Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 9, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, April 9, 1964
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4 - Thurs, April 9,19M Redlands Daily Facts MODEL U,N. DELEGATES — These eight University of Rediands students shown in the two pictures above hove been selected to attend the Model United Nations session ot Whitworth College, Spokane', Wash, from April 15-18. They will represent Austria in the proceedings. In top photo are (I to r) Pott Moore, Tom Brown, Gail McNuft, John Burmahin (chairman) and Dr. Lester Phillips, advisor. In bottom photo are (I to r) Craig Wallace, Ron Crist, Koren Keefon and Bill Fulton. UR student delegation at Model UN meeting An eight-student delegation from the University o£ Redlands will fly to Spokane, Wash., April 15, to participate in the 14th session of tlie Jlodel United Nations. Rediands students will be rep resenting .'Austria at the session and were selected on tlic basis of the work they have done at the UR on the Model UN and on resolutions they have formed to improve or solve problems in Austria. New court room opened in Loma Linda Formal dedication of new court facilities for the Mission Judicial District was conducted in Ix>ma Linda yesterday. A ribbon catting ceremony presided at by County Supervisor S. Wesley Break took place at 4 p.m. at the new courtroom at 24S85 Central avenue. The Mission Judicial Dis trict west of Rediands is one of the first court districts to be established in the county. Judge Vando Unger, prcsid Ing judge of the Mission district, and constable Frank Rob ertson were on hand for the ceremony and the open house. Other guests included various county officials and justice court judges and constables from nearby judicial districts. Snpervisor Break gave a brief history of the Mission Justice Court. Rediands Justice Court Judge Ben G. Alexander represented the San Bernardino County Jndges, Marshals and Constables Association. The new court, housed in the fonner Loma Linda University Market building, includes a mahogany paneled judge's bench, judge's chambers and offices for the clerks and the constable. John Burmahin will serve as chairman of the delegation. Other members are Craig Wal lace, Gail McNutt, Patt Moore, Tom Brown, Karen Keeton, Bill Fulton and Ron Crist Jim Hawkins and Galen Fox will be alternates. The UR sent its first delegation to a Model UN at San Diego State in 1962 to represent Morocco. In 1963, Rediands represented Sierra Leone at host San Jose State. The student trip will be part ly subsidized by the ASUR Council and the President's Fund. In addition, the Rediands Noon Kiwanis, Bedlands Rotary club and the UR government department donated money to ward the trip. Approximately 1,000 students from the 13 Western States, in eluding Alaska and Hawaii, are e.vpected to participate in the Spokane session this year. • u* CMM jttMTrr. 3-4331 Daily Through Sun. 2 P. M. Men. and Tues. from 7 P. M. In Color Frankie Avalan "MilSaE BEACH PARTY" AIM in Color CliH Richards "SUMMER HOLIDAY" Vacation Fun For All About People Albert. Van Manen, who entered St. Bemardine's hospital March 31, will return Monday to his home, Park Terrace Apartments, 1324 Stillman avenue. Polly Surr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Surr, 6 East Sunset drive, and a junior at Bcloit College in Beloit, Wise, is among students named to the Dean's List for the first semester of the current academic year. War M. Holliday, 1435 Henrietta, will discuss "Technical Writing" as guest speaker at the spring meeting of the California Junior College association at Santa Monica City college this Saturday, April 11. Mr. Holliday is manager of the Minuteman Boeing project office of TWR Space Technology Laboratories.' THE SHOE FIT NEWARK. N.J. (UP!) - Joseph Robmson, 35, admitted in court Wednesday be took too literally the old adage "if the shoe fits, put it on." He pleaded guilty to slipping on a new pair of shoes at a department store and walking out, leaving only his old pair in payment Girl's death under Investigation The death of a 4-year-old Rediands girl early Wednesday is under investigation by the County Coroner's office today. An autopsy has been ordered to determine the cause of death of Cindy Welch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Welch, 10768 New Jersey street Dep. Coroner Allen F. Paine reported that some type of in-| secticide might have caused the child's death. Tests were to People's Column SM<cn »t 111* Faeis uc terliid «• «f riklie biUnxt Ut u* in tht People's Colamn. Please be brief. 7be WTtttr 'M true saaae and addrew ina«t aecempanr each letter tbosth pen names arc permitted at tba editor's discretion. Beyond Call of Duty Editor Facts: Thanks to our Police Department our commonity can breathe more easily and rest at night more confidently due to the apprehenaon of the con fessed robber-rapist who was recently at large. Our citizens would do well to reflect on what a difficult, needle-in-a-haystack job it is to track down such a person as this. We owe an especial debt to gratitude to all members of the force who went far bej-ond the regular call of duty in working extra shifts, gratis, to catch this vicious criminaL Phil Lukei 131 Cajon street. This U a Compulsory Tax And Should be Voted on Editor Facts: We wish to commend you for the quality of expression in your editorial on the Rubbish Disposal Ordinance. However, as possibly uninformed voters, we woi^d like to sec several points clarified. 1. How long does it take the average household to accumulate one ton of rubbish? It seems that a 60c per month in crease in rates ($1.95 per month above Crescent avenue) would have absorbed the e.\tra costs for the city operation without the compulsory feahu-e. 2. You sUted that "the self- hauler still has to pay at the gate of the coimty dump." Is this really the point of the con troversy? The cost? — or the freedom to choose? 3. You stated that you "don't believe the city would be as neat and sanitary as it is imder the present system." We cannot remember seeing empty (or full) garbage cans in the gutters and on front lawns of Redlands homesites before the pres ent system was instituted. We acUvely supported the ini tiative movement for the sole reason that we believed any compulsory charge of this type, be it school bond, sewage bond, etc., should go dkect to the voters for their appraisaL We feel that a mandatory rubbish col- lecUon charge is just as much a tax as is a school tax. Mr. & Mrs. WilUam F. Wendt .409 Hastings Archers work on full program of events be made today. The youngster became ill early Wednesday and was admitted to the Kaiser Foonda- tion Hospital at 1:40 a.m. She died two hours later, the Coroner's Office reported. Churches join in move to aid research facility Rediands Seventh-day Adven list church will join other churches throughout North Am-! erica tomorrow in an offering earmarked for the teaching hospital and research facility proposed for the Loma Linda University campus. On June 7, ground wiH be broken for a multi-nullion dollar medical center at LLU, Adventist operated education center. Addition of the new eight- story structure will enable the university to offer greater educational opportunities to more men and women interested in Christian medical service. Graduates of LLU school of medi cine and its related schools are the backbone of Seventh - day Adventists' mission programs around the world. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGEI.ES. April a (CPD — E((s: prices to retailers f.o.b. to dls- trtljuior plants (delivered m cents hicher): AA extra large A extra large ««-44'4. AA large 3SH-39H, A large 33H-34H, B large 29i>-3tU, AA medium 29H -a2H. A medium XlSf^Si. AA smaU ZSH, A small 21<i-22!i. Prices to consumers: AA large 35- S4, A large 39-50, AA medium 39-58, A medium 39-«9, AA smaU 7;-U, A tmall 37-39. Poultry: Tryers (at ranchi 17-19. roasters (at ranch) 21-25, light type hens 4-S wtd. avg. 4.31. hens cross ms Trtd. avg. 5.65; turkeys: iry- er roasters SI. Students named to receive bank awards Virgim'a M. Budd of Rediands high school and Nancy C. Haas of Yucaipa high school won first place awards in their study fields in the semi-finals of the Banfc-of America Achievement Awards program, it was disclosed today. This entitles them to compete in the finals at the Disneyland hotel on May 1 where they will received cash awards of at least $150 each or perhaps as much as $1,000. Virginia won first in the gen eral field of vocational arts while Nancy took top honors in the fine arts division. In addition to these girls, Larry Ray Cross won second in the liberal arts division and John J. (Srowley was third in the science and mathematics division. The second place winners received awards of S50 while the third place winners received $25. Leigh Owens dies at 73 Leigh W. Owens, 336 Sonora street, native of Cleveland, Ohio, and resident of Rediands for 22 years, died here yesterday at the age of 73. Mr. Owens leaves his wife, Mrs. Helen G. Owens; one son, Walter D. Owens of Rediands; two daughters, Mrs. William (Virginia) Eppler of Roseburg, Ore., and Mrs. George (Elba) Padgett of Grants Pass, Ore.; seven grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Funeral services are scheduled for 11 o'clock Saturday morning from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel with Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church, officiating. Interment will be in Montecito Memorial Park. Grayback Mountain Archers President, Jlenny Bou^t has listed 3 fiill calendar of' scheduled activities. Completini of the second 14 targets of the local Field Archery range signals the start of a full schedule of; events. Heading the activities will be a display of Archery Equipment which will appear at this weekends Boy Scout Skill-O-R a m a. Club members Ed Myres and Dick Stewart will be on hand to explain the various archery equipment and displays at t h e Grayback Mountain booth. An interesting part of the engagement will be artifacts loaned by the National FieM Archery Association. Ancient bows and arrows mH be presented along with a display on Oriental Archery equipment and customs of Eastern civilization. The regular Monday meeting on April 13 will feature a filmed program. The movie, "Hunting vriUi Fred Bear", will be pre sented in room 21 of the Yucaipa High SchooL The meeting is scheduled to commence at 7:30 p.m. Produced by the Graying Film Service for Fred Bear, the public is invited to view this bowhunting classic. Future activities for the local bowmen include a club shoot to be held at the County Line Range on April 19. The public is again invited to attend this event An archery instruction course is in the planning stages and will shortly be in full swing. The instruction course will be headed by Wes and JoAnn Hun nicutt for newcomers to the sport. The course is tentatively being planned as a "basic" in struction course and will be followed by advance instruction after students have been f u 1 ly indoctrinated on the technique of archery. Dates for this in sti^cUonal session have not been determined and will be announced at a later date. Pressurized Torpedoes Submarines now fire torpedoes using hydraulic pressure rather than the previous c o m- pressed air method. The latter' method released air bubbles which could betray the sub's presence, according to the En cyclopaedia Britannica. FRANK STITT Community plans concert at Yucaipa The Sixth Annual Yucaipa Community Concert vidll be presented at the Yucaipa High School gym next Tuesday, April 14 at 8 p.m., Don Kelly, Coordinator, reported today. The featured guest artist this year is Frank Stitt, senior concert artist for the Baldwin Organ company. Stitt is known throughout the United States for his fine performance on radio, T.V., recorduigs on the Columbia label and in-person concerts such as this appear-; ance. He will emphasize light and popular selections. Stitt is particularly well kno«-n for his pedal work on the organ. Also featured the same evening will be the popular Yucaipa High School Concert Choir and the Girls* Choir. These choirs made an outstanding stereo Christmas recordhig tijjs year and the Concert Choir was recenUy invited to appear in concert at Disneyland tmder the direction of Don KeUy. Both choirs will present a full program of secular music. Several selections will include special instrumental accom- paniements, in addition to the regular organ accompaniments provided by Don Williams, Beaumont organist This is the second year Williams has accompanied the school choirs in Former Redlander named 1964 SMe Mother BEVERLY HILLS (UPI)—Ihe Califinoia Mothers Committee today announced selection of Mrs. Roy C. McCall of Palm Desert as the 1964 State Moth-i er. Hrs. McCaU is the dan^iter (rf Blr. and Mrs. Melvin L. Hooper. 25 Parkwood drive, and sister of Fred M. Hooper, 327 Michigan. Mrs. McCall has not lived in Rediands for many years but grew up here, attended local] schools and still makes periodic visits to see her parents, fam ily and frienda. Runnerup in the annual event was Mrs. Mildred Bemice Janson of Rosemead. \ Honored for their outstanding merit were the Mrs. Lape Sanchez Negrete, Los Angeles; Winfred Kennedy Ktostennan. Lynwood; Christeale W. Owens, Los Angeles; Charlotte Lewis Nelson, Aptos; Virginia Stahl. Paso Robles; Ruth M. Donahue, Danville; Mary Evelyn Naylor, San Diego, and Pearl Louis Waldo, Encino. The 1964 SUte Motiier will concert and on recordings. Tickets for . the concert are available from choir members, Hoffs Music House, Conley's Pharmacy, Harris' Barber Shops at Food Fair and Calimesa Plaza and at the door for one dollar donation. Proceeds •will be used to purchase stereo sound equipment for the Choral room of the school music building. MRS. ROY MeCALL compete against mothers from all over the country next month in New York for Uie tiUe American Mother of the Year. Mrs. McCall, a mother of two sons, Daniel, 24, and David, IS, is the wife of Dr. Roy C. McCall, president of the College of the Desert. She graduated from Uie University of Rediands, has a masters degree and formerly taught at the College of Uie Pacific in Stockton. She was chosen for her contribution to the educational, social, religious and cultural life of the state. (PoUtical Advertisement) Vote April 14 CHARLES rChuck) DeMIRJYN for COUNCILMAN I WANT TO REPRESENT YOU ON THE REDLANDS CITY COUNCIL AND 1 NEED YOUR SUPPORT. (FoUtical Advertisement) THIS IS NO TREASURE t3al£« S* RAMONA BOWL iPolilleal Advertisement! ELECT WILLIAM T. HARTZELL CITY COUNCILMAN iiKiioH jmm, Ami im — FOR — • ECONOMY IN GOVERNMENT • INFORMED PUBLIC • REVITALIZATION OF DOWNTOWN REDLANDS • PRESERVATION OF REDLANDS CULTURE AND BEAUTY • BROADENED TAX BASE • DESIRABLE INDUSTRY WiaiAM T. HARTZEU INCUMBENT So Why Bury It? VOTE "NO" April 14th This Ad paid for. by the Citizens Comraiffee for. Health, Sanitation and Beauty

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