Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 25, 1965 · Page 5
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Local Notes Beat Tht HeatI Have your roof or window cooler serviced now, Call 797-6204. I Escrow Talk Slated Savings and loan association executive Dorothy Clausen will speak at the Redlands Board of Realtors at its meetmg set for 8:15 a.m. tomorrow at the YWC.A. Topic of her speech will be "Instant Escrows," it was announced. Odds and Ends Sale of discontinued pieces of furniture, lamps, pictures. Slashed to ridiculously low prices for this warehouse sale. McEwen's, 17-21 W. State street. x Style Salon needs hair stylist. Experience necessary. 423 E. Citrus. 792-4877. X Theft Reported Police are investigating the reported theft of $16 from the Redlum Poultry Research Corp. office at 1435-C W. Park avenue. Officers said entry possibly was made by picking a door lock with a piece of wire or small stick. Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic Building, 131 Cajon, open to public Monday through Thursday 10-5, Friday 10-10, Saturday 10-1. x Veterans Dinner World War I Barracks 1370 and its auxiliary will meet for a covered dish dmner tomorrow at 6:30 p.m. in Lugonia hall. All are asked to bring table service and prospective mem bers. Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Bid?., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x Furnace Overheats Firemen were called to the home of Carmelo P. Berlinger, 1217 W. Cedar avenue, about 10:33 p.m. last night to clear the structure of smoke stem- mmg from an overheated furnace motor. Damage was confined to the motor, firemen said. Warehouse Sale New furniture, used furniture, appliances, TV — Half-Price. 1006 No. Orange. 3 days only! 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. \4. Street name changed ta honor college SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)— A change of name for a street near the new San Bernardino State College site, to honor the college, was voted Monday by the County Board of Supervisors. The Board voted to have State street, from Cajon boulevard north to the Barstow freeway, in the Muscoy area, hereafter known as State College parkway. Supervisor Nancy Smith, in whose district the college is located, said the City of San Bernardino and college officials asked for the change of name. College and city officials were in the audience when the resolution for the renaming was adopted. DEMOLISHED AUTO — Police officials exam ine the wreckage of a car which roared out- of-control today across Brookside and slammed into a palm tree near Safety Hall, injuring three women. Foliage at the left is a 12-foot palm ripped out as the car shot across the divider island- (Facts photo by Herb Pasik) In front of police department Three Redlands women hurt in car accident Three elderly Redlands viom- en who had just attended a longtime friend's funeral services were seriously injured today in a spectacular auto accident on Brookside avenue in front of Safety HaU. The driver. Sue (Mrs. E. D.) Ballou Nickerson, 75, of 936 San Jacinto, and her two passengers, Marjorie (Mrs. George) Fisher, 78, of 523 Wahiut, and EUa (Mrs. Henry G.) Clement, 82, of 1315 E. Colton, were rushed to Community Hospital by ambulance. Police said Mrs. Nickerson suffered eye and elbow injuries. Mrs. Clement, a passenger in the front seat, received severe facial injuries when her head struck the windshield. Mrs. Fisher, a passenger in tlie back seat, received a possible arm fracture. Investigating officers said the Nickerson car, which had been parked in the lot adjacent to the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, 221 Brookside, roared through a hedge facing Brookside about 11:20 a.m. The car grazed the rear of another vehicle which had just pulled up to the curb, shot across the center divider, ripped out a 12-foot palm tree and slammed into a larger palm just west of the driveway between Safety Hall and the County Building. Officers theorized that the accelerator may have stuck as Mrs. Nickerson was preparing to pull out of the parking lot. Jlrs. George K. Johnson of 11 University place, driver of the car which was struck by the Nickerson vehicle, was not hurt, police said. The three injured women had attended 11 a.m. funeral services for Mrs. Margaret Miller Norwood, a longtime friend, and were leaving for home when the near-tragedy occurred. Scores of residents, many of them customers at the nearby post office, flocked to the scene and traffic was tied up briefly until the wreckage was cleared. The front end of the Nickerson car was virtually demolished when it plowed into the larger palm tree. The smaller tree, ripped from, the divider island by the car, was pulled across the westbound lanes by the out-of-control vehicle. Couple visiting here issina in aircraft New price schedule WICHITA, Kan. (UPl) — In this community where a local gas war has sent the gasoline prices plummeting as low as 21.9 cents a gallon, JuUus Mengers posted an amazmg sign reading "regular, 57.9," Mengers said his price was a protest against tlie price war and, if he couldn't be lowest he would be the highest. He also noted liis price was for two gal Ions of gasoline, not one. ^VILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. T^A.NK E. MOOBE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday! at Facts buHdlng. 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands. California. Founded October 23, 1890, 75th year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890, at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advancpi By Carrier Oeliverr One Month „„. 9 1.50 Three Months 4.20 Six Month! 8.30 One Te»r 16.40 One Month _ One Year — By Msil -» 1.S0 _ 18.00 Weather aaUifaU Temp. 24 . 92 56 . 92 57 59 53 82 50 54 April 25 AprU 26 April 27 92 53 April 28 „ _ 95 56 April 29 96 AprU 30 88 Jlay 1 Way 2 73 May 3 66 48 May 4 -.- 70 43 May 5 _ 70 44 May 6 .._ 70 51 Way 7 68 44 May 8 76 40 May 9 81 45 May 10 84 46 May 11 85 49 May 12 69 55 May 13 65 53 Hours Season .03 10.34 May 14 , Way 15 , . 70 53 .10 10.44 88 49 May 16 95 51 May 17 - _ SI 54 May 18 87 54 May 19 85 53 Way 20 _ 84 54 May 21 77 55 May 22 69 48 May 23 63 51 May 24 66 52 May 25 75 52 .01 :0.45 "We had an early dinner and drove them to the airport," Mrs. Peter Davis of Redlands said today. "They took off in the plane and haven't been seen since." Mrs. Davis and her husband, who reside at 638 Palo Alto drive, were the last persons to see a Woodland Hills couple still missing on a flight from Ked- lands to Van Nuys. The couple, Gerald and Sherry Crovilz, flew into Redlands Airport about 11 a.m. Saturday in a leased Cessna 172 to visit the Davis', who moved to Redlands from Woodland Hills some five weeks ago. Davis, who recently assumed a new post here with Lockheed Propulsion Company, and Crovitz became acquainted through adult scouting acitvities in the Woodland Hills area. "They called us when they got here," said Mrs. David. "We picked them up and took them to look at our new house." According to the Redlands woman, the two couples had an early dinner and the Davis' then drove their guests to the Airport from which they took off on the return trip to Van Nuys. The first hint of trouble came the following morning when the Crovitz's three sons, who had visited the San Diego Zoo Saturday with a Boy Scout group, became concerned about their parents' absence. One of the boys called his grandmother who in turn notified the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. A cheek of all airfields in San Bemardmo and Los Angeles counties failed to turn up any sign of the missing couple. Inspector Komer Dyal of the San Bernardino County Sheriff's Department said a six-hour aerial search yesterday ended without a downed aircraft being sighted. According to Mrs. Davis, Crovitz apparently planned to follow the San Bernardino Freeway route on his return flight to Van Nuys and may have drifted off course in the Ontario area as a result of heavy winds Saturday afternoon. A theory that the overdue plane may have gone dowTi in Cajon Pass was discounted by Inspector Dyal. "We went over the entire area there without a sightmg," he said. Meanwhile, further aerial searches over the San Bernardino and San Gabriel Mountains have been hampered by overcast skies. Molina hurt when auto hits tree Jesus Alvarez Mohna, 52, of 503 W. Colton avenue, was injured yesterday when his car struck a palm tree on Alvarado near Chestnut, police reported. Molina was treated at a doctor's office for head and knee lacerations and shoulder abrasions. Investigating officers said the accident occurred about 4:24 p.m. as MoUna was making a left turn from Chestunut onto Alvarado. PoUce said his foot apparently slipped off the brake pedal and onto the accelerator. Wrong way pigeons WIESBADEN, Germany (UPl) — Members of the Wiesbaden and Mainz pigeon breeders clubs released 4,700 birds last Saturday in a demonstration of their homing ability. Only 50 pigeons returned. "Our members are worried sick," a spokesman said. "What could have happened to 4,650 pigeons." Korean President visiting in Los Angeles LOS ANGELES (UPD — Republic of Korea President Park Chung Hee and his wife planned to spend today rela-xmg, their scheduled trip to Disneyland cancelled because the park normally is closed on Tuesday. A spokesman said the first family of Korea decided to rest rather than make special arrangements to \'isit the amusement center. The couple leave Los Angeles Wednesday morning for home, ending a two - day stay here and a 10 - day \'isit to the United States. Monday night the president and Mrs. Park were entertained by Mayor and Mrs. Samuel Yorty at the mayor's Studio City home m the San Fernando Valley. The Yorty dinner v.-as in the form of a western barbecue around the mayor's swimming pool, and featured steak as the mam course. Lloyd Hand, U.S. chief of protocol, was among the guests. Others included actresses Rhonda Fleming and Shirley McLaine. Photo Fiesta to return to Redlands As many as 2.000 photographers from Southern California and Arizona ai-e expected to gather in Redlands Sept. 19 for the annual Photo Fiesta of the Wmd and Sun Council of Camera Clubs. Sponsored by the Sirobliters Camera Club the photography show will be hold in the Redlands Bowl and the surrounding park area. A joint effort by the Siroblit­ ers and the Chamber of Commerce succeeded in promoting the return of the event to Redlands. The one-day affair was initiated locally and held here but for the last several years Riverside has been the host city. Yucaipa still objecting to bypass sign The Battle of Katzun Hill in Yucaipa echoed yesterday in the chambers of the Coimty Board of Supervisors. Supervisors referred to the County Highway Department for study of a letter from the Yucaipa Valley Board of Realtors protesting a traffic bypass which routes traffic onto Oak Glen road below Katzun Hill, thus bypassing the business sec tion between Seventh and Bryant streets. Realty board President Minnie B. Kivett charged in the letter that left turns off Yucaipa boulevard are hazardous at tlie Oak Glen turnoff point, that peO' pie entering Yucaipa Valley should be given an opportunity to see the downtown area and that a less hazardous turnoff point for Oak Glen exists at Bryant and Y'ucaipa boulevard. Survey ends tomorrow on library Takmg two or three minutes to fill out a questionnaire at the A. K. Smiley Public Library can help library officials make plans for improved service, says Mrs. Gene Millar of the library staff. Mrs. Millar remmded residents that the regional survey the Redlands library is participating in wUl end tomorrow. The study, being conducted throughout Southern California, is designated to determme what kind of service is being offered and what can be done to improve it, she explained. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Private service to be held for Jean Mclntyre Private graveside services will be conducted in Riverside tomorrow morning for Jean Fraser Mclntyre, 77, who until 1949 lived in Redlands for many years where she was widely known as a private duty nurse. Miss Mclntyre died early yesterday morning, shortly after midnight, at her home in Laguna Beach where she had lived for 17 years with her sister. Miss Katherine Mclntyre. A native of Eastern Canada, Miss Mclntyre received her 'nurse's training at Riverside Community hospitaL During World War I she was a Red Cross nurse in the Palo Alto Military hospital and during her years in Redlands she first was on the nursing staff at the old Nordina street hospital. I Most of her nursing career was as a private duty nurse in this community. After retiring and moving to (Laguna Beach, Miss Mclntyre continued to assist in hospital work as a volunteer and was an original member of the Hoag Presbyterian Hospital Auxiliary in Newport Beach. She was also active in work at the Community Presbyterian church in Laguna, was a member of the Woman's club and of the American Legion Auxiliary there. In addition to her sister, Katherine, she leaves a nephew, John Mclntyre, and two nieces, Mrs. John Farmer of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Mrs. John Matich of Riallo. Tomorrow's services will be conducted at Evergreen Cemetery in Riverside. Friends who wish may contribute in Miss Mclntyre's memory to the Heart Fund, care of Lewis I. Pierce, Lester, Ryons Inc., 205 East State street. Vital Records BIRTHS HEST.4NT) — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. William Hestand, 1155 Washington street, May 24. 1965, at Redlands Community hospital. WOOD — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. William Wood, 12657 Twelfth street, Yucaipa, May 24, 1965, at Redlands Commimity hospital. DEATHS HOLZER — Died in Yucaina, Calif., May 24, 1965, Mary" J. Hoizer, 34803 Pecan street, Yucaipa, aged 74 years, native of Czechoslovakia, and resident of Yucaipa for 6 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Peter Hoizer of Yucaipa, the following children: Mrs. Velasta Faulkner, Granada Hills, Cahf.; Mrs. Grace Overstreet, \'an .Nuys, Calif.; Siegfried J. Hoizer, Simi Valley Calif.; Mrs. Pear! Adams, Crater Lake. Oregon; Mrs. Betty Coleman, Middletown, Conn.; and one sister Mrs. Anna Wmkler, St. Louis, Mo.; also two sisters in Czechoslovakia. The remains will lie in slate at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary Chapel from Tuesday noon to 9 p.m. Service will be at the Praiswater Mortuary in Van Nuvs. HUMPHREY — Died in Redlands, Calif., May 20, 1965, Robert L. Humphrey, 34787 Avenue H., Yucaipa, Calif., aged 78 years, native of Colorado, and resident of Yucaipa for 12 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Mildred A. Humphrey of Yucaipa, one son, Lee Thomas Humphrey of Saudi .\rabia. Also one grandson. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 11 a.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Rev. William Sloan, pastor of the Y'ucaipa Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. P.ARKER — Died ui Redlands, Calif., May 23, 1965, Arthur S. Parker, 12740 4th street, Y''ucaipa, aged 70 years, native of New York, and resident of Yucaipa for 3 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Stella V. Parker of Y'ucaipa, the following ciiildren: Mrs. Wilda Dade, Bellevue, Washington and George Parker, Visalia, Cahf. Also 5 grandchildren and 2 great grandchildren and one sister Mrs. Emma A. Allen of Elizabeth Tomi, New York. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Yucaipa Masonic Lodge No. 725, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. HINKLE — Died in Redlands, CaUfornia May 25, 1965, Glen C. Hinkle, 1310 Jasper avenue, Mentone, aged 66 years, native of Missouri, and resident of Mentone for 3 years. Fimeral services will be announced later by the F. Arthur Cortner chapel. NUTRITION NOTE TTHACA, N. Y. (UPl) — In the United States where food is abundant and varied, it is possible to obtain the amount of nutrients recommended without eating more than one needs for energy, or resorting to vitamin and mineral capsules. Prof. Grace Steininger, of the Cornell University College of Home Economics, made thatj point during a conference on nutrition. Loss pared to $400 Country Club burglary still being probed Redlands police were continuing their investigation today into the burglary of the local Country Club which occurred sometime late Sunday or early Monday. But at least the loss was considerably less than the $2,000 originally feared. An inventory by dub officials showed that the actual extent of the loss was S299.15 taken from a locked filing cabinet; $76.80 taken from a cigarette machine and $37.30 worth of liquor. The club, in its early estimate, had feared that other weekend receipts in the safe might also have been taken. However, once the police had completed their crime scene search, the inventory showed that the thieves had been unable to get into the floor safe which contained the bulk of weekend receipts, about $1200. In addition, the thieves did not take another $600 in the form of checks. Apart from the cash loss, the club has one wrecked desk, three broken doors and a smashed drawer on the cash register (which was empty). Commencemenf week ai RHS to starf June 7 7 Seating arrangements for the June 17 Redlands High school commencement exercises and plans for senior week activities were announced today by RHS officials. Persons attending the commencement ceremonies in the Redlands Bowl wjll l>e seated on a first-come-first served basis. This marks a break with the tradition of distributing tickets for famiUes and friends of graduating seniors. Robert G. Campbell, RHS principal, said plenty of seats will be available with the addition of temporary bleachers at the east and west sides of the bowl to accommodate a possible overflow crowd. In addition, school authorities requested persons attending the event to be in their seats by 7:45 p.m. to allow the graduation procession to begm sharply at 8. Campbell explained that the ever-increasuig size of the graduating class, and consequaitly the audience, necessiatated the change in the seatmg arrangement. Senior week activities will begin with tlie senior banquet at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Jime 11, and end with a gala all-night graduation party at Disneyland fol- lowmg the commencement exercises. However, at 2:30 p.m. on the day of the banquet the seniors win practice for then- baccalaureate service which is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. June 13 m the Redlands Bowl. The baccalaureate sermon will be deUvered by Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church. On the following Tuesday, practice will begm at 10 a.m. for the class night awards program which will be held at 7:30 p.m. that evening. The annual senior breakfast will be held at 7:30 a.m. Thursday and the students will go from there to a 9 a.m. practice tor commencement. The impressive commencement exercises will precede a bus trip to Disneyland in Anaheim where the graduates will enjoy an all-night party. •The post-graduation Disneyland parties are held annually for schools throughout Southern Califomia. In addition to the Disneyland rides, adventures and other concessions, music for entertainment and dancing will be provided by the big band of Si Zentner and other musical groups. A new gold-and-black Ford Mustang will be given away during the affair. Also at Disneyland on the same night will be graduates from (^Iton, Rim of the World, and Yucaipa High schools. Supervisors adopt court employe pay schedule SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)— A pay raise schedule for one group of county employes, with boosts ranging to more than 15 per cent, was approved Monday by the Board of Supervisors. Supervisor Daniel D. Mikesell predicted: "If we act on this as submitted, we're going to be in trouble." His warning came because Supervisors recently agreed that no matter what pay boosts it grants employes in general, none shall be for more than 10 per cent. Before the Board was the rec- Norton to call depot bids on June 3 Bids will be called on June 3 for the conversion of building S-542 at Norton Air Force Base into a Logistical facility depot. Value of the project is listed as being under $25,000. The job win include excavation, concrete, carpentry, steel doors and frames, electrical, painting and related work. Bids will be opened at 3 p.m. on June 3 in the Air Force contracting office, building 502 at Norton. Citrus Market LOS .ANGELES, May 25 (UPD — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 72s 88s nSs First grade 4.18 3.79 3.23 Second grade ... .2.93 2.92 2.62 138s 163s First grade 3.00 3.09 Second grade 2.54 2.58 Trend: Steady valencias. >lnnouncemenf of Funeral Services MRS. MARGARET MILLER NORWOOD Services 11 a.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. GLEN C. HINKLE Services pending. F.ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVL • PY 2-1411 ommendation of Sam Wyland, county personnel officer, that a schedule of pay for municipal court employes be approved immediately, in order that it might be submitted to the State Legislature. The Legislature sets the wages for court employes, although the county pays the bill. Wyland said the proposed legislation would give Supervisors the power to reduce wages for court employes to keep them in line with whatever the Board does for the rest of the county workers, at budget time. This wiU be the first time Supervisors have ever had such power, but Wyland declared that the decision to set a limit of 10 per cent for any employe's wage increase was till gomg to have unfair and unfortunate re- suits. The schedule for municipal court employes ignores the wage scales proposed in the Griffen- hagen-Kroeger report. That consultant firm recommended that salary ranges in some classifi cations be lowered, but schedule submitted Monday to Supervisors calls for higher pay straight across the board. For example, the pay of the clerk of the municipal court now ranges from $715 to $889 per month. The Griffenhagen-PCroe- ger report recommended a range from S722 to S879, but the range Supervisors approved is $825 to $1002. In all, the schedule boosts the pay for employes in 25 classifications for marshaUs office and other municipal court workers m San Bernardino and Ontario. Redlands Daily Facts Tues., May 25, 1965 - £ Glen Hinlde dies at 66 Glen C. Hinkle, 1310 Jasper avenue, Mentone, brother of Mrs. Ha Frossell of Redlands, died here today at the age of 66. Born in Missouri, Mr. Hinkle was educated in Redlands schools and for some years was associated with Thomquest's Service Station here. He later moved to Long Beach where he was employed by the Stauffer Chemical Company. He then transferred to Richmond, Calif., where he was employed for 20 years. After his retirement ttiree years ago, Mr. Hinkle returned to this area to make his home in Mentone. In addition to his sister in Redlands, he leaves his wife, Mrs. Maurita Hinkle; and another sister, Mrs. Beuna Wieder of Berkeley. Funeral services are pending and wiU be announced later by F. Arthur Cortner. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPD — Some small profit-takmg put a slight dent in a buoyant rally on the New York Stock E.\change today. Airlines, chemicals, electronics and selected metals and autos received most of the buying interest. Du Pont advanced sharply fell, but rallied at the close. Eastman Kodak and Union Carbide also took to the uptrack. Steels were mostly fractions higher. Ford took the lead in the autos. IBM soared sharply in the fmal mmutes. Motorola was strong. Beckman, Control Data, Litton, Texas Instruments and Electronic Assciates posted pomtsized gains. Dow-Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs. 30 ind 924.58 912.55 921.00 up 6.79 20 rrs 207.35 205.06 206.43 up 1.14 15 utl 161.16 159.30 160.26 up 0.26 65 stk 318.55 314.65 317.18 up 1.87 Sales today were 4.95 million shares compared with 4.79 million shares Monday. ^r, Most .Acllve storks (Diiu -.Jonrs Service. Courtesy Lester. Kvuns A: Co.J •Jlir, t. Slate Volume Clo^e Chnff. •iH.'im Thiokol I8i» -r W 59.100 Fin \m. Sulph. mewl — '4 ",8.70(1 Burrouchs 'A'.'z -i-Hi ."i4.'!00 Eastern Air f>~ -ii .50.00(1 Curtis rob 10 - 4i).:too Wooh\-orth -i-1 47 .!)00 Araer. T. i T KP"', - 'i 4 (!.fiOO Polaroid OP, IB.SOO Gen. Motors lOJ'A - '» 4H.MI0 Schick !!', ^ 4 :t,onil Control Data .',7's 41,400 Radio M", + '•» :1X,000 Pan Amcr. Air ~ 'H :t4.300 Chrysler .IT'4 + 34.300 Spleicel :)« +P, Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. May 25 HTPl) — Eggs: prices to retailers f.o.b. to di*!- txibutor plants idellvered ]'a cents higher': A A extra large 37 > 2 -39'i. A extra large 36'-i-38 "2. AA large 29'-a-33'i. A large 27',i-28'/a. B large 23 '2 -24 \3. AA medium 25 '3 -28>/ T ,. A medium 23'^-24>i. AA small 18Va- 21^i. A small 16Va-17ia. Prices to consumers: AA large 42-50. A large 39-45. AA medium 35-42, A medium 35-42, AA small 34-37. A small 31-34. Poultry: Fryers 18. roasters 2125, egg iype hens delivered 4'.'a-6 '3 wtd. avg. 5.29. at ranch 2'a-4'4 wld. avg. 3.86; turkeys: young toms 23. yearlings 18-19. fryer roasters 24, young hens 27. Announcement of Services HARMON. Renick E. 10:00 a.m. Wednesday Graveside: Montecilo Memorial Par!: HUMPHREY, Robert L. 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Yucaipa Chapel PARKER, Arthur S. 11:00 a.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2441 Facts Classified Ads Can SeU /inythmg Call 793-3221 Brooke Sawyer Says: This is the time of year when many families are thinking about driving In Mexico. Remember that American Insurance Isn't worth much in Mexico because the Mexican Government won't let foreign companies operate there or service their policyholders even though the American policy may extend coverage. In event of an accident one is likely to be thrown in the jusgado, there to rot until a Mexican Insurance Company balls him out. Therefore one should buy Mexican Insurance which can be done at the border, or with notice of a day or two from your own Agent here, whichever you prefer. Also be sure your own policy covers wherever you may be going because you might tangle with an American who would sue you in the U.S. where the Mexican company won't defend you. It's all rather complicated and frustrating. Better consult your Agent before you go, for not all American policies read the same. Sawyer, Cook & Co. REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Insurance i Surety Bonds 12 W. State Phone 79-3-2814

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