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   Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - October 30, 1964, Corona, California                                 pairìsSo^^  orti io top r  team  DONNA HUSEBOE  .and hubby. ìs navigator  By JIMMIE R. WTMITE  What does the o r d "rally" mean to you? It means fun, competition, excitement and an unusual outing for thousands of sports car enthusiasts throughout the world.  Corona is hoine base for the top rally team in the Southland, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Huseboe of 649 Hacienda.  In addition to being t h 'e best, the - Huseboe team is unique because Mrs. Huseboe (Donna) is the driver and Dale is the navigator. Of the top 50 Southern California drivers only four are womtn.  The Huseboes finished first in the club class in the recent El Camino Real National Rally. The event, which was staged by t h e  Southern California chapter of the California Sports Car Club, started in Santa Ana with an overnight stop in San Ditgo. The Saturday run traversed the Cleveland National Forest and the Sunday run skirted the Pacific Ocijan from Tor-rey Pines back to Santa Ana. ,  Near the top TTie Corona husband-wife  team are currently three points out of first place in the statewide point standings. The final championship rally of the year will ,Wc held Nov. 15 and t he-state championship will be decidcd in this event be-cau^se the winner of a rally receives 15 points.  Tho season's final rally, an eight to 10 hour event, will start in San Fernando  VaU'oy. Entrants will ■ not receive their printed navigational charts until just before departure time.  The object of rallying is to stay on course and arrive at chock points on time. Contestants, who are timed down to fractions of a s'oc-ond, do not want to arrive at the check points, which are unknown to them, early or late. Contestants  arriving at tho chcck points closost to tho proscribed time are the winners.  Two-second cushion The Huseboes, who have been rallying for four years, won the El Camino Real event by two seconds. In addition to giving diroc-t i 0 n s, t h 'o navigational charts give a required speed for each section of the run. Navigators must compensate  for such things as stop lights and traffic tioups and instruct the driver to speed up or slow down so that the team will arrive at t h^e . ch'ock points on time.  Mr. and Mrs. Huseboe, who started rallying^ be-cause it was somothing they oould do together and got them out of the house, are members of tho Rally (Continued on page 3)  Consulting Coronans  Today's question: What are you going to do for Halloween land what do you like to get for "trick or treats"?  KATHY DELGADILLO, 1219 D St.:  "I am going to some neighbors' houses for trick or treats before we go over to the costume parade at Cimbell school. T am going to 3 e Cinderella and my cos--A tume is all ready. I like when .people give me gum the best and the next best thing to get is lollypops."  If a !>  BRUCE HARBOUR, 635 Canary Lane:  "I am going for tricks or treats on our street before we go to school. I have a "Bi;; Sarge" c o s-tume that we got at a store. My dad bought some yellow corn candy one day and I liked it so we are going to give that for tricks or treats at our house and my mother said I could have some of it too because I liked, it so much." »  STUART HARBOUR, Canary Lane:  "I sure  G35  Life-Saver ter Rums, you think people ever give those for trick or treats? I saw 'My Favorite Martian' on television and I got a costume i like that for Halloween. J think I'll get lots of things in my big bag when I go to our neighbors' houses."  * 5 a  RUDY RECENDEZ, 22S Howard:  "I like to get apples best of all on Hallo,w-y • een and the next thing I like to get is popcorn. I will go out for trick or | treats before I go to the school carnival and 1 won't take my bag of treats to the school with me. I bought my costume last week and I  am going to be a skeleton."  «  BECKY LEACH, 1971 Pine-crest Drive:  "i'^'am going for trick o r treats on two streets and then I am going to the school carnival and Carrie Cupit is going with me. I have a rabbit costume and one day I found a real l^unny tail in the hills and my mother fixed it and is going to put it on my costume for Halloween. I like to get any kind of candy because 1 like all kinds."  Weather  Corona had .U4 of an inch of rain during yesterday's storm. It will be mostly sunny tomorrow, with slightly warmer temperature.  Yesterday's high was 79 while last night's low was >3: chilly 45. It was 67 at noon today.  VOL. 51  A IICMfl|M|MF  CENTS CORONA. CALIF.  iMftm Itlvmldt County  PHONE 737.1234  FRIDAY, OCTOBE^O, 1964  Police arrest suspects in  plywood,  burglaries  like But-Do  By HENRY LEPPARD  STRAIGHTEN THAT TIE — Jerry Mc-Daniel: senior linebacker of Corona, Senior High's Panthers, gets the finishing touches put on his gold tie by sophomore Winkie Wolfe. McDaniel  won the tie by being top scorer and defensive player on the Panthers. The award was made at a pep rally held this forenoon to make ready for the Corona-Rubidoux game at Rubidoux tonight.  GOP workers disquieted by four-letter word discovery  Local Republicans, shocked today by a four-letter word they found printed in some of their campaign literature, are disclaiming any connection with it.  xMrs. -George Stanley, campaign coordinator at Republican Headquarters, said the printed word is penciled onto regular campaign literature in connection with the name of Presidential candidate Barry Goldwater. Apparently persons "helping" local Republicans prepare literature for distribution were responsible, she said.  The "thing that's worrying the Republicann is that some of the material had been distributed beiore a suspicious worker managed to discover the vandalism.  Youths Suspected  Mrs. Stanley said that headquarters workers s'uspect two unidentified youths of penciling in the word, and she gave this version of the incident:  About 7:'30 p.m yesterday two boys of upper junior High school age came to the headquarters and offered to aid in preparing the material for distribution. They were es-corted to -the door by a maa that workers, assumed to be the father of one or ,both of the volunteers.  11  Workers saw, nothing .unusual in the situation, . since they frequently have 'been aided by boys and girls of this age grcup.,  "We roll several items of literature into a single bundle and secure it with a rubber  in his hand. Asked by the worker what he was doing with it, he replied, "Nothing."  Thinking about it after returning heme, the worker became worried and this morning opened several of the rolls and discovered the vandalism.  Workers hastily went through the rest of the rolls remaining at the headquarters and threw out all they could find that had been defaced. "We're afraid though," Mrs. Stanley said, "that the word was on some literature that had gone out before we discovered wij^t had happened."  band," Mrs. Stanley explained, "and since we distribute about 7,500 bundles each week, we're glad to get all the help we can."  Pencil Noted  While work was in progress, a headquarters staffer noticed one of the boys had a pencil  Man injured in fall at Norco  A Mira Loma man fell from a truck in Norco this morning and'broke his right leg in in several places.  He is Glen H. Billy, who is reported in good condition in Corona Comm.ijnity Hospital.  Witnesses said Billy fell from a garbage dis,posaI truck while loading at about 7 a.m. Billy works for the Norco Disposal Co. and lives at 6614 Dana in Mira Loma.  Index  Experts venture a state-by-state forecast of Tuesday's vote in the presidential race on Page 13.  Churches 777 r.7r; ; vT7:vv;vfr-7  Comics ....................16  Crossword .................1«  Editorials . .:.............. 12  Entertainment Memo ...... 16  Horoscope ................. 2  Markets ................... 5  Memory Lane ..............12  Society .................... 9 PUMPKIN EATERS—Three members of  Sports ...........10-11 the Norco Nursery School at Norco  Theaters ....................16 Community Center diq out some pump-  TV - Radio .......... 8 kin during the school's Halloween party  Police were en route to Long Beach this forenoon to pick up a suspect in last week's $2,200 plywood burglary, and have cracked yesterday's burglary at Carmel's Cafe.  The cate burglary was solved and a suspect was in jail within 12. hours after it occurred and within four hours after it was reported to police at 5:10 a.m. yesterday.  Police Capt. Ben Biggers, who earlier this week promised that arrests were imminent in the plywood burglary at Benson's Cabinet Works. 1400 Frontage Ro;id, today identified that suspect as Freddie James Pickett, 29, of l.ong Bcach. He said that other arrests arc pending subsequent to interrogation of Pickett.  $20,000 bond  Biggers stated that two charge.s of griind theft, one involving theft of a truck used to haul off the lumber and the other involving the lumber, itself, have been filed against Pickett. Bond has been set at $10,000 on each count.  Under arrest in connectioii ,w,ith the burglary at Carmel's is Arel Walter Beckman, 48, Corona resident and an employe of the cafe. Biggers said Beckman was picked up at BIythe and has i)een returned to Corona.  Officers connected with the investigation—Biggers, Lt. ; J. P. Farnham and Policeman E. L. Jensen—examined evi-V^ dence at the scene of the burglauy-and came up with the con-cluiion it was an inside job. Partially lelading to that concFu-sjon was evidence that a key had been used to open a floor safe "containing approximately $112 in loot.  Suspicion was directed at Beckman .when officers learned that he had the res,ponsibility for locking the money up in the safe and they were unable to locate him in Corona. The search became intensive when they were told the suspect had taken a taxicab to the bus depot in Riverside.  Arrested in BIythe  Riverside police officials checked out the bus depot and learned a suitcase had been checked there of the type in Beckman's possession during the ta.\i trip. They immediately staked out the bus depot and the suitcase until^'Corona officers arrived.  The Corona investigators discovered, however, that Beckman had taken one of two buses found for Phoenix and the suitcase was tagged for later shipment. The buses, one scheduled to go through El Centro and the other through BIythe, departed Riverside within three minutes of each other, and depot officials were unable to say which one Beckman boarded,  Brawley police oficers stopned one of the buses there but notified Coronii officers the suspect was not aboard. Officers then contracted BIythe authorities who arrested Beckman when he alighted from that bus.  Barry may be four minutes too late to fire Stevensori  LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Adlai E." Stevenson, U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, said today he would resign within a minute of the inauguration if Sen. Barry M. Goldwater is elected president.  In a speech for a World Affairs Council lunch, Stevenson  cited a statement by Republican vice presidential condidate William E. Miller that he "will be fired five minutes after Goldwater takes office.".  "To that," Stevenson said, "I can only say that he will be at least four minutes too late." ------------- ---------  this forenoon. Left to right,.,they are Wendy Bickford, 3; Renee Fontaine, 4, and Billy Davis. 4.  IT ISN'T EASY—Though the leojaard suit was easy to get into, that boot buckle is giving spme difficulty to Lisa Markall. But, knowing that Halloween doesn't come until tomorrow, she has plenty of time and the three-year-old gives it her patient consideration. Lisa attends the Corona Cooperative Nursery School.  LONESOME CAT—Zubian, pet cat of the George Stefan family of W. Tenth, is comforted by Eva Stefan: Pierre, the Stefans' baby leopard, is hosoitalized and Zubian walks around her absent playmate's empty cage many times a day.  Pierre is better  It's good news from the hospital  liy JO IVIONICH  Zubian, (he pet cat of the Georf-e Stefiin family today is wandering around looking for her playnialc. The playniali' is the four-months-old seven-pound pet leoipard which was given the Stefans lust Auiiusl by a friend.  One of the Stefun| daughters 'had long wanted a- tiger, but due to import i-e.strictions on tigers, she settled for the baby leopard.a The donor hail the leopard imported from India. It was si.\ weeks ofd whCT Eva received it.  Though the Ic0|jard is female, it was christened Pierre and soon learned to reco[ini/.(! the name when spoken to. Pierre was kept iri'; a large wire cage at first until she became accustomed to the new surroundings. ■ Zubian, the white angora  cat, started lo mukc friends with Pierre iiiiinediately. Before long they weix- communing in a mi.xturc of cat-leop-ard lan{;uage and hecame the-best of fiionds. Gradually Pierre was f^iven the run of the house and she and Zubian had gay times chasing one another and sparring .playfully. They were inseparable.  Looking for a leopard  Last Saturday at feeding time Pierre didn't respond when called. The Stefans ~fooRcd~cvery where=^and=xaOTe-to the conclusion that someone hiid left a door open iyid that Pierre had wandered away. Sunday and .Monday passed without a trace of Pierre. Zubian and the rest of the family were deeply concerned.  Tuesday evening a mctor-(Cuutiuucd ou Page 3)   

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