The Pomona Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California on January 7, 1958 · 6
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The Pomona Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California · 6

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f Worst L.V. Intersection To Be Fixed MONA'S NEIGHBORS liiiMiieim FAST FREIGHT TO GERMANY Taking part in a ceremony presenting California products to the lufthansa, German airline, are Donald Jay, president of the Ontario Association of Commerce and Industry; Friedel H. Horstmann, resident manager of the German company; Forde Seward, manager of the OACI; and Ontario Mayor C. E. Petersen. Behind them may be seen part of the nose wheel structure of the huge Lufthansa Super Star that took off for Hamburg Saturday from Ontario International Airport. German Line Takes Over Big Plane ONTARIO Oranges, lemons, wine, olies and a steam Iron were aboard the first Lufthansa Super Star when the big airplane took off from Ontario International Airport Saturday for Hamburg, Germany. The items were gifts of California products from local area industries as an expression of friendship from the people of the community to the people of Germany and to the board of directors of the Lufthansa airline. The Super Star was modified It Lockheed Aircraft Service, Inc., here, first of a series of the planes to be modified for a Lufthansa fleet. The German company will use the planes for flights over the Atlantic ocean. Members of the German crew to fly the plane to Hamburg took part In the brief ceremony before the takeoff. In on the ceremony were Donald Jay, president of the Ontario Association of Commerce and Industry; Forde Seward, manager of the OACI; Mayor C. E. Petersen of Ontario; Friedel TL Horts-bann, resident manager In Burbank of the German company; J. W. Clutter, vice president of LAS; Harry Weddermann, resident inspector; Ursula Johnson, Horstmanns secretary; and the crew: Capt. Ernest Pretsch, pilot Capt. Clem Morehead. copilot, Willi Hevmann and Werner Alseben, flight engineers, end Josef Duelks, radio operator. Poets Invited To Join Group CLAREMONT Verse writers In Claremont are invited to join the Claremont Poetry Circle, according to Miss Nina E. Rice, corresponding secretary. Persons interested may communicate with Miss Rice, 620 Plymouth Rd., LY. 6-1494. Chino Elmo M. Baughman Telephone 8-1837 CHINO The United Church Women of Pomona Valley will hold their annual meeting Friday at the Pomona Church of God, 1233 E. Kingsley Ave. The meeting will be from 10 in the morning to 2 in the afternoon with a luncheon to be served at 11:45 a.m. Those in the Chino area planning to attend are asked to make resen ations by tomorrow morning with Mrs. L. A. Bamum, LYcoming 81752. Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Bigalk had as New Years Day guests her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Rounds of Ontario, and the Rev. and Mrs. Park Miller, Goodell, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Miller are spending the winter in Pomona. Mr. Miller was the minister in Cresco, Iowa, when the Bigalks lived there. The Valley Queen Rebekah Social Club meeting for tomor- j row night has been canceled j due to illness. The meeting was j to have been held at the home ! of Mrs. Mary Eilts, Mrs. Elsie Thomas, president, said a new time would be announced later. Mr. and Mrs. Ulysses (MiUie) Thibault and family of Osborne, Kan., spent the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Chalupnik. They also visited other friends and relatives here and his parents in a nearby town. The committee of C ub Scout Pack 1 will meet at 7.30 tomorrow night at the home of Mrs. Alma Mogle. Plans will he made for the Jan. 25 pack meeting. This m.eetirg will be or.e week later than regularly scheduled because of a charge in the meeting date of the Richard Gird PTA. Harold Hill is the cubmaster. The Richard Grd PTA sponsors this park. 7-e Mothers Guild of St. .Margaret's parochial school will meet at 8 tomorrow night at the pari-h school Mrs. Marvin Hartshorn, president will pre- tide. JEAN WALTONS PARENTS VISIT IN CLAREMONT CLAREMONT George Walton. principal emeritus of George School, Pa., and Mrs. Walton, are visiting their daughter, Miss Jean Walton for a few weeks. In December, Walton was a delegate from the Philadelphia Yearly Meeting to the Triennial deputies -called to the scene by Assembly of the National Coun-the victims wife, Mrs. Mary f Churches held in St. Louis J Walton is a former chairman of the Friends General Conference Utterberg. She told them that Utterberg had locked himself in the garage. They found him hanging from a rope which was tied to a ceiling brace. He had kicked a wooden fruit box out from under his feet. Deputies said that Utterberg had tied the garage door shut from the inside. Mrs. Utterberg said that her husband had been in a great deal of pain from an ulcer. LWVTolft Tanbark Flats CLAREMONT A group from the Claremont League of Women Voters will visit the Tanbark Flats Experimental Watershed Development Area high in the San Dimas forest tomorrow. Guide for the expedition will be Robert Merriam, U. S. Forest Service hydrologist. The trip is part of the study the local league, along with other leagues thruout the nation, is making on conservation. Mrs. Edmund Creeth is in charge of the Claremont program of study. Others besides Mrs. Creeth making the trip will be Mrs. Richard B. Heim, Mrs. R. T, Davis, Mrs. Hollis P. Allen, Miss Jean Clifford, Miss Harriet Riet-veld and Mrs. Gerald Starrh. VICTIM HEARS HIS AUTOMOBILE BEING STOLEN LA VERNE Jose C. Castro, of 1849 3rd St., listened last night to a thief drive away his auto. He later told police that he thought his son or daughter were driving the car from his driveway at 10 p.m. When he saw them later he realized that it had been a thief. Castros car is a 1952-model Mercury, dark green with yellow wheels and bearing license No. LBL 219. Playday Date Is Jan. 19 CHINO The Chino Valley Riders first playday of the year will be Jan. i9 and not on next Sundav as reported in The ' Progress-Bulletin yesterday, There will be events for all classes at the plavday which Wjn be held at the fairgrounds, Central and Edison Aves. April 8 Is the Date Cities Preparing for This Is election year and the first contests will be in geneial law class cities on April 8. Candidates can start circulating nomination papers on Jan. 13 and these must be returned to the city c lei ks by noon on Feb. 13. This is also the final day that any issues may be placed on the April 8 ballots. Unregistered voters must put their names on the rolls bv Feb. 13 also. These applies to persons who have leached 21 ears, tho.-e who have (hanged addresses since the last general election, and those who did not vote in the last primary or general election. The Councils in three valley towns are thinking about putting issues on the ballot. In Monte Vista there are two possibilities changing the name of the city and a sewer bond issue of about $1 non.Obo In West Covina thne might ho a proposal to plate ity emploves in the State F.emement stem. Ontario is thinking and is now chairman of its committee on Christian Unity. Sunday morning at 11, following the regular meeting of the Claremont Society of Friends, Walton will speak on The Quaker Approach to Religious Faith and Practice. The talk will be in room 8, Balch Hal, on the Scripps College campus. For the past 50 years Mr. and Mrs. Walton have made their home in Bucks County, Pa. Miss Walton is dean of women at Pomona College. Young Giving Last Lecture At Assembly CLAREMONT Dr. Howard Young, assistant professor of romance languages at Pomona College, will deliver his Last Lecture at the colleges weekly assembly program in Holmes Hall, Thursday, Jan. 9, at 11 a.m. Each semester one professor is invited by the local chapter of Mortar Board, womens honor society, to tell the assembly audience what he would say if this were his last lecture. Dr. Young, who is currently doing research in contemporary Hispanic poetry and Italian Renaissance literature, has been a member of the Pomona faculty since 1954. Dr. Young was graduated summa cum laude from Columbia and also holds an M.A. from Columbia, where he was a lecturer In Spanish before joining the Pomona faculty. He is a member of the American Association of Teachers of Spanish, the Modern Language Association of America and the Renaissance Society of America. The public is invited to attend the assembly program. No admission will be charged. Disney Movie To Be Shown In Claremont CLAREMONT The Claremont Motion Picture Council will show Walt Disneys J'Perri tomorrow at 2:30 at the Village Theater. This is part of the councils Film of Distinction series. The film tells the story of a little pine squirrel in the Utah wilderness. The story was written bv Felix Salten, author of Bambi." about a water bond issue in excess of $1,000,000. All valley cities will have two or three Council seats open. Terms expire for these men: Claremont Mayor Chester Jaeger, Walter Krause and John Shaw. Covina Andrew Reich and Ralph Nordha-i gen. I La Verne Leo A. Lomeli, Walter H. Smith ! and W. R. Cole. La Puente Dr. H. S. Meisel, Fortunato Jimenez and Albert Laulive. Monte Vista Miller Buchanan, Dana Pankey and Glen Wolfe. Ontario S. L Wickersham and G W. Illings-worth. Upland Mayor Donald G Carr, Robert A. Thrall and Abner Haldeman. West Covina Mayor James Kay and Jay Brown. Chino Zeke Cortez, Ed Sexton and Robeit Gray. LA VERNE This city's busiest and worst intersection vull be repaired next week. Superintendent of Public Works Paul Milak said the intersection at 4th St. and Lincoln Ave. will be closed to traffic for a week beginning Monday. There is a sudden dip on the east side of the intersection that Mayor Owen II. Lewis once said had resulted in more irate telephone calls to him than anything else in town. Both north-south and east-west traffic will be routed around the intersection during the week. Shock Knocks Down Girl, 7 WALNUT A little girl was knocked down yesterday afternoon when she grabbed a charged electric fence surrounding a calf pen. The victim. Lynn Lee Dar-wick, of 15868 San Jose St., La Puente, suffered a cut finger when she fell. Mrs. Lupreal E. Kyle, 51, who takes care of the child at the Kyle home here at 327 Pierre St., said that the girl went to the rear of the property to pet a calf which neighbors had penned there. The girl took hold of the fence with both hands and was knocked down by the shock. Harpsichordist Giving Recital CLAREMONT John Hamilton, harpsichordist, will present a recital of classical and modern harpsichord music in Bridges Hall of Music on the Pomona College campus at 4 Sunday afternoon. The program will include the D Major Partita of J. S. Bach, a group of Scarlatti sonatas, works by Couperin and Swee-linck, and portions of the Mik-rokosmos that Bartok expressly indicated for performance on the harpsichord. Hamilton has studied under Alice Ehlers at the University of Southern California. He has performed in Claremont during summer sessions in the past. The concert will be presented by the Pomona College department of music. It will be open to the public without charge. Permit Is Issued For Store Building ONTARIO The building department Issued a permit yesterday for a commercial building which will house two businesses. The 28,000 square - foot building will house J. C. Penney Co. and Dugan Piano Co. The cost is set at $303,000 for the reinforced concrete block building. It will be built in the 400 block of N. Euclid Ave. Psychology Talk Planned Tomorrow CLAREMONT The public is invited to a lecture on Industrial Psychology tomorrow night in Harwood Hall on the Pomona College campus. The speaker will be Dr. Mack T. Henderson, senior partner in charge of the West Coast division of Rorher, Hibler and Rep-logle, industrial consultants. He will speak at 8:15. Dr. Henderson has been professor and chairman of the department of psychology at Grin-nell college. The lecture is sponsored by the Psychology Club of Pomona College. Selz To Lecture At Fine Arts Meet CLAREMONT Dr. Peter Selz, chairman of the Pomona College art department, will deliver an illustrated lecture on German Expressionist Painting at the Pasadena School of Fine Arts at 8 p.m. Saturday. Reservations to attend must be made in advance. Dr. Selz is author of the book, "German Expressionist Painting, published in 1957 by the University of California Press. Elections Tha Progress-Bulletin, Pomona, Calif. La Verne Council Okays Annexation SCENE FROM THE PRISONER Richardson Morse plays the part of a cardinal and John Reed plays the role of a police-state interrogator in The Prisoner," next presentation of Sid-dons Productions in Claremont. SIDDONS WILL PRESENT THE PRISONER NEXT C L A R E M ONT A brilliant political fanatic and a Catholic cardinal clash in the play, The Prisoner, next presentation of Siddons Productions here. The play will be given in POLIO CLINIC TO BE SATURDAY NOT SUNDAY LA VERNE This com-munitys polio clinic will be held next Saturday afternoon not Sunday as inadvertently stated in last night's P-B. The clinic will be set up In the Roynon School auditorium and will run from 2 to 5 with local doctors giving Inoculations. Football Trophy To Be Presented To Catholic Team ONTARIO The Ontario Knights of Columbus will present a trophy tomorrow night to the football champions of the Catholic School League the St. George's School team. The ceremony will being at 8:30 and will be held in the Ontario Womens Club. This will be the first presentation of thp perpetual trophy. The league is made up of Catholic grade schools in Ontario, Pomona, Upland, Fontana, Claremont and Chino. Grand Knight Edward Mesler will make the presentation. Members of the team, their parents and their coach, the Rev. Dennis Ryan, are invited. The Rev. James Murphy, Pomona Catholic High School athletic director, will speak, coach, will speak. Members of the committee arranging for the trophy presentation are Joe Mandeville, Don , Stone, Henry Lucas and Bob Van Ness. Lewis To Speak At DAR Meeting CLAREMONT Anselmo Lewis, district forest ranger, will give a conservation talk ar d show films at the next meeting of the Claremont chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution. The meeting will be held this Thursday at 2:30 p.m. at the home of Mrs. A. L. MacDonald, 339 W. 10th St. RETURN TO OTTER BEIN OTTERBEIN Mrs. Barbara Huddleston and children, Ronda and Jordan, have returned home after spending the holidays in Chico with her mother, and other relatives. PARENTS TO PAY CHINO Police said the parents of two boys, 10 and 11, have agreed to pay for damages tha huvs admitted doing at the El Rancho School, Tuaiday Ivaning, January 7, 19SS Balch Auditorium the nights of Jan. 16, 17 and 18. Siddons includes players of Claremont Mens College, Harvey Mudd College and Scripps College. The play is based on the arrest and trial of Cardinal Minds-zenty. Richardson Morse plays the part of the prisoner and John Reed the interrogator. Winston Stoody has a comic role. Jesse Swan, lecturer in drama and speech at Scripps and CMC, is director. Reservations may be made by calling LYcoming 6-8511, Extension 2202. Commission To Restudy Zoning Law CLAREMONT The planning commission will reconsider the proposed new zoning ordinance at its regular meeting tonight at 7:30 at the city hall. The commission sent the proposed ordinance to the City Council several months ago. The Council has been holding a series of workshop sessions to study the ordinance and is recommending some changes. The changes will be considered by the commission tonight. Memorial Church Class Has Party OTTERBEIN The Inner Circle Class of the Bell Memorial Church held a New Years Eve party at the W. M. Neuenburg home here. Mrs. Donald Cowley and Mrs. Rudy Geiger helped Mrs. Neuenburg in entertaining and serving. Others present were Geiger, the Rev. and Mrs. E. M. Strick-ler, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kelley, Mr. and Mrs. Lon Chaney, Mr. and Mrs. Rhea Barr, Mr. and Mrs. George Donahue, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Cissell, Mr. and Mrs. Weslie Combs, Mr. and Mrs. Sie-bert, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Elmore, Mr. and Mrs John Emigh, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Heilman, Mrs. Sue Boyer and Arthur Ratliff. O LA VERNE Doris Stephens LA VERNE Mr. and Mrs. Harry Markland, 2838 Lincoln Ave., are parents of a baby girl, Jo Anne, born New Year's Eve. She weighed 6 pounds, 1 ounce. The Marklands have three other children, Suzanne, 16, Wayne, 14, and Carol, 10. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Haines and Mrs. Mabel Brydon were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Shirk in Garden Grove, The occasion was the Shirks 25th wedding anniversary. Their daughter, Joan, arranged the party. Page 6, Sec. 1 Disputed Land Case Will Go To Court Soon LA VERNE The City Council voted last night to annex land to the east and north, part of which is claimed by Pomona. The action came after a public hearing on the annexation at which protests were received from owners of 29 li per cent of the total assessed valuation of the property in the annexation district. It takes protests by owners of more than 50 per cent to stop a citys annexation of uninhabited land. Legally, an annexation district is considered uninhabited if fewer than 12 registered voters live there. The case now goes to court. The Council already has directed Attorney Morgan Lowery to begin legal proceedings to restrain Pomona from co-ing ahead with Its annexation of 110 acres, part of which is in the annexation district approved last night by La Verne. La Verne started its annexation proceedings ahead of Pomona but Pomona filed its boundary description ahead of La Verne. Each city claims precedence. Mayor Owen H. Lewis of La Verne said last night after the meeting that Lowery would be filing a petition for a restraining order against Pomona within a few days. The protests received last night were from the Capital Co., owner of three parcels of land in the proposed annexation, and from Gerald Laws and Jack Campbell, co-owners of one parcel. The proests represented $17,050 assessed valuation. The total valuation of the area, known as Annexation District No. 6, is $57,790. Other property owners In the district are Stuart Wheeler, Inman Conety, Harry Putnam, Hannah Gillette, Kinsey Roberts and Sidney Hunter. The Capital Co. property, part of the former Mangold estate, is south of Foothill Blvd. The rest is north of Foothill and west of Williams Ave. Psychology Series Lecture S ated CLAREMONT Dr. Mack T. Henderson, senior partner in charge of Rorher, Hibler & Rep-logle, West Coast Division, will speak on Industrial Psychology tomorow night at 8:15 in Harwood Hall on the Pomona College campus. This is the third lecture In the Psychologists in Action series sponsored by the Psychology Club of Pomona College. The public is invited to attend. No admission will be charged. Zomes Has Art Show in Montrose A one-man show of water color paintings by Milford Zomes of Claremont is now on exhibit at Whites Gallery In Montrose. Paintings the artist made in Mexico, India and California will be on display thru January. The gallery is at 2315 Honolulu Ave. Zomes is art director of the Padua Hill Theater. S.D. Business Zone Is Denied SAN DIMAS The County Regional Planning Commission has denied an application for a business zone in the triangle bounded by Foothill Blvd., Brunelle Ave. and Base Line Rd. Roy E. McKay of 358 E. Bonita Ave., San Dimas, had asked for a zone change from residential agriculture to C-l (restricted business). LYcoming 3-2849 There will be a Girl Scout neighborhood meeting Thursday morning at 10 in the Community Building. Visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Benjamin and family are Mrs. Benjamins mother, Mrs. Ethel Dickens of Champaign, 111., and her niece, Susan Perry of Ben-sonville, I1L They came for Christmas and will leave for home Thursday. The La Verne Heights School Service Club board will meet Thursday morning at 9:15 in the cafeteria. a I ), J I i t LOUISE EGGLESTON Foundation Head Speaks In Claremont CLAREMONT Mrs. Louis Eggleston, president of th Komonia Foundation in Baltimore, Md., will speak In th Claremont Church Guildhall at 11 a.m. tomorrow. Persons who wish to bring sack lunches will eat together in the refectory, where coffe will be served. There will b readings and a period of meditation during the noon hour. Mrs. Eggleston will answ-er questions and discuss problems in the club room at 1 p.m. A service will be held in the sane-taury at 7:30 p.m. Mrs. Eggleston's address will be introduced by a worship service led by Dr. Harold G. Jone and other local clergymen. Lyon Attends Meet in Miami CLAREMONT President E. Wilson Lyon of Pomona College is attending the annual meeting of the Association of American Colleges which opena today and continues thru Thursday at Miami, Fla. He and Mrs. Lyon will also visit Pomona College alumni groups In Washington, D. C, Sunday; in New York City Wednesday, Jan. 15; in Boston Friday, Jan. 17. and in Chicago Sunday, Jan. 19. Alumni are planning receptions for him and Mrs. Lyon on each of these or-' casions, when Dr. Lyon will , also speak on the developments , on the campus, including the construction of two large sci- J ence buildings and a new art! center. Lodge Chief Honors Three Officials CHINO Mrs. Viola Smith, retiring noble grand of th Valley Queen Rebekah Lodge, honored three of her officers at the last meeting of her term Thursday evening In the Odd Fellows Hall. Honored were Mrs. Lillian Tucker, inside guardian, Mra. Pearl Ehler, chaplain, both of whom had perfect attendance at lodge meetings during th year, and Mrs. Lillie Boyer, musician. Mrs. Smith presented th women with hand woven ba-kets. She made the baskets from grass she brought from the Florida coast. Mrs. Winnie Williams and Mrs. Mary Simmons served aa the refreshment committee for the evening. Mrs. Iona Ferne Wynja and Mrs. Alice Parthemore were th hostesses for the holiday meeting. Open installation ceremonies will be held at 8 p.m. Jan. 16 in the IOOF hall. Mrs. Florence Whitney and Mrs. Mary Mason will be installed as noble grand and vice grand for the new year. Chinoan, Fiance Feted at Party CHINO More than 100 guests honored David Wilson and his fiance, Miss Gay Cole-son of San Pedro, at a recent open house at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Wilson. Wilson and Miss Coleson will be married Feb. 15 in San Pedro. They will make their home in Chico, where Wilson is farming. The hostesses for the open house were Mrs. E. E. Wilson, Chino; Mrs. F. M. Wilson, Chino; Mrs. E. E. Wilson Jr., Chico; Mrs. Roger Williams, Long Beach; and Mrs. Diane Rader, Pomona. Among the guests were Miss Coleson's 'parents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Coleson, and grandfather, N. M. Coleson, all of San Pedro. Fire Is Caused By Transmission CLAREMONT An overheated transmission was blamed yesterday morning for a fire which damaged an auto at Alexander Ave. and the San Bernardino Freeway. James Sweeney of Perris told police that he was driving on the freeway when the fire broke out. He extinguished it himself, using a C02 bottle and tani I I I

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