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Local Notes Losf—Siamese Cat Vicinity of Judson & Lugonia Ave. Reward. Contact Louis Fletcher, 793-3687. x All Kinds of Chairs for Father's Day. Largest selection in town. Prices start at S24.95. Use our layaway plan. People's Furniture, 218 Orange. X Rummage Sale, May 21-22 1st Methodist Church, Olive & Cajon. 8 to 4 in basement. x YMCA Theft Reported Paul L. Grieco, 18, of 1003 W. Olive avenue, has reported the theft of a S75 watch and keys from a locker at the Redlands YMCA, 500 E. Citrus, police said today. Missed Papers Phone Redlands Daily Facts circulation department before 6:30 p.m. week days, or 2:30 p.m. Saturdays to report missed papers and obtain delivery. Spray Guns For Rent Redlands Paint, 102 W. Stale. Purse Taken in Lot Mrs. Virginia L. Brugman of Highland told police her purse containing $520 in jewelry and So in cash was taken from her car Friday while it was parked in the lot at Sage's. Essick Cooler Pads Free delivery, day or evening, call 794-1130. Essick Roof coolers — your best buy in home cooling — by far. Ed Sampson Heating & Cooling, 1338 Wabash. X The Christian Science Monitor, an international daily newspaper is sold at the Christian Science reading room. Masonic Bldg., 131 Cajon street, Olive Street Market, Post Office, Sage's and U. of R. Bookstore, x Draperies — Just For You! Norris Yardage & Draperies, no Orange St., Dial 793-3248. X Beat The Heat! Have your root or window cooler serviced now. Call 797-6204. X Phaseout plan details announced at Norton Some 2,302 jobs connected with the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area (SB AM A) operations at Norton AFB will be transferred or eliminated between July and December of this year, it was announced today. Detailed plans for the phasing out of SBAMA operations now located at Norton were released today by Gen. Ralph C. Rockwood, SBAM.A commander. The SB.'VMA phaseout was originally disclosed last November 18. In the next five years, a total of 5.031 jobs will be either transferred to other air force install- atins or eliminated entirely. The greatest porcentasc of the affected jobs will be civilian po- silions. About 2.2.i0 employes now as-! signed to SBAMA jobs will bej transferred lo the Mililary Air| Transport Service (MATS) and! will remain at Norton to carry! out base operation responsibilities. Gen. Rockwood disclosed today that the MATS unit, which will arrive at Norton AFB in mid -1967, will take over responsibilities for base operation which have been i -arried out by SBAMA. Of the 5.031 jobs affected by the SBAMA phaseout, a total of 2,891 positions are to be transferred to other air force bases, while a total of 2,140 positions will be eliminated. He added, "The most precious commodity we have are the skills of our people and we will do our best to offer all of them functional transfers." Other job classifications are During phase one (July 19651 to December 1965) of the!being shifted to Wright-Patter- SBAMA phaseout, some 1.115,son AFB m Dayton, Ohio, and manpower spaces will be shifted''o Tmker AFB, Oklahoma City, lo Hill AFB at Ogden, Ulah.: Oklahoma, and 468 will go to the Sacra-' Some SBAMA personnel have mento Air Materiel .-^rca at Mc -i already been recruited by other Ciellan AFB • '^u" Materiel Areas and have The four-vear phaseout plan'"'°^-«^ '° ^Y", '-^^^^'Snments, calls for an orderly transfer ou" ^^^'^^^^ „^ ^BAMA phaseout are as follows: July 1965 to December 1965— Total job impact, 2.302: Posi- i lions transferred, 1.610; Positions 'eliminated. 692. These include tnc previously j January 1966 lo June 1966 announced Air Force Audit Ccn-; Total job impact. 980; Positions ter. due to arrive by August !.,ii-ansferred, 453; Posilions elimi- 1965, and the .Aerospace Aiulinj ^a^gj 537 Air Transport Service, both: .July 1966 to June 1967 - Total scheduled to hegm njierations at jgi, impact. 1,080: Positions transferred, 559; Posilions elimi- air materiel area functions at Ihe same time as Norton is being prepared for occupancy of new missions being as -j signed lo Ihe base. .Morton by July 1, 1967. Gen. Rockwood stressed thai the figures released today are "planning goals" and subject to revision. "Significant planning changes will be released four to six months in advance of actual moves," the general said at a hurriedly called 1 p.m. press conference today. nated, 521. July 1967 to June 1968 — Total job impact, 422: Positions transferred, 91; Positions eliminated 331. July 1968 to June 1969 — Total job impact, 247; Positions transferred, 178; Positions eliminated, 69. service conducted for Kafie Stanfill Sherwin-Williams Paints Alder's Paint and Art Store. 25 E. State St., 792-3355. x Knights of the Roundtable Bill Bollinger. University of Redlands student, will discuss a recent UR student survey on racial discrimination among Redlands apartment house owners when he appears tomorrow as guest speaker before the Redlands Knights of the Roundtable meeting at tlie Elks Club. Metz Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Nellie Frances Metz were held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. John D. Foersler, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, officiating. Entombment was made in the Mausoleum at Pomona Centery, Pomona. NOW YOU KNOW By United Press International New York City has more po lice officers than the combined totals of the next five cities — Chicago. Philadelphia. Los Angeles, Detroit and Baltimore, according to the World Almanac. Private memorial services were held here yesterday for Kalherine L. Stanfill, 7, who died May 9 from injuries receive in an auto accident. Rev. Willard A. Schurr. pastor of the First Methodist Church in Redlands officiated. Cremation was at Montecito Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Miss Stanfill, na native of Colorado Springs, Coo., resided in Redlands for seven years. Surviving are her parents, Mr. and Mrs. James W. Stanfill of 1426 E. Colton avenue; three brothers, Michael, Ronald and Terry, all of Redlands; her maternal grandparents. Dr. and Mrs. R. A. Farries of Dana Point, Calif., and her paternal grandfather, Frank Epperson of Farmington, N.M. Those who wish may make gifts to the "Katie Stanfill Memorial Fund" for the benefit of Redlands Community Hospital through the Redlands branch of Security First National Bank. Decade on school board Kahl, Poston service to be commemorated Dunn famify sees display in fhe sky The John Dunn family, 670 East Palm avenue, was treated to a spectacular one- shot fireworks display late Saturday night by what they believe was a meteorite burning up in the earth's atmosphere. Above 10 p.m. Saturday, the family saw the "extremely bright" ball of fire shoot south to north across the eastern horizon, generally above Mt. San Bernardino. "It was much bigger than any shooting star I've seen and it had a long tail, almost like a comet," Mrs. Dunn related. She added that the "bright white" object was traveling horizontally about 30 degrees above the horizon. It was in view for several seconds until fhe family lost sight of it behind some trees. Weather nalnfaU Temp. 24 April l,") 74 April 16 77 April 17 80 April IS SO April 19 89 April 20 90 April 21 85 April 22 81 .^pril 23 84 April 24 .13 April 25 92 .•\pril 2S 92 April 27 92 April 28 95 April 29 96 April 30 88 May 1 82 May 2 _ 7:i May 3 66 Jlay 4 70 l\Iay 5 70 May 6 70 May 7 68 May 8 _ 76 May 9 81 May 10 84 May II 85 May 12 69 65 70 . . 88 . .95 . 90 Hours Season May 13 ... May 14 .. Slay 15 .. Alay 16 . , May 17 48 47 52 53 53 50 49 54 56 57 56 59 53 50 54 48 43 44 51 44 40 45 45 49 55 53 53 41) Jury to speak to new local Masonic group Community Hospital .'Administrator Ed Jury will explain the hospital's expansion program at a meeting of the newly formed Inland Empire Ma.sonic Club, scheduled for 6;30 p.m. Friday at the Redlands Masonic Lodge 300. The club, mostly a social group currently, was formed for the purpose of establishing a new lodge in Redlands in the future, according to President Royce Zeek. The meeting programs include areas of interest in civic, aerospace, industrial and professional fields. Members have been asked to make reservations for the Friday dinner meeting by calling Frank Parrott, 794-1940, or Dr. Frank Bishop, 792-2286. Redlands will express its appreciation of retiring veteran school board members Robert E. Kahl and Dr. David G. Poston during a dinner scheduled for 7 p.m. June 3 at the University of Redlands Casa Loma room. The men, each with a decade of service on the educational policy making body, decided to retire when their terms ended this year. Donald C. Beckord and Dr. J. Richard Allard have been elected to replace them. The appreciation dinner will feature talks by Waldo F. Burroughs, Redlands mayor; Roy Hill, county superintendent of schools; Dr. H. Fred Heisner, Redlands school superintendent- and Frank E. Moore, editor of the Redlands Daily Facts. Plans include presentation of citations to the men by Charles R. Stultz, clerk of the school board. Enlerlainmenl will be provided by the Redlands High school a capella choir under direction of Wilbur Schowaller. Tickets for the affair, S3.25 each, may be purchased from iany school in the Redlands Unified school district or from the district offices at Lugonia ave nue and Orange street. First elected to a school j board post in 1955, Kahl is presi- Ident of Redlands Federal Sav- iings and Loan association. Dr. I Poston, first elected in 1954, is! I professor of history and director of general studies at the University of Redlands. Their terms will expire June 30. They became members of the Redlands Unified School district board in unification election Jan. 15. 1962. Kahl and Dr. Poston drew two-year terms, while Stultz, -A. R. Schultz Jr. and Richard L. Scott received four-year terms. >tnnouncement of Funeral Services FORREST MUNHALL Rosary services will be recited at 7:30 p.m., tonight, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 10:00 a.m., Tuesday, at the Sacred Heart Church. Minister dies after accident in Yucaipa The Rev. Godfrey Grafelin. 64, a Methodist minister from Desert Hot Springs, died yesterday at Loma Linda Hospital from injuries received Friday in a two-car collision in Yucaipa. The California Highway Patrol said the accident occurred at Bryant street and .•\venue H. The driver of the other car was identified as Donald Ray Warden, 32. of 35640 Shelly street, Yucaipa. Warden escaped in jury. Supreme court to decide on Communist registering WASHINGTON (UPD— Theiment against individuals as Supreme Court agreed today to P^i'lJ' members, decide whether individuals o&n]^^^^^' ^^^i""^ ""^ Supreme ;be required to register with the! L .-vgreed to give swift consid- ' government as members of the oration to a deadlock which Communist party under thelbas developed between state Subversive Activities Control f."^ federal courts on reappor- p^^y tionment of the Illinois State It'will hear arguments in the S™"'?,'™*^„ "^f"^ the court case next faU after ,he new P'-o''i''"y;vilMake action before term starts and then will settle ""'"'"S s"'"'"*^-- n^'^' the issue by a later written ... ^ o ,. • opinion. At issue was a U.S. -Handed down a 5-2 ruling in court of appeals ruling which ^ Prolonged and complex fed- upheld registration orders ?".l-st^te dispute over Cabfor- sought by the Justice Depart- I . f 'court applied international law to the case which upheld California's authorities over an area at Monterey Bay but held that three other bay areas were not under slate jurisdiction. —Denied a hearing to Clarence H. McKinley of Phoenix who challenged Arizona's requirement that only a qualified embalmer may be a funeral director. —Agreed to examine a New York ruling which the defendants said established a new and unfair lest for determining monopoly under the Sher- Demolition of old house to be sought A request for authorization to demolish the former Gospel Supply House structure at Citrus and Eureka will be presented at tomorrow's City Council meeting. City Manager R. P. Merritt, Jr., has advised the Council that the property should be cleared and used for parking. The structure is located at Ihe northeast corner of Citrus and Eureka. ••Demolilion of this structure is recommended because of its age, deterioration, appearance, excessive remodelling costs and potential fire hazard," Merritt stated. The cily manager's request to the Council also asks aulhoriza- lion lo prepare the land for parking use and also to negotiate for a parking lease. Other items on tomorrow's Council agenda include: —Award bid for the demoli­ lion of three old buildings at the Highland avenue pumping plant. —Award bid for installation of sewer line extension in Citrus avenue to Moore Junior High school site. —."Vdopt resolution formalizing city approval of proposed Gas Tax street projects for 1965-66. Vital Records BIRTHS REEDER—Born, a son, Scott, to Mr. and Mrs. Steven Reeder of San Dimas, May 16, 1965, at Pomona Valley Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Stephens of La Verne. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. 0. C. Reeder, 430 Alvarado street. ORTIZ - Born, a son. to Mr. ...^ and Mrs. Henry Ortiz, 30; man antitrust law. A group of Announcement of Services SJHTH. Leonard Lee Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel F. ARTHUR Emmerson CORTNER I Mortuaries ^^^/^/^y/^/ 1 Chapels 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. PY 2-1411 i ,03 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Lincoln street. May 16, 1965, at Redlands Community hospital. FURLOW — Born, a son. lo Mr. and Mrs. Gro\cr M. Furlow, 1705 North Orange May 1. 1965. al Redlands Community hospital. DEATHS MUNHALL—Died in Redlands. California May 15. 1965, Forrest Munhall, 911 Church street, aged 85 years, native of Pittsburgh, Penn., and resident of Redlands for 56 years. Rosary services will be held this evening at 7:30 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass will be tomorrow morning at 10 o'clock from the Sacred Heart church with Rev. Henry W^ Keane official, ing. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Those who wish may make Memorial contributions to the Heart Fund, in care of Mr. Lewis I. Pierce, 205 E. State street. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge of funeral arrangements. STANFILL — Died in Redlands, Calif., May 9, 1965, Miss Kalherine L. Stanfill, 1426 E. Cotton avenue. Redlands, Calif., aged 7 years, native of Colorado Springs, Colo., and resident of Redlands for 7 years. Private Memorial Services were held Sunday 1 p.m. Rev. Willard A. Schurr. pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Cremation. Montecito Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. companies in the burglar alarm and protection service contended that the lower court ruhng would make size alone rather than criminal intent a major street.'factor in antitrust prosecutions. —Set aside contempt of court convictions of two Virginia .Negro attorneys who contended they were punished by the judge essentially for their civil rights activities. The registration features ol the Communist control law has been the subject of legal dispute since its passage by Congress in 1950 both as to its application to the party itself and to individuals. "The Justice Department has not yet succeeded in obtaining any compliance. Winners named in Y Circus poster contest Free tickets to the four-day Great Y Circus have been given to 18 Redlands High School ai-t students who were named winners in the circls' poster contest. Top winners were Jimmy Cardoza, first; Gayle Wright, second: Jean Jcrgcr. third, and Linda Peck, fourth. Honorable mention winners were Candy Boom, Linda Pharc. La Dona Bischoff, Pal Snow, Susan Leake, Dennis Allred. Linda Seals, Robyn C r e a r. Leighann Tenney, Sandra Cole, Kim Walker, Betty Hardy, Jannis Sims, and Melinda Burns. The winning posters will be placed at several points throughout the city to publicize the circus, which is scheduled for the coming Friday and Saturday and next weekend May 28 and 29. The performances, to be held in the YMCA gym, will begin at 8 p.m. each evening with doors opening at 7. Tickets are now on sale and reservations may be made at the V office. Contestants in the poster competition are students in the RHS art department taught by Bernard Lowery. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, May 17, 1965 - 5 TOP PARADE ENTRY - The recently formed Redlands YWCA Precisionettes drill team won ays Pat the first place trophy os outstanding marching unit in yesterday's Yucaipa Valley D< parade. Members of drill team in top photo are (left to right standing) Valerie Haite, . . Campbell, Kathy Serveson, Debbie Reynolds and Vicki Huey; (left to right kneeling) Wathena Walker, Anolee Smoot, Francie Lee and Debbie Edwards. Drill team members in bottom photo ore (left to right standing) Pam Smith, Judy Hoemon, Deanna Spyksma, Lynda Marelocke and Cindy Rossi; (left to right kneeling) Cindy Smith, Donna Von Sickle, Linda Orwig and- Debbie Nagosoka. (Daily facts photos) : CHURCHILL N.Y. Stocks .\EW YORK (UPl) — Slock prices skidded today but the lo?.s in the popular averages was inflated by a heavy dro|) in Du Pont. The decline in Du Pont which amounted to 11 points al its low for the day. was attributed lo trader's disappointment over the company's failure to split the slock as Ihey expected. Steels turned easier. Chrysler was the biggest loser in a fractionally lower auto section. Eastman Kodak was under pressure as were Monsanto and Allied Chemical. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 941.52 928.07 930.67 off 8.95 20 rrs 210.06 206.97 207.40 off 2.10 15 utl 162.82 161.16 161.89 up 0.02 65 slk 323.56 319.12 320.05 off 2.58 Sales today were 4.98 million shares compared with 5.86 million shares Friday. Yucaipa board to discuss salary reports Reports from teachers' and classified employes' salary research committees are scheduled to be given tomorrow night at the regular meeting of the Yucaipa School Board. The meeting will begin al 7:30 p.m. in the school district's offices al 12592 California street. Other tiems on the board's agenda include discussion of preliminary revisions of the 196565 budget and approval of an auditor for the 1964-65 school i year. US.^CENTS "ANGRY LION" — In 1946 Churchill made famed "Iron Curtain" speech at Fulton, Mo. First commemorative stamp \v;as sold there Thursday. The black and white stamp, based on Karsh photo, is available at Redlands Post Office. Santa Monica girl wins title LOS ANGELES (UPI)—Kathy Hage. a 5 - foot-7, 120 - pound blonde, will represent California in the Miss Universe Beauty Pageant in Miami May 25. Miss Hage, IS, of Santa Jlon- ica. was chosen Miss California on Saturday from a field of 25 contestants. oltim i).C.(lll I.IIM) j .sdtt f ;.!Mi<t "..•:iMi '..M!lt I.[no & T. 1.-. Most .Active Stocks iw-.Ionrs Sprvit -C, Ctturtesy Lester. Rvons & Co.) •^(15 L. State ! Close Ch; K.C.A - Anirr. T. Polaruici Chrysler IIupp t Irftrnnirs A Ford Sprrry Kiind I.iving>lon Oil Roan Sclct. Trust, fieneral Tire . 'j::' Kai.ser Aluminum Ht' Reynolds Metals 14- Pan Am. Air. . :ir-< Intl. Paper Scars Rucbuck . .. "I' ssn. -I 'i unch. Citrus Market LOS .ANGELES, May 17 <UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s 88s First grade 4.09 4.05 3.84 Second grade ....2.89 2.68 2.62 113s 138s 163s First grade 3.62 3.11 2.98 Second grade ... .2.55 2.82 Trend: About steady navels. Orange Pickers Good earnings, steady work, Apply CONE CAMP River Growers Ass'n. Ph: 794-1151 .luninr linals Jim Fallows competes in speech final Redlands high school Jim Fallows reached the of the Optimist Club Southern California speech contest held in San Diego Friday, but did not place, it was reported today. Fallows, son of Dr. and Mrs. James A. Fallows, won the zone 7 championship, held here early in April, lo become eligible for the Southern California contest. Earlier, he won the local championship sponsored by the Redlands Optimist club. NOTICE I I will nol be resp-insible for Jany debis incun'ed by anyone ; oilier than myself. \'iclor G. l.ylle Ui64 E. Lugonia BUS STATION Under New Management The address below is the place to go for all information on Greyhound travel. Your new Greyhound agent-a member of your own community -has full details on Greyhound's low fares, frequent schedules, scenic routes, stopover advantages, preplanned vacations, charter buses... even Greyhound Package Express. Step in and say hello...today! 351 Orange Street W. V. CRANFILL, Agent Phone 793-3244

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