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Local Notesi Luscious Navel Oranges and sweet desert grapefruit for sale. Redlands Foothill Groves, x Hurt In Accident ! Mrs. Idriss F. Cliapman. 69 12710 South Third street. Yucaipa.] suffered medium injuries Satur- ( day morning when the car i n which she was riding, driven by her husband Neil F. Chapman. 70. was forced off the road to avoid a head on collision with a truck on Fifth street south of Avenue F in Yucaipa. according to the California Highway Patrol. Shades, With Freshness and charm. We have them for lamps. Home Furniture Co., 515 Orange. x New Home on Eureka 0. \V. Danielson of Huntington Park has been issued a S17.200 building permit for a new home at 738 Eureka street to be con structed by Russ Skyberg of Yucaipa. It will have six rooms and garage with 1709 square feet. Just Received fresh supply new crop pecans Special for Tuesday and Wednes day individual pecan roll and in dividual pecan- pies. Mrs. Ebert"? Bake Shop, 426 E. State. Phone FY' 3-5605. x Marcellas Candies, 4 Orange Change of hours, April 1. 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. x U.R. Fund Campaign Now Totals $780761 The University of Redlands Golden Anniversary Fund campaign today reached a total of $780,761 along the labor-laden path to a million dollars this year. Allhough the million dollar goal was established for the entire year, Dr. Gilbert L. Brown, Jr., administrative assistant to the president and campaign coordinator, stated that "we hope to be able to announce the attain ment of our goal by June. The total today reflects more than three-fourths of the goal al ready reached during the first three months of the campaign The fund - raising effort was launched in Rediands in January and the successful local campaign has been the incentive for other areas. The Redlands total is now $166,027 but Dr. Brown stated that it is expected to reach at least $170,000 before the final curtain is diawn. Other area campaigns already concluded arc GIcndale-Burbank. $16,351: San Bernardino, $20,160: Los Angeles, $96,871: Long Beach, $40,029, and Blythe. $300. The campaign in San Diego hasf"™'-' *' ,„ netted $10,088 and in Bakcrsfield' 1909 - For ,he past 40 $4,065 bat neither is yet complete In addition to these area campaigns, the Anniversary total si-'. so includes $197,500 pledged by the Christian Higher Education Challenge fund of the American Baptist Convention: $80,000 from ndividual Baptist churches over a three - year period: $75,000 Edith Bates, Resident Here 50 Years, Dies Miss Edith Bates, 90. a resident of Redlands for a half century, died at her home. 702 Center street. last night after a lingering illness. Miss Bates and her mother, the late Mrs. Helen Bates, had been FRED WARNER NEAL Forum To Hear Of Communist Tactics "Communist Tactics and Strate gy" will be the topic for the Community Forum when Fred Probe Fight Redlands police are investigating the report of a fight in which two unknown men assaulted a man identified as William Crov- der. 31, 159 Coloma street. Loma Linda. Crowder was picked up by Royal ambulance at 10:25 p.m Sunday night at the Greyhound bus station and was taken to the San Bernardino county hospital with cuts and bruises about the face. ! Adult Classes Resume Classes in the Redlands Schools. Division of Adult Education, resume tonight on the regular schedule, according to Jack Binkley. coordinator. Stolen Car Found A car. stolen Saturday nigh*, from Rev. Gerald C. Churchill 700 Alvarado street, was recovered shortly after midnight last night by Redlands police. The car was found by Sgt. William Weatherman on Pennsylvania avenue between Clay and Texas' streets while he was on routine patrol. Probe Damage Redlands police today are investigating the damage caused at Redlands High School when van dais broke II windows 12 x 36 inches by hurling bricks and grape iruit through them. Carpenter Funeral Funeral services for Robert Powers Carpenter were held Saturday at 11:00 a.m. from Emmcr- son's Redlands chape!. Rev. J. Wendell Beck, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiated. Pallbearers were James Fleming., Kenneth Hendricks. Louis Daniel-i series of Coke machine burglaries son. Richard Wilkerson, Jacksoniin the Mentone and Yucaipa areas O. Law Jr.. Robert B. Holmes h ' through the Independent Colleges of Southern California: $50,000! from industry and $20,000 from alumni giving not a specific part of the anniversary campaign Additional Efforts Additional fund - raising efforts are slated for Culver City and Santa Monica, April 9; Colton and Bloomington. April 11: Riverside April 13: Hawaii, April IS: Ana heim, April 21; Pasadena. April 24. Palm Springs. May 4: Whittier. May 7: Yisalia. May 13: San Francisco-Oakland. May 14: Fresno. May 18, and Ontario-Pomona. May 25. Yet to be scheduled are planned campaigns in the Ventura-Santa Barbara area and the Imperial Valley. The Golden Anniversary f~u n d drive was initiated in commemora tion of the founding of the university 50 years ago and has as- its most immediate objective an increase in endowment to provide better faculty salaries. The ultimate goal of $8 million over the next 10 years would double the present endowment to aid student scholarship funds and pro- xide additional buildings and equipment to keep pace with the increasing demand for educational facilities. winter visitors to Redlands for Warner Neal speaks in the Uni many years but moved here ink-ersity of Redlands Chapel Wed years she riesday at 7:30 p.m. had occupied the home at the Dr. N'eal's report will include corner of Clifton avenue and Cen- the latest concerning the Berlin tw of ter streets where she had and a half acres of citrus. She had been a native of Phil adclphia. Miss Bates was a member Trinity Episcopal church. She leaves a cousin, Mrs. H.W Mitchel!, Columbus, Ohio. Memorial services will be held Wednesday at 3 p.m. in the Cortner chapel with the Rev. John DeBocr Cummings officiating. Interment will be at Laurel Hill cemetery in Philadelphia. She had requested that flowers be omit ted. Vital Records Sheriff's Men Investigate Burglaries Sheriff's officers are probing a Burial was at Hillside cemetery Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary in charge. Navy Plane In Crash Landing OCEANSIDE (UPIi-Four naval! fliers escaped injury Sunday night when they crash-landed a twin- engine S2F-1 Grumman tracker plane^ in an open field five miles east of here. The pilot. Lt. Gary A. McMahill. said the craft was on a fligir from San Diego Naval Air Station. He declined to discuss what caused the trouble. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market' through Classified Ads. over the weekend. Of the five machines involved about $20 was taken from one and less than $5 from the other three, the fifth was damaged but resisted the burglars' attempts to open it. The officers said the machines were at the following stations: Bud Clewett, 18!! Mentone boulevard. Mentone. (Damaged only); William Douglas Service !i59 Mentone boulevard, Mentone. Tern- Texaco. 1702 Mentone boulevard. Mentone: Jacks Summit Service. 13720 Caiimesa boulevard. Calimesa, and Bud's Texaco. 35207 Yucaipa boulevard. Yucaipa. The officers said that the burglaries occurred between 2:30 and 7 O'clock Sunday morning. They said three similar burglaries occurred on the night of March 20 Weather February 23 March " March March 3 March 4 March s March 6 March 7 March 8 March S March 10 March 11 March J2 March 13 March 14 March 15 March IS . 82 . 81 . 83 . 87 . 81 . 76 . 76 . 73 . 84 . 82 . 86 . 80 . 87 . 80 . 73 . 80 . C4 March 17 _ _ 84 March 18 79 March 19 74 March 20 85 March 21 _._ R2 March 22 72 March 23 66 March 24 _ 69 March 25 _ 73 March 26 - 75 March 27 71 March 28 77 March 29 73 March 30 62 Rainfall Temp. 24 Hours 45 47 45 49 46 42 40 43 43 47 40 45 43 4« 52 45 46 49 44 47 43 50 42 31 44 45 42 44 41 41 47 Season Rentals, Too! SERRS Movie Star Leaves Purse At Taco Tia Dana Wynter. movie and TV star, expressed her thanks to the Redlands police for their prompt action Saturday in recovering her purse containing $7,500 worth of jewelry and personal property. Miss Wynter discovered after leaving Redlands on her way to Palm Springs that she had left her purse in the rcstroom at the Taco Tia. She telephoned the Redlands police and Patrolman Fred Duncan found the purse right where the pretty star said that she had left it. When informed of the recovery of her valuables Miss Wynter was overjoyed and sent her chauffeur to pick up the purse. It contained — a diamond riny with leaf cluster of 25 stones, $6.000, a $900 platinum compact, gold lipstick case, gold mirror, $100 check, $4.27 in cash. Gold watch with charm chain $200, gold make-up kit and miscellaneous personal items. BIRTHS WILLIAMS — Born, in Redlands Calif., March 30. 1959, at Red lands Community hospital, to .Mr. and Mrs. James T. Williams. 12258 Fourteenth street Yucaipa, a son. LANDIN — Born, in Redlands Calif.. March 29. 1959. to Mr. and Mrs. Francisco Landin. 1011 Glen Court, a son. Enrique. TAFOLLA — Born, in Redlands, Calif., March 26, 1959, at Red lands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Bernardino Tafol la, 25484 Wallace Court, San Bernardino, a son. GORDON" — Born, in Redlands. Calif., March 26. 1959, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Gordon. 34868 Date street, Y'ucaipa, a son. JACKSON — Born, in Redlands. Calif., March 28, 1959. at Red lands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. John Jackson, 321 ' Bond street, a daughter. HARRIS — Born, in Redlands. Calif., March 28. 1959. at Red lands Community hospital, to Mr. and .Mrs. Roy Harris, 12234 Sixth street, Y'ucaipa, a son. KING—Born, in Redlands, Calif- March 29. 1959. at Redlands Communitv hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Carl King. Rt. 2, Box 597. Redlands, a son. CRAIN—Born, in Redlands. Calif., March 29. 1959, at Red lands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Crain 12276 Eighth street, Y'ucaipa, a son. LILES—Bern, in Redlands, Calif. March 30, 1959. at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lilcs, 1706 Clay street, a son. GRIFFITHS — Born, in Redlands. Calif.. March 30. 1959, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Griffiths. 34759 Pecan avenue, Y'ucaipa, a son. crisis. Neal is a political scientist and expert on international politics. He has specialized in a study on the Soviet Union and the Iron Curtain Slavic nations. He speaks the Russian and Slavic languages.! He was a scholar in Prague in 1949 and was one of the last Americans behind the Iron Curtain. He was also arrested in Budapest in 1949 and during the Slansky trials in Czechoslovakia in 1952. After Neal arrived safe ly in the U.S. the Communists accused him of being a "western imperialist spy and saboteur." Dr. Neal spent the summer of 1958 in the Iron Curtain coun tries, including Russia. New York Stocks NEW YORK <L'PI'-The stock market couldn't get started after its long weekend today despite a long list of favorable news items The market opened mixed but moved lower during the day. Individual losses ran past 2 points in the list. A feature of the day was H. L. Green Co., trading in which was delayed almost 4'j hours by the New York Stock Exchange. The stock finally appeared at 33, down '« from Thursday's close. The company is investigating the loss of three million dollars in the accounts of its Olen division. Steels were weak as a group. National lost 2 points at its low and Lukcns was off more than a point after ruling firm earlier in the session. U. S. Steel and Bethlehem were down fractionally. Oils were mixed. Grumman firmed in the aircrafts on news it had received a huge Navy contract for development of an at -J tack fighter, "but Boeing lost rnorojf than a point. Realtors Attend Conference In San Bernardino Thirty-eight relators are attending the all-day real estate educational conference being held today at the Orange show in San Bernardino under the sponsorship of the Redlands Board of Realtors and (he California Real Estate association, according to Don Figgins, president of the board. A number of real estate specialists are scheduled to address the conference. Frederick J. Bashaw of Palm Beach, Fla., who enjoys a nationwide reputation as a real estate lecturer, will be the featured speaker. "Bashaw has had oxer 25 years' experience in real estate practice covering all phases of the business, including brokerage, property management, mort gage finance and appraising," said Mr. Figgins. Bashaw's subject will be on the theme of the conference, "Knowledge Makes the Difference." Speaking on "Planning Plus Action Equals Success" is another prominent speaker. Charles Simmons of San Mateo. Simmons is president of the Simmons institute which conducts classes throughout the nation in human relations and leadership. Mr. Simmons enjoys the reputation of being one of the most dynamic speakers in the na tion. One of the most important subjects of the day will be "Think Financing." Because of the ever- changing money market, it is now- necessary for the realtor to develop private and institutional financing in order for him to com plete many of his sales. Another timely subject will be on real estate contracts which will emphasize perfected contract wording that offers complete protection of interests for both buyer and seller in all transactions. There will be 13 of these all-day sessions being held this spring in eiery section of the state under the sponsorship of local real estate boards and the California Real Estate association. "Over 10.000 realtors and their associates will be attending these IS conferences throughout California to acquire more specialized knowledge in order to render a higher degree of professional service to the public in the buying and selling of real estate," said Mr. Figgins. 80/ Accidentally Shot In Arm By His Uncle An 11 -year-old Maywood boy suffered a gunshot wound in the right arm yesterday in a shooting accident in which his uncle thought the gun was unloaded at Camp Killkare near Igo's east of Redlands on the Mill Creek Canyon road. After receiving emergency treatment from a Redlands physician, Dennis Backen was taken by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William S. Volk of Maywood, to their family physician. According to Deputy Sheriff Willard Farquahar, who investigat ed the shooting, the accident, which marred the Easter day outing of three carloads of relatives occurred as they were finishing the picnic and preparing to return home. He said that. Leonard Bjergo of Whittier, the uncle was unload­ ing the .22 repeater rifle which they had been using to shoot at tin cans, while Dennis was stooped over picking up the cartridges from the ground as they fell from the rifle. Bjergo, thinking the gun was empty, pulled the trigger. The sin gle remaining cartridge fired shooting the full charge of bird shot into the right forearm of Dennis. The tiny pepper size bird shot penetrated Dennis' arm over an area about one-inch in diameter Due to the fact that his arm was only about 18 inches from the muzzle of the rifle he also suffered powder burns. The accident occurred around 3 p.m. Deputy Farquahar said. Local gun dealers estimated that there were 100 or more bird shot in the load which penetrated the boy's arm. About People Dennis C. Nibtack, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Niblack of 1712 Mentone boulevard, Mentone. graduated from recruit training March 13 at the Naval Training Center. San Diego. The gradu ation exercises, marking the end of nine weeks of "boot camp," included a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian dignitaries. John O. Off, interior communications electrician second class. I'S.V, son of Mr. and .Mrs. W. F. Ott of 335 Fourth street, is serving aboard the attack aircraft carrier USS Oriskany which was recommissioncd March 7 at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard San Francisco. The Oriskany has been in the shipyard for the past two years undergoing extensive alterations and modernization. Mrs. Heron Of Crystal Springs Dies At 89 Mrs. Mary Ellen Heron, 89. 3 resident of Crystal Springs southeast of Redlands. died this morning after an illness of only a few days. Born November 18, 1869 near MmoiKe-'itf-Lanark county, Ontario, Canada. Mrs. Heron came to the Redlands area in 1899. Mar- Plane Crashes In Field VAX NUYS (UPI) — Four persons, including three children, escaped serious injury Sunday when their blue-and-white Tri - pacer plane crashed in a field near a busy intersection. Police said the plane came in low over the intersection of Devonshire Street and Havenhurst Avenue, tore out several power lines and flipped on its back in a field. Pilot Bill R. Lee. 31. Downey told police he was out of gas and attempting to lend at the San Fernando Valley Airport when the wx-ident occurred. The passengers were identified as Lee's son. David. 11: and Mar- lenc, 5, and Shirley Wells, 8, Nor walk. Zenith lost mere than 2 in the. . , _ ,, , , . electronics, but Litton added morel rled l ° gorse D. Heron, they had than a point and Mavtag morel two children, a son, Avalon 1 Her- fj, an 3 on, and a daughter, Lola Heron, Firestone lost around 3 in thc; bo , th of Redlands WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK £. JIOORC Ed/tor. Published every evening (except Sunday at Facts bulldlnf. 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1690. 69th jcar. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION BATES (In Advance* One Mania S I.St Tarre Monlbt J.Mi Sis Months l ;.!» One Year !«.»• 2M E. State PY 2-3»3» You'll Find a Ready Market Thru Fast-Acting Facts Classified Ads DEATHS BATES — Died in Redlands, California. March 29. 1959, Miss Edith Bates. 702 Center street, aged 90 years, native of Pennsylvania and resident of Redlands for 50 years. Memorial services will be held Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. John de Boer Cummings pastor of Trinity Episcopal church, officiating. It was Miss Bates request that flowers be omitted. WARD — Died in San Bernardino, California, March 28, 1959. Mrs. Cora Estelle Ward. Rt. 1 Box 522. Redlands. aged 73. years, native of Texas and resident of Redlands for 10 years. Deceased is survived by her daughter: Mrs. Camillc Ward. Honolulu, a granddaughter; Mrs. Rose Grisamore, Redlands; one grandson. Robert H. Smith. Ft. Riley. Kansas and six great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary chapel. Rev. John dcBoer Cummings, pastor of the Trinity Episcopal church officiating. Interment in Hillside cemetery-ENT — Died in Yucaipa, Cali fornia. March 28. 1959, Rheba C.j Ent, Sergeantsville New Jersey aged 75 years, native of New- Jersey and visiting in Y'ucaipa for 3 weeks. Deceased is survived by her three daughters: Ruth and Eliza bcth Ent, Sergeantsville, and Margaret Hunt. Trenton, N. J., and the following brothers. H. R. Crum, Yucaipa, Richard Crum. Santa Monica, Grover Crum, Trenton N. J., and two grandchildren. Funeral services will be held in Sergeantsville, N. J. Remains forwarded by Emmerson's Yu caipa Mortuary. tires. Philadelphia & Reading more than 5 in the coals. Dow-Jones final stock averages 30 industrials 602.65. off 3.93: 2 railroads 159.10. off 0.64: 15 utilities 93.46, off 0.34, and 65 stocks 27.81. off 1.13. Sales today were about 2.940,000 shales compared with 2,90,000 shares Thursday. Dow-Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chvs 30 inds 608.64 600.98 602.65 off 3.93 20 rrs 160.50 158.18 159.10 off 0.64 15 utils 94.12 93.17 93.46 off 0.34 testks 209.71 207.08 207.81 Off 1.13 In addition to her two children. Mrs. Heron leaves two sisters. Mrs. Myra Mitchell of Grenfell, Saskatchewan, Canada, and Mrs. Ida Boyle of Waterbird, Ontario, Canada. Funerl services are being arranged with the F. Arthur Cort ner Funeral chapel in Redlands Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGEt.ES. Mar. 30 <UPI>—Ecfs: Who)e«»le uncandled to producer graded for size 40 per cent frade AA ; large unouoted. A A medium unquoted, AA small unquoted. Cant'Jed to retailers f.o.b. distributor pUnU delivered l'a cents higher: AA extra Urge 41'.—A extra Urge TO»,-41*i. AA large .TA'i-r-O'a, A large 31^-33',. B large 27» 9 -28',. A A medium 'O'j-iT 1 !. A medium 27'7-29'j. AA tn-A\l 24^-27'.-. A small'z. Price* to consumers in carton*: Grade A A large 4&-5S, A large 39-51. AA medium 45-45, A medium 37-43, AA small 37-49. A small 33-42. Poultry: Try en at ranch n l i-l9. capenette fryers at ranch 22-25, litht type hrns 3-D. hens cross 10-12. RHS Students On U.S. Navy Maneuvers A group of 28 Redlands Higl: School students, mostly from the junior class, today are telling their schoolmates about their Navy cruise, a highlight of their Easter Vacation. They were with a similar group of students from Pacific and San Bernardino high schools on a one»j day Navy tour arranged by the San Bernardino Council N a v y League. After a night in the Navy barracks at San Diego, they embarked on the destroyers USS Tauss: and USS Hansen and were taken en a routine training maneuver off Mexico. Formation drills, general quarters, man overboard drill, fire drill and transfer of a man from ship to ship were among the experiences witnessed. Accompanying the group from Hedlands were Dr. James Kenny. Alvin L. Short, Lloyd Hulbert and Commander Orland Fowler. USNR. Toastmasters Club To Meet The Redlands Toastmasters Club will hold its weekly meeting tomorrow, Tuesday, at Willard's Cafe, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Fred Belcher will act as Toastmaster for the evening and will introduce the speakers. Dr. Bill Hol -j loway, Gorden Belcher, and Varnum Clark. The Pledge of Allegiance will be led by Dave Baldwin, grace by the club's most recent past- president Chuck Clements, and table topics will be handled by Robert Bellue. Evaluation will be led by John Ware, with Bob Knox keeping time, and Herb Gage will be the grammarian for the evening. All past, present, and prospective Toastmasters are urged to attend the meting, as well as all those men who have any interest whatsoever in public speaking and the building of self-confidence. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. 30, 1959 - 5 8000 Return To School As Vacation Ends Over 8,000 pupils of Redlands rublic schools dolefully wended their way to classes today to begin the final grind of learning lor the present school year. Kids who, for the past week, have been scattered everywhere from mother's hair to the beaches and mountains, entered the last long lap which will go to Juna 13 without any more holidays. This will be the longest single stint of the school year without cny time off during the week. At the University of Redlands, classes will not take up until tomorrow. Today, the Seniors groaned their way through "comps", examinations that test the recall of all college study. At the high school, campaigning will bcein this week for student body offices for next year. After today, there will be 69 days of school left, weekends not counted. Child Tumbles Into Swimming Pool, Drowns VA.V Nl/YS ' UPI *—Two- year- old Cynthia Kay Hughes of Ontario wandered out of doors while her mother visited a friend here today and drowned when she tumbled into a swimming pool. Her mother. Mrs. Donna Hughes, 21. was visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Lindsey when the drowning occurred, police said. SELL 17 TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Speaking of Coverage That's Our Business— ^ Insurance! It's fODd tO know you h»v* the best when you need Itl ROBERT L NELSON Complete Insurance Service 18 N. 7th Sf. PY 3-5995 1. Most ArllTC Stork. IDow-Joi»«s Srrric«. ('oariny Lcslrr. lt>ons * Co.) li W. Stale V 'alsmc 3.IH ,\mrr. Molors . MiBDle MsM . Pan Am. Air Beneiicl . Slarfr. Patkare . H. I.. C-rrrn SI. Oil N'.J. Crnrral Motors I'nilrd Sl.ff, CortU Wrlint r.o« ttjoo t*».if» Chnt ., m * i . i •„ ti *. • ><'i ., .*[« '% -1». .. i T « anch. i-: '* ... i B . r.:t % .. .-.i 1 • -1 l*» - \ . 11 i B 3.-. >» Assembly Turns Down Bill SACRAMENTO 'UPI'-The Assembly refused today to repeal a law permitting counties to put a lien on real property of blind persons to cover the costs of county hospital or nursing care. By a vote of 45-22, the lower house turned down the bill by Assemblyman Samuel It. Gcddes (D-Napa>. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 30 (UPI)— Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets 56s 72s 8<s First grade 3.75 3.74 3.52 Second grade 2.82 2.88 2.88 113s 138s 163s First grade 3.56 3.05 2.96 Second grade 2.92 2.77 2.79 Trend: Higher. NEW YORK (LTD—Citrus: California Npvels: 22 cars, lower, half boxes S3.75. THOU SHALT NOT... ATLANTA. Ga. <UPI> — Easter Sunday worshippers at the North side Methodist Church were greeted by this sign when they drove tlicir cars up to the curb in front of the church: •"Thou shall not park." Announcement of Funeral Services MISS EDITH BATES Memorial sen-ices 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, from the Cortner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BR00KSIDE AVE. • PY M411 EMMERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL SAVALA, Mrs. Krausto O. 10:00 a.m. Monday (today) Redlands Chapel BROWN. Mrs. Nancy E. 2:00 p.m. Monday (today) Redlands Chapel WARD. Mrs. Cora E. 11:00 a.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel WILES, Mrs. Lorine Lee 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel ENT, Mrs. Rheba Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel HARTLE, Webster Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Phone PY 2-2422 BROOKSIDE AVE. AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW DAILY FACTS BUILDING OUTPERFORMS SEPARATE UNITS! 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