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Local Notes Tiro* Valuable? Call 792-8472, Haircuts by Ap pointment x Dining Out? Try the Country Kitchen! Also food to go. 1265 Brookside. x 1959 T-bird, Hardtop 42,000 local miles. 1 owner, fully equipped. 792-1816 after 6. x Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at! home. No obligation. 793-3279. x Valentin* Dane* Feb. 8th, 9 p.m. — 1 a.m. St. Mary's Hall, 1015 Calhoun, s Ltmon Pits 52 Cents Saturday Special! Goodie Shop, 24 E. State, 792-3811. x CBMC Meeting Walter Ryder, an insurance man from Ontario, will be the featured speaker at tomorrow's 7 a.m. breakfast meeting of the Redlands Christian Businessmen's committee at Willard's. He will also play the musical saw. A 15-minute prayer session precedes the meeting and all men are welcome. Lincoln Dinner Tickets Tickets for the public Lincoln Dinner at UR Commons February 11 at 6:30 p.m. may be pur chased from Kiwanians Frank Postle at the Bank of America and Wendell Morisset at the Security Bank and at the Lin coin Shrine. The annua! program is sponsored by Kiwanis and the Lincoln Memorial Association, x Thousands of Scouts in Lincoln pilgrimage Redlands area Scouts will muster up their best military bearing tomorrow for the an nual Pilgrimage to the Lincoln Shrine in Smiley Park. Tramping feet of more than ,000 boy scouts, girl scouts, cub scouts and explorer scouts will echo through the downtown area during the march. It will be the 25th annual Lincoln Shrine Pilgrimage by scout units of the Grayback Council. The event is held each year on the Saturday before Lincoln's birthday. The uniformed scout groups will form at 9:30 a.m. on Colton avenue at Orange street. The procession will move south on Orange at 10 a.m. Marchers will travel through the downtown area, making right turn at State, a left turn at Fourth street and then into he Redlands Bowl for a special program. Both the Redlands High School and the Redlands Junior High School bands will participate. The program at the Bowl will feature Dr. Marc Jack Smith, Dean of Faculty at the University of Redlands, who will talk on "Lincoln — a Part of America's Heritage." During the program, Scouting's highest rank will be bestowed on four scouts by Grayback Council advancement chairman. Dr. Kenneth McKenzie. "The Eagle rank requires initiative, perserverance, curios­ ity, versatility, scholarship and determination," noted Scout Executive Robert Nicholson. The Redlands High Band will offer musical entertainment during the program which will start at 10:30 a.m. and is open to the general public. "This Lincoln Shrine program is the only one west of the Mississippi River and the Grayback Council takes pleasure in presenting it to the people in this area," Nicholson stated. Other groups taking part in the Pilgraimage are the Har- monettes from Downey, the Monterey Park Drum and Bugle Corps, the Tawnettes from San Bernardino and the Redlands Jobs Daughters. Harry T. Hertz to be Automobile club manager WADSWORTH POHL World War I Veteran* Redlands Barracks 1370, and Us Auxiliary, will meet for joint instalation of officers Monday at 7 p.m. in the school board room, Orange and Lugonia. All veterans, their wives, and widows of veterans arc invited. Refreshments will be served. I Queen Juliana facing crisis in The Netherlands Pinal Bike Clinic The last scheduled bicycle li censing clinic will be held to morrow at Lugonia elementary school from 9 a.m. to noon Police Sgt Grady Sharp will be in charge. Bike licensing clinics have been held the last four Saturdays at different schools. A city ordinance requires each bike to be licensed. The fee is $1.50 for a three-year registra tion. THE HAGUE. Netherlands (UPI)—Queen Juliana faced an apparent crisis with the Dutch government today over the romance of her daughter Irene, the 24-ycar-old princess who defied family tradition to become a Roman Catholic. The newspaper Leeuwarder Courant said "a serious constitutional crisis" had arisen following the queen's mysterious plane trip to Paris Thursday with her husband. Prince Bernhard. In the Netherlands, the term constitutional crisis usually re Jury reports on increase in hospital expenses The Redlands Community hospital had a total income of SI, 397,411 in 1963, but with expenses of $1,243,053, Administrator Edward L. Jury told the annual meeting last night that "we'll have to do better than this if we are to retire the large debt which will be created by our expansion program." The hospital board announced on Jan. 31 that plans are now being drawn to expand the hospital by 50 beds. Expansion will be in the form of two towers, one circular and one square, cither five or seven stories high, depending upon cost factors. one day of January was 177 per cent. This year it was 121.4 per cent," Mr. Jury stated A total of 4,597 patients were admitted to the hospital in 1963, representing an increase of 7.8 per cent over the previous year, While births remained constant — 556 compared with 555 a year ago — Mr. Jury said an increase in maternity care can be anticipated since Norton Air Force base has reduced its service on the base from three obstetricians to just one. Significantly, Mr. Jury emphasized that the major expense ofj operating a hospital is personnel. "Our payroll this past year was $827,892, including fringe Ifs Winn's for Heart Winners! Remember your Valentine with a box of delicious candy . . . choice of Russell Stover, Pangborn, Whitman, Hoffman . . . finest selection of Colognes & Perfumes- . . cards. Winn's Drug Store Cor. Colton & Or ange, Custom Gift Wrapping, S & H Green Stamps. Free Parking, x Yetter Services Funeral services for Charles F. Yetter were held Thursday afternoon at 4 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor of the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, officiating.Interment services were held this morning at Ft Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego. Weather Jan. 7 Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 Jan. 11 Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 .Un. 15 Jan. 16 Jan. 17 Jan. 18 Jan. 19 ...... Jan. 20 Jan. 31 Jan. 22 . Jan. 23 Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 Jan. 28 Jan. 29 ...... Jan. 30 Jan. 31 — Feb. 1 _ Feb. 2 Feb. 3 _. Feb. 4 _.. Feb. S _ Feb. 6 „ Feb. 7 ... Rainfall Temp. 24 Hours 67 33 62 38 32 33 33 33 31 3.1 :;a Set- That expansion is sorely need- fers to an impasse between thejed was also reflected in Mr. government and the crown Jury's report last night which can be resolved only by] "Last year I reported that!benefits. This is an increase of the resignation of the cabinet.during January our medical and. HJ per cent over last year." surgical beds were more thanj j„ othcr Icpotis a t UJ 6 annual 100 per cent occupied on 17 ofj mcctingi it was noted ^ con . the 31 days. struction of the new "cafe "This year, 100 per cent oc-| torium - is cxpec ted to get un- cupancy occurred on 21 of tbe> der way m about six wee k s 31 days in the month. "Last year, the highest percentage of occupancy on any . 65 . 62 . £0 . 64 . 63 . 50 . 6B . 67 . 64 . 51 . 57 . 61 . 53 . 54 . 54 . 61 . 67 . 58 . 70 . 70 . 70 . 70 . 78 . 78 . 77 . 70 . 64 . 70 33 46 43 33 47 41 34 33 35 36 36 38 3S 39 40 42 41 37 40 37 41 33 .(12 .11 .78 .72 or the abdication of the mon arch. There was no official indica tion the situation had become that serious, but an authorita live source said Thursday night "the crisis is far from over." The tension between the government of Premier Victor G.M. Marijnen and Queen Juli ana apparently resulted from a disagreement over whether the royal couple should go to Spain to see their daughter. Princess Irene has been in hiding in Spain most of the time since announcing last week that she had been converted to Catholicism. The blonde princess is believed to have a romantic interest in a young Spanish Catholic nobleman. The Queen, whose family has been Protestant since the 17th Century, said in a Tuesday night broadcast to the nation that there had been the "happy possibility" of an engagement for Irene but the princess had decided against it The suitor was not named. The Queen and her husband flew to Paris Thursday morn ing but returned to The Hague later in the day after what the Dutch information service called a "strictly private" vis it. A court spokesman had said son 1 they were flying to Spain but later announced the flight was only to Paris. Informed sources said the royal couple had planned to fly on to Spain to see Irene, against the advice of the cabinet. They turned back in Paris as the result of strong cabinet pressure, the sources said. 650 6.61 7.39 8.11 JOHN WILCOXSON ABOUT THIS QUESTION: A new OFFICE BUILDING PACKAGE POLICY wraps up the essential 'property' and 'liability' coverages into one package policy at about 20 % savings in premium. Does the Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis Insurance Agency have this new package policy for either the owner of the office building, or the separate tenants in it?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. Carl Stockham dies at 37 in Santa Cruz Carl Eugene Stockham, until five years ago a resident of, Redlands, died suddenly last night of a heart attack in Santa Cruz at the age of 37. Mr. Stockham, born in Missouri, came to Redlands as a young child and was a lifetime resident here until moving to Santa Cruz five years ago. He w a s educated in Redlands schools. He leaves his wife, Sharon, and three children, Daryl, Kimber and Darin, of Santa Cruz; his mother, Mrs. Myrtle Stockham of Redlands; three sisters, Mrs. Doris Wells of Yucaipa, Mrs. Betty Johnson of Redlands and Mrs. Louise Trosper of Los Angeles. Also seven brothers, Marvin Stockham of San Bernardino, Robert and John Stockham of Redlands, William Stockham of Newport, Alva Anderson of Newport, Kenneth Stockham of Anaheim and Dale Stockham, stationed with the U.S. Army in Korea. Graveside services are scbed- "led for 11 a.m. Tuesday at Montecito Memorial Park. Citrus Market NEW YORK (UPIj-Ctrus report- California Navels: 4 cars, half boxes $4.03. WHY... does Garvey Motors deliver so many new and used cars. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Blue chips paced a sharp advance in stocks today. Dow Jones industrial average closed at a'staff, reported that 11 new doc- It will double as a dining room and as a meeting room for the increasing medical staff (now at 61). It was pointed out that one of the requirements of an accredited hospital is regular meetings of the medical staff. Dr. Gordon Reynolds, newly elected chief of the medical new all-time high A gain of nearly 10 in Du Pont accounted for most of the gain in the industrials. However Eastman Kodak, Swift Woolworth and Scars Roebuck also lent some support. Steels and motors were narrowly mixed. IBM, Litton, Motorola, Control Data, Electronic Associates, Beckman, Magnavox and Texas Instruments were up large fractions to more than a point Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 795.40 784.37 791.59 up 5.18 20 rrs 183.40 180.62 182.01 up 1.04 15 utl 140.84 139.49 140.14 up 0.07 65 stk 277.08 273.38 275.56 up 1.44 Sales today were about 4.71 million shares compared with 411 million shares Thursday. 1.1 Moil Acllre Stork- j (Dow-Janei Service. Covrtety 1 Lester, fiyons At Co.) 21)3 E. State Volume I2.1.l<» Xerei . ._ mi.ODD rrnn>. KB. Chrysler i;-.'.;oil Granhy 4!C(IO Sprrry Rand •K.lillu West. Eire. .. 4.1.0*0 N.V. Onlr»l 41.000 Grnrral Malora _ "»'• «3.«>0 Aldrna - IVWII Vnlled Airline. 13.-100 Cien. Dynamics. 41.10<» Line. Temeo 40."<M1 r.S. Smeltinc • XH.IOO Ford __ 3;..->oo Bncyrus Erie _ Close Cone 30'. <0», ..... l«'i . IB 2 . 3J'i _. 50'i ... ... IH'.a ._ 91 ... SI tors were added to the staff just in 1963. Mrs. Steven Nicks, reported that the Assistance League completed the care of 70 cases in its dental clinic at the hospital in 1963 and that a new dental chair and overhead light were added. And Mrs. Audrey Tefft, reporting for the Hospital Auxiliary, presented a $1,000 check for unrestricted use by the hospital The money represented profits from the small shop in the lobby which is operated by Auxil iary volunteers. The 177 adult members and 25 Candystripers served 10,000 hours in 1963. Pohl wins promotion in Technicolor The appointment of Wadsworth E. Pohl, former Redlands resident, as vice president of Technicolor Corporation, was recently announced today by Patrick Frawley, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the Company. Mr. Pohl has been importantly associated with Technicolor's technical activities in many capacities for 34 years. In this new capacity, he will continue the duties and responsibilities of technical director of the Mo tion Picture Division and, in addition, will assume direction ofj the Corporation's Systems and Procedures program. Mr. Pohl is recipient of four Academy Award Scientific Achievement plaques. He is the son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Egmont Pohl of Redlands and is married to the former Nancy Hoover of Redlands, daughter of the late Glen B. Hoovers. Mr- and Mrs. Pohl are both native Rcdlanders. At the pre- ent time, their home is in Studio City. Harry T. Hertz, who has been i with the Automobile Club of Southern California since 1951, will become manager of the Redlands office on Monday, it was disclosed today. He will succeed Norlan B. Black, manager since November, 1962, who has been pro moted to manager of the Bakersfield office. Mr. Hertz is already familiar with the Redlands office since he has been a zone sales man ager for the club since 1958 and Redlands was included in his zone responsibility. As sales manager, he traveled through territories covered by 16 district offices and trained sales personnel. His area included the territory east of Alhambra to Indio and El Centro and into East Los Angeles and Whittier on the south. Prior to his promotion to sales manager, he was a salesman in the Fullerton district from 1951 to 1958. Mr. Hertz is a charter member of the Elks Lodge of Garden Grove and belongs to the Knights of Columbus and Coin club in Garden Grove. , He served with the army cn- Redlands Daily Facts Friday, Feb. 7, 1964 - 5 HARRY T. HERTZ holds a captaincy as a reserve pilot attached to the 452nd Bomb Wing at March Air Force base. He and his wife, Lucie, currently live in Garden Grove but will move to Redlands when school is out in June. Susan Chesus in Legion district speech contest Susan Chesus, a Redlands high school senior, will represent Redlands in the 25th district American Legion Oratorical contest at 7:30 p.m. tonight at Colton high school. Miss Chesus. a speech student of Mrs. Gertrude B. Baccus. previously won the local contest sponsored by Redlands Legion Post 106. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank O. Chesus, 311 Summit avenue. She holds a degree of distinction in the National Forensic (league and is active in the Catholic Youth Organization (CYO) and the Campus club. They have four children, gineers and the army air corps] Mandy. 18; Ted, 16; Terry, 14 during World War II and still!and Tony, 12. Controversy brews in Legislature Cummings 10 signers ends at even hundred Goldwater would move Marines into Cuba +=• -t-t'. WII.I.IAM G. MOORE. Publisher FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening lexcer' Mindayt al Facts building. 700 Brook ide at Center. Redlands. California Founded October 23, 1890, 74Ui .-ear. Entered as uoond class matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Offlre .it Remands. California, under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Advance! By Carrier Oell»try One Month I IJ» Three Months 4.i» Six Months *J» One Year 16.«o One Month One Year _ By Mall -S 1.5<> ._ 1K .0O SALEM, N.H. (UPI) - Sen. Barry Goldwater said Thursday night he would send Marines into Cuba today to force Premier t'» i Fidel Castro to turn the water »ijback on. "I think the policy should be to tell Mr. Castro to turn it on (the water) or we'll walk over there with a detachment of Marines and tell him to turn it on," Goldwater said. "I'm hopeful the President of the United States does not take this lying down," he said in reference to Cuba shutting off water at the U.S. naval base at Guantanamo Bay. Goldwater said Marine intervention to force a resumption of water service would not trigger a war. "Russia would not support Cuba and Cuba would not go to war over something like this," he said. OUR ANCESTORS byQuincy Vital Records BIRTHS MITTERLING—Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. R. Mitterling, 1657 Fairway drive, Feb. 6. 1964. at Redlands Community hospital. DERDOWSKI — Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Emil Derdowski, 35653 Shelley street, Yucaipa, Feb. 7, 1964.J at Redlands Community hospital. DAVIS — Born, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Davis, 1011 East Park avenue, Feb. 6, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. SMITH — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Smith, 207 Sharon road, Feb. 6, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. Marriage Licenses Issued TRUJ1LLO-VELOZ — Edward B. Trujillo, 19, Redlands; and Maria E. Veloz, 19, San Bernardino. MURPHY-COOK — Patrick R. Murphy, 19, San Bernardino; and Carol Lee Cook, 18, Redlands. KICAK-NAYLOR — Joseph Kicak. 29, and Donna L. Naylor, 19, both Redlands. DEATHS McGINNIS — Died in Redlands, Calif. February 6. 1964. James E. McGinnis. Rt. 2, Box "21, Redlands, aged 70 years, native of III., and resident of Redlands for 18 years. Funeral services will be Monday, 10 a.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel, Rev. Willard A. Schurr, pastor of the First Methodist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. A "Committee of Ten" filed nomination petitions today bearing 100 endorsements for Jack B. Cummings as a member of the City Council. Ten separate petitions were submitted to City Clerk Hazel M. Soper and each petition caried 10 signatures. Since the election code, permits "not more than 10 signatures," the city clerk will validate only the names on a petition circulated by committee member William J. Moore. The "extra" petitions were circulated as a "show of support" for Cummings, a University of Redlands administrator. He is the second Council candidate to complete the nomination procedure. Incumbent William T. Hartzell is the other. Endorsers of the "official" pe tition were: George F. Ashton 1544 Crown street; L. R. Coble. 1324 Monterey street; Mrs. Nan cy B. Smith, 52 Summit ave.. Edmund L. Zander, 1635 Palo Verde drive; Mrs. Luclla 0. Lin- denbergcr. 1532 Bellevue road. And H. II. Brannon. Jr., 530 Esther way; William T. Hardy, 535 West Palm avenue; Mrs f Continued from Page 1) Legislature to give it careful study." Unruh introduced his plan in I the Assembly Wednesday. !It would trim the state's pres- \cnl 1 .585 school districts to 170 —one in each county plus those already in charter cities. In addition the bill would provide an additional $75 million annually in state aid to schools, more than twice the S35 million asked by Brown. The extra Blanche E. Mitchell, 910 East Brockton avenue; John H. Coleman, 1334 Frances street and Rev. Ivan B. Bell, 849 Nottingham drive- The nominating period for two! mone >' would come from belt- City Council positions to be filledl tightening in the state budget, in April 14 voting ends at noon* Brown had asked for a coun- on Feb. 20. jtywide school tax, similar to one Signers of the nine other peti-'defeated by the last session, tions for Cummings were as follows: Walter G. Tyson, William H. Johnson, Jr., Ray E. Canterbury, Herbert L. Bell. J. E. Holmes Jr., Mrs. Candelaria Ramirez. Francis R. Reay, Leslie . E- Marshall, Rose Grisamore, Mrs. and offered a state support boost if the reform were adopted. In the Senate, Burns immediately supported the Unruh Bill, but Dr. Max Rafferty, state Superintendent of Public Instruction, asked: "is he serious?" Rafferty conceded that the Robert L. Bell, Bell, Kenton W. Pa Cor- Story Hour Tomorrow Mrs. Charles Hain will tell the stories of "Pancho", "Little Racoon and the Thing in the Pool" and "Elizabite" during tomorrow morning's story hour for children four years old and older from 11 to 10:30 in the Lyon wing of Smiley library. Elkins held as forgery suspect Henry M. Elkins, Jr., 20, ofj 211 Nanette street, was arrested! Childs, Mary F. Childs, John by Redlands police today on | Dunkerk e n . G. C. Zimmerman, charges of forgery. He was released Aileen D. Combs. 'state might have too many Paul II. Gerard, Ellsworth school districts but said the E. Miller II. Cleo Burris. Clare;price of the Unruh reform would H. Day, James T. Bethell. !be "state mandated school dis- Burt P. Marcum. Luther T.jtrict unifications." Holden. Elgar E. Runkel, Na -I He said Unruh's bill "would dine H. Williams, Lois Fair'abolish the right of local dis- Knox. Uriels to vote on their own dest- Mrs. Ira Aplin, Mrs. C. E. iny." Swing. Mrs. Annette M. Scweli,. The bill was sent to the As- Frank L- Hall. Mrs. Howard H.isembiy Rules Committee and Brover, Mrs. Nancy M. Stacey.iater will be signed to another Mrs. Miriam B. Schott, Mrs.jgroup. probably the Education Kent K. Hayden, Jr., Mrs.| Committee. Education Commit- Helcn Walsh, Mrs. Irene L. ! tec chairman Charles Garrigus, Moore. jD-Reedley. announced he had Mrs. Ruth Kackley, Ray L.jabandoned his own plans for Weaver, tricia F win. Jane Corwin, Byrns Fagerburg, Robert H. Sherrod, Shelby Charles, Frank R. Serrao. Gerald A- Lamb, Frank M. on S2.900 bail and was ordered to appear in Redlands Justice Court on February 13. Elkins is accused of forging two personal checks. Another man, Martin E. Welton, 1301 Brookside avenue, was arrested Feb. 3 in connection with the check forging. He was unable to post bail and is in County Jail awaiting court ac tion. Heart fund containers distributed Heart Fund containers were placed in stores throughout the Redlands area today as the Redlands Professional Firefighters Local 1354 launched its annual drive for contributions. Firemen placed about 60 con tainers in 30 stores in Redlands, Mentone and Yucaipa. The containers will remain in the stores until the end of February. A total of $110 was collected for the Heart Fund last year. Firemen have set a $200 goal for this year. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads "A costume party? Great! But what can we wear?" Maryella T. Bradley, Wayne E. Bradley, Lois Manning, Eunice Maciejewski, Stanley Maciejewski. Dorothy A. Stanley, Hazel H. Strandberg, James B. Fox, Jr., school financing leislation and supported Unruh's measure. Kirsch to enter race for supervisor Redlands swimming pool contractor Ralph L. Kirsch confirmed today that he is considering entering the June 2 primaries for County Supervisor Cornelius Mulder, Patricia D.:f rom ^ Tmrf t District. ^ >I ^ tt ^r. J T T > /-.,., Kirsch. who has resided at , t r fZ SC J?\Z y Z v <£n ! ™49 Sunset drive for the past ford Robert Scholton, V Stan- ; sajd fhere * lev Silke, Mrs. J. R. Ellis. . ,, , iv iw., i T . sibihty he would file for non- Mane B. Glass, Maymc B i Harris, Mrs. Dorothy M. Bar ron, Mildred V. Hamilton, Gertrude McCourtney. Cynthia M. Sims, Percy L. Jones. Jr., Helen Arth, Mrs. Francine Kern, Mrs. Auerbacher. Mrs. Arthur W. Smith, Mrs. Donald H. Simpson, Richard R. Holecheck, Wayne R. Germain, Howard J. Nakken. Lester E- Owen, Jean B. Leonard, Richard C. Hardy, Mary K. Jacobs, Russell Goodwin. Ob've Jane Sepulveda, Elizabeth M. Haynes, William L. Kiley, Samuel S. Sewall, Helen E. Poole. Walter R. Johnson, Pauline Bradley, Mildred M. Gardner, Beula R. Luko. partisan office now held by S. Wesley Break. He added, however, that he has not made a (irm decision. Break, who has held down the F. H.i Third District supervisorial po- jsition since 1914, announced in January that he would seek reelection of a sixth term. The first day that Board of Supervisor candidates can file for election is February 24. Ample choice property selections Announcement of Services WILLIAMS, Mrs. Winifred Memorial Service 2:00 p.m. Saturday State Street Christian Church McGINNIS, James E. 10:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel First Telegraph Message World's first telegraph message was sent from the Supreme Court chamber of the Capitol in Washington, D.C., by Samuel Morse. Alfred Vail was at the receiver in Balitmore, Md., and repeated the message. Announcement of Funeral Services CHARLES F. YETTER' Interment services wer held today at Fort Bosr crans National Cemeter- in San Diego. MRS. OLIVE M. GAGHA" Services pending. Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 7J3-244" 1221 BROOKSIDE AVt • FL.2-HI1 f. ARTHUR CORTNER

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