Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 5, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Thursday, March 5, 1964
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4 - Thurs., March S, mUedlands Daily Facts 1964 home construction ahead of last year Dr. Yarden named to state board of public health Construction La Redlands for the first two months of 1964 was already ahead of last year's rec ord pace with another $2 million in building permits issued during February. Valuation of permits issued last month by the city Building department was $2,203,333. This gives a total valuation for January and February of $5,042,787. In comparison, construction in the first two months of 1953 — tlie city's greatest construction year — was $3,971,837. Once again, residential construction was the mainstay of local building activity. There were 48 individual homes and 49 I apartment units authorized during February. Valuation of the residential projects was $1,361, 870. The only major non-residential project was the construction of classrooms valuated at approximately $611,000 at local schools. Total valuation of non-residential projects was $779,935. Building alterations added another $61,528 to the month's fig ure. Tlie following table gives a comparison of monthly building valuation for the past 12 months and the previous 12 months. The left-hand column starts with March, 1963, and ends with Feb. 1964. The right-hand column starts with March, 1962, and ends with Feb. 1963. 1963 mi Jfar. . ... 1,115,343 329,935 Apr. .. ... 317,249 241,015 May .. ... 979,065 1,961,870 June . ... 1,948,389 316,906 July .. ... 1,254,176 916,092 Aug. .. ... 3,062,239 1,061,573 Sept . ... 4,355,862 313,333 Oct .. 432,548 2,698,495 .Vov. .. ... 1.053,840 1,152,817 Dec. ... ... 2,012,324 700.878 I9M 1963 Jan. ... ... 2.839,454 455.138 Feb. .. ... 2,203,333 3.516,699 Total ...$21,573,822 $13,580,715 Mrs. Harnly dies in South Pasadena Mrs. Miles V. Hamly, formerly of Redlands and mother of Mrs. James N. Hicks, 30980 East Sunset drive, died in South Pasadena Tuesdqy at the age of 70. Mrs. Kamly, a native of Jefferson, Iowa, was the widow of the late Mr. Harnly, local druggist and owner of Harnly's Pharmacy, at one time located at the comer of State and Orange. The Hamlys lived in Redlands for 18 years, until the Jale 1930's. In addition to her daughter, she leaves on son, William Harnly of Duarte; another daughter, Mrs. Louis Taylor of| Anaheim; eight grandchildren, and four sisters. Miss Irene Van Eman and Mrs. Imogene Reece, both of South Pasadena; Mrs. Pansy Firms of Temple City and Mrs. Mildred White of Pasadena. Funeral services will be pri vate and are scheduled for tomorrow at the Pasadena Mausoleum, 2227 North Raymond ave nue, Altadena. Friends who wish may make contributions to the Los Angeles County Heart Association, 1126 East Green street, Pasadena. Howard, Ponte take top honors at forensic meet Citrus Market LOS ,\NGELES, Mar. 5 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sii 72s 88$ First grade 5.78 5.29 4.54 Second grade....3.40 3.00 3.57 113s 13gt 163s First grade 3.71 3.59 3.47 Second grade... .3.20 3.01 2.98 Trend: Steady. NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrus: California navels 20 cars, half boxes $4.22. IfWCWHT COAST T . 123 Cojon SlTMl . n. 3.4331 Wed. Mlssforlanc SUrls Thars., Frl.. Mon.. Tuts.. 7 r. M. Sat. & San. Cont. from ~ P.M. , Rock Hudsoa Paula Prent 'SS HOWARD HAWKS WdKtlon « mritCW mttg • TECHNICOLOR » Alko, in Color, PBOI Newman "A NEW KIND OF LOVE" Kit Howard and Lowell Ponte swept two top honors for Red lands High Saturday at the Na tional Forensic League District Student Congress held on t h e local R.H.S. campus. Selected As Outstanding Pre siding Senator, young Howard also was selected as a delegate to the National Student Congress to be held in Akron, Ohio, June 23-26. Delegates were recom mended by Judges and voted upon by the Congress itself sat urday. Basis of judgement included proficiency in handling legislation, speaking ability, knowledge of subject, committee work and use of parliamentary procedure. This is the second year that Redlands High has won Senate honors, as Mike Sedano went to National Congress in Houstin, Te.\as last June. Howard is the son of Col. and Mrs. Frederick Howard of 210 W. Cypress ave nue and Ponte is the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Ponte of 511 Terracina boulevard. Lowell Ponte was voted the Outstanding Representative in the Saturday Congress, and was runner-up for delegate to t h e National Congress in Akron, Ohio. Russ Alsobrook of Hilltop High in Chula Vista was selected as district representative. Other top honors gained at the two-day affair went to Tim Parrish of San Bernardino as Outstanding Senator 1st; Ed Shephard of Ramona as Superior 2nd; Stuart Wahrenbrock of Grossmont High as Superior Representative 2nd; and Larry Randlett of Ramona as Outstanding speaker of the House. Judging was done by Miss Barbara Cram and Earl Williams. Legislative bills written by Steve Hauser and Bob Break of R.H.S. were successfully maneuvered through committees by Susie Chesus and Kit Howard, and will be placed on the agenda of the Fall Student Congress for floor consideration. The speech squad of Redlands High Hosted the 21 school ac tivity in a very efficient man ner, including duUes of pages, and hosting social following Fri day night's session. Members of the Girls Service Club hosted the Saturday morning recess by serving refreshments in Mullen foyer. Big Cheese going to fair DENMARK, Wis. (UPI) - A big cheese was ready today for a trip to the New York World's Fair. The 34.591 pound Cheddar, world's largest cheese, was manufactured for Wisconsin's exhibit at the fair. All species of the hickory tree except three are native to eastern North America. Dr. Arthur E. Vardcn, director of the San Bernardino County Hospital, has been reappointed to the State Board of Public Health, it was announced today. "Dr. Varden has brought a maturity of judgment and broad interest in statewide health problems to the deliberations of the board," Gov. Brown said in making the reappointment. Prior to becoming a hospital administrator. Dr. Varden conducted a private medical practice specializing in pediatrics. Many of his patients were Redlands residents. He was secretary of the San Bernardino County Medical Society for many years and is one of its past presidents. Also reappointed to the State Board of Public Health was Dr. Lenor S, Goerke, dean of the school of health at UCLA. Max Rafferty to speak at PTA program here Committee unfavorable JACKSON. Miss. (UPI) —The Senate Pubhc Health Committee Wednesday gave an unfavorable report to a bill requiring the following printing on each pack of cigarettes sold in Mississippi: "Warning! Habit forming! May be health hazard." CARNIVAL Dick Turner Dr. Max Rafferty, state superintendent of public instruction and probably one of the more controversial figures in the state will be in Redlands for a pub- he speech next Tuesday, March 10 at 7:30 p.m. at Grace Mullen auditorium on the S e n i o r high campus. He is appearing locally at the invitation of the Kingsbury PTA which invited him last fall when planning programs for the year, according to Mrs. Jack Forquer, president Dr. Rafferty will speak on "The Wonderful Year," according to Mrs. Robert Earp, PTA program chairman. There will also be a quesUon and answer session. His'Redlands appearance follows by less than a month a limilar local appearance by Tom Braden, president of the state board of education. Dr. Rafferty and Sir. Braden have had a running feud almost since the day Dr.Raffcrty took office in January, 1963. Jlr. Braden spoke at the University of Redlands as part of Writer's Week and his differ ences with Dr. Rafferty were vo cal, even then. This will not be Dr. Rafferty's first appearance in Redlands or in Grace Mullen auditorium. For he spoke at Mullen auditorium when he was on the campaign trail in 1962. And this will also be a return to "home country" for Dr. Rafferty. He was a teacher and vice principal at Trona from 1940-48, Dr. (MAX RAFFERTY was principal of Big Bear high school from 1948-51 and was superintendent of the Needles school district from 1955 to 1961. Immediately before campaigning for his present office, he was superintendent of schools in La Canada. Dr. Rafferty holds 6A and MA degrees from UCLA and a doctorate in educaUon from use. In community affairs. Dr. Rafferty served as secretary of the Lions club when he was in Big Bear and as president of the Rotary club in Needles. The Kingsbury PTA announce- ed that coffee will be served at the conclusion of Dr. Rafferty's address. People's Column •eailera or (kt FMb .» nTiM« M send their tko.ghta q.e>ti.RB of public IvMtuI tt ut i. Ik. People's C.limiL PItm k. kritr. The writer'9 trvo .ain^ and address most accompuiy caek letter pen names - ar. permiUetf at Ik. cdltor-B discteU... Commends Berlin Column Editor Facts: Hurray for the "Daily Facts! Monday's "Grain of Salt" on Berlin is one of the best columns we have ever read anywhere, anytime. Keep up the good work. Hay- be it is not yet too late to save freedom. LeIand B. Hawkins 1421 W. Cypress avenue "I guess Pop won't be able Jimmy! Mom's got him to drive us to the park, in spring training!" SWEETIE PEE By Nadine Seltzer United NaUons headquarters in New York City cover an area of approximately 18 acres. 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Enrollment ends midnight, March 31,1964 ' Please mail me the complete folder on Western 65. g ] 1 understand there is no obligation. I WESTERN 65 Dept. M I Box 65, Los Angeles, Calif. 90054 j (PLEASE PRINB I : Clty- I No. 6 -Zone. -State. Ken Dyal takes out nomination papers Ken W. Dyal, National Orange Show manager, took out nomination papers yesterday to become the first Democrat contender for the Congressional seat being vacated by Harry K Shcppard. Two Republicans had pre viously taken out papers for the 33rd Congressional District race. They are County Clerk V. Dennis Wardle and Jerry L. Pettis, former Loma Linda Univer sity official. The Congressional position is being eyed by another Democrat, San Bernardino Mayor Donald G. Mauldm. He has an nounced he will be a candidate, but has net taken out papers. Tear gas breaks up mobs S.UVnAGO, Chile (UPI) — Police used tear gas Wednesday (0 break up Communist and Socialist mobs supporting a largely unsuccessful "general strike" here. No cas ualties were reported. Tlie strike was generally un successful except in the field of public transportation, ah'eady snarled by a separate taxi walkout, but incidents of minor violence were reported throughout the day. Announcement startles brokers NEW YORK (UPI) — Prices were moving along smoothly on the New York Stock Exchange Wednesday when the cryptic message "its not too late to give blood" appeared on the ticker tape. It was a pubhc service announcement asking brokers to donate to a two-day blood bank drive in the financial commu nily. US to replace flooded lands WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Department of Interior said Tuesday it would purchase 15,000 acres of land and give it to Colorado, New Mexico and Utah to replace a like number of acres being flooded by Colorado River Storage projects. Officials said most of the land being flooded has been used as wintering grounds for mule deer. The transfer includes 5,600 acres to replace land taken for the Navajo unit in New Mexico and Colorado, and 6,700 acres taken for the Flammg Gorge unit in Utah. In addition, a proposal to ob- tarn 3,000 acres of private lands in Colorado to replace acreage to be flooded at Blue Mesa Dam in the Curecanti unit is under study. The transfer stipulates the land must be used for wildlife management 40 Redlands business leaders atU.S.CofC A group of 40 Redlands business leaders will attend the annual U. S. Chamber of Com merce Aircade to be held Monday at the Hollywood Palladium. The local Aircade delegation will include directors of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce and 20 representatives of government, education and industry invited by the Chamber. They will join more than 2,000 busmess leaders from 100 Southland communities to hear a team of specialists discuss the legislative background of matters pending before Congress. Edwin P. Neilan, president of the U.S. Chamber of Com-Tierce, will close the session with an address on "Men and Morality in Government." Arch N. Booth, Executive Vice President of the U. S. Chamber will act as moderator for the sessions, which will include items as the federal budget, area re-development, public works, mass transit, medicare, labor relations, unemployment, public housing, urban renewal and the Appalachian regional program. One of the special sessions will cover a discussion on the subject of "How to be effective in the process of seU government". Arrives by car STANFORD-LE-HOPE, Eng land (UPI) — Customers having a quiet drink in the Railway Tavern here Tuesday night jumped for their lives when the pub doors crashed open to admit Mrs. Joan Harvey — driving her car. "The car burst through the doors, knocking down and flattening the supporting pillars," said bartender Charles Bowdidge. "One customer was about to leave at the time but managed to jump clear." Titan i program nearing completion Under the direction of Col. Carl W. Longren, 1820 Cedar avenue, Redlands, an Air Force program to update "ntan I missiles at Lowry AFE, Denver, is nearing completion. The program is managed by missile logistics technicians of the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area, Norton AFB. The Titan update program is a one-time major weapons system improvement program. However, the Air Force will continue, as a result of future Titan I testing and use of the weapons system., to incorporate additional mmor changes to increase its effectiveness. Updating involves reliability, enpneering and safety modifications to the already operational weapon system. Maintenance and modification changes were identified during testing and through operational experience. Due to the number of tasks and manhours involved in the updating program. Air Force officials developed it into a onetime package to be accomplished by contract. Equipment modifications related to the missile have been contracted to the Martin Company of Denver. Facility or construction work is being handled under contract by Peter Kiewit and Sons of Omaha. Management and technical personnel performing the initial work on the two Titan I squadrons at Lowry will be split later mto two teams. They will update other Titan squadrons at Ellsworth Air Force Base (S. Dak.), Larson Air Force Base (Wash.), Beale Air Force Base, (Calif.), and Mountain Home Air Force Base in Idaho, where the final Titan I squadron \nU be completed m August 1964. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGIXES, March S VFl) — Ejgs: PricM to retailen f.o.b. to distributor plants (deUvered 1^ ecnts higher): AA extra large -Mii-WH, A extra large 43^4-46^3. AA Urge 371i-41"i. A large 3Sii-36>i. B large 31',-32? 3. A A medium 33V3-36*i. A medium 31'i-32'i. AA small ZHi- 30'2. A small 2SH:-26ii. Prices to consumers: AA large 3957. A large -IS-SS. AA medium 4S-S3. A medium 47-49. AA small 43-47, A small 40-43. Poultry: Fryers 15-19. roasters 2125. Ught t>'Pe hens 4-S wtd. avg. 4.60, hens cross S-eij wtd. avg. 5.82. turkeys: young tona over 28 lbs. 21. Iryer roasters 21. Vance named to design analysis in Aerospace William S. Vance of Redlands has been named associate department head, design analysis department at Aerospace's San Bernardino operations, it was announced today by Dr. Donald A. Dooley, vice president and general manager of the engineering division. Mr. Vance, who resides at 508 Franklin, has been, wth Aerospace since February, 1962, servuig initially in the El Segundo operations. He participated in the Titan ni program and was manager of the Aeromechanical Systems section of the Vehicle Systems office. Prior to that time, hw was affiliated with the Los Angeles division of North American Aviation for 12 years in various development, planning and su­ pervisorial capacities. He holds a BS degree in physics from Monmouth college and has since taken graduate work in math and physics at UCL.-V and use. A U.S. congressman-at-large is elected by the voters of the entire state. "Somehow he manajred to get snowed out of his h(5use and into ours!" Relv on ^ our I ^PHARNIACIST VERSATILITY Your druggist is always ready to serve you . . . whether in filling a prescription from your doctor or supplying you with toiletries, health or sickroom needs, and other items. WE DELIVER ALL PRESCRIPTIONS Doilir Houn: 9 o. m. ia 9 p. Sundoyi 10 a. m. Is 6 p. m. ^ r C heVELLE ! by CHEVROLET-a great highway performer Malibu Super Sport Convertible CheveUeSOO 6-Paissenger Staium Wagon Chevelle balanced performance is best! REDLANDS REXALL DRUGS NO. 1 E. STATE PHONE PY 2-7174 j W. C!y« S-li H. CrMi ixmf • COURTEOUS PRESCRIPTION SfRVICF Passing, cornering, tiireading through traffic, sudden stops—Chevelle excels all around! Chevrolet's new surprise package has what it takes to meet any drhring challenge: Six or V8 engines, hefty brakes, Full Coil suspension—and a trim size that makes the most of them! Chevelle means performance aplenty—standard 120-hp Six or 195-hp V8—and optional at extra cost, a 155-hp Six, a 220- hp V8, a new 327-cu.-in. V8! But Chevelle's performance means more. Chevelle's a foot shorter than the big cars. And the space Chevelle saves in size comes off the ends, not the middle. So it rides like you want a car to ride. THE GREAT HIGHWAY PERFORMERS Chevrolet-Chevele' ^ee Vim at your Chevrolet Shoicroom Chevelle lets you choose Power- glide*, 4-speed manual* or 3-speed manual transmission. Knowing how people like the custom touch, we wrote out a long list of extra-cost options. Knowing all this, what's keeping you. from a test drive? Certamly not your Chevrolet dealer! 'OjtimaltttxIratMl Chevy H * Comir* CoTvettt

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