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Local Notes Style Salon needs hair stylist. Experience necessary. 423 E. Citrus. 792-4877. 3 Closed af < p.m. Friday. Open again at 7 p.m. for an nual sale. Imperial Hardware Co., 19 E. Citrus. Echo Time At 8:51 p.m. today, Echo II vill be over the North Star, 20 degrees higher, moving southeast. Sing Along With HaHiclds "Wouldn't you really rather have a Buick," is especially true during our Volume Sale Days. Our of fers are to good to pass up. All 1965 Buicks in stock included in this sale — and they're going fast. Come in now to Bert S. Hatfield Buick in the big Buick Bargain Block between 7th and 8th on East Redlands Blvd. x Rummage Sale, May 21-22 1st Methodist Church, Olive & Cajon. 8 to 4 in basement. x Draperies — Just For You! Norris Yardage & Draperies, 110 Orange St., Dial 793-3248. x Beat The Heat! Have your roof or window cooler serviced now, Call 797-6204. X Sale—Gigi Party Shop! Hallmark cards ¥i price, while they last, Gigi Party Shop, 219 Orange St. x Election Meeting Officers and convention dele gates will be elected by Redlands Post 106 of the Anlerican Legion at the regular meeting at 8 o'clock tonight, according lo Commander Ed Vande Berg. Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free Shop at Larry's Pamt House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&II. Green stamps! x 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. DAV Rummage Sale Disabled American Veterans Rummage Sale May 21, 22, 23 at 615 Brookside Avenue. x Wo Have Halibut, fillet of sole, salmon, sword fish, red snapper, sand dabs, shrimp. Barron's Market, across from Fox Theater. 793-3139. x ROAY to Meet Tonight The Redlands Organization of American Youth (ROAY) will discuss plans for a proposed Youth Concert and a May 22 dance in Redlands High school's Terrier Hall when it meets tonight at 7:30 p.m. in the Smiley school multipurpose room. Two-Band Dance PhiUp Marmolejo Post No. 650 of the American Legion is planning a dance for Saturday night to be held from 9 to 1 in the clubhouse 1502 North Church street. Music will be by two groups, Henry Camarena's band and "EI Conjunto Imperial". After five-hour PUC hearing Flashing RR signals veiled in uncertainty NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Vem N. Becker, 1718 Webster street, Redlands x TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Weather April 20 April 21 April 22 April 23 April 24 April 25 April 26 April 27 April 28 April 29 April 30 Jlay 1 May 2 — May 3 May 4 May S May 6 • May 7 — May 8 May 9 — May 10 May 11 May 12 May 13 May 14 May 15 May 16 May 17 May 18 May 19 May 20 Temp. 90 53 85 53 81 50 84 49 93 54 92 56 92 57 92 55 95 56 96 58 88 53 82 50 73 54 66 43 70 43 70 44 70 51 68 44 76 40 81 45 84 4S 85 49 69 55 65 53 70 S3 88 49 85 51 91 54 87 54 85 53 82 54 SalnfaU 24 Hours Season .10 10.44 Installation of flashing signals at four railroad crossings in Redlands remains veiled in uncertainty following a Public Utilities Commission hearing yesterday. Redlands city officials firmly declared theur refusal to participate in any agreement for installing the signals as long as the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe railroads persist in their demand that the city share in the annual costs for maintaining the devices. PUC engineers outlined their recommendations that interconnected flashing light signals be installed at railroad crossings on Tennessee street. Church street. University street and Judson street. Engineers for the Southern Pacific raibroad urged the PUC to require the installation of automatic crossing gates at Judson street, describing gates as "extremely desirable to reduce confusion." City officials had anticipated that the issue of maintenance costs could be settled as a result of the PUC hearing, but testimony on that question was prohibited by PUC examiner Kent C. Rogers. Five Hour Session Rogers, who" presided at the five-hour hearing held in the Redlands School Board Room, asserted, "There will be no determination of maintenance costs at this hearing. The PUC has deferred such decisions." The hearing was limited to testimony on the need for upgrading protection at the four railroad crossings, the types of warning devices needed, and to the allocation of initial installation costs. Both the Southern Pacific and the Santa Fe representatives recommended that the City of Redlands pay half the costs, while each of the railroad companies would pay one-fourth. Edward F. Taylor, Redlands city attorney, advised the PUC examiner that the city had already reached agreement with the two railroads on the types of signals to be installed and on sharing installation costs. Conditional Agreement He stressed, however, that the agreement was contingent on the city not being required to share in the annual maintenance costs now or in the future. 'The PUC historically has not required municipalities to share in such costs," Taylor explained. But Taylor was blocked from entering the city's position regarding maintenance costs into the hearing's official record. Public Works director Jolm R. Shone started to read a prepared statement on maintenance costs, but was not allowed to complete the statement. "My understanding of this meeting was to discuss maintenance costs," Shone remarked. During a hearing recess, Rogers explained to newsmen that the PUC would probably make a prompt ruling on whether it should order signals to be installed and on apportioning installation costs. He said the ruling would probably be made within four to five weeks. But city attorney Taylor maintains that the PUC will not be able to make a definite ruling as long as the city refuses to enter into an agreement with the railroads. "The PUC can only make a recommendation, he said. Two Redlands residents appeared at yesterday's hearing to make statements. Dr. James Ifft, 506 Lytle street, emphasized the need for interconnected signals at the Southern Pacific and Santa Fe crossings at University street. He related that he was nearly struck by a train while driving across the Univei-sity street tracks because the wigwag device was not working and he did not hear the warning beUs. Later in the hearing, PUC engineer Frank 0. Haymond, Jr., referred to warning bells as "horse and buggy' protection. Blind Crossing Mrs. John M. Hatfield, 1028 W. Crescent, told the PUC examiner she was appalled that the "blind crossing" at G r o v e street was not included as part of the PUC investigation. She related that her daughter was involved in an automobile-train accident at the Grove street crossing on Feb. 6. Mrs. Hatfield's statement was allowed to be entered into the record only after Rogers explained that signals at the Grove street crossing would not be considered at this time because Grove street was not an official part of the PUC investigation. G. R. Mitchell, representing the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers, stressed the immediate need for upgrading safety conditions at the Redlands crossings and stated that "after all these years" some action should be taken to reduce the danger. ART IS 'IN' — The student who finds a rewarding hobby in art is no longer considered a "square," as demonstrated by, from left, Ernest Dimilio, Patricia Moore, John Abbott ond Dee Owings, shown holding their entries in the Cope Junior High art, industrial orts and fashion show. Built on the theme, "Art is 'In,'" the show will be held Monday evening, beginning at 7 p.m. The affair will also include open house at the school's new, ultra-modern library- Vital Records BIRTHS VAN ENGEN—Born, a son, Michael Loren, to Mr. and Mrs. Larry Van Engen, 112 North University street. May 19, 1965, at Redlands Community Hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Everette J. Franken, 1211 Washington street. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Herman Van Engen, 1020 Church street. Maternal great-grandmother is Mrs. Rena Dalfsen, 1211 Washington street. CONRAD—Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Frank K. Conrad, 50 North Ash street, May 18, 1965, at Redlands Community Hospital. LONGO—Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Longo, 32218 Avenue E, Yucaipa, May 18, 1965, at Redlands Community Hospital. LOVIN—Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Lovin, 24631 Fourth street, San Bernardino, May 19. 1965, at Redlands Community Hospital. TARANGO—Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Tony Tar- angto, 1016 Post street. May 19, 1965, at Redlands Community Hospital. HOLT—Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Holt, 10055 Avenida Mira Villa, Cherry Valley, May 20, 1965, at Redlands Community Hospital. MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED DAVIDSON-RAY — E d g a r J. Davidson. 39, Riverside; and Frances Ray, 42, Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) KREGE-AZEVEDO — John A. Krege, 21, and Frances B. Azevedo, 18; both Yucaipa. (Issued in Las Vegas) ORTIZ-MARQUEZ — Frank Vega Ortiz, 27, Redlands; and Dolores Marquez, 19, San Bernardino. risei'fKi in Las Vegas) CROW-GASPONI - Jimmie D. Crow, 22, and Kathleen A. Gasponi, 21; both Yucaipa. DISHINGER - BEERMANN — Ronald C. Dishinger,'23, Redlands; and Eileen A. Beer- •mann, 21, Tucson, Ariz. BIXLER-NIMMO — Harvey J. Bixler, 26, and Gail M. Nimmo, 19; both Redlands. CASTANEDA-RIOS — Martin Castaneda, 18, Redlands; and Barbara L. Ri'os, 18, Bloomin gton. GONZALES-NXOTEZ — Merced Gonzales, 25, and Victoria S. Nunez, 25; both Redlands. DEATHS NORRIS — Died in Riverside, /Innouncemenf of Services ELLIS, Infant David 1:00 p.m. Friday Calimesa Chapel NOKRIS, Orie M. 2:30 p.m. Friday Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 There's a Cortner Funeral Service For Even the Most Modest Budget. F.ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE •PY2 -14n Refrigerated room nearly claims life of man, 32 A 32-year-oId Indio man was rescued from the brink of death today after his portable oxygen pack failed "inside a controlled-atmosphere refrigeration room at the San Gorgonio Fruit Co. plant in Redlands. The victim, Richard Keim, who operates an Indio fruit packing firm, was reported "doing all right" in the emergency room of Community Hospital where he was taken following a tfension-filled rescue operation at the plant at 337 Sixth street. Firemen, who took part in the rescue gave this account: Keim, wearing a portable breathing unit because of t h e refrigeration room's low oxygen content, was working with another man when his oxygen supply apparently gave out. Calif., May 18, 1965, Mr. Oris M. Norris, 35566 Acacia street, Yucaipa, aged 85 years, native of North Carolina, and resident of Yucaipa for 1 year. Deceased is survived by his children: Mrs. Ella Giles, Albuquerque, N.M.; Mrs. Ann Davis, South Gate, Calif.; Mrs. Hazel Pruitt, Yucaipa; William Norris, South Gate; Oris L. Norris. Cudahy, Cahf.; and the following brothers: I. N. Norris; Joseph Norris; Ross Norris; Maylon Norris and LeRoy Norris all of Oklahoma. Also 6 grandchildren and 5 great granchchildren. Funeral services will be held Friday 2:30 p.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Rev. Marshal B. Pruitt, pastor of the Trinity Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Desert Lawn Memorial Park. ELLIS — Died in ReiJIands. Calif., May 19, 1965, David WiUiam Ellis, 438 Myrtlewood drive, Calimesa, aged 6 months, native of Redlands, and resident of Calimesa for life. Deceased is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ellis, Calimesa; his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Shumake, Calimesa; his paternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ellis, Ocoee, Florida, and one brotlier Melvin Lee Ellis of Calimesa. Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. at the Emmerson Calimesa Mortuary chapel. Mr. E. Paul Mathews, pastor of the Yucaipa Church of Christ, officiating. Interment in Mt. View Cemetery, Beaumont. He tried to switch on a reserve tank and panicked when it failed to operate. The other man, Ted Kendall, saw Keim collapse and tried to pull him out of the room, but was unable to because of Keim's size. Kendall summoned a third man Jack Anderson, who rushed into the refrigeration room and applied the mouthpiece of an other breathing unit to the unconscious Keim's mouth. With the help of several others, Keim was pulled from the room. Fire department rescue personnel called to the scene about 10:46 a.m. gave resuscitation to Keim, who was unconscious and breathing erratically when they arrived. Resuscitation was continued by ambulance attendants who rushed the Indio man to the hospital where he was expected to recover. Keim reportedly was working on a load of fruit he had brought in when the incident OC' curred. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. May 20 lUPIl — Eggs: prices to retailers f.o.b. to diB- tributor plants (delivered I'a cents highen: AA extra large 37'/i-39i,i. A extra large 36'/i-38V2, AA large 29"a-33'i. A large 27'/b-28'.i. B large 23'i-24',2. AA medium 25'!-28'/2. A medium 23'i-24>i. AA smaU IS'A- 21'4. A smaU le'a-lTU. Prices to consumers: AA large 31-50, A large 35-45. AA medium 29-44, A medium 30-42, AA small 34-37. A small 31-34. Poultry: Frj'era 17-19, roasters 2125. egg type hens delivered iVs-SVi wtd. avg. 5.11, at ranch 3-4Vi wtd. avg. 3.93: turkeys: fryer roasters 221,2, young hens 27. Railroad signal at Grove street now deleted Plans for the installation of a railroad crossing signal at Grove street have been delayed indefinitely. Public Works director John B. Shone informed the City Council this week. Shone, is requesting the Council to adopt resolutions authorizing implementation of 1965-66 gas tax projects, reported that the Grove street railroad signal had been deleted from the list of projects originally approved. The original proposal included 57,500 for the city's share of the railroad crossing signal on Grove. Shone explained that it has been discovered that Grove street does not qualify for gas tax monies under state requirements. He added that steps will be taken to add the street to the list of qualifying streets and that the crossing signal appropriation would be added "at a later date." The question of the Grove street signal was also raised yesterday by Mrs. John Hatfield, 1028 W. Crescent, during a Public Utilities Commission hearing on the installation of flashing signals at Tennessee, Church, University and Judson streets. As an interim measure, the city Traffic Commission has been asked to consider establishing a stop sign to stop south bound traffic at the Grove street crossing, according to City Manager R. P. Merritt, Jr. Costello girl gets Peace corps post Michelle Costello, granddaughter of Mrs. Margaret Costello. of Redlands, and Mrs. Mary Bellenger, of Yucaipa, has been admitted to the Peace Corps with an assignment to teach English in Ankara, Turkey. Miss Costello is the daughter of Maj. and Mrs. R. E. Costello, of Adair Air Station, Corvallis, Oregon. She spent a holiday in Redlands and Yucaipa two years ago, visitmg her grandmothers. She will graduate June 11 from Western Washington University. Library open house, too Annual Cope art show to be held on Monday "Art is 'in' " will be t h e theme of the annual art, fashion and industrial arts show and the Library open house to be held at Cope Junior High school Monday, beginning at 7 p.m. Art work of the seventh, eighth and ninth grade students will be displayed in the multipurpose room, with the fashion show at 8 in the patio. Work of the industrial arts students will be displayed in the shop building. Shop and library will be open before and after the Fashion Show. The students of Mrs. Raphael Greno and Joseph Gray have prepared a large display of the many facets of their art work. In addition to the student work, paintings by art teachers of the Pilot to show trip films "Mission Flight to San Bias", by Clarence Hirst of Loma Linda, wiE be presented tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at the Red lands Seventh-day Adventist church. As the pilot for three dentists, a doctor and their wives, Mr. Hirst will show colored pictures and relate his experiences as they ministered to the needs of the Indians of the San Bias Islands located off the coast of Panama. On Saturday morning. Pastor B. L. Hassenpflug will continue with his series of helps on practical living for Christ and speak on ".Avoiding JIany Thorny Griefs". Bogle to talk in Calimesa J. B. Bogle will be the guest speaker at the Seventh Day Adventist church, corner of Fourth and Myrtlewood drive Calimesa, tomorrow at the 11 a.m. worship hour. He will talk on "Rewards of Obedience". Mr. Bogle has been conference treasurer for 10 years, including four years each in the Ohio and Iowa conferences. The sabbath school begins at 9:30 a.m., under the director of Giles Cooper. GRANTED DIVORCE LOS .ANGELES (UPI)-Kathleen Nolan, star of the "Broadside" and "The Real McCoys" television series, was granted an interlocutory divorce decree Wednesday from Richard Heckenkamp. Miss Nolan, who charged Heckenkamp with mental cruelty, waived alimony. She was given custody of the couple's son. Spencer, 1. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. PRANK X. MOOBE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sundayl at Facts buUding, 700 Broolt- side at Center, Redlands. California. Founded October 23, 1890, 75th year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890, at the Post OHice at Redlands. California, under act of March S." 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE iln Advancei By Carrier Delivery One Month $ l..^n Three Months 4.20 Six Months 8.30 one Tear 16.40 One Month One Tear — By Mmil -.1 1.50 _ 18.00 Redlands schools will be on display in the new library. Under the guidance of Mrs. Nathan Moore, Mrs. Cecil Merchant and Mrs. Jay Kime, the homemaking students will model school and street clothes and sportswear which they have created. "Store" clothes from Her Highness will also be modeled by students. Wood, metal and jewelry projects produced under the direction of Larry Munz, Paul Wingren and Ted Schmidtmann will be on display. Copper bowls and trays, jewel boxes and book ends can be seen in the metal shop. In the wood shop, furniture, skate boards, turned and laminated bowls and basic projects can be seen. The jewelry classes have silver rings and pendants, plastic paper knives and assorted leatherwork to be viewed. Student guides will be on hand to conduct visitors through the beautiful new Cope Library. Wayne Dean, coordinator of art education for San Bernardino County schools, will judge the art show. Dean, a Redlands resident, is well known in Southern California for his watercolors and oil paintings. The public is cordially invited to attend this evening of "the arts" and enjoy a tour of the new library. Redlands Daily Facfs Thurs., May 20, 1965 - 5 McCall to live in Norway for eight weeks Redlands High schooj student Allan L. McCall will spend eight weeks this summer with a family in Molde, Norway, under the American Field Service student exchange program. The RHS junior, son of Dr. and Mrs. Allan McCall, 202 W. Palm avenue, will leave for \2\v Yoi -A „;me 25 uom wnere i.o •.vill fly to Rotterdam. HoUan;'. f-^m ? h' -'U go by train and boat to Molde. McCall is one of two KHS students who will participate m the .4FS program this year. The other student, Kathy Idc, has applied for the winter school program, but as yet no home has been found for her abroad by AFS officials. Molde is a comnivmity of some 5,000 persons on the west coast of Norway. While there, he will live with the Ottar Redal family, which has one son. Elif, 17. The Norwegian youth reportedly is interested in sporls, hiking fishing, reading, politics, and history. While living with t h e family, McCall expects to do a considerable amount of hiking, one of the Norway national pastimes. McCall currently is commissioner of projects at RHS and is a varsity letterman in football and baseball. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPD—Sharp declines in autos sparked a general selloff on the Stock Exchange today. Ford and General Motors were heavy losers. Du Pont was also a heavy loser. Union Carbide and Allied Chemical were nicked with small losses. Eastman Kodak was slightly higher. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs 30 ind 934.17 922.41 927.27 off 4.85 20 rrs 208.77 206.38 207.45 off 0.99 15 Utl 162.82 161.10 161.89 off 0.06 65 Stk 321.60 317.76 319.40 off 1.37 Sales today were 5.75 million shares compared with 5.88 million shares Wednesday. 15 Host Active stocks (Dow-.I"lies Service, Courtesy Lester, Uyona & Co.> •Ziir, £. Slate Volume Close Chnff. I44.30O Kord .'.oij, -17s lin .dOO Chrysler -1 lOR.SQO Ampex _ IB'i. - «(i !):t,700 Great A. A P 4ci'« + '» 77,5(m Elec, Assoc •::,•<, _ i', 7l,li(m Sperry Rand . ri-'H — 'i (i7,40ll WoolnorUl M't '« Il(i ,2tl0 Thiokol ^^•••H 4 I'i .li.nOO Gen. Motors II>1=H —2 .il..ilm Pan Amer. Air. .. :(•!•', - 'i ril.imo Taft Broad fi<z - 30,SI10 Sears 6!IU _|i, t.^.KtlO Roan Seltr. Tr. .. ".^tt unch. I2.«(I0 Pan Am. Sulph. J.". + 'n 41H">I)U General Tire :ia's — 'i • • • v/ith dean local frade- Ins that are coming in during our May Volume Sale of New 1965 Buicks Come in now and Help Us Unload "Buy-Now" Prices On All Used Cars in Stock! Save up to $400 this week! 37 CARS TO CHOOSE FROM BERTS. HATFIELD The Big Buick Corner East Redlands Blvd. From 7th to 8th Dial 793-3238

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