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Council nominations end with seven running Knife wielding cat burglar in two more homes Seven candidates were lined Local Notes Rummage and Bake Safe 23 Cajon (opposite City llall). Feb. 20, 21, 22. x Residential Burglar/ Phillip O'Dell, 1325 Olivine, Mentone, reported the (heft of a hunting rifle from his home, . , . ,, „ . .. „ yesterday. The victim notified !u P a S ainst cach olhcr in thc the Sheriff's Substation in Yu-j race for * w ° citv Council po- caipa of the theft about G:2l 'sitions when nominations closed 1mi<i>i _ 0 „^^ t , .„ auwl;K ^, al , y , P-m. |at noon today. 'North Ash: John Raymond'Loughney. Pored Sal* S,.,, i lllias n °n iination papers this Ifeemstra. 926 Thomas avenue; Mrs. Soper •w Fnrri raiavv and 'vi T i mornin2 ahca<1 ot l,,c deadline n arry Beguelin, 1027 Fletcher: morning, however, that Mrs. JSo and has struck at least six Bird Brth wHhradto heater " crc Rcallor Jo,m R ' Foy and Sam F. Win. 1003 Occidental Jacobs denied her husband had homes. Hi* victims have always aZmatc»i5^ air ^j";« hanical Cn « iDCCr L ° Uis Kal " ^ive; Walter E. Felthouse. 203jcvcr been issued a blank nom- been women and many have ditionin" Dower stecrinc Dower man ' w '«t Fern; C. Kusscll Allen, ma lion paper for an unnamed Dp f n ra Pf". w "' ,c 3 knllc " J1 > brake 793 361^^ or 792 6958 Ka man V f \ labl m ' nulc 317 Walnut avenue: and T. F.'candidatc. hcld ,0 ,ll0lr ,hroa '' Drakes. «J3 3510 or 792 6953. N ;candldatc 0{ ,, )C vtws Com- Martincz 1571 EUzabcth . • C ol. Jacobs announced Jan. 3. simiIar a,la * 31 a * OT ' h Complete Fish Dinners 8? cents mitcc Against Compulsory Rub-, T „ e nomination papcrs f„ r ti lc dav before the petitions were c '" irch s,rccl ad , dre!;s shortl >; \lso Chicken and Shrimp, $1.39. i ^h. ColIecUon. He replaces KaIman werc , aken olU (hisfissued - that the Voters 1 Com-; af!pr 4 am - and at an ,I,h by the following persons: IrenO|blank nomination paper which.; A knife-wielding burglar in B. Popp, 136 Walnut avenue;:according to City Clerk Hazel vaded two homes in North Red David F. Rettig, 507 South Bu-'-M. Soper, was issued to Col. lands early today increasing po­ ena Vista: Carrol M. Cane, 505 i Jacobs on Jan. 30 — the same 'ice concern over the repeated Lime street: Maurice Clapp, 50{day he took out the petition for attacks. The intruder began his ter- reported this roraing attacks several months Free delivery. Open 4 p.m.lpreviously announced candidate _ Aa „. (llllui:i! „omu emer two canm- c daily. Sundays 12 noon. Chicken Joseph H. Loughney who w h- job (USAFrcUi chairman of ! datcs for , hc Ci t y Council. TheL 6 J 1 - 1 "' " ere , i° C( Sw Delight, 302 E. Citrus, Phone drew from.the Council race tlus Committee Against .committee apparently has no W .^ a ^^ tian " a » ,ant ' d " c " b ^ 7o, me v morning for health reasons. i~ _ ... _ r> uu- u ,-„» , -. , . . r by his victims as a iSegro in 793 ~ 85 - X | Loughney stated that on the Compulsory Rubbish Collect on. decided to enter only the one his was unsuccessfulfcin his Treasure Tones Paint,Park Free advice of his doctor he would| UK , was .« rcu,alcd by Co \ Ja <-! "^ate ~ Mr. Kalman. | attC mpts to sexually assault the not seek election to the CounciI.l ob s , wifc ' Frances, who is; The Voters Committee h a s tWQ womon "I expect to have to undergo! secretar y of lhe organization.,waged a successful campaign to |escaped with a Kalman, who resides at lmjplace an initiative ordinance to o{ money . Pacific street, was endorsed as,repeal mandatory rubbish col-, Ag jf) , he ofher incjdentSi the MRS. E. MARTIN BROWNE E. MARTIN BROWNE Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x'surgery in the near future. The strain of public office would be too much and I would not be Slim's Barber Shop Now open under new management. Denzel Goss, 17 E. Redlands Blvd. x Open-Face Cherry Pies Special—55 cents Goodie Shop. 24 E. State. 792-3811. x We're Moving Ahead! We"re still in 2nd place. but able to do the position justice, he said. Candidates who have filed their nomination papers prior to today are incumbent William T. Hartzell, University of Redlands administrator Jack B. Cummings: Redlands High! involved. He small amount a Council candidate by Col. Jacobs, Mr. Loughncy. and by George H. Ide, S35 West Sunset; Tiofiio Saldana, 1429 Orange street; Daniel A. Larsen, 914 West Highland: Lawrence D. Osborn, East San Bernardino avenue; Mary Avila, 34 The Terrace; Raymond E. school teacher Charles G. De-JGood. 754 Cedar; Martha E close to 1st. Come on. give us a;.\Iirjyn: Space Technology Lab-jPrcscott. 1019 East Central and Inp and we'll give you a real;oratories engineer Laurancc No- 1 Manuel S. Moore 55 Fountain deal on a new 1964 Mercury or Comet. Jim Glaze Inc. x Firearms Demonstration A team from San Bernardino Police Department will give a firearms demonstration at thc meeting of Redlands Post 106 for the American Legion at the Legion clubhouse at 8 o'clock tonight. 7943 Corvette StingRay Coupe 340, like new, S3.900. Days, 7932271; eves, 793-4473. x Smoke Smoke from burning junk automobiles in a San Bernardino junkyard at 1897 Fourth street was seen in Redlands this afternoon about 2 p.m. The San. Ber nardino fire department had three pieces of equipment at the blaze. Want to Sell? Your Services? Products? Ideas? The Dale Carnegie course will help you to develop a better personality, increase your enthusiasm and learn when to stop talking. Call 792-8119 x wak: and welder Carl A. Gicse.javenue. Foy. a partner in Foy and There was an element of con- Foy Real Estate, was endorsed [fusion this morning over a lection on the April 14 municipal,, . _ „ . .„ - „J . „ , „, „. „ .. ' .burglar appeared to nave ad- ballot. The City Council voted, Pledge that his in- this week to place the initiative tendcd yiclim was a[one ^ measure before thc voters. 1^ nousc The April ballot represents the,' T ,. ,! , . ,,. longest list of Council candidates . In he first attack tm j\ morn " - ° .„ ,!,„,„ ...„„_ „, ling, the man was scared away since 19a4 when there werc al- iu °\. , _ , „„ „ • .. . by the continued screams of the so seven men in the running. • , , _ • . „ .... . , ,, _. °. woman whose right hand was At the end of he nominating! fc ^ nc ta , f period today. City Clerk Hazel< am] stn)gglcd \. ith , he would . M. Soper and City Treasurer! bc rapist . Thc man gained cn . Marion Poyzer werc assured of being returned to office. T h c y arc unopposed in their respective elective offices. Big Drama Day to be final event of Writers' Week N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks scored a slight advance in to day's preholiday weekend market, responding mostly to an improvement in thc business news picture. The long awaited tax cut bill held center stage as House-Sen ate conferees agreed on a final draft that is almost certain to be sent to the White House next week. One discord was struck when the group failed to change the present tax laws on capital gains. Rails outperformed the general market on news that the firemen and engineers said Western Heights elects directors, ousts Shumaker Three new directors were elected to the board of the Western Heights Water company last night in a jammed meeting which lasted until 1:30 a.m. this morning. Voted off the board was Maurice Shumaker who was elected in 1950 and had been serving as president for the past several years. New board members are O. they've jointly offered a new! W. Brown, Virgil Rupe and Har- basis for settling the 5-year-old| r - v Whitmore. Special Chamber Meeting A called general membership meeting of the Redlands Chamber of Commerce will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Feb. 26, at thc Edison company Living Center, 222 Brooksidc avenue. The special meeting has been called for the purpose of voting on certain amendments to the constitution and by-laws, the Chamber announced. COURT SNOWED OUT BRENTWOOD, Eng. (UPI)— Court was adjourned here Wednesday when something went wrong with a roof ventilator and the judge was showered with snow. railroad work rules dispute. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 800.93 791.41 796.99 up 2.08 20 rrs 187.40184.74 186.83 up 1.89 15 Utl 140.36 139.20 139.80 up 0.14 65 stk 279.44 276.16 278.24 up 1.14 Sales today were about 4.69 million shares compared with 4.28 million shares Wednesday.; 13 Most Active Stocks (Dow-Jont» Service, Courlfky Lester, Rvons & Co.) illS E. State Volume Close Chnc. 73.400 General Motors „ tD'i + V «:,-<M! Texas Gulf. S4»(i + »i <w,i (l(| C.B.S. (new) «'.» -fl'.i C2.IOO Beth. Steel 34^. +1 49,000 Penis. R.R. (7 .(.ll (l fi.I. Case . tU .fiOO r .S. Steel Announcement of Services NELSON, Mrs. Clara A. Friends may call at the Chapel Thursday afternoon or evening STRUTHERS, Lloyd D. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tonight Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 10:00 a.m. Friday Sacred Heart Church GUDMUNDSON. Moses S. 10:00 a.m. Friday Redlands Chapel RADLOFF, Mrs. Eugenie C. 2:00 p.m. Friday Redlands Chapel McNEELY. Archie E. 11:00 a.m. Monday Redlands Chapel MARSHALL. Mrs. Irene 2:00 p.m. Monday Valley Chapel Loma Linda BUTLER, Mrs. Marjorie Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel CAMPOS, Frank Z. Services Pending Redlands Chapel DORR, Miss Susan Elva Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel HARMES, John Services Pending Yucaipa Chapel l«.2«0 Chi. n.i. I'ac. .. 4S.4IIO chrvsler t:l.l(l(l Ford I O .I on Helene Curtis JiS .filHI Colo. Fuel S-.ROO Chi. Mil. St. P. :«l,300 Infl. Taper 32.4(10 Amer. T. A T. .... + '» .... II a. •f 7 i .Vi-*'* . ... '!'.> ... 40 'i — .-.:!'» + to Sl'i — 3 -f- 'i — Wt 31 -!- =1 - _.HI'i - «« Weather Temp. Jan. 20 61 Jan. 21 .VI Jan. 22 54 Jan. 23 54 Jan. 24 61 Jan. 25 07 Jan. 26 sa Jan. 27 70 Jan. 28 70 Jan. 29 70 Jan. 30 70 Jan. 31 7B Feb. 1 .. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 10 . 77 . 70 . 7.1 . 69 . 64 . 70 , 75 . 80 SO Feb. 11 62 Feb. 12 Feb. 13 Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 18 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 . 69 . S3 . 64 . 61 , 61 . 69 . 80 82 70 38 47 41 34 33 35 ,;r, 38 39 •10 42 41 37 40 37 41 33 40 37 40 41 39 34 33 •41 35 40 43 50 rainfall 24 2tours Season 7.39 S .ll 8.13 Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. CARRIE L. SMITH Services 11:00 a.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. CARL F. HALES Services 2:00 p.m., Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. HARRY A. HILL, JR. Services 2:00 p.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL MRS. ELLEN S. SMITH Services pending. The other two dropped from the board by vote of the shareholders were Thomas Chapman, board member elected in 1950 and Donald Hunt, who was ap pointed in 1957. Re-elected to the board were John R. Munn Jr., who has been board secretary and was elect' ed in 1950, and Paul II. Lamb Jr. who was appointed to t h e board in 19C2. There had been considerable controversy over the affairs of the water company in recent months and two separate groups were formed in an effort to get representation on the board. Approximately 300 persons crowded the Dunlap school for the meeting last night with some watching from windows and oth ers standing along the walls. For some three hours, the groups scrutinized and questioned the company's financial transactions and its proposal for thc issuance of additional shares of stock. Western Heights was originally an irrigation water company but in recent years it has expanded to serve domestic water to residences along Sunset drive outside the city limits and throughout the Dunlap Acres area. Protesting stockholders de-' clared that they were not spe-l cifically opposed to issuance of additional shares but wanted assurance that there would be suf -j ficicnt water to serve n e w shareholders and that thc shares would be equitably and fairly distributed. It was nearly midnight last night before the air was cleared for the election process and it was after midnight before the election results were known. The new board of directors was scheduled to hold a special organizational meeting at 5 p. m. tonight. New officers of the company are expected to be elected at that time. Wind rips roof from TV station Violent winds ripped the roof of the KCHU (Channel 18) television transmitter building in the San Bernardino Mountains this morning causing extensive damage and putting the station off the air. The roof of the building was torn off and thrown down the canyon about 7:20 a.m. Damage inside thc building was tenia tively set at between $25,000 and $50,000. Station officials hoped to resume telecasts tomorrow. The transmitter is located at about the 3,000-foot elevation in the Waterman Canyon drainage north of San Bernardino. ,'lry by forcing his way through a window. The second victim, whose husband was working at the time, was awakened by the intruder when he turned the lights on and off in her bedroom. He attempted to rape her, but she succeeded in dissuading him. He then forced her to give him the money from her purse. Thc woman also received a minor cut on her hand from the knife. Quote of Day MIAMI BEACH. Fla. — Bca- tle manager Brian Summerville, outlining the entertainers' plans for the rest of the week: "They'll relax — sunning, fishing, boating. They want to get as much out of it as they can before they head home." Administration sees dividends The five main events of Drama Day will bring the 33rd annual Writer's Week to a close tomorrow. Thc day will begin with the annual playwright's luncheon at noon and conclude with the per formance of "The Ballad of Will Rogers" at 8:15 p.m. Featured tomorrow again will be Mr. and Mrs. E. Martin Browncs who have pioneered the 20th century revival of religious drama in Britain. Tomorrow's luncheon in the Casa Loma room of thc Commons will honor playwrighls, Arnold Marquis and Don Quinn — who wrote "The Ballad of Will Rogers." At 2 p.m., the E. Martin Brownes will present "The Medieval Mystery Plays" with slides and readings. This will be at the Little Theater. A "coffee, tea and talk"' time has been set for 3 p.m. at the Little Theater to bc followed from 3:30 to 4:30 by an informal discussion of religious drama and dramatists with thc E. Martin Brownes and Professor and Mrs. Albert Johnson of the UR faculty. Pettis tells of surprises in campaigning Vital Records BIRTHS GASTON — Born, a daughter, Deborah Dawn, to Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Gaston, 304 East Eureka street, Feb. 19. 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Orrin T. Wells, 703 Coronado drive. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Richard B. Gaston, 1317 Sylvan boulevard. Maternal great-grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Gildner of Las Vegas and paternal great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Gaston, 1312 Crestview road. Paternal great- great - grandmother is Mrs. Jennie C. Gaston, 1317 Sylvan boulevard. (Continued from Page 2) —S3 billion more taxes for state and local governments. —And, last but not least, $12 billion more tax revenues for the federal government, canceling out the S12 billion loss from the tax cut when it becomes fully effective. Here is how administration economists figure it: The cut in personal income taxes will put $9.5 billion more in thc hands of consumers. In addition, corporations are expected to pass along about $1 billion of their $2.4 billion tax reduction to stock-holders in the form of increased dividends. All-in-all, consumers will have about $10.5 billion more to spend. If they continue in their old ways, they will save about 7 per cent of that and spend the rest or a little less than $10 billion. But it won't end here. The higher production of goods to meet this extra spend ing will mean more jobs, higher payrolls, bigger profits and higher incomes for farmers and professional and service people. This added purchasing power will generate still further increases in spending and incomes in an endless, although diminishing, chain. Economists call this the "multiplier cf- Life may be full of surprises for all of us, but nothing com pares to the surprises facing a candidate for political office, Jerry Pettis told the Redlands Rotary Club today. The Republican candidate for Congress ticked off a few of the shocks that have come his way during the initial weeks of thc campaign: —Midnight phone callers, like the man who complained that an exuberant Pettis booster had tacked a campaign poster to a tree near his home. (Pettis got |out of bed. dressed, drove to ; the scene and removed the errant poster.) —Thc jarring experience of rising to give a talk before a club, only to sec your opposing candidate has walked in and taken a front seat. —"Helpful" advice offered from all quarters, such as the as an amateur astrologer. She warned that a candidate who didn't use a middle initial with his name didn't stand a chance of winning. (Thc name is Jerry L. Pettis.) "A pleasant surprise," Pettis added, "was the discovery that wherever I travel in San Bernardino County, I find that people ARE interested in good government, regardless of what the cynics may say." Continuing on a serious note, Pettis urged support for a 10 year development plan now to prepare Redlands and the Coun ty for growth. "Wc must work now to as- Two hurt in traffic mishap Two women reportedly were injured early today in a traffic accident at Orange street and Citrus avenue. Larna Lownes, 615 Pine street, passenger in one of the cars involved in the 2:10 a.m. crash, was taken by Redlands Ambulance to St. Bernardine's hospital. Mary Ankron, a visitor from Ohio who was a passenger in | the other car, was reportedly treated at Redlands Community hospital. Redlands police identified thc drivers of the cars as Harold D. Dietzcl, 1322 Campus avenue, and Sarah Norine Van Zeyl, who lives on 12th street in Dunlap Acres. Redlands Daily Facts Thurs., Feb. 20, 1964 - 5 RKS seniors to run city on Civic Day Redlands high school seniors will be taking o\er the city next week. But it's all in fun. It's the annual Civic Day program (sponsored by thc Y.MC'.A. I Representatives of the senior ;class have already been cicclfd iby their classmates to observe ; the duties and procedures of the various offices on Tuesday. Feb. 25. Those elected to serve on the City Council were Stephanie Chaffee, Larry Cross. Kit Howard, Tom McCutcheon and Tom Reeder. The youth Council will elect its own mayor on Tuesday. Others elected were Mike Malone, city manager; Deidre Grimes, assistant city manager; Beth Garnsey, director of public works. Phil Wilkinson, street superintendent and engineer; Mary Jo Guia, superintendent of parks and recreation: Carol Matthews, city clerk; Lynda Clarke, city treasurer. Danny MacDonald, superintendent of building and safety: Chris Leathy. cemetery superintendent: Tim Hales, disposal superintendent; Michael Larsen, director of finance. Brooke Hudlow, postmaster: Joyce Cranmer. justice court judge; Don Battersby, fire chief: Bill Brandenberger, chief of police. Ray Hurt, director of veterans affairs; Vincent Zcttler, planning director; Scott Showier, city attorney; Lynn Donnelly, city librarian and Bryan Enarson, constable. Dickens' Resort The English seacoast town of Broadstairs and St. Peters was a favorite resort of Charles Dickens, who described it as left high and dry by the tide of years," according to the En­ cyclopaedia Britannica. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Feb. 20 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s 88s First grade 4.50 4.68 3.74 Second grade... 3.43 3.15 2.96 113s 138s 163s First grade .... 3.48 3.28 3 .6o[ Second grade. . 2.74 2.73 2.78! Trend: About steady. i NEW YORK (UP) — Citrus: California navels 18 cars, half boxes S3.44. feet." | sure a broader industrial base. When it's all done, (he initial!for needed schools, for health $10 billion increase is expected to produce about $20 billion more consumer spending. Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 MOOKSIDE AVE. 793-2W. \ SI BTO0BIK «t • FT 2-Wti f. ARTHUR CORTNER Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, Feb. 20 (UPH Eggs: Prices to retailers l.o.b. to diS' tributor plants (delivered l'i cents higher': AA extra large •»4ii-48'i. A extra large 43'.i-46',i, AA large 37'J-41'.-. A large as^-ae 'i. B large 31>_-32(a. AA medium 33^-36>i. A medium SUi-K 1 *. AA *maU 27!?- 30'j. A Email 23>i-26>a. Prices to consumers: AA large 4959. A large 51-55, AA medium 51-56. A medium 50-52, AA small 43-49, A troall 42-45. Poullry: Fryers 17-19. roasters 2123. light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.51 hrns cross 5-6 wtd. avg. 5.53; turkeys: young toms 21, young hens 23-24" i. roasters 22. ttaifu iifaefs WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK E. MOORE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday) at Facts building, "OO Brook side at Center. Redlands, California Founded October 23, 1890, 74th year. Entered aa second class matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE tin Advance) Br Carrier Dellnry One Month I IJ» bree Monlba 4~" Ix Manini ».»«' One fear 16 .411 One Month One Yeai - By Mail _* 1 .5I> ._ 184X1 DEATHS MARSHALL — Died in Loma Linda, Calif., Feb. 19, 1964 Mrs. Irene Marshall, 10537 Ohio street, Loma Linda aged 61 years, native of Jamesport Missouri, and resident of Loma Linda for years. Deceased is survived by her husband, Ola Marshall, Loma Linda, the following children: one daughter, Mrs. Christine Wearner, Klamath Falls, Oregon, 5 grandchildren, three sisters: Mrs. Estelle McCraw, Grandview, Missouri; Mrs. Mamie Allred, Loma Linda; Mrs. Scottie Rountree, Loma Linda, one brother: J. E. Stout, Elk City, Oklahoma. Funeral services will be held 2:00 p.m. Monday at the Emmerson Valley Mortuary, Loma Linda chapel. Elders Wilbur K. Chapman and J. C. Michalenko of the Loma Linda Hill church, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park. RADLOFF — Died in Redlands. Calif., Feb. 9, 1964, Mrs. William (Eugenie Celina) Radloff, 175 North Center street, aged 80 years, native of Mil -j ford Mass., and resident of Redlands for 8 years. I Deceased is survived by her' husband, William Radloff, Red lands, a daughter; Mrs. Ruth A. Gilcreast, and a grand daughter: Mrs. Anna Marceau Park, both of San Francisco. Funeral services will be held Friday 2:00 p.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Chapel. Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Candidates at meeting in Mission dist. Ray Conatscr and Robert Minick, both Democratic candidates for the 73rd district assembly, will be guests of the Mission district Democratic club next week. The meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Edna Waters, club president, 25088 Laurelwood, Loma Linda, at 7:30 p.m. next facilities," the development director declared. ''A full-time county branch office in Wash- nigton. in the person of the Congressman, can help us to assure this expansion and resultant prosperity." Pettis was introduced to the club, meeting at the Masonic Temple, by W. N. Vroman, program chairman. uesday, Feb. 25. The two guests are scheduled to discuss the CDC convention which will be held this weekend in Long Beach. The Mission club will send ttvo delegates and six alternates to the two-day conclave. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 33176 . Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. Estate Of S. S. W. PADDON, also known as STANLEY FADDON. also known as LIEUTENANT COLONEL SIR STANLEY SOMERSET WHE- FORD PADDON, C. I. £.. Deceased. Notice is hereby given lo the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the; above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the office of Hcnton S. Brenan. Attorney. 30fl Ea:»t State Street. Redlands. California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated February 4. 1964. LILIAN EMILY PADDON. Executrix of the Will of the above named decedent. HENTO.V S. BRENAN. 306 East State Street, Redlands, California. 793-4755. Attorney for Executrix. (First publication Feb. 6, 19641 These four C's determine diamond value- Color. Cutting, Clarity and Carat-weight. But at our slore there is a "C" that is most important of all: Confidence. Make your jewelry purchase here, confident that our expert evaluation and friendly, frank advice will assure you a lifetime of pride in your purchase. One more assurance of your satisfaction is our membership in ihc AMIRIC\N GEMSocicrY. ES.S SERVING REDLANDS OVER 30-YEARS 110 E. State Phone 7?3-5405 STUART E. POWER EASTMAN DILLON, UNION SECURITIES & Co. MEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 6290 Magnolia Avt., Riversid* (Plaza) Dial Operator (Tell-Free) for Zenith 7-8500 _^Residence: VJo -mn WHAT ABOUT CALI FORNIA BANK STOCKS? JVOtY AVAILABLE - Our recent banking industry study discusses and analyzes 9 leading California banks. 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