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Local Notes For Rent, Nicely Furnished 2 bedroom home. Hilltop view. Adults. References. 792-5126. x Turnpike Cab-over Camper Like new, with jacks. Only $895. Pratt Bros. Boat Yard, 850 \V. Redlands Blvd. x Angel Dinner Tickets for the baseball dinner at Redlands High on Feb. 6 1 week's major permits was $698 go on sale Monday at the high school. All proceeds will go to the Terrier Band. $698,075 in building permits for week Another half-million dollars iniel-A-Con, Inc., for additional apartments were authorized by the city Building Department this week. Total valuation of the Watch For Grand Opening Of President Homes on Country Ciub Drive. Redlands' Fur est! x Valley College Speaker Rudd Brown, granddaughter of William Jennings Bryan and daughter of Ruth Bryan Owen America's first woman minis ter in our diplomatic service, will speak on "A Fresh Look at Russia" on the San Bernardino Valley College forum-lecture series Thursday (Jan. 23) at 7:40 p.m. The Thursday evening programs, sponsored by the Evening Division, are held in t h e college auditorium and are free to the public. New Car Announcement Lease 1964 Mercury, get free maintenance up to 40,000 miles. Ask Leo Crane at Jim Glaze Leasing. 793-2141 or 793-4772 (eves.). We lease all makes, x 075. The apartment project will result in the construction of 60 units at Citrus avenue and Cook street by D. Garth Edmunds and H. G. Minyard of Anaheim owners of the property. A series of two-story four plexes are to be built on Citrus avenue. Cook street and a new interior street to be known as Cero Court. Each unit will have an area of 4.256 square feet. Valuation of the project is S562.500. It is the second large- scale apartment development started this month. Other permits issued during the week included three to Dev- homes in the company's subdivision on Pamela Court off Sunset drive. Permit value of the three homes, two seven- room residences and one eight- room, was $69,000. The Trinity Southern Baptist Church was issued a permit for a church building at 300 East Pennsylvania avenue. The one story 36 by 76 foot structure has a permit value of $13,300. A series of 28 building permits were issued to Chatelaine Homes for the construction of $23,625 worth of concrete block garden and retaining walls in the firm's subdivision at the southwest corner of Palm avenue and Redlands boulevard. | Other permits issued were as follows: I —Six-room residence, 222 San Mateo street, owner-builder Jess L. Boles of Fontana, 1,658 square feet, permit value $18,400. —Swimming pool, 1441 V i a Vista drive, owner Harry Eld ridge, builder Barton Prestige Pools, 20 by 40 feet, permit value $2,950. —Swimming pool. 1320 Crestview drive, owner Leonard Tramonte, builder Barton Prestige Pools, 16 by 32 feet, permit value $2,600. —Swimming pool, 30 Ash street, owner Robert Wagner, builder J. H. Western Pools, 20 by 36 feet, $3,200. —Swimming pool, 149 Hilton avenue, owner Edgar Fey, builder Sunset Pools, 15 by 30 feet, permit value $2,500. Wrong place at wrong time 24 Hour Furnace Service Call Ed Sampson, 794-1103. x Palm Tree A palm tree at West Colton and Kansas street was set on fire at 12:13 a.m. today. Firemen extinguished the blaze with only 25 gallons of water. Fur Coat Restyling Have your coat made into a stole, repairs also. 792-7140. x Camera Club to Meet The Redlands Camera club wil meet Monday. Jan. 20. 7:30 p.m., in the multipurpose room at Lugonia school on Pennsylvania avenue instead of in the Board Room. It will be competition night with prints and color slides entered Jan. 6 to be judged by a prominent Redlands photographer. The meeting is open to everyone interested in photography. Wanted Experienced Woman assistant for general office work, part or full time. Apply in person, daily 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. No phone calls. Hatfield Buick, E. Redlands Blvd. at 7th. x Only 1 Day Left! Kristy's Remodeling Sale, 113 Orange St.. Terrific Price Reductions! We Shall be Closed Next Week! x Clarence Black Services Inurnment services for Clarence E. Black were held to-day at Hillside Memorial Park attended by his family. Brigadier Henry L. Watson (Retired), a long time friend, conducted the Services. F. Arthur C o r t n e r Chapel was in charge. Graveside Services Graveside services were held for Mrs. Burtha M. Thurston Friday afternoon at 2 o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park. The services were read by Mrs. Henry Schlag, a reader of The First Church of Christ, Scientist. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel was in charge. Ornery old possum stirs up neighborhood Sometimes an ornery old Pos sum gets himself in the wrong place at the wrong time and causes all kinds of commotion. The Newt Gibson family at [719 North Eureka street found themselves doing unwanted battle with one last night about 8 p.m. It took the Redlands police department and the Humane officer to finally settle things. The Gibson dog was the first one to sense something unusual was afoot. He's just a pup, but he didn't like that bristly thing he discovered at the back door. He let everybody know it, too. When Mr. Gibson went to the back door to investigate, he found the Possum and the Pos sum tried to find him — with his teeth. This didn't settle too well with Mr. Gibson. He managed to get the critter by the tail and toss him over the fence into a va cant lot. Then, because the ani mal seemed to be frothing at the mouth, he called police. The police cornered the Pos sum in the vacant lot after de termining the animal had appar ently been run over by a car and seriously injured, called the humane officer to shoot him The Gibsons, who live adja cent to the freeway, surmise that the animal somehow got up on the freeway and had an unfortunate encounter with traffic, Bank debits in Redlands show gain of $38-m/7//on Quote of Day WASHINGTON — A French spokesman explaining President Charles de Gaulle's plans for "normalization" of relations with Red China: "China exists. We are not at war with China." Bank debits in Redlands showed an increase of over $28- million in 1963 over 1962, according to Lewis Pierce, vice president of Security First Na tional Bank. His bank debit figures include all checks and withdrawals against customers' accounts, but do not include inter-branch or inter-bank transactions. Red lands totals are for the branches of Bank of America, Security First National and United States National. Redlands bank debits in 1963 were $420,734,592, a gain of $38,735,748 over 1962, a gain of over 10.1 per cent. Gains were registered in each of the past 10 years but 1958 was the biggest being the following year in 1959 with a 17 per cent climb. Mr. Pierce said that it is in­ teresting to note that the 1963 figure is the largest since he began keeping these records in 1948. At that time the total was $221,613,225. The following figures are obtained through the courtesy of all the banks in Redlands, namely Redlands Branch Bank of America, East Redlands Branch Bank of America, Redlands Branch United States National Bank, and Redlands Branch Security First National Bank: 1954 $205,164,826 1955 244,166,978 1956 276,468,971 1957 282,951,931 1958 278,468,783 1959 326,057,676 1960 333,980,090 1961 349,912,928 1962 381,998,844 1963 420,734,592 Weather Dec 17 . Dec. 28 Dec. 19 Dec. 20 Dec. 21 Dec. 32 ...... Dec 23 Dec 24 Dec. 25 Dec. 26 . Dec 27 Dec. 28 Dec 29 Dec 30 Dec 31 ...... Jan. 1 . Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. Jan. 6 Jan. 7 .. Jan. 8 _ Jan. 9 .. Jan. 10 _ Jan. 11 .Jan. 12 _ Jan. 13 Jan. 14 _ Jan. 15 _ Jan. IS „ Jan. 17 _ Jan. 18 _ Rainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son 71 64 65 67 66 71 74 3 4 S 7.1 76 Bl 79 70 60 61 71 70 71 69 67 67 62 _ 65 62 60 64 63 56 68 _ 67 64 _ 51 39 40 40 39 37 41 35 36 36 36 40 47 43 45 40 45 41 43 35 41 37 38 33 32 33 33 33 31 33 38 35 35 46 TV&FM ANTENNAS Save 40 % -60 % T*ea — Winegard — Finco— Complete stock of masts — guy wire—Standoffs—lead-in SELF SEEV1CE TUBE CHECKER Everything (or the Antennas and Hom , TecBB |cian Aotsnna Material! D(J 1T yoU&SELF ELECTRONIC ' WHOLESALE MART 10<* N. Waterman Open a 'til S — Sunday 10 ttt S Redlands Stare BasJIaada Blvd. at Texal SU Open 10 A.M.-J P.M. Sunday 10 A.M.-5 P.M. Value engineers to organize The Society of American Value Engineers (SAVE) will hold its first organizational meeting for the Inland Empire appli cants Wednesday evening, Jan uary 22, at the Holiday Inn in San Bernardino. The society, known as SAVE was organized on a national basis in 1959 in Washington. D.C., and is now working with six regional offices and 30 chap ters throughout the United States and Canada. As Chairman of the meeting, Mr. Robert O. Mitterling, TRW Space Technology Laboratories, San Bernardino, encourages all bussinessmen, managers, tech nicians, and technical staff personnel working in the Inland Empire to attend and learn the objectives of SAVE. "We are trying to advance the theory and practice of val ue engineering and value analysis in industry by organizing the interested pcrople in this area into a SAVE chapter," stated Mr. Mitterling. ''We need the assistance of management people, and I wish to emphasize the importance of these people attending our meeting Wednesday evening." A specific example of value engineering in action is the recent cost reduction goals established by Secretary of Defense McNamara in areas of defense procurement and logistics. Reservations for the January 22 meeting scheduled for 6:00 p.m. may be made by telephone TU 4-0411, extension 127, or by writing Mr. Mitterling TRW Space Technology Laboratories 157 W. Fifth street, San. Bernardino. About People Mr. and Mrs. Art Carrillo, 1320 Arlene street, Redlands, welcomed Mrs. Carrillo's 19- year-old sister, Helga Berkmann, of Neuremberg, Germany, to Redlands today for a 5-month visit. The Carrillo family met Miss Berkmann at Los Angeles International Airport. The two sisters have not seen each other for 11 years. | Mrs. Bessie Brown dies Funeral services will be held Monday for Mrs. Bessie Weaver Brown who died in Redlands Thursday at the age of 71. She was a native of Avery, Mo. and had lived in Redlands for the past 14 years. Her home was at 331 Eureka street. Mrs. Brown was a member of Copa Del Oro Chapter 142, Order of the Eastern Star and of the White Shrine and the Royal Neighbors. i Survivors include one son.i Hirscal L. Weaver of Yucaipa and two grandchildren, George and Malcolm Weaver, Yucaipa. She is also survived by three brothers, John Breshears, Lloyd Breshears and Charles Breshears, all of Missouri, and four sisters, Mrs. Lulu Leeders, Mrs. Cyble Stall, Mrs. Grace Jones and Mrs. Nartha Cobb also all of Missouri. Monday's services will be at 2 p.m. from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Larsen scores hole-in-one Ernest R. Larsen, prominent Redlands citrus man, scored a hole-in-one yesterday en the 200-yard fifth hole at Redlands Country club. The elated Larsen said that it was his first hole-in-one in 35 years of playing golf. Witnessing the remarkable shot were: Pete Arth, Bob Break and Bert Marcum, who were playing in a foursome with him. Traffic studies af three intersections Traffic studies of three intersections were initiated this week by the City Traffic commission Acting on requests from residents and from the police de partment, the commission ordered surveys at Buena Vista- Glenwood, Franklin-Oak and New York-Park. In other actions, the Commission: Concurred with (he recommendations of the Planning commission on the proposed Tennessee Freeway agreement Agreed to recommend instal lation of a loading zone just south of the alley next to Turner's Carpet shop, 117 N. Fourth street. Approved the establishment of a second bus loading zone on San Mateo street adjacent to Smiley elementary school, as requested by Principal Floyd Allen. Ordered removal of a yellow loading zone on West State just west of Fourth street since McEwen's said it was no longer needed. Decided to consult with Franklin school officials before ordering "no parking" on Division street adjacent to the school playground. Mercy mission to Thailand takes off from Norton A mercy mission to faraway Thailand was launched from Norton Air Force Base today when two transport planes from the Oklahoma Air National Guard picked up over 12 tons of medical supplies and hospital equipment for delivery to Bangkok. The 24,368 pound shipment went shipped via the U.S. Embassy in Thailand to Bangkok Sanitarium and Hospital (7th Day Adventist). The medical equipment, donated by the Loma Linda University Alumni Association, was transported from Norton to Thailand on a Military Air Transport Service (MATS) training flight of two C-97 cargo planes. The airlift involving Oklahoma City and Tulsa Air Guard planes will travel a distance equal to a trip around the world before completion. The flight demonstrates the quality of readiness and proficiency that Air National Guard crews provide in support of MATS on worldwide training missions. The supplies, received from many individual and corporate donors, include operating room furniture, delivery table, wheel chairs, beds and refrigerators in addition to a two milliamp X-Ray machine and attachments. This equipment will be used, in the establishment of a 40-bed hospital at Bhuket, Thailand, by Doctors Samuel and Effie Jean Ketting. Despite the unusual humanitarian aspect of this operation for the employees of Norton's Air Terminal Branch the job has a routine one. Loading was expedited so that the plances could continue on Saturday via Hawaii, Wake Island, Guam and Manila to Thailand with their errand of mercy. LEWIS I. PIERCE Lewis Pierce to head local Heart Fund drive School Menu For Next Week Hamburgers and fried chicken will be two of the popular entres on the menu in Redlands public school cafeterias next week. Here is the complete menu for the week: Monday — Chuck wagon stew with vegetables, tossed salad, fruit, toasted French bread and milk. Tuesday — Hamburger, lettuce, tomato, pickle, hash brown potatoes, rosy apple slices and milk. Wednesday — Creamed turkey, mashed potatoes, pompei- ian salad, fruit Jello, yeast roll and milk. Thursday — Oven fried chicken, candied yams, lettuce salad, applesauce, gingerbread and milk. Friday — Soup w-vegetables, grilled cheese sandwich, spinach, hard cooked egg, apple & celery salad, pudding and milk. Redlands U.R. alumni chapter to meet Tuesday More than 100 members of the Redlands chapter of University of Redlands Alumni Association will gather on Tuesday, Jan. 21, 6:30 p.m. for the second time in the organization's history for a special program of fellowship and continuing education. Presiding at the event in the Redlands Country Club will be James A. Smith, attorney of Taylor and Smith, San Bernardino law firm. Mr. Smith, a member of the UR class of 1949, received his law degree from University of California. He is past president of the Con- 1 ference of Barristers, State Bar ey on tobacco. Yes, for 25 years, of California, and former Chief 1 1 made a fool of myself. People's Column Readers of the Facts are Invited Is fend their thoughts on questions of pnblio Interest for oje in the People's Colcmn. Pleasa be brief. The writer's true name and address must accompany each letter though pen names are permitted at the editor's discretion. Give Up Smoking for Lent! Editor Facts: Lent is an excellent time to break the smoking habit. "I gave it up for Lent" has an aura of glamor about it that is not attached to the more mundane "I've quit smoking." Lent begins on Ash Wednesday. This is an appropriate day, because who has more ashes of repentance to pile on his-or-her head than a cigarette smoker? Ash Wednesday this year falls on February 12. Lent lasts for 46 days, ending on Easter. Yes, I know about "40 days and 40 nights," but the 6 extra days are Sundays. Sundays are not a part of Lent. Give up cigarettes for 46 days and you will find yourself virtually free of the pernicious reaching-and-lighting habit. The reaching-and-lighting part is, ac tually, what is so difficult to break. Unshackle yourself from that and you are pretty well on the way to sweetness and light. They say inside every fat man is a thin man trying to get out. I maintain that inside every smoker is a non-smoker trying to get the smoker to quit smoking. Don't yell. The loudest yellers are the worst offenders. They hate cigarettes, but they'd die before they'd admit the truth. They try to cover up with lots of noise. "Blah blah blah blah, and I could quit smoking in] a minute if I really wanted to!" You'd better really want to Continuing his personal as sault on heart disease, Lewis I. Pierce this week accepted chairmanship of Redlands' 196) Heart Fund campaign. This year's drive will mark the sixth consecutive year Pierce has directed the annual fund appeal in his city. An active civic leader, he guided Redlands' drive last year to a grand total of $8,752, the second highest city contribution in San Bernardino County. "This is an honor for Redlands and a tribute to Pierce's (ine leadership," said Paul J. Young, 1964 Heart Fund chairman. "Redlands can be proud of its record of topping its goal each year in the 14-year history of Heart Fund drives and being among the first to reach its goal each time," Young said. Pierce predicted Redlands would maintain its rating at a 100 per cent Heart City. "I'm certain the honor of this designation will spur the city to again express its feeling to ward the tragedy of heart di ly to this fund appeal," he asid "Statistics show that heart and circulatory diseases are killing seven persons a day in San Bernardino County. Many of these victims lived in Red lands and their deaths shocked and saddened us all. "This toll must be stopped and the only way is through research which our dollars spon sor," Pierce said. The 1964 Heart Fund will get under way in Redlands and throughout the county February 1, reaching a climax on Heart Sunday, February 23, when hundreds of volunteers will make a door-to-door appeal in the city. Ed Schmidtmann wins honor Ed Schmidtmann, a senior life science major from Redlands was among 34 students at Hum boldt State nominated for national recognition in the "Who's Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges." Selections were made by a secret faculty committee appointed by President Cornelius Siemens and were based on scholarship, citizenship, leadership, campus activities and general service and contribution to the college. Students eligible for nominations must be classified as upper-division or graduate at HSC and meet the qualifications of the College. Purpose of the "Who's Who' is to afford recognition on a na- then my friend | tional basi and , 0 ;de . Q " lU ™.?..".%.^i r"..!"|P™«tt"«l go-between for employers and graduating students do it. How do I know? I was a smoker myself for 25 years. I thought it was cute. Instead, it was idiotic. Beginning at a time when it was shocking for a woman to smoke in public, I wasted mon- trial deputy of San Bernardino County. Dr. George II. Armacost, president of the university, will return from conferences in Washington, D.C., and New York City in time to extend greetings to the alumni members and participate in the social oc casion. Main address for the event will be delivered by the Rev. George A. Graham, who was appointed this fall as the first chaplain at the University of Redlands. The Rev. Mr. Graham, member of the UR class of 1952, will speak on the topic, "Bright in the Corner: Impressions of the Campus Community." Delivering the invocation for the program will be Dr. Ivan B. Bell, pastor of the First Bap-| tist Church, Redlands, who is a member of the UR class of 1928. A special message from the current student generation will be brought to the assemblage by Albert Berglund, the 1963-64 Associated Student President. Musical entertainment will be I smelled like a stale beer-joint, was a nuisance to hostesses and a horrible example to my son (now, thank God, he has seen the light too and quit); and went around with such unsightly, stained fingers I was ashamed to take off my right- hand glove. I gave up smoking for Lent, That was 10 years ago. Today I would no more smoke a cigarette than I would play Russian roulette. I didn't give up smoking forever, at that time. Just for Lent. When Easter came, I felt wonderful. I felt clean and pure and happy. I had that most rewarding sensation of all — the glow of accomplishment. I had done something HARD! Lent is a time for self-denial. I am speaking as a Protestant. Wc Episcopalians are supposed to give up whatever we like Appearing at the end of the 1962 school year, the last edition of "Who's Who" recognized ! 12.500 members selected from approximately 750 universities, and colleges. The volume includes individual biographies prepared by each student, num ber and kind of degree, nation al social sorority and fraternity affiliations and residences. The number from each state and foreign country are also listed. Ed is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Schmidtmann, 109 East Fern avenue, Redlands, and a graduate of Redlands High School. Leonard to take course Robert F. Leonard of Redlands will leave tomorrow for a seven-day program of advanced study in business and family financial planning at the' 36th Charter Life Underwriter Institute being conducted this year at Arizona State University, Tempe, Ariz. Mr. Leonard, who holds the best. To a confirmed smoker. | CLU designation, is a local rep- wouldn't this mean cigarettes? resentative of Manufacturers Try my system. Give up smoking for Lent. Then, when Easter comes — bright and furnished by students James shining and glorious — decide McCracken, senior, Hull, sophomore. and Joe Now You Know By United Press International Indonesia is the world's largest Archipelago or island group and comprises about 3,000 is- what to do about smoking for the rest of your life. Becky Burns 86 North Center street lands, according the World Almanac. Life Insurance company. He is one of 70 CLU's registered for the Institute. A graduate of Redlands high school and the University of Redlands, he has offices in his own building at 316 E. Olive avenue. Mr. Leonard has represented the Manufacturers Life Insurance company in Redlands since: 1948. I Arrowhead Savings assets up 45 pet. Assets, savings accounts and real estate loans at Arrowhead savings and Loan Association of San Bernardino climbed to an all-time record high during 1963, it was announced today by William N. Locbemes, president. According to year-end report figures just released, assets now stand at just over S25 million, an increase of 45.3 per cent over last year's figure of $17.1, million. Likewise savings accounts rose almost 39 per cent from S14.3 million to S19.8 million. Earnings paid to savers during 1963 amounted to $796,683, up close to 31.6 per cent over the previous year. Most impressive jump was in outstanding real estate loans which at the current figure of $22.4 million have shown an increase of nearly 61 per cent over December 1962. The association's reserves, which now total more than Sl'A million, have also registered a gain of 22.6 per cent during the past 12 months. Redlands Daily Facts Saturday, Jan. 18,1964 -5 Committee for Goldwater campaign named Campaign plans for Sen. Barry Goldwater's California delegation in the June 2 Republican primary election, will be directed in San Bernardino county by a committee announced today by former Senator William F. Knowland. chairman of the California Goldwater Advisory committee. William G. Moore, Redlands, member of the state Goldwater committee, will act as county chairman, and Mrs. Thomas T. Parker, Ontario, vice chairman. Clark DeRoo is Redlands area chairman. Other local members are Mrs. Gustave A. Jahn. Redlands, and Mrs. R. W. Herzog, Yucaipa. J. Steve Williams, attorney, will be San Bernardino area chairman, assisted by Mrs. H. K. McCIimans. Dr. John P. Miller and Dr. David L. Hunter. Other members are: Leland S. Davidson. Ontario area chairman, John R. Cooper, Robert Beloud, Don Webber and Mrs. Robert Walker, all of Ontario, Mrs. Murray Lenhart, Fontana, T. L. DeBord, Barstow, Mrs. Roy Cliff Sr., Lucerne Valley, and George Osburn. Yucca valley. Knowland said that the committee will be expanded as campaign activity steps up. When Goldwater spoke in San Bernardino last October during National Newspaper Week he drew more than 5,000 persons. It was the largest political audience in the history of the county. Knowland, who has been carrying on a series of speaking engagements in behalf of Goldwater, says that he finds a ground-swell of support throughout California for the Arizona senator. Knowland predicts that in a contest with Gov. Nelson Rockefeller for the California delegation to the Republican National Convention, Goldwater will carry the state by more than 500,000 votes. Vital Records BIRTHS BRANDON — Born, a son, U Mr. and Mrs. Claude Brandon, 926 Barbra lane, Jan. 18, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. DEATHS ELLIS — Died in Redlands, Calif., Jan. 16. 1964. Ernest James Ellis, Yucaipa. age I 87 years, native of Illinois, and resident of Yucaipa for 5 years. Deceased is survived by hi; wife, Mrs. Lucille Ellis. Yucaipa, the following children: Kenneth Ellis, Upland, and onj grandchild. Funeral services will be held Saturday 10:30 a.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary Chapel. Rev. Rae Eversole, pastor of the Unity church, officiating. Interment in Montecita Memorial Park. BROWN — Died in Redlands. California, January 16, 1964. Mrs. Bessie Weaver Brown. 331 Eureka street, aged 7J years, native of Avery Missouri and resident of Redlands for 14 years. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'cloci from the F. Arthur Cortnei Chapel. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Brown vacations LA QUINTA — Gov. Edmund G. Brown started on a 10-day vacation today at this desert resort. He will be here until Jan. 27. Announcement of Services ELLIS, Ernest J. 10:30 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel OSWALT, Mrs. Janet M. 10:00 a.m. Monday Valley Chapel Loma Linda DECKER, Robert R. Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDC AVE. 7W-244I Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. MARY ELSIE HENRY Services 10:30 a.m., Saturday, at The Church of The Nazarene. Graveside services 2:30 p.m., Saturday, at the Com. memoration section at Forest Lawn Memorial Park. Glendale. MRS. BESSIE WEAVER BROWN Services 2:00 p.m., Monday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BMOBKflL 'ffMin

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