Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 13, 1964 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, February 13, 1964
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Local Notes Two for $3.50 Blouses from our regular stock. Her Majesty. x Quitting Bujinessl 10 per cent off on all merchan dise except bread, milk, wine & beer. The Food Center, 118 E. Redlands Blvd. y Dresses from $4.50 Hurry to Her Majesty! Barnett says: Redlands to see many unsold homes by 1965 Complete Fish Dinners 89 cents Also Chicken and Shrimp, $1.39. Free delivery. Open 4 p.m. daily, Sundays 12 noon. Chicken Delight, 302 E 793-2285. By the end of the year Red- x|lands Realtors will begin to feel I the pinch of at least 500 unsold Fresh Eastern Oysters Shrimp, lobsters, fillet of sole, sea bass, halibut, salmon, swordfish. finnan haddie. Barron's Market, across from Fox Theatre, 793-3139. x Hot Cross Buns Goodie Shop, 24 E. State, x Treasure Tones Peinf. Perk Freej Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn BIdg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x Be Our Guest for a three-day vacation in San Francisco. Come in and see how you can enjoy a free 3-day vacation for two people in the City by the Golden Gate. Bert S. Hatfield Buick, E. Redlands Blvd. between 7th and 8th. homes and a "staggering" num ber of vacant apartments, the president of one of Redlands' most active home building firms Citrus, Phonal declared yesterday. x| Edward Barnett, president of Citation Construction Co., issued the warning in a comprehensive report on the local housing market to members of the Redlands Board of Realtors "There will be a number of sick subdivisions by year's end and 1965 will see a considerable amount of distress merchandise on the market. , 'It follows that distress merchandise will rob legitimate sales from both of us," Barnett told the Realtors. Hesitating to make numerical projections on apartment vacancies, Barnett stated that in his opinion the vacancy factor in that type of housing will be staggering. Artificial Need 'The tragic part of the story! construction and find dollars for operating expenses, all within the limits of the construction loan. Sour Projects "In both fields the proj ect turns up sour, the developer can walk away from it and give it back to the lender. This will happen here," Barnett predicted. The Citation Construction Co. official observed that on the basis of 3.5 persons per house and 2 persons per apartment, a population increase of 5,200 persons — or of about 15 per cent — would be necessary to absorb the 1964 production of new dwelling units. In giving his views on the future of Redlands. Barnett not' ed that his company recognized well over i year ago that the city would be faced with the problem of a large number of dwelling units being completed during 1964. 'This year will be a test of whether or not we have learned anything from the unfortunate Crosby's condition Nowak files nomination petition with 70 names and 880 units require a $11,000 annual income to support the purchase. The present sales picture ofj the new individual homes is 60; conveyor belt in the basement reported good in hospital Redlands Post Office employe Dennis Crosby was reported in "good condition" at Redlands Community hospital today following seven hours of surgery yesterday to save his left arm. Crosby, 43, was working on a X jis that the production (of new I experiences of others in similar (homes and apartments) is notjsituations." Hesser Funeral I motivated by need, but is ar-j Barnett's report to the Real- Requiem Mass for George O.jtificially propped," he asserted.!tors was supported by the fol- Hesser were held Wednesday ati Barnett maintained that apart-llowing statistics relating to pro .9:00 a.m. from Sacred Heartiment construction has beenjduction and sale of dwelling Church Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor officiated. Pallbearers were: James Whittmore, James Sloan, C. E. Saunders, Dewitt Arbuckle, Lang Buchl, Jerry Conlin. Honorary pallbearers: Jerry Willis, E. A. Stanley, R. J. Maddox, Tom Didousis, Gus Bisesi, Norton Hazeldine, and James Glaze. Entombment was at Hillside Memorial Park Mausoleum. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Firemen answer three alarms Redlands firemen answered three calls yesterday afternoon ' and evening. The first alarm was for an elm tree fire at 1106 Sixth street. The blaze was started when a power line snapped at 2:33 p.m. Another tree fire occurred at 4:13 p.m. at 1638 Garden street when some boys who were trying to smoke bees out of the tree accidentally caught the branches on fire. At 9:03 p.m. the department answered a call from Richard Weisberg, 730 Eureka street. A furnace motor had overheated and firemen used smoke eject ors. prompted by "an attractive tax structure and an abundance of mortgage funds." And in the individual home field by "an abundance of mortgage funds in savings and loans." "The result is that a develop units in Redlands. 1,020 New Homes In the classification of individual homes there are: A total of 1,020 units proposed for immediate construction, under construction or recently er can, without investing ajcompleted. Of this total, 140 nickel of his own money, purchase land, complete lot improvements, complete house units require a purchaser with an income of more than S8.000 a year to support the purchase, units sold in the $8,000 income category and 50 units sold in the $ll,000-plus income bracket. This means that there are 80 unsold units in the $8,000 group and 830 unsold units in the $11,000-plus group Barnett observed that the developments pointed to the $8,000 annual income families "have lacked sales momentum, are sick and will remain so for some time to come." He report cd that of the 80 unsold units in this category, about 60 have been completed for approximately six months or longer. He indicated that about half of the 830 unsold homes in the $11,000 - plus income bracket would be sold. 810 New Apartments "It appears that Redlands will be well supplied," Barnett stated in reporting that 500 apartment units are now under construction or have recently been completed, and that an additional 310 apartments arc proposed for immediate construction Of the total 810 apartments only 70 are now rented, according to Barnett. A breakdown • on apartment developments shows 150 one- bedroom units renting at between $85 and $135; 590 two-bedroom units renting at $125 to $175; and 70 three-bedroom units renting at $150 to $225. "We envision vacancies occurring in the two bedroom category," Barnett said of the Post Office yesterday morning when his arm was caught and pulled into rollers which move the belt. He was freed by Redlands firemen after a half-hour ordeal. Surgeons who operated on Crosby's crushed and severelyj lacerated arm said it was still too early to determine whether the surgery was successful Crosby, a postal employe forj 10 years, resides at 24949 Court street. Lorn a Linda. Former S.B. stewardess dead in crash Democrats to honor Anderson RETURN CUBANS WASHINGTON (UPI) — Sev en young crewmen who were aboard the Cuban fishing boats seized for fishing in Florida waters will be repatriated to Cuba. The seven, all under 17, are at the U. S. immigration sta Uon at Opalaka, Fia. the State Department said Wednesday their return is being arranged through Czech diplomats. Weather BainfaU Jan. 13 Jan. 14 _ Jan. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 _. Jan. 18 Jan. 19 _ Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Jan. 22 — Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 — Jan. 29 — Jan. 30 Jan. 31 — Feb. 1 _. Feb. 2 — Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 11 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 3 __ 5 ZZZ 6 7 8 9 10 Temp. 24 Sea­ Houn son . 63 31 , 56 33 „ 68 38 —.. 67 35 , . 64 35 . 51 46 .02 6.50 57 43 .11 6.61 61 38 S3 47 .78 7.39 54 41 .72 8.11 54 34 »— 61 33 „ 67 35 58 36 _, 70 36 70 38 70 38 70 39 . 78 40 . 78 42 77 41 ... 70 37 73 40 „ 69 37 64 41 70 33 73 40 80 37 SO 40 . 62 41 69 39 .02 8.13 64 34 Democrats of San Bernardino County will honor Lt. Gov. Glenn M. Anderson on his fifty- first birthday Saturday evening at Azure Hills Country Club. Martin B. Heisler, chairman of the 7 p.m. event, said that Lt. Gov. Anderson will arrive at mid-afternoon Saturday from Sacramento. He will be greeted by a reception committee head ed by State Senator Eugene Nisbet and Assemblyman John Quimby. Others in the reception committee will be San Bernardino Mayor Donald Mauldin, Supervisor Paul Young, Phil Drey, chairman of the County Demo cratic Central Committee, and several candidates for the state Assembly. Numerous individual Democratic leaders will also be on band. Vital Records BIRTHS JIMINEZ — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Jiminez, 1363 Eighth street, San Bernardino, Feb. 12, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. MARTINEZ — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Martinez, Census to check on employment "How many weeks did you work in 1963?" This and other questions on work experience _. , . , last year will be asked of per- 35606 Fir street, Yucaipa,j sons in ^ose households par- Feb. 13. 1964, at Redlands ticjpafjng m the Census Community hospital. Bureau's February Current Pop-! JENS.MA — Born, a son, to Mr. | uIatl - on gurvev. j Strong winds return to Southland LOS ANGELES (UPD—Strong winds returned to Southern California for the third straight day today as the U.S. Weather Bureau reported another storm grandchildren. and Mrs. Louis Jensma, 1955 Brookdale drive, Feb. 12,1964, at Redlands Community hospital. DEATHS FAGERBERG — Died in Loma Linda, Calif., Feb. 11, 1964, Mrs. Amelie Sofi Fagerberg. 25150 Starr street. Loma Linda, Calif., aged 83 years native of Sweden, and resident of Loma Linda for 17 years. Deceased is survived by the following children: 4 sons; George Fagerberg. Lincoln De braska; Agne Fagerberg, Loma Linda, Calif.; Evert Fagerberg, Praire Village, Kansas; Egon Fagerberg, Lincoln, Nebraska 6 daughters: Goldie Hitren Sun City. Calif.; Edith Gilmore, Dallas, Texas; Linnea Severin, Redlands, Calif.; Svea Jose, Loma Linda, Calif.; Grace Jose Loma Linda, Calif.; Virginia Umbarger. Loma Linda, Calif. 22 grandchildren. 13 great 1 brother: Karl Interviewers will call on local households the week of February 17-22, Leonard C. Isley, Director of the Bureau's regional office in Los Angeles announced today. Mrs. Fr?nces L. Meisch. 17171 Marygold, Fontana. will contact the Census Bureau interviewers here. TYLER, Tex. (UPD—A light plane exploded in mid - air Wednesday scattering wreckage for one-half mile. A Denver sales executive and an airline stewardess were burned beyond recognition. Dead were June Buchanan, 24, Denver, a Western Airlines stewardess, and David John Whalen, 39, a district sales manager for General Electric. Miss Buchanan formerly lived at San Bernardino, Calif., and Whalen's parents live in Rochelle. N.Y. "It crashed like a ball of fire," P.W. Brimer said. Brimer said the plane seemed to fall apart in the air. The tail section of the Piper Comanche was found one-half mile from the main wreckage. Whalen filed a flight plan from New Orleans to Denver. Other sources said the couple had been to Nassau. Authorities said there was an earlier report that a third person died, but it was without foundation. Laurance H. Nowak, an en gineer with Space Technology Laboratories at Norton AFB, received official endorsement as a City Council candidate today. A nominating petition signed by 10 local residents who support Nowak was filed with the City Clerk's Office this morning. He is the fourth man to become an official candidate for one of two Council positions to be filled in the April 14 municipal election. The 44-year-old engineer who has lived in Redlands since 1960 stated that he is seeking elec tion to the Council because he has "a deep concern over the effects of the changing character and size of our population and its ultimate effects in terms of more complex and broadening governmental and management problems of the city, education and recreational facilities needs, property tax| loads and community plan ' nm g •• jied experience in the Aerospace He added, "There is a needi field and was a former direc Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 13, 1964 - 5 to give recognition to represen tation to the increasing num bers of personnel in Redlands from the Aerospace Industry, both military and civilian. 'And there is a need to attract diverse industries to im prove the tax base and to provide a new labor market." His nominating petition was signed by George Ellis, 330 Franklin avenue, who circulated it, and by Gen. John W. Sessums (USAF, ret.), 100 East Sunset; Mrs. Grace Mullens, 30 N. Center; John Crowley, 1429 Mira Monte. tor with Lockheed Propulsion Company. He was an active member in community planning Mrs. Morehead dies at age of 84 after illness Mrs. Maude B. Morehead. !52 Fourth street, mother of Mrs. Dale L. (Thelma) Ferguson of Redlands. died here yesterday at the age of 84 after an extended illness. Mrs. Morehead, daughter of a Civil War veteran who was with General Sherman on his historic (march, came to Redlands with her husband from her native Indiana in October 1949 to be near their daughter. Here she attended the First Presbyterian church and was a member of the Beacons Fellowship group. In addition to her daughter, she leaves two grandsons. Donald A. Ferguson of La Habra and J. Richard Ferguson of San Diego; three great-granddaugh-' iters and four great-grandsons. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 a.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary with Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian at the Naval Ordnance Test'church, officiating. Entombment Station at China Lake. ! will be in the mausoleum at He attended the University of Hillside Memorial Park. Redlands but military service; interrupted his college career! . and he graduated from San! ClTPUS SefllinOP Jose State College. Other Council candidates are incumbent William T. Hartzell. University of Redlands administrator Jack Cummins and Red lands High School teacher Charles De.Mirjyn. Nominating papers are still being circulated And Russell Wilmot, 1509 Bel I [ or ,, J . ose P h ^"ghney and Carl A. Giese. Baby born to 10-year-old girl in Chicago CHICAGO (UPI) — A 10-year old girl who gave birth to a 5 pound-15-ounce baby by Caesarean section was reported in satisfactory condition today. Attendants at St. Bernard's Hospital, said the baby, a full term girl, was in "fair condition." The child was born Wednesday. The mother was believed to be the youngest in Chicago medical records. Medical sources 1 EMMERSON MORTUARy * 703 Brookside Avenue ZP ^-JtL Redlands. California Pnooe 793-2441 Dear friends, We are not surprised when people express a lack of information about the funeral director's service. Need for a mortician comes to the average family only once in fourteen years. When that need arises, the family faces a strange and distressing situation. Your funeral director realizes this and does his utmost to relieve the family of needless concern, and to provide reassurance. Respectfully, :::^;-:^^^|^PP^P|^|^PP^j|P^^||^||^Pgg|g| Montecito Memorial Park. ODELL — Died in Los Angeles, Calif., Feb. 11, 1964, Mrs. Elsie M. Odeli, 4611 Maple wood avenue, Los Angeles, aged 62 years, native of 111., and resident of Los Angeles for 7 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Joseph G. Odell. Los Angeles; her brother: Frank H. Keck, Oak Harbor, Washington; also two nieces: Mrs. John G. Walsh, Tempe, Ariz.; Mrs. Patrick Hussey, Huntington Beach. Funeral services will be held Friday 11:00 a.m. at the Em- Imerson Redlands Mortuary chapel, Rev. Willard A. Schurr, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. MOREHEAD — Died in Red lands, Calif., February 12 1964, Mrs. Maude B. Morehead. 152 4th Street, Red lands, aged 84 years, native resident of Redlands for 15 years. Funeral services will be Saturday. 11 a.m., at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel. Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church officiating. Entombment in Hillside Mausoleum front moving into the area. IHakansson, Stockholm. Sweden. One death and extensive prop-) Funeral services will be held erty damage were attributed to; 2 '- 00 P m - Monday at the Em- the winds. merson Valley Mortuary chapel. Gusts up to 60 miles per hour,^' dcr . W " bnu % K ' mCba P n != n ' pHa dsaid a 9-year-old Arkansas girl ripped through San Bernardino JL^Z Tni was believcd t0 ^ b( *n ^ Wednesday, uprooting trees and j °l^osl mother on record in tearing down power lines. Some coastal sections kept small craft warnings up as 30 mph winds buffeted the shores Wednesday night A fisherman, Toshikazu J. Okada, 35 Gardena. was swept into the ocean and drowned when a high wave hit the Redondo Beach breakwater. A diver recovered his body. Riverside received .43 inches of rain, desert areas were dampened by sprinkles, and two inches of snow fell at some mountain resort levels. the United States. A 10-ycar-old newspaper vendor named Maria Gonzalez Garcia gave birth by Caesarean section to a 5-pound 10-ounce son at Women's Hospital in Mexico City one week ago. Both are doing fine. Secrecy protected the young mother in St. Bernard's Hospit al in Chicago. She was identi fied only as a Negro fourth grade student. Her name was not made known N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks met wave after wave of resiS' tance as they attempted to reach the 800 level in the Dow Jones industrial average today. The market closed mixed but with definite signs that many issues were attempting another last-minute push forward. Chrysler, which reported rec ord 1963 earnings more than double the 1962 figure, declined early in the session but moved well above its low at the close. Other autos were narrowly mixed. Dow Jones Stock Average* High Low Cloje Chgs. 30 ind 799.07 789.99 794.42 off 0.40 20 rrs 184.05 182.09 183.13 up 0.10 15 utl 140.84 139.59 140.31 off 0.12 65 stk 278.05 275.07 276.59 off 0.09 Sales today were about 4.82 millions shares compared with 4.65 million shares Wednesday. IS Most Attire Slack; i (Dow-Janes Scrrice. Courtesy J,e»!rr. Byons A C».) 202 E. State Volume Cle*e Cbac •* < hrT.ler . 41^ — < Hl.;n» Ainer. T. * T. ...HS'i — KH.IttO Sprrrr Ran*' ...... 19', — >, SI.IM l.fhljS VaJIrr .... I 5 , anrh. 5<UM Geo. Dynamics - — 'j M,1M Georgia Par. ..._ SB't - >, 4».K» N.Y. Central K'a - »» 4S.7M >ord S3 - IK.lino Nat - !. Air. 4f >H —tt» .I'l.linn General Tel. J3'« - 3 i JUJMM1 Oont- Air — 17 s . - >, 13,iM Tei. Golf - >. 3-_\n(W> Helene Cortls S* 5 » -1U rtl.ioo Tex. Goir Prod. _ 57', — •» :H.ono Xerox 77'i —U. Air Court; Allan Gartenberg, 377 Franklin; Jack Levine, 131 Belmont Court; Harold Carr, 841 Sharon road: P. J. Stevens 134 Anita Court; and H. L. Tbackwell, Jr., 1509 West Highland. Nowak and his wife, Elaine, reside at 1525 Marilyn lane. They have one son, Larry, who was Redlands High School student body president in 1961 and who served as mayor in the 1961 Youth in City Government | Day. Nowak has bad long and var About People Mtlind* Mae Suydim, daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee K. Suy^ dam, 30990 Sutherland drive, has been initiated into Kappa Delta sorority at Oregon State university. Steven Robert Schoen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Schoen, 1409 West Crescent avenue, is a mid-year graduate at Claremont Men's College this week with the degree of bachelor of arts. He will receive his diploma at formal graduation exercises in June. I Students enjoy comic program Students of Redlands Senior High School were treated to an unusual rendition of comedy and music as Joss Wind, European styled entertainer presented two assembly programs on the R.H.S. campus. opens Sunday in Riverside An intensive seminar on California's important citrus industry will be attended February 16 through 20 in Riverside by R. L. Miller, vice president and manager of Bank of America's Redlands branch. The five-day seminar, conducted jointly by Bank of America and the University of California, as designed to inform bank personnel on all aspects of growing, marketing and financing citrus and other subtropical crops. Speakers will include Bank of America executives, agricultural "experts and businessmen. Among the topics covered will Just returning from Germany and France where he appeared °e tn e physical and economic on behalf of the American Spe- factors, production trends, or- cial Services, Mr. Wind present-[chard planning and planting, ir- ed some remarkable imitations 1 rigation and salinity, tree main- of famous personalities s u c h tenance, fertilization, soil man- as Arthur Godfrey. Louis Arm-! agement, insect and disease strong, Nat King Cole, etc. | control and financial needs of In the program arranged by| subtropical agricultural crops, the Assemblies Committee ofj the R.H.S. Student Council. Mr. Wind showed his versatility by combining the styles of Liberace, and Earl Garner. He is also an excellent violinist and electric guitar player. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Charles A. Vieira, P.O. Box 903, Mentone. x Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 STUART E. POWER EASTMAN DILLON, UNION SECURITIES & Co. MEMBERS NEW TORE STOCK EXCHANGE 6290 Magnolia Ave., Riverside (Plaza) Dial Operator (Toil-Free) for Zenith 7-8500 _ Reoidence: 793-1420 SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads WII.I.1AM C. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every eveninf (except Sundeyi at Facu building, 700 Brook side at Center. Redlands. California Founded October 33, 1890. 74th year. Entered as second clan matter October 23. 1690. at the Post Office it Redlands. California, ander act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advance) By Carrier Delivery One Most* f 1-5* Ifcree Msntka 4.1» Six Manias KM Oaa l'ear 1M» On* Month One Teat _ Br Mail IJa .. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Announcement of Funeral Services CARL LEE DONALD DEARDEN Interment services 10:20 a.m., Friday, at Ft Rosecrans National Cemetery. JOHN (Jack) A. STEWARD Services 11:00 a.m. Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. JERE C. BOWDEN Body forwarded to Pomona for services and burial. f. ARTHUR C0RTNER 221 BROOKSIDE ML • Ft 2-1411 *4nnouncemeiif of Services FINN. Richard F. 1:00 p.m. Today Memorial Service University Methodist Church ODELL, Mrs. Elsie M. 11:00 a.m. Friday Redlands Chapel FISHERING. Mrs. Gwendolyn 1:00 p.m. Friday Redlands Chapel MOREHEAD, Mrs. Maude B. 11:00 a.m. Saturday Redlands Chapel FAGERBERG. Mrs. Amelie S. 2:00 p.m. Monday Valley Chapel Loma Linda Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 MOOKSIDE AVE. 7W-244' Hardware*/ Furniture-Appliances END-of-WEEK SPECIALS Low-Prices in Effect FRIDAY and SATURDAY COOK 'N SERVE FRY PAN • Smart Styling • Keeps Cooked Food Hot • Twin Handles • Washes Under Water . . . with Cover and Control Master $ Presto Deluxe Drum Model Hair Dryer. 575.88 Presto 4 Qt. Cast Aluminum Cooker $ 1448 Week-end SPECIAL Friday and Saturday $8.88 Buys Presto's Steam & Dry Iron Week End Specials From Our Hardware Dept. 25' Swan 4f*4 Q0 Sprinkler Hose ?at.0O 25' x W Swan #9 QQ Supreme Garden Hose «pala00 IGLOO COOLERS 3 Gallon Igloo Cooler $ 7.88 5 Gallon Igloo Cooler $10.88 10 Gallon Igloo Cooler $14.88 Cool Water is Always at Hand with Igloo Water Coolers SPECIAL PRICES IN EFFECT FRI., FEB. I4»h & SAT., FEB. JJth. Furniture 19 East CHrui Downtown Radlands PY 3-3279

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