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Local Notes ltumm «gt Sale April 29. 9 to 5. 23 Cajon. ArtiW SwppDts Picture framing. Alder's Paint and Art Store, 25 E. Slate Street, downtown Hedlands. Ettat* S«l« Household goods, Tuesday and Wednesday; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. 228 W. Fern. x Mtntent Dtmecrafs Meeting tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. in Mentone Woman's clubhouse. Bob Minick will discuss the Ken Dyal campaign. Everyone is welcome. The House Beautiful Look starts with your draperies. Keep them lovely with Professional dry cleaning care. Phone 792-3630 for estimates, during our May Special. Dutch Girl Cleaners. School Board to Meet A regular meeting of the Redlands Unified School district board will be held tomorrow starting at 7:30 p.m. in the board room at Lugonia and Or ange. Free Lumber Scrap lumber will be available at Norton AFB free to the general pubUc on Saturdays be tween 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. Citizens interested in obtaining any o£ the scrap lumber must use the gate on East Third street just west Q£ Alabama or Palm avenues. Assistant professor named mother of year Kni9ht» of the Roundtable Jerry L. Pettis, Republican candidate for Congress, will appear before the B e d 1 a n d s Knights of the Bomidtable to morrow noon at the Elks Club, Mr. Pettis will discuss the "Fu ture of San Bernardino County." lOOF Dinner The local lOOF lodge is spon sormg a poUuck dinner sched uled for 6:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Odd Fellows hall. It is open to the public and cards and other games will follow the dinner hour. Hynson Services Graveside services for N. DuShane Hynson were held Satur day morning at 11 o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park, with Rev. Mark Andrews, officiating. Rev. Andrews was assisted by Dr. Roy Wollam. F. Arthur Cort ner Chapel was in charge. Neugebauer Funeral Funeral services for Claude A. Neugebauer were held Friday at 2 p.m. from Emmerson's Yucaipa Chapel. Kev. William Sloan, pastor of the Yucaipa 1st Baptist church officiated. Assisted by Rev. Mark Hinman. Pallbearers were: Friends of the family. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park. Weather Mrs. Helen Fox Inci became the 1964 "Redlands Mother of the Yeai:" today when she was disclosed as the contest winner] at the regular luncheon meeting of the DowntOBU Redlands asso dation. And Mrs. Inci also has the distinction of being the first mother to be successfully nominated for the honor by a boy. Her son, Stephen Fox, a 16- year-old junior at Redlands High school, authored the letter whici the judges felt was the best 01 the 46 entries submitted in the contest this year. The judges, all members of the Retired Teachers association, also picked honorable mention winners at each grade level where a suitable entry was sub- milted. Honorable mention letter-writers were Emma Hill, 310 E. Pio- need, grade 4; Susan Drysdale, 309 W. State, grade 5; Clark Kreston, 223 Belmont court, grade 6. Barbara Beemer, 755 Cedar, grade 7; Joanne Schaunaman^ 324 W. Mariposa and Charles Ledbetter, 532 Eucalyptus, tied for grade 8. Karen Chappcl, 1325 Clock, grade 9; Carol Dennison, 727 E. Palm and Kaye Phillips, 602 Lido, tied for grade 11. There were no winning entries for high school sophomores of seniors. As "Mother of the Year," Mrs. Inci was honored at lunch eon today and \vill be a focal point of Mothers' Day in Redlands this year. She will receive a $100 gift certificate and her son a S25 gift certificate, re deemable at member stores of the sponsoring Downto«-n Red lands association. Mrs. Inci is an assistant pro versify of Redlands and is a one-year resident of Redlands, eommg here to assume her UR position in September, 1963. She resides at 326-HartzeU. She holds a BA degree from University ot Iowa and a master's degree from University of nimois. She is a member of Phi Beta Kappa and Mortar Board. She has previously held college positions at Eastern Illinois university and Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo. She has also been a public school teacher in Florida. North Carolina, Washington and Illinois. This is the fourth year of the Mother of the Year contest in Redlands. Mrs. Norman Samuel' sen was the first winner in 1961. She was followed by Mrs. Larry H. Hendon in 1962 and Mrs. Mark h. Aadrews in 1963. All three previous winners were se lected on the basis of letters fessor of education at the Uni-'written by their daughters. Backstrand dead of heart attack in Sacramento March 25 65 March 28 70 March 27' _ SO • March 28 S4 March 29 B7 March 30 _ 82 »rarch 31 - 58 Italnfall Temp. 24 S«a- Hourj son 34 .19 30.61 April X April 2 April 3 April -» April S ..... April 6 April 7 April 8 April 9 April 10 — April 11 April 12 April 13 April 14 . 60 . 33 . 67 . 68 . S3 . 63 76 _ 82 83 - 84 :-72 _ 90 90 95 April 15 93 April 18 . April 17 April 18 _ April 19 April 20 April 21 — April 22 April 23 April 24 — 64 April 25 70 April 26 75 April 27 77 62 38 41 44 51 47 43 50 42 38 40 48 40 38 43 48 47 48 45 50 54 57 49 52 52 40 42 43 46 48 42 42 33 44 .45 .02 11.06 11.08 .09 J1.17 .03 11.20 i4nnouncemenf of Services BRAKEBILL. Mrs. Audrey 10:00 a.m. Today VaUey Chapel Loma Linda BRENNER, Charles C. 11:00 a.m. Tuesday Yucaipa Chapel CODY, John J. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Valley Chapel Loma Linda SAMBY, JuUus A. 11:30 a.m. Wednesday HiUside Church at Rose Hills Memorial Park Whittier, Calif. GALLI, Joseph John 2:00 p.m. Wednesday Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 MOOKSIDE AVE. 791-244t SACRAMENTO (UPI)— Sen. L.M. (Lee) Backstrand, of Riverside, died of a heart attack in his Sacramento apartment Sunday afternoon. He was 65. Backstrand and his wife had just returned from a weekend in the Fort Bragg area. His physician. Dr. Glenn Pope, said Backstrand had suffered a previous heart attack in 1961 The Riverside Republican first came to the state Legislature as an Assemblyman in 1932. after eight years in the low chamber, he was elected to the Senate in 1960. He was noted for his knowledge and work in the field of transportation. He was chairman of the Assembly Transportation Committee in 1955 and again in 1959. He had authored legislation dealing with highway and safety as well as a number of laws pertaining to water codes. Backstrand was unopposed in the June 2 Republican primary, and Walter Stutler, assistant secretary of state, said the senator's name would remain on the ballot The County GOP Central Committee to be elected June 2, Stutler said, will choose another candidate to oppose the Democratic candidate in the November general election. Seeking the Democratic nomination are James C. Cook and Leslie L. Summers of Riverside and Leon W. Rosenberg of Palm Springs. His death puts the Senate at 27 Democrats and 12 Republi cans. The $3 billion to $4 billion estimate would apply to the cost of the program over a period of years. Even this period has not been specified. Backstrand is survived by his widow, Dorothy; a son, Leland M. of Riverside; four grandchildren two brothers, Clarence of Riverside and Clifford of Lancaster, Pa.; and a nephew, Harold, a Riverside City councilman, son of Clarence Backstrand. Services were scheduled to be held in Riverside either Thursday or Friday. Backstrand ran an insurance and real estate firm in Riverside when not occupied with legislative matters. He received his B.A. degree from Pomona College in Claremont in 1939. First letter from boy wins mother's award Tlie fnllowmg letter, written by Stephen Fox, 16, won the "Mother of the Year" honors for his mother, Mrs. Helen Fox Inci, a University of Redlands faculty member: My mother should be chosen "Redlands Mother Of The Year" because, in addition to being a good mother, she deserves to be placed in the larger category of "commendable human beings," one who "sees life steadily and sees it whole." My mother was denied her chance to fulfill her desired role Vital Records BIRTHS CREEKMORE — Bom, a daughter, to Jlr. and Mrs. Thomas Creekmore, 24923 Barton road, Loma Linda, April 26, 1964, at Reclands Community hospital. HANLON — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. John Hanlon, P.O. Box 59, Redlands, April 26, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. OAKES — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Don Oakes, 185S2 Orange street, Hesperia, April 27, 1964, at Redlands Commu nity hospital. DEATHS BRENNER — Died' m Loma Linda, CalU., April 24, 1964 Charies C. Brenner, 12607 6th street, Yucaipa, aged 76 years, native of Missouri and rcsi dent of Yucaipa for 38 years Deceased is survived by the following children: Mrs. Pauline Gross of Yucaipa; Merritt Bren ner. La Puenle; Vivian Shaver Jenks, Oklahoma; Gertrude Jan ssen of Rialto; 18 Grandchildren Escapes fire LOS ANGELES (UPI) - Ex- fighter AI McCoy, 72, who won the world's middleweight boxing championship a half - century ago, narrowly escaped flames that destroyed his home Sun day. Announeemenf of Funeral Services MRS. ETHLYN LOUISE SEEGER Graveside services 11 a.m., Tuesday, at Hillside Memorial Park. C. A. ARTHUR BLOEBAUM Services 11:00 a.m., Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. r.MTNUft CORTNER 221 BROOKSlOE AVE. W2-1411 and 7 Great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Em merson Yucaipa Mortuary chap el. Elder Lawrence Scott, pas tor of the Yucaipa S.D.A. church officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery. SMABY — Died in Yucaipa, April 25, 1964, Julius A. Smaby, 12772 17th St. Yucaipa, aged 69 years, native of North Da kota and resident of Yucaipa for 6 years. Deceased is survived- by his wife, Mrs. Gertrude Smaby,of Yucaipa and the following chil dren: Richard E. Smaby, Or ange; 3Irs. Barbara Hodson of Pico Riveria; and the following brothers and sisters: Henry Smaby, Hemet, Calif.; Oly Smaby, Iowa and Ervin Smaby, Los Angeles; Also 7 GrandchUdren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. at the Hillside Church, Rose HiUs Me morial Park, Rev. D w i g h t Poundstone, pastor o 'f the Whittier Presbyterian church, officiating. Interment in Rose Hills Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. GALLI — Died in Redlands, Ap ril 24, 1964, Joseph J. Galli, 121614th St., Yucaipa, aged 76 years, native of California and resident of Yucaipa for 13 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mayme Galli, Yucaipa and bis only daughter Mrs. Nadine Francese, Duncan, Arizona and the following sister, Mrs. Ida Fraschina of San Fran Cisco. Funeral services will be held Wednesday, 2 p.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Rev. Clell Gray, pastor of the Yucaipa Methodist church and assisted by the Yucaipa Valley Grange officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. CODY — Died in Loma Lmda, California, April 23, 1964. John Joseph Cody, 25293 Redlands Blvd., Loma Linda, aged 61 years, native of Butte, Montana, and resident of Loma Linda for 13 months. Deceased is survived by one daughter: Mrs. Janice A. Wright I«ma Linda; one son: Dean R. Cody, Wallace, Idaho; 3 grandchildren and 2 sisters: Mrs. Beatrice York, Loma Linda; Mrs. Marguerite Knapp, McDonougb, Georgia; one brother: George T. Cody, Kent, Wash. Fuaeral services will be held of the traditional homemakcr, and mother of a large family. Since my father's death when I was four, she has grappled cheerfully with the intricacies of life insurance, real estate and income tax — indeed, the whole gamut of head-of-the-household tasks in addition to working full time, going back lo school summers, all the homemaking work and providing me with companionship when I wanted it. She has had less material possessions, less companionship, and less protection than she had known, but she always "makes do" and keeps a steady perspective and outgoingness by not in- dulgmg in bitterness or self- pity. What happens to me concerns her a lot, but not too much; and she doesn't cling to me as can happen to an only child. I doubt if she will be lonely when I go to college, for I have the comfortable feeling that she will, as usual, have several wild enthusiasms going full blast in the hobby line. My mother isn't a fake nor a snob, and she couldn't care less about keeping up with the Joneses. She has never had much time for organized community work but she has, without fanfare, given many hours to tutoring underprivileged children in reading. She always makes my friends feel at home, doesn't embarrass me in pubUc and- only nags about important things. I'm proud of her because she has transformed tragedy into manageable disappointment and has gracefully and nonchalantly fulfilled heavy and unexpected responsibilities. Steve Fox Age 16 Junior at Redlands High School Cope chess ployerswin toumdmenf The Cope Chess (Hub hosted the Franklin Junior Ifigh Chess Club of San Bernardino recently at Cope Junior. High School for a Cbess Tournament The final score was Cope 14- Franklin 3. The following students played tournament games against Franklin: Carol Bare, Carolyn Freeman, Chris Okusako, Kim berly Ogden, Dale Keim, Tod Rodgers, Bob Barricklow, Jerry McClellan, Ray Morris, Mike Kassner, Don Isaak, and Dennis Crowe. This is the second tournament with Franklin that Cope has won. So far Cope has won all tournaments in which it has played. The Cope Chess Club was also honored by the presence of Steven Skrypzak, of the San Bernardino Chess Club. He gave an exhibition of C3iess, playing six boards simultaneously. Services set for Mrs. Hayton Funeral services for Mrs. Arthwell C. (Frances Elaine) Hayton, 40, will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Redlands Seventh Day Adventist Church. Mrs. Hayton, who bad been under a doctor's care, died at home, 210 Belmont court. Redlands, Friday. Her husband, who survives her, is an attorney with offices in Loma Linda. Iliey have four children, all under the age of 15 — Vi'iSiim C, Bruce A., Geoffi-ey 0. and Theresa E. She is survived by her mother, Mrs. Lillian M. Squire of Loma Linda and by her father, William A. Owen, North Platte, Nebraska. She was a graduate of the Loma Linda school of nursing. The Haytons have lived in Red lands for 12 years. The church funeral will be fol lowed by private services at Montecito Memorial Park. Hughes Mortuary of Loma lin da is in charge of arrangements. Rreinbam wider inyesKgatton A fire which destroyed a bam at Central and Cook streets Sunday is under investigation today, the fire Department reported. The blaze was the last of three weekend fires believed started by youngsters. Two of the fires were set deliberately, a Fire department official said. Witnesses to the 4:45 p.m bam fire yesterday reported seeing boys run from the building about the time the blaze was discovered. The bam and its contents were owned by John V. Churchill of Fairfield. Lumber, tires, paint, oil and kerosene stored inside the 30 by 45 foot wood structure fed the flames. Unoccupied living quarters upstaks was also destroyed. The bam is located in an open field and no other stiiictures were endangered. The bam fire occurred less than a half-hour after cWldten playing with matches acciden taUy set fire to a bed at 1021 Tribune street, the Fire department reported. Flames quickly spread from the bed to drapes and to the wall. There was no stractural damage, but the bed and drapes were ruined. Firemen received the alarm at 4:20 p.m. Children were also believed responsible for what appeared to be a deliberately set fire at Smiley School about 9:45 p.m Saturday. Trash cans located in a fenced area and. next to the school building were ignited, the Fire department said. 'There was no damage fo the school. Furnace Fire Redlands firemen were summoned to the Albert J. Kuhn residence, 1716 ElizabeUi street, about 6:20 a.m. Sunday when a furnace motor in the attic overheated. There was no damage to the house. at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Emmerson Valley Chapel, Elder J. C. Michalenko, Associate pastor of the Loma Linda Hill church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. BLOEBAUM — Died in Redlands, Calif., April 28, 1964, C. A. Arthur Bloebaum, 127 North Center street, aged 79 years, native of St. Charles, Missouri and resident of Redlands for 16 years. Funeral services will be Thursday mommg at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, Rev. Harry G. Suttner, pas tor of the First Congregational church, officiating. Interment will be in St. Charles, Mo. ABOUT THIS QUESTION: We stopped at a way side to eat. A delightful wooded retreat Later that day A most painful display Poison Ivy . . . head to feet! Would a Trip Accident Policy have protected me? For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver. Wilcoxson & Davis, inc., 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. Burglars take paint on building job Burglaries at two constmctioa sites m Redlands v/erc reported to police Sunday. An estimated $719 worth of paint was removed from the ga rage of a home under construction on Sherwood street near Fern avenue. About 230 gallons of paint and three ladders were taken. Lewis E. McKee, building a home at 200 Westwood lane, informed police that lumber and cement valued at $76 were stolen from the property between Saturday and Sunday. Vandalism reports under investigation Redlands police are investigating the complaints of five home owners who reported that vandals threw oranges at their houses between 9:10 a.m. and 9:34 p.m. Sunday. Two of Uie victims said the oranges were tossed by suspects in a passing car. Similar incidents were reported at 101 Westwood lane, 322 Franklin, 1751 Ford, 144 JDlton and 35 Sheryl Lane. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Sgt. Hendrick in Germany Army Sgt. Rolland E. Hendrick, 24, son of Mrs. Lucille C. Hurst, Redlands, is participating in Exercise SPRING BOARD, a two-week command post training exercise with the Seventh U.S. Army at Stutgart, Germany, ending April 30. The exercise is designed to perfect standing operational procedures and evaluate communi cation procedures. Sergeant Hendrick, overseas since April 1963 on this tour of duty, is regularly stationed near Heilbronn, Germany, as a radio-teletype team chief m the lOIst Ordnance Battalion's 23d Ordnance Company. He entered the Army in February 1957. His wife, Elisabeth, is living in Germany. Redlands Daily faefs HOL. April 27, 1964 - 5 Two hurt in cat mishap Two. people received injuries in a single car accident Saturday afiemooa on Highway 99 just mt of the Ford street off ramp." Alexander J. Franco, 2?, of Downey, was eastbouad when he apparently tost control of :his automobile and went into a slide striking a concrete bridge abutment, according to the California Highway Patrol. Franco received moderate in juries and his passenger, Fran ces Grotbe, 21, of Downey was listed as serious. Both were taken to Redlands Community Hos- piUI by Redlands ambulance service. The vehicle received extensive damage to the front end and left side. CHP officers E, Hounsell and Joe Kmg conducted the investigation. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPi)^ Stocks improved substantially in the finallour today but most prices still were below Friday's levels. Steels were off fractions for the most part. Chrysler and American Motors held fractional gains but Ford and General Motors retreated around 1. Du Pont shed a point but Eastman Kodak, Allied Chemical and Union Carbide showed litUe change. IBM, Motorola, Zenith and Minneapolis-Honeywell retreated. Control Data bounced back from an early loss and moved higher. Airline shares posted small gains in the opening hours but then retreated only to move up from the lows be fore the close. IS M«>t ActlT. Slack. (Dow-Jones Service. Covriesy htiter. Bran. * C».> 205 E. State Volame Close Cbni. MS.COd Tex. CBlf SBlph. 47 -i-r I04rfl)« Chrriler 43H unch a-.iOO B.CJI. — SJ'i 7«..5e» Srtrry Band 13 =i 61,100 Tord 5.-,'i .-)7.30» Pan Am. Air Tisi 4!),tO» Cent. Air. — 24 44.000 Penna. K.R. 3BH 43.400 Gen. Motor. «2 4IJ00 Cortla Pub _ llTi 40,1(K> West. Elec. 3iVt 3B,B00 N.r. Central 33'i XSfiOt Amtr. Air iRU 33,300 Control Data SO 32,800 Socony Mobile _ 7S!i — ?i -Hi + Vk — 3 — — ' -I'i -l-l'i -!-3<« Dow Jones Stock Averages High Lew Cle««:Chgs 3C id 817.68 807.718U.8T off 3.02 20 rr 196.45193.62194.94 oft 1.24 15 util 140.40 138.99 139.54 off 0.41 65 Stic 286.06 282.52 284.03 off 1.20 Sales today were about 5.07 million shares compared with 5.81 million'shares Friday. Oails^iikfiitti :s wn.I.IAM G. MOORE. PuWtaBet. FRANK E. MOOae. Editor. Publlahed every neninc metpi. Sunday) at facts bulldiof. TOO Brook- aide at Center. Itedlanda. California Founded October 23. UM. 74Ui year. Entered sa Mcond clan matter October 23, 1890, at the Port Office at Bedlanda. California, under act of s,hreh 3. lana. St/BSCRiPTION KATK iln Advanrei By Canlct l>allTeiy on* W«nU « l-M Tkrea Mantk. 4.Sa Six Manlha *J» 0am year By MaU One Maath f IJa Oaa Tear l*M Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Rediands Still ill county Redlands and its environs COE tinue to be the Republicai sfrongholds in San Beraardir > county with only Upland in ti !3 west end remaining an islaul of Republicanism in that pail of the countiry. Registration figures for thp June 2 primary show that Redlands \riU have 14,077 eligibb voters in that election, of whic i 7,950 are Republican/and SJii are Democrats. The remainder are miscellaneous or decline-tr- state-party -affiliatioD, accord • to the records of Mrs. Eleanor Fclton, county registrar of vo'- ers. In San Bernardino county a a whole, there are 213,641 registered voters with - relative strength of Democrats to Republicans remaining a. b o u t th 2 same ratio as in the past — roughly 7 Democrats to 5 Re publicans. The greatest total increase i\ voters since 1962 is 5.408 m thj 73rd assembly district of whici Redlands is a part. At the same time, registrc- tion in the 72nd district, whici is part of San Bernardino, th; city of Colton and the west en I of the county, has increased by only 258 since April, 1962. Redlands itself has grown by 625 since 1962, But cities suc'i as San Bemardmo, Colton an I Needles have decreased in rec- istrations in the past two years From a party standpoint, there are just 86,068 registerel Republicans to 121,201 Demc- crats in the county. And, while Redlands and thi rest of the third supervisori:! district which includes Lomi Linda, Mentone and Yucaipi have a Repubh'can lead of 18547 to 14,109, it's Uie only super­ visorial district in that category. The city of San Bernardino contributes the heaviest Democratic majority wiUi 25,444 1 1 13 .960 Republican although CoN ton has a 3-1 ratio with 4,930 ti 1,559. In total registrations, San Ber- nardmo leads the county wifi 40,481, Ontario is second wifi 20.961 and Redlands is tUrd wifi 14,077. Upland is fourth wit.i 9,185. SELL IT TOMORROW Witii low - cost Classified Adj « PLUMBER 3ENER0US M0WIUJN6UY THENeeos OF YOUR' LCOMMUNITY iPLUMBINGCa tKUX. S20 TEXAS 5T. HEOums .eAUP. HOME LOANS Rediands Federal, with more than 74 years experi* ence in home financins is well equipped to assist yon in arranging home loan terms to suit your fncom* Come in anytime and talk over your home awnership plans—we will be happy to lend a hilpinf hand. IMPROVEMENT LOANS Convenient home improvemtnt loans can be arranged quickly lo luit your speciiic needs, even though you hove a mortgage on yoor home. Be a smart bird, step in et any of cur four convenient offices. SAnKOS & ItOAK ASSOCX&TIOK Radlandt Hem* Offic* FMHi Sf. 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