Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 30, 1964 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, January 30, 1964
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Local Notes 24 Hour Furnace Service Call Ed Sampson, 794-1130. j White Stag Ski Pants Non-stretch, reg. $15.95; sale $7.95. Pratt Bros. 651 E. Citrus. x Basketball Cope junior high meets Redlands junior high at 3:30 p.m. tomorrow in the Rcdlands high boys gym. Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x Paul and Vesta Schaefer present the finest in cut flowers and blooming plants, lovely corsages at Hockridge Florist, 106 W. State, Flowerfone 793- j 1331. x Echo II Visible Echo II will rise in the south about 5:55 p.m. today. At 6:01 p.m. it will be east of Redlands. 84 degrees above the horizon. It will continue on a northerly course, being visible for about eight minutes if the sky hap pens to be clear enough. Lauranee Nowak becomes city council candidate Redlands Daily Facts Thurs, Jan. 30, 1964 — 5 A surprise candidate popped- up in the City Council political arena today when chemical engineer Laurance H. Nowak joined previously declared candidates in obtaining nomination papers. Nominating petitions were al- mayor in last year's Youth in [pointed to the Council in Aug- City Government Day. just, 1962, is facing his first Nowak and his wife, Elaine,!election campaign. reside at 1525 Marilyn lane. The prospective candidate was not available for comment by press time today. Either Nowak or George D. Ellis, 303 Franklin, so taken for a two-man slate | will circulate the petition, to be supported by the Voters'! Loughney. a leader in the Committee against Compulsory Rubbish Collection. Col. Paul 51. Jacobs (USAF, ret.), chairman of the Voters" Committee, picked up the peti movement to repeal the compulsory rubbish collection ordinance also was not available for comment. The petition for Jack Cum­ in addition to the two Council seats, the positions of city clerk and city treasurer will be decided in the April election Both jobs offer a four-year term. The incumbents to the tw elected city positions, City Clerk Haze! M. Soper and City Treasurer Marion Poyzer, an nounced today that they would seek re-election. They will cir- tions at City Hall shortly be -Jmings will be circulated by Wil -Jculate their own nomination fore noon. He identified one ofiliam J. Moore. He and other papers. the committee's candidates as members of the Cummingsj Mrs. Soper also issued a re Joseph R. Loughney, 925 Alvar-j committee appeared at City! minder today that February ado street, but did not identifyjHall shortly after 8 a.m. to ob-jis the deadline for filing peti the second candidate. jtain 10 separate nominating tions for initiative measures to Earlier in the day, the city j petitions. Although each mem-'be placed on the city ballot clerk had issued the necessary i bcr will circulate one of the I The only known initiativ nominating papers to incura-1 petitions, only the one circu-i movement is the one being bent William T. Hartzell and to'lated by Moore c a n be filed PTA Circus The Parent Teacher Association in Kingsbury school pre sentcd the John Strong Circus a 10-member group nominating University of Redlands administrator Jack B. Cummings. But Nowak, a 44-year-old en- with the city clerk. "We want to get 10 signa tures on all the petitions as evidence of waged by the Voters' Commit' tee Against Compulsory Rub bish Collection in a vigorous effort to repeal the compulsory the support for!ordinance, jgineer at Space TechnologyiCummings," a spokesman for! The city clerk also stated i Laboratories at Norton AFB.ithe committee said. !that nomination papers must be | was the big surprise of the day. j Later in the morning, Coun-lfiled by noon on February 20 as a benefit for its aid fund;He is the father of 1962 Red- cilman Hartzell picked up aland that the deadline for voter after school today. Tomorrow itjlands High graduate Larry!petition which he will circulate;registration is 5 p.m. of the will be presented at Lugonia school. Lincoln PTA Mexican Dinner Feb. 1, cafeteria Lincoln school. Adults, $1.25, children, 75c. x Confused?? Anyone wishing to contact Jeanette Dobmeier of Jeanette's Permanent Wave Salon, call 792-2840. x Aldridge Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Surel L. Aldridge were held Wednesday at 11:30 a.m. from the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints. Bishop R. D. Anderson, Cecil W. Nickles and Winston A. MacDonald, officiated. Burial was at Valhalla Memorial Park, No. Hollywood, Calif., Emmerson Redlands Mor tuary in charge. Senn Funeral Funeral services for Oscar W. Senn were held Wednesday at 10 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel, Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church officiated. Pallbearers were: Ralph Valdez, Louis Valdez, Matthew Bradley, James Richter, James Ware, Almon Shutt. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge, Nowak, who participated as'on his own behalf. Hartzell, ap-'same day. Planners favor ban on utility poles, lines Those utility poles and lines that clutter up Redlands' scenic beauty may be legislated out of existence. The city Planning Commission this week expressed unanimous support for the drafting of an ordinance that would require developers of new subdivisions to place their utility lines under ground, and out of sight. Planning Director W. C. Schindler reported that a "break through in underground utilities" had drastically reduced the economic factor which has discouraged Lite placing of power cables and telephone lines below ground. He stated that the Southern California Edison company had perfected a prefabricated conduit which reduces the cost of underground installation to be tween $100 and $200 a lot, and where the terrain is favorable down to $50 per lot. "We are now to the place where we can make underground utilities compulsory in our residential zones," he declared. Palm Springs already has such an ordinance. The Commission authorized Schindler to make arrangements with the Edison company for the planners to view a slide program explaining the Prefabricated Conduit in Duct (PCD) pro gram. The PCD cable was partially used in the Nine Point subdivi sion in southeast Redlands. The Monte Vista Estates subdivision built at West Crescent and Serpentine drive by Art Gregory, Jr., several years ago has tin derground utilities, but not of the PCD type. There was no formal action taken on the preparation of an ordinance making installation of underground utilities compulsory. Louise Beguelin buys Kristy's women's shop Alan Ladd dead PALM SPRINGS, Calif. (UPI) — Alan Ladd, the tight-lipped, scrappy little hero of more than 40 movies, is dead at the age of 50 of an apparent heart attack. The blond film star died in his sleep at his home here Wednesday. Weather Dec. 30 Dec 31 Jan. 1 .. Jan. 2 _ Jan. 3 _ Jan. 4 . Jan. S Jan. 6 _ Jan. 7 _ Jan. R „ Jan. 9 _ - Jan. 10 Jan. 11 _ Jan. 12 .. Jan. 13 _ Jan. 14 . Jan. is . Bainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hours *on 70 .. SO 84 71 70 71 69 67 67 . 62 65 62 60 64 63 56 Jan. 16 67 Jan. 17 . Jan. 18 . Jan. 19 . Jan. 20 . Jan. 21 . Jan. 22 . Jan. 23 . Jan. 24 . Jan. 25 . Jan. 28 . Jan. 27 . Jan. 38 . . 64 . 51 . 57 . 61 . 53 . 54 . 54 . 61 . 67 . S3 . 70 . 70 Jan. 29 70 Jan. 30 70 45 40 45 41 43 33 as S3 33 33 31 33 38 35 35 46 43 33 47 41 34 35 36 36 38 38 39 .02 .11 .78 .72 6.50 6.61 7.39 E.ll Announcement of Services SCHUNK. George E. 10:00 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel LAIRD, James S. 10:00 a.m. Friday Yucaipa Chapel PASSFIELD, Jesse H. 2:00 p.m. Friday Yucaipa Chapel ELLIS, Mrs. Nellie E. 11:00 a.m. Saturday Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park ABBOTT, Edward, a.k.a. GORMONT, John A. 10:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 IROOKSIDE AVE. 793-244) For almost 20 years known as Kristy's. the women's apparel shop, at 113 Orange street, is now known as Louise's and is owned and managed by Louise (Mrs. Harry) Beguelin, long time resident of Redlands. Mrs. Beguelin plans to con tinue to offer a complete line of wardrobe items, including sportswear, casual and leisure wear, coats, late afternoon dresses, sweaters, swimwear, lingerie, bags and jewelry. Lono E. and Barbara Chns- tensen, owners of Kristy's in Redlands and another store in Banning, will continue the management of their Banning business, but will remain Redlands residents. 1 Mrs. Beguelin will continue to be assisted by Donna (Mrs.i Kenneth) Witham and Phvllis 1 (Mrs. Howard) Pruden and a new member of the store personnel, Susan (Mrs. Leonard) Delaney. The wife of Mr. Beguelin who is the local Oldsmobile dealer. Louise (Underbill) was educated in Redlands schools and graduated from Rcdlands High school. At one time she was employed for six years as bookkeeper by oaarr LOUISE BEGUELIN the Redlands Daily Facts. In later years she was employed as office manager, bookkeeper and accountant by Redlands Orange Growers Association. She and Mr. Beguelin make their home at 1027 Fletcher street. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Jan. 30 (UP!) —Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sit 72s 88s 113s First grade 4.54 4.43 3.78 3.59 lMs 1(3s 180s First grade 3.72 3.73 3.75 Trend: Higher in spots. NEW YORK (UPI) — Citrus California navels, nine cars % boxes $3.65. Announcement of Funeral Services THEODORE DIENST Services 11:00 a.m., Saturday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. WILL L. FOWLER Services 11:00 a.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cornier Chapel. F. ARTHUR C0RTNER 221 BROOKSWOt. PYMfll Voters' group works to get signatures The Voters* Committee Against Compulsory Rubbish Collection will make a final effort to obtain signatures on in itative petitions this weekend, it was announced. A special table for signing the petitions win be set up at Stater Bros. Market at North Orange and Colton avenue tomorrow and Saturday, according to Mrs. Lawrence Osborn. The petitions will also be available for signing at the Save-U-More service station at North Orange and Brockton avenue Saturday and Sunday from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. The Voters' Committee expects to file the petitions with the city clerk's office before p.m. Tuesday. If the signatures are sufficient, the city will be forced to include the compulsory collection measure on the April 14 municipal ballot. WIIXIAM G. MOORE, Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (excec 1 Sunday at Facts building. 700 Brook side at Center. Redlands, California Founded October 23, 1890, 74th year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE •In Advancel Br Carrier Dtlivery One Month Ibree Months Six Months Ont Tear One Month One lear Br Mail . J 1_W _ 4.3H - 16 .411 ..S 1.5H N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks recovered from Wednesday's retreat and scored a modest gain today. Electronics, chemicals, and airline shares were in the limelight. IBM recovered nearly all of Wednesday's 10 -point decline but then began easing back near the close. Control Data moved ahead smartly. RCA and Wymo Industries scored lesser gains. Steels were mixed. Ford paced a firm motors section. United Air Lines advanced after directors raised the dividend to 37li cents from 12Vi cents. The company paid dividends of 37V4 cents in 1957 but was forced to cut the rate to YLVi cents to meet the cost of converting to jet planes. Trans World Airlines advanced on earnings news. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 788.35 778.88 783.44 up 0.84 20 rrs 183.38 180.95 181.94 off 0.17 15 utl 140.40 139.03 139.68 off 0.10 65 stk 275.50 272.23 273.73 up 0.07 Sales today were about 4.23 million shares compared with 4.45 million shares Wednesday.! 15 Most AetlTO Stocks (Dow-Jones Service. Courtesy Lester. Byons A Co.) 20S E. Stale Volume Close ChnE 132 .S0O B.C.A. I <rt) S««, IJO.IOfl Sprrry Bind 19 — K.1,400 R.C.A. 108 'i — 53.41)0 Xrrox _ M'a +!»• 53.300 Ceneral Motors - 79 + H 51JM10 Ford 60<i + »» 46,900 Chrysler 3S »i — »< 40.900 West. Elee. 3Hi — %z 39,100 Colo. F. * t. 14 onch. SS.S0O Control Data. SS 'l -fS»» 37,000 Belene Curtis - - *?>• - n 29,600 Amer. Toil. Za>> + V, 29.400 Pennm. BJC S94i -f. s. -S.XOO St. OU NJ. 5**o — », 26,000 V.S. Steel 537i ~ % EAGER CAMPAIGNERS - First in line ot City Hall this morning to take out nominating petitions for City Council candidate Jack B. Cummings were members of a committee supporting his election. Redlands High football coach Frank Serrao, left, receives nominating papers from City Clerk Hazel Soper, seated right, while committee members larry Hendon, Mrs. Nancy Stacey, Mrs. Roberta Gaston and Mrs. Lorelei Richards get instructions on circulating the petitions. (Daily Facts photo by Ron Kibby) Vital Records BIRTHS SULTZBAUGH — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. John Sultz- baugb, 2010 Capri avenue Mentone, Jan. 20, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED GULLEY-STEPHENS — Cledith T. Gulley, 25, Redlands; and Barbara A. Stephens, 25, San Bernardino. (Issued in Las Vegas) SCHAEFER - REYNOLDS — Richard Arthur Schaefer, 22, and Marjorie Jean Reynolds, 18; both Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) DEATHS GORMONT — Died in San Bernardino, Calif., Jan. 26. 1964 John A. Gormont aka Edward Abbott, 201i W. Redlands boulevard, Redlands, Calif., aged 72 years, native of Kan and resident of Redlands. Decased is survived by his sisters: Dona Gormont, Oxnard Calif.; Mrs. John Highland, Wichita Falls, Texas, stepson, Frank Barnes, Redlands; cousin, Hazel Edenfield, Yucaipa. Funeral services will be held Monday 10:00 a.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel, Rev. Jack Mott eiler, pastor of the Brookside Free Methodist church, officiating. Private entombment in Hillside Mausoleum cemetery. PASSFIELD — Died in Yu caipa, Calif., Jan. 28, 1964 Jesse Hayes Passfield, 12408 Bryant street, Yucaipa, aged 86 years, native of England and resident of Yucaipa for 13 years. Deceased is survived by his nieces: Edith M. Swartz, Yu caipa; Frances Sanders of Pe oria. 111., - Gertrude Ferryman. Brocton, N.Y.; Grace O'Neill Playa Del Ray. Calif.; Gertrude McDuff, Lcpher Hills, Florida; Florence Laughlin, Monterey Park, Calif.; Evelyn Gebhardt, West Falls N.Y.; and Edith Klouda, Huntington Beach, Calif. Funeral services will be held Friday at 2:00 p.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapeL Yucaipa Lodge 726 •"&AM officiating. Cremation Montecito Memorial Park. Crowds increase at DMV office as deadline nears With just Va days left to get 1964 automobile registration renewals before the Feb. 4 deadline, traffic began to build up around the Redlands Department of Motor Vehicles office today. Earlier this week, it was pos sible to walk into the office and obtain routine renewals with no wait whatsoever. The only lines that formed were at the special window for problem registrations and transfers. Now, however, it is antici pated that there will be some lineups even for the routine registration using the cards obtained by mail from Sacramento. The Redlands DMV office is located on North Center street, a half block north of Brookside avenue. It is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. It has also been open for regi-i strations and drivers licenses! on Saturday mornings during this renewal period. This Saturday, Feb. 1, will H/no week to be annual event in Redlands Hino Week will become an annual part of Redlands'' calendar of activities, according to Sister City Committee'plans revealed this week. Scheduled for the early part of May, the Hino Week program will coincide with the important boys day festival in Japan. Events under consideration include flag flying, store displays, a friendship dinner, the exchange of letters and proclamations with Hino, and the climax of a city-wide committee membership drive. Hino Week is part of a planned schedule of events adopted by the Sister City Committee. Most immediate activity will be the promotion of a schools wl% month, during which the Com-ju'ork 0 f a three-man team com — loosed of Sister City Chairman be the last date when the office j Col. Joseph G. Wogen, Vice- will be open on Saturday from Chairman William O. Ahlborn 8 a.m. to noon. land Lt. Col..George F. Ruff. mittee will encourage contacts between Redlands and Hino schools, letter writing, art competitions, and the forwarding of class collections, such as yearbooks, pennants, pictures, and mementos. Later in the year, a "Write-a- Letter'' campaign and the announcement of the individual citizen or group who has made the greatest contribution to the sister city program are planned. Also at the meeting, the Sister City Committee approved a statement of purpose and objectives. Designed to clarify and formalize the duties and responsibilities of the executive committee and the various sub-committees, the statement was the STUART E. POWER EASTMAN DILLON, UNION SECURITIES & Co. MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 6290 Magnolia Ave., Riverside (Plaza) Dial Operator (Toil-Free) for Zenith 7-8500 m ^Ask for our O-T-C Review ^^^^^^^^^^^ c-Mc -r->: j r->x <'K< C *x<->r K , >:-:-:< Xv>X '>>:-r cv >:->:->>^>^>>r.*' Brookside Avenue Rounds, CaCforma "W* 793-2441 « Dear friends, Two little girls stopped at the curb. They looked both ways before crossing the street. We just witnessed this occurrence, and it shows that these little girls have been coached by someone, probably parents and teachers, to be careful about traffic. Now if we can impress drivers to be more careful, our safety problems would be largely solved. Respectfully, WHO'S GOT THE LUXURY SPORTS CAR WITH THE MISERLY GAS APPETITE? HATFIELD BUICK East- Redlands Blvd. Between 7th and 8th THAT'S WHO! We've got economy cars and we've got luxury cars but the real news is that we've got an economy-luxury car — the mighty Buick Wildcat. It's true! In class I of the 1964 Pure Oil Performance Trials at Daytona Beach, a Wildcat with 340 h.p. Wildcat V-8 engine and Super Turbine "400" transmission topped the class in miles per gallon, even edging a couple of stick-shift jobs with overdrive. (It was a finely-tuned production car with an expert driver, but so were the others.) Who ever thought economy and performance like this came in one package? We did, and so did every Wildcat owner. Find out how much fun Wildcat-ing can be. Drive the Amazing Bukk Wildcat How During Sports Car Rally llae at East Redlands Blvd. Between 7th & 8th Streets

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