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Local Notes Tint Valuable? CaU 792-8472, Haircuts by Appointment, x Senior Portraits by Armand Deadline Feb. 19. Make sure you are in the Makio. Dial 7924405 now. x Complete Chicken Dinners $1.39 Free delivery. Open 4 p.m. daily, Sundays 12 noon. Chicken Delight, 302 E. Citrus, Phone 793-2285. x Sherwin-Williams Paints Aider 's Paint and Art Store, 25 E. State St., 792-3355. X Newest In Tile and Linoleum I New Styles, Exciting Colors, Decorative Designs. . . and at Special Introductory Prices! Now at Maxwell-Means, 100 Orange St x Gaahan Service* Requiem Mass was held for Mrs. Olive Mary Gagban this morning at 9 o 'clock from the Sacred Heart church, with Rev. Henry W. Keane officiating. Pallbearers were Thomas Siebuhr, Robert Siebuhr, Richard Siebuhr, Phillip Arth, Ronald Arth, and Mike Mauerhan. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. F. Arthur Cortner chapel was in charge. Allen Services Graveside services were held for Baby Larry John Allen this morning at 10:30 o'clock at Mon lecito Memorial Park, with Rev Duane D. Logsdon, pastor of the Calvary Baptist church, officiating. F. Arthur Cortner chapel was in charge. School Lockers Burned Several lockers at Cope Junior High school were set on fire about 11 a.m. Sunday, the Fire Department reported. Children with matches were believed re sponsible. Tribute to Lincoln Redlands Coin Collectors club members will pay tribute to Abraham Lincoln at 7:30 o'clock tonight when the program subject will be "The Lincoln Cent." Collectors of foreign coins will be exhibiting coins from countries beginning with the letter "B". The meeting is held in the Community room of the Security First National Bank. Carl Dearden killed as blowout overturns car A blowout and an overturned car resulted in the death of Carl Lee Donald Dearden yes terday afternoon at 4:38 p.m. The accident occurred on Redlands boulevard just west of the Texas street intersection while he was traveling westbound. The lift rear tire blew out, the car slid broadside off the highway on the north side of the street, struck a mound of dirt and came to rest upside down just west of the Pratt boat yard. Mr. Dearden, who was pinned in the car by a car scat which had come loose, was hurriedly extricated by Redlands firemen, but to no avail. He was reported dead on ar-' rival at Redlands Community hospital where be was taken by Redlands Ambulance. He was alone in the car. avenue. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Jennie F. Dearden, now of Newport Beach, a son, David Mr. Dearden, 40, was listed J L. Dearden and a daughter, as a resident of Costa Mesa but!Miss La Sandra Jean Dearden, until two years ago had lived j both of Redlands. almost his entire life in Red-! He is also survived by two lands. I brothers. Joseph \V. Budd He attended Redlands schools,jRcdlands; and Ralph D. Dear- leaving to serve in the navy'den, Covina: two sisters, Mrs. during World War II. He return-! Olive E. Davis. Riverside, and ed to Redlands after the war andi Mrs. Anna Belle Martindale was widely known for his work j Newport Beach; and two grand- at a number of Redlands eating establishments. He had been a long-time member of the Redlands Elks Lodge until moving to Costa Mesa where he lived at 2160 College i sons, Donald Lee Dearden and Ronald Ray Dearden, both of Redlands. Funeral services will be announced later by the F. Arthur Cortner chapel. GEORGE HESSER Facts photo by C. J. Kenison George Hesser dies following brief illness Vital Records BIRTHS MELUGIN — Born, a daughter, Robin Gail, to Mr. and Mrs. Robin Gail Melugin, 21 Kendall street, Feb. 9,1964, at San Antonio hospital in Upland. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nelson 408 tcrnal grandparents are Mr and Mrs. Ross Melugin, 608 Monterey street, Services set for Clifford Allison J. A. STEWARD Photo by Wm. Elmer Kincham taken in 1938 Jack Steward, citrus leader, dies at 84 Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Feb. 10,1964 - 5 Lincoln s birthday big holiday in Redlands John A. (Jack) Steward. 84. Services will be conducted tomorrow for William Clifford Allison, 950 Chestnut avenue, who ana «re. «n«w «w*».| dicd hcre yesterday at the age! who was a promi nent figure in San Jacinto street. Pa. lQf - 8 ^ Mu(ual 0ran „ e Distributors Mr. Allison, a native of Hop-j of nedlands for 32 years, died kins, Mo., lived in Redlands i hcrc i asl evening after a short for 16 years. j illness. He leaves his wife, Jenniej since his retirement in 1948. Allison of Redlands; five chil- ne and Mrs. Steward had lived dren, Forrest Allison of San quietly at their home, 924 Al- Diego, Orlin Allison of Coral! varado street. But for one year Gables, Fla.; Ralph Allison of ihe did assume an important pub- Knights of the Rouno'!able Olivier Gorge of France and Mener Frades of the Philippines will tell of their experiences as foreign exchange students in America when they appear as guest speakers at the noon meet ing of the Redlands Knights of the Roundtable tomorrow at the Elks Club. Both students attend Redlands High school. Brush Fire Redlands firemen assisted state Division of Forestry fire fighters in extinguishing a brush and smudge oil fire along the Zanja east of Wabash avenue about 4:05 p.m. Sunday. Government Contracts "Government and Industry Contract Negotiation Relation ships" will be the subject of a panel discussion at the Feb. 12 meeting of the Golden Valley chapter. National Association of Professional Contract Adminis trators, to be held at Norton AFB officers club, according to President Walt Baron of Lockheed Propulsion company. The reception starts at C:30, dinner at 7:30. Houst Entered A burglar entered the Robert R. Wilson home at 113 Anita Court about 4:30 a.m. Saturday, but took only a bottle of wine from a cupboard, police reported. Crossan Recital Pianist Jack Crossan, member of the U.R. school of music faculty, will play works by Ellis B. Kohs, Schubert, Debussy and Franck this evening in a faculty recital scheduled for 8:15 in Watchorn hall. The public is invited without charge. We Are Number Two So we will try harder to make you a deal. We're determined to win the 10 day trip to Paris. Come in and let us show you we mean business. Jim Glaze Inc., Lincoln, Mercury. x George O. Hesser, owner of Phil's Charcoal Broiler on Redlands boulevard and resident of Redlands for 53 years, died early yesterday morning after a short illness. Mr. Hesser, 55 years old at the time of his death, had lived in Redlands for 53 years. His father, the late John W. Hesser, was for many years a Redlands business man and owner of Hesser's Shoe store. As owner of Phil's Charcoal Broiler, Mr. Hesser became the personal friend of many notables in show business and in t h e sports world for whom this establishment has been for years a favorite stopping - place between Los Angeles and Palm Springs. Mr. Hesser was born in Springfield, 111. He attended Red lands schools, graduating in 1927 from Redlands High school. He was a member of Redlands Elks lodge. Knights of Columbus Redlands Council and Sacred Heart Catholic church. He leaves his widow, Dorothy L. Hesser, 27411 Redlands boule vard; two sons, Michael Q. Hes scr and Phillip A. Hesser, both of Redlands; a daughter, Mrs. Barbara Ann Willis of San Bernardino. Also his mother, Mrs. May Hesser of Culver City; two grandchildren, Sunny Suzanne Daniels of San Bernardino and John Michael Hesser of Redlands; a brother, Rev. John C. Hesser, S. J., of San Diego, and two sisters, Mrs. Elizabeth I. Boole of Culver City and Mrs Mary Jane Miller of Redondo Beach. Rosary will be recited tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. at Emmerson's Redlands chapel. Requiem Mass will be celebrated at 9 a. m. Wednesday in Sacred Heart church by the pastor. Rev. Hen ry W. Keane. Entombment will be in Hillside Mausoleum. ABOUT THIS QUESTION: We stopped at a way side to eat. A delightful wooded retreat Later that day A most painful display Poison Ivy . . . head to feeti Would a Trip Accident Policy have protected me? For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc., 204 E. Siate St., Redlands. 793-2373. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, Feb. 10 (UPI) Eggs: Prices to retailers j.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered lVt cents higher'.- AA extra large- 47iJ-51ij. A extra large 46'j-49!s. AA large Wa-M'.a, A large 38'3-39'i. B large 34!i-39!>. AA medium 39(i-42ii. A medium 37^-38':, AA fmall 30'.i- 33'i. A small 28H-M'.i. Prices to consumers: AA large 4562, A large 51-58, AA medium 49-58. A medium 53-35, AA small 45-43, A small 42-45. Poultry: Fryers 16-19, roasters II- 23, light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.48. hens cross 5>,-6 wtd. avg. 5.52; turkeys: young toms 21, young hens 24. roasters 22. Weather Jan. 8 Jan. 9 Jan. 10 ._ Jan. 11 ._ Jan. 12 Jan. 13 Jan. 14 _ Jan. 15 Jan. 18 _ Jan. 17 Jan. 18 _ Jan. 19 Jan. 20 _ Jan. 21 Jan. 22 _.. Jan. 23 „. Jan. 24 Jan. 25 Jan. 26 Jan. 27 _„ Jan. 28 Jan. 29 „_ Jan. 50 Jan. 31 Feb. 1 Feb. 2 ... Feb. 3 ... Feb. 4 ... Feb. S . Feb. fi ... Feb. 7 ... Feb. 8 _. Feb. 3 ... Feb. 10 ... 62 65 62 60 64 63 58 . 68 67 64 51 . 57 61 53 54 54 _ .. 61 67 58 70 _ 70 ZTZ 70 78 78 _ 77 _ 70 - 73 69 64 70 75 SO 80 rainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son 38 32 33 33 33 31 33 38 35 33 46 43 38 47 41 34 33 35 38 36 38 38 39 40 42 41 40 37 41 3.1 40 37 40 .02 .11 .73 .72 6.50 6.61 7.39 8.11 DEATHS HESSER — Died in Redlands, Calif., Feb. 9, 1964, George O. Hesser, 27411 Redlands Blvd. Redlands, aged 55 years, na tive of Springfield, HI., and resident of Redlands for S3 years. Requiem Mass will be 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, at the Sacred Heart church. Rev. Henry W. Keane officiating. Entombment in Hillside Mausoleum cemetery. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. TIPTON — Died in Yucaipa Calif.. Feb. 8. 1964, Kathryn M. Tipton, 34642 Yucaipa Blvd., aged 87 years, native of Germany, and resident of Yucaipa for 11 years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Guy Tipton; daughter- in-law, Mrs. Bonnie Tipton of Oklahoma City; one grandson and one great-grandson. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 3:30 p.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Rev. Harold Fisher, pastor of the First Baptist church of Calimesa, officiating. Cremation in Montecito Memorial Park. Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. BENOY—Died in Upland, Calif., Feb. 7, 1964, Mrs. Grace H. Benoy, 618 W. Olive Ave., Redlands, Calif., aged 73 years, native of Wisconsin and resident of Redlands for 14 years. Deceased is survived by fieri daughter, Mrs. David W. Dudey,] Hobart, Ind., and a brother, Watson Phillips, Florence, Ala. Also three grandchildren. Graveside services will be held Tuesday, 2:00.p.m., at Hillside Memorial Park. Rev. Ivan Bell, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. ALLISON — Died in Redlands. Calif., February 9, 1964, William Clifford Allison, 950 Chestnut, Redlands, aged 78 years, native of Hopkins, Mo. and resident of Redlands for 16 years. Funeral services will be at 10 a.m. Tuesday at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel, Rev. V. Stanley Silke of the F i r s t Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Montecito .Memorial Park. DEARDEN — Died in Redlands. California. Feb. 9, 1964, Carl Lee Donald Dearden, 2160 College avenue, Costa Mesa, aged 40 years, native of Los Angeles, and resident of Costa Mesa for two years and a former resident of Redlands. Funeral services will be announced later by the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. L i n c o 1 n's Birthday won't crimp anyone's shopping plans with local stores and businesses observing regular hours on Wednesday. In fact, shoppers will get a bonus because there will be free parking in the downtown area. Motorists won't be required to put money in the parking meters. Banks in Redlands will also remain open on Lincoln's Birthday. It will be a holiday only for students and teachers in public schools and city employes ex cepting policeman, fireman and rubbish collectors. In addition to the city offices, all county offices and the A. K. Smiley Public Library will not be open. All persons employed in state offices will also observe the American flag along streets in holiday. the downtown area Wednesday Norton AFB will conduct a morning, routine work schedule, and the Lincoln's Birthday will be for- Redlands Post Office will bejmally observed tomorrow eve- open and will observe regularining at the annual Lincoln Din- delivery. Iner sponsored jointly by the Offices at the University of | Lincoln Memorial Association, Redlands will be open and stu-jand the Redlands Noon Kiwanis dents will attend classes. Club. The dinner will start at On Wednesday, the Lincoln!6:30 P-m. in the UR Commons. Sacramento; Lelia Haeger of Tucson, Ariz.; and Carol Mauldin of Redlands; 11 grandchildren, two great grandchildren; a brother, Lawrence Allison of Redlands, and a sister, Laura Mankle of New Market, Iowa. Tomorrow's services will bej at 10 a.m. at the Emmerson I Redlands Mortuary with Rev. V. Stanley Silke of the First Baptist church officiating. Mem bers of Redlands Masonic Lodge No. 300 will conduct graveside services at Montecito Memorial Park. Commission to meet N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI)— Late profit faking turned a buoyant stock market mixed today. Once again the market fol-j lowed the gyrations of Du Pont. Profit taking turned last week's gain of more than 17 into a loss of around 3 today. Autos held steady but steels were mixed. Electronics showed little action with the exception of IBM which managed a gain of around 2 and RCA which fell nearly 2. Macy declined in the stores but Korvette improved. American Crystal Sugar weakened on profit taking. Bristol-Myers and Richardson - Merrell showed some improvement in the drugs but Merck declined. Rails outperformed the. general list paced by Chicago & North Western, Norfolk & Western, Atlantic Coast Line and Chesapeake & Ohio. Houston lighting helped support a small gain in the utility average. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgt 30 ind 797.17 786.76 788.71 off 2.88 20 rr 183.65 181.29 182.04 off 0.02 15 util 141.34139.61 140.38 up 0.24 65 stk 277.71 274.14 275.08 off 0.50 Sales today were about 4.15 million shares compared with 4.71 million shares Friday. 15 Most Actlvt Stocks (Dow-Jones Service, Ourtesy Lestrr. Ityons A Co.) i 205 E. State Volume Clo«e Chne lie role, that of Foreman of the Grand Jury of San Bernardino County For a time he was active in the Kiwanis Club of Redlands; of which lie was a charter mem ber. He was also an early member of the Elks club Mutual Orange Distributors, which is now called Pure Gold was founded by Arthur Gregory S8.100 Sperry Band 15.100 West. Elec. 33 111,000 Xeroi "JJi 1.1,400 General Motors— 7S'< 39,300 Amer. T. * T lM'i 3H.J00 Chrysler — 4" s « 35,700 Ford _._ 33.990 Pan Am. Air. «-;» 33,800 Bronswlck :«,700 Penna. R.R. "V 3S.300 R.C.A. „ 1<J4' ? 3! .MM R.C.A. (wl) 3 J'.« ••».r,00 Ling Tract 11;« •7.400 N.Y. Central 59'« inch. ••n.100 St. Oil N.J - - '• of Redlands and had been in operation for five years when Mr. Steward joined the staff. From 1911 until 1920 he was the traf fic manager and then moved to the sales department where lie was to devote most of his career to the operation of the citrus sales cooperative. He was a mcmer of the so-called Prorate Committee which sets weekly shipping quotas. In 1943 he advanced to gen eral manager and in that role carried on the various responsibilities of the position. These included conducting relations with the U. S. Department of Agriculture in Washington and with organizations in the Fruit and Vegetable sales industry. Since M.O.D. serves member cooperatives throughout Southern California he became widely acquainted in the citrus business. Born near Danville, 111., Mr. Steward attended Dixon college and for two years belonged to the state militia which had a training corps on the college campus. He then spent three years as clerk for the general foreman of shops of the Chicago Northwestern Railroad, advanc ing soon to become secretary to the general manager. Mr. Steward resigned this position in 1903 to come to California. He subsequently was associated with the California Vegetable Union, Earl Fruit Co., California Citrus Union, Fay Fruit Company and the Sprunance Fruit Company before coming to Redlands. Mr. Steward leaves his wife, Julia, of Redlands; a daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Martha) Kennedy of Oakland; and four grandsons, Dave, Don and Neil Kennedy of Police probe cash theft The theft of S205 cash from a home at 437 Bond street, was reported to Redlands police yesterday. Owner of the house. Vera W. Hale, told officers the theft apparently occurred between 1 p. m. and 4 p.m. Friday, but was not discovered until yesterday. Police said the burglar took a screw driver from a tool box in the garage and smashed a kitchen window. In addition to the cash, the intruder took two transistor radios. Shrine in Smiley Park behind the Library will be open for visitors from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m., according to Frances Collins, the curator. Members of the American Le-j gion Post 106 will place the' The Rev. Harry G. Suttner will be guest speaker at the dinner, and winners of the annual Lincoln Essay Contest conducted among the city's eighth grade students will be announced. Construction continues at high peak in January New residential construction! The following table gives a continued at a high peak in comparison of monthly building Redlands during January witbjvaluation for the past 12 Oakland and John L. Steward of Redlands. ' Funeral services are pending and will be announced later by the F. Arthur Cortner chapel. 202 dwelling units valued at $2, 366.400 authorized. The January total for all con struction reached a strong $2, 839,454 — the highest valuation since September, 1963. Multiple-family projects made a comeback last month with 174 of the dwelling units of the apartment type. There were 28 individual homes. There were 42 non-residential construction projects which added $394,790 to the month's valuation. Building alterations contributed S78.264. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. months and the previous 12 months. The left-hand column starts with February, 1963, and ends with January, 1964. The right-hand column starts with February, 1962, and ends with January, 1963. 1963 1962 Feb. $ 3,516,699 S 576,153 Mar. .. .. 1,115.343 329,935 Apr. 317,249 241,015 May ... .. 979,065 1,961,870 June 1,948,389 316,906 July ... .. 1,254,176 916,092 Aug. ... .. 3,062,239 1,061,573 Sept. .. .. 4,355.862 313,333 Oct. 432,548 2,698,495 Nov. ... .. 1,053,840 1,152,817 Dec. 2,012,324 700.878 1964 1963 Jan. 2,839,454 455,138 Total . .322,887,188 S10.640.169 Redlands Park Commission will hold a special meeting tomorrow afternoon at 2 p.m. in City Hall. The commission will continue their study of suitable street trees for Redlands. Meetings are teld in the downstairs conference room. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the kindness and sympathy extended us during our bereavement. Mrs. W. L. Fowler, Mr. & Mrs. R. D. Thompson, Mr. & Mrs. A. N. Porch, The Alderson Family. 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, 74th year. Entered as second class matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act ol March 3, 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advance) fir Carrier Delivery One Month S 1.50 Ihree Months 4.jn Six Months 8.30 One Year , 16.40 | One Month One Teat ... By Mall J 1.5H 18.011 Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. OLIVE MARY GAGHAN Requiem Mass 9:00 a.m Monday, at the Sacred Heart Church. BABY LARRY JOHN ALLEN Graveside services 10:30 a.m., Monday, at Montecito Memorial Park. CARL LEE DONALD DEARDEN Services pending. JOHN (Jack) A. STEWARD Services pending. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BR00KS1DE ML • FT 2-ffIl Announcement of Services McGINNIS, James E. 10:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel ALLISON, William Clifford 10:00 a.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel BENOY, Mrs. Grace H. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park TIPTON, Mrs. Kathryn 3:30 p.m. Tuesday Yucaipa Chapel HESSER, George O. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Wednesday Sacred Heart Church FISHERING, Mrs. Gwendolyn Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-244' aw ... g wan, ask him to be your Valentine! with a heart-warming gift from Cair's Sweaters — interestingly styled cardigans in Orion, wool, alpaca $13.95 to $27.50 Pajamas — in sprightly Cupid patterns styled especially for Valentine's Day .....$5 Handkerchiefs — modest yet welcome gift in Valentine package 55c to $3.95 Knit Shirts — gay Valentine red shirts in cotton, Ban-Ion and Orion $5 to $11.95 Undershorts — boxer and brief styles in Valentine patterns $1.50 and $1.75 Hosiery — throw yourself at his feet with gay Valentine red socks $1.50 for G000 Clothes Sine* 1922 Tl East State Street — Redlands W. Eugene Molone/Roy t. Guin/Everette J. Franken

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