Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 14, 1964 · Page 5
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Local Notes Dresses from $4.50 Hurry lo Her Majesty! x Hot Cross Buns Goodie Shop, 24 E. State, x Quitting Business! 10 per cent off on all merchandise except bread, milk, wine & beer. The Food Center, 118 E. Redlands Blvd. > Jack Cooper named Grand Jury foreman Jack Cooper of Rcdlands — widely known in citrus, business, golfing and social circles — was today appointed foreman of the 1964 Grand Jury of San Bernardino County by Superior Court Judge John Knauf. Another Redlands man, J. Frank Deshler, 338 Hartzell, was also drawn to serve on the 1964 Grand Jury organized this morning. Valentine Dance Tony Garcia and his five-piece orchestra will play from 9 p.m to 1 a.m tomorrow for the Valentine's dance at the Philip Marmolejo Legion hall, 1532 N. Church. Joe Hen-era Jr. is gen- ,. „ . , . . , eral chairman. Pete Zavala, post] Cooper, 44, served on the 1952 j 1 *" 'selected from a 30. commander, said the generallGrand Jury. A resident of Rcd-j ^ _ public is urged and invited to]lands for some 25 years, he and] Twul —'- • He is a past vice president of the Redlands Country Club and is presently a member of t h e Country Club golf team. Mr. Cooper is a member of the Elk's Lodge and of the Episco pal Church. Organization of the 1964 Grand Jury started at 10 a.m. before Judge Knauf, who is presiding judge this year. The 19 mem- Deshler's was the third name attend. Imperial Custom Drapes- Choose from over 3000 fabrics Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. x his wife, Eccla, reside at thcidrawn and Cooper's the six- northeast corner of Center street'tcenth. Mrs. Chris D. Barnes of Two for $3.50 Blouses from our regular stock. Her Majesty. x Time Valuable? Call 792-8472, Haircuts by Appointment. Bill's Barber Shop, x Met Opera Tomorrow Tenor James McCracken will sing the title role in Verdi's "Olello" to be presented tomorrow on the weekly Metropolitan Opera company matinee broadcast starting at 11 a.m. on AM Radio, station KGBS, 1020 on (he dial. and Cypress avenue. Although his principal occupation is that jof field representative for United Citrus Growers, Mr. Cooper is also active in selling automobiles and real estate. i Redlands was not drawn for jury duty — she was the only other local resident nominated. Judge Knauf noted that the new jury included widespread representation with residents of 13 different communities serving. Other members of the Grand Judy are: Owen M. Feltham, Cucamonga; Ward H. Schulze, Victorville; Rudolph W. Pico, San Bernardino; Howard D. Geer, Ontario; Mrs. Gordon Corwin, Highland. j And Warren Freeman, S a nl Bernardino; Joe L. Dailey, Yermo; Richard Bumstcad, Ontario; Robert Sherwood, Upland; Charles F. Brown, Baker; Robert S. Goodman, Newbery, And Mrs. Mellvine Fuchs, Colton; Jack F. Comstock, Fonta na; James L. Hutton, San Bernardino; Gen. James L. Jackson, San Bernardino; Dr. George W. Haskell, San Bernardino and Robert O. Cooley, Rialto. One guilty, three innocent in dog cases Grand Jury report Close check urged for assessor's office The 1963 Grand Jury was ap Three dog owners were found not guilty and one was found guilty of leash law violations I parently not altogether pleased last night by .1 u d go Ben G.iwith the operation of county tax Alexander in Redlands justice assessor John Bcvis' office and Cherry Tarts court. lone of its recommendations is Saturday Special, 2 for 29 cents. Found not guiltv were Rich' that thc ncw Grand Jury keep a Goodie Shop, 24 E. State. x ard Jirsa, Mrs. Ada Womack ! watch .(V 1 cye on the efficienc y of _ - . land Lois Christensen. Saturday Feb. IS. 512 6th St. *• Mrs j £ Fjtzscrald It's Leap Year Gals! I Judge Alexander, in render- Invite your husband to thc ! ' n S the "not guilty" verdicts in Elks Charity Ball, Feb. 29th.l lf 'e first three cases, neverthe- Gucsts welcome. x; ,e ss did say that thc law was j violated in each instance but Story Hour Tomorrow [that thc owners themselves Mrs. Lucilc Marsh will tell, covifd not be held guilty of a the stones of "The Marvelous |Cr i m jnal charge since they did Merry - Go - Rouna," "The Day] not have custodv of thc dogs at the Cow Sneezed and "Petunia : the time of lhc vSolation- Takes a Trip during tomorrow| Tnc . d Iaincd thal the office. Here are the findings and recommendations of the Grand Jury. James L. Clark and Virgil Luke of Redlands were both on the committee which studied this office. FINDINGS: 1. There are a considerable number of people in the county who occupy trailers in permanent locations as permanent residents. The tax revenues received were not permitted to examine business property statements,; contestants. Miss Redlands contest set for Saturday night Sixteen aspirants to the 1964 Miss Redlands crown will go through a final rehearsal tonight in preparation for contest judging Saturday evening in Clock Auditorium on the Redlands High campus. j The pretty candidates will appear on stage in street clothes, evening gowns and bathing suits during the program which will start at 8 p.m. Miss Redlands will be crowned at the conclusion of the program, and she will reign as the city's beauty queen until February, 1965. Next month she will represent Redlands in the National Orange Show Queen contest. The Miss Redlands Contest is sponsored annually by the Junior Chamber of Commerce. A standing-room only audience at the 1963 judging in Grace Mullen Auditorium prompted the Jaycee's to hold this year's contest in the large Clock Auditorium. Contest chairman Mai Olmos announced that a ramp has been erected perpendicular to the Clock Auditorium stage so that the audience can get a closer look at each of the Hedlands Daily facts Friday. Feb. 14,19(4 - 5 Subdivision construction halted for street repair City officials stopped construction work at three large residential subdivisions in Redlands yesterday until the developer completes the necessary repairs on existing streets. "The city will refuse to make further building inspections at the construction sites until the streets are made passable," de clared Public Works Director John Shone. Affected by the action is construction of 77 homes on East Citrus at Grove by the Hillward Development Corp., 40 homes at Fifth and Farview by the Lindsay Development Co., and about 100 apartments at Central and Judson. The "work stoppage" is the first action taken against land developers under an ordinance adopted last year. The ordinance requires the developer to complete the installation of water and sewer lines, curbs and gutters and other improvements on existing streets within two months after thc issuance of a building permit. "Permits were issued for the) Shone also revealed that the city plans to take unprecedented measures against a subdivision project at Campbell and Franklin. "The developer hasn't been working on thc streets because the water system is contaminated and the lines may have to be removed. "If the situation is not three subdivisions in July and!cleared up within the next few September of last year, and the;days, city crews will step in streets have been torn up since that time. "We have received complaints from residents who must use the streets," Shone .stated. The streets involved are Central, Judson, Grove, Palm, Marion road, Judson and Fifth avenue. and remove thc lines, install new mains and put the street back into a drivable condition. The developer will be charged for the city's cost in doing the work. "We regard thc present condition of Franklin as a hazard to public safety," shone stated. Engineer finds marrying Turkish beauty not easy morning's story hour for chil-u er sUldying ^ e city ordin ance!by the county from these homes dren four years old and older in the Lyon Wing of Smiley library from 11 to 11:30 o'clock. Success Minded? but unable to put over your ideas to other people? The Dale Carnegie Course will give you self-confidence. Call 792-8119 for information. x White's Key Shop has moved to 939 Orange St. Larger facilities to better serve our customers. Plenty of f r e e parking. 792-3466. x It's Winn's for Heart Winners! Remember your Valentine with a box of delicious candy . . . choice of Russell Stover. Pangborn, Whitman, Hoffman . . . finest selection of Colognes & Perfumes . . . cards. Winn's Drug Store Cor. Colton & Or ange. Custom Gift Wrapping, S & H Green Stamps. Free Parking, x Finn Funeral Memorial services for Richard F. Finn were held Thursday at 1:00 p.m. from University Methodist Church. Rev. Philip Collin, pastor officiated. Cremation followed at Monte cito Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. carefully, his interpretation is that it is the duty of the dog owners to provide, maintain and effectively use whatever barriers are necessary in order to prevent a dog from running at liberty. In finding Mrs. Fitzgerald guilty. Judge Alexander said she did, in fact, have custody of t h e dog when it was permitted to run at large, according to testimony at the trial. All four defendants appeared on Feb. 5 but Judge Alexander delayed sentencing to give further study to the complexities of the leash law. ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "I fell for this cut-rate auto insurance from a direcf-writing insurance company with no independent local agent. When I had a collision loss, I found their adjuster trying to cut every corner on repairs to save the company money. Does anyone really think, he saves money when he by-passes his indepen dent local insurance agent?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. Business Conference Cancelled Thc University of California at Riverside today announced the cancellation of its planned two-day Inland Empire Business Conference at the Mission Inn. The conference, scheduled for Feb. 18 and 19, was cancelled for insufficient enrollment, the announcement said Steward Services Funeral services for John A. (Jack) Steward were held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Henry W. Keane, of the Sacred Heart Church, officiating. Pallbearers were J. G. Chapman, L. R. Hansley, W. E. Toalson, Ed Brunton, Clarence E. Perry, and John M. Van Horn. Interment services at Hillside Memorial Park were conducted by the Redlands Elks Lodge. Dearden Services Funeral services for Carl L. D. Dearden were held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Bishop Richard D. Anderson, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints officiating. Bishop Anderson was assisted by Elder Dean M. Green, Bishop Winston A. Macdonald, and Elder Halbert L. Jakle. Interment was in Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, at San Diego, California. do not represent a fair share of the cost of government. 3. Tax assessments appear to be unrealistic in many cases. 4. The Grand Jury is concerned about the poor administration of the Tax Assessor's Office. 5. The Diehl, Evans & Company report states that they and veteran's exemption claims 6. A letter from the Los Angeles County Assessor indicates that he has received an opinion from the Deputy County Counsel to the effect that veteran's exemption claims could be open to inspection by authorized personnel if they were separate from business property statements. RECOMMENDATIONS: 1. Study should be made to determine a more equitable method of taxing permanent trailer homes. A system which would provide a more equitable method of assessment of property taxes should be developed. 3. Further investigation of the efficiency of thc Tax Assessor's Office should be continued by thc 1964 Grand Jury, 4. Veteran's exemption applications should be separate from property statements for tax purposes. 5. Business property statements should be accessible to Grand Jury Auditors. Weather Speaker tells UR audience of Negro revolt "The time has come when all Americans must unite to finish the task of creating a country 'with liberty and justice for all This is the unfulfilled American dream." These words were spoken by Manley Johnson in an all-school Convocation Tuesday at the University of Redlands. Mr. Johnson, a Negro so ciology professor and a UR graduate, spoke on "The Nature of the Minority Revolt" as part of Redlands Civil Rights Week. "The main dynamic of our current social situation," asserted Johnson, "is the Negro's pro test against a 'Jim Crow' im age." He believes that this protest first began with New Orleans jazz. This was the Negro's answer to charges that he w a "lazy" and "better off under slavery." The 'Jim Crow' image," said Johnson, "was given to the Negroes by the whites. And through a process called 'deceptive behavior' the out-group fulfilled the image of the in-group because they thought it would bring about change." Johnson believes that the situation today is entirely different "Negroes are awakening to the fact that they are people like anyone else." 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Lindsay, construe tion man apprentice, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lindsay, 1386 North Wabash, Mentone. is stationed at the Naval Air Station in Memphis, Tenn. Before entering the Navy in Oc- tover 1963, he attended Redlands High school. He reported for duty February 3 at the Naval Training Center in San Diego. WILLIAM C-MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOURE. Editor. Published every eveninf (except Sunday) at Facta building, 700 Brook side at Center. Itedlands. California. Founded October 23, 1830, 74th year. Entered as second class matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advance) By Canter Delivery One Montis three Month* Six Montns One Year One Mnnth i One Veal ... Br Mail _l 1JSS) - 4 .2U _ H.S'1 _ 16 .40 _.» 1.50 Methodists sponsor film on Life of Christ A feature length motion picture, "Day of Triumph", depicting thc life of Christ will be shown at the First Methodist Church Sunday. The film stars Lee J. Cobb. Joanne Dru and Robert Wilson. The color production is said to be the only major Bibical film true to the Scriptures. The movie is being shown under the sponsorship of the Methodist Youth Fellowship as a benefit for the audio-visual system in the Harry Weeks fellowship hall on Olive avenue. A matinee performance will begin at 3 p.m. and the evening showing will be held at 7 p.m. Child care will be provided during both screenings and the public is invited. Each girl will appear before thc audience and thc judges three times and eacli will be interviewed briefly by Dr. Richard Mcintosh, who will serve as master of ceremonies. In addition to Miss Redlands. the judges will select two princesses. Local merchants and business firms have generously donated a variety of gifts for the queen and the princesses. The queen and the two run- nersup will also receive beautiful trophies and bouquests of flowers. Cathy Hales, the 1963 Miss Redlands who went on to capture the Orange Show queen title and to be named Maid of! California at the State Fair, will |lnanT crown her successor. Each of the 16 candidates will be presented a charm bracelet memento of her participation in the contest. Prior to thc contest, the girls will dine as a group at the Red Carpet. Entrants in this year's contest are: Melodye Stuber, Carolyn Fulton, Emilijane Allaman, Dale Foy, Patti Buhlert, Kathleen Whiter, Sandy Becotte, Kel- Iey McCreery, Junette Avey, Barbara Miller, Cynthia Sprague, Becky Tircy, Jean Lcary, DeMaris Lindscy, Raye Hibbard and Jodie Hodson. Redlands engineer W. Paige Ballard has discovered that the path toward marriage with a Turkish beauty queen is not al ways a smooth one. The girl is Miss Gulsercn Kocaman, whom he met last Aug ust when she was in Long Beach competing as "Miss Turkey" in the International Beauty Con gress. Their friendship blossomed into marriage proposals and the date was set for June 7, her 24th birthday. But she went back to Turkey after the beauty pageant and now the U. S. Consultate Gener al in Turkey says he cannot issue her a tourist visa to t h e United States if she intends to Large turnout forWWI installation AH areas of San Bernardino County were represented this week at joint installation cere monies for Redlands Barracks, World War I Veterans, and its Auxiliary. More than 100 attended the ceremonies in the board room of Redlands public schools. Master of ceremonies was Robert T. Best, 6th District Commander. Installing officer for thc barracks was William R. Wirth, past department of California chaplain, Mabel Carlson, past district president, was mistress of ceremonies for the Auxiliary with Syd Winn, 6th district president, as installing officers. Taking Barracks offices were Thomas C. Byland, commander; Fred W. Niemann, senior vice! commander; Hubert Allman. j junior vice; Frank M. Neu, ad jutant; Norman C. Herring quartermaster; Vineous Hollinrake, judge advocate; Floyd Kolb, chaplain; Perry H. Wheeler, Ernest L. Gallup and Richard F. Finn, trustees, Harvey G. Patterson, searge- ant-at-arms, and George D. Wolf, guard. Auxiliary officers are Vernetta K. Hazelwood, president; Ethel G. Garton, senior vice president; Minnie Barton, junior vice; Dorothy D. Herring, secretary-treasurer; Ethel B. Byland, chaplain; Jeannette H. Dobmeier, conductress; Catherine A. Flora, guard; Edith Dermiston, flag bearer; Edna V. La Rue, three-year trustee, and Inez Owens, musician. Way cleared for construction of apartment house SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) A zoning variance to clear the way for construction of 10 apartment house units in the Yucaipa area was granted Thursday by the County Planning Commission. The variance applicant was Victor Fauser. He asked to be allowed to build on a lot sub- j standard in size on the west side of 4th, south of avenue "E", where the zoning is for light industrial use. His prop erty totals about three-fourths acre and is along a flood control channel. Arthur Allen, planning technician for the commission, reported that Fauser was also asking to be allowed to build closer to the front and side property lines than the zoning required. The commission ordered that the construction be 25 feet from the side property line, along the channel. As the property is triangular in shape, it was reported to the commission this would affect only one proposed dwelling. The apartments can be "stacked" at this point, Allen said. He meant the units here could be on two floors, to assure the total of 10. A dedication of three feet of 4th is also being required, with installation of sidewalks, curbs and gutters. Fauser said he could meet the requirements set by the commission. The alternative is a regular immigration quota — and that means a long waiting line. The other alternative is an expensive one but which he may have to use. That is, for him to go to Turkey, marry her in Europe, Canada or Mexico, then bring her into the United States as his wife. Mr, Ballard has lived in Redlands for the past Vh years and, until recently, was with Martin- Marietta corporation assigned to work with thc Ballistic Systems division at Norton. He and his son, W. Paige Bal Judge Alexander filed declaration of candidacy Redlands Justice Court Judgelcounty registrar of voters Elea- Ben G. Alexander today filed(nor Felton. his written declaration of inten- Judge Alexander, who has tion to become a candidate forjserved the Redlands district re-election at the June primary.:since 1960. informally announced This requirement for all can- that he would seek re-election didatc-s for judge, whether ju-(during a talk before the Men- dicial district, municipal or su-jtone Republican Women's club perior court, must be filed with on Feb. 3. The judicial district judgeship is a non-partisan office and is a six-year term. Judge Alexander was originally appointed to the Redlands court in 1960 to complete the unexpired term of Judge H. 0. Harrawood. He was elected in Beautification committee named SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)— j 1962 but only for the remaining A subcommittee of the County Planning Commission to work on beautification of properties east of Redlands was apointed along the U.S. Freeway through Dunlap Acres area east of Redlands was appointed Thursday. Commissioner Will C. Collctt of Redlands asked for formation of the committee, to be made up of himself and Commissioners F. G. Yoder and John Littleton. Thc other two picked Collett as their chairman. Collctt said that there are people in the community who have indicated they will help provide planting for the access areas. He also asked the planning staff to set up as soon as possible a meeting of his committee with Clyde V. Kane, engineer for this section for the lard II, a sophomore at Valley * ,?* n" • • T« v, rniwn' U vc at 924 W. Clark- 1 CaUf - DlV,sl0n of Hl § hwa y s college, street. term of Judge Harrawood. He has been a justice court judge for the past eight years. He was appointed to the Calzona judicial district in March, 1956, and won election there in 1958 before his transfer to the Redlands court two years later. All judge candidates must file their declarations between Feb. 10 and Feb. 19 but no candidate may obtain actual nominating petitions until Monday, Feb. 24. Big weekend program at Indio Date Festival Hollywood varieties, a horse show, photographic models and camel and ostrich races are on N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks firmed at the close today to finish at their best levels. A sizable gain in Eastman Kodak countered a loss in American Telephone and gave the Dow Jones industrial average a slight upside edge. Autos were easier and steels narrowly mixed. Rohm & Haas weakened in the chemicals but Dow picked up considerably. Business remained fairly bullish. Retail sales last week were up 3 per cent over a year ago but down 1 per cent from the: prior week, auto production this j Collett has been pushing the |county planning department's!the Saturday and Sunday agen- enforcement division for prose- da at the National Date Festi- cution of violations of zoning along roads in the county area aproaching Redlands. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Feb. 14 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 5«s 72s 88s First grade 4.14 4.28 3.32 113s 133s 163s First grade 3.76 3.42 3.75 Trend: About steady. NEW YORK (UPI)—Citrus report: "4 cars, half California Navels week is scheduled 2 per cent be- j boxes S3.64. low last week but 10 per centi—— ahead of (he similar 1963 period, industrial production inched higher in January and onstruction activity held steady. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs 30 ind 799.21 789.95 794.56 up 0.14 20 rrs 184.35 182.61183.75 up 0.62 15 utl 140.74 1 139.27 140.07 off 0.24 65 Stk 278.15 275.13 276.75 up 0.16 Sales today were about 4.36 million shares compared with 4.82 million shares Thursday. 13 Most Active Stocks (Oow.Jonea Service. Courtesy Lester, Ryons & Co.) -_'fo E. State Volume Close Chne 112,000 Xerox f! -fl?< M.700 Chrysler 4»'i —1 7K.600 Helene Curtis 37'i —in 30.5OO Amer. T. A T. ...HI 3 . —1'» 48,300 Allied Prod. «'« + *i 44.7O0 Coat. Air. 37.fiOO Cettr Oil - 3l'i 38,300 Sperry Rand 19*i — ' 34.400 Leigh Valley l=i -)- *i XMt N.Y. Central 3.1", — 'i 31.700 Gen. Dynamics 28 J « 4- 1 31,400 Nat'L Can l.-> 3 » 4-1' 3t^00 General Molori - :»•', J. ' S7,9no Tidewater 41"« ~ », IT.»»0 Tel. Gnlf Prod... 37', ~ '., TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar- is.o .1 ket through Classified Ads. Don't make Mother do it! Vital Records BIRTHS HENDERSHOTT — Born, a son. Christopher Edward, to Mr. and Ms. James Hendershott. 715 Brookside avenue. Redlands. Feb. 11, 1964, at Norton Air Force Base hospital. GOTZ — Born, a daughter, tr Mr. and Mrs. John Gotz, 471 Buena Vista road, Calimesa, Feb. 14, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. DAHL — Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. George Dahl, 1400 Elizabeth street, Feb. 13 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. CAMPBELL — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Campbell, 25031 Seventh street, San Bernardino, Feb. 14, 1964. at Redlands Community hospital. val in Indio. The 1964 Festival opened today for its annual 10 day run ending February 23. Gates and buildings open daily at 9:30 a.m. Exhibit buildings close at 10 p.m., but the carnival operates until midnight. Saturday's schedule is as follows: 9 a.m. — Judging 4-H Beef and 4-H Swine; 9:30 a.m. — Aladdin's Barnyard opens; 1:30 p.m. — Hollywood Varieties on the Casbah Stage; 1 to 4 p.m. — National Horse Show in the arena; 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. — Photographic models south of Arabian stage; 2:30 p.m. — Camel and Ostrich races in t h e arena; 6:45 p.m. and 8:20 p.m. — Arabian Nights Pageant on Arabian Stage. Sunday's schedule of events is identical to Saturday's. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Charles A. Vieira, P.O. Box 903, Mentone. x Announcement of Funeral Services CARL LEE DONALD DEARDEN Interment services 10:20 a.m., Friday, at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE • PY 2-1411 Announcement of Services ODELL, Mrs. Elsie M. 11:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel FISHERING, Mrs. Gwendolyn 1:00 p.m. Today 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 POORE, Robert C. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE, 7W-244

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