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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 4

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4 " Friday, May 8, 1964 Redlands Daily facts FIRE STARTED HERE — This box storage area on the north side of the Redlands Citrus Company packing house is where firemen believe last night's fire started. The metal roof of the storage orea collapsed before firemen were able to get water on the flames. (Doily Focts photo by Clifford J. Keni$on) Building total loss in eight-hour blaze (Continued from Page 1) walls remained standing this morning.-The fire could be seen from miles around as a cloudy overcast reflected a bright red glow. A large gallery of spectators was attracted. Redlands police kept the crowd at a safe distance as high voltage power lines along the north side were downed and other power lines on the south side, along San Bernardino avenue, threatened to faU. Low %vatcr pressure in the area hindered efforts to check the blaze. Firemen successfully pro lected two empty railroad re frigeralor cars on a siding adjacent to the building. The Bed- lands Heights company is one of two packing houses ser\'ed by the Pacific Electric spur line on San Bernardino avenue; William Weatherwax, manager of the packing house, said that about two carloads of or anges stored in the building wore lost. I A KiXWtST COAST VtUm • 133 Cojon iumi . n. 3-43J1 KIDS LOOK! Big FREE Wonder Bread YOUNG AMERICA SHOW Tomorrow 10 A. M.-12 Noon Gtt Yonr Trrc Ticket »t Your Grocers The jobs of about 55 employes are affected by the fire. Weathenvax statwl that every- tliing possible will be done to keep these people working. Newly remodeled offices at the west end of the building escaped the flames and all of the company's records were salvaged. Weatherwa.x said office functions have already been relocated at the Western Fruit Growers packing house on Opal street in Mentone. Kedlands Associates decided not to rebuild the Western packing house at its former location at Stuart and Sixth streets in Redlands, and instead merge it with Crafton Citrus Co. in Mentone. According to Wealher\vax, the two remaining packing bouses operated by Redlands Associates — Western Fruit Growers and Mission Fruit Co. in Bryn Mawr; — have the capacity to process the remaining Valencia oranges and grapefruit that would have been handled at Redlands Heights. However, the two remaming houses will not be able to handle all of the Navel orange crop ne.xt winter, Weatherwax said. Principals in Redlands Associates arc E. B. Larscn of Redlands, Phillip and Tom Davis of Beverly Ilills and the Eding ton Fruit company. Before its acquisition by Bed- lands Associates, Redlands Heights was a Sunkist affiliate and for many years was man aged by George T. Mason, 5X0 West Olive. I A POX WEST COAST THtATM VOX Fri., Mon., Tues. 7 P.M. Saf. and Sun. Cent. 2 P. M. • l21C«iMSlrMl «Pr .)~<}3l V V Tfity pfoy a gam* of ^— Angif and dtVighl.^ Cafy, Audrey .^^ Grant HepburnJ*; i>Charade • STANliyDONtN>M. to^teu, • rKHNICOlOR- Alio In Color — William Holden - Audrey Hepburn "PARIS WHEN IT SIZZLES" In Color r PACIFIC DRIVE-IN THEATRES 1 Show at Dusk All Drive-Ins BASELINE DRIVE-IN r . . • . t - . ^ —t-n -v. f.ti: NEW CREST THEATRE 5th & "B" Sts. San Bdno. Cent. 12:30 - TU 8-4247 • Now Playing Both Theatres • Vincent Price "1 AST MAN ON EARTH" Co-Hitl "Circus of Horrors" TRI-Cirr DRIVE-IN f -. t . • . - i-'-p- - NEW RITZ THEATRE 423 "E" St. — San Bdno. Cont. Noon — TU 85317 • Now Playing Ptter Sellers "DR. STR/ Co-Hifl Tri-Cify Jack Lemmon "Undtr »h» Yum Yuirj Trto" Both Theatres • Geo. C. Scott INGELOVE" Co-Hifl RiH "Carry On Regirdltss" Johnson wins promotion in Regional office Richard F. Johnson of Crestline, assistant fire control officer for the San Bernardino National Forest, has been promoted to a position in the Forest Service regional office in San Francisco, it was announced today, Johnson, 43, has been in the local forest since 1956 and has been widely known since part of his job has been to handle public information and public relations assignments for the district. In bis new capacity, he will be training officer for the divi sion of fire control in San Francisco. He will occupy his new post next week. His wife, GreNell, and their three sons will wait until school is out to join him. He will be succeeded in the San Bernardino district by Frank 0. Watson, zone dispatcher at the U.S.F.S. Southern California Service Center in Arcadia. A 29-year veteran with the Forest Service, Watson, 55, was previously on the San Bemar dino Forest from 1952 to 1961 and in Sequoia prior to that He and his wife have three children and one granddaughter. Johnson has been with the Forest Service since 1939, served on the Angeles National Forest until coming to San Bernardino in 1955 as fire prevention officer. He became assistant fire control officer in 1962. Council to study park deveJopment Additional devetopment at the Resen'oir Canyon Park site will be considered by the City Council at a special session sched uled for 8 a.m. Monday, it was announced today. Development of the park has been a Redlands Rotary Club project. The property has been graded, the two fish ponds filled SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads and restroora facilities are now under construction. Also on the special meeting agenda is a resolution in connection with the proposed annexation of commercial properties along the southside of West Redlands boulevard between Kansas and Alabama streets. Colton's water claim apparently has failed An attempt by the city of Colton to claim additional water rights by virtue of a deed to "overlying" rights from individ ual property owners has apparently failed. In a test case, the trial court turned the theory down and the; Fourth District Court of Appeals has now upheld the trial court^ Judge Albert Ross, who was trial judge in the original Orange County Water Suit, heard this new approach, too, and while saying it was a "novel idea," decreed that it isn't possible to separate "overlying' rights from the land. "Overlying" water rights are those which give each property owner the right to sink a well in his own back yard and use that water — but on his own property. In the Colton case, several property owners actually gave deeds to the overlying ri^ts to the city, ostensibly in return for city water service. The San Bernardino VaUey Municipal Water district hand led the test case for the city ofj Colton. Johnson pleased with trip (Continued from Page 1) constituted his biggest personal ovation since taking office. An estimated 500,000 persons turned out to see the President in Atlanta, where he addressed a breakfast meeting of the Georgia Lepslature. Pl*«di Witfi South "I have never seen as many people gathered anywhere in my life," said Atlanta Police Chief Herbert Jenkins. In his Atlanta breakfast talk Burglars take property from local home A candy jar containing SSO worth of coins and other articles was stolen from the home of Lee S. Simmonds, 720 Cedar avenue, sometime yesterday afternoon according to a police report. The burglar forced open rear door to gain entry to the home. Also taken was a colt pistol, valued at S45, a holster S6 and an electric razor, S20 along with a jar of coins, poUce said. Jlost of the rooms of the home had been entered and dresser drawers were opened by the robber, according to police. 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The Goode automobile was eastbound on highway 99 when it failed to make a curve and went mto the center divider strip where it rolled over CHP officers said. Mr. Goode is employed as a the Te.\as-Bom President urged fellow southerners to ignore the "tattered and discredited banners" of racial extremists. Johnson spent 15 hectic hours Thursday whipping through six states of the poverty stricken Appalachia area. He rubbed elbows with sharecroppers and governors and told the people he was there "to listen and to learn" and to show them he caresi Few Hours Sle«p With only a few hours sleep, Johnson was back on the crowd- lined Appalachia trail bright and early today. The president said that while racial problems have deep roots in Southern soil, "they also trouble the passions of men on the shores of Marjiand, in the shjms of Philadelphia and in dark streets of New York." He reminded the Georgia lawmakers we are one nation and urged against heeding those who seek to stir old hostilities and kindle old hatreds. A crowd of several thousand persons broke through police barricades and surged forward for a better look at the President when he emerged from the hotel where the breakfast was held. The President shook bands with scores of well-wishers, many of them children carrying American flags, while police struggled to unsnarl the crowd and get the motorcade going. Johnson finally climbed in the closed car, rolled down the window and continued shaldog hands. Heavy crowds, liberally sprin kled v^ith high school bands, lined Johnson's route through Atlanta and the Chief Execu tive changed from a closed car to a convertible to get a better look. Accompanied by his daughter, 20-year-old Lynda Bird, who has proved a hit in her own right, Johnson bounded out of the car repeatedly to shake hands with members of the crowd and to look over the bands. HINO SCRAPBOOK - A historical record of Redlands' Sister City relationship with Hino, Japan, is presented to Miss Edith W, Taylor, chief librarian at Smiley Librory, by William O. Ahlbom, vice-chairman of the Sister City Committee. The scrapbook presentation coinddei with Hino Week adwtties now in progress. (Daily Foets photo) Dty receives record of Hino week event Presented to the citizens of Redlands this week was a historical record of beginnings of the Sister City Program here. The volume was compiled by Mr. and Mrs. William 0. Ahlbom. 1715 AUa street. Mr. Ahlbom is vice-chairman of the Sister City Committee. The presentation cf the book was timed to coincide with the Hino Week Activities now in progress throughout the city. Accepting the gift was 31 is Edith W. Taylor, chief librarian at Smiley Library. The volume will be displayed for the remainder of Hino Week, then retamed in the library archives, Bound in authentic Japanese silk covers which came from Japan, the book is a historical review of the foimding of t b e Sister City Program in the fall of 1962 and the program's first fun year of activity in 1963. Included are details regarding the formation of the Sister City program, newspaper dippings and early correspondence with Hino, Japan. Photographs of the program's sponsors, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whaley, first chairman Leo G. Athans, current chairman CoL Joseph G. Wogen, and Redlands citizens comprising the first Sister City Executive Committee, are also inclosed. A foreword by Colonel Wogen dedicates the volume to the furtherance of the sister city affiliation. sound man at Hollywood movie studio. Officer Joe King conducted the investigation for the CHP, Truman visibly moved by ovation (Continued from Page 1) weapon of war — just like an artillery piece. Dropping those bombs on the Japs ended the war and saved a half - million casualties on both sides." Politics: "I was talking about running for President when I'm 90. But then game damn fool told me it was an off-year." Secret Service: I told President Johnson not to take any chances where someone could stab him with a knife or shoot him with a gun. You should always listen to the Secret Service." High Point in Life: "When I left the White House." President Johnson: He's the greatest president we've had in 100 years. Why? Because I say he is. Part prophecy, too. He's dofag just fine with domestic programs. He's doing just fine with foreign policy. He's doing just fine." Make more money on insured savings! S4.97 would be the annual return on S10D savings account held for oneyear, when Trans-World's current annual rate of 4.85^ is compounded daily and maintained for one year. To receive Trans-World's higher earning^ savings must remain to the end of a quarterly papent period. 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