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4 - Friday, Mar. 20,19M Redfands Daily Facts NEW SCOUT PROGRAM — These four Redlanders are part of the founding group of a new "Legal" Explorer Scout post. Shown (I to r) are Steve Hauser, charter member; James A. Smith, Rediands attorney who will be the advisor; Bruce Hinckley, charter member and (seated) Superior Judge Joseph T. Ciono, member of the organizing committee. (Photo by James Sloon) TELEVISION IN REVIEW HOLLYWOOD (UPI) — The most notable single item on CBS - TV's official nighttime schedule for the fall season is the title of a new one-hour series about a reporter. It is called "Yours Truly. Danny Taylor." Stop the presses! Hie schedule was released this week, in broad daylight, and as a forerunner of the general level of enrichment we also can expect from ABC-TV and NBC-TV entertainment in the year ahead. The news is that there is no news. CBS-TV has had great success with situation comedies, and the result is therefore as inevitable as a travel magazine article assuring you that you can take the kids with you to Europe this summer and still have a good time. No less than eight new situation comedies are on tap. Gone win be: Judy Garland, Phil Silvers. "East Side-West Side," "Bonte 66." "The Great Adventure," "TwiUght Zone," • Ul C«iM SM • ft. 3-ii3\ Ti>d»r Sho\^St»rt» 7 PJI. Sftt. »&d Sun, Coni. from X P.M. ACTION'! ACTIO.VT lit TIME SHOWK iNeCMiUCoiiqaeriloyMacWitbA |Snri.ilirWoinuWiiliAWordl TkCHNICOUHt* rANNTODD_^ Aho —BIc Wnteni U C»Ur "LAW OP THE I.AWIESS* Fifteen boys in new Legal Explorer post CITRUS OUTLOOK By W. A. Brunton The demand for Navel oranges was unbelievably good this week and shippers had their opeations in overdrive trying to keep up with the orders that continued to pour in. Practically all sizes and grades are participating in the bonanza, but 103 size was being sought after like it was going to be discon tinned. Apparently every chain in the country decided to feature U3s for Easter and demand far excewied supply. This is the heavy buying week for Easter business and demand may taper off somewhat in the immediate future but with Navels being the finest eating qua] ity in years it is generally believed there will be a strong demand for them throughout the balance of the season. Packinghouses in all districts of Southern California are be ing faced with the problem of getting wind-damaged fruit out of their packs. Should any appreciable percentage of this fruit get by it could cause trouble on arrival and result in some factors discontinuing Navels and switching to Florida or Arizona Valencias. For this rea son every precaution is being exerted and bruised or scarred finit is being diverted to the byproducts plants. Prices on large sizes advanced at shipping point this week, but still did not reflect the prices being paid in the auc tions. In fact, practically a 11 sizes were bringing more at auc tion than in the private sale markets due to the light volume being offered in the eight terminal markets. Many of t h e large buyers who were unable Morlan to speak on Legislature Fifteen high school boys from Redlands and Yucaipa have organized the first "Legal" Explorer Scout post in the Grayback council, it was announced today. James A. Smith, Redlands attorney, will be advisor for the group and meet with them ev ery two weeks. Sponsorship of the post has been assumed by the Redlands Noon Kiwanis club. Programs for the Post members will include field trips to the superior court, law offices, the UCLA law school, penal institutions and talks by various attorneys on their specialized subjects. The next meeting of the Post will be on Tuesday, March 24, in Judge Ben Alexander's Redlands courtroom in the county building on Brookside avenue. Boys who have signed up as charter members are Steve Hauser, Bruce Hinckley, Randy Starbuck, Robert Holman, David Emerich, Bob WilUams, Al Jones, Dave Arendt, Dave' Wheeler. Larry Lewis. Peter Crabtrec. Larry Fowler, Charles Burgess, Tom Herman and Lowell Ponte. Adults serving on the organizing committee are Robert K. Burley, institutional representative; L. D. Harrelson, commit tee chairman; and committee members Gam R. Haycock, Su perior Judge Joseph T. Ciano, Judge Alexander and Russell Goodwin. Gary Moore, Danny Thomas (quitting bis weekly series), Jack Beany (moved to NBC) and Alfred Hitchcock (ditto). The direction at CBS is back toward more half-hour shows, with fewer full-hour programs and, .as usual, no 90-minute series in prime time. New comedies, all a half-hour in length, include: "Uving Don." with Julie Newmark as a robot left with a bachelor; "BiU and Martha," with William Bendix and Martha Raye as a butler and maid who inherit a palatial home; "Many Happy Returns," about a man who lives with lus married daughter; "Cara Williams Show," about a working couple; "The Munsters," about a family that looks li^e famous movie monsters but doesn't know it; "The Baileys of Balboa," with Paul Ford as an individualist who locks horns with his yachtmg neighbors; "Gomer Pyle." about a Marine eilistee; and "Gilligan's Island," about a group of shipwrecked passengers who estab- Ush residence on an island. New hour shows are: "Slattery's People," about a state le^slator; "The Entertainers," a weekly revue frequently featuring Carol Burnett and Bob Newhart; "Jlr. Broadway," CYPRESS TERRACE Apartment Homes from $m .W 325 E. CYPRESS AVE. Call 7n -S37« about a press agent; and "Yours Truly, Danny Taylor," about you know what There is also a weekly half-hour documentary about World War I. Sunday: "My Favorite Martian," Ed Sullivan, "Living DoU." "BiU and Martlia." "Candid Camera." "What's My Line?" Monday: "To Tell the Truth," "I've Got a Secret," Andy Griffith, Lucille Ball, "Many Happy Returns." "SlaUery's People." Tuesday: "World War I," Red Skelton, "Petticoat Junction," "The Nurses." Wednesday: "CBS Reports," "The Beveriy milbillies." Dick Van Dyke, "Cara Williams Show," Danny Kaye. Thursday: "The Monsters," "Perry Mason," "Password," "The Baileys of Balboa," "The Defenders." Friday: "Rawhide," "The Entertainers," "Gomer Pyle," "Yours Truly, Danny Taylor." Saturday: Jackie Gleason, "Gilligan's Island," "Mr. "Broadway," "Gunsmoke." PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Show Start* «:30 P. M. - All Driv«-In$ TRI-GITY ORIVE-IN Pox California Thoatro 562 W. 4fh St., San Bdno. Cont. 2 P.M. - TU 92678 Tony Randall Borl Ives "BRASS BOTTLE" Both Color Co-Hit! "Kiss of the Vampire" BASELINE DRIVE-IN NEW RITZ THEATRE 423 "E" St. - San Bdno. Cont. Neon — TU 85317 Don KnofH Carol* Cooic "THE INCREDIBLE MR. LIMPERT" Co-HitI "AI«M Ataintt Rem*" (Both In Color) mHasa Bmdoy MARCH 21 Ray Edward* Stan Smeding Jack Mothorsel* Ray Biltor Joe Bracken Rccd Carlstrom William J. CoK James R. Crawford ' G*crg* D« Vrias Ramond B«es* K. W. Stubbfield Bud Stark William Mulligan Letand Arth Leon R. Clark Bryan Bailey Gre9 Samovia Happy Birthday from H E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 Dr. Robert L. Morlan will discuss what is happening in this term of the State Lgislature when Redlands Democratic club meets Monday at 8 p.m. in the community room at Security First National bank. He will emphasize new methods being considerd to finance public education. Dr. Morlan has served as president of the Southern California Political Science Association and is a former member of the Redlands City Council. All members of the community are invited to attend the Monday meeting which is of general interest. to get orders filled for shipment] were being forced to buy supplies at auction which had the effect of forcing prices up high er than they ordinarily would be. The Valencia Orange Admmis trative Committee held a meeting in Los Angeles yesterday to preview the facts and figures that will be presented at the Marketing Policy Meeting to be held next Thursday when plans will be formulated for handlmg the oncoming crop of California Valencias. Size estimates revealed by the Field Department were shocking and indicated that the marketing of the summer variety of oranges is going to present some difficult problems. The crop in Southern California is estimated to be 22,500 carloads compared to 27,155 last year. In Cenbral California it is estimated there are 7,500 carloads compared to 5,025 a year ago. The decrease in Southern California is entriely accountable for due to the extreme small sizes. It is estimated that 70 per cent of the crop in the south will be I63s and smaller, and over 50 per cent will be 180s and smaller. The bright spot in the picture is the promise of a strong by-products market since a very large percentage of the oncoming crop will most certainly have to go to the canneries. Pricewse the market gave a good account of itself last week as all indexes moved upward. In the auctions a total of 94 cars of Navels sold at prices averagmg $4.21 per carton de livered, up 42c from the previous week when lis cars were auctioned. Only three cars of Arizona Valencias were auctioned and these averaged $3.52 per carton, up 45c for the week. Total sales in all channels last week amounted to 1,235 cars of Navels selling at prices averaging $2.90 per carton F.O.B. shipping point For the previous week 1,195 cars brought prices averaging $2.77. Twenty-eight cars of Arizona Valencias averaged $2.58 F.O.B., up 15c from the preceding week. With less than 1,000 cars of Navels remaining in Central CaH- fomia lor fresh fruit shipment] Southern Caliform'a shippers will now have the bulk of the weekly prorate allotments. Next week the north will be permitted to move 550 cars in regulated channels while the south will ship 650 cars. Arizona Valencia shippers will be permitted to ship 125 cars of the summer variety. Judge Alexander files candidacy for reelection Ben G, Alexander completed his candidacy for re-election as judge of the Redlands Justice Court yesterday by filing nomination papers with the County Registrar of Voters. His name will appear on the 'June 3 primary ballot. The nomination petition was circulated by Guy A. Daniels, 130 San Mateo street, and Frank P. Thomquest, 1420 Elizabeth street It was endorsed by the following persons: W, 0. MuUigan, 605 W. Fern avenue; Luther T. Holden, 214 W. Olive avenue; Darnel N. McLeod, 1346 Monterey; H. Cleo Burris, 86 N. Center street; Uoyd D. YouDt, 604 E. Mariposa drive; Lewis 1. Pierce, 1706 Rossmont drive; Matthew H. Snowden Jr., 163X Dwight street Russell James Glaze, 33 W. Ifilton; Harold A. Wmn, 1812 Rossmont drive; Eunice Gilman, 836 Washington street; Edna C. Tyree, 836 Washmg- ton street; Louise Luetcke, 1416 Elizabeth Crest drive; Mrs. Sylvia Conrad, 1416 Elizabeth Crest drive; Maurice Clapp, 325 E. Cypress avenue; Clifford N. Farrar Jr., 807 Serpentine drive; Rodney L. Cranmer, 440 Buena Vista; Jean E. Thom­ quest, 1420 Elizabeth Crest drive; Edward L. Jury, 1378 W. Cypress avenue; Robert E. Kahl, 1105 W. Highland avenue; Richard S. Lackey, 244 Grandview drive; Robert Burton, 503 W. Lugonia avenue. Callie J. Burton,-503 W. Lu­ gonia avenue; Tony R. Jim enez Sr., 1335 Clock; Marvella Kooiman, 1230 Washington street; Raymond Heeler, 336 Fountain avenue; L. D. Hooks, 1236 Columbia, street; Elizabeth Hooks, 1236 Columbia street; .Arthur B. Drake. SmUey Heights; Gordon Cram, Florida avenue, Greenspot; William A. Brunton, 16 E, Sunset drive. NEW COWBOY STAMP - This Charles M. Russell paintinB of cowboys in action is this year's commemorative postage stamp in the Post Office department's fine arts series. The original painting is entitled "Jerked Down" and hangs in the Thomas Gilcreose Institute in Tulsa, Okla. It will be reproduced on the stomp in full color in shades of yellow, brown and blue. This is another In the series of full color reproductions of American art which began in 196T. The five<ent stamp went on sale at the Redlands post office today. Mrs. Haver services in Pasadena Funeral services will be held to Pasadena on Tuesday for Beatrice Bryan Haver of S a n Gabriel who died yesterday. She is survived by her husband, Harold M. Haver, who has many friends and business associates in Redlands. Services will be conducted at 11:30 a.m. at the Turner and Stevens Funeral Chapel. 95 North Marengo. Friends who wish may make contributions to the Pasadena Tuberculosis AssociaUon. Many Yucaipa winners in 4'H Junior Fair First place winners from the Yucaipa area in the 4-H Junior Fair held in conjunction with the National Orange Show were announced today. Winners in the General Agriculture division were: Farm and Home Electric, Class — Tool box, Gary Baxter and Paul Ricketts; Ornamental lamp. Gary Ba.xter, Robin Downing and Bill Wood; Crystal radio set. Gary Baxter and Kenneth Hammock. Optional Display of Electrical Application — Kathy Baxter, Kenneth Hammock. Farm and Live Better Electrically — BiU Wood. Entomology — (First year) in-j sect collection, William Moore; Entomology equipment John Hunter; Optional display of insects (third year), Gary Leedham; entomology equipment. Gary Leedham; (Fourtfc year 'and advanced) Ronald S w o p insect collection and two first place awards on optional dis ^i I play of insects. Plant Propagation — Potted plants, Gary Baxter, Michael Dishman, Donna Thornton, BID Iwood; Succulent and Cacti, Cathy Bobbins and Bill Wood. Woodworking — Tool box. nail box or nail holder, John MilK- man and Joel Van Horn; Hard|ware, or bolt and screw rack, John Milliman. In the Rabbit division of the 4-H Junior Fair, first places award winners are: New Zealand Whites — special buck (6 to 8 months). Sherry Robbins; Junior buck, Sargeant Wood. i Any other standard variety- Senior doe, Sargeant Wood. Goldwater hammers at Demos foreign policy (Continued from Page 1) American people that they should see no evil, hear no evil, and speak no evil when the shadow of that evil falls on the White House itself?" On foreign policy, the senator said Soviet Russia is using the "brinkmanslup" practiced by the late Secretary of State John Foster Dalles and Eisenhower tc discourage an enemy from going to the brink of war. "Today it is Soviet brinkmanship that commands the field," he said, "and it is American back-downmanship that is losmg the field." He charged the Democratic administration with lack of leadership m Viet Nam and asked: "Where is the leadership in an administration that stands cross­ eyed with our friends — wide- ley ed with our enemies — waH- 'eyed in Berlin—glassy - eyed io 'Southeast Asia — and downright blind m Cuba?" In the field of civil rights, rights, Goldwater accused the administration of tacitly supporting disturbances "in hopes of reaping the votes of violence." "In three agonizing years we have come to the point where many of our citizens—citizens of all races—accept as normal the iuse of riots, demonstrations, . boycotts, violence, pressure, civ- III disorder and disobedience as I an approach to serious national problems." It's a Date! . . . Lange & Runkel, Inc. Invites You to the Of Its Entirely New, Completely Modern Chevrolet Center At Alabama Street and West Redlands Boulevard Tonight 'Til 9:30 - Saturday and Sunday, 9 o. m. *o 9:30 p. m. DOOR PRIZES Be Sure To Visit Us and Register for Prizes Including 2 TV Sets and Auto Accessories Balloons For the Children — Refreshments! GRAND OPENING SPECIAL AH Lange & Runkel OK Guaranteed Used Cars Will Be Equipped wiffi the Fof/owing: -k New Goodyear Tires ^ New Deico Battery k New Spark Plugs, Points, Condenser • All New Brake Uning With 20,000 Miles Guarantee To Assure You a Dependable, Trouble>-Free Used Car Also See a Special Display of Trucks and Campers - Plus 150 New Chevrolets Ready For Delivery LANGE & RUNKEL. INC. REDUNOS CHEVROLET DEALER SINCE 1930 Alabama Street North of W. Redlands Blvd. Dial 793-2681

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