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Local Notes Forced Sale — Save '59 Ford Galaxy and '59 T- Bird. Both with radio, heater, automatic transmission, air conditioning, power steering, power brakes. 793-3610 or 792-6958. x Powers submits low bid for Mariposa unit I Construction of the first Top sirloin dinner SI 85i pl,asc of lhc ncw Mari P osa cIc |fore Trustees tonight, according shrimp or chicken basket, $1.45 I mcntar - v school in cast Red- x! lands moved a step closer last j night when James P. Powers | submitted a low bid of $181,651 224 for the first nine class- Xi rooms. | At the same time, bids were r the extensive site Country Kitchen Specials 1265 Brookside. Ski Sale Pratt Bros. Sporting Goods E. Citrus. Imperial Custom Drapes to Bill Gibson, assistant superintendent for business. The first work on the new Mariposa school will have to be done by the grading contractor. lie has been allowed 50 days !o prepare the site but Mr. Students operate City of Redlands for one day Redlands Daily Facts Tuesday, Feb. 25, 1964 - 5 These bids. too. will come be-.contract requires extensive on-j First hand knowledge of the site preparation work which j workings of city government will not appear in additional !"' as acquired by 28 Redlands classroom construction. [High School seniors who Included in the first project P art in the annual Civic will be the construction of a jP r °S ram t°< ia y vault for electrical power, pro- **"' """ J visions for gas and water sys , terns and the development ofj servc a * mayor and to conduct the sewage system . (septic a took Day Kit Howard was selected by I his fellow City Councilmen to from 10-1. Choose from^'ver'aooJTfabrics !°> )encd ior lhc extensive site;to prepare the site but Mr.jthe sewage system . (sepuc| = •"•Pecial City Council session •-i: t Jjgrading with A. S. Ilubhs of! Gibson said the district has re-|tanks will have to be used since| at 1 :30 P nl Colton submitting a low figure>quested that the contractor con-|the school is outside the city 1 Other members of the Coun- iiu... t . i, w uu ,. SO uu... * !(jf S26 00() ccntratc initially on the areasjlimits.) Construction of a num-:«l « ere Stephanie Chaffee. Lar- Christian Science Reading Room; Recommendations on both where the classrooms will bc;ber of retaining walls is also: 1 ^' Cross. Tom McCutcheon and in .Masonic building. 131 Cajon,!these bids will be submitted to erected. This will permit the a part of this first contract, open to public Monday through School Trustees at their regular building contractor to get on There were eight bids for site Friday from 10-5 and Saturday 7:30 p.m. meeting tonight in tlic:the job as soon as possible. The [preparation, ranging from A. S. x board room. 'district is hoping to have Mari-lHubbs low of $26,000 to a high | In addition to those two bidjposa ready for occupancy next projects, the district al-fall. I so opened bids last night for There were five bidders for old Tom Reedcr. While the Council jof $59,444 submitted by II. Ke- jvari and Sons of Redlands. The isecond low was Jess Hubbs and Lugonia the nine classrooms but nonelSons of Rialto at S34.333. The!responsibilities. - — 1 - • j The Civic Day event was sponsored bv the Y.MCA. Students conducted a morning work session, city department heads. Justice Court officials and the Postmaster were acquainted with their Smith Services Private services for Mrs. El len Sophia Smith were held 2:00:'7 "i'""-" "' m £ I • t ih F Artl r demolition of the p.m. &umia> <u ine r Ar ' mlr ;school building which was was from Redlands. Bids|only other Redlands bidder was former t-napci. witn inc Ke\. , !c(J , )y fjrc , wo monlhs ago. ranged from the Powers low of!Matthews company at S34.900 ijauo biike oi ine rirsi lsap -i T)lc sjx 1)i( i s ran „ P(1 from a S]S i. 2 24 to a high by E. j There was an extremely wide list cnurcii, oiiicia ing. ^ r e' na ; mimls S v 2 by „ K evari of Red- ; W. Scott of Riverside at $199,-1 variation of bids for demolition lion fol owing at Mt. \iew Cem- , | , d L . hool b iM _ ctery at San Bernardino. „ . , , _ ... r „. . , • „, ., „ ,. J (Ralph J. Grill of Riverside. The middle three were James uigs. Treasure Tones Paint, Park Free; The Kevari hid means that ;C. Coffin, Yucaipa, $184,975; R.{ While Kevari offered to pay Shop at Larry's Paint Housc.jthc firm will actually pay the!P. Bidney, Colton. $188,444 andjthe district for the demolition. Winn Bldg.. Colton at OrangeJ school district $32 for allowing II a r t m a n Construction com-jthe second lowest bid was a We give S.&II. Green stamps! x- him to have the demolition con-•pany, San Bernardino, $190.950.; cost to the district of $6,745 subtract. Hartman is currently building imitted by Robert Mudge of San j 20 Per Cent Off All Groceries, Thc building, located at Lu-21 classrooms at Smiley, Lu-!Bernardino. Food Center. 118 E. Redlands „, jnja am , 0ran „ e _ js ol brick gonia, Crafton and Kimberly. ! The third lowest bid was al-jof City Hall and of Safety; Blvd. Fixtures and Equipment cons!n , c( j on 3 ,„i most „/ D , p .M r Gibson explained that most double, $12,840. by Prcsco for sale. X | bricks would be salvageable by while these bids seem some- 1 Building Materials of San Ber! I he contractor. what high for classrooms, thejnardino. participating were selected by their classmates. Selection of the mayor was announced at the afternoon Council session. A special agenda for the meeting included | the consideration of a number of rcsoluitons. i During the morning, the sfu-j dents were conducted on a tour' We're Anxious To give you the best deal of your life the next 5 days on a n e w Mercury or Comet. Our "Trip To Paris" contest ends February 29. Jim Glaze Inc. x Safari film to be shown at F&G ciub An African safari captured on Joan Baei Program Although the Thursday eve• ning concert by folk singer Joan Baez in t'R Memorial fj| m w j[] | )L . .shown tomorrow chapel appears to be a sell-out. evening at the Redlands Fish tickets remain for her hour-lonn, an( | (; a mc Conservation Associ- afternoon program at RedlandsUtion meeting in thc Security High school, from 4 to 5 in Clock auditorium. Tickets are available at the high school office. McNeely Funeral Funeral services for Archie E. McNeely were held Monday at 11:00 a.m from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel. Rev. James Stearns, pastor of the Trinity Baptist church officiated. Pallbearers were: Edwin R. Nate) bory, Jeff Hudson, Harvey W Walker and Truman Griffith Burial was at Hillside Memor First National Bank's Community Room. The film, shot by San Bernardino auto dealer E. G. Price, has never been shown to any club group. The meeting starts at 7:30 p.m. ,Yc Stocks — Stocks CNG in spring mobilization exercises Redlands area National Guardsmen were called away from their homes and jobs last night to carry out Operation Spring Fever. The operation was a statewide alert to test the National Guards ability to mobilize in the event of an emergency. Officers and enlisted men of Company C. Second Mechanized Infantry Batalion, headquartered pt the Texas street armory in Redlands began assembling shortly after 7 p.m. Other Redlanders reported to NEW YORK UPI were erratic today. ; The Dow Jones rail average j moved up close to a new all- ial Park. Emmerson Redlands'time high but lost most of its Mortuary in charge. j Sain at the close. Baltimore &"nits in San Bernardino and ! Ohio and Louisville & Nashville! Bann 'iR- The Second Mechan! retained most of their strength j ize(1 Infantry Battalion is com;but Chicago & North Western'manded by Lt. Col. John C. ; Evleth. State health official here in rabies hearing At 3 p.m. in thc City Coun• cil Chambers of Safety Hall tomorrow a state health official will open himself to questions relating to rabies control and dog leash law enforcement. State Public Health Veterinarian George L. Humphrey has accepted an invitation to attend the public hearing on local rabies control measures. The public is urged to attend the hearing and to ask questions. The City Council authorized the public meeting so that local residents could get first hand information on why rabies control and leash law enforcement are necessary in Redlands. COUNCIL CAUCUS — Consideration of items on their ofternoon agenda occupied the youth City Council this morning during the annual Civic Day program in which Redlands High seniors become acting city officials. Kit Howard (seated center) was named mayor by his fellow Councilmen (back row standing) Larry Cross and Tom Reeder and (seated) Stephanie Chaffee and Tom McCutcheon. (Daily Facts photo) r .i ;„ v.™, ' Earl - V strength in the rails re- 1 The Redlands unit — Coming from the instructions. Mon-. n ^ a puWishcd report tha , pany c _ js commandcd by Lt FOLLOWS INSTRUCTION MARION, 111. (UPI)-A Mem- !case( , Qn fit phis, Tenn., man. never deviat-i Mon-' an application; lhp carrjcrs arc , recouping anion E 'great deal of the freight they;— iliad lost to trucks and boats. 1 It also was triggered by a prediction from a rail industry 1 spokesman that there is no reason to expect a strike now I that the law banning walkouts ; has expired. day returned blank to "Appropriate County Clerk. Williamson County, Illinoi Weather Daniels. Supervisors change sales license plan Vital Records Jan. 25 67 Jan. 26 38 Jan. 27 70 Jan. 28 70 Jan. 29 70 Jan. 30 70 Rainfall Temp. 24 Sea- Hours ion Jan. 31 . Feb. 1 Feb. . Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. Feb. 14 Feb. 15 Feb. 16 Feb. 17 Feb. 18 Feb. 19 Feb. 20 Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 2:1 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 78 78 70 73 63 64 . 70 . 75 . BO . 80 82 . 09 . G5 . B4 . HI . (il . m 69 69 55 36 36 33 33 39 40 42 41 37 40 37 41 33 40 37 40 41 39 34 41 35 40 43 37 43 8.13: j Dow Jones Stock Averages I High Low Close Chgs. 130 ind 800.54 792.96 796.59 Off 0.53 [20 rrs 190.42 186.87 189.13 up 1.19 llo utl 140.91 139.54 140.48 up 0.08 j 65 stk 280.65 277.36 279.24 up 0.35 i Sales today were about 5.42 I million shares compared with 1 5.63 million shares Mondav. i | 1". Must Artivr Sti>rk« (Dow-Jonr* Srrvicr-, Courtly Lestrr. Kvons A t'o.) ?(>5 L. State BIRTHS MOSER — Born, a son. to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Moser, 12523 Fourteenth street. Yucaipa. Feb. 25. 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. HOFFMAN — Born, a son. George Cady, to Mr. and Mrs. Harland H. Hoffman (Kate Cady) of New York City, Feb. 24. 1964. in New York. Maternal grandparents are Dr. and Mrs. George J 1351 Stillman avenue. Pa-i ternal grandmother is Mrs William J. Hoffman of Green Lake, Wise. . Volume . 11 :o..-.iin 8.16' lo:i.-;mi j ".WW ...| iil.';»o ..I .18.1110 .'•S.OilO I 5I.3IHI ( KIO i ;>i.:.mt > I ;.I;I"> — ; t^.:t «Pl» • :it. •-•(«! ! :t:.MM( ' ui.son Sjirrrv Kand F.rif Lark. Cont. Air. West. tlrr. St. Oil Cal. K .C .A. <>vi) n .c .A. Chrvslrr •trail Iff <irn. Dynamics I'rnna. R.R. Chi. Mil. St. r. Grn. Motors Mohasco Amrr. T. & T. Close Chn; IS :i "i SAN BERNARDINO (CNS>- A change in thc county law to allow door-to-door sales for charitable and religious purposes without payment of S50 f o r a county license was ordered Monday by the Board of Supervisors. The action was taken upon the plea of Rev. Herbert W. Jones, of Rural Missions, Inc. Jones said his organization shows colored films of biblical scenes in remote areas of the Cadv l count y an d se " s religious ar• 'Itides door-to-door to finance the deficits that invariably result | from the shows, i The ncw law will give thc i county power to waive the li- llall. The young city officialsi and their adult counterparts gathered at the Elks Club at noon for a Civic Day luncheon.} Students taking part in addition to members of the City Council were: j Mike Malonc, city manager; | Deidrc 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, Parents and friends of sonip,putcr." Mike Rogers, son of Matthews, city clerk; Lynda' 150 Cope junior high eighth and!Mr. and Mrs. Don Rogers, Clarke, city treasurer. j ninth grade science students] "Electroytic Cell" Danny MacDonald. superinten-lwill be visiting the multipurpose! dent of building and safety:, room from 7 to 9 p.m. tonight | Kenneth Hawkes, son of Capt. Chris Leathy, cemetery super-[to view thc creative exhibits in an( l intendnet; Tim Hales, disposalithe 7th annual Science Fair, superintendent; Michael Larsen, Seventh annual Science Fair at Cope Junior High director of finance. Mrs. E. G.Hawkcs, "Marine Biology."' Pete Templcton, Forty of the exhibits earned; son of .Mr. and .Mrs. John Tem- special" plaudits from the judges I pleton, "Contour Model." Brooke Hudlow, postmaster: j who awarded 10 places in cachj Tonight's open house at the Joyce Cranmer, justice court jof 1st, 2nd, 3rd and honorable' judge; Don Battersby. fire] mention categories chief: Bill Brandenbcrger, of police. chief First winners are Mark Miles. Science Fair is open to the public. Names of second, third and Ray Hurt, director of vetcr- !MileSi "Comparison of Tobacco ans affairs; Vincent Zettler,!Residue." Bill Webb, son of planning director; Scott Show-Uj r . arl( i jt rs . Wells Webb, ler, city attorney; Lynn Dannel-| •'Calorimeter." of .^ Ir - 3,1(1 5Ir . S- „ f j3rry 'honorable mention winners will be published in tomorrow's ly, city librarian and Enarson, constable. Bryani I Paula Miller, daughter of Mr °'jand Mrs. P. M. Miller. "Com Announcement of Funeral Services MRS. HELEN J. RALAND Body forwarded to Scholl- ings Funeral Home. Slat- toon. Illinois, for funeral services and burial. BABY KIMBERLEY MARIE CUSHING Graveside services 10 a.m., Tuesday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. BEULAII 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. SEWARD E. KANADY Services 11:00 a.m., Thursday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. f. ARTHUR CORTNER Announcement of Services CAMPOS. Frank Z. Requiem Mass: 8:00 a.m. Today St. Mary's Church NOLLS. Joseph 1:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel McCLEMONT, George 1:00 p.m. Today Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park EASTMAN, William Fred 2:00 p.m. Today Valley Chapel Loma Linda LOPEZ, Mrs. Addie M. Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 10:00 a.m. Thursday Sacred Heart Church Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels MARRIAGE LICENSES j cense for bona fide door-to-door ISSUED (salesmen for religious and char RfSSELL-GROSS — Claude E.'itablc groups. Russell. 72. St. Louis. Mo.:' and Lois Marie Gross, 59, Yucaipa. (Issued in Las Vegas): MERR1TT-SUMMERS — Robert Steel Merritt, 43, and Marjorie J. Summers. 42; both Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) ANDREWS-SANDERS — Thomas K. Andrews, 47, Calimesa: and Dorothy J. Sanders. 38. Yucaipa. (Issued in Las Veg- asi CONRAD-MEIER — Franklin Kimball Conrad, 26, and Gaitha E. Meier, 24; both Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) MEARS-MEARS — Thomas B. Mears. 48, re-married Merl Jeannette Mears, 53; both Redlands. (Issued in Las Vegas) BARBER-LOPEZ — Michael D. Barber, 30, Rialto; and Lucille Lopez, 21, Redlands.ds- sued in Las Vegas) DEATHS KANADY — Died in Redlands. Calif.. Feb. 24. 1964, Seward E. Kanady. 24 West Colton avenue, aged 92 years, native of Canada, and resident ofj Redlands for 76 years. Funeral services will be held at 11 o'clock Thursday morn -i ing from the F. Arthur Cort-j ner Chapel. The services will be conducted by the Officers of Redlands Lodge of Elks 583. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. LOPEZ — Died in Mentone, Calif.. Feb. 24, 1964, Mrs. Addie M. Lopez, 926 Monterey, Redlands, Calif., aged 85 years, native of Los Angeles, Calif., and resident of Redlands for 18 years. Requiem Mass will be Thurs day, 10 a.m. in Sacred Heart church, Rev. Henry W. Keane pastor, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. S. E. Kanady passes away at age of 92 The oldest living member the original volunteer Fire Department of Redlands, Seward E. Kanady, died here yesterday at the age of 92. He was a native of Canada and came to Redlands 76 years) —Representative prices by size ago. For more than 40 yearsjand grade all orange auction he was employed by the Cityl markets: of Redlands in thc water de Facts. Henry Bonin. son of Mr. and Mrs. John Bonin, "Bacteria." David Miller, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don B. Miller. "The Bug Battery." Chris Loizeaux. son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Loizeaux. ••Telescope." Scott Ghormlcy,! of " Mrs . J. H. (Josephine) Iahn "Thc Galvanic Reaction." j Jr m Monterey s(rec t. died Mother of Mrs. Iahn dies at 85 Mrs. Addie M. Lopez, mother WHERE THERE'S FIXE THERE'S SMOKE Citrus Market LOS ANGELES. Feb. 25 (UPI) 56s 72s 88s 113s First grade ...4.62 4.38 3.65 3.49 [Second grade.3.15 3.10 2.94 2.85 partment. Mr. Kanady, whose home was at 24 West Colton avenue. was a member of the Redlandsj 138s 143s 180s Elks lodge. Officers of the lodge; First grade 3.29 3.51 3.18'son Mortuary chapel, Brookside will conduct his funeral serv-| Second grade 2.78 j avenue and Center street, Re- yesterday in Mentone at thc age of 85. Mrs. Lopez was born in Los Angeles and was baptized in the historical old Plaza church' in that city. For thc past 18 years, she made her home in Redlands with her daughter and son-in-law. In addition to Mrs. Iahn, she leaves one sister, Mrs. S. D. Jeffers of Los Angeles. Rosary will be recited tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the Emmer- Fire is an obvious peril. But smoke, too, can be damaging. Does your present home office insurance protect against this and other important hazards? Check with us. We will be glad to compare your present insurance with the broad coverage of an iEtna Casualty Homeowners Policy. ices Thursday morning at 11 o'clock in the F. Arthur Conner chapel. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. He leaves no surviving relatives. quiem Mass will be celebrated at 10 a.m. Thursday in Sacred Heart church by the pastor, p 0r t : ; Rev. Henry W. Keane. Inter- California Navels: 7 cars, halflment will be in Hillside Memor- boxes S3.61. iial Park. Trend: Steady. NEW YORK (UP!)—Citrus re- Sawyer, Cook &Cc REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Insurance & Surety Bonds 12 W. State Phone 79-3-2814 Xtprmnting: -CTNA CASUALTY AND SURETY COMPANY Hartford 13, ComiKtkvt SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads A HELPING HAND FROM REDLANDS FEDERAL in the realization of your dream come true — a home of your own. Sound financial guidance and a loan for home building, home buying or home improvement await you at any of our four offices. f ^llli ^.JrCtf 221 BflUOKSrPE KiL'Pf 2-IfU I 703 BROOKSIDE AVE_ 7?3-2 <4' TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap^ plianres will find a ready market through Classified Ads. SAVINGS & LOAN ASSOCIATION Redlands Home Office Fifth St. & Citrus Av*. 793-2391 Fontani Branch 8401 Wheeler Ave. 875-0902 or 822-2256 Yucaipa Branch 35034 Yucaipa Boulevard 797-0181 Beaumont Branch 725 Beaumont Avenua 8454151

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