Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 16, 1965 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, February 16, 1965
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Local Nofes Tressore Tones Paint, Pari: Fr«« Shop at Larry's Paint House, •Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x Dutch Girl Cleaners and Laundry moving soon to , 34 W. Colton Ave. Present location 1123 Orange St. Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic Building, 131 Cajon, open to public Monday through Thursday 10-5, Friday, 10-10, Saturday 10-1. x! $500 Window Damage Joseph Kendall, assistant manager of the Rasco store in the University Plaza Shopping Center, yesterday reported damage to two plate glass windows at the store. Police said vandals apparently used a pellet gun or rifle to shoot holes in the windows. Replacement cost was estimated at $500. Last 4 Days of Remodeling Sale at People's Furniture. Savmgs up to 35 per cent, some more. Terms. 218 Orange St., Redlands. For TV and Radio Repairs Call Citrus Electronics, 792-5094, 622 Orange St., Harlan Reinders. Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Cali now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-S279. x Art of South Pacific . A comprehensive e.xhibit of native talents, the art of the South Pacific, which makes up the current show at the Lyon Art Gallery at Smiley library, will close Feb. 21. The show is open from 2 to 5 p.m. daily, except Thursday. Rhea Applewhite is in charge of the exhibit which includes batiks, tapa cloth, musical intruments, jewelry and sculpture. Save on Permanent Waves During Dollar Days week. 25 • per cent off on permanent waves, bleaches, tmts and toners. All work done by students only. Call Tueaday for your appointment. Phyllis Adairs Col lege of Cosmetology 410 Orange St. PY 3-2275 Free parking in rear. x Camellia Luncheon Tickets A few tables are available for the Assistance League's annual Camellia luncheon, schedule^ for February 24, and anyone interested in reservujg a table may call Jlrs. J. Richard Leonard, 793-4329. White Beauty! 1963 Cadillac Coupe DeViBe. Full power, radio, heater, air conditioned, whitewalls, 1 o w mileage. Almost like a new one and the selling price is under retail blue book. Previous owner's name, local businessman, will be furnished on reques'. Van Dorin Motors, 1617 W. Redlands Blvd., 793-2493. x Missed Papers Phone Redlands Daily Facts circulation department before 6:30 p.m. week days, or 2:30 p.m. Saturdays to report missed papers and obtain delivery. Works wonders on arthritis Local doctors hear talk on new DSMO An experimental medication popularly known as DMSO works wonders on arthritis, bursitis and even ordinary sprains. But it is so new that both its full possibilities and limitations remain to be established. Dr. Stanley W. Jacobs gave that word last evening to a large meeting of doctors at Redlands Country club. They were attending the Second Annual Award Lecture of the Beaver Medical Clinic Foundation. An assistant professor of surgery at the University of Oregon Medical School, Dr. Jacob is the best known investigator of DMSO. Dr. Meredith G. Beaver, in introducing him, termed "the medication "fantastic". Althrough admitting that case histories are limited in duration to months—not years—and the permanence of cures for some chronic ailments remains to be established. Dr. Jacob said: "I think that in the future DMSO will prevent some of the deformmg arthritic conditions we now know." Whatever the long range experience may be, the immediate results have been spectacular. He showed a slide of a woman, who, for eight months, could not close her fist because of arthritis. Treated with DMSO, she was promptly able to close her hand. Another woman, with bursitis, was shown, unable to raise her arm more than half way to the horizontal. Treated, she could soon raise the same arm well above horizontal. He told of postoperative in-1 Perhaps its most spectacular tractable pain that h9d endured I property is that it permeates in patients for periods ranging from three to 20 years that were much improved. The same was true with phantom pains, as where a leg has been am putated and yet the person still "feels" it. Of more ordinary human experience he gave th work ac count: "Suppose you caught your linger while closing your car door. If the finger were immediately dipped in DMSO the swelling would be stopped and the dis coloration prevented." Discovered by a Crown Zeller bach chemist. Dimethyl Sulfox­ ide is a liquid residue from the manufacture of paper. In the 1950's it became an industrial solvent. In 1959 it was discovered that it would protect red blood cells against freezing damage—but there was no im mediate medical use. Several years ago. Dr. Jacobs became interested and soon he and other medical scientists were discovering remarkable things about DMSO. Now, some 3,000 doctors and others are investigating it, and the cases of some 25,000 patients have been documented. Answers as to what it will and will not do should come fast. DMSO, in a glass bottle, looks like water. In the medical form it is odorless. Presently available to doctors by special application, and according to rules that do not permit casual test- mg, Dr. Jacob expects it to emerge as a common prescription item. The cost ought to be moderate. the' skin, and, if desfred, will carry other things with it. Put iodine in DMSO, apply to the back of the hand and presently the iodine has carried through the skin, leaving it clean. Further, it permeates both internal membranes and cartilage. Because of this unique characteristic, it is usually applied to the skin. Dr. Jacob says this caus«s it to be suspect in the minds of some people, ac customed as they are to medication by mouth and by injec' tion. A second major feature is that it never blocks conduction. And it tends to concentrate in injured tissue for reasons that arc not now understood. It does have some side effects, skin irritation and "oyster breath". In rare cases, allergies are found and for this reason DMSO is imlikely to be sold over the counter, but will remain a prescription item. Dr. Jacob warns that it certainly is not a cure-all. No effect, good or bad, has been found on cancer. It hasn't helped with heart conditions. But it has had so many remarkable results, the lecturer says, "that we are beginning to wonder what the joker in the deck may be." His wife can testify that it is bad for some things. When she was stung by a bee on the ankle he applied DMSO. Apparent ly, the venom was carried inward and the sting became worse than if he had left it alone. DEVOTION TO MEDICINE - Dr. Joseph S. Hayhurst (right) presents the 1964 Beaver Medical Foundation award to Dr. Arthur E. Varden at Redlands Country Club. The plaqua mentions his humility and his acceptance was accordingly— a simple "thank you." (Photo by Armond) Dr. Arthur Varden wins Beaver Foundation award Terri White enters race for Redlands Queen title Democrat club meets tonight in Mentone Victor J. Simmons will preside when members of the Mentone Democratic club meet tonight at the Women's clubhouse on Tourmaline avenue, starting at 7:30 p.m. Reports will be heard from the various committees concerning taxation, social welfare, automation and Latin American policy. These are issuses which will be considred at the California Democratic Council next month in Sacramento. TERRI WHITE SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Weather Jan. 18 .-. Jan. 17 ... Jan. 13 _. Jan. 19 .... Jan. 20 ._. Jan. 21 Jan. 22 __ Jan. 23 — Jan. 24 „. Jan. 25 ... Jan. 26 ._. Jan. 27 _ Jan. 28 Jan. 29 -.. Jan.'30 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 10 Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. M Feb. 16 BalnfaU Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son . 73 . 81 . 82 . 74 . 60 . 57 . 55 . 65 . 58 . 58 . 68 . 65 . 78 . 79 . 81 . 67 . 72 . 70 . 76 . 74 . 61 . 51 . 61 . 65 . 57 . 59 . 58 . 65 . 67 . 63 . 67 47 49 51 48 51 50 46 41 50 .29 35 35 33 4U _ 43 44 46 37 40 37 45 41 _ 48 .35 42 .01 34 _ 41 39 32 28 34 35 35 M 3.74 3.75 Lambeth hurt when car sideswiped A Redlands man was jailed on charges of drunken driving last night after his pickup truck allegedly sideswiped a car at Brookside and Lakeside avenues, causing injury to the other driver, police reported. Booked at City Jail and later released on $3,219 bail pending a Feb. 25 court appearance was William E. Leicht, 58, of 1048 Brookside. Police said the driver of the car, James L. Lambeth, 1205 Cedar, was treated by a private physician for a back injury sustained in the 8:17 p.m. accident. According to police, Lambeth said he was eastbound on Brookside when Leicht's oncoming pickup, traveling on the wrong side of the road, sideswiped his car. WILLIAM G..MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOOKE. Editor. Publislied every evening (excepi Sunday) at Facts building, 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands, California. Founded October 23, 1890, 7Stl) year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890, at the Post Offlca at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advance! By Carrier Oelliery Qua Month t 1.50 Three Monthi 4.20 Sii Month. 8.30 One Tear 16.40 One Month One Tear By MaU _ 18.011 Money? For: Bills, Taxes, Medical Expenses, Furniture, Appllances^any worthwhile purpose See MIorris Plaxi 233 East Slola St., Redlandi 6930 Magnolia Avenue, Riversid* 3595 Eighth Street, Riversida 1359 E. Street, San Bernardino A young business woman today set her sights on the 1965 Miss Redlands title. Terri White, a 20-year-old Bank of America employe, is the ninth entry in this year's Miss Redlands contest. She is active in Venture Club, a young business womans' service organization for which she is treasurer. Miss White, a 1963 graduate of Redlands High school, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard M. White, 333 Lotus avenue. The pretty bank employe is 5- feet, 6-inches Ull with brown hair and brown eyes. She has a wide range of interests which include modeling, sewmg, paint ing, tennis, bowling and swimming. Deadline for entering the Miss Redlands competition, sponsored by the Junior Chamber of Commerce, is Feb. 22. The deadline coincides with the start of the first "practice" session prior to the gala Feb. 27 judging program in Grace Mullen auditorium on the Redlands High Campus. All single girls between 17 and 22 are eligible to participate Entry forms may be obtained at the Daily Facts office, 700 Brookside avenue. Queen aspirants may submit theu: own photographs or the Facts will take one for publication purposes. A capacity audience is anticipated when the Miss Redlands candidates are judged on beauty, poise and personality. They will appear on stage in street clothes, bathing suits, and eve^ ning gowns. The winner will represent the community in tb« National Or. ange Show Queen contest in early March and will reign as Miss Redlands for a year. Vital Records DEATHS SULLIVAN — Died in San Bernardino, Calif., Feb. 15, 1965, Mrs. Bonnie 0. Sullivan, 12628 2nd street, 'yucaipa, aged 54 years, native of Arkansas, and resident of Yucaipa for 5 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, William R. Sullivan, one daughter, Mrs. Clark (Merle) Halfacre, Redlands; three sons, Gerald Sullivan, Preston Sullivan, and Boyce Sullivan, Yucaipa; two brothers, Sidney Husfcey, Moline, 111.; and Everett Huskey, Saffell, A^an sas; and 7 grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Bev. James L. Stearns, pastor of Trinity Baptist Church, tolermeat in wi. nut Ridge, Arkansas. DEICH — Died in Mentone, CaUf., Feb. 15, 1965, Mrs. Martha Deich, 1906 Verde Vista drive, aged 84 years, native of Germany, and resident of Meijtone for 1 year. Funeral services and buriaJ in Portland, Oregon. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. Citrus MorM LOS ANGELES, Feb. 16 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sit 72s 88s First grade 3.72 3.58 3.78 U3s 13gs Fkst grade 3.77 4.01 Trend: Steady. Melcher again to head Family Service board John Melcher was re-elected president of the Family Service Association bo^rd at the recent annual meeting followed by luncheon in the Living Center at the Southern California Edison Company. Elmer C. Parks conducted the reorganization meeting after the regular session. Also voted into office were Mr. Parks, first vice president; William 0. Mulligan, second vice president; Alex Scott, treasurer; Mrs. Dorothy Cope Weller, secretary and Mrs. Harold W. Baker, recording secretary. Mrs. Allan .^Iman is the Association's visiting nurse and Mrs. Lucille Older is executive secretary. Mrs. William Morrison and Mrs. Donald Stevning, retiring from the board, will be replaced by Mrs. Howard Hayes and Mrs. Kenneth Webber. Mrs. Emma E. Minch, executive director of the Visiting Nurses Association for San Bernardino County, was speaker of the day, explaining the work of this organization. Mrs. Brandon Stanley also spoke of the work of the Visiting Nurses Association. Leslie Sherman, on behalf of the Edison Company, welcomed the FSA board to the company for their meeting. In the statistics report for 1964, it was noted that 474 families, including 2801 individuals, were given assistance. This included both material aid and counseling and assistance through community services. During the year, 974 home calls were made by the visit- tag nurse who averaged 81 calls per month. To Dr. Arthur E. Varden, currently head of the County Hospital at San Bernardino, the Beaver Medical Clinic Foundation presented its second an^ nual award here last evening. Dr. Joseph S. Hayhurst, on behalf of the Foundation, made the presentation before a large dinner meeting at the Redlands Country club. The te.xt reads: ". . .in recognition of his devotion to the medical profession as evidenced by his contributions to the scientific and organizational aspects, by his intellectual honesty, by his hu­ mility in the practice of medi cine, by his generosity in the use of his time for the good of all doctors and patients, and by his constant loyalty and friendship." Prior to his appointment a? head of the hospital 15 years ago. Dr. Varden was a pedi atrician in private practice. For years he was secretary of tbe County Medical Association; then, president. In 1964 the first Beaver Foundation award was made posthumously to Dr. Harold R. Morris, radiologist at Redlands Community Hospital. New Cfiesf committees named at board meeting Asks Banning levee SACRAMENTO (UPI) — Sen. Gordon Cologne, D-Indio, Monday introduced a bill asking for $10,000 for the state's share of the Banning levee project of the Riverside County flood control and water conservation district. Announcemenf of Services GR.4.TES, Rudolph W. 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Yucaipa Chapel PANNALS, Charles E. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Committee members were appointed and a fund drive to belp install a sauna bath at the YMC.\ was approved during a meeting yesterday of the Redlands Community Chest's board of directors. Dr. William E. Umbach explained that some Sl,500 will be sought for the saiina bath. The drive will be conducted entirely among members of the Y. Thirty-eight committee seats were filled, headed by an executive committee composed of Jim Glaze, chest chairman and Jim Brown, Mrs. Robert K. Scholton, Paul Wilson, Mrs. G. L. Witter and Joseph W. Enarson. Here are the other committee appointments: Finance — Bro^vn. chairman, Ron Hentschel, Dale Eckrote Carl Ledbetter and M.H. Emerich. Kick-off annual meeting — Dr. Umbach, chairman, Mrs. Anch ard F. Zeller, Ted Schmidtmann. Father Henry Keane and Stanley W. Call. Volunteer help — Mrs. L. J. Silberberger and Mrs. Scholton. Publicity — Julian H. Blakeley, chairman, Jerome Brownson, Mrs. H. Fred Heisner, Elmer C. Parks and Dr. Ivan BeU. Poulfry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Fab. 18 (UPI) ^ Eggs: prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered cents higheri: AA extra large 38',4-40M,. A extra large 3TA-39 'Z. AA large 30'4-34',i. A large 28'/,-29'/v, B large 24',4-25ii. AA medium 23',i-S8V4, A medium 23^^-24V7, AA small 20Vz- 23Vii. A small 18",4-19ii!. Prices to consumers; AA large 39r51, A large 35^43, A.^ medium 39.45, A medium S5-43, AA smaU 37-39. A small 34-38. Poultry: Fryers 17rl9, roasters 2Ir 25. egg type liens delivered 4 '/4 -6 wtd. avg. 3.00. at ranctt 3-3 wtd. avg. 3.60; turkeys: young toms un der 30 lbs. 22, fryer roasters 20. Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS. HARRIET A. LEAK RENFROW Services 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Cliapel. MRS. BONNIE 0. SULLIVAN Services 10:00 a.m., Wednesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Body will Jie in state from 6 :00 p.m. tonight until service hour, MRS. MARTHA DEICH Body wiU be forwarded to Portland, Orgeon., for funeral service and burial. F. ARTHUR CORTNER Campaign — Nick Karahalios, chairman, Leroy Hansberger, Swen Larsen, Dr. Kenneth Ghormley, Mrs. W. Roscoe Crim and Arthur Gregory Jr. Nommating Hansberger, chairman, Elmer C. Parks, Kenneth M. Hurlhert, Mrs. Charles 0. Pierpojnt and A. R. Schultz Jr. United Fund appraisal — Brown, chairman, Karahalios and Eckrote. The current membership ol the Loma Linda area study committee was continued: Mrs. Heisner, Schultz and Bill Brunton. The directors delayed action on implementing a recommendation that the chest expand itself into a United Fund. Action was put off following a suggestion that representatives of other segments of the community should participate in such a major step. The recommendation was submitted at last month's board of directors meetmg which preceded the annual meeting. The directors also went on record as opposing a bill in the state legislature which would put employes of non-profit corporations under the unemployment insurance act. Yesterday's meetmg was the directors' first under their new officers for this year. Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday. Feb. U, 196$ ^ 9 PAone company to spend $5.37 million in area California Water and Tele, phone company plans to spend $5,371,840 in Redlands for construction and service improvement projects during 1965, Dale Eckrote, Redlands division manager, revealed today. The Redlands expenditures represent nearly one-third of the company's total $ia million bud get for improvements. 'In the Redlands metropolitan area which mcludes Yucaipa, Policefile action against tliree youtlis Juvenile court petitions were filed yesterday against three Redlands youths in connection with a series of burglaries at downtown businesses. The three teen-agers were among six youths arrested last month after allegedly committing another burglary at the Harris Co. They were linked to four other downtown burglaries last week. Police said the other three youths taken into custody in connection with the Harris Co. burglary on Jan. 8 did not take part in the other thefts. Two of these three were arrested in an alley behind the Harris Co. Mrs. Beaver's motlier dies Mrs. Martha Deich, mother of Mrs. Meredith G. Beaver of Redlands, died in Mentone yesterday at the age of 84. Mrs. Deich, a native of Germany, came to Redlands several years ago to be with her only daughter. Prior to that time, she had lived m Portland Ore., but was a frequent visitor to Redlands. For the past year, she had been in a Mentone rest home where she died yesterday. In addition to her daugher, she leaves one son, Frank Deich of Portland, Ore., and three grandchildren, including Mrs. James A. Smith and Mrs. John G. Wilcoxson Jr. of Redlands; and eight great-grandchildren. Funeral services and burial will be in Portland. F. Arthur Cortner Redlands chapel is in charge of local arrangements. Quote of Day MOSCOW — Radio Moscow warning that U.S. attacks on North Viet Nam could lead to World War HI: "The flames of war starting in one place could easily spread to neighboring countries, and in the final count, embrace the whole world." Me^tone and Lpma I4n4a gross expenditures will ejiceed $1,071,990' for planned improvements, Eckrote said. "And," he continued, "in our operations m Redlands proper we will invest slightly more than $700,000 in new central pMces and equipment." Eacb of the Redlaiids area offices is scheduled fpr substantial equipment additions headed by an ej^penditiire of $874,180 in the Redlands and a $208,?30 addition in yucaipa. Highlighting the progress of the past year was the start of the $350,000 building addition to the Redlands building located at 11 Orange street. This structure is sclieduied for. c.ompieiion in April 1965, Eckrote comiflented. Other noteworthy improvements made in the Redlands area in 1964 included a $35^000 building addition in Loma Linda, the improvement of all telephone facilities in the Camp Angelus area, the enlargement of the Yucaipa Base Rate area and subsequent major underground conduit and cable additions along Yucaipa boulevard, includijig a $50,000, building addition to the Yucaipa central office, Eckrote stated. Reflecting on the growth in telephone service in the Bed- lands metropolitan area, Eckrote pomted out that for the past 25 months this area has produced the highest rate of telephone increase in the Company's operation with a gain of approximately 25 per cent during the period; and mora than 30,7000 telephones are now in service in the four offices serving the area. TOP HONORS Fifth test PALMDALE (UPI)—The giant XB70 experimental plane, forerunner of supersonic jet transports took off today on its fifth test flight. The 185 - foot long, six - jet plane, looking like a flying sea serpent, lifted its wheels from the North American Aviation strip here at 10:02 a.m. pst for a scheduled hour and 20 minute flight. P. S.-—Ptrjonal Service takes "top honort" because it provides tap quality insuranct for you and top natch claim service whenever you need it. That's why you'll find that we put P. S. "in the picture" with every policy we recommend. Call tis. Sawyer,Cook&Co. REDUNOS, CALIFORNIA /nsurance S Im^i ionds 12 W. State Phone 793-2814 IsfrtsMifiitff /tTNA CASUAlir AMD SUinV COMPAMT Fancy car: Buick Speciaiy-e 221 BROOKSlDEAVL .PYMAll Fancy. But not too fancy. Just enough to make your friends think you've found oil in the basement. You nuay think so, too, when you get tcquainted with Bu!«H '9 V-6'the best thing that ever happened to 6 cylinders. Its 225 cu. in- delivers 155 h>p<> without delivering you to the gas station all the time> As to the plaint homely pricfi, you'll find it looks restful in the family budget. We design the Buick Specidl W yo» can drive a Buick and still enjoy the other good things in life. See your Buick dealer.; Remember: a Buick for only $2343.00*. That's the plain, honest (inspiring) trutta.i Plain price: $2343 .00 - *lluiufuturir'i luf geited iitall price for Sptcitl V-S a-dr. coupe. Price Include! Federil Exciie Tu and lurceited deiltf' dlUrtfl w4 btl!dUn( chtrce (triDiporttllon chiriei, tfciiiqriei, other eptioiul equipmeat, alfU tad loctl &lilt ,|44iUf &lU*. Wouldn't you really rather go first class ? See your local authorized Buick dealer^ - PUICK MSTe* BIVl'siON MADE IN CALIFORNIAfOR CAUFORNIANS

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