Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 8, 1963 · Page 4
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4 - Monday, July 8, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts LANDMARK NO. 2 — Recognize fhfs? It's a piduresque portion of on early Redlands landmark, second in the series pictured for identification in the Landmarks game prepared by the Redlands Diamond Jubilee historical committee. The clue to this one is "From Jewels to Decoration." Contestants should send their identifying answer on a postcard, postmarked not later than Sunday midnight, addressed to Mrs. Dorothy H. Brenan, 821 East Colton ovenue, and include their name and oddress. The answer will be published next Monday. Winners, who properly identify all nine Landmarks will receive two tickets to the Old Timers dinner in November with the runner- up receiving two tickets to the Historical Homes tour, also in November. LANDMARK NO. 1 - The clue was "1877 — Beattie battles the immature mind". The answer is, "Monument erected on the site of the first public school where pioneer George Beattie taught in 1877 when the community was known as Lugonia. The monument was erected in 3935 on the site, northwest corner of Lugonia avenue and Church street. Mr. and Mrs. Beattie were co-authors of "Heritage of the Valley", a historical account of this area. Two held for theft of car and tools Two Yucaipa teenagers are in custody of police today for the theft of a car and tools in Redlands last week. One of the suspects was arrested at an abandoned bam in Live Oak canyon where the stolen car was hidden. The other suspect fled but later volun tarily turned himself over to Sheriffs deputies in Yucaipa. The suspects were arrested in connection with the theft of a car owned by SteWcUt C. Hinckley, 760 Wrlnut, son of State Assemblyman Stewart Hinckley. One of the teenagers also admitted the May 15 theft of tool boxes from Arthur B. Braswell, 1335 La Ar riba drive, and Leonard W. Bednorz, 130 East South avenue. They also were involved in the theft of another vehicle from San Bernardino. The suspects apparently were stripping the cars of accessories which they sold, police reported. Both teenagers were certified to juvenile court authorities. Seven hurt in two car collision A two car accident on Mill Creek Road (State Route 38) Saturday afternoon left seven people injured according to a California Highway Patrol report today. The collision occurred some 579 feet east of Newport on Mill Creek at 3:40 p.m. One automobile, driven by Marjorie E. Martin of Colton sideswiped a car driven by Lawrence JIcEwen, 25318 Van Leuven, Lflma Linda, according to the CHP. Injured in the Martin vehicle were: Marjorie Martin, driver, and her son Terry 12. The injured in the McEwen car included the driver Lawrence McEwen, 30, Sandra McEwen 25; Gregory l^IcEwen age five, Eugene Voth, 26, and Marklyn Voth, 27, both of Loma Linda. The injured were transported to Redlands Community Hospital by Redlands Ambulance Service and Hughes Ambulance. Both of the Martins received serious injuries as did Lawrence McEwen and Eugene Voth, according to the CHP. CHP officers Tom Beals and George Cook investigated the accident. Supervisors to delay commission appointments County supervisors plan to hold off on considering appointments to the newly-authorized Local Agency Formation Commission until they are certain who is eligible. Supervisor S. Wesley Break stated that the county has not received final provisions of the state legislation creating the commission. The five-member commission must be established after Septem 'We will obtain a copy of the bill as soon as it is signed by the governor. Any action would be premature before then," he said. —r— ,.T^-' ' "j T U- The new law provides that two obtain their ow-n Diamond Jubi- of the commission members be 'ee badge which went on sale "county officers," appointed by the county super\'isors. Break stated that he felt at least one of the county - appointed members should have a background in the technical aspects of annexations and special districts. Tv.o other commission mem- musc oe esiaoiisiieu duci ocinci.i-i — ber 19 according to the bill passed j bers must be "city officers, ap- by the 1963 State Legislature. The body will have the power to approve or disapprove all proposed incorporations, annexations and special districts within the county. "We don't want to make our appointments now and find out later we made a mistake," Break explained. County Administrative Officer Robert Covington pomted out that there is "no great rush" since the law does not take effect until mid-September. He added that to his knowledge the Governor has not signed the legislation. pointed by a committee of the mayors of the cities in the county. The fifth member, representing the public, will be named by the other four. When the commission is in operation, it must review all proposals for incorporation, annexation and formation of special districts in their early stages. It will have the power to disapprove request for authorizations to circulate petitions for incorporation and annexation among voters and property owners. Such disapproval will kill the move for a full year. Rev. Keane witnesses impact of Kennedy visit 'Don't heed what anyone tells the warmth of the welcome he you. America is still very much received. — "— =- still in beloved and best of all, beloved by the common people of th world. "Believe me, there is the world a vast reservoir of good will for America. I don't know whether the newspapers or So reports Rev. Henry Keane the politicians or the intellectuals of the Redlands Sacred Heart like America. I don't think they church in a letter to his parish loners after watching the greet ing President John F. Kennedy received in Ireland. Father Keane left June 1 for a visit to Ireland to participate in the 2Slh year reunion of his ordination class at St. Patrick's college in Dublin. In an open letter (o his parishioners, he tells of the President Kennedy visit to Ireland which was incidental to his own visit. "I had not planned it that way, but it did happen that President Kennedy came to Ireland last night. I had the opportunity of witnessing his welcome. "I wished you had been here. You would have been proud. Honestly, you would have cried. I have never seen anything to beat do. "One thing I knew for certain last night was that the common people genuinely and truly love and trust America. After what I saw last night no one will ever tell me different. "You will never know what today meant over here. Today I day meant over nere. loaay i ncicn^c "»o - jjirjam circle, picnic at syivan watched an Irish and European ment and I saw into the hearts ot ^^^.j.. Thursday, 12 noon, Dora television — they had an all- these people. ^-j^[g pjcnig gt Sylvan Park. "I saw there a wonderful, won- Europe hookup for the occasion. Ott Circle, picnic at Sylvan Park. ™^tch7^; PresidJ^it";';;;^ 'ff^T^^iz^ ^s^tst^^^^ijs^ United States visit the old home- V vL'TL't In T ?hn ,!iM dinner and program; Wednesday, stead from which his great-great '^"d Ijff liappy and I thought ^ « • ^^^^J grandfather emigrated to Ameri- '^""'^ '° ^"^'^^ • • Hall; Thur^ay. 4:30, Bell Ring- ca 120 years ago. —< '• C„;,.„ T was watching 1 was \>aiLniiio iii u iiuicj ium uuiu^acu 4uiii»^w»w ut.^... -c- - lounge with Irish, English and ances '.vill find a ready market of the Stan Blackburns._ _ Continental European visitors, through Classified Ads. First Church of Christ Scien. Pomposa Sainz dies at 57 Mrs. Pomposa F. Diaz Sainz, 545 West Stuart avenue, lifelong resident of Redlands, died Saturday in San Bernardino following a brief illness. She was 57 years old. Jlrs. Sainz leaves four children, Alfred Armendariz, Vera Cardoza and Rachel Sainz, all of Redlands, and Ernest Armendariz of San Bernardino; and 11 grard- children. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Emmerson Redlands chapel. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St.- Mary's church with Rev. Ricardo Meza, pastor, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Lawrenct De Heer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Abe De Heer. 325 Phlox avenue, was named to the Dean's List at Harvey Mudd college in Claremont for the second semester. I A rax WtST COAST TH6AT»t 77 • 123 Ccjon SIretl • FY. 3-4331 2 P.M. Daily Wed.-Sun. Mon. & Tues. Cent. 7 P.M. J»n»t L*i9h — Ann Margret "BYE BYE BIRDIE" Great Entertainment Also — Glenn Ford In "LOVE IS A BALL" Beth Features In Color Now You Know By United Press International The earliest surviving toys are miniature horses baked from clay dating from 500 B.C., but children have been known to possess playthings such as toy soldiers and dolls since about 3,000 B.C., according to Collier's Encyclopedia. Frederick Gamsey Associafed With Deshler Office Frank (Gus) Deshler Jr., Redlands realtor, announces the association of Frederick B. (Tad) Gamsey with his office at 1263A Brookside Ave. Garnsey, a life long resident of Redlands, graduated from Redlands High School in 1940 and attended the University of Calif, at Davis. During Worid War II he served as an Air Force pilot seeing action in the European Theater. Upon returning to Redlands he assumed management of the family owned business of the California Trout Co. in Mentone. This he sold in 1960. For the past 18 months Gamsey has been associated with the Prudential Insurance Co. where he qualified for the exclusive West- em Leaders Round Table which was held in San Francisco in Apra. Gamsey lives at 1016 Fulbright Ave., with his wife, Betty and their three children Beth, Janet and Michael. Adv.' JAMES A. SADOYAMA, M.D. Diplomate of the American Board of Otolaryngology ANNOUNCES THE OPENING OF HIS OFFICES For the Practice of Otolaryngology at 229 Cajon Street Dial 793-3241 in a hotel Diamond Jubilee badges now on sale Souvenir savers were quick to at the July 4th celebration in Sylvan Park. The metal disc commemorates Redlands' 75th Anniversary celebration and will be a keepsake of the year-long festivities which will end in November. Sale of the badges is being handled by the Soroptomists. They sell for SI with the proceeds going to the Diamond Jubilee Committee to finance the windup celebration set for November. The distinctive button is an eye- catcher. It measures 3^ inches across and features a blue diamond on a white background. Within the diamond are pictured an orange tree, the Prosellis and the UR Chapel. The design is the same as that which appears on the Diamond Jubilee Committees official stationary, as well as on stationary used by many local businesses. Soroptomist president Ruth Prescott announced today that the souvenir buttons will not be placed on city wide sale until September, but that persons wishing to obtain one before then may contact either her at Prescott's Insurance or Mrs. Paul Schaeffer at Hockridge Florist. Also available as a Diamond Jubilee souvenir is a plastic hat fashioned after the old-fashioned straw skimmer. There was absolute dead silence. "The emotional impact of these people was terrific. They were stirred to the very depths of their hearts. The emigrant boy had returned to visit the humble home of his ancestors and that boy was moving. People actually cried. Pretense was set aside for a mo- TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appli- JUBILEE BADGE — Nov/ available as a 75th Diamond Jubilee souvenir is this distinctive button being sold by the Redlands Soroptimist Club. Reproduction indicates the actual size of the button. Church Calendar First Assembly of God of Redlands — Wednesday, 7:30, Family Fellowship night. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints — Thursday, 7:30, prayer service. Church of the Foursquare Gospel — Thursday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer. First Methodist — Tuesday, 7, Troop 4, 7:30, Ship 4; Thursday, 6:30, Patio supper. The WSCS will present Air. Vic Wardle of Long Beach showing slides on "Institute Lowe" — an orphanage under the Jlethodist Church in Mercedes, Argentina. First Evangelical Lutheran — Monday, 8, Building committee the President of the United States, meeting at'the"church; Tuesday, ••It was deeply and profoundly 6:30, Evening Guild, picnic at Syl- 'pnnip artiiallv cried. '_ . r.,., j—. van Park; Wednesday, 12 noon, Miriam circle, picnic at Sylvan ers' rehearsal; Friday, Spice and Spouse swim party at the home tist — Wednesday evening testimonial meetings held in the church edifice Fourth & West Vine streets at 8 p.m. Public invited. Reading room located in the Masonic building 131 Cajon street I open to the public Monday through Friday 10 am.-5 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 1 pjn. Religious Science — Thursday, 12, Women's Guild, 12313 Fremont St.. Yucaipa. Church oif tfie Natarene — Monday, 7:30, Monthly Church Board meeting; Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.. Missionary prayer and Fasting service, 10:30 a.m., Mary Martha Missionary Workday; Thursday, 7, Church Prayer meeting, 8, Choir Rehearsal; Friday, 6:30, diurch Missionary annual Kick- Off service; Saturday, 7 a.m.. Youth Choir trip to Catalina. Christian & Missionary Alliance — Wednesday, 7, midweek Bible study and prayer meeting, 8:15, Choir rehearsal. Divine Saviour United Presbyterian — Monday thm Friday, Vacation Church school at Casa Blanca; Monday thru Thursday, 7:30-9:30, Leadership traming at First Presbjterian Church; Wednesday, 1:30, Ruth and Naomi Cir- Mrs. Kennedy of Mentone dies at 89 Mrs. Esther P. Kennedy, 1752 Mentone boulevard, Mentone, a resident of that community for the past 23 years, died in Loma Linda yesterday at the age of 89. She was a native of Spirit Lake, Iowa. Jlrs. Kennedy leaves one son, Harold P. Kennedy of Mentone, and a brother. Dr. Stillman Woodward of Colorado Springs, Colo. Funeral services are arranged for 11 a.m. Thursday at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel with Rev. Delbert JtcLaugh- lin of the Congregational church, officiating. Interment will follow in Hillside Memorial Park. Mr. and Mrs. John R. Meleher and family have moved to Redlands from Los Angeles and are now living at 502 Cajon street. Mr. Meleher is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John E. Meleher, 180 West Highland avenue. cle for sewing, 7, mid-week service, Casa Blanca. Christ Lutheran (Me. Synod)— Monday. 7:30, Pastor's discussion class; Tuesday. 7:30, Congregational voters meeting; Thursday, 7:30, S. S. Teachers meeting. University Methodist — Thursday, 10 a.m., W.S.C.S. picnic at 2780 Mill Creek road, Mentone. First Presbytarian — Monday, 7:30-9:30, Commuter School in Christian Education building; Tuesday. 7:30-9:30, Commuter school in Christian Education building; Wednesday, 10 a.m.. Prayer Fellowship in the chapel; 7:30-9:30, Commuter school: Thursday, 5:30, Supper m Knox Hall for faculty of commuter school, 7:30-9:30, Commuter schooL MAHRESS AND UPHOLSTERY CUSTOM MADE MATTRESSES Free Piek-Up and Delivery Free Estimates BANNER Mattress & Upholstery Co. m CAJON PY 3-5851 Aepi0UiiES1oeiHEI|SO^ r.. MO N DAYJU ESDAY & WED N ESDAY COOK'S U.S.D.A. CHOICE CORNED BEEF BONELESS BRISKET Super-Right GAMi HENS ROCK CORNISH 20-OZ. ea. 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