Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 8, 1969 · Page 3
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Redlands, California
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Saturday, February 8, 1969
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SALUTE TO THE EMANCIPATOR — Represen- latjves of Redlands area Boy and Girl Scout groups laid a new wreath before this famous bust of Abraham Lincoln in the Watchom Memorial Shrine today, then stepped back and saluted. This was the higWight of a long Lincota Day Scout pilgrimage tiirough the downtown area to the Shrine. Shown ai-e (back) Les Agre, Boy Scout Troop 22; front (1 to r) Wayne Rackham, Cub Scout Pack 11; Carol Espinoza, Brownie Troop 271; and Julia Dana; Girt Scout Troop 15. Hundreds of Scouts participated in today's ceremonies as they have each year since 1938. (Photo by James Sloan) Pioneer Testing Lab, J. P. Sfevens Two firms buy property on Tennessee south of Citrus 1500 march in SOthUncoln Shrine parade Abraham Lincoln was memorialized in Redlands today with such a vast array o( happy New industrial and scientific developments loomed today in West Redlands, promising to involve large investments. Four acres on the West side of Tennessee street. South ofj Citrus avenue, will be shared by two concerns in a $50,-| 000 transaction. Much of the area eventually will be covered by buildings to provide storage for the J. P. Stevens company's big hosiery mill, and new offices for the Fifloeer Testing Laboratory, Inc. "We are acqmring our part of the property for purposes of expansion," said H. Price Tucker, manager of the hosiery mill. "We have no immediate plans." The property b'es between yards of the Southern California Edison company and the new Stevens plant It has been purchased £rom the Lyffon Savings & Loan association, of Los Angeles. The ori^nal buyers are: David W. Turner and Kenneth K. Kienow, partners in the Pioneer Testing Laboratory, who are retaining approximately one-fourth of the area and sellmg the larger portion to the J. P. Stevens company. Splitting of the property is subject to approval by the City Plamung commission, which has the subject oa its agenda for next Tuesday. But trees were being removed from the acreage today, and the labora tory's construction plans are being completed. "Ihe Stevens firm has some of its possessions now m storage at other places in the dty, in' eluding the former padcing house of the Redlands Orange Growers association, 304 Seventh street It also plans to vacate the old Stevens plant 715 W. Colton avenue, whoe the Redlands Laundry & linen Supply expects to locate and expand its facilities. The Pioneer Testmg Laboratory will be moving from its present rented space at 1435-B Park avenue. But its new build mg will be more spacious, including 2,300 square feet for offices and 3,500 for laboratories. Earth Science, Inc., also owned by T^er and Kienow, will share the new buildmg, nticfa will use the Northeast comer of the orighul four acres. Kienow is president of Earth Science, Inc., and Itoner is vice president Tuna is president of the Pioneer Testing Laboratory, with Kienow as vice preadent Turner and Kienow, both graduates of the University of Arizona, have been together since July, 1964, in an engmeer- ing firm that tests soils and materials for construction projects. Ihey engage in research and devdopment of land, evaluate landscairing and building problems, and contract to inflect all types of projects under construction. Tbey have 23 employes, and operate brandi offices in Corona and VictoriOe. School Menus for Week Only four menus will be featured in the cafeterias of Redlands public schools next week. Lunch rooms will be closed on Wednesday, Ijncoln's Birthday. Rot dogs, pizzas, tacos and grilled cheese sandwiches will headline fares during the remainder of the week. The complete menu lot next week is as follows: Monday — Hot dog with lel ish, hash brown potatoes, celery and carrot sticks, orange juice, cookie and milk County okays change in school elections SAN BERNARDINO (CNA)-) County scbod districts win receive additional hdp from the County Registrar of Voters during school elections, the Board of Supervisors decided Tuesday. The county administrative office recommended greater participation of the registrar's office during elecUons in response Tuesday — Pizza pie, greenjger <rf the associaUon, told the^ hma beans, cole slaw, aPI*-!i,oard " " ' • Employes seek to up count/s msurance share SAN BERNARDINO (CNA) County Board of Supervisors Monday balked at a proposal by the County Employes Associa tion to increase health insurance rates to county employes at an^ estimated cost of a quarter of COlOl* Slide a million dollars to the county. »^ £f j H. A. Cortner, general mana- COUrSO OfTeFeO permit for il-hoine tract Urban coalition for Redlands considered Active leadership responsibiU-; more mdustry and less commut-i problems. First Redlands tract bouang SLl^hT ^rSLWl'^ •I' solving complex |;^ban|ing^s necessary the last week, with a total per-; problems m 'J''_^;«||^J/! tte ignoKSbout who « J.- J- . does what in the community and mit vahte of $173,000. Benton Tatk Developers are listed as owners of the tract and Robert Phillqis is the contractor. An of the eight homes, near South avenue and Sunset drive North. wiU be of frame and stucco construction, with concrete slab floors and shake roofs. Specifications and permit values are as foUows: Eight roonis at 458 Marilyn lane, 2,208 square feet five bedrooms and two baths, $25300. Eight rooms at 442 Marilyn lane, 2,208 square feet five bedrooms and two baths. $25,300. Seven rooms at 430 Marilyn lane, 1,996 square feet four bedrooms and two baths, $22,500. Sue rooms at 420 Marilyn lane. one of Redlands greatest needs, according to a majority of paU' el opinions expressed at the see­ the education of parents and teachers in the school district! ond annual Brothertiood Banquet' away from racial prejudices, of the Human Relations Coun-; It was apparent daring the long cil (HRC) last night \ discussion period following the After listenmg to an address: "btrain-pickhig" panel sessions by Dr. Ivan Ifinderaker. Chan-'that members felt that the ma- cellor of the University of Call-'jar problems of the community| fomia. Riverside, on the River- should be tackled by an active! side Urban Coalitim. 189 mem- organization which could act in-' bers and guests of the HRCjdependently but in cooperation formed smaU discussion groups | with the city government to discuss Redlands problems! This is the format of the Riv- and later reported their findings erside Urban Coalition formed to the fioor. ! about a year ago as described Many discussion leaders found! by ChanceUor Hinderaker. their panels were in favor of an Urban Coalition for Redlands. Others noted that equal oppor- Dr. Hmderaker idedtified the problem areas in Riversid* when the coalition was formed. They mduded employment, edu* cation, communication, housing, police relations, transpoitatioa and health and welfare. Task forces are assigned in each of the above problem categories and meet once monthly to discuss, identify and develop solutions to their assigned areas, be explained. The chancenor touched on other mternal structures of the organization and reminded the HRC that the group has no powers of city government nor any formal connection with other public and private organizations. "Neither is there a formal connection with the National Ur- The organization, he said, was formed to: —Bring interested dtizens of _ _ _ hmities for education for aU Riverside together to discuss! ban CoalTuon headquartered in 1676 sauare feet lhr«. hpd '° Redlands was the matters of common interest. Washington. D. C." he said. 1 '^SuTre 'f^t t ^-i ^^-"S ^"P^ ^ ^1.^ .rith a sug- nSms and k baths El 3M ^^^^^ concerned about the -Develop suggesUons for solu- gesUon that all the area's may- Seven rooms at 409 MarUyn,of communicaUons among Uons to the problems. ors and community leaders sit- laM 1 TlS^are feet fo^ commumty. -Encourage other pubUc and j,, on an Urban CoaUtion meet- lane. 1.770 square feet fourj „„„ l^^^^ Red- nrivate agencies to undertake, ine in Riverside m the near fu- bedrooms and two. Six rooms at 1645 Juanita lane, 1,676 square feet three liedrooms and two baths, $1S,- 000. Six rooms at 1640 Juanita lane, 1,887 square feet three bedrooms and 2M baths, $21,300. Another permit indicated a new business for Redlands, a furniture store at 114-116 E. State street The L. Hulbert estate received a permit for wall openmgs to connect two stores at a cost of $350. Clyde Gundlach is the contractor. The Gurr-Smith-Crook firm of San Bernardino wiU occupy the buildmg. Other permits of the past week were issued as follows: E. J. Moneymaker, pool at 125 Lmcoln street, $2,680. Paul P. Swisher, pool at 1438 Henrietta street $2,870. W. L. Gill, basement exit for storage buQding af 304 Seventh street, $800. John McKune is the contractor. J. Edward Harp, roofing of patio and room addition at 444 Via Vista, $1300. George Owen is the contractor. Jack Roberts, remodeling at 725 San Mateo street $1,300. .... I David G. Schumaker. family sounds and colors as might have jfog^ addition at 730 San Mateo V .u ..V. I whUe one leader called Red- private agencies two oaths, 520.-! lands a "bedroom town." where: acUon programs to solve Redlands DaUy Facts Saturday, Feb. 8, 1969 Pago I ing in Riverside in the near futhe: ture. Co-sponsors of the Brotherhood j Banquet last night were the Democratic club. Unitarian Uni- versalist Fellowship. Council of Churches, YWCA, Church Women United and the Junior Women of the Contemporary club. Dr. Don M. Rusk, president of the Redlands HRC presided and servmg as master of ceremonies was Jesus Gonzales. $75.000 transaction Redlands ice planf sold; to be used for cold storage soothed the anguish m his heart Music, marching and ceremony made Oe 30th annual lin- cobi Shrine Pilgrimage by far the brightest ever. Hundreds stood in a half mile of stushine on Orange street to cheer the annual parade, but they were outnumbered and outshone by the host of participants. FuUy 1,500 young marchers, mostly Boy Scouts and Gn -1 Scouts of Redlands and neighboring cities, massed uito Smiley Park after the procession. They were led by the briUiant bhie- and-white high scho(rf band m a program that led to the placing of a wreath m the Lincoln street, $2,000. W. Glen Solberg, storage building at 1114 Washington street $600. Lloyd E. Real, gasoline station at 619 New York street, $5,000. K. L. Redfem Construction comoany, of Orange, is the contractor. Spanish, German classes at Adult school I Redlands Adult Education cold storage space for fruits, vegetables and meats — any' thing that wholesalers and dis- Redlands' TS-year-oU ice plant is changmg hands m a $100,000 transaction, and wiU begin . a new era of service, it was an- tributors want us to preserve for nounced today. them. We can hold these items Ice Products, Inc.. of the In- at any desired temperature — land Empire has bought the far below zero if that is what's buildings and adjoiwng lots on! wanted. Fifth street between two railroads said Hugh Hohnes, the Ice Products owner. The sellers are Mrs. Constance Silverwood. Maurice and Novella Shumaker, and John B. and Frances S- Surr. Holmes said he would operate the cold storage plant in connection with his West TWrd street plant in San Bemardmo, which he has owned for sbc years. He win also expand the Redlands business by building smaU storage rooms on the vacant corner South and West ot the; large structures, he said, if; the demand meets his expecta' , lions. Union Ice company sold its! 1 first ice from this plant on Nov.; 27. 1893. At the same time the' "We now have the Redlands plant two thirds fuU of dates from the Coachella vaUey. We store lima beans in large quantities. We get 55-gaUon drums of fresh orange concentrate from the Sunkist juice plant at Ontario, and we hold them here until processors want them. "We win have great cartons of meat here, often aU the way from Australia and New Zealand. Beet, for one thing, is Contact lenses lost when purse sfolen frozen at the packing house and shipped here to be kept frozen untn the wholesalers want it Time is coming, they say, when people won't buy any freshly dressed meats — aU it win have been quick-frozen and aged m storage." Hohnes, a resident of North Rialto, win retam Harold WUlis as superintendent of the Redlands plant. Ice wffl be hauled from San Bernardino, and wiU stiU be sold in crushed and cake form at the Sixth street end of the plant Two injured in outa crash A purse containing Two persons, one of them a lO-year-oW girl, were injured yesterday in a two-car collision at Orange street and Citna avenue, poUce reported. Officers said the 9:30 a.m. accident involved a southbound , auto driven by Frances M. Pen- not onlyjrti^jon of 226 Bond street and Shrine, wtere «Je-jble bust of i •'rspan ^h"and'"d^an wtutrS%S "i- available, according to Jack man of the event, ^ke of the problems in today's America, which be said could be sdved by the serious apjdication of Lin- cota's prindides. Mayor Waldo Burroughs and other civic leaders rode m the parade, which was led by white- clad Sea Scouts bearing the Colors. Fifty massed flais were borne by boys and girhi in one colorful unit Anoter piominent entry was a float symboUc ofj Binkley, Coordmator. Junior Be-' ginning Conversational Spanishj is given on Monday evenings. 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. in room S3 with John R. RossL Students with a very Umited knowledge of Spanish are encouraged. Conversational German with Redlands Orange Growers asso-jcash and credit cards, but also dation. the Earl Fruit company!a valuable pair of contact and Arthur Gregory's packing!lenses, was stolen yesterday!fji^bia, who was'attemptuig to house commenced packing citrus from a Redlands woman's auto.jmakg g left turn. a northlxnind auto driven by Bessie V. Matney, of 1017 Co- fruits and the ice plant was used for many years to refrigerate carloads of fruit before they police reported. Linda Curts, of 16 N. San Ma- One of those injured was Ann Matney, 10, of 1635 N. Orange, teo street told officers the purse; a passenger in Mrs. Matney's rolled to the markets. The first! n-gj taken from her car duringjguto. who sustained cuts on her knees. She was treated at a doctor's office. Also injured was Josie John- carload of lemons left Redlands!the eariy afternoon while the ve on Dec. 1 that year. .hide was parked m a carport . "But the nature of our busi-iarea near her residence, elementary grammer funda-'ness has entfrely changed." said i The purse contained $85 in i son, 61, of 67V4 Eureka street t menUls meets on Monday eve- Hohnes, who is widely known m ^gsh. credit cards, driver's U- passenger in the other auto, who nings m room 64 bom 7 to 9:30; Redlands because of his 38-year ^^^^ personal papers and; was taken to Community Hos, ., , ! ,.nro»r with the Pionccr TiUe ^ ^jj. conUct eye lenses val- " ' Unc'dn memorial in Washington, D.C. Following the parade and ceremonies. Boy Scout Troop 22, sponsored by Evening Kiwanis, hosted a hamburger luncheon at Sylvan Park for a troop of Boy Scouts from Watts who partici pated in the parade. p.m. under the direction of Wil- 1am H. Heist Persons enrolling at this time shouM have some limited knowledge of German. Advanced Spanish is offered on Thursday evenings, 7:00 to 9 :30 in room 43 and is under the duection of Rosa Monroe. Instruction included informal conversation in Spanish with sentence structure and vocabulary. The course offers an opportunity to broaden one's, existing .knowledge of Spanish and to j practice speaking Spanish career Insurance & Trust compny. of ^^ .jgp which he was vice president at time of retirement. "We no longer make ice in Redlands," he said, "nor do we distribute any ice. We provide pital with neck strain and a contusion on the top of her head. School BoanI takes action Pierson names two top C. of C. committees ness in our downtown area, we may be in danger of smother- to reports by the 19G6 and 1967 County Grand Juries which urged the tegistiar's office be made directly responsible for administering aU scbool elections. Boy C. Hin. eoimiy sdwel superintendent, told the board tl>e| re^strar ot voters is not legally required to petfoim election chores for the sebocd district, but said with cooperation by Eleanor Fetoi, registrar, the election procedures could be in- improved. 'WeVe not very good in Section matters." BiU said. "Iff! not our daef jcb.''^ He said tte m^iksi'c oCBcel would "iMd ajPMtdMl «t ex- |ipf1iie and fffii'iwM'j** t# doc- tJiBt. Howncr, the cotin pro -j cednre vmiM ftill to mdv Ike superviricB of Hill's office. Supeivuon were taid tto cost of the dectka tmrid-be bone by the sctod «ilikt at ao ad-' ditjanat cost-tatta^aoBBly. al-l for key POSBMI ia ngis- iWa la datioa. ord cdMl Aa BMva "tesia cf -i sauce, whole wheat bread and mBk. Wednesday — Holiday. Thursday — Taco with shredded lettuce and tomato. Men- corn, fniit cup, whole wheat bread and miUc Friday — Soup, grflled cheese sandwidi. harmony salad, fruit Valentme cake and mnk. I^ography and effective narration is meeting Tuesday from 7:00 to 9:00 p.m. It wni be held Cce. Grove street closed between Highlands Poini llbiariits win fiad GroTe street dosed lor the next six weeks betveea and Palm aveanes. said a vanuoc today from Joha Sboaei-piddic wotfcs director. Tbe street is to there had been no rate mcreases in the past three years, but that medical costs have steadUy UMseased. He painted out tliat the county's plan, with the Continental health insurance company, provides $30 a day for hospital room and board wfaOe actual costs are S65 per day. He saU the county's plan bad been "sUding for the past three .uc oun..»^ ^^^^^^ „ — and that the employes i«» phases wfll be used by Art:»">°ths old. said Redlands Com-juo" j , «M m luB «u|uusrO|^j^j^ inametar. Class slides'«»»n»ty hospital personnel to-'anrS. in the stndb of the Educafiooal Services Bmldmg, Lugonia and Orange, accordmg to Jack Bhik- ley. Coordmator of Adult Education. Organization of narration, careful selection of slides, and Creation of two important committees, dealing with Indus-, , try and traffic, will get fir.'t at-: ing ourselves in traffic. The lenUon from the new year's ad- lime to deal seriously with the •acuce speaiung apamsn. Trustees of the Redlands mimstraUon at Redlands Cham- traffic flow is now. before we Registrations wUI continue to,School district took the following be <>' Commerce. are really hurting. We could be accepted for most Adult Edu-'actions involving teaching per- President Donald S. Pierson hardly be engaged in any more cjtion classes. The registration! sonnel at a meetmg Tuesday announced today that a new top-, important chamber of com• • • Hrau-er industrial committee wiU merce work." Edgar Berresford as He said also that he ness arithmetic at Redlands high '^'"^ anoUier committee school, effective January 27. i'» deal with the growing prob- -Approved the empIo>-ment of 'ems of downtovra traffic Bette Cari as an elementary and Berresford. who is detnct secondary substitute teacher, ef-: f ^n.^S^f Southern Cah- fcctive January 30 company. wiU head -Approved the employment of a committee of seven to 10 exec- .Mex F. -murman is a secon- "tives. sarf Pierson They WTU Idary substitute teacher, eOec-^^^,^ ^'^'^ ""5 F*reni6n 3nd sn smbulBiicG a__„..^ r* u«ii^» will convene regularly to' con- -Appro^ed Ann C. HaUse M^J ^^^. j^u^trial possibilities for Emergency action saves life of child ^^^?^lt~™ = ^^^^ years," were losing benefits. He said about 1.000 of 0» eouaigr's 4,500 emptoyes have enrolled vilb the Kaiser Fauada- tioB Health Plan, and be re-i quested the county tie its ntes to those «( the Kaiser plan so as to provide eoverafe "almost to the aiekd." He said Kaiser is increasing Mfller, instructor. Class slides are to be brought in Ihr analysis and use in the story. Slide adi sdected as award be eampUtOy rdwat indndaic "tX^*^- there wffl jits 1^ ^^^^ iM! to heavy eqoipaMst at work on a aew sabdirisioa. hoandwl hy UK sane three streets aad an eataadn of Jndsaa street] souaiwacd. Kve aev sttecto win to tadt ia tte . S> Ms tote&apcond hf Ckc{ Suc^ Sn ^ifi ft liga. year, the larfest increase in the plaa's history, briaginc the! county share for an employe from $11J0 to $12.51 CoctDcr ieqaeded tto coaatir tairt Ma tea feaai |UI te (I2A a tenaaa «(lUi. Cost day. The child ston>ed breathing vlule traveUng through Mentooe Friday, but r^ponded to oxygen whne being mdied to the hosptaL The infant. Stacey Lyna SoBd, was riding in an antomobOe with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dale !SoffeI. when her breathmg |«inaers hi the Photographic Society of America competitians win be studied to observe bow prominent national photographers have made then- prize-win- ^ nmg sets. Class travelogs sndj ^Q^ ^ p^ts stowed at photoessays wffl be presented Mentooe fire station of the the last dass sesdcn on Haidi 25. The dass is open to aU color 'slide pbotograpbers interestod IB tte eOsctiTe use of tbdr! Is&des. BcfistraUoB is $4J» fa dast. or at tto AAiIt tlOB office For m4NL sate forestry department Bed- lands Ambulance Service was caUed, and LeRoy Gidi drove while atteadaat Veam Dm- dale hdped wift the aysflea. Dodao said tto child was.n- covcflnf wfcM tit Uptovntttlato effective Febru-; ..^^ ^jjj jjjjj jj^ jndustii. , .„ „ J. al committee." said Pierson, —Approved Afiamay Bariter ..^^j ^iU „e„ ,.l,o and Inna PateUa as teachers m; already key personaUties in the Day Care Center, effective industries. I beUeve January 21. we are exceedingly fortunate m -ABMOved Barbara Phel|» as ,ype ^ industries that we; supervBor of the Chudren s Cen-{ p „3jjg55 gj,^ tjusg samj indus-' ter, eCfedive Febrtiary 1. —Approved a leave of absence (without pay) for Margaret Halgat sdjool nurse, effective September 1, to November 1. Hffl climb and sand drag races wffl to hdd Feb. 15 and 16 m tte area located at Oe west ead| |«i Sixth asaaoa ia BIyte. Tte Dca an sponeored by tto Blytte Jeep dob. tries can maintain tte climate Uiat wffl attract similar payroUs. "We need the official ^per-| ation of Redlands, so tte committee wffl mdude tte top men! from City Han. I teUeve we can expect great accom^hmests in this fine hi 190. "Downtown prosperity de-j pends npoB tte best traffic aian-; afemeat ttiat we caa fiad, so another impocfant committee wffl deal with that matter. If we are MB to baOd much aiore busi- Betty Marie Tyson missing A Redlands woman today appealed for aid m locating her teen-age daughter, wto disappeared yesterday after being dropped off by her father at Cope junior high schod. Mrs. WendeU T^n, of H374 Terracina boulevard, said the disappearance of her 14-year-old daughter, Betty Marie "Tyson, a ninth grader at Cope, was reported to poUce yesterday when tiie girl failed to return home from schooL Accordmg to MTSL Tyson. Betty Marie did not attend classes and was reportedly seen leavmg the campus with another girt Aorfly ^Her arriving at scbool at 8:15 a.m. Betty Marie was wearing a multi-colored striped dress and black knee boots. Ste has brown hah:, bhie eyes, is 5 feet she inches tan and weighs 118 pounds. Hcs. Tyson has astod that anyone knowing of ter dangh- tor's whereaboats contact tha poUce department or tte T^sm icsidence, 792-0039.

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