Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 2, 1964 · Page 5
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Local Nofes On* Chair Appointment Only With Bay Ararda. 4 barbers, free parking. Bill's Barber Shop. 7 W. Colton, 792-8172. City Council Meeting , jj^.^ soaking rain since The Redlands City Council will; jan_ 22 straclc the vaUey in the conduct a regular business'pre-dawn hours today but gave meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. in j way to winds and sunshine by, the Council Chambers at safety'mid-morning. Good soaking arrives during rain night Hall. Planning Commission recommendations will be considered at a 3 p.m. session. Surfboards S49.50. Pratt Bros. Sporting Goods. 651 E. Citrus. Knightt of the Roundtable Installation of new officers and knighting of new members will highlight the noon meeting of the Redlands Knights of the Roundtable tomorrow noon at the Elks Oub. Artists' Supplies Picture framing. Alder's Paint and Art Store. 25 E. State Street, downtown Redlands. Realty Board Redlands Board of Realtors will meet at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the YWCA. Speaker wiU be Louis Seitzinger, comercial supervisor for the California Water and Telephone Company in Redlands. Free Trip to San Francisco when you purchase a '64 Buick of your choice. Get full details ^ ^ at Bert S. Hatfield Buick. E.|of Redlands "from the Forest Redlands Blvd. at 7th. x,Home junction upward. Sr. Citizens League , mountains cast of Red- Califomia League of Senior '^n^s recorded more snow than Citizens will meet at 10:30 a.m.i^^y °^<"^ ^ange. Barton Flats Wednesday in the lOOF hall, 255 East Olive avenue. A speaker will be present and the public is in\itcd. Tomorrow Night in Riverside there will be an explanation of Redlands added .47 inch of new rain today from this latest storm and the mountains piled up another snowfall ranging from 2 to 5 inches. Most of the storm hit after ''Imidnight and before 6:30 a.m. but a sudden flurry about 9 a. m. dumped snow at the Mill Creek Ranger Station and the Greenspot area and covered much of Mentone, Yucaipa and Cz)imesa. with an icy hail or snow. There was enough snow at the ranger station at Br>-ant and Mill creek road to cover the ground in the 45-niinute flurry but it was already beguming to disappear by 10:30 a.m. The Stale Division of Highways reported that chains were required on %Trtually all mountain roads above the 4,000-foot level early today. But by 10 a.m., chains were required only between Running Springs and Big Bear lake, throughout the Lake Arrowhead district, at Wrightwood and on the Camp Angelus highway east Firemen respond to alarms Redlands firemen responded the Dale Carnegie Course and to the following alarms over the the benefits you may be able lo!,...„i.„„j get from it. The place: The 5fis RAINFALL TABLE Sea- Last 24 hrs. son Year Redlands .... .47 8.81 3.19 Mentone 45 10.78 3.76 Yucaipa 47 10JS AS3 Calimesa .... J2 11.01 4.23 Mill Creek ... .46 13.22 5.35 and South Fork both had 5 inches. Camp Angelus 4, Igo's 1, and Forest Home about 3. There was 2 inches at Arrowhead Village and Crestline. 3 inches at Lakeview Point, Fawn- skm and Big Bear, accordmg to Division of Highways figures. Skiers were in their glorj' since 6 inches of snow fell at most ski resorts in the San Ber nardino mountains Friday night to provide a pack for the new snow last night And, according to the Weath er Bureau's five-day forecast, there is still hope for more rain and snow later this week. The nearly half-inch of rain recorded in Redlands today is the most that has fallen in a smgle storm since the .72 on Jan. 22. Fcbruar>', a normally rainy month, didn't come tlirough this year since there were just four 'dusters" on Feb. 12 (.02) Feb. 16 (.03). Feb. 26 (.04) and Feb. 29 (.14). For once, Redlands recorded more than most nearby stations. CDC endorses Dyal for Congress Ken W. Dyal. currently secre tarj- and general manager of the National Orange Show, won the endorsement of the county's Democratic clubs Saturday in his bid for the 33rd district Congressional seat. The endorsement emerged from the CDC county convention held on the Orange Show grounds all day Saturday. And the "3rd district assembly delegates also endorsed the , , . , candidacy of Ray Conatser, San fast-movmg storm moved mtoj Bernardino school psychome- San Bernardino had just .34, Mentone .45 and CaUmesa .32. Beaumont had .30 and Cherrj- Valley .35. Although the rainfall season total of 8.81 for Redlands is far ahead of last year's 3.19 at this time, another six inches must fall before June 30 if the "norm" of 14.72 is to be reached. "Normal" for Redlands as of the end of February is 9.98 inches. LOS ANGELES (UPI) - A Dr. Larson to speak at Community Forum 'Redlands Daily Facts Monday, Mar. 2,19« - 5 Southern California Sunday night and early today, dropped modest amounts of rain and snow, and then began moving on. Scattered snow showers continued during the day over the mountains, where the snow level dropped to 4,500 feet. The storm left .20 inches of rain at downtown Los Angeles with skies clearing by midmom- ing. This brought the season's rain total to 5.68. Tlie state Division of High ways said all major highways through the mountains were open but that chains were required on some stretches. Some mountains, cspedally in the San Bernardino ranges southward, were expected to receive up to si.x inches of snow. sion Inn. The lime: 8:08 p.m. You are inWted to join other Saturday, 10:18 p.m., smudge pots, southeast comer Sylvan success-muided people who will'boulevard and Lincoln. Fires started in orchard heaters by "Requiem" Chorus Books have arrived for prep- Citrus industry to be represented at conference The California - Arizona citrus industry will be represented at a Fruit Har\'csting Conference to be held in Lake A\(red. Florida, starting today by I kids, no damage. _ , Sunday, 7:53 p.m., tree and, araUon of fne chorus Parts of j^a,,, Santa Ana wash west i^"''"' vice-president Verdi s "Requiem,' according! „„„. lin charge of the agricultural de to Wilbur Schowalter, choral di-°f '^oun'y'J'SPOS' rector. Rehearsals will start at al site, assisted by state lores 7:30 this evening in Room 6]|try, no damage. of the Grace SluUen building; on the RHS campus. Both menj c • i i and women .vingers are invited! POOCi ClOSS TO to join the chorus. The famous' "Requiem" is scheduled for performance in early July. Forced Sale — Save 63'.i Mercury JIaraudcr Hardtop. Bucket scats. Multi-Drive meet at Edison company The Adult Education class in Console. 16.000 mi. Power equip-j Foods for Homemakcrs will at- pcd •792-5531. X tend a .special demonstration Most Sell Tuesday, Best Offerl '^"'^^'^sy evening at the Edison '57 Ford, radio, heater. 793-2211,1 Company Living Center with ext. 378 or 792-8429. .\ Jane B. Shaw, Home Econo- Denton Funeral mist, according to Jack Binkley, Funeral services for Mrs. Ara, coordinator. B. Denton were held Saturday j The demonstration will be con- morning at 10 o'clock from thejcerncd with baking and the vari- Temple Baptist Church, wi thjou^ kinds of electrical appU Rev. Aaron Eurich, pastor, of- . • • ficiating. Pallbearers ^ e r e ^ '° ^^''"'S- partment of the Irvine Ranch. Orange County, and Maurice Johnson, chief engineer of the engineering division of the research and development department of Sunkist Growers. Also in attendance will be representatives of the University of California and the United States Department of Agriculture from Yitol Records BIRTHS WRIGHT — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wright (Barbara Jean Van Diest). of Chino, Feb. 21, Park Avenue Hospital, Pomona, maternal grandparents are Jlr. and Mrs. Clyde Van Diest, 1312 Texas street, Redlands. DEATHS ORTEZ — Died in San Bernardino, feb. 28, 1964, Mr. Guadalupe Ortcz, 1135 Columbia .street, Redlands, Calif., aged 79 years, native of Mexico, and resident of Redlands for 63 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 8 a.m., in St. Mary's CathoUc church. Rev. Ricardo Meza, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Riverside and Davis engaged in j LOGWOOD - Died in Redlands, James Hammontree, Harold Moore, Clarence Curry, R. A. Morris, J. D. .Amberson, and Leonard Jones. Interment was in Hillside Slemorial Park. F. Arthur Cortncr Chapel was in charge. Weather This is one meeting of the class for adults in homemaking under the direction of Sally Jo Hatfield. The class regularly meets each Tuesday evening in Room 64 at the Redlands High school campus. Finances for homemakcrs will be the ncvt course starting March 31. Interested persons may .-itill enroll. For further information, phone 793-2235. Deputies liunt murderer S.ANTA FE SPRINGS (UPD- Shcriff's detectives today sought leads in the silk scarf slaying of Sirs. Kathcrync Jordan, a Gl-year-o!d widow. Aa autopsy yesterday showed that the woman's ribs had been broken and her face had been braised. Investigators had found her body in her home Satiirday. — \.\ scarf was knotted tightly I around her neck. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. NOW LEASING . . . 1964 LINCOLN CONTINENTAL ' We are proud to announce our Lincoln Continental leasing program, unparalleled for providing {ine<or transportation tailored to your personal driving needs. Select either Lincoln Continental model — the peerless sedan or America's only 4-door convertible. incorporated LINCOLN — MERCURY — COMET 420 W. Redlands Blvd. 793-2141 research on improved methods of citms harvesting. Heading this group will be Dr. Walter Reulher, head of the department of horticulture at the University of California at Riverside. Long, a member of the Sunkist board of directors, is also chairman of the Califoraia-.-\riz- ona citrus industry harvesting committee which has been engaged in researching improved harvesting operations in the two slates for the past several years. The Florida meetmg will bring together agricultural peo pie from those states where improved har^'csting operations, including practical mechanization, are of vital importance due to tiie scarcity of trained labor. This is particularly trae in the west where growers rely heavily on the Bracero Program, scheduled to terminate the end of this year. To give lunar mission progress report A progress report on the unmanned lunar mission will be given to members of the San Bernardino section of the American Society for Quality Control at its nest meeting on March 18. Last Thursday, the group heard two speciaUzed talks on reliability matters at the Holiday Inn in Montclair. Several residents from Redlands and employes of Lock heed. Aerospace and STL are mvolved in the organization. ABOUT THIS QUESTIOH: My nearsighted boss wants me to go hunting again. Last year I put blanks in his gun is case he mistook me for game. He has bought your $5,000 Hunting Accident Policy costing $3 for each of us. Does this fully protect me, or do still hand him blanks? Calif., Feb. 28.1964, Mrs. Henrietta L. Logwood, 630 S. Wabash avenue, Redlands, aged 11 years, native of New York and resident of Redlands for ?0 years. Funeral services will be Tuesday at 1 p.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel. Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, offi elating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. BERRY — Died in Redlands, .Alarch 1, 1964. Mr. Hezekiah Berry, 1322 Campus avenue, Redlands, aged 55 years, native of Kentucky and resi dent of Redlands for seven years. Funeral services will be held Wednesday at 2 p.m. at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapel. Rev. John D. Foerster, pastor of the First Evangehcal Lutheran church, officiating. In torment in Hillside Memorial Park. It is requested by the Family that flowers please be omitted and those wishing please make donations to the Cancer Fund. QUAID — Died In Calimesa, Calif., March 1, 1964, Kassic jr. Quaid, 34109 Co. Line Rd., Calimesa, aged 75 years, native of Kentucky and resident of Calimesa for 14 years. Deceased is survi^fed by one son, Mr. Harold D. Bailey of Norwalk, and four grandchildren. Funeral services wilt be held| Thursday March 5 at 1 p.m. at the Emerson Yucaipa Jlortu- ary chapel. Rev. Paul Busek, pastor of the Green Valley Bible church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Cemeterj-. McLACHL-AN — Died in Mentone, Feb. 29, 1964, Mrs. Cornelia Anne McLachlan. 1254 Amethyst, SL Mentone, aged 79 years, nafive of Chico, and resident of Slentone for months. Deceased is survived by the following children: Mrs. Margaret Bejma, Mentone; Mrs. Elizabeth Brickta. Palo Alto, D. F. MacLachlan, Mentone, and one brother, Benjamin Buckhout, Menlo Park, Calif. Private funeral services were held Monday at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary chapeL HLNSON — Died in San Bernardino, California, February 29, 1964, Ed L. Hinson, 1143 North 6th street, Redlands, Calif., aged 95 years, native of North Carolina and resident of Redlands for 7 months. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Effie Ella Hinson, trist, to oppose incumbent Be pubUcan Stewart Hinckley of Redlands. Mr. Dyal won the endorse ment for Congress after John Quimby, 72nd district assemblyman, withdrew his bid for the seat after two ballots had been cast. Dyal led both times but did not have the necessary 60 per cent. Quimby, who had announced earlier that he would not run for Congress without CDC backing, was later endorsed by the dele gation for re-election to the as sembly from his 72nd district. Supported Sheppard 5Ir. Dyal, a long-time supporter of reUring Congressman Harry Sheppard and one of the most active workers in the party for many years, had long been considered the logical successor to the Sheppard seat by hard core party members. But his reUgion apparently was a barrier to wholehearted endorsement by the CDC members in the early balloting. Mr. Dyal is a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter - day Sainta (Mormon) and has been very active in his church. There was some feeling that this might hurt his "elect- ability." Mr. Dyal, however, do clared that this was "ridiculous" and later indicated that had reUgion become an issue sharp enough to lose him the endorsement he would have felt it necessary to conduct a cam paign without CDC help. CDC backing does not m any way guarantee a candidate election or even unanimous support of the Democratic party but it does give the candidate the working help of a hard core of faithful party members. And CDC endorsement of one candidate does not preclude the entry of other Democrats into the Congressional race. There are sUll indicaUons that Mayor Donald JIaaldin of San Bernardino and Charles B. La timer, former mayor of Ontario, will become candidates on the Democratic ticket. Seek Nomination Jerry PetUs and V. Dennis Wardle have already taken out nominatmg petitions as Congres sionai candidates onthe Repub Ucan ficket. The CDC convention drew 380 voting delegates but the alternates and guests brought total attendance to near the 500 mark. There were 179 delegates from the 73rd assembly district, including 41 from Redlands. They picked Conatser as assem biy candidate over Bob G. Minick, also of San Bernardino, on the first ballot, 151 to 59. Conatser was Hinckley's opponent two years ago, losing by 585 votes m this district which has a majority democratic registration. Dr. Arthur Larson will speak on the topic "Peace Through World Law—What we are for" on the next Redlands Community Forum Lecture March 4. 7:30 p.m. at the University of Redlands Chapel, according to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. Dr. Larson is Director of the World Rtile of Law Center at Duke University and Consult- at to the State Department on United Nations matters. He is at the University of Redlands Campus giving a series of lec tures March 3 through JIarch under the auspices of the Haynes Foundation. He has written many books on labor law and was formerly an Assistant Secretary of Labor under President Eisenhower. His most recent book is titled A WARLESS WORLD. Other books include WHEN NATIONS DISAGREE, WHAT WE ARE FOR, KNOW YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY. THE LAW OF W 0 R K M A N 'S COMPEN- SA'nON, and A REPUBUCAN LOOKS AT HIS PARTY, He was admitted to the Wisconsin Bar in 1935 and has taught law at the University of Tennessee, Cornell University, and the University of Pittsburg, where he was Dean of the Law School. Dr. Larson attended Oxford University as a Rhodes Scholar, and holds four degrees from Oxford, including the D.C.L. (Doctor of Civil Laws). He is a Fellow of Pembroke College. He is considered one of the most forceful and authoritative speakers on the platform today. DR. ARTHUR LARSON and tearing ideas and men down. He received a Fulbright Award to England in 1952. He is considered one of the top authorities on world law. He als6 ^vill be speaking at the University of Redlands Campus on Tuesday morning, March 3, at 10:00 in the University of Redlands Chapel and also on Monday, March 9, at 7:30 p.m. Dr. Lester H. Phillips, Professor of Government at the University of Redlands, wiU introduce Dr. Larson and will be chairman for the evening. On March U Alfred WoUf will present his all-color film lecture on "Iron Curtain — Bulgaria." There will be no charge to He is fluent, agile and hura-|hcar Dr. Larson. However, per- orous; but he is a positive man and looks at life and world affairs from the standpoint of what we arc for and what we can do, rather than from the familiar position of criticizing Man held after sideswipe on Lugonia avenue ' A 35-year-oH Redlands man was jailed for felony hit-run [driving yesterday after he allegedly sideswiped a car on Lu­ gonia avenue. Police arrested Bruce G. Yarberry. ICS Texas street, about 20 minutes after the 4:10 accident He was scheduled for arraignment in Redlands Justice Court today. Y'arl>erry is accused of sideswiping an automobile driven by Harry S. Rouse of Anaheim, who was westbound MI Lugonia. Yarberry reportedly was traveling east on the wrong side of the road. Rouse's daughters. Teri, 10, and Taina, 6, were taken to Redlands Community hospital. Neither girl was seriously injured, however. A description of Yarberry's station wagon was broadcast to police imits and the stispect was stopped on Colton avenue between Orange and sixth streets. Two teenage girU in the car with Yarberry when he was stopped were questioned and released, police said. sons desiring to register for the remaining four Community Forum lectures may enroll for $1.50. For further information, phone the Redlands Adult Education Office at 793-2236. Redlands police look for mattress thief Redlands police arc on the alert for a couple of "highwaymen" who hijacked a mattress. George Tifverman, 122 Mnlvi- hill, reported to police Saturday that an S80 mattress fell out of a trailer he was towing on East Lugonia avenue near Judson street. He halted his car to retrieve the mattress. But before he could reach it, two men rolled 1-1 jit up, shoved it info the back seat of their own auto and drove away. About People Marine Cpl. Jackie L. Roberts, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mearl Roberts, 1107 East Central avenue, is serving with the First Marine Division based at Camp Pendleton. Dr. Aodia L. Billings, 7S5 Esther way, was among 38 alumni of the School of Dentistry at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, Mo., who received 50- year awards at the 83rd annual meeting of the school's Alumni Association today. First Lieut. Gerald A. Daniel, son of Col. and Mrs. William A. Daniel, 1352 Kevin avenue, has completed a combat opera tions course at the AF .A i r- Ground Operations school at Hurlburt Field, Fla. Michael Theys, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene A. Theys, 12 San Gorgonio drive, was one of 110 students named to the Dean's List at Graceland College, Lam oni, Iowa, last week. The college is sponsored by the Re organized Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints with world headquarters in Indepen dence. Mo. William W. Ahrens has been promoted to airman second class in the US Air Force. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. B. WaUace Ahrens, 13010 Fifth street, Yucaipa, and is an air poUceman, assigned to the 5th Bombardment Wing at Travis AFB, Calif. He is a graduate of Yucaipa High school and at tended San Bernardino Valley College. and the following children: Sons — Otis L. Hinson, Spring VaUey, CaUf.; Wajne Hmson, El Centro; Edward L. Hinson . |Jr., Long Beach; Earl K. Hm- For answers to your in-1 son. El Centro; one daughter: Mrs. \Trginia L. Boyes, Downey surance questions con- Isult Beaver, Wilcoxson & I Davis, Inc., 204 L State St., Redlands. 793-2373. and 10 grandchildren, 16 great­ grandchildren; 3 step great grandchildren and two sisters- Sarah and Jennie Henson, both of -Albemarke, North Carolina; one brother — Tom Henson, Concord, North Carolina. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Wednesday at the Emmerson Valley Mortuary chapel, Rev. Rodney Cogswell, pastor of the Downey First Presbj-terian church, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park. MALDONADO — Died in Redlands, Feb. 29, 1964, Mrs. Timotea C. Maldonado, 1023 Webster street, Redlands, aged 74 years, native of Meii CO and resident of Redlands for 42 years. Rosary will he recited Wed [nesday evening 7:30 p.m. March 4, 1964, at the Emmerson Redlands Mortuary Chapel. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 9 a.m. at the St. Mary's Catholic church. Rev. Recardo Meza. pastor officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Ernest C. Atkinson, graduate of Redlands High school and son of Jlrs. Gwenda I. Atkinson, 152 East Highland avenue, has been promoted to airman second class in the U.S. Air Force. He is assigned to the 4529th Organizational Maintenance Equadron at Nellis AFB, Nev., as a jet aircraft mechanic. : Capt. William L. Nietsch, son of Clarence H. Nietsch, 1356 Kevin avenue, is being reassigned to the Seattle Air Defense Sector at McCord AFB, Wash., following his graduation from the course for U.S. Air Force weapons systems computer-programmers at Keesler AFB in Mississippi. Rex A. Heeseman, 1S42 Via Vista, son of Mr. and Mrs. A.j Heeseman, who is enrolled as a political science major at Claremont Men's College has been promoted to the grade of First Lieutenant in the Army Reserve Officer Traimng Corps. Upon graduation and completion of the ROTC program, he will be commissioned in the Army as a second lieutenant. Rex is a graduate of Redlands High school. Mrs. Logwood dies at age of 71 Mrs. Henrietta L. Logwood, 630 South Wabash avenue, a native of New York and resident of Redlands for 20 years, died here Friday at the age of 71. Mrs. Logwood was the wife of Joseph E. Logwood, Redlands orange grower since they cam--;! here to make their home. She also leaves a brother, Chester Wilson of Rochester, N. Y., and a sister, Mrs. Susan Freestone of Interlakes, N.Y. Senices are scheduled for p.m. tomorrow at Emmerson's Redlands Jlortuary chapel with Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Big crowd at RHS Sadie Hawkins dance "Sadie Hawkins Day" was celebrated by some 350 Redlands High school students Saturday night in an informal dance held in Terrier Hall. Excellent drawings of Al Capp's comic strip cartoon characters along with a green- orange-purple decorations provided an excellent background for "Marrying Sam" to issue marriages licenses to those gals taking advantage of this leap year event. Dancing was held to the ac- companyraent of the "Mark Fives" until 11:47 p.m. Refreshments were brought by the spon soring Girls Athletic Association members and topped one of the most casual and successful social activides on the RJI.S. campus this year.. N.Y. Stocks N'EW YORK (UPD— Stocks crashed through to another all- time high today on heavy volume. The move ended speculation, at least for the present, as to what would happen to the market once the Dow Jones industrial average closed above 800. Today's advance was aided by higher Febniary car output, an eight-month higl for steel production, record January factory orders and the biggest surge in machine tool orders since the mid-1950s. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 807.22 798.05 802.75 up 2.61 20 rr 192.85 190.67 192.03 up 1.29 15 utii 141.68 139.92 140.84 up 034 65 stfc 283.14 279.88 281.64 up 1.11 Sales today were about 5.69 million shares compared with 4.98 million shares Friday. ir. Most Active jlock^ (Dow-Jones Service. Courtesjr Lester. 1:70ns ft Co.) 103 E. SUte Volnme Close Chnr. •iJO.200 190.600 Ill.'tO* I05 .!t0« 7I.S00 -3.400 «(>,70O s:,ioo 46.000 43.4m •l-J.TOO 41 .000 3-.3m 36»D J4.700 RC.\ Chrj-sler Erie Lack. _ Lockheed .StniJebaker Falrb.-Wlilt. Helene Cnrtls ^. RCA (w.L) Beth. Steel CMC Xrroi _ Cont. Air. _ Sper. Kmnd Cerro Weslhse. Elec... 13 . 40S1 . I"i . 6 . 33 H'i .16 iiir.-i. • t", - u - * - I ~ 'i - 'i -r|-i - 'i - u +IH + H -i-t Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 2 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 48s Sis 72s-Us First grade... .3.48 S.08 4.52 3.99 Second grade.. 3.52 3.34 3.08 ItJs T38s T«3s First grade 3.65 3.61 3.56 Second grade 3.00 3.06 Trend: Higher in spots. WnJUAM G. MOORE. PobUsber. FRANK E. MOOKE. Editor. Published every evening (except Suodvi at FacU bulldiix. T<X) Brook- •ide at Center, Bedlands, CalUornU ronnded October a. 1890, 74tb rear. Entered *a second class matter October 33. X8S0. it the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act of March 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION RATE (In Adranc-ei nr Carrier OCUVCTT One MoBtk 1 IJi three Uonths 4.;» Sis Montns «J« One Tcsr —. - --— . 16.40 One Month One resi _ BT Man _S 1J« _ 1«.0« >lnnoiincement of Funeral Services CHARLES SHARRITT BERKLEY Services pending. f. ARTHUR CORTNER 221 BRO0KSIDEWE.*PrM41l >lnnouncement of Services LONEY, Mrs. Joella 10:30 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel McLACHLAN, Mrs. Cornelia A. Private Services Today Redlands Chapel KOHRUMEL, Mrs. Rebecca (Bessie) 2:00 p.m. Today VaUey Chapel Loma Lmda ORTEZ, Mrs. Guadalupe Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Tonight Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 8:00 a..n. Tuesday St. Mary's Church LOGWOOD, Mrs. Henrietta 1:00 p.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel HINSON, Ed. Lcc 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Valley Chapel Loma Linda BERRY, Mrs. Hezekiah 2:00 p.m. Wctinesday Redlands Chapel MALDONADA, Mrs. Timotea Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Wednesday Redlands Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Thursday St. Mary's Church QUAID. Mrs. Mildred 1:00 p.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel NETTLETON, Henry Services Pendmg Yucaipa Chapel GARCLA, Genaro Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 BROOKSIDE AVE. 793-2W

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