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Local Notes 'Booking Beauty Appointments Tuesdays, Wednesdays. Saturdays. Joyce Litchfield PY 2-3747. N Counseling Service Sponsored by Alliance Mcn'i Group. For appointed, PY 2 1932. x Story Hour Tomorrow Mrs. Lucile Marsh will tell "The Little Red Hen", "Why Cowboys Sing in Texas" and "The Friendly Bear" during tomorrow morning's story hour for children from 11 to 11:30 in the Lyon wing of Smiley library- Eucalyptus Wood For Sale I 2 ft. lengths $30. Cord. Saturday delivery, PY 3-4440 or PY 3-1809. x Luscious Navel Oranges and sweet desert grapefruit for sale. Redlands Foothill Groves. x Fairy Tales "Rumpelstiltskin and "Red Riding Hood" will visit Redlands on Saturday, March 2S, 2:30 p.m.. Clock Auditorium, sponsored b y the Redlands Auxiliary of the Children's Home Society. Kids —I bring mom and dad too! Tickets at the litle castle. State and Orange street, March 21-27. x For Your Easter Bonnet Exciting collection infants thru teen. Try Jack and Jill Shop. 213 Orange street. x State Income Tax Help A deputy franchise tax collector will be at the treasurer's offici in the Redlands city hall Mon day and Tuesday. Mar. 23 and 24 to assist area residents with preparation of state income tax r e ports. Forms will be available and he will accept payments by check bu' not by cash, according t c Marion Poyzer. city treasurer. Shades for Lamps, all sizes Home Furniture Company, 515 Orange street. \ See the Many Saving Specials at House and Lawn Hardware this week end. Better hurry- Colton and Orange, PY 2-4333. x Breakfast Meeting Delma Lockwood, Y u c a i p a peach grower and C.B.M.C. worker, will be speaker at the Saturday 6:45 breakfast of Redlands Christian Business Men's Commit tee at Willard's. Jack Foster wil' give trumpet solos. Autopsy Shows Hawks Died From Poisoning The death of Michael Hawks, 18 year old brilliant University of Redlands freshman chemistry student, was listed by the coroners office as due to' chloral hydrate intoxication it was revealed this afternoon by Chief of Police Stanley Bowen. The announcement was made after thorough analysis by chemists in a bio-chemistry lab in San Bernardino which required over 36 hours. Chief Bowen said that the analysis confirmed the original findings of the investigators that a chloral hydrate derivitive jn overdose amounts was the probable cause of death. Chief Bowen said that chloral hydrate i: a general sedative with several derivities. It is considered to be one of the dangerous drugs and limited to use by prescription. It is the drug that unscrupulous persons employ in drinks as "knock out" drops or "Micke> Finns" to "put their victims to sleep", lie said. Weak doses put the victim to sleep for a matter of hours but heavy doses may be fatal, he added. "Our investigation revealed that large quantities of chloral hydrate were found in Hawks room "in unmarked bottles. It was also learned that he personally conducted some experiments with this chemical and that he had used it 'to calm his nerves'," Chief Bowen said. Whether the overdose of t h c chloral hydrate was taken accidentally or intentionally is uncertain. Chief Bowen said. The known factors are that Hawks was found unconscious in bis bed by his room mate Richard Lanham Tuesday afternoon and was taken to Redlands Community hospital where he died at 11:30 that night. The following day the autopsy revealed that death unknown substance and the lab analysis followed. Chemicals Found Chemicals and organic substances were found in unmarked bottles in Hawks' room during the investigation along with tape recordings, notes, papers, diary of sorts", and other personal property. The chemicals were tested and were found to be "vitamins", the chloral hydrate derivitive, powdered oleander, and some miscellaneous other powders and capsules. Hawks was termed an outstand ing student in bio chemistry and was in line for a research scholarship for this summer. His experiments with student volunteers in liis dorm were terminated by, university authorities some time ago but it was assumed that he continued some experiments in his room on his own since then. These had noth ing to do with his classroom work his teachers said. He was interested in the effects of the stimulant and sedative drugs as was shown by his experiments and his readings. He also was studying the use of drugs in the curing of certain forms of] insanity. His step sister Mrs. Karen Cle ments. Slo'.j East Colton avenue and her husband. Philip, who returned here last night from basic air force training in Texas, left for their home in Hemet today. They said they knew noth-' in£ of Michael's experiments. Phil ip, a former UR student, re cently entered the Air Force. Services are pending at Emmer-j was due to poisoning by someison's. Hawks Gave Students Drugs, Observed Reaction Marine Equipment and water skiis. Complete line of boats and motors at low prices. Herman's Marine, 320 East State. Redlands. x Tennis Players Just arrived! Boys tow top tennis shoes. Pratt Bros. Sporting | Goods. 651 E. Citri'? 'across from Redlands Junior High>. x Keagerty Funeral Funeral. services for Joseph Henry Heagerty were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Gerald C. Churchill, pastor of the First Congregational Church, officiating. Cremation followed, with interment of ashes at a later date at Inglewood Ceme- tcry. Shandy Services Funeral services for Mrs. Florence Ellen Shandy were -held Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock from the Hillside Church, at Rose Hills Memorial Park, in Whittier. with Rev. John D. Foerster. pastor of the First Evangelical Luth-j eran Church, of Redlands, officiating. Pallbearers were James Buckman. Charles Klien, Lee Van Dusen, Wallace Van Dusen. William Richardson, Sr., and William Richardson, Jr. F. Arthur Cort ner Chapel in charge. Ciffard Funeral Requiem Mass was held for Joseph F. Gifford this morning at 10 o'clock from the Sacred Heart Church, with Rev. Brendan O'Sullivan officiating. Pallbearers were Thomas Ditchfield, Frank Hall, Carl Hyman, Frank Silva. F. P Weber, and T. W. Roach. Interment was in Hillside Cemetery F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. No* Funeral Funeral services for Edwin Clare Nbe were held Thursday at 11:00 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands chapel. Pastor Ray E. John son arid Pastor John D. Foerster officiated. Pallbearers were James Stader, Chester W. McFarland, Carl Owensby, Sorb Watt Jess Thompson, Don Hunt, Orland Fowler. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park. Emmerson's Red lands Mortuary in charge. The mysterious death of Mi-i chad Hawks. 18-year-old Univer-! sity of Redlands chemical student, brought to light his interest and experiments in stimulant and sedative drugs that cause the person taking them to see hallu cinations. double images, kaleidoscopic color changes and similar unnatural experiences. The notes, papers, tape record ings, diary and other personalj oroperty along with 10 or more bottles and container; of unmarked chemicals all found in Hawks' room were turned over to the coroner's office for study. Deputy Coroner Edward P. Dovle said the tapes combined with Hawks writings revealed some findings and results of the tests. Chief of Police Stanley Bowen yesterday revealed that the investigation showed five students told of participating in the experiment'; and that Hawks re-, corded his observation of th<>irjaway." Everyone is in block At this point. Hawks wrote that the volunteer reflects definite reactions to suggestions from my experience (seeing numbers, letters.) He sees vivid pinks, Aztec pat terns, reds and blues, Indian features, towns and villages coming out of the flickering strobe light, "one big diamond" from the solid light. Pictures are in his mind's eye He's "going up." The tester seemsj to be wearing war paint. There are photos appearing on the wall. He has pains like an ulcer. "We know things others can't. There are cheap oil paintings. Visual Delusions The LSD-25 has taken over: "Visual delusions, but not just distortions, rather complete new forms — true hallucinations." His breath is "being drawn Hawks' Room Mate Was Richard Lanham As has happened many times since classer opened last fall at the University of Redlands two' students with similar names were mistaken for each other again several days ago in connection with the death of Michael Hawks. The names that were mixed were those of Richard Lehman, 20, a junior student from Alham bra and Richard Lanham. 18, a freshman from Hermosa Beach. Lehman was listed in news stories as Hawks roommate. Lehman- says that in fact he did not even know Hawks. Hawks roommate was Lanham. who has been assisting police in the investigation of Hawks death. Research Director Issues Statement In Hawks Case Weather February 20 February 21 February 22 February 23 February 24 February 23 February 26 February 27 February 23 March 1 — March 2 March March March March March March March March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 • RainfaU Temp. ' 24 Sea- Hours ton . 61 . 50 . 59 . 67 . 70 . 73 . 77 . 80 . 82 . 81 . 83 . 87 . 81 . 76 . 76 . V . 84 . 82 _ 80 .87 _ 80 lUrch 1* ™ March IS 80 March 16 84 March 17 84 March 18 — - '» March 19 _ 74 March 20 84 41 45 37 35 37 39 38 41 45 47 45 49 46 42 40 43 43 47 46 45 45 46 52 45 46 49 44 47 48 .47 .02 5.5P 5.61 WILLIAM c. MOORE. Publisher. RANK x. MOORE. Editor. PabUaJMd every evening; (except Sunday at Facts bunding. 700 Brook- aide at Center. Redlands. California Founded October 23, 1890, eath year Entered as second clas* matter October 23. 1890, at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES fin Advance) Oaa Meats* f Ut Three MoBtks _ •Is Meatks Oae Tear .|; behavior while under the influ ence ef the drugs on the tapes and in his notes. D-souty Doyle said that th« tapes also contained bits of music, a conversational French 'esson with HawVs' tutor known inly as "Mimi" and »b» notes on the periodic observations. Technical papers from Switzerland on the comparatively new mushroom hypnotic were found. Doyle said various materials found in the young boy's room "are extremely difficult to obtain." Through research papers found in the room, police have learned of the "guinea pig" tests among Hawks and his colleagues. Officers have taken statements from a 11 those named in the papers. One of the papers revealed a minute-by-minute account on the birth of a world of hallucinations. A volunteer "guinea pig" was watched as he drifted out of the rational world around him. He had taken LSD-25. Technically, that's lysergic acid diethyla­ mide. It causes temporary insanity or irrationality. Hand-Written Report The experiment in the handwritten report printed clearly in ink began at "1300 hours," d p.m.) The're is no date on the report. The "guinea pig's" 'observed flight from reality: At 13:40 he is irritable. Eight minutes later he feels numb. Then he reads poetry into a tape recorder microphone. His speech is slightly uncoordinated. At 14:10 he acts "sort of silly." Then he ."wants to explain things! he feels somewhat left." ! At 14:15, the first radical step: "He sees a green tinge from behind my head. He closes his eyes — a Japanese print. . . He feels this is important to reactions." A Church Window In five more minutes he talks of seeing blues "a church win-j dow," red stars. He feels the tester is "sinister, deceiving him." At 14:30 things are out of W cus. . . great foginess. . . double images. He needs agreement to his statements. . . trouble in reasoning.] A strobe light is brought in. He notices things, but won't describe them. He sees a general color of green in the area, becomes dreamy, feels isolated. Then: He "becomes afraid, lost in our world, almost mumbling, emotional, very nervous." It's 15:02. He believes it to be 46:30. He wants to hear vocal music. He's cold. Deeper Meaning He "realizes himself in new way." He feels "deeper meaning'' still egotistical, rational. At 15:45 he fears "going into light" and "fears being lost, in the room or world." form. He sees little animals and definite delusions. . . multiplicity of images." He feels like he is being asked questions all the time, although "carrying on extensive monologues." The tester wrote that at 18:30j he "went to dinner and returned at 17:55." That's when "I and (the LSD experimenter) went walking in the Quad (at the University of Redlands). The experimenter said he is creating "sparks" as h e walks. The trees seem tall, the skv distant, the stars many. He talks "very rationally" to few persons met but he feels "on the outside." His throat and stomach are bothering him. They return to the dormitory- He becomes engrossed in a mirror image. He is "rationalizing about the conscious. the sub-conscious and something deeper At 1900. Hawks »Tote his colleague was "definitely returning to normal." But he then wrote of "upsurg ing of senses, can't relate sounds to origins, complete haze." He feels end of seeking felt earlier. He feels sunburned. H i s face is showing reddening. There are "new dimensions." That was at 19:20. There if nothing else written. One of the police officers found that Hawks had been practicing] Yogi and frequently sat with legs crossed on the grassy quad as if in a trance. ' Mr. Doyle said that the diary type writings were for the most part of a personal nature. At one point in the investigation it was revealed that Hawks had been expelled from one of the military academies that he attended for possessing chemicals forbidden to him. Mrs. Louise Cox Passes Away After an illness of about six months, Mrs. Louise Cox, 82. 1602 Ohio street, died yesterday. Mrs. Cox was a native of Missouri and had lived in Redlands and the San Bernardino area for the past 35 years. She was a member of the Church of the Nazarene. She leaves one daughter, Mrs. Ted Conibear of Temecula, a brother, Marvin Williams of Oklahoma, 11 grandchildren and 24 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 10 a.m. at Em merson's Redlands mortuary. Interment will be in Hillside cemetery. Because of the possibility of con necting the experiments of Mi chael Hawks with research supported by public grants being con ducted on the University of Redlands campus. Dr. Robert H. Maybury, director of this research, has made the following statement: A brilliant and potentially valuable young scientist has been lost to research in the tragic death of Michael N. Hawks, University ol Redlands freshman who died Tuesday from self-inflicted poisoning. We recognized the great talent latent in this young man and accepted the responsibility of his development. We wanted him to 'oe self-disciplined, so we insisted that he study analytical mathematics but we also wanted his imagination to find expression, so we arranged special laboratory space and apparatus for him. "Because many public funds arc entrusted to us in support of our research program, we wish t o make clear the following facts: "Mr. Hawks was not associated with our research projects supported by grants. His research was work he originated. "All of his experiments were strictly legitimate, were of a clean cut chemical nature, and were fully recorded in his exceptional ly well-kept laboratory notebooks. 'We had absolutely no knowledge of his 'off-the-record' experiments with drugs involving 'nu man guinea pigs' which he was conducting in his dormitory with chemicals obtained secretly. "His" death is quite clearly a consequence of deep personal problems he bore and which were unknown to us but which were revealed to medical authorities who had been in his confidence." Dr. Edwards Files For Yucaipa School Board Race A third entrant has registered in the Yucaipa school board election while no filings have been received for Redlands and other adjacent districts, although two Rcdlanders have announced their intention to run. The -notice of intention of Dr. J. Alton Edwards, 34675 Yucaipa boulevard, was received this morning by the office of the county superintendent of schools. Redlands incumbents Bert Mar cum and Rex Cranmer have an nounced their candidacy but their notices have not yet been re ceived by the county office. Mr. Marcum will run in both the Redlands High school and elementary districts, while Mr. Cranmer. whose term on the high school board does not expire this year, will run in the elementary district. Dr. Edwards, a Kiwanian, has lived in Yucaipa Valley for the past 10 years and is the operator of Yucaipa Hospital. He has two children in Yucaipa schools. The other two candidates in the Yucaipa contest are Alex Law and incumbent Mrs. Phyllis Gustafs son. There are two vacancies toj be filled, the other created by the resignation of Dr. Roy Mountain, board president. The county office has received no filings on two vacancies in the Mission district or' one in the Fallsvale district. Incumbent Mrs. Morris C.-.ntley. Redlands area representative on the county school board, is undecided as to whether she will run again. No filings for this position have been received by thu coun-i ty office. Deadline for filing notices o f candidacy for the elections is April 17. Elections will be held May 19. CA1CMVAL By Dick Turner "Master Albert Perkins, two-thirty, an extraction!" Vital Records v BIRTHS HENSLEY—Born, in Loma Linda, Calif., March 14, 1959, at Loma Linda hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald W. Hensley, 845 Occi dental drive. Redlands, a son. TAVIAN—Born, in Loma Linda Calif.. March 14, 1959, at Loma Linda hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. John H. Tavian. 505 West State street, Redlands, a son. DEATHS COX — Died in San Bernardino Calif. Mar. 19. 1959. "Mrs. Lucy •Louise Cox. 1602 Ohio street, aged 82 years, native of Mo. and resident of Redlands for 25 years. Funeral services will be held 10 a.m.. Monday at the Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary chapel Rev. Andrew Young, pastor of the Nazarene church, officiating. Interment in Hillside cemetery. ALMIND — Died in Redlands. California, March 18, 1959, Kathy Zilpah Almind aged 7 days, na tive of Redlands, California and resident of Redlands for life. Deceased is survived by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Almirid. 31353 Florida street. Redlands: a brother. Keith C. Almind, her pa ternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs A. C. Almind, Redlands; and her maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John B. O'Neil, Cherry Val ley. Private graveside services will be held Saturday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Hillside Cemetery, with Rev. Gerald C. Churchill, pastor of the First Congregational Church, officiating. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel in charge. Metz, Elgin Attend Session Carl Metz and Jack Elgin today returned from a 10-day session at the Brunswick Management school in Chicago. Mr. Metz, former owner of Pinky's is the general manaeer of the new Empire Bowl, 24-lane bowling facility, while Mr. El gin, formerly with Bank of Amer ica for 10 years and now with Loge and Yount, will be his assist ant. The Empire Bowl is already un der construction at Colton ave nue and New York street and Mr. Metz said today that they jbope to be open by June 15. Announcement of Funeral Services JOSEPH F. GIFFORD Mass. 10 a.m. Friday from the Sacred Heart Church. BABY KATHY ALMIND Private services 10:30 a.m., Saturday, at Hillside Cemetery. F. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BR00KSIDE AVE. • PY 2-1411 Easter Assembly At High School A special Easter Assembly was held yesterday afternoon in Clock Auditorium for the students o f Redlands Senior High School. Special guest speaker was the Rev. Frank Toothaker of the First Methodist Church of Redlands. The High School A'Cappella Choir and Girls Ensemble under the direction of Wilbur Schowal- tcr. presented choral numbers appropriate to the occasion. These included: "Were You There". "O Rejoice Ye Christians Loudly", "Listen to The Lambs". The fifteen girls sang "The Lord's Pray er". and the "Twenty - Third Psalm". In the double assembly presentation. Rev. Toothaker spoke on the topic: "What is the Meaning of the Cross", emphasizing the idea that the cross is a symbol of concern for others, and that is in dicativo of how much love you have for yourself and others. Phone Co. Denied Hearing LOS ANGELES (UPI) — The state Public Utilities Commission Thursday rejected a California Water and Telephone Co. plea for new hearing on additional telephone rate increases. Company officials asked for reconsideration after the PUC allowed but $750,000 of the original $1,970,000 annual increase sought by the firm. The firm serves about 120,000 customers in Los Angeles, Riverside and San Bernardino Counties. In denying the petition, the Commission said only that 'the company had not shown "good cause" for granting a rehearing. About People Mrs. George ("Mom") Porter, 1023 Sixth street, returned home yesterday after an absence o f three months. During this time Mrs. Porter visited her daughter and other relatives in Illinois, Missouri and in Denver Colo. EMMERSON FUNERAL. CHAPEL LERUDE, Morton W. 11:00 a.m. Saturday Yucaipa Chapel COX, Mrs. Lucy Louise 10:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel WARD, A. B. 10:00 a.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel AWE, Samuel Remains forwarded to Wichita, Kans., for Services and Burial HAWKS, Michael N. Services Pending Redlands Chapel Phone PY 2-2422 . BROOKSIDE AVE. AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW DAILY FACTS BUILDING Plane Wreckage Not Located On two flights from Redlands Airport today, members of t h e Civil Air Patrol were unable to find on Mt. San Antonio <Baldy) what had been reported Wednesday as previously unidentified aircraft wreckage. Don Hardcnberg made one of the flights with Tim Thomas of Redlands, the pilot who believed that he saw the wreckage Wednesday. If anything actually is at the E.500 foot level east of the peak where the sighting was made Wednesday he was unable to ob-, serve it from the air. While skeptical of the existence of the wreckage. Mr. Hardenberg said that a ground party will be dispatched if the Wednesday ob-| serration can be repeated from the air. Speech Students In Competition At Coachella Redlands High School speech students will begin eliminations for state speech finals at Coachel la this weekend in the Spring Speech Tournament of the cast area of the Citrus Belt Speech League. Other schools competing will include Colton. Pacific, San Bernardino, and host Coachella. Some twenty students speakers left early this morning and are to compete today and this evening. An additional 25 will leave Saturday morning for contests held Saturday. The top six in each event will meet the top six from the west area at a special tour-j nament to be held at the University of California at Riverside April 3 and 4. This tournament will determine which speakers will represent the C.B.S.L. at the State finals at Santa Barbara. "The division of east and west is to give a greater number of ( students an opportunity to parti cipate". according to Mrs. Gertrude Baccus, speech coach. Students will participate in either original speaking or interpretation of literary works. Those speaking today include: Dave Brown. Don Blair. Sylvia Caudle, Frank Carmody, Barbara Cram. Carolyn Edwards. Dorothy Heisner. Bill Hilley. Kathy Hunsaker, Ron Kinder, Bill Kuest. Bill Marshall. Mary Ann Melton Harlan Meyers. Kathi Miller. Car| ol Sar.burn. Jo Ann Scull. Terry Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Mar. 20, 1959 - S Red Cross Drive Half Way To $28,839 Goal Now at the half-way point in the 1959 fund and membership campaign, the Redlands chapter of American Red Cross today announced results of the campaign to date. The 1D59 goal is 523,33?. The total >::cli"iin; a contribution of S1150 fro"i t;<c Lona Linda district which is with Arrowhead I'nitid Fund this year, is S9.687.13. Oth?r outly'ng arcaj have not yet reported t!i; progress of the drive. A rerwt is expected sometime next we?k. As of March 19. th? advanced gifts division reported S5.833; downtown business section. S1.8T3, and special gifts division. S823.43. Nationally, the American R?d Cross fund raising campaign rs- Dorts that 50 per cent of the 95 mi'lion dollar goal has been reached. Meanwhile. CAP continues t o Serfass. Claire Sheldon. Diana search for the T-33 plane in which Col. Harry G. Moseley of Redlands is missing. CAP had four planes in the air today and expects to have about 15 tomorrow and Sunday. Graduation At Norton For 20 Special graduation exercises were held this afternoon for the first class this year to graduate from the Norton Air Force Base senior non-commissioned officers academy. There were 20 staff, master, tech and senior master sergeants in the graduating class. The class address was delivered by Brig. Gen. P. M. Spicer who also crowned the "class queen Miss Marianne Gaba, who was Miss Illinois in 1957 and a runner up in the Miss Universe contest.l Shutl and Judy Morbitzer. Those competing Saturday will be: Robert Cervantes, Dave De Lange. Mike Ernst, Rene Frank; en, Doris Gray, Mike Hesser'. Kathy Hunsaker. Kinder. Miller. Scull. Terry Serfass, Norma Shade. Sheldon. Shull. Gail Melugin. Bob Pickett and Claudine Rezendes.. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, Mar. 30 IUPI-— EftgrJ Wholesale uncandled to producer graded for size 40 per cent grade AA large 37-371^, AA medium unquoted. AA small 33V?. Candled to retailers f .o.b. distributor plants delivered i!j cents higher: AA extra large 46< 3-48*3. A extra large 44<i-46>*. AA large 40<2-43*i. A largs -IS'-j -aa^. B large 32 t z -33 1 2. AA medium 36'r-39*i. A medium 32W-354. AA small 30>3-34*i. A small 23';-304. Prices to consumers in cartons: Grade AA large 47-39, A Urge 45-55, AA medium 46-35. A medium 45-51, AA small 42-49. A small 41-43. Poultry: Fryers at ranch 20. caponettej fryers at ranch 22-23, light type hens 8-10, hens cross 11-12. New York Stocks NEW YORK (UPD — Unusual strength in Procter 4 Gamble sustained industrials today with a better tone developing throughout the stock market neir closing time after m e -.rlv dec'-nc. Demand for Proctor k Gamble came after its president said the company was moving ah?ad on a broad front. At the top late in tha session the issue showed a 5-point rise. Oil shares developed strength also near the end of the session and several of them moved higher with Jersey Standard and Royal Dutch the actives. Chemicals suffered throughout the day. At their worst they registered losses of 1 to more than 2 points in such issues as Union Carbide. Eastman Kodak, DuPont and Allied Chemical. Auto issues sagged a bit but American Motors met good demand late in the session and ran up a point. Steels met support after a decline ranging to more than a point in U.S. Steel. Coppers continued soft on price weakness in that industry. Dow-Jones final stock averages: 30 industrials 610..T7. up 0.35: 20 railroads 162 <3. off 0.60, 15 utilities 94.41. off 0.13. and 65 stocks 210.77. off 0.17. Sales today were about 3.770.000 shares compared with 4.150.000 shares Thursday. Dow-Jorjcs Stock Averages Hiqh Low Close Cngt Minds' 614.16 605&5 610.37 up 0.35 20 Rrs 163.76 161.75 1G2.62 off 0.60 15 litis 91X8 94.1S 94.41 off 0.18 65 Stks 212.07 209.50 2)0.77 off 0.17 is Mo»t Active Sleeks IDew-Ja*Ts Serrlce. Cnuries? Lester. Ryaftf m CI li W. ststa Vwlnme C!i»*» . Chne. «.«*> Fraekaaf Tlr IS' -^T«t'' •«.IM Rennet Mac 1'i inch. H«pp C«rp K'i J- 'k HUM sfhiate M»M J-S't :SJUM Oliver r»r» lS'i -r '» MJim Alum. Ltd - IVi —l's JI.IS* n*H Co _ S4'i J- H I2.CM Bildwla 1.1ms l.Va -i- H !•.<•• Amer. Xaters -l's IIJH Serrel _ lUs — *i Citrus Market LOS ANGELES. Mar. 20 (UPD— Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s 88s 113s First grade...3.93 3.79 3.67 3.50 Second grade 2.65 2.83 2.99 2.88 Trend: Higher in spots. NEW YORK (UPD-Citrus: California Navels: 7 cars, lower in spots, half boxes $3.61. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. Mollie A. Barnard, 827 Alvarado. The world's most beautifully proportioned cars z o a < O s Z *> o h- CO This is the 6-passenger Ranch Wagon— one of six distinctive station wagons in the exciting 59 Ford line. There's a wide choice of colors and models right now. So selecjb yours for vacation fun before the spring rush. More Ford wagons have been sold than nearly all other makes combined. As low as per month af!«r small down poymtnl ... bastd on manufactursf's suggasltd list price. LOGE & YOUNT 113 West Central Ave. (Hiway 99)

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