Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 23, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, January 23, 1964
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4 - Thurs., Jan. 23, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Nine Points, Inc., acquires 42-acre Heron parcel Ross Maddox purchases Hinerman's Jewelry store Ross Maddox moved from the! land will now make it;acre sites rather than the con- after graduation from Redlands High school in 1942 The store has been in the Hinerman family since March owner-manager today with the formal announcement that he has purchased Hinerman's Jew j elry store at 109 Orange street, possible for his development I struction of homes. j He has spent his entire adult firm to create a more log cal, The ncw a acres includes , he ^ subdivision of lots with addition-..., , . _ ,,•„„„„„ ,»,,.;„„ lr .--i, «(,„,„ al access from North Sunset I hlU area above thc road at Pan l ^rVi ^iJln - drive, east. orama point which has longr! 00 * 1 ? after graduation Nine Points, Tnc. started its j been known as "Gold Hill." It extensive subdivision work in j is the hignest point along Sun- the area east of Redlands in set drive, from Avalon and Lola Heron.\December. 1961, with 315 acresj The hill got its name many|I935 and has been operated by brother and sister, who own and | were purchased from the Uni-years ago when it was rumored j Mrs - Hinerman since the acci- operate the Crystal Springs Wa- 1 versify of Redlands. . to be the site of a long-forgot-; dental death of her husband, ter company. Thc family has] Of this acreage, thc corpora-ten gold mine. But despite Iven, in 1940. owned this property since thcition has already developed amateur diggings over the 1 Mr . s - Hinerman, who is now 1880's. labout 60 acres (part inside theyears. no evidence was ever un- retiring from active business. This particular 42 acres lieslcity and part out) for resi- covered to support this. isaid she was pleased that she i south of the easterly segmentjdential sites and sold near-: There were also rumors in the! c °uld leave the firm in the] of Sunset drive in the Panoramajly nine acres to thc school dis- past that this knob of land, bc-jhands of a long-time employe trict for the new Mariposa ele- cause of its high vantage point. j w .ho has already demonstrated! mentary school. jwas once a ceremonial spot fori his capability in the business With the addition of this new'Indian tribes before the white!life of the community, acreage. Nine Points will bring man arrived. | Mr. Maddox, who originally its total property available fori Nine Points, Inc. has de-|camc to Redlands from Alberta. Nine Points, Inc. has acquired jof this another 42 acres within the Sunset drive loop area cast of Redlands to help round out its master plan for residential development of the area, it was announced today. The property was purchased! point area. It extends easterly from thc east city limits to the first house east of Panorama point. The Herons retained ownership YMCA leaders at anniversary dinner Dr. and Mrs. Ivan Bell and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Coble of the Redlands YMCA were honored guests at a seventy-fifth anniversary dinner in Long Beach | last night. This dinner was given to hon or Judge Beach Vasey, who is serving his second term as President of the National Council of the YMCAs of the United States and The RL Rev. Bishop Thomas Cashmore, Lord Bishop of Dunwich, England. This meeting was held at LaFayette Hotel and was sponsored by the City of Long Beach, Long Beach Chamber of Commerce and the YMCA of Long Beach. Dr. Bell is President of the Redlands board of directors and Mr. Coble is the general secretary. ROSS MADDOX back var-iCanada, during his junior year Dale Hinerman, now a teacher of the land northerly of Sunset i development -^n. >.,. _ u ,. . tIU ,,<.u pm^iu™ ••• ,„»-,~<...-"», u U ..u 6 . U > JUIUUI )W ... . ... , . drive which slopes down to the acres. jious parts of the country but isof high school in 1941, went to _? uca1lpagn * cni ??' freeway. j Nine Points has aimed its pro-, basically a local firm headed 'work for Mrs. Hinerman as an . ? location ot Hinerman s Alexander Power, secretary of gram at the creation of custom by Walker Smith Jr. and Mr. apprentice in 1942. ' n a J ewclr y store slnce Nine Points, said the acquisition lots ranging from half acre to Power. -j 00 y Training ~~~ A short time later, he Stork news from Anaheim ANAHEIM. Calif. (UPI)-Po- Quality control meet stresses escape problem Space Age weaponry prob-tday. Donald ff. Mack, Thomas Iems and their solution willlM. Scott Jr., Irwin A. Spitzer. be the theme of a speech to bej Richard R. Davis. Horace N. presented by Vice Admiral Paul Lang. Walter J. Willcy, C. Ray D. Stroop at Californa State!Yaryan, George Broeker, Don- Polytechnic College, Kellogg' Campus, in Pomona, California, this Saturday, 25. Vice Admiral Stroop's speech will be the featured presentation at the seventh annual Inland Empire Quality Control Conference of the American Society for Quality Control, San Bernardino Section. Attendance is open to the public. Scott Crossfield, famed engineering test pilot who ha aid Simpson, Richard D. Cameron. Alfred Koharski and Robert H. Vanderslice. The majority of those attending from Redlands are employed at Lockheed Propulsion. Pro Shop burglarized ^ _ Illegal entry of the Pro Shop earned" the Hormon Trophy and! at } h * Redlands Country Club Collier Trophy among manyj other awards will speak oni Man and Mission . . . Sue cess". Crossfield is director of test and quality assurance at North American Aviation's Space and Information systems division. ! Dr. Joseph M. Juran who is among the world's foremost educators in t h e Quality Control field and the editor of the standard reference book is scheduled during the night was reported to police today. A check of the shop's inventory was being made to determine whether anything was stolen. Police said the intruder smashed a window with a soft drink bottle to gain entry. Citrus Market Community Chest to act c - R - Weaver on budget Monday night \ retlr . ed ™ n 3 carrier, dies Next Monday night will be ajCasa Loma room of thc Uni- night of importance for the Red j versity of Redlands Commons, lands Community Chest and fori Reservations for the S1.75 din- the eight Chest agencies. |ner are still being accepted at.30 years as a mail carrier in Yu For this will be the time of;the Chest office and mayicaipa, died yesterday in Beau- the three-phase annual meeting be picked up at thc door Mon-! mon t where he made his home of the Chest. !day. j at 117 Myrl road for thc past At 6 p.m. the present boardi During the annual meeting of six years, of directors will convene for the.thc membership {anyone who; He formerly lived in Redlands last time. And they will hear'contributes to the Chest is a and in Yucaipa, being active in and act on the recommenda-jmcmberj seven new directors-the Methodist church in both lions of the budget committeejat-large will be elected and ^communities, taking a special in for the specific money alloca-i eight other directors wi returned to Hinerman's He is a member of the Evening Kiwanis club, the First Charles Raymond Weaver.)Methodist church and the Elks who retired 13 years ago after j Lodge. In past years he has been active in Community Chest, Red LOS ANGELES, Jan. 23 (UPI) about 1900 when Fred B. King, liceman Ed Hanson responded j to spearhead the conference pro- i and^grade' 3 '" 6 Pn ° eS ^ S ' Z6 now a Mentone resident, estab- to a call for assistance Wednes- gram. i markets- took lished his business there. He day at the home of Mr. and ( Thc 9 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. con-, a leave from his position, com- so i ( | to Guy Laudcrbaugh in Mrs. Robert Wells—and helped ference also lists among its! pleted his training as a watch- J92 g am ] there were two other in the delivery of a baby girl, speakers Dr. Eugene Miller and! maker at the Elgin watchmak- owners before the Hinermans As Mrs. Wells prepared to Kenneth V. Broman, ing college in Elgin. 111., then:purchased it in 1935. leave for the hospital with the Lockheed baby in an ambulance, her hus- ORDER JUBILEE EDITION jband confided to the officer: at Facts office. 3 for SI mailedj"We didn't even know she was anywhere in U.S. I pregnant. both of Propulsion company of Redlands. Scheduled to attend the conference from Redlands are Jordon A. Engberg. Ivar M. Holi- : First grade First grade all orange auction 48s 56s 72s 88s 4.78 4.38 3.45 3.37 113 138s 163s 180s .3.60 3.5 J 3.49 2.95 Trend: About unchanged. NEW YORK (UPI) — Citrus: California Navels, 12 cars half boxes S3.52. Cross and YMCA fund-raising efforts. He is currently a committeeman for Boy Scout Troop 22 He and his wife, Laurel, who will assist him in the business, reside at 525 Lime. They have two children, Doug. 13, an eighth ill be Merest in the work of the choirs': grader at Redlands Junior high, lions to the eight abencics forlelected to represent specifici°f which he was a member, jand Laurie, 6, a first grader at the coming year. i agencies. | In Beaumont, Mr. WeaverjCrafton school. j These allocations will later be' The spotlight will be on the;was active in the First Presby-j To Retain Name . announced to thc some 200 cx-leight agencies at the annualiterian church. I In announcing his purchase of! peeled at thc annual meeting meeting this year. For each one] He was a native of Ida Grove.;".'c store. Mr. Maddox empha-j which follows at 6:30 p.m. |has been asked to decorate and:Iowa, and was 73 years old at, si zc ( ' 'hat thc name of Hiner-i It again will be hcid in fhe'to provide hosts and hostessesithe time of his death. i man's Jewelry will be retained ifor three tables, to highlight: He leaves his wife, Mrs. Vilo- :and ,llat 1,0 cx P ects t0 continue the services provided by thc ra Weaver; one son, Ray Weav iagency. : C r of Redlands; two daughters,' j! a . Sfringfellow's photos win in architecture ! The Rev. John Focrstcr. pas! Mrs. Maidie Ignatius of Patton., tor of the First Evangelical Calif.; and Mrs. Carla Taylor! iears ' ^Luthern church and active in 0 f Menlo Park; 12 grandchil-' ja number of Chest agencies.'dren and five great-grandchil- 1 I will be the featured speaker, jdrcn. | He will discuss the "Inter-Ac I tions of the Agencies and to operate the business under the same standards of quality set Mrs. Hinerman over thc Old Business House During her 23 years in the business, Mrs. Hinerman has been active in the Soroptimist the Rcv - Robcrl Byrd ' pastor of club, the Eastern Star, Ameri better'community." Campaign chair-; f*?"^ ^KoH f^",. 0 ^can Legion Auxiliary and in the 'Armand", Redlandslman Leroy Hansberger will al-i^"™ 0 '' V 1 ' ° f » at tthe ! vario us orgamzations which pro- funeral service Monday after-. 1 mote thc downtown business dis- Armand La Jeunesse, known as studio photographer, was judge]so make a final campaign refer the Monday night competi-jport. tion on thc subject of "Archi-j The Saga Foods dinner will tecture" for Redlands Camera!be served by 24 girls six each club with about 45 members:from the YWCA, the House of and guests present. ]Neighborly Service, the Girls Winners in the black and white print section were George Stringfellow, first and second places; Ben Hallberg, third and honorable mention. Scouts and the Catholic Youth Organization. Dr. Wiliam Umbach is serving as chairman of thc annual meeting and A. R. Schultz Jr noon at 2 o'clock in the F. Ar- trict. thur Cortner chapel. Interment: She has lived at 304 Summit will be in Montecito Memorial:avenue for many years. Park. . i Hinerman has one son, In Class B, color slides, top is heading the nominating com honors were taken by Audrey mittee for new directors. Presi- Hendry was first place and also dent II. Fred Heisner will pre- an honorable mention. Betty [side. Miller was second and Moyah Clark was third place and honorable mention winner. Joseph Pomeroy also received an honorable mention. In Class A, color slides, Lydia Cook took first and third "place. Ann Maranviile was secondi place winner: Herb Cook had| an honorable mention and Joseph Prendergast took two honorable mentions. Guests included Ralph Paddock and George Peterson of Yucaipa and Mrs. Esther Welch of Appleton, Wise. Dates for the Indio Date Festival and Orange Sho photo, graphic competitions were announced. The vote to keep in tact the "Redlands Today" set of color slides made for the 75th anniversary celebration and that members of the Camera club will show it to interested groups. Lydia Cook, PSA representa live, announced that in the last Photographic Society of America "Nature Competition", hon orable mentions were awarded to Lois Stringfellow and Herb and Lydia Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gregory are planning a trip to Japan in April and May and will take another set of "Redlands Today" slides to Redlands' sister city, Hino, where they will visit. The Gregorys were hosts for the refreshment period Monday. The next club meeting will be February 3 at 7:30 p.m. in the board room of Redlands public schools. Chet White, widely known nature photographer from Glendora, will show "Taking Pictures of Wildflowers". The public is invited. * FOX wtrr COAST TKEATIE • 123 Co|on Sml Weeks Days Showing 1st Half — 7:07 p. m. & 9:14 p. m. 2nd Half — J:16 p. m. Saturday & Sunday Complete showing only Starting 2:07 p.m., 5:37 p.m., 9:14 p. m. BEST PICTURE Or THE YEAR ACADEMY AWARD WINNERJ TV* SAU SPtCO. EttYQ l £A .*4 Proceed IMREXCE OF AR4BI4 itDwcaor i^RNMrioiir The third phase of the annual meeting will come at the end of the membership meeting when the new board of directors is convened to elect Community Chest officers for the coming year. The new board will also elect three new members to serve on the nine-member Chest budget committee. Agencies supported by contributions to the Community Chest include the YMCA, YWCA, Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, House of Neighborly Service, Salvation Army, Day Nursery and Family Service association. Mrs. Nott passes away at age of 78 Mrs. Mabelle Blanch Nott, 719 West Olive avenue, former secretary of the Redlands Y.W.C.A. died here today at the age of 78. Mrs. Nott was born in Lorraine, Ohio, and made her home in Redlands for 58 years. She was a member of the First Methodist church and active in Copa del Oro chapter of t h e Order of Eastern Star of which she was a past matron. She leaves two nieces, Mrs. Earl Bandy of Redlands and Mrs. Dorothy Cooley of Kauai, Hawaii. Funeral services will be Monday morning at 10:30 at the F. Arthur Cortner chapel, with Rev. Willard Schurr, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Entombment will be in the Mausoleum at Hillside Memorial Park. "Don't balloon to the moon. • i • 6< Stable La Carrera Field 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 o Come down to earth and play it safe. Save at Arrowhead Savings where accounts are insured by an agency of the Federal Government up to $10,000. Your money Will earn 4.85% interest compounded quarterly, together with daily interest and bonus interest. 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