Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 17, 1964 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 17, 1964
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Local Notes li Off All Grecirlts Food Center, 118 E. Redlaads Blvd. Fixtures and equipment for sale. x Aik Abwf FrM Haireuta — and other lervices at Phyllis Adair's CoUege of Cosmetology, l() Oraage St. Phone 793-2Z75. x SHCM Salt Unfif March 21 20% diseoont on ail china in stock. Serr's, 208 E. Stale St. x Imparial Custom Drapt* Choose from over 3000 fabric*. Can now for a free estimate at home. No ob&gation. 793-3279. Chrittimi Scianca Raadmt Raam in Masonie bcilding, 131 Cajon. oi>en to pablie Monday tbroagfa Friday from 10-S and Saturday from lO-I. X Traasura Tana* Panit,Park Fraa Shop at Larry's Paint House. Wmn Bldg., Cotton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x{ Na Scfiaal Baarcl Maafinsf An adjoomed meeting of the Redlands School Board scheduled for 11:45 a.m. tomorrow has been cancelled. It vras orig inally scheduled in order to act on bids for furnishings for the 10 new classrooms at Cope Junior hi^. Action on these bids will now be taken at the regular 7:30 p.m. Board meeting on March 24. Usad — Draxal Comer China. Hepplewbite 7 piece dining set Home Furniture, 51S Orange St Garafa Burglarized An electric saw and electric drill were stolen from a garage at 835 Robinhood lane sometime between Sunday eve ning and Monday morning, police said today. The theft wis reported by Mrs. Helen F. Reid who stated that various other items were tal^en from a car parked in the garage. Connell Funeral Requiem JIass for Jlrs. Frances S. Council was held Monday at 10:00 a.m. from Sacred Heart Church, Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor, officiated. Pallbearers were: George Pratt. Mick Connell, Bob ConncD, Mel Chamberlain, Si MiUcr and W W. Miller. Burial was at Hill side Memorial Park. Emmerson Hedlands Mortuary in charge Two new divisions in Community Chest Two new divisions will be established m the Community Chest fund campaign this fall m order to give credit to two rapidly growing segments of the area — Norton Air Force base and the space mdostries. The decision to make mdivid- oal campaign divisions of these two groups was made by the Chest board of directors yesterday, upon recommendation of the campaign committee. Until now, both these groops have been inehided in the catchall" division which has been labeled "out of town. But it was noted yesterday that more specific credit should be given to the "tremendous ftnid raising efforts" of Norton military and civilian personnel and to the space age industries wttch are rapidly becoming of great economic sigaifieance in this valley. In another campaign planning matter, the board accepted the resignation of Jack Buffington of Lockheed as chairman of the publicity committee and appointed Garth Graves, also ai Lockheed, to succeed him. It was reported that Mr. Buffington is leaving Lockheed and will be moving to another area. Chest board yesterday also concurred with the recommendation that the San Bernardino County Council of Community Services conduct a study of re sponsibiBty for services gener ally described as hi the Victoria school area north of Redlands boulevard to the wash and between Mt View and Tippecanoe phis the area westerly to Waterman. This study was recommended because this area is in the Loma Lmaa division of the Arrowhead United Fund and aD contributions have been going to San Bemardmo. But because the youngsters from most of this area attend junior and senior high school in Redlands, Redlands Chest agencies have been able to document many services to the dis trict As a result of this study, the Chest beard also authorized a contribution of $100 to the County Council of Comrounitj- Services. Redlands. almost alone among Chests and Um'ted Funds in the vaDey, does not provide funds to support the County Council wliich is a volunteer organization for social service planning of a regional nature. The subject was discuss^ by the Chest board in December but no action was taken. However, since then. Dr. H. Fred Heisner, immediate past presi dent of the Chest has agreed to serve with the County Coun cil as a Redlands representative. While there was some opposi tion to any fund contribution at this time. Chest President Le roy Hansberger pomted out that study of the Victoria area would dost the Redlands Chest "about 81,000 if we conducted it ourselves." In a final action, the Chest board again decided it could not accept any outside-city agencies as participants in the Redlands Community Chest campaign. There were 10 applicants for such participation last year, for a total of $3,042. All were denied on the basis that Redlands does not yet operate on "United Fund" prteciple. The reiteration of this stand was made yesterday since the first application for this com ing campaign came to the board yesterday. It was from the National Council on Alcoholism, Inc. Vitol Records BIRTHS TORRES — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. John Torres. 1118 Clay street, Redlands, March 12, 19M, at Loma Linda hospital. SMITH — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Doyle R. Smith, 34420 Fairvicw drive, Yucaipa, March 13, 1964 at Loma Linda hospital. Bank of America reveals first round of winners Harrawood Funeral Funeral services for Judge H 0. Harrawood were held Mon day at 11:30 a.m. from Emmer son's Redlands Chapel. Rev Frank M. Toolhaker, officiated Pallbearers were: Lewis Mc Kee, L. D. Harrclson, Max C. Taylor, Warren R. Elliott Paui B. Wilson and Van Unger. Bur iai was at Hillside Memorial Park Emmerson Redlands Jlorluary in charge. Weather RalnfaU Temp. 24 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. J9 Feb. 10 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 Feb. 27 Feb. 23 . 69 . 80 72 63 , 69 M 65 69 -. 65 Feb. 29 ti3 March March March March March March March March March 1 68 2 3 R5 4 _ 69 .•S 65 6 - _ 5,1 7 _ 33 8 62 9 - - 63 March 10 68 March II 70 March 12 51 March 13 B4 March 14 - 78 March IS 77 March 16 _ 7.1 March 17 _ S2 3.1 40 43 50 37 37 48 37 43 33 32 38 4.1 35 41 33 38 .17 4« 33 35 34 41 33 46 43 3S 41 54 57 Bourt Sea•on .47 a.»l .03 .01 Tr. .12 886 8.87 8.99 WIU.IAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. MItor. Published every evening texcerl Sundayl at Facts building. 7m Brook(Ida at Center. Redlanda, Calllornla Founded October 23. 1890, 74th ytmr. Entered as lecond dasi matter October 23. 1890. at the Poit Oftire at Redlands, California, tinder act of March 3. 1S78. SUBSCRIPTION RATE lln Advaneci Br Carrier OtUTCry nae Month 1 IJMI Ibree Moalkl *.t» SH Month! *.m Out Tear 16.40 MARRIAGE LCENSES ISSUED SURBER-HARRIGAN - Gregory J. Surber, 20, Yucaipa; and Cathy C. Harrigan, 18, Redlands. DEATHS TAYLOR — Died in Redlands, Calif.. March 15, 1964, Mrs. Agnes D. Taylor, 108 South Center, Redlands, aged 70 years, native of Chicago, 111., and resident of Redlands for l'/3 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, James E. Taylor, Redlands and the following children: Donald E. Taylor, Redlands; Mrs. Ethel Nm-afc. Chicago, 111., also 5 grandchildren. Funeral services wll be held Wednesday 2:00 p.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary Chapel. Rev. Jack H. .Mottweiler, pastor of the Free Methodist church, officiatin fnlcrmcnt in ICIlside Memorial Park. HORTON — Died in San Diego, Calif., March 15, 1964, Mrs Gladys D. Horton, 723 East State street Redlands, Calif., aged 67 years, native cf Okla. and resident of Redlands for 6 years. Deceased is sur\ived by her daughter: Mrs. Lucille Gibson, Redlands; son, Fred S. Horton, Lucerne Valley; grand daugh Icr; Mrs. James C. Richey. Moscow, Idaho, and the follow ing brother and sister: Bert Salyer, Mentone; Mrs. Pearl Fenno, Victorville. If desired contributions maybe made to the Heart Fund care of Lewis I. Pierce, Secur- FUteen Redlands Ifigli school students and 14 from Yucaipa high school have been declared winners in the first round of the Bank of America Achievement Awards program, it was revealed today. Ten of the Redlands students are listed as certificate award winners in specific fields while four were named engraved trophy winners in general fields. Yncaipa is the same except that no wijincr was picked in the general field o£ vocational arts. Redlands winners and the .specific field of study are Newton Ward Millers, mathematics, 633 Eureka street; Lynn Ruth Brown, laboratory science, Rt. 2 Box 429; Cecelia Ann Sawyer, music, 407 E. Colton avenue. Maria Del Socorro Arzaga, art, 407 Baldwin; Carol Sue Matthews, English, 606 Clover street; Margaret Haley Soper, social science, llfl Hillside way. Victoria Combs, foreign languages, 1324 Stillman, Apt. 4; Elizabeth Moor, business, 2775 Mill creek road, Mentone; Bonita Louise VanderWoude, home economics, 926 College avenue. Kenneth L. McKibban, agriculture, 29744 Santa Ana canyon road. East Highlands; Michael N. Baker, trades and industrial arts, 1314 Monterey. The engraved trophy winners in general fieWs are John J. Crowley, science and math, 1429 Mira Monte; Rufino Noel Diaz, fine arts, 10017 Fcrrce street San Bernardino; Larry R. Cross. liberal arts. 1545 Stillraan, and Virgmia Marilyn Budd, vocational arts, 1409 Pacific. Winners from Yucaipa high school are Louise Dykstra, math 12796 14th street; Karen Lar sen. laboratory science, 34409 Ave. E; Ronald Cowan, music, 993 S. 2nd street, Calimesa, Beverly Wyatt art, 35023 Ave C. Ken Brown, English, 32312 Dunlap boulevard; Connie Wehi land, social science, 32035 Ave D; Cheryl Reykdal, foreign lang uages. 34983 Ave. E. Linda Pawlowski, busmess. 12229 6th street; Jane Cremer, home economics, 10777 Fremont. Mike Nelson, agriculture, 12959 Sth street, and Leon Southard, trades and industrial arts, 34935 Dewey. The Yucaipa engraved trophy winners are Bill Herkelrath, science and math, 1000 South Homes; Nancy Haas, fine arts, 33711 Washragton, and Steve Woth, liberal arts, 12199 Bryant, The various awards are presented each year based on outstanding scholarship, leadershiPi and promise of future success and service to society. Almost 3.000 students will re ceive certificates and more than 1.000 will get engraved trophies. The 372 cash award winners will fake home checks for from $25 to Sl.OOO. Top winners will go to zone competitions in April with first place winners contmuing in the May finals. Finalsts will receive at least $150 and may win one of the Sl.OOO awards. kedlantU Daily faefa Tiei, Mirch 17,19M - 5 PARDON MEl — There was extensive damage to wall and the interior of a restroom ot Jimmy's Service Station, West fiediands boulevard end Alabama street, about 8:15 p.m. yesferdoy when a big sedan driven by Albert J. Sweet, 55, of Cotton, smoshed into the building's north woll after trovel- in 140 feet "cross country." Water from a broken fixture poured out of the restroom. Sweet suffered a forehead injury but refused medical attention, police reported. Damage to the service station was set ot oboot $1,000. (Daily Facts photos by C. J. Kenison) Redlands hobbyists win prizes at Orange Show First place winners in Hobby Show which is being held m conjunction with the National Orange Show now in progress Uy FirstlN'aUonarBa'ii''orRed.|[!=^''' announced by Wil lands. — Funeral services will be held One Month One Tear ... Br MaU .1 1.5» Bhthdtiy MARCH 18- MarWn Larson Kevin Kennan St«nl «r Bell William Hoyt Velney Kineaid Charles B. Rebinton Paul Oeebs Herbert Hill Glen Dudley James Bennett Jee Pennington II Hubert Herrin Dr. E. R. Meulten Jeck Alston Mike Banks Hippy Birthday from 11 E. Stete Ph. PY 3 -2505 Thursday 2:00 p.m. at the Em merson Redlands Mortuary chapel. Rev. Luther G. Hardy man. pastor of the State Street Christian church, officiating. In termcnt in Hillside Memorial Park. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks paraded into new high ground today after breaking out of a mixed pattern over the noon hour. Rails recovered some of Jton- day's losses. Norfolk & Western and Nickel Plate posted point sized gains and a number of other issues scored lesser advances. IBJI tended easier through most of the session then firmed toward the close. Minneapolis Honeywell recovered from an early loss, then held steady but Control Data eased around 1. Steels and motors were mixed and showed little inclination to move in either direction. Dow Jtnes Stock Avertges High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 821.S0 812.58 818.16 up 1.6S 20 rrs 192.36 189.70 191.39 up 0.S7 15 uU 139.95 138.72 139.39 off 0.08 65 Stk 285.25 282.00 283.97 up 0.62 Sales today were about 5.43 million shares compared with 5.14 million shares Monday. 15 Most ActlT* Sloeki (Dow-Joaei Serrice, Conrtciy Lestrr. BroBS * Co.) tn E. Slate Volume Clote Clinr. •9.4IH Weithsr. rite S6?i -rl'i Leh. Val. Ind 1 j- i. Continental Air. IJ'i Chryilrr _ 46-« Great West. Fin ln'i Cen. Tire _ _ HH Ford 3:i, Clirlo Cralt ... l«i.i RCA _ »7 >3 «9.50« 69.nod C4.3M S4J.M - »i -H 'l - «• San Dlefo lBp_ ItH nth. Korretto . 31 »i —S 46.700 Pan Am. . , "OU 42'i 4J.IM AInm. Ltd. MU _ >i tt .-.O* Certahl-Teed 4«.<M Lockheed . liam Howard, chairman. Redlands area winners are as follows: Dolls — Irene Binko, 33047 Yucaipa boulevard, Yucaipa. Art — Isbumc Ash, 610 Eureka street, Redlands; Jennie Alii- the,Harms, Sr.. 10627 Douglas, Yu caipa; Elaine Hayton, 210 Bel mont Ct, Redlands; Irvin Crone, 1015 Washington, Redlands. Coins — Irvin Crone, 1015 Washmgton, Redlands, trophy. Model Cars — Arnold Bender, 222 E. Pioneer, Redlands. First place winners in the Juniors and Schools divisicm of the Hobby Show are: .Margaret Magness. 1412 Kinson. 950 Chestnut. Redlands-i"^^''' street Redlands; Robert « ... . r -n*..:..!. en xr __*L T> . Susanne Wood, 406 Hastings, Redlands. Needlecraft — Mrs. Joseph! Heidcr Jr., 32776 Avenue E, Yucaipa. CoUecUons—Susan Sutler. 1320 W. Highland. Redlands; Clifford Poulfry and Eggs tOS ANGELES. March 17 (UPI> — Eftss: Prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants idellvered I'i cents hiihen: AA extra larjo 46'i -50'3. A extra targe 4S '.i-48 'a. AA large 39 'j-43'j. A larKC 37 <2 -3a 'i. B large J3'i-34'i. AA medium a4V ,-37>,. A medium 324-33>:. AA smaU 20 !a- 33 '3. A small 27'j-23'i. Prices to consumers: AA large 4857. A urge 48-S2. AA medhim 45 -52, A medium 47-49. AA smaU 43-47. A sman 40-43. Poultry: Fryers 17-19. roasters 2125. light tj-pe hens 4 -5'j wtd. avg. 4.86. hens cross 5-6 >i wtd. avg. 5.65: turkeys: Frjer roasters 21. Fetrick. 60 North Buena Vista street Redlands; and Susie Jacinto, 1023 Crafton avenue. Mentone. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 17 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sit 72s 88s 113s First grade... .6.89 6.43 5.55 4.54 138t 163s IBOs First grade 4.12 4.00 4.03 Trend: Steady. NEW YORK (UPI)-Cilrus report: California Navels: 6 cars, half bo.\es $5.04. Mrs. Nelson of Redlands in Orange Cake contest A Redlands woman is one of six finalists in the NaUonal Orange Show's orange cake baking contest, it was announced today. Chj-rrel Nelson, 1122 West Palm avenue, was chosen from among more than 50 contestants who submitted cakes yesterday. She v^ill compete for the title of champion orange cake baker at the final bake- off to be held at 1 p.m. Thursday in Swing Auditorium on the Orange Show grounds. Mrs. Hazelle Sabatella, 460 Sandiewood drive, Calimesa, is also one of the six finalists. . I A grand prize of $100 and a j7Ji I. trophy will be awarded the vrin- ner. Portable electric mixers will be awarded the five run- nersnp. Other cake finalists are: Jeanette Renck, 1015 S. Hickory, Santa Ana; Jlrs. Walter Smith, 2U44 Kendall drive, Saa Bernardino; Mrs. Nancy Denton, 2725 Erwis avenue, San Bernardino, and Sirs. Neakm O. Young, 2932 Muscupiabe drive, San Bernardino. The contest for the champion orange cake baker and a champion lemon pie baker, to be named Friday, March 20, is being sponsored by the Sooth- em California Edison Co., Sunkist Growers Inc., and the National Orange Show. People's Column Reader* of tfao Facts ara lavitod I* send their Ihonghls on qatstlons or pabljc interest for aae la tfeo People's Cehimn. Please b* krier. The writer's trne name and address mast accempa^r eaeh lotier ihovfh pen names are penaltud ai the editor's discretion. Doggone Thit Jack Beaver) Editor Facts: My neighbor and I had to clean up an unbelievable mess from our front yards this morning. A local dog last night tipped over our trash cans (not for the first time) and the wind scattered it in every direcUon. I'm afraid we didn't have much appetite for breakfast. The result of contacting the City Hall and Humane Department is to learn that their leash law has no teeth in it since Mr. Beaver won his test case. Our only recourse an indivklual the dog's owner, to do that We like our neighbors. In listenmg to, and reading, the opinions of the dog owners, it appears they have endowed these animals with the feelings and emotions of human beings. Now, really, isn't this carrying things too far? We've been in other cities where leash laws are strictly enforced, and none of the dogs looked psychopathic. The favorite argument against the leash law seems to be that the animals need exercise. If this is true, what about all the horses? They, bemg larger, would apparently need more exercise, but I have yetj to hear any horse owners com plaining about keeping their horses in corrals. I feel like a very small voice in the night, since those against the leash law have been so outspoken, but I'm sure there must lie others who enjoyed the benefits of strict enforcement of the leash law and share my wish for its return. Mrs. Florence Mosso, 23 Sbcrril Lane. CRUAAPLED SIGN — Redlands Police officer Louis Moreno paces off the distance hweled by the white sedan (background) before it smashed into the north wall of Jimm/s Servic* Station. The cor veered east off Alabama street in front of the new longe and Runkel automobile agency, demolishing the firm's service entrance sign (foreground) and bouncing over the Southern Pacific railrood frocks into the reor of the service station. The dash line indi- cotes the ear's path. Need for understanding "Shot In The Dark" A Bullseye Httlll Editor Facts: Friday evening, after a long and tiring week, I felt rather ho hum" and not much inclined to sit through a Foot- lighters production that had received the same type review. But we have season tickets and so decided to make the grand effort to attend, I am, so very pleased that we did. Last year my husband and I saw the same show, presented by a national touring company and sponsored by the San Bernardino Theater League — and feel that the Footlighers production matched the professional one in every aspect We found Ann Rice to be a delighlful French tart, and her debut with the group a most auspicious one. Her mannerisms struck us as just right, and her poise and stamina during a long and difficult performance admirable. Don Blair and Vernon Hebard performed their roles as examining magistrate and law clerk most convincingly and ympathetically, as did all the rest of the cast Jodi Lugo did fine job of direction, one made all the more difficult by the plays lack of action and almost complete concentration on dialogue. The capacity audience v? a s most responsive and alert fill hig the theater with the pleasant sounds of chuckles and laughter. can understand that lUs type play might not appeal to all theater goers — it is a breezy, light hearted, typical French bedroom farce — not intended as a memorable evening of Theater. But within Young proposes city, county leaders meet SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Criticism by city officials of the way the county runs its business, particularly with reference to cutting off the cities county pact on sales fa.\es, is beginning to get under the skin of members of the County Board of Supervisors. Supervisor Paul Young said Monday that much of what has been said is due to "some misunderstanding and some ignorance." Young proposed that the Board direct its administrative officer, Robert Covington, to set up regular meetings with city managers and city administrators to present information on county operations and plans. "I think this is a good way for better understanding between cities and coimties,' Young said. "And I don't think meeting once a month wouki tie loo much." Covington declared similar the limits of the script the cast and production crew did a fine job of producing an evening of pleasant entertainment, a not small feat in these days of crisis and turmoiL Mrs. Eugene Miller, 1750 Pepper Way. Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. MATTIE CARPER Services 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, WILUAM TERRY GIBSON Services 11:00 a.m. Wednesday, at the F. Arthur Crart- ner Chapel. f.UTHUR CORTNER meetings had been held in the past, but the practice had been abandoned. But he said he wotrid try to revive the idea. The county has been getting a percentage of the sales tax revenues collected in incorporated areas, onder an agreemnt made when the State Legislature in 1956 made it possible forj a 1-cent addition to the sales tax to be levied for cities and counties. Some observers believe that the concentration of cities* fire on this agreement is only the first part in a campaign of the cities to demand more services from county government There is resentment that part of the tax revenues received by the county from city residents is expended for services CHURCH 6K0UP TO HAVE RUMMAGE SALE Under sponsorship of members of the F'idelis Society of the Highland Avenue Christian Reformed church, a rummage sale win be conducted Thursday and Friday at 23 Cajoo street from 9 a.m. to 4:30 both days. not available to the same city residents. City residents, for example, pay for a share of the sheriff's office, but also support their own police force. They pay for operation of refuse disposal operations in the county and. in many cases, also in their cities. In tefling Covington to set up meetings. Supervisors did not indicate how soon he should start the new project. 221B800RSIM«<L*PrMIU >lnnouncement of Services TAYLOR, Mrs. Agnes D. 2:00 p.m. Wednesday Redlands Chapel HORTON. Mrs. Gladys D. 2:00 p.m. Thursday Redlands (Hiapel BRYANT, Mrs. Alma S. 2:00 p.m. Friday Faith Lutheran cniurch DAVIS, Sterling Services Pending Redlands Chapel THOMAS, Mrs. Gertmde Ana Services Penduig Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 UOOKSiU AVC 7ra-244t MOREnrM TOD REEB? Few people have too much insurance, but many are spending their insurance dollars for coverages they don't need. Careful planning of your protection is an important part of our P.S.^—Personal Service. Sawyer,Cook&Co. REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Insurance i Sarefj Bonis 12 W. State Phone 793-2814 Kmpnmntingi . *INACASUAtTr AND SUUTT COMTANT

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