Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 11, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, February 11, 1964
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4 - Tuesday, Feb. 11, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Yucaipa Valley incorporation County supervisors grant second 30-day extension The slow-moving campaign to'against incorporation, said his force an incorporation election jg roup had with it petitions in the Yucaipa Valley must be completed within 30 days or it signed by Si9 property owners will die aborning. * hn are opposed lo Yucaipa County supervisors yesterday!becoming a city. "These are the granted proponents of incorpor-jlittle people." he declared, ation a second 30-day extension: "They're going to be beat so for circulating petitions, but'bad if it comes to an election. warned, "This is the last extension." Efforts to obtain the necessary support from property owners in the 13.3-square-mile area porposed for incorporation have met stiff resistance. Since November, the group has obtained 1.400 signatures — 200 shy of the necessary number. it'll be a pity," Dungan declared. Charles Williams, speaking f o r the incorporation proponents, said he had come to the Supervisors meeting to support the request for the extension, not to argue with those against the area becoming a city. He declared that enough signatures extension period. He also remarked that he and Supervisor Melodye ^vi/jei *6n< Miss Redlands candidate Molodye Stuber. 17, beat thefj^f ^V* * deadline for the 1964 Miss Red -j Ife^"' lands contest and will be among Reader* of fha Facta ara iBTlted ta send their thaaghta an qaaltion* of public Interest for ate tn the People's Colcmn Please bt brief. The writer's true name and address mast accompany each tetter though pen names are permitted at tbo edltar's discretion. Neglected Link of Nice Avenue Deserves Attention j 16 pretty girls seeking the Editor Facts: i queen title Saturday night. I would like to give you some . - Miss Stuber took P art in tnc information on the opening of! fi rs i,,"| 1 . ea 5 sa ,!f._- e _ _ mgh ! -Nice avenue in Mentone, be " tween Agate and Opal avenues. This road was dedicated to the County in 1S98 and ever The request for another 30jp r obably could be obtained in days to circulate petitions was not on the Supervisors' published agenda, but Rudy Corona, clerk on the Board, an- two weeks. Pressed by Supervisor S. Wesley Break for a statement as to whether further extension nounced that the request had | would be asked, Williams said been received. And those forjthat at least two proponents of and against incorporation werei incorporation had agreed that apparently aware of the plea.; the whole idea "should be drop- for both sides were present to;ped" if the extension does not express their views. j produce the needed signatures. > C. A. Dungan, vice-chairman Supervisor Break made the of the taxpayers committee!motion for granting the 30-day Ross Dana, in whose district \ since then the County Sheriff Official County cars, the U. S. Mail, and the general public have continuously used it. This is a 70-foot dedicated roadway, according to the Book of Maps in the Tax Assessor's Office. I have discussed this matter with the County Road Depart ment who informs me that they do not understand why this roadway was omitted from the present road maps and that it should have been opened up at the time Nice avenue was opened and paved from Crafton avenue East. I talked with Supervisor Wesley Break and he encouraged a request for a 30 -day extension for petitions for incorporation of Yucca Valley was being made face re-election. The incorporation efforts might affect the views of voters in both communities. Break declared. Supervisors indicated they will not grant any further extensions for Yucaipa. State law provides that the extensions may be given. If they are not, incorporation efforts will be killed for a year when proponents fail to get the required signatures to bring the matter to a hearing before Supervisors and then to an election. Dungan said Monday that his group has about a third of the me by assuring me that he property owners signed on peti- would do everything he could tions against the incorporation.; to get this back on the Road If they have 50 per cent of the Systems Map. where it belongs, landowners against the project 1 and would try to get his budget when Supervisors hold their set up for it. j hearing, the matter is auto-| j wou i d i ikc (0 sce some dcfi . matically killed for at least another year. Additional Sports Giles cites Giant Fielder holds healthy lead By United Press International The rest of the Western Hockey League slowed Seattle's Guyle Fielder down last week, but the veteran star still holds a healthy lead in league scoring statistics. Fielder picked up only two assists in four games to wind up the week with 15 goals andj a league -leading 65 assists forj 80* total points. Lou Jankowski of Denver leads in the goal department with 35 and is second in the scoring race with 72 points Portland's Art Jones has 68 and Vancouver's Phil Maloney 67. Denver's Al Millar continued to top the league's goalies with a 2.61 average. League bad boy honors went to Mike Donaldson of Portland, who has spent 155 minutes in the penalty box. There is no action until Wednesday. With about six weeks to go in the campaign, Denver leads with a strong 3717-2 mark good for 76 points. Seattle and Los Angeles are tied 24 points back with Portland fourth, San Francisco fifth and Vancouver sixth. owner as "meritorious" Supervisors halt desert road abandonment SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-National League president Warren Giles Monday night honored San Francisco Giant owner Horace Stonebam and rapped Kansas City owner Charles Fin- Icy at a baseball banquet here. Giles presented Stoneham an award for "meritorious service! to baseball." In brief remarks to the banquet of the San Francisco Chapter of the Baseball Writers Association of America, Giles praised the National League for its "substantial ownership." "None of our owners are exploiting the game for their own business, be it the insurance business or any other business"! It was an obvious reference to Finley, a wealthy insurance man battling Kansas City offi cials over terms of a new ball park lease for his American League team. Finley has threat ened to move his team to Louisville, Oakland or some other city. Other awards given here Monday night included one to Jim .Maloney of the Cincinnati Reds, received the Joe Cronin Award as the outstanding California- born major leaguer of 1963. Maloney, a Fresno native who had a 23-7 record, recalled how | he thought he had made the- I National League All Star team (but then learned there had been geles Lakers were always given a m 'stake. a fighting chance before when "Winning this award means they met the Boston Celtics, but morc lo me 0,311 if I had made there appears to be little pros- the club," Maloney said. "But pect of a victory for the slump- I h °P e t0 be selected to the Na- ing team tonight when it opens lional League All Stars this a three-game series with the!coming season." Little prospect of Laker victory seen BOSTON (UPD—The Los An- powerful NBA world champions. The Lakers hold a 2-4 record with the Celtics this season. That mark, however, was compiled in games while Los Angeles was setting the pace in the Western Division of the National Basketball Association. Unfortunately, since that pe riod the Lakers have lost the full-time services of their valuable guard Jerry West and slipped from the top to the third spot in the league behind San Francisco and St. Louis. At this point, those two wins over the Celtics are beginning to look like the Lakers' share of the victories for the year. I * POX VftST COW THtATW a tit Cajoa Street • Pr. 3-4331 I Week Daya Cont. from ~ r. 31. Sat. and Sun. from 2 P. M. Willie Mays was honored as the San Francisco Giants most valuable player last season. Willie McCovey received an award for tying Milwaukee's Henry Aaron in homers. Both men hit 44 round trippers to share the league leadership. Proposals to abandon almost 100 miles of county roads in the desert backfired Monday before the County Board of Supervis ors when persons in protest to the action showed some of the roads are still needed. The Board voted to drop definitely its plans for abandoning two of the roads: New York Mountain road near Needles and Gold Crown road near 29 Palms. Supervisors asked for more information on three other road abandonments recom mended by the County Road de partment. These were Turtle Mountain road in the 29 Palms area Goldstone road near Bar stow and Morning Star Mine road near Ivanpah. But three roads definitely are to be closed. These include Searlcs Station road and Steam Wells road, both in the Trona area, and a section of Mule Canyon road, from Ycrmo Calico road southwesterly to the freeway on the route of State Highway 31. County engineer Nicholas A. Martin said all the proposed abandonments were designed to make money available for near areas being developed in the desert. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Feb. 11 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: First grade... Second grade. 56s 72s 88s 113s .4.91 5.13 3.69 3.64 . 4.35 3.35 3.08 HER, ^ShESMiNE 0(> •* DELUXE Alto in Color John Wivn** "THE COMANCHEROS" Starts Tomorrow Cont, from : P. M. Jerry Lewis.Jill St. John "Who's Minding the Store" Plus "Comedy of Terrors" Jalouise II keeps eye on filly feature ARCADIA (UPD-Jalouise II held the eye of experts today in the $10,000 Golden Lands Farm feature for fillies and mares on the turf at Santa Anita. Stiff competition in the six and one - half furlong event for the I favorite was expected from | Dingle Bay, with Willie Shoe| maker aboard, and Sugar Boog- i cr. ridden by Manuel Y'caza. In Monday's Woolf feature jockey Kenny Church took 4 year-old Glory Hill through on the rail for a strong stretch run and a three-quarter length vie tory over Hi Rated. Favored Oil Royalty was third. The win ner, posted at odds of better than 8-1, paid $19.40, 9.20 and 4.20. 138s 143* 180s First grade 3.59 4.05 3.60 Second grade 3.25 Trend: Higher in spots. NEW YORK (UPI)-Citrus report: California Navels: 10 cars, half boxes S3. 64. nite progress made to insure that this street will be a permanent roadway. Herbert M. Yates 1338 Malachite Supervisors grant zone change SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — A zone change to clear the way for a 46-space trailer park in the Calimesa area was granted Monday by the County Board of Supervisors. Supervisors approved zoning for apartments for iand owned by Joe Mulder, located on the northeast corner of the 5th street-County Line road intersection. The change is from zon ing for duplexes, and action had been held up from a session last week because of protests from neighbors. Supervisor S. Wesley Break made the motion for the zone change, upon the condition that a neighbor who has a fertilizer trucking business be protected from any ill effects. in Clock Auditorium, scene of the Miss Redlands judging. The 5-foot. 7'i-inch Reldands High school senior is the daughter of Lt. Col. and Mrs. Harold B. Stuber, 118 South avenue. She has lived in Redlands Hi- years and has a sister. Laurel, and a brother. Britton. Melodyc plans to attend the University of California at Riverside majoring in education following high school graduation. She is a graduate of a modeling school in Riverside. The Miss Redlands contest, sponsored by the Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce, will take place at 8 p.m. Saturday in Clock Auditorium on the high school campus and the public is invited. The queen hopefuls will appear in street clothes, evening gowns and bathing suits. The winner will represent the city in the National Orange) Show Queen contest, and will receive numerous gifts. Each girl will receive a charm bracelet as a memento of their par ticipating in the contest, according to chairman Mai Olmos. Last year's winner, Cathy Hales, who went on to win the Orange Show queen crown and the title of Maid of California i*j'r PBZk Sit?;'> MELODYE STUBER -iunfz \ 'lustrate talk with slides Artist Roger Kuntz will describe his development as a at the State Fair, has been instructing the contestants during the rehearsals. Other rehearsals are planned for tonight, Thursday night and Friday night. In addition to Miss Stuber, the Miss Redlands candidates! are: Carolyn Fulton, Emilijane! a S ain c |l0s e Disneyland. Allaman. Dale Foy. Patti Buh-! The Disneyland parties .-.•to b s n project wins approval SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — The use of welfare recipients to clear the olive tree area of Prado Basin was approved Monday by the County Board of; painter illustrating his talk Supervisors. with color slides, at 7:30 p.m. A week ago. Board membersi tomorrow in Lyon Art Gallery asked Robert A. Covington, ad-jat Smiley Library, ministrative officer, to advise! Seating will be limited lo 90 them on what would be entailed people. in using welfare recipients. Mon -i Several of Kuntz' paintings day, Covington said 20 to oOifrom his well-known "freeway men could be used, with super-: series" are also in the Fcbru- vision costing less than Sl .OOO .'ary show. Museums have pur- j chased some of these paintings, both as a record of the times and for their emphasis on contemporary design. Kuntz received his master o£ fine arts degree from Pomona College. In 1956-57 he studied under a Guggenheim fellowship. He is a member of the teaching staffs at Los Angeles Country Art Institute, Scripps College and Claremont College. He has had nine one-man shows, with many awards, and RHS Class of '64 ^icks Disneyland % annual party Graduating seniors from Redlands and Yucaipa high schools have already made reservations to hold their graduation parties at Disneyland, it was reported < has had six showings in' Los today - j Angeles County Museum. He RHS seniors debated between j was represented in the opening a Palm Springs party and a show at University of Redlands' Disneyland party this year but I Peppers Gallery by an oil of a in recent voting, class members beach home interior, emphasizing strong sunlight patterns. are 1 He will be introduced by Mrs. Lindsey, Raye Hibbard, and Jodie Hodson. Girl-crew first mate may become skipper's mate SAN DIEGO (UPI) -Bernice Yates named to state honey board Herbert Yates, Mentone beekeeper, has been elected to the board of directors of the State Honey Advisory board, it was announced today. Mr. Yates, 1338 Malachite, will serve a one-year terra representing San Bernardino, Orange, Los Angeles and Ventura counties. Bob Dolan of Mentone is his alternate. The organization, operated un cr auspices of the state department of agriculture, has the principal goal of promoting the sale and distribution of honey. This is Mr. Yates first time on the board although lie has served previously as an alternate. Mrs. Yates, who is active in bee and honey organizations along with her husband, was re cently elected president of the woman's auxiliary of the California Beekeeper's association TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. SUNDAY MORNING DO-HUT CLUB 3 - 6 • 9 Doubles FREE COFFEE! FREE DO-NUTS! EVERY SUNDAY af 11 a. m. Entry Fee — $4 per team S2 Bowling — $2 Prize Ladies: Let us find you a Bowling "Pardner" for Sunday Mornings EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Celton Ave. Phone 793-2525 Berkson, who served as first mate of an all-woman crew on skipper Lee Quinn's ketch "Neophyte" on a cruise to Tahiti, filed suit for divorce Monday —apparently in order to marry her former skipper. Mrs. Berkson, attractive 37- year-old mother of three, accused her husband, John, 46, a retired Rancho Santa Fe business executive, with cxtremei mental cruelty. | There had been reports of marital troubles when Mrs. Berkson returned last Oct. 10 from the three - month cruise from Honolulu to Tahiti — but she refused to confirm them at that time. She flew back to Hawaii three weeks later and returned to Los Angeles aboard a plane with Quinn. The couple sidestepped questions about a possible ro mance at that time. He announced in Honolulu Monday night that his wife, Mary Ann, is suing him for divorce and confirmed that he planned to marry Mrs. Berkson. Quinn, 36, who divides his time between sailing with girl crews and flagpole painting, is well known in Redlands having on several occasions painted the city's famous Liberty pole and also the Post Office flag pole. On his last visit to Redlands about a month ago, Quinn said he was planning another voyage. Although he was accompanied by Mrs. Berkson at the time, he indicated that she would not make the next phase lert. Kathleen Whiter, Sandy held from 11 p.m. to 5 a.m.E'don E. Hitc. of the Lyon Gal- Becottc, K e 11 e y McCreery. and graduates and their dates lcr - v committee. The current Junette Avev, Barbara Miller, go by chartered bus. show - hun S b >" M «- K J ;n ° e ' h And Cynthia Sprague. Becky RHS holds a late commencc-i^orse. continues through Feo- Tirey, Jean Leary, DeMaris ment this year —June 18. But,™ 31 ^ 23. there will be Disneyland graduation parties on June 11, 12, 13 1 and 19 this year to accom-! modate graduates who have applied. In addition to Redlands and Yucaipa in this area, senior classes from Colton, San Ber -I nardino, Pacific, Eisenhower, Chaff ey. Banning and Beaumont I high schools have also made! Disneyland reservations. of the trip. On his previous trips to Redlands, he was accompanied by his wife, Mary Ann. She was an active member of his flagpole painting crew but apparently had no desire to join the seagoing crew. Grant extension for Yucca Valley petition SAN BERNARDINO (CNS— Two more members of the Communications Workers ol America have been found guilty of contempt of court by Judge Edward P. Fogg in San Bernardino county superior court. But Glenn Smalley, vice president of the union, was found not guilty as an individual. Charges are all based on complaints filed by General Telephone company involving a A jury trial began in Redlands I court order controlling the type Justice Court this morning for!of picketing in the now four- a Yucaipa woman charged with.n> ont h old strike. ! misdemeanor manslaughter in! Found guilty on three sep- i the death of a two-month-old in-iarate counts were Mrs. Gail A 30-day extension on the Umc| fant iTingstrom and Jack Mauch. Manslaughter trial jury completed Two more found guilty of contempt of court allowed for circulation of peti tions for incorporation of the Yucca Valley area was granted Monday by the County Board! of Supervisors. [ The charge was filed against:Sentence will be imposed on Mrs. Beverly Jean Anderson.!Feb. 17. 12570 Douglas street, following! More than 20 workers were a November 19, 1963, traffic accident at Colton avenue and Ten- Supervisor Ross Dana said|nessee, which resulted in the that another extension would be granted, in view of the peculiar situation in Yucca Valley resulting from the death in an auto accident of the previous headj of the incorporation group. Supervisors also granted a 30- day extension for petitions for incorporation of the Yucaipa community. They have the power to grant any number of 30-day extensions, but they indicated that the Yucaipa people would not get any more. ENDS ON SOUR NOTE ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI)—The Rev. Harry P. Phillips Jr. ended his last Sunday sermon by telling the congregation at West Presbyterian Church that a thief had made off with several death of Nancy Valdepena, daughter of Mrs. Juanita Val­ depena, North Alabama street. Redlands police officer Ted Vastine, who investigated the accident, filed the complaint. Mrs. Anderson is represented by attorney Rex Cranmer. Deputy District Attorney John Arden is the prosecuting attorney. The jury panel selected this morning includes Ardith Baker, Margaret Beedy, Edward Swan, Mildred Adams, Elsa Rogers, Arthur Gray, C. A. Partridge. named in the original complaint b u t Judge Fogg dismissed charges against 10 last week. Dismissed were Seigar Pruiksma, Dick Larson, Joe Goodman, John Pruiksma, W. O. Neuman, Jim Mills, Leroy Puckett, T. Vanderlinde, Don Cameron and Kenneth M. Owen. Proceedings on the remaining contempt charges were expected to last more than a week. NEW WORLD RECORD LONDON (UPI) — An exhausted 19-year-old London College student today claimed the .world's hand-shaking record. Louise Desplaines. Cleo Burns, !j onn Lawless, a student at Re- Richard Lackey, Verda Wilson.i gent polytechnic, stood all day and O. L. Martin. jin Oxford Circus Wednesday • ~ | and shook the hands of 12,000 overcoats from a vestibule!passers-by, breaking the old clothes rack. 1 record of 11.349 set last year. 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