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Local Notes Fruh Rmch Eggs — Heme delivered, 794-1446, weekdays, x Styl* Beauty Salon needs hair stylist Apply in per son. 418 E. State, 792-4877. Rummage Sale Friday and Saturday, beginning 9 ajn., 610 E. Colton. s Echo 2 Times Today At 8:37 p.m. Echo 2 ^vill be west of Redlands, 63 degrees above the horizon, moving southeast. Oh Wouldn't You Rather have a Buick than any otber^ car? Especially after Bujck's performance in the Mobil Economy run? Sure you would. Drivej one at Bert S. Hatfield Buick, E. Redlands Blvd. between 7th & 8th. X YWCA Salad Luncheon , Tomorrow, 11:30 to 1:30, activities building. Wide variety o£ salads wU appeal to everyone. Tickets available at the door. I Knew Him When See Jan Pearce, as Shylock, be fore he turns pro at the Tyrone Gutherle Theatre. "The Merchant of Venice" Little Theatre on the Zanja, April 30, May 1, 2, 7, 8, & 9th. For rescrvaUons call or write Betty Gamsey, U of R LitUe Theatre, 793-2121. x Chambers Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Ada C. Chambers were held Tues day at 2 p.m. from Emmerson": . Redlands Chapel. Rev. Harry Clark officiated. Pallbearers were: Monte B. Davis, Dick Clark, James Ferguson, Hal Butler, Rodney S. Thompson Larry Beardo. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park, Em merson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Flatcar Fire A small blaze on a flatcar located on the Southern Pacific raihroad tracks just west of Fifth street was extinguished by firemen at 10:45 p.m. last night, Tools Stolen Hand tools valued at S85 were taken from the Redlands high auto shop building some time between 4 p.m. yesterday and 7 a.m. this morning according to a police report. Ractkowska Funeral services for Mrs. Juliann Raczkowska were held this morning at 9 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Church, with Rev.Henry W. Kean officiating. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel was in charge. Hartzell, Cummings win: 'No' on rubbish Rattlesnake bite fatal to dog Residents of the hilly brush country of southeast Redlands and the Yucaipa Valley take heed — rattlesnakes have ended wmter hibernation. The Yucaipa SherifTs substa tion has already received three reports of rattlesnake bites. The most recent resulted in the death of a German Shepherd dog on Sunday. The dog, owned by Mrs. Van Denassem, 34958 Shasta street, Yucaipa, was bitten while wandering in the wash area north of Date street. By RON KIBBY More than half the city's voters flocked to the polls yesterday to elect \Vimam T. HartzeU and Jack B. Cummings to the City Council by decisive majorities. Voters also pulverized an ini tiative rubbish ordinance, de featmg the measure by better than a 2-1 margin. Hartzell, the incumbent candi date, polled 4,324 votes for an impressive 62 per cent of the total 6936 ballots cast. Cummings captured the other Coun cil post with a healthy 3,903 votes, or 56 per cent of the to- Ul vote. . Hartzell, a savings and loan official, and Cummmgs, a Uni versity of Redlands administrator, will both serve four-yearj terms. Hartzell was appointed to the Council in 1962 following the death of Harry G. Wilson, Initiative Beaten The controversial initiative rubbish ordmance forced on the ballot by the Voters Committee Against Compulsory Rubbish Collection was rejected in all but six of the 33 precincts. The move to have the present rubbish ordinance repealed was submerged 4,815 to 2,045. While the measure held its own in north side precincts, it was crushed by margins as great as 6 to 1 in other sections. Election officials were grati fied at the large voter turnout. The 6,936 ballots cast represents slightly more than 52 per cent of the citizens who were eligible to vote yesterday. This is the largest percentage of voter turnout for a City Council election in the past decade, accordmg to the City Clerk's office. DeMiriyn Impressive Charles De Mkjyn, a Red-I lands High School teacher of American government, made an impressive showing in yesterday's balloting. He collected 2,431 votes. The four other Council candi dates trailed in this order: John Foy, 951; Larry Nowak, 901 Louis Kalman, 388; and Carl Giese, 365. Yesterday's election defeat was the third for Foy who ran for the Council unsuccessfully in 1962 and for the Redlands School Board in 1961. Kalman was endorsed by the Voters Committee Aginst Compulsory Rubbish Collection and cam paigned vigorously for the initiative measure. CoL Paul Jacobs, sparkplug of the initiative rubbish campaign and chairman of the Voters Committee, received three write-in votes for the City Council Run Unopposed City Clerk Hazel M. Soper and City Treasurer Marion Poyzer were not opposed in their bids to be returned to their re spective offices. As they start new terms, both will receive the $25 a month salary increase authorized by the City Council last December. The pay raises make the City Clerk job a $600 a month position and the City Treasurer post a $700 a month job. Hartzell and Cummings will take office at the April 21 City Council meeting. That meeting will also mark the reorganization of the Coun cil with the selection of a new mayor and vice-mayor. Observ ers believe that Councilman Waldo Burroughs, who now serves as vice-mayor, will be named mayor in a "gentleman's agreement" among mem­ bers of the five-man Council. Burroughs stepped aside 1962 to allow Charles C. Parker to continue as mayor. Park er's tercft expired this year and he did not seek re-election. Hartxcll Statement Hartzell, who is vice-president] of the Redlands Federal Savings and Loan association, is sued the following victory sUte-\ ment today: 1 appreciate the atmosphere of good will and concern for the common good expressed by all the candidates. This is typical the high caliber and capability of (he men who have run this election. •We who live in Redlands are most fortunate for the fine civic and cultural climate that we have inherited from our prede cessors, and it is our clear responsibility to maintain and en hance our unique qualities, is a respected privilege to serve our community and I am deep ly grateful for this opportunity. I sincerely thank all those friends who supported me during these last few weeks and who made this successful con elusion possible. I shall spend every effort to be worthy of the confidence and trust placed in me by the citizens of Redlands.' Cummings Statement Cummings, who led all other candidates in eight precincts, and was second highest in 23 others, made this statement today: 'I appreciate the support have received from all segments of the community which has resulted in my election. I hope that I wai be able to follow in the pattern of leadership which Mayor Parker has established, I look forward to working with the other CouncQmen. have great respect for them.' Vote by precincts in city election Weather 77 73 _ 82 S3 73 _ 78 63 52 -17 53 65 ."Z 80 84 87 March 15 March 16 March 17 March IB March 19 March 20 March 21 March 32 March 23 March 24 March 35 March 26 March 27 March 28 March 29 March 30 82 March 31 58 .-^prU 1 CO April 2 59 April 3 67 April 4 _ _ 68 April 5 53 April 6 „. 63 April 7 _ _ 7G April 8 - 82 April 9 .._ £5 April 10 84 April 11 _ 72 April 12 90 April 13 90 April 14 April 15 - 95 KalnfaU Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son 41 .14 57 4S 45 42 40 40 42 38 34 38 41 44 51 47 45 50 42 38 40 48 40 38 45 43 47 4R 43 .W 54 57 .01 .81 .61 .19 .45 .02 S.OO 9.81 10.42 laei 11.06; 11.08 Precincts Cum- Da Hartzell mingt Mirjyn Fey Ciese m W. B,..klc.n 2 S M J? I) ll;,WR«n..:::::::::: I £ B i S fflWa'T:::;::::::::: 8 8- S 8 SK "c.„„i, I | | | 112S Judson " 97 80 50 21 1030 Campos "8 |' ,? Franklin School « 24 71 24 1 6 Crafton Schoo "9 142 114 ^ « Lincoln School .............. 109 94 34 Z» • Ist Congregational Church.... m 123 45 31 3 621 Brookside "S "0 « S t ;K .eyschoor :;:::;::::;::m ui 59 ^ 10 24 Dale Lane 34 »2 "J f * Smiley School "» ]« ^ H 1 440 S. Buena Vista .132 144 82 30 4 Cope Jr. High School 33 90 72 26 4 ^ITTe'rl' ::::::::: m " ^ 1 ^^^y %<^oo^•.:. m 94 4 ;«l^..nut W 34 12 ?l2 "srj7cinto .:::::::::.:..i89 m io» j 1475 Pacific ]f, II " I ?ll7'^ol ^Vy^cU• m 148 5, 8 2 1304 Summit Ave. "B" 143 148 «2 14 J TOTA T S V -:::"-43S 3903 24" 951 34s Kal' man 21 16 11 14 13 24 14 4 11 14 10 8 5 17 12 6 4 13 14 10 11 8 15 7 8 12 14 IS 12 10 7 8 11 3 388 Nowak 18 12 5 17 14 24 9 20 27 25 17 38 8 17 22 4 11 24 32 39 23 20 32 21 27 42 33 20 48 83 93 36 30 4 901 82 87 44 95 74 110 98 45 99 42 41 82 42 41 48 43 39 43 40 43 54 42 44 34 48 45 51 49 SO 39 55 41 49 22 2045 Garbage Yes No 92 87 54 43 90 90 70 152 91 148 144 142 108 141 151 111 88 149 149 19S 191 129 178 154 187 199 169 221 188 209 254 172 168 44 4815 U.S. Highway 70-99 changes new program That bng familiar designation "ffighway 99" is about to become a memory. In keeping with a 1963 legislative enactment, the State Division of H^ways win embark upon a highway re-designation program between April 20 and July 1. One element of that "re- designation" program will be the elimination of the U.S. Highway 99 and 70 signs along the Redlands freeway. From then on, it will have only the one designation — Interstate 10—all the way from its starting pomt in Santa Monica to Beaumont. From Beaumont to Arizona, it will have the U.S. 60 designation until that portion of the highway is brought up to Interstate route standards. Even the Business route 70-991 signs on Redlands boulevard will be a thing of the past. The State Diyision of IDghways of. fice in San Bernardino said the state cannot install new signs but will work with the city and the county on the new sign system. Route 10 For there are signs available which will say "business loop, route 10." They will be white on a green background rather than red, white and blue like the Interstate signs on the free way itself. Aside from the purely local aspect of dropping the Highway 99 designation, the program will include the renumbering of ap proximately 30 state highways throughout California. The long-familiar black and white shields which identify these roads are being replaced by white and green shields. Some highways will have new numbers while others will retain the same number. Gradual, ly, however, all signs will white on the green background dependmg upon age and need for replacement. Route 38 For instance, in the Redlands area. Route 38 to Big Bear via Barton Flats is listed as an official number but since most of the signs along this route are nearly new, the new signs are not expected to be installed very soon. Some of the changes in major highways will see the elimma- tion of other designations as familiar as HSghway 99 in this area. For instance. U.S. 101 alternate, along the coast, will disappear. It will become "California 1" aU the way from Capistrano beach in Orange county to Fembridge in Humbolt county. CAR LEASING in Redlands..,? yes • COMET • MERCURY • LINCOLN CONTINENTAL • FORD • THUNDERBIRD • "CHEVROLET • BUICK • PONTIAC • OLDSMOBILE • RAMBLER • CHRYSLER • DODGE • PLYMOUTH • VALIANT • FOREIGN IMPORTS • VANS • PANELS • TRUCKS • Open Saturdays • Phone Inquires OK (Clip out ond moiO ' lEO CRANE, teoM Mgr. I Ph. 793.2UT I 420 W. Kedlondi iM. I RMllands, Cot.Y. Nuclear physics expert found shot to death m \V YORK (UPD- A brU- liant young nuclear physicist was found shot to death in Cen tral Park today following a day spent at the Atomic Energy Commission's Erookhaven National Laboratory. Police said the body of Dr. Charles J. Gallagher Jr., 35- year^jld father of two, had been hidden in a clump of bushes and was not found until five, or possibly 10 hours after he was slain. He had failed to show up at a scientific meeting Tuesday night at Columbia University, where he was assistant profcs sor of physics. Police said Gallagher's um brclla was lying at his feet He was still wearing his wristwatch and had a few coins and a key ring in his pocket, but no wallet. I i I pJcaM sand n» leas* infomaiior . I en <• 1964 I Nonwi I Addrasii ... I Citys I Phona: Redlands OrSCOUNT Wallpaper & Paint Store Porch, Deck and Floor Enamel. S5.50 Value QL 51.39. Gal. «.8S Hi-Gloss Kitchen Enamel S5.S0 Value Qt 51.29. Gal $3.85 All Weather Spar Varnish $6.00 Value GaL 53.85 Log Oil Redwood Stain Gal ?1.9S Aluminum Paint for Trucks, Trailers and Roof. S6.50 Value, qt $1.39, GaL »3.8S Alk>d Latex Rubber Base Washable WaH Paint S6.50 Value GaL J3.8S 16 oz. Spray Can 89e White Bam & Fence Paint $3.45 Value Gal. J2.8S ?4 in. Masking Tape RoU 60 Yds (9e Flat White Oil Base $3.45 Value......GaL $2.85 WALLPAPER 2Sc - 3Sc - 45e - «5c - 8Sc Home Owners Paint Store 9 West State, Redlands State official opposes Kuchel water plan WASHINGTON (U P I) -Ari. zonians opposing a proposal by Sen. Thomas H. KucheL R- Calif., to guarantee Southern California 4.4 million acre-feet of water from the Colorado Riv er won support today from Cal ifomia's top water development officials. Hugo Fisher, Administrator of California's Natural Resources Agency, called instead for bring- mg more water into the lower Colorado basin to meet the needs of both states. In Sacramento, a spokesman for Gov. Edmund G. Brown said that support of the 4.4 million acre-foot guarantee would be ac ceptable to California only as a "last resort" in case a regional water plan were not approved by Congress. The guarantee, proposed in a, Kuchel - sponsored amendment, was before the Senate Reclamation Committee. Fisher said he did not believe it was "a veryj neighborly solution in the basm." TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ma. iTOPSINQUAUTyi! Billboard ban passes 58-8 SACRAMENTO (UPI) -Legis lation to rid California's open highways of most outdoor ad vertisujg cleared the Assembly today and went to the Senate. The vote was 58-8. The bill (AB38), by Assemblyman Edwin Z'Berg, D-Sacramento, would prohibit most bill boards within 800 feet of any stale or federal highway, ex cept within cities or industrial zones. Billboards with information necessary for motorists would be exempted. Billboard companies would have five years, after the law went into effect, to take down theur signs on federal highways, and 10 years on state roads. Generally, however, no new boards could be located in the restricted areas. Redlandspaily Factsyit±, April 15^ 19M^ S Vital Records BIRTHS TRAILL — Bom, a son, James Andrew, to Mr. and Mrs Alexander Traill, 534 Chestnut avenue, April 10, 1964, at Kaiser hospital, Fontana. Ala teraal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Gilpatrick 1114 West Palm avenue. Pa lemal grandmother' is Mrs. Mary TraiU, 620 West Colton avenue. JAMISON — Bora, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Michael Jami son, 119 Hartzell street, April 14, 1964, at Redlands Com munity hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED MAYZAK-KEOUGH — William D. Mayzak Jr., 22, San Diego and Cheryl Ann Keough, 18, Yucaipa. (Issued in Las Vegas) NAVARRETTErSERMONE Paul C. Navarrette, 40, and Letha M. Sermone, 50, both Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) West Colton Ave. used car lot approved Establishment of a used car sales lot on West Colton avenue near .Alabama street was ap proved by the city Planning Commission yesterday. Plans submitted to the C^m mission during a public hearing indicated that the tenant will be Tom MacArthur of Yucaipa. The automobile agency will be known as Tom's Used Cars. The property is adjacent on the west to the Jimmy's Serv-I ice Station at Redlands boule vard and Alabama street and is owned by Franklin D. Barnes, Jack Clay and Donald Beckord. , LOW IN 1 Oailg^tetis WILUAM G. MOORE. PubUiheT. niANK E. MOORE. Mitor. Published tvtrr ennmt texMPt Susday) at Facts buildlDS. TOO Brookside at Center. RedUods. California. Founded October 23, 18»0, 74tli Tear. Entered as second class natter October 23, 1890, at tbe Post Office at BedUnds. CaUfonia, under act of March 3, ISTS. SUBSCRIPTION RATS (In Advance! Br Carrier Dcllrerr Oat MsBta -I IJia Xeree Mastlu 4.S« Six Htntht - M» Oat rear l«.4a One Maath Oaa Tcav . Br Man DEATHS WALDMAN — Died in Yucaipa Calif., April 12, 1964, .toseph Jesse Waldman, 11946 First street, Yucaipa, aged 63 years, native of Oklahoma, and resident of Yucaipa for 16 years. Deceased is survived by his wife Mrs. Mildred E. Waldman of Yucaipa and the following children: Patrica Ronda of Yu caipa, Donald P. Waldman of San Diego Calif., and the following brothers and sisters: Hershal Waldman of Oklahoma Lucille Graham of Oklahoma Funeral services will be held Friday at 11 a.m. at the Em merson Yucaipa Mortuary' cbapeL Rev. Zendel Crook, pastor of the First Church of God church, officiating. Interment Montecito Memorial Park. SANDERS — Died in Redlands, Calif.. April 13, 1964, KeUy, David Sanders, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. William Sanders. Deceased is survived by his parents, a sister; Tammy Marie Sanders, Redlands; maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nelson, Highland, Calif.; paternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. Harper Sanders. Graveside services were held Wednesday 3:00 p.m. at the Hillside Memorial Park. Rev. Aaron Eurich, pastor of the Temple Baptist church, officiat- mg. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. EDWARDS - Died in Red-, lands, Calif., April 14, 1964,1 LOCK SMITHS — There are always little problems that crop up in the heat of an election, and City Manager R. F. Merritt, Jr., left, and City Treasurer Marion Poyzer had to turn lock-smith last night to solve one of them. Election officers at one of the polling places lost the key to the lock which secured their bollot bag. No key, no vote counting. Taking h«jm- mer and screwdriver in hand, the two city officials forced the lock open and Precinct 2 votes were counted. (Doily Facts photo) 95 in Redlands, but heat not setting any records For the second straight day, the mercury in Redlands rose to a top of 95 degrees. ^Vhile the heat was settmg records in coastal areas of the southland, today's local read ing was not unusual for ApriL There were 96 and 98 days in April, 1962; in 1961 AprU had 102, 97 and 96; there were 96 and 100 degree readings in 1959 and highs of 101, 98 and 96 in April, 1958. Thus, for Redlands, a few maximum readings above 95 degrees are customary rather than unusual. This spring hot spell is a typical Santa .Ana condition, but without the winds. That is, the hot desert air moves toward the coast, creatmg more heat along the coastal plains than in the inland valleys. LOS ANGELES (UPI) -Down town Los Angeles, sweltering through a summer-like hot spell, registered two new heat records today. It was the city's second straight day of record heat. The mercury soared to 95 de- gres at 12:15 p.m., a new mark for April 15. The old record of 91 degres was set in 1958. Another record was set at 5:25 a.m. when the city registered 65 degrees. The warmest low temperature yet recorded for this date. The previous mark was a 64 which occurred in 1948. Tuesday, downtown Los Angeles set records similar to those of today. The downtown read- mg of 95 degrees was the warmest April 14 in history, and the city's early morning low of 64 also was a new mark for that date. In addition, Los Angeles International Airport recorded a high of 93 Tuesday, the highest ever reported there in the month of April. Goldwater headquarters to open Friday Goldwater - for - President headquarters will be opened officially in San Bernardino Friday afternoon at 1 p.m. with a parade and rally, J. Steven Williams, San Bernardino chairman for Goldwater, announced today. The headquarters is at 1130 N. D street (just south of Base Line). Feature attraction at the grand opening will be the appearance of Sen. Barry G o 1 d- water's daughter, Mrs. Joanne Goldwater Ross. Mrs. Ross will be accompanied by Earl Hardage. Southern California coordinator for the Goldwater campaign. The public is invited to the Friday event, Mr. Williams says, and to visit the headquarters where Goldwater material is now available. Services held for Mrs. Stella Blick Mrs. Stella M. Blick, formerly of Redlands, died in Los Angeles April 4 and was buried in Hillside Memorial Park April 6. Mrs. Blick had lived for sev-| eral years at the Eastern Star Home in Los Angeles. While in Redlands, she was active in the' First Presbyterian church and with the Eastern Star chapter. Her closest living relative is Mrs. Ethel B. Cmll, 118 East Olive avenue. Roy Lee Edwards, 1153 Her aid street, aged 6 years, na tive of San Bernardino, Calif, and resident of Redlands for life. Deceased is survived by hii mother, Mrs. Letha P. Ed wards, Redlands; one brother, Harvey Lee Edwards, five sis-| ters, Bonita E., Juanita, Jen nette, Mary J., and Brenda K Edwards, all of Redlands; his aternal grandmother, Mrs Mary Mitchell, San Bernardino his maternal grandfather, Aubry Dangerfield, Pasadena; and lus maternal grandmother Mrs. Lillie Toliver, Redlands. Funeral services will be held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the Second Baptist Church. Rev. R. L. McDonald, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Arthur Cortner ChapcU INSURANCE AETNA CAS CO. EMPLOYER'S CROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "you* PROieaiON IS MY BUSINESS' JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 4T( E. Redlands Blvd. Rtdltnds N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) -Stocks showed modest improvement today and gains were sufficient to bring the market within range of a new high. Blue chips were mixed but other sections of the list showed modest improvement. Rails improved slightly after President Johnson announced negotiators in the work rules dispute had narrowed their differences, but finished easier. Steels were mixed with Lukens off around 2 and Youngstown Shet down more than 1. Motors were also mixed. Du Pont advanced a large fraction and Eastman Kodak and Allied Chemical showed smaller gains, Douglas Aircraft moved ahead Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS. JULIANN RACZKOWSKA Mass 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, Sacred Heart Church. MANUEL LOPEZ Rosary services 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, at the F. Arthur C:ortner ChapeL Requiem Mass 10:00 a.m., Thursday, at St Mary's Church. ROY LEE EDWARDS Services 10:00 a.m., Saturday, at the Second Baptist . Church. f.MTilOt CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE/WLvWM4Il after its president told the annual meeting restrictions agam-st common stock dividends may soon .be removed. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 828.62 820.38 825.43 up 2.48 20 rrs 197.99 195.78 196.47 off 0.55 15 uU 139.90 138.53 139.43 up 0J9 65 stk 288.61 285.67 286.26 up 0.45 Sales today were about 5.27 million shares compared wiUi 5.12 million shares Tudsday., is Msjt Actlre SlDcks (Dow -JoDes Service. Conrteiy Lester. Byons * Co.) 205 E. State Volams Closa Chnjr. 1'5,800 Mlytac — + '1 lJ3,i00 R.C.A. - 34(i 116,000 Pan .\m. Air 74 »j 93.400 Xerox 93U 94,000 Transltroa Ti 68,900 Chryiler — 4 -ii, 6<,:00 Reynoldf Tob. _ .'il'i 64,800 Getty Oil — io 'k S4,0 «a Brsnswlck lt>< 50.000 Araer. Tob. 37»i 59,000 Ford STI, S4.-0O Sperrr Hand 1714 50.800 Clark Equip. 47;^ 49400 Tidewater 3i?i -46,000 Control Data 91 - — Ti -flU -2"« + Ti. + »• — »i - « -2% -H Announcement of Services S.iNDERS, Kelly David 3:00 p.m. Today Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park BRUNING, Robert L. 10:00 a.m. Thursday Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park SOARES, Mrs. A. M. (Lucy) Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Thursday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Friday Sacred Heart CSiurch WALDMAN, Joseph J. 11:00 a.m. Friday Yucaipa Chapel • Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 UOOKSlOE AVC 7 *8 -244:

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