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Local Notes Coins! Redknds Toyville has added coin department with all supplies necessary to the collector. Hedlands Toyville. 13 W. State St., (across from Bank of America) Downtown Bedlands. Final 2 Days 50 per cent off all groceries Food Center, U8 E. Redlands Blvd. Fixtures and equipment for' sale. Orange Shew Prices New zig zag sewing machines $64.95, cabinet S20. Bedland Sewing Machine Center. 422 E. State. X Ask About Fret Heircuti — and other services at Phyllis Adair's College of Cosmetology 10 Orange St. Phone 733-2275. Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. Garage Sale Surplus antiques and English funiture reproductions. Over 50 items. Saturday, 9-3.101 E. Sun set Dr. So. Children's Art Show Sunday will be the final op portunity to view the exhibit of children's art in the Lyon gal lery at Smiley library. Hoiu:s are from 2 to 5 p.m. The gal Icry will not be open tomorrow, Horton Funeral Funeral Services for Mrs. Gladys D. Horton were held Thursday at 2 p.m. from Em merson's Redlands chapeL Rev Luther G. Hardy man, pastor of| the State Street Christian church olficiated. Pallbearers were Howard Heidinga, Fay C. Phim mcr, James L. Turner, Joe C, Camp, Howard C. Avery, Fred lleimerL Burial was at Hillside Memorial Park, Emmerson Red lands Mortuary in charge. Woman hurt in car mishap A Bedlands woman was in jured last night when the car in which she was riding struck a parked auto on West Fern avenue near Alvarado street, police reported. Treated at Redlands Community hospital was Chizuko Keane, 441 La Verne street, she was a passenger in a car driven by Terrance Keane of the same address. The accident occurred about 7:50 p.m. Police reported that Mr. Keane's automobile struck a parked car ouned by Sylvan R. Post, Jr., 34950 Michael lane, Yucaipa. The impact pushed Mr. Post's car forward into the rear of another parked car, owned by Harold R. Gilbert, 420 West Fern. Mighty Congo The Congo River, with its mighty tributaries, drains the huge equatorial basin of central Africa and much of the surrounding plateaus. This river system has a total drainage area of 1.450 million square miles. Final weekend Rodeo, Kids Day wind up Orange Show A whirlwind climax high lighted by Kids Day, the Sher^ iffs Rodeo and top flight en tertainers has been billed for the 49th National Orange Show's closing weekend tomorrow and Sunday. This year's Orange Show has so far attracted 218,612 persons — more than 35,000 above the eight-day total of the 1963 citrus festival which established an all-time attendance mark of 332,000. Orange Show officials are hopeful that last year's final weekend figure of 124,257 visit ors will be equaled Saturday and Sunday, thereby setting new attendance record. The last of three Kids Day events will take place tomorrow. Youngsters IS years old and younger will be admitted free. In addition, many of the Ftm Zone rides will be offered at reduced prices. For both kids and adults, the weekend program offers the 8th Sheriffs Rodeo in the Orange Show Stadium. Top cowboy stars will compete for the S2,100 purse with added entry money during the two-day rodeo which starts at 2 p.m. both days. Rodeo competition includes saddle and bareback bronc riding, bull riding, steer wrestling and individual and team calf roping. Special events will be added for the delight of rodeo fans. A giant western parade will precede Sunday's rodeo action. The parade wUl start at noon, moving through downtown San Bernardino to the Orange Show grounds. The annual parade marks the last day of the Orange Show. Professional entertainment in Swing Auditorium tomorrow features Lome Greene, "Pop Cartwright," and Blichael Lan don, "LitUe Joe," stars of the "Bonanza" television series. Their appearances are sched uled for 2:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m Sunday's Swing Auditorium show presents the ageless Mickey Rooney, returned to tie Orange Show by popular de mand. His acts are set for p.m. and 7:30 p.m. Sultry singer Eartha Kitt on the Orange Show bill today, with a final performance 7:30 p.m. Other Orange Show highlights include the Community Citrus Exhibits, the International Ftower and Garden Show, Industrial Art Exhibits, the 4 Junior Fair, the Hobby Show, Military exhibits, the Bock and Mineral Show, the All-California Art Gallery, and the In temational Photography Gallery. Police nab men on check charge Some police investigation puz zles fall right into place, mak ing a quick arrest possible. Such was the case for Redlands police detective Jack Bray, who today was preparing complaints agamst two Col ton men accused of passing at Ica.st three forged checks here and seven others within the county. The suspects were identified as Francis L. Dowling. 21, and Richard G. Key, 18. Det Bray received reports of the forged checks yesterday. All three were passed on March 12. Exiiloiting a series of investigative "breaks," DeL Bray had the suspects identified and in custody before midnight. Dowling allegedly stole three books of personal checks from Mr. and Mrs. Joseph L. Merritt of San Bernardino when he went to their Waterman ave- Larky speaks to Lions Dave Larky of Space Techno! ogy Laboratories was featured speaker at the Redlands Lions club luncheon today on the subject, "Arms Control." Mr. Larky, a resident of Rialto, is an electrical engineer with the Minuteman program at STL and is manager of command and controL He has been with STL smce 1958. Services set for girl crash victim Funeral services will be con ducted in Redlands Monday for Miss Eleanor Montine Banks, 16 year-old Beaumont high school sophomore, who was killed in a one-car accident at the easterly end of San Timoteo canyon road on Wednesday. A native of Scranton, Fa., she had lived with her family in San for Timoteo canyon for the past enue home to make a pickup two years. Her father is asso- ^_ ^ d&iad with the Haskell Ranch. Survivors include her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William G. Banks, two brothers, George and Donald and one sister, Darlene, all of the Haskell ranch in San Timoteo canyon. She is also survived by her maternal grandmother, Mrs. Carrie Conley of Muscoy. The Monday services will be at 2 p.m. from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel with the Rev. Dr. Ivan Bell, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Weather Feb. 20 . Feb. 21 . Feb. 22 . rcb. 23 . Feb. 24 . Feb. 25 . Feb. 26 . Feb. 27 . Feb. 28 . Feb. 29 March 1 March 2 March 3 March 4 March 5 March B March 7 March 8 Mareh 9 March 10 March 11 March 12 Man^ 13 Marcos 1* March 15 March IS March 17 March IS March 19 March 20 ItatDfaU Temp. 24 Sea- Bours son . SS . 63 . 63 . 6S . 63 . 66 . 53 . 6S 69 65 58 _ 55 62 65 66 70 51 64 . 77 . 73 . 82 . S3 . 73 . 77 so SI :!7 46 37 43 33 32 36 43 35 43 33 36 37 46 35 35 34 41 38 46 45 38 41 54 57 46 43 42 .04 8.20 .OS .01 Tr. .12 ssa 8.37 ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "I read that $210,000 was awarded for personal injuries in a single aufo accidenf. Juries now consider loss of the father's earnings over the years, pain and suffering, loss of companionship, plus medical expenses. Is it unrealistic to carry less than $50,000 cr 00,000 liability insurance today?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcexson & Davis. Inc., 204 E. State St., Redlands. 793-2373. Goodwill Industries in San Bernardino. On JIarch 15, a police officer La Fuentc found some of the checks on the front seat of a car while writing a parking ci tation. The officer became suspicious because all the checks, of them, were endorsed and ready to be cashed. The officer confiscated the checks which later were sent the San Bemardmo police department along with a copy the parking Ucket Yesterday, Det Bray made routine query with San Bernardino when three of the forged personal checks were reported to him. He quickly learned of the 27 checks discovered by the La Puente policeman. Using the license plate information from the parking citation written in La Puente, Det. Bray traced the car to a Fontana family. He then learned that the car was actually owned by Dowling and that Dowling was not working, but had recently worked for Goodwill Industries. Now hot on the trail, the detective questioned Mrs. Merritt in San Bernardino to determine if she had given any items to the Goodwill Industries recently. Indeed she had, about the time the checks disappeared. On the strength of this infor mation, the suspects were ar. rested. Dowling was taken into custody at a San Bernardino roller skating rink, and Key on the Orange Show grounds. Two of the local victims reportedly identified the suspects today. COUNTRY CLUB TEA TOMORROW Tea will be ser^•ed fomorow afternoon from 3:30 to 5 o'clock in the dining room of Redlands Country club to members and their guests. Mrs. Sam Knappenberger and Mrs. Eugene VSliite are hostesses for this month's tea. For those interested in an unusual investment.. Have you considered the University of Redlands Ufa Income Contract? YOU MAY BE IN A POSITION TO MAKE A SIZEABIE GIFT WITHOUT SACRIFICE OF CURRENT INCOME AND WITH PROTECTION FOR A SURVIVOR. Ask or write for special descriptive booklet Mr. Gilbert Brown Mr. Jack Cummings Mr. James B. Fox, Jr. Mr. Jack Jensen Mr. Charles O. Pierpoint UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS 7W.J121 Vital Records MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED ALLAN-MULVIHILL — Wiffiam D. Allan, 25, and Mary E. Mulvihill, 20; both Yucaipa. ESTES-BUCHHOLZ — James C. Estes, 25, Colton; and Judith A. Buchholz, 19, Redlands. DEATHS HtlBNEB — Died in Yucaipa, Calif., March 19, 1964. WU- liam L. Hubner, 13063 5th street, Yucaipa, Calif., aged 78 years, native of Germany, and resident of Redlands for 3 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Jlrs. Hazel Hubner of Yucaipa. Private funeral services will be held Saturday at the Emmerson Yucaipa chapeL Rev. Ray Johnson, pastor of the Faith Luthem church, officiating. Cremation at Montedto Memorial Park. MAURER — Died in Redlands, Calif.. March 13, 1964, Arthur R. Maurer, 537 Burr Oak street, Centreville, Mich., aged 66 years, native of Chicago, 111., and resident of Yu caipa for 3 months. Deceased is survived by his wife, Ruth W. Maurer, Centreville, Mich, the following chDdren: Richard Maurer, Three Rivers, Mich; Donald Maurer, Kalamazoo, Mich., Mrs. Carl M. Schiller, Rialto. Calif.; Mrs. WilUam J. Stenrod Jr., SeatUe, Wash.. 13 grandchildren and the following brother and sister: Walter Maurer. WaUa Halla, Mich.; Mrs. Charles Benedix, Benton Harbor, Mich. Funeral services will be held in Centreville, Mich, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge of local arrangements. Traffic group favors stops at South-Ford In a rare exception to traf fic engineering rules, the City Traffic commission yesterday agreed to recommend installa tion of a four-way stop at the problem intersection of South avenue and Ford street. Residents of the neighborhood urged the installation on the ba sis of poor visibility, excessive speed on Ford and traffic haz' ard to school children. Although none of the traffic engineering warrants could be met. Commissioner Richard Lackey said an exception should be made in this case and the oth' cr commissioners agreed. In other agended items, the commission: Ordered a speed check at the mterseclion of Fern and Center after a report that warrants for four-way stop were not met Ordered further study of the Palm-Alvarado intersection and held in abeyance a request for crosswalk at Brockton and Columbia. Recommended that access to the new parking lot on the southwest comer of Fourth and Citrus be via 4lh street rather than Citrus. DeMolay group takes gifts to young children There were some bright smiles and happy faces among the cliildren in the Wesley annex of Juvenile hall in Redlands this week. This spark of e.witement came about because of the boys who belong to the Redlands De­ Molay chapter. As part of theu- special week commemorating the 45th anniversary of DeMolay, the boys collected many articles of used clothing and toys to contribute to the children of Juvenile hall annex. And to add to the supply, they also gave a party earlier this week with admission by donation of trading stamps. With some extra help from then: mothers' trading stamp larder, the boys acquired' a number of new items, including even some wheel toys like tricycles. Making the formal presenta- Uon were Dick Wiley, BiU Holcomb, Terry Harbison, Brian Enarson and Ken LowTance IL Tbey were accompanied by George W. HiUery, adult adviser. Easter Bunny to be on hand H was leanMd en geed aulh- erity today ffiaf tfie E a 11 • r Bunny will pay a visit to Redlands tomorrow. So don't be surprised to tee a man-sized bunny walking about downtown sidewalks and toting a basket of candy egg* for the youngsters. The Easter Bunny will appear about Noon and remain in town until about 4 p.m. Ha will return during the same hours on March 27 and 28, the Downtown Redlands Association premises. Redlands Daily facts Friday, Mir. 20,19M - 5 It's Spring, and nice spring weather too Shrine club in scholarship program Officers and Directors of the Redlands Shrine Club at t h e i r regular monthly meeting m- structed their President Dr. Garald W. Parker to proceed with arrangements for a program sponsoring a scholarship at the University of Redlands which it is hoped can become an annual affair. It was pointed out that this| scholarship could encourage other individuals and groups to lend their support to the U. of R. President Parker appointed Past President Tom Henderson to arrange for a bus trip to Los Now it's official — it's O.K. Angeles on April 18, to attend to use "sprmg fever" as an the regular monthly family show excuse for that lazy feeling. at the .-U Malaikah Temple. For the vernal equinox oc- Mcmbers of the Redlands curred at 6:10 a.m. today. Pa Shrine Chib will have reserved cific Standard Time, to mark seats and will invite all Masons Springtime.' and their families to enjoy this And, while some parts of the treat. Noble Henderson asked nation were experiencing bliz that all requests for tickets be zards and other non-Springlike made through Past President weather situaUons, in Redlands Bill Alder or Past President it was a typical Spring day. Ross Mossman. The temperature was again in . J''li,^^"^%'?°"'"j^,'^r" ? the 70's. The sky was clear and the Redlands Shrme Club will j ^^Qy be held March 28th (one week « • - i. j later than usual to permit shrin- ^ha flowermg peaches and ers and their Ladies to attend Pf"^^ J^PP-fS the Las Vegas Shrine honey- ^" '^.'^ ^''d ^'^u'^ moon Ceremonial) Social hour ™ fi">ry. :30, dinner 7:30 at the Elks Some deciduous trees, such as Club at which all Shriners and maples and elms, are ateady their Ladies are invited to be starting to unwrap their new present upon making reserva- Sreea leaves, tion through Alders Paint and Too, it won't be long until Art Store in Redlands. that real harbinger of Spring, in Redlands at least, begins to N m# CX#»^|»c '"^''^ ''^ presence apparent — • T* OTOCKS the smell of orange blossoms. •Kwr vnPK- fiiPT^ <;tiw.ic^ orange buds are al- i^w ^^n^YJ ~ ""eady s^elUng and threatening closed lower toda.v to burst at any moment to re Steeb were mostly ower as ,^3,^ u ,eir intoxicating aroma, profit takers reaped gams made 3„ 3 U,g^ earher m the week. Armco, McLouth and National suffered 15 f. 1 r losses ranging from fractions HOUltfy OflU COOS to a point or more. Lukens was ^3 ANGELES. March M .UPP - STATE OFFICIAL — Mrs. Helen Nelson, (right) consumer counsel fo Gov. Edmund Brown, addressed a combined meeh'ng of Redlands Soroptimist and Rotary clubs Thursday noon at the Masonic building. At left is Edmund Zander, Rotary president, and AArs. Howard Prescott, Soroptimist president, who presided at the meeting. (Daily Facts photo) the only significant steel gamer, Egu: prices to reuuers tcb. to dij- advancing around 1. ~ ^r .-c ^'^'lSS 'A^t. General Motors retreated A extra large •«3i4-48H. AA larse more than 1 wMe Chrysler and 1.tSSj::Sr1k^^ Ford dropped back around % medium sz^i-ss^. AA smau 20H- apiece. Eastman Kodak re.="^;t^'S ^^^,^^^rAAUrue4B. versed itself and ran counter s7, A large -43-52, AA medium -«5-52. : -1.^ : A medium 47-49. AA smaU 43-47, A the trend m an easier cbemi- sman 40-43. cals section which included loss- of around 1 in Poultry: Trym 17-19, roasters 21- es bide and Du Pont. Tt„;„„ r,, P- "B" type hens 4>i-5 -wtd. a%R Umon Car- 4.83. hens cross 5fe-6'4 ivtd. avg. S.S7 turkeys: fryer roasters 21. young hens 24. young toms over 28 lbs. 71 Oew Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 820.47 810.81814.93 off 4.43 20 rrs 194.44 192.08193.47 up 0.62 15 uU 139.44138.05138.43 off 0.58 65 stk 285.54 282.35 283.71 off 0.88 Sales today were about 5.02 million shares compared with 5.67 million shares Thursday. IS Most ActlTB Stxcki (Doir-Jones Service, Courtesy Leitrr. Eyoni & Co.) :oS E. stale Volame Cla<te Chn;.| Flood control work delays Yucaipa project SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) Flood control problems are still holding up the proposed use of 13 acres on the west side of Jefferson street, north of Avenue 'H," Yucaipa, the County Plan ning Commission was told Thursday. The applicants, C. A. Thomp son, C. E. Janzen and Earl Pickle, asked the commission to delay until next year action on their request for a zone change, from agricultural to multiple residential use, on their property. Neil Pfulb, county planning di rector, said a delay of that long would not be required, as the flood control department's difficulty is due to lack of funds and fimds will become available on July 1, at the begmning of the county's ne.xt fiscal year. The flood control department will be able to make a study of the area then, said Pfulb, so he recommended that the contm- uance of the hearing be until .^ug. 6. The commission agreed, but it did not agree to Pfulb's proposal that some action to be taken in the meantime to determine if the 13 acres imder consideration are suitable for a trailer park, even if all flood control problems are solved. Card of Thanks We wish to express our sincere thanks and appreciation for the kindness and sympathy extended us during our bereavement Mrs. H. 0. Harrawood and Family SQUARE DANCE TOMORROW NIGHT "\Vho Goofed" square dance club invites all square dance's to their dance tomorrow evening from 8 to 11 o'clock in the Masonic hall, 131 Cajon street. "Wild BiU" Foross %TiU be the caUer. Ar BURROUGHS — i 1I7.J00 9i.«oa ;i.»oo cn.ioa si.ooo 50.700 4.!,000 41.S0« 33,<iOe 3i.i«a Lebiili Vsller • Chrysler Crest A. A P.. E.C.A. Glllelle 4i-i Sperry Band IS', Cont. Air. Wi, General Motors 81H Pac. Pet. II Wejt. Elec. SS'i Per* 5SH Xerox M!4 Am. Home Prod. «S NatX DUt. M!i G:a. Tel. * Elec. Z3U —1' - — — -i>i — »i -f-I?. - u aach. Announcement of Funeral Services wnxiAM G. UOORE. Publisbsr. FRANK E. MOORX. Editor. PubMshed every enouic fexccpt Sunday) at Facts buildmg, TOO Brookside at Center. Redlands. CalUomta. Founded October 23. USO. 74Ui year. Entared u neend class matter October 33, J8S0, at the Pott 0(Ucc at Redlands. CalUomla. under act ol March 3. 1878. SUBSCBIPTION RATK (la Advance) By CsRier ttaliwy O DO MoDtb S 1M three HonUo 4.S» Six Months SJa Oao year 16.40 One Month One Veai _ By MaU SKI-BY-NICHT NEW YORK (UPI) — Night skiing is gaining in popularity in New England and other alone, at least eight slopes are areas. In New Hampshire floodUghted. Citrus Market NEW YORK (UPI)-atrus report: California Navels: 3 cars, half boxes $4.58. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap-l pliances will find a ready mar-' ket through aassified Ads. Hillside Memorial Park ENDOWED Alessandro Rood at Sunset Phone 793-4419 LEWIS DAYTON KERNS Graveside services 2 p.m., Friday, at Hillside Memorial Park. MRS. FLORA TILTON RAFFETY Graveside services 3 p.m., Friday, at Hillside Memorial Park. WALTER F. FEL-raOUSE Private services 3:30 p.m., Friday, at the F. -Arthur Cortner ChapeL DOJHNGA MEDINA Rosary services 8 p.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Requiem Mass 9 a.m., Saturday, St. John's Bosco Catholic Church, East Hi^ands. MBS. MARY ALVINA MALEY Services 10:00 a.m., Saturday, at the F. -Arthur Cortner Chapel. BOBBY LEE WILLIAMS Body will be forwarded Monday to Decker Funeral Home, West Memphis, Arkansas. MISS ELEANOR BANKS Services 2:00 p.m., Monday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL f.Anirai CORTNER 1.50 _ IS.Oill Set yoHr House in Order •UL'Ftimi Announcement of Services THURSTON, Cecil D. 11:00 a.m. Today Redlands Chapel BRYANT. Mrs. Alma S. 2:00 p.m. Today Faith Lutheran Church THOMAS, Mrs. Gertrude Ann Forwarded to Corona for Services and Burial M.AXmER, Arthur B. Forwarded to Centerville, Mich., for Services and Burial LINDL, Mrs. Jean 10:00 a.m. Saturday Yucaipa Chapel HUBNER, Wiffiam Private, Saturday Yucaipa Chapel WPPEL, Edward 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Valley Chapel Loma Linda CAMERY. 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