Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 26, 1964 · Page 4
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4 ~ Thurs., Mar. 26. 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Issues statement RHS AT DISNEYLAND - Redlands Senior High school band marches at the head of the parade o» Disneyland under the direction of Harvey Smith. The annual trip was made Tuesday. About 90 students including the Pep unit participated. After the march, the band played in front of the Op«ra House. Gen. Scott named to area post by Republican group Brigadier General Richard L. Scott, USAF (Ret.), 1501 W. Highland avenue, has been named interim governor of Area 16 for United Republicans of California, it was announced today by Bruce V. Reagan, UROC state chairman. General Scott will coordinate the activities of the local UROC units in San Bernardino, Imperial and Riverside Counties. A member of UROC since September, 1963, General Scott was appointed to his post by Reagan upon the advice of the unit presidents in Area 16. At t h e present time there are 14 authorized local UROC units in the three counties which comprise the UROC area. General Scott is an active civic leader in Redlands. He has been the head of several sections of the Community Chest, is promuicnt in the affairs of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce, and also belongs to the Redlands Rotary Club. UROC, a volunteer GOP organization which was incorporated on April 23, 1963, now has more than 8,000 members and 267 local units throughout the State. According to Reagan, every 18 minutes of every working day another Republican joins UROC. The organization has scheduled its first annual state convention at the Bakersfield Civic Auditorium on the weekend of May 1, 2, atd 3, 1964. Jaycee group in Yucaipa holds first meeting Organization of a Yucaipa Ju nior Chamber of Commerce was launched last night under the sponsorship of the Redlands Jaycees, Redlands Junior Chamber President Don Stiers and Jaycee District Governor M a r v Steeman gave an orientation to 14 men who attended the or­ ganization meeting. The group selected temporary officers and scheduled another meeting for April 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the Yucaipa High school cafeteria. Dennis Hansberger was appointed temporary chairman, and David Hansberger was named secretary. Stan Kivett was selected chairman of the constitution and bylaws com' mittee. Other men taking part in or ganizing the Yucaipa Jaycee chapter are Carl Farrar, Rich ard Kindred, Gary Markley, Fred Foreman, Peter Carini, Frank Mo.xley, Mac Weaver, Doug R. Lines, Gil Ogle and Joe Desalllcrs. Planners approve large restaurant on Alabama CLOCK AUDITORIUM Sat, Mar. 28. 8 p.m. $1 donation, benefit of Block "R" lettermen's club An 89-seat restaurant next to the Redlands Freeway on Alabama street was approved by the city Planning Commission this week. The restaurant is proposed by Leo Thayer of Redlands, and would be conveniently located to serve freeway traffic. It would include a lunch counter as well as dinner booths Original development plans were redrawn by the planning staff to provide more parking spaces, improved traffic circulation as landscaping. The restaurant continues the rapid development of properties along Alabama street north of, Redlands boulevard since the opening of the Redlands Freeway in 1962. Other actions by the Planning Commission this week were as follows: Approval of a conditional use permit to Robert I. Stem of Sherman Oaks to allow construction of 80 apartment units on 6.2 acres west of Judson street between Citrus avenue and Central avenue. Granted approval of a revised site plan for the Hicks-Ba- OX WEST COAST mum • 123 CojM stTMi . nr. J.J3JI L Week Days Cent. 7 P. M. Sat. A Sun. Cent. 2 P. M. Also In Color — Sob Hop* "A GLOBAL AFFAIR" Fun For All th* Family draun, Inc., shopping center on the southeast comer of Lugonia avenue and Church street. The change in the plan was necessary to suit a prospective ten ant who requires a larger building than originally planned. Granted approval of a Van De Kamps Bakery trademark sign to be erected on the Market Basket building on Brookside avenue at San Mateo. ' Appruved plans of the Redlands Public Schools to pur chase a 4.2.acre addition to Cope Junior High School. The additional property is located east of the present school site between Cypress and Toyon avenue. Recommended approval of a home occupation permits for Jackie Anglin, 1079 Kevin avenue, and Carl A. Addington, 1160 West Sunset drive. Mrs. Anglin wants to do sewing in her home, while Mr. Addington wants a business telephone in connection with a Riverside mortgage corporation. Planners tabled action on ^ proposed zone change for nine acres of peoperty located on the northwest comer of Pine avenue and Tennessee street at the request of the applicant R. C. Andrews, Jr. of Santa Fe Springs. A tentative tract map for the same property was also tabled. A commissioh determination of setbacks for new buildings to be constmcted on United States National Bank property in downtown Redlands was set over until ne.xt week at a special planning commission meeting on the 701 Study. The bank property is bounded by Citros avenue, Orange street, Vine street and Fifth street. Medical unit activated at Norton AFB The 414th Medical Service Flight is now activated at Norton AFB under the command ol Dr. (Colonel) William A. Dasher. A majority of the nearly 50 members of this reserve unit are residents of the Los Angeles metropolitan area. Dr. Dasher, a flight surgeon received his medical degree from the College of Medicine, Cincinnati. Specializing in chest diseases and internal medicine, he is licensed to practice in Ohio, New York, New Jersey and California. He is on the consulting staff of Olive View Sanitarium in the Los Angeles area. Brig. Gen. Jack A. Gibbs, commander of the Sixth A1 r Force Reserve Region at Hamilton AFB, explained at the activation ceremonies that the Norton and March AFB units are the first of nine presently being put into operation. Woman hurt in traffic mishap A Redlands woman suffered back injuries when an automobile backed into her and knocked her down last night ac- cordtog to a police report today. Nicandra Gonzales, 75, of 1007 Lawton was injured about 6:30 p.m. on Calhoim and Union. She was eastbound on Calhoun when the vehicle backed up. The driver got out, asked if] she was all right, picked her up and then left the scene, police said. She was taken to Redlands (Community Hospital for treatment. RUSTY'S PATIO SHOP Thursday — Friday — Saturday MARCH 2« . 27 . 28 Breakfast 7 A.M .-n A.M. Lunch . . n A.M.-5 P.M. STARTING APRIL 1 OPEN TIL 9 P.M. FOR COMPLETE DINNERS On 7lh Street Between State & Redlands Blvd. Tel. 793-5083 Mrs. Whitman, Redlands native/ dies at age of 50 Leona Arth (Mrs. Kermit) Whitman of Lakewood Village, native of Redlands and grad uate of both Redlands High school and the University of Redlands, died last evening after an illness of several months. She was 50 years old at the time of her death. Mrs. -Whitman was the daughter of Mrs. Alice Arth, a long time resident of Redlands now living in Newport Beach. She was a member of the Class of 1931 at Redlands High school and the Class of 1935 at the University of Redlands. She then attended the library school at Drexel Institute in Philadelphia and after graduation joined the staff at Redlands A.K. Smiley public library, later worUng at the Fullerton High school library. For the past 20 years. Mrs. Whitman lived in Lakewood Village. Her husband is principal of Douglas MacArthur elementary school in Lakewood. She was active as a member of the Lakewood Village Community church, Children's Benefit League, AAUW and in many other community and civic projects. In addition to her husband and her mother, Mrs. Whitman leaves three children, Peter Arth Whitman, a junior at Stanford University; William, a freshman at Long Beach City College, and Alice Kay, a sophomore at Lake wood High school; two sisters, Barbara (Mrs. Bert) Marcum of Redlands and Mrs. Helen Doesburg of Newport Beach; and a brother, Peter Arth of Redlands. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at the-Cypress Forest Lawn Memorial Park, 4471 Lincoln avenue. The family suggests that friends who wish may mak contributions in Mrs. Whitman' memory to the Cancer Fund. Louis Kalman in City Council roce to stoy Louis Kalman, 1124 Pacific street, said today that he is in the April 14 race for City Coun^ cU to stay and issued the following statement - for publication; "We Go On Building" "The strength of any city or community is the welfare and happiness of it's one great fam ily, "we the people", the citi zens. Davis urges government get out of business Get government out of the business of being in business, and the savings would be $40 billion — or enough so that the personal income tax law could be abolished. So contended Monte B. Davis, service planner for the South- era California Edison company, in a talk before the Redlands Board of Realtors yesterday. Using the topic, "Free Competition," Mr. Davis pointed out that competition between two private businesses is one thing but competing with the govern' ment is another. "Government compeli. tion with free enterprise, for the most part, is unnecessary, expensive (to the taxpayers) and is unfair," Mr. Davis declared- He said it is unnecessary because most businesses the gov ernment operates compete with private enterprise, its expensive because government businesses lost billions last year and the taxpayer had to make up the loss. And he said it is unfair competition because the government business pays no taxes on income, land or equipment. Mr. Davis emphasized that if the Edison company, for instance, could take advantage of the same tax breaks granted to government - owned electric utility "we could afford to provide free electric service to our domestic and residential customers for 300 days in every year — without any adverse effect on our net income." "The beauty of a city lies not only in it's buildings, shady tree-lined streets, fine institu Sons of learning, quaint split-j stone curbs, and imposing edifices of worship, but also in the hearts and souls of each and every one of us. "Strength, beauty and preservation of our remaining freedom don't just fall into our lap automatically, hey have to be worked and fought for. "Some of us, because of our civic and personal pride, and because of our love for this wonderful community are willing to do our share of fighting and giving our time and substance for the benefit of all of us. Some of us just don't care one way or another. "Some of us try our best to build, create and preserve. And then again, there are those who tear down and destroy. "Be it a landmark, a tiny bit of freedom, or the honor of an individual. "I am very proud to be associated with the 'builders'." People's Column Beidcra ct lb. Facts .rr hiTttca ta Mai tbeir tk.«(lit> ««nii*<>* *r fhlie iattrot t*r «•« ia tb. Pc.yl.'i CaliBiB.. Pleu. k. brief. Tk* »rU<r 'i tra* sua* a«« (Mresi m»l icmmMar nch l*U« tk.ata *«a aamn *rt *tnaitu< tt tb. •4il .f> 4Uoreti .B. Not a Comraittt* Mtmbtr Editor Facts: to an article in the Facts yesterday I-was named as a witness in the Kalman trial, which was correct, but I was also identified as a member of the Voters' Committee Against Compulsory Rubbish Collection. I did not sign the initiative petition and have never been a member of the committee. Darnel A. Larsen 941 West Highland avenue Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 26 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all Orange auction markets: Ms 72s 8Ss First grade 6.16 5.80 4.83 Second grade....4.65 4.61 4.27 113t 138« 1t3s First grade 4.18 3.84 3.40 Second grade... .3.53 3.44 3.25 Trend: Slightly lower. NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrus: California: Navels 11 cars, half boxes $4.18. n\ on vour P1L\RIVLA.CIST PRECISION Nothing is left to chance when compounding your prescription. Each Ingredient is checked for uimosi accuracy. WE DELIVER AIL PRESCRIPTIONS Doily Houn: 9 o. m. 1. 9 p. m.i Sundoyi 10 a, m. fe « p. ra. REDLANDS SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classifjed Ads REXALL DRUGS NO. 1 E. STATE PHONE PY 2-7174 i W. Gi,. S.* H. GrM« Starap. • COURTEOUS PRfSCRIPTION SERVICF V Furntturt >-Ai Hardware V Furniture-Apptiances END-of-WEEK SPECIALS Low-Prices in Effect FRIDAY and SATURDAY A NEW RESTAURANT tastefully decorated in natural wood finishes, modem wall coverings, Luan v/indow shutters, and the latest design in fixtures, lend a quiet atmosphere to pleasant dining. Come in, see for yourself, and enjoy superb food served in the best restaurant manner. Election board workers needed As a public service, the Cali fomia Department of Employment announced that its San Bernardino office will recruit election board workers for the San Bernardino County Reg islrar of voters for the June primary. The office, located at 211 West 5th street, San Bernardino, will accept applications this week for these jobs. All applicants must be registered voters within the boundaries of one of the following precincts: Crafton 1, Highland 8 Mentone 7, Mission 11 and 21 Redlands 5, 9, 10, 19, 44, 50 and 51, Yucaipa 5, 10, 13, 34, 38 and 47. Individuals hired must be available for the entire election period and must have transportation to the polling location. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ip- jpliances will find a ready mw ket through Classified Ads. wnXIAM G. MOORE. PuWUher. FRANiC E. UOORZ. Ediur. PublUlKd miT cTeniDK Incapf Suadayi at Facti bulldini, TOO Brookside at Center. Redlaoits. ClUonsia. Founded October 33, 1890, 74tb year. Entered as sKond class matter [October 33. 1890, st th. Post OtfJee lat Redlands. CalUomia. UBdtf Kt o< iMarcb 3. 2878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advancel Br Carrier OeliV.rr Oae Monlb I 1J» llbrei Manlhs 4.S. Six MantBS «J». Oaa Vear COFFEE- MAKER white accent Automatic . . . Stiinlws Steel.. . Up tQ 9 Cups Reg. $19.88 17.77 Black Base and Handle Available PRESTO Spray Steoin Iron $11.88 UTILITY COOLER PUMP Reg. $10.50 $8.88 ROOFING with FIXTURES Reg. $4 .50 _ $3.99 In Red or White aECTRiC PRYER Reg. $149.95. $139.95 G.E. 12-lb.; high-low heat; U5V or 230V. 4<Pe. BEDROOM GROUP Reg. $599.50 $299.50 Italian provincial in cherrywood. Includes triple dresser, mirror, twin beds and 1 stand. 8.Pc. DINING ROOM GROUP Reg. $527.50 $379.50 In iruitwood. Includes: 42" rotmd extension table with 2 fills, china cabinet, i side and 2 arm cJiairs. SIMMONS HIDE-A-BED Reg. $299.50. ..$199.50 Special Prices in effect Fri.. Mar. 27tli * Sot.. Mar. 28Hi. PARK n' SHOP VALIDATION 19 E «st eitnif One Miinth Ope Year _ Br HaU -I 1J» - lt .M

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