. Mayor Charles C. Parker asserted: "You can perhaps attribute most of the violations to ignorance, but there's no excuse for hooking up to a city fire hydrant without getting the pro per authority." Redlanders in Alaska, no word as yet The thoughts of many local people today turned to relatives in Alaska and to former Red- landers who are now there. Gordon Bninton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Brunton, 737 South Buena Vista street, is currently at Fort Richardson, Anchorage, on two weeks military reserve duty, and presumably safe. Mr. and Mrs.' Brunton here, were more concerned about Gordon's wife who re mained at the Gordon Brunton home in Valdez — a commum- ty that is said to have suffered severe damage. The Rev, Gerald Churchill, former pastor of the Congrega tional church of Redlands, and widely known here, moved to Anchorage upon leaving Redlands, continuing his ministeri-, al work. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Andriese and their child also reside in Anchorage where he has been in sales work. He was formerly in the city planmng department in Redlands and in Anchorage. Mrs. Andriese, the former Diane Pettet, worked at the city hall switchboard several years ago and was also a former Miss Redlands." John L. Anglin and his wife and two sons are living in Kodiak, Alaska, an island some distance southwest of Anchorage where the quake was cen tcred. He is the son of the Wilbur AngUns, 1079 Kevin. Ronald Stutt to manage new swimming pools Ronald L. Stutt has been hired to manage the new swimming pools at Redlands Senior high school during whatever part of the summer they arc usable. Contract for construction of| the two pools has been awarded to Swen Larson and it is hoped the pools can be completed in lime for some use during the summer months. School Trustees had agreed at that time that from a recreation standpoint, activity at the high school pools should be co ordinated with the overall summer recreation program but that a pool manager should be employed. Stutt, who teaches U. S. history, is also the varsity swimming coach at RHS. His appointment was affirmed by the School Board this week. In his capacity as pooi man- sger, he will have complete charge -of the two high school pools and will develop a program in cooperation with Bob Chambers who will be director of the swimming program for the city. In all hTccIihood, recreation will, be in charge of the new Recreation commission by next year but organizational prob Jems were too great to be accomplished in the limited time available so far. Agreement Approved The Recreation commission does exist, however, and School Trustees this week approved the enabling agreement provid tag for financial participation by the school district. This agreement is now expected to go to the City Council, probably at the first meeting in ApriL It provides, generally, for a 50-50 sharing of all costs with all facilities of both city and school district to be made avail able for community recreation uses. It also sets up the organiza tion of the Recreation coramls sion wWch now consists of Bill Klausner of the UR faculty as member-at-large and chairman. A. R. SchulU Jr. and Richard L. Scott as school board mem bers and Robert Wagner and William Hartzell as City Coun cil members. This, particular, membership arrangejnent is expected to be revised once the commissioo js on steady footing and moving| ahead to provide for broader community representation. PORTABLE BATCH PLANT — This is the portable equipment a Pomona ready-mix firm moved onto a strip of land near the easterly end of High avenue off of Ninth street. The City Council yesterdoy took exception to this plant since it apparently was using city water out of a hydrant, was operating without city licenses and contrary to zone. An injunction to halt the operation was authorized but the Southern California Edison company, which owns tha adjoining substation, sold it would halt access to the botch plant, which has been across Edison land (without permission.) (Facts photo) Services held today for Ira Thomason Facts Classified Ads Can Sell An>'thing Call 793-3221 CYPRESS TERRACE Apartmcnf Hemes from $125.00 325 E. CYPRESS AVE. Call TnSSJt Funeral services for Ira Leroy Thomason, of 250 Wabash avenue, Redlands, who passed away on March 23. were held today at 1:30 p.m.. in Uttcr-Mc- Kinley's Hollywood Mortuary, with Dr. Myron C. Cole, pastor of the Hollywood Beverly Chris tian church, officiating. Bom in Nebraska, May 15 1894, Mr. Thomason lived Southern California for the past 50 years, 40 of which he spent in the Hollywood area. For the first few years of his California residency, he was ac dve in development of citrus groves and agriculture in Red lands and Lindsay. Following this, he was an officer with the California Trust Company and the Security Bank in Los Angeles. During his years in the Holly wood area, Jlr. Thomason was active in business management, first with the firm of Temple Shirley and Thomason, and la tcr as head of Thomason Busi ncss Management, Inc. An Army veteran of World War I, JIi;. Thomason was member of Hollywood Lodge 255, F and A M; the Hollywood Commandcry; Al Malaikah Shrine, Los Angeles, and a past president of the Hollywood Ki wanis club. He is survived by his widow Ora T; Thomason, Redlands; his mother, Angcline T. Thoma son, Santa Klonica; son. Porter T., Canoga Park, and daugh ter, Dorothy Campbell, El Ca jon. Also surviving are a brother, Clarence T., Zuma Beach; sisters, Inez Stacy of Los Angeles and Julia Sievert of Palo Alto. In lieu of flowers, the family requests contributions in his memory to the Masom'c Childrens Hospital of Los Angeles. Would-be rapist be»ts Redlands woman A 53-year-old Redlands wom- don't scream," the woman he- Mystery Tlie disappearance of Amelia Earhart and her copilot, F. J. Noonan, remauis a mystery. They were lost somewhere be tween New Guinea and Howland Island. Weather T«mp. 65 63 «« S3 M 69 65 58 55 — ez 6S 68 70 Feb. 2S _ Feb. 29 .._ March I March 3 .March 3 March 4 Ma.-xh 5 March « March 7 March 8 , March 9 March 10 March ]I March 12 March 13 _ M March H _ „ 76 March n _ 77 March 16 7.1 March 17 - _ ja March 18 S3 March 19 March 20 March 21 Much 23 March 23 March 3« March S.'S March 27 March 25 . 7.1 . 7B . 63 . 52 . 47 . S.1 . S5 . 70 . SO . 79 3S 43 3$ 43 3S 3S 37 46 35 .-!5 34 41 3S 4^ 45 .•w 41 54 ."r7 iK 4 .-1 42 40 40 42 38 34 SS 41 44 lUlntall Beun .14 "T47 .ns .01 Tr. .13 .01 .M .61 .19 S«a- aon ase 8.87 9.00 9.81 lO.Ui lasi an was beaten on the head this morning by a would-be rapist, police said. The victim's screams caused the intruder to flee shortly after entering the Union street house on the north- side of town about 5 a.m. to day. The intruder began his tcr rorizmg attacks several months ago and has struck at least six homes. His victims have always been women and some have been raped while a knife was held to Uieir throat. The assailant, described by ttie victim as a Negro in his 30's was unsuccessful in his attempt to sexually assault the Union street woman this morning, according to police. The attacker today entered the home by cutting the screen and gaining entry to a porch. He picked up a 2Vx inch pipe and went to the kitchen door, poUce said. He forced open the door breaking a latch chain and the victim got out of bed and tried to hold her bedroom door closed. The burglar forced the door open and told .the woman Keep quiet, don't holler and gan to scream and the man began to strike her over the head and arms with the pipe before fleeing from the house. At the hospital 12-15 stitches were required to close the head wound, poHce stated. Following • the beating tlic woman ran to the house next door and another neighbor called the police. W. C. Lange funeral Monday Services for W. C. Lange, who died yesterday at the age of 82, will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the F. Arthur Cortner chapel, it was announced today. The Rev. Mark L. Andrews and Rev. Dr. Roy H. Wollam of the First Presbyterian church will officiate at the services. Entombment will follow in the mausoleum at Hillside Memorial Park. The family has suggested that those, who wish may make memorial contributions to the Heart Fund, c/o Lewis Pierce at Security Bank. Allen Arti killed when car overturns A 23-year-old Redlands man was fatally injured at approximately 2:40 a.m. today when his car skidded and overturned on Barton road at the Washington intersection. Killed was Allen J. Arti, a native of Lorain, Ohio, and resident of 230 South Michigan street in Redlands. He worked as a salesman for Sears, Roebuck in Riverside, according to Colton police department records. The accident occured where Barton road veers to the south about 800 feet westerly of Reche canyon road. Colton police, in whose teri lory it occured, said the vie tim was alone in the car which was headed toward Redlands on Barton road when it skidded on the curve and rolled. Larry Fasich was investigating officer for the Coiton P.D. with Dep. Cor. G. P. Swing in vcstigating for the coroner's office. Funeral services are pending at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary. Jted /oncfs Daily facts Saturday, Mar. 28,1964 --5 PAGE BOYS — Serving as page boys in the legislature for o week were Lowell Ponfe, 18. of Redlands (left) ond Larry Blokely, 17, Son Bernardino. Here they look ot the budget, <u Assemblymon Stewart Hinckley of Redlands explains the document. (Photo by Pacific Coast News Service) Redlands senior comments on week in Legislature Couple 98,96 receive card from president VIENNA, HI. (UPI) — George Bell, 98, and his wife, 96, were grateful today to President Johnson for the greeting card he sent for their 79th weddmg anniversary Sunday. But BeU lamented, "It's just a shame it couldn't have come from Johnny." The bells were great admirers of the late President John F. Kennedy. SACRAMENTO (PCNS) - "It as, I hope, a look into my fu ture" commented Lowell Pon te, 18, of Redlands after a week here serving as a legislative page. Lowell, son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ponte of 511 Terracina Blvd., served as page for As semblyman Stewart Hinckley (R-Redlands) and State Senator Eugene Nisbet (D-Upland). In his four days here he sat in on the opening round of battles over approval of the 196465 state budget and watched it deadlock to force a special session of the Legislature. "I found that government is a real science of diplomacy in action," Lowell said. He met and talked with California leaders in both houses and discussed issues such as the pending California Senate race ivithj deep enthusiasm. Lowell hopes to attend the University of Southern California following his graduation this year, from Redlands High school. He plans to major in political science and would like someday to represent his area here or in Congress. Presently he is "unofficial president" of the student supporters of Goldwater for President and president of the Call fomia Scholarship Federation at Redlands High. He is also an active member of the American Field Service, 'the World Trade Club and chakman of the Anti-Com munist Amateur Radio Network. Vitally interested in politics, Lowell hasn't wasted a moment ot his time here. He managed an informal interview with Assembly Speaker Jesse Unruh whom he found intriguing and with Assemblyman Byron Rum ford (D-Oakland). Rumford one of three Negro members of the Assembly and author of the controversial Rumford Fair Housing Act. Vital Records MAYER — Died in Redlands, Calif., March 27, 1964, EUas M. Mayer, 16 North San Ma tco, aged 53 years, native Poland and resident of Red lands for 21 months. Deceased is survived by his son, Ira E. Mayer, Redlands, Also his brother and sisters Salomon Mayer; Mrs. Yett Schneur; Miss Mollie Mayer all of the Bronx, N.Y. Funeral services will be held in Brooklyn, N.Y., Emmerson Redlands Alortuary in charge of local arrangements. LANGE — Died ui Redlands Calif., March 27, 1964, WU- liam C. Lange, 532 Sout Buena Vista street; aged 82 years, native of Livmgston Wisconsin and resident of Redlands for 33 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Edith A. Lange. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Monday afternoon at the F. Arthur Cortner chapel. Rev. Mark L. Andrews and Dr. Roy H. Wollam, of the First Presbyterian church will officiate with entombment the Mausoleum at Hillside Me mortal Park. Those who wish may make contributions to the Heart Fund, care of Mr. Lewis Pierce at the Security Firs National Bank. it GOOD WILL AT HS BEST - Thot's Navy Copf. J. D. Mooney, right, in full dress as U. S. Naval Attache to the U.S. Embassy in Canberra, Austrolia. He's the son of Mr. ond Mrs. F. P. Meoncy, 955 East Cypress avenue, and a 1936 graduate of Redlands High school. Here, he is representing the U. S. Novy in the presentofion of two cheeks for o total of some $1100 for the dependents of sailors lost in the recent coHbion of two Australian navol vessels. The money was roised by volunteer contributions, primarily from navy men at Dam Neck, Va., a guided missiles school. Shown accepting the checks on behalf of the Royal Austrolion Novy, ore Reor Adm. V. A. T. Smith, left, ond Novy Minister Choney, in whose office the ceremony was held. Announcement of Funeral Services IRA THOMASON Services 1:30 p.m., Saturday, UUer-McKinley, HoUy- wood Mortuary, 6240 Hollywood Blvd. JOHN WHEATON Services 11:00 a.m. Monday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. WILLIAM C. LANGE 'Services 2:00 p.m., Mon. day, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. JOHN FRANKLLV BOND Private services 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER znntooBiorAL -prMfti "I was particularly impressed with the intelligence and sincerity of Mr. Rumford," Lowell commented. He enjoyed the "give and take" of the two day struggle between the two parties in an attempt to solve. the budget deadlock. When Democrats were unable to break Republican resistance the budget was forced into a special session for final passage. "I was impressed with t h e way all of the legislators conducted themselves during the budget struggle and was especially proud of the actions of Mr. Hinckley," Lowell said. The State Senate and Assembly traditionally open the flooi to pages during Easter week each year. Senators and Assemblymen select local youths to serve at the honorary non-salaried posts. Serving with Lowell this week was Larry Blakely, 17, of Saa Bernardino. 1000 guests for wedding LOS ANGELES (UPI) —The 23-year-old daughter of actor John Wayne, plans a big wedding April 4—with 1,000 guests. Mehnda Wayne look out a mariage license Friday at tht Hall of Records with Dep. Dist. Atty. Gregory Munor, 26, Gleo- dale. Announcement of Services REYNOLDS, Mrs. Edith L. Remains forwarded to Denver. Colorado, for Services and Burial LOPER, Ivan E. 10:00 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel mORTJL Ame 2:00 p.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel JLVYER. Elias H. Remains forwarded to New York City for Services and Burial SPENCER, Mrs. Ada C. . 10:00 a.m. Monday Graveside: Montecito Memorial Park DAVIS, Sterling Services Pending Redlands Chapel ARTI, Allen J. Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 iWOICSlOe AVl."7 »M4«

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