o - Friday, Feb. 21, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Edwards to speak at real estate sales conclave J. Douglas Edwards of Phoenix. Arizona, nationally recognized authority on sales training, will be the featured speaker at an all-day real estate educational and sales conference to be held at the Orange Show on Tuesday. .March 3rd under the sponsorship of the Redlands Board of Realtors and the Call fornia Real Estate Association, it was announced by Don Cummings. president of the board. "Edwards serves as sales consultant to many large corporations and is a popular speaker at national conventions and sales conferences," said C u ni- mings. He said that Douglas has conducted extensive research and prepared special material for this conference on the subject. "Don't Tell 'Em, Ask 'Em." Edwards' business recording, "Closing the Sale" is the No. 1 selling sales training record in the country, said Cummings. "Five of California's most successful Realtors will appear on the program talking on the fundamentals of listing, advertising and selling real estate with emphasis on single family homes and small apartment houses," said Cummings. The subjects and the speakers on the conference program are: "How to Take Listings that Sell Fast by Using the Competitive Market Analysis" by David Dic- gclman. Menlo Park: "The Positive Approach in Showing Homes and Gelling the Buyer lo Say Yes", by Mary L. Vaughan, Burbank; "Helping the Seller Decide" by Jack Casanova, Sunnyvale; "Listing and Selling Small Income Units" by Donald Olson, Van Nuys. The moderator of the all-day J. DOUGLAS EDWARDS conference will be Burt Smith of Bellflower, CREA Executive Committee member. The conference to be held at the Orange Show on March 3rd is one of 19 all-day sessions being held this spring in every section of the state under the sponsorship of local real estate boards ar.d the California Real Estate Association. A total attendance of over 9.000 is expected. "Better service In the public in the purchase and sale of real estate is a direct result of these annual conferences," said Cummings. Reservations for the conference may be made through the Redlands Board of Realtors' office, 105' ^ Orange street, room 9. Lockheed's giant rocket motor case reaches Redlands Lockheed's giant 156-inch rocket motor case finally reached home base yesterday after a two-hour trip from Rohr l Aircraft in Riverside. I Early freeway travelers i might have glimpsed the 22!foot-long motor case since it icamc on the Riverside freeway 'to the Octopus, then cast on the I Redlands freeway to Alabama, [off at Alabama to Lugonia. then i straight cast to Crafton avenue land Lockheed Propulsion com! party's main Redlands plant. II arrived about 9 a.m. This is the next-to-last stop for the huge case which was loaded on a truck-trailer in Silver Creek, N.Y. on Jan. 20 for its cross-country jaunt. It reached Rohr in Riverside on Feb. 4 where it has been undergoing an insulation process. At Lockheed Redlands, the case will be lined, loaded with propellant, cured and finally ; trucked to test grounds at iPotrero southeast of Beaumont (about mid-March, j It will be temporarily stored ; there until the other two seg- Iments, also to be shipped from |New York, catch up with it after undergoing the same processes. The next shipment from New- York will be the "aft" segment which is scheduled to start its trip about the first week in March. All three segments arc scheduled to be assembled at Potrcro and put through a static test firing sometime in late spring or early summer. This giant solid fuel rocket is being developed under an Air Force contract. TIZZV AADIOS ' PUONOGRAPUS ?0P RECORDS Capitol Crier California GOP so anemic Democrats are concerned "There's something fishy about Lois. She enjoys classical music!" U. S. 395 included in proposal for improvement A new proposal by State Sen. Randolph Collier to add 2.697 more miles of California highways to the federal Interstate network could mean a vast improvement in travel conditions to San Diego and northerly to Bishop for residents of this area. For listed among the highways in his proposal is U. S. 395, the speedy but hazardous two-lane highway which most Redlands area residents use to get to Oceansidc and San Diego. While (he State Division of Highways has been slowly improving this highway, by creating four-lane passing areas from time-to-time, its inclusion in the federal system would permit the use of federal funds. Interstate highways are constructed with about 90 per cent federal financing (as was the case with the Redlands freeway which is Interstate 10). Sen. Collier, who is "Mr. Freeway" in legislative circles, pointed out that the Interstate Highway program is due to expire in 1972, but the present four-cent-per-gallon of federal gasoline tax will likely be continued. "If the federal government is going to continue to collect approximately S300 million annually from the California motorists, wc want assurance that this money will be returned lo California in the form of improved highways. Sen. Collier stated. i Sen. Collier is chairman of the f authored most of California's restate Senate Transportation cent highway legislation, (committee and chairman of a Actually, his proposal lists 19 ,., „,:,,„„ „„ .i,„ different major north-south ar- subcommitlee on the Interstate . . , . , ., , . i tenes for inclusion in the fed- I System of the Western Highway j cra [ p ro gram. j policy committee of the Council; Thc ,o nKest sjns i c stj . ctch (of State governments. He h a s wou , d bc u s I01 alon g the coast all the way from Capislra- no Beach south of Laguna to San Francisco. (491 miles.) While thc segment of U. S. 395 south to San Diego would be the most-used by residents of this area, many would also be delighted with projected inclusion of 395 northerly to Bishop and to Reno, Nev. Sen. Collier said thc total cost of the California portion of the new proposal would be S3.3S6 bil- Sixteen lovelies in Miss Yucaipa contest Sixteen Y'ucaipa lovelies will compete for the 1964 title of "Miss Y'ucaipa Valley" in the Orange Show Queen contest 'scheduled for 8 p.m. tomorrow 'Saturday, in the Y'ucaipa high I school auditorium, j The Yucaipa contest will bc (under the sponsorship of the (Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with merchants and i clubs which are sponsoring individual entries State to sell three parcels at auction The California Division of Highways announces a public auction for the sale of three parcels of land located in the City of Redlands, to bc held on February 27. C. V. Kane, District Engineer in San Bernardino, said these parcels are part of larger parcels acquired for construction of the freeway through the City of Redlands. The sale will begin at 10 a.m. on the south side of the freeway on Eleventh street, with an irregular-shaped parcel of unimproved land, containing approximately 7.200 square feet. The minimum acceptable bid for this land, zoned R-2, is $700. Two other parcels of unimproved land will bc auctioned; one with 4,859 square feet located northerly of the freeway at the south end of Eleventh street: and thc other with nearly 5.000 square feet on thc northeast corner of Division street and Central avenue. The minimum acceptable bid for thc first is $300 while bidding may start at $345 for thc latter parcel. Both parcels arc zoned R-2. Commission favors Redlands annexations SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Two Redlands annexation proposals were approved Wednesday by thc Local Agency Formation Commission. Thc City of Redlands was the applicant in both cases. One re-i quest was for an annexation submitted several weeks ago. but delayed because no spokesman from Redlands was present to explain why the area involved did not extend all the way to Nevada street. Mayor Charles C. Parker informed the commission Wednesday that the city is not prepared to annex the additional area, which includes some buildings and residents. Approval was then voted for the original proposal which takes in about 5-acres just west of Alabama street between the south side of thc Redlands Freeway and thc Southern Pacific railroad tracks. ! The other annexation proposal was a small parcel of noncontiguous land that has a water well serving thc city. The By JACK GERMAIN Pacific Coast News Service SACRAMENTO — Don't look now, but the Republican Party in California is becoming so anemic even thc Democrats are getting concerned. Not that individual Republicans in individual places arc suddenly coming unglucd. But thc Grand Old Party just isn't up to snuff — if you'll pardon the expression — collectively. It is the opinion of many, in fact, that unless the old guard leadership of the GOP quickly recognizes it's whipping a dying elephant, the carcass may never rise again. Democratic club to meet Monday A meeting of the Redlands Democratic club will begin at S p.m. Monday in the community room of Security First National Bank. Reports of delegates returning from the C.D.C. state convention in Long Beach will be presented at this time. Highlights of thc speeches by President Lyndon Johnson. Governor Brown and Senator Eugene McCarth of Minnesota will bc discussed. Bob Minick and Ray Conatser will attend the Monday meeting and members of the club will have an opportunity to meet them at this time. All members and interested residents of the community are invited to attend the meeting. property, less than a acre in size, is located on Davidson street near Curtis lane, about one-half mile west of the Marigold Farms property. Commissioners were told the property is assessed at S450 and the improvements at $5,000. Only by annexation can the city avoid paying taxes on thc property. State law allows annexation of non-contiguous land, but thc final action must be approved by the Board of Supervisors. And there's more than just a little evidence to fit the analogy. Among the tell-tale signs most fresh upon the political trail is the current sad state of affairs surrounding the Republican 'challenge'" for thc U. S. Senate scat now precariously occupied by Democrat Clair Englc. The Democrats are bugged by a sticky dilemma of an unhealthy incumbent and an overabundance of eager heavyweight vote-getters diving for the same chair. i GOP Paralysed i But thc seemingly rudderless ! Republicans appear almost with- iout the faculties npcessary to 'pick up the golden egg. Even [a modestly muscled GOP candidate has yet to answer the rare knock of opportunity, and the |Engle post may well go by de; fault. | More conspicuous corroboration, of course, is written on the Statehouse walls. Here, only (Frank Jordan and the ghost of Hiram Johnson arc allowed to • carry thc Republican banner ; above half staff. ; Jordon is the only GOP resident of a constitutional office in i the Capitol, more because the Secretary of State's office is j considered a family heirloom. I than because of any party prow- i ess. Badly Outnumbered i In thc legislative chambers | things arc mathematically bet!ter but politically unimproved.| I On a nosc-to-nose partisan push. Senate Republicans! jcoudn't stop Senate Democrats Uvith anything short of a iThompson sub-machine gun. They are 13 against 27. j Over in the Assembly, the jGOP minority numbers 28 as 'against 51 Democrats. The im balance is sharply accentuated by the presence of the omnipotent speaker Jesse M. Unruh among the 51. although some observers might suggest that the slenderized "Big Daddy" may prove a boon to a future GOP rally. Assembly Minority Leader Charlie Conrad of Sherman Oaks, who might be likened to Lawrence of Arabia without a horse, still clings to a numerical bloc capable of snarling up a budget bill. But, the defection of only three votes from the caucus can sink the bloc. Thus far, Conrad has been able to hold things together reasonably well in the big partisan fights. On occasion, one or two chickens have flown the coop, but in such cases a counter-defector from Unruh's camp often sustains the precarious balance. Lines are Withered So, the once - mighty, still proud Republican cadre scrambles on. The front lines are withered, battered and diffused. The trumpets still sound and the drums still roll, but there isn't a veteran around who has been able to saddle thc white horse. The party as a practical political influence has virtually disappeared from the State Capitol. Even its vocal dissents against thc majority program barely stir an echo. But. there arc signs of unrest in the GOP trenches. The "young turks". tired of the constant defensive refrains and muffled voice, arc chomping for a chance to lead a new Republican charge. Chronologically, they stand at the foot of a political San Juan Hill with a summit in 1966. And from here, it's a long, long way to the top. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads lion. About People Kay Lovely, sophomore at Cal Western University in San Diego, has been elected to serve on the Honor Court for women resident students. She Those entered in the Yucaipa; will also continue as dorm secre- j contest arc Donna Parent!.! tary and on the advisory board Cindy Smith. Janice Driggers .J for thc sophomore class. Kay iKathy Franklin. 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