Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 17, 1959 · Page 5
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Local Notes Counseling service, spiritual, otherwise, confidential. For appointment, PY 2-1932. x Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic building, 131 Cajon, open to public week days 9 to 5: Wednesdays 6:30 to 7:45. x Realtors to Meet The regular meeting of the Board of Realtors will be held tomorrow, 8 a.m., at the YWCA. A paint company representative will discuss "Interior Decorating for Resale." A multiple tour will follow at 9 a.m. Treasure Tones Paint—Park Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Building, Colton at Orange. We give S. & H. Green Stamps too! x Redlands Soroptimist Club presents "Around the World in Color with'Jim Sloan." March 18. 8 p.m.. Contemporary Club. Dona tion $1. x 200 Wanted to enjoy a nice chicken dinner,! Second Baptist Church, corner 9th and Stuart avenue. Thursday 19th. 11:30 a.m. to 7 p.m. Donation $1.25. - x Free Christian Science Lecture Friday, March 27th at 12:15 noon in the Fox Redlands Theater, Rich ard L. Glendon will lecture o n Christian Science. Your neighbors who ?re members of the First Church of Christ, Scientist cor dially invite you to attend. x Fast Ski Boat 1959 Apache 14-ft. Xew low price Herman's Marine, 320 East State, Redlands. x Flowers For Easter Giving Place your Easter Flower orders this week for out-of-town delivery at Kockridge Florist, 106 W. State, for the best service, x Marcum To Be School Trustee Candidate Bert P. Marcum, realtor and orange grower, an nounced today that he would seek re-election as trustee to the Redlands High school district and the Redlands (elementary) school district. The election will be held May 19. Cop* Parents Meeting Parents of eighth graders at Cope Junior High school are re-| uated from p ac ifi c University minded of a meeting tonight from Q-egon. 7:30 to 9:30 in ths multi-purpose' room of the school.'There will be Mr. Marcum was appointed trustee to both boards by the county superintendent of schools last summer to succeed Earl Witmer, who resigned after serving on the boards, for five years. Rex Cran mer, whose term also expires in dicated two weeks ago that he would be a candidate for reelection In making his announcement today Mr. Marcum issued the following statement: "I accepted the appointment for a year because I was interested in good schools. While a year is not a long time I do feel that I have gained considerable insight into many of the problems of our school system and therefore offer my services "Having taught school for four years, I have a sympathy toward educators' viewpoint. At the same time as an orange grower and realtor I am keenly interested in seeing that we get maximum mileage out of every tax dollar. "If elected I pledge myself to continue to pursue a business-like approach in our school affairs. "I have always been interested in what my fellow residents and taxpayers think about our schools. They have expressed their ideas both favorable and critical in the past. I hope they will feel free to do so in the important months ahead." Came Here In 1944 Mr. Marcum has been a resi-! dent of Redlands since coming here from Hawaii in 1946. He is a native of Oregon and was grad- in He has been active in business 1 construction of new ,and professional groups having a discuss.on of registration pro- (been president of ^ Multi , e ListB cedures and class curriculum for U G and {jrst vice . p ^ esident the next school year. The meet- of (he chambcr o[ Commerce . He mg is of primary importance to |is jdent of tfc Rcd , ands Go , f prepare for the start of what ^ A Tennjs Association . traditionally recognized as the He is new membcr f (he start of high school , says Bill j corporate body of the Redlands Gibson, assistant principal at j Community Hospital. He also served as a Chamber of Commerce Ambassador and various C. of C. committees. He and Mrs. Marcum. the former Barbara Arth. reside at 1525 Cope. Drunk Driver Arrest Nathan Callahan. 42, 1128 Texas street, was arrested for drunk driving last night at Colton ave-, _ . , . , ,.. nue and Webster street. Thisl Crown street, with their four chil- morning he was released after posting S263 bail to appear in dren. The four are in the Redlands public schools. Holdover trustees in the high school district are: Dr. David Poston. chairman: Robert Kahl. Rex Antonio Gonzales. 60. 1135 Tex-jCranmer, and Dr. Keith Green of as street, arrested Friday on a] Yucaipa drunk driving charge, entered a court March 25 Drunk Driver Sentenced Community Chest Board Approves Appointments Newly elected Community Chest President Elmer Parks today received board sanction for a num ber of committee appointments at the first regular meeting of the new board of directors. Appointed to serve with the officers as members of the executive committee were W. O. Mulligan, Dr. Sidney Milbank and Lee Allen.' The officers, in addi tion to Mr. Parks, are Paul III- mer, first vice president; Herbert Stickney, second vice president and W. H. Johnson, treasurer. The capital fund committee will be headed by Frank Burns with the membership consisting of Dr. Gilbert Brown and W. O. Mulligan. This committee has the function of studying requests for capi tal funds drives to assure no conflict with similar drives by other agencies. Capital Funds Drive They gpt their first assignment today in the form of a letter from the Salvation Army board which asked the board to sanction a capital funds drive for some $45-50,000 to be conducted in April, 1960. This would be part of a statewide effort with the bulk of local funds set for property acquisition and Salvation AIR COOLING EVERYONE CAN AFFORD Compare the comfort I Compare the price! Features include: • Hulti -directional lir control • Jingle and 2 speed motors • Power- ftl, ytt quiet blower wheel • Els- tmrJy appointed control panel • Iqoipped with brackets for easy •BStallitian • 2200 Air Cruiser equipped with wheels for roll-about cooling • Model 4200 Suprene features new notorized oscillating air control Holdover trustees in the elemen- tarv district are: Dr. Poston, Mr. Kahl and W. E. Shallenbarger. WINDOW TYPE AIR COOLERS Priced From $44.50 Shop - Compare • then buy at: :*PFf ?!AL HARDWARE CD. 19 E. Citrus Phone PY 3-3279 plea of guilty in Redlands Judicial District court yesterday and later was sentenced to serve 9f days in jail and in addition was fined $525 or serve another 100 days in jail. Police Nab Runaway A 14-year-old girl from Norwalk was arrested by police yesterday and turned over ^o her father. Reports Candy Burglary Rev. Eddie Small. 814, West Brockton avenue, reported to police yesterday that his place was burglarized and seven cases of candy were taken. He said each case contained 12 one-pound boxes of candy for retail at $l*each. Weather RalnfaU Temp. 24 Sea­ Hours son 17 63 52 .25 5.10 18 62 43 „ . 19 63 48 .02 5.12 20 61 41 — • 21 50 45 .47 5.59 22 50 37 .02 5.61 23 67 35 „. 24 70 37 .... 25 73 39 26 77 39 , 27 80 41 28 82 81 45 47 83 45 87 49 81 46 . 76 42 76 40 _ — 78 84 43 43 — March March March March March March March March March March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 _ 80 March 14 - 73 March 15 _ eo March 1G 84 March 17 84 ._ - 82 _ 86 80 87 47 46 45 45 48 52 45 46 49 WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday at Facts building. 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1890. 68th year. Entered as second class matter| October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES an Advance) Three Months . Sis Month. One Year .,, -I I-S0 - S.SO _ 7.10 - 14.00 SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad LENTEN SPECIAL r% cc off WITH «% e c Mm mJ THIS COUPON Am m* PARK n EAT RESTAURANT Between 4th & 5th St. 34409 Yucaipa Blvd. — PY 7-7075 Redeem This Coupon at Our Restaurant and Receive J Delicious Pish V Chips Reg. 75c for 50c Offer Good Mar. 18,19, 20, 21, '59. Limit 1 to Customer. Army facilities in Redlands. Another committee chairman ap-| pointment went to Mr. Ulraer who will head the important budget committee. He will name his own committee members with Mr. Stickney the only one named to•say. Mrs. George Jones, who set a meeting Mar. 30 -t the Chest office, will head the Chest public relations committee. Members of her group will be those board members who are agency representatives. These include John Wilcoxson, Boy Scouts; Mrs. Frank Burns, Day Nursery; Howard Hayes, Salvation Army; 1 Dr. Ellsworth Miller, YMCA: Cres -i son Smith, House of Neighborlyj Service; Mark Nielsen, Family Service association; Dr. Austin Welch, Girl Scouts, and Mrs. Howard Ranney, YWCA. President Parks announced that he expected to have the campaign committee ready for board approval at next month's meeting. The quarterly allotment from the Chest to the eight agencies was also approved today, upon recommendation of the budgetj committee. Theft Of Local Auto Solved, Two Jailed The theft of another local automobile has been solved and two suspects are in jail at Indio, Redlands police announced today, as they investigated a series of week end auto thefts. In Indio jail charged with grand theft automobile are Joseph E Bennett, 18, and Joseph Cocopar- do, 18. The theft was reported Saturday by John D. Moeller at the University of Redlands Saturday. Another stolen car reported yesterday by Zoe E. Murray, 320 Buena Vista street was recovered abandoned in the 500 block on Walnut avenue. J.L. Moore of East Highlands reported his car stolen in Red lands Friday night but it was recovered Saturday abandoned in Redlands. The car of Carl Talley, 1219 Devon place, reported stolen Saturday, was recovered by police Sunday. Woman Hurt In Two Car Crash A woman was injured when she was tossed from the car in which she was a passenger and it rolled over on her on Highway 99 near Tri-City airport at 8:08 o'clock last night. The California Highway Patrol said that Anna Pepe, 40, San Bernardino, was taken to the San Bernardino county hospital suffering with major injuries. Driver of the car Billie B. Cochran, 27, San Bernardino, was uninjured in the crash. He was making a left turn when another car and his collided causing his car to roll over, CHP officers said. Talk On Sales Tax Problems The public is invited to attend i talk on Sales and Use Tax — Problems of the Small Businessman, when Dr. Phillip E. Rose speaks to the Adult Education Class in Payroll and Sales Tax Wednesday, 7 to 9 p.m. in room 12 at the Redlands High School Campus. Mr. Rose has been with the Board of Equalization for 23 years and has been in charge of the technical staff of the Sales Use and Gasoline Tax Division of Los Angeles County. His office is concerned with the administration of these taxes. Two Hour Parking Limit Looms Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 17 (LTD— \ Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s 88s First grade .3.76 3.72 3.44 Second grade 5.53 2.55 2.65 113s 138s 163s First grade .3.46 3.18 3.27 Second grade 5.66 2.82 2.83 Trend: Steady. NEW YORK (UPD—Citrus: California Navels: 9 cars, higher 88s and smaller, mostly lower larger, half boxes S3-37. Polio* Confiscate Firearms Redlands police reported today that they had taken three .22 rifles from a trio charged with shooting in the city limits Sunday. They were Gilbert G. Abitia, 22, 1123 Calhoun street; Henry Rodriguez, 24,1179 Lawton street and Francisco Llamas, 18, 1144 Texas street. Police also had a report of BB gun shooting in the alley between Sun and Union avenues. POSTPONES VISITS VIENNA (UPD—Austrian President Adolf Schaerf has postponed scheduled visits to the Soviet Un ion, Sweden and Finland becausqj of the forthcoming general elections in Austria, it was announced today. Announcement of Funeral Services JOSEPH HENRY HEAGERTY Services 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, (today) from the Chapel. MRS. FLORENCE E. SHANDY Services 2:30 p.m., Thursday,] Hillside Church, Rose Hills Memorial Park, Whittier. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 6R00KSIDE AVE. *PY 2-1411 Vital Records DEATHS SHANDY — Died in Redlands. Calif.. March 16, 1959, .Mrs. Florence Ellen Shandy, 921 Grant street, Yucaipa, aged 62 years, native of Council Bluffs, Iowa, and resident of Yucaipa for one year. Deceased is survived by her husband, Byron A. Shandy; three daughters, Mrs. Bernice A. Klein South Gate; Mrs. Eleanor L. Rich ardson, Glendora, and Mrs. Marjorie J. Buckman, West Covina: a sister, Mrs. George McQueen, Omaha, Nebr.; three brothers, Wallace Van Dusen, Temple City: Clarence Van Dusen. Denver, Colo., and Le Roy Van Dusen. Covina; one grandson, and seven granddaughters. Funeral services will be held Thursday, 2:30 p.m., from the Hillside church at Rose Hills Me- morial.Park in Whittier, with Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church of Redlands, officiating. F. Arthur Cortner chapel in charge. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Mar. 17 IUP!<—Eccs: Wholesale uncandled to producer craded for size 40 per rent grade AA lane 37 'vr .S. AA medium 33'i-34'j. AA small 33 1 .-. Candled to retailers fob. distributor plants delivered 1H cents higher: A A extra large 46 t i-48 I i. A extra large 44'i-4«'i, AA large 40'i-43'i. A large 38Vi-Wi, B large 32!4-33<4. AA medium aSH-M 1 ;,. A medium SS'-i-SS'a. AA small 30Vi-34'j. A small 2S'i-30';,. Prices to consumers in cartons: Grade AA large 43-39, A large 4S-S3. A A medium 51-55. A medium 47-51, AA small 42-49. A small 41-43. Poultry: Fryers at ranch 18-21. caponettes fryers at ranch 22-25. light type hens 8-10. hens cross 11-12. Strict enforcement of parking time limits in the central busi ness district by chalking tires may be in the offing, it appeared today from discussions by the Board of Parking commissioners. The age-old Redlands problem of business and professional people "feeding meters" and keeping their cars parked by their busi nesses virtually all day precipitat ed the discussion. No firm action was taken at the meeting this morning, however, deferring any positive steps until next week when Chief of Police Stanley Bowen will appear before the board to discuss the manpower problems which would be connected with any such enforcement action. Mayor Harry G. Wilson, who attended today and brought the matter up, said a downtown merchant had pointed to several cars he could definitely identify in the block which consistently parked there day after day. A walking survey later produced similar re suits in other blocks of the main downtown area, he said. Two Hour Maximum The city ordinance provides for a maximum time limit of two hours in the central district although the meters must be re plenished after one hour. The Board's action would be a recommendation to the City Council. In other actions in a two-hour meeting this morning, the Commission: Approved settlement of the leasehold interest of Leonard Chet kin at his former triangle location for $1,000 on petition of Attorney Rex Cranmer. Discussed the possibility of pur-| chase of another parcel of land for parking purposes which might park as many as 60 cars but did not reveal the location or take specific steps other than to discuss methods of finance. Agreed that signs directing motorists to the two municipal parking lots should be installed an| u m „ „ M 3I)d ^ stocks Citrus and Fifth near Highway 99.! 211 61 j £ Will Review Agreement I ' ,^ y • ^ < Agreed to investigate and re- 1 ' view any agreements made pre viously with the telephone company and L. P. Scherer regarding utilization of the Triangle parking let during construction of the telephone building inasmuch as approximately half of the lot has been used almost exclusively by construction and telephone crews with a corresponding drop in rev enue. Deferred until a formal request is made an informal request by Gus Deshler "seeking a 24-year extension of the lease for Dern's. Heard City Attorney Edward F. Taylor explain that the Parking District Act of 1943 gives the commission authority to levy a 5-cent general property tax on properties within the district boundaries. Approved, at the suggestion of Mayor Wilson, moving the existing four-hour parking meters on the Triangle lot to a special section of the new Fifth street lot to thus permit four-hour parking in one lump until full utilization of the newly opened lot is reached. The cost factor of converting these 36 meters to two-hour limits was Redlands Agencies Find Home For Fire Victim The Redlands Chapter of the American Red Cross, Sea Scouts from Ship 4, the First Evangelical Lutheran Church and friends have all cooperated in the reestablishing of Mrs. May Neyhart in a new home. Mrs. Neyhart, elderly victim of] a fire that two weeks ago took the life of her daughter-in-law Mrs. Elmer Neyhart, seriously burned her invalid son, Elmer, and destroyed the house at Webster and Western that had been her home for nearly a half century. Mrs. Jane Hedden, executive of] the Redlands Red Cross chapter, and Rev. John Foerster, pastor of th.' church, along with friends responded immediately after the fire to aid the victims. Food and shelter was the immediate concern for Mrs. Neyhart, her son being cared for in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Manuel Yglecias, who live across the street from the Neyhart property, offered to take Mrs. Neyhart into their home until another was found. The following day the Red Cross located another home in the next block The Sea Scouts responded to salvage the range, refrigerator and some furniture and personal belongings. They were aided by their leader Stuart Lindenberger and Sam Sewall, Red Cross disaster committee chairman. Lange & Runkel, .'urnished a pickup truck for the project. The Red Cross will provide further assistance in locating t h e mother and son when he returns from the hospital where he is recuperating. Redlands Daily Facta Tuesday, Mir. 17.1W-S New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPD-Stocks today regained three-quarters of Monday's wide losses. The upturn reflected favorable interpretations of President Eisenhower's address, a record high in steel production, and lessening fears of possible Federal Reserve Board moves to clamp down on borrowing money for stock market purposes. Steel shares starred. The best levels showed advances running to more than 2 points in the group. Automobile stocks joined the upturn with gains runnng to more than a point. Oils picked up demand and moved ahead. Rails improved substantially and utili tics all but made a new high since 1930. Special issues, the best perform ers, showed gans ranging to more than 12 points in Zenith at its best. A long* list gained 3 or 4 points, including Bell & Howell. Beckman Instruments, Bestwall Gypsum, and several others. Coppers continued in demand on higher prices for the metal. Aluminum issues improved. Dow-Jones final stock averages: 30 industrials 612.69, up 4.81; 20 railroads 163.67, up 1.05; 15 utili- shares compared with 4,420,000 shares Monday. Dow-Jones Stock averagls High Lew Close Chngs 615.83 607.93 612.69 up 4.81 164.61 162.49163.67 up 1.05 94.82 93.65 94.57 up 0.60 212.62 209.91 211.61 up 1.54 Minds 20Rrs 15 Utls 65Stks 1* Mast ActlTt Slacks (Dow-Janes SerTlee. Coartesy Lester, Byans m Ca.) II W. Stall Volame Clase Caag |nl.;oo Arco IJ'i —1 99.300 Callakan Mag 9<> - '« 73.100 Badd -"-1'a 71,300 Kite. * Mas. Ind... 9 — 'i S7.1O0 Ann. Cable 13". Jf.900 Inter. Tel. 40>4 + «« 36.100 Radla 39H -*"« M.7M Barreagas 4S +Hi 31.1*0 Alam. Ltd. . ... 30 - >. 43,100 Emmersen Badle .19 -r ^ Debate Team Undefeated Redlands High School debate team of sophomores Don Blair and Bill Hilley was undefeated and a team placed third in the annual Citrus Belt Speech League debate finals last week. Held at San Bernardino High School, the event was to determine the representatives from C.B.S.L. to the state tournament at Santa Barbara May 1 and 2. Redlands survived two rounds in addition to Blair and Hilley, making a record of six straight wins. After third round competition Friday, Coachella, Riverside and Redlands were tied with one loss each. Redlands then was defeated by Riverside in the final round, leaving Coachella and Riverside the two top teams to represent the C.B.S.L. at the state debate finals. Speech Coach is Mrs. Gertrude Baccus. 454 Mentone Residents Get Polio Shots A total of 454 residents of Mentone and nearby areas took advantage of the Polio Clinic sponsored yesterday at Mentone school by Junior Women of Mentone Woman's club. The shots, administered by Dr. D. J. Rothenberger and assisting nurses, were given by a new method developed by Wyeth Laboratories especially for clinic use. Laboratory representatives present to assist were C. B. Dondero Sr., district manager; C. B. Dondero Jr., Riverside area representative; and E. F. Bauer, local representative. Also present to help where needed was O. F. Riggenberg of Redlands, president of the San Bernardino County Pharmacueta- cal Association. On the staff of nurses giving the shots were Mmes. Gertrude Meier, Marie Welch and Joan Follett. Others present to handle the three - hour . program were) members of the sponsoring Junior Clubwomen taking care of registrations, H. A. Richardson, Ernest Juel, Mrs. Margaret Fagerstedt and Senior Scouts Alice Eastwood and Colleen Brumm. April 13 is the tentative date set for the second shot in th* series, or to complete the series or follow up with a "booster." About People Col. William M. Bewden, TO. North Center street, has recently completed the jet transition course at Wheelus AFB. Col. Bowden has over 3500 flying hours (0 prop-driven aircraft. Brooke Sawyer Says: You're a person* H l II u not a punch card ii ANNOUNCE LOSSES ALGIERS. Algeria (UPD—The French army announced Monday night that the Algerian rebels lost 830 men in clashes with French troops last week. French losses were set at 45 men killed. the deciding issue at this time. New two-hour meters will be out for bid tonight. when you have the policy with the ftSJ '«"onaf Swvfct Our clients always come first. When you have an ae> cident or loss, you can count on us for fast, friendly help. Brooke Sawyer Insurance and Red Estate Phone PY 3-2814 12 W. State teareMnfJaf t ATTNA CAMMOT AND lUtlfY CO. IF YOU BELIEVE IN LOSING WEIGHT AND GAINING YOUTH -LOOK AT THE CAR THAT'S DONE IT LOOK AT ra» EMMERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL WEEKS. Benjamin N. 1:00 p.m. Wednesday Canaan Temple Church of God in Christ 841 S. Waterman San Bernardino NOE, Edwin C. 11:00 a.mi Thursday Redlands Chapel WHITLACH, Paul Services Pending Valley Chapel Phone PY 2-2422 BROOKSIDE AVE. AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW DAILY FACTS BUILDING MRK" BYSTUDEBAKBB ' Your Studebaker Dealer's door is wide open—for you to drop in and look at the one car specifically built to meet the needs of the times. Three feet shorter, room for six inside. Easy to handle, park, turn around. Runs marathon miles on «t sprinkling of low-cost, regular gas. Cuts insurance, maintenance and repair costs.'^^' And it's the only low-cost economical car in the world that's styled with rashion -rightnesf* See this pockctbookj>erfect beauty today. f^BftSpwtatxJa. local tsataa ,wMIJB walls and any etaar art rat) plainly labalad oa i CALL FOR A FUN DRIVE DEMONSTRATION TODAY AT A. C.- ALMIND 401 Orange Street Redlands

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