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4 - Friday, Feb. 7, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts P.O. employes open 1964 bond drive "Local Post Office employes joined fellow workers in their region this week to become the first federal agency to kick off its 1964 Savings Bond drive," Postmaster Daniel J. Stanton announced here today. "More then 55.000 postal workers in California CITRUS OUTLOOK By W. A. Brunton The orange market did have the same snap that it dis- Nevada played a week ago and there Hawaii, and the Pacific Islands was a snarp increase in track are taking part in the drive to d m ; j increase regular purchase of• ^ M savings Bonds through auto- 1 There was an increase of over 1 matic payroll deduction, he ox- 100 cars either on track or roU ' notikets before making purchases. When supplies decrease buyers are forced to anticipate their requirements and place orders for shipment, thus creating a seller's market. j Increased rolling supplies usually presages heavier supplies NO WHEELS — A flatbed truck loaded with lumber was separated from its rear axle and tires shortly after midnight today when a sedan driven by Donald M. Shook, 45, of 34069 Avenue E, Yucaipa, rammed the rear of the eastbound truck on the Redlands Freeway between Highland avenue and the Ford street off-ramp. Although Shook's car was totally crushed by the im­ pact, the driver escaped with a minor head laceration. He was released from Redlands Community Hospital today. And despite total destruction, one headlight on the car continued to burn. The truck driver, Miguel T. Coronado, 32, of Mexicala, also escaped injury. (Daily Facts photo by C. J. Kenison) W. G. Moore re-elected hospital board president William G. Moore, publisher of the Redlands Daily Facts, was re-elected president of the board of directors of Redlands Community hospital at the annual meeting last night. And Russell Goodwin, local attorney, was elected vice president, succeeding Alex Scott, who retired from the board upon completion of his term. Other officers elected were W. O- Mulligan, treasurer, and Mrs. Stewart Hotchkiss, secretary. Newly elected to the board were Dan McLeod, John Surr and Lewis I. Pierce. Board members for the hospital are elected from among the rotating 100-member corporate organization. Twenty members retire from the cor- Deadline Monday for announcements Seniors of Redlands High porale group each year. Elected as corporate mem-, bers for five-year terms were j School were reminded that Mon- Donald S. C. Anderson, Peteiday, Feb. 10, will be the last Arth, John Crowley, Paul Jen-jday that graduation announce nings Sr., Robert E. Kali). jments and cards may be Rev. Henry Keane, Geraldjordered, according to Mrs. Hel- Makepeace, Howard R. Marsh, Wendell Morrissct, David Murphy. Israel Myers. Charles Parker, Mrs. T. H. Peppers, C O. Pierpoint, Richard L. Scott, Tirso Serrano- John Scssums, Edward F. Taylor, John Van Mouwerick, and John G. Wilcoxson Jr. Elected to fill vacancies were II. L. Thackwell Jr., and Frank, L. Greenway Jr. (one-year); James H. Brown (two)years); John R. Runkel (three-years) and Charles Ziilch (four-years). Musical program tonight "Music from Heaven to Heaven" is the title of the Musical program to be presented tonight at 7:30 in the Redlands Seventh-day Advcntist church. Dr. Albert Olson will direct the church choir in two numbers, "We Know Not The Hour" and "O, The Way Is Long And Weary". The musical will include: "In The Garden" a vocal duet by Rochelle and Charlene Rupert: Don Schutt at the organ play ing "A Mighty Fortress"; Mary Hicks singing "The Ninety And Nine" and a violin solo by Charla Christianson "Nearer My God To Thee". Leslie Ferguson, a minister ial student from La Sierra College will be the narrator. About People Robert C. Wa!ktr, airman ap prentice USN, son of Mrs. Gail Walker, 1315 East Colton avenue, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Bon Homme Richard operating out of S a n Diego. The carrier left January 28 for a tour with the Seventh Fleet in the Western Pacific. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Feb. 7 CUPIl — Egcs: Prices to retailers i.o.b. to distributor plants (deUvered m cents hifher): AA extra largo 47K-31's. A extra large 46V4-i8H. AA large *0'i-**Vi. A large 3a -39*4. B large 3414-35^. AA medium 38^-42%. A medium 37tt-38K. AA small 30!i 33V,, A small SBVi-WA. Prices to consumers: AA Jsrge 5362, A tare* 43-62, AA medium 43-58. A medium 53-55, AA small 45-49, A small 42-45. Poultry: Fryer* 16-19. roasters 21-, 25. light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg, 4.52, hens cross iVi-8 wtd. avg. 3.54, turkeys: young toms 28 and under 21, young hens 24. Fryer roasters 22. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 I A SQK WWT COAST WWW 12* C*im Sin* 3.433) I Week Dayi Cvat. from 7 P.M. Sat. Mid Sin. from S P. M. oloitfacF - DEF-. ISKEI ^ HK ONf^algenC All* la C«lor John Wayne "THE COMANCHE ROS" Nisbet on special team probing Oroville Dam Pacific Coast News Servica SACRAMENTO — San Bernardino County Senator Eugene Nisbet (D-Upland) will head a special investigation into charges that improper materials were used in construction of the giant Oroville Dam. The dam is the key to t h e Feather River project which will supply San Bernardino County with water by 1972. Pub. lisher of the Oroville Mercury printed articles charging improper construction and use of inferior materials. Oroville is near the dam site- Senator Nisbet says that experts in the field of engineering, material analysis and other phases of dam construction will be called upon to testify during the investigation. Governor Brown has denied charges leveled in the news article as have officials of the Department of Water Resourc es. en Griswold Although the majority of stu dents have already placed their order with school officials, there remain some that will lose out if the Monday deadline is not met. The "Academy" style announcement is selling for 16 cents each, with accompanying cards from 85 cents to 51-65 per 100. Money must be paid at time o£ order and specific styles designated in the high school quad and student government center. Hospital department named for Dr. Morris The radiology department at'the board of directors at their Redlands Community hospital 'regular December meeting „.;n v. ,-„, i I „_ „c «i, ladopted a resolution as a result will be renamed in honor o£ the .... , „ „ ,, .of which our X-ray department late Dr. Harold R. Morns - - it was announced at the hospi tal annual meeting last night. Dr. Morris, who died last winter after a lengthy illness, joined the Redlands hospital staff in 1946 as its first full-time radiol- Riverside firm wins contract for landscaping SACRAMENTO (PCNS) — A 58,483 contract was awarded to R. C. Barnett of Riverside this week by the Department of Pub lie Works for landscaping on the Interstate 10 freeway. Work will include 2.8 miles of preparing and planting roadside areas along the freeway between Highland Avenue in Redlands and Yucaipa boulevard. Warne warns against harassment SACRAMENTO (UPI) — The state Director of Water Resources said today that California could not afford "irresponsible harassment of the engineers engagedinthe intricate work of building Oroville Dam. William E. Warne made the statement to a California Water Commission meeting, being held one week after the Oroville Mercury-Register opened its attack on construction procedures at the dam site. Wame complained that the newspaper attack was based on reports from "anonymous critics" identified as "a young engineer" or a "group of unhappy young engineers." Meanwhile, Sen. Eugene G. Nisbet, D-Upland, chairman of Senate investigating group, said h i s subcommittee would tour the dam site Feb. 13 and hold a public hearing in Sacramento Feb. 19. SELL With low IT TOMORROW cost Classified Adi PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Show Starts «:30 P. M. - All Drivolns Fox California Thtatra 562 W. 4th St., San Bdno. Cent. 2 P. M. • TU 92678 TR1-CITY DRIVE-IN Acclaimtd Grtit Dramatic Hit "LORD OF THE FLIES" Co-Hit — Tri-Cify I Co-Hit — Fox California "COMEDY OF TERRORS" | "WOMEN OF THE WORLD" BASELINE DRIVE-IN Robert Prejton "ALL THE Co-Hit — Bawlin* "WHO'S MINDING THE STORE?" STUDIO THEATRE 448 W. Basallna TU 56405 Jean Simmons WAY HOME" Co-Hit — Studio WHO'S BEEN SLEEPING IN MY BED?" Plans for huge gold refinery before county SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)— Plans for establishment of a $500,000 refinement plant to handle 50 tons of gold and platinum ore daily, at Hesperia. were disclosed at a hearing Thursday before the County Planning Commission. The commission approved the request of H. B. Detmers for permission to locate an ore reduction plant on the north side of Catalpa street, east of Santa Fe avenue, Hesperia. Detmers said $200,000 has al ready been spent on the instal lation. He and Herbert Lapps, of Enid, Okla., are partners in the project The final smelting will be done in Hesperia by Clifford Taylor, Detmers declared. Oore from the Big Bear area and from a placer operation now being worked in the Cajon Pass section are already available, Detmers said. He added that mine operators from Alaska, Montana, Idaho, Ari zona and Northern California will send ore to the plant "We have 50 people waiting with ore for us to start operations," he declared. He declared that the plant should be ready to handle ore by March ogist. In his written report to the annual meeting, Hospital President William G. Moore (currently in Europe) noted that "The growth of the (radiology) department under his direction has been nothing less than phenom-j enal. "I am happy to | "The Dr. Harold R. Morris Department of Radiology.' "Typical of the thoroughness of his organizational ability, his department carried on during his illness without interruption under Drs. Edward Ahlraeyer; and John Harrie and we are) happy that they are now formally associated with us as radiologists," Mr. Moore's report stated. A bronze plaque will be placed in the radiology wing at a later | date to commemorate the name report that'change. plained. "When the drive ends m 2 to market than there «as idestmed for the.auctions and on February 28. we hope 75 per 3 , week ago and this does nctj unIess d e man d is unusually cent will be bond buyers. clude truc k shipments which ap- strong may be the f orerunner "Nationally. Savings Bond proximate the equivalent of 500 of lower priccs in t[)e near fu . drives among employees of in- carloads weekly. Some 200 car-| ture whether this will be the dustry, business and govern-loads of these truck shipments; case at lhjs nmc remains t0 ba ment are set for May 1 through; are destined to points within the !seen> but the situation 5s ona July 4. Theme of the drives will! state, the balance going Iargely! tnat wU1 bear close watchine 1— /-,_ „*: c .i. _ T>_ . tn marl-ofc in tho u-flctom half! ... . & * be Operation Security" the Post-! to markets in the western half master continued. "Buying of { h e country, In setting prorate for next week the Navel Orange Admini- Bonds contributes to the fi -J Since truck shipments repre-lstrative Committee took cogni- nancial security of both family j sent fruit that is shipped on and nation." [definite orders and sold before Raymond R. Holmquist of it leaves, the track and rolling San Francisco, regional director for the Post Office Department is heading the drive, while Mr. Stanton, is local drive chairman. School boards head objects to Unruh's plan supply is the barometer that is followed closely by both buyers and shippers. Whenever the supply mounts the buyers become more conservative in making commitments and many wait until cars which have been rolled unsold arrive in the mar- To avoid long lines Move made to stagger DMV license renewals Pacific Coast News Service SACRAMENTO — So now they notice! The Legislature was presented' icrcd five days remaining many counties had less than 70 per cent of the car owners regis- Tbe operation, according to Detmers, will be unique in the United States.He said the plant will handle ore on a fee basis. The Cajon Pass placer min ing, he stated, is being done by a firm with which he is associated, but is being operated separately. The platinum ore is coming from this project, he said. "NEVER ON SUNDAY" RADSTOCK, England (UPI)— "Never on Sunday," said the Rev. David Fry, who was accepted as a part-time fireman. He was told he would not be on call during Sunday services. with a resolution on Wednesday — the day following deadline— to allow the Department of Motor Vehicles to stagger license renewals for car owners over the entire year. Assemblyman John T. Knox (D-Richmond) introduced the legislation. He reported one of his aids in San Francisco had spotted a line in front of the local DMV "more than five blocks long." Knox said that since California has more population, and three times the ears of any other state, it was high time something was done to relieve both the public and the DMV. He pointed out that many other, less populous states, already date licenses each month so that renewals are spaced over all 12 months. In California, car owners must obtain new registration stickers of plates between Jan. 1 and Feb. 4. With more than 3 million motorists in the state and the total expected to reach 10 j million within two years, the! load is beoming more than the! DMV can handle. This year nearly 50 per cent! of the public waited until the final two weeks. With less than As usual the last minute rush caught a million or more car owners standing in long lines to gel registrations. Another million or so mailed their 1964 applications directly to the DM- V in Sacramento causing a flood of work here which will keep employes busy for another 30 days or more. Knox said that he believes "that through the use of appropriate legislation we could shorten that line considerably and make everyone concerned a good deal happier." I Assembly Speaker Jesse Unruh's proposed bill to virtually abolish most of California's local school districts came under fire today from the President of the California School Boards Association, Kenneth F. Say- sette, President of the San Mateo Union High School District, San Mateo County. "Mr. Unruh's proposal is a flagrant diviation from the pat tern of orderly progress toward properly determined and ade quately studied reorganized districts in California which the Master Plan for School District Organization, enacted by the Legislature in 1959 and administered by the State. Board of Education, is making possible," he said. "This sudden and precipitate proposal to establish countywide school districts now has been given the false guise of economy. Whatever the benefits of large unified districts may be, no one has proved that they arc, in general, more economical. We are not misled, and we believe that the taxpayers of the state will see through this sceme to deprive them of their locally controlled school districts which are close to thej people." zance of these facts and set 800 carloads as the maximum from Central California for next week as against the 900 cars allotted this week and 1025 last week. Southern California Shippers were given an allotment of 425 cars for the coming week, which is a fifty car increase over the current week. Sales of California Navels in j the auctions last week iamounted to 127 carloads selling jat priccs averagin $3.50 per icarton deUvered, an improvement of 10 cents over the previous week. This is in large part James E. McGinnis. who lived}d ue to better arrivals and fewer in Redlands for the p a s tj rejected cars being diverted to the terminals. 1 McGinnis dead at age of 70 18 years, died here yesterday at the age of 70. He was a native of the state of Illinois. Mr. McGinnis leaves his wife, Ethel J. McGinnis, 32260 San Timoteo Canyon road; a brother, Walker S. McGinnis of Arcadia; and two sisters, Mrs. Ina Abcrnathy of San Anselmo and Mrs. John R. Phillips of Jacksonville, 111. Funeral services will be Monday at 10 a.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel with Rev. Willard A. Schurr, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Condition of the fruit in Central California has improved greatly with the return of sunshine and dry weather to that part of the state after the prolonged period of fog that prevailed for over a month. Total sales in all channels last week came to 1211 cars which brought prices averaging $2.67 per carton F.O.B. shipping point, up from $2.66 the preceding week when 1204 cars were sold. For the corresponding week a year ago the average was $3.67, or just $1.00 higher, however the volume sold was 500 carloads less than this year for the same week. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International There are more living organisms in a spoonful of rich soil than there are people in the world, according to Science I World. I Sam T. Knappenberger, M. D. UROIOGY ANNOUNCES THE REMOVAL OF HIS OFFICE TO 720 BROOKSIDE AVENUE, REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE 793-2416 K. R. McKenzie, M.D. UROLOGY WILL REMAIN AT HIS PRESENT LOCATION 251 CAJON STREET, REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA TELEPHONE 793-3153 Three teachers at annual conference Three Redlands teachers are representing the Redlands Teachers Association at the 13th Annual Midyear Conference on Good Teaching this weekend at the Statler Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Miss Helene Villard, Mrs. Maurine Minnick and Lee Roy Snoddy are attending the conference sponsored by the California Teachers Association — Southern Section and other professional organizations for members of the teaching profession in Southern California. "Exploring New Dimensions in Teaching" is the theme of this year's meeting, and a presentation of selected good teaching practices in Southern California will be featured. T o prated educators will address the group, and three discussion sessions are scheduled for the del egates. DOWNTOWN REDLANDS Gifts "from the Heart (Valentine's Day, Friday, Feb. 14th) Barry Wrap-Sak of Washable Cotton Terry *5 Flattering robe with notched collar and turn back cuffs. Generous armholes for comfort and plenty of overlap, mid-calf lengths. Long self belt. One size fits everyone. Angel Treads by Barry *2 Softest thing on two feet these bubble scuffs of cotton terry. Combines all the comforts of foam and the indoor-outdoor angelite sole with thick, billowy foam innersole. S-M-L. NOTIONS - STREET FLOOR - HARRIS' vsr HAuir ornotui caforr FUN mmmtin. »i mmi •min , , | —**-».nfmt mm, Km-mmm |

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