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4 - Wed., Feb. 19, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Unification program encouraged by state Mission annexation to Redlands schools to be explored March 3 The first informal exploration! The decision on which dis-fsion-Fallsvalc children in grades happens regarding annexation, Braden tells of difficulty with far right By PAUL MALONE "In terms of freedom of discussion and learning in America today, the Far Right is causing more difficulty than the Far Left." This was Thomas Bradcn's OUR ANCESTORS ty Quincy of the annexation of Mission cle-jtrict to join will be made first mentary school district to thcjby the Mission school board in Redlands unified school district j the form of an official proposal will come on March 3. (to the electorate of the district. Trustees and administrators! Then, residents of the Mission of both districts will sit around {district will go to the polls to a conference-dinner tabic to dis-jmake the final decision cuss the problems that arc sure to arise from such a proposal. Roy Hill, county superintendent of schools, and H. Hartley Hillsen, his assistant, arc both expected to be present to offer their counsel. I meeting is not unex- It would have been possible for Mission to become part of the Redlands unified district last July when the unified district came in(o being. But Trustees and others in Mission felt that the time simply wasn't right and a negative vote on unification Such . ... „ pected. however, for state Iawj vole on unification by Mission will require the Mission district ] voters would have killed Red to join some larger district byi lands ' own attempts to unify and do away with the cum- This is because Mission does; bcrsomc machinery of a scpar- not now offer educational facilit j atc elementary and separate ies for its youngsters when they reach the seventh grade level and above. The current education codes high school district. As a result of Redlands unification and the simultaneous unification of Yucaipa as a scpar- require that a district in that a ' c scn00 ' dl ; s . ,ri S t - ,he , M,S5 !° D situation must either provide elementary district and Falls- 1hosc facilities bv 136.-. or join a ™ ,c elementary district w e r c district which does. ,lc(t as members or the old Red- Inasmuch as the Mission .lis-;' 3 "^ Union high school district trict junior and senior high stu- : , Tnls <'^"V" ' ^ ls, , suand dents have traditionally attend-," ,crc > un 's a h.gh school board rd secondary schools in Red-.?P«;»t>ng under that name. It lands, it has always been as-includes just Mission and Falls sinned that when the annexa- 7 through 12. ,a site for a junior high in the reply during a question-and-ans- Under this contract, all stu-{ area will be needed, Mr. Vro-;«cr session at the University of dents from those areas of high'man explained. 'Redlands yesterday. lie is school age attend Redlands sc-j While Mission and Fallsvalc 1 President of the State Board of nior high and junior high stu-jhave until 1965 to make a deci-.Education. denls aftend either Cope or Re_-!sion on annexing to Redlands! "I Sot into a little argument lands junior high under a tui-!or some other district, Trustees^'he other day with Dr. Rafferty tion-payment program. land administrators of both rcc- «'ho is State Superintendent of There is currently a proposa.jognize that preliminary discus-,schools." he said. "He objected before the remnant high schoolision must get under way now'to a statement in a 5th grade board for the acquisition of a site for a junior high school to serve both the Mission and Victoria elementary graduates. But Supt. Wilbur Vroman in-:should dicated that while the highjdorse an because of the lengthy legal pro- itextbook which said that 'Frank - cedures involved. jl'n was a courtly figure at Ver- Should the boards of Mission I sailles and his winsome ways rand Fallsvale) not agree or'. cau 3ht the eyes of many lad- the electorate not en-i' es -' annexation proposal,! "^ r Rafferty thought that school remnant will have funds \ the law provides that the deci-i tnis wou,d in some wa y incline for the purchase of property, it sion on what district they should' 3 cmI(1 . not to be P a triotic. I does not have funds for con-[annex to is left up to the Coun-! don't lnink we can ocst encour-' struction of a school. Whatever;ty Board of Supervisors. ! s Se patriotism in our children ___ 'by sterilizing the men who have done great things to the "How about a nice little country castle with hot and cold running moats?" lion comes, it will be with the Redlands district. This docs not necessarily follow, however, since Mission also has continguous boundar ies with both the San Bernardino and the Colton school districts and could legally annex to one of those rather than Redlands. Series on Lent f o begin Friday Through the cooperation vale and does not have a high school or junior high under its jurisdiction. Instead, it functions to provide the contractual relationship between those elementary districts and the Redlands unified district for the education of Mis MENTONE-CRAFT^N By GEN SCHMIDT _0 _r ^__ > _#>*C Facts Mentone Correspondent wlC&Z/Mr^l- Tclephona Redlands 794-1903 » S&rtrw Th» Mentone PTA and t h e'thc beautiful places (here b u t Mcntonc Woman's club arc'she named a few of the inter- sponsoring a Stop Smoking Clin-[csting sights that they were able ic. It will start this coming Sun-;to attend. , day night February 23 at 7:30[ They landed at the Honoluluj antl 1 ,njnk lllat lf %vc p.m. and will be held at t h e'airport, stayed at the Reef Tow-l nave laws - wc would do Womans club house on Tourma- er Hotel on Waikiki Beach, vi- line avenue and will run for five'sited Pearl Harbor, pineapple Bobby Baker told to come bock Tuesday with books j point where children say, 'Washington was a great man and 'Lincoln was too.' " < When asked about the Califor-! (Continued from rage 1) |Scnate Democrats last October, nia fair housing law, Bradenlf use j t 0 answer any question. | was said to have complained of (replied. "I am for the Rum ford h Je was accompanied by hisjsideshow tactics in challenging Act and I shall vote against thc| lawyer, Edward Bennct Wil-jthe committee's procedures. | Initiative to repeal it. liams. There was no clear indica- i "I shall do this because 1, T ne one-time Senate page.! tion. however, whether Baker's think it is possible to legislate; wn o resigned last October afterjreply represented a full-scale j morality — the Bible did it —i his outside business ventures of 1 Beaver, Hyink at briefing in Sacramento The special "blue - ribbon" committee of some of California's leading citizens will meet the three Unity churches in the ; _ <;,„_,„„„,„ f „_ /•- . area, Yucaipa Redlands and! " mnrP f ? i >San Bernardino, a scries of; tom™ for a two-day bncfuig study classes on the current !°. n ,l,clr ta . sk of streamlining the topic "Keep a True Lent" will be initiated Friday at 1 p.m. in the Board of Education conference room at Orange and Lu- gonta. The classes will be continued indefinitely with new topics being selected following the Lenten period. Conducting the classes alternately will be Rev Mary Jo Cooper, of San Bernardino, Rev. Leona Threadgill, Riverside-Colton, and Rev. Ray Eversole, of Yucaipa. Classes are open to the public and further information may be obtained by telephoning Mr. Eversole at 797-0130. [_ATO» WEST COJ.ST THEATUP £1 • 123 Cojon Strict • PT. 3-4331 "Wed. Mis* Fortune Starts r,:.~ t r, Thurs... Frh, Man., Tuts.. 7 P. M. Sat. and Sun. Cont. trom 2 P. M. move [darling* 9 ONcv/kjeofE oxo.t'Dtun Also. In Color, Tacsday Weld "BACHELOR FLAT" state constitution. I The only member of this committee from Redlands is Jack A. Beaver, former assemblyman from this district. But Bcr nard L. Hyink. former UR pro fessor and one-time Redlands City Councilman, is also a member. He is now dean of instruc tion at Orange State college. The 40-member "Commission on Constitutional Revision" will study how to streamline the constitution and will also be asked to consider the possibility of adopting a unique new code, more flexible than the constitution but on a higher plane than ordinary statutes. The California constitution totals some 80,000 words, making it the second largest of all states and 10 times longer than the U.S. constitution. It has been amended more than 300 times compared with but 24 amendments to the federal constitution. The document was first adopted in 1879 and has never been fully updated or' revised. consecutive evenings. This is headed by the Seventh Day Adventist Church. There will be qualified physicians present, and films will be shown. The Franklin VerSteeg family entertained several guests at a dinner on Sunday. Those attend ing were Mr. and Mrs. E. H Dibb from San Diego, Mrs George Austin, Portland, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hubert from Grands Fork, North Dakota, now vacationing in Palm Springs, also Mrs. E. H. Hubert from Redlands. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Campbell have a guest, who is Mrs. Campbell's mother, Mrs. Hattic Wiley from Vienna, Virginia. fields, sugar cane plantations perfume factory, the zoo and aquarium, attended a Luau and were entertained by a group putting on a water ballet in the pool at the hotel. She said that the food was excellent, there was lots of rain in fact it rained just about every 10 minutes. There was also lots of wind but they enjoyed their trip immensely. Mr. and Mrs. Don Schmidt many things in the U. S. that would be immoral to a greater extent than the things we do now. "I hope that integration will come about gradually in o u r state. If it doesn't, I think we'll be in for a terrible struggle Later in the discussion Braden was asked whether he thought it possible that Max Rafferty might seek the governorship in 1968. "I should think it is pro bahle," he jokingly replied, "but it's only 1954 and I wouldn't didn't)became public, stared straight were guests Saturday night and!*' 3 " 1 l ° comc °"'."J actl , ve , SU P' Sunday at the cabin of their rcl - 1 p0Trt a " y cand,date > ct " ' , atives the Leslies from Sou t hi ^ response to a student s ;qucstion about the role of the writer, Braden. who published jthe Oceanside "Blade-Tribune," • csler '!had this to say: j "The book which has been added to^ Das ic issue of our day, Braden the collection of the Mcntone! sa 'd. "The big issue is not Corn- Branch of the San Bernardino County Library, is the Wonderful West, by Stewart Holbrook Gate. This cabin is located in Poppett Flats in the Idyllwild area. "When we arose day morning and the ground Mrs. Wiley has been here forlwas white it was quite a sight' " Tnc crca *' v c writer today sometime and expects to stay|to behold," Mrs. Schmidt re- nas an obI 'S a tion to set down for an indefinite visit. A sister marked. j wlla ' he thinks ,is true, and he of Mrs. Campbell's and her litis-! Mis$ Margie Walker, librarian |has ,0 sct ,his down in tcrms band. Mr. and Mrs. Russell C.jfor the Mentone library reports! ,hal tnc P ubIic can understand." Thompson from Falls Church, jthat a beautifully illustrated I Asked what he thought is the Virginia, are spending some " time in Mentone. They have rented an apartment and are enjoying the nice climate. Mrs. Campbell said that they have been taking some trips here and there such as to Capis trano, Laguna Beach, Desert Hot Springs. Last week the family drove to Santa Rosa, California, to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Campbell the son of Wayne and Virginia. On the way home they stopped in San Francisco. A teen age "combo trio" is in the making. They are three young musicians all in J u n i o r High School in Redlands. They played for their first dance on February 14. The dance was held at the Junior High a f t e r| school hours. They call them- ahead with a thin smile on his lips as he marie his way through the crowd of newsmen, completely ignoring questions from them challenge to the committee's authority or simply legal maneuvering. Williams has been an outspoken critic of congressional investigatory tactics in the past. Should Baker and the commit- Harry A. Hill dies at 40 in Long Beach Harry Albert Hill. 520 East Pennsylvania avenue, native of Enterprise. Okla.. and resident of Redlands for 23 years, died in Long Beach yesterday at the age of 40. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Norma Hill: his mother. Mrs. Harry A. Hill Sr: of Enterprise. Okla.: four sons, David Hill of Bloomington; Richard, Randal and Ronald, all of Redlands: one sister. Mrs. Betty Skinner of Oklahoma City. Okla.: and three brothers, Carl Hill of Highland, James Hill of Redlands and Othel Hill of Enterprise, Okla. Funeral services are scheduled for 2 p.m. Friday at the F. Arthur Cortner chapel with Rev. Andrew Young, pastor of the Church of the Nazarene, officiating. Interment will be in Stigler. Okla. Baker, who resigned his $19,-j tee clash over his right to with 216-a-year post as secretary to bold the records, the controversy could go to the courts. Lennox P. McLendon, special counsel to the committee, told newsmen Tuesday that Baker and his confidential secretary, Carole Tyler, a former Tennessee beauty queen , may be called for public testimony as early as next week. He said the Baker hearings could be ended in about a month. The rules committee is investigating whether Baker was guilty of conflict of interest in Giese, once employed in thc ;«stas his conUcts and influence cemetery and the public works t0 Parlay his Senate job into a departments, joined four other|P crsona , fortunc estimated on Council aspirants in confirming :P a .P cr at lcast as more ,nan 52 his candidacy. mlll,on - Hartzcll. Jack Carl A. Giese files his nomination Former city employe Carl A. Giese filed his nomination petition for the City Council today as the deadline for entering the race moved to the final day. Thanksgiving Date Congress finally ruled that after 1941 the fourth Thursday of November would be observed as Thanksgiving Day and would be a legal holiday. Mexican Players of Padua Hills LOCATED 3 MILES NORTH OF FOOTHILL BLVD. CLAREMONT "LAS CANACUAS" ENDS FEB. 22 Jamaica After Each Performance THEATRE—Wed.. Thnrs.. Frl.. Sal. «:30. Wed.. Sit. -30 DINING BOOM — Dally eicppl Monday Reservations advisable NAtional 6-1288 BASELINE DRIVE-IN Open 6 — Show 6:30 NEW RITZ THEATRE 423 "E" St. — San Bdno. Cont. Noon — TU 85317 Open 11 Noon Daily NOW PLAYING! (OMMONMrVIFE KECOMMENDED FOR ADULTS Companion Featara LAURENCE HARVEY * CAPUCINE * JANE FONDA "WALK ON THE KILDSIDE" selves "The Templars' players are Glen Helman lead guitar, Jerry VanderSluis — rhythm guitar, and Mike McGrath — drums. Jerry is from Mentone and the others are from Redlands. Mr. and Mrs. James Sarrett had a group of the B.Y.F. at their home this last Friday night for a Valentine party. The B.Y. F. is a group of young boys and girls from the Baptist Church in Mentone. Mrs. Sarrett used for decorations red and white streamers and red hearts. Those attending were, Sherilyn Dunklau, Susan Bryan, Steven Sheppard, Nancy Sharlton, Nancy and David Oakes, Patty Neuman, Janice Dahl, K a t h y Jones, John Sewell, Rose Gish, Carol Sarrett, Sandra Fowler, Brad Harbin, Carole Brown, Sharon Cox, Brenda and Marsha Faucher, and Jack Sarrett. Also Paul Berger the advisor for the group, Mrs. Vincc Young, Rev. and Mrs. Lawrence Caraway, and the hostess. Games were played and prizes were won by Sherilyn Dunklau. Susan Bryan and Steven Sheppard. j Mrs. Sarrett served the guests j pizza and dessert. Mrs. Ethel Marquardr, Mrs. Hugh Kirby, Mrs. Pearl Petis- bury from Mentone and Gilbert Stevens from Spokane all arrived back in Mentone last Saturday from a week's vacation in the Hawaiian Islands Mrs. Kirby said that a week is not long enough to see all munism vs. Democracy. Rather it is whether wc can be a creative society in our rapidly advancing mechanical world "Finding meaning in this society is a real problem. Whereas our fathers found relevance in religion, I think we have to say, no matter how we believe, that today many people don't. I think they must find it in the self-imposed individual responsibility to create." A teacher asked if democracy and patriotism could be taught in the schools without direction by the instructor. | Braden answered. "I think: time this country announced it]that everything that is taught in) cannot tolerate Communism in!the schools is funneled through! Cuba and take steps to remove the mind of the teacher. The! Nixon urges hard line against Cuba MrAMI BEACH (UPI)-Former Vice President Richard M. Nixon urged the United States to develop a "hard line" policy toward Communist Cuba. Nixon, speaking to a civic group here, said it was high William T. Hartzcll. Jack B. : Cummings. Laurancc Nowak:lowing persons: and Charles G. DeMirjyn have! Innocencia Torres. 1609 Ohio: previously filed their endorsed j Alfred Sanchez. 1B20 Ohio; Elea- nominating petitions. The dead-jnor E. Ell. 800 West Fern; Ni line for nominations is tomorrow!cholas B. Ell. 800 West Fern; at noon. Giese, 1919 Ohio street, is currently employed by a plumbing company in Running Springs. His nomination for one of two Council positions to be filled on April 14 was signed by the fol- William Beyer, 819 Campus; Carl W. Brown. 946 Chestnut; Paul R. Bendemire, 1334 Clifton; Lenora Moore, 611 Clover: Cornelius Mulder, 600 Grove and Henry H. Kocsis, 102 Mulvihill. Dental conclave opens Thursday at Loma Linda About 1,000 dentists, dental hygienists and students of both professions are expected to attend a convention beginning Thursday at Loma Linda University. This will be the fourth annual alumni-student convention at the School of Dentistry and is scheduled to run through Sunday. Lectures by national authorities and exhibits of latest techniques and equipment are among the features attracting students and alumni of the school and non- alumni dentists from this area. Keynote speaker for dentists will be Col. Robert B. Shira, chief dental officer at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, Washington, D.C. A separate program for dental hygienists and students of the University's Dental Hygiene Curriculum will feature as keynote speaker Russell Haney, Ph.D.. clinical instructor in psychology at t h e University of Southern California. Among other dental authorities scheduled to participate in the programs, are Willard C. Fleming, dean. University of California School of Dentistry: John Tocchini, dean. College of Physicians and surgeons; Jack Rounds, president, American College of Dentists; Hugo Kulstad, American president. International College of Dentists; Donald Campbell, president, Arizona State Dental Association; Clarence D. Honig, president, Southern California State Dental Association and Roger Trueblood, trustee, American Dental Association. T ne iFidel Castro from power. The former vice president, considered a (op contender in the GOP presidential nomination race, suggested the U. S. start with diplomatic pressures on Cuba, move on to a full eco nomic blockade, and if necessary move to the final step. "You can use your imagina tion about that final step," Nix on said. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. teacher must winnow out everything that is relevant, and each student must learn as many facts as he is capable of learning at the maturity level he has reached." Bradcn's appearance at UR was a part of the 33rd annual Writers' Week. Tonight on the Gas Company's Evening Concert special live broadcast THE METROPOLITAN OPERA WESTERN REGIONAL AUDITIONS HOME OWNERS PAINT STORE Discount Palnf Sfore 9 W. State, Redland* ;2Fatfs WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE, Editor. Published every evenlnc (except Sundayl at Facia building. TOO Brook, side at Center. Redlands, California. Founded October S3. 1890, 74th year. 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