4 — Monday, Mar. 9, 1959 Redlands Daily Facts LEGION FROM CENTER STREET — This is the architect's conception of the proposed new American Legion Post 106 clubhouse from the east elevation or North Center street side. The proposed clubhouse will be located west of North Center and between Citrus and Highway 99. Designed by Rack and DeMasirevich, Inc. of Red- lands, it is of contemporary design with frame and stucco construction and vertical redwood siding. A wide flagstone terrace would grace this side of the building. The plan will be submitted to the Legion membership March 17. LEGION ON HIGHWAY 99 SIDE — This north elevation of the proposed clubhouse actually pictures the building as it would eventually look if the social hall is expanded in the future. As proposed now, only that portion of the building left of the vertical siding separating the two series of windows would be constructed at this time. The large windows look in on the main social hall which will have a separate entrance. The social hall, complete with catering kitchen, will seat 144 persons at tables and will be made available to service clubs and other organizations. Plan For New Legion Clubhouse Revealed Preliminary plans for a proposed new clubhouse for American Legion Post 106 were revealed today for the first time by the Legion building committee. These plans, which take the form of a recommendation to the general membership, will be presented to , c day" actixitv while »nh the Youth Day In Redlands Tiies. Tomorrow will be Youth day in Redlands when high school stu-| dents take over various city and other organizational offices for the day. starting at 9 a.m. At 12:15 a special luncheon will be held at the YWCA with A.R. Schultz. Jr., as master of cere- i monies. He conceived the "civ- Legion members at their next meeting, March 17. The proposal calls for a building with 5589 square fert-wthj and wou]d ^ utilizcd by seating capacity of 171 at tables and 243 at seats. a business manager. A recessed fover leads to the Of contemporary design, by Rack and DeMasirevich, Inc.,: 1 ™ 31 " entrance on the east which Keriiands, would be located on :i| extends outward to a wide flag-1 P- m YMCA some 30 years ago Dr. Bobert L. Morlan. t'R professor of government and former city councilman, will be the main speaker. An adjourned meeting of the City Council is slated for 1:30 following the luncheon. A i.3 acre plot of land just wcstj stone terra ce alone the east and!" 13 }' 01 " W '" be , clcctcd , b - v lh ? " vc .- „ K „ u. ! MU,le ^rrdte aiung me edbi dnu, s(udent councl l members at that of North Center street and be tween Citrus and Highway 99. The building committee estimates that cost of the clubhouse as proposed would be somewhere in the neighborhood of S65-S75,- Focal point of the propos-d clubi Waltf P P'- one of three co 1*t ir ' house is the main social hall with imcn of lne committee, stated that H40 square feet and seating fori' 1 15 an " CJ P ae i lf the , P '^ a S for 144 at tables and 205 at seats. | approved that the social ha 1 will A movable platform for a stage j 1 * available for rental including south of the structure. The exterior would be frame, stucco and vertical redwood siding with wide expanses of glass, particularly in the social hall. would be included Noted as future expansion to service club luncheons. He said a business manager is expected to 85-Million Contract For Aerojet Corp. LOS AN'GELES <UPI>-An 85 million-dollar contract has been awarded Aerojet-General Corp. of Azusa and Sacramento for re the west of the social hall would!necessary for the operation| search and development on the since there will eventually be a iMinuteman missilej the Air Forcc be an almost exact replica which would double the serving and seating capacity and would provide a permanent stage. Off the planned social hall is a room labeled as a library which would seat 27 at tables and 33 at seats. Separated from the social hall by folding partitions, it is designed to increase trie capacity of total investment of some $100,000 in the new facility. The proposed clubhouse would be entered from Citrus avenue and two off-street parking areas would provide a tot_l of 36 parking spaces. Swimming Pool The overall proposal would in-i . _ . . , . , ,•, , . _ i . .i performed at the Aerojet sol d elude a swimming pool to the! 1 , . , . c announced today. The contract represents a defi- nitization of an earlier letter contract which gave the firm authority to start work on the top- priority intercontinental ballistic missile. Work under the contract is to be the social hall when necessarv.'~ ..............I, .» ":^ !roc b e t Other Rooms ! east of ,ne cluDn ° use ln wna t is; lu "-""- 1 Other rooms include a large' tcrmed thc "recreation" area catering kitchen a 552 square foot card and game room, a comfortable lounge with fireplace, counter and booth seating. Two offices are also provided PH. PY. 3-4331 Today - Show Starts 7 P. M. Nominated Best Actor SPENCER TRACY Doris Day - Rich. Widmark TPKMBL OF LOVE CJNSMASCOP£ News — Short Subject Starts Wednesday, Mar. 11 "SEPARATE TABLES" Mr. Pry said the plan which will be submitted March 17 was selected by the committee from several submitted and will be recommended for construction. If the membership approves the plan. Mr. Pry said it will then be up to the Legion's Board of Trustees to complete the planning for the actual construction program. Planning for a new clubhouse has been under way for nearly two years by several building committees and the culmination of this work is in the plans being recommended. Mr. Pry stated. Legion Post 106 was formerly located on East Citrus avenue just east of Fifth but this property was acquired by the parking district and demolished to provide off-street parking. The land for the new clubhouse and a cash payment were part of the negotiations with the parking district. The post now holds its meetings in thc basement of the Elks | club. The 15-membcr building committee has been headed by Mr. Pry. Dee .Irssup and Adm. Joseph Pomcroy as acting co-chairmen. PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES SAMMINAtDfMO TW-CITY DRIVE-IN PY 6-0777 James "Maverick" Garner "UP PERISCOPE" in Color Co-Hit — "City of Fear" UNMIMMMNO \ BASELINE MIVE-IN 26653 hscl.i* Show Daily 6:30 P. M. GL R-P.134 Jeff Chandler - June Allyson ' "STRANGER IN MY ARMS" Co-Hit — 'The Silent Enemy" plant near Sacramento where nearly 1.000 people already are working on the project. Rialto Youth Stabs Father RIALTO (fPH-Ralph Howard Lutrell, 36. was stabbed critically by his 16-year-old son after he objected to the boy's girl friend and told him not to see her any more, police reported today. Lutrell, Muscoy, suffered multiple knife wounds and a possibly punctured lung. Police Sgt. Leland Hill sad Ralph Howard Lutrell Jr. attacked his father Sunday with a seven - inch switchblade knife. The father had just picked up the boy at the girl's house and stopped the car when he was stabbed, Hill said. The boy was booked on suspicion of assault with intent to commit murder. Rentals, Tool SERRS Fire Damages Highland School Pupils of Pacific elementary school in Highland were in class today "almost as usual" despite a fire Saturday morning which destroyed one classroom building and damaged another. Both structures were a part of the original school a»d were erected in 1910. Investigators said the fire was apparently a result of this antiquated design since they had gas heaters which projected into the classrooms. They said papers had apparently been left on top of the healers and caught fire when the thermostat clicked them on during the early morning hours. | Firemen of the State Division! of Forestry at Highland received the alarm at 4:48 a.m. and units from Highland. San Bernardino, Loma Linda and Mentone answered the call. It was controlled by 5:45 a.m. The larger building, a total loss, was valued at about $21,300 while the smaller building, damaged to the extent of some $1500, was valued at $12,700. Emergency arrangements for class "as usual" today were made by the Highland school board at a special weekend session. Some students were shifted to other classrooms while others were shifted to rented quarters at the Highland Methodist church. Seven Persons Injured In Four Accidents Seven persons were injured in a series of four traffic accidents in the Redlands vicinity over the weekend according to the California Highway Patrol. Alvin L. Short, 25. 602 Esther way. was taken to Redlands Com munity hospital Sunday at 12:32 p.m. for injuries suffered when his car collided with another on Highway 7p-99 two-tenths of a mile west of the Yucaipa boulevard intersection. The other car, driven hy Mary A. McIIan. 63, 13527 California street. Yucaipa, made an improper left turn from the right shoulder, according to the CHP. Both cars had major damage. Taken to Redlands Community hospital with serious injuries at 11 p.m. Saturday was George H. Balsinger, 45, 34037 Avenue E, Yu caipa. His car struck a wall and turned over, tossing Mr. Balsinger out. The crash happened after his car went into a skid on California street south of Avenue F. His car had major damage Three were injured at 11:30 a.m. Saturday when Noe T. Ramos. 23 of Malaga, turned his pickup sharply to avoid hitting a car on Highway 70-99 at Alta Vista drive. His pickup skidded and turned over. He was injured as were his passengers Augustine Ramos, 58, and Jose Maria Ramos, 45, both of Sanger. They were taken by Roy al ambulance to Redlands Com munity hospital. The pickup had moderate damage. At 2 p.m. Saturday two persons were injured in a headon collision on Mill Creek Canyon road 'Mentone boulevard* two-tenths of a mile east of Garnet street near Greenspot store. A westbound car driven by Jo Sundquist, 55, South Gate crash ed headon with an eastbound car driven by George E. Weaver, 13. 12612 South 13th street, Yucaipa. According to CHP officers investigating the crash it appeared that Sundquist applied his brakes to slow for the curve and thc left brake grabbed pulling him out of control so that his car and that of Weaver collided. Injured were John Borglund, 60. of Inglewood, a passenger in the Sundquist car. and Ann Sauer. 16. 828 West Palm avenue. Weaver's , _ , „ passenger. Both were treated by struction and Rocket Propulsion : thpjr ow „ famj , v phvsician . were presented to the Redlands goth cars had major damages. High School Physics Club byjaccordng to the CHP. Charles Gcrand. Vice-President of, Physics Club Hears Gerand "Characteristics of Rocket Con- Grand Centra! Rocket, and Donald Bilhardt. prominent rocket engineer. This evening program last week was the fourth in a series ot lectures presented to the Physics Club to help familiarize the members in the many different aspects of science. More than 50 student c were present to see films and slides covering recent rocket develop-! ments. following the summary of principle in rockets and explanation of types of solid propellants developed by Grand Central Rocket plant. Student interest was so high that 45 minutes was spent by the guests in answering questions at the conclusion of the program, according to Howard El liott. Club Vice-President. Family Night At Y.M. Friday YMCA Family Night will be held Friday from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30. Robert E. Purkey. YMCA physical director, announced today. Swimming, volleyball, table tennis and trampoline will be available to families who have at least one Y member. Children must be accompanied by their parents. Harry Allison Retired County Clerk Dies At 77 Harry L. Allison, whose career in public service spanned more than half a century, will receive his final tribute from his legion of friends at funeral services tomorrow at 10 a.m. Mr. Allison, who retired in January after 56 years in county service, died of a heart attack at 4:30 Saturday afternoon. He was 77. His wife, Bonnie, wai at his bedside. Although known mainly for his 39 years as San Bernardino coun ty clerk, Mr. Allison had previ otisly served 10 years as county recorder and seven years as San Bernardino city clerk. Model Office Because his philosophy held courtesy and service to the public above all else, his office be came a model for other county offices. That the public held him in high esteem is shown by his lack of opposition. During his entire 39 years as county clerk, an elective position, only twice was he opposed and both times he was overwhelmingly returned to office. Only days after a retirement party in his honor last January' sponsored by the County Bar association, he suffered several minor strokes and never regained his health. A native of Clinton. Mo., where he was born Oct. 8, 1832, he moved with his parents to San Bernardino as a baby and remain ed there the rest of his life. His first job after completing public school was with the old Times-Index newspaper in San Bernardino where he remained for four years before becoming a telegrapher for the Postal Tele graph company. Ventures Into Politics In May. 1903. he ventured into the political arena and was elect ed San Bernardino city clerk. He was re-elected in 1907 and serve.-? until 1910 when he was elected county recorder. During his long tenure in coun ty office, he became known as a friend and counselor for new- county officials and employes as well as fledgling attorneys. A man beset by personal mis haps, he lost his left leg from an infection when he was only 20 years old and a few years later misfortune struck again when he lost his right arm. Despite these crippling losses he still managed to indulge in skeet shooting, his favorite sport and holding a standard 12-sauge with his left arm could still hit 97 of 100 birds at his prime. Mr. Allison was a charter mem ber of the Elks lodge of San Ber nardino, was a member of the Clerks association of California and a member of the Holy Rosary Catholic church. Survivors include his wife. NAMED NEW ENVOY KARACHI. Pakistan (UPI) Agha Hilaly, 43, is Pakistan's new- ambassador to the Soviet Union His appointment was announced by the government Sunday. GIRL SCOUT WEEK NEW YORK (UPI) — The na tion's Girl Scouts Sunday began the 47th observance of Girl Scout Week. Top of the momin lothelrfelv Save the fun on Kodak Film 208 E. State BROWNIE M(HKC CAMERA Deluxe-model movie maker al a low, low price Stop in ond lee for yourself why thousands of families are stort ing their personal movie records wilh this remarkable camera. It's budget priced — and every bit as easy-to-use as a snapshot «*amera. Just turn a dial to match the day's light condition . . . then aim and press the button. No other adjustments ... no focusing needed. Wirt f/2.3 lens $32.50 REDLANDS CAMERA SHOP "Most Complete Camera Shop E. of L.A." PY 24939 1217 Orange St. PY 3-21MJ BIRTH STOPS BOWS LEESBL'RG. Fla. <UPH-Thc goat appearing in the local production of "Teahouse of the August Moon" turned in a fine performance, but was unable to take her curtain call. She had just given birth to two kids backstage. I SAVE ! ! ! ! ! WITH FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP Example: 10 20 3 luto liability as low a 4 $2102 each half year plui non-recurring fee first time only. Includes benefiti for bodily Injury caused by uninsured motorist*. AGENT EVES. PY 2-5850 Alt Formt of Insurant* Com par* Before You Renew! Be modern with NEW EASY WAY TO SHOWER! SINGLE HANDLE FAUCET one handle does the work of two SANITARY PLUMBING CO. 310 Eist Citrus Ave. Phone: PY 34031 HARRY L. ALLISON son, Harry D. Allison of San Bernardino, and a grandson, .Tames. He is also survived by a brother. Earl, and sister. Miss Effie Allison, both of San Bernardino. The funeral services tomorrow at 10 will be from the Stephen! and Bobbitt chapel in San Bernardino. Cremation will follow at Mt. View cemetery. You Saw It On The Ed Sullivan Show Last Night! Call lis for a Demonstration Today. KODAK KRIFAX BANTAM GONER only ^050 About half the price of other "low-cost"' copiers! Yet the new Bantam gives you all the extras of Verifax copying! Makes 5 copies of any document in I minute for as little a.< 215 1 each—on white bond- type paper, card stock, printed office forms—even front and back, if you wish. New Bantam is made by Kodak, so you know it's good! Call for free folder or delivery on approval. Redlands AUDIO VISUAL SALES & SERVICE Open Friday Nights Til 9:00 10 W. Citrus Phone PY 3-2187 EYE it. you'll BUY it... The 59 FORD STATION WAGON This is the 6-passenger Ranch Wagon — one of six distinctive station wagons in the exciting 59'Ford line. There's a wide choice of colors and models right now. 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