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April 25, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 5

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Local Notes Garaa* Sale Beginning Saturday at 9 a.m. Old oak tables, commodes, china, glass, copper, sUver, etc. C6 W. Sunset drive. j Wanted, '34 grads More Classmates are needed to help plan the 30-year reunion of the Redlands high school class of 1934, it was reported to day. A second planning committee meeting will be held Wednes day, April 29, 7:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. Louise Matthews, 602 Juniper court. 1*St Chevrolet Station Wagon Clean, low mileage. 792-3357. x VchicIt Fire Firemen extinguished a blaze in an automobile owned by Uoyd Beal, 619 New York street, last night at 7:30 p.m. The vehicle was on Redlands boulevard just west of Alabama street when a backfire possibly caused the fire. Cinco de Mayo events planned for May 2 Mexican Fiesta Dance Tonight 9 to 1 a.m. Joe Perez orchestra. St. Mary's Hall. s Echo 2 in the West At 8:03 p.m. today Echo will be West of Redlands, 32 degrees above the horizon, moving southeast. Sunday at 8:38 p.m. the satellite will be west, 43 degrees, moving south east These predictions are from the National Aeronautics and Space Administration com puter at Goddard Space Center in Mar3'Iand. Rummage Sale April 29, 9 to 5, 23 Cajon. s Caribbean Film »t Valley Eric Pavel, authority on South America, will present his color film, "Six Gateways to the Caribbean," in the San Bemar-, dino Valley college forum-lecture series Thursday at 7:40 p.m. in the college auditorium. Auto Theft A delivery vehicle o^ned by Hockridge Florists was stolen from 106 West State street about 10:30 p.m. last night, according to a police report today. The vehicle was recovered two hours later in the 500 block of Netting ham Drive. The gay colors and happy sounds from south of the border will be captured in downtown Redlands next Saturday in that once-a-year celebration commemorating Cinco de Mayo. There'll be food booths along downtown streets, featuring au thentic and tasty Mexican foods of all descriptions, starting at 10 a.m. There'll be floats, bands, drill teams and mounted groups in the annual Cinco de Mayo pa rade through downtown Redlands at noon. There'll be the strolling Mariaches — those happy musicians — adding their special gaiety to the area from 2 to 6 p.m. But darkness won't end the celebration. For at 8 p.m. Tony Garcia and his band will move into action for the giant street dance imtil midnight It will again be held on State street between 5th and 6th. This will mark the third year that Redlands has had a Cinco de Mayo celebration. Again, it is imder the joint auspices of the Downtown Redlands association and Philip Marmolejo Legion Post 650. Final plans are still in the making but Co-chairmen Nor man Martinez and Bill Cruz noted that there are already more than 20 entries In the Saturday parade and nearly dozen more are expected before the deadline. Mr. Martinez emphasized that late entries may contact him at 420 W. Redlands boulevard—but must do so by April 28. The colorful parade will form at the YMCA and roU out at noon. Its route will be west on Citrus to Fourth, north to Slate, east on SUte to Ninth, then back to the YMCA. Mr. Martinez said a reviewing stand wilt be erected on State street where parade entries will be judged. Trophies will bs given in various categories. He noted that there are a greater variety of entries this year than last. An incomplete list of entries includes: Los Charros, a mounted group from San Bernardino; Patches the Clown, a unicycle act from San Bernardino; Smiley's Cub Scout pack 11; the Model A club of Redlands-San Bernardino; Sociedad Progresista Logia No. 8 (float entry Redlands. House of Neighborly Service (float entry) Redlands; Las Diamantes, a teenage girls marching group. Riverside; Drumatics, a drummer-majorette group of girls from Ontario; Patricia Neuman, mounted junior, Mentone. A. C. and Mary Byers, mounted matched pair from Rl alto; Redlands Job's Daughters Drill team; Sturges Jr. high drill team, San Bernardino; Fuggowee Indian Tribe, costumed, Fontana. Marsha Snyder, mounted jun ior, Redlands; YWCA Don nettes, San Bernardino major ette group; Franklin junior high marching group with talking drums," San Bernardino; Tex Bodine, riding an American saddle-bred parade horse, Rialto. Saddle Scamps, junior mounted group. West Covina; Legiohettes, drill team from Redlands Legion Post 650 — and the Terrier marching band from Redlands high and the Thunderbird marching band from Yucaipa high. Scrambled eggsi two tons of them on highway Two tons of eggs were scrambled and a portion of them fried last m'ght when a truck overturned and burned on U.S. Highway 99 near Live Oak Cazqwn road. Driver of the truck, Robert 0. Kerr, 15836 Valley boulevard. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday. Apr. 25^ 1MM( Daylight Savings time sets clock ahead an hour Vital Records DEATHS SEEGER — Died in Los An geles. Calif., April 24, 1964, Jfrs. EthljTi Louise Seeger, 3524 Avenue "A", Yucaipa, aged 62 years, native of Springfield, Ohio, and resident of Yucaipa and vicinity for 22 years. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Mrs. Linda Dunkleberger, Baldwin Park; two sons, Robert Seeger, and Richard Seeger, Yucaipa; a sister. Miss Frances Markley, Bend, Oregon; and 5 grandchildren. Graveside services wiU be held Tuesday morning at II o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. Tonight is it — the beginning of Daylight Sayings time. Or the m'ght everybody loses an hour's sleep. What to do? Either set those clocks AHEAD an hour, before going to bed tonight, or set them AHEAD at 1 a.m., or do it first thing tomorrow morning. But remember. This is Sprmg. So in Spring, the clock "springs forward" into Daylight Savings time. Thus, Sunday viiU actually be the shortest day of the year — just 23 hours long. That hour of sleep lost tonight will stay lost now until the last Sunday in October. There will perhaps be a bit of difficulty in getting up on time for tiie next few days, too. For that early morning sun shine will now be late evenius sunsUne instead. There'll be time in the evening to play golf or tennis — or to get those lawn and yard chores done. Court reporters to get raise Official court reporters in San Bernardino County will be paid $10,600 a year as the result of Assembly Bill 72, au thored by Assemblyman Stewart Hinckley of Redlands and signed by Governor Edmund Brown tUs week. The present salary is $9,600. The bill also provides that a temporary reporter "shall be paid S40 a day for the days he actually is on duty under order of the court." Cuban refugees want to become U.S. citizens Weather March 2S _ Much IS „ March 27 „ March Sa _ March 29 „ March 30 _ March 31 _ April 1 Apru a April 3 _ April 4 April 5 April 6 April 7 AprU » . April 9 April 10 April 11 April 12 AprU 13 April 14 April is . April 18 April IT April IB April 19 April 20 April 21 April 22 AprU 23 . April 24 AprU 25 Temp. 65 34 70 38 80 41 Bi 44 87 51 82 47 58 43 60 50 59 42 67 38 68 40 5S 48 63 40 78 38 82 45 85 48 B4 47 72 48 SO 45 90 50 95 54 95 57 84 49 75 52 68 52 68 40 68 42 77 .43 69 46 62 48 64 42 63 42 Jtalnfan 24 Sea. Bours son .19 10.61 .45 .02 11.06 11.08 SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost aassified Ads Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Naranjo, who fled empty-handed from Cuba and were brought to Red lands by the First Methodist Church in 1963, want to become American citizens. The couple has now applied for citizenship. In addition, they have been received into the membership of the Redlands First Methodist Church. Their son, Reuben, is doing well in school and is active in Boy Scout Troop 4, sponsored by the Methodist Men. But their life in Redlands has not been without hardship. An accounting position at the Cone Camp in Mentone was Biped out when Congress, discontinued the Bracero program. Then followed fruitless job hunting—always being turned down because he did not understand English well enough. Fmally, he obtained work as an orderly at Redlands (immunity hospital. Mr. Naranjo is studying English and is looking fons'ard to the day when he can return to his profession as an accountant. Mrs. Naranjo is a trained beautician, but due to language difficulty was unable to pass the tests required in English, She is presently employed by the Saga Food Service at the University of Redlands. King to head campaign Robert O. Ox)ley, candidate for the Democratic C^ongres- sional nomination, today announced the appointment of Karl F. King, San Bernardino Attorney, as his campaign chairman. Mr. King, a native of San Bernardino who has practiced law in that city since 1927, was campaign chairman for Rep, Harry R. Sheppard in 1960 and 1962. Summer school scheduled for Redlands >lnnouncement of Services BRENNER, Charles C. 11:00 a.m. Tuesday Yucaipa Chapel BRAKEBILL, Mrs. Audrey Services Pending Valley (^apel Loma Linda GALLI, Joseph John Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel CODY John J. Services Pending Valley Chapel Loma Linda Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 709 MOOKStOf AVE. 7914441 TEMPORARY'JOB GLOUCESTER, Mass. (UPI) —When H. Philip Sawyer went to work for the city, he was warned that the laborer job was only temporary. After 40 years, he's still on the job, though in the interim he had risen to high way superintendent >lnnounce.'nent of Funeral Services N. DUSHANE HYNSON Graveside services 11 a.m., Saturday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. ETHLYN LOUISE SEEGER Graveside services 11 a.m., Tuesday, at Hillside Memorial Park. r.ARTIIDR CORTNER For the second year, a gen^ eral summer school for ele mentary youngsters is being scheduled in the Redlands school district. Classes in general education wil be held for grades 1-6, four hours each day at the Clement Junior hi^ school, from July through August 7, a total of SVt weeks. In addition to the general classes, there will be reading improvement for grades 4, 5, 6, two hours each day, and capable learners, grades 5 and 6, four hours daily. Others include speech therapy for the physicaly hand!' capped, individual instruction, grades 1-6, four hours daily, and instrumental and choral music for grades four through six. The music program will be just one hour each day trom June 22 to August 7 and will be held on the Senior high campus. Floyd Alien, principal of Smiley school, will be principal of the elementary summer school program this year. STARLIGHTERS SUPPER PROGRAM TUESDAY Miss Gladys Hardy vrill show pictures of her trip to Australia and New Zealand at the Tuesday evening salad supper and meeting of Starlighters club of Copa del Oro chapter. Order of the Eastern Star. Members are asked to bring a salad, table service and a "Star Sister". For informatioo, telephone Vera Jenkins, chairman, 792-3133, and for transportation, telephone steUa Garrett, president Facts aassified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-2221 Son of Redlands couple writes book on GOP m BBOOBIDE AfL« FT Z-I4II OaUji^iikriidg WILUAM C. MOoaX. PnbUihcr. FBANK E. MOOBS. Cditor. Published netr crcnnic (azctvt Simdayl at Facts bnildlos, TOO Brook, side at Center. Badlaoda. California. Founded October S3. UM, 74tb year. Entered as aMead elaai matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at RedUads. CalUemta, mider act of March 3. 1878. SVBSCRIPnoiT SATB (In Advancei Br Catftcr DtOnrr Ou% MenM I iM Tkree Maatta 4M Six KraO* IM, Oa* Tear — l«4t Oae Oae Teas - ISJ* "The RepubUcan Party, 18541964," by George Hillman Mayer, professor of history at Purdue University, has just been published by the Oxford University Press (S9.75). Professor Mayer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. George Mayer, 526 Brookside avenue. Redland;. PubUshcrs data sheet on the book says that it is the objec live account of an American political party, how it came in to being, how and why it has been successful or unsuccessful, increased its strength or changed its purposes. Since American politics is more often a contest of personalities than not, the book abounds with iu' dividual portraits and skillful character delineations. Much of the information was researched from private papers, and per^ sonal mterviews, which gives a warm, human quality to the book. The author does not rcpre^ sent bis book either as a paean of praise or a literary assassin ation of the G.O.P. Nor is it a technical study on party operation for the benefit of political scientists. He has attempted to give the reading public a narrative ac count, replete with personal ities and measured analysis, of the sidewise locomotion by which any major American political party moves through history. Since the Republicans have been either in or out of office smce 1854, and either for or against every major issue since that time, what the au thor really has written is very encompassing political his tory of our country in the last one hundred years. Solidly writ ten and sprightly told, "The Republican Party, 1854-1964" is both pleasurable and infonna' live reading. Professor Mayer, a member of the Purdue History Department since 1946, is also the author of "The Political Carrer of Floyd B. Olsen", (1949), and co-author, with Department Chairman Walter 0. Forster, of 'The United States hi the Twentieth Century" (1956). (Jeorge Mayer, however, does not dwell exclusively in the academic "ivory tower" of historical research. An avid football fan, (he can be classified as a singlewing conservativo of the Howard Jones Party), he supplies the color background each fall for the football broadcasts from Purdue. He is a lover of grand opera, usually voting a straight Verdi ticket but, as befits a Cali- fomian, sometimes cross-filing in favor of PuccinL For physic al activity, he wages ceaseless war on crabgrass and par. Some of his friends fed that bis true genms is in the field of teaching and writing His tory. Fontana, was not Injured. The truck is owned by the Olsen Brothers Egg company. California Highway Patrol officer Joe King reported that Kerr was west bound, on Highway 99 about 7 p.m. when he lost control of the two-ton ca pacity truck on a curve just east of Live Oak Canyon road. The truck skidded on its side a distance of 240 feet The truck's tires caught fire and the blaze spread to the load of crated eggs. State Forestry crews from Mentone and Yucaipa extinguished the blaze. Firemen stood knee deep in crushed eggs, crumpled card board cartons and twisted wire crates as they struggled to remove the load from the overturned truck. Impact of the collision tore the metal roof from the truck van. Firemen ripped away the remaining walls to get at the fire. Officer King said the wreckage blocked the westbound lanes and that traffic in both direc tions was slowed for more than three hours. Vehicles traveling toward Redlands were rerouted onto eastbound lanes. The acci dent occurred in a section of U.S. 99 where freeway construe tion is in progress. Gutters along the north side of the highway ran yellow with the yolks of thousands of broken eggs. The truck was completely loaded and it was a complete loss," Officer King stated. Leonard Harder to command Y.F.W.post Veterans of Foreign Wars Redlands Post 2062 held the annual election of officers Thursday at the home of Commander Roy Stewart. The following members were elected, and will assume office in June at the time of the Department con vention. Commander, Leonard Harder, 1315 Campus ave.. Sr. Vice Comm., Edward G. Vandc- Berg; Jr. Vice Comm. Harvey G. Patterson; <}uartennaster, Frank M. Neu; Surgeon, Vme ous Hollinrake; Chaplain, Mar- ccllus Weis; Judge Advocate, Bernard P. Samson; Trustee Donald Ring. Joint installation with the Ladies Auxiliary of Post 2062 will be held Monday, May 7:30 p.m. at the American Le gion Hall, comer State and Texas. Installing officer for the Post 2062 will be the Third District Commander John Larimer, The public is invited. EGGS, ANYONE? — There were eggs for everyone at the intersection of Live Oak canyon road and Highway 99 last night. Two tons of them were dumped to the pavement and smashed into one gooey mess when the driver of this Olson Bros, truck lost control on th*. curve and the truck flipped on its side. A resulting fire brought crews from State Forestry units at Yucaipa and Mentone to the scene. One of the firemen is shown here op to his knees in broken eggs trying to help clear the highway. The eggs formed a river of yellow — not gold — along the curbing. The driver was not infored but the eggs were a total loss, (Facts photo by Ron Kibby) Explorers to be honored at dinner tonight Scholar to speak at U.R. Renaissance scholar Dean Ernest A. Strathmann of Pomona College will speak at the University of Redlands in observance of Shakespeare's 400th Anniversary celebration, Tuesday. Dr. Strathmann. Dean of the Faculty and prof, of English at Pomona will discuss "Our Shakespeare" in the Memorial Chapel at 10 a.m. The public is invited free. The first Explorer Troop of the Graybacfc Boy Scout Council to complete an Emergency Service Program will be honored tonight at a potluck dinner meeting at the Mountain Home Village Community Center. Members of Explorer Moun tain Search and Rescue Post 18 will receive their distinctive search and rescue jackets as well as "Ready" arm badges during a court of honor follow ing the 6:30 p.m. dmner. The Emergency Service program sponsored by the Grayback Council prepares high school age scouts to be of aid in time of a natural disaster. Scouts will compete framing in mobilization, communications, rescue, first aid, public safety, and physical fitness. Sgt. Willard Farquhar, commander of the Sheriffs Substa­ tion in Yucaipa and a member of the San Gorgonio Search and Rescue Team, will present the jackets and awards. In addition to Sgt Farquhar, other special guests will include San Gorgonio District Ranger Robert Reese, Chief Scout E.x- ccutive Robert Nicholson, and Thomas Mayfield, president of the San Gorgonio Search and Rescue Team. The guests wiH be accompanied by their wives. 1 TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through aassified Ads. About People Robert Ferris, Redlands High school mathematics instructor, and students Bill Goldie, Van Harper and Jon Ball parllci pated in Mathematics Day at Claremont Men's college today. Mrs. Cecil Cuihmin, 2 East Cypress avenue, has left to spend the summer months at Oceanside. She plans a short visit with her son, Cecil Cashman, Jr., and bis family in Riverside before going on to Oceanside. Pvt. John L. O'Neill, II, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert J. O'Neill, 1327 Opal Way. Mentone, completed a 12-week parachute packing course at the Army (Quartermaster School, Fort Lee, Va., April 22. O'Neill was trained to inspect repair and maintain cargo parachutes and air drop eqiupment He entered the -Army in July 1963 and completed basic training at Fort Ord, Calif. He is a 1963 graduate of Redlands High SchooL Sellers 'satisfactory' HOLL'ifWOOD (UPI) — Doctors have not yet decided when British actor Peter Sellers can leave the hospital where he con- tinnes to show daily improvement since his almost fatal Donald W. Hamplen, firt control technician seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Archie Hampton, 25787 Los Verdes, Redlands, is serving aboard the anti-submarine warfare aircraft carrier USS Wasp presently undergoing a Fleet Rehabilitatioh and Maintenance (FRAM) overhaul m the Boston Naval Shipyard. heart atUck. Sellers, 38, suffered the attack April 16. His conditon is listed as "satisfactory." Let Us Show You the BEST NEW-CAR VALUE in BEAUMONT TEST THE BEST $mmMm— Take A Discovery Drive Af H. FLOYD BROWN Let Us Show You the BEST NEW-CAR DEALS in BEAUMONT INC. 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