OffKhity poke officer bady hurt on'cyde New rainstorm slated to hit Redlands area An a(f-duty Redlands potice officer was serioudy injured Saturday in a tr^c acddoit vtile retumine from Hillside Cemetery after serving ,as a motorcycle escort for a funeral processian. Officer Daniel A. Simmons, 36, sustained two pelvic fractures^ multqife bruises and contusions in a coUisioo between Rtdlandi ....J3 Mentoiw ......30 Yucaipa .23 Calimcsa ....J2 Mill CrMk ...M Camp Angdus M a whopping 47.57 inclies. A fewiHigljways. Over a foot of now snow squalls accompanied the'stifl clings to the slopes. . Vt»r rain in this community. i Camp Angdus has six inches • K Mountain roads were icy ini^n the ground. Lalce Arrowhead some spots early today butj^rea averages four inches as :*2 : chains were not required any-l^oes Running Springs. Wri^t- ,:•!? where. wood, in the San Gabriel moun- The tt-eeltend storm added lit -J 'aws, has only spots of snow re- jtle snow to mountain accumula- niaining along the roadsides. Keep your lawn furniture un-iUons. Big Bear-Fawnskin area| With the approaching storm, ; still has the most snow on the the RAINFALL TOTAL SM - Last son 101 1«.0« 10.12 10.40 24J0 47.57 UU1UU9 ui « >.uuio«». ./vu— -over : still has tne most snow on ine uie Weather Bureau predicts the motorcycle he was "drngi"^^^^ ^ ^^^^^^ Bu-jground from previous storms. ac-;that the snow level will be at reau. there's another rainstorm I cording to the State Division of; about 6.000 feet ^ and a iMckup trudc driven by Frank O. DuBois, of 1309 Alessandro road, police said. Simmons, wbo was taken by! heading for Southern California.!' A new storm from the Pacific: left to right) MitcheU Curtis, Cope; BiU Badgley, Cope; Pam Reineck, Moore; and David Hughes, Mcorc. Seated (1-r) are Rachel. Gonzalez, Cope; and Pattv Ferris, Moore. Career Days will be held 0)1 Februarv 20 at Cope and on February 25 at Moore. " (Photo by Art Miller) STUDENTS SET TO PLOT FUTURE — Cope and Jloore junior high school ninth graders will participate in Career Days during the ne.\t two weeks. Shown al3ovo publicizing the event are six students from the two school.s which are offering the counseling senice this year. They are (standing Feb. 20 and Feb. 25 Cope, Moore students to get career advice Cope and Moore junior high take a careful look at himself'• school counselors have sehed- and the world, and in light ofi,,^_ . ,. uled their ninth^ grade sludfnts y,;^ ^^^^ 3 tenlaUve career! UK / ftfS /eeS giVC OKQ/ n Redlands Doily Facts Monday, Feb. 17. 1969 Page 3 ambulance to Community Hos-jNorftwest moved into Northern Clabe HdnQdM tO PerforiTI lEtal faiowing the 11:52 a.m. Cahfomia last night and forecast- r accident at Alessandro road and.efs said they expected it to ar-| L^-^ !- MftmrtPi;*! rrtnrOl4 La Cresta drive, was riding "ve m the Redlands area latei liere 111 lYIClTlOrial COnC^lT porth on Alessandro, officers'onight or early tomorrow. I * jSaid, when DuBois, who was* Rainfall probabiUUes for the Clabe Hangan, noted folk |souUibound, attempted to make!local area were rated at 50 per stager and Redlands high school i', \. • a U-turn in the intersection, jcent tonight hiking to 70 per alumnus, will be the feahired St- ' :Ji Following the collision be^'cent Tuesday. i soloist at the annyal Caesar tvie&i the two vehicles in the Through mid-day today. Red- Hangan Memorial Concert I:/' rain, Simmons motorcycle slid landers enjoyed mosUy clear and Thursday evraiing. February 20, 27 feet before striking a 1 i g h t mild weather, the same as on in MuHen Auditorium on the post. Sunday. Today's high reached RHS campus. 70 degrees by 1:30 p.m. The high; The program, sponsored by Sunday was 63 degrees. the Redlands .Wrianettes, will The brief drjing-out spell came raise funds for a SlOO scholar- .ifter Saturday's storm which ship to be presented to a 1969 dumped another .33 mches of graduate of Redlands high precipitation locally. school. The Saturday rain raised the The Adrianettes. a local social season precipitation total in Red- and civic club, has taken on lands .to 14.31 mches, more | this scholarship drive as one of than a quarter inch over the'their major projects. President Taxpayers — stunned by their normal yearly rainfall total fori is Mrs. Josephme Curtis and first chance to claim a relief the city which is 14.03 inches. Program Chairman is Mrs. Ani- payment — turned to the Coun- Mentone received the most ta Dimery. , t>- Assessor's office today in un-,rainfall in the local valley area A 1934 graduate of Redlands 'precedented hundreds for help,with .38 inches. Yucaipa had high school and a 1960 graduate nith their one-sheet form. .23 inches and Calimesa report-of the University of Redlands, Claims appUcations having been ed .22 inches. ! the talented Negro singer has received in the maU Saturday; Camp Angelus, above Men-' made a national name for him- tone, added .69 inches to itsi self in this mterpretation of folk Taxpayers get forms for $70 tax refund into career conference sessions to be held this month. choice. The career conference George Isaak and Mrs. Rosa ^^^'^ ^'^ Monroe, counselors at Cope, wiu! "Hopefully, each student wUl coonimale Career Days Febru-|be better informed as he reg- ary 20. and Mrs. CharloUe Rey- isters for hi^ school subjects nolds. counselor at Moore, has | and plots las course toward set February 25 for sessions at Moore. According to David G. Farquhar Jr., district coordmatmg counselor for career activities, "career days should not be thought of in isolation." "Although it is the largest smgle effort, it is only one in a series to help students to become practiced in the decision- makmg process. During Career Days, students will be advised of both aptitude and taterest test scores and will receive both individual and group guidance m career areas, Farquhar explained. graduation and beyond. Career conferences have been extended to Cope this year after a successful junior high experience at Moore last year, the district administrator announced. "The conference will allow each student to choose three areas of vocational interest," Farquhar explamed. He nill have an opportunity to listen aixl talk to a guest speaker who will provide him with late developments and opportunities in the field. Student life study committee appointed Trustees of the University of Redlands have confirmed the appotatment of a special 12- member committee to conduct a comprehensive study of student life at the University, Dr. George H. Armacost, University president, announced today. The study is expected to lead to change in University programs consistent with newer concepts in education. President Armacost recommended the appointments at the Trustees' recent wmter business He continued, "In essencCi, each student has been asked to i following the conference. Commiffee meefs fomorrow Rising interest shown on school segregotion WiUiam A. Rosenberger, ^rector of personnd for the Redlands School District, is scheduled to report on recruiting practices at a regular meeting of the Committee on Problems of School Segregation tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Board Room, Lugonia at Orange Both students and guestlmeettag oa the Redlands cam- speakers will be asked to eval- pyj uate the Career Day program, j,;. g^y^^ Q^^^, p-j,5jg^ of the First Baptist Church in Oakland, was named chairman of the Student Life Committee. A University of Redlands trustee since 1954, Dr. Van Osdel is one of four trustee members on the study panel. He is also an aliunnus of the University, graduating in 1933. Other trustees appotated to the committee are Robert L. Gordon, Bank of America executive vice president, Los Angeles Headquarters; Arthur B. Willis, partner in the Los Angeles law firm of Willis, Butler and Scheifly; and L. T. (Ted) Sands, vice president and general manager. Industrial Group, Arrowhead Puritas Waters in Torrance. Student representatives are Cathy HendoD, a sophomore meeting in these ways: —The Mexican-American Political Association sidnnltted ei^t recommendations. —Douglas Trenner, represent fag the Mariposa parents group, reported on the views of the ;group. —Mrs. Katharine Van Dyke Rising mterest in the prob-jsaid the Redlands Teadiers As- loms before the committee werejsociation, of whidi she is Presi-|^^^ reflected at the February 11; dent, is much concerned about jedlands; Vaughn K. !segregation problems andjgj^^^ ^ j^^or from San Fran . I . direction. | ^ pave Wheeler, a sen ADOUT rCOpie ' —I. N. Mva, a committee! ior from Redlands. All three are ! member, presented a 64-name Citrus Market Wayne E. Hobsen, 21, Army | petition of parents who said they private first class, son of Mr.jijve within walking distance of and Mrs. Elton J. Hobson, 32357: mgonU ^f„i "Under no cir-, Yucaipa boulevard, Yucaipa, was cumstances," they said, "do we; LOS ANGELES, Feb. 17 (UPI) assigned Jan. 26 to the 101st Air-^.gnt our children bussed to any!—Representative prices by size borne Division (.\irmobile) in ^jher school." 'and grade all orange auction Vietnam as a comlrat engmeer. _jirs. Rose Ramos reported markets: Sis 72s Ns members of the Student Senate. Faculty members appotated are Mrs. Betti Sherman, assistant professor of physical education; Dr. Lawrence R. Harvill, associate professor of en- gfaeering science; and Dr. Wilbur S. Gregory, professor of psychology. The admmistration will be represented by President Armacost, who will serve as an ex officio member; Dr. Donald R. Ruthenberg. dean of students, who will also provide staff assistance; and Dr. Presslcy C. McCoy, chancellor of Johnston College, which will open m September. 'Hiis will be a comprehensive and thorough study of student life," President Armacost stated, "it is being made with the expectation that changmg concepts m education miy be reviewed and adaptation in present procedures may be made consistent with the educational philosophy and needs of students." and today, a large pumber of cit izens went mto shock. After read- mg the 1,500-word instruction page — or instead of readtag it — they tried calling the assessor's office. Hundreds got their calls throu^, and peiliaps thousands got busy si^ials. Deputy George. Wenzel, in charge of the Redlands office, had most of his eight deputies out in the field, because rainy weather had thrown them behind in assessmoit work. This could have been a mistake, for the im- expected avalanche of inquiries smothered the remaining office force. ... "H I can get time," said As- Isessor John Bevis, "I'll ask the deputies to compile their most frequent inquiries and analyze the main difficulties. Meanwhile, the 120,000 or more taxpayers wto got the forms might j ua^e feet and read them agam — and be pa-: pemiit value, tient. They have until April 151 to return them, and wc can't handle that many calls and keep the callers happy." Two burglaries investigated this weelcend yearly total which no-w stands at;""'^'^He most recently was in a special television show sponsored by the National Conference of Christians and Jews. Clabe was the twta brother of Caesar who died of head m- juries while attendtag college ta Oregon. . Tickets for the 8 p.m. concert I are available at Redlands high school Counseling Office, the Redlands Police Station, from any member of the Adrianettes, or at the door. Donation of 75 cents for students and $1.25 for adults is being asked. Also on the program will be Jim Chambers. New homes being built on Elizabeth CLABE HANGAN Two homes to be erected by the Town Square Development corporation are represented in Redlands building permits of the past week. Forsberg & Gregory are contractors for the two residences at 1442 and 1444 Elizabeth street. The first will be a $19,000 7- room home of 1,686 square feet. The other will also have seven rooms, but will cover 2,067 cost $22,800 Yucaipa boy injured in Calimesa crash Service station quality up for Council action Elegance of Redlands service $1,500. Col. Edward Gould will build a $3,000 swimmmg pool at 1617 Henrietta street. Other permiU were: General Telephone company, concrete block wall at 550 Brookside avenue, $300; Manuel Vil- stations may become a munici-jiegas. block waU at 816 W. Fern Mrs. Darilyn Hester, 1049 Dracena court, wiU add a family ^ six-year-old Yucaipa boy room with permit value of $t,- ^gs tajured Sunday in a coUi- 500. sion at County Ltae road and Gordon Altland wiU remodel stj-ggt caUmesa involv- a commercial property at 516^ j^g tj,g jyto driven by his moth Texas street at a listed cost of: ^ another car. the Califor- Yucaipa Board to discuss future building The future buildtag program of the Yucaipa Jotat Unified School District will be discussed tomorrow night at a meettag of the Yucaipa School Board. ' Other matters to be considered by the board at its 7:30 p.m. meeting include anticipated income m connection with the 1967-70 budget, a merit (civil service) election among non- teachmg employes, and secondary school accreditation. Also on the board's agenda is discussion of voter information I material distributed ta connection with the unsuccessful Feb. 4 bond election. Two weekend burglaries, one of tiiem tavolving the theft of a pistol that shoots only blanks, were under mvestigation today by Redlands police. Frank J. Loehrer Jr., of 10 W. Claris street, told police the pistol, valued at $10, and two $20 bills were taken from his apart ment Friday night by some one who entered an unlocked! irear door. pal responsibility, but first it «ill be discussed Tuesday at a 3 p.m. idanning session of the city council. It comes before a meettag m Safety Hall as "amendment No. 88 to Ordtaance 1,000." Citizens and business groups having received copies of the amendment, their comments may be received at first readmg of the amendment Favorable ac tion has been recommended by the City Planning commission. "Higher quality of service station devdopment" is the aim of this amendment as worded by jW. C. Schindler, city planner. "At the presents time," said Schindler, "the Planmng Com avenue, S250; W. H. Evenson, wall at 50 Lido court. $500; R. L. Gould, patio deck at 651 Golden West drive, $700. Donald G. Brandenberger, deck at 643 Golden West drive, $750; Virginia Mclver, partitions at 1420 W. Redlands boulevard, $500: Dr. James Ross, sand blasting at 1703 Sarrita drive. $735; and Antonio Sousa. addi tion at 420 W. Colton avenue, $400. nia Highway Patrol reported. Officers said Mark Petty, of 35468 Bonita drive, sustained bumps and bruises on his head m the 4:20 p.m. collision between the southbound auto driven by his mother, Helen Gayle Petty. 30, and a westbound car operated by Louis Frank Meyer, 75, of 12874 California street, Yucaipa. The injured boy was taken to a private physician for treatment, officers said. El Casco resident hurt Youths unhurt when car veers into ditch Two Redlands area youths nar 'rowly escaped mjuiy Saturday Iwhen their auto plunged into a drataage ditch and overturned on Redlands boulevard near Lip reading class offered A Redlands Adult Education class in lip readtag is meetmg Mondays, 7-9:30 p.m. in room 41 on the Redlands high school campus, according to Jack Binkley, cooidtaator. The class slK>uld be of interest for those with or without a hearing loss. The course is under the direction of Harry J. Hrd, certificated instructor for the bard of hearing. Persons interested may visit the class to meet the instructor. There is no registration fee. For further information telephone 793-2541. Audubon group to meet Chinese New Year 'p'a ^Ll ^^d ^iso^'^'^mmVe First grade 4^3 .'.S ^^f, !.rat thTreaf of mVcaf r^"^'^^ ofVew"^^ showed that the^ majority of:Second grade ...3.51 3.24 ifu ^ .....^6 v,™.-, A San "nmoteo Canyon resi-, ^, ^ ,. ^ , , , mission does have an opportuni-l dent was tajured Friday nighti Highland avenue, pohce report-! In the other burglary, some-;, ^ ^-^^^ remodeling and! when her northbound auto coUid-| ed. < San Bemarino V^ey ed with a parked car on Center officers said a northbound Audubon Society wiU meet m San Diego Chinese will cele- parenu would be opposed to the! brate theu: New Year with a:clostag of Lincohi as an elemen-IFirst grade 4.01 3.50 3.39 special program at Balboa Parkj tary scboci if it meant that one- 1 Second grade . .2.74 2.22 dub. 7 p.m., Feb. 22. i way bussmg would result j Trend: About unchanged. street just north of Ptae avenue,!auto driven by Richard L. Cook.'^e San BemMdino County Mu- lisi 13lf 1*3$ houn street and took four shirts tion of these provisions wiU ap-!police reported. in. of 929 Washington street' m 18890 "range street Valued at a total of $24, accord-ipiy uniform standards for the! Officers said Edna B. ^Vhite-,veered tato the ditch after Cook|Bloommgt (Hi, Wednesday, 7:30 ing to the victim, Richard Cala- raz. Computerized credit comes to Redlands development remodeltag or con- head, 49, who resides at El Casco version of such stations in all zones withm the city. swerved to avoid a collision with a car driven by Paul Neal. of 142 E. Highland, who had pulled By ERWIN S. HEIN IcaiUy did. And to flash the Happmess is here for thatdata out of Redlands to a dis- lonesome individual who hasitant mqmrer will be equally wanted his name associated;swift. "We are dotag quite well already, because we have such a thorough and efficient organization across the country. But with othere. His name - andi "Our organization, the Asso-lftere will be vast improvement ject's credit Our files his credit rating - are beingIciatcfl Credit Bureaus of Amer-jwith the computers. |haye to _be bnrf and to tte computerized, niiidi means a sioner \raiiam J. Babe. Planter widths have tacreased from a minimum of three feet to five citizenry. We are too busy, and I feet, as suggested, our space is too valuable, to be filtag anytfamg that doesn't have direct bearing upon the sub- resort, sustataed a nosebleed and mtaor head injuries m the 8 _ . We have tacorporated three'p.m. crtlisitm with an unoccu-jonto the boulevard from High- changes suggested hy Commis-j pied parited car owned by Fran- 1 land avenue. • ces Anne Carpenter, of 39 N. Michigan. Mrs. Whitehead refused treatment at the scene, officers saW. Cook and his passenger. p.m. Barbara Montgomery a local member, will tell abourtier trips to Alaska. Throu^ pictures she will take her audience up the Inland Passage, over the histor- Gary Undley of Yucaipa. report-: ic White Pass to Whitehorse. edly escaped injmy fa the 2:33|and then by air to Fort Tukoo, p.m. accident iNome and Kotzbue. new togetherness for all of Red- Unds' thousands of dti«ns. Millions ot faaines, in fact, win be jammed into a computK^ coiter in Los Anseks. It promises to expedite credit repeals for aQ Fac3& SootinKst merchants and baotas. Gndu- ally, they wiU indude all Bed- lands district residents whose business reeords ai« wvted. A lot of (hem ar^ there al- ica. is tying into several computer colters, one of whidi is in Los Angdes," Graves said. "Quite a few have already been processed tfaere and otiiers viU fbllov — just as fast as we get leqnests for credit data from Los Aagdes or mm distant PMnts. "Once a record is in tfae com- pofler eeoter. an inquiiT can be answmd just as fast as the machine can spit out a card. "Without computer hdp, we did remarkably well recently ta asasting a Redlanfe merchant and a milttaty officer. The officer had just axrived, and he waited to have • large'order of furaibire ddtvend fast. "Iben was no local credit reooi^ and tfae only refBTBOces he gave (be furniture dealer were in Newfoundland. We worked tlie inquiiy by tdephone to Newfoumfland afod even need- readj-, .thanks to tbeW B;.-:7be_n«. st^^wffl^ ^-fSr;^!'^!,*^^; pomt What quickly and defi nitely, can we tdl a client who wants to seD something to an unestaUisiied customer? "Nothing in our files win worry <he faonest citizen who pays his bins. Also, we carry no records Oat are more than five years old if the file has become inactive. Right now we are storing some 15 per cent of tfae files in our bureau because that many have reached the inactive re£j of Redlands, and Manager C3iarles M. Graves expects the move to indude almost everybody before tfae Soaring Sixties expire. He has 100,000 credit records in his office, 420 E. State street that are siAject to the latest move in antomatiott. The Redlands files are being culled and updated, aaad Grave* today, to be.nady for the era of "instant credit," which is now dawning. The few minutes that it now takes to obtam a lepoTt foe a RwAanrts merchant wiU be greatly nduoed, even if the in^iwiiatiflii from NewfoindianiL » it ze -i leaus like this together in a:rather pleasing record for the diata of aewsptinters, sudi as'Redlands merchant new^peis and brokerage: "Peoirie could help themselves houses have been nang. land the business worid by coming to our office as soon as they "InqiBiies and information then win fly bade and forth, quiddy and endlessly, from computer centMs to flie bu- . ^ . and from our offices to are happy to show peo(de thor Graves is ta his eighteenth year as manager of the Red-1 lands bureau windi now has; 10 emjdoyes. The manager, now 58, is a v^eran m tfae records wish to establidj credit No onejbnsiaess. having spent two ear- but the deadteat has anything i lier decades ta a smaU loons to fear in a credit bureau. Weibusiness. tfae mfonnatian centers. Thai win be tfae day of in- own credit records, and we are In eariy years tlie credit office was a back-room adjunct of more tfaan wining to coireet stant credit' wben a customer i misunderstandings tfaat may exist between customers and may enter a store, make a pir- chase, charge it, and -w»t for eonfinnalion of bis credit, no knger tfaan it takes for tfae merrhonili^f to be wrapped or "There is no substance to tfae widesmad fear tfaat cre«t bureaus are filling tfaetr files with Itfae inoeRDost secnts of te tfae Redlands Chamber of Commerce. Managers named on dd records induded Wnitam T. Nye, John Van Houwerik; Harry G. Gunning and Jerry Tyfcr. It was 1947 when T^er acquired tfae buRMi, and he sdd to Graves in 13SL GROUNDED BY THE RAIN — Scores of Cedar Waxwing birds found convenient resting places during Saturday afternoon's rain on a TV antenna atop a residence on West Palm avenue and on utility wires in background. They were captured photographically with the aid of a 135 miHimettt telephoto lens. (Facts photo by Herb Fasik)°.
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