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Read Facts Classified Ads Every Day For Money-Savers! Ch urch Calendar Religious Science — Wednesday 7:30, membership orientation session; Thursday, 10:30 a.m., healing meeting. Contemporary club, 12 Women's Guild meets at Brock ton Hall; Friday, 7:30, board of trustees meets. First Churcn or Christ. 'Scien-, tist) — Wednesday, 8, midweek meeting includes "testimonies o f Christian Science healing. This church maintains a free reading room and lending library open daily from 9 to 5 except Sundays and holidays, and on Wednesday evenings from 6:30 to 7:45 in the Masonic building, 131 Cajon. Church of the Foursquare Gospel — Monday, 7:30, rally at the Banning church: Tuesday, 7, Mission; Thursday, 7, Bible study and prayer service. Divine Saviour Presbyterian Monday, 7, Lenten devotional on the Psalms at the First Baptist Church: Wednesday. 1:30, Ruth & Naomi for sewing, 3:45, G i r 1 s' club at the Manse. 7. mid-week service at Casa Blanca: Thursday, 7, continued study of the beliefs of the Church: Saturday, 5:30, family night supper. Rev. A. E.I Groeneveld. chaplain County Hos-| pital, San Bernardino will be the speaker for the evening. First Presbyterian — Monday, 7:30, meeting of session; Tuesday, 3:30, pastor's communicants'| class for young people, 7:45, Wenonah circle meeting at home of Mrs. Hank Keith; Wednesday, 9:30 a.m.. Worthwhile class sewing and quilting at the church. 9:45 a.m meeting of Presbees. 10 a.m prayer fellowship meeting; Thurs day, 2, meeting of Deaconesses, 6:15 to 8, Church family night including dinner, classes, choirsl and nursery; Friday, 12 noon H.N.S. auxiliary luncheon; Satur day, 9:30 a.m., pastor's commu nicants' class for young people. Second Christian Reformed — Tuesday, 7, girls' club; Wednesday, 8, prayer service: Saturday 10 a.m., children's Bible class. Community Church of Dunlap Acres — Wednesday, 7:30, Bible study and prayer meeting, 8:30, Christian Education Council: Thursday, 10:30 a.m.. Women's Missionary society; Saturday, 2, County Christian Endeavor con -j vention — First Presbyterian Church, San Bernardino. The First Christian Reformed—] Monday, 7:30, Board of Deacons :45, Men's Society, 7:45, Children's Retreat circle; Tuesday, 8:30 a.m., catechism class for children, 7:15, senior young peo -j pie's catechism class; Wednesday, 8:30 a.m., catechism class for children, 8, Lydia society, 8, the, young adults club; Thursday, 8:30J a.m., catechism class for children, 7:15, boys cadet corps, 7:30, junior young people's catechism class, 8:15, Sunshine circle; Friday. 8:30, catechism class for CARNIVAL By Dick Turner "Has anyone turned in a mother?" TIZZY By Kate Osann "But you can't go steady with anyone else, Herbie. I still own the tires on your hot rod!" SWEETIE PIE By Nadine Seltzer 3 -/0 TV. ».f. u *• 0ft $ IMS by NCA larvic*. tna. 'Is that your lunch or a picnic basket?" children, 5:30 to 7:30, pea soup supper. University Methodist — Monday, 7:30, Susanna Wesley circle will meet at the home of Mrs. H. F. Bierma, 7:30, executive committee will meet in the pastor's study Tuesday, 6:30, Wesley club meet in the Wesley lounge; Thursday. 10 a.m., general meeting of W.S.C.S., 8, official board meeting pt the Fellowship hall Unity Landmark Baptist — Wednesday, 7, prayer meeting; Saturday, 7, youth meeting. Trinity Episcopal — Monday, 7:30, Vestry meeting in Parish hall: Wednesday, 10 a.m.. Holy Eucharist, 7, Litany and address; Thursday, Guild meetings as noted in Messenger, 8:30, Alcoholics Anonymous. The First Church of God (Yucaipa) — Wednesday, prayer service. Church of the Nazarcne — Tuesday, 7:30, Esther Carson Winans Missionary Chapter meeting at the home of Mrs. Jay Gilmore; Wednesday, 7:30, mid-week prayer service: Friday, 9 a.m.,-2-7:30. Southern California District Sunday School. Convention at San Bernardino First Church of t h e Nazarene. Church of Christ (Yucaipa) — Monday, 7, visitation; Wednesday, 10 a.m., ladies' class, Caroline Garretson, teacher, 7:30, training class for vacation Bible school teachers, 7:30, worship service and Bible study; Friday, 6:30 Congregational p o 11 u c k, 7:45, colored slides by Robert Churchill: Saturday, 7, business meeting for the men. State Street Christian — Saturday, CMF District — Chapman college scholarship banquet at Riverside — Contact Harvey Sanders for reservations and tickets. Church of Christ (Christian) — Tuesday, 10 a.m.. Southern Call fornia Christian rally in Pomona 7:30, board meeting to be held in the church office; Wednesday, 30, midweek sen-ice will be held in the church auditorium; Thursday, 6:30, monthly potluck fellowship supper will be held in the church basement. Mrs. Betty Brown of Riverside will tell of the medical work that she and her husband hope to do in Burma The public is invited. Christ Lutheran (Mo. Synod*— Wednesday, 7:30, Lenten worship service, 8:45, Sunday School teachers meet; Thursday, 1-4, lad-; ies' sewing; Saturday, 9-lj:30, Sat. school — 5th and 6th grades, 9-12, confirmation class. First Congregational — Mon-| day, 6:30, Pilgrim guild pot-luck supper and program. Mrs. Max Cranmcr will discuss the County and State Welfare program: Tues day, 9:30, Plymouth Circle will meet at the home of Mrs. Otto Knudsen: Wednesday, 9:30, sewing session, Kimberly Hall. First Baptist — Monday, 7:30, School of the Bible: "The Book of. Psalms," led by Dr. Dougla Eadie. Chapel: Tuesday, 5-7, JOY Fellowship Guild will meet at the home of Janice Groom. The program will include slides on Alaska, 6:30, Roger Williams Fellowship in Bekins basement, 7:30, combined meeting of the Joan Anderson, Viola Smith and Mar Janet Worrell Circles in the chapel. Each member is entitled to bring a guest. Speaker: Mrs. Robert Jelliffe; Wednesday, 7:30 a.m. morning devotions for High school youth, YMCA chapel, John Town send, leading; Thursday, University Association annual meeting, First Baptist Church, Corona, 10; a.m., Mrs. Nichols' Bible class, 6;25 ; share-a-dish supper in the dining room, 7:10, second in the School of Evangelism series studying Ephesians, 7:45, concert by the men's chorus, Berkeley Baptist Divinity School —Note time. Program will conclude at 8:30, 8, trustees meeting; Saturday, £ a.m.. Pastor's class in the lounge; Friday and Saturday — Roger Williams Spring Retreat, Meadowlark Farms, Hemet. Redlands Assembly of God — Wednesday, 7:30, mid-week Bible study and prayer service, led by the pastor. First Methodist — Monday, 7, commission meetings, 8, official board; Tuesday, 7:30, Kennard circle. Mrs. C. E: Perry, Mrs. Alma Sanborn, co-hostess; Wednesday 10 a.m., W.S.C.S. general meet -j ing, luncheon served by Circle 6; Thursday, 6:15, family fellowship! share-a-dish dinner. Speaker: Mr. Robert Vogel. Mr. Vogel recently completed a three month visit to Friends Service committee proj -j ects in Asia. Reorganized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints — Wednesday, 7:30, prayer service at Rose Nelson home — Highland Faith Lutheran (Yucaipa) — j Monday, 7:30, parish board meeting; Wednesday, 7, special Lenten service; Thursday, 3:30, ju -j nior Lutherans: Saturday, 9 a.m., confirmation classes. Second Baptist — Monday, 7, ushers; Tuesday, 7, Mission group; Wednesday, 7, praise service; Friday, 7, teacher's meeting. Bethany Reformed — Monday, 7:45, Sunday School teachers meeting at Don Jalving residence, 7:45, Children's Retreat meeting| at First Christian Reformed; Thursday, 7:10, family night cate-| chism classes. CLASSIFIED RATES Minimum 1 tines. 9 average words to tha Una Do not abbreviate. 1 Time 3 Times « Time* 3 Urn 4 75 fl 32 *2 4U 3 Line«. .75 1-93 381 4 Lines LOO 284 4 KC i Lines 1.25 3.30 fl 00 V Lines 1.50 3.B5 7.21) 7 Un« 1.7S 4 62 «.4u S Lines. 2 00 5.21 98> a Lines 225 SM 10 81 10 Llnei 2.50 860 12 00 Per Month bv the tine - *3 00 Commercial Rates on Request rha Facts is not responsible for mora than one Incorrect Insertion. DEADLINE Non-Commercial-10 a.m day of publication. Commercial - 3 p. m. day preceding publication. TO PLACE YOUR AD CALL PY 3-3221 FACTS OFFICE 700 Brooks Ida at Center P. O. Box IBU Reduadj INDEX Auto Dealera «0 Barcain Spot I s Beach-Mountain Properties 48 Bu&iness Opportunities 44 Business Rentals - - 40 Busmen Services - 22 Furniture and Appliance Dealers ..... 30 Grovei and Ranches — 52 Help Wanted — <> Home Services - 20 Houses For Rent — « Lost and Found - - - 1 Lou and Acreage — JO, Money to Loan — *o Morlgarei-Trust Deeds 4. Personals .* Real Estate For Sale - — f» Real Estate Wanted S3| Situations Wanted - - 4 Schools and Instruction - 6 Trucks-Trailers 59 Wanted and Snaps — *> Wanted to Rent^^ ^ ,,,, m Trading Stamp Directory 6 Help Wanted MAN far gro.-e pruning, experienced Phone PY 3-1607. 8ABY kitting and light cooking. Color- cd preferred13 day week. PY 4-1377. COMBINATION sheet metal man and machinist. PY 2-4611. WOMAN to demonstrate Sarah Coven try Jewelry part-time. No invest ment, collecting or delivery. Call PY 7-1403. YoUSit man over" 20 for work in, self-service drive-In restaurant. Must be neat, fast and courteous. Write _mjalificat.ons_tn Box 42. Facts_office. RAWLfefCH 3USTNESS~ftd~W OPEN in Redlands. Trade well established Excellent opportunity. Full time. Write Rawleighs. 4707 E. 49th St., L, A. 58. . FOR local office, part-time work. Typing and some knowledge of book keeping required. Salary open. State age and experience. Apply In writ Ing to Box 33, Facta office. Help Us Find This Teacher Please pass this ad on to some man teacher or principal who is ambitious to earn at least $1,000 this summer. This vacation position will pay the right teacher $1,000 to $1,500 depending on ability and length of vacation. He must have good record, good work habits, excellent character. Also an opportunity for permanent 5-ficure management position. Write <n confidence, giving age. education, phone number, subjects •fluent, and extra curricular activities to Box 37, Facts office. 22 Business Services Commercial Printing CITftOGftAPH PAINTING . TT3 E. Bute LETTERPRESS — OFFSET Duplicating Offset REDLANDS BLUEPRINT CO. 22 W. Citrus Ave. Phone PY 2-3471 Equipment Rental Complete Una oi Contractors Equipment and Trucks By Day. Week, or Month W. K- EQUIPMENT CO. 273 So. E St. TUr 4-2161. San Bdno 1830 — 8th St. OV 4-5464. Riverside Gardening HEDGE trimming, yard work, power tools, trash hauling. PY 3-3914. General Remodelling CARPENTRY, painting, electrical re No lob too imall. PY 2-3361 or Y 4-1414. Grading — Excavating TRACTOR work, discing, grading. It cling. PY 2-2289. ING. TRENCHING. H. Kevari. 1131 6th St. Phone PY 2-5S52 or PY 3-1775 9 Room and Board McT clean roam to man. Reasonable. 103 W. Olive. CASA DSir ~REV — Room and board. Reasonable rates. PV 2-9068. 10 Rooms • Apartments S. & H. Green Stamps THE HARRIS CO. Phone PY 3-2366 HtxCftMAN JfiWEEER" 109 Orange Phone PY 3-3611 WINK'S DRUG STORE 10 W. Cotton Ave. Phone PY 3-2804 1 Lost and Found LOST — Bunch of keys on ring near post office. PY 2-2124 LOST—Large siwd toy Boiton terrier. Black and white, female, perfect markings. One white foot. Answers to name Trlnky. PY 4-1050. ask for Mr. Davis. FURNISHED apartment, utilities paid. S25 month. JO E. Pearl. *50. Landscaping CA^DSCATE^gar^enlng, sprinkling sys- terns tnitalJed. renovating by roto- tilling power equipment. K. Fecnstra, 819 Sylvan Blvd. PY 2-3470. Plastering PLASTfiRING-Stucco. 30 year's expert ence. Licensed. Insured. PY 2-3232. PATCHING a'sDeclaltyTCali PV* 7-0*44 Donald J. Erlcson. Prescriptions Cunningham's Prescription Pharmacy 29 E Vine Phone PY 3-3229 Tire Recapping 6-hour recapping service. Guaranteed. Taylor's Super Service. 4th tc State Tree Surgeon TRErroppiN" G. Maxwell. 1213 Webster. PY 3-3783. DUNlTtfATTTRTarsERVrCE Fully Insured Free Estimate 2394 Mil) Creek Rd. Phone PY 4-1312 FURNISHED 1 bedroom, close in, PY 3-1785. APARTMENT for a man. furnished utilities paid. 603 E. Central, APARTMENT for a man. furnished". utilities paid. 603 E. Central CtEAN, quiet furnished apartment. Second floor. S35. 221 4th St. 30 Furniture-Appliances CABIN, kitchenette, bath with shower Garage 87 week 609 W Cnllon, MENTONE — J room unfurnished duplex, newly decorated. S43. PY 2-3889 furnished apartment PY 2-3713 2 Personals REWEAVlNC—Moth holes, burns, tears. JP^M-^Norgaard. PY 2-5418. will call 4 Situations Wanted PAINTING BY HOUR — Experienced. George Davis. PY 2-4420. PAINTING — A-l workmanship. Reasonable rates. Bob De Witt. PY 3-3722 PRACTICAL NURSED-Any type care TU 7-7149. evenings TU 84-2440. HAVF opening in my home for 1 child. Day care license. Mrs. Don Kuhns, 1334 Wabash. Mentone. PY 4-1374. LIKE high~weeds. Do you have them in your lawn? We cut. mow and edge your lawn and fertilize. PY 2-7135 after 5:30. 1 - BEDROOM Utilities paid. *60. 3B E. Vine. $a WEEK up. cabins. Kitchen, refrigerator, utilities free. Shady trailer spaces. S16 up. 5IS Lawton. HILL CREST INN. 723 Orange St. Large comfortable rooms, apartment availatleJJti 1 itics paid. Free parking. CLEAN 1 bedroom furnished apartment, wall-to-wall carpeting, cooler, _? 45 - 317 W. Olive. PY 6-4332. 2 AND 3 room furnished apaxtmentiT Swimming pool- Mission Motel, _Hiway 99. 3 miles west of Redlands. 1 DOUBLE and room 1 'single furnished Housekeeping privileges, attractive home, business woman de* Mred. PY 2-3703. 4-8 p.m HOME FURNITURE CO. NEW — USED — UNFINISHED ALSO Hospital Beds. Rental We Give S. A H. Green Sumps 513 ORANGE ST. PHONE PY 2-4240 RALPH'S BARGAIN SPOT Used Furniture - Appliances We buy and sell most anything. 342 ORANGE ST. PY 2-3857 Closed Sun. Res. PY 2-2362 GETS FREE TRIP NEW YORK (UPI) — Harbor pilot John C. Punger of Rockvillei Centre, N.Y., was bound for Europe today aboard the liner United States on an unscheduled free voyage. Punger was supposed to leave the ship at Ambrose Light, about two hours out of New York, but strong winds and heavy seas made it impossible to put him on a smaller boat. NOTICE OF SALE OF REAL AND PERSONAL PROPERTY AS A VNIT No. 28272 In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino, rn the Matter of the Estate of WINNIE WELLS CROSNO. also known as WINNIE W. CROSNO. Deceased. Notice fi hereby given that Vesta Ann Coger. as Administratrix with the Will Annexed of the estate of Winnie Wells Crosno, deceased, will sell at private sale, to the highest and best bidder, upon the terms and conditions hereafter mentioned, and subject to confirmation by the Superior Court on March 13, 1959. at the hour of 9:00 o'clock a.m. or thereafter, within the time aUowed by law, at the office ofi William J. Clark. Jr., at 35231 Yucaipa Blvd.. Yucaipa. California, all the right, title, interest and estate of said Winnie Wells Crosno, deceased, at the time of her death, and all right, title and interest that said estate has acquired by operation of law. or otherwise, other than or in addition to that of said Winnie Wells Crosno. deceased at the time of her death, in and to the real and personal property described as follows: The real property to be sold is described as follows: Real property in the County of San Bernardino. State of California, described as follows: That portion of Block 66 of Subdivision No. 6 of a part of Yucaipa Valley, in the County of San Bernardino. State of California, as per plat recorded in Book 19 of Maps, page 37, records of said County, described as follows: Beginning at a point on the center line of Douglas Street < formerly 4th Street) which is North 292.2 feet from itj intersection with the North line of County Line Road as shown on said Map; thence East on a line which is parallel with the North line of said County Line Road, 300 feet: thence North on a line which is parallel with the center line of said Douglas Street. 86 feet: thence West on a line which is parallel with the North line of County Line Road 300 feet to the center line of Douglas Street; thence South on the center line of Douglas Street, 86 feet to the point ot beginning. Note: Area and distances are measured to street centers. The personal property to be sold described as follows: One-half share of Capital Stock of South Mesa Water Co. The property hereinabove described by use or relationship constitutes unit for the purpose of sale and said real property and said personal property will be sold as a unit and under one bid in accordance with the provisions of Section 754.5 Probate Code. Bids or offers are invited for said real and personal property as a unit, and must be in writing and will be received at the office of William J Clark. Jr.. attorney for said Adminis­ tratrix with the Will Annexed, or may be filed with the Clerk of said Superior Court or delivered to the said Administratrix with the Will Annexed personally at any time after first pub- 'ication of this notice and before making said sale. The sale of the real and personal property herein described as a unit will be made upon the following terms: 50fi of the purchase price in cash through escrow. Balance to be evl denced by a promissory note secured by deed of trust; said unpaid balance to bear interest at the rate of 6% per annum; interest and principal to be paid in monthly installments equal to; ' "r of said balance. Dated February 25, 19S9. VESTA ANN COGER. Administratrix with the Will Annexed of the estate of Winnie Wells Crosno. WILLIAM J. CLARK, JR., 35251 Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, California, Phone PY 7-4191. Attorney for Administratrix with the Will Annexed. AVAILABLE on 15th, 1-bedroom un- fu mi shed deluxe apartment. Stove, refrigerator, swimming pool. 580 _n:onth._ Phone PY 3-4904. 3 FtOOM Tumished apartment, garage and laundry. Utilities paid. Fred E Miller. 31643 Hiway 99, 4'i miles east of Redlands. _ NEW^ 1-bedroom, carpeted, breakfast bar. s'un deck, swimming pool, beau tifully furnished, disposal, air conditioning. S95. PY 2-7379 or PY 2-5878. NE^W~~2-Sedroom apartment. $~a£ SyT van Manor, between Grove and Jud son Streets. 1316 Sylvan Blvd. PY 2-4180 FURNISHED 3 room apartment, laun dry facilities, garage, hot water furnished, $60 month. 330 S. Buena Vista. PY 3-1473 or PY 2-2536. ATTRACTIVE 2-bedroom furnished Upper floor with sun decks. Close to downtown Yucaipa. 560 per month Phone TL'rner 8-4451, San Bernardino. 12 Houses for Rent SMALL house, furnished, utilities paid. Adults. Ko drinking. 904 Clay. 3 BEDROOM. JNFL'BKISHEDT Key at 112 First. 15a REAL nice partly furnished 1 bedroom duplex. KS. 33S Bond. PY 3-4973. qupiex, »oj. .ta pqno. x i j-^gu. FURNISHED cottage for rent. Utili- ttes paid. 424 Grant. EXTRX LARGE, a BEDROOM HOUSE. PY 7-5353 1 BEDROOM furnished cottage, utilities paid. S55 per month. PY 2-4309. NEAR U. of R.. large 1 bedroom unfurnished. Cooler. Water paid. PY 2-0345. 935'i High 3 BEDROOM unfurnished house, chain link fenced yard. PY 3-35« or OV 4-9663. Riverside. COMPLETELY furnished house, nice lot. l'i bedrooms. 12820 Sixth St.. Yucaipa. PY 2-1666. den. disposal, cool 2 BEDROOM and fenced yard, near University PY 2-445" USED DEPARTMENT McMAHAN'S NO CASH DOWN EASY TERMS Large Gibson Refrigerator $89.95 5-plece Dinette Set $24.95 Kirby Vacuum Cleaner with attachments $14.93 2-piece Living Room Set— $29.93 Servel Refrigerator $59.95 Occasional Tables ..from $ 3.93 Philco Radio $14.95 40" Electric Range. $59.95 Occasional Chairs from $ 9.93 2-piece Living Room Set _ $39.95 Norge Gas Range —$49.93 Silvertonc Console TV $89.95 Admiral Console TV „ $79.95 Mercury Console TV... _ $98.93 Kenmore Deluxe Washer „ $79.93 No Red Tape to Open Your Account McMAHAN'S 127 E. STATE PY 3-2812 {Facts Classified Real Estate DIRECTORY If'you haven't found what you've been looking for among tonight's Real Estata Classified Ads. any of the brokers listed here will be (lad to help you. IR) REALTOR j Brewster-Rabenstein (R) 103 E. Citrus PY 3-317S Burgess's 405 E. Central PY 2-4073 Canterbury Realty Co. (R) 12 W. Citrus PY '3-5421 Deshler Realtors (R) Hiway 99 at Colton Ave. P* 3-2439 G. Geo. de Vries (R) 14 E. Citrus PY 2-3114 Emerich's (R) 302 E. State PY 3-2428 Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. 9, 1959- 11 55 Real Estate For Sale Redlands AKXIOL'S to sell equity In lovely J bedroom home. Make offer. PY 2-6979 SV OW.V£rt — 7 rooms. P. baths. 3 car garage, walled* patio. Extras. PY 2-2373. BUYiN'G - SELLWfi — RENTING' VIRGIL J. SIMS. REALTOR 20 N. 6TH PY 3-2771 Sun.. Eves. Bob Winans. PY 2-2734 2 BEClTodMS and aen. Miuthside, "will to wall carpeting throughout, stove and refrigerator, draperies, fenced back yard, sprinkling: system. $13,500. Call PY 3-1173; NtWTJOtfSES - only $53.02 per monxn. F.H.A. interest and principal with, low down payments. Family room, 2 bedrooms. 1 bath and do-it-yourself bedroom and bath. 1150 sq. ft. living area on 61 ft. fully Improved lots on Baldwin at Texas and PIo- neer. fred C. Johnson. PY 3-1219, M. K. Feenstra (R) W. Hiway 99 & Tenn. SL PY 3-5307 Don Figgins (R) 20 W. 7th PY 3-2861 (R) PY 3-2883 IR) PY 3-2591 (R) PY 2-4809 (R) PY 3-3017 (R) PY 2-5425 (R) FY 2-3433 rowler s 25 Cajon red P. Foy 131 Cajon Wanda Hale 1012 Orange St. Helen Hill 223 E. State Hooper-Jenkins 20 W. Citrus Bill Kfngham 103 E. Citrus 40 Money to Loan U6S'EY T6 LOAN OX TROST DEEDS Estate. 34974 Yucaipa Fergt Blvd PY* 7-8005 20 - YEAR LOANS. Farm property Equitable Life Atsurtnce Society REES &' REES. Realtors 124 Beacon. Hiway 99. PY 2-5325 42 Mortgages - Trust Deeds CASH for trust deeds, property loans. Brewster-Rabenstein. Realtor*, 106 X Citrus. Phone PY 3-S17S.' 44 Business Opportunities HEALTH forces sale, smoke and news stand. Rare opportunity. Inquire 410 E. Sixth. Beaumont. 46 Business Rentals CONCRETE building for lease. 4400 sq. ft. Suitable for retail or light manufacturing: large paved parking area. 12233 Calif. St.. Yucaipa. PY 7-0129. 2500 SQ. FT. In downtown Yucaipa] in excellent condition. Former bank premises. Inspect 183 W. Yucaipa Blvd. and phono, collect Mrs. Cates, TUrner 8-4451. San Bernardino. $95 RAY AND HELEN OVEROCKER REALTOR RENTAL SERVICE CALL ANYTIME PY 2-1804 NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 88628 In the Matter of the Estate of DON CHARLES TYLER, Deceased. • Notice is hereby given by the un derilgned, Stanley R. Roddick, as the Executor of the Last Will of Don Charles Tyler, deceased, to the cradi tors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, to present them, with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said Executor at the office of F. A. Leonard. Suite 6, Investment Building (P. O. Box 276 Redlands, California, which said office the undersigned selects as a place of business in all matters connected with said estate, or to file them with the necessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice. In the office of the Clerk of the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. Dated March 2. 1959. STANLEY R. RODDICK. As Executor of the 9 Last Will of Don Charles Tyler, Deceased. F. A. LEONARD. Redlands, California. Attorney for said Executor. IFlrit publication Mar. 2, 1959) 3 - BEDROOM. 2 - car garage, garbage disposal. Will furnUh. 343 or 357 Mulvihill Ave. r __^_, NEAR new 2 bedroom unfurnished house. Children O.K.. new schools, shopping center. 334 Church St. PY 2-4193. NICELY furnished, nearly new, 2 bed room unit in court. Carport, storage, laundry, swimming pool. 924 E. Cen tral. PY 3-5785. FOR RENT or sale, unfurnished 2 3 bedroom San Bernardino north end home. Children, pets O.K. Call TUrne*- 3-5310 after 6 p.m. FOR RENT Modern, well-furnished 1-bedroom duplex, walking distance to town, $60 PRESCOTT'S 3 W. State PY 3-3188 Large 4 bedroom, unfurnished— .$75 1-Bedroom. unfurnished. Adults $35 Large apartment, unfurnished .$70 BERT MARCUM. Realtor 204 E. State PY 3-3780 Eves. PY 2-3586 1-Bedroom apartment, close to town —$35 Small 1-Bedroom home close to town $45 REES & REES. Realtors 124 Beacon iHlway 991 PY 2-5325 5-Bedroom. 3-bath home. Cedar Avenue —$150. Modern 3-bedroom home on acre. Oak floors, enclosed breereway. double garage. Crafton district. $110. Deluxe 2-bedroom apartment with swimming pool. Near Market Basket— S100. PHIL LUKEI 131 Cajon FY 3-2885 15 Bargain Spot Automotive 1956 T.R. 3 sports car. $500 my equity, take over monthly payments. 12' glassed boat and trailer, $250. Upright piano, $200. 1336 Clay after 4 p.m. CLEAN USED CARS BOUGHT & SOLD, 99 BARGAIN LOT TOP OF HILL ON 99 31129 E. Hey. 99 PY 3-4247 Miscellaneous l 12' ROSE 18' x 12' ROSE wool rug and pad, good _ condition. $75. PY 3-4815. 17" TABLE model television, Hi-Fi set. new toy box. PY 2-5361. Gt)G —Home needed for 9 months old mixed breed mala dog. 1313 E. Col ton. SSTo -TILLER, 2'a h.p.. 4-cycle engine Like new. $80. PY 3-4583 after 4:30 p.m. S' BRYANT boat. Mark W. trailer. loaded with extras, a terrific buy at $1593. Pratt Bros. Boat Yard, 850 W. Hiway 89. 50 Lots and Acreage LARGE, closest-in view lot Grand View Drive. PY 2-4611. Terms. Phil & Becky Lukei (R) 131 Cajon PY 3-2883 ert Marcum (R) 204 E. State PY 3-37BO Ray Overocker (R) 627 Brooksida Ave. PY 2-1804 . A. Pratt (R) 6 W. Citrus PY 3-2509 Prescott's (R) 3 W. State PY 3-3188 Sedgwick Real Estate (R) 211 Orange PY 3-5939 (R) PY 3-2778 $1550 DOWN BY OWNER—4 bedrooms, 2 baths, large kitchen, sliding glass doors to klnf size patio, fireplace, corner lot, private alley to garage. RaJnbirds. <JI- chondra lawn, close to school, churches, shopping. $110 per month total, FHA. PY 2-2821. Collect $220 monthly from 7 units, close In, oa 100 x 135 ft. site. Good potential, gross about 13r,. $3500 down. BERT MARCUM, Realtor 204 E. State PY 3-3780 Van Wferen Bros. ON NORTH SIDE NEW 3 BEDROOM —$8850 $850 DOWN PY 3-3173 PAY A LITTLE MORE and get a LOT more for what you pay in this individually designed 2-bedroom and den beauty. View? — wonderful! Southslde? — of course! 2000 sq. ft. Includes 2 fireplaces and • formal dining room for your entertaining pleasure- Call BEV PERRY at Brooke Sawyer, Realtors 12 W. State PY 3-2814 Eves. PY 2-5150 Little Ranch 2-year-old 2 bedroom stucco horn* oa level acre. Beautiful view. Good place for chickens, hene. Must sell because ot sickness. Only $7£50. Immediate occupancy. PRESCOTT'S 5 W. State PY 3-31M Virgil Sims 20 N. 6th Updike Real Estate (R) 341 Orange PY 2-1440 55 Real Estate For Sale Redlands TRADITIONAL SERVICE SINCE 1914 HOMES — LOTS - FARMS FOWLER'S 25 Cajon REALTORS PY 3-2883 SUNSET DRIVE Located in Redlands choicest reslden tlal area on beautifully wooded \>\ acre with view of the mountains. 2 bedrooms, den, 2 fireplaces, central heatinjr.':oak floors, life tfme roof. 2 car garage. 522.500. PY 3-4306 or, PY 3-49H5. , • LOOK • before you buy your home. Take a 1 look at 1331 W. Highland Ave. and «e owner. ______, 52 Groves and Ranches ORANGE GROVES M-l ZONE Good 5 acre grove. Priced to sell at $13,500. 10 ACRES 7 acres navels, 3 acres valencies. Con tract B water, wind machines. Price $26,500. 5 ACRES AND HOME Nice 2-Bed room home, good navel grove. We can arrange terms for qualified party. $20,000 full price. REES & REES REALTORS 30 YEARS EXPERIENCED GROWERS J24 Beacon (Hiway 891 PY 2-5325 Eves.. PY 2-1007 Evenings and Weekends. PY 2-3480 NEW 11'xlS' green tweed nylon rug. $80. Also 42 yard wool Wilton tweed carpet and pad. 5231. TU 84-2179. GAS range, good condition, very reasonable. PY 7-0072. 33980 Avenue "E", Yucaipa. FERTILIZER-—Ground, weed free. 3 for $1.00. Van Der Veen, PY 2-5746. Iowa Street RENT A REFRIGERATOR RANGE OR WASHER LOMA LINDA. BARLOW'S. PY 6-0121 l*i TON Coldspot air conditioner, used 2 months. Wright air car cooler with 12 volt transformer. 15H horsepower Elgin motor. 309 E. Palm Avenue. PY 3-4505. ANTIQUES ard CUTS At Casa Fiesta 1701 West San Bernardino Ave. SPECIAL SALES Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays Any Tirne by Appointment. PY 2-1003 Phone py 3 3 2 2 I For All Matters Related To Facts Classified Advertising Dial PYramid 3-3221 Buy of All Buys! For large family that really likes comfort. SI2.000 will buy more in this home than any other in town! 3 bedrooms. Family Room. 2 Baths, wall- to-wall carpet in Dining Room — in excellent condition throughout: Large lot. Two barbeques lone In and one out). 10% down! EMERICH REALTORS 302 E. State PY 3-2428 Eves. PY 2-6703 2 BEDROOM HOUSE. CASH $3800 PY 2-2464. 1219 Webster; I Block to Golf Course Executive type house. 3363 sq. ft. T years old, 4-bedroom house. 2 baths, stone fireplace, knotty pine. Screened in patio, electric dishwasher. Approximately 1 acre ground, room to build duplexes. Rambling ranch type. Yucaipa area. PY 7-0690. Shown by appointment only by owner. $23,500 Service Must Be First Whether you buy or sell, our Multlpla Listing Service gives the best coverage. Your agent must give diligent, discreet and dependable service. WE PLEDGE THESE SERVICES Ray and Helen Overocker Realtor and Associate CALL ANYTIME PY 2-18M 627 BROOKSIDE AVE. PARKING Shopping Around? See~ffiul 2-Bedroom home :£FrSrs« level lot with 1-Bedroom house In rear renting for $35. Front house has large living room, separate dining area. 2 big bedrooms. Tiled kitchen. A real bargain at $11,000, with financing available. PRESCOTT'S 5 W. State St. PY 3-3188 • • • • FHA OR CAL-VET 3 BEDROOM HOME, built in 1952. It's neat and clean, on a quiet street In a desirable neighborhood. Wall-to- wall carpeting in living room, dining room and hall. Draperies and cooler included. Fenced rear yard. Have FHA commitment and should go well on Cal-Vet. Will consider 15' house trailer as part payment. 1200 square feet —i $12,900. Virgil J. Sims, Realtor 20 North 6th PY 3-2778 Sun. & Eyes.. Bob Winans. PY 2-2754 Unbelievable! $5500 SOUTHSIDE LOCATION FURNISHED 2-BEDROOM REES & REES REALTORS PY 2-5323 PY 2-1905 OPEN SUNDAYS Cal-Vets! Look! This is an extremely good opportunity < to buy a hornet You may move in while you wait your turn for Cal- Vet processing! Choice of 3-Bedroom. or 4-Bedroom with bath and a half, fireplace, fenced yard, and 2-car garage. Will sell at Cal-Vet appraisal —'also will FHA]—so call me quick.' MARK. BILL, or HANK — at EMERICH REALTOR S 302 E. State PY 3-2428 Eves. PY 2-4701 TRADE A LOT A SMALL HOME A TRUST DEED For a delightful 4 bedroom older home on Cajon! Phil & Becky Lukei REALTORS 131 Cajon St PY 3-2883 Sun., Eves., Roy Buchoz, PY 2-5170 Overlooking the Valley and mountains — youll feel you're sit tine on top of the world in the comfort and luxury of this beautiful home. Lean back, relax and scan this panorama from the security of the spacious living room—and—look up from dinner and enjoy the sparkling carpet of lights from the dining room. Three bedrooms, a king- sized playroom and spacious kitchen- breakfast area round out the appeal of this gracious home. See it in its setting amid cool ivy and green, green grass. Buy it for only $31.3001 and know the joy of saying, "It's mine." BERT MARCUM, Realtor Multiple Listing Service 204 E. Slate 1>Y 3-37M EVENINGS and SUNDAYS Joe Littlepage C. A. Illoebaum PY 2-3586 PY 2-1091 Pretty G. I. Resale The charm of open beam ceilings, wall-to-wall carpeting, a cheerful 12x12 kitchen, and a cozy covered patio enhance this practically new. Insulated 3-bedroom. l>«-bath home. It's only $12.500—and to top it all off, $1000 down and $34 a month Including everything (later only |74 a month?), EMERICH REALTORS 302 E. State PY 3-2428 Eves. PY 2-8703 USE THE FACTS FAST ACTION "CLASSIFIED" CALL PYRAMID 33-22-1 COUNTRY CLUB AREA ONLY $20,900 WITH LOW DOWN PAYMENT In Redlands' most delightful area. Dream kitchen, loads ot shelves and counter space, double sink, built-in range and oven, farbafe disposal. bedrooms, and the Master bedroom is truly large with a connecting bath with a full 5' tile shower that has elbow room. Pullmans in bathrooms, main bath has laundry facilities with outside door. Sparkling Crane fixtures, aluminum windows, 12 foot sliding glass door from patio to living room, fireplace. Detached garage with room for two cars and a golfcart All this Is brand new, with a 138 ft. frontage lot with landscaping. Country Club Homes located on Jordos St., near Redlands Country dab. SCHERER FOOTHILL TERRACE, A CORPORATION 2084 Orange St, Redlands PY 3-3144 PY 3-2763 PY 3-27M

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