Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 14, 1964 · Page 4
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4 -SBturday. Man 14,19M Recffqncfs Daily Facts AWARD WINNERS — These, fhtee woodshop students at Cope Junior High, shown with their instructor, Ted Schmidtmann (right), all won awards qt the Nationol Orange Show for their projects. Steve Jones, center, holds his laminated nut dish which won a first pri?e and will now be sent to Sacramento for exhibition at the California State Fair in the public schools division. Stanley Mathes, left, won second place for his mahogany well shelf and Steve Ball, second from right, entered a carved leaf bowl which fopk second in the same category which Steve Jones won. (Facts photo) Cope student wins first in (Drange show contest A hand-carved laminated nut dish entered in tlie public schools competition at the Na tional Orange sliow \>y Cope .student Stcv3 Jones captured a first place blue ribbon and the right to be entered in the State Fair at Sacramento, it was reported today. Steve, wlio is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones, 333 A s h street, developed his dish out of maple and walnut woods as a woodshop project at Cope junior hiph. Two other Cope students also won awards for their woodshop projects at the Orange Show. Steve Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ball, 1529 Margarita, entered a carved leaf bowl which took second in the same category which Steve Jones won. And a mahogany wall shell entered by Stanley Mathes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mathes, 406 W. Cypress, won a sec ond place award in bis classifi cation. All arc students of Ted Schmidtmann. woodshop in structor at Cope. County planners give more time to trailer park SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Plans for expansion of Yu caipa's Valley Breeze Mobile Homes Park were held up Thursday by the County Planning Commission to give the owners time to change their design, to meet county requiret ments. But the commissioners did hear protests against the expansion from Mr. and Mrs. I. Crowtjer and from Mrs. E. McKeman. The applicants were Arthur and Marie Emerson. Their trailer park is located on the west side of California street, north of County Line road, on • property zoned for light industrial use. The park now has 46 spaces, and the applicants asked tlie planning commission to approve their property as a suitable location for 36 more spaces. Problems exist that require lime to solve, commissioners were told, and a delay April 16 was requested. But Crowdcr ai ^ked for a chance to be heard. He said: •They want to put their trailer park right against our back yard." He asked the commission to order a masonry wall installed. His property, he said, is zoned for duplexes, compared with the light industry use for which the adjacent property is zoned. Mrs. Crowdcr said; "Our main concern is overnight campers and garbage pails by our patio," and Mrs. McKeman declared that trailer residents complain alwut noise from a nearby school. She added that her husband is a school teacher. The commisfion then continued it.s hearing to April 16. In another action affecting the Yucaipa area, the planning commission granted a zoning variance to R. A. Schaefcr and K. Kucb to allow (hem to establish a wholesale electrical business on the south side of Highway 26, west of Alta Vista drive. The property is zoned for intense commercial use. There were no protests to tlie variance from other property owners in the area. Tickets on sale for Young GOP dinner Rcdlands Young Republican Program Chairman, Dr. E. T. Dombrowski wishes to urge all Redlanders to attend Wednesday night's diimer for Leland Kaiser, candidate for ynited Slate; Senate. The dinner is to be held at the American Legion Post 106, 820 West SUte street, at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. John H. Sheehan, Mrs. Franklin C. Roberts and Mrs. Richard L. Moorehouse are in charge of decorations. Mrs. John F. Miley is in charge of arrangements. Tickets may be obtained from the ticket chairman Mrs. Dombrowski, 792-5191 or Mrs. J. Richard Allard, 792-4108. • u )Coio .s >'M <«rr .9Mi ]i Frl, M«n, Toti., 1 F.M. Sat. EBd Sun. Cant, from 2 P.M. ABOLOKWIOOKINSUSPENSEI M-G-Mi k PANAVISI0N *»lMnBDCDLOR Alia —>«btcl MitdiBia "MAN IN THE MIDDLE" Reserve Medical Unit to meet at Norton NORTON AFB. - The first gathering of a nationwide Re serve Medical Unit network will be held here Saturday, Mr. 21 NAFB Comniander Col. Wood ward B. Carpenter will greet the approximately 50 medical people who will be partici' pating in thq program. The first meeting will be held here to brief the medical group on the operations at Norton. The reserve imit will be directly trained in the base hospital at Norton, along with the assigned personnel, so that in case of an emergency or need, they will be able to function as a complete unit. The training period will be held on the third weekend of each month, the first of which will be Mar. 21, according to Lt. Col. C. W. Fredrickscn, 2-95th USAF Hospital administrator. Norton is one of 44 installations to activate the first group of reserve medical service units now being established throughout the nation as part of the new Reserve Medical Program. The progratp calls for eventual activation of 148 units over Newport prepares for Easter Week youth influx Mayor Charies E. Hart of the City of Newport Beach announced today that the City has just about completed its preparations for the annual influx of Easter Week visitors. Each year students from all over Southern California trek to Newport Beach "during "Bal Week" causing extreme traffic congestion and other problems with which City forces must contend. Mayor Hart stated that many problems arc created by students who violate laws that they either are not aware of or Uiat they feel do not apply to then) when they are on vacation. Two of the greatest problems encountered in Newport are -r violation of the curfew ordin ance and lack of adequate parental control. The Police De partment's policy in these cases is to call the student's parents, regardless of the time of day or night, and have them come to the Police Station to pick up their children. Over 1,000 cases were handled in this fashion last year during Easter Week. City officials strongly suggest that all parents make very sure that their children are properly chaperoned before they send them off on their holiday. Mayor Hart stated that. "We are proud of Newport Beach and aie happy to share this beauty and opportunity for rec rcation with our Easter visitors. We ask only that their conduct remain in good taste so that We may continue to enjoy both our City and their visitation." Orange Show program for weekend Following is Sunday's and Monday's schedule of events at the National Orange Show now underway iii San Bernardino: Sunday 10 a .m. — Gates open, Floriculture judging. 11 a.m. — Bozo the. Clown.. Land of Little People. 1:30 p.m. — Armed Forces and Anza Grotto Parade, Syca more Lane. 2 p.m. — Ostrich races, north of 4-H Building. 2:30 p.m. ^ Professioiial en tertainment featuring stars of Petticoat Junction," Swing Auditorium. 4:30 p.m. — Bozo the Clown, Land of Little People. 7:30 p.m. — Professional entertainment featuring stars of "Petticoat Jimctioo;" Day Honoring: Anza Grotto, American Legion, Armed Forces, Veterans, D.A.V., Latjq Americans, Legion of Honor, Postal Epipjoyes. Monday 10 a.m. rr. Gates open. 11 -rr. Bozo the Clown, Land of Little People. 1 p.nj. — IStli Air Force Band, Cjtrus Exhibits building. 2 p.m. Ostrich races, north of 4-H building. 7:30 p.m. — Professional entertainment featuring "The Osmund Brothers" of the Andy Williams television show. Swing Auditorium. . Day Honoring — Eagles, Real Estate Board, Goodwill Industries, Mentone, Salvation Army, Odd Fellows, Norton AFB, March AFB. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap. plianees will find a ready market through Classified Ads. COMMISSIONED — WiUiam J. Marshall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie E. MarshaU, 1663 Via Vista, has been commissioned a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force upon graduation from Officer Training School at Lackland Air Force Base, Texas. lieutenant Marshall was elected for the training course through competitive examinations with other college graduates. He received his B.A. degree in economics from the University of California at Berkeley. Reuther says Hoffa has complex EAST LANSING, Mich. (UPD —United Auto Workers President Walter P. Reuther said Friday night that Teamsters President James Hotfa has a "persecution complex" about U.S. Atty. Gen. Robert F. Ken. nedy. Reuther, here for an address to the winter graduation ceremonies at Michigan State University, made his remarks about Hoffa at a news conference later. "I don't believe that Robert Kennedy is trying to crucify Church asks use of new city parking lot The possibility of giving the First Church of Christ, Scientist, exclusive twicS'Weekly use of the new city parking lot be^ ing created by demolition of the former Lange and Runkel building will be explored next week. Representatives of the church asked permission of the Parking Commission to lease the property for use on Wednesday evenings ^nd on Sundays. The property, which is ad jacent to the church on the north, was purchased by the city and the parkine district but will hje leased to the Down- towii Redlands association, as are the other downtown lots. Because of this factor, the commission scheduled a meet ing of the church, DBA representatives and J. Edward Harp, parking commissioner, on March 17 at 8 p.m. to de termine leasipg possibilities. The Parking commission this week also offered to rent the former police building on Fifth street to the Redlands school district for $175 per month for a one-year maximum. The school district had expressed possible interest in using the building for temporary supply storage. First moving picture studio in the world was built by Thomas Edison at West Orange, N.J. the American labor movement," Reuther said. Hoffa was sentenced to eight years in prison and given a fine of SIO.OOO on a charge of jury tampering. He has an nounced he will appeal bis con viction. Pro/ecf Streamline to be launched at Norton NORTON AFB. - Project Streamline will be launched here Monday by agencies of the Saq Bernardino Air Materiel Area, the largest grouping of activities at the base. Maj. Gen. Clyde H. MitcheU, SBAMA commander, is setting Project Streamline in motion to purge excess and im^eces sary documents, paper, furnish ings and office supplies within the Air Materiel Area with an affect of creating a more effi cient operation. According to a letter issued by General MitcheU, the pro ject will have no effect in re gard to standard office operating or normal logistics procedures. The idea for Project Stream line was started whes the Air Materiel Area's Proctirement and Production Directorate developed a program to rid the agency of excess papers from Dec. 1 through late January. During that period the Air Materiel Area ageqcy disposed of 267 cubic feet of excess, enough paper to run from San Bernardino to Needles if each piece of paper was laid end to end. A cost avoidance in this effort amounted to more than $16,000. That directorate went one step further. Procurement and Production workers also re placed broken furniture and rid the directorate of upneeded furniture, plus generally rehabilitating their working area. Project Streamline will magnify the Procurement and Pro duction Directorate's idea, gearing the whole Air Materiel Area toward a complete purge of excess and imnecessary items used in office management. Set for an approximate two months. Air Materiel Area di­ rectorates and staff agencies will have monitors to control the program. Monitors wiU oversee the program's main ob- [jective of getting more Air Force per dollar through the cost avoidance approach built into Project Streamline. The general's letter concerning Project Streamline urged all Air Materiel Area workers to take an active part, pointing out that his command section had already been streamlined. The idea that Project Streamline means a real purge of unnecessary excess was restated in the closing of General Mitchell's letter, which concluded vrith, "When you have finished with this letter — don't save it, throw it away." WHAT'S IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS BlU? (>} REGISTRATION DircchCtRsus Biireaii tp coq- plle pccumta stafistics en the aeiiial of the right to vet* in oreof designated by the Civil Rights Ceaimiisian. Groucho Marx honored BEVERLY raLLS. Calif. (UPD—Groucho Marx., whose show business career began when he answered a want ad offering a S4 a week job, was honored Friday by the Association of Newspaper Classified Advertising Managers (ANCAM). The comedian received the ANCAM Distinguished Citizens Award, presented annually since 1957 to persons whose careers began with a want ad. THE ALMANAC Today is Saturday, JIarch 14. the 74th day of 1964 with 292 to follow. The moon is approaching its first quarter. The evening stars are Venus and Jupiter. Those bom today include world famous physicist Albert Einstein in 1879. On this day in history: In 1794, Eli ^Vhitney received a patent on the cotton gin. In 1923, President Harding became the first Chief Executive to file an income tax. In 1933, Congress approved a LARGE FAMILIES WITH LIMITED BUDGETS n WANTED FOR STEALING TODAY'S BEST BUY IN HOMES, n LAST SEEN "CASING" A 3 OR 4 BEDROOM HOME LIKE THAT PICTURED HERE .n WITNESSES TESTIFY TO OBVIOUS PLEASURE OF SUSPECTS WHENEVER SIGHTED IN AREA MARKED ON MAP BELOW, n ALL RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS ARE URGED TO VIEW THE EXHIBITS IN EVIDENCE AT THE FURNISHED MODELS IN VIRGINIA CITY VILLAGE. an iS-month period, located atj measure authorizing the sale of 121 Air Force bases. Religious coffee house ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI)Churchmen are considering opening a religious coffee house at Gaslight Square, St Louis' thri\ing night life center. "Spiritual guidance and con- sulution across cups of espresso coffee in smoke filled rooms is reUgion as much as churcn services," Episcopal Archdeacon Charles F. Rehkopf, chairman of the Metropolitan Church Federation, said Friday. PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Show Starts 6:30 P. M. - All Drive-lni James Mason - Lilli Palmer "TORPEDO BAY" "Commando" BASELINE DRIVE-IN TRI-CITY DRIVE-IN Jack Lemmon "UNDER THE YUM YUM TREE" Plus "Thrill cf It All" 3.2 beer. In 1947, military and naval bases in the Philippine Islands were leased to the U.S. for 99 years. The lease later was re duced to 25 years. A thought for the day—Albert Einstein once said: "As long as there are sovereign nations possessing great power war is inevitable." YUCAIPA C.D.A. COURT TO MEET Catholic Daughters of Ameri ca. Court Holy Spirit, will have a business meeting "Tuesday at 8 p.m. in the social hall of St. Frances X. Cabrini church in Yucaipa. Hostesses for the social hour will be Mrs. Edward Devine and Mrs. Frances Curtin. DOUBLE ENTRY DOOR J> SLATE ENTRY iZ LOG LfGHTERS T< BUILT IN BARBECUE ELECTRIC CAN OPENER AUTOMATIC DISH WASHER Xir 100% CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON CARPETING (CHOICE OF COLORS) PANTRIES CERAMIC TILE COUNTER TOPS NU-TONE FOOD CENTER BUILT IN RANQE AND OVEN FORCED AIR HEATING LAUNDRY AREA DINING ROOM UP TO 2400 SQUARE FEET OF LIVING AREA $23,500 lo «27,500 -'^ %V\.:,:^ DOWN PAYMENT AS LOW AS $1200 Vmm CITY VILLAGE HAVE YOU SEEN? CYPRESS TERRACE Apartment Homes One Bedroom with Patio from $125.00 31S E. CYPRESS AVE. Call 7W.5376 . FURNISHED MODELS SHOWN FROM 10 TO DUSK DIAL 797-9153

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