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Local Notes 1941 Volkswagen i-Passenger pickup. A-l condition. New tires $1,245. A. C. Almind, 402 Orange. 792-5211. x Yet, I'm Still in Business! During remodeling of Jeanettc's Beauty Salon, please call 7922840 for your appointments, x Slim's Barber Shop Now open under new management Dcnzel Goss, 17 E. Redlands Blvd. x Mentone Democrats Meeting tomorrow. 7:30 p.m. at Mentone school, Ray Conatser and Bob Minick will be speakers and there will be a report on the CDC convention. Candidates take out papers on opening day Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Feb. 24, 1964 - 5 The county's political arenaIfrom the Redlands judicial dis- began to seethe with activity to- trict. day with the filing period now| The greatest activity was open for congress, assembly, su -j among the candidates for the pen isor and various judgeships. 24 judges of judicial districts Jerry Pettis, Republican can-[throughout the county. In this didate for congress, was the area, however. Judge Alexander first in line this morning to ob- was the only one who took out tain his nominating petition j papers. Judge William Clark of from .Mrs. Eleanor Felton, coun-j Vucaipa and Vando Linger of ty registrar of voters. Loma Linda had not yet ap- Hc appeared with some 60 of pea red by this afternoon. his supporters and indicated he; In the supervisorial race, the would have them sign and filefever was apparently gripping his petition almost immediate-;desert residents the hardest. Forced Sale — Save '59 Ford Galaxy and '59 T-|'>'- IIc na(1 not done so, how- j For, in the 1st supervisorial j candidates for county centra] posed. There are no elections this year in the 2nd and 4th super­ visorial districts. Five judgeships of the superior court become vacant this year and incumbents Archie D. Mitchell (No. 1). Henry M. Busch (No. 3) and Harold R. Haberkorn (No. 5) all took out nomination papers by 1:30 today. The terms of Judges James E. Cunningham and John W. Kerrigan also end this year. No petitions were issued to |ever, by 1:13 this afternoon, district which encompasses the iCandidalcs have until March 20jdcsert and mountain regions of I to file. the county, incumbent Ross Da- Several other candidates of in- na took out papers as did Fred r i A ri.- i ^- ,, _„| tercst to the Redlands area Ansiel Jr. and William A. Bet- Complete Ch.cken Dinners $1,391 wcrc a|so on hand , 0 , akc out ter | ey t „ 0 announced oppo- JL B % J',™ 1 " 3 ;-, Pe " A. p ,- m >eir nominating petitions before I ncnts. Dri&hf ™ Y F " 1 P- m - «<>day. In the 3rd district, Mr. Short Delight, 302 E. Citrus, Phone | Thesc jnchlded RcpubHcan j was the only one to get papers x j Stewart Hinckley, incumbent as-;today although incumbent S. semblyman from this, the 73rd Wesley Break has announced Bird. Both with radio, heater, automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes. 793-3610 or 792-6958. x 793-2285. An International Daily The Christian Science Monitor is sold at Christian Science reading room. Masonic bldg., 131 Cajon street, Olive Ave. Market. district (petition issued to Ray- that he will again seek the scat mond Gregory). Alvin L. Short, he has held since 1944. candidate for supervisor from! In the 5th district, incumbent this, the 3rd supervisorial dis -j Nancy E. Smith, currently board Post Office, Sage's and U of Rj trict: and Ben Alexander, in-j chairman, took out her nomina- Book Store. x'cumbent candidate for judge'tion papers but is so far unop- Sherwin-Williams Paints Alder's Paint and Art Store. 25 E. State St., 792-3355. x committess for either party this morning. Nor were there any candidates for the controversial San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water district board today. This may well be a highly contested office since LeRoy Holmes, now an appointive member, must stand for election. Chairman Alfred M. Herman of Colton, chairman of the board, is also up for election. Horace Hinckley is Redlands' representative on this board but his term still has two years to run. Realtors Meeting Redlands Board of Realtors • will meet Wednesday at 8 a.m. at the YWCA. Robert Kah! president of Redlands Federal Savings and Loan, will be the speaker on "The Lending Forecast for 1964." Six Day Left to save yourself money on a New Mercury of Comet, during our big "Trip To Paris" contest We're really going all out to win! Don't delay, act today! Jim Glaze Inc. x Stamp Club Meeting Tomorrow, 7:30 p.m., community room, Security First National Bank. Guests are welcome. Want to be a Leader? Motivate and inspire people? Lead instead of drive? The Dale Carnegie Course will help you develop leadership abilities. Call 792-8119. x Echo I Brackets Redlands At the same altitude about the horizon — first south, then north — Echo I will make two passes this evening. At 6:02 p. m. the balloon will be south of Redlands, 49 degrees above the horizon and moving northeast. At 8:06 the satellite will be north of Redlands, 49 degrees above the horizon and moving north- cast. It is problematical if the first pass will be visible because of the brightness of the twilight sky. Peoples Coiumnj Seo shells on display at Smiley Library Reader) of the Facts »re inTlfed to •end their thoughts on question! of public Interest for Que in the Teople's Column. Pleiae be brief. Tbe writer'! true name and addresi must accompany earh letter though pen names are permitted at tho editor'a discretion. Students Thank Fans The students of Redlands High school wish to thank its fans at the Fontana basketball game for their good sportsmanship. There was no "booing" of officials and the stands were quiet when both teams were shooting fouls. This was in contrast to the Fontana side and to ours in the San Bernardino game. We want our school to be known not only for its good teams, but for its good sportsmanship. If everyone will follow the cheer leaders we can back our "Terriers" with lots of enthusiasm. Mike Malone. Commissioner of Athletics. Weather 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. 5 _ Feb. 6 ....... Feb. 7 Feb. 8 Feb. 9 Feb. 10 Feb. 11 54 54 61 67 53 70 70 70 . 70 . 78 78 . 77 . 70 . 73 .._ 64 .... 70 75 80 60 — 62 TXainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hour* son 2 8.11 Feb. 12 - 69 Feb. 13 . 65 Feb. 14 _ 64 Feb. 15 61 Feb. 16 - 61 Feb. 17 - 69 Feb. 18 .. 80 Feb. 19 - 82 Feb. 20 - 70 Feb. 21 71 Feb. 22 - 72 Feb. 23 69 Feb. 24 69 41 34 33 35 36 36 33 38 39 40 42 41 37 40 37 41 33 40 37 40 41 39 34 32 33 41 35 40 43 50 37 37 46 37 Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "Springtime means another farm season, with grass fires, machinery on the roads, and the chance of injury to farm employees. Does Farm Liability insurance pay up to $10,000 in damages and $250 in medical payments caused by accidents on the farm premises, or by any member of the household on or off the farm?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis, Inc.. 204 E. State St.. Redlands. 793-2373. Three officers complete police training course Completion of special training courses by three Redlands police officers was announced today by Police Chief Stanley R. Bowen. Officers William J. Sanders and Robert Nance graduated this month from the San Bernardino Sheriff's Training Cen-| ter at Glen Helen. Officer Richard J. Rienstra, on the police force since December. 1956, today received his diploma from the Institute of Applied Science, Chicago, III. Officer Rienstra has completed a Hi- year correspondence course in scientific crime detection. The course included instruction in finger printing, civil and criminal investigation, police photography, handwriting identification, typewriting identification, firearms identification and in the operating methods of criminals. The training completed by officers Sanders and Nance is conducted by the county Sheriffs Office and includes about 200 hours of instruction in basic police techniques. "Shells of the West Coast' are displayed this month at the A. K. Smiley Public Library in an exhibit arranged for the li brary by Mrs. Eva Maye Fletcher. Illustrating a page from Ab bolt's "American Seashells," .Mrs. Fletcher has arranged Pacific Cost abalone shells to illustrate a plate from the book and has included a Red abalone found at Morro Bay, a Green abalone from La Jolla, a Pink abalone from Punta Gorda, Ba ja, California, a threaded abalone, Imperial Beach, two Japanese abalones, one from Kam- schatkana, Alaska and one from Mendocino County, and a Black abalone, Laguna Beach. Shells from the Gulf of California are used to illustrate colored plates from an unbound copy of Ken's "Seashells of Tropical America". A shell is displayed with its picture of each' of the following: Glycermis gi- gantea, Trachycardium consors. Little deer cowry, and the intricately patterned Tent cowry, an exquisite Thorny oyster, an As- traea olivacea, and two beautiful colored mure.v. shells, a Pink- mouthed murex and a Royal mu­ res. The shells arc from the collections of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Fletcher of Redlands and! Mr. and Mrs. Louis Mousley 0 f| BURGE FIRST IN LINE — Jerry Pettis, left foreground. Republican candidate for Congress from this district, was the first one in line to get his nomination papers as the filing period opened this morning. Issuing his petition (center, pencil in hand) was Mrs. Eleanor Felton, county registrar of voters. Mr. Pettis caused a traffic jam in the office when he brought all of his 60 petition signers with him. They are shown clustered on both sides of the counter. Caught in the photo, just barely visible in left rear is Ben Alexander, who was in line to get his candidacy papers for judge of the Redlands judicial district. Vital Records Yucaipa. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher have been enthusiastic shell col lectors since a 1946 trip to Florida and now have 4,000 shells gathered from Florida, Mexico and the West Coast, with "exotics" from other places. Mr. and Mrs. Mousley have collected shells from Europe. Africa the east and west coasts of the United States and with the Fletchers, arc now engaged in building a museum in Yucaipa to house both shell collections, along with their collections of Indian artifacts and fossil woods. The museum will be known as the Yucaipa Natural History Museum and it is hoped will be open to the public in about a year, the gift of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher and Mr. and Mrs. Mousley. Poultry and Eggs Citrus Market LOS ANGELES. Feb. 24 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 56s 72s 88s 113s First grade ...4.65 4.55 3.88 3.51 Second grade. .2.75 3.00 3.21 2.91 138s 163s 180s First grade 3.30 3.40 3.3S Second grade 2.69 Trend: About steady. NEW YORK (UPI)—Citrus report: California Navels: 17 cars, half boxes S3.48. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI)—Stocks ventured into new record territory today. Dow Jones industrial average moved a notch closer to the 800 level but met heavy resistance on each attempt to break through the barrier. Large fractional gains in Chryslver, Owens-Illinois Glass and Johns- Manville were largely responsible for the advance in the senior indicator. Steels advanced on news that most steel mills say orders for april delivery are running 15 LOS ANGELES. Feb. 24 'UPIl — Eggs: Prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants idelivcred l'j cents higheri: AA extra larBe 44' J -48' J. A extra large 43'i-46'.-. A A large I per cent ahead of the business 37'i-41'.-. A large 35'.-3ii>... B large.un-i.-j , mnnth a«n fnr 3V,-32> 3 . AA medium 33';-36l... AI 000 * 1 ™ a mOHUl ago lor medium 3l'.~32'-. AA small 27'a-! March. 30'.-. A small 25'i-26'j Prices to consumers: AA large 4' 57. A large 49-53. AA medium 48-53. A medium 47-49, AA small 43-47, A small 40-43. Poultry: Fryers 17-19. roasters 2125. light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.51. hens cross 5-6 wtd. avg. 5.54; turkeys:'young toms over 28 lbs. 21, young hens 24, fryer roasters 22. PROTECT GHOSTS LONDON (UPI) — Alan Davidge, in a letter to the Daily Mirror today, urged the formation of a national society for the prevention of cruelty to ghosts. "Ghosts, like castles, are our heritage, and just as we protect old castles, so ghosts should be protected," Davidge wrote. MAKES LIFE MUCH TO LIVE *gfoPLUMBlNGCGL V ^792-3360 •J^k, 520 TEXAS ST. REDLANOS.CAUF. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs 30 ind 802.93 793.32 797.12 up 0.13 20 rr 187.98 186.21 187.94 up 1.11 15 util 140.98 139.30 140.40 up 0.60 65 Stk 280.64 278.10 278.89 up 0.65 Sales today were about 5.63 million shares compared with 4.69 million shares Thursday. 13 Most Active Stocks (Dow-Jones Service. Courtesy Lester. Ryons & Co.) 2113 E. State Volume Close Chn;. lit:, fiiin I no .VJ.idll .-.I.-.IID .-,0.;iio I'i.imii 41.win 41.7KU ::'i.:n>l) ::7.8nn Chrysler t«- Cont. Air So'i X.Y. Central 3.-,», Penna. R.It 3:1*, V.S. Steel M'k General Motors ... 80 Beth. Steel 3l 3 i K.C.A. ift Branitf - Sperrv Rand .. .. IR'i C.B.S. (new) 4l'a ,fio« Ford 33 7 » 37-1II0 Ilelene Curtis .... 31'. r,;,:tnn R.C.A . (wi> 3«»» 3B.700 Amer. T. * T 1417. ~ 3 i -in -rl's -rl'l 11 — I-i -I', uncb TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar ket through Classified Ads. FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE ... ^L ,.. ~..r DOWNTOWN REDLANDS James C. Scott dies at age of 67 James C. Scott, 923 Alta street an almost-Iifetime resident of Redlands, died Saturday in the Long Beach Veterans hospital at the age of 67. Mr. Scott, born in Clinton, Ontario, Canada, came to Redlands 65 years ago and attended local schoo)s. For many years he served on the Redlands Police Force. He was later employed at Norton Air Force Base. .Air. Scott was a member of Trinity Episcopal church, a charter member of the American Legion Post 106, a member of Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 2062 and of Veterans of World War I, Redlands Barracks. He leaves his wife. Mrs. Ethel B. Scott; three children. James C. Scott Jr. of Redlands, William B. Scott of Riverside and Miss Virginia Scott of Los Angeles: a brother, William Scott of Ajax, Ontario. Canada, and five grandchildren. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Wednesday from the F. Arthur Cortncr chapel with Rev. John de Boer Cummings, pastor of Trinity Episcopal church, officiating. Interment will be in Montecito Memorial Park. BIRTHS Born, a daughter, to Mr. and .Mrs. Glen Burge. 31597 Redlands boulevard. Feb. 21. 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. READ — Born, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. George Read, 6934 Capistrano W a y. Riverside. Fob. 21. 19R4. at Redlands Community hospital. SMITH — Born, a son. to Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Smith. 11511 wife, Teresa McCIemont and his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael step-mother, Mrs. James P. Mc- J. dishing of Mentone; Patern- Clcmont and the following sis-|al grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. ter. Miss Nellie McCIemont of;James A. dishing of Mentone Hamilton. Canada and a half sister, Mrs. Louise Green of Huntington Beach, Calif. Graveside funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Hillside Cemetery, Rev. Clell B. Gray, pastor of the Yucaipa Methodist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside cemetery Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. Pendleton avenue, Yucaipa, I THOMAS — Died in Redlands Feb. 22. 1964, at Redland. Community hospital. HAGEL — Born, a daughter, toj Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Hagel. 1138 Center street. Feb. 2-!. 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. DeBOER — Born, a son. to Mr and Mrs. Bartle DeBoer, 215 West Lugonia avenue, Feb. 24, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. DEATHS NOLLS — Died in San Bernardino. Calif., February 22. 1964. Joseph Franklin (Frank) Nolls, 12628 2nd. Street, Yucaipa, Calif., aged 88 years, native of Sulphur Springs, Texas and resident of Yucaipa for 20 years. Deceased is survived by his son: Bethel J. Nolls, Yucaipa; also 3 grandchildren and two sisters, Mrs. Cora Beardcn and California, Feb. 22, 196 Mrs. Bculah L. Thomas, 332 Normandie Court, aged 76 years, native of Texas and resident of Redlands for S months. Deceased is survived by the following children: Mrs. Gene Riddle, Redlands: Mrs. Alton Hacker, Santa Ana; Mrs. I von Pritchett and Mrs. Gene Channel of Corona. Okley Burns, Texas and Clint Burns of Santa Ana, and the following brothers and sisters: Jack Farnham, Corona: Mrs. Maude Thompson. Llano; Mrs. Jessie Lang, N e w Mexico: Mrs. Irene Lamons, Banning, Mrs. Gertrude Picco, Westminster and Mrs. Georgia Chilcott of Los Angeles. 13 grandchildren and 22 great grandchildren also survive. Funeral services will be held at 2 o'clock Tuesday afternoon at the Maternal grandparents, Mr. and .Mrs. Paul E. Jones of Yucaipa. Great grandfather, Mr. I. D.j Cushing of Mentone. j Graveside funeral services will | be held at 10 o'clock Tuesday | morning at the Hillside Memor-i ial Park. Rev. John M. Ta-' hany. pastor of the St. Frances X. Cabrini church, officiating.' Interment in Hillside Memorial j Park cemetery, F. Arthur Cort-| ner Chapel in charge. ! SCOTT — Died in Long Beach, Veterans Hospital, February 22. 1964, James C. Scott, 925: Alta street, Redlands, aged 67 years, native of Clinton, Ontario, Canada, and resident of Redlands for 65 years. ! Funeral services will be heldi at 2 o'clock Wednesday after- 1 noon from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, Rev. John dc Boer Cummings, pastor of Trinity Episcopal church, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 FOR... A BETTER SERVICE AT LESS COST... CALL E. D. HAHN PAINTING & DECORATING LICENSED, INSURED 793-2664 After 5 P. M. Coll 794-1789 NEW IMPROVED! "SLIMU SUPPORT BRIEF ® Mrs. Exer Bearden. both of Sul-JF. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Rev. phur Springs, Texas. I Andrew Young, pastor of t h e Funeral services will be hcldjchurch of the Nazarene and Rev. Tuesday at 11 a.m. at the Em- j. \v. Henry, former pastor of merson Redlands Mortuary] the church will officiate. En- chapel. Rev. Raymond Frump. pastor of the South Gate Church of God officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. McCIemont — Died in Yucaipa. Calif., February 21. 1964. George W. McCIemont, 13060 South Second street, Yucaipa, aged 74 years, native of Canada and resident of Yucaipa for five years. Deceased is survived by his tombment in Hillside Mausoleum. CUSUISG — Died in San Ber- narino. California, Feb. 23, 1964, Kimberley Marie Cushing, 76 Alder drive, Mentone, aged 22 days, native of S a n Bernardino and resident of Mentone for life. Deceased is survived by her About People Janet Sue Epperson, 146 Marcia street, daughter of Col. and Mrs. E. H. Epperson, and a junior in the school of business at the University of Kansas, is among students named on the Honor Roll for the fall semester. Dr. James M. Kenny of Redlands attended the 65th annual Congress of the California Op- tometric Association February 18-22 in San Diego at El Cor tez hotel. White for Spring White is no longer a color worn only during the summer months. It has big play all through the four seasons and will be seen in suits and coats for spring. WILLIAM G. MOORE. Publisher. FRANK C MOURE. Editor. Published every evening (except Sunday) at Facts building, TOO Brookside at Center, Redlands, CalUornla. Founded October 23, 1890, 74th year. Entered as second class matter October 23, 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE j (In Advance) By Carrier Delivery One Month J IJ5" three Months 4.S» Sis Months ».3» One \e»r I6.<« One Month One lc«l ... By Mall _.S U" Announcement of Funeral Services HARRY A. HILL. JR. Body forwarded to Mallory Funeral Home at Stiglcr, Okla., for additional services. MRS. HELEN J. RALAND Body forwarded to Scholl- ings Funeral Home, Mattoon, Illinois, for funeral services and burial. BABY KIMBERLEY MARIE CUSHING Graveside services 10 a.m., Tuesday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. BEULAH L. THOMAS Services 2 p.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. JAMES C. SCOTT Services 2:00 p.m., Wednesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 221 BROOKSTOt «£ • W 2-1*11! 703 BHOOKSIDE AVE, 7?3-2 *-r F.ARTHUR CORTNER Announcement of Services BUTLER, Mrs, Marjorie Private Services were held Yucaipa Chapel McNEELY, Archie E. 11:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel MARSHALL. Mrs. Irene 2:00 p.m. Today Valley Chapel Loma Linda CAMPOS. Frank Z. 7:30 p.m. Tonight Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 8:00 a.m. Tuesday St. Mary's Church NOLLS, Joseph (Frank) 11:00 a.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel McCLEMONT. George W. 1:00 p.m. Tuesday Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park EASTMAN, William Fred 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Valley Chapel Loma Linda M THIS 1 n £v\ e JXT, SINCE V 1SSS " MUNSINGWEAR'S new improved "SLIMU" provides healthful abdominal support, masculine Athletic Support, relieves fatigue and improves posture end appearance. O A COMPLETELY NEW DEVELOPMENT—a waistband with o reiver soft lining—heat resistant, wide, comfortable—will last the fife of the garment. © NEW HEAT RESISTANT TWO-WAY STRETCH ELASTIC ABDOMINAL BAND, soft and gentle; yet firm and strong—stretches when you bend and keeps the garment from riding up or pulling down. © PATENTED HORIZONTAL FLY—won't sag—permits lower abdominal support, © COMFORTABLE, NON IRRITATING TAPED SEAMS. @ PREMIUM COMBED COTTON—guaranteed not to shrink out of fit. © PATENTED MALE SUPPORTER POUCH— o true non-elastic athletic supporter—provides proper, healthful^omfortable masculine support. © NEW, WIDE, NYION REINFORCED LEG BANDS encase a gentle elastic band that encircles the leg and helps hold the garment in position. sizes: Small Medium Large Extra large $195 W. Eugena Mafonc Roy L Gum Everett* J. Fronfcen For GOOD Clothes Since 1922 11 East State St. — Dial 793-2505

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