Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 22, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 4

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, January 22, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts 4 - Wed., Jan. 22, 1964 Jim Stanfill outstanding young man of '63 Jim Stanfill, youngest principal in the city school system, was honored by the Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce last night as the community's outstanding young man in 1963. Presentation of the Jaycee's Distinguished Service Award to the 31-year-old McKinley School principal highlighted the Junior Chamber's 16th Anniversary Dinner. The event also marked the organization's annual Bosses Night in which Jaycee's host their employers. Daily Facts publisher William G. Moore and editor Frank E. Moore were honored with a dual Bosses Award recognizing con tinued support of the Junior Chamber. More than 80 Jaycees and employers were on hand for the awards presentations at the Elks Club. Receives Plaque Stanfill received the beautiful engraved DSA plaque from Jaycee President Don Stiers. He was selected from nominations submitted to the Junior Chamber. The annual award recognizes achievement in profession as well as leadership in community affairs. The young principal began his teaching career in Redlands in 1958 following two years of military service. He was assigned to Smiley School where he taught every grade but kindergarten, 1st and 3rd. Although a native of Kansas. Jim graduated from high school in Durango, Colorado. He attended the University of Colorado where he earned a bachelor of arts degree. Active in YMCA He has been active in the YMCA and has helped organize and conduct youth activities at the Y. He is interested in sports of all kinds and was the aftcr- ychool recreation director at Smiley for several years. He has been active in the First Methodist Church, serving as president of the Methodist Men's group and on the Church board. Jim and his wife, Margaret Ann, reside at 1428 East Colton avenue with their three children. Mike, Katy and Ronnie. Presentation of the Bosses Award was made by Dr. Ricb- ard Mcintosh, Jaycee External Vice President, who noted that the Daily Facts is one of the lew Redlands businesses that has maintained a firm mem bership with the Jaycees since the group was chartered in 1949. Continued Support He cited the continued support of the Daily Facts in telling the Junior Chamber's story over the years, and pointed out that a Facts employe has always been active in the Jaycees. Facts reporter Richard West was one of the charter members. Earl Mosso of the Facts advertising department is one of three men granted life membership to the-local Junior Chamber chapter. Reporter Ron Kib-. by was named the Jaycee's Key Man in 1962. Bill Moore accepted the engraved bronze shields on behalf of Frank who was unable to attend. Other awards were also presented last night. Schaefer Honored Local florist Paul Schaefer was presented the Outstanding Service Award — a new honor recognizing special service to the Jaycees over the year. Schaefer has supplied the. flowers for the annual Miss Redlands Contest. The Jaycee organization itself was praised by the Grayback Council, Boy Scouts of America. Scout Executive Bob Nicholson presented two certificates to the group — a Certificate of Service for the Junior Chamber's help in conducting last year's Scout-O-Rama and a Certificate of Thanks for construction of a new amphi-theater around the OUTSTANDING CITIZEN - The coveted Distinguished Service Award given by the Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce is presented to McKinley school principal James Stanfill, right, by Jaycee President Don Stiers. Presentation highlighted dinner program at Elks Club. (Daily Facts photo) BOY SCOUT THANKS — The Junior Chamber's support of local Boy Scout activities was praised by Grayback Council Scout Executive Bob Nicholson, right, who presented a Certificate of Appreciation and a Certification of Service to President Stiers. (Daily Facts photo) Mrs. Rose Pauline Buyak, 1230 Webster street, mother of Mitchell V. Buyak and Miss Irene Buyak of Redlands, died here today at the age of 88. Mrs. Buyak, a native of Kra kow, Poland, lived in Detroit, Mich., for 60 years before coming to Redlands five years ago. She was a member of the Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association of Detroit. In addition to her son and daughter in Redlands. she leaves two sons and a daughter who live in Detroit, George and Edmund Buyak and Cecelia Tran- dcll; and 24 grandchildren and ON NORTH ORANGE ST. • HORSE BACK RIDING • HAY RIDES Horses Bought — Sold — Boarded For Hay Rid* Reservations PLEASE CALL 792-3114 JOHN PLONSKY, Manager DICK DOYLE, Owner HONORED BY JAYCEES — Support of local business was recognized by the Redlands Jaycees last night with the presentation of the outstanding Bosses Award to Daily Facts publisher William G. Moore (second from left) who accepted an identical plaque for his brother. Facts editor Frank E. Moore. Redlands florist Paul Schaefer (second from right) received a Special Service Award. Junior Chamber vice president Dr. Richard Mcintosh, left, and director Harry Whalen made the presentations. (Daily Facts photo) Freeway menace Wrong way drivers were seeking short cuts Pacific Coast News Service SACRAMENTO — fPCNS)- Most automobile accidents involving "wrong way" drivers on freeway access ramps can be attributed to motorists deliberately seeking "short-cuts" from traffic congestion. fire circle at Camp Tu-Lakes. Rex Flint, Riverside's Outstanding Young Man of 1962 and a former Vice President of the National Junior Chamber of Commerce, exhorted the local Jaycee's to promote programs that would stimulate interest in local affairs. Public Apathy "Public apathy to government is a great problem across t h t country. People are afraid to get involved in controversy," the keynote speaker asserted. He urged the Jaycee's to "get involved" and to take stands on controversial issues that arise. In an impromptu "pass the hct" the audience donated $109 to be divided between two longstanding Junior Chamber projects — The Cerebral Palsy School at Crafton and the Twin Pines Boys Ranch in the San Jacinto mountains near Banning. I A tOX Wf ST COAST THEATfll • 123 Cofai SM« • FY. 3-4331 Week Days Show starts 7 PM. Sat. & Sun. Cont. from 2 P.M. BEST PI6TBRE OF THE YEAH B ACADEMY AWARD WNNERI IMREVCE OF ARABIA. Mexican Players of Padua Hills LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF FOOTHILL BLVD. CLAREMONT "LAS CANACUAS" ENDS FEB. 22 Jamaica After Each Performance W/ TnEATEE— Wed., Than, FrL, Sit. MM, W««.. Sat. ! ' DINING BOOM —Dlily «in ;l KM 4»7 Reservations advisable NAtional 6-1288 This is one of Uie findings revealed to the Daily Facts by high-level officials of the State Division of Highways currently preparing to testify on highway safety problems before the Assembly Interim Committee on Transportation and Commerce next week in San Francisco. A spokesman for the highway division said deliberate illegal driving practices have been proven the major cause of headon collisions on freeway on- ramps and off-ramps in extensive statistical studies by state traffic safety engineers. Testimony on this and other subjects will highlight the Assembly interim study scheduled for Jan. 28-29 at the State Bldg. in San Francisco. Assemblyman Tom Carrell, Democrat of San Fernando is chairman of the legislative unit. The two-day hearing will probe the feasibility of installing some type of freeway ramp barrier that will make it more difficult for motorists to deliberately or accidentally drive onto wrong-way access ramps. At the same hearing, highway engineers will present testimony and motion pictures displaying recent tests conducted to determine the most effective freeway divider barriers. Experiments to be shown \a the films reveal the effects of radio - controlled autos smashing into various types of median strip barriers, with detailed reports on "injuries" sustained by dummy passen gcrs. The Assembly study will also delve into changes in the law dealing with prima facio speed limits, responsibility for unlaw fully passing school busses, fi nancing of local vehicle parking facilities, and future heliport facilities for Bay Area heli copter operations. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22 IUPII Egc.s: Prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered l'i cents highen: AA extra large W.i-SS 1 ?, A extra large 4fi^a-51Mn AA large •U'i-16'i, A Urge 40H-41'i. B large 36 '3 -37 '2. AA medium 40H-4313. A medium 38'i-39'i. AA smaU 21Vi- 34':. A small 29 ',1 -30'i. Prices to consumers: AA large 4960, a large 31-36. AA medium 47-36, A medium 50-54, AA imall 44-49, A small 41-45. Poultry: Fryers at ranch 17-19. roasters 21-25. light type hens 4-5 wtd. av*. -1-50, hens cross 5-6 wtd. a\-g. 5.46. | -tfute'i onfy. one, J i wppr \ ITOPS IN QUALITY!! I LOW IN PRICE j OPEN TO THE PUBLIC Simmons Institute PRESENTS: Dr. Fred Andrews OF REDLANDS lecturing on: "How to Master Plan Your Life" Where: Azure Hills Country Club — Grand Terrace Date: Thursday, Jan. 23rd Time: 7 P.M. Sharp COME AND BRING YOUR FRIENDS. FOR MORE INFORMATION, CALL 792-3713. Mrs. Buyak dies at 88 Former Norton flier killed in Vietnam crash Major Carl B. Mitchell, one of the two officers missing in the crash of a B-26 bomber in the Vietnam jungle on January 14th, has been officially declared killed in action. Mitchell was formerly assigned to the Ballistic Systems Division, at Norton. The Air Force Major left the U.S. in the middle of November for Vietnam. He had completed B-26 training in Florida His wife. Colleen, is in Mt. Sterling, Kentucky, where she was awaiting further word from the Air Force after her husband was reported as missing. Major Mitchell was a native of Mt. Sterling. Preliminary reports were that Mitchell's B-26 went down in flames approximately 60 miles from Saigon in heavy jungle. An intensive search was mounted by Vietnamese-American units. Remembered as an astute, resourceful officer, Mitchell was assigned to the Plans and Programs Branch of the Management Systems Division of BSD, where he was involved with the AFSC PERT System Cost Module, among other projects. Graduating from West Point. Mitchell went on to the University of Michigan where he received two masters degrees — one as an Aeronautical Engi neer and another as an Astronautics Engineer. After receiving pilots training. Major Mitchell flew with SAC. 46 great-grandchildren.' Rosary will be recited Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary chapel. Requiem Mass is scheduled for 9 a.m. Saturday in St. Mary's Catholic church with the pastor. Rev. Ricardo Meza, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. County report Redlands population estimated at 33.540 Population of Redlands is estimated at 33,540 in the January 1964 studies of the San Bernardino County Planning Commission. This is an increase of 6,711 from the 1960 census total of 26,829. The report lists 11,905 dwelling units in Redlands compared with 9,080 in 1960. Yucaipa population is estimated at 16,720 up 4,300 from the 1960 census figure of 12,420. Mentone has 3,490 population up 272 from 3,218 in 1960. Total population for San Bernardino county is estimated at 608,680 persons. "It is interest- About People James G. Van Villet, electronics technician seaman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Garry Van Villet, 1340 Crestview road, Redlands, was graduated last month from Basic Submarine School, Groton, Conn. He will become a submarine crewmember and serve in one of the vital branches of the Navy's modern fleet. Garnet Grigsby, principal clerk, Redlands Justice Court, presided at the last bi-monthly luncheon meeting, California Justice Court Clerk's Ass'n., in the absence of Margaret Williams, president. The association for which Mrs. Grigsby is 1st vice-president, held its meeting at the home of Elvira Perez. Chino Justice Court clerk, on Saturday. Also attending from the Redlands court were Lottie Long, and guest, Billie Dresen. Nov/ You Know By United Press International Ten times as much snuff is consumed by Americans today as was used in 1875, the United States Tobacco Company reports. Current consumption is 34 million pounds worth §50 million annually. ing to note that the estimate is exactly on the curve of projected population for the county, as developed by the Population Study Committee, Research department, Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce as published in 1958," the Commission comments. The rate of growth during 1963 was 9.4 per cent over 1962. In 1962 the rate over the previous year was 5 per cent. For the second straight year Ontario led all communities in the county in growth. Ontario added 7.950 residents, an increase of 15 per cent over 1962 bringing the population to 61.220. "There are two explanations for these increases," the commission says. "1. Ontario is directly in the path of the population spillover from the Los Angeles metropolitan area. "2. Ontario is creating a major industrial economy of its own. With expanding operations at Ontario International Airport, General Electric, Lockheed, and other major employment centers, population growth in the immediate area is only natural. "If present trends continue, Ontario some day could well be the most prominent city in the San Bernardino valley." San Bernardino, largest city in the county, showed an increase of 12.408 since the 1960 census for a total of 104,330 compared with 91.922. Population of incorporated cities in the county is as follows: April Jan. 1960 1964 Barstow 11.644 14,150 Chino 10,305 13,240 Colton 18.666 20.190 Fontana 14.659 16,920 Montclair 13.546 21,550 Needles 4.590 4,820 Ontario 46.617 61,220 Redlands 26.829 33.510 Rialto 18.567 22,010 San Bernardino.. 91.922 104.330 Upland 15,918 24.900 Victorville 8,620 RANCE BIG SAVINGS ON 1963 MODELS - WHILE STOCKS LAST! GENERAL ELECTRIC AUTOMATIC WASHER WA 803x Delivered and installed* for only 188" Big family size 12 lb. capacity Spray rinse Safety lid switch TWO-SPEED FILTER FLO $5 down — $2.25 per week GENERAL ELECTRIC REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER COPPERTONE no extra charge* TA342 • 11.5 CII . ft. -k Compact—28 in. wide -Ar Completely automatic defrost ir Zero degree freezer * Adjustable $5 down — $2.50 per week 'prices include delivery and normal installation 1963 MERCHANDISE CLOSEOUT! BUY NOW! PAY LATER! GENERAL ELECTRIC HI-FI STEREO CONSOLE RC'3.100' 118 * Hardwood cabinet* 'Ar Dual channel amplifier ic 4 speed changer £ 2 speakers and tweeter •jf Diamond stylo* $5 down—$2 per week GENERAL ELECTRIC PORTABLE TV • Weighs only 12 lbs. •fa Up-front controls "Daylight blue" tube N $5 down, 1.50 per week- 99 95 GOODYEAR SERVICE STORE 112 W. STATE ST. OPEN 8 TO 5:30 PH. 793.2935

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