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Redlands, California
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Local Nofes White) Stag Ski Pants Non-stretch, reg. S15.95; sale. $7.95. Pratt Bros. 631 E. Citrus. x Sav« February 29th You will probably be asked to attend the Elks Charity Ball, x Bike Licenses The next-to-last bicycle licensing clinic will be held at Frank- Jin elementary school on Colton avenue tomorrow from 9 a.m. to noon. A city ordinance re- 50 beds to be added Community hospital speeds expansion Expansion project of Redlands | rooms on the outside. No pa- Community Hospital took a ma jor step forward last night when the hospital board authorized Herman Rhunau and Associates architects, to proceed with work- quires that all bicycles in the | j ng drawings to add facilities for community bear city licenses. 50 more pa tjent beds. These cost $1.50 but are good The project is estimated to for three years. Redlands po- cos t m0 re than $l-million. lice Sgt. Grady Sharp is inj Two towers, one circular and one nearly square, will house the new rooms and provide service facilities. The towers will be either five or seven stories in height depending upon building Try the Country Kitchen! A1-;costs at the time bids are re-j so food to go. 1265 Brookside. x ceived. charge of the registrations. 24 Hour Furnace Service Call Ed Sampson, 794-1130. Dining Out? tient room door is more than 20 feet from the nurses station." "The hospital board, the medical staff building committee, and hospital administrators have worked with Ross Garrett Associates, nationally known hospital consultants, in developing the preliminary plans. Many hospitals are adopting the circular design, because of the improved care that if affords and we believe the design will give Redlands outstanding hospital facilities," Mr. Moore said The second tower, which will be connected to the circular tow- i The towers will be south-!er, will house elevators, treat- Car Burned j east of ^ prcsen t building andlment rooms, and space for sup- The interior of a 1953-model a new entrance will face the!plies and utilities. The ground car owned by Garvey Motors corncr 0 f Terracina boulevard!floor will provide space for the was gutted by fire about 9:26 and Fern avemic The addition p.m. yesterday, the Fire De-will be connected with the pres partment reported. The car was ent buildin b a covcrcd fa u . parked at the rear of a cafe at way Stuart and Orange street. j xhe first thrcc floors of (be Footlighters Casting ! ncw structures will be finished Additional try-outs for ihcl^d/he ones above floor three next Footlighter show, the|^ hcll . ed , m for Iat . cr P hascs ° f «>c mystery-comedy "A Shot in thc| hosm . tal expansion program. Dark", are scheduled for Sun-I "Circular design was approved day at 7:30 p.m. in the Grove b >' tnc board af,cr thorough Theatre, Vine street. Men of analysis, because it will make various ages are needed in par-| for better nursing care of pa- licular. There are also several; ticnts," said William G. Moore parts for women. Jodi Lugo is hospital president. "The nurses director. station will be in the center of the circle with the patients Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics, Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. x Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic building, 131 Cajon, open to public Monday through Friday from 10-5 and Saturday from 10-1. x Christian Businessmen Martin Stcinburg, Lockheed photographer, will be the featured speaker at tomorrow's 7 a.m. breakfast session of the Redlands Christian Businessmen's committee at Willard's. All men are invited. A 15-minute prayer service precedes the breakfast. Elks Family Night this Sat., Feb. 1. Dinner 6:30. Game time 8. x business office and visitor's lobby. Ground floor of the circular tower will be for an intensive care section where patients will receive care similar to that of private duty nursing, and a pediatrics section for care of children. The second and third floors will have 10 patient rooms each, all set up for two beds in a room. Each bed will be by a jHartzell, Poyzer | file election j petitions I Completed nomination peti ;tions for two incumbent candi- ] dates for public office have views of the valley and moun-jbeen filed with the City Clerk's tains from the rooms. | Office. The building will be fully air; Petitions circulated for City conditioned. i Councilman William T. Hart- As part of the program the' ze11 and City Treasurer Marion present kitchen and dining faci-.H- Poyzer were returned with Iities will be expanded into a: tn e maximum 10 signatures, cafetorium which will combineiTney wcre taken out yester- dining facilities and meeting'day. rooms. i Hartzell is one of four men The board authorized imme- seeking election to one of diate action on this and construe-'the two Council positions being tion will start as soon as draw-; contested. His nomination was ings arc completed and bidsjendorsed by Daniel N. McLeod, called for. 11346 Monterey; Donald S. Cum- Because of the rapid growth imings. 501 W. Crescent; Eliza- in the number of doctors prac-|beth Hooks, 1236 Columbia; Or- ticing at the hospital, the pres-j land J. Fowler, 1040 East Cit ent meeting room is inadequate, jrus. One of the requirements of ani And W. Eugene Malone, 14S0 accredited hospital, such as Red-! Ridge; Harry G. Suttner, 1330 lands, is that the medical staff ;W. Cypress; Oddie J. Martinez, meet regularly. So that t h e s e '.Jr.. 1022 I.awton: Richard L meetings can be properly con-jScott, 1501 W. Highland; Adolph ducted the board is expediting the cafetorium project ahead of the building of the towers. "Our hospital is running at ca-j At prese nt, Povzcr is uncon- pacity and its present 98 beds itestcd m nis bid to be returned Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Jan. 31,1964 - £ R. Schultz. Jr.. 102 6 College avenue and Jacob A. Levine, J131 Belmont Court. to the city treasurer position. His petition was circulated by Franklin D. Postle, 1349 La The new attendance area boundaries for the three junior high schools in the Redlands Unified School district were approved without any public opposition by Trustees last night with are barely able to handle the demands of the area," Mr. Moore said. "We are movingl ahead on the expansion as rap-iLorna drive, and was signed by idly as possible and will do ev-;p os ti e an d Lloyd D. Yount, 604 crything we can to see that ad-i East Mariposa; John Van window. Many new features thatjtlit'onal patient beds are avail-iM ouwer j c k. 645 Sunnysidc: Od- will add to patient comfort are | able within the next year. We I die J. Martinez, Jr., 1022 Law- being incorporated in the dejare hoping to break ground byiton street, sign. Also there will be sightlylearly summer." j And Lcwis j pj erc e, 1706 Rossmont drive; Paul B. Wilson, 345 Summit; Matthew H. Snowden, Jr., 1631 Dwight; Orland J. Fowler, 1040 E. Citrus; Daniel N. McLeod, 1346 Monterey and Charles O. Pierpoint, 550 East Mariposa drive. Nomination petitions for the iCity Council race are still out ! for Jack B. Cummings. Joseph is planned for only 7th and Stb.R. Loughney and Laurance H. grade next fall. JNowak. With this exception, then, the! And there was still no an- Trustees approve junior high district boundaries There was one other major change approved last night but it did not concern physical boundaries. That is, all those students who now attend Cope junior high as only one major change from the | seventh graders will be permit- tentative proposal submitted on;ted to finish their 8th and 9th Jan. 14 by Supt. 11. Fred Heis-!grades at that school, regardless of where they may live. In order to balance the en- standpoint, Irollments and make this possi- very small ble. Dr. Heisner said the junior ner. The major change, from a physical boundary was that all but a following attendance area boundaries for junior high school students will be in effect next September: COPE JUNIOR HIGH —AH students who live in the! nouncemcnt concerning whose name would appear on a blank nomination petition issued yesterday to the chairman of the Voters' Committee Against Compulsory Rubbish Collection LOOK DAD — Dr. Roger W. Truesdoil, left, holds a feather duster that revolves when the handle is compressed making dusting a cinch for the busy housewife. He is showing it to his father, Ernest L. Truesdail, at the Thursday meeting of Redlands Rotary club. On the table are other gadgets and chemicals which Dr. Truesdail received from producers hopeful that he will write them up on his page in the Rotarian Magazine. (Facts photo by Clifford J. Kenison) Vital Records Echo II rides low The new balloon satellite will be in a poor position this evening for observation from the!expected Redlands area, being low in the) would be set at Garden next portion of the Kimberly elemen-|high school students from the tary district was left within the! Victoria elementary district Cope junior high boundary. j(Mission) will continue at Red- Originally, Dr. Heisner hadjlands junior high and will not "that the boundary be shifted to Clement for the Smiley, Lincoln and McKinley'Thc committee reportedly will elementary districts. 'run two men for the Council. —All students in Kingsbury j Loughney is one of the two(district with the exception of• man Voters' Committee slate, those living south of Palm and I But Col. Paul M.Jacobs (USAF, east of Cajon. !ret.) who took out the two nom—All students in the Kimberly,ination papers, stated today west. It will rise in the southwest about 7:22 p.m. and at 7:26 p.m. will be due west, 16 de- year with students living west of Garden continuing at Cope and those east of Garden mov- grees above the horizon a n d; ing to the Southeast junior high moving •vard. approximately north- I.ouise's, 113 Orange St. •vill be holding Open House to day and tomorrow. Stop in and register for the drawing for a new Spring Coat. area. An exception was to be a small triangle bounded rough' lly by Franklin, Ford and Gar- jden which would have continued at Cope temporarily to even environments. I But in the final proposal last Story Hour Tomorrow |night. Dr. Heisner explained that Miss Frances Redman will I because of the limited capacity tell the stories of "The Ski at > he Redlands junior high Pup". "The Seven Sneezes" plant where Southeast students and "Too Many Kittens" during jw«U go until the new school is tomorrow morning's story hour]built, it had been necessary to for children four years old and 1 expand the Cope boundary to time being One other physical boundary not firm before was one involving the Franklin and Crafton elementary areas and their junior high boundary. As approved last night, Col- 'ton avenue was set as the new boundary between the Southeast junior high and Clement all the way from Orange street east through Mentone. By virtue of this change, a petition containing 181 names of a group of residents living between Colton and Sylvan north of Judson was not needed. These residents had asked to be placed in the Southeast district because it would be within easy older in the Lyon wing of Smiley library from 11 lo 11:30. Correction A report in yesterday's Facts that the Voters Committee Against Compulsory Rubbish Collection would have initiative petitions available for signatures tomorrow and Sunday at the Save-U-More service station at North Orange and Brockton was incorrect A representative of the County Registrar of Voters Office will be at that location from 1:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. to take voter registrations, the committee explained. Fowlkt Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Anna V. Fowlks were held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, officiating. Interment was in Montecito Memorial Park. ABOUT THIS QUESTION: The girls in our office regularly go to the post office or bank on company business. One girl recently stumbled down the steps and was badly hurt. Should a firm carry insurance to protect itself in case of injury to its employees while on company business? For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. take in all but a small area of 1 walking distance. Kimberly in the north corner of the district. Dr. Heisner confirmed, however, that when the new Southeast junior high is built and opened (target date Sept. 1966). then the Garden street boundary will be put into effect. One key exception to all the boundary changes will involve those who are presently in the eighth grade at Redlands junior high. They will continue their ninth grade where they are, regardless of residence, since Clement district with the exception of those who live in the small area bounded by Summit, Franklin, Redlands boulevard and Ford street (extended). —All students who are currently enrolled in the 7th grade, regardless of the effect of boundary changes. CLEMENT JUNIOR HIGH —All students in the Lugonia, Cram and Mentone elementary districts. —Students in the Franklin ele that the second candidate "has not been decided." The nomination period ends at noon on February 20. The election will be held April 14. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks scored a tiny gain in the averages today but the list generally was mixed. Some firm spots appeared but mentary^districrwholive northif in . s generally were selective, of Colton avenue. ;Scc,10ns uhlch had made P r °S' SOUTHEAST JUNIOR HIGH BIRTHS BLAKE — Born, a son, Greg Edward, to Mr. and Mrs.Dan- ny R. Blake (Sharon McKenzie), Jan. 29. 1964, at St. Francis hospital, Lynwood. Calif. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Robert M. McKenzie, 527 South University street. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Blake, Pasadena. TURNER — Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. E. Turner, 33513 Washington street, Yucaipa, Jan. 30-1964, at Redlands Community hospital. SIEGERT — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Siegert, 316 Hastings street, Jan. 30,i magazine which has an estimat- 1964. at Redlands Community ;ed 1.500,000 readers Truesdail demonstrates unusual new gadgets Dr. Roger W. Truesdail who,no case, a device for spreading writes the page "Some Peeps at i English muffins, a carton cutter, Things to Come" in the Rotar-|glasses with blinders on the ian magazine, yesterday showed j sides, a periscope so that a sick Redlands Rotarians some of the!person can watch TV while flat unusual new gadgets and pro-j on his back, a gold plated fish ducts sent him in anticipation!hook with mink fly, nylon nuts, of free publicity in his science! a magnetic type luggage rack for the top of a car, a plate warmer, and a foot warmer. Dr. Truesdail is the founder and president of Truesdail Laboratories, Inc. of Los Angeles with branch offices in San Francisco and Honolulu, and Redlands (temporarily using junior high facilities) —AH students in the Mariposa and Crafton elementary districts. hospital. SULTZBAUGH — Born, a son David John, to Mr. and Mrs. John Sultzbaugh, 2010 Capri avenue, Mentone, Jan. 30, 1964 at Redlands Community hos' pital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kidd, 511 West Palm avenue. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Sultzbaugh. 1157 Beryl avenue, Mentone. Marriage Licenses Issued CARMODY-ADAMO — Jack T. Carmody, 19, Boron; and Beverly A. Adamo, 16, Redlands. ... DEATHS loungslown paced a nrm steell BACII _ Di( , d in San Bernar-i , i . Cal j£ t j an 30> i 96 4 Mrs. Rebecca Jane Bach, 13509 Third street. Yucaipa, ress earlier in the week either were subject to profit taking or neglected. feature. Dr. Truesdail, who formerly lived in Redlands and is a trustee of the University of Redlands, said that he receives products from all over the world. Manufacturers are hopeful of, . . „ , the publicitv from the monthly representatives in Tokyo and Hong Kong. He is a past president of the Rotary Club of Los Angeles. A guest at the meeting yesterday at noon at the Masonic Temple was Dr. Truesdail's father, Ernest L. Truesdail, former owner of The Citrograph printing company, and 50 year resident of Redlands. The assortment of gadgets he demonstrated included a buzzer cap which an auto driver can wear. If he dozes and his chin drops, the buzzer sounds to awaken him. Also shown was a transistor radio built into a miniature pia- Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Jan. 31 1UPI1 — Eggs: Prices to retailers fob. to distributor plants (delivered l'i cents highen: AA extra large A extra larje 48'b-51'r. AA large 42'i-46> 3 . A large 40" = -41'... B large 36'.-37'j. AA medium 40>:-43'.=, A medium 38'3-39'i. AA small 31h- 34'j. A small Za'z-WHi. Prices to consumers: AA large 53- N. A large _51-o8. AA medium 43-53, Lions club honors Powell at meeting The Redlands Lions Club hon- nored its District Governor Earl B. Powell of Banning to- For Sale — New 2-Bedroom home. Close-in. Might consider renting to right party. Inquire at White's Key Shop, 939 Orange St, x Fowler Services Funeral services for Will L. Fowler were held this morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Dr. Ivan B. Bell, and Dr. V. Stanley Silke. of the First Baptist Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Waldo Burroughs. Ernest Larscn. J. R. Ellis, Paul Wilson. Charles Pierpoint, and Paul Gerrard. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. Car Registrations The Redlands branch of the Department of Motor Vehicles will be open tomorrow from 8 a.m. to noon to assist area residents with their 1964 car registrations and with operators licenses. Deadline for registrations is next Tuesday, Feb. 4. For the first time in weeks, a line extending outside the building at North Center and Pine bad formed this afternoon. Prevented Removal It is generally agreed that the "not guilty" vote of Senator Edmond Gobsin, of Kansas, was the deciding vote which prevented the removal of President Andrew Jackson from office. Supervisors approve Big Bear district SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) There is a Big Bear Municipal Water District, by action this morning of the County Board of Supervisors. The Board certified the result of the Jan. 7 election, in which voters decided by a three-to-one margin in favor of forming the district. A decision by Superior Court Judge Henry M. Busch late Thursday afternoon cleared the way for the supervisors' action. Judge Euscli lifted the restraining order granted against the certification by Judge John P. Knauf on Jan. 14. Judge Busch also refused to grant a writ of review, a writ of mandate and a permanent injunction. All the orders, sought by John B. Surr and James Dilworth, attorneys for San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, were part of a three-year fight to prevent formation of the Big Bear district. Supervisors bad been scheduled to take action at 10 a.m. today but a quorum could not be gathered until 10:30 since Su- section as did General .Motors I in the autos. Chemicals started ,. I off strong but lost steam. East—Kingsbury students who hve| man Kodak backtracked and south of Palm and cast of Ca-! Union Carbide held close to j° n - ] Thursday's close. —Franklin students who live! south of Colton avenue. | Dow Jones Stock Averages —Kimberly students living H '9h Low Close Chgs. north of Franklin, south of Sum-1 30 111(1 7S9 -' 7 7S0 - 34 785 - 43 U P ^"i „.„,•.,*!,,„. Fm. ( t tutor 20 rrs 182.44 180.72 181.39 off 0.55 Bernardino: Ernest Utter. Mc 15 utl 140.21 138.99 139.49 off 0.19 Intosh, S. D.; Mabel Wason, 65 stk 275.38 272.42 273.87 up 0.14 Sitka, Alaska: Margaret Spencer. Los Nolis, Calif., and Sales today were about 4 mil-] Emily Caldie, Menominee, A medium 53-33, AA small 43-49, A]day at the regular Friday noon small 42-45. 1 Poultry: Fryers 16-19. roa«tcrs 21 -j meeting. r>. light type hens 4 'j-s wtd. avg. Mr. Powell became a char- IM, hens cross 3'i-6 wtd. avg. 5.65: , _„ m i,„ „ t n u-,„_:„„ turkeys: fryer roasters 22. Turkeys ter member Of the Banning over 23 ibs. 2t. Lions Club in 1933. He has aged 83 years, native of Wis-1 consin. and resident of Yu-j caipa for 40 years. I Deceased is survived by the] following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Flora B. Roecker, San Weather mit and west of Ford street (ex tended). Erickson to speak Saturday Paul A. Erickson of Aurora, Illinois will be the speaker tomorrow afternoon at 3 p.m. at lion shares compared with 4.23 million shares Thursday. the First Church of Christ Scien- \ 4 «!«m 43 .KOO .'.I .TIM) list, corner of Fourth street and avenue E, Yucaipa. He will give a talk entitled "The Way to Hope and Freedom". Mr. Erickson served as chaplain's assistant at the United States Naval Academy during WWII. He is a member of the Christian Science Board of Lectureship in Boston. Mass. IS Mest ActiTe SIneks (Dow-Jones Service. Courtesy Lester. Bran* & Co.) 20S E. Stale Volome 127.*nft Brunswirk UT-toO Xerox R.O.A. <«i) Sperry Band General Motors It.C.A Chr>sler Ilelene Corlis . Control Data . SU Oil X.J.. Weil. tlec. Ling Temco . . . Weyerhaeuser Reynolds Tob. . Avnet Clo«e Chnc .. Id'i . :»». so 110 . ,-.»•'« .. M'. »« *•!<> .11 3 i . 1* .. z :*k . 10', . tt', -*- f i -Pi 3 i 'i -I — N -I'. -I'I -H. nnrh. •>• «i — 'i — 3, Mich. Funeral services will be Monday, 2 p.m. at the Yucaipa Methodist Church, Rev. Clell Gray, pastor, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Emmerson's Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. Dec. 31 Jan. 1 .. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Rainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son so . S4 71 70 71 . 69 , 67 67 , 62 63 Jan. 10 62 Jan. II - 60 Jan. 12 64 Jan. 13 63 Jan. 14 5* Jan. IS _ 63 Jan. 16 67 Jan. 17 64 Jan. 18 51 Jan. 19 37 I Jan. 20 61 Jan. 21 53 Jan. 22 54 Jan. 23 54 Jan. 24 61 Jan. 23 67 LOS ANGELES. Jan. 31 (UPI);}": 27 V 70 — Representative prices by sizej jJJ; g ; i„ iand grade all orange auction ijan. . TO 70 ! 'Jan. 31 - Citrus Market pervisor S. Wesley Break of Bryn Mawr is a director of the Bear Valley Mutual Water company and has been unable to sit with the board when the district has been considered. This put the action at a time when Warren Smithson Jr. representing the new district, could hardly make bis plane to Sacramento to get the certification on record. But he did, with the help of a sheriff's car. The district had to be certified by today or it could not have made the tax roll until 1965-66. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE, Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday) at Facts building. 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands, California. Founded October 23, 1890. 74th year. Entered as second data matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advance! By Carrier Delivery One Month Bahamas Music Goombay is the native music of the Bahamas. This music achieves a rhythm and style of its own by merging folkl songs, like Trinidad's calypso.' with percussion effects from Cuba and Haiti. markets. 48s 56s First grade 4.81 4.44 88s 113* First grade 3.27 3.59 Trend: About unchanged. NEW YORK (UPI)—Citrus: California Navels: i cars, half boxes $3.57. in 43 41 43 35 41 37 33 33 32 S3 33 33 31 33 33 33 35 46 43 33 47 41 34 33 33 36 36 33 33 39 40 j served as president and on i many committees, he was | formerly a teacher, high school principal and district superintendent. He graduated from the University of Redlands and earned a Masters Degree from Claremont Graduate School. He also served for a time as Director of Education at the Braille Institute in Los Angeles. As a district governor, he calls on all the Lions Clubs in his district to offer challenge and consultation. Three Months Six Months One Year J 1.501 .\ . «.3ul . 16.40 One Month One Year By Mall _s l.s«: .._ l».o» : Our prices are lower! Announcement of Services LAIRD, James S. 10:00 a.m. Friday Yucaipa Chapel PASSFIELD. Jesse H. 2:00 p.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel ELLIS, Mrs. Nellie E. 11:00 a.m. Saturday Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park GORMONT, John A., a.k.a. ABBOTT, Edward 10:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel BACH, Mrs. Rebecca Jane 2:00 p.m. Monday Yucaipa Methodist Church TATE, Horace G. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 221 BROOKSIDE AVL • PY 2-1*11 1 703 BKOOKSIDE AVE. mwi Announcement of Funeral Services WILL L. FOWLER Services 11:00 a.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. THEODORE DIENST Services 11:00 a.m., Saturday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. REV. WILLIAM MEEK Services pending. f. ARTHUR CORTNER

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