Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 23, 1964 · Page 7
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Change if or leave It? To sample shoppers opinion on State street Shoppers will be asked for (heir opinions on State street traffic tomorrow when the Chamber of Commerce conducts a consumer poll to guide a citizens study committee. The customer survey will be made from 11 a.m. to Noon and from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. in the downtown area and at Sage's Shopping Center. A goal of 500 opinions has been set. Shoppers will be asked to answer "yes" or "no" to the fol­ lowing questions: 1—Do you favor two-way traffic on West State street only with one-way traffic on East State street and no pedestrian scramble at Orange street? 2—Do you favor two-way traf' fic for ail of State street? 3—Do you favor keeping what we have, with no change for| the present? The questionaire also allows the shoppers to give "other sufr gestions" they might have for Kaher in new steel shipping plan for Japan Kaiser Steel Corporation has signed an amendment to its major pellet contract with Mitsubishi International Corporation calling for shipment of an additional 4.8 million long tons of iron ore pellets to Japan over a six-year period, it was an nounced today by Jack L. Ashby, president of Kaiser Steel. The latest agreement, which will bring total shipments to 10. 8 million tons, is an amendment to the contract signed last No vember between the two firms which called for shipment of six million tons of pellets over the six-year period. The amended contract includes a provision which would permit extension of the contract for an additional four years to allow shipment of a total of 18 million tons of pellets over a 10-year period. The new agreement was sigped at Kaiser Center by Tokuji Okura, vice president of Mitsubishi International and general manager of its San Francisco branch, and Ashby. The initial contract was signed last November in Tokyo. In signing the agreement Ashby noted that Japan's steel in dustry must obtain the bulk of its iron ore requirements through imports. "Wo feel it is significant that Kaiser Steel, in competition with suppliers from other nations around the world, was able to obtam this major contract based on quality of the ore, price and delivery," Ashby said. "A long-range contract of, this size will mean continued steady employment at our iron ore mme as well as millions of dollars in contracts to suppliers who will build the equipment necessary to mine, process and transport ore in this volume. The iron ore pellets will be produced at Kaiser Steel's Ea gle Mountain mine in the south- em California desert which supplies beneflciated ore to the company's steel mill at Fonta na. altering the State street traffic pattern. Polling stations will be located in front of the Bank of America, The Harris Company and Penny's. Another station is to be located at the main entrance to Sage's. The Sage's polling station was included on a recommendation from J. Edward Harp. He maintained the opinions of Sage's customers would test the validity, of the argument that shoppers are leaving the downtown area because of the State street fraffic pattern. Tomorrow's survey is the sec ond of two surveys requested by a State Street Study Cora mittee, headed by Police Chief Staley R. Bowen, An opinion poll of 121 downtown merchants has already been completed by the Downtown Redlands Association. The Study Committee decided yesterday to withhold the re suits of the merchant survey until after the consumer poll has been completed. A major' ity of the committee feared that revealing the opinions of merchants before Friday might influence the outcome of the shoppers- survey. Members of the study com mittee have agreed to let the results of both surveys guide them m making their recommendations on whether the present one-way traffic system on State street should be :hanged. Results of the two opinion surveys will be announced at a meeting of the study committee at 2 p.m. Wednesday. CARNIVAL By Dick Tnrner Yucaipa HS students in Carnival Yucaipa High School students will hold "Spring Carnival" on the campus from April 29 through May 1. A variety of activities ha s been planned for tJiis tradition al event. The student body will donate proceeds from the ac tivides to the American Field Service Club to help sponsor a foreign student on the campus next year. Faculty members wiH be guests of the kick-off breakfast planned for 7 a.m. on Wednesday, Aoril 29. A slave auction wiU be held from 11:20 to 11:50 a.m., with each class nominat ing five girls to be sold as slaves. The Thursday program will include an eating contest for boys and girls during both lunch periods as well as a shoe shine contest for girls only. Bermuda and hat day will be, held on Friday, with a tug-of- war between the juniors and seniors and the freshmen and sophomores for the noon time activities. A sports night and dance will be the final event on Friday evening. Junior high students will join in the carnival activities on Friday, being invited to wear bermudas. A sock hop will be held at noon. Committees working on the 'Spring Carnival" are slave auction, Steve Woth, Bill Herkelrath. Chuck Chiappone, Bruce Jenkins, Zendle Crook; con tests, Don Friis, Susie Kruse, Dale Stout, Jo Lynn Powell, Cmdy Walton, Kathy Willing. Publicity, Sue Trayer, Jean Sobetzer, Jane Cremer, Linda Older, Jackie McElvyen; teacher advisory. Dale Perkins, Mrs. Lida Bloebaum, Ross Melcher, and Mrs. Helen Nance. Public to see treatment for CP children Redlands Daily Facts Thuri, Apr. 23,1964-7 The public will be given an opportunity on May 7, to see and learn about a unique treatment and development center for cerebral palsied children of San Bernardino County. Plans for the day-long program, to feature a short tour and demonstrations for each visitor, were approved Wednes day by directors of the United Cerebral Palsy association of San Bernardino County. The county organization is co-sponsor of the Loma Linda Univer- sity-UCP Center in Loma Linda, a non-sectarian facility for children afflicted with cerebral palsy. "The children's center in Loma Linda is the only place in San Bernardino County Mentone youth hurt in coUision A 17-year-old Mentone youth riding a small motorcycle was seriously injured yesterday in a beadon colh'sion with a car at Mentone boulevard and Turquoise sfreet, the California Highway Pafrol reported. Wallace Dale Newman, 1370 Wabash avenue, was treated at Redlands Community hospital for a fractured right leg and left foot. He was taken to the hospital by Redlands Ambulance following the 5 p.m. crash. CHP Officer N. J. Brown reported that the driver of the car did not see the motorcyclist and attempted to make a turn in front of him. Driver of the car, June S. Brockway, 1398 Beryl avenue, Mentone, was westbound on Mentone boulevard. Newman was fraveling east. where many parents can get help for their cerebral palsied youngsters," says Mrs. John E. Roach, Jr., chairman for the event. "We're calling the May 7 pro gram 'A Day to Remember,' and think our visitors will agree with the name," Mrs. Ro?ch says. "Miracles are happening at the center for handicapped children from across the country. We believe the people who lhave contributed to UCP directly or through Arrowhead United Fund should have a chance to see how profitable their investment has been. "We also hope they will be joined by other county residents who care enough for children to come see how they are being helped," she reported after the monthly directors' meeting. The center, at 25037 Mound street in Loma Linda, is staffed by teachers, therapists and physicians from Loma Linda University. It is the only facility in San Bernardino County established to help cerebral palsy victims who are under four years of age or otherwise do not meet entrance requirements of state-supported schools for the handicapped. Children enrolled in the center receive prescribed physical and occupational therapy and take part in individual and group activities designed to develop their educational and social abilities. TILLY AND TOBY ST. CLOUD, Minn. (UPI)— Toby and Tilly, pet bullsnakes of biology students at St. Cloud State College, today were Tillyj and Toby. Alter a two-year courtship, one of the snakes laid 15 eggs. It was Toby. Captain Sbuey in reserve action at Horton Base Victor G. Shuey, 1530 Via Vista, donned his Air Force uniform last week to take part in the first Reserve Officers' Management Day here at N o r t o n Air Force Base. An Air Force Reserve captain, Shuey is also an Air Force civilian employe here, who heads all of the Norton Commissary functions. The Reserve Officers' Management Day was sponsored by the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area's .{SBAMA) Procurement and Production Directorate, in which Shuey holds a reserve wartime position. The one-day program was set to test the capabilities of six reserve officers to manage the operations of the directorate by having them simulate management decisions. The regular Procurement and Production staff stood by for technical assistance and to perform contractual responsibilities. During the program last week Shuey served as chief of the Base Procurement Division within the directorate. Reserve officers like Shuey who hold wartime posiUons at the base serve one day a month and two weeks a year on active duty to tram m various Air Force operations. The Reserve Officers' Management Day was designed to apply their fraining in an ac tual operation program within the Directorate of Procurement and Production. Colonel A. J. Dreiseszun, 623 Palo Alto, Redlands, director of SBAJIA Procurement and Production: indicated the program has met a high degree of success and will be held again. Dyalspeaks in Yucaipa Ken Dyal, candidate for Congress from the 33rd district, told Yucaipa Valley Democratic club this week, that he is a liberal because he considers the liberal approach in politic."! the most successful in achieving goals. "I can not abide the Far Right teachings of the John Birch Society," Dyal said. He added that there is absolutely no room for hate of race, color or creed in America. Dyal is endorsed by the California Democratic Council. Frank Bunn announced his candidacy for the central committee. He is an mcumbent. A committee, was appointed by Pres. G. Glenn Fleser to find a building for campaign headquarters. The committee, consisting of Mr. E. Page, Mrs. Rhoda Bunn, and Mr. Frank Bunn will turn in the residts to the executive committee. Mrs. Vanessa Crandall called for volunteers to help with the precinct work which will begin in the near future. Contracts awarded S.-VCRAMENTO (UPI) - The state Department of Public Works Wednesday awarded the following contracts by county: San Diego—$474,750 to E.L. Yeager Construction Co.. Inc., of Riverside for construcfion of two new lanes and reconstruction of existing lanes on U.S. 395 in Escondido. Los Angeles—$267,473 to Vernon Paving Co., Los Angeles, for widening 1.4 miles of California 42 (Manchester Avenue.) in Inglewood between Ash Avenue and Grevilla Avenue. "What do we do wrth our spare time? Henry plays golf, I play bridge and Junior plays one of us against the other!" Interstate recreation program Udall reports progress on Lewis & Clark Trail WASHINGTON (UPI)— The first phase of the nation's first interstate recreation program, identification of the Lewis and Clark IVail, has been completed and the second stage begun. Secretary of Interior Stewart Udall reported today. The secretary said the first phase involved gathering information on the trail's history, archaeology, geology, fish and wildlife, consen-ation and recreation resources and preparation of maps showing key locations and access routes. "The Lcnis and Clark Trail study's second and final phase, now getting underway, will use projections of population, traffic pressure and other information Trio escape injury in plane crash S.4N DIEGO (UPI) - Three Southern California men escaped injury Wednesday when their h'ght plane crashed while landing at the Cabo San Lucas Airport on the southern tip of Baja California, Mexico, it was reported Wednesday. They were: Clark Hatch, an! auto dealer in suburban El Ca-i jon; his father, EJ>IJ). Hatch of El Centro; and Troy Moore, an El Cajon contractor. The Cessna 210 owned and piloted by Clark Hatch was demolished. The three men left Gillespie Field near El Cajon Tuesday for a day of fishing at the Mexican resort community. to help outline needs for recreation development along the route," the department said. It added a completed report was expected in the fall. Several federal agenties, private and local organizations and the states of Missouri, Kansas. Iowa, Nebraska, North and South Dakota, Montana, Idaho, Oregon and Washington are cooperating in the frail program. Meriwether Lewis and William Clark blazed the trail up the Missouri River and over the mountains to the Pacific Coast in 1S04-1S06. Their expedition opened much of the land later settled in tlie great westward expansion of the nation. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap-j pUances will find a ready mar-|| ket through Classified Ads. ' Who Has 0 Birtbday APRIL 24 — David Barnes J«ek Berry C. E. De Shazer Merlin Hahn Robert Hollowly Gregory Khanzian R. L. Miller David Mooney C. C. Percival Fred Plimley, Jr. F. H. 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