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Redlands Daily Facts 8 - Wed., Mar. 11, 195? Stream Runoff Below Average SACRAMENTO (UPI) — The state's top water agency predicted today that stream runoff in most areas of California would be below average through the spring and summer. The Department of Water Resources said that February's rain fall boosted the runoff about 15 per cent but was not enough to balance the subnormal rainfall earlier in the winter. The department said that seasonal totals of rainfall south of the Tehachapis, excluding the desert area, were generally less than 70 per cent of normal for March 1. Anti-Semitic Cases Bother Present Day Germany By PHIL NEWSOM UPI Foreign Ntws Editor FRANKFURT, Germany <UPI> —A ghost of Germany's past has come back to haunt the people of Germany present. German courts are not exactly full these days of cases involving anti-Semitism, but there are enough of them to disturb both government and Jewish leaders alike. There is not even proof that there is more anti-Semitism here than in many other places in the world. But because of the past, the recent rash of anti-Semitic occurrences in West Germany has sent a chill up the German spine and brought new guarantees from Chancellor Konrad Adenauer. Adenauer, in an interview with West Germany's only Jewish newspaper, declared that the German people had reacted with disgust to events of the Nazi era and that this fact could not be invalidated by isolated acts of anti Semitism. Will Net Repeat Policy He added that the policy of the Nazi regime toward the Jews had brought disgrace on "all of us" and would not be repeated. Adenauer's reference was to the six million Jews who died in the gas chambers or by worse means under the regime of Adolf Hitler, and to the government's present determination to re-integrate West Germany's remaining 30,000 Jews into West German life. 1 Most West Germans seem to approach the problem today with the grim fascination of a man drawn irresistibly to the edge of a cliff. He doesn't want to go there, but he does anyway. There is no chance that the West Germans will be allowed to forget the atrocities of the.IItier regime. In the pleasant little town of Dachau a few miles from Munich, the gas chambers still stand as a grim memorial, as do others throughout Germany. Laws Against Anti-Semitism Written into the constitution of the West German republic arc laws against anti-Semitism. And the laws are enforced. Hen- are a few recent cases: ant who said he'd volunteer for duty in death camps if they were reopened — three months in jail. A textile salesman who said that the Jews should be wiped out —seven months in jail. Two officials in .the state o Hesse reparations office who allegedly sang anti-Semitic songs and made anti-Semitic statements in ther office — suspended from their posts pending investigation. A Frankfurt state's attorney who allegedly made anti-Semitic remarks — suspended pending investigation. Suspend Teachers A teacher who cast doubt on the authenticity of the Anne I Frank diaries — suspended pend- A Bavarian sanatorium attcnd-ling investigation. These cases, and others like them, tend to throw a harsher light on events here than elsewhere where there are no such laws. There, are those here, including some Jewish leaders, who believe that so much attention may only encourage other incidents. Others feel that even stronger counter-measures should be taken and that new means should be found to impress upon a new-generation of German youth the in humanities and ultimate failure of Nazism — that today's" nightmare from yesterday should not become the reality of tomorrow. TELEVISION IN REVIEW * * By William Ewald SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad COMPARE! YOU'LL SEE A«P OFFERS.. AMERICAS DEPENDABLE FOOD MERCHANT P YOUR MEAT $ $ $ BUY MORE AT A&P! U.S.D.A. CHOICE STEER BEEF 100 BIRTHDAY RIB SIRLOIN OR T-BONE PORTERHOUSE STEAK FANCY EASTERN GRAIN-FED FRESH HAMS SKINNED PORK LEGS Whole or Shank Half FULL BUTT HALF 53k + ON THE JOB WHEN YOU NEED IT MOST LEAN A&P ELBERTA PEACHES 29 FREESTONE Sliced or Halves 30-oz. Can LIBBY SPAGHETTI 29 « Cube Steaks. . .98 BONELESS TENDER AA* Breakfast Steak 9o" 1 1 ASP OWN "ALL-GOOD" BONELESS Steak Top Sirloin TENDERLOIN Filet Mignon... 23 lb. 79 lb. Sliced Bacon CAPONETTE ROASTING Chickens. SUPER-RIGHT Franks.. 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Bag lb.. 35* 29* Napkins 9 " KITCHEN CHARM Wax Paper* BREAST O CHICKEN Tuna W SUNSHINE BtlSPr Crackers LIBBY VIENNA Sausage BIRDSEYE FROZEN Meat Pies 100-et. Pig. 100ft. Rcll 6'A-oi. Con lib. Con 8-02. SIZE 15' 33" 31' 25' 27' DETERGENT ALL* 39* ££• 2 159 LIQUID LUX 12-oz. Can 41' & 72' Lge. Pkg. RIN 33' BLUE NSO Gl. Pkg. 79' IT'S DIGESTIBLE CRISCO Mb. Can 35' a 93' 320 East Highway 99 - Redlands • TAXABLE ITEMS SUBJECT TO TAX ALL A* P STORES ARE OPEN SUNDAY Prlet. Effective Thurs., Frl., Sit. * Sun., March 12,13,14 * 15 in all San Bdne. CotAty Storai Trie GREAT ATLANTIC I PACIFIC TEA COMPANY P'S u P er M ar ^ ets y 1B59 AMERICA'S DEPENDABLE FOOD MERCHANT 19S9 NEW YORK (UPI) - George Gobcl nailed down his NBC-TV season Tuesday night with an hour that pointed up some of the shortcomings and longcomings 'of Gobcl. Gobel's principal asset always has been his littleness. He was the wee man boxed in by life who somehow managed to squeeze slabs of sly humor out of a crusher world. It was possible to feel rapport with this Gobcl because it is one of the conditions of human beingness to feel an isola tion, solitariness. And it is a! ways heartening to watch a fellow gull joking about it all. But the problem with the on stage Gobcl of recent seasons is that the rapport has begun to wither. He looks sleek now. He has fattened on success. He even resorts to "inside" tradey jokes- Tuesday night, for example, playing the groom in a weddin sketch, one of his lines went "Me nervous? Why, no—the whole wedding was on cards" — a reference to the cue cards TV per formers frequently use. Playing a Viennese chess champion in an unfunny sketch, he was all wise guy. On the other hand earlier in the show, he came close to his old elf-self in the role of a bewildered bellhop trying to coax a man off a window ledge—; it was, not so incidentally, a very funny sketch enlivened considerably by the presence of Paul Lynde. The trouble with later period Gobel is that there hasn't been enough of this Lilliputian George and I suspect there may be paradox in this: A funnyman is constantly in danger of losing touch with himself and consequently, with his audience as result of his success. It would be ideal if all comedians could be kept semi-poor, semi-successful and semi-crushed, but that, of course, is impossible. But as a starter, it might be worthwhile for all funnymen to divest themselves of their swimming pools, golf clubs and pinky rings and return to their unslicked selves. Tha Channel Swim: Reruns of the old mystery series, Suspicion are being talked about as the summer replacement for NBC- TV's Steve Allen. Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Lowew, composers of "My Fair Lady," are readying two TV specials for next season that would feature their music — no network yet. CBS-TV will fold Your Hit Parade on April 24 and move the starting time of its Western, Rawhide, up a half hour into the Hit Parade spot on May 1 — Rawhide will be followed in the Friday night lineup by The Invisible Man, which was jerked off the network earlier this season. ABC-TV's one hour telecast of the circus on Monday night pulled a neat 18.0 Trendex. Some of the new series ABC-TV is plotting for next season include a Robert Taylor crime scries, The Detectives; a western about an insurance investigator. Cry Fraud: an hour series, War Against Crime; a situation comedy about an Ozark family, Cissie; a police series, The Big Walk: a Dick Clark panel show. World of Talent; and a Mike Wallace panel show, Take A Good Look. There's talk that Hope Emerson may pull out of NBC-TVs Peter Gunn for another series — Sha plays "mother" on Peter Gunn. Betty Comden and Adolph Green will do parts of their recent Broadway show on CBS-TV's Ed Sullivan Hour April 19. Claudette Colbert, Cyril Ritchard, Cedrie Hardwicke and Gertrude Berg will star in Perry Como's NBC- TV Tuesday special March 24. CBS-TV will launch the first of new series of one hour daytima specials in May beamed specifically at women. Folk singer Jean Ritchie has joined Marge and Gower Champion, Jane Wyman, Genevieve, Robert Merrill and Herb Shriner in the cast of America Pauses For' Springtime," a one hour special set for CBS-TV March 30. Nine Building Permits, Yucaipa Forest Home Site For Saline Conversion Plant Sought SACRAMENTO (UPI) — Director Harvey O. Banks of the Department of Water Resources is trying to find a good location for a plant to convert salt water to fresh water. Banks today asked that any county or city officials who would like the salt water conversion pilot plant located in his area should let Banks' office know. Questionnaires are being sent to county and city officials in the coastal area south from San Francisco to San Diego. Banks said his office was helping the federal government to find prospective sites for the plant The Office of Saline Water will make the final choice. Watienal Stand* Where To Find Them! Nine building permits totaling $80,074 were issued by the County Building Inspector's office for the Yucaipa and Forest Home area in the past week. Heading the list is a $15,000 item for dormitories at the Forest Home Christian Conference Center, owner and builder. A stucco retail sales building will be constructed at 31597 East Highway 99, Alexander Theos Owner and builder, 1440 squart feet, $7400. A masonry office building will be constructed af 32334 avenue D, Yucaipa, Western Heights Water Company, owner and builder, 608 square feet. $3,952.' Permits for stucco dwellings in ucaipa were issued as follows: Two at 35062 and 35064 avenua , Edward L. Dye, owner and builder, 816 square feet each, $13,872. On Acacia street between Second and Third avenues, Frank Hyde, owner, D. B. Owens, builder, 1,104 square feet, $12,060. At 34938 avenue D, James M. Wyatt, owner, San Dino Builders Inc., builder, 906 square feet, $4,890. At 12723 Ninth street, John Bimardi, owper, F. R. Ellsworth, builder, 1,050 square feet, $9,885. At 11977 Elencanto avenue, Lester O. Southard, owner, Scotch Construction Co., builder, 833 square feet, $7,560. At 12593 Seventh street, John F. Krammerer, owner, San Dino Builders Inc., builder, 1,118 square feet, $5,655. KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Engagement and Wedding Rings. Interlocking Mountings. 212 Oringi Harry G. Wilson Jeweler PY 3-4806 VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS In a wide lelectlon of colon, collar styles and sleeve lengths. Fowler's Men's Wear 107 Oranga St. PY 3-5623 Magnificent MAGNAVQX Blfh ridellty Television, Kadlo-Phonofraphi. Sliger's Music 109 E. Stata PY 3-2827 Spring Air Mattresses Fine furniture. Carpeting. Decorative Service McEwen's 21 W. Stata Dial PY-3-2457 Lampoon Again Singles Out Kirk Douglas HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — Kirk Douglas, who has won the Harvard Lampoon's "worst actor" award three years in succession, feels it is about time the boys at Harvard send him the trophy. 'Please send the trophy prepaid," the amused film star telegraphed the editors of the Harv a r d undergraduate magazine Tuesday after he was informed that the "worst actor" title was being retired because he had cornered it Noboby in the film colony ever has seen a Lampoon trophy, but year after year the lads in Cambridge, Mass., deal out their least longed-for honors with a few succinct insults. They panned Douglas for his role in "The Vikings," which the Lampoon listed among the 10 worst movies of 1958. Rita Hayworth carried off tha "worst actress" award for her role in "Separate Tables." The Lampoon editors even dreamed up a special award for Eddie Fisher, Debbie Reynolds and Elizabeth Taylor, screenland's top triangle. They earned it, the magazine said, as "actors and actresses who despite the lack of entertaining scripts still manage extemporaneously to entertain tha nation." Other "worsts": Worst Supporting Actor—Enrol Flynn in "Roots of Heaven." - Worst Supporting Actress—Christine Can ere in "A Certain Smile." Thank God Award — Marilyn Monroe for making no movies this year—"a sweeping public service." Plane Lands In Walnut Grove POMONA (UPI)—Two men escaped injury Tuesday when their light plane developed oil pressure trouble and crash-landed in a walnut grove after narrowly missing; rooftops. Arthur G. Francis, 31, Pomona, and his passenger, Peter Blitz, 26, Montclair, walked away from tha crash. They were shaken up slightly. TREASURE HOUSI Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads.

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