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Local Notes\ Eucalyptus Wood For Sala, 2 ft. lengths $30. Cord. Satur day delivery. PY 3-4440 or PY 3-1809. x Minor Accident Cars driven by Frank R. Thornton, 907 Alta. and Johnny J. Ravese, Jr., 122 The Terrac?. vere involved in a collision a' Cotton and Sixth at 5:52 last night. The Thornton car attempted to pass on the right while the Ravese car was making a right turn. Citations were issued by Redlands police to both drivers. Ski Salt 20% to 50% off on all ski jackets, skis, and ski bonts. Pratt Bros. Sporting Goods. 651 E. Cit rus, across from the junior High x Car Recovered Redlands police early thif morning recovered a car which the owner didn't know was gone It was found on Sylvan boulevard east of Church where the thieve? had apparency pushed it in an effort to start it. They were also unsuccessful in stealing the radio. Owner was John L. Persenaire. 327 Bonita, who said he had parked the cv in front of his home last night. Christian Science TV Program "The Light That Dispels Dark -J ness" will be the subject of the! Christian Science Television pro-] gram to be given over KABC-TV Channel 7. Sunday at 1 p.m. x Pigeons To Race Members of the Redlands Racing Pigeon club and the Banning Racing Pigeon club will enter their birds in the first race of the spring "old bird season" this afternoon. The birds will race from Niland tomorrow morning, a distance of 110 miles to Redlands. • Unitarian Fellowship Meeting Group will meet with the Redlands Inter-Racial Fellowship at Congregational Church at 3:30 p.m. Sunday. Mrs. Mary Louise Hooper will lecture on South Africa, x Pick Pocket Victim Relatives of an 87 year old man reported to police that his pocket had been : picked by a man who engaged him in a conversation ic the vicinity of Smiley Park. After $125 was taken from the man's wallet it was returned to his hip pocket, police learned. Pee Wee Shop 108 Orange, invites all pre-teens and mothers to preview their new Deb Shoppe in rear of store, on Monday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. Refreshments. Register for the drawing. x Attempt Burglary Burglars smashed the glass in a door at Harry & Lloyd's, 200 West State street and entered the building. Police found that nothing had been taken. They also entered McKinley school and apparently took nothing but cafeteria tickets. Miner Injury Thomas J. 'King, 378 Carlotta court escaped with cuts and bruises when his car went out| of control skidding and rolling nearly 500 feet on Highway 99 at the east city limits, Wednesday afternoon, according to police reports. Cordova Funeral Funeral Services for Mrs. Hortense Cordova were held Friday at 10:00 a.m. from St. Mary's Church. Rev. Ricardo Meza officiated. Pallbearers were: Manuel] C. Chavez, Frank Cordova, Victor Gonzales, Richard Perez, Robert] Cordova, and Manuel Solorio Burial was at Hillside Cemetery, Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary in charge. 450 Attend UR Journalism Convention WEDNESDAY NITE BRIDGE CLUB NEWS Wednesday Nite Duplicate Bridge] club, meeting at the YMCA, announce the following winners: Mrs John Gudausky and Mrs. Arleta Currie, -first; Mrs. William Wilson and Wilson Fields, second; Col. and Mrs. William S. McDuffee, third; and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Irby, fourth. There will be a regular game at next week's meet-] ing, 7:30 p.m. at the YMCA.* EMMERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL BIESEKERSKI, Mrs. Josephine Requiem Mass, 9:00 a.m. Saturday (today) Sacred Heart Church, Redlands COBBAN, Mrs. Viola 11:00 a.m. Saturday (today) Yucaipa Chapel URIAS, Roy P. Rosary, 8:00 p.m. Sunday Valley Chapel Requiem Mass, 9:00 a.m. Monday St Anthony's Church San Bernardino, Calif. Phone PY 2-2422 BROOKSIDI AVE. AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW DAILY FACTS BUILDING The Tenth Annual Convention of the California Intercollegiate Press association and Alpha Phi Gamma journalism fraternity con tinued throughout the day today at the University of Redland; campus. The some 450 delegates from 16 colleges in the state attended preliminary sessions at the Arrowhead Springs hotel yesterday afternoon with Virgil Pinkley the featured speaker at a buffet din ncr last night. Mr. Pinkley. editor-publisher of the Associated Desert Newspapers in the Imnerial valley, emoha sized that there are "tremendous opportunities and challenges for] voting people in journalism today but they cannot be realized without dedication and plain hard work." He warned delegates not to go into journalism "If you are look-| ing for a soft job and security.' Great, Contest Mr. Pinkley, one-time head of United Press in Europe, said there is a great contest today between the young people of America and the young Russian-; and Communists in the Far East Generally speaking, he stated that, youth of these countries arc more dedicated and work harder at learning other languages anc' cultures than do youth of this country. The sessions today on the UR campus got under way at 9:30 a.m. with newspaper and yearbook writing contests and discus sion sessions. Cartoonist Speaks At 12:30 today Virgil Partch who draws the VIP cartoons, was featured speaker choosing, "1 Steal From Picasso," as his topic. Workshop sessions this afternoon will be capped tonight by an awards banquet at the Arrowhead Springs hotel sponsored by the California Newspaper Pub-] lishers association. Jack Kena ston, program director of KRCA NBC will be the speaker. Terry Wertz of Long Beach i: president of the California In tercollegiate Press association with Jerry Tinker of the University of Redlands first vice president and Pete Dangermond of Redlands, a student at Cal Poly. Pomona, second vice president. Lewis S. Barrett director of public relations at the UR, is regional chairman of Alpha Phi Gamma. Brown, Tinker Hosts Hosts for the convention are Dr. Gilbert L. Brown, Jr., administrative assistant to the UR president, and Tinker. Guest colleges at the convention are members of the California Journalism association of Junior Colleges. Member colleges of the CIPA are Cal Poly, San Luis Obispo and Pomona, Chico State, Chapman, Fresno State, Humboldt State, Long Beach State, Los Angeles State, Pepperdine, Sacramento State, San Diego State, San Fernando Valley State, San Francisco State, San Jose State, University of Southern California and the University of Redlands. No School Next Wednesday Wednesday has been designated Teachers' Inservice Day. There will be no classes that day. That means Redlands school system teachers will work but students will take the day off. Two guest speakers are featured. Dr. Wally Moore of the faculty of Long Beach State college will speak at the morning session, and O. W. Richard of Newport Beach, who has recently returned from a trip to Russia, will speak at the afternoon session. Teachers from the elementary, junior high and high schools wilt be present AID ON* WHEELS—Mrs. Darrel Winder helps Mrs. Josephine Gerritson, who is blind, into a Red Cross vehicle. The Red Cross Motor Service provides necessary transportation for the blind, in addition to its many other duties. The performance and responsibility of the Motor Service make it a valuable organization in th» community. Memorial For Moseley And Greenwood Mon Memorial services for Col. Harry G. Moseley of Redlands and Maj. Thomas P. Greenwood, Jr. of San Bernardino will be held Monday, Mar. 9, 3 p.m. at the Norton Base chapel. The two men have been missing since Feb. 10 when their T-33 jet trainer disappeared on a flight from EI Paso to Norton. The plane was last contacted south of March Air Force Base. Despite a massive search effort which was continually plagued by stormy weather no trace of the plane has been found. Chaplain Robert R. Wilson of Norton will officiate at the memorial services Monday. McCann, News Analyst, Dies NEW YORK (UPI) — Charles M. McCann, who served for more than 40 years as correspondent, editor, and world news analyst with United Press and United Press International, died Friday. He was 66. McCann had been ill for several months, suffering a complication of diseases. Last Dec. 31 he was made a consultant on foreign news. Surviving is his wife, Judith McCann, costume jewelry de signer and manufacturer. They were married in 1940. There's a Cortner Funeral Service For Even the Most Modest Budget. F. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BR0OKSI0E AVE. • PY 2-1411 13 Contractors Bid On Kimberly School Project Contractors are showing considerable interest in studying the plans for the construction of a multi - use and administration building by the Redlands School district at Kimberly school. Thirteen contractors have taken out plans for study prior to sub mitting bids. The bids* are to be opened Monday night at 8 o'clock at the board room in the school offices at Orange street and Lu gonia avenue. Plans for the building were prepared by Ulmer & Rack, C. Paul Ulmer, architect. Redlands contractors taking out plans were: Donald & McKee. Forsberg & Gregory, L. P. Scherer and Ruckle & Mays (Loma Linda). The other contractors are from Beaumont Arlington, Colton, Sail Bernardino, Pomona, Arcadia, Banning, Corona and Santa Bar bara. The construction will be ofj frame and stucco, with laminated woobeams and a composition and gravel roof. In internal arrangement and facilities the 8,000 square foot building will be somewhat similar to the Mentone multi-purpose building. The main room will serve as an assembly room and as a cafeteria dining room for the children. In addition to the complete kitchen there will be a room for the) teachers which can be opened into an adjoining music room. There will be one exterior panel of brick with the school name on it. Kimberly school is located on South avenue not far from the south end of Cajon street FOOTLIGHTER SUPPER PROGRAM TUESDAY Footiighters little theatre group invites everyone interested in the community project to another of! their potluck supper meetings next Tuesday at 6:30 p.m. at the Grove theatre. The workshop group will present the first act of "Skin of Our Teeth" for entertainment. Weather RalnfaU Temp. 24 Sea­ Houra son February 7 S3 47 .19 2.82 February 8 54 46 .27 3.09 February 9 55 31 .12 3.21 February 10 58 39 February 11 54 46 .78 3.99 February 12 55 42 .28 4.27 February 13 61 33 .. February 14 66 35 „ February 15 64 43 _.. - _„ February 16 68 46 .58 4.85 February 17 63 52 .as 5.10 February 18 62 43 _ — „ February 19 63 48 .02 S.12 February 20 61 41 , .. . _^ February 21 50 45 .47 5.39 February 22 59 37 .02 5.61 February 23 67 35 —.... February 24 70 37 , ,, February 25 73 39 February 26 77 39 February 27 . 80 41 February 23 82 45 March 1 81 47 March 2 , 83 45 March 3 87 49 March 4 81 48 , March S _ 78 42 March 6 _ 76 40 March 7 70 43 Red Cross Drivers Take Blind To The Lighthouse Tuesday and Friday, September through June, volunteer drivers from the Redlands Chapter of the American Red Cross, drive blind persons from Yucaipa, Mentone Loma Linda and Redlands to the Lighthouse for the blind in San Bernardino. This is one of the many services "rendered by the Red Cross Motor Service. At the Lighthouse the blind have an opportunity to socialize, work on handicrafts, and relax in a warm, friendly atmosphere. During the summer months the blind are taken on special trips by drivers of the Motor Service. Mrs. Wesley E. Hinshaw recently took a group to the Indio fair. Motor Service equipment is used by the Assistance League to transport children to and from t h e Free Dental. Clinic, and by public health nurses to take patients to the County Hospital. American Red Cross vehicles and drivers perform many other! functions, including the transportation of mothers to the well baby clinic and grey ladies to the military hospitals. They also participate in home service calls, the water safety program, and the disaster and emergency sen-ice. When any bona fide request is presented by a local organization to the American Red Cross, every attempt is made to fill the need. Mrs. Hinshaw is chairman the Motor Service. Aiding he* in the work are Mrs. F. Arthur Cort ner, .Mrs. Robert Devore, Mrs. David Farquhar Jr., Mr. Richard Finn, Mrs. Frank Mills. M r s, Donald Rickert. Mrs. Sam Sewall, Mrs. Malcolm Tirrcll. Mrs. John C. Yribarne, Mrs. Vernon Gaston Mrs. Albin Johnson, Mrs. Robert! Machan, Mrs. Cresson Smith Miss Hope Potter, Miss Leta Scott and Mrs. Darrell Winder. of About People Marine S Sgt. Herman R. Math-| ena, son of Mrs. Agnes Mathena of 917 East Central avenue, serv-j ing with the First Marine Division at Camp Pendleton, Calif., took part last month in the first major amphibious exercise of 1959 off the coast of Southern California. Dr. John L. Groom of the Uni versity of Redlands faculty has been named to head one of seven conference sessions to be held as a part of the conference of the California Democratic Council March 13-15 in Fresno. Dr. Groom will chairman the discus sion on Election Reform, which will include questions on change of the party structure. Ray Lamm, former Redlands mayor and former manager of the Redlands Citrus Exchange, will leave soon for a business trip to study the export market in Europe. He will survey business relations in England and will also visit the Scandinavian countries. He is now general manager of the Western Fruit Growers Sales company ofj Fullerton with which severaLpack- ing houses in Redlands are affiliated. Four Items On Planning Board Agenda Tuesday Only four items of business will confront the Planning commission when it meets Tuesday at 3 p.m. Listed on the agenda in the following order are: Request by D. Lowell Wells for permission to split property located at the southeast corner of University street and Citrus avenue. Public hearing to consider a variance from the loading space requirements for property located at the northwest corner of Fifth and Citrus. Request is from Donald E. Van Wicrcn. Commission review and approval of proposed signs for Empire Bowl at 840 W. Colton avenue. Request by Edwin M. Brose for a home occupation permit to perform electrical estimating for contractors in his residence at 435 Walnut avenue. Robert Cervantes Wins First In Speech Contest Robert Cervantes won first place in the annual speech contest of the Native Sons of the Golden West held last night at the San Ber-i nardino Parlor, located at Date and Del Rosa. Robert is a senior at Redlands high school and a 1 third year speech student- The sponsoring organization defines the purpose of the contest to) be to encourage students to study and appreciate the history of California. In his speech under the title of "The Birth of Great California Cities" Robert traces the founding and development of San Diego, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara and San Francisco, portraying the influence of the Mexican, Spanish and Chinese cultures. The $15 prize won last night is being saved for his college education, says Robert who hopes he may attend the University of Mexico. Robert is the son of Mr. and Mrs. John Cervantes, Mountain View Avenue, Loma Linda. He is an active member of the Frank Araujo Club on the high school campus and services as Inter-Club representative for the Redlands chapter of the National Forensic League. Before entering last night's competition Robert won the campus contest over Joell Woods, Terry Serfass, and Jo-Ann Scull, all of whom prepared speeches on California history. In place of Mrs. Gertrude Baccus who was attending an event of the Citrus Belt Speech League, Robert was accompanied by high school instructors, Lucille Astracan and Archie Green. AH were guests at a buffet supper served at the close of the contest. Upland and Barstow high schools were also guests. On a date scmetime in April the Redlands winner will appear with students from Riverside county for further competition. T. W. Palmtag, of San Bernardino's Native Sons organization, sponsored Redlands' entry. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Mar. 7 lUPIl— ECfi: Wholesale - uncandled to producer traded for size 40 per cent grade AA large 31-37',',, AA medium 34W AA small unquoted. Candled to retailers fob distributor plants delivered Hi cents higher: AA extra large 46Hi-48'.i, A extra large 44Vi-46H, AA large 404-43Vi. A large 36>i-38V,, B large 32!i-33'/4. AA medium 46 , 3-39<fe. A medium 33'.a-35'/a. AA small 3Iti-34>i. A small 28*4-30(4. Prices to consumers in cartons: Grade AA large 43-59. A large 45-55. AA medium 45-55, A medium 44-53. AA small 42-49. A small 41-43. Paultry: Fryers at ranch 17'4-19. caponettes fryers at ranch 23-25, light type hens 7-10, hens cross 11-12. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Miscellaneous Permits Issued Two of the building permits listed under the "miscellaneous" category in yesterday's Facts should have read: A $400 permit for a 12x18 workshop for Irvin Argleben, 1161 Cedar avenue. A $900 permit for a 20^x21 Vi garage for Ross Melugin, 608 Monterey. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Delbert J. 0"Neil, 9935 Cherry Ave., Beaumont, Calif. Rainfall For Year Lowest Since 1951 With the'Kedlands yearly rainfall total at its lowest point since 1951 for this time of year, there still a chance for a normal rainfall year? No, if statistics over the past 39 years mean anything. Figure it like this. There have been only six years back to 1920 when rainfall has been approximately as slight as this year. And in none of those six years did the rainfall ever get back up to normal. Normal rainfall by June 3C should be about 15 inches. So far, there have been just 5.61 inches in Redlands. Hera's what happened in previ ous "dry" seasons at this time of year: Feb. Total _. 6.22 4.78 4.02 6.70 M.72 -. 5.50 6.31 Taking the average amount of rainfall between February and the end of the season for these six years, it only adds up to 4.68 inches. If this holds true again this vear, it means about a 10.29-inch total for the year, or nearly five inches below normal. Actually, there should be about, 10.50 inches already measured if this were an average rainfall year. To make up the deficit March and April would have to produce even more rain than they did in the 1958 above-average year. Last year, 458 inches fell in March and another 330 inches fc> April. May contributed J23 inch and June .01 for an 1834-inch season total. To bring the 1959 total np to the norm, it would mean about a six-inch rainfall in March, three inches in April plus another nearly half-inch in May-June. But the weather man isn't getting things off to a very good start this month. One week is already gone. And, according to him, it'll be another week before there's any chance for rain. He looked in his crystal ball Friday and came up with a five- day forecast of "above average' temperatures and no precipitation, rain, that is. 1957 1951 1948 1946 1925 1924 1921 June 30 11.04 8.08 7.49 9.83 10.03 11.18 13.27 Schools Menus For Next Week Cafeteria menus for the Redlands schools were announced by the superintendent's office for next week as follows: Monday — hot dog with spread, creamed potatoes with cheese sauce, carrot and celery sticks, citrus fruit and milk. Tuesday — chili beans, cole slaw, fruit jello, cornbread and milk. Wednesday — Teachers' Institute. Thursday — spaghetti with meat and cheese, green beans, celeryj sticks, apple tart, French bread and milk. Friday — grilled cheese sandwich, spinach with hard-cooked egg, apple, carrot and celery salad, strawberry ice cream cup, cookie and mUk. Sack lunch menus for Cram, Kimberly and Smiley schools are as follows: Monday — hot dog, carrot and celery salad, potato chips,, citrus fruit and milk. Tuesday — ham salad sandwich with lettuce, cole slaw, fruit jello and milk. Wednesday — Teachers' Institute. Thursday — chiliburger, green salad, apple tart with cheese and milk. Friday — tuna salad sandwich with lettuce, apple, carrot and celery salad, pickled beets, strawberry ice cream cup, cookie and milk. Redlands Daily Facta Saturday. Mar. 7, 1959 - 5 LAUREL A. WARD Photo by Wm. Elmer Kingham Laurel Ward Enlists In WAC Miss Laurel A. Ward, a grad uate from Redlands High School in 1957 was one of 10 young women from Southern California who recently enlisted in the Women's Army Corps. The group left by plane for the WAC Center, Fort McClellan. Ala. Like most in the group. Miss Ward hopes ultimately for an overseas tour of duty and meanwhile is looking forward to learning what her job aptitude is. This study goes on during the eght weeks o.' basic training by means of written tests, observation and interview. It is followed by formal specialist schooling or on-the-job training. Persona] preferences along with tested aptitudes are taken into consideration in the training and assignment of Army personnel. Formerly a receptions! and typist at the Grand Central Rocket Company, Miss Ward is also known in local bowling league and fishing club circles. She is the daughter of Mrs. Laurence L Ward of 256 Center street She was recruited through the San Bernardino station, located at 327 Court street Driver Education Course To Start Next Wednesday A nine weeks intensive court* in Driver Education for Adults will be offered starting Wednesday. March 11, 7 to 9 p.m. in room 302 located in the old Fins Arts Building on the Redlands High School Campus. The Driver Education Traffic Rules and Regulations covers the vehicle code, traffic safety, psychophysical testing, mechanical aspects of the automobile, the psychology of safe drivins, insurance, and law. The nine weeks course is a prerequisite to taking the Behind tha Wheel Driver Training. Behind the Wheel Driver Training includes instruction on a dual controlled car. It may be taken at the same time a; the Traffic Rules and Regulations course. By taking both Classes, adults may learn the theory of driving together with actually learning how to drive. The six or eight weeks Behind the Wheel Driver Training is optional and is scheduled when a minimum of four persons register. There is an additional supply tuition fee for this class. The regular registration fee for the nine weeks class is $1.25 including the student body fee. The supply tuition fee for the Behind the Wheel Driver Training class is $12 or $16. Blair, Hilley Undefeated In Four Rounds Stevens Given Until Mar. 20 To Enter Plea Oather M. Stevens, Jr. yesterday asked, and received, additional time until Mar. 20 to enter a plea in Superior Court He is charged in a Grand Jury indictment with slaying his estranged wife, Jeanne, 33, with a butcher knife in her Highland apartment Feb. 19. Stevens appeared before Judge Carl B. Hilliard with his attorney, Keith G. Sprague, who asked that the Mar. 20 date be set. Stevens remains in county Jail without possibility of bail. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other! than myself. JAMES EDWIN EARHART 32207 Dunlap Blvd., Redlands, Calif. Oaibitiiiitoch WILLIAM C. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE, Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday at Facta building. 700 Brookside at Center, Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1800. 68th year. Entered ai second class matter October 33. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act oi March 3. 1678. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (In Advancel One Heath S I.S0 Three Mentha ».W Sis Mentha 1,11 Ona Vear 14.00 Want New Furniture? Sell Your Old Furniture Thru Facts Classified Ads Don Blair and Bill Hilley, Redlands High School debaters remained undefeated after four rounds of debate in the Citrus Belt Speech Tournament at San Bernardino High School, Friday The team's record gives them the right to compete in the CBSL debate finals next week. Redlands was one of three undefeated teams. A team from Coachella coached by George Armstrong, former University of Redlands debater, and teani from Riverside coached by Mrs. Warren Scott. Redlands resident, were the other two top teams. Mrs. Gertrude Baccus is speech instructor for the Redlands team. Eight additional Citrus Belt teams, each with only one defeat are the runners-up in next week's finals which will be held on the San Bernardino campus. The National debate topic, selected by a national committee of speech teachers after a national poll of high school students, is Resolved: That the United Statesl should adopt the essential features of the British system of educa-| tion". Teams must be preparer! to debate both sides of the proposition, which include such issues financial resources, administrative policies, curriculum and goals of education. Redlands' total record of five teams entered in the tournament resulted in 50 per cent wins. Redlands teams were: Dorothy Heisner and Barbara Cram seniors, Frank Carmody and Jo Ann Scull juniors, Sylvia Caudle and Claudine Rezendes seniors; Mike Ernst and Ron Kinder sophomores. Blair and Hilley are sopho mores, making the team something of a surprise upset for the tournament among the Citrus belt [schools. Twenty-eight teams competed from Fontana, Upland, Chaffey. Coachella, Riverside. Ramona and Redlands, and San Bernardino. Vital Records BIRTHS WEISBERG— Born, in Redlands, Calif., March 5, 1959, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weisberg, 730 Eureka street, a son. LUCE—Born, in Redlands, Calif., March 5, 1959. at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Dondd Luce, 25787 Chula Vista, a daughter. RAMOS—Born, in Redlands, Calif., March 6, 1959, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Mike Ramos, 1738 Webster street, a son. OPEN SUNDAY 9:30 'HI 1:30 P.M. 3 to 7 P.M. Open Daily 8 A.M. 'til 9 P.M. rsBOVTM JB*3> HUMiCSn JieystqnelJ/rug Prescription Pharmacist, 14 E. Stat* — Badlands Plans Completed For Industrial Congress Here Preliminary plans have been completed for the "Industrial Congress" first, convention of its kind in the Redlands area, being sponsored by the John Deere company for the demonstration of its equipment. The congress opens Monday and lasts for three weeks. Here making arrangements for the event is R. Stanley Hill, from the San Francisco office of the John Deere firm. The congress will be in two phases. The indoor sessions will be held in the council chambers the city hall and the field demonstrations will be on Live Oak ranch en Live Oak Canyon road just off Highway 70-99. Monday the 150 delegates will begin arriving from all over Cal- fornia, Arizona, Nevada and Hawaii. For the most part they will be sales engineers. A series of 18 tractors will be shown along with heavy earth moving and farming equipment. Redlands city officials will be welcomed at the congress and demonstrations on opening day. The officials from neighboring cities and San Bernardino and Viv- erside counties will be invited to attend the sessions March 16, 21 and 27 along with contractors, public utilities and other public officials. The demonstrations will be open to the public next Saturday. The classroom sessions involving 30 to 33 "men each day from to 10 a.m. will be held in the council chambers. Some of the local arrangements were handled by A. T. MacAlistaire. secretary manager of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce. See It On the Ed Sullivan Show Sun. Night KODAK KMMXBJUIDW COPIER About half the price of other "low-cosi" copters! Yet the new Bantam gives you all the extras of Vrrifax copying! Make* S copies of any document in 1 minute for as little as V/i* each—on white bond- type paper, card stock, printed office forms—even front and back, if you wish. x New Bantam is made by Kodak, so you know it's good I Call for free folder or delivery on approval. Redlands AUDIO VISUAL SALES A SERVICE Open Friday Nights Til 9:00 10 W. Citrus Phona PY 3-2117

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