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Local Notes Counseling Service Sponsored by Alliance Men': Group. For appointment. PY 2-1932. Baseball Physicals Final physical examinations for Pony League and Little League baseball players will be held at 6:30 o'clock this evening at the Y.M.C.A. Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic building, 131 Cajon open to public week days 9 to S; Wednesdays 6:30 to 7:45. x Firemen Called Redlands firemen were called when a patch of grass about five by fifteen feet burst into flames north of Highway 99 and just west of First street, at 3:33 p.m. yes terday. Evidences indicated that the blaze may have been started by a tramp, firemen said. Treasure Tones Paint—Park Free Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Building, Colton at Orange. We give S. A- H. Green Stamps too! x Savala Funeral Funeral sen-ices for Mrs. Maria F. 0. Savala were held Monday at 10 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands chapel. Rev. Christobal Saucedo, pastor of the Apostolic Church of the Faith in Jesus Christ, officiated. Pallbearers were Frank Ortiz, John Ortiz, Tom Ortiz, Jr., Pablo Raniader, Gabriel C. Bravo and Richard Ortiz. Burial was at Hillside cemetery. Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary was in charge. Gun Club Meeting Members of the San Bernardino Valley Gun Collectors Association will hold their first meeting in the new location tonight at the YWCA Activities building at 7 o'clock. April Fool Party Skating 7:30-10:30. All mystery and fun. Skateland, 15, E. Vine, x Sumner Services Funeral services for Mrs. Muv nie Frances Sumner were held Saturday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel, with Rev. Frank Toothaker, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Pallbearers were Lee Martin, Wilbur J. Young, J. D. Amberson, C. E. Montgomery, Gird Levering, D. F. Whitfield and Charles E. Ward. Interment was in Hillside cemetery. Myst-ry Night Fun from beginning to end. Skating 7:30 -10:30 Wednesday night, April 1. Skateland, 15, E. Vine. s Brown Funeral Funeral services for Nancy E. Brown were held Monday at 2 p.m. from Emmerson's Redlands chapel. Rev. C. A. Light officiated, assisted by Rev. Truman Duncan. Pallbearers were J. H. Bonner. John McCown, William E. O'Neal. W. J. O'Neal. George Brin and Donald H. Mcintosh, Jr. Burial was at Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary was in charge. Parking District Eyes Property, No Money The parking district today found itself in much the same position as many families—a desire to make a purchase but with no money and apparently no credit rating. This was the problem which occupied much of the time of the Board of Parking Commissioners this morning. An unidentified piece of prop- Car Flips, Tiny Girl Escapes Serious Injury A tiny girl had a narrow scrape with death as she learned that the age of two is just a little too young to learn to drive an automobile. Little Linda Crain, two year old daughter of Mrs. Patricia J. Crain, 20, evidentally shifted the car into gear when her mother had left the engine running while it was parked in the driveway of their home, 1030 Fremont street in Calimesa near Avenue L. The car moved forward, flipped over a high bank and dropped upside down on its hard top twenty five feet below. It was listed as a total wreck. Little Linda was taken to the Yucaipa hospital where it was found that her injuries consisted of minor cuts and bruises. erty in the downtown area is on the market Because it is desir able 'or off-street parking, t h commissioners would like to ac quire it. But the price tag is $35,000 and the fledgling district has expended most of iu readily available money for the existing parking, lots and the improvements. R. P. Merritt. Jr.. director of finance, estimated it would be about two years before the district starts to accumulate any "unobligated" income. Conflict Of Laws The lack of a credit rating apparenUy stems from a conflict of the laws governing the dis trict and the general laws governing the city of Redlands. Chairman W. E. Malone stated it was his understanding from the Parking District Act of 1943 under which the district was formed that the commission had financing powers similar to corporations and therefore could borrow the money over a five-year period. If legal a financial institution has already agreed to the loan, Mr. Malone s-id. But City Attorney Edward F. Taylor has told the commission that it must be ruled also by general law which permits no contracts for more than a year. Conference Planned And this is where the situation ended today. A conference later this week is expected to be set in order to discuss the subject further from a legal standpoint If it can be resolved in the near future, the property may yet fall to the district Lloyd Hulbert, member of the commission and a substantial holder of downtown business properties, has indicated he is going to buy the property on his own and if the commission can finance it, he will let the district buy it at the same price he is paying for it now. The only other action by the commission this morning was to make a direct request of the Traffic comnrssion to consider the pos sibility of permitting motorists to, enter the Triangle parking 1 o t from the Orange street side, especially now that signals are im pending. In another matter, the commission w^s informed that the County Board of Supervisors today agreed to waive five-sixths of the second tax installment due on the Robin Hood property at Fourth and Citrus, now owned by the district. I Mrs. Cantley Not To Be A Candidate Mrs. Morris Cantley, Redlands area representative on the County Board of Education, will not be a candidate Tor reelection for the: post, Mrs. Cantley announced to-| day. 'I appreciate the trust the citizens of Redlands have placed in me," Mrs. Cantley said, "a n d have been happy to make a contribution to education in this area I have enjoyed my association with administrators and county officials in the cause of better edu cation of our children." Her term in office expires at the end of June. No notices of ( candidacy for the post have been received by the county office. In the Redlands school board election, incumbents Bert Marcum and Rex Cranmer, who previously announced their intention, have filed the required notice with the county office. No filings have been received on two vacancies in the Mission district or one in the Fallsvale district. There are three entrants so far in the contest for two vacancies on the Yucaipa school board, Alex Law, Dr. J. Alton Edwards and incumbent Phyllis Gustafsson Deadline for filing notices of candidacy for the coming school trustee elections is April 17. Elections will be held May 19. New York Stocks Slow Drivers SACRAMENTO (UPD— Legisla tion telling overly cautious drivers to speed up or get off the road has received its first vote of confidence. The Assembly Transportation Committee Monday approved a bill by Assemblyman Lee M. Backstrand (R - Riverside) which would permit the Department of Public Works to set minimum speed limits for selected state highways. Weather Rain fill Temp. 24 March 1 81 47 March 2 S3 45 March 3 m 49 March 4 ai 48 March 5 7K 42 March 6 7* 40 March 7 in 43 March 8 84 43 March 9 » 47 March 10 46 March 11 .. 80 45 March 12 K7 45 March 13 80 4< March 14 73 52 March IS 80 45 March IS M 46 March 17 HA 49 March IS .. 79 44 March 10 74 47 March 20 85 48 March 21 82 50 March 22 72 42 March 23 fifl 51 March 24 69 44 March 25 78 46 March 26 - 75 42 March 27 71 44 March 28 77 44 March 29 73 43 March 30 -64 47 March 31 83 43 Sea- SOD NEW YORK (UPD — Stocks turned irregularly higher today. Market sentiment was bolstered by a proposed 3-for-2 stock split and dividend increase by IBM and by a prediction of increased railroad carloadings in the second quarter. IBM was the star, rising more than 23 points at its best and faold-j ing most of the gain. The rails could not generate any steam and ruled mixed on balance. Steels also moved within a narrow range. Zenith jumped more than 9 at its high in the electronics but lost part of the gain on profit taking. Maytag was off more than a point. Chrysler, which announced it pians to go into the glass fabricating field, rose a full point, while Pittsburgh Plate Glass. Chrysler's major supplier, lost more than 2 points. American Telephone rose around 2 in its section. Eastman Kodak. Dow and Union Carbide firmed inj the chemicals while Thiokol lost more than a point. Standard of Indiana added more than a point in the oils but Con tinental dropped more than a point. Dow-Jones final stock averages: 30 industrials 601.71, off 0.94; 20 railroads 138.63, off 0.43; 13 utilities 93.43. off 0.03. and 63 stocks 207.48, off 0.33. Sales today were about 2,802,000 shares compared with 2,940,000 shares Monday. Dow-Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chngs 30 Inds 605.75 599.21 601.71 off 0.94 20 Rrs 159.94 157.73 158.65 off 0.45J 15 Utls 93.90 92.86 93.43 off 0.03 63 Stks 208.86 206.47 207.48 off 0.33 Kime Fined $525, Five Days In Jail For Drunk Driving Homer Kime, 63, 623 South Buena Vista street, entered a plea of guilty to a charge of drunk driving and was sentenced in Redlands Judicial court this morning to pay a fine of $323 and serve five days in jail. He had been arrested March 14 by Redlands police at Orange and State street. He was also fined $11 for failure to stop for the tlashing red signal at that intersection, and for hitting an unattended vehicle he was sentenced to 180 days in jail which was suspended. Drunk driving and hit run charges against R. E. Good, 754 Cedar avenue, were dismissed on the motion of Deputy District Attorney D. A. Turner. The motion asked the dismissal in the interest of justice stating that testi mony and evidence were inconclusive in the charges. Good, who had been cited February 9, by Redlands Police, entered a plea of guilty to charges of drunk driving was sentenced to $250 fine and 30 days in jail. The sentence was suspended provided he pay half of the fine and observe the terms of his probation for two years. Disguise Fails. Sheriff's Men Capture Escapee It just didn't seem right to an alert clerk in a Calimesa market last night when he heard a husky male voice coming from one of his female customers. He called the -.heriff's office and in a matter of minutes in custody was a Patton State Hospital escapee whom lawmen and psychiatric workers considered "very! dangerous" and who was disguis ed in women's clothing. Deputy Sheriff Willard Farqua -I har identified his captive as Ben-j jamin Kneeling. 59, of San Diego. Kneeling was dressed completely in women's apparel including underclothing. Kneeling had walked away from the state hospital at about 4 p.m. An all-points-bulletin notified all law agencies that Kneeling was 'considered very dangerous with possible homicidal tendencies. He is a known sex offender. The slight, greying Kneeling had driven a stolen car to Calimesa the Sheriffs Office said. He offered no resistance when Farquhar approached him. At the Redlands sheriff's substation he sat quietly waiting for a Patton staff member to arrive to identi fy him. The Sheriff's Office said all of its units were joined in the search at the time Farquhar reported that he had taken into custody r, man answering Kneeling's description. PLEASANT ADVISER ON UNPLEASANTRY — Edward V. Varton of the Internal Revenue Service is on hand every Monday in the basement of the Post Office in Redlands from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. to help bewildered taxpayers with their income tax returns. Here he advises Miss Ruth Gilliland, 427 Ash street There are only two Mondays left before the filing deadline of April 15. I* M*ft Actlr* gtaeka (Daw-Jonet Scrrice, Coarlciy Lestrr, Ryoni M Co.) 15 W. 8U1« Volume Cl»«r Char. •S-ino H_ i.. Green _ J?'i - H I0.7M Amrr. Motor, »4»« * U M.«M Cartl.i Wrlffct »«'« as,l*» St. OH SJ. 51U aneh. SO.loo Sergei IJH -1 »JM0 Pan Am. Air. 3» ' — «i tt.500 Minute Maid U - «. U^«4 General Meter! 4S Inch. I!.«O0 Alum. LW MTi + S1.3O0 Beeinr - - 4! — •« Pupil Punishment Urged SACRAMENTO (UPD — A bill was introduced Monday to permit the governing boards of school districts to adopt rules authorizing teachers to use "reasonable" corporal punshment on pupils. Pedagogs To Visit Sherman Members of the Pedagogs, future teachers club at Redlands High School, are to be guests at the annual open house at Sherman Institute tomorrow. Visitors will have an opportunity to observe special teaching methods and operation of a specialized school, according to club president Gary DeMirjyn. Between the hours of 9 a.m. and 4 p.m. conducted tours through classrooms, vocational shops and dormitories will be available. Special feature of the day will be a colorful costume parade depicting Indian dances and scenes] of reservation life. The public is invited to attend. Other club officers handling arrangements arc Barbara Schneider, vice president; Pam Tucker, secretary; and Jo Ann Scull, treasurer. Parent Study Meeting At Junior High All parents of Redlands Junior High School students have been invited to attend a parent study meeting in mathematics at t h e school cafeteria tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. This meeting is sponsored jointly by the P.T.A. and the school. After a general discussion in the cafeteria the group will divide into three sections on grade lev els so that the math program o[ each grade can be discussed according to Principal Martin H. Munz. The teachers in charge will discuss the various parts of arithmetic which are covered during the year and the methods which teachers use. The part that parents can play in supporting the school program and in helping with homework will also be discussed. In each group an explana tion will be given of the math program for the three years in junior high school. Teachers who will chair the section meetings on the three grade levels are: 7th grade, Thomas Burgess; 8th grade, Robert Barnes: 9th grade, Stanton Olson. Other math teachers will also participate. Children Thrill To Fairy Tales Income Tax Agent Holding Forth.Mondays At P.O. Vital Records BIRTHS KIME—Born, in Redlands, Calif., March 30, 1959, at Redlands Community hospital, to Mr. and Mrs. Jay Kime, 1319 Monterey street, a daughter. CANT STOP SAN ANTONIO. Tex. (UPD— Auto driver Joe Contrearas, who lives at 114 Can't Stop Street, gave police this excuse after an accident in which his car skidded 118 feet: "I couldn't stop." CITRUS TOPPING and HEDGING CLYDE O. LEYDIG P. O. BOX 276, EXETER PHONE 534 In Redlands Area Now CALL LEWIS CONDON AT LA POSADA HOTEL Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Mar. 31 (UPH— Effi: Wholesale uneandled to producer traded tor tlxe 40 per cent grade AA large unquoted, AA medium unquoted, AA amall unquoted. Candled to retailer! f o.b. distributor plants delivered 1% cents higher: AA extra large 41H-4314. A extra large 394-41H. AA Urge A large 3I'i-33<4. B large 274-284. AA medium 304-33M. A medium 374-234. AA small 244-274. A small 214-234- Prices to consumers In cartons: Grade AA large 40-53. A large 38-31. AA medium 43-49. A medium 37-43, AA small 37-40. A small 33-42. Poultry: Fryers at ranch 174-19. eaponette fryers at ranch 22-23, light type hens 8-9. hens cross 10-12. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday at Facts building. 700 Brookside at Center. Redlands. California. Founded October 23. 1890, 69th year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Of/ice at Redlands, California, under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATES (ID Advance) One M.nla I US Tare* Mealts ______ t.« Six Mentha __________ 7.1e Oae Zear ____________ 14.N DEATHS HERON—Died in Crystal Springs, Redlands, Calif., March 30. 1959, Mrs. Mary Ellen Heron, aged 89 years, native of Ontario, Canada, and resident of Redlands for 60 years. Deceased is survived by a son, Avalon Heron, and a daughter. Miss Lola Heron, both of Redlands. and two sisters. Mrs. Myra Mitchell. Grenfcll. Saskatchewan. Canada, and Mrs. Ida Boyle, •Waterford, Ontario. Canada. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel. Rev. V. Stanley Silke of the First Baptist church officiating. Interment in Hillside cemetery. GRANT—Died in San Bernardino, Calif., March 30, 1959, CapL Joe Grant, 36631 Oak Glen road, Yucaipa, aged 66 years native of Lancaster, Mo., and resident of Yucaipa for 12 years. Deceased is survived by hi: wife, Mrs. Pearl R. Grant, Yu caipa: two daughters, Mrs. Car- monde Cochran, Altadena; Rev Ramey, Bakersfield. Also five grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2:00 p.m. at Fort Rosecranz National cemetery, San Diego. Emmerson's Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. HARTLE — Died in Yucaipa Calif., March 29, 1959, Webster W. Hartle, 12361 Fourth street Yucaipa, aged 75 years, native of Munce, Indiana, anc! resident of Yucaipa for four months. Deceased is survived by his wife, Clara Hartle of Yucaipa, and the following brothers: Bert Hartle, Bakersfield; William Hartle, Winter Gardens, Calif. Funeral services will be held Thursday, 1:00 p.m., at Emmerson's Yucaipa Mortuary chapel Rev. Ray Johnson, pastor of the Faith Lutheran church, officiating. Interment in Hillside cerae tery. Emmerson's in charge. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 31 (UPD— Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction market 1 :: 56* 72* 88s First grade 4.00 3.89 3.40 Second grade __8 2.84 2.76 113s 138. 163s First grade .3.42 255 2.98 Second grade 2.72 Trend: About steady. NEW YORK (UPD —Citrus: California Navels: 12 cars, low er, hall boxes $3.46. Attracted by the Tom Thumb Players, a capacity audience of parents and children filled Clock auditorium Saturday in Redlands' first annual benefit for the Children's Home Society. The dramatic troupe brought de- iight to the children who overflowed the auditorium to see, "Rumpelstiltskin" and "Little Red Riding Hood" enacted on the stage. The event was termed a "finan cial success" by Mrs. James A. Smith, president of Bonnes Meres^ Redlands chapter of the society Proceeds will be used to finance the services provided by the society to children, natural parents nd adoptive parents throughout California. Mrs. Raymond L. Haight was chairman of the benefit performance, assisted by Mrs. Frank Babcock, refreshments; Mrs. Melvin Haas, tickets; Mrs. Edward Campbell, service, and Mrs. Lloyd Watts, ushers. Serving as usherettes for the event were members of Kimberly Juniors. A licensed adoption agency offering protection to all parties involved in an adoption. Children's Home Society provides skilled professional counsel for parents considering adoption. The natural parents receive expert guidance while they make their decision as to the best plan for the child. Children under the society's care are placed in adoptive homes that have been carefully selected by qualified Social workers. "Financing a Children's Horn Society adoption begins long before the child is actually placed because it is then that a study of the child and his needs and the evaluation of the advisability of adoption from the natural par cnt's standpoint must be made,' Mrs. Smith explained. 'Each child coming under the care of the society is immediate ly placed in a specially selected temporary boarding home, where he receives loving care and affection while permanent plans arc being completed," she said. 'It is the responsibility of our local chapters to bear part of the burden for supporting the program of the Children's Home Society and fund-raising activities such as the Tom Thumb Players' performance help Bonnes Meres to dis charge their responsibility". Mrs Smith said. Mumble, mumble. "You're ten dollars short —you forgot to carry one here." "Yes, this is considered as income — it ought to be added in there." The author of these and other! like statements is Edward V. Var -J ton of the United States Treasury Department, Bureau of In ternal Revenue. Mr. Varton is holding forth in the basement of the Redlands Post Office during the income tax season. He will be there from 8 a.m til 4:30 p.m. for the next two Mondays, April 6 and 13. After that it will be too late; the filing deadline is Wednesday, April 15. While the lineup for an audience is never too long, business i s brisk enough to keep Mr. Varton busy full time. While most people obtain temporary relief, they still seem to carry their burden with them as they leave. "No, there's no help for it," Mr. Varton said at one point. "you're stuck in the 20 per cent bracket.' The woman slowly shook her head as she left. What a shame to have made all that money! Two sweatshirted coeds from the University of Redlands breezed in and selected forms from among the piles laid out on a long table. They finally selected the short form 1040. One reached for the IRS's instruction booklet on how to compute the tax. She handed it to her partner in distress who thumbed it nervously and dropped it as though it had lice. "Oooooh," she said, "I don't want that — I'll never understand that." They left hurriedly. Mr. Varton was very congenial and impartial about the problems presented to him. He always says, "They won't give you anything back." He never says, "We won't give you anything back." Alter all, the income tax is not his fault either. Mrs. Chace Dies In East SMILEY P.T.A. BOARD TO MEET Smiley P.T.A. board will meet at 9:30 a.m. tomorrow at the Ernest McClelland home, 421 Hastings street. Announcement of Funeral Services MISS EDITH BATES Memorial services 3:00 p.m., Wednesday, from the Cortner Chapel. MRS. MARY ELLEN HERON Services 11:00 a.m., Wednesday, from the Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. • FY 2-1411 Mrs. Celia P. Chace, 99. who liv ed in Redlands from 1900 until about six years ago, died Sunday in Monroe. New Hampshire. With her husband, the late Wal ter F. Chace, Mrs. Chace left Redlands in 1953 to make their home with one of their three sons, Anthony, then of Swansey Mass. The Chace home here was at 44 Eureka street Mrs. Chace was born January 15, i860 in Biddeford. Maine. She moved . s a young girl with her family to Fall River, Mass., where her father was in the manufacturing business. She was married to Mr. Chace December 24, 1880. in Wsrrcn, Rhode Island, and they remained there operating a farm, until moving to California. The Chaccs had been married almost 73 years when they left Redlands for the east cost He died about three years ago. In addition to her son. Anthony Mrs. Chace leaves two other sons. Walter Jr., of Colton and Emery P. of San Diego. There are also eight grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. EMMERSON FUNERAL CHAPEL WARD, Mrs. Cora E. 11:00 a.m. Tuesday (today) Redlands Chapel WILES, Mrs. Lorine L. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday (today) Redlands Chapel ENT, Mrs. Rheba Forwarded to Sergeantsville, N. J. HARTLE, Webster 1:00 p.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel GRANT, Capt. Joe 2:00 p.m. Thursday Fort Rosecranes Nat. Cem. Yucaipa Chapel Phone PY 2-2422 BROOKSIDE AVC AT CENTER ACROSS FROM THE NEW DAILY FACTS BUILDING First Atomic Cargo Sub Planned LOND&N i LTD—A British engineering firm today announced plans to build the world's first atomic cargo submarine—a vessel that could revolutionize sea transport. The Mitchell engineering organization said it plans a 50,000-ton. 600-foot nuclear-powered submarine that could travel under the ice into Canada's Hudson Bay the year round. Valuable ores mined in the area build up during the winter because surface vessels cannot get through the thick ice into the bay to transport them to smelters. A spokesman for Mitchell engineering said the planned submarine, nicknamed the "Moby Dick," would cost around 54 million dollars. He said it should be ready about 196". Redlands Daily facta Tuesday, Mar. 31, 1959 -5 Fern Jackson Again Cited For Drunk Driving Fern C. Jackson, 56. Post Office Box 153, Calimesa, who is already facing one drunk driving charge, was arrested last night on another —at the same intersection and by the same officer, but one hour earlier in the evening. She was freed from the county jail after posting bail. She was arrested at Highway 7090 and Highland avenue March 21 at 8:45 p.m. by Traffic Patrolman Richard Grainger. In this charge she was scheduled to appear in Redlands judicial court tomorrow. Last night she was arrested at 7:45 p.m. at the same place by Patrolman Grainger. After both arrests she was given a sobriety examination by a medical doctor, and in each instance she was pronounced too intoxicated to drive a car. 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