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Local Notes Don't Be Hasty — Wait to see the sporty new Plymouth ••Barracuda," conung May 15 at Garvey Motors, 415 Orange, x Organ Fun Course For children or adults. S9.95 includes instruction "and practice time. Sliger's Music Center, 793-2827. X 458 in four months Vets Exemptions Monday, May 4. is the deadline fcr veterans to submit their property tax exemption appUca tions to the county assessor's office. Unittrian-Universalist Public lecture by Fellowships Director. Smiday May 3rd 8:00 p.m. Security Bank. • x Falconry Demonstration Dave De Sah-o, a Redlands High School student, will demonstrate the techniques of falconry at 2 p.m. Sunday on the athletic field east of the Little Theater on the University of Redlands campus. The exhibition is part of the UR's Shakespeare quadricentennieJ birthday celebration. Truck Fire A mattress in the back of pickup truck driven by Paul B. Swain, Fullerton, caught fire on the Redlands Freeway at Ten nessec street about 1:45 a.m. today. Redlands police and fire men were summoned to the scene. Mr. Swain reportedly suffered burns on his left hand when he attempted to remove the buring mattress from the truck. 110 dwelling units started in April Cooper Funeral Funeral services for Beryl R. Cooper were held Friday at 11; 00 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands ChapeL Rev. Aaron Enrich, pastor of the Temple Baptist church officiated. Pallbearers were: Arthur D. Bryant Jr., James P. Itlitchan, David Sims, Kenneth Gragson and Mac Williams. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park. Em merson Redlands Mortuary in charge- Another 110 dwelling units were added to Redlands' invcn tory of new homes in April as residential construction totaled more than $2 million. Figures compiled by the city Building department set last month's construction at $2,312,217 — a mere $99,267 of the total was for non-residential projects. A 50-home subdivision and a 54-unit apartment development accounted for most of the building valuation reported for April. The homes are being constructed by Best Built Enterprises on Sunset drive between South avenue and Marilyn Lane. The apartment project is the subject of a separate article in today's Facts. According to Building department records, a total of 45 8 dwelling units (homes and apartments) have been started in Redlands since Jan. 1. This exceeds the full-year total for any year back to 1956, with the exception of 1963 when 1,150 dwelling units were authorized. Construction in Redlands during 1964 continues to run w e 11 ahead of the record pace set last year when building permits exceeded $20 milhon. Since Jan. 1, permits valued at $8,662,367 have been issued to builders. That's $3 million more than the $5,404,429 for permits issued in the first four months of 1963. April was also a good month for swimming pool contractors. A total of 17 pools was authorized. Combined valuation of the swimming pools was $47,845. Non-residential projects, including the pools, totaled $59,635. Building alterations added another $39,632. The following table gives comparison of monthly building valuation for the past 12 months and the previous 12 months. The left-hand column starts wit May 1963 and ends with April 1964. The right-hand column starts with May 1962 and ends with April 1963. 1963 1962 May .. .. .$ 979,065 $1,961,870 June .. ... 1,948,389 316,906 July ... ... 1,254,176 916,092 Aug. ... ... 3,062,239 1,061,573 Sept. .. ... 4,355,862 313,333 Oct. ... 432,548 2,698,495 Nov. ... ... 1,053,840 1,152,817 Dec. ... ... 2,012,324 700,878 19i4 1963 Jan. ... ... 2,839,454 455,138 Feb. .. ... 2,203,3.^^ 3,516,699 Mar. .. ... 137,363 1,115,343 Apr. ... ... 2,312,217 317,249 ToUl ...$23,760,810 $14,442,357 Luxury at Cypress, Redlands Blvd. Hoteakes going ii-L M. ^AM^ 1-^%^ hoteakes Three story $802,500 apartment under way Something new will soon be|of the structure. Truman urges campaigners to use caution INDEPENDENCE. Mo. (UPI) —A mellowed former President Harry S Truman today approached his SOth birthday with a word of caution for the coming Presidential campaign. The 33rd President told about 1,000 persons, including national leaders, Friday at a farmers' tribute to him that he hoped the candidates would "keep loose talk to a minimum and not sacrifice our national interest for the sake of narrow partisan poUtical advantage." Truman counseled that "the critics of foreign policy stay within bounds of the reason" and not "run the risk of embarrassing the President ... in his Constitutional role o£ Chief of State and the spokesman of this nation to the outside world." available for Redlands apart raent dwellers — the city's first three - story luxury apartment building. It is to be constructed at the northwest comer of Redlands boulevard and Cypress avenue. An $802,500 building permit for the 54-unit apartment structure was issued this week to E. J, Berlin and Glenn McMenomy, the owners. Earth moving equipment has been at work on the property for the past several weeks preparing the site for start of construction. There will be 18 units on each of the three floors. Plans submitted to the city Building department indicate apartments will be available in six different floor plans and wiUi one, two or three bedrooms. Monthly rent is expected to be in the $200 range. Each of the apartments, which range from 1,545 to 1,910 square feet of area, will have an outside patio. An elevator, located in the center of the building, will pro- tide convenient access to t h e second and third floors. A central corridor runs the full length Three garage buildings are to' be constructed along the w e s i side of the property. Access will] be from an alley off Cypress, avenue. Occupants of the apartment complex will have a swimming pool and a recreation building for their enjoyment at the north end of the property. The apartment structure itself is of modem design, featuring all-metal decorative screens constructed of tabular steel columns and aluminum circles. Other building permits issued for new construction this week] were: Seven-room residence — 690 East Palm avenue, owner-builder Sidney L. Gray, 1,902 square] feet, permit value $21,250. Swimming pool, 12 Tennessee street, owner Douglas B. Pew, builder J. H. Western Pools, 15] by 30 feet, permit value $3,000. Swimming pool, 750 Hoteakes were going like hoteekes during the annual Elks Lodge free Kids Breakfast this morning. Well over 1,000 meals were expected to be dished out by the 11 a.m. quitting time. An estimated 750 youngsters and 219 adults had gone through the serving line at the Elks clubhouse by 10 a.m. Many of the kids were attired in gay Mexican costumes for the Cineo de Mayo parade later in the day. A savory breakfast of hot- cakes, sausage, milk, orange juice and coffee for the adults was being prepared and served by members of the Elks Lodge. Chairman for the event was Paul F. Schaefer with Frank Bums and Russ Thousand as co-chairmen. Shorty Cain passes away Films for May announced^ by Smiley Public Library Weather 60 — 39 67 68 — 58 _ 63 April April AprU April April April April 7 76 April 8 82 April S 65 April 10 64 April 11 72 April 12 90 April 13 90 April 14 95 April 15 D5 Jtalnfall Temp. 24 SeM' Houn son .45 11.06 JJ2 11.03 50 42 as in 4,1 40 36 45 4S 47 48 45 50 54 57 49 52 52 40 42 43 46 43 42 42 39 44 51 49 50 -SO 47 .03 11.20 .16 .07 11.38 11.45 HOOPU SOUP! ALASKAN ESKIMO (Color), 30 minutes, 1957. A revealing portrait of the intimate family life of a great race of people. (Disney) BEAUTIFUL BONNE BAY(Color), 1" minutes. An enticing invitation to the good sport and restful atmosphere of Bonne Bay on the western shore of Newfoundland. Far from the hustle and bustle of modem cities, the excitement of the sea is all around. (Canadian Travel Film Library) FACE OF LINCOLN (B&W), 20 minutes, 1955. Noted sculptor Jlerrell Gage describes the life and career of Abraham Lincoln as he sculptures from clay a life-like bust of the 16th president, making physical changes in the subject's face, hair, beard and expression to correspond with events in Lincoln's life. (USC) FOREST BABIES — (Color), 12 minutes, 1959. Tliis film has imagmation and enchantment as it tells a story of wild animals in their natural habitat and shows the care of the mother animals for their young, and the degree of parental care in each animal. GOLDEN TWENTIES - (B <<cW), 68 minutes, 1952. Recap Former Redlands resident pine Henry G. (Shorty) Cain, «, died street, owner Sterling Land and Thursday at his home in Spring. Capital, builder Anthony Pools, Calif., according to word 18 by 38 feet, permit value $2,- received here. 500. Mr. Cain lived in Redlands Swimming pool, 402 San Mateo from 1923 until 1950. During street, owner Robert V. W i 1- those years, he was an active liams, builder Anthony Pools, 17 member of the Church of Christ by 40 feet, permit value S2.500. at the comer of Olive avenue and Nordina street. He leaves his wife, Lois, of Springfield where they moved in 1950; three daughters, Mrs. Mel via C. (Bemice) Wolfe of Vu- caipa. Mrs. D. W. (Betty) Blackketter of Fresno and Mrs. lures the exuberant and extra- Bob (Marilyn) Dobson of Por vagant tempo of the jazz age. tcrviUe; 10 grandchildren and HOUSE ON CEDAR HILL — one great-grandchild. (B&W), 17 minutes, 1953. Events Funeral services are arranged in the life of Frederick Doug- for .Mnoday at 2 p.m. at the lass, the run-away slave who Meyer Funeral Home, 500 North became an editor, orator, and "E" street, Porterville. statesman, are portrayed with historical documents, period drawings, photographs and mementos foimd in the Douglass home in Washington, D. C. (Contemporary Films) HUNGARY TODAY — (BiW) 27 minutes, 1962. LIFE AND TIMES OF TEDDY ROOSEVELT — (B&W), 25 minutes, lasS. NICK KARAHALIOS Karahalios to be Chest drive Yice-charrman Eight directors elected to C. of C. board Results of balloting in the Chamber of Commerce election for eight directors were announced today. The following men were elected from a fieU of 12 nominees to serve three year terms: Joseph W. Enarson, District Manager, Southern California Edison Company. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, May 2, 1964-5 Genetti joins Lockheed as solid motor manager 17 students drown when boat overturns FRENCH HOOPLE , ,AD- VANCEt NO. 2 Egod, what's this? — •renchHOOPLESOUP? Weir, Mojor Hoople los really come up with a dandy this time — a system by which his customers ore going to feom languages by eat« ing his soup. It's a real beout of on ideo, as yoi/n see by turning to the Monday— COMIC PAGE "Who Are These UNITARIANS and UNIVERSALISTS?" Unitarians and Universalisls believe the strivmg to live nobly and constructively more important than the accepting of religious creeds. Unitarians and Universalisls are convinced that religious truth cannot be contrary to truth from any other source. Unitarians and Universalisls offer a religious program for children and adults of all cultures, with reason as our guide, and service as our aim. They further believe that "the great end in religious education, is, not to stamp our minds irresistibly on the young, but to stir up their own." Hear: Munroe Husbands of the Unitarian Universalist Asso-i ciaUon speak on "WHO ARE THESE UNITARIANS and UNI- VERSALISTS?" at 8:00 p.m. Sunday evening, May 3, 196i, at the Security First National Bank Building, meeting room. Redlands, California. THE PUBLIC IS CORDULLY 1N\'ITED. MARSALA, Italy (UPD—Sev- enteen students drowned when JIYSTERIES OF THE DEEP a motor launch overturned off — (Color), 24 mmutes. Tlirough- the coast of Sicily Friday, out history man has been in- The boat was one of three trigued with the lower depths rented to carry 90 students and of the sea. a dozen priests from Marsala's THE PfflLIPPINES TODAY Salcsian Institute on a May Day ~ ^F,°i3rA'„^\'I'l°,"l';^; ,^ , oufi^S *o the isle of Mozia, a RAL\BOW VALLEY - (Col- offshore. It had traveled or) 23 mmutes, 1959. Stream barely 200 yards when it over- and lake fishmg m beautiful set- ^^^j^^^ tings around ennis, Montana. „„, ' . , , SNAKES CAN BE INTER- ^^^^ ^°y^ excited and ESTING — (B&W), 10 minutes, were acting up," said Father 1952. Illustrates the life cycle ^^''o Falzone. "The boat cap- of the bull snake pointmg out sized and I lost my glasses, that most snakes are helpful to couldn't see, and my robes man. Shows how to distinguish were dragging me down. There poisonous from non-poisonous was nothing I could do to help snakes. (Young America Films) them.' STAMPEDE STOPOVER students on the excursion (Color), 13 minutes. The city is ranged in age from 10 to 18 Calgary, the Ume - opemng „f tj,^ ^ ^'L?/i^° could not swim. Sixteen-year"TRIO (S) 28 minutes ^iehelangelo Turrisi. who was work Rubinstein, HeUelz a n d '""""^ ^VT'^A^^'^ Piatigorsky, combme their tal- overtmmed boat before ents in the First Movement of drowned. Schubert's Trio in B-Flat and the First, Second and Thkd Movements of the Trio in D Minor by Mendelssohn. (World Artists, Inc.) WHITE HOUSE PAST AND PRESENT — (Color), 13V4 minutes, 1960. Nick Karahalios, who has been in leadership roles in the Commimity Chest for the past three campaigns, has acceptc-d appointment as vice chairman of the general campaign this year, it was announced today. In taking this step, Mr. Kara hallos will commit himself to assume the full mantle of cam paign responsibility in 1965-66, it was noted by Brig. Gen. Richard L. Scott, this year's gener al campaign chairman. "I am most happy that Kick has accepted the vice chairmanship this year. He has the campaign experience, the determined drive, the stick-to-it-ness and the community acquaintances to be of valuable assistance in this campaign and to provide dedicated leadership the following year," Gen. Scott declared. Mr. Karahalios himself said today that he considers it a distinct honor to be asked to serve as vice chairman of the Com- mimity chest campaign organi zation. I strongly believe in a united campaign for the support of Redlands' eight very fine local agencies. Redlands has been ery kind to me. Helping in the chest campaign is just one way of saying 'thank you' for the privilege of living and working in such a wonderful community," Mr. Karahalios stated. Since coming to Redlands in 1955, Mr. Karahalios has been active in a number of civic affairs. In addition to his work a Chest campaigner, he is also a member of the board oi directors. He is a member of the Cham her of Commerce board, serving as treasurer and member of the executive committee. He is member of the ways and means committee for the Community Music association (Redlands Bowl), is a member of the Noon Kiwanis club and is active in the Trinity Episcopal church. He and his wife, the former Joan Geissinger, reside at 1526 Crown with their two children, ages 9 and 4. Mr. Karahalios has been associated with r.tc- Ewen's Furniture Store since coming to Redlands. Larry H. Hendon, Treasurer, University of Redlands. Donald B. Thompson, Asst Mgr. Real Estate, Security First National Bank. Dale B. Eckrote, Division Manager, California Water Telephone Co. Robert F. Hurt, President Lockheed Propulsion Co. Laurence K. Wormser, owner, Redlands Camera Shop. William J. Junkin, Jeweler, Howard S. Smith Jewelers. John S. Noble, Vice-President, Citation Construction Co. The new directors will be in stalled at the Chamber of Com merce's annual dinner to be held May 16 at the Azure HiUs Country Club. Officers for 1964 65, to be elected at a special meeting ne .Kt Wednesday, will also be installed at the dinner. The election of new dkectors marks the retirement of seven men from the Board of Dkect ors. They are Charles A. Bierschbach, James H. Brown, Dr David B. Haag, Gilbert Larson, Dr. John F. Miley, Elmer C. Parks and Hal E. Price. Yitaf Records BIRTHS COLLEY — Bora, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. John M. Colley, 934 South Fourth street, Calimesa, April 28, 1964, a( St. Bemardine's hospital, San Bernardino. Three named to Yucaipa board Kidnap-slayer suspect said totally insane NEW ORLEANS (UPI) - A court - appointed attorney for Joseph Francis Bryan Jr. described the suspected kidnap- slayer of two small boys as "totally insane." "In my opinion, he does- Three Yucaina men this week were named to the Yucaipa ^.j understand anything that's Park and Recreation Board of g^j^g jjjd the attorney. Commissioners by the c o u n t y Rudolph Becker Jr. Board of Supervisors. "I thmk he's totally insane. Appomted to the commission ge seems in a daze, were Ronald Rounds, Lawrence Bryan, a 25-year-old former Ward and Russell Skyberg. mental patient from Audubon Park, N.J., was indicted Friday NOW YOU KNOW by a federal grand jury at Flor- By United Prt»» InttrmtiomI ence, ST C, for the kidnaping Ihe first concrete pavements of John David Robison, a 10- were built in Inverness, Scot- year-old Mount Pleasant, S. C, land, in 1865 and in Edinburgh boy whose body was found in in 1872, according to the Port- a mangrove swamp near Halland Cement Association. landale, Fla. Kitten Hayward kayoes Cokes PfflLADELPHU (UPI) Stanley (Kitten) Haj-ward was one step closer today to his goal of a title fight with welterweight champion Emile Griffith as the result of an impressive technical knockout over Curtis Cokes. The 23-year-old Philadelphian came off the floor in the welterweight bout at the Blue Horizon Arena here Friday night to stop Cokes, 26, of Dallas, Te.x., at 2:45 of the fourth round. Hayward, who went into the fight as an 8-5 underdog, was floored for the first time in his career by a right hand from Cokes in the second round. Hayward said he then "took everything" Cokes had in the third round "and I knew I could put him away in the fourth—which I did." Teddy Brenner, matchmaker for Madison Square Garden, School menus for next week There'll be a predominantly south - of - the - border theme in Redlands public school cafeterias next week on three of the five days. Here's the complete menu for the week: Monday — Spanish rice, green beans, celery w-peanut butter, citrus fruit cup, Franch bread and milk. Tuesday — Chiliburgcr, hash brown potatoes, relishes, apple goodie and milk. Wednesday — Meat stew w- vegetablcs, lettuce & spujach salad, fruit Jello, peanut butter muffin and milk. Thursday — Roast pork gravy, mashed potatoes, red and white salad, peaches, oatmeal yeast roll and milk. Friday — Tostado w-shredded lettuce and tomato, Mexican com. apple wedges, pineapple rice cream, W.W. bread w-pea­ nut butter and milk. Frank V. Genetti, veteran of many years' experience in man aging procurement and produc tion of major military aerospace systems, has joined Lockheed Propulsion Company as Large Solid Motor Program Manager, it was announced today. In his new capacity, Genetti is responsible for over-all management of the company's 156- inch-diameter segmented solid propellant rocket motor feasibility demonstrations.' Under sponsorship of the Space Systems Division, Air Force Systems Command, Lockheed Propulsion is assigned to conduct two static firings of motors of this size, generating approximately one million pounds of thrust. Initial firing, which will be a Free World "first," is scheduled for late spring. Mr. Genetti's board and intensive management expert ence, combined with an engl neering education, is a welcome addition to Lockheed Propulsion's program management organization," Kenneth H. Jacobs, director of program management, said. He comes to Lockheed from Space Technology Laboratories, where he served on the program control staff for the Minuteman missile. Genetti retired recently from the Air Force as a colonel. His last Air Force assignment at Norton was as director of procurement and production, San Bernardino Air Material Area. Previously he served as chief FRANK V. GENETTI of procurement inspection division, USAF Inspector General; chief of London Air Procurement district; and deputy chief, Glendale Air Procurement region. A Redlands resident for more than five years, Genetti received his B. S. degree in civil engineering from the University of Wyommg, and M. S. in industrial engineeruig from Ohio State University. He holds certificates for additional training at Yale University and the Air War College. Street dance at 8 P.M. Cinco de Mayo comes to Redlands early Phouma settles differences with rightists MENTIANE, Laos (UPI) Neutralist Premier Souvanna Phouma said today he has comprised his differences with the rightists in his govemment and indicated hope of reaching a settlement with the Communists. Souvanna tokl his first news conference since last month's rightwing coup d'etat that P'-'mce Bonn Oum and Gen. Phoumi Nosavan, L'aos's prin eipal rightist leaders, have agreed to dissolve their separate military command and place their forces at the disposal of the defense ministry. He .said he will go to Com munist headquarters in Khang Khay Sunday to seek a similar agreement with Red Prince Souphanouvong. Souvanna's coalition cabinet, formed in 1962 to represent left, center and right, has never functioned effectively bC' cause neither the rightists nor the Communists ever accepted Souvanna's control. In return for rightist support, Souvanna announced that the govemment has decided "to suppress the casinos and certain other traffic." One of the principal rightist complamts against Souvanna's regime has been that it operated gambling casinos and did little to curb prostitution, the opium traffic and gold smuggling. Mexico's Cinco de Mayo cele bration came to Redlands a few days early today but the community loved it just the same. The parade, dedicated to the south-of-the border theme, got under way shortly after noon, and a goodly crowd of spectators cheered the participants through town. And along State street, shoppers and visitors were sampling Mexican foods at the various palm - thatched booths which were opened about 10:30 a.m. p.m. downtown shoppers will b« serenaded by the strolling Ma- riaches. This evenmg at 7 p.m., the trophies for parade participants will be awarded by Pete Zava'ia, commander of Legion Post 650. And the Cinco de Mayo celebration will be climaxed with the giant street dance from 8 p.m. to midnight *ith the music of Tony Garcia. The dance will be held on State between Fifth and Sixth. SUte will be blocked off to all This afternoon, from 2 to 6 i traffic this evening. Quote of Day ATLANTA — Sen. Barry M. Goldwater after he pushed said the victory boosted Hay- away a microphone held up to ward would fight the winner of a bout between Jose Stable and 'V^ce Shomo on June 26. Slide closes two lanes PACIFIC PALISADES (UPI) Two lanes of the Pacific C^ast Highway were closed for seven hours Friday when a sec- fion was covered by tons of rock and dirt by a Palisades landslide. Highway crews began clearing the area immediately in case some cars may have been buried, but none was found to have been trapped by the earth- faU. him by a radio newsman on his arrival here: "I don't like people shoving mikes in my face." Wilderness Area named for Muir John Muir, California's fam- mous early day naturalist and conservafionist, will have the largest Wilderness Area in the State named in his honor. The 503,000 acre High Sierra Wilderness Area, reclassified and enlarged on Monday, is being renamed the John Muir Wilder ness Area. Edward P. Cliff. Chief of the U. S. Forest Service, made the announcement of the name change as part of the ceremonies attendmg the release of the John Muir postage stamp. The new John Muir Wilderness Area was formerly called the High Sierra Primitive Area Last Monday, Secretary Free man approved a proposal by the Forest Service that it be enlarged by 122,000 acres and reclassified into a Wilderness Area. The new Wilderness Area stretches some 140 miles along the crest of the Sierra Nevada. In encompasses lands rich in wild beauty with numerous lakes, peaks over 12,000 feet high; and a variety of vegetative cover ranging from heavy timber to barren rock outcrops. The John Muir Trail crosses the area. Local artists exhibit at Lyon gallery Work by local artists, consist- jing of examples of each artist's work in different media, will be exhibited at Lyon Art Gallery starting tomorrow at 2 p.m. and continuing daUy from 2 to 5 p.m. except Thursdays and Saturdays through May 2t. Sculpture, graphics, water colors and oil paintings are included m this last show of the season. It will illustrate the various art techniques employed by the artists. The galler>- is open to the pub- Uc, admission free. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready market through Oassified Ads. About People Charles L. Hanson, 1957 graduate of the Univeristy of Redlands, has been named assistant durector of the EducaUonal Center of Cal Poly at Kellogg. He has been graduate manager for the college smce 1961 and resides in Claremont. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publliher. FRANK Z. MOOKE, Editor. Publlibed tvm avenmc Mxceet Sondayl it facta bulldlnc, 100 Brook- •tda at CaoUr. Radlandi, CalUonila. rounded October 23. laso. T4Ui raar. Entend a< lacsnd clasa matter October 23, IWO. at the Port OHIce at Hedlanda. CalUorala. nsdar act ot Uarcb 3. 1«78. suBscxnrnoN SATE lln Ad*ancai Br Carrier OaOrary na> M»U S 1J» Tkra* Maatka 8lz Maatka (Ja Oaa Xaar l(.4a Oaa Maatk Oaa T«a< _ Br MaU J IJIa _ l».o« Announcemenf of Services HARMON, James I. 10:30 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 MOOKSIDE AVt, 7W-244' Announeemenf of Funeral Services MRS. ADAH L KETCHEN Services 2:30 p.m., Saturday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. EDWARD 0. SELTUN Services 11:00 a.m., Monday, at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church. Body will lie in state at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel 3:00 p.m. Friday until 9:30 a.m. Monday. f.UTHUR CORTNER |221 BROOKSIDEAVE.. WM41I

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