Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 4, 1964 · Page 6
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, March 4, 1964
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Redlands Daily Facts 6 - Wed., March 4, 1964 Peace officer plan suffers setback SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Proposals to give some employees of three county departments the status of "peace officers" suffered a severe setback at the Jlonday meeting of the County Board oi Supervisors. However, the Board did approve the same powers for a fourth county unit, the highway department, so that work crew supervisors could act in place of deputy sheriffs for handling prisoners on road gangs. The controversy over whether inspectors and enforcement officers in the building, health and planning departments should be made peace officers, at the descrction of department licads, was waged for several weeks before Supervisors. Ross Dana, representing the desert and mountain area."!, where enforcement of some county ordinances is always a matter of controversy, led the fight against new powers. Uc won an ally Monday in Supervisor Daniel D. Jlikcsell, who has recently been away because of illness. County department heads favor the changes, on liie claim that they can save accused vio- iSWEETIE PIE Nadine Seltzer i "How can we tell what comics we want to buy if w don't read them ail first?" lators lime and inconvenience, iployccs They say if tlieir staff members can issue citations, it will !savc having the district attorney file charges. But Dana said he feared the county becoming a "police state" at tlie hands of cm- not equipped of law for the enforce- Supervisors approve plan to halt dropouts I SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- j.\ county program for combat] ing high school dropouts was approved Monday by the Board of Supervisors, and four mem- jhers expressed the hope the move might be copied through out the country. The fifth Supervisor, S. Wes ley Break, opposed the program on three grounds: that the county was not the agency for such a project: that schools ,were not doing all they could for fighting dropouts: that the project would cost more than its backers claimed, so should be given further .study. \ The dropout plan is one or- h'ginated by Supervisor Paul J. Young. It is to bo tried in his district, at Colton High School. The school's officials are to 'Pick 40 students regarded as 'likely dropouts because of financial pressure. Of the 40. 20 are to be given jobs during the summer in a county training program. They are to be paid 75 cents per hour, or S30 per week for 10 weeks, making a total of $300 j for the summer. But they are only to received SIO per week uhiJe they work, and the refunds are to be paid ORDERED TO VIET NAM —Pvt. Danny W. White stopped in Redlands for a four- day visit recently en route to new duty at Nha Trang in Viet Nam. He was formerly stationed at Fort Rueker, Ala., where he attended helicopter maintenance school. Private White is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Loren E. White, 538 Chestnut avenue. He graduated in June with the Class of 1963 from Redlands High school. Before peaceful co-ex?stance World needs method of solving disputes rcsponsibihty nient. .Alond.iy. the question was putjmaining off indefinitely, to allow time j out at the rate of S5 per week to see what other counties do about the same enforcement problems. during the school year. School officials are to keep a careful check of the difference between those who are in the program and the 20 regarded as dropout prospects but not included. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 'We need a whole new systematic way of solving international disputes before we can live a peaceful co - existence," declared Dr. Arthur Larson at the University of Redlands yesterday. Larson, who is director of the World Rule of Law Center and a special assistant to the State Department, is at the US, sponsored by the Hajnes Foundation for a week of talks and lee lures. Speaking to the student body he said that what we need is: . — a body of internationally accepted Ia\ys, 2 — judicial machinery to arbitrate intemation- ,al disputes, and 3 — appliances to enforce these decisions. 'Our troubles in international relationships have been in try ing to solve disputes by the po litical method *bca the legal method should have been used,' he said. He pointed out that many dis .putes remain unsettled because [diplomats are afraid of the poli tical repercussions in their respective countries. If the legal method were used '(hrough an intcmatiooal court SOMETHING TO ^W^/ U.S.D.A. GRADE "A" CORNISH CROSS WHOLE BODIED Come See You'Jl Save at A&P! FRYING CHICKENS spur, QUARTERED, OR CUT UP-.31« LB. Grade ^^A' Frying Chicken Farts Breast or Thighs...... 55^ Whole Legs ^r.zl W\ j Chicken Wings...^^ Backs & Hecks...5 ibs. 39- ASSTD. COLORS KLEENEX 00 i SONNYBROOK RED SALMON A&P 's QUALITY GROUND MEATS FRESH UAN Ground Beef. 33- lEAN TASTY Ground Chuck 49- EXTRA lEAN Ground Round 59- BEEF, VEAl K PORK Meat Loaf... .59^ SUPER'lUGHT GRAIN-FED STEER BEEF SUPER-RIGHT BEEF STEAKS SUPER-RIGHT BEEP ROASTS Ronnii Sieak BONE IN 69^ 7-Bone Roasi 39$. Round Sfeak BONELESS O-Bone Roast T'I^Y 49k Rib Steak lARGE SIZE m Rump Roast '? N^ 69k Top Round TENDER TASTY Rump Roast '?^!' 79k Sirloin Tip ALSO CHAR 95L Rib Roast 'Tu^ 79k Porterhouse Also 98^ Clod Roast Ai >o °sHom .oEit 79k Top Sirloin BONE. LESS 1" • lb- Sirloin Tip TS 89k Spencer Steak Itb. Stewing Beef c% 69k l\ 7%.oi. -V Con 'LENTEN SEAFOOD VALUES , HALIBUT STEAKS m WHOLE SHRIMP ^ 69'^^ SWORDFISH STEAKS..... 69» 5- Pillsbury or BoUaril |;; BISCUITS A&P 's DAILY A&P's Garden Fresh Produce ANJOU PEARS WILSHIRE DILL SWEET EXTRA FANCY Ibs. «i PICKLES MAHN'S APPLE CIDER 49' i^'- 89' Size U. S. NO. 1 RUSSET ^ POTATOES 8 YELLOW ONIONS - 2 -lb. Bag 35 19 ALSO KOSHER DHL Pint 6-oz. Jor Van deKomps. •NATIONAL PEANUT WEEK- AAP VIRGINIA PEANUTS 35' 7 !4 -<»r. Can CHOCOLATE COVERED PEANUTS WORTHMORE '^et 7'.-i.oi. Pkg. CHOCOLATE PEANUT CLUSTERS 39* WORTHMORE e-en. Pkg. 2<t. Wo. 43^ Z¥ rniamoek Cbeese 89" Nabiseo Oreo Cookies 49<' Kleenex Towels- Dixies CoM Cips^ 9\ Hot Cocoa MixrN^,.,^,^ 79' CbeddarCheeseWedge^47^ Baronet Cremes It 49^ Folger's mei\^lZnfd*'^V' .THURS,-SUN, MARCH 5^ l-Ib. Pricej Effective Thurj. thru Sun., Mar. 5, 6, 7 * 8 320 REDLANDS BLVD. with some power, heads of state would not have to worry so much about their country's acceptance of the decision, he ad ded. "I think we must expect a certain number of minor clashes and we must realize that we will never eliminate all violence in the world. - Our major problem is to find the means of preventing a full-scale war among nations." Dr. Larson attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar. He was appointed Under Secretary of.Labor in 1954. In 1956 he was made Director of t h e V. S. Information Agency. La ter he became special assistant Dr. Larson to tonight to President Eisenhower. Dr. Larson will be speaking at the University through March 9. under the auspices o£ the Haynes Foundation. His lectures are open to the public. County doesn't approve sonic booms in SB , SAN BERNARDINO (CXS) An invitation given to make sonic booms over San Bernardino does not meet with the approval of the County Board of Supervisors. Board members reacted sharply Monday to the letter of Donald G. Mauldin, mayor of the City of San Bernardino, to federal authorities telling them to come to this county to test • # A II (people's response to long pe- aiVe tOrUm talK Inods of some booms. The tests ihave been going on over Okla- jhoma City, and that city's coun- |cil recently voted unanimously "Peace Through World Law to ask that the area be spared — What We Are For" will bejany more of the noise. the topic for Arthur Larson tonight, 7:30. in the University of Redlands Chapel, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. Dr. Larson will be speaking as one of his Haynes Founda tions presentations in Redlands, and as a Redlands Community Forum speaker. He is presently Director of the World Rule of Law Center at Duke University. He is the author of many books of labor law and is a top authority on world law. There is no registration fee for this eveamg's lecture. However, persons may enroll tonight for the four remaining Community Forum lectures for S1.50. For further information, contact the Adult Education Office at 793-2256. "Did Jlayor .Mauldin ask any of us if this was all right?" inquired Supervisor Daniel D. Mikesell. Other Board members said they had no inquiry as to whether they would go along with Mauldin's invitation. The sonic testing would b« over populated areas, and Supervisors in d i c a t e d they thought it should be somewhere else than in San Bemardmo County. EDGE TO KNIFE HOUSTON (UPD-Roe JIos- ley meekly handed S40 to a knife-wielding bandit Monday and later told police: "I could have put up a fight but I learned a long time ago to give the edge to the knife." Mosley is 100. MENTONE-CRATON By GcN SCHMIDT Facts Mentone Correspondent Telephone Redlands 794-1903 Mrs. Hugh Kirby, 134S Tour maline avenue, Mentone, has voluntered to be chairman for the Mentone area for the Red Cross drive to be held this month. Mrs. Ethel Marquardt will assist Mrs. Kirby. More volunteer helpers are needed they said. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook newcomers of Mentone, who reside at 2009 Capri Slentone had a very special celebration at their home this last Sunday. Mrs. Cook who was bom on Feb. 29, 1896 and their granddaughter Donna Jo Cook who was 16 years old in January celebrated their 16th birthday together. Those participating in the birthday dinner were, the Cooks son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cook Jr. and Donna Jo and David from Pasadena, also a daughter of the Cooks, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Colbm from Riverside and their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. David Smith and their little daughter Lisa also from Riverside. Another daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. Cook who resides in Bedding was unable to join the celbration but she did send greetings by telephone. This daughters name is Mrs. M. E. Arend. Mr. and Mrs. John Dayton of 1223 Sapphire avenue. Mentone. extend an open invitation to all their friends to their home on .^larch 8th between the hours of 2 and 5 to help them celebrate their Golden Wedding anniversary. The Chamber of Commerce will meet at the Womans club house tonight at 7:30 p.m. Ev- erj-one welcome to the meeting. Falls Church Virginia. Mr. and Mrs. Saveland entertained the group by taking them to dinner at Lloyds at Running Springs and then they visited all the Mountain Resorts. Mentone Congregational Church News This commg Thursday, March 5, the Women's Fellowship of the church will meet at the Edison building on Brookside avenue in Redlands at 1 o'clock. The program will be a cooking demonstration put on by the Edison Co. If anyone needs transportation please call Joanne Danielson or Vera Mc- Ke. Thursday evening at 6:30 the Womens Fellowship is sponsor- mg a dmner for the Choir mem- hers and their spouse. This will preceed the choir practice. Work will begin on the special music for Easter. The 4H club will hold their regular meeting at the Elementary school tonight at 7:30. There will be a local dress review for the girls that have their costumes completed. A special reminder to those that are entering projects in the Orange show to have their projects at their leaders home by March 9. ,;' Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Gieschen, • and Mr. and Jtrs. Warren Clingman have plans to attend the dinner and program to be held in San Bernardino this Thursday night. The program I is special for Electrical Traming for 4H leaders. Jerry is the leader of the group of boys in the Mentone club. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lang ston entertained the following at a dmner party held in the new room at the Red Bam at Oak Glenn, Mr. and Mrs. How ard Saveland from Mentone, and Lieutenant Commander and Mrs. Gene Perry from A large crowd attended th« I Blue and Gold dinner put on by the Cub Scouts of Mentone last Wednesday night. After the dinner the program was presented. Den 1 presented the colors. Bob Follett the new cubmaster was in charge of the I ceremony. Awards were given [as follows . . . Silver arrows Wolf . . . Danny Henderson, John Parrott, Jack Sarrott, Pavid Tustison, Mark Nor- ,rie and Daryl Haffley. Wolf Badge and Gold Arrov? . . Joe Oliver. Bear Badge with Gold and three Silver Arrows . . . David Gillotti. Wolf Badge . . . Stanley Painter'and Loren Walk. Lion Badge. • . I Daryl Cox. .Arrow of Light . . . i David FoUett, Mike None, Kevea Cover and Eugene Cosby. Three of the cubscouts received graduating certificates from their cubmaster, they were David Follett, Mike Norrie and Keven Cover. These boys were then presented Boy Scout scarves and were accepted into Troop 10 by the Scout Master McOliver. Bob Sewell is assistant scout master. Two scouts from troop 10 were also present they were Fleming Oliver and Johnnie SeweU.

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