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Redlands Daily Fotts 4-Saliirtoy, May 2, 1964 Stocks make small gain in week \EW YORK (UPD- The stock market finished with a small gain this week despite three substantial declines. Prices continued last Friday's retreat in the opening session but then improved on Tuesday only to retreat on both Wednesday and Thursday. Trading was routine Friday until a Jale buying spree pushed prices sharply higher and nudged the popular averages slightly above last week's closing levels. A number of analysts csti mated the reaction which began last week would carry the Dow-Jones industrial average back down to tlie SOO level, but Friday's rally seemed to indicate that perhaps the reaction stage was over and prices were ready to advance again. Although the business and economic outlook continues good, some brokers feel the market may be becoming slightly jaded. They cite its mild response to U. S. Steel's twofold increase in per share earnings for the first quarter and General .Motor's record first quarter report. However, they also cite the market's strong reaction to unfavorable news and rumors. There was a brief spell of heavy selling Wednesday when rumors spread through the financial community that the Federal Ileserve Board was about to boost the margin requirement from 70 to 90 per cent. The rumor turned out to be false. Dow-Jones industrial average advanced 2.21 to 817.10. Rails gained 0.32 to 195.50 but uUlt- tics slipped 0.32 to 139.63. Stand' ard & Poor's 500 stock index- added 0.42 to 80.17. Volume totaled 2r,7-<G,760 shares compared with 29,013,380 shares last week and 22,967,091 shares in the same week last year. Of the 1,514 issues traded, 538 advanced, 107 to new 1964 highs and SOI declined, 144 to new lows. FIRE FIGHTER — This life-sized ifafue stands today in Crestline where citizens dedicated it Monday to forest fire fighters, to the inmate crews of Pilot Rock ond other conservation camps operated jointly throughout California by the State Department of Corrections and Division of Forestry. Crews of the Pilot Rocic camp near Crestline have helped battle forest fires to a holt at the borders of the resort town and have cut a giant fire break north of the community to protect it and other towns from future forest fire explosions. Through California, crews from similar camps — selected volunteers serving felony sentences in the state prison system — battle fire, fight insect pestilence and periform other conservation chores the stote could not otherwise afford. WASHINGTON Lodge seen Oregon victor in editors' poll Drugs worth $700,000 nabbed TIJU.ANA, Mexico (UPI) Two Tijuana men were being held today on charges of possessing 5700,000 worth of narcotics which police said was destined for the United States. Salomon Sandez Garcia, 28, and Amulfo Navarro Arreola, 19, were arrested late Thursday as they stepped out of a car in the south part of town. Police said each man was armed with 22 caliber revolvers and a sawed-of£ shotgun was discov cred in the trunk of the vehicle. Officers said the men were carrying suitcases which con tained 100 pounds of marijuana, 42 ounces of heroin and 16 ounces of cocaine. By Bruce Biossat WASHINGTON - (NEA) Forty-five per cent of editors who venture opinions on the matter say Ambassador Henry| Cabot Lodge will win the May 15 Oregon presidential primary against a field of five. Some 38 per cent think Ari zona's Sen. Barry Gold^vatcr, presently the overwhelming front runner in national con vention delegate strength, will win the Oregon test and its prize of 18 votes. These are among additional major findings taken from New- paper Enterprise Association's first 19S4 political poU of edi tors of its several hundred daily newspaper clients. I * rox WtST CO*ST THf iTW cflUfORnifl SAN aCRNAROINO HELD OVER 3rd BIG WEEK Today And Sunday Cont. from 5 p.m. Now Playinq! WINNER of ACADEMY AWARDS ['BEST COMEDY EVER MADE!' Tom JoflPd at 4:30. — NtMTlWttt, IMS p.m. The wthole world loee9 Tom . jones! Altai "Dcfiait lilaad" As for the June 2 California primary, where 86 delegates votes go in a block to the winner, 76.6 per cent of those voicing a preference believe Goldwater will be the victor. The rest, of course, give the honors to New York's Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, the only other candidate on the ballot. There can be no write-ins in California for Lodge or any one else. Most political observers have felt that if Goldwater wins both Oregon and California, his nomination on the GOP ticket at San Francisco is assured. Many (eel a California triumph by itself is enough to put him over the top if he holds at hiis current estimated levels. Nevertlieless, 62 editors who think Goldwater will win both the Oregon and California pri maries say the nomination ultimately will go to another can^ didate — cither Lodge, Richard Nixon, or Gov. William Scranton of Pennsylvania. In tallying Lodge the likely Oregon winner by a fairly close numerical margin — 121 to 102 — responding editors were in tunc with the latest public opio ion surveys within Oregon which show the ambassador drawing upward of 40 per cent of the GOP popular vote. In California, similar polls show Lodge — not on the ballot—leading Goldwater by several points. Editors from the .Alidwesl contributed nearly a third of Lodge's total in the NEA survey on the Oregon primary. The South, the Pacific coast and the Middle Atlantic area followed in that order. Goldwater says GOP must have South to win ATLANTA (UPI)-Scn. Barry Goldwater, R-Ariz., today urged Uie Republican party to accept the fact that the only way to win the 1964 presidential elee tion is to break the Democratic grip on the South. The Arizona conservative made the statement in a keynote address to the Georgia Republican convention. Predicting that the South will reject a position as a "satellite of the northern liberal Democratic party," Goldwater said Soutliem voters will demand a strong voice in GOP ranks. The Arizona Republican said the South now has nothing in common with the Democrats. A new and different conservatism is rising to displace the old, rural traditional — almost hereditary — conservatism of the Democrats," Goldwater told the Georgia state GOP convention. Southerners resent the gradu al takeover of the Democratic party by "liberal and radical' forces. Goldwater said. Earlier at a S25-platc break fast Goldwater charged that the Johnson administration was using top secret information for political purposes. He said the classified information tliat has been released concerned U.S. reconnaissance flight!! over Cuba. Goldwater said that as a senator, he had placed his hand on a Bible and swore not to divulge the information. Goldwater, in obviou.<; refer ence to an incident with a radio newsman Friday night, referred to it as "rudeness.' Nancy Haas, Virginia Budd win Bank America awards VIRGINIA BUDD Nancy Haas of Yucaipa high school won a $500 second place award and Virginia Budd of Redlands high won a $250 third place award in the finals of the Bank of America Achievement Award scontest. The winners were disclosed last night at a Disneyland hotel banquet after students had participated in day-long judging panels. Awards were based on ability of students to discuss topics related to their studies and upon scholarship, leadership, outside activities and group inter^-icws. Miss Haas, the daughter of Mrs. Charles Haas, 33711 Washington drive in Yucaipa, earned her $500 prize in the fine arts category. Miss .Budd, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Budd, 1409 Pacific, earned her $230 award in the vocational arts field. Urban M. Derkum of Redlands, secretary-treasurer of Sage's, was one of the south­ land civic leaders who participated oa the final panel of judges. San Bernardino froubles Quimby races clock fo undo law passed in '63 SACRAME.VTO (PCNS) —; Assemblyman John P. Quimby, Rialto Democrat, is racing the .legislative clock in an effort to The radio newsman had tried undo a law he worked for dur- to put a microphone in front o(\i„^ ,ho isa tP ^inn him, but Goldwater pushed away. I A wit Wf IT COAST TKtATW • UICotmSltMl .n '.l.<33I Wctk D»r« Conl. front 7 P. M. Sit. >nil Sun. C«nt from J P. .M. WAIT DISNEY AUGER TECHNICOLOR iei »64Will Oiincy Praductioni Alio — In Calor. Tony lUndall "THE BRASS BOTTLE" For AU tho FamUr Goldwatcr's support also comes markedly from the heavily responsive Midwest, from the South, and from the Plains states. Only 11 editors think Rockc feller can take first place in Oregon, and four of these speak for Pacific coast news papers. Nixon, newly cranked up with an organizational effort in Oregon and the lead choice of NEA client editors to gain the presidential nomination, is the pick of 29 editors to win the Oregon affair. In the sampling on the California primary, Goldwater pulled a third of his support (as probable winner) from mid western editors, 22 per cent from tlie South, 11 per cent each from the Plains and Pacific coast areas. Only in the Middle Atlantic states do as many as a third of responding editors fiii-e Rocky a chance to win in California. In the South, just 17 per cent think he can bring that one off. Jack McHenry, editor of the Bremerton (Wash.) Sun, who picked Lodge to win in Oregon, comments: 'Sly bunch is that Lodge is giving the Republicans the break they needed — by staying out of the country and letting others pound the streets for him." William G. Kreger, managing] editor of the World in Coos Bay, Ore., was among those who maintain that Goldwater will take the Oregon delegates May 15. He writes: "As of now, Goldwater seems to have the edge, in our opinion, primarily because of his! state organization support. A California editors says of Goldwater in his state; 'He is going to win bands down uiJess Rockefeller comes up with a lot stiffer campaign." PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES BASELINE DRIVE-IN Show at Dusk — All Drive-ln* "PLAYCIRLS & THE VAMPIRE" Co-HitI "Bleed Fciil" TRI-CITV DRIVE-IN NEW CREST THEATRE 5th & "E" Sts. San Bdne. Cont. 12:30 - TU «-4247 * Now Pitying Beth Theatres * Tony Randall Berbara Eden '7 FACES OF DR. LAO" Celor Co-Hitl Tri.City 1 Co-HitJ Crest "Sunday In New York" I "Lilies of the Field" Boosters for swimming form club Boosters for Swimming, a newly formed group to promote, publicize and assist swimming in the area held its first rcsu- lar meeting this week at the community room of the Security First National Bank. Chosen to guide the Boosters during their first year was Daniel A. Larscn. John Griffin was elected vice-president: Mrs. William II. Shawvcr. secretary and Mrs. Henry H. Kocsis, trasurcr. The following were appointed committee chairmen; Walter R. Richardson, ways and means; .Mrs. Robert W. Chambers, by. laws; Mrs. R. J. Spence, telephone and 3Irs. Martin Boxer, publicity. General Richard L. Scott (ret.) called the meeting to order, reviewed the purposes of the organization, and presided until a president was elected An initial project will be assit- ing local swim team members in obtaining uniforms. Mrs Robert C. Lawrence will coordinate the project. The group will hold their next meeting May 12. ing the 1963 session. The law, AB 2277, requires a .special "exclusion election"* be held before any part of an existing water district may withdraw to join another district or agency, u was passed primarily to assure such an election for residents of the city of San Bernardino. However, prior to holding an "exclusion election" city officials called a special election for annexation to the giant Metro poUtan Water District. Last Tuesday local voters defeated this move by several thousand votes. Exclusion Election Ordinarily that would be the end of it. But AB 2277 still requires an "exclusion election" since the annexation election was held. Thus, the author of the bill Lady Luck, San Bomardino voters may find themselves voting on "withdrawal to nowhere" sometime this summer. Court Order Because, unless the legislature acts or unless the Water Action committee of San Bernardino moves for a dismissal, there is also a court case wtiich orders the election. Alex Tobin, special counsel for the San Bernardino Valley .Municipal Water district, said he has petitioned the Fourth District court of Appeal for a re hearing from its order to t h e Muni board stipulating that an election must be held. This petition is one of the preparatory steps leading to an appeal to the State Supreme Court. If Quimby's measure is ap proved by the Assembly n e .x t week, however, the court action will, in Tobin's words, "become only a moot point." Actually, Tobin said that if the Water Action Council would submit a petition for a rc-hcar- Southerners seek new support to beat amendment NANCY HAAS We, the Women WASHINGTON (UPI)-South- em strategists searched for allies today in an attempt to stop a leadership - sponsored compromise on a jury trial amendment to the civil rights bill. There were indicafions that the southerners were picking up some Republican votes for a modified version of their own jury trial amendment. They were hoping for still more. Kentucky's two Republican senators, John Sherman Cooper and Thruston B. Morton, each offered a "perfecting" amendment Friday to the southern- backed proposal to guarantee jury trials in criminal contempt cases. Morton's amendment became the Senate's pending business and must be disposed of — probably by roll call vote around the middle of ne.xt week —before Cooper's proposal and possibly other "perfecting" amendments can be considered. Under Senate rules, all such amendments must be disposed of before a vote on the leadership-sponsored substitute. now finds bmisclf fighting the '"g on the court case, then ask closing day's legislative traffic 'or a dismissal "in keeping with in hopes of saving San Bcmar- 'he mandate of the voters in At Empire Bowl: Teachers High Game and Series—Chan Bailey 215, 588, Mary Lou Bail ey 201, 458. 200 Club — Chan Bailey 215, Al Drusedum 206, Mary Lou Bailey 201. Standings: 14 K Kernels 6935, Chuckles 63-41, Crafty Ones 6044, Dillys 57-47V4, Bawi Ke ras 53«-50, Bridge Tolls 51-53, El FUckers 48-56, Presidents 4262, Omue Kems 39-64, TaUend- ers 37-67. Junior Women's Benefit High Game and Series — Can dy Tropak 235, 606. 200 Club — Candy Tropak 235, Edna Yoimgsma 203, Lora Soars 203. Standings: Vans Plumbiog 5730, Huiskens 53-331-r, Skyberg 51-35%, Redlands Plumbing 51-36, Levincs 50-37, Electronic Wholesale 49-38, Jacinto and Son 47H-39V4, Brookside JIarket 47 40, Brookside Beauty 46-41, Ca rini and Marchese 45-42, Emerich and JIcDowell 43-41, Balaban 42-45, Brookside Dairy 41 46, Western Auto 40-47, Audio Visual 39-47Vi, Astro 38i=-48, Bootery 37V4-49V4, Advertiser 34 53, Citrus Liquor 30-57, Redlands Camera 29-58. dino city voters from a needless, expensive and potentially dangerous election which nobody wants. Quimby points out that, although no one wants an "cxclu sion election" it is still legally possible for the city to withdraw from the San Bernardino County Municipal Water District. "If this should happen by some quirk, it could mean doom for the city of San Bernardino,' Quimby said. He has introduced amendments to AB 10, originally auth ored to allow San Bernardino's withdrawal from the local district, which would eliminate the need for any special "exclusion election" in this case. He has asked Assemblyman Carley Porter, chairman of the Assembly Water Committee to call a special meeting on Monday to hear the bill and move ti out the Assembly floor. Porter has agreed to call the meeting. In order to become law — and prevent the exclusion election— the bill must be approved by the Assembly, the Senate Water Committee and the State Senate and then signed by the Governor. Meanwhile, legislators are beginning to take long looks at the calendar where the June 2nd primary is creeping closer and closer. Without co-operation from both houses and the Governor and perhaps a little push from San Bernardino, considerable savings would be made by the district and by the WAC." By Rtrr» MILLETT. .Many wives do not comprehend the desire of their husbands to break away from routine and discipline once in a while and go off somewhere with "the boys." Such wives complain about their husband's hunting or fishing trips, when, in reality, they should be glad that their men can fulfill their need for freedom from routine in such harmless fashion. Other wives can't understand why a husband wants his wife to go away with him for a weekend occasionally, when the cost of such little trips would buy something substantial for the houie. What they don't see is that a man may need to get away from home responsibilities, from work, and from the sameness of everyday routine far more than he needs new- possessions. W o m e n, actually, need change just as much as men do. But they aren't as quick to recognize the need. They may feel that life is dull and boring and Uiat they are going stale, without realizing that a pleasant break in routine would be well-worth the cost in time, money and effort. So don't belittle that need in your husband for an occasional "plunge into freedom" and don't overlook it in yourself. Just because you are married there is no reason to assume that you and your husband Business highlights By United Press l.ntemationa! Automotive: Ward's Automotive Reports — Output of cars and trucks in the U.S. this week estimated at 216.479 units compared with 218.054 units a week earlier and 194,504 units in the same week last year. Bank Clearings: Dun & Bradstreet Inc.— Week ended April 29, clearings in 26 leading cities S36.220,899,000 against S38.198,- 053.000 a week before and S34,- 431.367,000 last year. Car loadings: Association of American Railroads — Week ended April 24. loadings totaled 571,971 cars compared with 5S1.- 127 ears a week earlier and 577,024 cars last year. Year-to- date 8,996.618 cars vs 8,539,499 cars a year ago. Steel: American Iron Sc Steel Institute—Week ended April 25. actual production totaled 2.461,- OOO tons or 0.3 per cent above the 2.457.000 tons a week earlier. For the year-to-date output totaled 39,055.000 tons or 6.3 per cent above the 36.754,000 tons produced in the similar period a year before. never need a change of scenery and a chance to leave your responsibility behind now and then. A plunge into freedom and novelty, for the wife as well as the husband, will help many a marriage from going stale. A Mother's Day Gift from Harris Means More! (MOTHER'S DAY, SUNDAY, MAY 10th) SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Nuclear ship to go f o Europe WASHINGTON (UPI) — N.S. Savannah, the world's first nuclear - powered merchant ship, will make her first voyage to Europe in June. 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