Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 14, 1965 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Friday, May 14, 1965
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Local Notes Pacific Ballet Theatre May 16, 2:15 p.m. Clock Auditorium. ••Nutcracker", "Sleeping Beauty", etc. Tickets at Harri.s Co. X Spray Guns For Rent Eedlands Paint, 102 W. State. X King's Table Smorgasbord now open, serving daily 11 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. Corner Fifth & Citrus. X Story Hour Tomorrow Mrs. Charles Hain will tell the stories of "The Bunny in the Honeysuckle Patch". "The Cat Who Couldn't Purr" and "Edie Changes Her Mind" during the story hour for children tomorrow morning from 11 to 11:30 in the Lyon wing of Smiley library. Anniversary Salel Bargains! Bargains! Bargains! Come in and browse. Value Center Furniture, 315 W. Redlands Blvd. .X Purse Stolen Peggy L. Jacinto, 1050 Walnut road, llentone, reported the, theft of her purse from a shop-: ping carl yesterday in the grocery department of Sage's. Police said the purse contained SlU in cash, a SlOO check, a check i book and various credit cards.! Volume Sale Special New 1964 Buick Wildcat 4 door Hardtop with all poxver options plus tilt steering wheel and automatic trunk release. This was a special order model with a sticker price of S4996.37. Buy it now for only S3900 during our May volume sale. Berl S. Halfield Buick, 301 E. Redlands boulevard. Phone 793-3238. .N Chest Meeting Set A report on preparations for the 1965-66 Community Chest-bachi." for the 1965-56 year dur- fund drive will be given during;ing the annual RHS journalism a meeting of the Chest's board j awards luncheon yesterday, of directors shceduled for noonj Miss Reid. daughter of Mr. Yucaipa church gets approval of new site SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Approval of a three and three- quarter acre site in the Yucaipa area for a church development was voted Thursday by the County Planning Commission. The applicant was Merrell B. Dahlstrom, acting as the architect for the Church of Latter Day Saints. The property for the church is on the west side of 6th street, about a quarter mile south of Avenue "E." Neil G. Pfulb, county planning director, told commissioners the site "is adequate in size." He said it is in an area of residences, trailer parks and farm- Redlands Daily Facts Friday, May 14, 1965 -5 City needs over 20-year period City hall annex building to have high priority (Editor's Note: This is the second of seven articles concerning a large-range 517-million Redlands public improvement program announced recently by the city manager's office. The program is designed to meet groVing demands for city services through 1985.) Construction of City Hall An­ il is anticipated that the Cit-|animal population will continue izens Park Study Committee, I to grow as the human popula- now studying overall park and recreation needs, wiU include a lion mcreases. At present, the city contracts municipal auditorium in its;for the use of the San Bcrnar ing. The church building is toinex is likely to be placed high have 1,765 square feet of area and a 65-foot spire, Pfulb added. Commissioner Frank Allen, who inspected the property, called it "an ideal location for a church." The site was approved with;Manager R. p. jierritt, Jr.. who ;ac7ion conditions callmg for a six-foot* • • i"*"-""" on the priority list of planned public improvements in the years ahead. The already overcrowded City Hall is "one of the most vex- recommendations to the City Council later his year. The municipal auditorium concept is also in line with the Victor Gruen recommendation for revitalizing downtown Redlands. It is generally accepted that the auditorium site will be somewhere near the Smiley Park area. Merritt commented that a lack of adequate motel and hotel ac- dino animal shelter which was recently reconstructed. Merritt explained that the city could not operate its own animal shelter al this time for less than what it costs the city to use the San Bernardino facility. Merritt stated that the animal shelter is the only capital improvement that will be required by the Police department before 1975. "With the recently completed I - icommodations in the Redlands,_ , „ ,, „ ,. ling problems today" for C i t yi vicinity has long discouraged an^^^f^^J'"'^ Police depart- o ...K „i . j^^^,^^^ providing a''"''"^ '^^^ ample facihlics to serve the anticipated population is constantly shuffUng partitions municipal auditorium. "But the motel picture is HOBACHl EDITORS - Patti Reid, right, newly appointed editor of Redlands High School newspaper. The hobachi, looks over news being printed on United Press International teletype with Susie Bruckart during tour of Facts office. Misses editors of Hobachi this year. Newspaper staff toured Facts awards luncheon. Reid and Bruckart were co- building following journalism (Facts photo) Paffi Reid named edifor of Hobachi for nexf year Patti Reid was appointed edi-ileen Owens, sports editor; Clau- tor of the Redlands High schooli^ia O'Lenic. advertising man- student newspaper, "The Ho- ager; and Judy Waterbury and Joy Brown, feature editors. wall around three sides of the ij^ g^jn needed office space fon ^^selS^S.^I't ;^ii?r'Cli:^R ^:^SitalIm-^^-^'"^ rapidly," he noted. e.^-,e /'Lt '^ir a=; ; Dahlstrlii repoincd that the: °f4" „ ,^e %969Vi ^i^ca^vw^°"'^ constructed whenever' Iconditions had already been^ ^'-r^f^eYand for 1 e krnex jmct, as an application for all",j?l '„!.;_"!^|veloped for such a project, building permit will soon be filed and the conditions were in the Quill and Scroll honorary [received NSPA journeyman journalism society for top students. Memberships were awarded to Misses Bruckart and Reid; ^toured the Redlands Daily Facts Unity Pounccy, news editor; Ei-iplant, Bryn Mawr business area finally gets righf zone Monday in the School board room, Lugonia and Orange. Beat The Heatl Have your roof or window cooler serviced now. Call 797-6204. X All Kinds of Chairs for Father's Day. Largest selection in town. Prices start at S24.95. Use our layaway plan. People's Furniture, 218 Orange. X Graduates—enroll now for class starting June 22nd. Phone 973-2275 for additional information. Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology, 410 Orange St. x Juniper Trees Burn A fire, believed started by youngsters playing with matches, burned two .lunipcc trees yesterday on property owned by Henry C. Kert, 25; the southwest corner of Barton} Summit avenue. The blaze, re-i road and Bryn Mawr avenue, ported at 4:53 p.m., caused tree damage estimated at $200, firemen said. Essick Cooler Pads Free delivery, day or evening, call 794-1130. Essick Roof coolers — your best buy in home cooling — by far. Ed Sampson Heating & Cooling, 1338 Wabash. x Winn's Has It! Aqua-Net Hairspray, 13 oz. can . . . Now 59 cents! Limited time! Winn's Drug Store, Cor. Colton & Orange, Free Parking & Gift Wrapping, S&H Green Stamps. x Chamber of Commerce Dinner The Redlands Chamber of Commerce will hold its annual membership meeting this evening at the Redlands Country Club. Highlights of the affair will include mstallation of 1965-66 officers and presentation of the Elks Civic iVward and the Sor- oplimist's Woman of the Year Award. Kilgour Funeral Funeral services for Miss Mary Elizabeth Kilgour were held Thursday morning at 10:30 o'clock from the F. Arthur Conner Chapel, with Rev. Mark Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. UCR names new laboratory for Howard Fawcett The memory of Howard S. Also presented were National!Fawcett, pioneer plant patholo- Scholastic Press Association, gist and world authority on the Awards. NSPA "star" awards: nature and control of citrus dis- n- p went to Dianne Cridelich. Larry, eases, has been honored with thejbe Vernon B. Crear, Diana R. ascertained ahead of time. Board hires new teachers Hiring of five new elementary and five ers for the proved this week by the Redlands school board. If the Long Range Capital Im- j proveinent Program schedule is followed, the city will budget S57.200 in the 1969-70 fiscal year to acquire land for the .A.nnexi building. Construction, estimated at 8172,500. is anticipated sometime between 1970-75. But Merritt is skeptical that the city can put off the proposed City Hall .^nnex for 10 years. "It may be needed sooner. The demand for services is very great and we have little space to give the employes that must , , answer the demand," Merritt new secondary leach-,g^jij e 1965-66 year was ap-j example, the city manager observed that the recreation director's office is located New elementary teachers in|jji j^e middle of the finance de- the school system next year will partment. Animal Shelter The City's animal population is also involved in the long range improvement program. Some 362,000 is earmarked for establishing a Redlands animal shelter, possibly in 1967-68. It is the city's beUef that the Johnson gets top NROTC junior award , . ,.„. - — 1 , . . • . T, i Present thinking is to movs I George K. Johnson III of Red- and Mrs. William S. Reid, 835;Fowler, Marilyn Goodman. In-; naming of a new laboratory on IPrwce. Antoinette A. Ivothlis,ij|,e puhjjc works Planning and!, j • j i • • n „ w, "" Christine M. Sloan and Janice,B^.^^jng departments into t h e!' oroposed Annex when it be- ^^1 ROTC program at the Uni. comes available. But Merritt I versify of Washington, today received the Society of American M. Weaver. Hired as High school or jun- Robin Hood lane, served as co-jgrid Forsberg, Cheryl Hatfield.|the University of California's editor this .year with SusiejDebbie Malin, Russ Magnuss,i Riverside campus. Bruckart. daughter of Mr. and;Ralph Phillips, Susan' Phillips,i The announcement was made Mrs. Charles Bruckart, 1660 Dai- 1 Kathy Robinson, Susan Rust,!today by President Clark Kerr sy avenue. iJerry Sluevenson, Betty Schmid-j and Chancellor Ivan H. Hinder- The luncheon also featured ikunz and San Dee Watson. aker. following recent action bv presentation of membership pins] Dale Cox, and Dennis West The Regents of the Universitv Dwaine C. Pfeifer. !ior high instructor.s were Betty; ,iekly adds that a "great deal iL. Hall, Claude W. .Johnson, g^^^jy needed." Harold W. Krueger. Jeff A. Ow awards. Following the members of the luncheon. Hobachi staff Dr. Fawcett was for 29 years professor of plant pathology at 221 Riverside and a plant pathologist hours for business, and .^nita Barron with the Agricultural Experiment Station. The importance of his work in Municipal Auditorium One other major pubhc struc ture is called for in the long range improvement program — sin-ia municipal auditorium to ac- Military Engineers award at the university's annual Governors I Day ceremonies. Johnson, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Johnson of U University the citrus fruit industry has been! ment. recognized by scientists and by growers and processors of citrus fruits throughout the world. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our cere thanks and appreciationxommodate civic and communitylplace, was selected as the jun for the kindness and sympathy!events, conventions and relatediior midshipman who has exhi- activities. |bited superior achievement in This also is scheduled fori engineering and naval science sometime between 1970 a n disubjects. A 1962 graduate of Red- 1975. It w^ould carry a price tag;lands High School, he is major- extended us during our bcreave- Ruth B. Vindiola, John K. Vindiola. Mr. and Mrs. i\like Herrera. x^of about 82,500,000. ling m aeronautical engineering. ABOUT THIS QUESTION: I broke slipped my and hip when I fell on our freshly waxed office floor. My employer claims it's not his fault and refuses to pay my medical bills and salary. Is there a state (aw requiring employers to carry insurance for such accidents? For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis. Inc., 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. nuc. There were no persons object- Weather April 14 . April 15 . April 16 . AprU 17 . April 18 , April 19 . . 65 . 74 80 . 80 . 89 April 20 90 April 21 85 April 22 81 Aprn 23 84 April 24 93 April 25 92 April 26 92 April 27 92 April 28 95 April 29 April 30 Wa.v 1 Salnfall Temp. -4 Hours .19 SAN BERNARDINO fCNS)—change of Commercial zoning for a parcel and Peter of land 130 feet by 330 feel, at: to allow them to build another Bryn Mawr, was approved!residence on the south side of Thursday by the County Plan-; 1st street, cast of Whittier ave-i ning Commission. "It's not often that we get to zone a whole town at a crack."!. . r .u ,u said Commissioner J. H. Pater-!'^ree requests son in making the motion fori before the commission, the zone change for what Is all! the business area of Byrn Mawr. The applicants were headed by Kathryn Bell. The change, when ratified by the County Board of Supervisors, will he from zoning for liglit agriculture, with 10 acres for a building site iA-MO>. to zoning for neighborhood business iC -l 'i. Neil G. Pfulb, county planning director, explained that the rezoning is to take care of an existing situation, at a corner where business has existed for more than 30 years. The three businesses now there! are Bell's market, the post office and a service station. When queried as to how farming zoning was placed on the land, Pfulb explained that it was done before he went to work for I the county but that he presumed that the whole area had been zoned in a single action and that nobody had appeared to protest the farming zoning at the corner. In other actions affecting Bryn Mawr, the first time anything concerning that community has been before the commission in months, the request for a new sign over Bell's market was approved, needed because of a Economy... Ma.v JIa.v 3 . May 4 . Ma.v 5 . Ma.v 6 May 7 . May 8 . May 9 May 10 84 May 11 85 May 12 69 May 13 65 May 14 67 41 48 47 52 53 53 50 49 54 55 57 55 56 59 53 50 54 48 43 44 51 44 40 45 46 49 55 53 53 Schools hire Mrs. Castle as psychologist Mrs. Mary L. Castle was hired as a new psychologist for Redlands public schools this week to replace Miss Virginia L. Blackburn, who will be on sabbatical leave next year. Jlrs. Castle will join Redlands' two oiher psychologists. Miss Helen Beeler and Boyd Johnson. The psychologists supervise routine testing of children for! special programs as well as in-j dividual tcsling of students with! emotional disturbances. ! uxury CARD OF THANKS We «ish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the kindness and sympathy extended us during our bereave! menl. Mr. & Mrs. Howard R. Burkhart, , Jlrs. Patricia Burkhart i and son. x 1965 BUICK DailB WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE, Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday! at Facts building, 700 Brook- tide at Center, Redlands, California. Founded October 23. 1830. 75th year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890, at the Post OHicc •t Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE iln Advancpi By Carrier Delivery One Month I 1.50 Three Monthi , 4.20 Six Months 8.30 Ono X«»r 16.40 One Month One Tear — By Mail _» 1.50 _ 18.00 Announcemenf of Funeral Services JESSE .\. VAN HOKN Services 2:30 p.m.. Friday, at the F. .Arthur Corlner Chapel. MRS. NELLIE FE.\NCES METZ Services 10 a.m., Saturday, at (he F. Arthur Conner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER Announcemenf of Services BULLOCK. William H. n-.OO a.m. Saturday Pierce Bros. Chapel Jlonterey Park, Calif. ST.-\NFILL. Miss Katherinc L. Services Pending Redlands Chapel GRUNDY, Arthur M. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel JOHNSON, Wilson S. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels BUICK SPECIAL, SKYLARK, LE SABRE, WILDCAT, ELECTRA 225 or RIVIERA. Each is (distinctive in its own class. Each is better than its competitor. Each will bring you more at trading time. Test drive the Buick of your choice soon. One look, one drive, tell you that, "You would really rather have a Buick." wi 221 BROOKSIDE AVE* PY 2-1411 1 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 TO BUY VOLUME SALE! We're out to break our previous record of new Buick volume sales. We have set our quota high and we're offering deals that will help us make our goal. BEST OF ALL THAT DEAL WILL SAVE YOU MONEY! We Need your Late Model Aufo ... So We're Offering Tremendous Trade-In Allowances... Come on in—We're dealin'l BERT S. HATFIELD Between 7th & 8th on E. Redlands Blvd. Phone 793-3238

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