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6 - Monday, Apr. 13, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Gifford wins big roast at Devel-A-con Don Gifford of 1717 Cirde lane took borne a cooked, 30- pound roast yesterday, a gift from Devel-A-Om, Inc. The roast was part of a dem- oiutration conducted in connection with the grand opening of Sunset Hills on P am els CrcsL The winner, Mr. Gifford, is a Yucaipa school teacher and coach. NAMES ASSISTANT WASHINGTON (UPIWames D. O'Connen of Los Altos, Calif.,, a former executive of American Telephone & Telegraph Co., was appointed by Fresidait Johnson Wednesday] About People Ltif Vogl-NiIsM, M.D., of tht BeaFcr MediCaJ clinic, will be inducted as a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians, and Gynecologists at the 12th amual clim'cal meetingj May 17-22 at Bal Harbour, Fla. Staff Sargtant Bnme A. Clunich, is being reassigned to Bun ker Hill AFB, tod., following his graduation from the technical training course for air traffic controllers here at Eeesler AFB, Miss. Sergeant Ounich was trained in the proper control of airport traffic and a i r approach and air route traffic His wife, Maria, is the daughter of Major and Mrs. Frank F. Rogers of Redlands. Volunteens new Redlands Y team breaks Red Cross program as a special assistant in charge of telecommunications. (PoUUsil AdverUieinent) Sajs JtKk B. Cummings- (City Council Candidate) "During th* past two weeks I've tried to present my qualifications along with my thougMt on a reatonablc ap- ^ proach to the problem* of erty government. If you'ro convinced I could represent you honestly, intelligently and diligently on the City Council, I shall welcome the confidence of your vote tomorrow." Jack B. CUMMINGS AdnilnUtrolor X nierell be a new word in the conunnnity vocabulary, starting this'sununer. It's "Vohm teen." Now, logically, a "Vohmleen", is a volunteer. And a teenager. A Vohmteen is a 9th, 10th, or 11 th grade student who would like to work in the new Red Cross service program for youth. It'll get started with training sessions nest month but not become fully active until school is out. Those who qualify will be assigned to provide personal service to residents and patients of nursing and convalescent homes in the Redlands area. Mrs. Paricer Huntington, staff director for the program, said it hot only has the objective of providing service to the nursing homes but will "develop the service ideal among the youth of our community... those who qualify must meet Red Cross standards and must have the desire and ability to give of themselves without thought of reward. . ." Oliver Jacques has been named chairman of the Red Cross youth committee and will be assisted by Mrs. Huntington and committee members Mrs. Fred Auerhacher, Mrs. William •T.'Freeman and Mrs. Mark A. I Hardin. The committee is developing a training program, requirements and assignments which are similar to those for Gray Lady training but directed to the teenage leveL Fire damages home on Lawton street A fire that started on the front porch resulted m exten sive damage to a home at 519 Lawton street Sunday morning, the Redlands Fire department reported. Firemen arrived in time to salvage contents of the house, but structural damage was cs Umated at about $4,500. The occupants, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Silva, were not at home when the fire broke out shortly before 8 a.m. Authorities said the blaze began on the front porch, but the cause is still un determined. Flames spread from the porch into the attic and to the roof. Firemen checked the flames be fore they reached the interior of the six-room home, owned by RusseU Dill. 17 South ffilton. IPolitirail AdvertlKinrat) TOMORROW VOTE HARTZELL for Cify Council Yorty delegatfon short 171 names, suit filed LOS ANGELES (UPI) - A hearing on one smt and the fil ing of another to put Mayor Sam Yorty's Presidential delegation on the primary ballot were scheduled today. Attorney Phill Silver said the new suit would cite the state Supreme Court decision that former Presidential press secretary Pierre Salinger's name would go on the Democratic bal- loL Silver said it also would con tend that signatures of legally registered voters might have been rejected. Yorty's delegation, a rival group to that of Gov. Edmund G. Brown's slate, was 171 names short of the required 15,186 on nominatmg petitions. The new suit was supplement al to a petition set for hearing today with the same goal Silver said in citing the Sal- tager case that the high court ruled Salinger had substantially compUed with the law in his qualifications as a Democratic candidate for U.S. Senator. "It will be our position that [having a deficit of only 171 signatures is certainly a substantial compliance," he said. EASY LEARNER FALMOUTH, Mass. (UPD- When Arturo Mosquera came here from Venezuela last fall, he couldn't speak a word of English. Now a senior at Lawrence High School, he has an extraordinary command of the Ian guage and is rated high scho- lasticaBy. fPaUtical Advertisement) GO TO THE POLLS TOMORROW VOTE NO ON THE GARBAGE & RUBBISH COLLECTION MEASURE For fhe Following Reasons: THE MEASURE POSSESSES DEFECTS THAT WOULD BE DETRIMENTAL TO THE HEALTH AND SANITATION STANDARDS OF THE CITY; CHANGES OR MODIFICATIONS TO THE CODE MAY BE MADE ONLY BY REFERENDUM TO THE VOTERS AT A GENERAL ELECTION; THE FIRE HAZARDS THAT WOULD BE PRESENT BY LACK OF UNIFORM STANDARDS OF COLLECTION COULD CREATE A VARIETY OF SERIOUS PROBLEMS IN BOTH RESIDENTIAL AND COMMERCIAL AREAS; AND. THE WORDING OF THE INITIATIVE MEASURE CONTAINS AMBIGUOUS PHRASES SUBJECT TO WIDE INTERPRETATION. REDLANDS CHAMBER OF COMMERCE records to win final swim meet Packing more power than a Saturn Rocket, the potent Bed lands "Y" Boys Swim team cracked seven existing team records to throttle the San Bernardino Downtown "Y" 129 to 20 in the season's final dual meet. The enthusiastic group of Red lands parents and supporters, who accompanied their undefeated Boys "Y" team to San Bernardino, received an eye-full as the young swimmers explod ed time after time, perfonning| with amazing speed and team versatility. Individual division and event results were: MIDGETS (10 and under) Redlands 60, San Bernardino 8 80 yard Medley Belay: 1st, (time 51:75) Mike Newman, David Hughes, Billy Shawver and Richard Hughes. 20 yard Freestyle: 1st (time 11:8) Richard Hughes, 2nd Da vid Hughes. 20 yard Breastroke: 1st (time 15.5) David Hughes. 2nd Bobby I Howard. 20 yard Backstroke: 1st (fime 12.8) Mike Newman,'2nd John Atkinson. 20 yard Butterfly: 1st (time 13.3) Chuck John, 2nd Peter David. 40 yard Freestyle: 1st (fime 13.0) Billy Shawver, 2nd (13.6) Mike Newman. Both times surpassed the current y record of 24.5. 80 yard Individual Medley: 1st (time 0.58) a new Y record, Bniy Shawver, 2nd CSiuck John. 80 yard Freestyle Relay: 1st (time 50.1) Don Lappinga, Richard Eries, Richard Hughes, Bobby Howard. Swimming in the qualifying events were: Rick Runkel, George and Paul Barich, Kevin and Brian Connor, Steve Laudry, Jeff Arendt, Bob Atkinson, and Tim Hass. PREPS (11 and 12) Redlands won by forfeit. Larry Boxer, Mark Miles, Bruce Kocsis and Bill Brimberry swam for the record in their last duel meet as Preps. They established new "Y" records in the Medley and Freestyle relays and in two individual events. Swimming in the' quslifying events was John Jones. JUNIORS (13 and 14) Rtdlandi <7, San Berhardmo 12 160 yard Freestyle Relay: 1st (time) Bruce Serrao, B i c k Epperson, Rick Canning, Bob Laurence. 40 yard Freestyle: 1st (time 21:4) Rick Canning, 2nd Phil Snowden). 100 yard Breastroke: 1st (time 1:23.8) Rick Epperson, 2nd Phil snowden. 200 yard Freestyle: 1st (time 2:55), BiU Armstrong, 2nd Rick Epperson. 100 Backstroke: 1st (time 1: 18.2) Scott Griffith, 2nd Bruce Serao. 100 yard Butterfly: 1st (time 1:28.9) Bill Hess, 2nd Bob Lawrence. 100 yard Freestyle: 1st (time 1:15.6) Scott Griffith, 2nd Bill Armstrong. 160 yard Individual Medley: 1st (time 1:57.5, New Y record) Rick Canning, 2nd Bob Lawrence. 160 yard Medley Relay: lst| Bill Hess, Phil Snowden, Brace Serrao, Bill Armstrong. INTERMEDIATES (15 and If) Redlands won the Menne- diate civision by forfeit Overall score was Redlands 129 and San Bernardino 20. Officiating for Redlands were Mrs. Mary Atkinson, Henry Koc sis, Ralph Davis, Col. Elmer Epperson, Major Uoyd AnU' strong and Norman Howard. Redlands YMCA Physical Director is Wes Ogle and the Boys Swim Team Coach is Col onel Brimberry.. People's Column ttnim at tbe FaeU arc iBTita< to send their IhoaKkta qantivns or peblie lalcreit f*r •<« In thn PeapU'i Cchma. Plcm ka kri*r. Ttc WTMCT*! IT«« •«•« midmt milt scc*ai»ur nek l«Her thcigk pea Baan ara permitted al th* cditer's Aiscretiaa. To Permit—Not Ferca— Raligjewa Extrcises Editor Facts: From the editorial in Saturday night's Facts it seems obvious you are not familiar with the Becker Amendment (now botUed up in the Rouse Judiciary Committee by Rep. Emanal CeUer). The Becker Amendment is the only one of the I4S bills which have been introduced which has a likelihood of passage. This bin is so designed as to PERMIT religious exercises not to 'TOftCB. . . states to adopt practices they have heretofore not deemed necessary or even desirable" It is definitely stated in this bill that no student who objects to partidpathig win be required to do so nor win any reprisals be taken against] such a student This bill would in no way change C^fomia's existing practices or laws but it would permit Pennsylvanians to continue in their traditions. When the First Amendment was written the idea behind it was that no state church should ha formed; yet every school at that time had religious exercises and the framers of the Constitution cvidenUy found nothing amiss in this. Now a minority of the people want to bend the majority to their win by twisting the intent of the Constitution. This would be corrected with the passage of this bin. Mrs. Gerald Hamill 1327 Jasper avenue Mentone Ramono opens 37th seoson Soturdoy The outdoor play, "Ramona", will inaugurate its 37tfa season on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, April 18 and 19; and 26; and May 2 and 3 in Uie Ramona Bowl, bcated in the hills above Hemet The romance of old California, penned by the late Helen Hunt Jackson, wiU bring back to the amphitheater stage the legendary Indian hero, Alessandro, and his bebved Ramona. in the trat^c Jove story of Spanish CaDfomia • the (California of the hacienda daj-s. Ralph Freud, of the Theater Arts Department at V.CLJi. wiU stage the play, for his thirteenth year. The more than 350 roles in the pagent-like play, are taken by townspeople of of fhe twin cities of Hemet and San Jacinto, sponsors of the Community project Swimmers to graduate at YMCAtomgbt The Redlands YMCA - Daily Facts Learn to Swim Campaign for boys and sx\s in the 3rd to the 6th grades conducted April 6th through lOUi win officiaUy come to an end this evening with graduation exercises at 7:15 p.m. Boys and girls win demonstrate their newly learned skills to their parents and friends. An added attraction wiU be a swimming race between the girls medley relay swimming team and the boys team. FoUowing the demoostraUon in the pool, boys and girls wiU retunz to the lobby where swimming certificates wiU be presented. The Learn to Swim campaign was under the direction of Wes Ogle, Physical Director, and assisted by Robert SUverman, YMCA swimming instructor. Audubon Soc. meets in S.B. Wednesday "Hidden Beauty of the Earth" is the title of the program of the regular monthly meeting of the San Bernardino VaUey audu- bon Society to be held Wednesday, at 7:30 p.m. in the Com munity Room of the San Bernardino PubUc Library, Arrow-] head avenue and Fourth street J(dinnie Short of Rialto who has been past president of the California Federation of Mineralogical Societies wiU talk about and exhibit rocks, gems and minerals with colored slides to iUustrate the hidden beauty of Uie earth. The pubUc is invited to attend an Audubon activities. Mrs. Thelma Ditwfler of Redlands may be contacted for further] information about Audubon activities. Yorty tells of compromise health plan LOS ANGELES (UPD-Mayor) Sam Yorty says a compromise proposal aimed at solving the city-county dispute over merger of their health departments is on its way to County Supervisors. .XSie plaa calls for the county to lease five city health centers from the city until the county health d^oartment decides to purchase them or replace them. Insecticide ruled out in child's death Insecticide spray has been ruled out in the death of a 4- year-old Redlands girl last week the Conmer's Office announced today. An acute bronchial infection was attributed as the cause of Uie deaUj of Cindy Welch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Welch. 10768 Nevf Jersey street last Wednesday. It was at first suspected that an insecticide spray may have caused the severe inflammation. But an autopsy turned up no trace of any type of insecticide. Dep. Coroner AUen F. Paine stated. National Library week being observed "Reading is the Key"'— to opportunity, to understanding, to new worlds; This is the theme announced for National Library Week, which is beiiig observed this week, April 12 to April 18, at A. K. Smiley Public Library. The event is sponsored an- nuaUy by the National/Book Committe in cooperation with the American Library Association. Purpose of the week, which is supported by national leaders in many fields of endeavor, is to encourage lifetime reading habits in the individual, to increase the use of libraries, and to expand and improve the total reading and library resources of the nation. Presidents Hoover, Truman, Eisenhower, and Kennedy have led scores of high officials in reminding Americans that the freedom to read and free access to adequate reading materials are a privilege and respon- sibiUty in a free and democratic society. The A. K. Smiley Library is featuring displays in keeping with the National Library Week theme, with the display of locks and keys of Scott Klemm, and an exhibit of the Notable Books of 1963, a selection prepared by be Notable Books Council of the American Library Association. Most of these books are in the circulating coUection of the library. Now You Know By Unittd Press International The first complete map of the moon as seen from earth was done in the 17th century by HeveUus in bis Selenographia, a foUo volume of elaborate drawings and maps, according to the Encydopedia Britannica. (PolWcalAdvcrtiiainent) THE ALMANAC Today is Monday, April, 13, Uie 104th day of 1964 witii 262 to fbUow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The morning star is Saturn. The evening stars are Venus and Mercury. Thomas Jefferson, the third U.S. President was bom on Uiis date in 1743. , On this day in history: In 1846, the Pennsylvania Railroad was chartered. In 1865, Union Gen. WDUam Tecnmseh Sherman took Raleigh, N.C., and ended his "march to the sea." In 1934, Harry Hopkins, chief of Uie Civil Works Administration, announced tiiat 4,700,000 families were on relieL In 1941, Russia and Japan signed a five-year neutrality pact A thought for (he day: American war correspond£3it Ernie! Pyle said: "If you go long enough without a bath even the fleas let you alone." TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances wiU find a ready market through Classified Ads. Elect Charles Xhuck" DeMirjyn CITY COUNCILMAN Tomorrow For •• Integrity, Sincerety and EntJiusiasm I premise to use my undcrstoiidiiKi in tfie basic fundomentds of our Consfltvrioii in serving o» tiie gross-roets levd on the Redlands Cify Cewneil. United States Government is my profession. I teach it every day to the fine young people of tliis community. From this obvious fact, you can be ossured fber* wil be NO CONFLICT OF INTEREST in any problem that may arise in the Redkmds City Council. I am not supported by any group and do not owe dlegienee to any individnai or group. I do not promise to bring industry to Redlands (this has been promised for the post 20>yean). However, I do promise to lend my assistance in every manner possible to encourage desireoUe in* dustry to loeate within our oreo. You would not permit someone who docs net know how to operate cm automobile to take the wheel and drive you to Los Angeles! Of course not for there ore to many unforeseen obstacles which might arise which an ineapaUe Individuai could not cope with. Thus I fed certah you would not elect on individud to the position of City Councilman who bos not the capability to cope with the multitude of unforeseen obstacles which could arise. My experience, in basic government cannot be guesrioned — I am dealing with it daly in my occupation. I am darmed by the way the beauty of Redlands is being permanently scarred. We are tdihg on the appearance of o suburb «f Los Angeles. We desperately need long range planning NOW— not fust lip service. CHARLES G. DeMIRJYN AMKICAN GOVaNMENT TEACHEt X

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