Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 17, 1964 · Page 5
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Local Notes Small Miniature Black Poodle 8 weeks' old. AKC. 792-2801. x Typing — Term Papers, Thesis Reasonable. 792-6143 after 3. x Watch For Grand Opening Of President Homes on Country Club Drive. Redlands' Finest! x Quality Tailors Moved to 131 Cajon, Masonic Bldg. 792-1539. x New Car Announcement Lease 1964 Mercury, get free maintenance up to 40,000 iriles. Ask Leo Crane at Jim Glaze Leasing. 793-2141 or 793-4772 (eves.). We lease all makes, x Dining Out? Try the Country Kitchen! Al so food to go. 1265 Brookside. x Expert Bicycle Repairing Used bicycles. Christmas trade-ins from $9.95 up. Pratt Bros. 651 E. Citrus. x Now Selling Our Rental skis with safety bindings, $9.95 to $16.95. Pratt Bros., 651 E. Citrus. x Exceptionally Furnished 2 bedroom home. Hilltop view. Adults. References. 792-5126. x Construction to begin on Hentschke building Construction of the new Walter G. Hentschke engineering- science building at the University of Redlands is now ex pected to be under way sometime next week with completion scheduled by Aug. 31, 1964, it was announced today. Negotiations on the contract were successfully concluded yesterday and it will be formally signed with the Hoefer Construction company, low bidder on the project, on Monday, according to Charles O. Pierpoint UR vice president for business. The contract will be awarded on the basis of the $290,380 Hoefer bid submitted on Jan. 7, although some modifications will be made by change order during the construction period, Mr. Pierpoint said. The UR opened six bids for the Hentschke building but all were higher than the architect's estimate which was for approximately $250,000. The decision to award the contract to the low bidder was made, however, after several conferences with the executive committee of the UR Trustees the contractor and the architects. The new building is to be erected just south of the Hornby Hall of Science on the southwesterly slope of Ad Hill. Within the confines of its some 10,500 square feet, it will provide classroom space, offices and laboratories for engineering and mathematics de-i Lone bandit robs Yucaipa liquor store A lone bandit robbed a Yucaipa liquor store of $244 last night, the Sheriff's Office reported The armed robbery occurred about 10:30 p.m. at the Liquor Basket, 34610 Yucaipa boulevard. Sheriff's officers believe there may be some connec tion between the robbery and several commercial burglaries over the past week. Store clerk Alton J. Hobson told deputies that the young- looking bandit entered the store on the pretense of buying a bottle of liquor. When Hobson I asked for the man's identifica- It has been designed by| tioDj ^ suspec t drew a crome- Smith, Powell and Morgridge, the Los Angeles architectural firm which has designed all recent UR buildings. partments. It is named in honor of the late Walter G. Hentschke of Redlands who was a 1914 grad uate of the University of Redlands and who served as a UR Trustee from 1921 until his death in 1959. A substantial gift from his five daughters made the memorial possible. All five of the Hentschke girls are graduates of the UR and are married to UR graduates. Mr. Pierpoint said appoxi- mately 30 donors contributed tol the fund to construct and furn -J ish the new structure. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Jan. 17, 1964 - £ Joint ownership apt. ' plan subject of hearing "Only One Redlands" Dr. Lawrence Nelson's Diamond Jubilee book about Red-jarrival in Redlands of the con- lands now on sale at Redlands|dominium — joint-ownership A public hearing shceduled later this month will herald the Daily Facts, Brookside and Cen ter. Hardbacks $5, paperbacks $2. All proceeds go for benefit of Redlands Bowl concerts. Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. x Story Hour Tomorrow Mrs. Lucile Marsh has selected the stories of "The Quiet Mother and the Noisy Little Boy", "Watch That Watch" and "Cyrano the Crow" for tomorrow morning's story hour for children four years old and older from 11 to 11:30 in the Lyon| wing at Smiley library. Turnpike Cab-over Camper Like new, with jacks. Only $895. Pratt Bros. Boat Yard, 850 W. Redlands Blvd. x Gag* Funeral Funeral sen-ices for Herbert Gerald Gage were held Thursday at 10 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel, Rev. Luther G. Hardyman, pastor of the State St. Christian church officiated. Pallbearers were: R. E.jpo sed amendment was prompted by an increasing apartment project. The hearing, set for January 28 before the city Planning Commission, has been called to consider a zoning ordinance amendment relating to the development of condominium projects. And it appears that the hearing will come barely ahead of the first application for a condominium — a 45-unit development on Cypress avenue at La Verne street. Generally, a condominium apartment project is one in which the tenants separately own'dwelling space within the apartment, but have "equal and undivided interest" in the open ground and attendant facilities such as swimming pools. Condominiums have been around for years and have found great popularity in the Los Angeles metropolitan area. A state law governing such developments was adopted in July, 1963. Planning Director W. C. Schindler stated that the pro- Damon, L. E. Montgomry, G. J. Larson, H. Robbins. Chester Noble, Herbert Von Lehe. Burial was at: Hillside Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Only 2 Days Left!! Fri. & Sat., Kristy's Remodeling Sale. 113 Orange St., Terrific Price Reductions! Open tonight 'til 9. We Shall be Closed Next Week! x Classic School of Ballet 318 Orange. New Tap Class now forming. For information call 792-2665 or 792-4132 or register Jan. 18th at School. x Bike Licensing The second bicycle licensing clinic by the Redlands Police department will be held at Kingsbury elementary school tomorrow from 9 a.m. to noon number of local inquiries re­ garding condominiums coupled with need to have the Redlands zoning ordinance reflect the new state law. The zoning amendment does nothing more than to specifical ly permit condominiums within the city as long as the development complys with state law and local planning standards It also sets up the machinery for submitting joint-ownership proposals. A preliminary plot plan for a 45-unit condominium on the north side of Cypress at the new extension of La Verne street has already been sub mitted to the Planning department by Byron-Clark Inc., Los Angeles. To be called Redlands Towne House, the project would fea ture two-story studio type apartments with the living quarters downstairs and the sleeping quarters upstairs. The plot plan indicates 20 three-bedroom dwellings and 25 two-bedroom units. Tentative development plans also show a 90-car parking space along the easterly side. There is also a landscaped court with a heated swimming pool, sauna baths, sundecks and putting green. Mrs. Agnes Wolfrom dies in Ohio Judge refuses to halt Housing initiative SACRAMENTO — Superior Court Judge Irving H. Perluss Thursday refused to intervene in the circulation of an initiative petition designed to nullify the Rumford Fair Housing Law. In doing so, he indicated that under the circumstances he does not feel it proper for the court to interfere with the exercise of the legislative process by the people which, he said, "must always be jealously guarded." The attempt to stall the circu- The city requires all bikes toj' ali ° n of the petition was made 'by Howard Lewis, a Sacramento JNcgro, with the backing of the National Assn. for the Advancement of Colored People. be registered and licensed. The licenses cost $1.50 and are good for three years. The registrations are recorded by the police department to aid in identifying lost or stolen bicycles. Hallett Services Funeral services for William O. Hallett were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Arab leaders agree CAIRO, U.A.R. (UPI) — The 13-nation Arab League today announced agreement on "practical decisions" for countering Israel's diversion of the Jordan Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor of! River waters but gave no de- the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Harry G. Phelps, Anthony Jacinto, Jr., Dale Ferguson, Paul Schaefer, Chris D. Barnes, and Leonard Lawrenz. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. tails of the plan. Overheated Furnace Redlands firemen were summoned to the home of Gordon Donald, Jr., 311 East Mariposa, shortly before 5 p.m. yesterday when an overheated furnace filled the house with smoke. Farm labor to be from out of state sources SAN BERNADINO (UPI) Witnesses appearing before a state Senate Fact Finding Committee on Labor and Housing agreed Thursday that when the Mexican imported labor program expires at the end of the year California will be depend ent on out-of-state workers for its farm harvesting. The witnesses represented farmers groups, the University of California and county employment officials. Reports to the committee, headed by Sen. Vernon Sturgeon, R - San Luis Obispo, said one of the prime concerns is medical care for farm workers whose income from seasonal employment is not enough for such care. It was pointed out that under the Mexican labor (bracero) program medical care is provided for. There is no such provision for domestic workers. Mrs. Earl S. (Agnes) Wol from, who left Redlands to! spend the Christmas holidavsL , ... with her two daughters in Day-|"°" r for 10 mmutes ' and then ton, Ohio, died there yesterday' e " plated revolver as declared, "This is my identification. 1 He gave the clerk a cloth bag and directed him to fill it with the cash register money. He next asked for the money in the back room. When Hobson said there was none, the determined bandit demanded: "I know there is, let's get it." The clerk obliged and turned over another $180. The holdup man ordered Hobson to lay face down on the after having been stricken ill shortly after her arrival. Mrs. Wolfrom made her home at 311 Bond street since coming to Redlands 19 years ago. Burial will be in Ada, Ohio where services are scheduled for Monday at the Hanson Fu neral Home, followed by inter ment in the Woodlawn cemetery. Mrs. Wolfrom was born Johnstown, Penna. She graduated from Ohio Northern Univer sity in Ada and lived in Ada with her husband for 35 years coming to California after his death. In Redlands, she was an ac tive member of the First Methodist church and of Arrowhead chapter, Daughters of the Amer ican Revolution She leaves her two daughters Miss Mary Wolfrom and Mrs Duane Fender, both of Dayton son, Richard of Palo Alto Calif., and four grandchildren Mrs. Fender's address is 3401 Pobst drive, Dayton 20, Ohio ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "New package policies are appearing for o' fices, retailers and wholesalers. They combine theft, public liability, and a great number of optional coverages with broad fire coverage—at a 10% to 20% premium saving. Does the Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis Insur ance Agency invite business firms to consult about these new package policies?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. Jan. 16 67 Jan. 17 _ 64 WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday l at Facta building, 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands. California. Founded October 23, 1890, 74th year. Entered as aecond dais matter October 23, 1890. at the Pott Office at Redlands. California, under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advancel Rr Carrier Dellrerr One Month Inree Months Six Months One Year One Month One Year _ Br Mail _.$ 1.5« _ s.ia _ «.3n -. 16.40 -» 1J» Robbers take ring from Miami socialite MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (UPI)— Two armed men wearing cold weather survival masks pulled a clockwork robbery at the home of wealthy socialite Mrs, Nelson Swift Morris late Thursday night and escaped with an estimated $300,000 in jewels, police said today. Included in the loot was a 20 carat emerald-cut diamond ring which Mrs. Morris told police was jerked from her finger before she, her houseman and three of her friends were locked in a closet in the rambling vacation home. Miami Beach Detective Sgt. Larry Cotzin said the FBI was aiding in the investigation of the "professional" job, "one of the biggest around here in a long time." Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Jan. 17 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s SSs First grade 3.80 3.62 3.25 Second grade....2.60 2.43 2.40 113$ I38s Itts First grade 3.38 3.33 2.90 Second grade....2.35 2.45 2.30 Trend: Slightly lower. NEW YORK (UPI)-Citrus report: California Navels: 2 cars, about unchanged 113s and smaller, generally lower larger; is.*! 1 Vi boxes $2.93. Students to sell candy for AFS fund The American Field Service Chapter at Redlands High School announced the opening of a fund-raising candy sale to take place next week on t h e R.H.S. campus. Their efforts will be in conjunction with the adult committee of the A.F.S. which will also be selling candy throughout the community from Jan. 20 through Jan. 31. Kathy Griswold is acting as chairman, with Maggie Habeck- cr, Stephanie Chaffee, Nancy Barnard, Karen Hahn, Signi Indvik, Judy Merritt, and Susan Johnson. Mr. Elmer Nelson is faculty advisor, with Miss Beverly Lammey, president of the A.F.S. adult committee. Money from the sale of this candy, priced at 50c per box, will be used to aid in sending R.H.S. students abroad, and in bringing students from other countries to Redlands for ai years studying. Capt. Warren Elliott, head of the Redlands Police department's investigation division stated that Yucaipa bandit probably is the same person who robbed Stanton's Liquor store on North Orange street last month. Dr. Saltman to speak at USC alumni club Dr. Paul Saltman, professor of biochemistry at the University of Southern California, will speak on "Human Values in the Age of Science," when he ad dresses USC's Inland Empire Alumni Club Feb. 5 at a dinner meeting in the San Bernardino Elks club. Vera Wolfe, USC track coach, will also appear on the speaking program, which will follow a 7:30 p.m. dinner. A social hour will begin at 6:30. Election of officers is on the evening agenda, according to Norman L. Hawes, 1438 Via Vista drive, Redlands, current president of the club. The meeting is open to the general public as well as USC Alumni. Advance reservations may be made with Mr. Theal at 2028 Rincon avenue, iverside. EASY DOES IT — Redlands Ambulance attendants lift Dfmilar Glucheff of Beaumont onto a stretcher following a traffic mishap on Redlands boulevard at New York street today. Glucheff was one of four persons hurt in the accident which involved the pickup truck and sedan in intersection. (Daily Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) Mentone area zone change approved SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — A zone change for a Mentone area was approved Thursday by the County Planning Commission, to correct errors in street patterns and zoning across lot lines voted in a session late last year. The commission itself had originated the hearing on a change from use for single family dwellings to that for apartments in the area bounded by Mentone boulevard, Crafton and Nice avenues and Agate street. Appearing before the commission to get the street difficulties corrected were John Knarr, the original applicant for the change of zone; Harold Hartwick, an engineer; Murray Singer, developer, and V. W. Newman, the owner of two houses in the area. The latter said he was present to make sure the new street pattern did not result in flooding of his property Four hurt as car, pickup crash at intersection Three Beaumont men were 'bathed" in red wine today when their car collided with a pickup truck on Redlands boulevard. All three of the men and a 4- year-old girl were hurt in the 11:15 a.m. crash at New York street, police said. Only one of the injured was admitted to Redlands Community hospital, however. Most seriously hurt was Mike Elenkov, 1050 Chestnut street, Beaumont, driver of one of the car. He was admitted to Community hospital for treatment of several broken ribs, police said. Two companions, George E. Mitchell and Dimitar Gluhchcff, both of 10923 Cherry avenue. leg cur.. Her daughter, Endrea, 4, was X-rayed for possible head and leg injumes, police reported. Patrolman Ted Vastine said Elenkov was southbound on New York street and that he pulled out onto Redlands boulevard in front of Mrs. EUis who was unable to stop in time to avoid the crash. The impact knocked both Elenkov and Gluchecheff out of the car and onto the pavement. Several bottles of red wine — about nine gallons total — were smashed and their contents poured over the injured men. Officer Vastine said the three men were on their way home from a trip to a Cucamonga winery. He said they had not Beaumont, were released after|been drinking. The wine was to being treated for lacerations, i help celebrate a baby baptism, Vastine reported. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks broke at midsession today but came back slightly at the close. News that the Senate Finance Committee threw out of the House-passed tax bill a key provision which would have allowed a lower tax rate on capital gains unsettled the market. This came on top of the bearish influences of the uneasy situations existing in Panama and Zanzibar. A series of bullish business news developments, including aluminum price increases, higher retail and department store sales and the December rise in private housing starts, helped to break the early selloff. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Clost Chgs. 30 ind 77.941 770.59 775.69 off 0.44 20 ITS 182.68 180.92 181.87 up 0.23 15 utl 141.29 139.71140.72 off 0.70 65 stk 273.79 270.80 272.54 off 0.03 Sales today were about 5.6 million shares compared with 6.2 million shares Thursday. IS Mest Acllr. Stocks (Dow-Jon(i Serrlc*. Courtesy Lester. Broils * Co.) :0J E. State Volume Clo«e Cant IM.OAO Amer. Motors _ lS's 90.900 Jonathan Lorsn.. *«'« M.Oon Chrysler (new)— 40"; 77,100 Xerox ._ _ _ »»=< 75,100 Gen. Tel. * Elec JVs sn.flCKt Fairs. Whitney— «»i S2.IM Dvmo Ind. 5S J7..100 West. Elec ii SS.000 Tektronix S«*i 3MM Amer. T. * T.—144 3M00 K.C.A. 1MH 49,100 SCM Corp li'.i 4K.SOO Ford 5J 4S.SM Swlntllno A 34'i 46.000 Uelene Curtis — SPi County land division law change urged SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — Plans to push a county ordinance to prevent indiscriminate divisions of land were disclosed Thursday at the session of the County Planning Commission. At present, divisions of land are controlled by state law, and the restrictions are imposed only when land is divided into more than four parcels. Now land can be split into four pieces and then each of the four split into four and so on. The only restriction has been that only one division may be done by one owner in one year. Other counties and many cities regulate land divisions by requiring official approval of any division of land. This restriction is imposed to make sure that each piece of land resulting from any division is usable. The approval is based on whether the property can be served by a road, is of a size and shape to have a house put on it and has all the other requirements to make it a legal building site. Marshall Miles, deputy county counsel, reported to the commission Thursday that an ordinance to accomplish such controls is under study. Before it can be enacted, however, it is sure to be subjected to long public hearings and bitter attacks from some landowners. Pre-registration open at Redlands Adult school Pre-registration for the spring semester of Redlands Adult Education classes will now be taken, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. The spring semester of classes will start during the week of February 3. New courses will include Personal] Development for Women, Pattern Making and Dress Design, Finances and Foods for Homemakers. Classes of special interest may include Speed Reading. Public Speaking and Personality, Investments, Financing the Later Years, Lip Reading, Photography, Creative Writing. Real Estate Appraisal and Principles, and State and Federal Income Tax. A brochure of complete listings of classes may be obtained afrom the Adult Education office. Courses leading to the completion of the requirements for a high school diploma may be taken. Persons interested should make an appointment with a counselor or come to the Audit Education Office on Tuesday or Thursday evenings to discuss a program of classes Registration for adult classes will be taken during the day times and evenings Monday through Thursday, and daytime only on Friday. The basic registration fee for tions. Mrs. Maurice D. Ellis, 1239 Occidental drive, driver of the pickup truck, suffered a minor Elenkov's auto received extensive damage. Coal miners freed uninjured in Ruhr CASTROP - RAUXEL. Germany (UPI)—Seven Ruhr coal miners trapped in a rubble- choked tunnel for 41 hours were rescued today, uninjured but in need of a "good wash." Rescue workers who dugj through a 30-foot wall of coal! rock to reach the entombed men led them to the shower rooms of Dortmund mining company's Erin Mine. The seven, all married and most of them fathers, were buried alive Wednesday when tons of loose coal rock collapsed and i cut off their tunnel 1,800 feet! beneath the surface. About People Airman First Class Lawrence D. Gillam of 34944 Yucaipa boulevard. Yucaipa, is being reassigned to Beaie AFB, Calif., following his graduation from the technical training course for United states Air Force air traffic controllers at Kessler AFB, Miss. Airman Gillam was trained in the proper control of airport traffic and air approach and air route traffic. William J. Pax ton, electronics j technician third class, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. William D. Paxton of Cottonwood Row, Redlands, is serving aboard the guided missile cruiser USS Boston operating out of Boston. The ship is equipped with modern ground to air guided missiles capable of tracking and destroying aircraft and is constantly on Otto Heuser, 51, told rescue 2 uard to defend the free world workers who led him and six against aggression. other coal-begrimed miners; from their refuge to the stir-| face: "We have talked it over! and first we need a good' wash." Mine company doctors were to examine the rescued men after they showered to determine whether they needed hos pital tratment. Vital Records ij +i>. t, J-P, -i>« -fl 3 i •f >s -r - *i Injuries fatal SAN BERNARDINO (UPD- Joseph Montanez, 43, Pasadena, died Thursday of injuries suffered last Thursday when he was hit by a truck as he was crossing a highway near Fontana. Check With Us Before You Buy classes is S3.50. Each class will have an additional class fee of 50 cents to S3 per class plus any supply fees. For further information phone 793-2256. Announcement of Services OSWALT, Mrs. Janet May Services Pending Valley Chapel Lorn a Linda ELLIS, Ernest Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 7H-2441 MARIAGE LICENSES ISSUED MANDALA-FIORELLO — Saviero C. Mandala, 25, Cucamonga: and Mary L. FioreHo, 26, Redlands. Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. BURTHA M. THURSTON Graveside services 2 p.m., Friday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. MARY ELSIE HENRY Services 10:3O a.m., Saturday, at The Church of The Nazarene. Graveside services 2:30 p.m., Saturday, at the Commemoration section at Forest Lawn Memorial Parir, Glendale. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE JUL • PT 2-1411

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