Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 5, 1964 · Page 32
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 32

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, February 5, 1964
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32 - Wed., Feb. 5, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Navel crop picks out above estimates Although small sizes are far too numerous, the navel crop is picking out above previous estimates according to the end-of- January report just issued by the County Department of Agriculture. It says: With the exception of a few days rain navel orange harvest continued unabated during the month in all .._ _ _._ districts quality and color ofjdent was failing at midscmes fruit is considered excellent. Fruit size is still below normal, but growers are anticipating some increase in growth as a result of recent rains. Cars create problem for students COLUMBIA, S.C. (UPI)- Prcsident Thomas F. Jones of the University of South Caro iina said Monday that grades among new students rose after freshmen were prohibited from having cars. Among older students, however, the interwoven problem of poor grades and cars remains, Jones said, and parents often are to blame. In one instance, he said, a capable stu- California statewide report Citrus crop better budwood rules amended Harvest records to date show picks to be above previous estimates. We, therefore, feel justified in raising our estimate from 274 to 280 field boxes per acre for the county with estimates in the east end districts going over 300 boxes per acre. The new Valencia orange crop shows slight improvement over last month. Rain during the SACRAMENTO (UPI) — The California Crop and Livestock Reparting Service says California's citrus fruit crop this season is expected to be 16 per cent above last season and nine per cent over recent averages. The agency now estimates California's 1963-64 citrus fruit production at 1,900,000 tons. The forecast for navel oranges continues at 16 million boxes, nearly one-fourth over last season and one-half above average. Picking has been slowed by! weather. tion number which would become the registration number when the tree is registered. Paul said the regulations also have been revised to simplify the fee structure. He said other adjustments in the regulation in- i testing, elude one to provide for growing candidate trees in containers. Paul said some 1.6O0 citrus;in San Diego Jan. 30 on propos-!Riverside and San Diego Coun- Irees have currently been regis-i*** changes in the California'. ties—outside the present quaran- tercd or found eligible under the!?. uick dcclinc interior quarantine lines. . . . 'tine. I Breech said it now program. He said about 1.500 appears E. A. Breech, chief of the,necessary to extend the quaran- morc await inspection and index ; Bureau of Plant Quarantine.!tine lines to take in those addi- said recent tests have shown Uional areas in San Diego, Riv- quick decline disease of citrus; erside and San Bernardino The state Department of Agri-j trees apparently is spreading j Counties where the natural culture has scheduled a hearing! from tree to tree in parts of'spread is occurring. , , ,. , The forecast for Valencia or- ter and was given a car by lusj continucs at 17 million parents presumably as an in-j^ fivc r ccnt above last centive to study. j season That student, I regret to Thc forccast for desert valley f?, y, „ I i .°1 t _ Wlth "? D0W ' He * I grapefruit continues at nearly 2 million boxes, and for other off somewhere in his new car Jones said. Astronomers didn't see rocket hit areas, l'i million boxes. The California lemon crop is now forecast at 14.5 million boxes, 17 per cent higher than last season but still nine per cent be- jlow average. ! I California's citrus tree grow- 1 |crs have been notified by state; Director of Agriculture Charles , SAX DIEGO fUPI)—Two San!Paul that regulations on the reg month will undoubtedly help in-i Diego astronomers said today 1 istration of citrus trees have crease the size of the fruit that] they saw no evidence of Rang- 1 been amended, is highly colored due to the cool!er 6 crash land on the Moon! The trees involved are those weather. Additional rainfall is;Sunday morning despite excel-'used as sources of budwood in needed to improve the outlook!lent viewing conditions. [propagating new citrus nursery for this crop estimated at 177 j Dr. J. Beverly Oke of Palo-'stock. The registered threes are field boxes per acre for thejmar Observatory on Mt. Palo-]inspected regularly to make county. Estimates over 300 box-jmar and Rudolph Lippert, as-isurc they arc free of serious es are noted for thc cast endjtronomy professor at the Uni-i disease or defects, citrus districts. Iversity of San Diego College forj Paul said the changes in the The new grapefruit crop also] Women, said they had expected;regulations will facilitate the' continues to improve. Although | to see dust clouds from the'identification of trees for which she of fruit is still small, in-'crash. (registration has been requested, creases are noted and in somel oke said conditions were goodi IIe said thc amended regulation cases are aproaching average]and if there had been dustiP rovides for assigning and tag-! for this time of year. Strong]clouds he would have been able winds tne past two months have 1 to see them through the 200- caused a slight drop of fruit, inch Hale Telescope at the ob- We are presently estimating this servatory. crop to be 426 field boxes per Lippert used an 8 - inch tele- acre, scope at his home. s WONDERFUL ging a tree with an identifies DRASTIC REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS Women's & Children's Plush Slippers Blue, Pink & White Sizes 9 • 3 4 to 10 Reg. SI.W $|00 Women's Imported Wool Knit Boots Blue, Pink & White Sizes 4 to 10 Reg. S3.99 $077 HURRY-WHILE THEY LAST!! CREW SOX for MEN-BOYS-GIRLS t PR. (sold in 1 3 pr. pVg.) SPECIAL VALUE 29; WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES REDUCED TO 3 77 Values to 5.99 WOMEN'S. CHILDREN'S DRESS SHOES FLATS-CASUALS and SLIPPERS REDUCES TO 1" Vafues to 3.99 Rule on grape, fruit picking under vote SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-The,| California Grape and Fruit, League does not have to comply with the state Industrial ;| Welfare Commission ruling thatj women and children fruit pickers receive a Sl-25 hourly minimum wage. Superior Judge Joseph Karesh j Monday agreed with thc league suit brought last September 1 which charged that the commission acted unlawfully when it | raised thc wages. Karesh said thc law requires that the commission's wage board reach a majority decision in its recommendations. In this case, he said, the board voted 4-4 with the chairman abstaining. Karesh said thc matter would be returned to the wage board i for another vote. j SHOES - OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9 10 E. State St. Downtown Redlands TEST-TUBE HUNTER TWISP, Wash. (UPI) — Gro-! cer George Bibson prospects with an 8-inch test tube. On exploration trips in the Methow Valley on the east | slope of thc Cascade Mountains, Gibson mixes red and green chemicals and earth in the test j tube. After shaking 15 seconds, he studies the color. If it is: pink he knows the earth con-' tains lead, zinc or copper. Thc darker thc pink, the more mineral there is in the earth.! He has uncovered some several'| lodes including a new lead-zinc- 1 copper vein in the old Twisp | View Mine near here. ^DITIONAL GIFT OF hOV£ 0 DIAMONDS Always a price to suit your desire . . . and budget. Convenient terms, of course. A complete selection of Jewelry Gifts for Valentine's Day and for every occasion. PHONE PY 2-3475 7 NO. 5th ST. JEWELED Acrou from Redlands Federal HUGE SAVINGS IN OUR BARGAIN RACK Inventory durance • Wick Whites] • Narrow Whites! • 3-T Nylon! • 3-T Rayon! • Tube-Type! • Tubeless! • 13,14,15,16-lnch Sizes! 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Get yours now! . 39c each. OPEN TIL 9:00 P.M MbGOOD/foAlt - THUR -FRI -SAT 112 W. STATE STREET Plenty of Free Parking 7W-2935 I

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