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4 - Friday, April 10, 1964 kedlands Daily tacts DE MOIAY OFFICERS - Shown with iheir new Chapter Sweetheart, Nancy Williams, ore these three elective oHicers of the Redlands chapter. Order of De Molay, who will be installed to their new posts in ceremonies tomorrow evening. New officers are (I to r) Steve Hillery, master councilor; Ken Lowrance, senior councilor, and Mike Smith, junior councilor. Miss Williams will also be installed tomorrow. (Facts photo) Sfeve Hif/er/ insfaffecf master councilor Steve HUlery will be installed as master councilor of the Red- laads Chapter, Order of OeMo- lay, in public ceremonies tomorrow, 8 p.m., at the Masonic ;Temple. Other elective officers to be installed with him are Ken Lowrance, senior councilor, and Mike Smith, junior councilor. Nancy Williams, newly elected Chapter Sweethart, will also be installed. The cew master councilor is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ceorge Hillery, 144 E. Ores .cent. Lowrance is the son of "Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lowrance, 1615 Via Vista drive and Smith is the grandson of Iklr. and Mrs. W. C. Smith, Rte. L In addition to the elective of-' fleers, there are 17 appointive posts which will also be filled tomorrow evening. Those named to ser\'e in these capacities are Glen Jenkins, sem'or deacon;' Jlike Weaver, junior .deacon; Steve Mann, senior [steward; Keith Barron, junior steward. Phil Merchant, orater; Terry Harbison, chaplain; BUI Holcombe, marshal; Mike Keyn- olds, standard bearer; Ron Fos, scribe; John Hurst, sentinel. The following will be installed as preceptors: Dick Wiley. Sylvester Granillo, Ralph Facconc, David Emerich, Dale Radford, Bill Spencer and Dick Courtney. The public is invited to the installation and to the recep- 'tion and dance which follows. Study given to change of zone requirements SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — An amendment to the county's zomng laws to allow relaxation of the requirements for a "zoning variance" was taken under consideration Thursday by the County Planning Commission. Variances clear the way for a property owner to use his land for something not specifically permitted in the zoning on his land, and members of the County Planning Commission have expressed their general distaste for granting variances. . The proposal for changmg variance requirements was submitted to the commission by Marshall Miles, deputy county counscL I AroxwnrcourTHUTK VOX REDLANDS • 123 Caien Strnt • FT. 3-<331 Dally Through Sun. 2 P.M. Men. and Tues. from 7 P. M. In Color Frankie Avalon "MUSCLE BEACH PARTY" Alto In Color Cliff Richards "SUMMER HOLIDAY" Vacation Fun For All "We are trying to make the law more lenient, and also to make it necessary for the commission to follow the law," Miles said. He explained that the Board of Supervisors has reversed the commission on its zoning rulings more times than it should because commissioners have never stated clearly why they were granting variances. "Decisions by the Board are mostly political," said Commissioner John Tomlinson, and Commissioner Will C. Collett added: "I'll join that" Neil Pfulb, county planning director, told the commission that people apply for things they thmk they will get. He said another nearby county has very few variance requests because the plannmg commission there rarely grants them. In the proposed change of San Bemardmo County law, the big difference would be that the requirement that other properties in the immediate area have the advantage asked by a variance applicant would be dropped. In addition, the commission would have to give its reasons each time for granting a variance. PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES Show Starts 6:45 P. M. — All Drive-Ins TRI-CITY DRIVE-IN STUDIO THEATRE 448 W. Baselin* TU 5640S Now Pitying Both Theatres Buddy Ebsen "MAIL ORDER BRIDE" In Color Co-Hitl Try City "Global Affair" Co-Hiii Studio "Incrediblo Mr. Limper BASELINE DRIVE-IN NEW CREST THEATRE Sth & "E" Stt. San Bdna Cont. 12:30 _ TU M247 Now Pitying Both Theatres Gregory Peck Tony Curtis "CAPTAIN NEWMAN, M. D." Both Color Co-Hit! Baselina Co-Hitl Crtst "Brass Battle" "Muscle Baach Party" SmngTonie? TRY DISNEYLAND Don't Bsbi Spnng Fener. ..EnJoT it \ritli a f tm -£lled fanuly "riat to the Esppiest on Earth] 60 Acres of AUrsctioiis, Amusemaits, EzUUts afid Enieriainmenls guaiantced to JeKgti the yoms at heart of all ages, Plaa TODR Vint tha WEEKEND Honrs: 10 AM-6 PM (Wei-Tfajr.-Fri.) 10AM-7PM(Sat.Smi.) tell hn Fnnq; It KaAor Eld, bibB .'f People's Column Readcri of Ifae Fact* ire Invited to tend tbeir thonihti on qncilioni or public Interest (or nia In tha People's Colamn. Fleaie ba brief. Tbe wrlter'a trna aama and addreii mast accompany each letter thonch pen names are permitted at the cdUor'a discretion. "Compulsory" Means "Dictatorship" Editor Facts: Rubbish collection? Yes I cir culated a petition to get the rubbish collection on the Ballot. The word "compulsory," to me is the same as dictatorship. Of course we should have rubbish collection. For those who desire this service, we have always had a clean City, why should any one think that we of Bedlands would stoop so low to make oiu: city unsanitary, and unpleasant to live in? Could it be Politics in our city government I am going to vote "Yes" on this proposJtioD and hope you will vote "Yes" ^also. It is time for the voting ipubh'c to express their opinion. Hershel McQumn, 1157 Judson street. Apathy It Not «ha Road To Intelligent Voting Editor Facts: . On Wednesday night, a public {forum was held in the Grace Mullen Auditorium at which .time each of the 7 candidates {for the Bedlands City Council| were availed the opportunity to present their views and answer questions. I would like to take this opportunity to extend my congratulations to the Junior Chamber of Commerce for arranging a meetuig of this type to enable the Redlands electorate the opportunity to become acquainted with each of the candidates. There were in attendance at this forum less than 100 citizens. The great majority appeared to be family or immediate friends of the candidates. With a total of 13,1£5 registered voters in the community of Redlands, the attendance at the forum represented less than 1 per cent of the total electorate. One of the prime freedoms provided an American citizeq is the right and privilege to vote for tbe candidate of his choice. To intelligently exercise this right requires an electorate adequately informed in not only the issues but the relative capabilitis of the candidates seeking public offic. In the face of difficult state, national and international prob- ilems, the importance of local I government is often lost However, what must be realized is that the strength of the elected officials at the state and national level frequently comes from experience gained in local political activity. Furthermore, competency, integrity and self sufficiency in local government is the best deterrent to the "Big Brother" phil osophy of a welfare state. ; AL 5 I have in this letter con igratulated the members of the I Redlands Junior Chamber of Commerce for providing this [public forum, I at the same time wish to indicate my deep concern over the apathetic Redlands support in an area of political activity which concerns each one of us in our day to day life. The excuse which is often offered that what can a angle individual do to fight "ttty Hall" is a well-worn cliche .which only further exemplifies I the all too frequent apathy and disinterest which the electorate demonstrates in support of llwlitical acdrity. An informed citizenry is an intelligent citizenry. An intelligent citizenry is necessary to maintain the freedoms which we all so dearly cherish and too often take for granted. George D. Ellis, Jr. 330 Franklin. In this column last week we commented that Southern California Navel orange growers were disgruntled over the fact that Central California was rushing the Valencia season by getting into volume movement at the time.Navels from the south were at their peak movement While there is no comparison in eating quality be- ween the two varieties, the shipment of Valehcias will have an adverse effect on the entire market, and this is already being felt To add insult to injury, some chain stores .have been bringing Florida Valencias into Southern California. This week one chain in Redlands advertised Florida Valencias at a price they could have sold first class Navels for. Here again, there is no comparison between the Florida "color-added" product and the naturally high colored California Navels. With tbe abundance of California's finest oranges grown right in this area there seems to be no excuse for importing this kind of merchandise to compete and growers as well as those who profit from the citrus industry m the state should express their sentiments in no uncertain terms. Competition from other areas became secondary in the minds I of shippers as the Uireat of a railroad strike seemed imminent At the time of this writing an embargo has been TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. CITRUS OUTLOOK By W. A. Brunton Taxi service available for voters Tuesday A Voters' Ta.\i Service will be conducted by the Committee Against Compulsory Rubbish Collection during Tuesday's city election, committee chairman Col. Paul Jacobs announced to day. "We will provide a free taxi service during the entire time the polls are open. This service will be available to any voter who needs transportation between his or her home and their] polling place," Col. Jacobs ex- plamed. Polling places will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. "This public service is being provided so that no voter need miss voting because of an_ inability to get to the polls," Jacobs said. In an effort to clear up con fusion on the wording of the proposed initiative rubbish ordinance. Col. Jacobs explained that a "Yes" vote is a vote for the initiative measure and a "No" vote is a vote for the con tinuance of the ordinance now in effect Jorgenson conducts school league band , Under the baton of guest con- {ductor James Jorgenson, director of Band at the University of Redlands, a concert was performed by the Desert-De^za League Schools Honor Band Wednesday evening at the university. The concert culminated a day I of arduous instruction from Mr. Jorgenson who skillfully combined selected musicians from ten high schools in the two leagues. Participating schools and their band directors included Yucaipa, Robert Carter; Perris, Robert Mabee; Beaumont Sam Terry: Hemet Larry Mattox; San Jacinto, Dan Har- .rison; 29 Palms, Darrell Sans- jser; Banning, On,-al Washburn; Coachella, Thomas PlonsU; Elsinore, Kenneth Leason; and Indio, Curtess, Peterson. The seventy-five members of the Honor Band were dressed in uniforms of their respective schools. Selected to represent Yucaipa on the Honor Band were Nancy Haas, flute; Diana Carter, oboe;Eurece Obermeyer, clarinet; Richard Bailey, clarmet; Brian Brocker, alto sax; Jim Maddox, bassoon: Ron Cowan, trumpet and Phil Catalano, trombone. placed on all rail shipping and unless a settlement is reached activity in the citrus business will grind to a virtual halt There are simply not enough trucks to move the volume of fruit that needs to be moved and aU operations would, have to be curtailed immediately. Coming at this late date in the Navel season any prolonged! strike would be dsastrous as the fruit is very mature and every day lost will take its toll. It is inconceivable that a strike of any duration wUl be tolerated and more factors in the industry are optimistic that no irreparable damage will re suit Demand for Navel oranges continued strong this week and prices ruled firm to higher. Large sizes in the auctions were bringing prices reminis-j cent of a year ago while the medium and smaller sizes were giving a good account of them selves. Supplies have been on] the light side thereby causingj buyers to actively hid for what they needed. Last week a total of 95 cars sold in the auctions at prices averaging $4.34 per carton delivered, compared to $4.58 the previous week when 99 cars were auctioned. Fifteen cars of Arizona Valencias were auctioned last week, averaging S3.62 per carton delivered, down from $3.78 the preceding week. Florida sold 63 cars of Valencias at prices averaging $368 per carton. Total sales in all channels last week amounted to 758 cars of Navels which brought prices averaging $3.19 per carton F.O.B. shippmg point a gain of 3 cents over the prior week and 114 cars of Valencias from Arizona sold at prices averag mg $2.89 F.O.B., an improve ment of 4 cents. Southern California Navels will move for the balance of the season without prorate re striction as only 1000 cars remain for shipment after this week. These will probably be strung out over the next three to four weeks. Central California Valencia shippers submitted Early Ma turity applications for a total of 673 cars for shipment next week, however the Valencia Orange Administrative Committee voted to alloted only fifty per cent of the requests, cut-| tmg prorate for next week to 336 cars from that area. Arizona shippers will be permitted to ship 225 cars of Valencias and shippers in Orange County who made appUcati'on were granted prorate for ten cars. Needs at the Family service Association were explained during the board meeting Wednesday by Mrs. Lucille Older, executive secretary. Canes and "monkey" bars, attachment placed at tbe head of a bed making it possible for a patiest to move himself, are eurrenUy needed, said Mrs. Older. She also called attoiUon to the assistance given to a civilian emptoye at Norton Air F o r e e Base who recently returned to her duties after a six-month leave of absence due to illness. The empbye has expressed her appreciation for assistance from the F.S.A. through the United Fund which made it possible for her to have correc-' five surgery for the crippling re-j suits of poUo. The Family Service is one of the agencies which receives aid firoin the N o r t o n fall fond campaign. Mrs. OMer reported 97 cases carried over from the previoizs month and 22 new cases wiOi 14 re-opened. Cases active during the month were 96 with 48 receiving aid and 32 cbsed at the month's end. Incidental services numbered 43 and the total number of individuals helped was 571. Alex Scott presented his report as treasurer and noted that funds for help in psychiatric care were low at this time. Nine families are currently represented in treatment cases. Donations for this purpose will be gratefully accepted by the agency. Miss Esther Gregg, viating If 's HARTZELL For City Council BECAUSE: ic Ha It EXPERIENCED in Local Government •k H« Boliovts THE PUBLIC Should B« Kept Informed On All City Problomt. ic He Wants to De Hit Share to Preservo tho BEAUTY and CULTURE of Redlands. •k Ha it For Mora ECONOMY In Government. -k Ho Want! DESIREABLE INDUSTRY - To Lettcn the Homeowners Tax lead. •k Ha Bclievet In the REVITALIZATION of DOWNTOWN REDLANDS. WILLIAM T. HARTZELL Incumbent (Political Advtrtlaemgnt) Vote April 14 CHARLES (Chuck) DeMIRJYN for COUNCILMAN 3^ ^ I WANT TO REPRESENT YOU ON THE REDLANDS Cmf COUNCIL AND I NEED YOUR SUPPORT. family Service association heeds revealed to board nurse, reported 26 cases con- |tinued daring the month from the precedmg month and three new cases. Miss Gregg made |118 home calls during March. President John E. Mdcher read a letter from the Commu- Inity Chest asking for SO names of persons willing to work on the next Chest drive. Material has arrived for distribution to church and other About People Charitt W. McCelleugh, fireman, USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. W. McCoUough, 443 West Palm avenue, is serving aboard the submarine USS Blueback, operating out of Pearl Harbor, EawaiL University of Radland* professor Dr. William G. Stryker, a member of the board of directors of the Southern California Council of Teachers of English, will attend the Council's spring conference at Los Angeles Trade Technical College, on April 18. Thomas A. Hellingwerth, Jr., 12822 Bums lane, has been awarded a laboratoi^ instnict- orship at Texas Christian University for the 1964-65 school year. He will work toward a Doctor of PhOosopby degree in chemistry. Ebllingworth is a graduate of Redlands high school and received a B.A. degree from the University of California in 1964. groups to be^ sewing for tbe Commnnity Christmas Sbop, reported Mrs. Wilh'am Throop. chairman of this project Sewing groups will work on girls' dresses, btouses, slips, pajamas and nightgowns; sleepers for children sizes one through three, boys' shirts and pajamas. These Iwill be returned by December 1. Attendmg the meeting were Mmes. Throop, Harold Baker. Edward Darrah, John Surr, Wendell Morrisset Frank E. Moore, Malcolm Chambers, Lloyd Young, Stewart Hotchkiss and Older; Miss Sybel Loughead and Messrs. Melcher,- Scott William Mulligan, Frank Bums, Elmer Parks, William Brunton and Henry Wilson. Garnet Grigsby new president of court clerks , Mrs. Garnet Grigsby will be installed as president of the (California Justice Court Clerks association of San Bernardino county at ceremonies in Victor- |viUe on April 25. Mrs. Grigsby is clerk of the Redlands Justice court in the county building on Brookside avenue. Other officers to be installed with her are Fat Mathews, first vice president. Upland; Dorothy Slayman, second vice president Highland; Vicki Hartman, secretary, Colton, and Ida M. Fardue, treasurer. Big Bear. (Politieil AdVCTtlKinent) It IS our considered opinion, pur earnest conviction, that Jack Cummlngs is qualified in every respect to represent us — ALL of us — effectively and prudently on the City Council. Join with us, won't you, in seating him at the council table? We need him! Lloyd Yount Charles 0. Pierpoint Percy L. Jones, Jr. Mrs. Frandne Kern Lois Fair Wilson Mrs. RuUi Kackley William L. Kiley Jean B. Leonard Beulah R. Luko Gerald A. Lamb Lois Manning Leslie E. Marshall Cornelius Mulder Burt P. Marcum Ellswortii E. Miller Gertrude McCourtney Mrs. Irene L. Moore Lester E. Owen G. C. Zimmerman Edmund L. Zander Patricia D. Pratt Helen E. Poole Francis R. Reay Elgar E. Runkel Olive Jane Sepulveda Mrs. Miriam B. Schott Mrs. C. E. Swing Mrs. Nancy M. Stacy Mrs. Nancy B. SmiUi Dorothy A. Stanley Hazel H. Strandberg CynUiia M. Sims Mrs. Arthur W. Smith Walter G. Tyson S. Tedesco Mrs. Helen Walsh Nadine H. WilUams Jack A. Beaver Mrs. Richard Gaston Harrold B. Belcher Clarence Downing KenneUi M. Hurlbert George J. Hollenberg Vernon Dombach, Jr. Walter R. Johnson Mrs. Dorothy Bruckart William H. Johnson, Jr. Glenn V. Nicholas, D.C. William E. Umbach Mrs. Herbert E. Owens Mrs. Howard Brover Mrs. Dorothy L. Burke Mildred V. Hamilton Myron J. Talbert MJ). ibs, F. H. Auerbacher Mr. & ilrs. Robert Scholton Dr. & Mrs. Marc Jack Smith Mr. & Mrs. James B. Fox, Jr. Jlr. & Mrs. Howard Norris Dr. & Mrs. Ward S. MUler Dr. & Mrs. Judson Sanderson Dr. & Mrs. Louis Merlins Mr. & Mrs. William T. Hardy Mr. & Mrs. Carl S. Ledbetter Mr. Ic Mrs. Albert Drusedum Rev. & Mrs. Stanley Silke Mr. & Mrs. William Paterson Mr. & Mrs. Vernon Gaston Mr. & Mrs. William T. Boone Ronald R. Rieke, D.D.S. Mr. & Mrs. Wayne E. Bradley Mr. & Mrs. Robert L. BeU Mrs. Dorothy M. Barron Mr. & Mrs. Kenton W. Corwin Mr. & Mrs. Paul Crawford Mr. & Mrs. Frank M. Childs Rev. Jaime 0. Quinones Mr. & Mrs. Jesse B. Novell Mr. & Mrs. Kent K. Hayden, Jr.. Richard C. Hardy, D.D.S. Mr. & Mrs. Ray Jacobs Mr. & Mrs. Charles C. Parker Howard S. Hurlbut, Jr. Mr. & Mrs. Richard Holechek Mr. & Mrs. Gerald D. SmiUi Dr. & Mrs. Robert L. Morlan Mr. ic Mrs. Wayne R. Germain Mr. & Mrs. Larry H. Hendon Mr. & Mrs. Robert Van Roekel Mr. & Mrs. James Sloan Jlr. & Mrs. Stanley L. Combs Mr. & Mrs. Ronald G. Nelson Mr. & Mrs. Delbert P. Germam Mr. & Mrs. Samuel S. Sewall Mr. & Mrs. Ted Runner Sam T. Knappenbcrger. M.D. Mrs. Luella 0. Lmdenberger Mr. & Mrs. Stanley MadejewsU Mrs. Bl-mche E. Mitchefl Mr. & Mrs. Howard J. Nakken Mrs. Candelaria Ramirez Mr. & Mrs. Ernest W. Richards Mr. & Mrs. Robert H. Sherrod Dr. & Mrs. Frank R. Serrao Mrs. Donald H. Simpson Rev. & Mrs. John Jensen Dr. i Mrs. William J. Moore Mr. & Mrs. Phil J. Disparte Mr. & Mrs. Alen C. BitcUe Jerome Brownson Brooke Sawyer S. John Salveson Ray F. Canterbury Richard B. Cook, Jr. EUis Ward Mrs. William Howard George F. Ashton Mrs. Ira Aplin Helen Arth H. Cleo Burns James T. BetheU Pauline Bradley Rev. Ivan B. Bell H. H. Brannon, Jr. L. Roy Coble John H. Coleman John Dunkerken Clare H. Day Mrs. J. R. Eps Marie B. Glass Paul H. Gerrard Rose Grisaraore Russell Goodwin Mildred M. Gardner.. J. E. Holmes, Jr. ElizabeUi M. Haynes Frank L. Hall Mayme B. Harris A. 0. Jones Charles P. Culp William W. Main Martin H. Munz Byms Fagerburg Ralph E. Hone Lester H. Phillips William R. Parker C. Paul Ulmer Clifford L. Brewster Mark Beguelin Edward L. Jury Charles E. Juran Lewis Pierce Mary S. Pierce Herbert L. Bell Shelby Charles Dan N. McLeod Harold Kurchner D. J. Stewart William G. Stryker Margaret V. Sharp Paul Gleason David G. .Postos James E. Verdieck L. H- Holden Ray L. Weaver This Ad Prepared and Paid lor by Friends of Jack Cummlngs Jack Cummings Administrator X

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