Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 28, 1965 · Page 18
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18 - Wed, April 23,1965 fteMs Deify Facts Many coins to be seen of Oronge Show cafeteria Members of coin clubs of Redlands, Fontana, Upland, Los Angeles and Orange counties are joining those of the San Bernardino County Coin club • in the exhibiting of rare and interesting coins at the second annual Coin Show Saturday and Sunday, May 1 and 2, in the Cafeteria building at the National Orange Show grounds in San Bernardino. Coins on exhibit' will be from the United States and many foreign countries as well as from ancient countries and periods, according to Sylvia Novak of San Bernardino, chairman of the. Show committee. Some of the exhibits will include types of the first coins made in Lydia and ancient Greece around 700 B.C., types of all U.S. coins, paper money, methods of striking coins, off center struck and freak coins, odd and unusual monies and modern coins from the many new countries of the world. Students of history will be interested in seeing coins of Alexander the Great, Darius, Caesar, Cleopatra, Nero, Richard the Lion Hearted, Ferdinand and Isabella, Chariamagne, Peter the Great, Catherine the Great, Napoleon, Kaiser William II, Czar Nicholas II, Emperor Haile Selassie and many other prominent personages of history. Children will be able to see the gold pieces, so popular in the West before they were discontinued in 1933. These are now only something for their grandparents to talk about. On display will be the 1, 2V4, 3, 5, 10 and 20 dollar gold pieces. Experts will be on hand to identify corns brought by visitors and to give value estimates free. The bourse, or dealers exchange, will include 40 coin dealers. A public auction will be held in two sessions, each afternoon, with 356 lots listed for sale. One of the rareties is the $2'/2 gold piece of 1911 struck at the Denver mint. It is valued at $400. The show will be open both days from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. There is no admission charge and parking is free. The "E" street gate may be used. SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox a mi b NIA, fcc "What's your favorite inexpensive taste thrill?!' Board agrees to golf course land lease SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)— Some 132 acres of county-owned flood control land norbtwest of the freeway interchange near Colton will be leased to a group of San Bernardino developers for an 18-hole golf course. The County Board of Supervisors yesterday granted the long - term lease, as well as an option to purchase 17 additional acres. The developers are Recreation Development, beaded by William Leonard. Property involved lies in and abutting the flood control channel between the San Bernardino freeway and "F" street, adjacent to the existing Warm Creek Country Club's nine - hole golf course. The developers are to put in an 18 - hole golf course on the 142 acres being leased from the county. They plan to expand the existing course and to put a clubhouse on the 17 acres for which an option was granted. Recreation Development must pay $250 month for leasing the acreage. Judge reviews changes 1 Court rules Individual rights are paramount Recent rulings by the State Supreme Court have established :hat "individual rights are paramount — even if this means ;overnment and society must suffer." This is the view of Riverside Superior Court Judge John Neb- ett, one of the speakers in a University Extension lecture :ours, "Individual Rights and Liberties." Citing what he called "great changes" in California's legal views on such rights, he voiced concern about some of their 'disturbing" aspects. One of the most disturbing, he said, is the controversial Dorado decision, handed down first in August 1964 and then, after rehearing, reannounced last January. "The original decision created such consternation among peace officers and courts — and a minority of the supreme court—" that the rehearing was sought by Atty. Gen. Thomas Lynch and 55 district attorneys. Main cause of concern was a "glaring defect," Neblett said: Because the first decision had no time limit and was thus retroactive, "the net effort would have been to release about 85 per cent of the 26,000 prisoners in California correctional institutions." After the decision was announced, floods of appeal came from convicts seeking retrials based on the Dorado ruling — 130 in one week in Riverside County alone, Neblett said. In January this year, the supreme court reaffirmed its basic stand, but declared it didn't apply to any case made final before the U.S. Supreme Court's Escobedo decision. This decision deals with the same issue as the Dorado ruling, but Neblett said the California decision "goes way. way beyond" it in applying safeguards for a defendant. Neblett reviewed two other re- cent rulings. One involves the "Morse principle," which reversed long-established pjles under which .a judge instructed a jury regarding possibility of" parole for convicted murderers. This decision has resulted in numerous penalty retrials, including those of David Jacob- Seiterle, Lawrence Modesto and Lawrence Jackson in Riverside. County. Another court decision, which, says illegally obtained evidence is inadmissible in California, trial, is "not completely unwork-! able," Nebletl said. "We're, learning to live with it." Climate Changes He compared the climate today, resulting from such decisions, with that existing when he ferved as county district attorney in the '40s: "V/e were not excessively restrained in questioning defendants and rarely were search warrants requested or issued. . . ." CAH Our Volume Selling Means FACIAL CRISCO TISSUES (INCLUDES lOc OFF) SAVE 20c PKG. OF 200 2-PLY SHEETS' MARKET BASKET, 24-OZ. EOT. B&M OVEN-BAKED (B&M BROWN BREAD, I6-OZ. CAN, 29c) Baked Beans 3 -1 NABISCO 10%-OZ. PACKAGE Shredded Wheat 29 HEAD FOR THE HILLS! 1-LB.CAN Hills Bros. Coffee 69 JERSEYMAID (QT. CTN., 49c) Cottage Cheese 25' ZEE Toilet Tissue 12 CTN. (THREE 4-ROLL PKGS.) ROLLS INCLUDES lOc OFF Nestea I*-OZ.JAR. 69* NABISCO COOKIES, Mft-OZ. PKG. Chocolate Chip 49* NABISCO COOKIES, 13-OZ. PKG. Chocolate Almond 49* NABISCO COOKIES. MVi-OZ. PKG. Pecan Shortbread 49* ZEE PKG. OF 50 Lunch Bags 2 FOR 39* BAGGIES, PKG. OF 100 (16e OFF) Sandwich Bags 39* DRY 22- Action Bleach 79' DETERGENT Liquid Vel v;- 65* KAL KAN M.P.S. CHUNK Dog Food 2'^f 32- OZ. EOT. JERSEYMAID FIRST QUALITY GRADE AA l-LB. CTN. MARGARINE (INCLUDES 2c OFF) Apple Juice JERSEYMAID FIRS! Butter MARGARINE (INCL Allsweet 2 • - 49 HEINZ TOMATO Soup 3 ^ 27 NEW WHITE PLUS AQUA, PINK OR GOLD Dial Soap 2 29 BATH BARS 2 FOR 39c PRINCESS DIAL, REGULAR BAR, 2 FOR 33e Butter 59* BETTY CROCKER Angel Food Cake Mix PKG. BETTY CROCKER FLUFFY WHITE Frosting 6'/ 2 -oz. PKG. Salad Oil ARMOUR CORNED BEEF Hash 2 79' ARMOUR TREET. 12-OZ. CAN, 2 FOR 79e ARMOUR CHILI CON CARNE Chili 3 79< MARY ELLEN STRAWBERRY OR .-'. BOYSENBERRY Jams 2 59< PACIFIC HONEY TREAT Graham Crackers l-LB. 4IU PKG. WIT HILLCREST VEGETABLES SWEET, TENDER PEAS, 16-OZ. CAN CREAM STYLE CORN, 17-OZ. CAN WHOLE KERNEL CORN, 17-OZ. CAN GREEN BEANS, 16-OZ. CAN SWANSON FROZEN DINKERS 10 VARIETIES WEST PAC FROZEN PEAS, CUT CORN, CUT BEANS, MIXED VEGETABLES, CRINKLE CUT I POTATOES, SHOESTRING POTATOES, TATERS YOUR I CHOICE EACH " 20-OZ. BAGS OUTSTANDING VALUE! COMPACT CANISTER. FULL ONE HORSE POWER MOTOR. CHECK THESE OUTSTANDING FEATURES: ALL STEEL HOUSING, MULTIPLE FILTER SYSTEM. FREE WHEELING, EASY OPEN LID REVERSE AIR STREAM, WIDE VINYL BUMPER* FOOT TOGGLE SWITCH AND LIE-FLAT LUGGAGE TYPE HANDLE. PLUS LEWYT'S EXTRA VALUE MOLDED NOZZLE DESIGNED TO HUG CARPET SURFACES AND KEEP EVEN CONTACT ALLOWS VACUUMING UNDER LOW PLACES WITH FULL SUCTION POWER. FULL ONE YEAR GUARANTEE ON ALL PARTS AND LABOR. GENUINE 1EWYT VACUUM CLEANER $10" -Y mw ONLY Aduit Toothbrushes PEPSODENT, MEDIUM OR HARD TEXTURE, REG. 69c EACH Laundry Basket PLASTIC, 16%"x23'/4"xl(W" HIGH, EASY-GRIP HANDLES AND STRONG-ROLLED RIM, ASSORTED COLORS. . EACH Suave Hair Spray SALON FORMULA, CRYSTAL CLEAR, NORMAL OR HARD-TO-HOLD. 3 FOR I 99' 59' 13.or.CAN, Ekco Kitchen Tools CHROME-PLATED WITH WHITE DISHWASHER-PROOF HANDLES. BASTING SPOON. SLOTTED SPOON, A MAX SMALL TURNER. PANCAKE TURNER, O XX* GRILL SCRAPSR, 2-TINE FORK, L FOR ™ 2'/z" STRAINER, HAMBURGER TURNER Orange Delight MINUTE MAID « «-OZ. FROZEN W CANS ORE-IDA « 12-OZ. $1 FROZEN W PKGS. I Macaroni & Cheese MORTON'S FROZEN 20-OZ. PKG. Frozen Lemonade MINUTE A d-OZ. AC* £ CANS 40* MAID Frozen Onion Rings CORONET IO-OZ. MtU BOX HST. AMERICAN. EXPRESS MONEY ORDERS SOLD AT. MOST MARKET BASKET STORES. BIRDS EYE FROZEN FRENCH BEANS WITH ALMONDS RICE AND PEAS WITH MUSHROOMS MIXED VEGETABLES WITH ONION SAUCE FRENCH BEANS WITH MUSHROOMS ONIONS WITH CREAM SAUCE YOUR CHOICE 2 FROZEN GOLD FROZEN -."• Asparagus 3 :•*£ 99*

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