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Local Notes Swtdish Sugar Rings Something good and new from the Goodie Shop. 24 E. State, x Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. x Elk 's Family NigM Saturday, April 4, dinner 6:30; game time at 8. Guests welcome. Making Party Plans? Goodie Shop now has dainty, delicious and different cookies. Several varieties to choose from. X Couch Fire A burning cigarette is believed responsible for touchiog off a small fire in the J. T. Reedy home, 703 South Buena Vista, about 8:30 p.m. yesterday. The fire destroyed the couch and damaged a wall and carpeting, the Fire Department reported. Dietetic Cake Satisfies the natural desire for bakery fresh baked goods. No| added sugar, no added salt. Su- caryl sweetened. A scientific formulation. Goodie Shop. 24 £. State. Terror arrest ends ¥fith of suspect story Hour Tomorrow Jlrs. Charles Hain will tell the stories "Frog Went Courtin' " "CjTano the Crow" and "Jumping Beans" during tomorrow morning's story hour for children four years old and older in the Lyon Wing of Smi ley Library from 11 to 11:30 o'clock. . Tea Service Stolen A silver tea service valued at $300 was reported stolen Wed ncsday from a garage at 1618 Alta Loma drive. The owner, James B. Fox, told police the theft occurred some time since January. A box in which the service was stored was re moved from the garage. Choate Services Funeral services for Mrs. Lorena E. Choate were held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel; with Rev. John de Boer Cummings, of the Trinity Epis copal Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Bichard A. Thompson, John G. Wilcoxson, Gordon A. Pratt, Dan N. McLeod, John W. OsUe, and Ed Jury. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. Times change in definition of drunk LITTLE ROCK, Ark. IVPI)~ A brief by attorney James B. Blair was on file with the Arkansas Supreme Court today, askuig reversal of a drunken conviction against his rainmaker-client Homer Berry. Blair contended Berry was' not drunk and quoted an 1829 definition attributed to Thomas Love Peacock; "Not drunk is he who from (he floor Can rise alone and still drink more; But dnink is he, who prostrate lies Without the power to drink of rise." By RON KIBBY Seven months'of terror endedi for north Redlands residents today with the filing of formal robbery-rape charges against 23- year-old Johnnie Lee Brown. Intensive interrogation of the suspect has revealed that the string of violent early morning attacks on lone women was carried out by two men. The other man died last month. Brown, S28'A HeraH sfrcct, admitted five assaults in which three victims were raped. He was first linked to one of the attacks when rifies stolen from the home of one victim were .'cund in his bedroom. Hie second man implicated in the assaults was Bron's's cousin, Bobbie Lee Williams, who Uved at 925 Herald street and was 20-years-oId at the time of his death. Williams was killed Weather Mirch March Mtrets M «Kh March March March lurch 10 M *rc» 11 March 12 March 13 March U March IS March IS March IT March 18 March 19 March 30 March 21 March 32 March 33 March 24 March 35 March 28 March 37 March 3S March 2» March 30 MarS 31 AprU 1 _ Aptfl 3 - Italnfan Temp. 24 S <a- Houn ton 6S 69 65 M 35 02 es 66 70 51 M 76 T7 73 82 83 73 78 — 63 32 47 J3 63 70 so 84 87 82 58 eo 39 _ 67 38 30 37 48 35 35 34 41 38 46 45 33 41 54 87 46 45 43 40 40 42 38 34 38 41 44 51 47 45 so 42 38 .05 .01 Tr. .12 8 84, 8.87 8.99 .01 .81 .61 .19 .45 .02 9.00 9.81 lO.U 10.61 11.06 March 17 when his car crashed on the Redlands Freeway at Tennessee street Brown allegedly made a full statement to detectives after talking with his parole officcrj yesterday afternoon. He guided Lt. Edward Olmos of the Red lands police department and DcL Charles Callahan of the Sheriffs Office on a tour of Dorthsidc homes he had entered. On the strength of Brown's statement the Sheriff's Office is satisfied that Williams conducts cd an attack on a county resident two days before be (Williams) was killed. Three other cases in Redlands have been attributed to Williams. The robbery-rape incidents began in September. The most recent and most violent one occurred last Saturday. They all followed nearly the same patp tern — the intruder forced his way into the house, threatened the victim with a Imife, robbed) them and in many cases sexual ly assaulted them. AU attacks were reported behveen 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. Their frequency had caused great anxiety among residents north of the freeway, particularly among women who lived alone. Brown reportedly told police it was a matter of chance that his victims were aione in each case. The arrest climaxed weeks of frustrating investigation and stake-outs by police officers. Since February, police have maintained exfra psfrols north of Colton avenue from 3 a.m. to 6 a.m. But still the attacks occurred. Lt Olmos said Brown's name entered the investigation through a routine check of possible suspects. A police photo of Brown was shown to one of the victim's on Wednesday and was identified as the assailant When officers later checked Brown's home, they discovered the two rifles takes la a Feb. 12 attack on North Church sfreet He was arrested when he returned home Wednesday evening. Lt Olmos stated that Brown failed six different lie-detector tests admhiistered yesterday. Brown is presently on parole from Riverside County for a robbery conviction. He served a sentence in San Bernardino County Jail in 1959 for grand theft auto. Changes m descriptions given by the dcUms led police to believe several weeks ago that, more than one person might be involved. Their supposition was substantiated by Brown's reported statement to detectives. 1- ' ' ' Search continues for frogmen SAN DIEGO (DPI) — A fuU search force of small craft helicopters and swimmers was set to search today for two Navy Frogmen who disappeared Taa- day night "The Frogmen vanished during ii-08|an underwater demolition exercise two miles offshore while trying to swim to a ship and set off flares simulating a mine atUck. They were identified as Clifford Walsh, 22, Imperial Beach, and LcRoy 0. Samuelson, 23, Billings, Mont ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "I skidded on slippery pavement and brushed the left side of my car against a post. I was amazed at the high cost of body repairs — $475! Collision Insurance is becoming a 'must.' Does it cost less than 2% of the value of the car?" For answers to your insurance questions consult leaver, Wilcoxson &' Davis, Inc. 204 E. State; St., Redlands. 793-2373 .1 For those interested in an unusual investment.. Hove you coniidered th« University of Redlands Life Income Contract? YOU MAY BE IN A POSI- HON TO MAKE A SIZEABLE GIFT WITHOUT SACRIFICE OF CURRENT INCOME AND WITH PROTEaiON FOR A SURVIVOR. Ask or write for special detaiptive booklet Mr. Gilbert Brown Mr. Jack Cummings Mr. James B. Fox, Jr. Mr. Jack Jensen Mr. Charles 0. Kerpoint UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS m -2121 JOHNNIE LEE BROWN Daily Facts pbotoi Bowen commends officers for cracking tough case Police Chief SUnley R. Bow en labeled tho arrest of rape- robbery suspect Johnnie Lee Brown as the toughest in the department's history, and ex pressed regret that the repeated attacks could not be stopped sooner. CUef Bowen praised poUce officers and patrolmen for their all-out effort, and revealed that many of them worked long hours without pay. A mounting weight of public an.xiety was lifted by the sus pect's arrest Chief Bowen's statement follows: •It is regrctUble that this case could not have been cleared sooner and thus averted the injuries and mental anguish suffered by the unfortunate victims. "Durmg the past few months since this suspect started his operations. I have felt keenly the lack of reassurance that I could give to the public that we of the police department were giving a 100 per cent effort to the apprehension of this suspect. "It was not possible to tell the public that we reassigned personnel from their usual shifts to cover the time when he was known to operate. Nor could we indicate that we were saturaUng the North area with officers who volunteered their own time and vehicles to pa trole this area all through the night "Even the top- supervisors and members of the staff worked double shifts for weeks on end. Actual hours of overfime ran into the hundreds, but no pay was asked for by any member of the department. "Now that the suspect is to custody we can relate the actual efforts we have given to the apprehension of this suspect, and to our knowledge no case in the history of the Redlands Pohce department has received so much contin uing and persevering all-out work on the part of all its members. "I wish to commend all per-J sonnel, and again state that I Redlands Schools go on vocation Today was it — ih* hit d»Y ef schoel before a wtek't Sprlnfl vacation in RedUnda public schools. For the first time in recent years, Redlands ichooit did not take off the week prior to Easter. Instead, they waited until the end of the third quarter so that shidice, particularly in the lecondery level, would net be disrupted. Elementary schools heve been conducting their parent conference* in lieu of report cards for the pest two weeks. But iunier and senior high school students will heve a week's vacation before they get the news (good or bed) with issuance of report cards the week after vacetion. Student* will return to cletsroems April 13 for the start of the final querter of the school year. Candidate's statement Jack B. Cummiiigs seeks to represent all wish the apprehension have come sooner." could Vital Records BIRTHS REAGAN — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry N. Rea gan, 12487 Fifth street, Yucaipa, March 28, 1964, at Loma Linda hospitaL HERNANDEZ — Bom. a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Hernandez, 1709 Clay street, Redlands, March 31, 1964, at Loma Linda hospitaL Marriage License* Issued TYLER-PARKEBSON - William A. Tyler, 23, Redlands; and Patricia L. Parkerson, 23, Yucaipa. KELLY-JUDD — Danny J. Kelly, 21, Redlands; and Judith A. Judd, 20, Mentone. LOPEZ-S.WCHEZ — Joe Lopez, 26, Mentone; and Dolores T. Sanchez, 24, Colton. FREEMAN-HETRICK - Cecil Goldwoter to speak in county May 15 Sen. Barry Goldwatcr will speak in Ontario Friday, May| 15, at a 9:30 a.m. raUy at the Ontario International Airport, William G. Moore, San Beraar dino County Goldwater - f o r- Presidcnt chairman, announced today. The Arizona Republican will speak and answer questions from the audience during his one-hour appearance in Ontario. Additional information about the speaking engagement will be announced nearer the date. Four hurt in traffic mishaps One accident on the U.S. Highway 99 freeway near Cal- imcsa led to a second mishap less than an hour later. Four persons suffered minor injuries. The California Highway Pa trol reported that the first crash occurred at 4 p.m. when a house trailer and a car palling it overturned. The accident occurred west of Calimesa boulevard. Driver of the car, James Henry Birchett, 66, of Dear- t>om, Mich., and his wife, Era, were hurt, but required no im mediate medical treatment The CHP said Birchett lost control of his car when the house trailer began swaying. At about 4:40 p.m., a truck- trailer rig driven by Maximiliano Salcedo, 42, of Nogales, Ariz., struck the rear of an automobile only 160 feet west of the bouse trailer mishap. Driver of the car, Clyde Eliza beth Bradshaw, 13576 California street, Yucaipa, had slowed her car because of the earlier ac cident She and a passenger, EsteUe Chetwood, also of 13S76 California street, were treated at Redlands Community hospital for mmor injuries. Jack B. Cummings, eandi D. Freeman, 22, San Bemar dhio; and Nancy L. Hetrick, 17, Redlands. (Political AdTUtiscment) Soys kck B. Cummings- (City Council Candidate) "Although WB went to keep Redlands an essen­ tia lly residential community, we must give serious thought to bringing in clean, light industry with a view to lightening our mutual tax burden, to create more jobs, to broaden and stabilize our' economic base." Jack 1. CUMMINGS Adminiiiraler X N.Y. stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks inched up enough to score two new highs today Dow Jones mdustrial and rail averages advanced just enough to put them at record highs. Steels were narrowly mixed. Lukens was held back around 1 by profit taking. Motors heW close to Thursday's clostog levels. Du Pont spurted ahead around 2 but Eastman Kodak was off around 1. Activity was more subdued in the airline shares. Pan American World Airways lost around 3 while Western and Delta slipped fractions. IBM held a point-sized gain earlier in the session but this was trimmed back near the close. Control Data lost around 1 while Minneapolis - Honeywell Texas Insthiments and RCA eased fractionally. Dew Jones Stock Averego* High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 828.49 818.43 822.99 up 2.12 20 rrs 196.50 194.291S5.46 up 0.95 15 uU 138.36 137.11137.71 up 0.31 65 stk 287.49 284.22 285.77 up 0.88 Sales today were about S.99 million shares compared with 6.84 million shares Thursday. is 3l»t Actlre SUek< (Dsw-Jonn Scrrlee. Csnrtety Ltstcr. Kr«tii A C*.> SOS C. Sl«t* Valama Clote CkBC. \t»,»*» Alilolidm 4:<4 —S^i Itiat 1. I. C «M 1»>» + 1i 7l.:o« Pan Am. Air. SI -I'i t».4»fl Chrriler 4»»i — 'i Berman Ida .f la t-,1M Xcnalcalt M'i -3 «S.4«« II.C.A. 3i«i — ' t4.*M Amar. Tab. Xl'i -i- >i t0.4ec Cont. Air. . - '4 49,70« Stndekaker «H -(- 'l «j,;e» Ei«c. « »!«». IB*. »H + *4 44.;o« Natl. Air. «S?i — H 41'O* Cirra 40U —IV, n.lN Tex. Gall iaiyh. : T -I- U Sa.lM J«d. Gen. + r. date for the aty Council m the April 14 municipal election, has] submitted the following .statement at the invitation of the Daily Facts. This is the second in a series of campaign statements by the candidates. Mr Cummings is director of Alumni and University Relations at the University of Redlands. His statement follows without quotation marks: It is an almost impossible task trying to represent all of the people in the commum'fy, yet this is the prime responsibility of a good conncilman. I want to be a true representa tive of the entire populace of Redlands, not any special group, not any particular part of town, not any single cause championed by a few. Though minority views must carry great weight, the will of the majority — by the very nature of our form of government — has to prevail. It is plain to everyone that this city is in an important stage of transition from a pre- dominanUy agricultural area to that of a unique residential community. This transition in troduces problems, it also offers new opportunities. The problems call for reflection, patience and flexibility. The opportunities can for action. Specific issues come and go, but no single problem can be permitted to subordinate the broader horizon of community affairs. During my ten years as an admmistrator at the University, and while in busmess before moving to Redlands, I have bad experience in tong range planning; budgeting and finance; personnel administration; performance evaluation; business organization, law and management; and public mfor- mation and public services. If elected. I will work for careful review of the controversial ordinances, such as zoning, leash law and sanitation. JACK B. CUMMINGS I want to see greater emphasis placed on getting additional] clean light industry info Redlands in order that our tax base might be broadened, so that our tax burden might be reduced. A thorough, study of our street and traffic situation must be made. The facts about major issues before the council should be fuDy aured before action is taken, for the council and all citizen voters are partners in the key task of keeping Redlands a city of which we shall con tinue to be proud. I ask your active support and pledge to you my willingnesrto spend all the time and effort necessary to conscientiously perform the duties and respon sibilities of the office of Councilman. My family and I consider it a distinct privilege to live m a city as fine as Redlands. We're proud of its people, of its cultural interests, of its basic beauty, and of its apparent concern for what is right. My principal wish, if elected, is to help keep this a city in wliich we may all take pride. Redlands Daily facts Fridif. Apr. 3, m-r5 Hemam Hal to be dedicated at UR April 21 Three generations of the Merriam family of Pasadena wiO be honored by the Univeraty of Redlands on Founder's Day, April 21. during the formal dedication of the new Merriam Hall dormitory. The new 98-man housing fa- dlifv located north of Uic UR staoium was just completed and occupied this spring. It cost 5430,000, exclusive of furnishings, but its construction was made possible by the generosity of the Merriam family, members of which have served the UR in various capacities since 1909. Ralph T. Merriam is currenUy a trustee. Dr. George H. i\rmacost, UR president, will preside at the dedication ceremom'es which will be held at 11 a.m. on the 21st, immediately following the regular Tuesday convocation in Uie ChapeL Merriam Hall is the first completely aur conditioned building on the UR campus. But Trustees have now ruled that all future buildings will be so cqu^ ped. Guggisberg joins Oossett in Ford agency ownership TREASURE HOUSE Your unused fiumlnire or appliances will find a ready market through Gassified Ad*. Wayne Gossctt of Wayne Cossett Ford announced today that Lee Guggisberg of Fullerton has acquired a partnership in the local automobile agency. Mr. Guggisberg, 45, has been active in the automobile sales business for 17 years. For the past 12 years be has been em ployed as general manager of, a Ford dealership in Fullerton. As part owner of Wayne Gossett Ford, Mr. Guggisberg will continue to serve in the capacity of general manager. "Our objective is to increase business," Sir. Guggisberg stat ed, "We are enlarging our used and new car inventory and have started an expansion program of our sales and service facilities." Mr. Guggisberg is a past commander of the American Legion in Fullerton and is a past president of the Fullerton Quarter back Chib. He came to California two months after graduation from junior college in his native state of Kansas. He served in the United States Army from 1942 to 1946.^ For two of those years he was with the combat engineers in Afri ca and Europe. He was released from active service wiUi the rank of captam. Mr. Guggisberg will move his family to Redlands at the end of the school year. He and his wife, Vesta, have three sons, Steve, Ted, and Brian. LEE GUGGISBERG Ellender warns of bloodshed Poulfry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. April 3 (Wl) — Em: prloM to reUUen /.<xb. to dij- tributar planti tdcUvmd 1^ ccnU hlflMri: AA extra Ur(a 42H-44K. A extra lirfe kVh-**^, AA Urf* 3SKOeH. A Urae sat^-i. B 2$H-9Ua. AA medium 29fi-33H. A medium ZIVi-»y,, AA muU 33',i- 2«H. A muU aiVi-33^S.' Price* to conjuxnert: AA Urn 4855, A Urge 4S-S1, AA medium 39-49. A medium 43-47, AA amaU 40-43. » •man 38-40. Poultry: Frren (at laneh) 17-20. Ucht type bana MVi wtd. avc 4J0. hen* eroaa SVi-O wtd. avg: 5.88; turfajra: yooBC ben* 18, <z7er roaitera Ample choic* prapcrty sdecrions WASHINGTON (UPI) southern opponent of the civil rights bill said today that pas sage of the measure would be "likely to cause more blood shed" than its defeat Sen. Allen J. Ellender, D-La., took issue with Sen. Wayne Morse, D-Ore., who said Uiat failure to enact the House- passed bill would mean "the flow of great quantities of human blood." Morse toU the Senate Thursday Uiat there would be "racial demonstrations which will shock not only this country but the entire worU" unless Uie bill is enacted. But Ellender told a reporter today that approval of the bin would be more likely to bring bloodshed than iU defeat 4nnouncefflent of Fuiierof S^ryxz^s HAROLD a VON DEB HELLEN Services pending. f.MtrniB CORTNfK ZUBilOOIBIOeiVL -fYZ -mi Harold von der HeRendies Funeral arrangements will be announced later by F. Arthur Cortner for Harold H. von der Hellen, 56, a resident of Red- landjt for four and one half years, who died here Wednesday. Mr. von der Hellen was the former owner of the Betz Packing Company, a fruit packing concern with main offices in Fullerton. Recently, he had been active in the real estate business. He was a native of Medford, Oregon. He leaves his wife, AMene, of Redlands; four children, Mrs. Ann Geary of Laurel, Md.; Roger, Vicki and Heidi von der Hellen of Redlands; two grandchildren; a brother, Roger 7on der Hellen of Central Point Ore.; and a sister, Mrs. Pat Riiey of Spokane, Wash. Mr. von der Hellen had been in ill health for several years and took his own life Wednesday. About People Timofhy C. Gamer, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Gamer Jr., of 27475 Hwy 99, Redlands, is serving aboard the dock landing ship USS Whetstone, operating out of San Diego. Whetstone is presently conducting training operations off the coast of California. She periodically serves a tour of duty with the Seventh Fleet in Uie Far East. John D. Jenkins, 21, son of Mr. and Mrs. George D. Jenkins of Route 1, Yucaipa, has begun basic training at the Naval Training Center. Great Lakes, 111. Citrus Market NEW YORK (UPI) - Cibuj report: California Navels: 5 cars, half boxes S4.62. >lnnouncefneflf of Services JACKSON. Mark W. 11:00 a.m. Today Cryptside: Hillside Mausoleum GIBSON, Mrs. Mary A. 1:00 p.m. Today Valley Chapel Loma Linda BOND, Mrs. Gesiia 2:30 p.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel O'KEEFE. George 10:00 a.m. Sahirday Yucaipa Chapel CAMDEN, WilHam W. 11:00 a.m. Saturday Redlands C%apel HOFFMAN, Dr. Esther 3:00 p.m. Saturday Redlands Chapel DAVIS, Sterling Services Fending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 7n MOOKSIDE AVt. 791-344'

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