Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 21, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 21, 1964
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4 - Tues., April 21,1964 RedlandsDailY Facts Technician requested Supervisors to consider planning aid for Yucaipa A request that a county Planning Department technican be assigned regular office hours in Yucaipa for the convenience of Yucaipa Valley residents will be considered by the Board of Supervisors early next month. The Yucaipa Valley Board of Realtors has petitioned the Supervisors to make arrangements for the planning technician to be stationed at the County Branch Building on Yucaipa boulevard at least twice a week. Continued growth and the in convenience of obtaining planning advice from the San Bernardino office were given as the reason for the request. A hearing has been set for 11 a. m. May 5. Yucaipa Realtcr Thornton Kevett related: "Under the present set-up, if a subdivider, a contractor, a real estate man, or a properly owner planning a new home seeks zoning in- (formation, he must make a 50 mile round trip to San Bernardino or make a long-distance telephone call. "On the telephone we are frequently kept waiting as long as 15 to 20 minutes while toll charges are running up before the information is ' forthcoming." , 1 The Realtors indicated they [would seek support.from the Yucaipa Chamber of Commerce. MENTONE-CRAFTpN By CEN SCHMIDT Facts Mentone Correspondent Telephone Redlands 794-1903 |brary has this informative and amusing work. Mr. Nichols starts with his ingenious ideas for designing i garden, discusses all kinds flowers and shrubs, and writes of that mysterious chemistry between gardener and flower. Mr. and Mrs. OHo Schmidt have purchased a home at 2075 Capri avenue, Mentone. The Schmidts are former rcsl dents of Rcnvilic, Minnesota. Now there are three Schmidt families that live in one block in Mentone so it may become quite confusing at times. Merle Schmidt, Otto Schmidt, and Donald Schmidt. Reverend Wjlliam Flygare former minister of the Mentone Congregational Church has resigned from the local church and is returning to his former home in Jlassachusetts. The church's pulpit is being filled by Rev. Martin Peterson until the Ministerial committee can acquire another minister. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sams will show their pictures on "Nature" this coming Wednesday night at the Congregational Church. The people who have had the privilege of seeing the pictures of the birds, flowers, and wild life know what a treat is in store for the members and friends of the church that attend the meeting. This is the annual Family Pot luck dinner and will begin at 6:30. Everyone is invited. A special notice fo the residents of Mentone. Don't forget the luncheon that will be served at the Womens club house on this Thursday noon. It is to be a fried chicken meal served by the Golden Age club and all proceeds will go to the Cancer Fund Drive. Luncheon will be served at 12:30 and the public is invited. Garden Open Today, by Beverley Nichols, is a book which the armchair reader as well as the energetic gardener will savor. The Mentone Branch ofj the San Bernardino County Li r A rox WIST COAST THMT »e • 123 Cojon Strto • Pr. 3-4331 Both Features Shown Once Only. Weekdays "LILIES OF THE FIELD" Sfaris at 7:30 P. M. Academy Award Winner Best Actor U mi u Academy Award Winner Best Cinematography Elia Kaian's "AMERICA AMERICA" Mrs. Earl Sams, Mrs. John Dayton, Jlrs. David Roberts and Mrs. Joe Monroe all mem- jbers of the local Mentone Wom­ ens club, attended the San Bernardino County Federated Vfomens Club District meeting held at the Newporter Inn in Newport Beach. The conference was held for two days. One of the highlights was the installation of the District officers of which Mrs .Earl Sams was - installed as I Treasurer. Mrs. Edwin F. Bryant was installing officer. Mrs. Dayton local president of the Mentone club and Mrs. Sams both received beautiful orchid corsages. The 23rd of April Mrs. John Dayton and Mrs. Earl Sams will attend the 50th anniversary luncheon of the Hinckley Womens club. The Womans Missionary Society of t h e Assembly of God Cliurch will meet tonight at 7:30 in the church Fellowship hall. The women are preparing canned goods, clothing and lolher items for the Mission Field. This coming Sunday the minister of the Assembly of God Church Rev. Ghygy will give a brief outline of the Assembly of God Church. The church is celebrating its 50th anniversary this week at the main headquarters of the church in jSprmgfield Missouri. There will be special meet 'ings at th e church, this next [week, there will be more about this in the paper on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fountain and two sons David and Steven of Oro Grande visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schmidt this past Saturday. Mrs. Ethel Marquardt, 1309 Tourmaline ai-enue entertained the Bridgettes last week. Members present were JImes. Phoebe James, Ifugh Kirby, Joseph Harriott, Ernest Cham- [berlain, R. C. Langston. Guests were Mrs. H. M. Crosthwaite Sr. and Mrs. I. Purl Fleming. Adventist cadets to train at Barton Flats Some 200 uniformed members of the "medical Cadet Corps" of the Seventh-day Adventist Church will undergo a rugged, three-day military field training exercise here beginning Thursday, at Camp Cedar Falls, Barton Flats. All teen-agers, from five Adventist high schools in south em California and Arizona, the cadets will receive training as part of a program conducted by the Adventist Church to prepare its young people for service and medical units for the Armed Forces. The three-day exercise will provide simulated battlefield training in all phases of the duties performed by military soldiers from "KP" through evacuating wounded soldiers under battle condiUons. The exercise caps regular military-type traming which has been given the cadets at their high schools during the school year. Directing the exercises here will be Medical Cadet Major Harry C. Garlick, Glendale, who is in charge of all Adventist Medical Cadet Corps training in California, Arizona, Utah, Nevada and Hawaii. Training to be given the ca dels will consist of field prob lems in which first aid and emergency treatment will be given to "wounded" soldiers on the "batUefield." They will al so "transport wounded under fire" to aid staUons set up on the "batUefield." Humus For Your Lawn Top dress your lawn with some kind of humus and feed a complete plant food—or start a lawn if you don't have yours in yet SAN GORGONIO INN Famous ... For Its Fine Food OPEN DAILY DAILY MENU RELISH BOWL APPETIZERS FRUIT OR SHRDIP COCKTAIL . . . TOMATO JUICE . . . CHU-KEiN SOUP . . . CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVEltS . . . 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For Reservations - Call Banning 849-3412 COCKTAIL LOUNGE Ontario airport gets support from supervisors SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Support for continuance of plans for expansion of Ontario International Airport was received Monday by the County Board of Supervisors from the Federal Aviation Agency. Supervisors, encouraged by FAA refusal to accept the Stan ford Research InsUtute's recommendation that Ontario im provemcnt be stopped, then passed a resolution "demanding" that Western Air Lines provide service betiveen Ontario International Airport and Sacramento. The FAA stand on the Stanford Research Institute report was disclosed in a letter to Supervisor Daniel D. Jlikesell from Joseph H. Tippets, western director of FAA. The letter was in response to the resolution' adopted by Supervisors on April 1, askmg if FAA believed the county should drop its plans to e.xtend the Ontario airport, call of industrial zon- mg and re-route roads in the area. Tippets said the Stanford re port, which held that Los An geles could provide all the airport space needed, should not result in calling off plans for building up the Ontario field. The TAA "foresees a substantial growth of civil avia tion in this area," Tippets said. He advised Supervisors to take whatever steps may be necessary to "prevent any encroachment" on the Ontario akport. No northern water says Sen. Jackson WASHINGTON (UPI) - CaU- fomia and Arizona hopes for tapping the Columbia River for inealed water were dashed today by Sen. Henry M, Jackson, -Wash. Jackson, chairman of the Sen,ate Interior Committee, angrily served noticed that any plan contemplating meeting Southwest water problems by diversions from the Pacific North- est river would be "dead" in jhis committee. The Washington Democrat ,wTathfully descended on an in- i tenor subcommittee fo deliver his ultimatum to senators considering Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall's mulU-billion- dollar Pacific Southwest Water Plan. Needles council accepts manager resignation The Needles City Council last night stated it could not condone the conduct of City Manager Harold Stone and iman- imously accepted his immediate resignation. Stone's resignaUon was acted on during a special public meeting called by Mayor Homer Baldwin to discuss the city manager's conduct in office. Last week, the full seven member Council conducted a five-hour executive session dur ing which Stone reportedly was questioned on his personal conduct and the administraUon of his office. Councilman Henry L. Smith said last night: "I don't condone the actions he admitted to. I think he was stupid to fall into the w^ll-planned plot that was laid for him." The exact nature of the "plot" was not revealed, but Stone's resignaUon came in the midst of a series of vice raids in which civilian and military police took part. Alexander Armstrong, head of the Needles city maintenance department, was appointed act ing city manager by a 3-2 vote of the Council. Judges laud Camera club prints, slides At last evening's i;egular meeting of Redlands Camera club, the high quality of the prmts and slides shown won special comment from the judges who were Art Caldwell, Barbara and Leonard McCulloh and Dick Obarr, all from Greyback Cam era club. Mr. Cadwell read the comments and decisions of the judges. Winners in the print division were Leon Foreman, first; George Slringellow. second and third, and Art Miller and Bill King, honorable mentions. In Color Class B, Elizabeth Miller was first; Lois Stringfellow, second, and Audrey Hendry, third. In Class A, it was Anna ]Maranville in first place. Herb Cook, second and third; Lydia Cook (2) and Bill King, honorable mentions. James Miller of Redlands was introduced as a new club member. Guests were Mrs. George Peterson and Mrs. Ralph Paddock from Yucaipa. A letter was received from the Robert Gregorys, now touring Japan, telling of their visit to Redlands' sister city, Hino, where they were warmly received and taken to many beautiful and interesting places Cecf7 Beardsley named to investors' service Cecil A. Beardsley, a resident of Redlands for the past nine years, has been appointed zone manager of Investors Diversified Services, Inc. for the Red- 'lands area, it was announced today. For the past two years, Jlr. Beardsley has been field repre- Isentative for Redisco, the finance division of American Motors in San Bernardino and Riverside counties. For three years prior to that time, he was San Bernardino office manager for the Barbara [Ann Baking company. During the time he was com- ^pleting his education in the business field, Mr. Beardsley was employed at Keystone Drug company in Redlands. In his new capacity, he will represent a corporation which is the exclusive national distributor for five mutual funds and .which also has life insurance, 'and pension and profit sharing services available. f Mr. Beardsley came to Redlands from San Diego nine I years ago after serving four 'years in the navy. CECIL A. BEARDSLEY He and his wife, Adrienne, Ireside at 335 S. Buena Vista, with their two children, Susan, 10, a fourth grade student at HcKinley school, and Gary, 4. Sixty students enter safety economy run An estimated 60 Redlands and Yucaipa high school stu dents will be started on their way at 7 a.m. Saturday in the third " Redlands-Yucaipa High School Safety Economy Run. Sponsoring the run, purpose of which is to emphasize the relationship between safe and economical driving, are the Redlands Noon and Evening Kiwanis Clubs and the Yucaipa I Noon Kiwanis Club. Starting point and finish L'ne will be at Bill Young's Mobil Service, Brookside avenue at Barton road, Redlands. The course, which was logged 'and routed through the combined efforts of the California Highway Patrol and the Automobile Club of Southern Cali- jomia, will be 146 miles long and will travel over city streets, along freeways and on rural and desert roads. Dale Pence, retired Cali- NEVER LATE It is never too late to install wood decks around your home. Use ordinary grades of common lumber Uke Douglas fir for framing and deck boards. m the locality. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Layer were host and hostess for the evening. The next club meeting. Jlay 4, will be at the Armand Studio, 215"/= Orange street (upstairs). The program will be "Elegant portraits of Women" given by Armand La Jcunesse. fomia Highway Patrolman and chief steward for the run, said it will take each entrant approximately 3^ hours to complete the route. Immediately following the run all participants will attend a victory luncheon in the Redlands High School cafeteria where trophies will be awarded the winners. Trophies for the event are bemg provided by the Mobil Oil Co. All drivers will be required to take a IS-minute rest stop when they arrive in the Lu ceme Valley, the half way point in the run. During the stop the drivers and their observers will be served refreshments. During the run each entrant will be judged on two counts: observance of all safety and traffic rules and the amount of gasoline used to negotiate the course. Adult observers will ride in each car to assess pen- alfies for safety infractions. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. April 21 (UPI) — Eggs; prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants (deUi-cred l"i cents higher': AA extra large 38 '.3 -42';, A extra large 37''r-40'i:. AA large -3l'j-3S'... A large 29'i-30'i. B large Z5',-26 '3. AA medium 27'i-30 >2. A medium 25 <3 -26<i.. AA smaU 21'^:4 <3. A smaU 19>i!-20 <3. Prices to consumers; AA large 3531. A large 39-47, AA medium 39-44. j A medium 39-44. AA small 37-40, A small 35-38. Poultrj-: Frj-ers ^at ranch) 17-19. roasters lat ranch! 21-23. light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.33; turkeys; fryer roasters 20H. young hens 23 ^3 -24. Club members to assist with first coin show Members of coin clubs in Redlands, Fontana, Upland, Los Angeles and Orange counties are joining those of the San Bernardino County Com club in the exhibiting of rare and in- tcrestmg United States and foreign coins in the San Bernardino County Coin Show being held Sunday, April"26, in the Cafeteria building at the National Orange Show grounds "E' and Mill streets, Saa Bemar dino. Beautiful gold coins will be seen in the unusual exhibit of a complete collection of all g o 1 d pieces minted in the U n i t e d States, according to Sylvia Novack, of San Bernardino, chairman of the show committee. This collection, which has taken numerous prizes when previously exhibited, is the pro perty of the San Bernardino County Coin Club, which is sponsoring the show. The theme of the show is ".Ground the World with Coins". Rare, interestmg and unusual pieces of change from all coun tries are being included in the many displays of coin collectors, according to Bill Barrett of San Bernardino, exhibits chau:- man. An atmosphere of the European foreign exchanges ^vill be seen in the area in the show known as the "dealers" bourse. Here all types of corns will be bought, sold or exchanged. Thirty - five dealers have reserved bourse tables, according to Larry IVler of Loma Linda, bourse chairman. An auction of rare corns will be held in the afternoon by the Century Coin Company of Los Angeles.' The show will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. There is no admission charge. Col. Stark to speak to officers Col. MelviUe I. Stark wiU be guest speaker at the April meeting of the Orange Empire Retired Officers club Friday at the March Air Force Base Officers club. Members will meet for a social hour at 6:30, followed by dinner at 7:30 p.m. Colonel Start is Civil Defense director for Riverside County and he will e.xplam the organi- Forsberg, Gregory low on Poly High bid Forsberg and Gregory of Redlands was low bidder at I $1,614,103 for the first phase construction of the new Riverside Polytechnic High School. , Bids for constructing the first increment of the new high school plant at the comer of Central and Victoria avenues m Riverside were opened April 16. The Redlands construction firm's estimate was $60,000 be- jlow the next lowest bid. ! Forsberg and Gregory recently completed construction of the Clement Junior High School plant on Pennsylvania avenue I in Redlands. Bodies of two women recovered from Salton Sea I The bodies of Mrs. EveljTi jCesnak and Mrs. Myrtle P. Dou-ns of Saa Bernardino were [retrieved from the Salton Sea [yesterday, ending a three day [search. Both women drowned Satur|day when the 20-foot cabin cruiser on which they were passengers was swamped and overturned. Their bodies were recovered T/h miles off Bombay Beach in the north end of the sea. Their husbands clung to lha boat's propellers and were rescued. The mishap was witnessed by resident deputy sheriff John McGrory who was watching from shore with binoculars. Mrs. Downs, a San Bernardino resident for 34 years, was associated with her husband, Kenneth, in their floral shop. Downs Flowers, 1379 E. Highland avenue. The couple resided at 2205 E. 34th street. Mrs. Downs previously was a buyer for The Harris Co. for 25 years. Mrs. Ccsnak had lived in San Bernardino for 18 years. She was employed as a secretary at Patton State hospital. She and her husband, Paul, resided at 3363 Sierra Way. Fimeral services for both women are pending at Grove Colonial Mortuary Chapel in San Bernardino. zaUon and operation of civil defense agencies during natural disasters and national emergencies. *Comet...World's 100,000-Mile Durability Champion At Daytona, a team of four specially equipped In Africa, Comet showed its stamina again in •64 Comets each traveled day and night 100,000 "the wildest ride on earth"-the monsoon-swept miles at over 105 miles per hour-an un- East African Safari Rally. 94 cars started. Only equaled feat of stamina and durabilitjt 21 finished the rur^-two of them were Comets. Leads the sales success parade! Is it any surprise that Comet sales are up to almost double last year's? Comet proves what it can do. After 100,000 miles at Daytona, one of these special Comets has traveled another 31,000 and is still going strong. Then rally-equipped Comets slogged through 3,188 miles of African mud, rocks and jungle—the first fo carry America's colors in the world's toughest car event. Want more reasons? Just take a look at this new Comet. Husky, racy, beautiful, and built, really built. Make tracks for a Comet at your Mercury dealer's. Ride Walt Disney's Magic Sky"a> at the Ford Motor Comcany Wonder Rotunda, New York World's Fair DRIVE A WINNER-AT THE "HOME OF CHAMPIONS--YOUR MERCURY AND COMET DEALERS JIM GLAZE, INC. 420 West Redlands Blvd. Redlands Re-doing it yourself? Use an HFC Householder's Loan Repair, redecorate, refurnish. Do it all and do it now wth an HFC Householder's Loan. Apply for the cash for room additions, kitchen remodeling—even furniture and appliances. Borrow with confidence from the oldest and most experienced company of its kind: Household Finance. 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