Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 20, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Monday, April 20, 1964
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^^^^ Yucaipo soldier takes course FOKT McCLELLAN, ALA. - (AHTNC) — Pvt KonaM L. Voge, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fi-ed H. Voge, 34548 County Line road Yucaipa, completed an [ eight-week chemical entry course at the Army Chemical School, Fort McClellan, Ala. [April 10. Voge was trained in the principles of chemical, biological, and radiotogical (CBR) warfare and the decontamination of C- BR agents. The 23-year-old soldier entered the Army in November 1963 and completed basic combat training at Fort Ord, Calif. He is a 1959 graduate of Redlands High School. WINNER — Lupe Arroyo and his pet crow "Buckwheat" were first place winners in the Pet ond Bike parade staged by the YMCA and Kiwonis club Saturday. The turnout was termed biggest ever this year, lupe lives at 1143 lawlon street. ANTI-NOISE IPSWICH. England (UPI)Police said today they thinls that the culprit who stole six pneumatic road drills from a street here may be an anti' noise campaigner. OtOBATHBOOMS SHOULD . BE KEAREANSED- ICEMOOELEO, M0DEI2MIZE0 ' AND CHAN6ED TiuUttMdA. PLUMBING Ca rS2b TEXAS ST. -e««t REDUNDS.CAUF. Dirksen to call up his amendments this week WASHINGTON (UPI)-Scnate GOP Leader Everett M. Dirksen announced today he will call up about the middle of the week bis first amendment to the House-passed civil rights bill. Th Illinois Republican also said he expects to unveil Tuesday final details of his last amendment to the fair employment section of the measure. This deals with federal - state jurisdiction over job discrimination cases. The Senate today began the seventh week of debate. Democratic Whip Hubert H. Humphrey asserted that the Senate "has now reached the filibuster stage." But Sen. Richard B. Russell, D-Ga., leader of the DLxie opposition, said there were indications that "preliminary debate" is giving the coun­ try belter understanding of the bill's "momentous impact" on their lives and their govern' mcnt Lost boy found asleep in mountains LANCASTER (UPI) — A 5 year-old boy lost for 10 hours in freezing mountainous terrain I during the weekend had a pair I of persevering forest rangers to [thank today for finding him. LitUc Frank Hubert of Cul jvcr City, was sound asleep un {der a bush in Angeles National Forest when U.S. Forest Rangers Feter Twight. 28, and Don Biedebach, 48, found him short 'ly before midnight Saturday. Convicts who tunneled way out, captured LINCOLN, Neb. (UPI)—Five convicts who tunneled their way from prison only to be flushed from a fog - shrouded game refuge by a gun-bristling posse, today were back in their their cells. The five were captured Sun^ day afternoon near Plattsmouth Neb., after a massive search by police, shotgun-toting farmers, a helicopter and barking police dogs. The convicts were Dale Car stens, 26, Lincoln, who was serving life for the slaying of a liquor store manager; Richard Lavender, 23, Kankakee, 111., serving terms for auto theft and escape; Richard Ruhr, 38, Omaha, serving 10 years for manslaughter; Charles Dean, 27, Omaha, serving 20 years for rape and attempted escape, and Frank Hancock, 24, Lin coin, serving 5 years for bur^ glary and escape. All were taken into custody with no resistence. The five escaped through a 6'/i foot tunnel dug with a chisel, hammer and screwdriver. The tunnel led from the closet of a clothing storage room to the outside and, probably took two or three weeks to complete, Warden Maurice Sigler said. Schools to honor clerks, secretaries Secretaries tnd clerks in the Redlands Unified school district I will receive special recogniticn this week as part of the nation wide tribute to all secretaries I during the week of April 19 to 25. In the Redlands school sys tem, the specific recognitioa program has been left to the individual schooL However, all secretaries and clerks will be 'honored and proclamations from the school board will be tendered as tokens of appreciation. • ' > The proclamation was approved last Tuesday and notes that secretaries and clerks are very often the first contact parents and visitors have with the school system and therefore these employes have significant responsibilities of a varied na ture. A special feature of the week will be an open house on Thursday, April 23, from 7:30 to 9:30 p.m. for Airs. Alma Grindstaffs office practice class at Redlands Senior high school. This is primarily intended for employers who would be interested in participating in the job experience program conducted through this department, for parents and for prospective stU' dents are gaining practical experience while still students by working in offices of private businesses and in the offices of junior and senior high schools and the administrative head (quarters. Two women drowned in Salton Sea SALTON CITY (UPI) - Two San Bernardino women were missing and presumed drowned today when a search of the Salton Sea failed to turn up any trace of them. Mrs. Kenneth Downs, and Mrs. Paul Cesnak fell info the water Saturday when their hoa\ capsized. Their husbands were able to reach shore. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Liz Taylor, Burton to aid NAACP HOLLYWOOD (UPI)— EUza beth Taylor and Richard Burton will make a public appearance on closed television next month on behalf of the National As sociaUon for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP). Oliver Unger, head of the I Freedom Network wliich is producing a "freedon Spectacular" for NAACP said the couple agreed to donate their time late Sunday. It will be the couple's first joint public appearance smce their marriage. The show, which originates from Madison Square Garden May 14, will be relayed to 60 other cities throughout the nation. It will be seen here at the Sports Arena. Unger said the NAACP hoped to raise $1 million with the I show to defray bail bond costs for civil rights demonstrators. Other stars who will appear in dude Harry Belafonte, Nat "King" Cole, Jackie Gleason, Sammy Davis Jr., Ed Sullivan and Sidney Poitier. For farsighted people. People who look ahead usually have one thing in common—a savings account at the bank. Money in a savings account is money you can count on. Next week or next year—it will always be ready when you want it. A sa\Tngs account can help bring you.the things you want in the future-a new car, a new house, or a lifetime of security. To look ahead, put your money where you can be sure of it—in the bank. BANK OF AMERICA REDLANDS BRANCH 20 West State Stnet EAST REDLANDS BRANCH 533 East Palm Avenue cz^/ffjpetia/ HOME CANNING COOKER-CANNER • Perfect for canning low-acid foods with maximum convenience and safety. • Cooks meals for crowds... fast! • Canning basket and complete recipe txiok included. • 16 and 21-qt. sizes. AS LOW AS Redlands Daily Facts Mil, April 2fl, W64 - 9 STUDENT SECRETARIES - These two Redlands High school students (seated) ore part of th« office practices class. Members of this class do on - job training whenever possible. Jean Smega, left, is leroning jwitehboord work and Pat Paouwe, right, does general clerical work in the superintendent's office. Students spend two hours per day in experience training. Standing, left, is Mrs. Alma Grindsfaff who conducts the office practice class. At right it Mrs. Dee Phillips, secretary to the superintendent of schools, who serves .as training supervisor. The on-job program is being highlighted as part of Notional Secretaries Week this week. Take Our Word For If - 79 50 Sfili Buys a Lof of Suit It has to in our store, or it doesn't get on our racks. We're proud — and just a little tough that way — about any of the clothing we sell. For instance, $79.50 buys a whale of a suit in oll-wool or Docron/wool sharkskins, gabardines, worsted or tropical worsteds honestly tailored by Vorsity-Griffon and Town. Too, you're certain to find on appealing muted pattern or plain tone in fashion-approved spring colors that will do everything for you a new suit should do. Besides carrying our label, if isn't going to hurt a bit at $79.50! W- Eugene Malone Roy L Guin Everette J. Fronken for mt dotkt Sine* ^m

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