Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 26, 1964 · Page 5
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Local Notes Dinner Rolls For Easter Order now. Goodie Shop, 24 E. SUte. 792-3811. x Easter Lilies Azaleas, Camellias, African Violets. Dangermonds' Nursery Free gift wrapping and dellv ery. 27601 Redlands Blvd., 792-3885. S Special Notice Due to staff illness the "Five Day Plan Smoking Clinic" orig- Research group favors county owned airports Redlands Municipal Airport | to San Bernardino and River- and all other airports in San Bernardino County should be owned and operated by the County if they are to adequately serve future aviation growth, inally scheduled-for March 29- 1 a special Stanford Research In- April 2 is cancelled. xjstitute study released today recommends. Paint Stolen A toUl of S194.50 of paint was taken from a garage at Citrus and Grove during the past two days, according to a police report. C and M Painting and Drywall of Pomona were t h e victims. Specially Decorated Easter cakes; Chiffon, Angel Food. Goodie Shop, 24 E. State. 792-3811. X Don't Let The Weather keep you from Buying Flowers for Easter. We 're as near as your telephone and we shall give you the same prompt serAdce as though you had come into our store personally. Hockridge Florist, Flowerfone, 793-1331, at 106 W. SUte. x Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Wmn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x Household Furnishings Sale at 314 So. Michigan, Friday, Sunday, Jlonday, 1 to 5 p.m. X Retired Officers Dinner Orange Empire Retired Officers club will learn about air recovery programs at their meeting tomorrow evening at Norton AFB Officers club. Col. Stanley W. Martin, commanding the 8647 Air Force Reserve Recovery Group, will explain the mission and procedures oi the organization. A social hour at 6:30 p.m. for members and their wives will be followed by dmner at 7:30. A Southern California Regional Airport Study ranking Ontario International Airport as a secondary faciUty 30 years mlo the future was attacked by Ontario Mayor Charles R. Latimer today as being "highly incompetent." At a morning press conference at the Azure Hills Countrj' Club, Mayor Lalimer and Ontario Daily Report pubUshcr Jcrene Hamish took turns deriding the Stanford Research Institute study. Mayor Latimer declared angrily that the report cast "a A special called meeting ofiprophecy of doom" over the fu- the Redlands City Council will ture development of Ontario Inbe held tomorrow at 4 p.m., it|temational Airport. He threat- was announced today by City jcned legal action if necessary to City Council plans special meeting The report, made public at a press conference at the Azure Hills Country Club, predicted air traffic in San Bernardino County will grow to nearly IVi side Counties. He obsen'ed that Redlands Municipal Airport will share in the expected tenfold increase in aviation activities within the county during tiie next three decades. "Redlands is one of many airports in the county for which substantial future growth in general aviation is expected," Perkins said. Genera! aviation includes business flights, instructional miUion landing.s or takeoffs an-jflying. and recreaUonal flj-ing. nually by 1990, compared to 137,000 recorded three years ago. "To serve this growth, t h e primary need for the County is to plan and admmister its 23 airports as an integrated system to achieve effective and economic use of existing facilities. "All airports in the County should he owned and operated by the County as an airport system to achieve substantial economies and prevent loss of privately - owned fields," t h e report states. Edward L. Perkins, manager of Economic Research at SRl's Southern CaUfomia Laboratories, presented results of the nine-county study as it relates The report has ah-eady stir red a major controversy relat ing to its recommendations for Ontario International Airport. SRI reported that Ontario can expect increases in volume of traffic and passengers, but should not be developed as a complex similar to Los Angeles International Airport. Ontario officials' reaction to the report is the subject of a separate story in today's Facts. Arthur B. Groos, Director of the Southern California Aviation Council, which is coordmating the nine-county program, said the study required 18 month; of research and should be care fully considered by all those concerned with planning for future growth. Other members of the Council from the County include SU' pervisor Daniel D. Mikesell, Thomas E. Flaherty, and William F. Hauser. In urging that all airports — including IS private fields, 4 municipal airports and two fed eral airports — be owned and operated by the county, SRI maintained that such a system (with sound planning, coordina tion and administration) could 1. Assure that future aviation growth would be accommodated by preventing the loss of privately owned airports to other uses. 2. Avoid underdevelopment of airport potential or overdevel' opment of uneconomic facilities. 3. Make it possible, through differential pricing and other means, to assure the extent and type of use of each airport, thus achieving substantial econ omies through effective use of the overall capacity of airports 4. Become self • supporting and able to finance future im provements. With airports op erated as individual entities, such benefits would not be possible, the report stated. Similar recommendaUons were made for each of the other eight counties in Southern California. Ontario mayor blasts study group's decision Clerk Hazel Soper. Purpose of the meeting will be to discuss final approval of a lot split and to discuss the non-conforming use of a ready- mix plant at Seventh and High. At special meetings, the Council can act only on those items for which the meeting is called. Makes presents of Kennedy half dollars WASHINGTON (UPI)-President Johnson Wednesday sent each member of Congress one of the new Kennedy half-dollars. The personal gifts were accompanied by a note from Johnson explaining that he felt the 50 - cent piece "would have a special significance to you and that you should have it." Weather Feb. IS reb. 27 Feb. 28 Feb. 29 March March March March March March March March March 1 6S en 65 63 66 53 3 65 4 69 5 65 6 _ 58 7 _ - 55 8 62 9 65 nalnfaU Temp. 24 Houn 33 .04 Season 8.20 March 10 66 March H - 70 March 12 51 March 13 - 64 March 14 „ 76 March 15 77 March 16 _ _ 73 March 17 82 March 18 83 March 19 73 March 20 _ 78 March 21 _ - 63 March 22 „ - 52 HUrch 23 - 47 March 24 53 March 25 _ 65 March 26 69 32 36 43 35 43 33 36 37 46 33 35 34 41 38 46 45 33 41 54 57 46 45 42 40 40 42 38 34 38 .05 .01 8 86 8.37 .01 .81 .61 .19 S.OO 9.C1 10.42 10.61 get the report changed. "We resent this report more than I can tcU you," LaUmer lashed out at SRI representative Edward L. Perkins, "This is the most damaging thing that could happen in our cause to combine the Los Angeles and Ontario International airport operations." The regional airport report covering nme Southern CaUfor- nia counties stated that Los Angeles International Airport will adequately serve the region's air passenger and cargo activity through 1990. Growth in activity sufficient lo require or adequate to support a second major airport at Ontario, Palmdale, or elsewhere in Southern California is not e-xpected to develop during the period to 1990," the SRI re port said. It adds, "In its future role the Ontario iVirport, in addition to functionmg for some years as a weather alternate (to LA In^ temational), wiU be largely a general aviation field but with a small and moderately growing number of air carrier operations, primarily for short- haul services." The airport research team al so speculated that the develop ment of all-weather landing and takeoff instruments for aircraft would eUminate the use of Ontario and Burbank airports as weather alternates for Los An geles International. Perkins maintained that Latimer and others had misinter preted the study. "Ontario Air port has played and will continue to play a key role," he stated. Perkins observed that supersonic transports might be landing at Ontario before 1990. He cautioned, however, that the Ontario faciUty should not be developed to a high capacity before there is a need." "It would be an unfortunate burden on local taxpayers if Ontario developed in advance of need," Perkins stated in pointing out that airports at Oakland and Ft. Worth are in financial difficulty because they are too close to other major air terminals. Mrs. Hamish bcUttlcd the study as not recognizing that the Ontario airport is second only to Los Angeles for terminal facilities. 'The directional tower is one of the best in the state," she noted. Mrs. Hamish criticized t h e report further as not being up to date regarding operations at Ontario, and was vehement at Ontario International being com pared in the report with the Palm Springs, Avalon, and Palmdale airports. Latimer maintained that SRI had "relegated Ontario airport permanently to a secondary airport." "This we do not beUevc," he boomed. "This report is not valid and we will rely on previous sound advice from other experts who believe Ontario should be developed as a major termmal." Bulldog wins in competition Editors and writers of t h c University of Redlands student newspaper, the "Redlands Bulldog," have happy news awaiting their return from spring vacation. Fall editions of the "Bulldog" have captured the Associated Collegiate Press (ACPA) AU- Amcrican rating in the highly competitive category — T w o- Three Times Weekly. Bob Johnson, senior advisor, received the news this week with a letter from the Colum bia University journalism judge and ACP.-^ panel member. 'It's the 10th time the "Bulldog" has won the Ail-American rating in 11 tries," he said. The first such award was made in 1958 when Jerry Tinker was "Bulldog" editor-in-chief. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks moved ahead along a broad base today. Steels were again in the fore front, featuring Lukcns up more than 2, and Jones & Laughlin, Wheeling and RcpubUc up around 1. Motors were mixed and price movements were nar row. Union Carbide was a feature in the chemicals. Du Pont lost its early point-sized gain. Penn zoil featured an otherwise dull petroleum section with a gain of around 2. IBM bounced back from its early loss and gained more than 2. Motorola advanced around 2 as did Litton. Mmneapolis-Hon- eywell sank around 2. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 819.45 811.39 815.91 up 2.75 20 rrs 193.17 190.77 192.16 up 0.97 IS utl 138.77 137.28 137.76 off 0.26 65 stk 284.64 281.61 283.19 up 0.80 Sales today were about 5.76 million shares compared with 5.43 milUon shares Wednesday. Who's Depressed? If'/- " Not the Man Who Wears Our Worry Bird Tie Tac This sad, dejected, fbriom little Worry Bird does all your crying, grousing, breast-b ;3 'Jng for you (or your less manic friends). Wear him for luck, give him for kicks, look at him tor laughs. Free nvorry Bird" Club membership card with every Worry Bird purchased. Shovm actual size. Price includes Fed. Tax. Worry Bird Tie Tac Shown in 14 K Gold $11 Available as pendant in 14 K Gold with neck-chain, 6.59 S«rrina Radlondj for 0»tr 30 Y«in HOWARD S. SMITH WIIUAM J. JUNKIN 110 East State Redlands tfglslered Jewelers^AmtricaB Gaa Sodeiy 13 Most Active Slacks (Dow-Jonei Service. CoDrtesT Leitrr. Kroni ti Co.) :os E. SUte Volnme Cloie Chnr. ;.:iw B.C.A. 3(i ;3..'iOO Cliryiler 46 mjoo Cont. Air. M'i Big Bunny hopping around downtown Shades of "Harvey," there that bunny goes again. Yup, that large-type Easter bunny will be hopping around downtown Redlands between noon and 4 p.m. both tomorrow and Saturday. And, like "Harvey," he'll be visible to those who "believe," particularly the youngsters. It's possible he'll even have a candy treat for them. The Downtovra Redlands association made arrangements to have the large-type Easter bunny visit here for two days. With whoever you make arrangements with to arrange to have an Easter bunny visit. . No more silver dollars for paper dollars WASHINGTON (UPI)—From now on the Treasury will redeem paper dollars only in silver bullion or silver dust. Treasury Secretary Douglas Dillon called a halt to the great silver dollar raid Wednesday with an announcement that the Treasury no longer will ex change silver certificates for silver dollars. Dillon said that the recent run on silver dollars at the Treas ury had reduced the stock to about 3 million. Since virtually all these would be of value to coin collectors, he said, it would not be possible to distribute them equitably. Treasury officials said that if the last 3 million silver dollars were handed out, tliey would almost certainly end up in col lections rather than in circula tion. efi.OM V.s. steel .-O.100 .•«.oo» JT.SOO . Ml* J. 1- General Tire 16>i Pan Am. Air. 19', Amer. Tob. Sl'i —I't 3. C. Penney Sl'i -r Lehith V»Uer _ anch. Detroit StI. ls>i Penna. B-B. 31". Amer. Air. 49".i Alum. Ltd. 30 .•i:.JO« CerUln-Teed .It.IOfl Gen. TeL t Elec. 3i ~ =4 nnch. ~ 'i ~ '» — I- Poultry and Eggs LOS AXGELES. March 26 (UPIl — Eggs: Prices to retailers i.o.b. to distributor planu IdeUvered I'i centi hishcn: AA extra Urge 4«Hi-50'i. A extra large 45Hi-«!j. AA large 39 '3 -I3 '2. A large 37H-38>4. B large 33's-34'j. AA medium MH-STVi. A medium 32V>-33Hi. AA amaU 29>:- Si'j. A tmaU 27!»J8ii. Prices to cotuumers: AA large 3958, A large 39-S4, AA medium 39-54. A medium 47-49, AA smaU 43-17, A smaU 40-43. Poultry: Frrers 17-19. roasters 51- 2S. light type hens 4-5 xrtd. avg. 4.63. hens cross 5-6 wtd. avg. 554 turkeys; Irycr ntasters 21, young hens 24. Vital Records BIRTHS HOLLY — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holly, 7475 Valaria drive, Highland. March 26, 19S4, at Redlands Community hospital. STAFFORD — Bom, a daugh ter, to Mr. and Jlrs. Gerald Stafford, 1117 East Central avenue, Slarch 26. 1S64, at Redlands Community hospital Marriage Licenses Issued RIDDELL - IIOOFARD — Aub rey David Riddell Jr._, 29, Patton: and Gwendoljn Irene Hoofard, 22, Slentone. (Issued in Las Vegas). Ti'SON - BARNES — Larry D Tyson, 28, and Dorene Barnes, 21; both Mentone. (Issued ja Las Vegas). DEATHS LOPER — Died in Yucaipa, CaUf., March 25, 1964, Ivan Edmund Loper, 352S8 Jit. View street, Yucaipa; aged 57 years, native of Iowa, and resident of Yucaipa for 11 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Lorena Loper and the following children: Gary and Sharon. Also one brother, Clermont D. Loper, Tucson, Ari2o na. Funeral services will be held Saturday, 10:00 a.m., at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapeL Rev. Clell Gray, pastor of the Yucaipa Methodist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. -ifflitoni. • WHO SEZ SO?-Everybody likes to fish where there's a "no fishin'" sign, but not everybody gets a chance. Jim Harfer, manager of the Redlands branch of U.S. National Bank, got his chance this morning. This is part of the property his bank owns on Citrus between Orange and Fifth - hereinafter known as "Citrus avenue lake." The rains fumed this lot info a fair- sized mudhole. And somebody - name unknown - took the trouble to letter this sign, just like a child might, and install on the barricade. Did Horter take the sign off? Shucks no, he wos too busy laughing. But he didn't catch anything either. (Focts photo by C. J. Kenison) HahnWheeler camfidates for RHSoffice Tom Hahn and Dave >VheeI- er, ASB presidential hopefuls, head the list of candidates running for the various student body offices for 1964-65 at Redlands High school, according to Elections and Procedures Commissioner Steve Hauser. Students running for vice president are Janis Ball, Troy Bomberger, Bob Jenkins, Larry Fowler, and Charlie Sprague. Nominees for secretary are Dana Cranmer, Pam Repp and Karen Robinson. Treasurer aspirants are Davitl Naftzger, Janet Detrieck, Ken Umbach and Louise Burda. The campaign will open March 30 and run through April 1. The voting will take place on Thursday, April 2. Member.s of Hauser's Elections and Procedures committee are Cheryl Hatfield, Michele Scott, Olivier Gorge and Jim Nagy. Mrs. Barnes named to 1964 Grand Jury Mrs. Chris C. Barnes today became the third Redlands rcsi dent picked to serve on the 1964 County Grand Jury. Jlrs. Barnes was on the origi nal Grand Jury panel but her name did not come up in the hopper in the drawing last month. Today, however, her name was drawn to succeed Robert 0. Coolcy of Rialto, who sub- milted his resignation on JIou' day to campaign for Congress Presiding Judge John P. Knauf said today that JI r s. Barnes will be sworn in prior to the next meeting of the Grand Jury on April 9. Jack Cooper of Redlands is foreman of the 1964 Grand Jury arid Frank (Gus) Deshler is the other Rcdiander serving. The resignation of Mr. Cooley is the second in recent weeks. Dr. George W. Haskell, minister of the First Congregational church of San Bernardino, resigned to accept a pastorate in WhilUer. Drawn to replace him was Walter C. Sanders, a sales and public relations representative of Avis Rent-A-Car system. He lives in San Bernardino. Double duty for stork HOUSTON, Te.\. (UPI)—Jlrs. Betty Keeton dropped in for a visit with her daughter Jlrs. Karia Pyland, 16, to help the young housewife pass the time of day while awaiting the birth of her child. Then Jlrs. Keeton went into labor too. Mother, new son, daughter and grandson all were reported doing well in the same hospital room today. Churches plan special Good Friday services Good Friday services commemorating the Crucifixion of Jesus Christ will be conducted in many local churches tomorrow. Many of the Protestant faith will be at the Council of (Churches services at the First Jlethodist chturcb from noon to 3 'p.m. Speakers at the services will be Rev. Luther Hardyman, State Street Christian; Rev. George Lacy, First Congregational; Rev. Wendell WoUam, First Presbyterian; Rev. John D. Foerster, First Evangelical Lutheran; Dr. Douglas Eadie, and Rev. John Jensen of t b e University of Redlands; and Rev. David Silke of the First Baptist church. Sponsored by the Council of Churches, Rev. Willard Schurr, pastor of the host church, supervised arrangements and Jlrs. Betty Virginia JIarti will be the organist. At the First Evangelical Lutheran church. Children's Good Friday services will start at 10 a.m. and Teuebrae services are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. A three-hour devotion is scheduled at the Trmity Episcopal church from noon to 3 p.m. An Easter Eve Baptism service will be conducted at 4 p.m. on Saturday and will include the bless ing of the Paschal candle. A schedule of Good Friday services has been prepared by all Catholic churches of the area. Di Sacred Heart church, according to the pastor Rev. Henry W. Keane, time has been set aside from noon until 1-30 p.m. for private meditation to be followed by the reading of the Passion and Stations of the Cross. The Passion will again be read in the evening at 7 o'clock. At St. JIary's church, 1003 Columbia street, where Rev. Richardo Jleza is the pastor, Stations of the Cross are sched uled for 3 p.m. tomorrow. Rev. Joseph Snoj, pastor of St. Joseph the Worker church in Loma Linda, will officiate at liturgical services of the Pas sion and Death of Our Lord on Good Friday at 7 p.m. Stations of the Cross will be at 3 tomorrow. The Redlands Church of Religious Science will unite with the Riverside and San Bernardino churches for a special observance of Good Friday tomorrow at 8 p.m. in the local sanctuary, 402 Church street. .Rev. Hubert Turner of San Bemardmo will offer a special interpretation of the Seven Last Words of Jesus. He will be assisted by Rev. Andrew Caraker. Riverside, and Rev. Lois Wallace, assistant minister of the Redlands church. Rev. Robert Stevens will be the organist and Jliss Wanda Dawson the soloist. The Jlentone Jlinisterial As sociation will conduct services tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at t h e Mentone Congregational church with Rev. Lawrence N. Caraway pastor of the First Baptist church, speaking on "Accord ing to Jlark". Good Shepherd Lutheran Church (Jlissouri Synod), 34215 Avenue E, Yucaipa, will h ol d services at 1 p.m. tomorrow. Rev. Harold Daum, pastor, will preach on the subject, "Am ] Jlortal or Immortal?". The chil dren's choir will sing, "Were You There When They Crucified Jly Lord?" About People Dr. H. Fred Heisner, superintendent of Redlands schools, and Roy C. Hill of Redlands, county superintendent of schools, were both newly elected for two- year terms on the board of the Coimty Council of Community Services at the annual meeting this week. Dr. Heisner is immediate past president of the Redlands Community Chest. W. B. Johnson, Redlands native and for nearly 45 years a local investment counselor, is in Redlands Community hospital where he was taken Monday morning. Jlr. Johnson, who lives at 219 Summit avenue, is believed to have the longest tenure in the investment business in this valley and during his career has made a host of friends among business asso ciates as well as in the com mimity in which he has spent his life. STUART E. POWER — Resident Manager — EASTMAN DIUON, UNION SECURITIES & Co. MTUBEBS KEW TOBK STOCK EX-CHANGE 6290 Magnolia Ave., Riversida (Plaza) Dial Operafer (Tell-Frtc) for Zenith 7-8500 BesMescc: 7SS-M3* EMMERSON MORTUARV -A ?03 BrooteicJe Avenue ^Rollands. Califoma ^ Phone 793-2441 »«J Dear friends, Visitors are always welcome at our funeral home. It is natural, perhaps, that the average citizen does not seek information about funeral costs and plans until the need arises. Yet we think it is much better to be informed before decisions have to be made. Any information you may desire as to our prices, ner- chamdise or methods will gladly* be given at any time. Respectfully, ISWx:>:W l :-:-:-x-:-:-:-: Pl Clabe Hangan sings for RHS assembly The Assembly Committee oi Redlands High School, under the direction of Commissioner Haley Soper, presented a double assembly program featuring the ethnic folk singer and Redlands .Alumnus Clabe Hangan. Hangan. who received Bachelor of Arts degree from the University of Redlands, provided a very versatile and en tertaining program singing blues, baUads, and blue-grass numbers. He derives his greatest pleasure from performing before youth groups throughout the southland. >lnnouncenieflt of Funeral Services MRS. JI.AUDE STRAISINGER Services 2:00 p.m., Thursday at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. JOHN AUSTIN SHARP (Jraveside services 11:00 a.m., Friday, at Hillside Jlemorial Park. IRA THOMASON Services 1:30 p.m., Saturday, Utter-JIcKinley, Hollywood Mortuary, 6240 Hollywood Blvd. r.MtTIBK CORTNER ai 'BROOBIOEiaL.PYMIlI Redlands Daily Facts Thurs, Mar. 26, 1964 - 5 Sign boards scheduled for removal soon Outdoor advertising signs along U.S. Highway 395-91, a landscaped freeway, paralleling La Cadena avenue between Columbia street, north of the Riverside City Limits, and the San Bernardino County Line are to be removed next month, an- notmced C. V. Kane, District Engineer of the California Division of Highways in San Bernardino. This one mile section was deemed a landscaped freeway after putting ornamental trees with the existing shrubs, all of which requires a considerable amount of maintenance. Therefore, the four owners of signs in the area were notified that in accordance with California statutes, applicable to unincorporated areas only, the signs must be removed by April 10. There are 15 signs to be removed. Outdoor advertising displays were removed several years ago on this freeway, similarly landscaped between Russell Street and Columbia avenue. The action was taken by the City of Riverside in accordance with a city ordinance, the area being within the city limts. The area now being corrected is outside the City in Riverside County. Good Friday closure for three hours In observance of Good Friday tomorrow State offices will be closed from noon to 3 p.m. to allow their employes time for worship. All of the Redlands banks will be closed for that period of time and then reopen from 3-6 p.m. Redlands Justice Court will be closed for the three hour period as will the San Bemardmo County Courthouse and departments. Redlands Department of Motor Vehicles will be closed for the three hour period. ' Redlands City Hall and Smiley Library will remain open. Most downtown businesses will remain open but employes wilt be given time off to attend serv ices. Redlands Public Schools will be closed Friday but Spring vacation will be from April 6-lOth. ^Innouncemenf of Services CROWDER, Louis Charles 9:30 a.m. Friday Lewis Colonial Chapel San Diego. Calif. HANTS, Scott W. 11:00 a.m. Friday Valley Chapel Loma Linda LOPER, Ivan Edward 10:00 a.m. Satnrday Yucaipa Chapel DAVIS, Sterling Services Pending Redlands Chapel mORTH, Ame Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 WOOKSIDE AVt, 791-244'

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