Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 13, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands, California
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Monday, April 13, 1964
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GAfiMVAL By Dick Turner Stassen fails to in qualify "Remwjber that «ale» lint you taught us, BIT? ... The one that went, 'It doesn't Kurt anyone to listen to what I have to say* . . ." Reynolds says asked to refrain from talking WASHINGTON (UPI)-A \vjt- ness in the Bobby Baker ioves ligation says an aide of Prea- dent Johnson advised him last fall to "refrain" from telling what he knew about alleged scandals in Washington. Don B. Reynolds, a Silver Spring, Md., insurance man who testified at Senate hearing on the Baker case, identified the Johnson aide Sunday as George E. Beedy, now White House press secretary. Reynolds said in a radio in terview that Reedy told him to keep quiet about an insurance policy on Johnson, then vice president He appeared on From the People—Radio Press Interna tional. He said Reedy had talked to Johnson about the matter. He quoted the presidential aide as saying "It would be better for me to refrain from making any statements at all . . . that he would release all information pertaining to the insurance." SELL IT TOMORROW With low . cost Classified Ads Asked about Reynolds' statement, Beedy said: "I would have DO comment on wiiat Reynolds would say about aay- thing." Reynolds indicated Beedj contacted bim before he appeared before the Senate Kales Committee to testify about his relationship with Baker, former Senate Democratic secretary. It was Reynolds "who, at the suggestion of Baker, gave Johnson an expensive stereo con sole. The President has said that he' accepted the stereo from Baker—not Reynolds. In Sunday's interview, Reynolds said Reedy did not discuss the stereo or television advertising payment. Reynolds said be considered the stereo transaction "a shakedown from beginning to end." Reynolds said he learned recently that others "in having rendered services to Mr. John son or to the LBJ Co., were faced tvith the same situation of sbakedoHus as far as getting payment in taking out TV advertising." SACRAMENTO (UFl) — Only,' last week, Harold E. Stassen thought his name would be on Califbrnia's June 2 primary bal- bt as a Republican Presidential candidate. Today it's reasonably certain the name won't be on t h e bal lot. \Vhat happened? We're still trying to find out," said one oX bis campaign leaders. From California's «,3S9,- 641 registered voters — 2,537,715 of them Republicans—the for mer Minnesota Governor failed to come up with the 13,702 signatures needed to qualify for the ballot. California law requires two major steps for a potential Presidential candidate to enter the preference primary. The Grst one is that he file a list of delegates—S6 in the case of Republicans — who will support his candidacy at the GOP national convention. Stassen did that all right. It's the next step that threw him. This calls for getting signatures on a petition to show that the candidate has some support and is not getting on the ballot just lor kicks. A qwkesman for the Stassen organization said this step was started about 10 days before the April 3 deadline when petitions were circulated in 40 of Call fonda's 58 counties, y "We bad some advice from a profes^al petition firm but we hoped to do it with vol unteers," said the spokesman. "We got about 25,000 signatures. Under the state's law, the signatures then are checked by county clerks to make certain the signers are re^tered to vote. Thais where Stassen got chopped to piece*. In Los Angeles County, Crave a better car? Use an HFC Big Purchase Loan For any important purchase, you're better off buxing with cash. You may shop anywhere for the best bargains, take advantage of cash sas -ingt. Apply for that cash from HFC—repay conveniently, HFC ser\TS the money needs of more than 2 million people a >xar. \Ve'd like to serve you. ASK ABOtn' caiEDrr UFE D,-SURANCB OS La \NS AT GROUP RATES Amovnl • $100 2oe 50» 1000 1500 2000 2500 MONT 24 HIY PA IS mENT 1 12 •LANS i Amovnl • $100 2oe 50» 1000 1500 2000 2500 S .S.S9 11.18 27.31 51.83 75.33 98.61 121.80 S 6.96 13.93 34.22 65.72 96.19 126.44 S 9.74 19.49 4ai5 93.59 138.02 182.21 S18.15 3630 90.15 177.44 263.71 /lOOVe paymcTUi irutuuc coca prtnttf/u* and charges, bastd on prompt ttpayment HOUSEHOI 212 N. Orange St., belWMn State and Central PHONE: pyramid 3-2295 HOUCS: Hondoy threHinrsday, 1<«i5-ftifcr. Uli< the state the total to meet the< legal requirement was 9,187 — less than half of the 25,000. In some cases, the Stassen people now are crying "foul' and claiming they didn't get an even break. They say that some petition signers were eliminated because they didn't show on registration books that were out of date. "The courts are our next obvious step," said the campaign spokesman. In'court, if he goes there next week, Stassen xvill try to say that the signatures weren't checked thoroughly enough to assure their legality. "The first hint we got about our failing ta qualify came from a reporter," said the stassen spokesman. ''He'd done some iadepeaient checking and reached a conclusioD that we wouldn't make it Then, the Stassen workers began to check around and discovered the newsman was ab solutely correct — they weren't going to make it trith the total number of signatures they had filed. Their only hope was ac-i tion by the courts. If tbey fifl in their court tc tion, California's Republican primary will boil down to a defi mte two-way race between New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller and Arirona Ben. Barry Gold-; water. Both have quaHfied for the ballot, Goldwater used volim teers to pass his petitioiu and gained £nt place oo the baDot. Bocfcefdler used a professionid petilioD orgaoixation aad beat! the deadline. Eis same wiU be second. Teachers seek to increase stote budget ASILOMAE (XJPW-The Call foniia Teachers Association voted Saturday to attempt to place on the November baBot an mi tiative adding $140 million to the 1965-66 state school budget The stale Council of Education, policy-making body of the 135,000 member CTA, also voted to initiate le^lation, if the ini tiative is approved, to put a ceiling on the pupil - teacher ratio. Checker, bride delay their honeymoon PENNSAUKEN, N.J., (UPI)-I Chubby Checker, the Negro singer who put the twist to rock-'n-roU to gain fame and fortune, and his white bride put off honeymoon plans today to tour the nightclub circuit for two to three months. Checker and the former Catherina Lodders of the Netherlands, winner of the Miss World contest last year, were married Sunday in a simple, double-ring ceremony at Temple Lutheran Church. The Rev. George L. Garver, pastor, officiated but made no reference to the inter-racial nature of Iheii: marriage. About 200 guests, whose invi tations were examined carefully before admittance to the church because of a telQ>boned threat, witnessed the wedding. They in eluded the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kes Lodders of Haarlem, the Netherlands, Twenty policemen were outside the church to maintain order in a crowd of about 1,000 who screamed and cheered in delight as the couple emerged from the church and drove off hi the smger's maroon Rolls Royce. The bride, beautiful without makeup wore a white sUk brO' for Example, only 1,300 were, , ^ . cleared of 4,900 filed. AroundFade,Pnncess style gown ivUb a sUgbUy flared skhrt and a 24- foot train. She and Checker are 22 years oM. Seals dosing in again on Pahick Trophy By Umted Press littarnatMMl The San Francisco Seals, always at their best m pressure play, are closing m agam on the Lester Patrick Trophy — symbolic of supremacy in the Western Hockey League. The defendmg champions took a big step Sunday night ini defense of the trophy by beatiag: the Los Angeles Blades 4-2 and moved one game hi front of the southland challengers at 2-1. The Seals will have the benefit of the home ice agafai Tuesday night at the Cow Palace m the fourth of the best-of-seven series. Sunday night's contest was aD knotted-up until 19:01 of the third period when defenseman Mo Mantha netted a 25-foot shot for the Seals to give them a 3-2 lead. Mantha was assisted by Wayne Connolly and player- coach Nick Mickoski. The clincher came only eight seconds later on a goal by team captain Ed Panagabko who took a short pass from Tom Thurlby. The Blades drew first blood oo a goal by Gordon Haworth 7:55 into the game. The Seals came back to' tie it on a long, low blast by Mantha late in the sec-, ond period. A Panagabko goal at 9:19 in the third period put the Seals out in front but the Blades tied it once again at 17:09 on a shot by Stan Maxwell. San Francisco goalie Boh Perreault made 24 saves while his counterpart Jan McLeod halted 19 pucks. A crowd of 8,896 viewed the idayoff game. Surfees takes Siracusa race SIRACUSA, Sicily (UPD — John Surtees of Britain, driving a formula one Ferrari, won the Grand Prix of Shacusa Sunday with an average speed of 165.282 kilom£ters an hour and a clocking of one hour, 19 minutes and 51.8 seconds for the 220-kiIo- metcr course. Additional Sports Dodgers are ready Alston shrugs off two qame loss to Angels LOS ANGELES (UPD-Man- ager Walter Alston shrugged off, the inability today of liis world champwn Los Aogeles Dodgers to score a win against their hometown Angel rivals of the American League and said his chib was ready to swmg into action Tuesday. The Angels left town on a happy note after blanking ihe\ Dodgers 5-0 Sunday before opening the season today in the presidential command perform' ance at Washington, D.C., against the Senators. "Aside from the fact that we Bruins name Hazzard most valuable LOS ANGELES (UPD - The JBational champion UCL.\ basket ball team nTOte finish to its perfect season today nith the announcement that the Bruins had named Walt Hazzard then: most valuable player and elect ed team captains for both the past and coming seasons. The 30-game winners celebrate brated the greatest season in UCLA basketball history over the weekend with their 45th annual basketball awards dinner which was highlighted by the presentation to the team of the [UMted Press International tro-, phy for being the national champions. , Hazzard, UCLA's All-America guard, received the additional jhonor of being elected honorary co-captain with forward Jack ffirsch of the 1983-64 team. And for the first time since 1951, the Bruins named a pan- of captains for next year in advance of the season. They are guard Gail Goodrich and forward Keigh Erickson. didn't wm as many spring games as I might have liked." .Mston said, "we had a good trainmg season. The players were in good condition, ivorked hard and we're about as far along now as we were at this time last year." Tuesday night's rivals, the Dodgers and the nisnerup St Louii Carduials, both scheduled workouts during the day in Dodger Stadnun before resdm- iag the competition between the clubs that highlighted the final month of play last season. Spring Racerd As a result of dropping the twi>-game city series, to the^ Angels, the Dodgers had a 9-14 record against major league opposition during the spring. 4-5 against JBational League teams and 5-9 against the American Leaguers. It was the fifth Dodger loss with no wins over the Angels in the five games Ixv tween the clubs over three years. The youthful Angels ended up with a 14-13 record against major league opposition and were especially cheered by the comeback of their mound staff. Redlands defeats San Die90 state University of Bedlands women's tennis team defeated. San Diego State Saturday on the Bulldog courts 3-0. Marilyn At! torn def. Jan Fraizier 6-3, 6-0 in tte first singes for coach Betty Sherman's team. Genie Severson downed Man-' lyn Mittleholtz 6^), and m the doubles Ann Conghhn and Joyce Sake teamed to defeat Karen Blair and Carol Cole 6-2, e-L Curreirtly the UR women's team is in second place in 'league standings. RBdland$ Daily Facts Monday, Apr. U m-9 Hawks, Warriors deadlocked at three apiece ST. LOUIS (UPI)-The St. Louis Hawks and the San Fras- cisco Warriors are deadlocked three games apiece today in the Western Division National Basketball Association playoffs followmg the Hawks 123-94 win Sunday night. The Hawks . will meet the Warriors m the final game of the hest-of-seven series Thursday night at San Francisco. Hawks Coach Harry Galltin expressed some optimism after the victory. "If we keep running and play tough defense like we did tonight we should go all the way," he said. "Our over-all defensive job was the best it has been in the series and as a result they were forced to shoot from outside and the ball wasn't falling m," Gallatm said. "We have always known that we have to run to beat San Francisco and tonight we just outran them," he added. San Francisco Coach Alex Hawks "had a mental edge for Hannum said he thought the this one because they had everything to gain and could afford to shoot the works. I blame myself for not gettmg our guys fired up. We just weren't as keen as they were," Hannum said. The Hawks zoomiid ahead after a 2-2 tie and were never headed, movmg to a 2!H>oint lead in tiie Ihini period. They had a 28-lB first period advantage and led at the half SMS. Chamberlain, who was heki to three field goals huthe first half, started hittmg the mark m the second half and finished with a total 34 points. Bob Pettit was high for the Hawks with 21 points and teammate Zelmo Beaty had 20 points. Santa Rosa wins polo PALM DESERT (UPI)-Santa Rosa's polo squad spoiled Eldorado's closing game of the current season Sunday with an 8-4 victory in a charity game before an estimated 2JM0 fans. BLUCBONNET BOOTH BELLEVIUJE, Tex. (UK)-] The BeDeville Chamber ofj Commerce win have a booth open each Snnday this month to tell tonrists where the Texas bfaiebonnet (the staic flower) can be seen. The foorfsU win also be gfren bindxanet seeds gathered by boy and gurl scoots. APRIL U" Charles J. Brady Dick Caudh Raymond T. Chivts Mayntrd Drake David Etsanbise Ciil GewlMid David Hu|^ Jack iMeleher Merle Schmidt EdSafty Rusaall Suydim Rtv. Richard J. Teeter CWIes Tifvtrman, Jr. Frank Amt Kevin Henvon Jack Branscum Jaew* Cieieer Happy Birthday from 11 E. Stata Ph. 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