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Local Notes Whip Cream Puff* Pure ^pping cream. Goodie Shop, 24 E. Stole. x Spring Dane* — Donation |1 J5 Saturday, Apr. 18, American Legion Port 650 HaJl; 8-12 p.m. Music by Premiers. x Imperial Custom Drapat Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now lor a free estimate at home. No obligation. 733-3279, x. Open at New LeeatienI Jeanette's Permanent Vfave Salem, 338V4 Orange St. (across* from Gerrard's Market) Phone 792-4331 or 792-2840. 1N3 Sludebakar, V-« deluxe 4-door sedan. Overdrive heater, back-up lights, tinted windshield and less than 9,000 ailes. ?2OT, A. C. Almind, 402i Orange St Dialatic Caka, Cookiet Satisfies the natural desire for bakery fresh baked goods. No added sugar, no added salt Su- caryl sweetened, scientific formulation. Goodie Shop. Six er Eights, Buick Rates Buick turned in top mileage for Intermediate 6's and V-8's as well as full size V-8's in the Mobil Economy run. Wouldn't you rather have a Buick from Bert S. Hatfield? E. Redlands Blvd. between 7lh i: 8lh. Story Hour Tomorrow Mrs. Lucile Marsh will tell the stories "Tell Me Some More", "Hodie" and "Six Tool ish Fishermen" during the story hour for children four years old and older tomorrow morning in the Lyon wing of Smiley library from 11 to 11:30 o'cbcfc. 1934 Clati Reunion If there is sufficient interest, a 30-year reunion of the Red lands high school class of 1S34 will be held tlus year. Class members hiterested should call H. H. (l\iby) Brannon at 7921851. Lopez Services Bequiem Mass was held for Manuel Lopez Thursday morning at 10 o'clock from St Mary's Church, with Kev. Bi- cazdo Meza officiating. Pall' bearers were John Alvino, David Alvino, Tony Alvino, Har^ ry Munoz, Chris Munoz, and Roland NatolL Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. F, Arthur Cortner Chapel was in charge. Annual pet-bike parade to be held tomorrow Shirley Morion wins honors, aid f o high school SOUTH HADLEY, Mass. Miss Shirley Anne Morlan, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Morlan of 1313 East Colton avenue, Redlands, received major honors at a special academic convocation at Mount Holyoke College Tuesday evening. A graduate of R»llands Senior High School, Miss Morlan was one of ten members of the freshman class who were named Mount Holyoke Scholars in recognition of high entrance records and standard of work' during the first semester. In honor of Miss Morlan's achievement her high school will receive an award of $100 for the purchase of books for the school library. The books chosen by the school will be inscribed with the scholar's name. Miss Marian is the third stu-j dent from California to receive this award. The program is now in its seventh year. All the girlj named scholars this year are graduates of p u b 1 i c high schools. Do you have a white rat around the bouse, a guinea pig, dog, tricycle, or horse? No matter what type, dassi- ficatioQ, age or condition, Mds can take them to the YMCA tomorrow at 8 a.m. The occasion is the YMCA-Ewanis Pet and Bike Parade led by the Redlands Jr. High School Band. Both the beautiful and the fimny will be welcomed. Every entry will have a chance to compete in its classifcation. For instance, in the white rat category, prizes are being ^v- en for the largest white rat the smallest white rat and the white'rat with the largest family. In the bird category, prizes are being given for the most beautiful, the funniest looking and the moat unusuaL The classifications are: white rats, guinea pigs, birds, fowl, rabbits, cats, dogs, tricycles, wheel goods with riders (such as toy cars, tractors and fire en^es and airplanes), dolls, clowns on bicycle, bike teams, bikes, small bikes, scooters, livestock and riders on horseback. The judging for this event be-! gins promptly at 8:30 a.m. and the parade begms at 10:00 a.m, The route is west on Citrus to Orange, Boitb on Orange to State, east on State to Sth street and south on 9tb street to the YMCA parking lot Many bargains in vast carnival atmosphere There wasn't much moonlight and not much madness but there were lots of people taking ad' vantage of lots oi bargains in the Downtown Redlands "Moon-j light Madness" event from 7 to U p.m. last night Again a carnival atmosphere prevailed with sfreet booths, balloons, searchUghts and music, but there was also a chill in the air which sent most shoppers inside the stores to pick up the bargains offered. There was mixed reaction from the participating merchants since some were swamped with customers while others reported only mild success with] the night-time event State sfreet was blocked to aU fraffic between Third and Seventh and cross sfreets of Fourth, Fifth and Sixth were blocked away from State. The major off-sfreet parking lots on Citrus were both filled to capacity most of the earl; evening as were the lots owned by U. S. National Bank on Citrus and Vine. One dead in Rocketdyne rocket blast CANOGA PARK (UPI) -One man has been killed and two others injured in an explosion at the Santa Susana test site of the aerospace firm of Rocket- dyne, it was disclosed today. Company officials said the Wast occurred OTiursday mom- fag while workmen were pres- surizmg a small tank at the secret North American Aviation rocket testtog installation. Fa tally injured when the tank ex ploded was Stanley J. TVkarski, 62, Canoga Park. Injured were Larry W. Carlson, Canoga Park, and E.F. Sommers, Van Nuys. Carlson was freated for bums on his hands and shock and Sommers was freated for shock. Officials said an mvestigation was underway to determme the cause of the blast The Rocketdyne hilltop site is one of the nation's main installations for carrjing out static rocket engme firings. TO CELEBRATE MASS VATICAN CITY (UPI)-Pope Paul VI will celebrate a Mass fa the Sistfae Chapel Sunday to mark the 400th anniversary of the death of Michelangelo. Weather March 17 March 18 , March 19 March 20 , March 21 March 22 March 23 March 21 March 25 March 2e March 27 March 28 March 29 March 30 March 31 April 1 _ April 2 _ April 3 _ AptU < _ April S _ April 6 April 7 _ April 8 April 9 _ April 10 _ April 11 _ April 13 _ April 13 _ April 14 _ April 15 _ AprU 16 _ April 17 _ Tamp. 83 87 83 46 73 45 78 42 £3 40 52 40 47 42 S3 38 65 34 70 38 80 41 84 44 87 SI 82 47 58 45 60 SO 59 42 67 38 es 40 58 48 63 40 76 38 82 45 85 48 84 47 72 48 90 45 90 50 95 54 95 57 84 49 74 52 XalnfaU 24 s «a- Boun aon .01 .81 .61 .IS .45 .02 9.00. BXl 10.42 la61 11.06 11.08 John Foy thanks supporters in election John Foy, a candidate in the April 14 city elecfion, today issued the following public state ment: "I would like to take this op portunity to express my sincere appreciaUon to those who supported me in the city council election. Although I quite naturally regret that I did not win, I do believe the outcome of the election was quite sue ccssful and a benefit to the community. 'It is very well known that Councilman Hartzell has served honestly and fairly, sface his appofatment. He represents the financial stability of our community, and there is not a smgle instance, m my ophilon where he has failed to face the tacreastag problems of our community sfraightforwardly, i believe Jfr. Cummfags, as councilman, will possess the new, fresh, pulsating blood coupled together xrith the ability and background for generat mg unity and finance, that he has gained as an admfaisfrator with the University of Red lands. The council race is a democratic privilege everybody may enjoy. My family and I feel privileged, that we were permitted to enjoy this freedom r, once again, would Uke to thank everyone who voted, for know they too, appreciate this opportunity of democratic expression." Today's Best Used Car Buy at HATFIELD Buick '62 Buicit Special Deluxe 4-Door You won't find many as dean oj this popular, sprightly Buick Special with ifj eeonomyrminded V -8. Just ask anyone who drives one. It's in tiptop condition, factory-equipped, and finished in beautiful desert bronze. Don't foil to see and drive lil ^195 HATFIELD BUICK For Used Cars Yeu Can Buy With Confidmca L Redlands Blvd. Between 7th S 8tli - 793-3238 Bennett bill for auctioning dollars WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. Wallace Bennett, B-Utab, has fatroduced a bill which would authorize the Treasury Depart' ment to sell its remaining silver dollars at public auction. The proposed measure would limit the number of cartwheels that any one person could purchase to 20. A rush for the declintag pieces of hard money caused the freasury to put a freeze on its remainfag supply. The stock was estimated at only about S3 million. ABOUT THIS QUESTIOH: 'I fell for this cut-rate auto insurance from a direct-writing insurance company with no independent local agent. When 1 had a collision OSS, I found their adjuster trying to cut every corner on repairs to save the company money. Does anyone really think he saves money when he by-passes his independent local insurance agent?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wileexsen & Davis. Inc.. 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. Seventh-day Adventisfs camp meeting Sfembers of the Redlands Seventh-day Adventist church will Join those of Adventist churches throughout Southeast- em California Conference, fOr an all day camp meeting, Saturday, m five of the huge Orange Show buildmgs, where a crowd of more than 12,000 is anticipated. Sabbath School classes will commence at 9:15 a.m., wlOi Mrs. Marie Douglas of Loma Lmda University conducting the Tmy Tots; Mrs. Dorothy Robinson of La Sierra, Kmder- garten; Mrs. Billie Hubbs of] Barstow, Primary; Richard Warner of La Sierra, Juniors; Pastor Harold Beltz of Loma Lmda, the Youth; and C. F. Phillips, secretary of the CoU' ference Sabath School Dept, the Seniors. The mission appeal will be given by Dr. Andrew N. Nd' son professor of education at La Sierra College. Dr. Nelson spent 40 years in mission service in the Far Eastern Division, where he served as president of Japan Missionary College and Philippme Union College, and as founder and president of Mountain View CoUege, also m the Fhilippfaes. Speakers for the 11:00 a.m., 2:30 p.m., and 4:00 p.m. meet ings will include Dr. H. M. S. Richards, speaker for tiie m- temational radio broadcast. The Voice of Prophecy; R. R. Bietz, president of the Adventists for Uie • Pacific Western states area; Dr. Edward Hep penstall. Professor Theology and Christian Philosophy at Andrews University, Berrien Springs, Michigan. Vital Records BIRTHS HARRIMAN — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Dale Harriman, 1073 Brady lane, Calimesa, April 16, 1964. at Redlands Community hospitaL ELLSWORTH — Bora, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Ellsworth, 12540 Third sfreet, Yucaipa, April 16, 1964. at Redlands Community hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED TOWNSEND - TYLER — Joe Townsend, 20, and Minnieola Tyler, 19; boOi Redlands. ANDERSON-HULL - James M. Anderson, 26, San Bemar dmo; and Joan L. Hull, 28, Redlands. DEATHS SALAZAR — Died m San Ber- nardfao. Calif., April 15, 1964, Miss Laura Jean Salazar, 1041 Calimesa boulevard, Calimesa, Calif., aged 6| years, native of Calif., and resident of Calimesa for 2 years. Deceased is survived by her mother, father Mrs. George M. Fenne, Calimesa ; Johnny Ray Salazar, Mentone; her brother, George Marlowe Fenne, Calimesa; patemal grandparents, ill. and Mrs. MitcheD V. Buyak, Mentone; matemal grandmother, Mrs. Juanita M. Mann, Yucaipa; Matemal grandfatiier, John O'Shea, Los Angeles; maternal great grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ora Comwdl, Redlands; pa temal great grandmother, Mrs. Marie Salazar, Redlands. Recitation of the Rosary Sun day 7:30 p.m. at Emmerson Redlands Morhiary Chapel Brookside avenue at Center street Mass of the Angeles wiH be held Monday 9:00 a.m. at the Sacred Heart Church. Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor, offici ating. Interment m Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Em mersoa Redlands Mortuary in charge. SILVER RAM — University of Redlands biology professor John D. Goodman displays the Silver Rom trophy presented by the Mexicon government to Ihe Desert Bighorn Sheep Council this month at the Council's eighth annual conference in Bala California. Dr. Goodman was elected 1964-65 chairman of the Council and will hove custody of the trophy during his chairmanship. The Council, with membership throughout the southwestern states and Mexico, is dedicated to the study of tha Desert Bighorn. The Silver Rom was presented by the Wildlife Department of the Mexican Agriculture and Forestry Service. Dr. Goodman noted that the Council's 1965 conference will be held in Southern Colifomio, possibly in Redlands. (Daily Facts photo) Supreme court asked to block water judgment Ed. Note: This dispatch con eems the court case more widely known in this valley as the "Orang* County Water Suit." It was first filed In 1951 and was in court until September, 1961 when all appeals war* exhausttd. SAN FRANQSCO (UPI)-The California Supreme Court was asked Thursday to block a judgment in a water case designating rights of four Southern California cities to water from the Santa Ana River. The petition for a writ of pro hibition against a judgment by the San Bemardmo Superior Court was filed by attorney Alexander B. Tobm, represent ing the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water Distiict. Tobm argued m the petition that the judgment two years ago designated water rights from the stream for the cities of Colton, San Bernardino, Riverside and Redlands did not determme any other rights to water from the river. The city of Colton and two individuals joined in the petition, which contended there are many other rights which are not cov- TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ada. OaibAfaete WnXIAM G. MOORE. PnbUlBtt. FRANK E. SIOOBE. Editor. Publijlied evtrj *v«un( leieapt Sun <Uyi »t Fictj bulldlns. 700 Brook- sidt It Center. RedUnds, Camonda. Foundod October 23, 18S0, 74tt Cntwad u ncond elasf natttr October 23. 1890. at U>* Port OUice at Redlanrti. CaUtomla. onder act ol UarA 3. 1S7S. SUBSCRIPTION RAW (In Advancei Br Cuiltr DtUrwT 0»« Mntk . Three Mentke SU Meatk* One Tew _ One MenCh One Tcmx W. H. Ritchie dies at 79 in Palo Alto William H. Ritchie, a former resident of Redlands for some 11 years, died Saturday m Palo Alto at the age of 79, accord ing to world received today. Mr. Richie, a native of Cherokee, Iowa, lived m Redlands from 1934 to about 1945. During those years he and his son, Claude, operated Ritchie's Quality Market on Orange street just north of Colton. He was very active in the work of the First Presbyterian church and served as a rulfag elder while m Redlands. Survivors mclude his wife, Adelme, of Palo Alto, two sons. Claude C. Ritchie of Carlsbad and Clarence M. Ritchie of| Palo Alto and one daughter, Mrs. Marjoirie Corona of San Rafad. He Is also survived by 12 grandchildren, includtag C. Alen Ritchie of Redlands, and two great grandchildren. Services were held Monday fa Palo Alto and interment was also in Pab Alto at Alta Mesa Memorial Park. ered by the 1963 decision. Tobm said there are thousands of water rights at issue, but only four were ruled upon by the superior court He said that unless the ruling was set aside, it would be "adverse to many of the people who have water rights." The attorney noted that a second suit fa the same case was filed recentiy by the Orange County Water District m which 20,000 John Does are listed, and which would encompass v i r t- ually all rights that could be contested. The origmal case twice went to the appellate court, but was not ruled upon by the California Supreme Court, which will decide whether to block the effective judgment later this year. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks advanced to a record high today. Lukens, YoungstoT*-n Sheet and y. S. Steel all posted substantial gams. Chrysler moved ahead around a point while Ford and General Motors posted fractional improvements. Du Pont retireated some. Gulf traded a block of 191,811 shares representmg cash value of $10.5 million, the largest sfagle transaction ni ex change history. ABC Paramount advanced t bit on a cash sale of 95,000 shares. Polaroid moved mto the black on a company forecast of record sales and eammgs fa 1964 but then eased. American Telephone posted a good gam as did AT&T when issued shares. Oow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 fad 831.63 822.51 827.33 up 1.68 20 rrs 198.23 195.78 197.07 up 0.37 15 uti 140.38 139.11140.00 up 0.49 65 stk 289.48 286.31 288.06 up 0.64 Sales today were about 6.03 million shares compared wiUi 5.42 million shares Thursday. IS Meet Aetlr* aiMke (Dew-Jeaca Serrfce. Coutietj Letter. Kreni * Ca.) 20S E. SU(e Volaraa Clase Chnr. iiifiM Ter. GnlT Salpb. -iO'i J-SU ittSO* Golf OU Kli liS,40» ClirTiler <8?i 105,-00 Cartli Pab. Jl lU.lso Am. Blest. Fan. 3» It.CM Pan Am. Air T6'i WOO Amer. T. » T. —Iti^k MJM Cent. Air. 56si SI.309 Drnter ted. Jl'i 53.8(10 K.C.A. 3t'i SI.40O Xtt»x 9I?i 47,60* Amer. T. * I. (wl) tlin Oen. Helen 82 nedlands Daily Facts Friday. Apr. 17, 1964 - 5 Study ordered for plan of Citrus avenue parking An engmeering study to determine traffic tkeeds and problems was ordered before any action will be taken to ban parkfag from the south side of Citrus west of Fourth street, the City Traffic commission decreed yesterday afternoon. But the commission was in agreement that the parking ban should be put fa effect as soon as possible fa order to create a wider street along that block. It was noted that Citms is ex- ceedfagly well-traveled with traffic counts m the 7,000 area. The matter reached the agen da yesterday fa good part because the city and parkmg district are creatmg another off- street parkmg lot oa the site of| tiie bufldfag which formerly housed Lange and Runkel, thus elimfaatfag the need for street parkmg fa the area. In another action yesterday, the commission unanimously ruled that tiie stop sign at the fatersection of Palm and Alvarado should be reversed. Four-Way But because of tiraffic habits datfag back to 1959, the commission, at the suggestion of W. C. Scbfadler and formal motion by Richard Lackey, decided to make the fatersection a four- way stop for a period not to exceed 90 days. The object of this is to gel Alvarado street traffic accustomed' to stoppfag at Palm before the Palm stop sign is removed. The commission feared that motorists, out of habit, might inad- vertenUy run through a stop sign on Alvarado and a rash of harmful accidents could occur. Basis for the switch of stop signs to make Palm the through sbreet rather than Alvarado was an engineering study and traffic count The courts showed that Palm avenue carried as high as 1^0 cars in a 24-hour period while Alvarado's top traffic load was only half as much or 645. An additional traffic study of the Fem-Center fatersection still left the commission perplexed. For the requirements for a four- way stop sign were not met by traffic count, approach count, speed count or accident fa- cidenee. Nor was the fatersec­ tion able to qualify as "blfad." As a result, the commission felt there was no way to establish a fOur-way stop, consistent with the normal warrants of the traffic engfaeering standards..» To arbitrarily install a stop sign on Center street would very likely just throw additional north south traffic onto San Mateo and Cajon. since motorists would object to the stop-start pattern, the commission said. And with additional traffic on the other two north-south arteries, there would likely be new problems created on those two strieets, it was concluded. But because speeds tanged fi'om 32 to 43 miles per hour for cars on Center street, the commission ordered installation of 25 mile-per-hour speed limit signs on Center street on both sides of the Fem fatersection. (The limit is akeady 25 but no sipis are in the immediate vicinity of the fatersection.) In two final actions, the commission recommended approval of a white passenger loadfag zone fa front of 302-308 Brookside and ordered an engfaeering study of North Center street and iits intersections with C eater place and with San Gorgonio- North Buena Vista. County planners approve Yucaipa area zone change Br Kau SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — A zone change to allow development of five acres near Sun Park, fa the Yucaipa area, for duplexes, was approved Thurs day by Uie County Plannfag Commission. The action was taken despite protests from residents of the Sun Park development and after a commission motion to deny the rezonfag request was beaten by a two-four vote. The applicant for the rezonfag, from agricultural to residential use for the five acres, on the east side of Dodd, between Date and Panorama, was L A. Matteson. Protests agafast his project, which calls for development of 20 lots, was based on fears the land would have two - story homes and be occupied by families with children. Matteson assured those m protest he would not build units with more than a smgle story fa height and did not plan to accept children. Commissioner Will C. CoUett moved that the change of zone application be denied, and Com missioner J. H. Paterson seconded the motion. But tiie vote was four to two agafast the motion. Then another motion to grant' the request was passed, with Paterson and Collett votfag fa opposition. Three other Yucaipa area proposals came before the commission, but these were approved with all commissioners votfag fa favor. The first matter on the com mission's agenda was a con tfaued hearing on Arthur Emerson's request for approval of his property on the west side of California, north of County Line drive, for expansion of an enstisg trailer park. The park is to be facreased by 30 spaces, and the commission approved the project without opposition from other persons fa the audience. AnoUier Yucaipa request that was granted was the variance asked by E. L. Bemis for permission to build on a lot on the east side of Fremont, north of Avenue "£," m an area zoned Ifor light tadustrial use. The variance was needed because the land is also fa zonmg for sfagle family dwellings, with 15,000 square feet of area needed for a buildfag site, while the Bemis property only has an area of 11,800 square feet. Neil Pfulb, county plannfag di- '• rector, told the commission adjacent land is already developed ' so Bemis could not buy property to bring his lot up to the required 15,000 square feet. Pfulb also said a house and garage is to be built. There was no opposition to the variance application, and Commissioner CoUett made the mo- . tion for its approval. The last request for action af- ; fectfag property fa the Yucaipa . community was Joe Mulder's plea for approval of a change in his plans for a trailer park close to the Riverside county iline, near County line road. Leon Kedfag. of the plannfaf staff, said Mulder asked for acceptance of a plan addfag four trailer spaces to his proposed park, the additions to be is spaces where he had previously fatended to store travel trailers. Mulder's trailer park, opposed by other property owners fa the area, who said they feared their farmfag and fertilizer operations would faefag protests from occupants of the park, has been before the commission and the Board of Supervisors for a number of months. ' The change fa plans, facreas- fag the number of spaces, was approved unanimously by tht commission. 4nnouncefflent of Funeral Services BOY LEE EDWARDS Services 10:00 a .m., Saturday, at ihe Second Baptist Church. F./umra* CORTNER 221 BBOOOOE AVE.-PT 2-1411 Announcemenf of Services SCARES, Mrs. A. M. (Lucy) Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Today Sacred Heart Church WALDMAN, Joseph U:00 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel SALAZAB, Miss Laura Jeaa Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Sunday Redlands Chapel Mass of the Angels 9:00 a.m. Monday Sacred Heart Church McGAUGHY. Samuel 0. Remains forwarded to Fullertott for Services and Burial Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels

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