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Local Notes We'll Be Open Thursday Night Closed Friday night, this week only. Fowler's men's store, 107 Orange. x "Onlr One Redlands" Dr. Lawence E. Nelson's Diamond Jubilee Book now on sale at Kediands Daily Facts. Proceeds benefit Kediands Community Music Association. Hard Covers, $10; paper backs, $2. Now Open Redlands most modern laundromat. 527 Texas St. x Damaged Plaster Charles E. Mosso, 326 San Rafael reported that juveniles knocked holes in the plaster walls of his welding shop at 701 Stuart street Monday evening, according to a police report today. Something New at the Country Kitchen. Complete dinners, $1.55. A different menu each evening. 5-8. 1265 Brookside. X Liquor Store For Sale by owner, PY 7-9207. x Grass Fire Firanen answered an alarm at 7:47 p.m. last night for a grass fire at Seventh street and the Southern Pacific tracks. The blaze, probably started by children playing with matches, covered a 10 by 15 foot area. Dr. Austin R. Welch has returned from vacation. 7923246. .\ Going Away? Don't stop your Facts - let us mail it to you. Call 793-3221. x Echo in the South The balloon satellite is mostly commonly seen in the northern sky but at 9:30 p.m. this evening it will be south of the city. 38 degrees above the horizon and mov ing southeasterly. Ladies Get your manicure, pedicure or patty nails built at The Hair 'Em. Call 792-2356 and ask for Mary, x Free Delivery Service on orders $5.00 and over. Phone 793-5371. The Food Center, 118 E, Redlands Blvd, x Lloyd Yount named Marshall of parade Cart Riders Juveniles riding shopping carts have broken two doors and left black marks on the floors of the self service laundry, at S16A Te.\as street, according to a police report. Older Home Wanted Will buy 44)edroom plus for cash. 793-4470. X Venetian Blinds Ready-made, all metal. 24" to 40" widths. $4.95 ea. Alaxwell- Means, Corner of Citrus and Orange. X Tyger Funeral Graveside services for Wafe Wil liam Tyger, were held Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. from Hillside Memorial Park. Rev. Aaron Eurich, pastor of the Temple Baptist church, officiated. Rural was at Hillside Memorial Park, Emmcrson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Conklin Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Mahala McBean Conklin, were held Tuesday at 10:00 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel. Services were conducted by a member of ihe Christian Science Church. Cremation followed at Montecito Jlemorial Park. Davis Services Funeral services for Mr. Noble Davis were held 11:00 o'clock Tuesday morning in the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Charles I. Lloyd Yount, a native and life long resident of Redlands has been named grand marshal of the Diamond Jubilee parade in November, it was announced today by the Jubilee board of directors. Mr. Yount is manager of the Redlands - Highland Fruit Exchange in Redlands and is often called "Mr. Sunkist." His selection as grand marshal was based on the consensus of the board that the person selected should be a local person of pioneer stock and whose roots are buried deep in the heart of the community. Mr. Young 'nas been part of the citrus industry all his life as a grower and as a packing house field manager and manager. His father, L. 0. Yount, came to this valley in the 1890's and in 1893 married Ida Furney, a member of the pioneer William Curtis family of the Mission district. In 1895 the Yount family settled in the Mission district at the corner of Citrus avenue and New Jersey street and later on Orange avenue and New Jersey where Jlr. and Mrs. Yount fanned 20 acres of citrus and operated an apricot drier. It was in this atmosphere that Lloyd Yount grew up. He attended local schools and was graduated from Redlands High school with the class of 1919. From there, he went to the University of Redlands for four years before turning back to the citrus industry which became his life. In addition to caring for his own LLOYD D. YOUNT Photo by Wm. Elmer Kingham groves, he became a field man for Orangedale, for Redlands Cooperative Fruit association and finally manager of the Redlands Orange Growers association. For a time, he and Donald S. C. Anderson also owned and operated the Paine Fumigation company, a citrus pest control concern. Mr. Yount has been active in many facets of the citrus industry on a state and national level and has served as chairman of the county agriculture-industry com­ mittee on air pollution control problems. He has also been active in virtually every worthwhile community endeavor over the years but has been a particularly staunch supporter of the Salvation Army, which, a few years ago conferred upon him the distinction of honorary life membership on the Advisory board. Another phase of his life whidi will stand him in good stead as grand marshal of the parade is his interest in horses. He has been active in the horseback riding fraternity for years and has ahnost always ovraed riding horses. A lew years ago he became interested in the Tennessee Walker horses and now rides them exclusively. At the present time he is president of the Rim of the World Riders. Living the history of Redlands along with him is his wife, the former Doi-othy Scott, who is also a native Redlander and lifelong resident. They have one daughter, Joyce (Mrs. Alan) Dangerraond of Redlands and three grandsons. There are also two brothers in the Yount family, all of whom have remained in the community and been leaders in it for many years. They are John Yount, a Mission district citrus grower, and one of the prominent national figures in Field Archery, and William Yount, a former Olympic track star, coach and local business leader. Thursday night 7 to II p.m. Mad Night Sale in Downtown Redlands Save on Paint and Wallpaper m mcouHT w/cfs 4 in. Full Stock Nylon Brush 53.69 5 in. Full Stock Nylon Brush 44.19 6 in. Full Stock Nylon Brush $4.69 3 in. Full Bristle Enamel Brush .$1.39 Brushes 25c, 3Se, 49c, 59c & 79c Aluminum Paint for Trucks, Trailers and Roof. $6.50 Value, qt. $1.39, Gal. $3.85 Porch, Deck and Floor Enamel $5.50 Value Qt. $1.39. Gal ,.$3.85 Hi-Gloss Kitchen Enamel $5.50 Value QL $1.29. Gal $3.85 All Weather Spar Varnish $6.00 Value Gal. $3.85 United States Gypsum Vinyl Exterior Stucco & Masonry Paint $6.50 Value QL $1.45 Gal $4.85 Log Oil Redwood Stain GaL 41.95 We have a large stock of new trimmed wallpaper Single roll 35c, 6Se, 85e Sun Gloss White Enamel S4.65 Value. Gal. $2.95 7 in. Pan & Roller Set $1.19 Value 79e White Vinylife Exterior Stucco & Masonry Paint $4.85 Value Gal. $3.85 9x12 Plastic Drop Ooth $1.00 Value .45e Alkyd Latex Rubber Base Washable WaU Paint $6.50 Value Gal. $3.85 White Enamel Satin Finish Semi-Gloss $4.95 Value GaL $3.35 16 oz. Spray Can 89c White Bam & Fence Paint $3.45 Value GaL $2.85 V* in. Masking Tape Roll 60 Yds 69e Flat White OU Base $3.45 Value—-GaL $2.85 HOME OWNERS PAINT STORE 9 West St«l» St. Redlands Open 9 a. m. S:30 p. m. It's that time again. Take your mad money and go. Wliere? Wliy to the Mad Nite Sale in Downtown Redlands Thursday night, July 11, 7-11 p.m. Can't find your way? Well then follow the Beam to Downtown Redlands, the searchlight beam. It's the second annual sidewalk sale and bigger and better than ever. Bargains galore will be displayed on the sidewalk, in the street and in the stores. Last years first annual affair drew some 5,000 people to the downtown area for the Freeway Freedoms sale. Stores on State street between Orange and Seventh will be open as well the stores on Orange between Redlands boulevard and Citrus. Booths with articles of everj- kind will be set up in the middle of the streets and on part of the sidewalks in front of the various stores. The second annual sidewalk sale is being put on again by request of the public after last years successful evening. Soft drinks and hot dogs will be on sale during the Mad Nite provided. The Mark Five Boys combo will be in action all durmg the sale They have been heard by many people during the Footlighters "Dirty Work At The Crossroads' play. One of the features of the eve ning will be "for sale" dresses displayed on live models in front of one of the stores. Be sure to follow the beam to the biggest bargain nite of the year in Downtown Redlands. Don't forget your mad money for the second annual ilad Nite Sale, Sale and entertainment will be I from 7-11 p.m. on Thursday. About People Paul L. Butler of Redlands is listed on the spring term honor roll from Oregon State University. To qualify for honor roll listing, students must make at least a B plus average for the term. Butler will be a junior this fall in Education. Hopkins Pastor of the Second Baptist Charch officiating. Pallbearers were R. B. Burton, Joseph S. Means, Claud Jackson, F. Fortson, R. C. Belmi, David Bullard Interment in the Hillside Memorial Park- Shipp Services Funeral ser\'ices for lilrs. Vala Shipp were held 2:00 o'clock Monday afternoon at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. Carl Doss of the First Methodist Church officiating. Interment in the Hill side Memorial Park. Mrs. Robert Faeciola (Beverly Yount) and little daughter. Traci, 3, are here from Los Altos for a visit of a couple of weeks with Jlrs. Facciola's parents, Mr. and -Airs. Wiliam Yount, 415 West Sun set drive. Weather June 10 June 11 June 12 June 23 June 14 June IS June 16 Juno 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 Trap. 24 S«»Boun son .03 7.29 July July July July July July July July July July 10 . 68 . 73 . 73 . 74 . 88 . 94 . 93 . S5 . 90 . 91 . SB . 75 . 74 . 80 . 68 . 97 . 91 . 85 . 92 . 93 . 95 . 93 . 9S . 94 . 88 . S3 . 88 . 94 . 95 . 93 58 52 55 57 52 56 S3 58 60 57 55 58 58 57 •19 54 55 54 S3 55 55 54 53 54 57 54 55 55 58 57 .03 J4 7 .32 7J6 TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. DaUi wnXIAM G. MOOBX, PnlilUtwr. rSANK E. KOOB*. BdJtsc. PnbUshed ever T matag (execst buOdlac 700 Brook- Sunday) "t r»et» tSim at Center. Radlaadi. CalUomla. rounded October 23, 1890. 73rd Tear. Entered ai leeond dan nutter October 23. 18S0, at the Post Ottlet at BedUnds. CaUiorala. under act of Marcb 3. 1878- SUBSCRIPTION RATX (la Advaacet By Carrier BellTary Osa Mentk Tkrte Moatks Sti Maalka Oaa Xaar . OB * Maalk By tua - IE .H Polish major flies family to West Berlin BERLIN (UPI) - A Polish major today flew his wife and two children to West Berlin in a single-engincd Polish military plane to seek asylum in the first air escape to Red-encircled west Berlin. To get to West Berlin the major had to fly over 50 miles of Soviet zone territory separating this isolated Western outpost from CoEfiraunist-run Poland. A U.S. spokesman said the major landed at West Berlin's Tempelhof Airport on the part of the field used by the U.S. Air Force at 3:15 p.m. Details of the major's flight were not immediately available. A U.S. spokesman said the complete story of the escape could not be learned tmtil the U.S. mission here found a Polish interpreter. The major landed his aircraft on the grass on the militapr side of Templehof Airfield in the .American sector of Berlin. Part of the airfield is used by commercial traffic and part by the U.S. Air Force. The Americans immediately rolled the aircraft into a hangar and barred all visitors from the military side of the airport. Officials said the Pole asked for political asylum as soon as he landed. Vital Records BIRTHS PEREZ — Bora, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Albert Perez, 2026 Salerno avenue, Mentone, July 1, 1963, at Redlands Community hospital. 0.4KES — Bom, a daughter, to Dr. and Mrs. Francis Oakes, 1002 Fletcher avenue, July 10, 1963, at Redlands Community hospital AUTRY — Bom, a son, to Sir. and Mrs. Howard Autry. 32847 Avenue D, Yucaipa, July 9,1963, at Redlands Community hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED WARREN-WARN'ER - MDan G. Warren, 24, and Mary Blaine Warner, 21; both Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) DEATHS GAUGH - Died in Redlands, California July 9, 1963, Mrs. Martha 0. Gaugb, 1032% Orange street, Redlands, aged 70 years, native of Missouri and resident of Redlands for 38 years. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, Rev. Aaron Eurich, pastor of Temple Baptist Church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPD-Rails outperformed the general market to day despite threats that the nation's carriers may go on strike. Earlier today a rejection of Kennedy's plan to settle the rail labor dispute touched off a landslide of selling. However, things quieted during the afternoon and Wall Street adopted a wait and see attitude as the President made attempts to ward off a rail strike. Industrials were down slightly in the Dow Jones averages but rails maintained a slight upside edge. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs SOinds 716.28 708.90 712.12 off 1.97 20rrs 176.46 173.09 175.00 up 0.73 15 uUs 139.90 138.41 139.11 off 0.38 6oStks 258.30 255.08 256.65 off 0.23 Sales today were about 3.73 million shares compared with 3.83 million shares Tuesday. 10 Mojt Acllve Slocks (Dow-Jones Serrlce, Conrtesy Lester, Broni ii Co.) 203 E. Stale Volnme Close Chne 140,!oe Cbrytler 6«"4 — li 91.900 Penna. lt .R. I97» + >i Kl^OO Control Data — 14 5«.6»0 Chcmway It'.i + H i'.^oa CUlele 33 -r a 49,600 Kayser Both 25 +1 411.000 Pan Am. Air. 39?i + U 3i;,70O Elect. Assoc 5» + «i «.7(io Scott Paper 3S<4 nnch. 33.400 Glen Alden IJ^i + '.i NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Elbert Lopp 1732 Clay St. Redlands Calif. x Commercial zone wins favorable consideration Commercial zoning for a one block section of Texas street received favorable consideration by the Planning Commission yesterday. The new zoning would apply to properties along the east side of Freeway overpass and Stuart avenue. Planning Director W. C. Schindler noted that uses on these properties are already predominately commercial in nature. This portion of Texas street is presently zoned JM manufactur- mg. Schindler pointed out that commercial uses will become even mere appropriate when the widening and realignment of the street is completed. "The improvement will encourage additional traffic along this street," he said. Jordan Berg, president of Redlands Feed and Milling, located about 20O feet south of the proposed commercial district, expressed concern that the new uses permitted might be incompatible with the milling company which creates a certain amount of dust. The commission adopted a resolution recommending that the City Council approve the Texas street commercial zone. Other Matters On other matters the comrais sion took the following actions: —Denied a proposed zone change from R-2 multiple residential to R-2-2,000 for four acres on the north side of Cypress avenue, 180 feet west of East Redlands boulevard. The request was made by Fred G. Johnson, who later withdrew a proposed subdivision for the same property because the cost of covering a drainage ditch on the land was prohibitive. —Recommended approval of 22-lot subdivision on the south side of Fem avenue, 100 feet west of Sherivood street. Vacate Request —Approved a request for the va cation of an alley between Tribune street and Post street, north of East Sun avenue. —Approved a request by H. W. Heers of Riverside for permission to split property on the south side of Palm avenue west of Roosevelt road. —Recommended approval of a request by Charles P. Culp to split property on the north side of Pacific street, 450 feet west of Ridge street. —Denied a request by U. C. Knipp for permission to split property on the north side of Palmbrook drive, 100 feet west of Ash street. The Commissioners maintained that the lot split would lower the standards of the large lots previously created in the area. Purchase Approval —Approved plans by Redlands Public Schools to purchase property located on Colton avenue adjacent and west of Franklin Elementary school. —Aproved a 34-lot subdivision overlooking the freeway in the Cr\-stal Springs area. Tract, submitted by John D. Heers of San Bernardino, is on the southerly side of Crestview drive, 700 feet east of Ford street. Redlands Daily Facts Wed, July 10, 19^ - 7 RETIREES HONORED — Fellow employes in the administrative offices ushered Dr. Carl Bell, left, and Wilbur Vroman, right, into retirement in the humorous tradition of the Friar's club at a recent dinner party in the board room. One of the "gifts" each received and is holding was a caricature done in wafer colors by Mrs. Dora Manning, curriculum secretory. Dr. Bell's read "Adios Don Carlos" and come complete with serope, sombrero and mop of South America. Mr. Vromon's caricature shows him headed out Barton rood by the Asisfencio enroufe to the Mission district where he is now superintendent, Mrs. Bell, center left and Mrs. Vroman shared the evening with their husbonds. Violent quake in Peru LIMA, Pem (UPD- A violent earthquake shook Arequipa, 600 miles south of here, early today. The four-second tremor sent people scurrying to the streets in panic, but there were no early reports of damages or victims. The same area sustained two severe tremors Friday and Saturday, Country club honors three at dinner Redlands Country club members held a special recognition dinner last night for Mrs. Samuel U. Graham, Mrs. Edward (Marguerite) Montano, and Leo Crane who are leaving the club employ. Paul Gerrard, club president, presided at the affair attended by 85 persons, at the clubhouse. Julian Blakeley spoke in tribute to Mrs. Graham for her service to the club as secretary for the past 14 years. WiUiam G. Moore lauded Mrs. Jfoatano for her contributions to the club as a caterer since 1949. He also noted the service of Mr. Montano. Mr. Gerrard thanked Mr. Crane for his work as golf professional for the past two years. Mr. Crane has resigned to become head pro at Hacienda Country club, La Habra. Mrs. Graham was presented a watch and Mrs. Montano a silver dish as mementoes of their years of association with Redlands Country club. Fellow employes mark Bell, Vroman leaving Poulfty and Eggs LOS ANGEIXS, July 10 (UPt) — Eggs: Prices to retailers t.o.li. distributor plants (delivcrcil I'i cents higher: AA extra larse 39',i-43li. A extra large 3Sii-»l!i. AA large sm-SS':,, A large 30!i-31'i. B large 26H-27!i, AA medium 25',i23^i, A In a humorous vein a la Friar's club. Dr. Carl S. Bell and Wilbur Vroman were formally ushered out of their positions with the Redlands public schools and into retirement by their fellow em­ ployes in the adrainstrative offices at a recent dinner party. The never-to-be-repeated humorous stories and incidents in the lives of the two men were offered by Ernie Owen, Don Mcintosh, Robert Campbell and Worden No!- lar, while Kenneth Hurlbert served as master of ceremonies. Gifts of a humorous nature were also presented to the honorees, induduig caricatures typical of their lives in retirement. In a more serious vem, Supt. H. Fred Heisner paid tribute to the work of the two men and presented gifts from their co-workers. Dr. Bell, who has been coordinator of instructional materials, is retiring this summer and expects to do some documentary film work in South America where he lived for many years. And Mr. Vroman. who was assistant superintendent of schools- for business and was in the district for 25 years, retired from that post to accept a position as superintendent of the Mission district west of Redlands. Arrangements for the retirement party were made by a committee chairmanned by Johanna Leest. She was assisted by Mrs. Rita Buckmaster, Mrs. Eula Bell Collins, Bill Gibson, Mrs. Helen Grisamore. Dr. Heisner, Mr. Hurlbert, Mrs. Dora Planning, Frank Marquardi, Mrs. Shirley Ohle and Jlrs. Gwen Silky medium 24K-25ti. AA small 17',4-2Hi, j A small 16!i-17ii. Prices to consumers: AA large 29-50, A large -43-50, AA medium 29--14, A I medium 33-Jl, AA smaU 32-38, A I smau 29-3S. Poultry: Fryers 17-19, roasters 21-25, light type hens S-SMj -wtd. avg. 5.17. hens cross S -eii wtd. avg. 6.15, turkeys: yearling hens 16-16>/r, young hens 22, j-oung toms 21, fryer roasters 21. INSURANCE AETNA C * S CO. EMPLOYER'S GROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "YOUR PROIEaiON IS MY BUSINESS" JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 1T4 8tfi Street Redlands Goir's Sidewalk Sale of dogs Thursday Night, July llfh Only->7 to 11 O'clock 1 You'll Fmd a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facts Classified Ads Announcemenf of Funeral Services mS. MARTHA 0. GAUGH Services 11:00 a.m., Thursday, at F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL f.iUtTHUft CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDEAVL .pt 2-1411 Amouncemen\ of Services S.-UNZ, Mrs. Pomposa Diaz Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Today St. Mary's Church PATRICK, Mrs. Sally 1:00 p.m. Today Redlands Chapel KENNEDY, .Airs. Esther 11:00 a.m. Thursday Redlands Chapel LUNA, Rosario Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Friday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Saturday St- Mary's Church LEE, Mrs. Alice Helen Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Sunday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m Monday St. Joseph The Worker Church Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Mongrel Croup of Men's Pants Come and get 'em — we don't want 'em! Cottons, corduroys, synthetics in belt loop and beltless models. Sharply cut! Waist sizes 29-40. Were $4.95 to $7.98. Take 'em away for $2.49 to $3.98! Selecfed Group of Dogs of All Breeds Brother, what a eonglomerotioni Shirts, sweaters, ratty neckties, straw hats, sweat shirts, and a whole lot more. Come and be surprised! Yours for HALF-PRICE! lor mo Chfhm Sinet 1932 11 East St«t« St. —Dial PY 1-2505 W. Eugen Malone Roy L Cuin Ewrcitt* I. Froiilen

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