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4 - Tuesday, July 9. 1963 Redlands Daily Facts Community Chest committee Hansberger announces appointing Buffington In the first announcement ofi Icadersliip appointments for tho| 1963-64 Community Chest eam-i paign, Drive Chairman L e r o .v Hansberger reported today that John W. Buffington has accepted the chairmanship of the publicity Committee. Mr. Buffington is assistant manager, large solid motor programs, at Lockheed Propulsion Company. He joined Lockheed in 1960 as assistant to the president with responsibilities in planning and troubleshooting in technical and and administrative areas of company management. He holds A. B. and M. S. degrees from Dartmouth College and has completed advanced studies in business and finance at the University of Minnesota. He was formerly manager of planning and development for the industrial and defense products group of General Mills, Inc. He is married, has two children, and lives at 702 Esther way. "We are very fortunate to have a man of .Mr. Buffington's ability responsible for this vital segment of our campaign organization," Jlr. Hansberger emphasized. "He not only will have the as sistance of a very able committee, he will also be able to call on the vast resources of men and ideas available among his co workers at Lockheed," Mr. Hansberger noted. For his part, Jlr. Buffington said that, as a comparative new comer to the community, he was pleased to accept a leadership role with the Chest. He pointed out that in his opin- JOHN W. BUFFINGTON of the agencies for the slide film. Frank Postle — schedule showing of the slide film before as many groups as possible. Erwin S. Hein and Arthur Miller — agency stories and pictures for newspaper use. Gene Hinkle — decoration of store windows to publicize the work of the different agencies. Rev. Mark L. Andrews — church cooperation. M. H. Snowdon Jr. — distribution and placement of campaign posters. D. deV. Ditwiler — campaign advertising. Dr. Gilbert Brown and Rev. Ivan B. Bell — general asistance with campaign publicity. People's Column Readers of the Tacts are iBTlted to lend their thouebts on qnestlonB or public Interest for cse In the Teople's Column. Please ba brief. The writer's true name and address must accompany each letter thoacb pen names are permitted at tba editor'a discretion. Holds Faith in Public Pride To Save Prospect Park Editor Facts: We shall pay taxes with pleasure, if they contribute in any way to the preservation of Prospect Park. After the owners' death, private operation became impossible with rising taxes, and the cost of labor required to maintain roads, prune trees, clear out weeds, remove brash and dead-f wood, protect against vandalism, and carrj- liability insurance about the John Birch group when the Republicans will have to have them and their support if they win the election? If the John Birch group is so bad, and they are the extreme right, why isn't the Foreign Policy Organization just as bad and they are to the extreme left? Many of our government officials are members of this organization. Why don't you come out for some one who is a real Repub lican and see what he can do for us? After all the gamble would not be as great as the gamble we uould be taking with Mr. Rocke feller. Gov. Ccranton or some of the others. Why should Republicans have to vote for some one who has the City planners enjoy first respite in work against accidents on private P-P-1 ^ , ^ ^-j, ^ ™ I AroXWESTC0;kSTTH6AT»r • 123 Cojon Street . Pr. 3.4331 2 P. M. Daily Wed. - Sun. Mon. & Tues. Cont. 7 P.M. Janet Leigh — Ann Margret "BYE BYE BIRDIE" Great Entertainment Also — Glenn Ford In "LOVE IS A BALL" Both Features In Color ion the publicity committee needs only to focus attention on the programs provided by the eight Chest agencies as major factors of the "good life" of Redlands. "After all," Mr. Buffington said, "the attractions of Redlands didn't just happen, most of them like the Chest, are a result of the hard work by people in the community over tile years." Tliosc named to assist him in the work of publicizing the Chest campaign are: Garth Graves — vice chairman plus primarj' responsibility for development and production of the brochure and the scoreboard. William F. Nance — script for the slide film story of the eight agencies. James Sloan — action pictures South of Ontano, Calif. LUAU! EVERY SAT. NITE VU 4-4610 - NA 9-8487 Dr. Moreland to give UR courses in literature Dr. Agnes Moreland, an outstanding student and graduate of the University of Redlands in 1952, returns to her alma mater this summer as a visiting specialist in American literature. A Negro, she is believed to be the first of her race to occupy a faculty position on the UR campus. She was graduated from the UR magna cum laude and has since earned her Ph.D. degree in literature from Columbia university. She has also been awarded a Danforth fellowship and a Danforth teaching fellowship in the years since she left Redlands. A member of the NAACP, the Modem Language association. Association of American University Professors and other civic and social organizations, she has traveled extensively in Europe and has held teaching positions at Spelman college and Atlanta university. Her most recent position has been as assistant professor of English at Boston university. At Redlands, she will teach three courses during the second erty. Pomona has developed a beau tiful hillside park adjoining the Fair grounds. The finest old trees were kept and pruned high; the slopes cleared, and walks maintained below the hilltop sites sold for residences. For a contrast in hillside treatment, look at Oak street in Redlands. Imagine the bulldozers in Prospect Park. My gratitude and appreciation will always go to the families who so long gave us their private parks to enjoy. I am trying to have faith in the public pride of Redlands to save one part of that generosity. Kuth E. Sargent 1565 KnoU road Wants a "Real Republican" Editor Facts: The time has come when we need a change in the White House and whom do you think can beat .Air. Kennedy? Do you feel Republicans are going to continue to vote for liberal candidates when they have the same give away programs as we have had for the 1st 20 to 30 years? People were thrilled over Ike — but really, what did he give us? His policies resulted in Mr. Kennedy in the White House. Certainly we would have been better off — had Ike have listened to his banker brother rather than Milton. Why must the Liberal element of the party continually harp same domestic policies as the Democrats have? The time is coming when people will revolt. Mrs. John Speidel 837 West Sunset. Push for More Parks Editor Facts: Enclosed you will find an article which might be of interest in the current park issue. This particular clipping is from The Milwaukee Journal, and is specifically about the beautiful parks in Madison, Wisconsin, state capital and home of the University of Wisconsin. The article states that the "National standard for park lands is 10 acres for every 1,000 population". I would be interested to know what Redlands ratio is — in comparison with the above standaril. Anyone who has visited or lived in Madison, as we have, will be quick to agree that it is a city of bautiful parks, "above the na- ional standard". Let's hope Redlands will continue to push for more parks. Lorraine R. Jorgenson (Mrs. James R.) 922 College Avenue summer session from July 29 to Aug. 30. One will be "Selected Poets" and will include the works of Robert Frost and Emily Dickinson. She will also teach a course in American literature prior to 1900 and another on the comedies and histories of Shakespeare. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES. July 9 (UPD- Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 72s 83s First grade 5.95 5.03 Second grade 3.22 3.26 113s 138s U3s 180s First grade . 4.25 4.33 3.95 3.95 Second grade 3.31 3.15 3.16 "Trend: Higher in spots. NEW YORK (UPI) — Citrus: California Valencias 11 cars half boxes $3.61. City planners get a respite from residential subdivisions which have kept them busy since January. Only two new subdivision proposals are on today's Planntog Commission agenda. Scheduled for commission consideration are a seven-lot tract on the north side of Cypress ave nue, west of East Redlands boulevard, and a 22-lot tract on the south side of Fern avenue, west of Sherwood street. The first tract, submitted by Fred G. Johnson, is zoned for apartment development. Zoning matters will take a good share of the Commission's time tomorrow. Slated for public hear- mgs are proposed zoning for the some 540 acres of the JIarigold Farm properties the city is attempting to annex, a request for a change of zone from R-2 multiple family residential to R-2-2,000 for the four-acre parcel Mr. Johnson is submitting as a subdivision, and a proposed change of zone from light industrial to highway commercial for properties located on the east side of Texas street between the freeway and Stuart avenue. Other matters to come before the commission tomorrow include the following: —Public hearing to consider a request by Magnus Mead, W. C. Wood and Evan T. Jenkins for the vacation of an alley located between Tribune street and Post street, 365 feet north of East Sun avenue. —A request by H. W. Heers of Riverside for permission to split properly located on the south side of Palm avenue, west of Roosevelt road. —A request by Charles P. Gulp for permission to split property located on the north side of Pacific street, 450 feet west of Ridge street. —A request by U. C. Krupp for permission to split property on the north side of Palmbrook drive, lOO feet west of Ash stret. —Redlands Public Schools ask review and approval of the acquisition of property on Colton avenue adjacent and west of FrankUn Elementary School. JACK WALLEN GEORGE PHILLIPS Wallen announces buying of Pontiac dealership Jack Wallen, a San Diego man with 15 years experience in selling automobiles, has assumed ownership of the Pontiac agency in Redlands. Mr. Wallen purchased the Pontiac dealership at 522 North Orange street from Lee Gearhart and his son, Dick, who have operated the agency since 1953. The new name over the door will be Wallen Pontiac. Bom and raised in San Diego, the new owner has been a partner in a Pontiac agency in National City for the past four years. The Redlands dealership is Mr. Wallen's first solo business venture. There will be no change in personnel under the new management, but Mr. Wallen has brought in his own sales manager, George Phillips of Omaha, Nebr. Don W. Rediker will continue as service department manager. Mr. Wallen's family is still living in San Diego. He plans to move his wife, Helen, daughter. Jo, 16 and three sons, John, 19, Jim, 10, and Gary, 9, to Redlands before school starts. The oldest boy attends San Diego State College where he is the top man on the tennis team. Mr. PhilUps also plans to move his family to Redlands by September. He has served as sales manager at an automobile agency in Omaha for the past five years. Mr. Phillips formerly worked with Mr. Wallen in San Diego. His family includes his wife, Simone. and two sons, Daniel, 10, and Ralph, 15. During their nine-year management of the Pontiac agency, the Gearharts added a complete auto body repair shop and a dustfree paint booth. Dick Gearhart said today that he and his father had no definite plans for the future. They have been engaged in selling automobiles for more than 40 years. Mr. Wallen asserted that he intends to maintam high standards in service, sales and personnel. MENTONE-CRAFTSN Mm By ROSE.MARY CASSEL Facts Mentone Correspondant Telephone Redlands PY 2-7119 SCAR TURNS BLUE LONDON (UPD-Mrs. Dorothy Gubbins won 2S1 pounds ($731) in damages Monday when she testified an auto accident left her with a scar on her nose that tums blue when it gets cold. NEW HIGH RATE Mrs. Hewey Returns From Hawaii Trip Recently returning from an 3 day vacation trip to the Hawaiian Islands was Mrs. George R. Hewey, 1323 Crafton Ave. Mrs. Hewey was one of a group from the San Bernardino District making the trip arranged for by the Federated Women's Clubs. Her sister, Mrs. Roy B. Palmer of San Jose, flew down from San Francisco and met Mrs. Hewey at the Los Angeles International Airport, and then they joined the group on the fh'ght to Hawaii. While there they stayed at the Cocoanut Grove Hotel. Mrs. Hewey was also a guest of Mrs. Peter Burke, a former Redlander and graduate of the University of Redlands. Around The Town Mike Oesterblad, son of Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Oesterblad, 2512 Mill Creek Road, is recuperating at home following recent surgery at the Redlands Community Hospital. Rooting for the Dodgers at a recent game at Dodger Stadium were Jane and Seth McGhghy. Contest Winners to be Feted A barbecue next Saturday eve ning will honor the Blue Team, winners in the Space Contest at the recent Daily Vacation Bible School held at the Mentone Assembly of God Church. The 6:00 p.m. dinner will be held at church parsonage with the pastor and his wife, the Rev. and Mrs. Seth McGhghy, making the arrangements. The Blues won the contest by a point system for attendance, memory work, brmging their Bibles, and bringing others. will be them. spendmg the day with Visit Local Families Dr., Mrs. Smith Following the Sunday morning worship service at the Mentone Congregational Church the pastor and a group of parishioners traveled to Sun City, Calif., for a covered dish luncheon at the home of Dr. and Mrs. Willis E. Smith. Dr. Smith is the former pastor of the lAIentone Church, and is now pastoring the Congregational Church at Sun City. The Jlentone group spent the afternoon with the Smiths, and their hosts showed them the building site of the new Congregational Church to be built there. His congregation is now meeting at the Community Center. Participating in the outing were Rev. William H. Flygare, pastor of the Mentone Congregational Church, and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest L. Danielson, Jr., Sally and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Sams, Mrs. Alice Raught, Miss Mima Watson, Dan Watson, and Mr. and Mrs. Dushane. Effective July 1, 1963 Current Annual Merest Merest Paid Quarterly the friendly place to save ARROWHEAD SAVINGS SAN BERNARDINO (home office) 301 W. HIGHLAND AVE. • TU. 2-3321 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION RIALTO-148 S. RIVERSIDE AVE. 'TR. 57010 Gage Home From Hospital Convalescing at his home at 1340 Opal avenue, is Frank Gage. Frank underwent surgery at Redlands Community Hospital recently and just returned home Saturday. Lerouxs Plan BBQ Entertaining at a family barbecue dinner at their Crafton avenue home next Sunday will be Mr.'and Mrs. George Leroux. Their daughter and her family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence PickreJI and 3 children of Sherman Oaks, Telstar story revealed at club meeting A one-thfrd scale model of Tel­ star, comple.x communications satellite now orbiting the earth, highlighted a program presented for the Jewish Men's club recently at the Lou Katz home, 142 The Terrace. Don Sheppard of Pacific Telephone Company discussed "The Telstar Story" in a 30-ininute discussion, using color slides to depict the construction, bundling and racking of Telstar. Also spotlighted was the Bell Solar battery, which furnishes the satellites with power from the sun. The recently launched communications satdite marks iH 'ivate industry's furst venture into space, it has prepared the way for worldwide television and expanded overseas telephone service. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classiiled Ad Menfone GOP Women's Board In Session Mrs. Earl Sams and Mrs. D. Ellis Crane reported on the county federation board meeting in San Bemardmo when the execuutive board of Mentone Republican Women's club met recently at the home of Mrs. John K. Lagerquist, 2054 Salemo road, Mentone. Mrs. Sams and Mrs. Crane reviewed details of the board session at the "White House" and Mrs. Fred Niemann reported on the tea honoring county past presidents which followed in the afternoon. The call to the California Federation's biennial convention, scheduled for October 1-3 in Coronado, was read by the club president, Mrs. Julius Friderich. Mrs. Lagerquist, first vice president, and Mrs. Crane were elected delegates with Mrs. Ivon Pike as alternate. The National Federation's Silver Anniversary "Gala" set for September 11-13 in Chicago was announced. Reservation cards for hotel accommodations and details of the planned program may be obtained from any president of GOP Woman's clubs. Mrs. Crane plans to attend this event. Winner of the 1962 individual award on the national level for enrolling 614 members for the Redlands club, Mrs. Crane has prepared a mimeographed report and a step-by-step outline on procedures taken to increase membership based on her talk on "How to be a Winner" presented at the national convention in Phoenix, Ariz., last September. The report will be sent to county membership extension chairmen and to membership chairmen of all clubs throughout the country. Mrs. Crane is a member of the Redlands club as well as the Mentone club which she is assisting wth precinct organization and with the membership campaign. This group has submitted an entry blank to national headquarters for the "Watch the Score in 64" membership contest to end next July 1. The next Mentone club meeting will be August 5 at 10 a.m. at the home of Mrs. Claire Bohney, 1808 Soffel street, Mtntone.

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