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4 - Tuesday, May 5, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts On first flight Specially made gavel of orange wood for Hino Winging across the Pacific at tlip conclusion of Hino Week activities May 3 - 9 will go a unique bit of Redlands. A gavel, wrought from native Redlands orangcwood, will be carried on a trans-Pacific goodwill flight to Hino, Japan. Tlieodore C. Schmidtraann, 109 East Fern avenue, city school instructor, made the gavel and contributed it to the Sister City program. Mr. Sehmidlmann selected native orangewood because it was representative of Redlands. The gavel bears tlie inscription '•Redlands-Hino, 1964". Carrying the gavel on its long journey will be Henry Ohye of the Japanese-.^mcrican Aeronautics Association. Mr. Ohye will be attempting the first cast-west crossing of the Pacific ever by a Japanese. The side of Mr. Ohye's craft will be painted with the word "Redlands-Hino", as well as the i names of other cities in Southern California having Japanese sister city affiliations. The plane will be a single-engiae Piper Comache. Ohye's flight will begin on .May 10, the day following the conclusion of Hino Week. De parture point will be Long Beach, with touchdo «Ti points at Oakland. Honolulu, Johnston Island, Wake Island Iwo Jima, and Tokyo. Japan's Consul-General, Hen ry T. Shimanouchi of Los An gcles, is honorary chairman for the flight. Sponsors, in addition to the Japanese-American Acronatutics Association, arc Uie Bank of Tokyo of Los An- ^clcs and the Wakayama Prefecture Club of Los Angeles. MENTONE-CRAFT^N Mm By CcN SCHMIDT Facts Mentone Correspondent Telephone Redlands 794-1903 The Mentone Minute Men 4H .... .w... Jack graduated from the club wiU meet tliis Wednesday Redlands. school with the class at 7:30 p.m. at the Jlentone of '62 and joined the Navy m elementary school. Bonnie Bruel of the Arrow .September of that year. He is ..with the U.S.S. Berkeley Guided Xionnie oruei oi uic Arrow- .r""^ j" - . head 4H club will be the guest M'ssile Destroyer, and is tour- speaker. The topic of her ing 'he Far East with the 7th. speech will be on "Nutrition for|F^^^^ Youth". Tliis promises to be a very interesting talk so all par cnts are urged to attend. Some very important items will be brought up for discus The Women's Fellowship of the Congregational Church wiU meet at the Parish House on will be brought up for discus- ^J/^'Z a ^fn m "'lnSon Southland defense workers sion, such as the^hanging of ^ 'XT, s w- u'^bT he°d being disemployed without the date for the 4H club to ,.ic:.n h.in^ m=rtp fnr meet and a new meeting place. The nominating committee will also be selected to choose new officers for tbe coming year. A special reminder that the Chamber of Commerce will meet on Wednesday at 7:30 at the Womans club house. The Chamber of Commerce, Mentone Republican Womans club and the Democratic club of Mentone are sponsoring a 'Know your Candidate" night «ith many ot the leading candidates of the county participating. This is your opportunity to hear what your candidate believes, so everyone is urged to attend. Mr. and Mrs, Frinlc Parrott Jr. entertained the following on Saturday night, Mr. and Mrs. Katsumi Nakamura, from Los Angeles and Sir. and Mrs. Frank Parrott Sr. of Mentone. A birthday dinner was held at the Red Barn at Oak Glen in honor of Frank Parrott Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schlapkohl, 1365 Beryl avenue. Jlen- tone have recieved word from their son Jack that he has passed the examination and is now Interior Communication Technician Fireman 3rd Class Petty Officer. Wednesday morning between the hours of 9:30 and 12 o'clock at the clubhouse. All proceed will go the Cancer Fund. chairman members vited. A tax WtST COAST TMMTlf • 13) CojM S"«M • rr. 3-4131 Wftk 11 «T» Conl. from T P.M. Sat. «nd Sun. Cont Jrom 2 P. .M. WAtTDISNEV,-,, ATIGER TECHNICOLOR C}2964W«il Dtsney Productions Alto —In Color, Tony RandBll "THE BRASS BOTTLE" Kor AU the FimUy Committee members for the meeting are Jlrs. Larry Marona, Mrs. Charles Becdy and Mrs. Sharon Floyd. S'dauthteL^'^borKiver! biiuon-in new.purchasing power side ^^'^'•y y^*""' ^"^^ °^ economy the shot in the arm necessary The Mentone Womens Club to rehire the unemployed," Mc GEORGE McLAIN George McClain, Senate candidate, to speak here George McLain, candidate for the Democratic nomination to the United States Senate, carried his whirlwind campaign into the Southland today with a blast at his opponents for their failure to come up with a practical program to re - employ workers laid off by Southland defense plants. McLain will speak in Redlands Wednesday at 10:30 a.m., [in I.O.O.F. Temple, Olive and Citrus. The Rally is open to the general public. Stepping up his grassroots campaign, McLain declared that "the spectre of poverty haunts" those areas where mass layoffs have taken plac I in the defense industry. "I am alarmed and deeply concerned that thousands of Southland defense workers are any provision being made for their rehiring at producUve work," McLain said. "My program to End Poverty is the first positive program Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook P -emedJo solve^ tbis^^prob- sponsoring a brunch thislLain said. Stumping the state as the „ 'Angry American," McLain Is called for the adoption of his End Poverty proposal, intro 111 iju llic v^aM*.v.» A ' M' . • Mrs. H, M. Crosthwaite Sr. is duced in Congress by Congress- of the brunch, and friends are Wan 3C rocket engine fails in Edwards test EDW.4RDS AIR FORCE BASE (UPD—Authorities today [blamed a break along a welded 'joint for a weekend fire that destroyed a huge booster rocket engine being tested for the 1 Titan 3C launch vehicle. The 2o0-ton booster engine-the .largest solid propellant rocket I engine yet tested by the United States-caught fire and was de- .stroyed during a static ground test at this desert base Saturday. Tliere were no injuries and the test stand itself was not damaged. The test'firing was scheduled as a highlight of dedication cer- lemonies for the Air Force's new $10 million large rocket motor test facility here. It was made by United Tcch- inology of Sunnyvale. The Titan 3C will launch Anierica's Manned Orbital Lab, oratory. AU man James Roosevelt (D i. Calif.). The proposal will guar antcc an income of S216.50 per month to every American 62 years or older, S433 per month for couples, through a Federal supplementary payment. The money to pay for this," .'\IcLain said, "will come by sharply curtailing foreign aid and by diverting funds from our war budget to peaceful production." McLain charged that "Cranston and Salinger, who are also seeking the scat of Senator Clair Engle, have remained aloof from the real needs of the people and have failed to face up to the challenge of providing work for the disem ployed defense worker." TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar-j ket through Classified Ads. SAN GORGONIO INN Famous ... For Ifs Fine Food OPEN DAILY DAILY MENU RELISH BOWL APPETIZERS FRUIT OR SHRIMP COCKTAIL . . . TOMATO JUICE . . . CHlf'KEN SOUP . . . CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVEl^ . . . SALAD BOWL ENTREES GROUND ROUND STEAK- VEAL CUTLET WITH CREAM SAUCE... ROAST BEEF RAINBOW TROUT S.^LMON STEAK HALIBUT STEAK JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP- GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN HALF GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN— HALF BROILED SPRING CHICKEN- BROILED FILET MIGNON„ . 1.35 . 1.35 . 1J5 . 1.35 . 1.45 . 1.35 . 1.35 , 1.25 . 1.75 . 1.75 . 1.65 . 2.95 . 3.25 . 1.95 VEGETABLE AND POTATOES, HOT BISCUITS, HONEY AND BUJ-JER, HOT APPLE COBBLER, ICE CREAM. SHERBET. CHILDREN'S DINNERS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO • BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS • SOCIAL EVENTS Spvctolizing in oil funcfions . . . th« •leganca of dacor In our Banqutt Room! mokes a beautiful Mtting for oil porttts. Wholaver your plont .... coll ui for particulars. Wt hovo occommodofions for up to 200. M»nua for •wry toita. hr nescmiions - Call Banning M9-3412 BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK- BROILED N. Y. CUT LOBSTER TAIL COCKTAIL LOUNGE Mrs. Covington passes way at age of 99 sirs. Esther M. Covington, who celebrated her 99th birthday on Easter Sunday, died yes terday in Loma Linda. She had lived in Redlands for the last 40 years. Bom in San Bernardino, Mrs. Covington spent her entire liefe time in this area. She and her late husband at one time homesteaded in the area north of tia old schoolhouse in Oak Glen. They later spent some time in Beaumont and after her husband's death, Mrs. Coving ton came to Redlands to make her permanent home. In recent years, she lived with her daughter, Mrs. Lila M. West, at 321 Xormandie Court. In addition to her daughter in Redlands, she leaves two sons, S. E. Covington of Oakland and J. W. Covington of San Bernardino, and another daughter, Mrs. Iva S. Potter of .'Anaheim. She also leaves nine grandchildren, 22 great-grandchildren and four great-great-grandchil drcn: a brother, Frank Parrish of Oak Glen, and a son-in-law, Guy Haslam of Calimesa. Graveside services are scheduled for 2 p.m. tomorrow at JIt. View cemetery in Beaumont, Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary in charge. First Negro farm workers arrive in Salinas SAL7^.-\S, Calif. (UPD-For- ty-si.x Mississippi Negroes went to work for one of the nation's largest lettuce packers Jlonday as an e.\periment to determine whether the U.S. can supply replacements for Mexican nationals. The importation of Alcxicans (braceros) for farm labor will be prohibited after Dec. 31, unless Congress e.xtends the Bra- ccro Act. A spokesman for the Garin Co. said the Negro field hands [were carefully selected from among 150 farm workers interviewed • in ileridian, Jackson, Hazelhurst and Natchez, Miss. [They were guaranteed six months' employment and will receive a minimum of $1.05 an hour. The move by Garin was criticized by a spokesman for the AFL-CIO in California, who said the state was able to supply the j labor necessary to harvest its crops. He described the plan as "substituting an American bracero [program for the Mexican bra cero program; it is exploitation, pure and simple." Michigan votes released time for religion LANSING, Mich. (UPI) — A bill to allow Michigan public school children two hours a week excused absence from school for religious instruction was sent today to Gov, George Romncy for his signature. The students would not attend religious instructions in public school buildings. Parents of the students would have to request the released time. The state senate approved a I compromise honsc bill by a vote of 28-3 today. The house passed the bill Monday night, 158 -34. Bill approved for S.B. withdrawal from water dist. Pacific Coast News Service S.ACRAMENTO - By a narrow 55-2 margin, with 54 votes required. Assemblyman John P. Quimby shortly before noon today succeeded in getting Assembly approval of a bill re- bcving San Bernardino City res idents from holding an election to withdraw from the San Ber nardino Valley Municipal Water District. The first roll call fell short by one vote, but when absen tees were called in, the measure was approved and sent to the Senate Water Committee. The Rialto Assemblyman has requested a special afternoon session of the Senate Water Committee so that his bill may be acted upon by the Senate tomorrow. He is racing against an adjournment or recess deadline threatened for tliis week. Quimby said that because of a bill which he authored, AB 2277, in 1963 a withdrawal election was required for San Ber nardino residents even though they rejected last week a pro posal tc annex the city to the Metropolitan Water District. Quimby's Bill, AB ISO. would repeal his 1963 legislation, re moving the election require mcnt. Tank designer MOSCOW (UPI) — Lt. Gen. Nikolai Dukhov, 60, the Red army engineer who designed some of the Soviet Union's heaviest World War II tanks, died recently, the government newspaper Izvestia said -Monday. CIRCUS TIME — Nothing gets a fellow into the mood of the circus like good old "colton candy" ond hers Swen Larson (left) president of the Optimists, tries out tha new ecHon candy machine which the club has donated to the Great Y Circus. Roy Coble, Y secretory and circus director, waits his turn while Mark Jackson and Mike Buric act as officiol taste* festers. "MMmmm good," say they os they remind all to reserve their tickets for the opening night of the Great Y Circus 15-16 and 22-23 of May. (Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) No cliange in assessment notifications There will be no change this year in the County Assessor's procedure for notifying San Bernardino County property taxpayers of changes in assessed value of their property. Tlie Assessor's Office past practice of mailing postcards to persons whose property has had any change in assessed value is in conformity with a new state law which goes into effect this year. County Assessor John Bevis said. Until the legislation was passed, notification of a change of assessed property value was voluntary and not required by law. Bcvis said today that the postcard notifications will go out about mid-June. "That will give property owners who question the value placed upon their property for tax purposes to present their cases before the County Board of Equalization beginning July 6," Bcvis c.v plained. The new State law requires notification by mail or newspaper advertisement. "Playing with guns" caused reporter's death LONG BEACH (UPI)-A coroner's jury ruled Monday that the accidental shooting of a po lice reporter by two off - duty detectives "playing with gun^" was involuntary manslaughter. The detectives, Chreighton A. Wiggins, 29, and Errol Greenleaf, 30, were then suspended from the police force, subject to appeal to the Civil Service Board. Wiggins and Grcenleaf had jbecn temporarily relieved of duty immediately after the April 23 incident in which Wil liam Hunter, prize-winning reporter for the Long Beach In dependent Press-Telegram, was shot to death. In testimony at Monday's inquest, Wiggins was near tears as he told of going into the police press room with Greenleaf Facts Classified -Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 Make more money on insured savings! S4.97 would be the annual return on S100 savings account held for one year, when Trans-World's current annual rate of 4.85^ is compounded daily and maintained for one year. To receive Trans-World's higher earnings, savings must remain to the end of a quarterly payment period. OPEN TOUR INSURED SAYINGS ACCOUNT TOOAT! Si»InBf icctsurls'tmure^ lo SIO.KO by Ftritrtl Sivlnai tnd loin Iriurtntt IKn ol iny room tmrn Iroa fv« 1*1. founded Rewurcts O'rir *» million. TRANS-WORLD SAVINGS MAIN OFFICE 521 No Ejd.d A.o. O-.tino - ^'J •.'•'5 San Bc-rr^'dmo OHice 1565 E H.ghljnJ A,e • TU 6 ^78' to play cards. He was a friend of Hunter. As he entered the room, Wiggins testified, Greenleaf turned and drew his revolver on him, engaging in some "horseplay." "I guess I thought I was going to get the drop on him," said Wiggins, who e.\plained he started to pull his revolver but lost control of it and the weapon went off as he tried to grab it in the air. Staggering firemen LONDON (UPI) — Firemen staggered around Sunday when they fought a fire at a bar here, but it wasn't smoke poisoning. They were sprayed with whisky from bursting bottles in the pub. Two policemen killed in Virginia FREDERICKSBURG, V a. (UPI) — Two city policemen were shot to death today at a shopping center across a highway from a girls college. The \ictims were Sgt Roy G. Wright, 31, a father of three and a veteran of seven years on the force, and Patrolman W. Frank Mines, 27, on the force for more than two years. Wright was sprawled on the blacktop parking lot two feet from the police cruiser. Mines was slumped over the wheel of the car. Both had been shot with a 32-caliber pistol. The two had been robbed of their Smith and Wesson 38- caliber pistols, keys, money, ammunition and handcuffs, police said. The killings took place between 3 a.m. and 5:30 a.m., police said.