Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 31, 1964 · Page 4
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4 - Friday, Jan. 31, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Trustees call for bids for Mariposa school The first steps lo create tliejthc K i m b c r I y clementaryiUlmer is designing fLc Jlari- physica] facilities for the newischool, according to Mr. Gibson.lposa school. Mariposa elementary school I Included in this first project | The Mariposa district ••— CITRUS OUTLOOK By W. A. Brunton Action on rezoning of west Yucaipa area delayed were taken by School Trustees " ,uuu ™ "»» "'*>• pi«j<-'«-i "«= u » u '" prifpc inched umvard thU.lmvrr nrirp<; for his nrndnct loe touuijr rwonms mmrais- lais area ] win be the development of thejereated last year and lies eastjj^ KJ,,^ S^™,"^ ^'tSezei™" due to the opposition of a be up-graded vault for electrical power, plus:of a line drawn from the free-. „„„,;„„„j ,,„„>,.,, „J „ (V ,„ „,,„„,. „,„„.„, ««„_iuuuiuei- vi piui last night when they authorized! Ras and water systems and ,iway along Margarita. ArborJ»S« fontaurf unaba^ the calling of bids for gradingiscwer system (septic tanks,'Westwood. Rossmont and Vallel Centra ' . C _ a , Uf °™ shippers, several. ears of average. \ SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — present light industrial zoning Action on a proposal to rezone to commercial zoning along the about 150 acres in the west Yu- frontage road and to zoning for caipa area was put off until single family dwellings for the j Feb. 27 at the Thursday session : rest. of the County Planning Commis- 1 "This area in general should for residential ^ft cr ! number of property owners in j use," Pfulb said. will have to be used since this school is outside the city.) AH utilities for Mariposa school will be underground in conformity with agreements and for construction of the first nine classrooms. Bids for both projects will be opened on Feb. 24. The hope is to have the classrooms completed in time for the startjmade with Nine Points, Inc. at of school next September. Bill Gibson, assistant superintendent for business, said the nine classrooms will include toilet facilities and will provide) more than enough room for all students who currently live within the Mariposa district. The new classrooms will be almost identical in appearance to the classroom buildings at Vista. •The youngsters woo live in , , . _ .. .. , the district arc currently bussed "' u ™ ^^i 1 ^ to Smiley school. l 0ran S e Administrative Commit The opposition came princi- were o u t of prorate by mid-'prices the orange grower is go-j Neil Pfulb, county planningjpally from owners of land along week and, as suggested in thisiing to be fortunate if he is able j director, reminded the commis-j the frontage road. But there was Next fall, if Mariposa isn't quite finished by the start of the time the 8.8 acre site was'the school year, these students! . acquired. I will be bussed to available- nct by Mr. Gibson said additionallclassrooms elsewhere for the in- buildings on the Mariposa sitejterim period, will be put out for bid just as; However, Mr. Gibson said the! soon as plans can be prepared Mariposa pupils will be kept in and approved. The next two | separate classes with their own tee held a "telephone meeting' on Wednesday and voted to in­ to pay expenses this year, far! s ' on that it had initiated the less realizing a profit* j zone change hearing, so that the In another move, the Navel j ,and w ° uld conform with the Orange Administrative Commit-! zom . ng A or adjacent properties. crease the prorate in that dis-|tee voted yesterday to increase The 150 acres under consider- buildings are expected to be a multipurpose building and an administrative building. Redlands architect C. Paul teachers and will be moved to the new building as a unit with' out disruption of their education. Collett asks for better entrance to Redlands SAN BERNARDINO (CSS)— Another . trial on dog leash law Harold R. Hartwick. 1-M0 Cameo drive, pleaded not guilty to violation of the city's dog Second graders from Franklin visit P.O. cars to accomodate;the quantity of size 180s thati atl0n are between the southerly the heavy volume of orders; C an be shipped in domestic Prolongations of 16th and 18th coming in. channels from ten to fifteen per !|5 eet , s - Js0 . u,h1 .. 0 " Highway 99. The prorate in Southern Cali- cent of a shippers weekly allot- i ^/ a ° d ^ s „_ b Jf ec . t ™.f ast and fornia was also increased byiment. While the demand fori*'! 5 . 1 b * FIorld . a street 50 cars, but in this immediate area prorate is no problem. While shippers had all the business they could handle, the bottleneck here was picking, not prorate. The shortage of qualified pickers has been a major problem for local shippers since the beginning of the current season. The fact so much of the this size has been extremely ac-!, Th <; commission proposal w;as live due to the limited prorate! to chan 8 e the zonin 6 from its in Southern California up to this time many observers question the wisdom of this action. When shipments reach their peak in March and April it is feared the quantity of these small sizes will have an adverse effect on the whole price struc- The City of Redlands deserves leash law and asked for a court a better entrance along U. S. jtriai yesterday. Highway 99 from Riverside] Justice Court Judge Ben G County, the County Planning Alexander set Hartwick's trial Commission decided Thursday, for February 5. Six other court Commissioner Will C. Collett,(trials relating to the leash law of Redlands, told commission- J have been scheduled for that ers that there are a number of unsightly signs on the Riverside side of the county line and illegal uses of land on the San Bernardino side. "But we can't do anything about the mess in Riverside," he said. Arthur Allen, planning department technician, enumerated the violations in the area, and Collet urged that action be taken to make those violation conform to the law. One violation involved a second-hand furniture store that displayed its day. Plans sought for definite Civic Center program Definite boundaries and standards for a Civic Center District were called for by the city Planning Commission this week., J i • j ., , ,i The Commission directed the goods outside the building, and , anning s(aff ,„ an J""* i "area definition of Redlands another concerned the yard" appearance of property owned by a trucking company. Prosecution of violations was then ordered by the commission. * Kit WtST COAST THiATlt • 121 Cojon Sir™ . Pr.TSjjTl Wed. Miss Fortune Starts 6:50 p.m. Thurs., Fri., Mon. & Tues. 7 p.m. Sat. and Sun. Cont. from 2 p.m. Adult Entertainment ERSCH COtlPWIY-. EWttD IWPB50H — jaen mm [£MM0N MaelME BILLYWILOER-S THIS it rot ADULTS ONLY iRMa u Dovec Also — In Color Susan Hayward "STOLEN HOURS" Civic Center district and to formulate development standards to protect the atmosphere of the district. Although a Civic Center is designated on the city's General Plan, the Planning Commission has no control over its develop! ment beyond the existing zoning ordinance. Creation of a defi- inile Civic Center District would | give the Commission authority [to review ail buildings and ; stmctures located within the dis- jtrict. ! Planning Director W. C. jSchindlcr pointed out that the ! basic zoning and uses permitted | within the district would not be changed. I The Civic Center district generally includes the area from the City Hall, the A. K. Smiley ! Public Library, the Redlands Bowl, the Post Office, the County Building and Safety Hall Thirty five children in Mrs. Neva's Sawyer's second grade at Franklin School recently received membership cards in the Junior Postal Service. The class visited the Redlands Post Office on an educational study trip. Pupils met Postmas ter Daniel J. Stanton and assistant Postmaster Donald Anderson. Ernest J. Danielson Jr. guided the group through the Post Office. The children were thrilled to see the package which they had earlier, come sailing down the chute. \ new Sam Houston stamp was purchased and placed on a letter to one of the children's grandmother in Indiana. The following children participated: Terry Beckwith, Gary Bierma, Tommy Cone, Allan Huffstatler, Russell Fox, Stanley Huffman, David Lara, Frankie Llamas, Butch Luce, Eddie Moledor. Kenny Rascher, Guy Reed, Randy Riggs, Donnie Snyder, Neil Thompson, Albert Torres, Brad Wirth, Barry White, Wayne Yerton, Steven Harris. Lorna Bevier, Tracy Brandenberger, Debra Corrigan, Laurie Grover, Holly Hardisty, Esther Martinez, Patty McLaughlin Sandra Moreno, Laura Pond. Isabel! Rodriquez, Ivy Shamblin, Pamala Steele, K a t h y Stephens, J o d i Wallace, and Adrienne Wise. Adults accompanying the class besides their teacher were, Mrs. Claude C. Thompson Jr. and Mrs. Mary Covington. fruit is too small to pack and;ture. In normal years Navel or- Anti-Rumford act petitions filed at Courthouse support for commercial zoning from property owners who felt their businesses could be hurt by new ventures not compatible with their own projects. Gordon Utter, who said he op S. C. scientist raps leaders for decisions must be diverted to the proces sing plants means that packing houses must pick a great deal more fruit than they normally would to get out their weekly allotments. Picking is an extremely slow and costly process this season. Due to the very small sizes a picker can only pick about half the number of boxes he would pick if the fruit were the normal size. Since, the law requires that workers must be paid a minimum wage, the price per box paid the picker has skyrocketed along with other related costs in the field. These factors coupled with much Dr. Salfman to speak at USC alumni dinner SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Show Starts 6:30 P. M. — All Drive-Ins TRICITY DRIVE-IN f -J • B T Cotton and-Redlandt'/jjj F'»j E»it L. "na Lmda"—Ph 796-0777- Fox California Theatre 562 W. 4th St., San Bdno. Cont. 2 P.M.- TU 92678 Robert Mitchum Barry Sullivan "MAN IN THE MIDDLE" Co-Hit! "Surf Party" BASELINE DRIVE-IN P-nr L>e — HJffMand F-„> '•a'-ibama''—Ph. 458-8136' ; NEW CREST THEATRE Sth & "E" Sts. San Bdno. Cont. 12:30 - TU 8-4247 Suspense! Chills! Thrills! "CHILDREN OF THE DAMNED" Co-Hit! "Gladiator 7" Red Barn Dinner House Invites You TO DANCE TO THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY KNIGHT TRIO SATURDAY NITE, FEB. 1st SERVING COMPLETE DINNERS STEAKS • SEAFOOD PRIME RIB OF BEEF COCKTAILS DINING ROOM HOURS: SAT. & SUN., 12 NOON TIL? WEEK DAYS — 5 P.M. 'TIL? Closed Wed. All Day — Open Thurs. at 5 P. M. SUNDAY ENJOY THE MUSIC OF STANLEY PIERCE, Organist Oak Glen Road (Between Wilshire Applt Houst & Los Rios Ranch) Oak Glen, Yucaipa, Calif. PHONE 797-0640 Lukei tells Realtors of many classes At their regular weekly meeting Wednesday morning, the Redlands Board of Realtors heard Phil Lukei, Chairman of the Educational Committee, stress the importance of taking advantage of the wide variety of courses on all phases of Real Estate given in the surrounding schools. The Redlands High School Evening School, San Bernardino Valley College, and University of California at Riverside besides the private schools all have courses beginning next week. It was stressed that it is important for brokers and salesmen alike to avail themselves of these opportunities to learn more of the intricacies of the profession. Robert Van Roekel, chairman of t h e 701 Study Committee, brought the Realtors up to date on the findings of the committee and the consultants they have hired. He emphasized their conviction that it is vital that downtown be kept the regional center. However, he urged that in order to do so, land costs must be kept down. Dr. Paul Saltman, associate professor of biochemistry, and Vern Wolfe, track coach, will keep their University of South- em California inland alumni posted at a dinner Wednesday (Feb. 5). Dr. Saltman will speak on "Human Values in the Age- of Science." Wolfe, whose Trojans repeated last year as a many- times winner of the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) championship, will dis cuss this year's prospects. The dinner is sponsored by the Inland Empire USC Club Reservations are being taken in San Bernardino by Dr. James Willis, 886-1214; in Riverside by A. R. Theal, 683-0241, a n d in Redlands by Norman Hawes, 793-5654. The social hour will start at 6:30, the dinner at 7:30. The San Bernardino Elks Club is at 466 W. Fourth street. The Club will elect 1964 officers at the dinner. i anges of this size are not con sidered merchantable and are either diverted to by-products or exported, but due to the heavy volume of them this sea son a percentage has been permitted in domestic fresh fruit channels. The auction index last week showed a good gain while the shipping point averaged regi stered a slight improvement. A total of 147 cars sold in the eight auction markets at prices averaging $3.40 per carton delivered, up 19 cents from the preceding week. Total sales in all channels last week came to 1204 cars which brought prices, averaging $2.66 per carton] F.O.B. shipping point. This was a gain of 4 cents per carton over the week before. By way of comparison, for the corresponding week last year, the average was $3.51, or 85 cents higher than this year. Prorate for next week has been set at 900 cars from Central California and 400 from the south. This compares to 1025 cars from the north this week and 375 from the south. Some Valencias are now moving from the desert areas but these are moving without regulation. - The world's basic problems are .rooted in science and technology, from which their solutions must come. But too many of those who are "calling the shots" on the world scene today are acting on emotion and | not from scientific knowledge, Anti-Rumford Act petitions a. USC scientist told the Uni carrying signatures of 18.132jversity's Inland Empire Alumni county residents were filed withjClub, meeting Wednesday night the County Registrar of Voters!at the San Bernardino Elks erates a contracting business on the frontage road, between 16th and 17th, presented a petition asking that all the Frontage road land be left zoned for light industry. He was backed by E. N. Holt, Arlie Alverson. Mary Feddersen, Geraldine Goddard, and Kenneth Lee. Support for commercial zoning was voiced by Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Post, who own a motel, and Leah Teal, who has an antique shop. "There are so many people, so many uses, so many objections and so many angles to all this," said Committioner Will C. Collett, "that I think we should re-study the whole matter." Commissioners then closed their hearing and agreed to reach a decision on Feb. 27. Some of them will inspect the area, and they will hear a staff report. But no additional testimony will be taken from the public at that time. today, The initiative petitions were submitted about 10 a.m. by San Bernardino Realtors Robert L. Henley and Donald E. Shepherd Club. Dr. Paul Saltman, USC professor of biochemistry, strongly, criticized governmental leaders' who make value judgments in Personnel in the Registrar of, such areas as the use of atomic Voters Office were to start the job of verifying the signatures today, Filing of the petitions is part of a state-wide initiative campaign sponsored by the California Real Estate Association to nullify the state's Fair Hous ing Law commonly known as the Rumford Act. The Fair Housing Law pro hibits discrimination in housing for reasons of race, color, religion or national origin. Similar petitions have been circulated and filed in counties throughout the state. I If enough signatures are ob-j LONDON (UPI) — Scribbled j tained — about 500,000 — there! on { he back of a dust-smeared j power, problems of population, environment pollution and many others, when they are not fully informed. The world's leaders are not! alone with this responsibility,) Dr. Saltman declared. "Thej time must come when it will be a matter of conscience for every citizen to be informed. It is the citizen who must make the first value judgment when! he selects his leaders in a democracy. NEW SONG TITLE '61 MERCURY Commuter Station Wagon. Automatic transmission, radio, heater, power steering, etc. (HWT 278) $1795 will be a statewide vote on the Rumford Act in the November general election. gasoline tank-truck was the in-; scription, "What Kind of Fuel Am I?" '5? MERCURY Commuter Station Wagon. Well equipped. Nice thru- out. (PYC 267). $1295 Bloomington residents seek to form city Petitions calling for the in corporation of Bloomington were filed yesterday with the County Clerk's Office. The petitions — 85 of them • will be forwarded to t h e County Supervisors on Monday and arc expected to be re ferred for a determination on whether they arc sufficient. If they do contain enough signatures, the proposal whill then go to the Local Agency Forma tion Commission. DON'T DROP OUT WASHINGTON (UPH-Eight! years of schooling is now the minimum standard for those able to understand and communicate adequately in the working world, the U.S. Office of Education reports. Until recently, the standard had been set at five years. 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 Come to Garvey Motors PLYM0UTHLAND For The Biggest Value Surprise Of 1964 See and Test Drive the Lowest Priced V-8 in the industry . . . New VALIANT V-8 Available In All Body Models Protected by the Chrysler Corp.'s Famous 5 Yr. 50,000 Mile Warranty . . . No Extra Cost 40 New Cars in Stock Make Your Choice! Our 2 BIG LOTS are loaded with select NEW CAR TRADE-INS GARVEY MOTORS PLYMOUTHLAND 415 Orange 793-2323 VISIT OUR 2nd BIG USED CAR LOT 7th & Redlands Blvd., 793-4982 BERT S. HATFIELD Buick . . . REDLANDS We now hove on outstanding group of New Car Trade-ins. It will be a pleasure to show you these fine cars. 1963 OLDS F-85 Deluxe Station Wagon Automatic, radio, heater, 2 tone paint. Big motor. Only 3,500 actual miles. 1963 BUICK Riviera Fully equipped with everything including factory air conditioner. Like new in every way. Sold and serviced by us. SAVE A LOT OF MONEY ON THIS ONE! 1962 TEMPEST LeMANS Sport Coupe Stick shift, radio, heater. Local car, very clean. 1962 CHEVROLET II 4-Door Nova Sedan. Near new. • 1961 BUICK Invicta 2-Door Hardtop. Power steering, heater, etc. Local one- owner car. Sold new by us. • 1961 OPEL 2-Ooor Sedan. A nice one. • 1960 RAMBLER 4 Dr. Hardtop Custom Automatic, heater, whitewalls, etc. Very low mileage. • 1959 FORD RANCH WAGON Stick shift. Very clean local wagon. 1959 FORD 2 Door Victoria Automatic, power steering and brakes, radio, heater, whitewalls. Very clean, local one owner car. A beautyl 1959 THUNDERBIRD A well equipped nice car. 1956 THUNDERBIRD 2-Passenger Classic. Fully equipped with air conditioner and removable top. An unusually clean local car '61 COMET 2 Door Automatic, radio, heater, red vinyl interior. ClOOC (HTU 778) '61 COMET 2 Dr. Sedan Stick shift. ClAQE (HUE 825) ^IU73 '60 DODGE Phoenix 2 Dr, Hardtop. Radio, heater, auto mafic, power steering. (PXK 057) * 1373 '60 VOLKSKWAGEN Sedan Real sharp! Economical transportation. CIOQC (KCP 505) '63 RAMBLER 4 Dr. Station Wagon. Bucket seats, radio, heater, automatic, £OJLQC etc. (OKH 168).... V*w3 '61 PLYMOUTH, 4-Door. Air. (KBL 360) Belvedere $1395 '58 BUICK 4 Door C70C Riviera. (OPZ 370) ^#73 '61 MERCURY 4 Dr. Hard top. Air condi- ClOOC tioned. (HWT 370) ^1773 '59 FORD THUNDERBIRD, Power and air. CO IOC (LTH 883) .. . ?Al73 '59 PLYMOUTH 4 Dr. Custom Station CI HOC Wagon. (HTM 380) * IU73 '61 FORD Vi Ton Pickup Stick shift, low C1COC mileage. (G23 818) ^1373 '59 STUDEBAKER 2-Dr. Sedan Deluxe. Little red jewel, recent new engine. CJLOC (HUE 806) 3073 '63 LINCOLN Continental Beautiful white, fully equipped, dream car, (NYX 605) .... $5395 '63 COMET V8 Custom 2-Dr. Sedan. Radio, heater, automatic. Like new. C930K (HUF 835) 3A373 '58 OPEL 2-Dr. Sedan Economical 4 cylinder, owner, real sharp, (HTS 640) One $795 ioofo'jjg lor a Good Transportation Car? $345 $195 $195 $295 1955 MERCURY Coupe 1956 PONTIAC 4-Door 1953 OLDSMOBILE Power steering. .. 1955 FORD V-8 Station Wagon Big BUICK BLOCK Dial 793-3238 East Redlands Blvd. From 7th to Sth, Redlands '56 PLYMOUTH Station Wagon 4-Dr. Radio, heater, auto mafic. CXOC (HUA 556) 3073 '59 RAMBLER Super 2-Dr. Radio, heater, over- COOC drive. (KAV 258). 3073 '62 CHEVROLET Nova 400 Super Sport 2 Dr. Hardtop Bucket seats, radio, heater, automatic, etc. CO IOC (ODT 933) 3 *1 73 Jim Glaze Incorporated LINCOLN — MERCURY — COMET 420 W. Redlands Blvd. 793-2141 NO SUNDAY SELLING — But Toa mre Welcome ta Browie Oar Biz Lot:

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