Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 30, 1965 · Page 8
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Redlands, California
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Friday, April 30, 1965
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8 - Friday, April 30,1965 Redlands Daily Facts District court proposed for San Bernardino Pacific Coast News Service Special to the Daily Facts SACRAMENTO—Hopes of es- :ablishing a permanent District Court of Appeal in San Bernardino County currently lie in the jassage of a bill by Assemblyman John Quimby (D-San Bernardino). Quimby's measure (AB 2928) would create a new three-judge Sixth District Court of Appeal for San Bernardino, Riverside and Inyo Counties which are now served by the three-judge Fourth District Court of Appeal. PLANNING SESSION — Four members of a panel to appear at a career conference Saturday at the University of Redlands go over plans for the program. Monica Martiner, of Redlands High School, discusses agenda with, from left, Charles Slaughter; RHS; David Gibson, Redlands Junior High; and Charles Dixon, Riverside City College. Two-day career conference for minorities to be held A two-day career conference, man and John Colcman. Red- especially for teen-agers of!lands Human Relations Council Negro and Mexican - American descent but also open to the pub- vice president. Saturday's all-day program, which will begin at 9 a.m. at lie, will be held in Redlands this the University of Redlands, will weekend, it was announced. The affair is being sponsored by the Neighborood Youth Activities Committee, and organization of northside parents, and] Delta Sigma Thela sorority. feature a similar panel of employment experts and employer representatives. conference Four members of the pane will be Monica Martinez a n ( Charles Slaughter, both Red lands High school students David Gibson, Redlands Junio High; and Charles Dixon, River side City College. Keynote speaker at Saturday' be Dr. Tro; The program will feature; vocational futures, according to separate panel discussions this| con f erence officials, evening for Redlands area teen- 1 agers and parents and an all- day conference Saturday for young people throughout the Redlands-San Bernardino-Fontana area. Tonight's youth program will begin at 7:30 p.m. at the school board room, Lugonia and Orange. The panel will include City The agenda also includes a;Duster, University of California 9:15 a.m. panel of young people Riverside, sociologist. The program also include: time for informal discussion vocationa express their observations and concerns about their groups on various problems. Many students being helped by new volunteer study hall By VIC POLLARD Until two months ago, Jamie's grades in school showed the effects of his poor study habits. The youngster lives in a small public housing apartment with a rather large family. There is no quiet place at home for studying and there is no time set aside for homework. But now, once a week, Jamie attends a supervised "study hall" session in the recreation room of the Brockton avenue public housing. tract. The study hall provides him The Fourth District Court also with an atmosphere conducive covers San Diego, Orange and Imperial Counties and holds sessions in San Bernardino every ;wo months. Another measure (AB 1032) by Assemblyman George Willson (D-Los Angeles) which has been approved by the Assembly Judiciary Committee creates a second three-judge division within the Fourth District to Handle the rising caseload of the Southern California area. Although this second division would sit in San Bernardino "it could later be shifted elsewhere in the six-county district." Quimby said. "My bill would make certain we got an appellate court in San Bernardino on a permanent basis." He added the San Bernardino Bar Association prefers his measure over the creation of a new division in the Fourth District. However, the State Judicial Council has reported a new district comprised solely of San Bernardino. Riverside and Inyo Counties would not have sufficient case workload. The council's report was based on 1963 64 filings. The council coted that division within the present six-county district would create a workload that could be "flexibly as signed so as to keep the bur den equalized." Air Guard to expand at Ontario ,o study and with one or two ;eachers who can help him with subjects in which he has ;rouble. As a result of the sutdy hall, Jamie reportedly has been showing improvement in recent weeks. Supervisor of the experi mental study hall project is Amos Isaac, a fourth-fifth grade •eacher at Lincoln school and a former Peace Corps volunteer. Isaac explained that the study hall grew out of the Neighborhood Youth Activities Committee, an organization of parents in the vicinity of Brockton avenue and Texas street. When the need for a good place to study was expressed, Isaac said he and, he felt, other teachers, would be willing to help supervise the operation. One parent responded by making available a set of encyclopedias. Another donated a two- volume dictionary. The study hall is held every Wednesday evening. From 6 to 7:30 p.m. the room is reserved primarily for pupils in grade four through six. From 7:30 to 9 p.m. junior high and high school students have an oppor tunity to study. "The first thing we hope to offer," said Isaac, "is a study ;ype of environment, where it s quiet and there is plenty of ight. "Second, we want to provide as much tutorial service as possible. I think this is the one ;hing that the Cope or Clement junior high libraries, which are also open at night, can't offer.',' The program is aimed at students who want to study but who have poor study conditions at home and who normally would not go out side of thier immediate community at night, Isaac explained. Since the first study hall held on March 10, attendance has grown to more than 30 students at most meetings. "When we started this," said Isaac, "I didn't have any idea what kind of response we'd have, but I think it has been pretty good so far. We even one or two parents who drop by every week just to see how things are going." Isaac said the success of the study hall is due to the same spirit which made a success of the school he helped build as a Peace Corps volunteer in Plei- bo, Liberia. "The Pleibo school succeeded because the people of the com munity got involved and did the work and they could call the school their own. "If this study hall is a success, it will be because the parents and children of the community are involved in makin] it work," he declared. Other volunteers who are working with the study hall are Mrs. Betty Figueroa, a retiree teacher, Mrs. Alvin Fishman wife of the Redlands Human Relations Council chairman, and Harold Carr, of the Riverside! school system. Several others] have indicated a willingness to help, said Isaac. Next year, he added, another study hall may be set up in :he Lugonia public housing project. In addition, the committee may ask for a couple of University of Redlands students as special tutors. But despite the expansion plans,' Isaac explains that the one-night-a-week study hall is not enough to provide sufficient study time for most students. The committee hopes to start a car pool soon that will take students to libraries in various parts of the city for their other study needs. Although the time is limited, he believes the program has satisfied a need. "If a student is receptive and wants to get something out of this," he said, "I think he will." John Osburn to be Calimesa church speaker John W. Osburn, elected to his third term as president of the Southeastern California Conference of Seventh Day Adventists by delegates of 75 churches will be guest speaker at the 11 a;m. worship hour in the Calimesa Seventh Day Adventist church tomorrow. ""The church is located at the corner of Fourth and Myrtlewood drive. Pastor Osburn will speak on the topic "My People". He will be the guest of the -church. for the first time since he organized them nearly three years ago when they had 79 members. They now have 153 and recently completed their second phase of their new plant, valued at over $200,000. Visitors are welcome. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads New research evidence Stop smoking to stop pre-cancerous cells Scout troops to camp out at Oak Glen Boy Scout Troops from the University plaza firms to organize Plans ' were announced this week for a S500.000 expansion of the Air National Guard 163rd Fighter Group facilities at Ontario International Airport. The group's base civil engineer explained the plans in appearing before the airport commission to negotiate an exchange of property so the pro- Evidence that pre-cancerous conditions caused by smoking will clear up completely once smoking is stopped was reported yesterday by the American Cancer Society. The new evidence was turned up in research by Drs. Dale L. Tipton and T. Timothy Crocker of the University of California Formation of an association! posed new building would notjs cnoo i O f Medicine. of merchants at the University!encroach upon master plan set__. _ ... r . -..Plaza Shopping Center in Red"- back limits. Councilman Norman Martinez,' Rcc ji 3ncls .Y uca jp a area w ;n_ { a k e lands was announced today. The engineer. Maj. Cecil L. Juanita Harris, of the Los Ar, t° Tne association members will IU LII • .... . geles Urban League, Eve _— , Lain, a state minority group Joy the friendly patrol competi-^ unj(ed effo ^ ra(her , han as employment specialist, Negro:tion of their annual Camp-0-, ^dividual S t 0 'res. University Plaza is located at Church street and Lugonia avenue. Present at the association's first meeting yesterday were Don Haskell, Alpha Beta market; Lyle Eggum, Shell service station; Kenneth Griffin, Griffin's Pharmacy; Ernie Husbands, Rasco; Arthur Sandona, Maytag Laundry; Murray McEachern, Murray's Wheelhouse; Don Headley, Plaza Barber Using animals for their experiments, the researchers studied , the effects of stopping tobacco Sanders, said plans are to start i use on (h e lining of the bron- ...,.:. ,,.- n(;) . t fir ' - - to produce an abnormal growth condition known as squamous metaplasia in the bronchial tube lining. The doctors smeared tars from cigarette smoke on the bronchi of anesthetized animals. They obtained the tars from a cigarette smoking machine at Roswell Park Memorial Institute in Buffalo, N.Y. With no further exposure to cigarette tars, the abnormal growths began to disappear. After 18 weeks without cigarette year. Smoking has long been known engineer Bill West, and others. ! Ree . A s was the case in 1964, The adult program, to be held (this year's event will be held at the same time at the Lu-;at Wilson Parker's Los Rios gonia school auditorium, will i Rancho in Oak Glen, feature, among others, Virgilj check-in time will be 10 a.m. Brown, NAACP executive and tomorrow and from this point employment bureau operator, Jack Cummings, city council- Mentone, Crafton News By ROSEMARY CASSEL the patrols will hike to their campsites. Judging will continue throughout the day and the "Order-of-the-Arrow" will have their campfire and "Tapout" that eve- Suhl pleas set for May 28 LOS ANGELES (UPI) — B.L. (Bud) Suhl. his mother and two other persons must enter pleas j O f Harvard Yearbook Publica- About People Mark J. Andrews II of Redlands, a junior at Harvard College, Cambridge, Mass.. has elected editorial chairman Religious Services will be held!Shop; Sally Almarcz, Leon's Sunday morning and, after breaking camp, patrols will be awarded ribbons based on their campm; Scout skills. Executive Robert G. Nicholson, has stated that this Facts Mentone Correspondent one event ta ^ es the "outing" out Phone 792-7119 0 [ sco uting activities for the Choir Honored at Dinner previous year. Members of the Chancel Choir j of the Mentone Congregational | church were special guests at the April Family Night Dinner j at the church. Director of the choir is Bob Dennis. Mrs. E. L. Danielson, Jr. j and Mrs. Dale McKee were in charge of the dinner arrangements. The guest speaker at the Sunday morning worship service at the Congregational church will be the Rev. Wilmer E. Powell. The Rev. Mr. Powell is the father-in-law of the pastor, Rev. Vincent Wayland. Yingsts Entertain Former Residents Recent dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Austin Yingst, 1397 Olivine avenue, were Mrs. Anna Anderson and Mr. and Mrs. Bill Anderson, David and Paul. The Andersons, former Mentone residents, now reside in Riverside. Robinsons Visit in Woodland Mr. and Mrs. Hurl B. Robinson, 2161 Mentone boulevard, have returned to their home following a two-week visit in Woodland, Calif., with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Robinson, Sally, Johnny, and Tommy. Work Party Planned' At Scouthouse All men in the community are invited to participate in painting the Scouthouse Sunday morning. The painting will begin at 8 a.m., and the men are asked to bring paint brushes and ladders. The Committeemen of B o y Scout Troop 10, with Bob Follett as chairman,'are sponsor' ing the work day, and members of the Greenspot Women's Club will furnish dinner at 12:30 p.m. The Scouthouse is located on Amethyst avenue, just north of Mentone boulevard. Beauty Centre;. Bill Crosley, One Hour Martinizing; Bill Bertsch, Bertsch Electronics; and Lyle D. Rodman. Shopping Center manager for Hicks-Badraun, Inc. May 28 in Superior Court to charges involving the alleged embezzlement of S525.000 from two money order companies. Suhl, 33; Mrs. Margaret Wierman. 51, former president of the Frontier Bank of Covelo. Calif.; William Arthur Richards, 34; and Ronald B. Vaughn. 28, were arraigned Wednesday before Superior Judge David Williams. Judge Williams fixed bail for Suhl at $15,000, at S5.000 each SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads ! and $2,000 for Williams. I for Mrs. Wierman and Vaughn 'anH S? 000 fnr Williams. tions, incorporated, it was announced this week. The son of Rev. and Mrs. Mark L. Andrews, the new editor is a graduate of Redlands High School. Master Sergeant Charles E. Updike, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Updike. 1236 Webster street, is a member of the had corn- replaced the abnormal, pre-cancerous growth. The scientists said they feel that something like this happens in the lungs of persons who quit smoking if they quit before the irreversible change to cancerous tissue takes place. Roll call for correction WASHINGTON (UPI) — It took a debate and a full fledged roll call for the House to correct a typographical error on a bill enacted last year. After a brief verbal battle betwen two congressmen, the Wurtsmith AFB, Mich, person- House voted Thursday 239 to —i _«•:„ ...u:.,u uo_ !,„„„ ,.„ 115 t 0 ac jd two Latin words "per annum" (per year) to the law establishing a National I Council on the Arts. nel office which has been selected as the best in its category among Second Air Force i bases. Sophisf/cafec/ ... and Friendly INDSAY U/ROVE Redland's Fashionable Young Address High Style BEDROOM APARTMENTS $995O & $114 PER MO! FURNISHED and UNFURNISHED Luxury Features Sun Decks . . . Patios . . . Air Conditioning . . . Wall-to- Wall Nylon Carpeting . . . Drapes . . . Forced Air Heating... 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