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Local Notes Liquor Store For Sale by owner, PY 7-9207. x Dr. Austin R, Welch has returned from vacation. 7923246. X Echo en the Wane In the current series of passes, the balloon satellite will be easily sighted for only three more evenings. At 9:30 p.m. today Echo will be south of the city, 63 degrees above the horizon and moving southeasterly. Something New at the Country Kitchen. Complete dinners, $1.55. A different menu each evening. 5-S. 12C5 Brookside. X Ladies Get your manicure, pedicure or patty nails built at The Hair 'Em. Call 792-2356 and ask for Mary, x Artists' Supplies Custom picture framing. Alder's Paint and Art Store 25 E. State St., Downtown Redlands. x Car Fire Redlands cab driver Bob Oliver extinguished a fire in a car at Fourth street and Oriental shortly after 7 p.m. yesterday, the Fire department reported. The car, driven by Randy Magnussen of Reseda, received minor damage from the fire which started in the carbueretor. Knights of the Roundfable Dr. Stanley L. Combs, professor of education at the University of Redlands, will be the featured spealcer tomorrow at the noon meeting of the Redlands Knights of the Roundtable at Empire Bowl. Dr. Combs will talk on "Why Comparative Education?" Carpet Contest $50 off your carpet purchase if you identify five different carpet fibers. Thurs. night, Maxwell- Means, corner of Citrus and Orange. X Davis Services Funeral services will be held for Noble Davis 11 o'clock Tuesday morning at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Charles Hopkins pastor of the Second Baptist Church officiating. Inter ment in the Hillside Memorial Park. "Twilight" Golf Summer "twilight" golf tournament (nine hoJes> will start Thursday at the Country club and will continue every Thursday during the summer. Players may sign up at the pro shop and may make supper reservations at the clubhouse. Play will start after 4:30 p.m. Mr. Schorr's Sister Dies Mrs. Bessie M. Davis, sister of Rev. Willard Schurr, who until recently made her home with the Schurrs, died Friday at Fredericka Manor in Chula Vista, a retirement home of the Methodist church. Her death followed a short illness. Family services were conducted today at Rose Hills Memorial Park. School Board Meeting The first session on the new regular schedule of Redlands Unified School board meetings will be held tomorrow, 7:30 p.m. in the board room at Lugonia and Orange. Among personnel items to be considered are the assignment of a head counselor at Cope junior high and the assignment of a director of elementary curriculum. The board will also hear a report on why teachers left the district at the end of this past school year. Crowds at Pool The past four days have been big ones for Sylvan plunge ac- 4nnouncemenf of Services BAKOS, lAlbert 10:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel CONKLIN, Mrs. Mahala McBean 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel TYGER, Wafe WiUiam Graveside; 1:00 p.m. Tuesday Hillside Memorial Park SAINZ, Mrs. Pomposa Diaz Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Wednesday St. Mary's Church KENNEDY. Mrs. Esther 11:00 a.m. Thursday Redlands Chapel PATRICK, Mrs. Sally Services Pending Redlands Chapel LUNA. Rofareo Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 »R00KSIDE AVE, 773-lU\ areas to be developed in the im mediate Redlands area will be part of the new Highway 99 free way between Dunlap Acres and shop. Beaumont, according to C. V. FAMILIAR EVENTS — Mrs. Susan Adele Sherrard, one of the earh'esf living Redlands res'idents, sat down to relive some of the early moments of local history fodoy after the Community Music association gave her a copy of "Only One Redlands." Mrs. Sherrard, who will be 90 in September, came here just four yaors offer incorporation in 1888 and has lived here continuously since. (Facts photo by Clifford J. Kenison) Redlands book recalls early days for Mrs. Sherrard For Mrs. Susan Adele Sherrard, Dr. Nelson's Diamond Jubilee history, "Only One Redlands," will bring back many memories of days gone by. She received a copy of the book today, courtesy of the Redlands Community Music association which derives all revenue from the book. Mrs. Sherrard, a resident of Redlands since July 4, 1892, will be 90 years old on Sept. 12. She read the review of the book, but, since she doesn't get out much anymore, she called Dr. Nelson to see how she could get a copy. He relayed the message to Conant Halsey, chairman of the association who, in recognition of her long residence here, decided that the association should make her a gift of the book. cording to Manager Robert Chambers. Attendance was as follows: Thursday July 4th — 808, Friday 306, Saturday 522 and Sunday 535. Dr. Frank W. Thompson, vice president for development at the University of Redland.s, was among the 200 delegates at a conference on Christian Higher Education at the American Baptist assembly grounds, Green Lake, Wise. The conference was held from July 2 through 6. The title is one which, for her the street car holding the baby life, could be slightly altered to strollers: say "Only Redlands." For Mrs. Sherrard has not only then and now, there were only lived in Redlands since 1892, she two houses in the block and across has never been gone longer than the street there was an orange a two-month period in all those grove where the YMCA now is. years. -ner cnuuieii, uun-um, V^I.H.C -- , - r,.,f 409 E. Citrus avenue. Before that, she lived just ne.xt door for two years. Mrs. Sherrard came here from Santa Ana on her honeymoon in 1892. She and her late husband, Lincoto Sherrard, pioneer blacksmith in the community, were married in Santa Ana, spent that first day in Newport Beach, then boarded a train in Orange for the two-hour trip to Redlands. At nearly 90, she still has an amazing memory of early day Redlands and its people. But not many are left. The only two persons she can remember who are still here and who were here when she came are Mrs. Emma Crier and Seward Kennedy. Of course, W. B. Johnson was here then as a nativebom Red- lander but was only seven years old. Smiley Heights was in its infancy when the Sherrard family was growing up and it was the place where many residents went for a Sunday outing. She recalls riding the street car there, then spending the day strolling through the grounds. The fathers would ride in the back of Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS. GRACE HENDERSON Graveside services 10:30 a.m., Monday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. VALLA SHIPP Services 2:00 p.m., Jfonday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MR. NOBLE DAVIS Services 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. BABY BRIAN SCOTT PURKISS Private graveside services were held 11:00 a.m., Monday, at Hillside Memorial Park. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. •WMIll Weather June e June ^ June B June 9 June 10 June 11 June 12 June 13 June 14 June 15 June 16 June 17 June 18 June 19 June 20 June 21 June 22 June 23 June 24 June 25 June 26 June 27 June 29 June 30 July 1 July 2 July 3 . July 4 . July S . July 6 . July 7 . July 8 . 65 53 75 52 80 51 81 51 68 5« 73 52 73 55 74 57 8S SZ 94 56 93 S9 95 58 SO 60 91 57 B8 55 75 SB 74 58 80 57 88 49 97 54 91 55 85 54 92 53 93 55 95 55 93 54 96 S3 94 54 88 57 89 54 83 56 92 55 Salntan 24 Se»Boun loo .03 .03 J4 7J9 7.32 7.58 PaUju 'ifHiiiriitfa WnXlAM C. HOOBX. PubUilicr. FRANK. E. UOOU. Editor. Publlilud amy •mime rexeepi Sunday) at FaeU buUdln*. 700 Brook- >lda at Center, Redrandi. Califorala. Founded October 23. 1890. 73rd year. Entered at aeeond claa matter October 23. 1890. at tbe Post Onica at ftedlaodi, CalUomla. under act ol Uarcb 3, 1878. SUBSORITOON RATS lln AdvMacet By Carrier Dtllvtry Ont K»lk f tM Tbrae Maalka iJtt SH Maatki (.M Oaa Taar I(.4« Oaa Meatk Vaa r«ir . Br Mall _ I8.*« On East Citrus where she lived ell school where the Redlands Ju- lois oc ««i.t:iu, i^u^.-^--. nior high is located now, and ville and Chesapeake & Ohio pac- ner Chapel m charge. 1,000 Control Data , 33.:00 Cnlf oil She also paints china, reads SB.-BO sprrry nm* and watches TV. Until just re- « _ cently, she belonged to a group ss .'too which met regularly to cards Freeway safety rest planned near Redlands on the University of Redlands campus this week. The an- The first freeway safety rest nual Bob Roberts cheerleaders n- summer trainmg sessions are un- denvay with boys and girls from all over Southern Califoma in attendance at the week long work- CeclUUlUllL, ai^^-v/iuuig w .w. — — , — — — Kane, district engineer of the weekly workshop sessions put on ivouc, ^6 Roberts and his staff of m- structors. Next week another group of cheerleaders will be on campus, then some 200 song lead State Division of Highways. The safety rest area for east bound traffic (toward Beaumont) uuuuu fcAciAA**- **ww«..,....-. campus, UlCU Wliic AW avuo icau' will be at a point about midway ers, then 150 baton twiriers then between Live Oak canyon road ^rmn majors and majorettes in and County Line road in Call- •• — 'mesa. '•|the coming weeks. Roberts, who - conducts The westbound safety rest area classes and others around the will be in Riverside county just west of the San Timoteo canyon road junction, Mr. Kane said. This will be the first safety rest area anywhere in Riverside county but there are already rest areas on the U.S. 60 and U.S. 91 freeways in the desert area of San Bemardmo county. The eastbound rest area will have paved parking space in a diamond shape approximately 150 feet long and 100 feet wide. The westbound rest zone will be 50 feet wide and 300 feet long. Trees, Landscaping Both safety rests will have off and on ramps back to the freeway and will have tree plantings and other landscaping. The exact status of facilities is still uncertain, Mr. Kane said, because of the unavailability of water at either site. He said, however, that efforts will be made to provide water at both rest areas. Restroom and picnic facilities are not now part of the plan. Mr. Kane expects changes in the plan may be necessary now since the legislature passed a bill in June providing for three types of rest areas along freeways. Depending upon the size and use, the bill provides that rest areas would include parking space for cars and trucks, picnic tables, sanitary facilities, water, landscaping and tourist information panels. Mr. Kane noted, however, that plans for the Dunlap Acres-Beau mont freeway were drawn far in advance of this legislative enactment and therefore would not have included the new provisions. The State issued the call for bids for the $7.2 million freeway on Jlay 27 and bids will be opened on July 23 in Los Angeles. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks snapped a string of three suces- sive advances today by moving considerably lower. Rails suffered their worst setback of the year as nearly a do- rove wnere lue xiuufi uu™ zen carrier issues lost large frac- Her children, Lincoln, Orville lions to more than a pouit. Chi- Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgngs 717.22 708.64 710.66 off 5.79 174.03 171.35 172.07 off 2.68 139.85 138.75 139.23 off 0.12 257.63 254.54 255.37 off 2.17 ISutls 65stks Mrs. Sherrard was a member of ed the decline, the first Lowell PTA and later president of it. She has also been a member of 35 j^jj the Pythian Sisters since 1901 and 20 rrs served in earlier years as district deputy. Her hobby in many of those early years was sewing for the Red Cross. With advancuig age, however, she has had to curtail her activities but still knits what one of her neighbors describes as "absolutely beautiful" doll dresses Voiame CIM chne for youngsters at the Crafton g^'Src .iyT.,:: Cerebral Palsy school. —- " ' - Sales today were about million shares Friday. 3.29 10 Most Active Slocki (Donr -JODM Service, Conrleiy Lester. Brons « Co.) 20s E. state U.S. steel Getty OU Chemway nlav :3,600 Tenn. Gai P"'l?S,-00 St. OU NJ. 4B' Cheerfeoder iralmnq now underwQY at UR Cheers and yells are ringing out, rest girls. -_ .. . I .pjjgy j^jjjg fjPj^ gJJ Oygj. gOUth- em California high schools and there are teams from, Arizona, New Mexico and Nevada as well as Northern California. This is the first of a series of the country is a noted baton twirler in his own right. He has appeared in 11 Rose Parades with his baton, seven of them on roller skates and is ranked at the top for his ability. It was 14 years ago that Roberts started his first class. The first group had a total of 16 students, this week there are 283 on the UR campus. Some 60 of the cheer leaders are boys and the , i,uiu.«;ii. woiin,»u.c. The second dog clinic for pur- "The kids come for a week to chasing city licenses and obtain- leam the cheers at the camp," ing anti-rabies shots will be con- Roberts said. He added "we feel ducted Wednesday in the park at that the Christian environment of Lugonia avenue and Washington the UR campus helps to make the street. Humane Officer Cecil J. boys and girls better people." Pattison reminded Redlands dog The public was invited by Rob- owners today. erte to attend the regular Thurs- tiia lu ai.icuu "ic icsujoi i.iuio- HOUTS 01 Uie CUIllC Will 06 lU day night exhibition put on by the a.m. to noon and 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. students in the Greek Theater. Ac- dj.. Thomas Gould will conduct tion will begin at 7:30 p.m. •• "-^-^ — • August 2 in the VK stadium. Lawence "Herkie" Herkimer, is in charge of teaching the groups some "fantastic new yells" Roberts stated. The boys and gu-ls are in action on the campus quad all during the day. In the coming weeks a total of some 1,000 cheer, song and baton twiriers are expected to pass through the Roberts courses. Sis- boom-bah. Vital Records BIRTHS Citrus Market ^.^...^ LOS ANGELES, July 8 (UPD- CARTER — Bom, a son, to Mr. Representative prices by size and and Mrs. John R. Carter grade aU orange auction markets: Jr., 142 The Terrace. Redlands, sis 72s 88s June 30, 1963, at Norton Air First grade 8.18 6.60 4.99 Force Base hospital. SJUTH — Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Robert L. Smith, 128 Norwood street, Redlands, July 1, 1963 at San Bernardino Community hospital. CHAVEZ — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Ricardo Chavez, 425 East Citrus avenue, July 7, 1963, at Redlands Community hospital. VON HEERINGEN - Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Von Heeringen, 719 Christie street. Banning, July 7, 1963, at Red lands Community hospital. SCHULTEHENRICH, - Bom, i son, to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Schul- tehenrich, 1317 East Colton avenue, July 7, 1963. at Redlands Community hospital. DEATHS PURKISS. — Died in Redlands, California, July 5, 1963, Baby Brian Scott Purkiss, 27155 Hibiscus, Highland, aged 21 days, native of California. Deceased is survived by h i s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Purkiss of Highland and the following brother: Douglas James Purkiss. Maternal grandparents Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rainey of Yucaipa and paternal grandparents Mr. and Jlrs. Douglas H. Purkiss, Grawn, Michigan. Private Graveside funeral serv ices were held 11 o'clock Monday morning at the Hillside Memorial Park, Rev. Ray E. Johnson, pastor of the Faith Lutheran church of Yucaipa officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial folk & Western, Louisville & Nash- Park cemetery. F. Arthur Cort- KENNEDY — Died in Loma Linda, California, July 7, 1963, Mrs. Esther P. Kennedy. 1752 Mentone Blvd., Mentone. aged 89 years, native of Spirit Lake, Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, July 8 (OTD — Eggs: Prices to retailers /.o.b. distributor plants (deUvcred JK> cents higher. AA extra large 39H-pH. A extra large 3S',b-41ii. AA large 3ni-36 !i. A large 30Vi-31». B large 28V4-27Vi. AA medium 25V429'^. A medium 24',i-2S!i, AA small 17ii-21Vi, smaU 16'4-nV2. ^ , , _ „„ .„ Prices to consumers: AA large 29-50. _ .1 « large 49-50. AA medium »;44, A 47 " onch. medium 33-41. AA imaU 32-39, A 13H _ y, smaU 29-35. lands for 30 years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 1 p .m. at the Em- au 29-35 mersoH Redlands Mortuary, Mr. _ i', ^"^oultry: Fryers 17-19. roasters 21-25, Vkgii Leach, pastor of the Cen - >4 light type heM 5-5<i wtd. avg 5.18, . , r^^ch. of Christ Officiating ~ ii hens cross 6-6ii wtd. avg. 6.24: tur- "iSlt !li ;^7e ?rCg^hrnTrif6.ryoung Interment in Montecito Memorial — r--r fc-i- ......ntf fome 51. frvt^r roasters ^ , hens 22, young toms 21, frjer roasters 21 Second grade „... 4.44 3.74 113s 138s 1&3S 180s First grade 4.21 4.13 3.91 3.73 Second grade..3.23 3.34 3.22 Trend: Slightly higher. NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrus: California: Valencias; 22 cars half boxes $3.84. Iowa and resident of Jfentone for 23 years: Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel, Rev. Delbert McLaughlin ot the Congregational church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. SAINZ — Died m San Bernardino, Calif., July 6, 1963, Mrs. Pomposa F. Diaz Sainz, 545 W. Stuart, Redlands, aged 57 years, native of Redlands and resident of Redlands for life. Rosary will be recited at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Emmerson Redlands Chapel. Requiem Mass will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday in St. Mary's Church, Rev. Ricardo Meza. pastor, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. TYGER — Died in Redlands, California, July 5, 1963, Wafe William Tyger, 1615 Park street, Redlands, aged 78 years, native of Pennsylvania and resident of Redlands for 4 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. L.Uiie ueue lyger ana - - " „„,^ one son, Leland Tyger both of ""^Tt^ltr^?- "^Sesde services wUl be held "^^^^^^/L ^„^rv-l''^f^ at 1 p.m. Tuesday at the Hillside ^ade of Stockton J^y^^Py^^ Memorial Park, Rev. Aaron Eu- f d L^^Sen R6 Lea ' rich, pastor of the Temple Bap- '""^ ^1 grandchddren 86 grea- tist church, officiating. Interment grandchddren and 10 great-great- in Hillside Memorial Park ceme- grandchildren. tery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Redlands Daily Faefs Monday, July 8, 1963 - 5 Second dog clinic set for Wednesday Hours of the clinic will be 10 ..iu ucfiui , .™ i^.i... the clinic. The thurd and final clin- The annual College of Baton will is scheduled later this month, get underway on July 29 with the Persons who fail to obtain the public display night scheduled for $3 city license for their dog by Aiimicf 9 in thp TFR .<;tjiHitiTn. T..I.. OI t.^ July 31 will have to pay double tbe normal fee as a penalty. Mrs. Hodge dies suddenly at home Freda Gansner (Mrs. Victor N.) Hodge, 69, who was bora in Bryn Mawx when it was known as Old San Bernardino, died sud- dently Saturday morauig at the family home on Highway 99 near Loma Linda. She was the daughter of former San Bernardino City Councilman Henry F. and Mrs. Gansner, and moved to San Bernardino with her parents in 1906, livfag there for some years. She and Jlr. Hodge were married in 1916, moving shortly thereafter to Northern California where he was a coach and physical education director m Berkeley and Santa Rosa high schools. In the xmd 1920's, the couple returned to this area and have lived at their present address for over 30 years. Mrs. Hodge operated a dog kennel at this location and Mr. Hodge continued as coach at San Bemardmo High school, retiring in 1952. In addition to her husband, Mrs. Hodge leaves three children, Capt. Jack C. Hodge, a pilot in the USAF now stationed at Bunker Hill Air Force Base; Jlrs. James E. Cooper of Palm Springs and Mrs. Paul L. Taylor of Redlands; a brother, W. George Gansner of Arcadia and five grandchildren. Services are pending with Stephens and Bobbitt Funeral Home in San Bernardino. The family suggests that friends who wish may make contributions in Mrs. Hodge's memory to their favorite charity. Mrs. Sally Patrick dies Mrs. Sally Patrick. 321 Eureka street, who leaves 131 descendants, died in San Bernardino yes- TiP<.pa.:Prt IS survivea dv n i s ^erday at the age of 80. Bora in She leaves four daughters, Wil- Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 1 p.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mor- PATRICK — Died in San Beraar- tuary with Virgil Leach, pastor dino, Calif., July 7, 1963, Mrs. of the Central Church of Christ, Sally Patrick, 321 Eureka street, officiatfag. Interment will follow Redlands, aged 80 years, native at Montecito Memorial Park, of Alabama and resident of Red Auto - Home - Accident - Life INSURANCE Insure with asstirance. Have companies that handle aU your insurance needs. AL. KEZENDES 127 Cajon St, Bedlands PY 2-3442 & PY 3-4152 SHOE CABRIEL BROS. Semi - Annual Women's Grace Walker DRESS SHOES High or Mid Heels in white or bone. Broken lots of regular stock. $11.95 Value Reduced to . . . Dress Flats, Sandols White or bone. Odd lots, broken sizes from our regular stock. $6.99 Value Reduced to 6 3 SALE 5 Women's DRESS SHOES White, Bone or Spectator. Short lines of our regular stock. $10.95 Vdue Reduced to . . . Flats, Sandals or Thongs White or bone. Short lines — noV all styles in every size but a good selection. $5.99 Value Reduced to . Women's DRESS SHOES White, bone or black. Some are sample shoes. Reduced from our Thrift price. $11.99 Values Reduced to . . . DRESS FLATS White or bone. Some are sample shoes. A good selection in most sizes. Reduced from our Thrift price. $«.99 Vdues Reduced to . . . 288 GABRIEL BROS FAMILY SHOES BANKAMERICARD 27 L State N °r ."a Redlands

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