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Local Notes See The La-Z-Boy Chair at Colonial Maple House, 107 E. State, (Across from Penney's).x Mother's Day Program Sunday, May 9, Elks Club. Dinner at 5:30 p.m., program to follow. Wives and mothers of, Elks are guests, of the Lodge, ariginal application for a 30-acre Children, 75 cents, fathers, Sl-50. commercial complex at Oak and X Ford streets is not fully understood — yesterday modified its proposal to include only an eight-acre shopping center. The surprise move cut short uin Corp. modifies plans to ask shopping center only Buin Corp. — feeling ils Graduates—enroll now for class starting June 22nd. Phone 973-2275 for additional information. Phyllis Adair's College of. Cosmetology, 410 Orange St. xl^^'i^t was expected to be a 1 lengthy hearing before the City Pacific Ballet Theatre I Council yesterday on Buin May 16. 2:15 p.m. Clock Audi-iCorp.'s plan to construct free- torium. "Nutcracker", "Sleeping Beauty", etc. Tickets at Harris Co. X way service facilities, a shopping center and a residential "buffer" on the hillside east of Oak slreel. between the Redlands Freeway and East Sunset I drive North. Specifically, attorney Rex W. Cranmer, Buin spokesman, announced that the freeway service area (service station, restau- irant and motel) and the resi The Hairdresser's ulcntial units were being with 15 W. State St., 793-2758.'rtrawn from further considera Lower prices, open evenings. No'lion. Essick Cooler Pads Free delivery, day or evening, call 794-1130. Essick Roof coolers — your best buy in home cool ing — by far. Ed Sampson Heating & Cooling, 1338 Wabash. X X appointment necessary. Beat The Heat! Ulrawing from consideration the Have your roof or window request for freeway services and cooler serviced " " 797-6204. for planned residential development and leave before you only the application for a C-2 sbop- ing center," he stated. The City Council reacted to the "drastic change" by referring the Buin Vorp. application back to the city Planning Commission for another round of studies and hearings. The Planning Commission recommended denial of the original proposal, "All departments will have to scrutinize the new proposal." Mayor Waldo F. Burroughs said. But Buin Corp.'s paring down of its proposed project to the eight-acre shopping center failed to 'ent the opposition spearheaded by the Southeast Redlands Association. Louis Fletcher, opposition spokesman, stated, "We understand the need for referral to the Planning Commission. But we are still firmly opposed to Buin Corp. desires to modify commercial development in this now, Call ils original application by with-jarca. Another property owner, noting that more hearings would now be necessary, cautioned the Council not to interpret a decrease in attendance at the future hearings as a lack o£ interest and concern. In the neighborhood popularity battle over the Buin proposal, it was announced that petitions with 644 signatures against the project and petitions with 165 signatures favoring it have been submitted to the city. Also, city councilmen have received numerous letters of varying opinions. Cranmer, in leading into his request to modify the original application, told the Council: "Our proposal for three separate uses under one application posed problems which had not been encountered before. Ours was the first application to develop a freeway commercial area adjoining a neighborhood shopping center. "The concepts of these uses had only been considered separately in the past and the possibility of their occurring in proximity to each other had not Six freeway lenes now open to Beaumont \Redlands Daily facts May 5, 1965 -5 '•It is not our purpose to request authority to proceed with a development where the City authorities are not certain that the best interest of the commu nity will be served. "We do feel that shopping centers are well understood because the community has had the op-| bound traffic will be detoured All six lanes of an 11.7 mile stretch of the Redlands-Beaumont Freeway, under construction since August, 1963, were opened to traffic today by the state Division of Highways. Based on grade average 30 RHS junior girls named to Daisy Chain Thirty girls of Rcdlands Sen- Patricia Newcomer. Linda Pay ior High school were delighted as well as surprised today with There was one exception, how-1the announcement of the 1965 ever, in the vicinity of Cherry!Daisy Chain by Principal Rob- Valley boulevard where west-' portunity time-after-time to consider their purpose, desirability and usefulness." Two other Council actions related to the Buin Corp. matter were taken following the hearing yesterday: (1) The Council directed the Planning department to make a detailed study of freeway service areas. The study is to entail possible locations for such facilities, what uses would be allowed and how they would be controlled; (2) Tabled consideration of the Marysvillc Development com into one of the easlbound lanes for the next two weeks unii! ton. Katherine Power. Carol Prescott. Karen Robin son. JIaxine Schneider, Caro: Seidlitz, Jannis Sims, Cynthi? completion of construction in:ulty room. "'^^ j Selection for this high honor C. V. Kane, di.strict engineer,is based entirely upon the grade ert G. Campbell, Jr. This an-|Smith, Vicky St. Ongc, Kathlec- nouncement was made to thejStraker, Judy Torkelson, Karci junior girls at a special recep-luhlir, Kim Walker. Diant tion held in Terrier Hall fac -I Weemhoff. Dorrie Whitlock anj for the division of highways, said the stretch of freeway opened today will be the final traffic pattern for the route between 16th street in the Dunlap Acres area east of Redlands and Avenue L in Calimesa. All but two of the freeway entrance and exit ramps along the 11.7-miIe stretch are now now open, Kane said. Ramps pany application for a service,5^^,^^,^ ^j ^g^^ ^^.^^^^ station and restaurant on land;^^^ Cherry Valley boulevard adjacen to the Bum property 1,^^^^, ^,.3 ^,^3^ jo comple- until after the freeway service:,;„„ ,„ni „„„„ ;„ n.o „„,,. been studied. I area study is completed. point average, and represents the top 30 girls in the class of 1966, according to Mr. Campbell. A colorful tradition at RHS, the Daisy Chain makes its appearances at Class Night and Commencement exercises. Carol Wilson. Miss Frances Cullen called the group together with the RHS Principal making the surprise announcement. Also introduce! were the 16 junior ushers se lecled on the same basis who.-;? names will be announced latei this week. The reception was hosted by R.H.S. junior girls honored in-Hast year's Daisy Chain and elude: Cynthia Adams, Alice;Ushers, headed by the commit- .•\uerbacher, Chris Campbell, I tee of Laurel Isley, Karen Janice Carlstrom, Lynn Eadie,|Hahn, Marilee Lawrence, Karon Kathryn Greenway, Julia Grider, Berkheimer. Connie Shoemaker CofC Missed Papers Phone Redlands Daily Facts! circulation department before! ^£iai «l |nnA cat 6:30 p.m. week days, or 2:30j UCduiiillC OCl p.m. Saturdays to report missed] papers and obtain delivery. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — The stock market scored a modest gain today. Steels continued to move uncertainly. .'\ulos were mixed Willi General Motors and Ford representing the upside while Clu-ysler and American Motors shaded. Du Pont featured the chemicals early in tlie day but laier lost ils lead to Union Carbide. IBM advanced around 3 points durmg the first two hours but dropped off near the close. Beckman, Control Data, Litton. Fairchild Camera and Texas Instruments were in demand. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs 30 ind 936.37 924.91 932.22 up 4.00 20 rrs 215.65 212.55 214.20 up 0.43 15 ml 163.13 151.48 162.14 off 0.08 65 stk 324.81 320.78 323.09 up 0.93 Sales today were 6.35 million shares compared with 5.72 mil- hon shares Tuesday. 1.-. Jlnsl Arllvr S(ock« (D<nv-.lonps Sfrviec. Courtesy Lrstrr. Kvnns ,t Co.) •Slir, L. Slate V.nunie Clo^e Chnc-. •j-io.mra n .c .A sii', TIU Jll.:il(» Consol. Coal .^-.'^N 100 ran ,\m. Sulph. ;ll >-i -l^s L.Mtrt Fori! ... . -1 Chas. Fri7 .<*r . r>^i''t - '1 :vi3\ Factor f.\) 'MVz — '» -Mill .-\vi -o . •if-'s ~ -'h Sim-lair . :i(!n (;iiiritr .. :r,'-; - a, l'i..-.0(l Sears -I'l IK.liul Tex. (iulf Sulph. -t"i 4K.:;iill ,\n,er. T. .1 T. .. T <, 4 -'.scl(l Tan Ain. Air. 4 -.'.::oo Anipcx .. — -'s 4I .I>0|) Victor Comp. . -JO'^ -i- '-^ Cff/ Council takes step fo annex La-Z-Soy site Deadline for turning in ballots for the Chamber of Commerce board of directors election is tomorrow at 5 p.m., chamber manager Richard D. McIIenry said today. In order to be counted in the selection of eight directors from among 12 candidates, completed ballots mu;;t be received at the chamber office prior to 5 p.m. In a departure from the past, the ballots are divided into five separate classifications, agricultural, industrial, professional, real estate and service. Chamber members will elect two of three agricultural candidates. Peter Arth. Donald C. Beckord and Fred T. Burke; one of two professional candidates. Dr. Steve T. Loper and Dr. Rob- ei-t D. Schulze: two of three real estate candidates, Philip B. Lukei, Bert P. Marcum and Larry W. McDowell, and two of three •service candidates. Jack E. Feely. James Glaze and Paul iR. Tudor. The only candidate in the in- dusirial rli.'-sification is Harry Alfrey J Purpose' of the classification system of voting is to attain balanced representation on the 1 board, according to chamber of- 1 ficials. Initial steps to annex the 9.1- acre La-Z-Boy Chair Company industrial site at Tennessee and State, as well as two smaller adjacent parcels, have been taken by the City Council. Last night, the Council adoted a resolution of intention to annex the total 18-acre area which extends along the west side of Tennessee street, between West State street and Park avenue. Adoption of the resolution puts the annexation proposal before the county Local Agency Formation Commission which has life and death jurisdiction over an nexations. Owners of the La-Z-Boy Chair company property requested the city to annex the site. Two other parcels to the north were Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. May S (UPIi — Eggs: prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered l^a cents higherl: AA extra large 36'a-38 "2. A extra large 3. T'J -37' V -. AA large Thieves bet model homes ©f furniture Police are investigating burglaries at three model homes in Redlands that netted thieves more than $1,000 in furnishings. A burglar pried off a screen at the side of a model home W>V^l:'kJ:'Z^^'^i:S^^'l\^^ 1320 Garden street, owned medium 2:j '2 -:'4 '2. AA small IS^a- A small 16'-j-lT'... Prices to consumers: AA large 41-5;*. A larpe 37-47, AA medium :!7-47. A medium 36-44, AA small 35-41. A small 3:i-37. Poultry: Fryers 17-1!>. ronsters 21- '2'i. CPS type hens delivered 4-5'j wtd. avfj. 4.78. at rnnch 2i--4'L' wtd. avR. 3.42; turkeys: fryer roasters 21 •^-22. Weather HalnfaU Temp. 24 Sea­ Honrs son April ."i 62 46 .04 8.30 April B 60 39 April 7 59 46 ".07 '8^37 April R .'14 46 ..•54 8.91 April 9 .14 39 .69 9.60 April 10 . ... M 4ii 10.11 April 11 ',2 41 .12 10.23 April 12 ."ill :'<•} .O.a 10.2R April 13 63 4-2 .03 10.31 April 14 iili 39 April I .i .. 74 41 April 16 ... . 77 43 April 17 SO 43 April IS .. . SO 47 April in o9 .""'2 April 20 ..... no .'13 .\pril 21 K3 .=13 .April 22 . .. . SI .lO April 23 S4 49 April •24 . ... 93 .i4 April 2 .T 92 April 2r. .. .. 92 ."7 April 27 92 7i7i April 23 ... .. 9 .1 ."ie April 29 9li .19 April .30 .... S3 .i :t May 1 . ... . 62 ."if> 2 73 .•54 May .3 . . 66 4a Jlay 4 . . • 70 43 May 5 68 44 by Citation Construction Corp., and removed furnishings valued at about S7S5. Two other model homes at 330 and 336 E. Sunset drive North were looted in a similar manner by thieves who carted away about S325 worth of furnishings, police said. Owner of the structures was listed as First Federal savings and Loan Co. of Alhambra. Permit issued for new home on Palo Alto A San Bernardino county added to square off the west city limit boundary and make the proposed annexation more acceptable to the Local Agency Formation Commission. City Manager R. P. Merritt, Jr., informed the Council that the owner of one of the added smaller parcels, 4.78-acres at the southwest corner of Tennessee and Park, has indicated his willingness to be annexed. The other added parcel takes in 4.35 acres fronting on Park avenue, immediately west of the 4.78- acres. Merritt said the owner had not been contacted. La-Z-Boy Chair Company of Monroe, Mich., plans to begin construction of a 5350,000 assembly plant at the northwest corner of Tennessee and State by mid-summer. University street block to get new road surface New telephone facilities set A service improvement program for the Oak Glen area involving expenditures of approximately $50,000 was announced today by Dale Eckrote. California Water and Telephone company division manager. "This project, scheduled for completion in mid-summer, will call for a complete overhaul of telephone line facilities serving the area," Eckrote said, "And will also provide adequate lines into the area for present new construction and subsequent future growth."' tion and will open in the near future. With the exception of the por-! tion of the freeway the vicinity of Cherry Valley boulevard, the route is now six-lanes, three easlbound and three westbound, from Redlands to Beaumont. Katharine Ide, Charlotte Johnson, Doris Lindeman, Rachel Loper, Ann Macy, Jane Meier,'group. and Linda Kooiman. .Mrs. Nancy Troyer is the advisor for the Burglars get $90 in theft from laundry Three men seen running from a Redlands laundry following the i apparent theft of $90 in a bur-' glary were being sought today by police. Officers said the trio was spotted running away from the rear of the Dutch Girl Laundry, 34 W. Colton avenue, about 11:51 p.m. last night. The witness called police who "The construction involved in-jf™"^ lhe_ rear_^door of_the laiin- cludes the placing of 02.400 feet dry unlocked. Owner Henry Van Motorists will soon be getting a smoother ride on University street between Cypress and Citrus avenues. For the Public Works department has gained authorization to rebuild the one-block stretch of University which has deteriorated rapidly in recent months. Last night, the City Council approved a request from John R. Shone, public works director, to use surplus state gasoline tax funds to remove the existing pavement from curb to curb, put in an adequate sub-base material and resurface the street. Shone pointed out that a poor sub-base material was used in the streefs original construction. The street, which is now a principal route to the Redlands Freeway, carries a heavy traffic load and is deteriorating under constant use. The public works director ex- Four Yucaipa teachers to resign Yucaipa School Board trustees last night accepted the resignations of four women teachers, one of whom is retiring after 18 years of service. The veteran teacher is Mrs. Pauline Thorne, a third grade instructor at the Calimesa Ele- plained that the actual surface is holding up, and that the real problem was the poor sub-base which has allowed the asphalt surface to warp. He estimated the project would cost about $16,500 and explained that sufficient money was available in this year's gas tax allocation. "We had an unbudgeted surplus as well as additional funds which were above what we had anticipated," Shone said. The City Council last night also approved a slate of state gas tax financed road projects to be scheduled for 1965-66. Projects approved are: —Realignment of the Fern avenue and Redlands boulevard intersection at the Redlands High campus, $15,300. —Realignment of the Tcrra- cina boulevard and Cypress avenue intersection, $40,000. —Installation of traffic signals at the Ford street and Oak street intersection, $15,000. —Widen Terracina boulevard from Fern avenue westward in front of the Redlands Community Hospital. $8,000. —Widen Citrus avenue from University street east to the Freeway overpass, 88.000. —Widen Fifth avenue between Dearborn and Highland avenues, S6.000. —Install railroad crossing signal at Grove street. $7,500. , , , .„ i —Purchase right-of-way for mentary school who wiU retire P^rd street extension to at the end of the current se-,harden street, S30.000. "1""^.''- ,. , i Shone pointed out that the Resignations also of aerial cable east aking Oakl'^."^^- ""5^ to the scene by officers, said a canvas money bag| containing about S9G was miss-| ing from beneath a counter; where it had been left. j Police said no signs of forced- entry were discovered. j David Kovitz wins writing award David Kovitz. 13. Sth gi-ade student at Cope Junior High school has won a second award in the nation's largest writing competition for high school students. The winner, son of Dr. and 1 Mrs. Benjamin Kovitz, 513 Eucalyptus drive, achieved this honor in the short story division of the 1965 Creative Writ- BIRTHS I ing Awards contest sponsored KINSEY - Born, a daughter i "^''°"^"y by the Sheaffer Pen to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kinsev.-^o- 't was announced m New 1017-A Oxford drive. May S .P'"'"'^" Scholastic Maga- 1965, at Redlands Community ^ "it's, which conducts the an- hospital i niial contest. Glen road, from Bryant street to Harris road and Oak Glen road. At this point a cable will be extended south where it will terminate in 24.000 feet of new copper aerial wire leads extending beyond Pine Bench road," Eckrote stated. Simultaneously with this new construction, more thaw 240.000 feet of deteriorated open wire will be removed. According to Eckrote. this .iob, when completed, wiU provide the telephone users in the Oak Glen area with full physical facilities and reduce tlie hazards of service outages caused principally by adverse weather and teiTain conditions to a minimum, as well as making a higher grade of service available to those in the area who desire it. 5 -V RAH-RAH BOYS - Cheers of Redlonds High school football fans next fall will be led by these three youths elected Monday. From left, they are Richard Collier, Mike Mcintosh and Chris Capen. RHS next year will return to the system of having several boy cheerleaders after several years of having girls do the entire job. (Facts photos) Vital Records MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED CROWELL-PAXTON — Marion H. Crowell. 43. and Hariet A. The award carries with it n I cash prize of $25, an inscribed I Sheaffer pen and an embossed merit certificate. Winners in this year's compe- Paxton, 41; both Redlands. i'i'ion "'PI'G chosen from cntrie.= (Issued in Las Vegas) I from 2689 schools in all 50 WILLARD-JOHNSON — Ronald'states, the District of Columbia. Willard. 21, San Bernardino; j Guam, Puerto Rico, Canada, and Helen Janene Johnson, 19. and from U.S.-sponsored schools Yucaipa. (Issued in Las, in France. Germany, Malaysia, Vegas) I Mexico. Venezuela and Yugoslavia. More than 3400 teachers BASKETBALL YELL LEADERS - These three faces will become familiar to Terrier basketball fans next year as they lead the team followers in cheers. Elected in balloting held Monday, were, from left. Rex McBride, Fred Nichols and Bill Slinkard. Next season will be the first time RHS has hod boy cheerleaders in two separate sports. Nine youths finish hunter safety course STORING STORY STA.NFORD. (UPI) - The Stanford University Medical Center uses the same type oi system f o r storing nitrou,": oxide, commonly known a.'^ .laughing gas. that industry Certificates were awardca Sat-jfoi- charging whipped cream DEATHS BURKHART—Died in Big Bear Lake, Calif., May 4, 1965, Howard Lerov Burkhart. 25475 Vic 'sent in the best work of their students for .ludging by '27 urday to nine Redlands yo"t.'isi(iJ5pg ^5Prs. who completed the National Rifle' Association Hunter Safety course lands area home. The frame: b: Resignations also jverc ac- co^nciUvould not be committed .-/^^av at ^^^^ at 1 cepted from Mrs. Carole K Stcl j,,^ projects, f^";^^ Redlands ,c man junior high school ^ V all of fhem'"j;'i M" T J Walli ,yi teacher; Mrs. Geraldme Nick-- „„,^ . ^JmUn^ in nlpr» nf .P*^''^"' "Uu prominent authors and critics who based their decisions on ori- toria Ave. San Bernardino,! ginality. quality of expression 1. aged 23 years, native of Red-iand writing skill. lands, and resident of Sani Bernardino for 3 years. j _ ,, Funeral services will be hcklj TOiSCe reCOVer the E111-! Mortuary Guf© partS conducted by the Redlands Fish and Game Conservation associ-i alien. Recent graduates of the class, instructed by Marion Chambers, Nine Point Inc., 23^East CitruV meyer. a fifth grade teach^/ai: ^-{^g^^^;--^"^^ "'^^ "^V^^^^S}!^^^!!:]^\.^^ will be located at Palo Alto and;Calimesa Elementary, and Mrs. Mirasol Drive. | L y n n Powers, homemaking The structure will contain 2.236 square feet and the building permit totaled $18,132. Michael's BIdrs., will build the home. A 82.500 swimming pool permit was issued for the same lot. Announcemenf of Funeral Services JAMES FRED HEISNEK Services 2 p.m., Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. F.ARTHUR CORTNER I City awards contract for jare Gregg Greayer, Tom Stick- nc-y. Mike Stickney. George Al- jlisoii. Bill Craw, Michael Yiir-| cina. Larry \'ining. Danny Vcr-i idcr and Charles Shuli. ! ! The next Hunter Safety class| onh of;'-'^ scheduled to begin tonight.; officiating. Interment in Monte- auto parts stolen from wrecked i'^"''"""''^"t "^^'^^ cito Memorial Park. I cars in a Redlands tow service • ^""'''"'••''"3 Chambers at 792-2460. lling pastor j markets: Announcement of Services Bl'RKHART, Howard Leroy 10:00 a.m. Friday Eedlands Chapel ROGERS, Joseph W. Services Pending Ucdlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels teacher at the high school for the past six years. The board was informed last night that Robert D. Young, sixth grade teacher at Yucaipa Elementary school, has been confined to Loma Linda Hospital for the past week with a heart ailment and will be out ^ for the remainder of the school; Fontana Paving company will jyear. complete public improvements,First grade Young, who resides at 1015 required in connection with the!Second grade Fletcher avenue in Redlands. is financially distressed three-story! expected to be released from the hospital in about a week and will recuperate at home. Citrus Market storage yard were recovered I by police yesterday following the:to his parents pending Juvenile arrest of an IS-year-old youth on!Court action. charges of burglary and petlv LOS .-\NGELES, May 5 'UPI' theft. Police said he admitted taking the auto parts in three separ- — Representative prices by size- Officers said the stolen partS ;ate thefts on March 20, March and grade all orange auction had been installed on cars'21 and .April 10 from the Down SDA church gets approval for center apartment building at the north-' . -^^ west corner of Cypress avenue c„„,.,.. and Redlands boulevard. l^^'^""'^ S.ade Trend: About steady. owned by the youth and hi?; ing Tow Service storage yard at ; brother. The bov was released' 404 W. Stuart street. 56s 72s 88s ; : 3.41 3.49 3.571 2.36 2.42 2.62! n3s 138s 163s 3.65 3.55 3.37 3.08 2.93 INSURANCE AETNA C & S CO. EMPLOYER'S GROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "YOUR PROl ECTION IS MY BUSINESS" JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 416 E. Redlands Blvd. Redlands .221 BROOKSIDE AVE • PY2-I4I1 |703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 The Fontana company was awarded a $13,999 city contract last night covering installation of curbs, gutters, sidewalks and street repairs on Cypress and Redlands boulevard. The work also involves installation of street lighting and transplanting The Redlands Seventh D a yiP^'";' ,„ , , Adventist Church was granted| City Public Works department City Council approval Tuesday i"ews wiU mstaU water and| for establishing a communityi^ewer hnes needed to serve the, welfare center in an existingi^"*-""'"- apartment. | church building at 831 Clay: Southern Califorma Mortgage! 5l,.e„f !and Loan Corporation of San ! Bernardino deposited $61,000 Final city action on the proposed use of the building was delayed, pending a study by Seventh Day Adventist officials on whether they could meet all city requirements for bring upgrading the structure. Facts Classified Ads Can SeU Anything CaU 793-3221 with the city to cover public improvement costs. The company is foreclosing on the unfinished apartment development. There has been no construction activity at the apartment building for the past several months, although the structure is estimated to be about 85 per cent completed. Think of "LARRY" For PAINT Larry's Is Famous for Quality Paints and Fair Prices LARRY'S Paint House Winn BIdg. Colton & Orang* 792-1044 Downtown Redlands More Parking -free off-sfreef validated parking on fhree big, conveniently located DOWNTOWN REDLANDS lotsl A Message From Your Friendly Merchant-Member of the DOWNTOWN REPMNDS ASSOCIATION

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