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4 - Thurs., Feb. 27, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Schools to buy two new 91-passenger buses Two large 91-passenger busesltrict's schools with use of this [Amounts withheld as a result will soon be acquired by the [equipment. [were $44,000 for fascia panels. Redlands Unified school dis trict, according to Trustee action this week. The largest buses now in use carry 79 passengers but the even larger buses are just five feet longer and cost very little more to operate, according to Marion Chambers, transportation superintendent. Each of the buses is expected to cost about $31,000 compared with S27.100 for the 79-passenger models. They will be diesel powered. School Supt. H. Fred Heisner told Trustees that the district wouldn't find use for too many buses of this large size but many times the large bus would make it possible to take a group on a field trip in just one bus instead of two. In other actions on a long list of routine items in a two-hour meeting this week. Trustees: Approved the calling of bids for a tractor-mower combination expected to cost S7.000 but considered economical because one man instead of two can mow the lawns at all the dis- Approved the calling of bids $30,000 for hardcourts and $4,000 for an additional classroom for fencing. wing at Crafton elementary school. Approved the expansion of t h e transportation facility by Penta Construction System, Inc. at a cost of approximately $1,976. Accepted a new roof on the senior high shop building and authorized payment of $7,600 toj Sunset Tile and Roofing company. Asked for more cost figures before approving an agreement with the county superintendent of schools for data processing services of W-2 forms. The cost was listed at 20 cents per form. Accepted the deed for the 4Vi acres of property just east of the Cope Junior high campus. This was purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Joe Montciro for $63,620, including the home on the site. Approved the filing of a notice of completion for the new Henry G. Clement junior high school, contingent on the completion of the fascia panels, hardcourt area and fencing.! Approved the acquisition ol an electronic recording device for use of counselors at Redlands senior high school. Approved participation in the county joint National Defense Education Act project providing for acquisition of 30 television receivers and stands at a total cost of $10,103, half of which is reimbursed by the federal gov ernment. Agreed to hold an informal meeting with Mission and Red lands high school district Tnis tees at a 6:30 p.m. in the Ter ricr Hall faculty room at the high school on March 3 to ex plore possible annexation of Mission and Fallsvale to the Redlands unified school district Set the time of the next reg ular board meeting on March 10 at 5 p.m. so that board mem bers would be through in time to hear Dr. Max Rafferty, state superintendent of schools speak in Grace Mullen auditor ium at 7:30 p.m. He is appearing under auspices of the Kings bury PTA. Many Dropouts at Oak Glen termed heavy young men cant adjust to rugged camp Pacific Coast News Service |lv .o hours of formal classroom [cooking, painting, welding. SACRAMENTO — California'sieducation each day. In addition.!plumbing and heavy equipment pilot Youth Conservation Camp 20 of the trainees arc attending;operation, at Oak Glen, organized to cur-jnight school classes at nearby The State Departments of cm- tail high school dropouts, has!public school facilities. Iploymcnt and industrial rela- a high dropout percentage of its| The YCTP. patterned alongjtions assist each trainee through own. Nearly 50 per cent of the eligible enlistees for the experimental Youth Conservation and Training Program have failed to respond to the opportunity for voluntary self-improvement. Of the first 182 men between 36 and 21 years of age wha were accepted for training, a total of 64 have quit the Oak Glen mountain camp after a brief stay. And 23 other youngsters failed to appear for induction. State Department of Conser- vaiion director DeWitt Nelson, chief of the youth conservation corps project, has told Governor Brown that most of the G4 youths who have quit Ihe YCC program are "big-city hoys from the concrete jungle who just couldn't adjust to the rugged camp environment." Nelson assured the Gov ernor that the four-month-old rehabilitation effort is "exceptionally effective" for young men who stay in the program. Nelson reports that 81 of the 95 young men who have remained in camp of their own free will are taking at least the lines of the federal Civilian I job counselling programs dtir- Conservation Corps (CCC) of i ins and after his service with the pre-Wor!d Warr II era, was!the conservation corps, authorized on a two-year test Heavy emphasis is also basis by the 1963 State Legi -I placed on physical fitness. A slalure. It was designed as a!proven fitness program bor means of providing vocational!rowed from the Canadian Air and educational training assist- Force is rigorously followed, ance to unemployed, unskilled a n d corps youngsters partici- young men and high school j pate in various sports activities, "drop-outs." ] Cost of the YCTP pilot proj- Youngsters in the conserva-ject for the first nine months of tion canip are selected from a;operation is estimated at $300,statewide list of applicants com- 000. An appropriation of $400,- pilcd by the Department of Em- 000 is being sought in the ployment. They enlist for six 1954-63 state budget to continue months of service with the the project through the next fis- training corps, arc paid $60 per C al year, month and are furnished uni- M (he conc i usion 0[ thc COMMISSIONED — Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Schcen, 1409 Crescent street, Redlands, con- grotulate son, Steven, upon his commissioning as second lieutenant in the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers. He will attend the Officer's Orientation Course, at Fort Belvoir, Va., when he receive his Army orders in April. County issues building permits in Yucaipa area Schoen commissioned in Army Corps of Engineers School trustees give plan for Kingsbury site No additional land for thc ex-,can for a rundown of the dis- pansion of Kingsbury school — other than the Luther Ellison property — is expected to be needed for another five years. Supt. II. Fred Heisner told concerned property owners at Tuesday night's board session. Questions on the school board's intentions were submitted by Capt. Francis D. D. McGaffigan. who owns the former Ilill property on Clifton court, i Several other residents of the trict's overall master plan of school sites drew a protest from Trustee Gen. Ricbard L. Scott who emphasized that such matters have been discussed and discussed at board sessions over the months and years. And he urged people to take a greater general interest in school affairs rather than just when their personal interests are affected. area who live in the vicinity of , mlc cc . nde mnalion of the EI- the Ellison property on P a 1 m lison pro t has not t becn avenue were also in the and- fflcd . it was toted that tte city lencc. The board authorized con-: Planning comm ission had ap- denmat.on of this property two| proved the Iocation • ml and weeks ago. [that the State Division of School- has also an- Dr. Heisner explained that the:house Planning immediate needs of thc district idorsed it. are expected to be served by I — the acquisition of the three-acre! i B I * parcel owned by Mr. and Mrs.: ADOUT rCODlG Ellison. i But in the long range view, he i Tech. Sgt. David P. Stetson, said other parcels such as Capt. 1 son of Mr. and Mrs. Philip B. McGafiigan's and some of the!Stetson, 1316 Beryl avenue, houses on Cajon would probably 1 Mentone, has arrived at be needed. The exact timing heJKeflavik Airport in Iceland for' duty with Headquarters Air Forces Island. He is a manpower management technician. build- San Bernardino county ing permits totaling $SS.183Jstrcct, CLAREMONT — Steven R. : mony was conducted in the Mil Schoen, son of Mr. and Mrs.jitary Department, following Lt. Robert L. Schoen, 1409 Crescent jSchoen's graduation from Clare s commissioned a.mont Men's College. Members were issued recently for con-jsccond lieutenant in the U.S struction in the Yucaipa area.[Army Corps of Engineers, it Permits issued included the fol-;was announced by Lt. Col George K. Adjemian. Pomona Collegc-Claremont Men's Col lege professor of military sci ence. The commissioning cere- lowing. Peter Hclzcr, owner, a $10,160 permit for a 1167 square foot stucco dwelling at 34803 Pecan, Yucaipa. Billy W. Simmons builder. Glenn R. Martin, owner, a $10,655 permit for a 116 1 square foot stucco dwelling at 12376 Birch court, Yucaipa. Earl D. Taylor, builder. Rowe P. Robinette, owner, j 13036 North 22nd street. Phoe -j nix. Ariz., a $10,655 permit for) a 1161 square foot stucco dwell-., hc cnJarging o£ California Waing at 12396 Birch court, Yu-; tcr & Tclephonc facilities in the ca.pa. Earl D. Taylor, builder l Loma Linda dial centra , oflice John A. Stippich, owner a n d building> it was announced to™ r ' , L P° ' 3 iday by Dale Eckrote, the firm's $9,183 permit for a 993 square\^.- isioa manascr . foot stucco dwelbng at 3o016 Tlle job> sootl , 0 gct uncrway , Comberton street, \ucaipa. l involvcs ttc immcdiatc cn i arg . budder, 33619 Reedy \Voods,Yu-; 3!) ° 40 ^ \ dmoa , to provide caipa a $9,183 permit for a 998, (• ff £ d . , Telephone Co. to enlarge Loma Linda unit Final plans are in process for forms. food, lodging and: 24-month experimental period the Legislature will decide _ . , - i , .whether the program should be Trainees work six hours each | continued on an expanded basis or terminated. emergency medical care durin; their enlistment. day under the supervision of state forest rangers clearing firebreaks, maintaining mountain roads, hiking trails and recreation areas, fighting insects, and other general forestry conservation activity. In addition, the youths are afforded special on-the-job training in various trade skills such as auto mechanics, carpentry. Hearings for fraud suspects to be March 13 Preliminary court hearings on [each. Roberts was released aft- charges against suspects in a! cr posting $11,000 bail. Lake Arrowhead land fraud con -j Lav i"- ^ ho represents the Lor, „ i rain Realty company in Palm spiracy have been set for March (SprmgSj , vas t0 be arraigned to . 13 in San Bernardino Municipal! day on charges of conspiracy to Venus, Jupiter bright in Western sky Court, the Sheriff's Office rc ported today. Four men considered the ptin- cipal suspects in the conspir acy, in which forged quitclaim deeds were filed on tax delinquent properties and the b a c k taxes paid, are in dustody. They are: Frank Anthony Matranga, 52, arrested at his home at 5060 Coldwater Canyon, North Hollywood, at 10:30 a.m. yesterday. A vending machine company owner. Frank Samuel Graber, 56, owner of a men's haberdashery, arrested in a parking lot at 466 North La Brea boulevard, Los Angeles, at 10:15 a.m. yesterday. Herbert Louis Roberts, 30. owner of the Coast Escrow company, 224 North Canon drive. Beverly Hills, arrested at 11 a. m. at his office. James Michael Lavin, 65, real estate salesman, arrested yesterday afternoon in his office at 1550 Gower stret, Hollywood. Three of the men — Matranga, Graber and Roberts — were arraigned yesterday on charges of conspiracy to commit grand theft, grand theft and forgery. Matranga and Graber were held in lieu of $82,500 bail I A K)X WEST COAST TWBMH vox : -n REDLANDS • 121 Cojon Stre.,- • PY. 3.«31 Week Days Cont. from 7 P.M. Sat. Cent, from 10:30 A.M. Sun. Cont. from 2 P.M. Walt Disney Presents 'The Mis(s) Adventures of MERLIN JONES" Also in Color "Disneyland After Dark" Two bright planets are now closely paired in thc western evening sky. They are Venus and Jupiter. Because Jupiter is so distant from the sun, it is a relatively slow planet and does not change its position very much in relation to thc stars, night by night. Because Venus is relatively j close to the sun, it moves rain Realty company in Palm irapi (iiy. For about a month Venus has appeared to be ris ing in the evening sky to meet Jupiter. Last evening the two planets were almost on a horizontal line. At midnight tonight they will be in their nearest, apparent proximity, the separa tion between them being less than two degrees (about four diameters of the Moon). Venus, which is the brighter one, will become the upper "star" as it continues its nightly movement in relation to the stars. present forged documents for rc cordation and conspiracy to commit grand theft. The suspects arc accused of having acquired fraudulent title to about 50 tax delinquent properties in thc Lake Arrowhead area having a total market valuation of S75.000. After paying back taxes, the men allegedly forged quitclaim deeds which were recorded under fictitious names. The real owners never questioned who paid the taxes and were unaware of the forged deeds. The property was then listed with unsuspecting real estate firms who sold the parcels to innocent purchasers. According to the Sheriffs Office, some 30 phony quitclaim deeds were ready for processing in a San Bernardino title] company as late as yesterday. Thc Sheriffs Office alledged; that the suspects invested $5,000 j in acquiring title to the $75,000 1 worth of Lake Arrowhead prop-! crty. i Sheriff's investigators suspi-i cion that thc consipracy may; spread to other Southern California counties in areas where there are large numbers of tax delinquent properties. WII.I.IAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening cexcep- Sunday) at Facts buitdtng, TOO Brook side at Center. Redlands, California Founded October 23, 1B90, 71th year. Entered as second class matter October 23. 1890. it the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advance) By Carrier Delfrery One Month 1 1.5n Three Months . 4.W Six Months *•*> One Year 16.«ti One Month One Year ... Br Mail ..J 1.JU j _ 18.0111 Wo Has a WrfMoy FEBRUARY 28 — David Clark Randy McAdams John Gathings Jim Gathings Mel Norcross Marc Gibbon William S. Berg Wilbur L. Rich Edgar Putnam Kenton Corwin Bruce Beals Wayne Bowlby Vinton Gregory Paul Baumann Greg Johnson Dr. Delbert Anthony Delbert O. Schmidt Don Kites Harold Egelston James Jutzy Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 M. T. Billington, owner and builder, 7103 Cedar, San Bernardino, a $14,230 permit for a 1712 square foot stucco dwelling at 11377 Golden Gate, Yucaipa. T. W. Wilson, owner and build cr, 13130 North Nebraska way, Yucaipa a $14,230 permit for a 1712 square foot frame and stucco dwelling at 11434 Golden Gate drive. installation. Mr. Eckrote staled that the Loma Linda office is currently serving 2131 main telephones and is equipped with 1600 lines and 2300 terminals. California Water & Telephone commercial surveys forecast that by December 31, 1967, the office will be serving 4580 main stations and will require 3240 of his family were present and the oath of office was administered by Maj. Irving J. Aden, Jr., assistant professor of military sciecne. The newly commissioned officer was graduated from Redlands Senior High School in 1960. He distinguished himself by completing a four year college academic program in 3 1 ': years. While a student at Clarc- mont Men's College, he performed in college theatrical productions and was a member of thc varsity track team. He also served as a cadet officer in the Reserve Officers' Training Corps program. Following receipt of Army orders in April, Lt. Schoen will attend the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Officer's Orientation Course at Fort Belvoir, Va. could not say. He explained that Kingsbury now has a six-acre campus but would need about 12 acres at some future time should t h ol Mr. and Mrs. Robert C. Lang> school have to be rebuilt to mod- 1 ston, 20S6 Anzio street. Men- cm standards. Itone. have had as their house- Now, however, he said plans J guests of the past two weeks call for nine classrooms for pri-! his daughter. Mrs. C. E. Pcr- mary children to be built on the northerly portion of thc Ellison property and a separate playground for primary (grades 12-3) children on the southerly portion nearest to Palm. The classrooms would be similar to those at Kimberly, Smiley and Crafton. A request by Capt. McGaffi- ry. and her husband, Lieut. Perry, from Falls Church. Va. While here, the Perrys also have visited friends in Long Beach, their former home, and other places of interest in the Southland. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads B WONDERFUL Harold Onken. owner aad jccntral office lines and 5500 Ur builder, 911 Park avenue. Calimesa, a $9,SS7 permit for a 1093 square foot frame and stucco dwelling at 35035 Comberton street, Yucaipa. Two Mentone area permits minals, This represents a growth exceeding 100 per cent of existing central office facilities during the ensuing period. The new building addition is being de- were issued, one to Floyd Hicks, I si S ncd t0 mcct these require- owner and builder for a I22li mcnts - Mr - Eckrote said, square foot stucco dwelling at 2109 Nice avenue. Permit value $10,160. Clarence Smith, 13S9 Ward way, Mentone, a $2,500 permit for a swimming pool. Blue Haven builder. j Navy personnel at RHS for i counseling ! Personnel from the U.S. Nav -j al and Marine Corps Reserve! Training Center will be on the' Redlands High School campus j twice each month to counsel) interested boys regarding their) military obligations, according! to R. Garn Haycock, Assistant Principal in Guidance. The first of these meetings will be on Wednesday, March 4 at 11:00 and 12:15 during both lunch periods at R.H.S. Other! meetings will follow on the first and third Wednesdays of each month. All boys interested in learning more about these services and their programs are invited to attend in the Counseling Office Conference Room. i i>RAStiC REDUCTIONS IN ALL DEPARTMENTS FIRST QUALITY SHEER SEAMLESS NYLONS REDUCED TO (in 12 ft. p»t) limit • S pr. HURRY—WHILE THEY LAST!! CREW SOX for MEN • BOYS - GIRLS PR. (sold In a 3 pr. pkg.) SPECIAL VALUE 29: WOMEN'S DRESS SHOES REDUCED TO 3" Values to 539 WOMEN'S - CHILDREN'S DRESS SHOES FLATS - CASUALS and SLIPPERS REDUCED TO 1" Values to 3.99 OPEN FRI. NITES TIL 9 10 E. State St. Downtown Redlands

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