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6-Hondiy, Feb. 17,1964 Redlands Daily Facts White Fang Movie Star of TV fame begins reporter career NEWEST FACTS REPORTER — The Facts today announce* its newest staff writer, "White Fang." He's pounding out a story on a new feature picture of the same name which he will soon be making. It will be based on Jack London's best-selling novel. Eventually "White Fang" will also become a TV series. This particular white German Shepherd is but one of four "alike" dogs signed for the series and owned by Chet Kinnamon of Cathedral City, who at one time lived in Calimesa. "White Fang" quit his Facts job soon after this photo was taken—especially after he found out what his movie salary was to be. (Facts photo by Clifford J. Kenison) Clarice services PALM SPRINGS (UPD—Fun­ eral services will be held Wednesday for Noel B. Clarke, millionaire land developer who lived here and in Beverly Hills. Clarke, 66, died Saturday night at Desert Hospital of an apparent heart attack after an illness of more than a year. BAN DRINKS NOTTINGHAM, Eng. (UPI) —The local bar owners association (The Nottingham Licensed Victuallers Association) has banned alcoholic drinks at its meetings "because some members got unruly and talked through their hats," an official said. SAFEBOATING WEEK WASHINGTON (UPI) — National Safeboating week will be observed June 28-July 4. In a proclamation issued Thursday, President Johnson urged that the week be devoted to the cause of safety among recreational sailors. A future motion picture and TV star visited the Facts office a few days ago. He even sat down at a typewriter to knock out a brief biographical sketch and a story about his future plans. His name was "White Fang" and he's actually one of four white German shepherds which bear that name. He and his three counterparts will soon be making a feature movie, "White Fang," based on Jack London's best-selling novel. < ar It will be made in color by Harman Productions, of which Debbie Reynolds is president. And when the movie is completed, planscall for production of a TV series of the same name. Chet Kinnamon is owner and trainer of all four of the white shepherds. He was in Redlands visiting with his friend Dr. Ralph Kramer, a local dentist. Mr. Kinnamon currently lives in Cathedral City but once lived in Calimesa for a short time. He has been training" dogs since 1930. He owned the double for the original Rtn-Tin-Tin and also owned "Sandy" tho Little Orphan Annie dog. In 1942, he joined the Sfarine corps and spent the war years teaching marines how to handle guard dogs. Mr. Kinnamon says it takes about 3-4 years of hard training to bring a smart dog to the point where he can achieve feature status in the movies or TV. This is because most of this work requires the dog to know and give instant obedience to series of hand commands. The only time the voice can be used is if there is no dialogue at given time in the filming. According to Mr. Kinnamon, white German shepherds are not too common but are now coming into their own and being recognized by the American Kennel club. For movie and TV work, the white dogs are more in demand than the darker colors because they photograph better. One of his four "White Fang dogs appeared as "Mr. Four- paws" in one of the Bat Mas terson TV shows. Utt criticizes Johnson SAN DIEGO (UPI) - Rep. James B. Utt, R-Calif., Satur day night criticized President Johnson's proposal that more money be spent on care for senior citizens and suggested that the President might have gotten the idea from the writings of Karl Marx. In a wide-ranging speech at the California Young Republi cans convention, Utt also criticized the President's record on the anti-poll tax amendment He said Johnson praised the amendment, but as a senator voted in favor of a poll tax 12 times. Utt also said the United States should have entered Cuba and turned on the water to the Guantanarao Naval Base. He said the United States should 'serve notice we are going to enforce the Monroe Doctrine." Anderson blasts Birch Society SAN FRANCISCO (UPI)-Lt. Gov. Glenn M. Anderson accused John Birch Society spokes' men Sunday night of issuing a "mounting clamor to stir up a frenzy of hatred" —but ha defended their right to do it. The Democratic official discussed an article in the current issue of the Birch Society publication, American Opinion, that said the late President Kennedy First Federal S & L open in Loma Linda to Dedication ceremonies Tuesday at 10 a.m. will mark the official opening of First Federal Savings & Loan Association offices in Loma Linda at 24885 Central avenue. Everyone is invited to visit our new offices during the opening, and to make sure everyone has an opportunity to come in we are making a two-day affair of it with refreshments being served by the Loma Linda Busi ness and Professional Women's Club Tuesday and Wednesday," J. W. Snyder, president of the association announced. We are extremely anxious to bring this full-service office into being for the convenience of the many First Federal customers in the Loma Linda area," Snyder added. The offices will be managed by Mrs. Eileen Freebum, ac cording to Snyder. She has been with First Federal at the San Bernardino office for IS years. Assisting her will be Mrs. AI- thea Gray, who recently moved here with her husband, Irving E. Gray when he accepted the position of Assistant Manager of the Loma Linda University Foundation. A sign has been erected that flashes the time in hours and minutes every 10 seconds in figures formed by electric bulbs In between each time flash, it shows the temperature. EILEEN FREEBURN ALTHEA GRAY Public speaking at Redlands Adult school was assassinated because he was falling behind in handing the nation over to the Commu nists, "If there can he any redeem ing feature surrounding its pub lication," Anderson said, lies in the fact that it has brought into broad daylight the unbelievable lengths to which these people will go to arouse emotion." i A LAMB CHOPS 59 LEAN TENDER 0-BoneChopsO7* U.S.D.A. CHOICE SQUARE CUT SHOULDER t GROUND LAMB LAMB SHANKS U.S.D.A. CffOICf LAMB CHOPS LARGE LOIN OS RIB CHOPS 35 lb RIB EYE OR SMALL LOIN 79 98 t FISH VALUES FOK UNTEN MEALS Med. Size Whole Greet SHRIMP CAP'N JOHN EASTERN SEAFOOD 69 OCEAN PRCH fillets 53a Sdefillets 69 ft AJtt* HtOZEN REG. OR CRINKLE CUT FRENCH FRIES TEA BAGS U&P'S GARDEN FRESH PRODUCE GRAPEFRUIT c SWEET JUICY ARIZONA AVOCADOS 3 m FUERTE LARGE MEATY rrices Effective MoiArr, Taesday ft Wedaetdav, Feb. 17, II ft U 320 Redlands Blvd. *Tambl» Hems srfc/ed to iat —Open Sndaf IHt G«EAT ATUNtie l> PAOFIC TEA COMPANY, K. tobocca vrotfftcfe, timid milk amd cream* Campbell speaks on administrative workshop The second dinner meeting of the 1963-64 school year of the San Bernardino County Class room Teachers of the Retarded was held recently at Bing Cathy Inn, San Bernardino Lois Nollar and Janet Schmidtman were in charge of the registration. Mr. Robert Campbell, Prin cipal Redlands Senior High School was the guest speaker, His topic "A Review of the Administrative Workshop for Special Education". This workshop was held by Dr. Francis E. Lord, Professor and Head Department of Special Educa tion, Los Angeles State College earlier this month. A short business meeting was held and the acceptance of organizational officers elected by the area steering committee members. President, George Barich, teacher Redlands Senior High School, Secretary Mar garet Perry, Muscott School, San Bernardino City Schools and Treasure Pat Knight, Red lands Senior High School. San Bernardino County for organizational purpose, is di vided into four geographical areas as listed: Area I Chlno, Ontario, Cuca monga, Fontana: Committee members Wallace Russell, Los Anigos Junior High, Cucamonga, and Elizabeth Knapp, Richard Gird Elementary of Chino. Area II Section A, Bloomington, Colton, Rialto, Margaret Perry, Muscott School, San Bernardino City; Section B, San Bernardino City and Highland Elementary Schools, Norma Tallman, Pacific School, Highland; Section C, San Bernardino City Secondary Schools, Jack Fitzgerald, Pacific High School and Daniel Gould, San Bernardino High School, Section D, Redlands, Yucaipa and Cali mesa, Pat Knight and George Barich, Redlands Senior High School. Area HI Hesperia, Apple Valley and Victorville, Charles Loy, Mariposa School of Hesperia. Area IV Barstow, Twentynine Palms and Needles Vera Smith, Oro Grande School. Ruth Sumney will represent the office of the Superintendent of the San Bernardino County. The door prize was won by Robert E. Snyder, teacher, Redlands Junior High. The next dinner meeting will be held in May, date, time and place will be announced after the next Area Committee meeting. Dr. Zeller reelected head of credit union Dr. Anchard F. Zeller, 109 West Fern avenue, has been reelected president Of the Board of Directors for the San Bernardino Federal Employees Credit Onion for the year 1984. Dr. Zeller is a research psychologist in the Life Science Group, Office of Deputy the Inspector General, Norton Air Force Base. An Adult Education class in Public Speaking and Personality will start Wednesday, February 19, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. The seven-week course will cover topics including awareness of voice and self-evaluation, positive approach, conversation and persuasion, words and feeling,^ meetings and members, speaking and giving speeches, j The class will be under the direction of Marian Albertson and will meet from 7 to 9:30 p.m. in| Room 66 at the Redlands High School Campus. There will be an eight-week follow-up course scheduled to start April 15. The total registration fee for both classes is $4.50. Other classes starting Wednesday include Speed Reading and Stenoscript. For further information, phone 793-2256. Series of building permits issued for new homes Adults can increase their reading speed An opportunity for adults to increase their speed of reading is given in the 12-week Adult Education Speed Reading class, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. It has been reported that an average adult can double his reading rate and comprehension during class. The course makes use of special equipment including the tacbistoscope to increase eye span and speed, a controlled reader, and various other testing devices. It is a particular interest to those with limited time for reading. Regular attendance is necessary for the desired results. The class will be under the direction of George P. Sertic. The course will start Wednesday, February 19, 7 to 9 p.m Room 13 at the Redlands High School Campus. Registrations will be take i the Adult Education Office, located upstairs in the Clock Auditorium Building". The registration fee is S4.50. For further information, phone 793-2256. San Bernardino county building permits totaling $109,842 have been issued recently for structures in the Yucaipa area. The largest permit was issued to Cleo L. Gill, owner, 13555 South Third street, Yucaipa, for a 1.878 square foot duplex dwelling. Permit value was $15,685. The structure will be located on Avenue F. Max A. Trayer is the builder. Other Yucaipa permits included the following: V. Rupe, owner and builder, a $15,014 permit for a 1,812 square foot stucco duplex dwelling on 17th street, Yucaipa. Eleanor Gierloff, owner, a $12,846 permit for a 1,572 square foot stucco duplex dwelling on 13th street, Yucaipa. Billy W. Simmons, builder. Angeline R. Silhavy, owner, 32841 Kentucky, Yucaipa, a S8.265 permit for a frame and stucco dwelling with 993 square feet at 34938 Cella, Yucaipa. Arthur G. Sutton, builder. Mr. and Mrs. Darrel Poisall, owners, a $14,745 permit for a 1,750 square foot frame and stucco dwelling on Juniper street. C. R. Bahruth builder. William Thomas Lovelace, owner and builder, 34245 Avenue I, Yucaipa, a $4,500 permit for a 720 square foot frame and stucco dwelling at 34162 Avenue G. William Coleman, owner, 11924 Fourth street, a $8,708 permit for a 1,200 square foot stucco dwelling east of 35501 Cedar street, Yucaipa. Guaranteed Homes builder. Glen Kennedy, owner and builder, Mentone, a $10,885 permit for a 1,318 square foot frame dwelling in Mill Creek Canyon Park, Yucaipa. Loma Linda area permits were issued to the following: E. J. Miller Const. Co., a $18,773 permit for a 2,254 square foot stucco dwelling at 11544 Bich- mont road, Loma Linda. Joe H. Feikes, owner. San Bernardino, a $18,800 permit for two frame and stucco dwellings on lots east of 25417 and 25467 Lane street, Loma Linda. Each hnuse will have 1,180 square feet each. Czech refugee slips through VIENNA (UPI)—A group of Austrian Communist union officials who returned here from Czechoslovakia unwittingly brought back a Czech refugee who asked for political asylum in Austria, police said Sunday. They said the refugee, Viliam Hudec, 19, a mechanic, crawled under the chartered union bus and hung onto the differential until it reached Austrian territory. Police said the incident occurred over the weekend. The Communist union officials visited Czechoslovakia to tour oil refineries, they said. I Christensen to run for 72nd Assembly seat James L. Christensen, an Upland City Councilman and supervisor in the rolling mill at Kaiser Steel, has announced his candidacy as a Republican seeking the assembly seat from the 72nd district (west end of the county). John P. Quimby, Rialto Democrat, is the present holder of the 72nd district seat Christensen, married and the father of five children, said he would campaign to provide forceful representation for the homeowner and individual householder, "the center of our social, economic and political life." TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. CRANE COUNT WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Interior Department said today that 33 rare whooping cranes are spending the winter at the Aransas National Wildlife Refuge on the Texas Gulf Coast The birds, comprising the world's largest flock of wild whoopers, made the 2,500-mile flight from summer nesting grounds near Great Slave Lake in Canada's Northwest territories last falL JERRY PETTIS • REPUBLICAN FOR CONGRESS IX

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