Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 14, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Friday, February 14, 1964
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4 - Friday, Feb. 14, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Planning Commission approves many items A zone change, two churches,!near Ford street were recom-!Public Schools for a future ele- three large subdivisions, a shop-j mended for approval. The prop ping center building and a crty, owned by a Santa Fe school site received favorah]c|Springs, Calif., land developer, action from the city Planning I would be divided into about 130 Commission this week. jlots. Working on a lengthy agenda at its Tuesday meeting, the mentary school. "The rapid development of the southeast area made it obvious that we needed to obtain a school site, and this was our first choice," Bill Gib- Commission took the following actions: Zone Changs Recommended approval of rezoning a portion of Third street between Pearl avenue and Stuart street from R-2 multiple residential to light industrial uses. Donald Arnegard, representing properly owners in the area, stated that many old dwellings have been torn down along the street and that others would be removed if the zone change is approved. "We do have plans to develop the property," he asserted. Two Churches A conditional use permit was Development of the tracts j son, assistant superintendent in would result in the realignment charge of business affairs, told of Highland avenue into Fifth Commissioners, avenue and the extension of! He added, "With the Moore Ford street to Palm avenue, 'junior High School site adjac CITRUS OUTLOOK By W. A. Brunton The easier feeling in the or-;auctioned. Lighter volume and ange market that became no-jimproved condition of arrivals ticeablc last week continued in-[accounted for the advance, to this week as track and roll-| Total sales of Navels in all ing supplies increased anotfier'channels last week amounted to 75 cars. ) 1191 cars selling at prices av Prices remained fairly stable j eraging $2.73 per carton F.O.B but some discounting was tak-; shipping point, or 6 cents Planning Commissioners, ent to the elementary site, wel m S P |a « as shippers tried to (higher than the preceding week unload cars they had on wheels, when 1211 cars were reported This seemed the better part of;by shippers and marketing or- valor rather than creating ajganizations. During the corres- piie-up in the auctions which j ponding week a year ago 657 could easily occur. jcars sold at prices averaging It is difficult to determine $3-« P cr carton, or approxi- Apartment Project Approved site development plans for 14 additional apartment units at the Lido Palms agreed to reduce the right-of-j feci we have taken care of way on the remaining portion; school needs in that area very of Highland avenue east ofinicely. Grove street (formerly Somcrs) from 100 feet to 80 feet, but maintaining 40 feet of pavement. The developer maintained that the portion of High- j apartments on Pine street at land east of Grove had been]Tennessee. The Development designated as a collector street; presently has 56 dwelling units, and that he should not have to! Miscellaneous Actions give up 20 additional feet of I frontage on each lot for right-jlot split request by Ruth Mat- of-way purposes. jteson for property on the south Shopping Centtr Building | .side of Marion road about 900 Hicks-Badraun Enterprises!feet cast of Marvin avenue. mately 70 cents above this year. A few Valencias are starting to move from Arizona and other j of Riverside gained approval! Recommended approval of a approved for the First Assem-j 0 f elevations for a proposed!variance sought by Truman En- bly of God Church to allow the' building to be constructed at terprisos, Inc., of Inglewood. construction of a church on't ne s ite of their University to allow creation of two 55-foot four acres on the cast side of p i a z a shopping center at'width lots instead of the re- why demand has slackened for Navels as Florida shipments are down drastically. The shipment of early and mid-season! desert areas. Shipments are ex oranges from that state areiPected <° be about 25 cars next Recommended approval of a !P»cUcaIIy complete and ship-!week and 50 cars the week fol- pers are holding back on. lowln 2- Valencias awaiting higher sugar! Peak movement from these content. i early districts is not anticipated Florida Temple oranges, how-;until mid-March and will con- ever, are highly competitive totinue through ApriL This vari- Navels and these have been fca-iety usually offers competition tured by many of the nationalto small sized Navels, especial- chains and other large retail)ly in the Canadian and smaller outlets in recent weeks, which'domestic markets. Ford street 400 feet south of, church' street and Lugonia ave-jquired 85-foot width on prop- Crestview road. In addition, thej nue . jerty on the north side of Chest- Emmanuel Missionary Baptist, The new structure would nut avenue, about 240 feet cast Church, which previously had house a restaurant and other.of San Mateo street, gotten approval of a proposed < types of businesses. Already un- Aproved a parking lot de- site at the northeast corner otjdcr construction at the site is Signed in connection with the Brockton and Occidental, wasjf ne large structure for Alpha!construction of a two-story pro- granted commission review and approval of actual development plans and building elevations. Three Subdivisions | Three large residential sub -i Beta Markets. School Site Okayed Approved the purchase of a 10-acre site on the south side of East Highland avenue at Lin' divisions on Highland avenueicoln street by the Redlands 'W. Pierce, jfessional office building on (property between Cajon street and Fourth street, 200 feet south of Clark street. The building will be constructed by Guy is undoubtedly one of the rea-j Oranges from Israel arc now sons demand for Navels has;arriving in eastern Canada cased a bit. Florida citrus representatives!New York. Israel gained a foot- People's Column Kesders of lb* Fact* %n IBTIW* <• •end their thonghu »B questions of poMio loieresl for »»• la the People*! Column. Pleas* be brief. The writer's trne asm* mnd address matt accompany each letter thonrh peo names are permitted at tht- edtlor'a discretion- The Ten Year View Editor Facts: I can understand, Mr. Editor, that you must report the news and quote speakers remarks but why do you write headlines like that? They hit like a brick. In reference to the fine talk that Mr. Barnett made to us at the regular Wednesday morning meeting of the Board of Realtors I would just like to say that his report was received with genuine interest but was contrary to the report made one week earlier by Mr. Zenz of the Security Title Co. There was genuine sincerity in Mr. Barnett's remarks and we enjoyed bis analysis even though it hurt. We must be realistic. However, Mr. Barnett and his associates and the Citation Construction Co. are building homes as fast as they can. This is fine. Now, if we hit a recession, heaven help us but Mr. Zenz says we are destined to be a large city. The writer has lived in Redlands for 45 years and my pre Miss Mentone contest to be Saturday The Miss Mentone Contest has been rescheduled and will be held tomorrow evening at the Mentone elementary school on Craft on avenue, the Mentone Chamber of Commerce announced today. Seven girls will be judged during the beauty contest which will start at 8 p.m. The Mentone Chamber of Commerce explained that "unavoidable circumstances" had caused the change in date. The contest originally had been set for Feb. 22 Jury finds Mrs. Anderson guilty Mrs. Beverly Jean Anderson, 12570 Douglas street, Yucaipa, was found guilty of misdemeanor manslaughter yesterday by a Redlands Justice Court jury. Judge Ben G. Alexander withheld sentence for a one-year pro SB city council j endorses Norton traffic tunnel An underground tunnel routing past Norton Air Force basa to connect tbe Redlands freeway and the proposed 30th street freeway in San Bernardino was endorsed this week by the San Bernardino City Council. This particular version of a north-south connecting freeway has the concurrence of the State Division of Highways and of Air Force officials. The routing generally parallels Tippecanoe avenue, then becomes a tunnel passing just west of Norton Air Force base. Various alternates had been explored in recent months but because of air traffic approach paths, the routing was either going to have to make a wide by-pass of Norton or go underground. The 30th street freeway in San Bernardino, when built, will pro- vice freeway connection from the Barstow freeway to the City creek gateway to the mountains. It would replace busy Highland avenue through San Bernardino as the major cross-town artery. The Tennessee street interchange at the west Redlands Course in pattern making given Pattern Making and Dress Design is a late-afternoon Adult Education class given under the direction of Frances R. Conant according to Jack Binkley, Co ordinator. Students may learn methods of creating a basic pattern and the rules of pattern design. After the basic pattern is made students may then create origi nal designs. How to adapt a commercial pattern to the basic pattern is also taught. Mrs. Conant graduated from UCLA with a major in H o m e Economics. She formerly taught at South Bay Adult school in Redondo. The class meets Wednesday afternoons, 1 to 4 p.m. at the Franklin Annex, located behind the Franklin Elementary School. The registration fee is $5.00 for the 17-weeks course. For further information, phone 793-2256. Bruce's move causes change in school boards SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost Classified Ads Dramatic Motion Picture of Christ... INSPIRING-ENTERTAINING ^ To Be Shown Smdiy, Feb. 76 3:00 P.M. and 7:00 P.M. Public Invited • No Admission FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Corner Cajon and Olive Angus Bruce, a member of the Mission school board since July, 1961, and of the rem nant of the old Redlands high school board since June, 1963 is moving into the Redlands unified district and has thus submitted his resignation from the two boards, it was reported today. To replace him, the Mission elementary board apointed Arthur E. Paxton who was already serving on the high school board. And, to replace Mr. Bruce on the high school board the board appointed Sirs. Darrell Farwick, who already serves on the Mission elementary board. As a result of these changes, the Mission elementary school board now consists of Don Beckord, president; Mrs. Farwick, Mrs. Carl Bailey, Mr. Paxton and Eli Campbell. A new clerk will have to be selected since Mr. Bruce held that position. Makeup of the old Redlands' high school board will now be Don Beckord, Mrs. Farwick. Mrs. Bailey, Mr. Paxton and Bill Luke of Fallsvalc. The high school board, while still retaining the name "Redlands" now covers just the Mission and Fallsvalc elementary school districts since Redlands unified. As a result, all mem­ bers must live in one of those areas. One of the major responsibilities of this board is to contract with the Redlands unified district for the education of Mis- sion-Falisvale students in grades 7-12. Mrs. Farwick and Mr. Paxton are recent additions to the boards they serve on. Mrs. Farwick was named to the elementary board and Mr. Paxton to the high school board several months ago when Mrs. Betty Rabenstein, elected last April, had to resign for health reasons. She had been elected to both boards. The Mission school board governs the activities of the Mission elementary school on California street and the Victoria school on Richardson, north of Redlands boulevard. The board this week took several specific actions. One was an agreement to use recreation funds to provide bus service from several points in the Mission district to transport youngsters to the Wednesday afternoon program at the Redlands YMCA. Another was to set March 11 as a teacher's in-service day, and therefore a holiday for the in the various markets have been unanimous in their comment that California Navel oranges have stolen the show this year. The excellent quality and attractive prices of the California product have enabled this state to recapture many markets that were lost during 1 the recent years of short sup- sent observation is that the new 1 ' 3 '; 0 " P erio(i ' luri «S "hich Mrs., families moving into nur tmvn Anderson is to violate no law city iinrns is anomer part oi mis lamiues moving into or town .routing since a freeway leg is al- are upgrading us all We have;"™ » ™ ; »» /™ c ™ autom °- so being designed to connect the never seen anything hke it. All! 01 ' 0 ; bllc iulcfl $»°- !Redlands frcewav with the 30th and also in lichter volume ini° f the neucomers are already; The m.sdemeanor manslau g ht-j strect f somewhere near and also in lighter volume in| aB asset l0 our , own and cr charge was filed by Redlands j (he CUv crcek road interscction . claim our beautiful City. P° ucc as tlle r e sul t of a Nov. We must prepare for many,! 19 - 1963 - traffic accident at Col- hold last year when high prices of California and Florida or anges attracted competition from that country as well as other citrus producing countries in the southern hemisphere that were not hurt by freezing weather that damaged crops in most of the major cit- I'rus areas of the northern hem- plies and high prices. isphere. No serious downturn in the market is anticipated, however N ow you Know the Navel Orange Administra-! „,....„ , . .. , live Committee at its meeting! By Un,fed Pre " '"'"national in Los Angeles yesterday voted to again curtail shipments next week so as to give the eastern' The first modern Olympic games in Athens in 1896 drew athletes from nine nations and markets an opportunity to clean; were brought about through the up the surplus supplies now on| efforts of Baron Pierre dc Cou- bertin, a French educator, according to the World Almanac. wheels Central California shipments will be cut back to 725 cars compared to the 800 allotcd this week. Southern California will be allowed to ship -125 cars of Navels next week, which is the same volume as prorated | this week. This total of 1150 cars from the state as a whole will be 700 more than was shipped in the comparable week last year and is the big reason prices are far below a year ago. The Field- Department of the N'OAC announced at the meeting yesterday that it was reducing the estimate of the Southern California crop from 11,500 to 11,000 cars as fruit has failed to put on normal growth. The Central California crop still appears to be the 19, 000 car figure originally estimated, so a total of 30,000 cars of Navels is indicated for the state as a whole. This is the largest crop in recent years and about 5000 cars above the ten year average. A total of 112 cars of Navels sold in the eight auction markets last week at prices averaging $3.71 per carton delivered. This is up from S3.50 the prev many more. Ten years from now — if the builders can survive — we will see so many, many changes that even those of us in the business find it hard to believe. "We are too close to the forest to see the trees." It is true that many new homes have not sold and are being leased or rented but soon they wiJl be sold. "Mr. Barnett and the Citation Construction Co. have my great est respect. Without Mr. Barnett and others like him, many won derful Redlands families would be located in San Bernardino Grand Terrace or Riverside. Fred M. Hooper, Realtor 327 Michigan street. Registrar finds 13,390 valid names on petition In San Bernardino county, 23,390 signatures of registered A tOX WEST CO*ST THEATtf • 131 Colon SttMi . rT. 3-4131 Wed. Mln Parians Marl* r,-,% Tours., Frl., Mon.. Toes., 7 r. M. Sat. and Sun. Cant. S T. 31. jBHYlflB. WW* NiMH (MM BBS Pln» —In Color —Vincent Pries "COMEDY OF TERRORS" PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Show Starts <:30 P. M. — All Drive-ins BASELINE DRIVE-IN NEW RITZ THEATRE 423 "B" St. — San Bdno. Cont. Noon — TU 85317 Bob Hop*] Lilo Pulver "GLOBAL AFFAIR" Co-HitI "Black Zoo" Color TRI-CITY DRIVE-IN ' fi • -'ton ana Rmi.i' Jt £•: L - ' Linda"—Ph. 75U-07; Fox California Thaatra 562 W. 4th St., San Bdno. Conf. 2 P. M. • TU 92678 Walt Disney's Latest Laugh Riot "MISADVENTURES OF MERLIN JONES" Color Co-Hit! Tri-City I Co-Hitl California "Murder at Gallop" | "Disneyland After Dark" youngsters. This is the same dayjious week when 127 cars were the in-service will be held in the Redlands district. The dates were made to conform because of bus problems which might otherwise result. The district also continued its lease with the county superin tendent of schools for the special class for hard-of-hearing youngsters conducted at Mission. OUR ANCESTORS ^7 A. Partridge, Louise Desplaines. Cleo Burris, Richard Lackey, Verda Wilson and O. L. Martin. "Boy! THAT Injun really fell hard for some girl!" ton avenue and Tennessee street. Killed in the collision was two-month-old Nancy Valdepena. daughter of Mrs. Juanita Valde­ pena of Redlands. Mrs. Anderson was represented by Redlands attorney Rex Cranmer. Deputy Diestrict Attorney John Arden served as the prosecuting attorney. The jury panel which returned j . the "guilty" verdict included (voters have been certified on Ardith Baker, Margaret Becdy.'pe'ttons seeking nullification of Edward Swan, Mildred Adams, I the Rumford Housing act, ac- Elsa Rogers, Arthur Gray, C. (cording to Mrs. Eleanor Felton, county registrar of voters. There were a total of 18.512 signatures on all the petitions filed in this county but Mrs. Felton said only 13,390 were found to be legally valid. The percentage was 72.33 which is slightly below the average of 75 per cent on. this type of petition, Mrs. Felton said. The petitions call for placing an initiative on the general election ballot which would, by constitutional amendment, nullify the Rumford Act. This is the act passed by the last session of the legislature which prevents a property owner from discriminating in his choice of buyer or renter. The initiative must have 468,259 valid signatures of registered voters throughout the state to qualify for the ballot. New kind of shorthand being offered Shorthand — ABC method — will be offered Wednesdays, starting February 19, 7 to 10 p.m., Room 43 at the Redlands High School Campus, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. Stenoscript theory and skills, complete in one semester, includes the theory and practice leading to transcription skills The system is a short cut to shorthand and uses the alpha bet. No special symbols or machines are used. Speeds of 80 words per minute and up are possible in a 17-weeks course. The system is acceptable for stenographic employment in general business and Civil Service. The class will be under the direction of W. L. Thomas Persons interested are urged to be at the first meeting at which time textbooks will be available at approximately S8 per book. The registration fee for the course is S4.50. For further information phone 793-2256. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, Feb. U «JPI> — Eggs: Prices to retailers l.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered 1!4 cents higher': AA extra large 45Vi-U!j. A extra large 44'4-47 '2. AA large 38'.i-42ia. A large 36^-37ti, B large 32' 2 -33'-, AA medium 36'j-39W. A medium 34"i-35Va. AA l mall 28Vi- 3Z' 3 . A small 27«i-28»i. Prices to consumers: AA large 4562, A large 31 -58, AA medium 4&-5S, A medium 53-53, AA small 45-4S. A small 42-43. Poultry: Fryers 15-19, roasters 2125. light typo hens 4-3 wtd. avg. 4.48. hens cross 5-6 wtd. avg. 5.47: turkeys: young toms 23-24!j. young hen3 24, roasters 22. • SPECIAL • Delicious HICKORY SMOKE I BARBECUE BEEF FRL, SAT., SUN. REG. 35c 19 PHONE ORDERS SAVE WAITING FOR FAST SERVICE CALL 793-1296 B & B DRIVE-IN Highway 99 at Alabama Redlands Aquinas High defeats Thunderbirds Yucaipa High Thunderbird varsity wrestling team went down to defeat at the hands of Aquinas high yesterday in non-league match by a 3621 margin. Bill Jones led the winners with a 53 second pin. The results: 98 pound — Fuller (A) pin Duke; 106 — Romo (A) pin Flood; 115 — Snyder (A) won by forfeit; 123 — Fitzpatrick (A) dec. Martin; ISO- Little (A) won by forfeit; 136 — Miline (Y) pin Meyer; 141 — Briggs (A) dec. Fiertado; 148 — Wessmen (Y) dec. Turley; 157 — Grundel (Y) pin Spless; 168 — LawTence (A) pin Lloyd; 178 — Jones (A) pin Boisell; 194 — Maddox (Y) dec, Bulmer; heavyweight — Pont (Y) pin Fake. Team totals: Aquinas High 36, Yucaipa 21. About People Lawrence E. Dt Heer, ton of Mr, and Mrs. Abe De Heer, 325 Phlox avenue, has entered the advanced aviation phase in the Isabel Bates Aeronautics Program at Harvey Mudd College. He has received his private pilot license and is now completing instrument and advanced visual flight rules training. Lawrence, a Redlands High graduate, is a junior at Harvey Mudd. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. INTERNATIONAL i nn e FAIR and SALE ORANGE SHOW GROUNDS Cafeteria Building, San Bernardino 8k SAT. 9 a. m. FEB. 15fh to i p. m. SUN. - FEB. loth 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. MON. — FEB. 17th 9 a. m. to 6 p. m. TUES. — FEB. 18»h 9 a. m. to 9 p. m. PUBLIC NOTICE The materials shown are gathered from manufacturers of fine clothing and represent sample cuts and rolls tent to them by mills, designers, couturiers, and importers. The materials come from around the world and around the nation. Most art never sold to retail stores and many represent only one 3. 4, 5 or 10-yard sample cut In existence. Our contract* of supply permit us to show only 4 times a year In this area. YOU MAY SHOP FOB THE ENTIRE YEAR AT A.VY ONE OF THESE SHOWINGS. VISIT THE COUTURIER IMPORT SECTION NEW MATERIALS ALL DAY NEW SELECTION EACH DAY FROM AROUND THE WORLD AND AROUND THE NATION. This showing Happens Only 4 Times • Year If You Sew and Want the Finest Clothing at Lower Than Yardage Prices. Hurry to See This! • COTTONS • WOOLENS • SILKS • RAYONS • LINENS • ACETATES • DACRON-POLYESTER Thousands of fabrics in various weaves and libera BRING YOUR SEAMSTRESS BRING YOUR PATTERNS BRING YOUR FRIENDS FIRST QUALITY ZIPPERS ALL SIZES 12' IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC TRIMMINGS VALUES TO S1.00 YD. 2« YD. UP Values to $4.95-55.95 60" WIDE WOOLENS YD. UP Foreign and Domestic 1000's OF SAMPLES 25' 3, 4, 5 and 10-yd. One-of-a Kind Yd- up ALL FIRST QUALITY AND 100% MONEY-BACK GUARANTEED NO LIMIT — NO RESERVE VALUES TO $1.2» YARD 45" MATERIAL 4 yards $1,80 VALUES TO $2.49 YARD 45" MATERIAL 4 yards $ 2,80

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