Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 5, 1964 · Page 4
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4 - Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts NAILS . . . NAILS .. . NAILS - A spilled load of nails created a nightmare for trucker William tangley of Jackson, Miss., shown here examining his nail-riddled tires. The visible surface of these "duals" contain at least 30 nails. Langley's Worst that could happen, happened truck-troiler rig was forcd to a stop on the Redlands Freeway at the Ford street off-ramp when 16 of the 18 tires supporting the truck went flat. (Daily Facts photo by Ron Kibby) Sixteen flats from nails delay Mississippi beans By RON KIBBY The most inconceivable thing that could happen stranded two Mississippi truck drivers on the Redlands Freeway last night — 16 of 18 tires on their truck trailer rig were flat. And their plight was shared by numerous automobile drivers whose cars rolled across a "blanket of nails" on the stretch of freeway between Mt. View avenue and California street west of town. Redlands police reported that|With the two-inch long nails — the hazard was created about sixteen of the tires were either 7:50 p.m. when a flatbed truck flat or going flat, lost part of its load of nails. The truckers, enroute from Truck driver J. B. Goss of Santa Maria, Calif., to Jackson Jackson, Mississippi, was east- Miss., with a load of black-eyed bound on the Freeway when he!peas, estimated the damage at tried to dodge them, but they $1,600. were all over the freeway," he Redlands police, the CUP and related. la state highway maintenance Goss and his partner, William !«ew swept the nails out of the Langley. got as far as the Ford| lraffic lanes - But not before street offramp on the east end! 1 " 1 ra erou s complaints from I A Kit WEST COAST THEATtf FOX REDLANDS • UJ Cojon Slreel • PY. 3.4331 Wtf k Days Cont. from 7 r>. M. Sat. and Sun. from 2 P. M. SJetyagT. DEE ^ShESMiNE crxo« pr DEILKE Also In Color John Wavne "THE COMANCHEROS" of Redlands before they were forced to stop. The tires on their rig were pin-cushioned Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Feb. 5 IUPI) — Eggs: Prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants 'delivered l'i cents higheri: AA extra large 49'i-53'i. A extra Iarce 48'j-51 1 ?, AA large 42"i-)6' 2 . A large 40 1 i-41'i. B large 36'i-37' 2 , AA medium 40'i-43'i. A medium SS^-SO':. AA small 311a- 34'i. A small 29'i-30'i. Prices to consumers: AA large 5362. A large 51-58. AA medium 49-58. A medium 53-55, AA small 45-49, A small 42-45. Poultry: Fryers 16-19. roasters 2125. light type hens 4 ! 2-5 wtd. avg. 4.63, hens cross 5'i-6 twd. avg. 5.60; turkeys: young toms 28 and under 21, young hens 24. truck drivers were received. and motorists Mexican Players of Padua Hills DCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF FOOTHILL BLVD. CLAREMONT "LAS CANACUAS" ENDS FEB. 22 Jamaica After Each Performance THEATRE—Wed., Then., Frl.. Sat. »:.10, Wed., Sat. : DINING ROOM — Dally except Monday Reservations advisable NAtional 6-1288 SAN G0RG0NI0 INN Famous ... 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Menus for every taste. f c* *e€*t€ f rrr r rc r-r - *r "rT'T -*r r *f rrr rr tt r tttt t *t f if JJ For Reservations - Call Banning 849-3412 COCKTAIL LOUNGE Sues for frost damage as wind machines fail A Los Angeles dentist who owns a 300-acre citrus ranch in the Eagle Valley area near Lake Mathews has died suit in Riverside Superior Court claiming that faulty wind machines caused $71,584 damage to his property last season. The dentist is Dr. F. E. Campbell. The defendants named were Kohlenherger Engineering corporation of Fullerton and its Alladin Frost Protector division. The 300-acre Eagle Valley ranch owned by Dr. Campbell is managed by Jim Cleveland who grew up in Redlands. Dr. Campbell asserts in his j suit that the four wind machines installed by the Kohlenberger firm in November, 1961, broke down during the frosty nights of Jan. 15 and 16, 1963. The result, he alleges, was frost damage to 2.634 orange trees valued at $55,473 and par J tial loss to other trees at an estimated $16,111. His suit claims that the firm was negligent in the "design, construction, manufacture, assembly and installation of the wind machines." He further slated that he had purchased a yearly maintenance service from the firm which guaranteed that the wind ma chines would work during the frost season. Instead, he asserts, all four broke down in Jan. 1963 and one of them failed on two later occasions. STEREO HI-FI Tape Recorders 39 Save 40% — AS LOW AS SELF SERVICE TUBE CHECKER Evtrjthlnr for the Mattrlili DO IT YOURSELF ELECTRONIC WHOLESALE MART 10KX N. Waterman Open 9 'til ft — Sunday 10 'til 5 U,B Redlands Store Redlands Blvd. at Texas St. Open 1« A.M. -S P.M. Sunday 10 A.M. - 5 P.M. Judge refuses to halt name check Superior Court Judge Joseph T. Ciano today rejected a request by the California Democratic Council that he enjoin San Bernardino County officers from certifying names on petitions to put the Rumford Act nullification initiative on the ballot. This gives Registrar of Voters Eleanor Fclton the green light to check some 19.000 names on petitions filed with her last Thursday and to certify the number that are found to be registered voters. In rejecting the request of the Council, which serves this Congressional district, Judge Ciano specifically stated that he was expressing no opinion on t h e merit or demerit of the proposed initiative which would nullify the California Fair Housing Act. Judge Ciano denied the plain­ tiff's' petition on three grounds: 1 The Council is neither a corporation nor an individual and does not have the legal capacity to sue. 2 The right of initiative is granted to the people of California hy their constitution. This is part of the legislative pro cess. His court is enjoined by the Constitution from exercis ing any function appertaining to the legislative department. 3 Challenging the constitution ality of the initiative at this time is premature. If the meas ure is adopted, there will be op portunity for a court test. The Democratic Council brought the case against Mrs. Felton and County Clerk Dennis Wardle, with regard to the process of checking the validity of the names of the petitions The Council also sought to restrain the San Bernardino Board of Realtors from circulating the anti-Rumford petitions. However, most of the cir- lating work has already been completed. The Rumford Act provides that Negroes cannot be discriminated against in the rental or sale of housing. Judge Ciano said in his memorandum of opinion today that he recognizes that the proposed initiative is the subject of controversy. "There is a divergence of views as to the moral, social and political merits of the proposed initiative," he said. Both sides in the proceeding before him argued the merit, or demerit, of the measure according to their respective views. But as a judge the only question with which he could concern himself at this time, he pointed out, was the legal basis for the suit of the Democratic Council. JAMES B. FOX JR. Fox elected to YMCA National Council James B. Fox Jr. has been elected to membership on the National Council of YMCA's of the United States, it was dis closed today. This is the highest honor which can be bestowed upon a layman in the YMCA movement in the nation. Mr. Fox, who is associate director of development for the University of Redlands and also serves as executive secretary of the Redlands Teachers association, has served the Redlands YMCA in leadership capacities or the past 10 years. He served on the Redlands board from 1954 to 1956 and was president in 1956. He served a second term from 1959 to 1961. He still serves on several Y committees although not currently on the board. He was also a leader in the Y capital funds campaign five years ago. The National Council of the YMCA on which he will now serve for a three-year term, is the policy-making organization of the Y. The Council also studies, trends in social welfare and recommends programs to meet these trends. I Three laymen and one sec -j retary are elected to represent electoral districts in each state. Mr. Fox will serve the Seventh Electoral District from California. This district, is made up of Associations from Anaheim, Fontana. Fullerton Junior College, North Orange Coun-j ty, Ontario, Orange, Orange Coast, Pomona, Redlands, Riverside, San Bernardino, San Gabriel Valley, Santa Ana, [Santa Ana College and Las represent this district. 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