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Local Notes i Q ty Co Unc j| purchases Lange & Runkel The downtown building on the southwest corner of Fourth and Citrus, now occupied by the Lange and Runkel Chevro'et agency, was acquired by t h e City Council last night for $90,000. The Council acted upon a rec ommendation from the Board of Parking Place Commissioners which suggested that the Council and the commission (on behalf of the parking district) acquire the land jointly, probably on a 50-50 financial basis. The building has 150 feet of frontage on Citrus avenue and is 130 feet deep back to the alley. It is expected that the property would be used to provide additional off-strcet parking for the downtown area, initially, at least. Lange and Runkel is building on Alabama street which the firm expects to occupy in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. Luke de Vries now of Los Angeles, are owners of the Citrus-Fourth property, and have offered it to the city for "no down payment" and terms at 6 per cent interest up to 25 years. To Demolish In the offer to the manager's office. Mr. deVrics agreed to demolish the present structure and clear the debris down to the cement slab at no cost to the city. And he also offered to defer payments on the principal for six months, if the city desires and to advance escrow costs if the city could not finance them at this time. R. P. Mcrritt Jr., assistant city manager, presented the pro New Car Announcement Lease 1964 Mercury, get free maintenance up to 40,000 miles. Ask Leo Crane at Jim Glaze Leasing. 793-2141 or 793-4772 (eves.). We lease all makes, x Money Stolen A burglar entered the home of Ruth H. McBryde. 820 Carlotta Court yesterday morning and took S6 to $S according to police. Food Center Manning's Beef Finest ever. 118 E. Redlands Blvd. Delivery service available, Phone 793-5371. Wrestling Demonstration Members of the Redlands high wrestling team will hold a dem onstration at the Benchwarmer breakfast Friday morning at 6:45 a.m. in Terrier Hall. "Only One Redlands" Dr. Lawrence Nelson's Diamond Jubilee book about Red lands now on sale at Redlands Daily Facts, Brookside and Center. Hardbacks $5, paperbacks S2. All proceeds go for benefit of Redlands Bowl concerts. Power Tool A power impact wrench was stolen from Phoenix Motor Parts, H0 West State street between Friday and Tuesday, according to a police report. Value of the wrench was $144.50. Peppers Gallery Chinese art exhibit at the Peppers Art Gallery at the University of Redlands will close Sunday. Hours are from 1 to 5 daily, except Mondays. The gallery will be closed next week in preparation for a new exhibit. Iturbi Plays Tonight Pianist Jose Iturbil will appear in concert at 8:15 this evening in Memorial chapel at the U. OF R. as the second attraction on the Redlands Winter Concert Association Series. Admission is by membership only. Korn Funeral jposal lo the Council along with Graveside services for Missithc Parking commission recommendation for acquisition Fair Price He noted that Raymond Canterbury, a Parking commission member but also a professional appraiser, said the price was a fair ono. Mayor Charles C. Parker also pointed out that the city acquired the Robin Hood Sports wear building on the opposite corner for more than $70,000, and that it was only 50 x 130, or one-third the size of the de- Vries property. Planning Director W. C. Schindler reported that he had consulted with Victor Grucn Associates, the firm which is conducting the 701 Study of downtown Redlands, and that this firm said the properly should be acquired as the first step in getting "open space" between the City Hall and Safety Hall. In Civic Center The property is within what is shown as the "Civic Center Complex" on the city's master plan. Because of its central location, it was noted that it could provide parking for the library, the bowl and churches, in addition lo businesses. The Council moved swiftly on the proposal last night since Mr. Mcrritt reported that in his negotiations with Mr. de Vries he was only able to get a 10-day option which expires this weekend. As a result, the exact number of parking spaces which can be created on the property is unknown, but guesses ranged from 30 to 70. Preliminary thinking was that the property might well be used for monthly parking which would be helpful to the telephone company, businesses and the city hall itself. Frames Motion Councilman William T. Hartzell framed the motion for acquisition which stipulated that the city would pay for the property at the rate of $3,600 per year or more on principal, with interest at 6 per cent, payable quarterly. J Mayor Parker and Mr. Merritt were later named lo a special committee to consult with the Parking commission on how the city and parking district would split the purchase payments. It was emphasized, however, that while the city will acquire title, the parking district would manage and operate the lot. Depending upon the number of parking spaces, it was expected that income from the lot would pay a good share of the acquisition costs. bldg. NEW CITY ACQUISITION — The Redlands City Council voted unanimously last night to acquire this 150x 130 building at Citrus and Fourth from Mr. and Mrs. Luke DeVries for $90,000. The city and parking district will jointly finance the purchase over a 25-year period. The building will be torn down after Lange and Runkel move to their new building and the city and parking district expect to use the property for parking purposes as part of the civic center. (Daily Facts photo) Council agrees to begin annexation proceedings Louise Korn were held Tuesday at 11:00 a.m. at Hillside Me morial Park. Dr. Harry G. Suttner, pastor of the First Congrc Rational church, officiated. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Nairn* Services Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Nelms were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Frank E. Smith, pastor of the First United Presbyterian Church of San Bernardino, officiating. Pallbearers were Wymer Brock, Emil Petersen, Otto H. Morgan, A. O. Peterson, Ray Harrel, and W. S. Barlow. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. Mrs. Elizabeth Copt McKeen, now living in New York City, is here for a visit with her sister, Mrs. Dorothy Cope Weller. 933 Walnut avenue, and to see her many friends in Redlands. Weather Dee. C2 Dir. 23 — Dec. 14 Dec 23 Dtc 26 Dec. ST Dec. 38 ...... Dec 29 Dec 30 Dec. 31 Jan- 1 Jan. 2 Jan. 5 Jan. 4 Jan. 5 Jan. 6 Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 Jan. II Jan. 12 Jan. li- Jan. 14 Jan. 15 Jan. 16 . Jan. 17 . Jan. 18 . Rainfall Temp. 34 Hours Jan. 19 Jan. 20 — Jan. 21 — Jan. 22 _ 54 P5 71 .... 74 66 .„ 73 76 .._ 81 .... 7D .._ 70 80 84 71 70 71 63 67 67 62 65 62 60 64 63 58 68 67 64 51 57 61 53 41 35 36 36 36 40 47 4!) 45 40 45 41 43 35 41 37 38 38 32 33 33 33 31 33 38 33 35 46 43 38 47 41 Sca- i-on .02 .11 .78 .72 6.50 6.61 7.30 8.11 Liz Says: OPEN ALL DAY SUNDAY & ALL WEEK TOOI FRI. NITES TIL 9 LIZ SAYS: "CHARGE IT" GLAD RAGS BY LIZ Citrus Village Sage's — in the Mall Redlands Charge Accounts • Gladly SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads INSURANCE AETNA C & S CO. EMPLOYER'S GROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "YOUR PROIECIION IS MY BUSINESS" JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 416 E. Redlands Blvd. Redlands On a split vote, the City Council last night agreed to initiate annexation proceedings for a 13.7-acre parcel on Edgemont drive on the city's southerly boundary. But it was emphasized that special circumstances existed for this property and that a special study will likely be undertaken before any additional properties in this area are considered for annexation. The city had previously turned down annexation for the laud on the basis that it was a spot annexation and would br of little benefit to the city. Morris Singer, one of the own ers, had maintained previously, and reiterated last night, that he and his associates had bought the land on the assump tion that 1946 and 1961 conferences with the city manager's office meant that the city would annex and serve the land. R. P. Merritt Jr. reported, however, that research by the public works department showed that prior agreements actually referred to property to the east of the land under con sideration. But John Shone, director of public works, did report that the acreage could be served with city facilities but the de velopers would have to pay some $8,000 for an eight-inch water main extension. Mr. Singer said this cost would not be a deterrent and that he understood water stock would have to be acquired to satisfy city requirements. Hartzell Opposes Councilman William T. Hartzell still contended, however that the area was not desirable for annexation and that Mr Singer should have protected Leo Hiti dies in Yucaipa, aged 73 Leo Hiti, a 23-year resident of Yucaipa, died in that community yesterday at the age of 73. He was a native of Yugoslavia and made his home at 35435 Cornell street in Yucaipa. He leaves his wife, Mary Hiti of Yucaipa; two sons, Leo H. Hiti of Fillmore and Albert R. Hiti of Pomona; and a daughter Mrs. Frances Day of Anaheim. Rosary will be receited Thursday at 8 p.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Friday at St. Frances X. Cabrini church in Yucaipa, Rev. John M. Tahany, pastor, as celebrant. Interment will be in Montccito Memorial Park. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Jan. 22 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 41s 56s 72s tit First grade... .4.77 4.60 4.45 3.66 Second grade.. 2.98*3.04 3.04 113s 138s l«3s 180s First grade... .3.76 3.69 3.36 2.8S Second grade. 3.00 2.89 2.83 Trend: Slightly higher. NEW YORK (UPI)—Citrus report: California Navels: 12 cars, half boxes $3.32. WILLIAM C. MOORE, Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday) at Facis building, 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands, California. Founded October 23, 1890, 7«th year. Entered as second class matter October 33, 1890. at the Pott Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION KATE (In Advance) Br Carrier Delivery One Month I l .Ji Three Months , , 4 .JU Six Months S.S« One Yesr . 16 -40 One Manth One Yesr _ By Msll -1 1.50 _ 18.011 N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks crossed into new high ground today despite a late selloff which cut many issues back from the best levels. The market surpassed the previous closing record high of 776.55 by 2.41 a half hour after the opening and continued to rise before sliding back near the close. Steels were mixed. Chrysler paced an easier motors section. Union Carbide and Eastman Kodak turned in good advances in the chemicals. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 786.89 774.45 781.31 up 4.87 20 rrs 181.72180.30180.92 up 0.15 15 Utl 141.53 140.02 140.93 up 0.50 65 stk 275.03 271.47 273.41 up 1.22 Sales today were about 5.43 million shares compared with 4.8 million shares Tuesday. IS Most Active Stocks (Dew-Jones Service. Coartesy Lester. Byons & Co.) 203 E. State Volume Close Cant. 1IO.IW Chrysler S8«« -l»i 8J.300 Ralston Pnr. — M 81.160. R.C-A. 11IU UflW Amir. T. & T. —1461s M.6O0 Chemwsy 11 61,690 East. Air. *3 3 i 51,000 Helena Cor lis _ KH 50*00 Sunny DX 13H S0.000 Xerox M «.:oo Pan Am. Air 60*1 48.400 Gulf Oil S0». 48J0O Oolbd. Msrine _ 16?i 4:.SOO Con. Clear 43 41.100 Royal .McB. 13'i 41,100 Parka Davis 3J?i nnch +i + «i + •» + u +1H -Us + 1 + »il — 'i'< a proposed 12-unit apartment at 531 Kansas to the city sewer system. The Council empha sized that it has a clear policy on this for outside-city resi dents since "city taxpayers pay for these services and should have exclusive right to use them." Approved an allotment of S375 to permit finance director Richard Anderson to attend a finance officers annual business conference in Dallas. himself by purchasing the prop-ivard, to be allowed to connect erty with the condition that an nexation be accomplished. And on that basis, coupled with a feeling that other water service in the area would be impaired, he moved that the an nexation be denied for the sec ond time. He was supported by Waldo Burroughs but Councilman Norman Martinez, and Robert Wagner opposed the denial and Mayor Parker cast the decid ing vote with them. M a y o r Parker said the Council had waited for a report on the capa bility of water service from Mr. Shone and "we should accept that report." Councilmen Burroughs and Hartzell also voted against the resolution of intention to annex. On the advice of the city attorney, it will be annexed as uninhabited land. Mayor parker noted, however, that a matter still must go to the Local Agencies Formation commission for hearings before the city can annex it and that this will add about six weeks to the proceedings. Other Action In other actions, the City Council: Awarded a $14,469 contract to Roscoe Moss company of Los Angeles for the new water well in Sylvan Park. Moss was sec ond low bidder by $229 but had promised completion of the project nearly two months ahead of Ray Roberts, the low- bidder. The faster time would permit the well-drilling to be done before heavy use of the park starts. Awarded to Pipe Linings, Inc of Los Angeles a contract for cement motar-lining 12-and 16- inch steel water mains. It was low bidder. To Aid Jaycees Agreed to allocate $250 to the Junior Chamber of Commerce to help the club conduct the Redlands Orange Show Queen contest. The Jaycees had asked for S500 but the Council said tax money should not be used for the entire program and the club should seek other sources for the rest. Denied a request by Anthony Colombi, 27000 Redlands boule- Vital Records DEATHS HITI — Died in Yucaipa, Jan. 21, 1964, Leo Hiti, 35435 Cor nell. Yucaipa, aged 73 years, native of Yugoslavia and resident of Yucaipa for 23 years. Deceases is survived by h i s wife, Mary Hiti of Yucaipa and the following children — Leo H. Hiti, Fillmore, Calif; Albert R. Hiti, Pomona and one daughter Mrs. Frances Day, Anaheim Funeral services will be held January 24, 1964 at 10 a.m. at the St. Frances X. Cabrini church. Rev. John M. Tahany. pastor, officiating. Interment in Montccito Memorial Park, Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. LAWSON — Died in San Bernardino, Calif., Jan. 21, 1964, Helen. Lawson, 34184 County Line road, Calimesa, Calif, aged 77 years, and resident of Yucaipa for 9 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Allen Lawson, Yucaipa. Funeral services will be held Jan. 23, 1964 at 1 p.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Interment in Rose Hills Memorial Park. FRISK — Died in Redlands Calif., Jan. 21, 1964, Herman A. Frisk, 34757 Avenue H, Yucaipa, Calif., aged 91 years, native of III., and resident of Yucaipa for 3 years. Deceased is survived by his daughter; Mrs. Ellis G. Cole and two grandchildren all of Yucaipa. Private funeral services will be held Thursday at the Era merson Redlands Mortuary chapel, Rev. Ralph Kaldenberg, pastor of t h e Yucaipa Valley Church of the Nazarene, officiating. Cremation to follow in Montecito Memorial Park. BUYAK — Died in Redlands, California, January 22, 1964. Mrs. Rose Pauline Buyak, 1230 Webster. Redlands, aged 88 years, native of Krakow, Poland and resident of Redlands for five years. Requiem Mass will be Saturday at 9 a.m. in St. Mary's Catholic church, Rev. Ricardo Meza, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED DE WITT-WOODRING — Louis De Witt, 39, Redlands; and Virginia S. Woodring, 28, Highland. WLVDSOR-JOHNSON — Donald G. Windsor, 27, Calimesa; and Norma A. Johnson, 31, Redlands. LOPEZ-KIRKENDOLL — John P. Lopez, 20, and Bertha L. Kirkendoll, 18; both Redlands. Jury finds Beaver innocent in dog case A Redlands jury declared former state Assemblyman Jack Beaver not guilty of violating the city's leash law ordinance because there was no "willful intention" to allow the dog to run loose. The trial began at 10 a.m. today in Redlands Justice court and the jury of 10 women and 2 men began deliberating at 1:30 p.m. after hearing testimony from only two people. The leash law ordinance prohibits dog owners from permitting their pets to run at large. Although scores of Redlanders have been cited for lease law violation since strict enforcement began in November 1962, there has never been a jury trial. The offense usually draws a $10 fine. Beaver asked for a jury trial after he received a citation October 4. Charged with Crime His attorney, Russell Goodwin, told the court that Beaver was defending himself in this "small matter" because he had been charged with a crime and that he felt the charge was not justified. Beaver testified that the family pet. Freckles, squirmed out the front door and ran off when he (Beaver) went outside to pick up the morning newspaper. The defendant stated that he and other members of the family searched the neighborhood for the dog, but they were un able to locate him. Was it Willful? Key issue in the case was whether Beaver had "willfully permitted the brown and white cocker spaniel to run at large. Judge Ben G. Alexander instructed the jury that mere negligence or error was not willful intent" and that the defendant should be acquitted ii it could not be determined be yond a doubt that he actively consented to the dog's wander ings on that particular occas sinn. Prosecuting Attorney James Cramer of the District Attorney's office, contended that Beaver's failure to close the front door constituted "willful conduct" resulting in the dog's getting loose. The only witness called by Cramer was Redlands Humane Officer Cecil Pattison. Pattison related that he had spotted Freckles running loose about 8 a.m. on October 4 and that be followed the dog to the Beaver residence at 138 Marcia street. He testified further that when he contacted the defendant later in the morning to issue a cita tion. Beaver admitted: "I deserve this. I've been dealt with fairly and squarely." Cramer pointed out that the dog had been a problem for many months and had drawn complaints from neighbors. According to court records. Beaver received a second leash law citation on November 4 — one month later — and posted $10.50 bail which he later forfeited. Members of the jury panel were: Margaret Buoye, Barbara Bowersox, Ethel Barnes, Luther Holden, Louise Desplaines, Doris Codwallder. And Robert Devore, Aileen D. Combs, Betty Hardy, Phyllis Keim, Elizabeth Brummeler and Laura Burgeson. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., Jan. 22, 1964 - 5 WE NEED YOU — The Chamber of Commerce launched a one-day membership drive this morning with a kickoff breakfast at the Edison company's Electric Living Center. Membership chairman Charles Culp, left, ond Chamber President Dr. David Haag were all smiles as they review material to be given prospective members. (Daily Facts photo) Armacost speaks Western Heights hearing on stock issue continued A public hearing to determine whether the Western Heights Water company should be permitted to issue additional shares of water stock was continued to March 3 at 10 a.m. after a day-long hearing in Los Angeles yesterday. The hearing was conducted by the State's Division of Corporations. Western Heights, once an irrigation company, is now primarily in the business of serving domestic water to shareholders on both sides of the Sunset drive loop just east of the Redlands city limits and in the Dunlap Acres area. The Board of Directors of the company proposed in December that new stock be issued so that present shareholders could get sufficient water for their needs and so that other landowners within the district might get shares to provide water for lands now non-water bearing. Board President Maurice Shumaker said earlier that most stockholders had already been Redlands DISCOUNT Wallpaper Store 25c—35c—45c—65c—«5e Home Owners Paint Store 9 West State, Redlands REDLANDS AWNING & AUTO UPHOLSTERY NOW OPEN 416 ORANGE STREET (Next Door to Russell De Graaf Serv. Sta.) * Auto Seats and Tops * Aluminum Awnings * Recovering Patio Furniture PHONE 792-2752 (Owned & Operated by Bill Earbgrt) C. of C. opens drive for new members "The key to community progress is resourcefulness, creativity and immagination" ... Dr. George H. Armacost, President of the University of Redlands told the membership committee of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce at the Edison Company Living Center, 222 Brookside avenue, at the Annual Breakfast Kick-off Meeting this morning. Dr. Armacost also pointed out, . . . "we cannot be complacent with our community problems. There must be a continuous flow of enthusiasm in order that we may solve our problems and continue our growth. Each and every business man has a stake in the community. "By being a member of the Chamber one helps to create opportunities for each and every one of us." The breakfast was hosted by .Miss Jane Shaw, Home Economist, and Joe Enarson, District Manager of the Edison Company. Immediately following the meeting four team captains and their teams called upon prospective new Chamber members throughout the city armed with the reasons why being a member of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce will be of value. Teams are: Captain, Charles Culp. William Kiley, Harry G. John, Dale B. Eckrote, M. H. Emericb, Don Leonard, James L. Clark, Maj. Gen. John Sessums, M. Wendell Morrisset, Charles Ziilch. Captain, Hal E. Price. Robert Cowie, Mark Dunn, Norlan Black, Clifford Farrar. Henry Van Mouwerik, Dale Robinson, John P. Tyler, Brooke Sawyer, Zafon A. Hartman. Captain, Nick Karahalios. Varnum Clark, Clark De Roo, John Wilcoxson, Joseph Enarson, Roy Guin, James Harter, James Youngberg, Mark Beguelin, James Bethel). Captain, Swen F. Larson. Howard Repp, Don Ring, Ralph Nichols, H. Hartwick. Gene Hinklc, William Locklin. William Junkin, Galen Johnson. Ron B. Hentschel, Leroy Hansberger. Rain boosts storm total to 7.5 inch RAINFALL TABLE Sea- Last Storm 1.50 Redlands . Mentone Yucaipa .. Calimesa . Mill Creek Bib Bear . 1.89 1.94 1.94 2.15 3.92 son 8.11 9.58 9.(9 10.84 12.17 18.10 Year .47 .71 .95 .44 1.20 A pounding rain struck Redlands again in the before dawn morning hours depositing another .72 inch to bring the storm total to l'/b inches. This storm front was colder than yesterday and snow levels in the surrounding mountains was down to near the 3,000-foot- level this morning. The State Division of Highways reported that chains were being required on all mountain roads above that elevation, including the Forest Home road cast of Redlands. The chain signs were just above the Mill Creek Ranger station before noon. * Even Igo's recorded a three- inch snowfall this morning with appraised of the proposal and were in accord. In Los Angeles yesterday, however, a number of dissatisfied residents said they did not have sufficient shares to provide their properties with water and that the directors had too much discretion in determining who gets shares. Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. LOU ANNIE MESSER Funeral services and burial at Spur, Texas. (.ARTHUR CORTNER si Baooxsrrc UL < nr MM 14 inches of snow now- on the ground at Barton Flats and South Fork and 12 inches at Camp Angelus. Deepest snow recorded in this immediate area was at Lakeview Point (Snow Valley) where nearly two feet of new snow fell during the night to bring the total to 28 inches. Big Bear lake had 23 inches of snow at the dam this morning and it was reported still snowing then. The Redlands rainfall total is now at 8.11 inches. This is about one inch above normal for the end of January. Announcement of Services DAEHNE. Mrs. Bertha E. 4:00 p.m. Today Faith Lutheran Church Yucaipa Chapel FRISK, Herman A. Private: Thursday a.m. Redlands Chapel LAWSON. Mrs. Helen 1:00 p.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel HITE, Leo Rosary: 8:00 p.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel Requiem Mass: 10:00 a.m. Friday St. Frances X- Cabrini Church BUYAK, Mrs. Rose Paulina Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Friday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Saturday St. Mary's Church Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 UOOKilOi AVU 7fkV244l 1

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