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THE DAILY SUN-43 Thurs., Jan. 20, 1 955 W - DIAL - O' - LOGUE SHADOWS PATRICIA D. DAUGHERTY VITAL RECORDS KFMB Ch. 8 KHJ - Ch. 9 KTTV Cb, 11 KCOP Ch. 13 Family 4 Jess Hill 13 6:55 Weather 5 KNXT Ch- S KRCA Ch. 4 KTLA Ch. S KABC Ch. 7 7:00 Pan. Pacific - 7 to 8 8:00 Today in L.A. 8:55 Prayer Call ...7 Coffcs Break ..2 9:00 Family Fun.... 2 3:45 Film Miss Man's Strike Joe Shorts It Rich .2 Graydon ..7 5 7:00 Pet Exchange 11 Corliss Archer 4 Ruggles 9 Playhouse ....13 Death Valley ..2 Newsreel 5 11 Marlow .4 4:00 Hawkins Falls .4 Valiant Lady ..2 North Pole 4 Breakfast Club 7 9:30 Howdy Doody .4 Arthur Godfrey 2 Stulla Party ..9 Kukla & Fran .7 Gonglorama ..13 Playcrafters ...5 4:15 Secret Storm ..2 First Love ....4 D. Walker ....7 4:30 Film 5 Sweeney ......4 Al Jarvis 7 Search 2 4:45 Guilding Light .2 Romances ....4 7:15 Science Film ..5 7:30 Lone Ranger ..7 Adventure ....13 Name Tune ...2 Hans And 'sen .5 Dinah Shore ..4 Ski Tips 9 Open Road ...11 7:45 News Caravan 4 8:00 Victory .11 Film ..........3 Playhouse 7 R. Milland 2 Groucho Marx 4 Funnies .2 10:00 The Norths 11 D. D. School 10:30 Star Shopper .11 Travelers Way of World.. 4 10:45 Sheila Graham 4 11:00 School House 11 R. Q. Lewis ... 2 Home 4 11:30 Art Linkletter. .2 Sheriff John. .11 12:00 Big Pay Off ..2 5.00 Space Tenn. Ernie 12:30 Bob Crosby Buffalo Billy. .11 Film .... Film Short 4 5:30 Startime Cowboys City Pinky ......9 Town-Country . .9 Ski Masters ..13 13 Assign't 11 Lee 4 Beanblossom .11 Little Rascals 2 Uncle Archie ..4 Cowboys 5 'I, 8:30 America - 11 Shower Stars ..2 Boxing 13 T. Men 7 Justice 4 Into Night 9 9:00 Heart of City .11 Dragnet 4 Kaye 7 Film 9 9:30 Theater 4 Playhouse 2 Owens ...7 Hear! 4 Thunderbolt ..11 9 Destiny 13 & Hardy 2 RECEIVE SCOUTERS' Beaver award, highest made to adult scouters, is presented to 7 of San Bernardino, by Russell J. Standing, chairman of the Arrowhead Area Council's health and safety committee. At far right is George W. Savage, council president for two years, who 12:45 Double Drama.ll 1:00 Brighter Day ..2 Film .....4 1:15 Love of Life ..2 1:30 Your Account 2 Jack 6:00 See News, Suspects. 9 : 1:45 Crosby Calling.9 -2:00 Garry Moore... 2 Film ....11 '2:15 Mama Weiss ..9 News ..........4 ' 2:30 Portia 2 6:15 Ramar News 6:20 Sports, Cartoons News; Laurel was also awarded the Silver Beaver for "distinguished service to boyhood." At left is Floyd W. Forker of Los Angeles who was principal speaker at the 31st annual council meeting held Tuesday night. 11 Weather 2 6:30 Beany 8-11 TV Theater ...7 Retrieving Will Be New Mike Roy 4 TV Auction ....5 .2:45 Road of Life... 2 3.00 Family Fun ...2 Greatest Gift ..4 Queen for Day 9 3:15 Gold Windows 4 3:30 Lie Detector ..9 Film Sports Edwards. Easy 6:45 Handy Putnam. Jane 9 News 2 Life 5 Hints ..5 News 11 Froman .2 Jack Latham ..4 Capt. Video ...9 Chef Milani Rita LaRoy .13 .11 YOUR RADIO DUAL Mrs. Patricia Darlene Daugher-ty, 19, of 227xa 25th St., native of Detroit, Mich., resident of Cali fornia and San Bernardino eight years, died in an automobile accident in San Bernardino Tuesday, Surviving are the widower, Wil liam F.; her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Maxwell; and two brothers, Relf and. John Maxwell all of San Bernardino. Rosary will be recited at 8 p.m Thursday in the Kremer Funeral Home Chapel. Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Friday In Holy Rosary Catholic Church, fol lowed by interment in Mountain View Cemetery. ROSCOE M. WOOD Roscoe Marion Wood, 62, native of Puseola, 111., resident of Twin Peaks for 18 years, died Tuesday at Sky Forest. He was a bus driv er. Surviving are the widow, Helen J., Twin Peaks; a son, Russell R., Green Valley; a sister, Mrs. Mary Reid Gregor, Bloomington; and one grandson. Services will be conducted at 11 a.m. Saturday in the Stephens & Bobbitt Chapel followed by interm ent in Mountain View Cemetery. CARRIE FIECK Mrs. Carrie Fieck, 70, of 1666 Western Ave., Highland, native of New York, resident of California, San Bernardino and Highland 44 years, died Wednesday in a San Bernardino hospital. Surviving are a niece, Mrs. Beatrice Klinenberg, National City, and a nephew, Ernest Baxter, serving with the U.S. Navy. Services will be conducted at 2 p.m. Friday in Stephens & Bob bitt Chapel followed by cremation in Mountain View Crematory. JAV E. SEGAR TvTa 5rnif fiinpral sprvifps for .Tav v c.,,- fnrrnpr rpnr nf San - - Bernardino, will be conducted at 10 a.m. Friday at the Rose Hill Memorial Park Chapel, Whittier. Segar died Tuesday. He resided in San Bernardino for 18 years, leaving about two years ago. He was a member of St. Paul's Methodist Church, the Rotary Club, the Elks Club and the Arrowhead Country Club. He was also a member of San Bernardino Lodge No. 348, F&AM, and Al Malaikah Shrine, Los Angeles. He is survived by the widow, Grace; a daughter, Jayne Haring of Montebello; three grandchildren, Evelyn, Anne and David Haring of Montebello, and a sister residing in New York City, The family requested that any memorial donations be made to the Shriners' Crippled Children's Hospital in Los Angeles. FANNIE B. BARNARD Services for Mrs. Fannie B. Barnard were conducted Wednes day in Little Church of the Flowers, Forest Lawn 'Memorial park, Glendale, with the Rev. John R. Davis Jr. of the Annandale Meth odist Church officiating. John Lambert sang "Abide With Me" and "Beautiful Isle of Some where," accompanied by the cha pel organist. Cremation, under direction of the Kremer Funeral Home, followed in Forest Lawn Memorial Park Crematory. NANCY C. REA Rosary for Miss Nancy C. Rea was recited at 8 p.m. Wednesday in Kremer Chapel. Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Thursday at Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Interment will be at Mountain View Cemetery. EUGENE T. WALTERS Graveside services for Eugene Tilden Walters, 78, will be held at 11 a.m. Thursday at Inglewood Park Cemetery, Inglewood. Stephens & Bobbitt Fan era! Home is in charge of funeral ar rangements. Bars tow Man Robbed Jesus G. Angel, of Barstow, told San Bernardino police that he was beaten and robbed of $25 'and a wristwatch by two unidentified men Tuesday night. 1 KFl 640 KNX 1070 KFXM 590 KRNO 1240 :M A.M. K SB -News. Weather KFXM Musical Clock KILL) Breakiast CluO KCAL Know Redlands Kit NO Cy Smith KFl John Murray KNX Ralph Story :fl5 . KCAL Music Time 8:15 KKXM-Newi KITO Breakfast Club KCSB Morning varieties KNX News - Ki'XM-Happens Every Day 8:2a KfcXM Newa Kr xM Haven ot Rest KRNO News KNX Make Up Mind KFl New 12:35 KCAL 1.2:45 KFl KITO KCAL. KRNO 12:55 KRNO I P.M. KITO KFl KFXM KNX A. KCSB KRNO 1:05 KITO KCSB 1:15 KFl KITO KFXM 1:20 KITO 1:30 Life Begins Right to Happiness Valley Farmer Music & News KRNO Calling Sport Utes News Backstage Wife Cedric Foster Godfrey News Open House Sharpe Shopping Platter Party -Stella Dallas Sharpe Shopping Thursday Date Matinee Music KFl Wiflrtet Brown KITO Melodies KFXM Thurs. Data 1:45 KITO Ted Malone KFl Woman in House 1955. at Redlands Community Hospllal to the wife of Thomas Nielsen. 242 S. 4U St.. Redlands. a son. GWARTNEY In Redlands. Calif.. Jan. 17. 1955, at Redlands Community Hospital, to the wife of Billie Gwartney, 1730 Oranse St, Redlands, a son. ni:n WXD In Sky Forest. Calif.. Jan. la 1955, Roscoe Marion Wood, 62. native of Pus-cola, 111., resident of Twin Peaks for 18 years. Services Saturday at 11 a.m. in Stephens & Bobbitt Chapel followed by interment in Mountain View Cemetery. FIECK In San Bernardino. Calif.. Jan. 19. 1955. Mrs. Carrie Fieck, 70. native of New York, resident of California, San Bernardino and Highland 44 years. Services at 2 p.m. Friday in Stephens & Bobbitt Chapel followed by cremation in Mountain View Crematory. A VILA In Yuma. Ariz.. Jan. 18. 1955, Jose A. A vl!a, 66. native of Mexico, resident of Redlands 33 years. Rosary was recited Wednesday nisrht at Emmer-son's Redlands Mortuary. Requiem High Mass to be celebrated Thursdav at 9 a.m. at St Mary's Catholic Church. Interment in Hillside Cemetery. R(XK)W In San Bernardino. Calif.. Jan. 19. 1955. Sam Jacob Rogow. 66. native of Lithuania, resident of Cotton. Graveside services will he held at 11:30 a.m. Saturday at Hermosa Cemetery, with the Knopsnyder Mortuary. Colton, in charee. DAUGHERTY In Ran Bernardino. Calif. Jan. 18. 1955. Mrs. Patricia Darlene Daueherty. 19. native of Detroit Mich., resident of California and San Bernardino eight years. Rosary will he recited at 8 p.m. Thursday in the Kremer Funeral Home ChapeL Mass will be celebrated at 9:30 a.m. Friday in Holy Rosary Catholic Church, followed by interment in Mountain View Cemetery. LEWIS In Yucaipa, Calif . Jan. 18. 1955. Raymond Bruce Lewis. 62. native of Minnesota, resident of California and Yucaipa 15 years. The body will lie in state in Emmerson's Little Chapel of the Palms. Redlands. through Thursday, then be forwarded Friday morning to Clear Lake, Minn., for services and Interment LLTZ In Loma Linda. Calif.. Jan. 19. 1955, Mrs. Eva Katherine Lutz. 85. native of Germany and a resident of Loma Linda for 20 years. Funeral services wiU be held at Burden Hall. Loma Linda Friday at 2 p.m. with Knopsnyder's Mortuary of Colton in charge. The body wiU be forwarded to Holton. Kan., for inter, ment. LAMBERT In Redlands. Calif.. Jan. If 1955. Mrs. Susan Louise Lambert. 85, native of McLeansboro. 111., and a resident of Redlands for 51 years. Graveside services will be held Friday at S P m. in Hillside Cemetery with F. Ar-thur Cortner Chapel. Redlands. in charge. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for their many kindnesses in the loss of our beloved husband and father. F. W. Stewart Sr. MRS. F. W. STEWART & FAMILIES. FLORISTS STEPHENSON'S FLOWERS "When Your Heart Haa a Message" 409 E Street Phone 3-412t SOTHERLIN'S FLOWERS 1354 Mt Vernon. Colton. Ph. 714-J San Bernardino Ph. 84-84S3 FUNERAL DIRECTORS Lord's Funeral Chapef Roy G Carlson Fred W. Lord Distinctive Funeral Service Lady attendants provided 1358 N. Mt Vernon Ph. 9-2721 TILLIES FUNERAL HOME 551 No. Mt Vernon Ph. S-914t MARK B. SHAW CO.. INC FUNERAL DIRECTORS Member National Selected Morticians Regardless of Your Circumstances Our Services Are Available. Serving -San Bernardino Since 1911 MEMORIAL CHAPEL 468 Fifth St San Bernardino Ph. 2131 RALPH WM. ALLEN Funeral Home 130 S. Willow. Rialto Phone M San Bernardino Phone Dial S5-31S4 KREMER FUNERAL HOME Personally Conducted Services 1448 MT. VERNON AVE. PH. 5119 STEPHENS & BOBBITT FUNERAL HOME 1158 F Street Phone 8-2CT1 GROVE COLONIAL MORTUARY 738 Highland Ave.. S.B. Ph. 9-1151 STANLEY L. DICKEY , MORTUARY 8030 Mango Fontana VA S-: 228j DfGOLD CHAPEL. (Funeral Home) 16716 Cpland Ave. Fon. Ph. VA -808 CEMETERIES MONTECTTO MEMORIAL PARK Cemetery Lots. Mausoleum Crematory fh. San Bernardino 8-2590 South End Waterman Ave. GREEN ACRES MEMORIAL PARK Beautiful New Development Serving the Inland Empire Ph. Colton 963 Bloomington. Calif. MOUNTAIN VIEW CEMETERY Highland Avenue at Waterman San Bernardino Phone 5-6188 World's Only TV with Finger Tfp Tuning at only li . jBXPjeite'-cA y Full Quality 21-inch PHIICO Even at this sensational low price, Philco gives you full quality TV with custom styled cabinet and exclusive Finger Tip Tuning. Come in now Pay $486 Only I A Week GXHQQGJs!) 05 etftD ALSO AVAILABLE AT 1 ' - : 4 HIGHEST AWARD The Silver Scoutmaster Harlan A. Espy (in Dog Show hounds, greyhounds, harriers, Irish wolfhounds, Norwegian elk-hounds, otter hounds, salukis and whippets. WORKING BREEDS: Alaskan malamutes, Belgian sheepdogs, Bernese Mountain dogs, Bouvier Des Flandres, boxerd, driards, bull-mastiffs, collies, doberman pinschers, eskimos, German shepherds, giant schnauzers, great Danes, great Pyrenees, komondo-rok, kuvasvok, Newfoundlands, old English sheepdogs, pulik, rottweilers, samoyeds, schnauzers, Shetland sheepdogs, sikerian huskies, St. Bernards and Welsh corgis. OTHER DIVISIONS' TERRIERS: Airedales, bedl ins- tons, border terriers, bull terriers, cairn terriers, dandie dinmonts, fox terriers, Irish terriers, Kerry blue terriers, Lakeland terriers, Lhasa Apsos, Manchester terriers, Norwich terriers, schnauzers (miniature), Scottish terriers, sealyhams, skye terriers, Staffordshire terriers, Welsh terriers and West Highland white terriers. TOY BREEDS: Affenpinschers, chihuahuas, English toy spaniels, griffons (Brussels), Italian greyhounds, Japanese spaniels, Maltese, Mexican hairless, papillons, Pekingese, pinschers, pomeran-ians, poodles, pugs, toy Manchester terriers and Yorkshire terriers. NON-SPORTING BREEDS: Boston terriers, bulldogs, chow chows, dalmatians, French bulldogs, kee- shonden, poodles and schipperkes. MISCELLANEOUS BREEDS, are Australian heelers, Australian Kelpies, Australian terriers, border collies, Chinese cresteds, German Drahthaar, Rhodesian ridgebacks, Russian Owtchar, Shih Tzus, Silky terriers, wheaten terrier, spinoni Italian and Vizslas. Governed by American Kennel Club rules and regulations, the show will start at 9 a.m. and continue until 10 p.m. Tickets will be available on the grounds. SHOW STOPPERS Red The New Red Skelton Show," ; MARRIAGB LICENSES ISSITED ALVARAEKVLANCIAL Ronald Herbert Al-varado, 2L California, resident of Alts. Lima; Geraldine Marie LanciaL 18, Indiana, resident ot Ontario. ARMSTRONG-NASH D o u g 1 a s P. Armstrong, legal age. California: Hildred Densmore Nash. legal age, Iowa; both residents of Redlands. BLACKWELL-MULHOLLAND Dehin Glen Blackwell. 26. Missouri, resident of Red-lands; Patrica Russell MulholLand. 17, New York, resident of San Bernardino. BL ANCH ARD-WIE LAND George Be! don Blanchard Jr., 23, New Jersey: Mary Margaret Wieland. 27, Washington, D.C: both residents of San Bernardino. BURMAN-RIDGE Donald Earl Burman, 20, California, resident of San Bernardino: Laura Anna Ridge, 16. Nevada, resident of Loma Linda. CAMBLIN-BAXTER Roger Philip Camb-lin, 39, Iowa, resident of San Bernardino; Lorraine Mildred Baxter. 3S, Illinois, resident of Mission Beach. CLAUSEN-WEISER Donald Ray Clausen. 19. Nebraska; Beverly Ann Welser, 19. California; both residents of China Lake. DIAMOND-SCHLESINGER Morton Sey mour Diamond. 22. New Jersey, resident of Ontario; Florence Celia Sohles- inger, 18. New York, resident of North Hollywood. KERR-FAUGLED Sidney Paul Kerr. 1R. Oklahoma; Jo Anne Ellen Kaugled. 19, Minnesota; both residents of uoaipa. M'MAHAN-HOFFMAN Everett MrMahan. 32. California: Alice Vivien Hoffman, 39. Michigan; both residents of Los An. geles. MEIGS-DAVIS Robert Putnam Meigs. 6S. Illinois: Evaline Josephine Davis. 74, Ne vada: both residents of Ontario. MENZIE-STILWELL Richard Arlen Men-zie, IS, Texas: Verna Maudia Slilwell, 16. Colorado: both residents of Barstow. NELSON-GAVIN Thomas Martin Nelson. 33. Minnesota, resident of Glendale; Virginia Marie Gavin. 20, Colorado, resident of Redlands. PEACHEY-WHITE John Leroy Peachey. 20. Wisconsin: Patricia Ann White. 16, Wisconsin; both residents of Twentynine Palms. POTTER-MARTIN Leroy Vann Potter Jr., 23. Alabama, resident of March Air Force Base: Barbara Fae Martin, 2L Kansas, resident of Fontana. ROLLINS-JACOBS Richard James Rollins 26, Ohio: Carol Faye Jacobs. IS. California: both residents of San Bernardino. SARVER-MOGI Joseph Sarver, 30. California: Ruth Mogl, 40, Illinois; both residents of San Bernardino. SEAT-SNYDER George Newlin Seat, 31. Texas; Nina Lucile Snyder. 2S, Michigan: both residents of Fontana. VASQUEZ-H E RRERA John Morales Vas-quez. 25, California: Esperanza Barron Herrera, 22, Arizona; both residents of Ontario. VIDAL-NARO Robert George Vidal. 21. California, resident of March -Air Force Base; Carolyn Ann N'aro, 18, Ohio, resident of Fontana. Keepsake Diamond & Wedding Rings WILSON JEWELERS 493 E Street BORV MALGRA In Fontana. Calif., Jan. 17. 1955 at the Kaiser Hospital, to the wife of Tony Malgra. 105 S. Cucamonga Ave., Ontario, a daughter. SHERROD In Fontana. Calif., Jan. 17. 1955. at the Kaiser Hospital, to. the wife of Robert Sherrod, 15563 Ceres Ave., Fontana. a daughter. MILLER In Fontana, Jan. 17. 1955. at the Kaiser Hospital, to the wife of Charles G. Miller, S318 Almond Ave., Fontana, a son. SABO In Fontana. Calif.. Jan. IS. 1955. at the Kaiser Hospital, to the wife of Charles Sabo. 262 E. Kingman St.. San Bernardino, a son. RUSSELL In Fontana. Calif., Jan. 1. 1955. at the Kaiser Hospital, to the wife of Edmond Russell. ISal Spring Garden, Riverside, a daughter. OLALDE In Fontana. Calif., Jan. IS. 1955. at the Kaiser Hospital, to the wife of Samuel Olalde. 5S9 Tia Juana SL. San Bernardino, a son. BENNETT In Fontana. Calif.. Jan. IS, 1955. at the Kaiser Hospital, to the wifei of Richard Bennett. 7767 Locust Ave., Fontana. a daughter. GARRISON In Fontana. Calif.. Jan. IS, 1955, at the Kaiser Hospital, to the wife of Gary Garrison, 626 N. Vine St, Ontario, a son. LUEBECK In Loma Linda, Calif.. Jan. 17. 1955. at Loma Linda Hospital, to the wife of Elmer Luebeck. 4407 Palm Ln . Indio. a son. LAMBERTSEN In Loma Linda. Calif-Jan. 17. 1955, at Loma Linda Hospital, to the wife of Robert Lambertsen, 176 13th St. San Bernardino, a daughter. BUCK In Loma Linda. Calif.. Jan. 18, 1955. at Loma Linda Hospital, to the wife of Donald James Buck. 403 Bar- ton Rd.. Loma Linda, a daugnter. REHKOPF In Redlands, Calif., Jan. 14, 1955. at Redlands Community Hospital, to the wife of Forrest Rehkopf. Rt,J, Rror 416. Vucaipa. a son. MTAI.L In Redlands. Calif., Jan. 14, 1955, at Redlands Community Hospital, to the wife of Dr. A. L. Mcuau, at tot- l-7 Ave.. Redlands. a daughter. HEWEY In Redlands, Calif., Jan. 15. 1955, at Redlands Community Hospital, to the wife of George Hewey. 38 Crest Forest Dr. Crestline, a daughter. KEU.OGG In Redlands. Calif.. Jan. IS. 1955. at Redlands Community Hospital, to the wife of Wayne Kellogg, 11 West Clark St. Redlands. a son. NIELSEN In Redlands. Calif.. Jan. 17. Magazine Thieves Have Busy Night Magazine thieves were busy in San Bernardino Tuesday night, according to police reports. The American News Co., a distributor, was listed as the victim on three thefts of bundles of magazines. A bundle of magazines valued at $25 was stolen from in front of a firm at 131 Rialto, a bundle valued at S7 from 415 E St. and a bundle valued at $12.50 from 497 E St. School Board Will Meet Thursday Night Tentative agenda of the meeting of the San Bernardino Gty Schools Board of Education, to be held Thursday night in the Administration Building, 799 F St., indicates that mostly routine business will be transacted. Reports on the school crossing guard problem,' encroachments on Pacific High School property and right of way and other matters will be heard. Other miscellaneous business will be presented to the board, according to F. Eugene Mueller, superintendent of schools. 1955 Hamilton Gas CLOTHES DRYER 523995 Completely Installed Model 1250G Up to 3 Years to Pay Large Screen C.B.S. COLOR TV 11 RECORD SALE TV and APPLIANCES 338 W. Highland Av. Ph. 8-2283 BaBBSSBseasM KRNO Stock Market Report 8:43 Klt.NO Gospel of Christ KITO Breakfast Club KCSB Just lor Vou KiSX Rosemary KFl Andy & Virginia 8:55 " - KCSB Newa A.St. KCSB Heralds of Hop KNX W Warren KFXM Got Your Mo. KITO News KITO Merry Go Round t:15 KiiO Chet Huntley KNX Aunt Jenry KFXM Cap. Comments KFl Ladles Book . KFXM Guy Lombards :.U hrrrii M v rrue Story 2 P.M. KCSB .CR KITO KFXM 2:05 KITO 2:15 KFl KITO KFXM 2:30 KFXM KITO KNX KFl 2:45 KFl-ust Plain cm News NO--Open House Sheila Graham Tenn. Emit KCSBPlatter Party Martin Block Lorenzo Jtnea Martin Block Thursday Data Thursday Data Martin Block Hilltop House Hotel for Pets KFl Mama se Pays KNX Aunt Mary 2 5a KRNO--News KITO News KFXM News 3 P.M. KCSB News KITO Martin Block KFXM Thursday Date KFl News: Little Concert KCAL TBA KNX Ashton; Holiday KRNO Open Housa KCSB Red Britton 3:05 KITO Martin Block KCSB Gus Greba scout uniform), leader of Troop Labor Council Names Officers Almost a full turnout of union delegates in the neighborhood of 150 in all was present for the an nual election of officers of the Central Labor Council of San Bernardino. Heading the council for 1955 will be D. M. (Doug) Davis, president, who represents County Employes (AFL) Local 122 and is serving his second term. Other officers are Vice President William T. Abney, Cement, Lime & Gypsum Workers Local 89, reelected for a second term; Secretary-Treasurer Earl Wilson, Stagehands Local 614, elected to his 14th term of office, and Ser- geant-at-Arms John S. Tate, Laborers & Hodcarriers Local 783. Trustees elected were James M. Gatewood, Operating Engineers Local 12, and Andrew Burnett, Meat Cutters Local 439. Two other nominees tied for the post of third trustee and face a runoff at the next meeting Feb. 1: Vernon C Rippetoe, Carpenters Local 944, and Floyd B. Lyle, American Federation of Teachers Local 832. Among the other business handled during the meeting was the naming of a Law & Legisla tion Committee. Serving are W7al ter Neff, Laborers & Hodcarriers Local 783; John M. Carney, Electricians Local 477; George A. Mc Coy, Carpenters Local 944; Wil son; and Arnold DeJulis, Plumb ers & Steamfitters Local 364. Election , Committee members were Chairman Walter Springer, Herbert F. Holly, Charles H. New, Chester F. Stein and Gertrude Val izan. New officers will be installed at the Feb. 1 meeting. $85 in Tools Taken San Bernardino police are inves tigating a theft at the Case Ga rage, 265 Mill St., in which $85 in small tools was reported stolen. Skelton, carrot -topped clown of and stage and screen songstress It Hurts Us More Than You . If ACME TV-Radio Service fails to measure up to expectations I And so we make certain that each TV-Radio Installation, Conversion or Repair is performed with exacting care and precision.' ACME technicians on your job assures highest degree of TV-Radio performance and satisfaction. ACME TELEVISION 1298 MT. VERNON. COLTON Ph. Coltoii80 S.B. 84-81 S3 Feature of '55 Something different will be of fered in the way of entertainment, Jan. 30 at the National Orange Show grounds when the 23rd dog show and obedience trial is pre- sented by the Orange Empire Dog! lCIub, Inc., of San Bernardino tt .: .1 ..11 1 1 . u u&iug lilt? &iiicLii idtvtr uti ui? grounds as a prop, a variety of well trained dogs will plunge from behind blinds into the water to retrieve live ducks. There will also be tests in dry land retriving. The dogs entered in the benched show section will be divided into seven classifications. VARIOUS DIVISIONS These sections and their divi sions are: SPORTING BREEDS: Griffons, pointers, retrievers, setters, span iels and weimaraners. HOUNDS: Afghan hounds, bas- enjis, Basset hounds, beagles, bloodhounds, borzois, coonhounds, dachshunds, deerhounds, fox Bike Supplants Car As Girl Lure at Florida University GAINESVILLE, Fla. . (UP) It used to be a mark of distinction for Joe College to have an automobile on campus. But girls at the University of Florida now go for the lads with bicycles. The university has ruled that cars cannot move between classes, and if a student lives on campus he is not allowed to drive to class. If he lives off campus he may drive to class, but he must have a parking decal on his windshield. Even then, if he parks anywhere: but in a designated spot his car will be towed away and it will cost him $5 to get it back. Now the car-driving students are complaining that by the time they find a parking place their dates have lost interest and gone away with someone else. . Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary Sets Dance Jewish War Veterans Auxiliary is sponsoring a nara times dance at the American Legion HalL 388 4th St., Jan. 22 at 8:30 p.m. Freddie Favilles Melody Mas ters will play for the dance. Pro ceeds will be used to support the veterans rehabilitation program and child welfare. things on "Four Star Playhouse" over Channel 2 at 9:30 p.m. Working out of burglarly division, Sgt. Joe Friday, played by Jack Webb, is assigned to a series of tunnel burglaries on "Dragnet" over Channel 4 at 9 p.m. Screen headliners Teresa. Wright and Phil Carey will co-star in "The Stars Don't Shine," a drama of a bandit's fear and remorse, on "Theater" over Channel 4 at 9:30 p.m. A midway fun house means trouble, and plenty of it, instead of "fun" for Steve and Lorelei in "Heart of the City" drama over Channel 11 at 9 p.m. Thursday's feature films are: 1:00 4) "The Outsider" 3:45 (11) "CaU Of The South Seas" 4:30 ( 5) "Square Dance Jubilee" 5:30 ( 5) "Stranger From Pecos" 8:00 ( 5) "Badmen Of Tombstone" 9:00 ( 9) "Fabulons Dorseys" 9:30 ( 7) "Picadilly Incident' 11:00 (13) "Candlelight In Algeria" 11:20 ( 4) "Distant Drum" 11:30 ( 2) "Buckskin Frontier" Film 5 - sports ...7 Boxing 13 Scotland Yard 11 Theatre 7 10:00 Defender 2 Museum .4 Video Theater .4 City at Nite ...5 Theater 13 Playhouse ... .11 10:30 Infnafl. 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TOPS Ethel Merman and Red Skelton will share the star spotlight in "Show Stoppers," a sparkling ca valcade of songs, dances and sketches that have "stopped" famous Broadway shows of the past, on "Shower of Stars" over Channel 2 at 8:30 p.m. DRAMA- Diana Lynn and Dan O'Herlihy co-star in "Video Theater" production "Love Let ters" on Channel 4 at 10 p.m. A bride discovers that the love letters written her bv her husband, a former soldier, were really written by another man. A beach near Brussels, Belgium, is the scene of murder and scan dal of "International Police" over Channel 2 at 10:30 p.m. . An average citizen takes his town by storm in a heart-warming drama titled "Portrait of Toby" to be seen on "Famous Playhouse" over Channel 11 at 10 p.m. . David Niven stars as a successful commercial artist who heeds the advice of a beautiful model that he is cut out for greater tfAdrerf lament) ARTHRITIS IS NOT A DISEASE Restricted Bleed Supply Causes, Pain, Swelling, Stiffness It Arthritis was a blood stream tffs-ase, invading organisms would break ut all ever your body like measles or ehlckenpox. 90 per cent of all Arthritis is localized in one or few Joints, muscles or nerves (Neuritis, Bursitis and Sciatica). There may be pain wit swelling, swelling without pain or pain without swelling all caused by constriction of the blood supply at that point only. The best you can do by taking anything inter-nally is suppress the pain and may have harmful side reactions. Stop taking the drug and the pain comes back. The only sensible thino to do is stimulate the blood supply eight where it is clogged up. This you can do quickly and safely. Get Z-l-T at your druggist, rub it right in at the point of pain or congestion and you will get relief in a few minutes. Z-l-T does not suppress, it relieves stimulates the blood supply, relieves the congestion. Z-l-T has been doing this successfully and safely for over six years and it can do k for you. too. Thieves Steal Guns From Mentone Home 1 Robert H. Daniels, 233 Olivine St., Mentone reported to the San Bernardino County Sheriffs Office that burglars entered his home Tuesday night and stole guns. Daniels listed the missing fire-arms as a ".38 and a .44-calibre revolver. Constable Charles Francis and Dep. C. M. Petrovich investigated the theft. . Wheel, Tire Stolen Richard Rabig, 336 16th St. reported to San Bernardino police that someone stole a wheel, tire and tube valued at J50 from his car whife it was parked in an alley at the rear of his residence.