Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 10, 1969 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Monday, February 10, 1969
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Redlands Dally Focts I 4 - Mondoy. frit. 10, IWJ Local Notes Yaur Valmlin* h Wailinfl at Winn's Drug Store. Watch Local Notes every day for gift ideas. Comer Colton and Orange. Phone 793-2804. z E/emenfary school book rooms clrculafe 750 books a day Redlands dementaiy schools plaised. She reported that Clement jun- "Uttle book rooms." temporary "This is the aze of a class ior hi^ library was over- quarters for individual school li- room and-a-half or a kindergar- crowded and the high school li-i Artiifi' Tup^liu braries, are humming with acd. ten room." they added. 'brary was inadeqiwte. Picture framins Alder's Paint vity this school year. ; The continuing problon is to | and Moore junior high facumes suprfy sufficient materials audi were ranked "preUy satisfac and Art Store, 25 E. SUte St. x Over 750 books a day are cir-; -- - ^ , ,culating out of the book rooms, staff to meet the ^owmg needs Lincoln Ctomtr TonMrmr Ijirs Helen Power, district li-iof teachers and students, ac- The annual Uncoln dinner -ibrarian. informed members of'««*n8 to staff spokesmen, a public event — wiU be held 11^^1 ,0^5 school board. Tues-iAl">ough the report was mam- - —> — • • ijy concerned with dementary sdiool Ubrary programs, Mrs. - at at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at thej^av Casa Loma room. University of, Redlands. Carl Van Doren Stem, noted authority on Lin- cohi, will be the qieaker. in addition to regularly sched', ' nled class visits, children are.'Po'^r also rated facilities using the book rooms before and th* secondary schools. !after school and daring lunch' Ski Sal* : boors and recesses, Mrs. Pow-I Head skis on sale, also par- »id. They may also be sent i kas, ski pants fiir hats, etc. *<* the rooms individually or in' Open Fri. and Mon. mghts. Pratt 'S™^ groups for research, she Bros. Sporting Goods. 651 E.Cit-»«W^- rus Ave. z Stafung the uttle book; rooms" on two-hour shifts are SlM KMrioa — IMR ~ Tonifht about 150 vohmteer district PTA Doo't miss the combined ap-imembers, she advised, "theyi pearance of the Stan Keoton help by checking books in and' Jazz Orchestra and University out and assisting children inj of Bedlands Symphony Band, their selections." j Univeraty Memorial Chapel, to-: "We even have two mothers in night, 8:15 p.m. Tickets on sale the Mission district who ride at the door. Adults $2, Students school buses to work because H. z no other transportation is avail-' _. able for their volunteer job." Palw Fn Alarm she jaid. A forklift blade snapped a ^boul 18.000 books are avail- fire alarm system wire at 2:57 in elementary book rooms.: p.m. Saturday at Empire slor- averaging about 2.000 per school,! age. 1433 W. Park avenue.,j,„ p^,^ explained, "even toucbmg off a_false alarm. firejpaUsyale, with 42 pupils, has tors'. High priorities have been set in the current construction program of the district schools for m )raiy faciUties at all elementary sdMols plus enlarging Clement and Redlands high school libraries. mi Walter Ernesf Paffenon Eoriy day motor cop dies ot oge of 71 department offidals reported. 800 books.' The new elementary library Place your order now for cor-iP^Srams have come about most- •««es,cutflowers. potted plants, i'yas a «sult of Bxe factors ceramic planters. Free de-' "^^^ developed in the dis- livery. Phone 783-1331. Redlands I Jf"?' smce 1965. Dr. H. Fred Hodoidse Ftorist, 28 So 6th z school superintendent, and his staff reported. They VaNay Callai* Film are: Eric Pavel, photographer and —Emidoyment of a profession- wortd traveler, will present his al district librarian, new color film, "Pan-American —Recent opening of the new Highway," Thursday at 7:40 Instructional Materials Center, p.m. m the San Bernardino Val-j —Expressions ot parent con cera and support for an larged and decentralized mentary program. —Implementation of Title en- ele- n ley College auditorium. Sponsored by the Evening IHvision of the college, the program is open to the public free of charge. Janef* Cbaners JndsoD & Citrus. This wedcs' qwdal-^nen's overcoats $1J9. s Vandals touched off fires yesterday in fmir student lockers at Cope junior lugh school, 1100 W. Cypress avenue. Fire department officials said firemen forced open the lockers in onler to remove smouldering books and papers. The incident was reported at 5:51 p.m. SMkMtint Give your driveway that New'pointed out Most of the current ' facilities are now boused in small converted storage areas in the schocds. Only four elementary schools now have classroom size book rooms. They are at Franklin, of the Elementary and SecoU' daiy Education Act, providing new &nds for purchase of library materials. —Growing recognition of the value of individualized learning ezperienoes for diildren. As the result of these factors and the continuing active support of the district and parents, the report continued, centralized library ser\ice has generally been replaced by the program of "little book rooms." Hje rooms are the first step toward establishing elementary school libraries, the report Look, rree estimatet on seal' coating driveways and parking loU. Also paving and grading. Kevari Contractors mSBSZ. x SdMrf Safli«faMen Maa» The Committee on Problems of Seho(d Segregation will boM a regular meeting tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Board Room, Lngonia avenue at Orange street Smiley, Lincoln and Cram. The new Kingsbury school will have a 2,000 square foot library when completed, administrators ez- Weather •ad Fraa Decorator Service avuIaUa at your Imperial Skcc. U E. Citnu Ave., IBMSU. s Par A 1*^ Fulwr» haw AirostioDg new soft vinytlJu. u Jan. 1« '. Jan. 15 . Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 1« Jan. U Jan. » Jan. 31 Avence Fcbniaiy nIotaU 2 .1a ATtnae aeaMo total rainfall 1 «X» Jan. 10 Jan. II laid over your present floor. Beantifid, easy-to^aean, but aoCt Haswell-Means show it at in Orange St or pbone 793-2389 to see samples in your home, x Ihmm - \3tn. a Valentine's Day. Redlands » Art Associatioo 12 E. Vine. j£ a 1 Jan. Z» iJan. 29 COMMENDED — Army Sergeant Philip M. Ewalt (right), son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter M. Ewalt, 31935 Florida street, receives the Army Commendation Medal during ceremonies December 5 in Vietnam. Sgt E^valt received the award for meritorious service while serving as chief of the Radio Section, Headquarters Company, 3rd Brigade of the 25th Infantry Division near Dau Tieng. The sergeant entered the Army in April 1967 and completed basic training at Ft Ord, Calif. He was stationed at Ft Gordon, Ga., before arriving overseas in December 1967. Sgt Ewalt is a 1965 graduate of Yucaipa high school and attended the San Bernardino Valley College. (U. S. Army photo) 6ARY A. JONES Gary A. Jones becomes pilof of helicopter Gary A. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones Jr.. 333 Ash street received the silver wings of an Army aviator and was appointed a warrant officerl upon graduation from the Armyj Aviation School at Hunter Anny^jy^j^ Airfield. Savannah, Ga. During the 16-week course, he was taught verious fire techniques and tactical maneuvers for helicopters supporting ground troops in combat He also received instruction in helicopter maintenance and survival techniques. The 21-year-oId warrant officer graduated from Redlands high school in 1965, and attended the University of California, San Diego. Walter Enest (Pat) Patterson, wlw was an original Bed- lands "^otor cop" in the early motorcycle days, is dead at the ac« of 71. He also was a Redlands post office custodian until several years ago, and beflore then owned an interest in the Sanitary Plumbing company. Rosary servkes irill be held at 7:30 p.m. today at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass win be at 10 a.m. Wednes-^ day at Sacred Heart Catholic church with the Bev. Henry W. Keane officiating. Burial win be at Montedto Memorial Park. Patterson died in San Bernar-j dino, where he had lived for the' last 20 years, but his longtime home was Redlands. Be was bom in Indiana, bnt attended Redlands schools, entering World War I military service after high school graiduation. He also was a veteran of World War U and had been a member of American Legion Post 106. He was a member of] Barracks 193 of Veterans of World War I. _ „ . p.„,. „.. „ • He is survived by a daughter.' Van Gordon Fiekb. who in- jj„ ^^^^^ .p^j^^i^, H^^^^ . K M- I . • San Dimas: a son, Paul Pat- buiWing and devetopment proj- , ^i^. eels throughout the San Beroar- Len^ Phegley, Santa Ana; dinovaUey, IS dead after an un-,jj„ ^ Stein, Long Beach; UOraon rKNISf widely known builder, dies W. R. PaHenon fcmierdlnis grower, dies A former Redlands oranga grower and' active member of the First Baptist church. William Robert Patterson. 610 Glenwood drive died in Redlands Sunday at Uie age of 91. A Eative of Missouri, Mr. Patterson had resided in Redlands for the past 38 years. Graveside services will be held tomorrow at ii a.m. at Hillside Memorial Park with Rev. Ivan Bell, pastor of tha First Baptist church, officiating. Mr. Patterson is survived by one daughter. Miss Thelma Patterson, ezecntive directw of tha Plum Landing Retirement Residence m Aurora, Illinois, and two sisters. In lieu of flowers, Uiose who wish may make a donation to a Memorial Fund in the name of William Robert Patterson at the Fhrst Baptist church. F. Arthur Cortner chapel is m charge of Uie funeral arrangements. expected heart attack. His funeral will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Bobbitt Memorial Chapel, San Bernardino, followed by burial at Montecito Memorial Park. Fields, who died Saturday evening, was contractor on a nU' jor addition to the Redlands Vital Records BIRTHS WARREN — Bom. a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. RooaW Warren, 1«5 Berkeley drive, Feb. 7, 1969, at Redlands Community hospital. Glcnwood drive, aged 91 years, native of Missouri and resident of Redlands for 38 years. Graveside services will be heM Tuesday at 11 a.m. at Hill. BARNES — Bom, a son, to Mr.[side Memorial Park, with Rev. and Mrs. James Bames, 2279 Mentooe boulevard, Mcntonc, Feb. 9,1969, at Redlands Com munity bo^ital. DEATHS NOBLITT — Died in Los Angeles, Calit, Feb. 7, 1969, John Karen Knox, 10. dies suddenly Karen Knos. 10-year-old daughter of BIr. and Mrs. Hugh Knox, 318 Franklin avenue, died suddenly in the Riverside Community hospital late Thursday night Karen was in the fourth grade at Kimberly school and was active in the Girl Scout program. She was bora in Los Angeles and had lived in Redlands for the last W years. In addition to her parents, she and Sister Imelda, of the Sisters of Mercy, Burlingame; five grandchildren and one great­ grandchild. Kennedy Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Augusta Kennedy were held Satur- Community Hospital, Uie Mose- "^rjrhape, with Rev. Ivan BeU ley wing, Leral years ago. HelP?^^^ of .V'S l^^^^, also developed the property nowjChurch^ and Uie Sapphire Rebek-, occupied by Sage's maritet m'<^ Lodge, No. ISa, officiating.; ^ Redlands, and was widely known In'.crment was m Montecito Me- 1 wrgtry or a he.raig aid here for his activKes in the;monal Park. !3 help? Will anything help? Democratic party. I ll This remarkable FREE One of his Redlands projects The Truth About NBIVE DEAFNESS Free Booklet Ttilt All Now for the first time ANYWHERE — Gel tha ficts abaut the Nation's No. I cause of hearing distress — NERVE DEAFNESS. UnHI today KItle ha* bewi wriltwi about this painless invisiMa condHldn that hin- dieaps and isolates'millions. This naw beakM explaint what Nerva Deafnass is. Hew 'rt interferes with hearing . . . and what symptoms to look for. Find out why you may hear, but can't understand. Wi" was the residence tract including such streets as Robinbood lane, Sherwood, Nottingham, etc. Fields was bom in Tennessee in 1913 and came to San Ber- s Founded 1890 — 79tl> Year WnXIAM G. MOORE. PubUsher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. TOO Brookside Ave. at Center, Redlands. Calif. 92373. , Second dass postage paid at Red-1 nardino 28 years ago. His firm, l lands. Callf. Legal advertisements Gordon Fields BuiUers-Devd-"SS„lJ5^„„^i;te, .to advanced opers, was credited wiUi buifcline By Mrritr per monUi sijW. tiro .rnn/^ u-—- _j u : months $4JS. six months $9.80. one 10,000 homes and such non-resi-iyear »19.«l. By maU per monUi $2.00. dence structures as Pacific high one year sstoo. school. He built extensivdy in Grand Terrace. He was immediate past presi- ^ dent of Uic National Home Build- le ««rTwo"sSte«, MK? Ka"ih -ie« association, and was active booklet, "Tha Inside Story of Ntrve Oeafhasi" tall* what you can do yourself to end Ibis ambarrissing ordeal—Nerve Oaahiess. Write for your FREE copy today. BELTONE REDLANDS FACTS BOX C REDLANDS, CALIF. Ivan BeU. pastor of Uie First Baptist church, officiating. In lieu of flowers Uiose who wish I may make a donation to a Me' morial Fund in the name of William Robert Patterson at Uie First Baptist church. F. ArUiur I Cortner chapel in charge of fu- A. Noblitt, 617 Greenwood, De- neral arrangements. vore, aged 67 years, native of &IiUer, Missouri and resident of San Bernardino county for 42 years. Deceased is survived iv bis' wife. Rose of Devore; the fol-' lowing SOB and daugber: John A. Jr., Independence, CaliL and Mrs. Linda Woolsey. San Ber- UNDER DIRECTION OF f.umn CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. 1411 Jan. 30 . Jan. 31 . Feb. 1 . Feb. I . Feb. 3 Feb. 4 Feb. S Feb. « Feb. 7 Feb. 8 IFcb. • B 34 8*»Boon aaa ao 42 as 41 , «s 39 S8 so .OS 3.13 62 SO Leo 3.75 es 48 J 03 3.78 et 44 4S . —— 39 3* 57 48 is 433| et 50 .ao 4a3 H 54 1.07 tM S8 SO J9 » 43 _ M 48 J M 7J 03 65 34 3.41 10.441 39 94 M 1U)0| S9 41 .47 11.47 i 48 40 .09 S3 31 J4 35 29 sa 32 —— 37 32 . 68 34 TO 35 65 38 37 45 ~3» 1227 SI 45 1.43 1170 60 37 .21 use <7 3( as 37 — PATTERSON - Died in San Benenlino, Calif., Feb. 7, 1969. Walter Ernest Patterson, 2078 Belle street, San Ber nardino, aged 71 years, native of Indiana and resident of San Bernardino for 20 years, and a former resident of Redlands. Rosary services wBl be fafetd leen Sweet ot Arcadia and Mrs. Georgia Sweet of Eagle Rock; and grandmothers Mrs. Gerirude Schuckert ot Los Angeles and Mrs. Vida Knox of Glendale. Services will be conducted tomorrow at noon in Uie LitUc Church of the Flowers at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale. bi the California Real Estate association and the San Bernardino Board of Realtors. He was president of Oic San Bernardino Y.MCA in 1961 and 1963, and also was active in Uie| Red Cross, Elks club. Exchange dub. Sheriffs posse, and Baptist church. Sur\ivors include his wife and! tm sons. Tfest^rf*?^ it ICAN AND AMERICAN FOOD ^ t Buffet Hours 5la« MEXICAN FAiMILY NIGHT EVERY TUESDAY Prssantini Mexican A American Buff* Dinner ALL YOU CAN EAT ....$1.7S **tnu CMMfan under 12 S1J5 alto 1570 NO. ORANGE, REDUNDS jhe f'>}^<^J>^^''^.^^'T,iesd»y\l 7:30 p.m. from the ters: Ira T.NoWitt and Howard, p (j„rtner ChapeL Be- NobUtt of San Bernardino: Mrs. Bessie Hood, Mrs. Norma Mom- quiem Mass will be beU Wed- Bessie Hooa, Mrs. "°°|:'Sesday at 10 a.m. fttw, Uie Sa- nmger. Mrs. Mary Chenault aU ^ 'j,^ ^U, R^V. ol San Beniardino. .„ Henry W. Keane, of the Sacred Ili!?^.^.?! Heart church, otfidafag. Inter- p.m. "Hiesday at Uie Emmer- , -„ ^ ^BartleU Memorial chapel ,!""V^ Loma Linda. Interment in Mon- DAVIS — Died in Calif., Feb. 7. 1969, Forest WU- Uam Davis, 820 College ave- KnigM* Meat Redlands Knights of the RoundUble will hear a Ulk by - Died in R«nands, ^.^^ ^ Um\-ersUy of Redlands on ^ _ 1 "Black Culture," tomorrow nue, Bedlands. aged » V^ars noo„ at the La Hacienda, native of Ohio and resident of FOREST WILUAH DAVIS rewarded to Bryan. Ohio. UBS. lIARr E. DEES Scrrioes U ajo., Itonday. at the F. Attlnir Cortner Chapd. MRS. ANNIE LOUISE SHEARER Savices 2 pjn., Monday. at the Nazame Chncb, 1207 E. CStros Ave WALTER ERNEST PATTEBSON Bacaqr sRviees 7:30 pjn.. Ttesday, at the F. Artinr Conner Ctaapd. Beqnea Mass 10 aju.. Wadnesdagr, at SKTtd Heart CbBch. WILUAMBOBERT PATTEISOIf (Tiiii^issntosU Ttaadagr. at mirida Bwial ftik. Announcemenf of Funeral Services KOBLTTT. John A.. Sr. 2:00 pjn. Tuesday Loma Linda Chapel HAZELTINE. Uo'd G. Private Services were beU Monday SPRAGUE. yin. Ruby Jo Services Pending Lotna Linda Chapel BERTI. Mrs. Saalia Services Pending YocaipB rb ^Tft SMITH, Mrs. Dorothy Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Badlands for 21 years. Deceased is survived by one sister Mrs. Iva Miller of Bryan. Ohio. Funeral services will be heU in Bryan, tftoo. Mr. Davis was forwarded to Brjan. Ohio for funeral services and burial The : F. Arthur Cortner chapel was in j charge of the local arrange- >inents. PATTERSON — Died in Red: lands. CaUL. Feb. 9. 1969. William Robert Patterson. 610 FacU ClassUed Ads Can Sen AnyUdng Can 798-3221 UrfWar Ft MUARY 11 Rari Graf A* RidMPrf B #fVMMMI Kevin CMar Bartan T. Rinsliart Ttiap Faamira Rav. Tad V( Wamn P. »torald J. Gales JalMSaria UsH Alan Da^MartiH CRiwfcCay froas HAPPY HEARTS Have you found a val- eiftine yet for your oita and only? Sorry, but we can't help you find ena. But wa can help you find security and peace of mind with one of our groat Homeowners' Paekago Policies. Call us today. We'll be your valan' tine. 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