Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 20, 1964 · Page 4
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4 - Monday, Jan. 20, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts RED CROSS BANNER — Dr. Gilbert L. Brown Jr. has once again agreed to lead the Red Cross fund campaign this March. The Red Cross banners will be available to businesses this year and they will be asked to fly them during the campaign. Dr. Brown is administrative assistant to the president at the University of Redlands. (Photo by James Sloan) Brown to again head Red Cross fund campaign Dr. Gilbert L. Brown Jr. has! again agreed to head the Red Cross fund campaign in the Redlands area for the second successive year, it was announced today by John L. Doyle, Redlands chapter chairman. Dr. Brown, administrative as- | A K>X WEST COAST TWtATW • 121 Coton S>'««' * fl- 3-«131 Week Days ConC from 7 P. M. Sat. and Son. Cont. from 2 P.M. HELD OVER enowiHOwiWjeau TECHNICOLORS ALSO "TARZAN'S GREATEST ADVENTURE" sistant to the president at the University of Redlands, led Red Cross fund workers to the first successful campaign in a number of years last year when the goal was attained. And Mr. Doyle emphasized today that "We are most fortunate to have Dr. Brown's fine leadership again. His inspiring enthusiasm for the work of the Red Cross brought success to the 1963 campaign and I am sure will do so in 1964." Dr. Brown himself declared that "The success of last year's campaign was due to the efforts of the many hard-working volunteers in Redlands and surrounding areas. "I am confident that the same spirit will prevail this year and we will again reach or exceed our goal to support the many worthwhile and vital projects of the Red Cross." March is the month officially set aside for Red Cross fundraising activities. Tuesday Is FAMILY NIGHT At B&B Drive-In! SPECIAL (Tuesday Only) DIUCIOUS FRIED CHICKEN INCLUDES: • FRENCH FRIES • COLE SLAW • ROLL AND HONEY FOR ONLY 89° FOR FAST TAKE-OUT SERVICE Call 793-1296 "There Is A Difference . . . QUALITY!" B&B DRIVE-IN HIGHWAY 99 AT ALABAMA REDLANDS Youth hit by stray bullet while hiking A 15-ycar-old Redlands boy reportedly was shot through the right thigh by a stray bullet while hiking in the hills about eight miles southwest of Redlands yesterday. Police said Mark Wade Rice. 416 West Clark street, walked the eight miles back to Red! lands after being struck by the bullet which passed through his leg. The youth told police he thought the shot came from behind him. Police reported that a patrol car passed Rice and another youth on Alessandro road, but the boys did not attempt to inform the officers of the accident Police were informed of the incident when the boy received medical treatment by a local doctor. REDLANDS FOOTL1GHTERS present LIVE THEATER "ROMAN CANDLE" A COMEDY By Sidney Sheldon TUES. - WED. • THURS. FRI. . SAT. Jan. 21 - 22 • 23 - 24 • 25 2 SHOWS SATURDAY 7:00 & 9:30 Other Nights 8:15 ALL SEATS $1.95 Special Season Ticket $5.25 Box Office Houri 4:00 - 8:00 Except Sunday GROVE THEATER 20 E. Vine St. — Redlands PY 2-9022 Mrs. Nelms passes away at age of 83 Mrs. Emma Xelms, widow of the late Sam Nelms who was an early day orange grower in Redlands, died in San Bernardino at the age of 83. Born in Illinois, she had lived in Redlands for 44 years. Mrs. Nelms made her home on Nevada street. Her late husband was also known as a member of the Redlands Police Department at one time and as a member of the San Bernardino Sheriff's office for many years. She leaves one daughter. Mrs. Frederick (Zula) Sippel of San Bernardino; a sister, Mrs. John (Ella) Green of Phoenix, Ariz.; two granddaughters, Mrs. W. II. (Joella) Spell and Miss Shauna J. Sippel of San Bernardino; and two great-grandsons, Brian and Bruce Spell of San Bernardino. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. tomorrow from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel with Rev. Frank E. Smith, pastor of the First United Presbyterian church of San Bernardino officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to t h e Heart Fund, care of Lewis I. Pierce at Security First National Bank. C of C drive opens with breakfast "Growth Requires Leadership" is the theme of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce annual membership drive to be launched Wednesday with a kick off breakfast. Dr. George H. Armacost, president of the University of Redlands, will be the keynote speaker at the 7:30 a.m. breakfast at the Southern California Edison company's Electric Living Center. The one - day membership drive is headed by Chamber director Charles Culp. "The city's impressive growth record requires more than ever that each and everyone, big or small, supply the leadership so vitally needed at this time," Culp observed. La Carrera Field Stable ON NORTH ORANGE ST. * HORSE BACK RIDING • HAY RIDES Horses Bought — Sold — Boarded For Hay Ride Reservations PLEASE CALL 792-3114 JOHN PLONSKY, Manager DICK DOYLE, Owner High school out early for big basketball game An early school dismissal will be given to students of Redlands Senior High school Tuesday, it was announced by Principal Robert G. Campbell Jr. The last period of the day will be eliminated in order to allow the student body to attend the crucial basketball game between the Terriers and San Bernardino to be held in San Bernardino.' Rooters bus tickets will be sold through Tuesday noon for 35c, with buses leaving junior high loading area at 3:05 Tuesday afternoon, and returning approximately 7:00 p.m. after the "B" game. Students not attending the games will find school bases running on regular schedule in the afternoon. Game tickets will be sold at the San Bernardino gate for 50c with student body card and $1.00 without card. Rooters bus tickets arc on a first come, first serve basis People's Column Readers or the Tmcts are Jnrlted to lend their thoocbts on queitiooi of public interest for use in the Peoole'e Column. Pleas* be brief. The writer's tree name and address most accompany each letter though pen names are permitted at the editer's discretion. Should Have Right To the Initiative Editor Facts: Our own new State President of the California Real Estate Association, when accepting office said "The voters of Cali fornia shduld have the right to decide at the polls whether or not they want a state bureau to dictate to whom they may or may not sell, lease or rent their property. We intend to give them that opportunity." At the present time we are trapped by legislation that if a complaint is filed against us or the property owner we are required to hire our own attorneys and we pay the bill — while at the same time attorneys, paid by our tax money, try to prosecute us — even though we may be in the right. If not we are fined up to $500 and, in our case, we can lose our license to work at our profession. I wholeheartedly believe in human rights and civil rights and some of the finest men and women I have known and my school chums were Negroes. Also I believe that if a law is wrong we should always have the right to vote as to whether we want the law or disapprove of it at the polls. Governor Brown and Stanley Mosk are dead wrong when they say that Realty Boards blackball an American Negro or a Spanish American. This is so far from the truth that it stinks. We have never had an application from a Negro in our Board of Realtors and we have two fine Spanish-Americans as members. Fred M. Hooper, Realtor, 327 Michigan street. Miss Korn dies in Laguna Beach Miss Louise Korn, native of Redlands and life-long resident until moving to Laguna Beach 10 years ago, died in South Laguna Friday from complications following a fractured hip suffered in a fall on January 11. She was 68 years old at the time of her death. Miss Kom was the daughter of pioneer orange growers, the late Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Korn. She attended local schools and was a member of the First Congregational church. She leaves her twin brother. William Korn of Redlands; another brother Horace Korn of Mentone, and a sister, M r s. Gladys Owens of Redlands. Graveside services are scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow at Hillside Memorial Park with Rev. Harry G. Suttner, pastor of the First Congregational church, officiating. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary is in charge of arrangements. BOWL DRIVE CHAIRMAN — Wendell Morrisset, vice president and manager of Security First National Bank. Redlands branch, has accepted chairmanship of the 1964 Redlands Bowl campaign it was announced at a Friday evening meeting of the ways and means committee of Redlands Community Music Association. The drive is scheduled to get underway February 17. Clark De Roo was re-elected ways and means committee chairman at the Friday meeting. Welfare services move to new building in SB The new County Welfare building at 670 E. Gilbert near the County hospital was occupied today for the first time and "it was business as usual, without interruption." The move involved approxi mately 300 welfare workers. Of these, about 190 moved from the former main office in the Courthouse Annex and the remainder from other offices. Adoption Services. Child Welfare Services and Foster Home licensing were also involved in the move and arc now located on Gilbert street instead of at Fourth and Sierra Way. Roscoe Lyda, county welfare director, said the move was ac complished without interruption in services by using careful planning. Personnel were briefed Friday on where to report for work this morning and movers took over the former offices on Saturday. Stassen to seek presidential nomination WASHINGTON (UPD —Harold E. Stassen. former "boy wonder" of Republican politics, announced today he will run for the GOP presidential nomination. The 56-year old Stassen. said he will enter the New Hampshire primary March 10, the California primary June 2, and the Washington, D.C. primary May 5, along with "certain other primaries." Stassen, who was governor of Minnesota at the age of 31 and served as former President Dwight D. Eisenhower's disarmament advisor, said his proposed program will be based "on the principles and policies of Gen. Eisenhower'-: eight great years as president." The newly - announced candidate said Eisenhower had not pledged his support to him above other Republican candidates but told him "he believed a number of Republicans should actively enter the race and present their views. He included me within that number." Stassen became the third candidate to announce formally that he was seeking the GOP presidential nomination. New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller and Sen. Barry Goldwater had previously taken the plunge. Stassen, now member of a Philadelphia law firm, actively campaigned for the Republican presidential nomination in 1948 but lost out to then New York Gov. Thomas E. Dewey. CONTRACTING SCHOOL STARTS JAN. 22 FIRST SESSION FREE The famous Skadron Superior Evening Contracting and Estimating Course of the Skadron College of Business in San Bernardino is now being offered, it was today announced by Mr. Jack H. Skadron, President of the School. MEETS ONCE WEEKLY The first session will begin at 8 p.m. on Wed. at the school building at 4th and H streets in San Bernardino. There is no There is no charge or obligation for attending this session and everyone interested in building or estimating is invited. After the first free session, classes jwill meet regularly on Wednes- jday evenings from 7:15 to 10:15 jfor six weeks. PREPARE FOR STATE EXAM The course is designed to successfully prepare candidates 'for the State Contractors' Examination. In addition it is extreme­ ly valuable to all construction workers, real estate people, material suppliers and anyone vishing the latest information on all phases of construction. Hundreds of satisfied graduates are now successful, practicing general and sub-contractors. EXPERT INSTRUCTORS Three highly qualified instructors cover various phases of building, estimating, blue print reading, lien laws and code requirements. Latest textbooks and supplementary instruction material are furnished with the course. A reasonable tuition fee covers all the material condensed to provide the most training in the shortest time. Everyone interested in building is invited by the Skadron College to attend the first session on Wed. at 8 p.m. WITHOUT COST OR OBLIGATION. L H. Frenzell passes away in Sacramento Redlands-born Ernest Herbert FrenzelL whose father, the late Ernest Frenzell was an early- day brick and stone contractor in Redlands, died in Sacramento January 15 at the age of 65. Requiem Mass was celebrated Friday in St. PbHomenes church in Sacramento, followed by burial in St. Mary's cemetery. Mr. Frenzell was Sacramento area appraiser and organizer of the Operation Portfolio last year to publicize the Port of Sacramento. He had lived in the Sacramento area for 17 years. He studied at the Massachu setts Institute of Technology, Stanford University, the University of Southern California and the Colorado School of Mines. He spent 18 years in the Army Corps of Engineers, retiring as a Colonel, and during World War n served in India on Lord Louis Mountbatten's staff. Also during World War II. Mr. Frenzell was manager of the supply depot in San Bernardino. In addition to his career as a private appraiser, he was also an appraiser for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Mr. Frenzell leaves his wife, Chilant, who is director of special education for the San Juan Unified School District; a son, Herbert Frenzell of Sacramento, and two sisters, Mrs. Verena Duhring of San Francisco and Mrs. Anna Palmtag of San Ber nardino. York decorated by Air Force K. I. SAWYER AFB, Mich. Staff Sergeant Norman E. York of Yucaipa has been decorated with the United States Air Force Commendation Medal here. Sergeant York was awarded the medal for bis meritorious service while participating in the aerial refueling of an F-104 aircraft under extremely adverse conditions. The sergeant, who is assigned to the 46th Air Refueling Squadron here, is the son of Colonel and Mrs. Harlan J. York of 34777 Pecan avenue, Yucaipa. He is a graduate of Redlands High school. JERRY PETTIS Pettis announces his candidacy for Congress Jerry Pettis of Loma Linda, r '"" 1 today became the first Republican candidate to put himself into the county Congressional primary race with an official statement. His formal announcement was no surprise, however, since his candidacy had been rumored for several weeks and his resignation as vice president for development at Loma Linda University a week ago was considered tantamount to an announcement of political aspirations. Republican opposition in the primary may come from V. Dennis Wardle, San Bernardino county clerk, who confirmed last week that many have urged him to run. However, he emphasized at that time that he has not yet made a decision. Mr. Pettis, in his announcement today, said he would base!^ i ongtime Dem0 crat incum- his campaign on a program toj^ ^ provide the good life" for alll . . , , county residents through re- 1 Mr. Pettis. 4,, is a graduate search to end "the scourges of| of Paclfic Umon colIe 2 e and has , illness, war and poverty." done graduate work at USC anil Denver. He has been a journalism instructor and was most recently assistant professor of cul- . ... _ , , , tural medicine and vice presi- f5'L, Pr T amtS l ad he ak ° dent for development at Loma pledged action to bring more Linda UniversUy . jobs and industry to the coun- ., , . „. ,, tjr j He was a pilot during World On health. Mr. Pettis declared ! War 11 and later became a pi- that "A nation that can afford i lot for Umted Alr Lm( ! s a " d Ta billions to send a man to the! s P ec ! al assistant to the LAL moon can certainly foster re-| pres ' dent search to give your children and He is founder and executive mine a chance for a longer and I vice president of Audio-Digest healthier life." j Foundation, founder and presi- And on industry, he stated (dent of Magnetic Tape Duplicat- that "We've got the land, we've got the resources and the imagination. We must tell our story persuasively to industry." He said a full-time San Bernardino county "branch office" in Washington, in the person of the congressman can work wonders in expanding the private sector of the county's economy. "It is obvious that we need broader, more active representation for San Bernardino county in Washington," Mr. Pettisj AMARILLO AFB, Tex. — Air- declared in acknowledging his man Third Class Kenneth J. underdog role in trying to un- Nelson of Redlands is being reseat Rep. Harry R. SheppardJ assigned to Luke AFB. Ariz., ! following his graduation from He said Congress should take the lead in encouraging public and private research into ors and a television consultant for medical dramas. He is also a citrus and avocado rancher. He and his wife. Shirley, live in Loma Linda with their three children, Yvonne, Peter and Deborah. Nelson takes jet course OES Social Club Convenes Yucaipa Church League Notes Contest Dates The seventh anniversary of the Good Shepherd Lutheran church in Yucaipa will be celebrated Sunday when a potluck dinner will be served at 1 p.m At the monthly meeting of the Women's Missionary League Mrs. Dorothy Lucking and Mrs. Helen Lueking of St. John's church in Colton were welcomed as visitors. Mrs. Dorothy Lueking announced the coming literature contest on "How to Make More Realistic," to be conducted March 2 and 3 at El Cortez hotel in San Diego. Mrs. Esther Seasholtz, assisted by Mrs. Hilda Klemm, gave a review of the book entitled "The Long Cry." Mrs. Dorothy Schowalter and Mrs. Gail Klemm were hostesses for the refreshment hour. Mrs. Hilda Klemm and Mrs. Anita DeVora were appointed greeters for January. The World Friendship guild of the church recently sent four boxes of gifts, consisting of toys and clothing, to the Mexicalij Mission in Mexicali, Mexico. Many of these items were donated by Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Reinertson of Yucaipa. At the February 20 meeting of the League, members will vote on projects submitted for 1964. the technical training course for United States Air Force jet aircraft mechanics here. Airman Nelson was trained in the maintenance and inspection Tables were decorated in faUj of jet flghter p i an( , s currently in use bv the Air Force. colors for the sack luncheon of Social club members of C o p a The airman is the son of Mr. del Oro chapter. Order of the, an( i jirs. James P. Nelson of Eastern Star. Friday in the Ma-I 7 .; 9 chestnut. Redlands, and is sonic temple's "Snack Room". a graduate of Redlands High Devotions were given by Mrs. • school. Pearl Smith. Mrs. Annie John-i— • ston, president, read a N' e w Year's message she had written for the club. Announcement was made of the Starlighters meeting January 28 at 7:30 p.m. and of the Job's Daughters rummage sale January 30 and 31 and February 1 with Mrs. Joseph Enarson in charge. Present Friday were Hues. Austin Garrett, Lillian Harp, Mildred Ewbank. Julius M. Fri -i derich. Ann Henik, William R.| Barnctt, George McKenzie. Annie B. Johnston, Justin Schoenenberger, Annie Ruby Webber, Pearl Smith, Bess Waterman, Wesley Hostetler, William Pidgeon, Mary Chamberlain, Harriet Richardson; and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reams. Hostesses for the day were Mmes. Pidgeon, Richardson and Chamberlain. MIMEOGRAPHING TYPING DICTATION LINDA TACKETT 14 North 7fh St. Redlands (Atlas Travel Service Entrance) 792-7800 or 793-1793 You'll Find a Ready Market Thru Fast Acting Facts Classified Ads Jim Glaze, Inc. "Drive In Style" in BRAND NEW '64 • CONTINENTAL • MERCURY • COMET 420 W. Redlands Blvd. 793-2141 FOR INFORMATION, CALL MR. LEO CRANE, LEASING MGR. L os Pios RANCHO Open Every Day 9 AM.-5 P.M. 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