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4 - Friday, Mar. 27, m Redlands Daily Facts CITRUS OUTLOOK PRETTY, NEW AND SHINY - Myrtle Henderson (left) ond Jane Wood employej of the Secorify Firsf Nahonol Bonk odmire the Kennedy half dollars as the first bag is opened. All Redlands banks are distributing the new coins today — two to a customer. NEW HAIF DOLIAR — The obverse (right) was designed by Gilroy Roberts, whose initial is on the edge of the neck. He also designed the head on the Kennedy presidential medal. The reverse was designed by Frank Gosparro, who also designed the reverse of the 1959- type Lincoln cent. His initials ore under the eagle'« left leg. The D under the olive branch on the left side (eagle's right talon) indicates thof the coin was struck in the Denver Mint. The heraldic eagle of the President's seal is surrounded by 20 stars indicating the 50 States. (Facts photos fay Clifford J. Kenison) Two to each customer Redlands banks ration Kennedy Half Dollars The four banks in Redlands today were rationing the new John F. Kennedy half dollars to two per customer in an ef fort to follow the government directive which requested that they be given the broadest pos sible distribution. Although there was no rush on any of the banks for the new half dollars, clerks reported that customers were picking them up in a steady flow. Ben Osbun, who handles coins and currency at the Bank of America said there was,bank opened at 10 today. I^MilYFUIIIM JirViSNEtLAND era EVERY DAY-lhni April 5 SPECIAL HOURS: thni March 29 9 AM-9 PM CPSundsy, March 29 BBTER PARADE AT DISNEYLAND "SM t h i S OM fashionable •vtnt, including a "run" of tha Horstlass Carriages down Main Street." NOWOKN -BdwDjckj-on the jiilint ship CMiinbii. There's always so much to see and da at Kmeyland. Ehjoy it ill-NOWI tlisncjjland much interest in the new coins. He reported they had 2,000 to distribute. James Harder manager of the Redlands Branch of the U.S. NaUonal Bank was first to get his into distribution. The coins arrived just before closing time yesterday and he hurriedly made the 600 which he received available to his customers. Wendell Morrisset, manager of the Security First National Bank, said his branch received $2,000 worth of the new halves His tellers had a backlog of re quests for the new coins. Ron Hentscbel, manager of the East Redlands branch of the Bank of America, distribut ed the 500 which he received to each of his tellers. They Start' ed distributing them when the Althcugh most people were of the opinion the com was attractive and a fitting memorial to the martyred president, many were disappointed that the halves were scratched and dented due to their handling hi the mint sacks. For the most part these scratches and dents, common in the halves and dollars, are worn away as the coin cu:- culates. By W. A. Brunton The orange market continued to roll merrily along this week with demand keeping pace with supply. Shipping was temporari ly interrupted early in the week by the rains but by yesterday most shippers were operating again, although at reduced speed. The rains' coming so toon after the high \rinds of the previous week made it necessary to run the machinery at a snail's pace in order to grade out fruit that would give trou ble on arrival at destinatioiu While the rain was of inestimable value there is gomg to be considerable loss of fruit and elimination is gomg to be con siderably higher for the balance of the season. Most of this fruit will be a dead loss as decay is akeady noticeable and the fruit thus affected cannot be used for juice. Wherever the rind of an orange was scratched or bruifed by the winds and the rain penetrated decay commenced almost instantaneously. This will be difficult to detect on the gradmg table for several days and it is during this period that shippers will have to exert every precaution. An epidemic of bad arrivals of Navels in the markets at this late date in the season would prove disasterous. Chain stores, small markets and many retailers would almost ertalnly switch to Valencias. However, as long as Navels can bo delivered in sound condition they will receive preference due to their superior eating quality. It has been many years since California has prO' duced a crop of oranges that is the equal of the present one in appearance and eating qual ity. Had it not been for this fact Southern California could have been in some real trouble marketing this crop of small sizes. Prices advanced again this week on medium and large size Navels and held steady on the balance. Central California Navel shipments are declining and for all intents and purposes will For the first time in Red lands, there'll be a "womans touch" applied to management^ of tht vuions public housing developments, it was announced be completed wthin the next today. two weeks. It will take about Mrs. James (Wilma) Beckley, four weeks to button up the formerly of Phoenfac, Ariz, deal in Southern California, al- started a brief in-service train though some shippers will have ing period yesterday and will suppUes through the month of gradually assume full responsi- April and into early May. biUty as manager of the Red liVhile Anzona Valencias are jgn^j _„|,ug housing projects, now at peak movement there IS ghe will succeed John R. htUe jncltaatjon on the part of gcharlton who has been mana- Central Cahforma shippers to g„ ^^^^ P^b. 1962, when commence movmg the summer Gipjm retired variety. There is UtUe or no in- ^.^ « -„ quiry for Valencias as yet and Mr. Charlton wiU contmue if it were not for the fact An- working on a part time basis zona has a crop of medium to but will start school next week, large sizes (averaging about He plans to work toward h i s one size larger than Southern theology degree at the Baptist California Navels) and prices semincry in Covina which he have been somewhat lower than had attended previously. Navels it is doubtful if these In announcing the appoint would be moving as well as ment of Mrs. Beckley, Mrs. they are. Only six shippers in Myrtle Wilkins, executive sec Central California applied for retary of the Housing Authori- early maturity prorate totalling ty of San Bernardino county, 23 cars for next week's ship- said that "we were most ferment. It is generally agreed tunate to find Mrs. Beckley in that there will not be an active our midst. She is eminent- demand for the smaller sized ly qualified for the Redlands northern Valencias until Navels position and we expect she will arc about cleaned up. The ^ excellent job. month of May usually provides the best marketmg opportimity for early Valencias and by that time eating quality should be sufficiently good to insure consumer acceptance. Navel orange prices advanced sharply in the auctions last week as 89 cars sold at prices averaging $4.77 per carton delivered, up from. $4.21, , ^ the previous week on a volume ^l8htJcapmg - a garden and of 94 cars. Four cars of An- o?"^*''; a«enl bghtmg technique developed by WiUiam J. I Editor Facts: zona Valencias averaged $3.67 per carton, an improvement of 15 cents for the week. At the same time Florida prices de- dmed from $4.00 to $3.78 per carton. Annual Science Fair Junior high students readying exhibits Twenty junior high school students in Redlands are now putting finishing touches on their exhibits which will go on display the Eighth Annual Inland Sci enca Fair from March 30 through April 3. The Fair, sponsored by the In dustry - Education Council of San Bernardino and Riverside counties, will be held in the commercial exhibits building at Boy injured as his propellant explodes ANTELOPE VALLEY (UPI)Doctor's worked today to save the right hand of David Lee Hemam, 18, Burbank, who suffered serious injuries when a propellant he Vvas mbdng for home-made rocket exploded. The explosion occurred Thursday on the desert as Herman and two other 17-year-old boys were preparing to test the rockets. Herman was reported mixing a fuel composed of potas slum chlorate and phosphorous. I AWXWtSTCOASTTtffiATW • IM CajM straw • n. 1 Week Days Cont. 7 P. M. Sat. & Sun. Cont. 2 P. M. Also In Color — Bob Hep* "A GLOBAL AFFAIR" Fun For Ail tha Family PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Shew Starts 6:30 P.M. - All Drive-ln$ Elvis Presley "KISSIN' COUSINS" "Beauty t The Body" TRI-CITY DRIVE-IN BASELINE DRIVE-IN Fox Catifemia Thtafre 562 W. 4th St., Sen Bdn*. Cent. 2 P. M. • TU 92*7« Walt Disney's New Action Hit "A TIGER WALKS" Both Color Co-Hit! "Star Fighters" Red Carpet No one stays a stranger in Redlands after our hospitality hostess has called on them. They are welcomed into our civic ac- tivities.and greeted by our merchants with gifts of good- wilL Call 792-3936 and arrange for our hostess to greet your new neighbors. We welcome newcomers Mrs. Emma A. Swneningson from Minnesota; the John A. Evans family from Okinawa; and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald S. Parker and their two children from Ohio. Also on our welcome list is Mr. and Mrs. Dennis B. McCafferty and their child from Idaho; the Bruce D. Sipes fam ily from Arizona; and the Rev. and Mrs. Luther M. Holland and their three children from New Mexico. The Barton T. Rinehart family from Germany; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar 0. Berdahl and their four children from Ohio; and the Victor Kibely family from Maryland are all welcome new members of our community. Other recent arrivals include the Louis N. WoUkill family from Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Anders Ljungwe and their two children from Iowa; and the Hubert W. Miller family firom South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Van Wieren and their six children from Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. John R. Hanlon from Kansas; and the Robert L. Hardy family from Canada are welcome new residents. by Dottie Walters Also new to our area is Mr, and tilrs. Gary L. Buck and their baby from South Dakota; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene J. Ockeri from Michigan; and the Floyd W. Taylor family from El Se gundo. Mrs. Joelle E. Emery and her two children came to us from Arlington; the Rev. and Mrs. Halsey Dewey moved to our community from Claremont; and Sliss Jackie Peters came from Rialto. From Claremont came new comers Mr. and Mrs. Thomas W. Gilbert and their two chU- dren; from Fontana we welcome Mr. and Mrs. Leo P. Wil czewski; and from San Bernardino we greet Mr. and Mrs. Hari L. Ahl. New residents welcomed re cently to our community include Jfr. and Mrs. William A. Van Vacter from Yucaipa; Mr. and Mrs. Marvin SQver from San Bernardino; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard D. James and theu: two children from Rolling Hills. Our welcome to new neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. MiUigan and their two children from Gardena; also to the Charles E. Herrick family from San Diego; and to Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth L. Robinson from San Bernardino. will be open 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Redlands students entering exhibits are those who qualified by winning science faurs in the two junior high schools this month and last. Cope Junior high entrants will be Heary Benin, Scott Ghormley, Chris Loizeaux, David Mil ler, Paula Miller, Kenneth Hawks, Mark Miles, Mike Rog- the opportunity to attend the National Science Fair in Baltimore, May 6-9. There will be 30 prizes awarded Tuesday night following the judghig earlier in the day. Phoenix woman heads Redlands public housing MRS. WILMA BECKLEY Mrs. Beckley's most immediate qualification was her job before coming here. She was a 'leasing and occupancy officer" for 10 years with the Housing Authority of the city of Phoenix. In that post, she was responsible for the rental and. management of approximately SCO units of. city-owned public bous­ ing. In her Redlands post, she will have charge of 190 units in the three public housing developments. Mrs. Beckley is a native ol Kansas City, Mo., is married, currently resides in San Bernardino and has a 15-year-oid son, Dave. She and her husband moved to San Bernardino only recently so that he could be nearer the center of his operations. He is now a cattle buyer for ths Gem Packmg company but was the original owner and developer of the Glen Helen ranch, Inow owned by San Bernardino county. The public housing developments in Redlands are located at Brockton and Texas where her office is and on Lugonia. extending easterly from Orange street. Twenty units specifically designed for the elderly are part of the Redlands project on East Lugonia and were the first of this type to be built in Southern CaUfomia. Magazine features Locklin program People's Column Reader! or tha Facts ara InvUeil fa lead their thoichta an qneitlaas of public Interest for use in the People's Colamn. Pleasa ba brief. The writer's traa aama aad address most accompany each letter thonch pen names are permitted at tha adltor'a discretion. Brother, Can You Spare a Time tured in this month's issue of news magazine (Time, March "Lighting," published by the 27, 1964) carries an item that National Electrical Confractors U.S. Senators favoring the Civil Association. Rights bill are receiving a ris Cenfral California Navels will The article was written by jn« tide of anti-rights letftmi. move without volume restriction Mr. Locklm, president L o r a n The iteni states toat this tide for the balance of the season. Lighting Fixture on Walnut apparenUy is atfributabJe in Southern California wiU be per- road. Text and pictures are car- 8reat part to a racist advertise- mitted to ship 650 carloads next ried on three pages of the na- meat placed m some 200 U.S. week, however it is doubtful if tionaUy distributed magazine, newspapers by an anU - civU this prorate can be shipped due Mr. Locklin relates how he "Shts Coordmating Committee to the necessity of operating the and his origtoal shop foreman, FundamenUl American packinghouses at minimum Charles H. Ramsey, developed Freedom, Inc. A footnote states speed in order to properly the unique fixtures used m t^*' Committee's grade the fruit. Arizona will be Nightscaping and how the busi- ">oney comes from the "public- working under a prorate of 175 ness blossomed as its popular- financed Mississippi State cars of Valencias. Uy Increased. Sovereignty Commission." Much of the article explains What more striking proof do tha use of the special low-volt- fair minded people need to see age electrical system and flexi- Uiat our cherished words of ble burial cable which makes "crown thy good with brother- the Nightscaping fix-bood" are indeed being given tures unique. The illustrations the acid test? Tonight I ara writ- on the front cover of the maga- ing Senator Kuchel underscoring itae were Uken from photo- my support for first class citiz- graphs by Redlands Daily Facts enship for all. I sincerely urge Photographer Cliffonl J. Keni- all like-minded persons, regard- Ihe National Orange Show. U\soa. less of color, creed or poUtical ' party to dedicate a "lefter-time" Pettis asserts Ontario airport essential Letterman's club sponsors surfing movie in the ne.\t 24 hours and do the same. Can we afford to do less? Larry Miles 918 W. Clark St. While Rome Burns Editor Facts: So, Councilman Burroughs „ . ^ , . ^ „ .,, "Water-logged," a 90 minute wants to know if anything new ers, Pete Templeton and BUI surfing movie narrated and jjag been developed that justi- ^ T • ,.• u _ . produced by internationally ac- ges action on State Street's ri- Redlands Jumor high enttants claimed surfer and photogra- diculous fraffic pattern! wiU be Lmda Andrews, Pat pher Bruce Brown, will be How are these for develop- Bradley, Beverly Branson, Cur- shown Saturday, March 28 at ments' Us Caraway, Pamela Cum- 8:00 p.m. in Clock Auditorium , . Mary Wintergerst. The program is being spon-.- A wnoie new eiaoorate sec- The sponsoring Industry-Edu- sor^ by Bl^k''R'' Letter- 1"" ^i^T^ mcludmg a dress caUon CouncQ was organbed in S dub. '""^^'nt^nf""*^ T"' 1957 and consists of representa- ^Bruce Brown is noted for his ^^e^? TSmos eve;;' fives from many facete of busi- fasdnaUng surfing photography fj^ ness and educaUon in the two and humorous narraUon. hav- , ; . . , . counties. ing photographed and produced . 3- Intensive planmng on new Bedlanders now serving on such hits as "Slippery When developments just west of Marthe Council include Dr. Gilbert Wet," "Surf Crazy," "Surfing Basket. Brown and Dr. Elsie Glbbs of Hollow Days," and "Barefoot <• A new bank on Colton ave- the UR faculty, Robert G. Camp- Adventure." "Water - logged" nue at Orange St. beU, RHS principal and Jerry features the best firom these 5. Lange and Runkel's elabor Brownson, personnel director of four popular fihns, totaling al- ate new complex way out on Aerospace corporaUon. most a hundred thousand miles Alabama. Sweepstakes winners in next of fravel searching for and rid- e. Elaborate plans bdng made week's Science Fair and tteir ing waves aU over the world, for' t new resta^ant on science teachers, wiU be given "Water-logged" features shots bama St. i " Full development of Ontario IntemaUonal Airport is essential to Southern California, despite the claims of a Stanford Research Institute report, Jerry Pettis declared today. Pettis urged San Bernardino County communities to band together to press for . expansion of the Ontario facility on a par with Los .Angeles. "Ontario is the loscal choice for a second major airport in Southern California" the Republican candidate for Congress asserted. "It already has excellent facilities, and has demonstrated it can capably handle large volume transcontinental jet traffic." Pettis challenged both the statistics and the condusions in the Stanford Research Institute report, which contended that Los Angeles International Airport could adequately handle all Southland commercial ah: traffic for the next 25 years. "It just isn't tine," Petiis mamUined. "The millions of residents in eastern Los Angeles, San Bernardino and Riverside Counties need a first class, nearby major airport It will best serve both the region's economy and the air fraveler to continue Ontario International's growth on a par with Los Angeles." Pettis, a former airline pilot and at 47 still an active flyer, proposed that Inland Southern California communities press for expansion of regularly scheduled airline service at Ontario. About People Marine Private Rodney L. Haltom, son of C. L. Haltom, 1332 Campus avenue, Redlands, completed recruit training recently at Uie Marine Corps Re emit Depot, San Diego. TREASURE HOUSE Your tmused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. FOR LEASE 30 X 70-H. Building for Commercial Use, Complete With Office, at 415 No. Fifth Street. Excellent Condition. See TED FLETCHER at 501 No. Fifth St. or Phone 793.2271. Dr. and Mrs. Lawrence A. Ek and S. J. Yerkes of Glendale and Mr. and Mrs. Paul V. Moffatt of MontebeOo were in Redlands today and attended burial services conducted this momfaig for John A. Sharp who died Wednesday. While here, the group were guests at the Hd- mer L. Ek home in Terracina Park. of surfing in Hawaii. California, jj^ , _. Old M«dco. Australia and Flor- ^^'^^.^ZeZnTc^ ^ Ida. * Wat«-logged is fuU of ^ y honestly water-Ioggedfun, escapades and ^"l^t, StreThas a good misadventures which are thCj ^wg^, surfers way of life and tiie es- P*"^" ^ ^ sence of this exceUent sports .No - on second thought, I and ti-avel film. thmk it is their anxiety to do nothing. Paul L. Swisher 647 E. Citnis Design change in Yucaipa trailer park Value engineers to meet Jack R. Schlapkohl, interior communications technician fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. J, Schlapkohl, 1365 Beryl avenue, Mentone, departed Long Beach, March 15 aboard the guided missile destroyer USS Berkeley for a tour of duty wiUi tile Seventh Fleet in t h e Far East. Berkeley, one of the newest fieet destroyers, is equipped with the most modem communications, electronics, and missile systems. She is capable of detecting, tracking and de-i sti^yuig enemy air, surface, and| sub-surface units. I SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- A change in the design plan for The monthly dinner meeting a Yucaipa trailer park was ac- of Uie Inland Empire Section cepted Thursday by the County of the Society of American Planning Commission, so long Value Engineers (SAVE) is as the new design affects only scheduled for Thursday, April the interior of the park. 2, 6 p.m., at the Officers Chib, Leon Keding, of the commis- Norton Ait Force Base, sion's technical staff, said Anthony R. Tocco, national Clark Healy, with a park be- president of SAVE and manag- tween 5th and 6tb, south of Yu- er, value engineering of TRW caipa boulevard, had asked for Space Technology Laboratories, acceptance of his new interior will be the featured speaker, design after approval of his site for a park. Switching of recreation and storage areas was the big difference, Keding said, and com missions^ approved the rede-j sign ai an improvement over the one ori^ally approved. Bellows dies at age of 61 Elmer E. Bellows, owner of Bellows' Lodge at Big Bear Lake for the past 18 years, died shortly after midnight yesterday morning at Laurel hospital in San Bemardico. The resort owner, bom in East Greenbusb, N.Y., was 61 years old at the time of his death. He leaves his wife, Mrs. Ann Bellows; two sons, Howard Bellows of Redlands and David Bellows of Pomona; four grandchildren and two sisters, one in Nevada and another in San Francisco. Funeral services win be conducted at 2 p.m. tomorrow at St. Paul's Episcopal church in Pomona. QUADS DIE SIENA, Italy (UPI) - Mrs. Elisabetta Cadai, 39, wife of a farmer, gave birth to quadruplets Thursday but all four babies died within a few hours. They were two months premature. Poultry and Eggs tOS ANGELES. March ST tOPI) — Eggc pricM to reUilcn f.o.b. to distributor plant* (dcUvcrad l',4 «nt» Wgbtrl: AA txtr« Urge 48^4-«l"^, A ertr» targe «!4-48i4; AA large 3»H-43*%, A targ« ««i-M%. B large 33V4-34VJ, AA medium 34?4-3754. A medium MHi-33(4, AA inuJl 29!4- 32Jb. A KnmU a7V4-28<4. Prices to consumers: AA large 3958, A large 30-54. AA medium 39-S4. A mwlium «-4», AA <man *a^, A fBian 40-«. Poultry: Fryers 18^4-20. roasters J1-- 25, light type hens 4-5 wtd. a»g. 4.63, Hens cros» 5-e wtd. avg. SM; turMyc Inrer roasttn 21, youos hen* 34. CYMESS HRRACE A^rtment Hornet from 91I$.M 325 E. CYPRESS AVE. Call 793-537C SUNDAY MORNING DO-NUT aUB 3 - «- 9 Deubles FREE COFFEE! 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