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Local Notes\ Eucalyptus Weed For Sale 2 ft. lengths $30. Cord. Saturday delivery; PY 3-4440 or PY- 3-1809. x C. of C. Data Correction The date or the Chamber of Commerce annual dinner-dance is Saturday, May 16. at Azure Kills Country Club at Grand Terrace. Originally it was set for May S and the date was changed to May 16 to avoid a conflict with the Elks Circus. ScoH eO-H. P. Motor New '59 Scott fast outboard motor. New big discount on package deal with your old trade-in. Herman's .Marine, 320 East State. Redlands. x Case Refiled The forgery charge against Richard M. Killian. 46, of Helendale, was dismissed in Redlands court yesterday and was refiled in San Bernardino county courts. Killian was recently arrested on a Redlands warrant for forgery in connection with worthless checks. Easter Flower Special! Jonquels, doz. 50c. Cash and carry. Hockridge Florist. 106 W State. Phone PY 3-1331. Open 'til noon Sunday. x Firemen Called At 1:05 p.m. yesterday Redlands firemen were called to extinguish a small trash fire in the alley at the rear of 18 East Vine street. Smoke ejectors were required to remove smoke from portions of the Fox hotel, Bob's Cleaners, and Snyder's Termite Control. There was no damage. Unitarian Fellowship Meeting March 29, 7:30 p.m., Redlands Federal Savings and Loan Building. 5th and Citrus. Rev. Edward H. Brcnan will speak on the subject "The Man Jesus." x Christian Science TV Program "The Answer to Alcoholism" will be the subject of the Christian Science television program to be given over KABC-TV, Channel 7. Sunday at 1 p.m. x Gregory Funeral Funeral services for Peter James Gregory were held Friday at 11:00 a.m. from University Methodist church. Rev. RonaM Cameron officiated. Pallbearers were Mike Olson. Steve Bugbee. Paul Hodson, Mike Krager, Carl Walton, Don Breyer, Tom Griswold. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park. Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary in charge. would be made through the American Field Service. This agency has already placed 127 students in California high schools, according to Miss Frances Cullen, high school dean of girls. From the students, a sum of S6S0 would be required to underwrite the program. An assembly to explain the proposition to the student body will be held soon. However, some student organizations have already considered the proposal and the Pep club, for one, has pledged $50. Coins Of Bible Exhibited At Smiley Library An exhibit of "Coins of the Bible" now on display in Smiley library has been attracting more than normal attention during Holy Week. These coins are from the collection of coins mentioned in the Bible, gathered by Rev. John Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran church. It will also be shown next week. They are also scheduled to be exhibited this year in the National Orange show. Smog Not Cause Of Lung Cancer LOS ANGELES (UPI) — Smog does not contribute to lung cancer in Southern California, according to Los Angeles Health Officer George M. Uhl. He noted marked increases of death from respiratory diseases in areas of heavy air pollution, particularly London and Donora, Pa. but said: "Studies conducted by the state Department of Health have not proven such an effect in Los An geles." SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad KEEPSAKE DIAMONDS Enablement and Wedding Rings, Interlocking Mounting!. Harry G. Wilson Jeweler PY 34806 212 Orange VAN HEUSEN SHIRTS Jn a wide selection of colon, collar styles and sleeve lengths. Fowler's Men's Wear 107 Orange St. PY 3-5623 Magnificent MA6NAV0X High Fidelity Television. Badlo-Phonographs. Stiver's Music 109 E. State PY 3-2827 Spring Air Mattresses rina furniture. Carpeting. Decorative Service McEwen's 17-21 W. Stat* Dial PY 3-2457 High School Foreign Student Trade Studied Two foreign students would come to Redlands High School for a year, and a Redlands student wouligo abroad during the summer, under a program now being enthusiastically explored by adult and student leaders 'Arrangements for the exchange' Field Service the program must be backed by both an adult committee in the community as well as by student organization at the school. Under the rules of American Field Service the program must! be backed by both an adult com-; mittee in the community as well as by student organization at the school. Wednesday noon, at the board room, the program will be explained to an adult group of about 15 people who have been invited to attend by Miss Cullen. While students from olher| countries have attended Redlands High school in recent years, they Under the rules of American fhave come through family and Dersonal arrangements, rather than through the American Field Service program. Valley Gun Collectors Ass'n. Membership Grows The San Bernardino Valley Gun Collectors Association has grown to such an extent that now with nearly 100 members it has been forced to find a new location for its monthry meetings. The gun collectors have selected the Y.W.C.A. Activities build- ng at 16 East Olive avenue as the new meeting place and the first session will be held there Tuesday night beginning at 7 o'clock. They formerly met at the Rancho Gun club on Orange -treet north of the Santa Ana River wash. Although the collectors' club is only in its third year its popu larity has grown and now it attracts members from as far away is Victorville, Fontana, Pomona, San Gabriel, Palm Springs. Van \ T uys, West Covina and neighboring communities. There are about a dozen collectors in Redlands. In their new meeting hall the gun collectors will have ample room for showing their firearms and other collectors' items on long display tables. Secretary Harold W. Cleveland of Redlands reports that the club has accepted 16 new members since the first of the year, one ofj the reasons for moving to new and larger quarters. Other officers of the club are George Rexroat of Riverside, president: H. M. Shannon of Riverside, vice president. Directors are Frank Rosselot of Pomona and John More of San Bernardino. Varied Interests The members of the association have varied interests, some col- ect firearms of all times going] back to the original firearm—the hand cannon of the Chinese, who originated gun powder. Some specialize in antique fire- Gypsies Take Body Of Prince To New Jersey ELIZABETH. N.J. (UPI)—One hundred gypsies have arrived from California with the body of a clan prince. The gypsy mourners began ga thering Friday from all parts ol the nation to attend the last rites of John White. White, who was 44 years old, died Sunday in Los Angeles. White's father, Joseph, was king of a large gypsy clan until his death in 1930. John White was a coppersmith by trade. He will be buried next to his father Monday in Rosedale Cemetery. Linden. White is survived by his wife, Rose, formerly of Newark and by three sons, three brothers and four sisters. Weather February 28 March 1 March March March March March March March March March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 14 March IS Rainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son 45 . 82 . 81 . 83 . 87 . 81 . 76 . 76 , 78 , 84 . 82 86 . 80 . 87 . 80 . 73 . SO March 16 _ 84 March 17 84 March 18 78 March 19 _ 74 March 20 83 March 21 _ — 82 March 22 72 March 23 « March 24 89 March 25 - 78 Mirrh "S 75 March 27 71 March 28 72 47 45 49 46 42 40 43 43 47 46 45 45 46 52 45 46 49 44 47 48 50 42 51 44 46 42 44 44 TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. arms, others are interested only in western fire arms, military firearms, modern, rifles, guns pistols, revolvers and automatics. Some are specialists in the products of certain manufacturers, others only in hunting pieces or firearms used solely for targets. There are club members that are interested only -in bul lets, cartridges and some collect only swords and edged weapons There are some who like to repair, rebuild or renew fire-] arms, and some like to ready them for shooting on a range. There are several things that the collectors have In common they all like to show their prized items from their collections, they all like to talk about them and they all like to see and hear about those of others. Many like to trade too. Membership in the as sociation, which has always had its headquarters in Redlands. have the opportunity of gathering together once per month to enjoy their hobby to the fullest. The association has just issued its first membership list which in addition to the names of the officers and members in eludes their addresses and col 'ecting specialties. Young Dancer's Father Dies On Eve Of Show NEW YORK (UPD-Sharon Lerit, 13. is scheduled to play the part of Cinderella on the Perry Como television show tonight. Her mother hopes she won't find out |until later that her father has died. . Sharon, a ballet dancer, left her |home at Newark, N.J., this morning for rehearsal in New York, unaware that her father died Friday after a long illness. Her mother, Mrs. Florence Lerit, said she didn't plan to tell jSharon of the tragedy until after the program. , "I'm sure her father would have [wanted her to go through with it,' Mrs. Lerit said. If Sharon were to learn before the show that her father, Sanford, 43, was dead, Mrs. Lerit said, "I have a feeling she'd go on any- jway. "But I don't think she could give the same kind of performance. "I hope she doesn't find out before she gets there." Sharon's father had been ill for 10 years. He had been in Beth (Israel Hospital in Newark for 11 weeks before he died there. Sharon will join her mother at the funeral Sunday. Sharon's role of Cinderella in Como's Easter show was described by a program spokesman as an "important part." A dozen other youngsters of the New York City Ballet School will join her in danc ing the fairy tale. Sharon performed the same role in Como's Easter show last year. That was her only previous professional performance. Mr*. Lerit said. Visit Vandenberg VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. (UPI) —Air Force Secretary James H. Douglas and Chief of state Gen. Thomas D. White ended a two-day "missilel development" conference with other top officials Friday. The Air Force did not release details of the meeting, <but a spokesman said "the discussions were devoted primarily to missile '<4«velopment and allied subjects." PUBLIC AUCTION On Property. Two Story Brick building and residential homes on Thursday, April 2, 1959. To be moved by purchaser. For full information call San Bernardino TUrner 9-8511, Sta. 10 or write Division of Highways, P.O. Box 231, San Bernardino. i TRAINEE — Naval Aviation Cadet Pvt. Buddy L. Dahl, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Dahl. 1201 Bon View drive, Mentone, is undergoing prc-flight training at Pensacola, Fla. The 16-w e e k course covers aviation science, navigation and other military and technical courses to prepare him for duty as a flight officer. Tuesday Last Day To Vote In C. of C. Election Tuesday at 3 p.m. is the dead line for receiving ballots at the Chamber of Commerce office for the election of eight new directors to a three year term. The nominees' are: John R. Beukema, M.D.; Don Figgins, realtor; George Forsberg, realtor: Jerrv Haislip, druggist; Richard Hardy, D.D.S. Larry Hendon, treasurer, U.R.; Lloyd Hulbert, investments; Swen F. Larson, contractor; Ellsworth Miller, D.C. Frank Taylor, service station; Robert Van Roekel, drafting service; Ray Weaver, blue print service. Bailots have been sent by mail to the C. of C. members elcgiblc to vote. The newly elected directors will replace eight whose terms expire. They are: Richard Gearhart. Claud Griffith, William L. Kiley, Alan Levine. William J. Locklin. Arnold R. Lovick. William E. Preston, and D. J. Stewart. Directors whose terms expire in 1960 are: Donald Achcson, Dean Garvey, Lee Allen, Roy Handeley. William H. Johnson, Mark F. Nielsen, J. W. Sheehan and Alice K. Thomerson. Directors whose terms expire in 1961 are: M. Glenn Adams. John C. Ferrall, Louis Fletcher, LeRoy Hansbcrger. William T. Hartzell. Everitt Helms, Leslie O. Sherman and Reuben Williams. Armand Second In Competition Roy Gilman of Indio won first and Armand of Redlands won second in the monthly portrait .print competition of the Professional Photographers Association [of the Inland Empire meet held recently in Redlands in the studio .of Armand Lajeunesse, who was |the group's first president. Vincent Thomas, technical representative of Eastman's San .Francisco office spoke on "Color |Portraiture" and gave a demon stration of lighting, color printing and showed a series of typical color prints. Next meeting will be April 15 in San Bernardino and installation will be May 23 in Pomona. Northside Park To Be Improved Rejuvenation of a recreational area on the northside "is expected to be under way next month, according to Park Superintendent Charles E. Dawson. Lugonia Park, located on the south side of Lugonia between Clay and Washington, will soon have lights over what used to be the tennis courts. Under the lights will be a volley ball court and probably a badminton court, according to Mr. Dawson. He expects to have Uie electrical work started in April so that the recreational facilities will be ready for use when the warm evenings arrive. Around World In Outboard Boat , SAN PEDRO (UPI)-Adventurer John N. Bremer today chugged .along the Southern California |coast on.the first leg of a round- the-world trip in an 18-foot outboard motorboat. Bremer, 35, said he expected the trip to take 10 months. He plans to go up the coast, around the .Alaskan peninsula, down the cast coast, through the Panama Canal land back to.Los Angeles Harbor. His wife, Harriet. 25. will join .him in the boat when he reaches |San Francisco next week. - WILLIAM C. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (exrept Sunday at Facta building. 700 Brook- ude at Center. Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1390, ftvth tear. I Entered as second class matter October 23. 1890. at tha Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES fin Advance! Oae Mania f Three Heaths ________ 3.6* Six Mentha J.l* Oae Vear _ 14.0* Pleas Entered In Local Court Cases Glenn A. Stroh, 22. 306 Hartzell avenue, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of violating the city's drunk ordinance, but not guilty to' several other charges and asked jury trials when he appeared in Redlands judicial district court yesterday. Stroh was arrested Wednesday night after a minor traffic collision at Citrus avenue in the vicinity of the parking lot at Orange street. Later at the police station during his sobriety tests, Stroh was alleged to have struck three officers and Vr. C. T. Halburg the examining physician. The charges for which he en tered pleas of not guilty were the four counts of battery and three traffic violations, including drunk driving. He was released on posting $525 bail. Trial was set for May 5 when he will also be sen tenced on the drunk charge for which he admitted his guilt. In other court cases yesterday Robert D. Lines, 20. 24 West Hilton avenue, was found guilty of carry ing concealed weapons in a car. Judge Benjamin Alexander withheld pronouncement of sentencing until April 10. Lines had been arrested by police when they said they found a revolver, brass knuckles, and bullets in the car after stopping it to investigate its excessive noise. Lonzo D. House of San Bernardino had been charged with the burglary of a building on West Pioneer avenue, but the crfcrge was reduced to petty theft of a gun to which he entered a plea of guilty He is also to be sentenced April 10. A 20 year-old Redlands woman entered a plea of guilty to shoplifting. When the judge asked her if she had been in trouble before she replied that she had shoplifted many times but that this was the first time she was ever caught He sentenced her to pay a $50 fine and to serve 60 days in jail. The jail sentence was suspended, and she was placed on probation for a period of two years. School Menus For Next Week With the resuming of classes in the public schools next week after the full week of Easter vacation the cafeterias will be open again for the regular noon meals. Monday — Spaghetti with meat, deviled green beans. French bread, citrus fruit cup and milk. Tuesday—Enchilada with cheese, beans, cole slaw, half toasted bun, fruit and milk. Wednesday — Escalloped turkey supreme, buttered peas, fruit and cottage cheese, whole wheat muffin and milk. Thursday — Hamburger, potato salad, stewed tomatoes, apple goodie and milk. , Friday—Creamed tuna, mashed potatoes, spinach with hard-cooked egg. carrot and celery sticks, vanilla ice cream cup, 100 per cent whole wheat bread and milk. The sack lunch menu for Cram, Kimberly and Smiley schools is as follows: Monday—I lot dog with spread, pork and beans, pickled beets, fruit and milk. Tuesday—Bologna sandwich, cole slaw with hard-cooked egg, potato chips, fruit and milk. Wednesday — Turkey sandwich, green salad, fruit and cottage cheese, and milk. Thursday — Hamburger, potato salad, carrot sticks, apple goodie and milk. Friday—Egg sandwich with lettuce, carrot and celery salad, fruit- cookie, vanilla Ice cream cup and milk. Anti-Duping Bill Signed SACRAMENTO < UPI 1 —Gov. Edmund G. Brown has signed into law a bill to prohibit political candidates from duping the voters. The bill, signed' into law Friday would authorize any member of a state or county central committee to seek an injunction in Superior Court against any misrepresentation by candidates. The measure would prevent a candidate, either orally or in campaign material, from falsely 'ising the name of a political party which he is not affiliated with by using the words "county committee," "central committee" or "county." A blanket prohibition is carried in the measure against use of any term that might mislead voters into believing a candidate has support of an opposing party when such is not the case. Candidates would be allowed to represent support of a committee or group of voters affiliated with an opposing party if his own name is used in the name of the committee or group. Police Rescue Postman When Pants Part Company In their rounds Redlands police are confronted with all types of problems which they are forced to solve. Some of these problems can be handled at the officer's leisure but others, being of an emergency nature, require prompt action. So—the other day when a mail carrier dropped a small bundle of mail, he stooped over to pick it up. In so doing the seam in the trousers of his uniform split —not a little split but completely This was an emergency. The police responded, transported the mailman home, waited until be changed into the trousers of his spare uniform and returned bim to the place on his route where the accident had temporarily interrupted the delivery of the U.S. Mails. The police are suggesting that the famous mail carrier slogan be updated to include the "parting of the seams." Oh yes, the slogan — "Neither snow, nor rain, nor heat, nor gloom of night, stays these cour- riers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds." — Herodotus, fifth century B.C. Date Palms Are Blushing, They're Losing Skirts Date palms in Redlands are blushing. They're losing their skirts. . Now at work on Palm avenue— a logical place to start work on palm trees—is the city's new Hi- Ranger aerial platform along with the special truck and frond loading gear. Although the park department had anticipated doing about 1520 palms per day, Charles E. Dawson, park superintendent, reported yesterday that the growth is so heavy on the skirts that | only about 7-8 of these particular trees can be done in a day. Two truck loads of fronds are hauled from each tree. Mr. Dawson explained that he is scheduling the palm tree trimming program in a systematic way in order to take the worst areas first. Palm avenue was one of the worst. Once Palm is completed, he expects to move on to Highland avenue. He noted that there are approximately 2500 date palms in the city today with most of them south of Highway 99. His second street tree crew'is now busily engaged in pulling old, diseased, decayed and hazardous trees. Mr. Dawson said in eluded on this crew's list are trees which have been placed on a work list over a two-year period throughout the city. Several peppers on Brookside avenue are among those marked for removal because of their hazard. Kids Take Over Capitol In 'Holy Terror Week' SACRAMENTO (UPI)— Virtual ly every lawmaker in the capitol had a son or daughter on bis office staff this week, and not a whisper was heard. The relatives, ranging in age from 2 to 16, worked here during the legislature's annual "Kids Week" or, as some called it, "Holy Terror Week." They studied floor debate, folded envelopes, and darted in and out of elevators running errands. The youngsters worked for peanuts — a reward their politician parents devised to get them, oc casionally, out on the capitol park lawn to feed the squirrels. Inside, the pint-sized pages — many of them were mere paragraphs—showed great initiative. The five youngsters of Assemblyman Jesse M. Unruh <D - Los Angeles), for instance, developed a filing system all their own. The Unruh children decided their father should guard more carefully the budget papers he handles as chairman of the Assembly Ways and Means Committee. They put his filecase keys into the committee filing cabinet and slammed the door shut. Gov. Edmund G. Brown's tax program stopped for five hours until a locksmith arrived. A 3-year-old girl, clearly distressed by the tone an assembly debate was taking, broke into tears and was brought to an adjoining office. There she indicated her sentiments by drawing them on the office wall with crayon, Ricky Meade, the 8-year - old son of Lt. Gov. Glenn Anderson's private secretary, got lost from view twice when he chased after WINS HOLSTEIN CROWN BRATTLEBORO. Vt. (UPD— Mary Ann Frautschy, 20, of Monroe, Wis.. Friday was named national junior champion Holstein girl. She won the title from 23 other state champions. Vital Records BIRTHS LOOTERS—Born, March 7, 1959,1 in Elbert Lea, Minnesota, to) Mr. and Mrs. Peter Louters, a' daughter. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Porte, 1060 East Central street Redlands. ARMACOST — Born. March 27, 1959, in Methodist hospital, Minneapolis, Minnesota, to Mr. and Mrs. Peter Armacost, a daughter, Martha Hayden Arma-| cost. Paternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. George H. Arma cost, 325 Grove street, Red lands. DEATHS BROWN — Died in Glendora, Calif., March 27, 1959, Mrs. Nancy E. Brown, 220 South Vermont, Glendora, aged 85 years, native of, Emery, Texas, and resident of Glendora for nine months. Former resident of Mqntone and Redlands. Deceased is survived by her daughters: Mrs. Julian Duncan, [Glendora, and Mrs. Tempie Baysinger, Mentone. Also six grandchildren, 11 great-grandchildren and nine great - great - grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Monday, 2:00 p.m., at Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary chapel. |Rev. C. A. Light and Rev. Truman Duncan, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. -Mattress and Upholstery Needs & Repairs — BANNER Mattress & Upholstery 122 Caion PY 34151 CITRUS TOPPING and HEDGING CLYDE O. LEYDIG P. 0. BOX 276, EXETER PHONE 534 In Redlands Early Next Week CALL LEWIS CONDON AT LA POSADA HOTEL troops of brownie girl scouts on conducted tours. Tony Beard, the assembly's chief sergeant-at-arms. estimated that 2,600 schoolchildren toured the marble halls this week. An amiable man. Beard said he enjoyed being "a baby sitter, more or less" to these groups and the 350 youthful helpers on duty all week. "It's a wonderful deal for the kids," Beard said. "It's really a treat and an education for them." An aide pointed out that none of the youngsters had raised the roof as deafeningly as the prankster who nearly every Friday sets off firecrackers beneath the capitol dome. According to unverified rumor, that's the work of a senior state senator. Joan Caulfield Suffers Cut In Auto Accident INDIO. Calif. (UPD—Actress Joan Caulfield today was recovering from plastic surgery to repair a cut on the inside of her mouth that she suffered in a head-on auto accident. Attendants at Casita Hospital said Dr. B. Gene Morris performed the minor operation, on the 36-year-old actress Friday night. He described the cut as "minor. Two other persons received slight injuries in the collision on State Highway ill just outside the city limits of Palm Desert, a desert resort city. Redlands Daily Facts Sitirdjy, Mar. 28,1W-3 Barstow Freeway Link To Be Opened Monday It is anticipated that the Barstow Freeway (U.S. Highway 6691-395) between 27th street in the City of San Bernardino and 1.4 miles north of Devore will be opened to traffic Monday, March 30. 1959, Clyde V. Kane, District Engineer at Stats Division of Highways in San Bernardino, announced. Northbound traffic desiring to enter tbe Freeway from the existing highway (Caion boulevard) will enter just north of Highland avenue by way of an interchange which leads to the 27th street onramp for northbound freeway traffic. Southbound freeway traffic may leave the Frpeway at the 27th street off-ramp and continue south on U.S. Hishway 66-91-395 (Caion boulevard) or west on State Sign Route 30 (Highland avenue). In addition to 27th street, off and on-ramps to the Freeway are provided at State Street (formerly Devil Canyon road), Palm avenue and Main street in the community of Devore. The contractor for this 8.4 miles portion of the Federal System of Defense and Interstate Highways was Matich, Sundt & Bevanda of Cotton, California. Kent Stone represented the State as Resident Engineer on the job. Barring adverse weather conditions, the most northerly portion of the San Bernardino Freeway between Fourth street and 27th street in the City of San Bernardino will be opened to traffic early this fall. When this highway is put in use. a multilane divided highway will extend from Barstow to Los Angeles, a distance of approximately 125 miles. Lions View Dr. Hulburg's Holy Land Film Dr. C. T. Halburg presented an appropriate program at the Lions' club following the weekly luncheon at Wiilard's cafe yesterday noon, in the form of a sound and color movie of the Holy Land. He provided the background for the film through his own organ music and narration. Scenes of Bethlehem and Jerusalem as they appear today were the high lights of the film. It also included scenes from Egypt, Jordan, Syria and Lebanon. All of the film scenes were taken by Dr. Halburg in 1955 when he and Mrs. Halburg and their daughter, Pat,, were on a world tour. Job Total In California Hits Record High SAN FANCISCO (UPD-Total employment in California, ad' justed on a seasonal basis, hit a record high in February, according to a state Chamber of Commerce report. The report, prepared by Edward R. Valentine and issued Friday said that February employment was 5,600,000, 3 per cent higher than February of 1958 and .02 per cent over last month. "Adjusted for seasonal variation manufacturing employment was up two-tenths per cent in Febru ary from the preceding month, the tenth month of successive rise,'* it said. At the same time, the report said unemployment for the month was 348.000. or 6.4 per cent of the labor force. This total was 65.000 lower than in February of last year. Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. MINNIE F. SUMNER Services 11:00 a.m., Saturday, from the Chapel. f.MTHUR C0RTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. • PY 2-1411 About People Tom Fox, president of tht Redlands High school student body and AU-CBL basketball player, has recuperated sufficiently from a' neck injury to be released today from Redlands Community hospital. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. James Fox. Crestview road. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Mar. 28 lUPIl—Egfsi Wholesale un candled to producer traded for size 40 per cen*. trade AA large 3 «H -37. AA roediuii 33 H. AA small unquoted. Candled to retailers f.o.b. distributor plants delivered 1H cents higher: AA extra larfe 43^-4SVi. A extra Urn 41W-43-4. AA large 37H-40<4. A Una 32M,-33'i. B large 23H-30ii. AA me- ' dlum 321,-3!Mi. A medium 29'i-31"i, AA small m ,-30'i. A small 24*4 -2e »j. Prices to ronsumers in cartons: Crade AA large 39-59. A large 37-55, AA medium 33-55, A medium 37-51, AA small 29-49. A small 34-43. Poultry: Fryers at ranch 17 ^-lf, raponettes fryers at ranch 22-25. light type hens 8-10. hens cross 11-12. EMMERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL BURROUGHS. Orville L. 9:00 a.m. Saturday (today) Redlands Chapel CARPENTER, Robert Powers 10:00 a.m. Saturday (today) Redlands Chapel LEWIS, Mrs. Carrie Remains to be forwarded to Manhattan, Kansas, for Services and Burial SAVALA, Mrs. Maria F. O. Prayer Service, 8:00 p.m. Sunday Funeral Service, 10:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel BJOWN, Mrs. Nancy E. 2:00 p.m. Monday Redlands Chapel WILES, Mrs. Lorine Lee 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel WALLIS, Infant Liane Sue Services Pending Valley Chapel Phone PY 2-2422 BROOKSIDE AVE. AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW : DAILY FACTS BUILDING :

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