Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 31, 1964 · Page 6
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 31, 1964
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6 - Toes^ March 31, 1964 Redlands Daily Facts Yucaipa kennel wins approval for expansion of SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- A campaign to prevent expan sion of: a Yucaipa kennels failed Monday at a crowded bearing before the County Board Supervisors. Property owners in the area around • 13th street, south Kentucky avenue, appealed to the Supervisors to over-rule ap prwal by the County Planning Commission of Walter F Hahn's plans for expanding his kennels. The Rahn kennels are on the west side of 13th, south of Ken tucky, and the planning com mission on Feb. 20 approved his property for a kennels for 80 dogs, compared with the 40, that the site now accommodates. The area is zoned for light industrial use, and the planning comimssioo held that this allows kennels, so there was no reason to disapprove the expansion. " The appeal to Supervisors to over-rule the commission was made by Alfred and Inda Schlemer, on the grounds that the noise and smells from the existing kennels will he in creased and be detrimental to the private residences in the area. Supervisor S. Wesley Break, in whose district the area is located, told Mrs. Schlemer the zoning permits dog kennels, talked to you people about zoning," he said. "But you said leave us atone.' You've been left alone, and this is what bap- pens." A protest was made by James Miller, who plans to spend $200,000 to put a 78-space trailer park in the immediate •Tea. But he was told that the coning allows kennels, so he should have checked the zoning before he started his project. Stanford Herliek, county counsel, told Supervisors that all the things said by those in protest were "immateriaL" The zoning allows the kennels and the site approval by the planning commission makes it legally impossible to do any-j thing but approve the expansion; Herliek said. Supervisor Break then moved that the commission approval be upheld, but he added the condition that six-foot block walls be erected at the two ends of the kennels facilities, where the neighbors will not be protected by the actual buildings where the dogs are to be housed. . Pilot tells of control tower collapse EDITOR'S NOTE: Chuck Koi ter, 33, a former Miami Beach resident and now a pilot with an Alaskan airline, witnessed the collapse of the control tower at Anchorage during the Good Friday earthquake. Here is his story. HonCK or REAIUNG ON PETITION FOB PftOBATE OF WILL, AKO FOB LETTEKS TEStAMENTAEV No. 33«3 In the Superior Court of the State of CaUfemia, ts ud {or the County of Stn Bcnutdino. In thoMattcr of the Eitate of MATm CABFEB, Deceased. Notlca U hereby (Iven that the peUUon of Marde Keisler for the ProbaU of Wm of Mattie Carper, the above named deewient, and for the laiuaBca of Lctten Testamentary thereon to Marde Xeuler, petlUon- er. Rfennc* to which is hereby made lor further parUculars, wUl be heard at 8:30 o'clock a.m.. on Friday, AprU 10, 1964. In the court room of the Probate Department. Boom 308 of the above enUtled Couit at th* courthouse in the City of San Bernardino In the above desisnated county and state. Dated March 27. 1964. V. DSNNIS WARDUE, Clerk. By Edith Campbell. Deputy Clerk. CRABLES A. BIERSCHBACH, Attorney at Law, 12U, West SUte Street. Bedlands, California. Attorney for Petitioner. iFlrst publication Mar. 30. 1964) By CHUCK KOZLER As Told To UPl ANCH0R.4GE (UPI) - First, tlie tower began whipping. Then the wmdows popped out. When it fell, it was like slow motion. It was as if someone was cutting slices off the hot torn. It just sort of fell straight down into the terminal. It was weird. When the quake stopped, 1 could hear someone yeUhig for help. Slyself and a couple of other fellows rau over and climbed up into what was left of the lower and pulled a guy out. We sent him to the hospital. He was a bloody mess. He got cut by all that glass, I guess. I saw a dead guy too. He was wearing argyle socks, I can tell you that. His feet were sticking out. The rest of him was under a concrete slab about a foot thick. Mentone queen togetCofC trophy Thea Owens, who wa."! Men tones' 1964 Orange Show queen entry, will be awarded a trophy as one of the highlights of tomorrow's 7:30 p.m. Mentone Chamber of Commerce meeting in the Women's clubhouse. William Jacinto, Chamber president, will make the presentation with the assistance ofj Walter Meyer who was chair man of the Slentone Queen com-| mittee. C. A. Partridge, Chamber sec retary, also reported today that the appointment of a nominating committee for the selection of a slate of candidates for next year will be among the items of important business tomorrow evenmg. The nominating committee will make its report on May 6 and the election will be held on Jime 3. Officers elected at that time will assume their duties as of July 1. Blast rips Belgian embassy in Paris Crescent City residents failed to heed warnings CRESCENT CITY, Calif. (UPI) — Reluctance of Crescent City residents to heed warnings prior to Saturday's tidal wave may have caused up to 25 deaths, according to Del Norte County officials. The powerful surge of'the Pa cific created by the Alaskan earthquake smashed 29 blocks of Crescent City at 1:40 a.m. Saturday, taking 10 lives and starting a fire that burned out the downtown area of this Northern California fishing and lumber community of 3,000. Fifteen others are still missing. Damage estimates for ISO stores and SO homes and to city facilities flooded and burned ranged from ^ to ¥40 million. 'Early warnings were relayed by sheriff's deputies to everyone they could find in the area affected," William Parker, Deg Norte County Civil Defense Director, explained Monday.. He added "I've been here 16 Six Steel firms in no contest plea years and I'd hate to guess how many times we've had warnings that turned out to be nothing." . Director John W. Gaffhey of the California Disaster Office in Sacramento confirmed that messages went by teletype to Civil Defense headquarters, the sheriffs and the chief of police's offices at Crescent City late Fri­ day night forecasting a series of tidal waves. Z' But he also told of "ax or seven false alarms within tHe' last year alone." As a result when Crescent City residents heard the Friday night warnings, they paid very little attention. 'I heard them by local radio news," recalled Lew Wilson, an airline clerk who lives outside town. "So, after midnighL, I went down to drive around and see what the wave had done. Lots of us did. Fortunately, I left before the big one hit" "TIMBER" - Residents of Sylvan Mobile Estotes enjoyed a demonstration of the lumberjoclt's Qrt Saturday when experts of the Jack Pyron Tree Service felled the top of a giant eucalyptus, exactly where intended, then brought down the rest of the tree. Arrow indicates topper who works from aerial platform. (Facts photo by Arnie Barbeau) Big drum stolen TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar ket tlirough Classified Ads. EASTBOURNE, Eng. (UPI)Twenty-minutes before the Irish Guards band concert on the Eastbourne Promenade Monday, someone cried with disbelief "somebody's pinched the big drum." Eight hours later, a maid who was cleaning a room in Eastbourne's New Wilmingtou Hotel, found a bed tilted at an unusual angle. Under it was the guards' drum. "We had a rugger team staying here over Easter," said Mrs. Irena Bridges. "But how that drum was smuggled into the hotel, I don't know." SLEEPS IN WINDOW DIJON, France (UPI)—Ales sandro Di Meo, a tourist from Milan, Italy, was awakened by police Monday night as he slumbered in an easy chair in the window of a furniture shop here. He told them he was unable to find a room here, so he decided to break the shop's window and sleep in the chair. PARIS (UPI)—An explosion ripped through the fourth-floor washroom of the Belgian Embassy here today mjuring at least three persons. Embassy officials said an in vestigation was underway but refused further comment. First reports indicated dam age was severe. Seeks to abolish her coroner job FREEHOLD, N.J. (UPI)Mrs. Anna M. Murray, one of three Union County coroners, has called a "useless coroners convention" to promote abolition of the job. Mrs. Murray said the job, which she thinks is unneces-| sary, could be buried by legis lative spadework. LOS ANGELES (UPI) —United States Steel Corp. and five other firms involved in the manufacture of steel and concrete pipe pleaded no contest Monday to charges of violating federal anti-trust laws. U.S. Dist. Judge Albert Lee Stephens set April 13 to hear a probation report and to set a date for sentencing the six companies and eight officers of the accused firms who made similar pleas. The judge accepted the pleas of nolo contendere over strenu ous objections from government attorneys. Firms indicted in addition to U.S. Steel were Kaiser Steel Corp., Smith-Scott Inc., United States Industries Inc., American Pipe and Construction Co. and United Concrete Pipe Corp. The indictment contended the defendants conspired from 195861 to determine which manufacturer wouhl submit a low bid on a project. SKADRON SUPERIOR REAL ESTATE SCHOOL NEW CLASS NOW STARTING ATTEND FREE On Tuesday. March 31, at 8 P.M. 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That freedom is ECONOMIC FREEDOM- the right of private citizens to own property; to buy and sell their goods and services on the free market; and to enjoy the rewards of their economic efforts as they see fit - all without undue restraint or control by our government. If a government assumes a dominant role in the economic activity of a country (as under socialism, communism, dictatorships) it immediately gains the power to grant or withhold from the individual citizen the basic economic requirements of food, clothing and shelter. For such a government can tell you what work you vvill do, where you will do it, and how much you will be paid. In fact, it must do so in order to implement its national economic plannuigJ Once a government has this economic control, it can control every aspect of your life. And history proves that sooner or later it does so. Consequently, there can be no enduring liberty and freedom for the individual without a reasonably free economy. That is, a society in which the bulk of the economic activity is carried on by private enterprise operating in a free market. A free economy is a iundamental freedom. Without it, most, if not all, of the other freedoms granted by our Bill of Rights would eventually be taken from us. UNION OIL COMPANY OF CALIFORNIA (76^ Refiners of the West's most powerful gasolines

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