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Local Nofes\ Now Open Friday Nights Redlands Audio Visual, 10 West Citrus, Phone PY 3-2187. Stolen Automobile Redlands police were notified this morning that a car belonging to Mrs. Neva Randal], 8 2 1 North University street was stol en. Easter Lilies Azaleas, mums, primroses. All beautifully wrapped. We give S. &H. Green Stamps. Newell Nurseries, West Hiway 99. PY 2-5665. x Firemen Called Redlands firemen were called when a truck struck a gas meter and broke it off at the rear wall in the alley back of the J. C. Penney store at Fifth and State street at 2:41 p.m. yesterday. Firemen stood by while gas company em­ ployes repaired the break. At 5:22 p.m. they were called to 118 East Pioneer avenue where heavy, smoke was caused by burning ou". of hours. Free Boat Rides See Herman's Marine for particulars, 320 East State, Redlands, x Driver Arrest Martin Anderson, 48, Route 1, Box 350, was freed on posting S525 bail yesterday to appear on a drunk driving charge April 8. He was arrested at 4:50 p.m. Tuesday at Highway 70-99 and the Stater Bros. Market driveway, 727 West Central avenue, after his car andj another car collided. The other car was driven by Zdzislaw Seidl, 61, 701 11th street, police said. Potted Plants and cut flowers, rose bushes, bed ding plants at Furst Nursery. 843 E. Central, PY 2-3424. x Theft Charge John Lee Brown, 18. 846 West Lugonia avenue was arraigned on charges of Grand Theft automobile in Redlands Judicial Court yesterday and his preliminary hearing was set for April 17. His bail is $2,500. Brown was alleged to have taken a car belonging to Gilbert Ramirez, 1139 Lawton street, Sunday night. Eucalyptus Wood For Sale 2 ft lengths $30. Cord. Saturday delivery, PY 3-4440 or PY- 3-1809. x Car Recovered Sheriffs deputies reported that the owner of the car found Tuesday in Mentone with the wheels removed was Lawrence A. Hutton, 304 Colima street, who reported it stolen. Easter Lilies azaleas, hydrangeas, hyacinths, tulips, etc. Gift wrapped, free delivery. Call PY 2-3885. Dangermond's Nursery. Closed Sunday.! x Shed Fire Redlands firemen today gave neighborhood boys credit for sav^ ing a small storage building from flames yesterday morning in the rear of the residence of Mrs. W.L. Jones, 1227 Sixth street. When the boys discovered the roof blaze they squirted water on it with garden hoses keeping it under control until the arrival of firemen ac 10 a.m. The damage was confined to the roof but the blaze was prevented from spreading to near by buildings. Treasure Tones Paint—Park Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Building, Colton at Orange. We give S. & H. Green Stamps too! x Forgery Arrest Frank R. G. Owen, 19 of Grand Terrace was arrested by Redlands [ police this morning on a forgery charge. He is alleged to have forged a worthless pay check and passed it in Redlands. Hop> to It Easter Bunnyl Choose Easter baskets, candies, novelties, colognes, cosmetics.] Winn's Drug Store, Orange and Colton. x Arrest Girl Redlands police at 5 p.m. yesterday arrested Cora Lee Myers, 18, of Riverside, for Riverside officers for investigation of issuing worthless checks. She was arrest ed in a local motel. Pretty Teen Clothes For Easter Larger, new department Jack & Jill Shop, 213 Orange. x Races Day Early The pigeon races Gila Bend, Arizona, will be held Saturday instead of Easter Sunday, members of the Redlands Racing Pigeon club and the Banning Racing Pigeon club announced today. The birds will be entered in the race Friday here and will be released at the Arizona city at sunrise Saturday. The airline distance is 270 miles and the birds are expected to arrive in the local lofts by mid afternoon. Look at Your ShadesI Are they tired? Try new ones. Home Furniture Co., 515 Orange. x Post Office Openings Redlands Post Office is looking for a substitute rural carrier to carry a rural route when the carrier is off on vacation or sick leave. Also for extra help at Christmas time. Applications should be made at the post office, Redlands. Closed Tomorrow—12 m. to 2 p.m. Good Friday, to permit our associates to worship in the church of their choice. Gair's, 11 East State. x Forehand Funeral Funeral services for Miss Eliza -J beth Mae Forehand were held Wednesday at 1 p.m. from Emmerson's Redlands chapel. Rev. Andrew Young, pastor of the Nazarene church, officiated. Pall bearers were friends of the family. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary was in charge. Redlands Freeway Project On Schedule Planning for the Redlands.freeway is proceeding on schedule and construction of the link from about Texas street to reservoir canyon is still slated to start by early summer of 1960, according to Clyde V. Kane, district engineer for the Division of Highways. He told the Facts today that we are very satisfied with the Redlands schedule, it has t o priority in our office and we do not believe it will fall shy (of the construction goal.)" Mr. Kane listed only two "ifs' for actual construction. (1) The State Highway commission h a still to appropriate construction funds (right of way purchase funds have been appropriated), and (2' Failure of Congress to act on the interstate highway program or action to cut it sharply, "could" set back the construction date of] the Redlands freeway. Two Projects When discussing the Redlands freeway, Mr. Kane is speaking of twq separate projects "under our present thinking and present scheduling.' From where the route crosses Texas street at about Colton avenue to where it connects with existing Highway 99 at about Oak street is one project. This is the section scheduled for construction about June 1, 1960. The second project starts from the cloverleaf at South E street west of Redlands and extends eastward to the Texas-Colton crossing. This portion of the project is cur rently scheduled a few months' behind the first and would b e ready for construction about Nov. 1. 1960. Enters Along Colton Ave. The route of the Redlands freeway, as approved by the city and adopted by the State High way commission, will, as a generality, enter the city on the west along Colton avenue. It will continue eastward on that line between Colton and present High way 99 until it curves gently to cross Church street just south of Sylvan boulevard. It will cross University street near Central, then cut across Wheaton street, curve back along Somers street and finally sweep across Fifth avenue just east of the Carmelite Fathers before rejoining present Highway 99 above Reservoir canyon. In reviewing the various steps; of freeway planning which were published in the Facts last Aug 23 relating to the Texas-Oak section, this is the progress to date, according to Mr. Kane: —Interchange approval by state and federal engineers is now complete 'scheduled Sept. 19581 —Submission of data for the bridge department to present to; the Public Utilities commission isj complete. This refers to train schedules, crossings and similar data. (Scheduled for Dec. 1958) * Soil Analysis —Analysis of soil conditions along the route as well as analy sis of borrow site material is now, 96 per cent complete (scheduled for Feb. 1959). —Submission of the precise data to the bridge department which will enable the design of necessary bridges is now 95 • per cent completed (scheduled March, 1959). —Submission of maps by the engineering department to the right- of-way department to show precisely how much and what area is needed for the right of way is 30 per cent complete (scheduled for June, 1959 and "we expect to make that date.") —Rough preliminary plans for district review, with a month set aside for revisions, are 63 per cent completed, (scheduled for August, 1959). —Total appraisal work scheduled for completion by Jan. 1, 1960, is already 40 per cent completed.; —Thirty-five per cent of the right-of-way is already cleared. This is not scheduled for completion until the end of May, 1960, which is also the earliest date when construction bids can be called. Property Acquired Mr. Kane said today that aj continuous property acquisition program along the freeway route has been under way since last summer. Although the right-of-way nego-| tiators are, for the most part, working directly from precise maps, no partial properties have, been purchased to date, Mr. Kane said. So far, he said, the state has purchased whole properties since the right-of-way would have; caused too much injury to the property to make partial purchase justifiable. This means, he said, that when the program is completed, parts of some properties will eventually be put back on the market. Pasture Planned For Herd Of Seven Buffalo The city of Redlands may soon be known as one of the last outposts of the once-multitudinous American Bison. The Redlands Soil Conservation District has on the planning board a sprinkler system for 20 acres in San Timoteo Canyon belonging to Harry Pon, who bought a herd of seven buffalo in Bakersficld earlier this month. The shaggy beasts are expected to arrive in about ten days. Mr. Pon has so far .declined comment as to what use the animals will be put, but it is suggested that cleaning of old Sharps rifles if premature. In other activitv this month, the Soil Conservation district installed 12,627 feet of concrete pipe irrigation systems and planned future projects on 61 acres. The district has installed 1.151 feet of closed drain runoff control system in the Greenspot agricultural area near Mentone. Also in the planning board is an 8,000 cubic yard earthen dam for C. Wilshire of Oak Glen. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts incurred by anyone other than myself. George T. Yancy. Weather Temp. 24 Sea­ Houn son February 26 . 77 39 —•— February 27 80 41 February 28 82 45 March 1 81 47 , March 2 . 83 45 . March 3 _ 87 49 ____ March 4 . 81 46 ____ March S , 76 42 ___ March 6 , 76 40 . March 7 . 78 43 March 8 , 84 43 March 9 . 82 47 March 10 86 46 March 11 . 80 45 March 12 87 45 . . March 13 . 80 46 ____ March 14 ... 73 52 March 15 . 80 45 — March 16 84 46 . March 17 84 49 , March 18 79 44 March 19 74 47 March 20 85 48 • March 21 82 50 March 22 - 72 42 March 23 66 51 March 24 , 69 44 _____ , March 25 78 46 March 26 . 73 42 — New York Stocks NEW YORK OJPD—Trading in stocks today fell off to a new low since Feb. 12 in a typical pre- holiday market in which prices receded leisurely all day. The market will be closed Friday in observance of Good Fri day. Leading steels drifted down fractions and the others lost more than a point. Further declines came into the coppers but the selling was restrained. DuPont had one of its wide moves, a sharp decline and other chemicals held in a narrow rut. Kansas City Southern, off nearly 2, sparked a wide decline in rails. Oils yielded small amounts. Motors held in a narrow range with American generating strength near closing time, Chrysler, up a point at its high, lost nearly all its gain. Zenith ran up 5 points and held most of it. Spiegel gained nearly 3 to a new high. Some of the recent favorites lost 2 points or more, including Thiokol. Stauffer Chemical, and U.S. Gypsum. Dow-Jones final stock averages: 30 industrials 606.58, up 0.11; 20 railroads 159.74, off 0.43; 15 utilities 93.80, off 0.20, and 65 stocks 208.94, off 0.18. Sales today were about 2,900,000 shares compared with 3,280,000 shares Wednesday. Dow-Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs 30 Inds 608.60 601.50 606.58 up 0 .11 20 Rrs 160.28 158.49 159.74 off 0.43 15Utls 94.25 93.49 93.80 off 0.20 65Stks 209.70 207.41 208.94 off 0.18 It Mart AetlT* Stocka (Daw-Janca Serrlcc, Cvvrtety -Latter. Ityenf m Ca.) 15 W. Suit VolDme Clsie Cbnr 9«.6M Amir Matari 35 - M.KW Minnie Maid I9'i -i<, M.fiOO Bentaet l'» - '. 54,fi<MI llnpp Corp. ti 3 . anch. JMae Slode. Park. lilt + *• 41,160 Emerion Radla SO»i 42 1..KOO Cnrtlsi Wright 15'i •+1«» St.300 Baldwin Lima Uli - •• tLSM Calaaeaa «>i - »i 27,104 Cbryaler 5»'i -~ »i Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 26 (UPI)— Representative prices.by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s 88s First grade _...3.86 Second grade 2.96 113s 138s 163: First grade 3.64 2.96 3.09 Second grade 2.70 Trend: Slightly lower. NEW YORK (UPD—Citrus: California Navels: 7 cars, higher, half boxes $4.09. 3.86 3.54 2.93 2.98 Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, Mar. 26 (UPIl— E««: Wholeaale uncandlcd to producer traded for alze 40 per cent grade AA large 36V,-37. AA medium 33!i. AA small unquoted. Candled to retailers fob distributor plants delivered IV, cents higher: AA extra Urge 46^-48W. A extra large 44'i-4614, AA Urge 401.-43",. A large 35Vi-38".. B large 32U-33H. AA medium 3S14-39W, A medium 33V35'i. AA small 28V4-30V4. A small 28'4-30'4. Prices to consumers In cartons: Grade AA large 39-59, A large 37-55, AA medium 35-55, A medium 37-51, AA small 29-49, A small 34-43. Poultry: Fryers at ranch 17 *4 -20. caponettes fryers at ranch 23-25. light type hens 8-10, hens cross 11-12. CHARLES HARGROVE Hargrove To Head Redlands Optimist Club Charles Hargrove was elected president of the Redlands Optimist club at the regular noon meeting today. He will take office in July. Other officers elected today were Stan Blackburn, vice president and program chairman; Don Mcintosh, second vice president and boys work chairman, and Bob Inman, sergeant-at-arms. Harold Pahl is secretary-treasurer of the club, an appointive position. The officers and the following new board members will be in stalled at special ceremonies prior to their assumption of duties in July: Bill Bates, Mr. Blackburn, Fred Dienes, Mr. Hargrove, Gene Hinkle, Harold Kolb, .Mr. Mcintosh and Dick Moorehouse. Holdover board members are Ray Good, William II. Smith, John Straker, and D. Lowell Wells, immediate past president. Vital Records BIRTHS KENNEDY — Born, in Redlands, Calif., March 25, 1959, at Red lands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kennedy, 8779 Church street, a son. HANNAH — Born, in Redlands, Calif., March 26, 1959, at Redlands Community hospital, t o Mr. and Mrs. Phil Hannah, 1232 Ohio street, a daughter. HILDEBRAND — Born, in Red lands, Calif., March 25, 1959, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hildebrand (Charlotte Hill), 12233 Thirteenth street, Yucaipa, a daughter. Melody Lyn. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Hill, 31370 Mesa drive, and "paternal grandparents arc Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hildebrand of Fisher, Louisiana. DEATHS BURROUGHS — Died in Redlands, California, March 25, 1959 Orville L. Burroughs, 34650 Ave E., Yucaipa, aged 61 years, na tive of III., and resident of Yucaipa for 8 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Hazel Burroughs, Yu caipa, and a daughter, Dorothy Burroughs, South Gate. Funeral services will be held 9 a.m. Saturday at the Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary chapel, Rev. Andrew Young pastor of the Nazarene church, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. GREGORY — Died in Redlands, Calif.. March 24, 1959, Peter James Gregory Jr., 424 Sunnyside, aged 18 years, native of Shelby. Ohio and resident of Redlands for 9 months. Deceased is survived by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter James Gregory Sr., Redlands, also a brother, Thomas Gregory, Redlands. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m. Friday at the University Methodist church, Rev. Ronald Cameron pastor officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary in charge. CARPENTER - Died in Redlands. Calif.. March 24, 1959, Robert Powers Carpenter, 405 West Cypress avenue, aged 29 years, native of Santa Barbara Calif., and resident of Redlands for 11 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Frances Anne Carpenter, his two daughters; Anne Elizabeth and Charlotte Lynn all of Redlands, also his parents Mr. and Mrs. G. D. Carpenter, Santa Barbara. Funeral services will be held 11 a.m., Saturday at the Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary chapel. Rev. J. Wendell Beck pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. Private interment in Hillside cemetery. Special Awards Offered For Redlands Gardens The Redlands Horticultural and Improvement Society will present awards for outstanding merit in various classes of landscaping improvement at its forthcoming annual flower show April 25 and 26. Entries may be made to any member of the Awards Committee prior to the deadline of April 15. Judging will be completed in the three days following, in order that the cited gardens may be added to the itinerary of the annual garden tour. Replacing the "best garden contests of former years, this years competition will result in awards for special merit in various classes as follows: 1. Do It Yourself — best garden less than three years old that has been designed, planted and maintained by the owner and family. 2. Professional — best garden less than three years old that has been designed and planted by a professional and maintained by the owner and family without regular assistance. 3. Established — best maintained garden regardless of age where maintenance is by the owner and family. 4. Block — the best entire block in a newly developed section of the city representing less than five 1 years of growth. The owner of the best individual front yard in the block will receive and hold the award. Owners or friends and neighbors of owners are urged to nominate entries. The awards committee members are Alden E. Davis. PY 3-4157, James Ralston, PY 2-4585, and S. Howard Van Artsdale, PY 2-4552. Home Building In County Up 76.5 Pet. Over 7958 Joseph Waymire Passes Away Funeral services for Joseph A. Waymire, formerly of Redlands. were held this afternoon at Todd Memorial chapel in Pomona. Son of J. H. Waymire, 609 East Central avenue, he was a native of Redlands and was associated in the real estate business in San Bernardino for a number of years before becoming a psychiatric technician at Spadra State hospital near Pomona. His sudden death this week was attributed to an attack of virus pneumonia. In addition to his father, he is survived by his wife, Le; a brother, Howard, San Bernardino; a sister, Margaret Taylor, Elsinore, and a stepson, Norman Dean, San Bernardino. C. of C. Date Change To Avoid Circus Conflict The date of the annual Chamber of Commerce dinner meeting, which this year for the first time will be a dinner-dance affair has been changed from May 9 to May 6 at the Azure Hills Country club. The change was made to accommodate the Redlands Elks lodge and avoid a conflict with the annual Elks circus. Although the circus had been held in recent years in mid-February i n Clock auditorium, this year it will be held May 9 in UR stadium. The annual presentation of the Rudy Bros. Circus this year is schedul cd to be bigger and better than ever. Home building is the current bright spot in San Bernardino County's economy, according to the Security First National Bank monthly summary of business con ditions, with February building permits indicating a fast pace for 1959. During the first two months of this year, building permits were issued in the county for 1,446 fam ily dwelling units, equivalent on a seasonally adjusted basis to 9,200 dwelling units per year, which represent an increase of 16.5 per cent of the actual total for 1958 For Southern California as a whole, however, business activity declined moderately in February, in spite of increased building activity in all but three of the 14 counties in the area. This was revealed by the Security First National Bank Index of business activity, which declined in February for the first time after 10 consecutive months of advances. Declines in kilowatt hours of power used by industry and in d<* partment store sales were only partially offset by moderate gains in most of the other components of the business index. However, the Bank index remained 9.7 per cent above the recession level of a year ago, and higher than any previous month except January. Valuation of building permits issued in San Bernardino County during February totaled $12,378,147, up 19 per cent over January and 62 per cent greater than February 1958. Included in the totals for last month were 774 dwelling unit permits, up 15 per cent from both January of this year and February of last year. A recent Security First Nation al Bank study reveals that the local county, in 1958, ranked 7th among the 14 counties of southern California in dwelling unit permits on a population basis. During 1958 there were 16.7 dwelling units authorized in the county per 1 000 population. This compares to a ratio of 14.7 dwellings per 1,000 population in the southern half of California. Bank debits for the City of San Bernardino continued strong i n Break In Strut Cause Of Fatal Accident A break in one of the struts that connected the six pillars together was given as the probable cause of the collapse of the new water tower framework at Norton Air Force Base Monday which caused the death of Martin Groff, 48, of Inglewood, veteran construction foreman. That was the consensus of witnesses who testified at an official inquiry into the death at the U.S. Engineer's office at Norton. Chief Dep. Coroner Edward P. Doyle presided. The tower was being constructed to support a water tank to boost the pressure to 60 lbs. at the east end of the base, now occupied principally by the 27th Division area. Temple City Firm Low On Camp Bidding Jack Higginson. Temple City, with a bid of S306.100 was the low bidder on the planned forestry conservation camp for the State Division of Forestry near Cedar Springs on the back side of the San Bernardino mountains, the Division of Architecture announced today. This site while on U.S. Forest service property, is being leased to the state and is a former CCC camp. It will be operated jointly by the State forestry and the Department of Corrections inasmuch as prisoners will be housed there, These men will be utilized in forest conservation projects and will also be available to augment fire fighting forces in the fire- hazardous summer months. LILIES AND OTHER PLANTS BEAUTIFULLY DECORATED CALL PYramid 3-1954 BOUQUET FLORIST 300 E. CITRUS AVE. ALSO CORSAGES AND FRESH CUT FLOWERS Free Delivery There's a Cortner Funeral Service For Even the Most Modest Budget. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BR00KSIDE AVE. • PY 2-1411 Citrus Group To Meet Tuesday Harold Lewis, head of the Bureau of Pest Control for Sunkist growers, will be the featured speaker for the March meeting ol the Citrus Discussion Group here reports Dick Puffer, farm advisor. Jack Wiley, chairman of t h e Redlands Citrus Discussion Group, invites all growers to this meet- February. This measurement of| business activity, through the first two months of 1959, reached a level almost 9 per cent' above the comparable 1938 period. As a further indication of the favorable business climate enjoyed locally, department store sales for the San Bernardino-Riverside Metropolitan area were, in February, 13 per cent above the same month last year. Employment figures for the San Bernardino-Riverside Metropolitan Area were not available at press time as such statistics were undergoing revision in accordance with the new Standard Industrial Classifications. A current study by the Research Department of Security First National Bank has revealed that he number of help wanted ads appearing in the major Los Angeles newspapers form a new and very sensitive business indicator. I n the 1957-58 recession, this new index likewise gave ample advance indication of the downturn in business and employment. It is noteworthy that the number of ads index has shown a strong and sustained rise since its February 1958 recession low, advancing for 12 consecutive months. The index has now climbed back a little more than half way to the all-time high recorded in 1956. Redlands Daily Facts Thursday, Mar. 26,1959 -S U.R. Language Students Get Added Lab Time "University of Redlands students taking a foreign language are now allotted more time for laboratory practice than students at any other school in California,' said Dr. William E. Umbach, professor of German at the University. New facilities and longer laboratory periods enable the foreign language department to offer a more extensive laboratory program this year. "Each language student is now required to drill three hours a week in the lan guage lab," said Dr. Umbach. The previous system, requiring two half-hour periods per week, failed to provide sufficient oral drill. "Five new tape recorders have been purchased this year, which enable the student first to record his own pronunciation and then compare it with the pronunciation of the native speaker, Dr. Umbach said. New foreign language tapes of songs, poems, plays and interviews have been purchased, and a small laboratory fee now charged each language student will aid the building of a tape library. ing on citrus pest control Tuesday at 7:30 p.m at the School Administration Office, corner o f Lugonia avenue and Orange street. Mr. Lewis has a very wide experience in the citrus pest con-| trol field and will discuss the various insects and methods of recommended control for them at this meeting, Mr. Puffer says. Ray Schneider, chief deputy agricultural commissioner for San Ber-| nardino County, will also be on the program to give the latest news on any insect buildup in the area. Easter Sunrise Services In Southland Sunday On Easter morning the sun it officially scheduled to rise In Redlands at 5:40 a.m. When Old Sol peeps over the Eastern horizon, he will be certain that Easter has come again. All over the Southland, sunrise services are scheduled to begin the day commemorating Christ*, rising from the tomb, and tho promise of the redemption of man. Here in Redlands, services are scheduled for 6 a.m. on the steps of the Administration Building at the University of Redlands. The Mentone churches will unite for services at dawn at Mentone School. The Yucaipa Ministerial Association announced a sunrise service program on Flag Hill at the extreme eastern end of Yucaipa boulevard at 6 a.m. Traditional ceremonies will be carried out on Mount Rubidoux in Riverside, the site where the inspiring custom of Easter dawn worship on outdoor vantage points began in 1909. In Beaumont, ceremonies win be held in the Bogart Bowl, In a canyon above blossoming orchards of .cherry, almond and peach. In the Hollywood Bowl, a mass of 75,000 calla lilies will provide a beautiful setting for orchestra, soloist and choruses who win provide special music. A trumpeter win greet the dawn. Tax Collector Busy Here Today Redlands area- residents today kept the county tax collector busy paying one of the two things supposedly sure in this life. Although G. Leon Gregory, and his deputy, Louis Stroble, were consistently occupied throughout the day, lines never exceeded about 15 persons. This was the only day Mr. Gregory was to be in Redlands to accept second installments of the city-county-school tax which becomes delinquent April 10. Your Hi-Fi HEADQUARTERS NOW OPEN •TIL 9:00 FRIDAY NIGHTS Everything In Hi-FI, Sterto & Monurat REDLANDS AUDIO VISUAL Salts A Service 10 W. CITRUS PY 3-2117 EMMERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL WARD, A. B. 10 a.m. Thursday (today) Yucaipa Chapel SCHMIDT, Reidar 2 p.m. Thursday (today) Valley Chapel GREGORY, Peter James, Jr. 11 a.m Friday University Methodist Church Redlands Chapel in charge CARPENTER, Robert Powers 11 a.m. Saturday Redlands Chapel LEWIS, Mrs. Carrie Remains to be forwarded to Manhattan, Kansas, for Services and Burial BURROUGHS, Orville L. 9 a.m. Saturday Redlands Chapel SAVALA, Mrs. Maria Services Pending Redlands Chapel WTLLES, Mrs. Lorine Lee Services Pending Redlands Chapel Phone PY 2-2422 BROOKSIDE AVE. AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW DAILY FACTS BUILDING WHY BUY A USED CAR! When You Can Buy A . THINK OF THIS . . . 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