Local Notes Two for $3.50 Blouses from our regular stock. Her Majesty. x Dresses from $4.50 Hurry to Her Majesty! x Country Kitchen Specials 1963 Grand Jury for changes in 14 areas Rubbish collection petition contains sufficient votes Confirmation that initiative petitions circulated by the Vot-jing of an endorsed nominat- The 1963 Countv Grand JuryiGrand Jury. Applications should.visory to the supervisors and Ton sirloin steak sf85- Steak!wound up its year-long worklnot be mailed to veterans butjnot the aviation director. Fur-,. sandwici SlS- Shrimp or,this morning and issued a re- should be picked up by appli-lther, that Supervisors; should re-|ers Committee^gainst Compul. rngpeutum yesterday sandwich, S1.2o Shrimp or fc recommendations cants at assessor's office. In-view the bureau looking tojsory Rubbish Collection earned | DeMirjyn, who has lived in ket, 51.40. US^F ^ *.. n ^ ]east ^ areaslformation on veterans exemp .|sounder administraUon. includ-,the necessary 1.246 qualified|Redlands and taught govern DeMirjyn files his nominating petition The candidacy of Redlands i DeMirjyn's petition was cir-: High School teacher Charles G.j cu i a ted by James L. Williams. DeMirjyn for a City Council! post was formalized by the fil- Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Feb. 11, 1964 -5 141 Jordan drive. In addition chicken b a s Brookside. .. - . i of county go% - crnment. tion application should not be Ash Wednesday I Such things as the veterans!classified as "secret/' Grand Masses at Sacred Heart|exemption claims, the operation; Jury action to question certain church tomorrow will be at 6:30; 0 f justice courts and the cost of I applications should mean ap and 8 a.m. and at 4:15 and 7 ;the welfare program were againjproximately S2.865.000 in as- P-m. ; touchy matters with this year's Isessed valuation returned to the Grand Jury as they have been j tax roll. with juries in the past. j Court House — Informa tion booth should be maintained Adult School Holiday Lincoln's birthday tomorrow, Missjng from rec0 mmenda will be a holiday for the Red-|. ions , his vear was a sugges . lands Adult School, according to Jack Binklcy, coordinator. Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Cali now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-S279. x Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic building, 131 Cajon tion that the Redlands Veterans Affairs center be closed. In- in the main lobby, present one is unsatisfactory. Also, a tele phone answering service should that all existing facilities for veterans be kept in operation because of the vast area the county encompasses. And again, the Grand Jury . t u i has ur Sed a study looking to- open to public Monday through | ward cstab nshment of a munic- Friday from 10-5 and Saturday from 10-1. x stead, the Grand Jury urged)be provided for all offices dur ipal court in Redlands' new county building to serve the city Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free and surrounding areas. Shop at Larry's Faint House, j This would involve consolida- Winn Bldg., Collon at Orange.jtion of the Redlands, Yucaipa.. We give S.&H. Green stamps! xjLoma Linda and Highland ju- which it bought for $77,000. jdicial districts. j Assessor's office — Studies We Are Number Two I ]i ere is a summary 0 f thcjshould be initiated for more j equitable methods of assessing ing the noon hour since some divisions close entirely from 12 to 1. San Bernardino Valley Munic ipal Water district — District should provide tax relief in stead of building reserves. The inoperative sewage effluent plant costs taxpayers 570,644 per year and has for three years. District should sell the Webster ranch in Yucaipa So we will try harder to makcj ma j or arcas wnere rccommen you a deal. We're determined to, dalions were ma(ie . More do win the 10 day trip to Pans.j (ai | C(| rcporIS of sonle of these will be made in later issues of Come in and let us show you we mean business. Jim Glaze Inc.. Lincoln, Mercury. x Barnett to Speak Ed Barnett of Citation Construction corporation will be the featured speaker at the regular meeting of the Rsdlands Board of Realtors tomorrow, 8 a.m.. at the YWCA. A tour will follow at 9 a.m. School Board Tonight Trustees of the Redlands Unified School district will meet tonight in the board room. Orange and Lugonia, starting at 7:30 p.m. Among items listed on the agenda are the naming of the new southeast junior high school and adoption of an architect's agreement for plan preparation for the school. Dearden Services Set Funeral services for Carl L D. Dearden will be held Wednesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Bishop Richard D. Anderson, of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, officiating. Interment will be at Ft. Rosecrans National Cemetery, San Diego. McGinnis Funeral Funeral services for James E. McGinnis were held Monday at 10:00 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel. Rev. Willard A. Schurr, pastor of the First Methodist church officiated. Pallbearers were: Bob Pillow, Dan Gerster, Louis Lind, V. F. Dooley and Wayne King. Burial was at Hiilsidc Memorial Park. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. HOUSEWIFE HOLDUP DECATUR, Ga. (UPD—A six- foot, 215 -pound housewife who needed money to pay an overdue house note disguised herself with a dark cap. overcoat and black gloves and held up a finance company for $276 , Monday, police said. | Authorities said Mrs. Kate Whitlock. 32, paid the note shortly after the robbery and •was arrested as she arrived at her home in this Atlanta suburb. TREASURE HOUSE ' Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. CRUSHING EXPERIENCE the Facts. Court Reporters — Should be centrally supervised and not be permitted to hire substitutes or do private work on county time. Glen Helen ranch — All prop all properties, including trailer homes of a permanent nature. The Grand Jury "is concerned about the poor administration of t h c assessor's office" and urged additional investigation by the 1964 Jury. Aviation Bureau — Aviation advisory committee should be erties should be retained for usej re(J uced from its present 13 to as detention, rehabilitation andji ust 5 members and become ad training facilities and not developed for recreation. New facilities for boys and girls should be developed on the property. Rubbish Disposal — County proceeded too rapidly with its program without making adequate preliminary arrangements with cities. The 1964 Grand Jury should study this program again after it has been a year old. Veterans Exemptions — Con-j tinuing study urged by 1964 ing property management. Supervisors — Urge again that adoption of a county manager form of government be initiated to give supervisors more time to turn attention to the broader aspects of policy making and future planning. Sheriff's office—Since T-wing of county jail doesn't meet state specifications, recommend study of relocating entire sheriff's operation on Glen Helen property. This would leave room for other expansions at the court house. Tax collector — Adequate validating equipment for collections should be acquired and the office should be moved adjacent to the treasurer's office for economy and convenience. Welfare — The department is exceedingly well managed but it spent $28.9 million of tax money last year and sharp increases are in store as a result of new legislation (AB 59). There should be continued watchfulness at local, state and national levels because of the ballooning expenses and impetus to have people subsist on government handouts. Redlandcrs serving on the 1963 Grand Jury were Mrs. Sidney Moore, treasurer; Cyril A. Barnes, Charles Bruckart, James L. Clark, and Virgil L. Luke. Jack G. Allen of San Bernardino was foreman. Two hurt in two-car crash on highway to Williams, the petition was endorsed by Frederick E. Garnsey. 1016 Fulbright: Vera W. Hale, 437 Bond: Robert C. Die-: A 20-ycar-old Yucaipa man signatures was received fromjment and mathematics at the!trick, 894 West Sunset: Dean O. was admitted to Redlands Corn- City Clerk Hazel M. Soper to- high school since 1954. is theJGarvey, 430 Norwood: Anthony! munity hospital this morning for day. third declared Council candidate| Jacinto, Jr.. 1285 West Cypress: i treatment of injuries suffered in Success of the petition cam- to enter the race officially. j Paul Schaefer. 32 North Buenaia traffic mishap on Redlands Three other men have taken! Vista; Keith Carlson, 556 Cen: boulevard at Cypress avenue, out nominating petitions, but iter; and Edward T. Fletcher.! Roy Robert Older. "5148 Avc- Jeremiah C. Bowden dead at age of 75 Ethiopia, Somalia blame each other ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (UPI)—Ethiopia and Somalia blamed each other for their worsening border crisis today and turned to the Organization for African Unity (OAU) and the United Nations for help. Fighting between the two African neighbors has resulted in hundreds of casualties since Friday. Ethiopia said Monday its troops had killed 307 Somalis and injured 492 others. Somalia claimed 35 Ethiopian dead. The crisis showed no signs of Teachers return from conclave at Los Angeles Three teachers from Redlands Public Schools attended the Thirteenth Annual Mid - Year Conference on Good Teaching held last weekend at the Statler- Hilton Hotel in Los Angeles. Mrs. Maurine Minnick of Mc- Kinlcy Elementary School, LeRoy Snoddy of Redlands Senior High School, and Miss Hclene Villard of Redlands Jr. High attended this conference sponsored by the Southern Section of the California Teachers Association. Kevnote address of the confer- paign puts the compulsory rubbish collection controversy squarely before the City Council. The Council now has the option of either adopting the proposed initiative ordinance unchanged or submitting it to a vote of the people in the April 14 municipal election. Council action is expected at its February 18 meeting. The task of verifying the signatures was started on Friday and was completed yesterday. Mrs. Soper stated that more than 1,500 names were checked. Petitions submitted by the Voters Committee reportedly carried more than 2,600 names. Principle feature of the initiative ordinance is a definite voluntary rubbish collection program. It would also allow residents to bury garbage in their yards. City officials are studying the proposed ordinance to determine what other changes in procedure and policy it would establish if adopted by voters. have not returned them. Incumbent William T. Hart- zcll and University of Redlands administrator Jack B. Cummin gs have previously secured a spot on the ballot by filing the necessary nomination papers. Air Force studies Athena missile test malfunction N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks closed higher today, paced by sizable gains in drugs and finance shares. Advances running to more than 2 in Johnson & Johnson. G. D. Searle, Smith-Douglass, Rexall and Parke, Davis were triggered by President Johnson's recommendation for medical care for the aged to be financed by increased social security taxes. Gains of 1 or more in Du Pont, Union Carbide and Sears. Roebuck helped push the Dow Jones industrial average within a stone's throw of the magic 800 level. Most brokers seemed to feel it would be just a matter of days before it is reached. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. five years, died today in his home at 125 North Center street. He was 75 years of age. Bowden was retired from regular employment, but has been serving as executive secretary of the Riverside-San Bernardino County Rock Association. He is survived by his wife, Marian Ruth, a n d a daughter Mary Elizabeth Graber of Ontario, and a son whose name was not immediately available. Mr. Bowden's death was reported to Redlands police about 10:10 a.m. Deputy Coroner M. E. Roach who investigated the death said it was an apparent suicide. Funeral arrangements are pending at F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Redlands. Vital Records DEATHS STEWARD — Died in Redlands, Calif., Feb. 9. 1964, John A. (J3ck) Steward, 924 Alvarado. aged 84 years, native of Illinois, and resident of Redlands for 53 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Julia C. Steward, a daughter, Mrs. Joseph (Mar tha) Kennedy, Oakland; and four grandsons, Don, Dave and Neil Kennedy, of Oakland; and John L. Steward, of Redlands. Funeral services will be held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Henry W. Keane, of the Sacred Heart church, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park, with the Redlands Elks Lodge officiating. Those who wish may make Memorial contributions to the Cerebral Palsy Fund, in care of Mr. Tom Alongi, at the Redlands Elks Lodge. tary General Thant. Attorneys charge Sinatra, Jr., consented LOS ANGELES (UP!) — Defense attorneys charged today j"To Initiate. Motivate, Educate; ].-, U u 141.03 139.51 140.16 off0.22i tnat Frank Sinatra Jr. con- Jercmiah C. Bowden, a rcsl -;casing despite appeals for calmiencc was presented by Dr. Evaj^o ind 795704 786.58 792.16 up3^45 dent of Redlands for_ j nc _ Pff;: from the OAU and U.N. Secrc-j.Schindlcr-Rainman with the title! 2 o rrs 183.80 181.34 183.11 up 1.07 GREEN RIVER, Utah (UPI) —The Air Force returned its Athena missile test program to the drawing boards today following an initial firing in which parts of the eight-ton rocket made non-scheduled landings in southwestern Colorado. No one was hurt in the abortive flight and there was no property damage. There were some red faces and a public apology. Although the test itself was far from Redlands, the result is felt locally. For the Athena is a project of the Ballistic Systems division at Norton and of the Aerospace corporation. W. D. Schutt, who lives at 30800 E. Sunset drive, is Athena Program director for Aerospace and just last Jan. 7 expressed satisfaction at the first phase of technical acceptance. Thus, the "drawing boards" the Air Force refers to will likely be at Norton and at Aerospace. Unofficially, Air Force officials were confident the bugs 153 Sierra Vista. i nue B, was admited for obser- The nominating period of two: vation and for treatment of City Council positions to be!lacerations on his forehead and filed in the April 14 municipal e - vc Ild - ,, , elections ends at noon on Feb-' Four-year-old Mate Edward ruary 20. The positions of citvijj s0n - son of M «- Kathleen Ann clerk and city treasurer will a [. Tilson 1006 Fletcher avenue, so be voted on in April. wa ? ta ^ en , 10 he ^ 1 sician for treatment of minor injuries. Police reported that Older was northbound on Redlands boulevard about 8:20 a.m. when his compact auto collided with a vehicle driven by Mrs. Tilson ! who was turning left off Red- could be ironed out of the slen- lands boulevard onto Cypress, der Athena and the $60 million j The force of the collision detest program would be success-! molished the Tilson vehicle and ful. (severely damaged the front of They have 76 more planned! Older's car. firings in which to prove it.! I The next blastoff is expected tol W__ ftmm*mlft 4«% be held early in March. IVeTS. WiWUlQ TO The Athena roared away! 1 11 r 1 1 from one of three launch pads I Tell OT Lee S set up near this central Utahj , . community Monday. The sched-j CllilunOOa uled impact area for the instrumented payload was 450 miles away in New Mexico's sprawling White Sands missile range. The first two stages of the rocket, the only ones used in lifting the missile into the sky. dropped to earth in the Moab area 45 miles south of the blastoff site as planned. The other two, including the payload cone, plummeted to earth in the Durango, Colo., area. That was 150 miles short of the impact goal at White Sands and an estimated 40 miles "off course." Cause of the malfunction was not disclosed. The dispute between the two: —That Is the Question." Discus- ^ st [< 2 77.22 274.09 276.08 up 1.00 countries stems from Somalia's claim to frontier lands inside the Ethiopian border. Somalia has made similar claims along its border with Kenya, causing a deterioration of relations with the new Kenyan government. At the United Nations in New York Monday, Somalia charged Ethiopia with agression and asked the Security Council to hear its complaint next week. The complaint accused Ethiopia of "infringing the sovereignity and security of Somalia and threatening inter national peace." Ethiopian Emperor Haile Selassie, in a reply to Thant's appeal, charged Somalia with "direct aggression" and said Ethiopian forces had acted only in "the legitimate defense of their homcland." Down Under high jumper sights high LOS ANGELES (UPI) —Tony Sneazwell A u s t r a 1 i a's high jumping star, figures it will take a leap of 7-fect-6 to win the event in the Tokyo Olympics and he hopes to be equal to the prediction. The Melbourne dental student set his Olympic sights Monday before the Southern California Weather If you own a conventional Fire policy—or even a basic Homeowners policy —you still may not be covered for several major hazards, snch u glass breakage, water damage and falling objects. Let us broaden your home pro- 'ection at very little extra -t Jan. 11 Jan. 12 . Jan. 13 . Jan. 14 . Jan. 15 . nainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son Jan. 16 67 Jan. 17 _ 64 Jan. 18 51 Jan. 1!) 57 Jan. 20 61 Jan. 21 53 Jan. 22 54 Jan. 23 _ 54 Jan. 24 61 Jan. 25 _ 67 Jan. 26 _ 53 Jan. 27 70 Jan. 28 70 Jan. 29 70 Jan. 30 70 Jan. 31 78 Sawyer, Cook & Co. REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Insurance & Surety Bonds 12 W. State Phone 79-3-2814 lepra tentine: JETNA CASUALTY AND sunrrr COMPANT Korrlord 15, Connecticut Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 78 77 — 70 73 69 64 ..... 70 Feb. 11 62 S3 31 33 35 35 46 43 38 47 41 34 33 35 35 36 33 38 39 40 42 41 37 40 37 41 33 40 37 40 41 Soviets reject disarmament proposals GENEVA. Switzerland (UPI) —The Communists today rejected American proposals for balanced disarmament. They demanded the West agree to Soviet proposals that all nuclear weapons be destroyed at once with the exception of an unspecified number retained until a third and final stage of disarmament. The Soviet bloc charged that the United States' insistance on the balance of power being maintained throughout disarmament "is not a valid argu< ment." Western requests for clarifl cation of the Soviet "nuclear umbrella" proposal — under which nuclear powers would retain weapons as disarmament progressed—also "is not a valid reason for expressing reservations," it claimed. .02 .11 WHY... does Garvey Motors deliver so many new and used cars. sion groups and presentation of instructional practices were the basis of other sessions held Saturday afternoon and Sunday. Sales today were about 4.04 million shares compared with 4.13 million shares Monday. 15 Moll Active Slock!! (now-Jones Service. Courtesy Lester. TETOIIB it Co.) 205 E. Stale Volame Clove Chnr lll.BOO Cen. Pvnsmlcs..- + I T » 511.500 Parke Davis 3..'. SH.fiOO AUer. Corp ll't 51.000 Amrr. T. t> T. _..H« 19.600 Ford ._ K'i 19,300 X.V. Central 3!<i 43.100 Sptrry Band ..... 19'1 «:1.000 Cen. Motors _ 7*', li.-jno Chrysler .-. _ 40% 3T70O West. Eire .TP« 7.9.300 Smith Dootias... 54 3r>.lw> Great West. Fin. IR'i 3».:»0 Gillette 30'i, 311.100 Xorn* _ " > t 35,700 Tenna. R.R. . . 30-* 1 =4 -t- 'S + !'• + + 'i snch. + H + 2». Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Feb. 11 'UPli — „ , , _. ,. ,„ ., . , Fees: Prices to retailers t.o.b. to dis- Track and Field Writers Asso-liributor plants 'delivered l ! i cents AA extra Urge 47'j-5l'i. tra laree 46',-49'.,. AA larce lo'^l'j. A lame 38'i-3!)';. B large 34<s-33'a, AA medium 39'i-42'a. A ciation after receiving the Helms I A ' e ^* r ,^ World Trophy as Australia's topj athlete of 1963. Sneazwell found fault with thei techniques of U.S. high jumpers! 30 medium 37'j-33'i. AA small 33',. A small 2S'j-29' 3 . Prices to consumers: AA large 43_, ,,62, A large 31-58, A A medium 49-53. and said if John Thomas of A medium 53-55. AA small 45-49, A Boston used the style both hel"™™^^ ro , jterj and Russia s \alency Brumel 23. light type hens 4 -s wtd. avg. employed the American could J* 4 - h "» «<•« A'*^,Y ld :.™™» hiS r ., , . . , ^ turkeys: young torn* 21, young hens pOSSlbly jump Clght feet. 1 24. roasters 22. Beetles form the largest single order in the whole animal kingdom: 250,000 species have been described. Twenty-two thousand of these inhabit the United States. Beetles have two sets of wings, a horny pair in front which close over and protect the filmy pair in back. sented to his own "alleged kid naping" as a stunt to gain publicity and money. The charges were made in the second day of the trial of three men in Federal Court on charges they kidnaped the 19- year-old singer for $240,000 ransom. In opening statements the defense attorney said young Sin atra was making only S100 a week singing at a Nevada gam bling casino and "was estranged from his family." Attorney George A. Forde Jr.. J 1 representing one of the defend~ plants, said the "kidnaping" was masterminded and financed by an unnamed singer who has "cut 2-million records. Forde indicated he felt Frank Sinatra Sr. was not aware of what the defense called the "Hoax." Forde did not mention the name of the so-called "fi nancier" of the stunt, but it was learned that he is a popular young singer and will be called as a witness at the trial. Defense Attorney Gladys Towlcs Root contended the kidnap was an "advertising scheme" concocted to benefit the famed entertainer's son, despite the prosecution's insistence that an actual kidnap did occur. NOT POP, BUT BANG! - Shirley Bucher, three-ond-a-half- year-old Lucas, Ohio, girl (left) had a narrow escape with her popgun. Somehow she got hold of a .38 caliber shell, stuck it in the barrel of the popgun and pulled the trigger. The shell exploded, cut her cheek and injured her mother in the hip. She's shown here with sister Debbie, 6, the shell and the gun. (NEA Telephoto) Boy held for murder POMONA (UPI) —A 14-year- old boy has admitted beating and stabbing an 80-year-old man to death, police said today, in a Sunday night robbery that netted him 50 cents. IX. Don Mooney said William Campos Bocardo told officers he struck Clyde Cunningham twice with a piece of pipe and then stabbed the elderly retired housepainter in the groin and chest because he was still breathing. Mooney said the only motive the teen-ager gave was robbery. Bocardo was booked in city jail on suspicion of murder and was expected to appear in Los Angeles juvenile court this afternoon for a pre-detention hearing. The youth was released from Juvenile Hall a month ago on probation where he was detailed for grand theft auto. WILLIAM C. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE, Editor. Published every evening (except Sundayi at Facts building, 700 Brook, side at Center. Redlands. California. Founded October 23, 1880, 74th year. Entered as second class matter October 23. 1880. at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advance' Br Carrier Delivery One Month S 1JWI Three .Months 4.:n Six Mentha I.3H Ope Year ~ —1MB One Mnnth One Year _. Br Mall -S 1.91 ... 18.0<l Goldwater blasts weakness WASHINGTON (UPI) — Mrs. Marguerite Oswald was expected to tell the Warren Commission today about the childhood and youth of her son Lee Harvey, accused of assassinating President Kennedy. Mrs. Oswald, who is convinced that her son did not kill Kennedy, was to return for her second day of testimony before the presidential commission headed by Chief Justice Earl Warren. Warren said Monday that the 56-year-old widow had testified that she did not see her son and had no contact with him for more than a year before the Kennedy assassination. Mrs. Oswald testified for more than six hours at a closed hearing about her son's life from the time he left Russia in 1959 until he was shot to death — 'by Jack Ruby in Dallas, Tex., THATCHER. Ariz. (UPI) Sen. Barry Goldwater. hammer-l j,"ov. 24. ing away at President .lohn-i Warren said the evidence she son's foreign policy, declared j presented was "helpful" to the Monday night that "if I had c o m m i s s i o n but contained been president the Marines would have turned that water on" after Cuba cut off water supplies to Guantanamo Naval Base. The senator, taking his campaign for the GOP presidential nomination to the sparsely populated eastern part of the state, addressed an audience of about 2,800 persons at Eastern Arizona Junior College here. He said that "weakness in American foreign policy" will be a "decisive issue" in this year's presidential election. "If we don't do something about Cuba we can kiss our South American allies goodbye," Goldwater said. "One thing a Latin American admires is courage—one thing he detests is! cowardice." i He added: "We are losing ourj allies by constantly backing away." Goldwater takes his campaign to Oregon. Northern California and Nevada later this week. "nothing that would change the picture as I see it at the present time." Big python loose near Santa Barbara SANTA BARBARA, Calif. (UPI) — A 15-foot python described as "potentially dangerous" was being hunted today. Peter Batten, 45, keeper of the Child Estate Zoo at Cabrillo Beach here, reported the snake missing Monday from its heated glass enclosure. The zoo keeper said the snake was not poisonous, but that it could inflict injury from biting or constriction. Announcement of Funeral Services CARL LEE DONALD DEARDEN Services 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. JOHN (Jack) A. STEWARD Services 11:00 a.m. Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. F. ARTHUR CORTNER "I have voted" bill now in Assembly SACRAMENTO (UPI) — Vot ers would leave the polls with a badge reading "I have voted— have you" under a bill introduced today by Assemblyman Tom Bane, D-North Hollywood. Bane said the bill would require the words to be printed on ballot stubs so voters could wear them to encourage others to vote. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the kindness and sympathy extended us during our bereavement. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Allen and Family x 221 BROOKSIDE AVE • PY 2-1411 i Announcement of Services ALLISON. William Clifford 10:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel BENOY, Mrs. Grace H. 2:00 p.m. Today. Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park TIPTON. Mrs. Kathryn 3:30 p.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel HESSER. George O. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tonight Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Wednesday Sacred Heart Church FISHERING. Mrs. Gwendolyn Services Pending Redlands Chapel FINN, Richard F. Services Pending Redlands Chapel FAGERBERG. Mrs. Amelie W. Services Pending Valley Chapel Loma Linda Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE, 7W-244'
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