Redlands Daily Facts 6 - Wed., July 17, 1963 14 major films in production HOLLYWOOD (UPI) - Warner Bros, studio today outlined what it called an unprecedented film production program costing $80 million and including 14 major motion pictures. Jack L. Warner, president, said virtually every one of 24 sound stages was occupied with sets in perhaps the "greatest surge of activity in many years." The nine pictures either already in action or due to roll before late Summer included the movie adaptation of "My Fair Lady." Think of "LARRY" For PAINT Want to Paint a Swimming Pool Use "NELSONITE" Larry Has HI FREE Parking LARRY 'S Paint House Winn BIdg. Colten and Orange 792-7044 City licenses show fen percent increase in year Fiscal license revenue for the City of Redlands for the year ending June 30 was $99,616.70 up from the previous years $90,496.69. the 1960-61 revenue was $90,890.87. A total of 1,822 licenses were issued in the past fiscal year. Local business licensed for the first time or renewed after a period of inactivity for the month of June were the following: W. J. Hiltgen, Secretary, Baseball for Boys, Community Field. William A. Craig, M. D., 720 Brookside Avenue, Suite 105; C. Gillmore and B. Gillmore, dba, Chester Gillmore and Son Nine North Fifth street. Mona and H. F. Stewart, dba. New Skateland, 950 Alabama street. Charles C. Parker, dba, Charles C. Parker, Realtor, 16 West Citrus Avenue. Randall E. Presley, dba, Randall E. Presley Builder, 37 East Olive Avenue. Jake Solomon, dba, Sportsman's Barber Shop, 232 East Citrus. Local businesses having a change in ownership and or name included the following: Cecil L. Cunningham, dba. Floor Covering Company, 1428 West Park Avenue, now, C. L. Cunningham and F. Stafford, dba, Trona Carpets. G. A. Lauwers, Genera! Contractor, Job Site, now G. A. Lauwers and Claude L. HilJ, dba, Lauwers and Hill. Fredrick Millman, manager, Lytle's Bakery, rick Millman, manager. Cookie Nook. John W. Vaughn, dba, Vaughn's Cabinet Shop, 620 East Citrus Avenue, now, John H. Boone, dba, Vaughn's Cabinets. John W. Heuman, dba. Vogue Cleaners, 21 West Coltbn avenue, now William Braunius. Local Business having a change in location were: Associated Oil Distributors, Fred W. Gowland, dba, DeRoo and Gowland from Vehicle to 1605 West Redlands Boulevard. Lucille H. Gibson, dba, Gi-Gi, 1024 Orange Street, now GI-Gi Party Shop, 219 Orange Street, Edward T. Solomon, dba. The Hair-Em, 205ti Orange Street, now, 228 East Citrus Avenue. Fred G. Johnson, dba, Fred G. Johnson, Realtor, 107 East Citrus, now. Nine North Fifth Street. Local licenses not renewed dis continued or cancelled were: Eugene F. Burgess and John E. \Vhite, dba. Burgess and White Market, 20 East Citrus Avenue. James V. and Vera M. Ebert, dba, Mrs. Ebert's Bake Shop, 426 East State Street. Ora E. and Willa K. Stewart, dba. Gingham Sweet Shop, 13 North Fifth Street. Dr. Jess Hayden Jr., 47 East Vine Street. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market Orange street, now Fred-1 through Classified Ads. CORDL^L MOSCOW INTERLUDE—U.S. and British notables share an informal moment with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev prior to start of nuclear test ban negotiations session. Pictured are, left to right, W. Averell Harriman, chief U.S. negotiator; Foy Kohler, U.S. ambassador to Moscow; Khrushchev; an interpreter and Lord Hailsham, chief British negotiator. EXPECTS INDEPENDENCE ZANZIBAR (UPI) - Sheik Mohammed Shamte, prime minister of Zanzibar, said Tuesday he expects this British protectorate to become independent on Oct. 7. He said he has proposed that a constitutional conference be held in October. LADIES FOR POOL NEW YORK (UPI) — Ladies are going to pool halls these days, says Robert McGirr, president of the Billiard Room Proprietors of the United States. 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Cant 59 29' cMkiir --^^^ Rent Atttd. 2V mm TEA AA^ ANN PAGE A 23' CHEERI-AID 6 ALLSWEET NUT AND OATMEAl . CHEERI-AID ALLSWEET MARGARINE VA-vx. Jar Pkgt. 39' 19' 29' PUREX BLEACH 60' \ Ma - 65' 1" | ilBLlf CORN - 23 . PricM Efftdi»« Thurt., Fri., Sot. I Sun., July U, t», 20 « 21 320 REDUNDS BLVD. ATIANIIC ft fACIfIC TEA COMMNT, WC MwMcv pradsctap wHk CIMS Cuban exiles to move attack headquarters MIAJn (UPD— A top Cuban e.xile organization, irked by U.S. interference with anti - Castro raids, said Tuesday it will move to Central America to launch a new campaign against the Com- muoist island. Manuel Artime, the 31-year-old chief of the Revolutionary Recovery Movement (MRR), said he and top organization leaders would be leaving Miami "in the near future.' ' Artime, who was civilian leader of the abortive 1961 Bay of Pigs invasion, said the move was prompted by the federal government's continual interference with exile raids on Cuba. "Virtually all doors in the United States have been slammed shut on Cuban exiles who want to do something," he said. "We cannot just sit here. We have to go someplace else — a place from which we can fight Castro communism." The exile leader declined to say where the organization would set up its new headquarters, but added the group had received "encouragement" from several Latin American nations. Artime complained that e.xile raiders here had to overcome resistance by "the CIA, FBI, Border Patrol and Coast Guard before attempting to fight Castro's troops." Artime said the MRR lacked the necessary strength to launch an immediate invasion of Cuba. He said the group's immediate goal was to support underground guerillas akeady fighting in Cuba. "We also plan to send in guerrilla groups to consolidate and extend operations against Castro forces whose morale is deteriorating due to the privileges and preference given to Russian military occupation forces," he added. Decision upsets 100 years of water law EL CENTRO (LTD - California's chief counsel for the Califor- nia-.4rizona battle over Colorado River water told Imperial Valley farmers Tuesday that the U.S. Supreme Court's recent decision m the case overturned 100 years of water law. Northcutt Ely, speaking to a symposium attended by about 250 persons, said the decision in effect usurped the powers of the states to apportion water among themselves. He said the court gave the Secretary of the Interior almost complete control over all water in the river. Harry Hortonn counsel for the Imperial Irrigation District, told the symposium that the big problem m California is to prevent the metropolitan areas such as Los Angeles from taking water that should go to Imperial Valley. Slight change in worker proportion SACRAMENTO (UTD-A seven per cent increase in the number of seasonal domestic workers and a slight drop in the number of Mexican nationals marked the farm labor picture during the early part of July. The state Department of Employment said hired temporary domestic workers totaled about 121,000, down from 130,000 a month earlier, but up from 112,- OOO at the same time last year. The number of braceros totaled 35,500, down from 39,000 in June and 37,000 a year ago. It added that no difficulties had been reported so far in getting enough workers for harvesting. The department attributed the over-all increase in the number of | harvest workers over last year to | a prolonged asparagus harvest, j which occurred because of a cool, i late spring. j Prick testifies no tragedies in integration W.^SHL\GTON (UPI) - Baseball Commissioner Ford Frick told Congress today that the major leagues are now almost totally integrated both on the playing field and in the stands. And he said this was done without any of the "tragedies" that had been predicted. Frick said baseball "paid a price" for integration with the . loss of several minor league clubs in the South. But overall, it has worked out to the satisfaction of almost everyone concerned, he said. Frick testifed before the Senate Commerce Committee on the Kennedy administration's proposal to ban discrimination in private accommodations open to the public. Some membecs ol the committee said the results achieved in baseball could be achieved without violence in virtually evey other area of American society. The commissioners of the two major professional football leagues told the committee that segregation was no problem in pro football—either among players or seating in stadiums. American Football League (.^L) Commissioner Joe Foss said "it is the color of the player's uniform, not his skin, that is important to the fans" in the AFL. Pete Rozelle. head of the older National Football League (NFL), said the same is true in the NFL. Negroes play on all 14 teams in the league and seating is integrated in all league cities, Rozelle testified. Cigarette tax hike still in works Bottom of Red Sea just like home NICE. France (UPI) — Andre Portelatine, one of the members of Cmdr. Jacques-Yves Cousteau's recent 20-day experiment in living under the Red Sea, said Tuesday he ate and slept as though he were at home. "We are enthused about the days we lived and by the undersea landscape we saw," Portela tine said here. "An underwater life does not present any difficulty." I S.ACR.4MEXT0 (LTD- A plan i for a statewide lotterj- died before i an Assembly conunittee here 1 Tuesday but a proposed increase in cigarette taxes remained alive. I The Assembly Revenue and Taxation Committee took under submission a measure to raise the cigarette tax from three to five cents to bring in some $46 milh'on more a year to go to schools. It also held for further consideration measures to prohibit the legislature from establishing a statewide property tax and to let counties le\y a sales tax for school support. The committee postponed consideration of a bill to do away with personal income ta.xes for 840,000 taxpayers owning less than $5 a person or SIO a couple. I NO PROOF OF DEATH SANTA MONICA, Calif. (UPI) —A 25-year-old ambulance driver today was free of charge of stealing $200 from a dead man when Superior Judge Hector Baida upheld the defense attorney's argument that no one had proved the victim was actually dead. THAR THEY BLOW—Looking like tie stacks of some ancient battlewagon sinking beneath the waves, twin 1 smokestacks crumble into rubble in Hamilton, Ontario, ! Canada, as 100 pounds of explosives are set off at their t tases. The 275-foot smokestacks, part o£ a now dismantled f power plant, bad served as landmarks on the edge of Ham! fllon Bay for nearly half a century. These photos were (dipped from movie film taken by Ontario Hydro News.
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