Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on February 28, 1964 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 5

Redlands, California
Issue Date:
Friday, February 28, 1964
Page 5
Start Free Trial

Local Notes Open-Fact Chtrry Pies Special-55 cents Goodie Shop, 24 E. State. 792-3811. Like New — '63 Corvette Sting Ray, $3,600. Ed Fletcher, 153 Sierra Vista Way. 793-4473 or 793-2271. Echo in the North At 7:43 p.m. today Echo I will be five degrees above the North Star and moving northeast. Two For $3.50 Blouses from our regular stock. Her Majesty. Surfboards $49.50. Pratt Bros. Goods. 651 E. Citrus. Sporting x Story Hour Tomorrow Miss Frances Redman will tell the stories of "The Little Knight's Dragon". "The Baron's Booty" and "Beady Bear" during tomorrow morning's story hour for children in the Lyon wing of Smiley library from 11 to 11:30 a.m. The Goodie Shop 24 E. State will be closed Mar. 2, to Mar. 7, reopen Mar. 9. x Closing Out Coats All fall coats reduced. From $19.50. Her Majesty. x Lloyd Griffith Appointed Lloyd I. Griffith, Vice Presi dent and Manager of the San Bernardino Branch of the United States National Bank of San Diego, was appointed today by Alvin P. Meyers, Regional Director of the Small business Administration, to membership in the California Small Business Advisory Council. Ski Sale Pratt Bros. Sporting Goods, 651 E. Citrus. s Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279 2 Days Left to Save money on a 1964 Mercury or Comet. Our big "Trip to Paris" contest ends Saturday. See our ad on Page 4 of todays Facts. Jim Glaze Inc. x Western 65 Health Insurance. Gene Stevens and Dan Vander Woude have enrollment blanks. Call 793-4871. Citrus Trees Special S2.98 each ready to plant Valencia, Tangerine, Lemon as long as they last. Sat. Feb. 29 only 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Citurs Liquors, 128 E. Redlands Blvd. x Met Opera Tomorrow "Eugene Onegin" by Tschai- kowsky will be broadcast tomorrow from the Metropolitan. Opera House, starting at 11 a.m. (PST) on radio station KGBS, 1020 on the AM dial. Starring will be Leontyne Price, William Doolcy, Jess Thomas, Rosalind Elias and Giorgio Tozzi. Tickets Will be Available at the door for the Bud and Travis Concert, tonight, 8:30 p.m. at the U of R Memorial Chapel. x One Chair Appointment Only With Ray Aranda. 4 barbers, free parking. Bill's Barber Shop, 7 W. Colton, 792-8472. x Lopez Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Addie M. Lopez were held Thursday at 10:00 a.m. from Sacred Heart Church, Redlands. Rev. Henry W. Keane officiated. Pallbearers were friends of the family. Burial was at Hillside Cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Kanady Services Funeral services for Seward E. Kanady were held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with the Redlands Elks Lodge officiating. Interment was in Hill- aide Memorial Park. LEAP YEAR BIRTHDAY — By the calendar, 4-year-old Diann Lawrenz will be 1-year-old tomorrow. She was born Feb. 29, I960, and this is the first time her birthday has appeared on the calendar. Diann digs into the cake frosting as if she won't have another party until 1968. She's the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawrenz, 12697 Alta Vista. (Daily Focts photo by Ron Kibby) February 29 becomes big birthday for some Tomorrow at least 10 Red- landers can rightfully pretend to be one-fourth their actual years. And their claims are more bonified than comedian Benny's pretense, for all 10 were born on February 29 — that one-in-four-years Leap Year birthday. The Redlands chapter of Leap Year babies has membership spanning from 1880. Its youngest members will celebrate their first birthdays tomorrow. Honorary chairman of the local chapter is Mrs. Bessie Armstrong, 321 W. State street, who, by the calendar, will mark her 20th birthday. She was born in 1880. As infrequent as birthdays are for the Feb. 29 clan, Mrs. Armstrong was cheated out of a birthday in 1900 when the calendar makers skipped a Leap Year so that the calendar would correspond to the earth's trips around the sun (it is ne-| cessary to omit three of the normal leap year dates out of each 400 years). Mrs. Armstrong is the widow of Morton E. Armstrong, who served as Redalnds building in- Jackispector for 21 years. She and her late husband were married in Redlands in 1911. 19 Roma street, and Karen Sue Dyess, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dyess, 1727 Alta street. They are both tenth graders at RHS. It will be the fifth Feb. 29 i CDC conclave opens af Orange Show Saturday Favorite candidates of the County's Democratic club members will be picked for Congress and for both the assembly districts at tomorrow's county convention. The confab is slated to get under way with registration from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. at the National Orange Show grounds. Delegates will get down to business at about 10:45 a.m. when the candidates for the 33rd;county chairman of the William G. Moore named to Goldwater delegation Dale Robbins dies at 54 after illness C. Dale Robbins. 54. member of the music faculty at San The 86-member delegation was!Steve Williams, San Bernardino!Bernardino Valley college since William G. Moore, publisher of the Redlands Daily Facts, and Mrs. Thomas T. Parker of Ontario were named today as official San Bernardino county delegates to the GOP National convention pledged to Sen. Barry Goldwater on the June 2 presidential preference ballot. chairman of the United Republicans of California and a former assemblyman, and Joseph C. Shell, who was Richard Nixon's opponent in the 1962 gubernatorial primary. Although alternates were not listed today, those from this county are believed to be J. Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 28, 1964 - 5 announced by William F. Know land, California chairman of the Goldwater - for - President cam paign. I Ontario attorney and West End Mr.'Moore is San Bernardino'campaign chairman. attorney and San Bernardino! 1946 and many times active in area Goldwater campaign chair-[ Redlands Bowl productions, died man; and Leland S. Davidson,(in a San Bernardino hospital yesterday after a three-months Gold- Congressional scat being vacated by veteran Harry R. Sheppard are put in nomination. Mrs. Blanche Mitchell, president of the Redlands Democratic Club, will lead her 41 delegates into the fray. Two Democratic candidates are definitely in the race seeking club endorsement. They are Ken W. Dyal. long- lime active Democrat and general manager of the National Orange Show and John P. Quiraby, currently assemblyman from the 72nd (west end of county) district. There were rumors that Mayor Donald Mauldin of San Bernardino might enter the race but he was unavailable for comment today. It was known, however, that he has not yet asked that he be listed on the nominee list before tomorrow's convention. CDC officials said it is required that all candidates seeking endorsement and the names of the persons who will make the nomination must be on record at the convention prior to 9 a.m. tomorrow. Phil Drcyer, chairman of the Democratic County Central Committee, who had also been considered a possible nominee, today issued a formal statement that "I will not present my name to the CDC convention nor will I file." M the same time, he threw his support to the candidacy of Ken Dyal "as the best qualified of all candidates named to replace our very effective Con- J gressman, Harry R. SheppardJ and I believe he can best carry the banner of the Democratic party and is the most electable." There will also be considerable local interest in t h e endorsement for 73rd Assembly district candidates since this includes the Redlands district now water committee and Mrs. Parker, long-time leader in the California Federation of Republican Women, is vice chairman of the county campaign committee. Knowland, former U.S. Senate majority leader, said he h a d never "seen so representative a group of leaders, balancing all elements of the Republican Par ty, gathered into one Presidential delegation." The list of delegates was filed with Frank Jordan, California's secretary of state who himself is listed among the delegation. Four state legislators on the delegation are E. Richard Barnes and Clair W. Burgcner of San Diego and David Donald Mulford of Piedmont, all assemblymen, and Jack Schrade, State senator from San Diego. The delegation also includes Sheriff Peter Pitchess of L o s Angeles, Bruce V. Reagan, Optimists pay tribute to charter members observed by 20.year-old David j l^m^u ^ ? e ^f c f St ™Williams, a San Bernardino art lhncklcy of ™\and S . , Valley College student. Bora in! Ray Conatser . °f San Ber- Two 4-year-old Redlands 1944, lie is the son of Mr. and! nardino - who opposed Hinckley youngsters will have their first Mrs. J. D. Williams, 936 Wal-j two >' cars a S°. is again an an Leap Year birthday parties. [nut. Steven Berry, son of Mr. and! Dr. Vincent O. Masters, Eleven charier members of the Redlands Optimist club were honored by their fellow members at a special luncheon meeting yesterday. And of these, special tribute was paid to three charter members for 17 years of perfect attendance. Earning pins for this record were Bill Means, D. Lowell Wells and Harold L. Pahl. Other members who joined the club on Feb. 27, 1947. when it was formed and who are still active are Alan Levinc, W. E. Malone, Elmer C. Parks and John F. Runkel. Losted as charter members who still reside in Redlands but are no longer active are Delbert Fowler, Arthur Gregory Jr.. Warren G. Hooper and Ralph A. Nichols. The Redlands Optimist club, operating under its motto of "Friend of the Boy" supports Presbyterian group plans one day school Teachers and helpers in the Christian Education program of the churches of Riverside Presbytery will assemble on Saturday for a "One Day School". As a part of the training program teachers of the kindergarten and junior high departments will meet in the First Presbyterian Church of San Bernardino. Nursery age teachers will go to Magnolia Presbyterian Church of Riverside, and primary and junior leaders will' assembly in the First Presby-ithc San Bernardino terian Church of Redlands. The one day school will convene from 8:45 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. with child care being provided by girls of the Senior High De partment. Primary department teachers at the Redlands part of the school will be Mrs. William Fawcett, Mrs. Robert Leonard Mrs. Harold Jensen and Mrs. James Harter. Junior Department leaders are Mrs. Joseph Colley, Mrs. Donald Brown Mrs. Elliott Whitlock. Mrs James McCririe and Dean Walter. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Dow Jones industrials ventured past the 800 level near the close today. Sizable gains in Chrysler. Swift and Woolworth aided the industrial advance. Rails rallied toward another new closing record supported by Louisville & Nashville, Alantic Coast Line and Southern Pacific. The fresh advance was aided by higher auto production, retail sales, freight carloadings and construction contracts. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 802.35 793.80 800.14 up 3.10 20 ITS 191.34 188.66 190.74 up 1.34 15 utl 141.15 139.78 140.50 up 0.14 Mrs. Donald M. Berry, 228 Judson street, will be the guest of honor at a birthday celebration attended by bis neighborhood playmates. A family party will be held in the home of Diann Lawrenz, another Feb. 29. 1960, arrival. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawrenz, 12G97 Alta Vista. Two Redlands High School classmates are also members of the Leap Year Club. Both were born Feb. 29, 1948, so will ob-j serve their fourth birthdays. They are Marvin Dale Benz, son of Sir. and Mrs. Dale Benz, 115 Beverly drive, will observe his 11th Leap Year birthday. He was born in 1920. William T. Moore, 305 East South avenue, will celebrate his 9th Feb. 29. He was born in 1928. Mrs. Lucretia Moore Irving, wife of Facts sports editor Tarn Irving and daughter of Facts publisher William G. Moore, is also among the Leap Year clan. Born in 1936, she will observe her 7th true birth date. Another "29er" is Chris Brashears, son of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Brashears, 633 Palo Alto drive. I nounccd candidate as is Bobj" umerous communi « v recrca-^ sik 331.43 278.25 280.53 up 1.15 -r <r T> !• Ition nrocrams. Including R.i<:n. Minick of San Bernardino. ' ion P r °S rams . Including Base_ . t "n J ' ba " for Bovs - tennis instruction. Sa 'cs today were about 4.9S Endorsements for ,3rd assem-i basketba „ instrU ction, junior! million shares compared with bly come last on tomorrows * high and e i cme ntary track 5.42 million shares Thursday, agenda and are not expected to me cts and , he summe V sw ,£ M t % become known until late in the I •• ••• lu, i 1- >i«t Adnr. M«k< TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Announcement of Services MATTHEWS, Alma 2:00 p.m. Saturday Yucaipa Chapel KOHRUMEL, Mrs. Rebecca (Bessie) Services pending. Valley Chapel Loma Linda LONEY, Mrs. Joella Services pending. Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 7W-244' Harvey Sawyer buys Arthur Commercial Press Harvey L. Sawyer, who has been an employe of Arthur Commercial Press for the past 18 years, is now the new owner of the printing firm, it was disclosed today. The business, located at 23 E. Citrus, was acquired from the estate of the late Franklin K. Arthur. Mr. Sawyer, who has lived in Announcement of Funeral Services OLIVER NOEL Services 2:00 p.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MRS. ARA B. DENTON Services 10:00 a.m. Saturday, at Temple Baptist Church, 611 E. Cypress Ave. f.MtlMK CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE IK. • PT 2-1411 Redlands since December, 1945. said he will now become general and sales manager of the business. The name Arthur Comer- cial Press will be retained. The new owner grew up in the printing business in Hull, Iowa, where his father and his grandfather before him owned and operated a weekly newspaper. Mr. Sawyer himself managed the newspaper for two years before coming to California. His brother still owns it. For the past 18 years, he has been a linotype operator and printer at Arthur Press and for three years prior to that worked as a linotype operator and machinist for the Riverside Press-Enterprise. Mr. Sawyer is a charter me- ber of the Redlands Police Reserve (1951) and is active in the Hope Protestant Reformed church. He and his wife, Alice, reside About People John Breihan, sophomore at Millikin University, Decatur, 111. is named on the university's first semester Honor Roll. He is majoring in liberal arts. John is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Breihan, 1333 College avenue, and a graduate of Redlands High school. at 407 E. Colton avenue. Mrs. Sawyer is a kindergarten teacher at the Redlands Christian school. Their four children are Harvey J., 23, a 1958 RHS graduate, formerly with the State Division of Highways but now with the Army Engineers at Ft. Belvoir, Va.; Marilyn, 19, a 1962 RHS grad and now a student at Valley College; Cecelia, 17, a senior at RHS and Grace, 8, a student at Redlands Christian school. afternoon. Mrs. Mitchell said the Redlands delegates will again go to the convention "informed but uninstructed" for both the Congressional and "3rd district endorsement. Mrs. Mitchell, however, is slated to make the "seconding speech in behalf of Conatser for the assembly endorsement. She will also be serving on the registration committee, and, with Miss Esther Hile, on the credentials committee of the convention meet, among other things. An investment in Peace of Mind Vital Records DEATHS KOHRUMEL — Died in Loma Linda, California, Feb. 27, 1964, Mrs. Bessie Jane Kohrumel, 25299 Van Lcuven St. Loma Linda, aged 97 years, native of Oregon and resident of Loma Linda for 6 years. Deceased is survived by 3 grandchildren: Vernon Kohrumel, San Jose, Mrs. Mary Cummings, Carmichael, Mrs. Frankie Kohl, California; A number of Great Grandchildren and number of nieces nephews including the following: Nieces: Miss Hazel Herman, Loma Linda; Mrs. Ardis Robinson, Loma Linda; Mrs. Inez La Cross, San Jose; Mrs. Annie Smith, Los Angeles; Nephew: Victor T. Herman, Loma Linda. Funeral services will be held at 2 p.m. Monday at the Emerson Valley Chapel, Elder J. C. Michalenko, pastor of the Loma Linda Hill church, officiating. Interment in Red Bluff Cemetery, Red Bluff, California. Tickets on sale for Baker Marionettes Tickets are now on sale for a Valley Preparatory School bene fit puppet show March 23 fea turing the Bob Baker Marion ettcs. Proceeds for the show in San Bernardino Municipal Auditorium will go to the school. Tickets may be purchased at Gair's or may be ordered by calling 792-6546 or 792-3233 between 4 and 7:30 p.m. The tickets may be obtained at Sage's Shopping Center beginning March 16. The Bob Baker puppets are life-size and the show is presented as a "theater in the round" in which the audience is an integral part of the show (Dou-Jones Srrvice. Courtesy Le»trr. Byons & Co.) 2U3 L. State Volume Close Chn;. I Ii;:.101) Erie Lick - -"i 1.V..--.IMI Chryjler II -•"•» l-.'T.iuo Studebaker » — "1,10(1 Amer. Pota>h S."i — 'i 7I.WO Helens Curtis «)^!00 Searle _ 6.1,100 Cont. Air KI JUKI Fed. Pac .-.1.:;tH) Sperry Rand ... General Motors. 3HJ0O Hupp 37.000 Lockheed _ 3K ItMOO Sou. Pac 40 S.l.noo Amer. Motors ... I'J 34.100 B.C.A. <wl) :il Hit illness. Mr. Robbins had helped with choral work for many Redlands Bowl productions and just last year trained the off-stage choms and band for Puccini's "Turan- dot." He was the director for "The Messiah" presented by the San Bernardino Council of Churches for a number of years and was also, for a time, director of the Riverside Opera Chorus. Active also in church choir work, he organized the St. John's Episcopal church choir in San Bernardino, was musical director of the First Presbyterian church for 15 years and most recently was choral director of the Emanuel Methodist church. He was a past president of Riverside Chapter of the Choral Conductors Guild and a member of the National Association of Teachers of Singing and the Music Teacher association. Survivors include his wife, Maureen, and a son. John, who live in the family home at 11815 Arliss court, Grand Terrace, and another son, Ray, who lives in Los Angeles. He is also survived by a brother, two sisters and two grandchildren. Funeral services are pending. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Feb. 28 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 48s 56s 72s 88s First grade ...5.25 5.04 4.52 3 .79 Second grade.. 3.13 3.00 113s 138s 1«3« First grade 3.52 3.42 3.30 Second grade 2.85 3.10 Trend: About steady. NEW YORK (UPI)-Citrus report: California Navels: 4 cars, half boxes S3.65. -3", + 3' JOHN WILCOXSON Poultry and Eggs LOS ANCEl.ES, Feb. 28 <UPI' — Eggs: Prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants 'delivered l*b cents higher): AA extra large 44 I i-43 1 .-, A extra large 43^-46'^. AA large 3? I 2'4l 1 2. A large 35»i-36'i. B large Sl'z-SS'a. AA medium 33 l z-26 l 2. A medium am^'j, AA small 27 13 30 l i, A small 25 l i-26 1 2. Prices to consumers: AA large 3957. A large 49-53. AA medium 48-53. A medium 47-49. AA small 43-47. A small 40-43. Poultry: Fryers 15-19. roasters 2125. light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 5.66. hens cross 5-6*=i wtd. avg. 5.64; turkeys: young toms under 28 lbs. 20. ABOUT THIS r QUESTION: ultjWe had a fire and losf our spinet piano. No, it wasn't burned. As we hurriedly carried it out of the house, it slipped, tumbled down the front steps, and smashed. Does our fire insurance cover this loss? For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wiicoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. State l %^?J£ r ? l 2>. i0une hens ^'iSt., Redlands. 793-2373. Weather Jan. 23 Jin. 29 Jan. 30 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 _.. Feb. 2 _.. Feb. 3 ... Feb. 4 _ Feb. 5 Feb. 6 __ Feb. 7 _ Feb. S _ Feb. 9 _ Feb. 10 _ Feb. 11 _ Feb. 12 _ Feb. 13 _ Feb. 14 _ Feb. 15 __ Feb. 16 _ Feb. 17 _ Feb. IB _. Feb. 19 Feb. 20 _ Feb. 21 _. Feb. 22 _.. Feb. 23 _.. Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Rainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Houri no . 70 . 70 . 70 . 73 . 78 . 77 . 70 . 73 . 69 . 64 . 70 . 75 65 64 61 61 69 80 82 70 71 72 60 69 .... 55 Feb. 26 65 Feb. 27 69 Feb. 28 65 33 33 39 40 42 41 37 40 37 41 33 40 37 40 41 39 34 32 33 41 35 40 43 50 37 37 46 37 43 33 32 36 .02 8.13 .03 8.16 .04 8.20 Harvey L. Sawyer Takes Pleasure in Announcing the Acquisition of ARTHUR COMMERCIAL PRESS 23 East Citrus Avenue Phone 793-4883 and Pledges to Continue the same high quality workmanship which has identified the concern over the many years it has been serving the community. BUSINESS STATIONERY • BIRTH ANNOUNCEMENTS SNAP-OUT FORMS • BROCHURES BUSINESS FORMS • CATALOGS BUSINESS CARDS • DIRECTORIES • WEDDING ANNOUNCEMENTS AND INVITATIONS »

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 9,800+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free