Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 23, 1964 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Local Notes Coins! Redlands ToyiJUc has added a coin, department with all supplies necessary to the collector. Redlands ToyviUe. 13 W. SUte St., (across from Bank of America) Downtown Redlands. x Sherwin-Williams PainU Alder's Paint and Art Store, 25 E. SUte St., 792-3355. x Realtors Meeting Redlands Board of Realtors will meet at 8 a.m. Wednesday at the YWCA. Speaker wiU be Joseph W. Enarson of the South em California Edison Company whose topic will be "Industrial Progress in Redlands". Carole Kinsey Is Now At Helen's House of Beauty. 233 E. State, 792-5147. x International Daily Newspaper The Christian Science Monitor is sold • at Christian Science reading room. Masonic hldg. 131 Cajon street, Olive Ave. Market, Post Office, Sage's and U of R Book Store. s Easter Bunny Headquarters Big storm in. rain to brings .82 Redlands The first real storm since Jan uary moved into Redlands and the rest of Southern California late yesterday turning spring in to a winter spectacle in t h e mountains where as much as 18 inches of snow was on the ground early this afternoon and more was falling virtuaUy everywhere. " And, for Uic first lime this year, there was a possibility that snow could even fall in Redlands. The Weather Bureau is forecasting continued rain tonight with showers tomorrow— but with a minimum temperature of 29 degrees tonight in coldest locations. By 2 p.m. today, the official Redlands rainfall for the storm was .82. bringing the season to 9.81. But there were even great er amounts unofficially recorded at the higher elevations of the city. At higher elevations, but not conditions were reported univcr sally excellent. Redlands public school students were not sharing in the jubilance, however, since spring vacation here does not start for another two weeks. But Univcr sity of Redlands students are off for the week. There was some consolation for local students since the thou- at Winn's. Marvelous E a s t e Ti^^^^^ higher, there was a flood gifts for children, cosmetics {or^^f ^ai, in calimesa just before your favorite gal. Russell Stov cr Candies for everyone. Winn's Drug Store, Cor. Colton & Orange, Free Parking, Free Gift V.'rapping, S&II Green Stamps. Garage Sale Decorator Sofa: Sheraton bedroom set; pink bedroom rug; miscellaneous items. 101 E. Sunset Dr. South, 792-4236. x Junior High Burglary An electric drill and three screwdrivers were stolen from the wood shop at the Redlands Junior High School during the weekend, police reported today. The burglars forced open four tool cabinets as well as a door to a storage room. Malay Services Funeral services for Mrs. Mary A. Maley were held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Jack Mottweiler. noon and at the Slill Creek ranger station there was a heavy snoH' shoHcr at the same hour. The State Division of Highways reported at l:30s).m. that chains were required on all mountain roads above the 5,000- foot level and that fog and heavy snow were making all mountain driving hazardous at that time. East of Redlands, it was possible to get to the bridge below Forest Home without chains but no farther. There was three inches of snow at Igo's and up to 14 inches at Camp Angelus and still snowing. Both the California Highway Patrol and the sheriff's office reported that yesterday was a "miserable" one in the mountains since there was a rash of minor accidents. Most of these were caused because people were caught in the mountains RAINFALL TABLE Sea- Last Storm son Year Redlands ... .82 9.81 «.8S Mentone .... .95 12.14 7.71 Yucaipa .... \M 12.14 8.18 Calimesa .. 1.11 12.40 6.U Mill Creek .. U3 15.25 9.18 sands who migrated to beach resorts for the holiday were finding it cold and miserable, with water temperatures standing at 51 degrees. The Weathr Bureau said that today's rain will become showers tomorrow and that Wednes day should be fair and warm er. Some gusty winds are also expected today and tomorrow. LOS ANGELES (UPD-Here are some rainfall and snow depth figures for Southern CaU fomia as prepared by the U.S. Weather Bureau: Rain: San Bernardino .83; Colton .89; Redlands .82; Rialto l.ll; Fonlana 1.33; Big Bear 2.76; Lake Arrowhead .96; Etiwanda 1.63; Ontario 1.52; Up land 2.00; Chino 1.09; Riverside .62; Rincon 1.40; Little Rock .40; Big Tujunga 2.23; Newhall 1.05 and Jfount Baldy 2.30. Snow: Big Bear 18 inches. Running springs 13 inches. Lake Arrowhead 12 inches, Cajon Summit 4 inches, Wrightwood 10 inches, Idlcwild 12 inches, Camp Angeles 14 inches, Rin con \i inch, Crystal Lake 16 inches, ig Pines 12 inches. Pine Canyon 8 inches. pastor of the Free Methodisti"'""""l Ih^'r chains and had Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Claire Prescott, Paul L. Swisher, Ed Sovilsky, and James Meyer. Interment was in Montecito Memorial Park. Menlone Democrats Mentone Democratic club will meet on Wednesday this week, instead of the usual Tuesday, at 7:30 p.m. in .Mentone Women's chibhouse. Speaker for the evening will be Alvin L. Short, candidate for supervisor. Oranges Grew Poorly In the month ending March IS navel orange growth at East Highlands was below normal by .11 of a packing size. Navels were below normal size by 1.76 packing sizes at that measurement. Valencia growth was also subnormal, by .13 of a packing size and the fruit is below normal for this date by 1.68 packing sizes. Robert F. Jennmgs of East Highlands Orange company made the mcasurcraenls. Medina Services Requiem Mass was held for Mrs. Dominga Ortiz Medina Saturday morning at 9 o'clock from St. John Bosco Church. East Highland, with Rev. Anthony Lozinski officiating. Pallbearers were Felix M. Alvarado, Vic- M. Chavez, Robert M. Hernandez, Martin M. Hernandez, Ralph Medina, and Rito 1^1. Chavez. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel was in charge. trouble getting back down. For tliousands of ski fans in Southern California, this storm is "just what the doctor ordered." .Many schools in the south­ land arc closed for Easter vacation and students were reported flocking to ski resorts where LOS A.\GELES (UPD—Rain- caused mudslides today threatened foothill areas that only last week were the scene of giant fires fed by tinder-dry brush covering arid hillsides. Nearly an inch of rain fell in the Los Angeles area Sunday from a powerful storm that also Forest menace brought snow to mountain areas. More rain was predicted for today. As the rain fell on the fire- denuded foothills to the north and • east of here, mud began sliding down the unprotected hillsides into neighborhoods below. Police and firemen joined homeowners in building sand bag barricades to stop the on slaught of mud and water. At least one backyard swimming pool in the Eagle Rock area was filled with the flowing mud. Residents of about 20 homes in the foothills of the Verdugo Mountains evacuated their houses as the threat increased. In the foothills above Glendale. a car was reported floating down a street in floodwaters. Major fires blackened a total of 11,600 acres early last week in foothills overlookmg the communities of Eagle Rock, Pasa dena, Glendale, Burbank and Granada Hills, destroving at least two dozen homes and causing damage estimated in the millions of dollars. It was a reminder of the dis astrous Bel .•\ir fire of Novcm her 1961, which also was foUow- ed a few days later by heavy rains and devastating mudslides on fire-ravaged hillsides. A number of roads and streets in fire-damaged areas were ordered closed Sunday night be cause of the rain and mud that filled intersections and threatened entire neighborhoods. Vital Records YCC members join battle against insects Trainees at the state's pilot Youth Conservation Corps Camp at Oak Glen will join the battle against insect infestation in Southern California forests. Their initial objective is the California Division of Forestry's new Youth Camp Program at Oak Glen. Mace said, "This will provide these young men with new job experience opportunities to better prepare them Knights of the Roundtable The Redlands Knights of the Roundtable will hold its third annual Ortorical Contest during its noon meeting at the Elks Club tomorrow. Students in public speaking classes at Redlands High School will compete in giving talks on the topic, "Free Enterprise, American Free dom." SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads Mt. San Jacinto State Parkljn developing good work traits north of Idyllwild in Riversidei^^d attitudes." R. E. Green, County. A cooperative forest m-jsjjjp forest Ranger and Direct- sect control project was to haveigj. Q^J . gj^g Youth Camp, been launched today, but b a djppjnjpj that this project will weather may have delayed the provide some unique work cxpe- work. ricnces, in that the job sites are The project was announced beyond the reach of convcntion- jointly today by Keith Caldwell, al travel, with one job site lo- • ~ • " - . • '"'cated in the high country wilderness area of the Park. The Trainees will travel and transport their equipment on foot, by four wheel - drive trucks, by horseback, and by way of the Palm Springs Aerial Tramway. The high country camp will be located at the Ranger Station in Long Valley. This camp will be equipped with power saws, axes, chemicals, spray cans, food, cooking utensils and sleeping bags, all transported on t h e tramway. Foresters of the California Division of Forestry have spent this last week orientating and training the Youth Tramee crews and their Forestry lead ers on basic phases of forest insect control. All project work will be under joint supervision of the Division of Beaches and Parks and the Division of Forestry. '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 dam-i ages and $250 in medi-j cal payments caused by accidents on the farm; premises, or by any member of the household on or off the farm?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wiicoxson &i Davis. Inc.. 204 E. State! St„ Redlands. 793-2373.! State Park Superintendent in charge of Mt. San Jacinto State Park, and Truman Holland. State Forest Ranger in charge of Riverside County for the Call fomia Division of Forestry. This work will be codnucted by trainees fi-om the Division of Forestry's new Oak Glen Youth Camp at Pine Bench, seven miles east of Yucaipa, and will take four to five weeks to complete if dry weather conditions prevail, Caldwell and Holland added. This project is similar to those conducted in 1960 and 1962 on the Park in an effort to control this insect infestation. Control is difficult during drought conditions, as the trees are in a weakened state and not capable of; resisting insect attacks. There are three localized areas in te Park where Pine Engraver and Western Pine Beetles are attacking Coulter, and Pondcrosa Pine, and the infestation in these areas is severe. Project objectives are to,' control the insects to prevent! LOS ANGELES. M.rch =3 < UPI, _ their spread to other areas. Ejrss: Prices to reuiiers f.o.b. to di$Ide decision was made D>,higher.: AA extra l.rce 46"i,-50'j. James K. Mace. Deputy StateiA e.-^tra ursc 45 'i-48w. AA Urse Forester for Southern Califomiajg .^l^.r. lA "me<i1im "l4'T ;-S.l "'A to use Youth Trainees from the S?^'"!" PriCM to consumers: AA laree 4858. A large 48-54. AA medium 4S-J4, ;A medium 47-49. AA small 43-47. A ismaU 40-43, ; Poultry: Frj-ers 17-19. router* 21;25. light type hens 4H-5 wtd. avg. 14.79. hens cross 5 'i-« wtd. avg. 5.67: I turke}-s: tryer roasters 21. BIRTHS WINNINGHAM — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Winningham, 477 East County line road, Calimesa, March 22, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. WIDLUND — Bom, a daughter, to .^Ir. and Mrs. Fred Wid lund, 2143 Nice avenue. Men tone, March 22, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. LOOS •— Bora, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loos, 996 West Nicolette street. Banning, March 22, 1964 at Redlands Community hospitaL WEAVER — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. John Weaver, 25203 Starr street, Loma Linda, March 22. 1964, at Red lands Community hospital. SCHOENY — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Schoeny, 120 South Buena Vista street, .'ilarch 23, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. GARNER — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Garner, 569 West Hoffer street. Banning, March 20, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. Poultry and Eggs For those interested in an unusual investment.. Have you considered the University of Redlands Life Income Contract? YOU MAY BE IN A POSITION TO MAKE A SIZEABLE GIFT WITHOUT SACRIFICE OF CURRENT INCOME AND V/ITH PROTECTION FOR A SURVIVOR. Ask or write for special descriptive booklet Mr. Gilbert Brown Mr. Jack Cummings Jlr. James B. Fox, Jr. Mr. Jack Jensen Mr. Charles 0. Pierpoint UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS 793-2121 Weather Feb. 21 Feb. 22 Feb. 23 Feb. 24 Feb. 25 Feb. 26 I Feb. 27 lUlnfaU Temp. 24 Sea- Eours ton . 55 . 65 . 69 . S3 . £3 . 6« . 5S . 65 . 69 . 65 . 53 . 55 . 62 . £5 March 10 _ 66 March II 70 ... 51 - 6* _ 76 Feb. 28 _.. !Feb. 29 .._ March 1 .March 2 March 3 , March 4 .March 5 . March 6 March 7 March March March 12 March 13 March 14 March 15 March 16 March 17 March 18 March IS March 20 .March 21 March 22 March 23 ._ 73 _ S2 .. _ S3 73 - 73 63 . _ .12 47 37 37 4« 37 43 33 32 36 43 35 43 38 36 37 46 35 35 34 41 38 46 ts 41 54 51 46 45 42 40 40 42 .04 8J0 .14 SM .05 .01 Tr. .12 .01 .51 SE8 8.87 S.99 DEATHS GARRISON — Died in San Bernardino, California, March 22, 1964, Mrs. EUrida Leah Gar rison. 915 East High avenue, Redlands. aged 71 years, na live of Grecnsburg, Indiapa, and resident of Redlands for 40 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, Rev. Loyd Reece, pas tor of the First Assembly of God Church officiating. Private interment in Hillside Jlemorial Park. CAMERY — Died in Yucaipa, March 20, 1964, lone Camery, 12650 California streei, Yucaipa, aged Si years, native of New York and resident of Yucaipa for 12 years. Deceased is survived by her brother, C. Arthur Murphy, Hartford, Michigan. Funeral services will be held .Monday at 1 p.m. at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapel. Rev. Peter Wallace, pastor of the St. Albans Episcopal church, officiating. Cremation in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. GOODPASTURE - Died in Yucaipa, March 20, 1964. Robert Henry Goodpasture, 12606 5th, Yucaipa, aged 92 years, na live of Kentucky and resident of Yucaipa for 17 years. Deceased is survived by the following children: Rev. Leona Goodpasture of Long Beach; Mrs.Velma Starksen of Conoga Park; Mrs. Lenora Gentry, Brc merton, Washington; Mrs. Leah Jliller of Atisco, Indiana; Mrs. Verda Ross, Yucaipa and the following sister: Mrs. Elizabeth Edwards, Alexandria, Indiana; 9 Grandchildren and 5 Great- Grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Assembly of God Church, Yucaipa, Rev. Harold Fisher, pastor of the First Baptist Church of Cal imesa, officiating. Interment in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery, Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. Dunlap group wants to stay out of Yucaipa A definite calling for exclusion of the Dunlap Acres area from the proposed incorporation of the Yucaipa valley has been taken by the Dunlap Property Owners association. Inc., it was reported today. The association declared that it believes the affairs of Dun lap can be handled cheaper and more efficiently through the county offices and departments already in existence rather than through the formation of a city government "with the inevitable duplication of expenses and pos sible inefficiences of an inex pericnced organization." To explain this stand to resi dents of the area, the associa tion has called a public meeting for this Wednesday, March 25, at 7 p.m. in the Dunlap school 12th and Ave. E. A number of county officials have accepted invitations to the meeting to answer questions regarding county services and other matters pertaining to incorporation. Supervisor S. Wesley Break has indicated he will answer questions relative to procedures in incorporation and also the various avenues available to the property owners in the event exclusion is their desire. Adolph Knotek of the county sheriff's office is expected to be available to answer questions regarding police protection and its cost to the vaUcy. Robert Rigney, administrative officer in charge of special districts, will be present to answer questions pertaining to special districts such as fire and recreation. The association also emphasized today that it is not connected with, nor responsible for, a movement regarding rezoning in parts of Dunlap Acres. The association said there have been reports of petitions being circulated but it docs not know who the parties are who are involved in the circulation of these petitions. RHS qualifies 18 in CBL speech league final Redlands High School speak ers qualified 18 finalists for Citrus Belt Speech League finals to be held Friday and Saturday, April 3 and 4 at College of the Desert. In the last big touma ment of the year, R.H.S. with 44 entries placed second to In dio with those qualifying last Satiirday at Pacific High School. Best scores for Redlands were tallied by Susie Chesus with straight firsts in two events, and Steve Hauser with straight firsts m one event. In this East Division competition of the C.B.L.S. qualifiers had to have a low cumulative score of not more than seven for their rankings in three rounds of speaking. Because of fewer entries, girls extempe score was nine. With 44 entries, the local high school group spoke 132 times in the day-long event last Saturday. The three top winners in each event of the finals at the College of the Desert will be eligible to go to State finals slated for April 24-25 at the University of California at Santa Barbara. In Open Original. Susie Chesus and Kit Howard qualified, with Don Abbott, Steve Hauser, Bruce Hinckley, and Howard in Boys Impromptu. Other B.H.S. finalists include: Roberta Brundage, Alison Paul. Girls Im promptu; Don .Abbott, John Biddick. Vandy Harper, Boys Ex­ tempe; Kerry Collins, Suzy Snoddy, Girls E.xtempe. Other qualifiers were: Susie Chesus and Kerry Collins in Dramatic; Bob Break in Boys Oratorical; Roberta Brundage, and Sunny Corum in Girls Oratorical. Sandy Hazelton and Ray Resendez missed qualifying by one point in the final event. The R.H.S. debate team of Kit Howard and Lowell Ponte qualified for finals in competition held two weeks ago. Other Redlands students par ticipating, but not qualifying, included: Steve Jensen, John McElrath. Tom Herman. Al Schrader. Hank Sherrod. Greg Tom- quest, and Ted Dibble. Mrs. Gertrude Baccus is advisor and coach for the Redlands High Forensic group. Redlands Daily Facts MoR, March 23,1964-5 South Gate man survives plunge at Big falls Youth killed in car crash BOULDER CITY Ncv (UP! Covma, Calif., youth was killed and five other teen-agers mjured Sunday night when their station wagon blew a tire and overturned at the junction of U.S. 95 and Nevada 60. The Nevada Highway Patrol identified the \ictim as Gary Floyd Cooper, 18, the driver. A passenger, Larry Mc Culley, 18, West Covina, was listed in serious condition at Boulder City Hospital. The four other Covina and West Covina youths suffered minor injuries, the patrol said Investigators reported Cooper lost control of the vehicle when the tire blew, skidded broadside hit a culvert and overturned. N.Y. Stocks Mentone man hurt in car crash Louis Torres of Mentone was injured early Sunday when his car hit a house and a palm tree on Tribune street in Redlands, poUce reported. Torres, 1155 Olivine, suffered the loss of several teeth, a lacerated lip, bead injuries, and a possible fractured jaw in the 2 a.m. mishap. He was taken to Redlands Community hospital. Police reported that Torres was southbound on Tribune street when he hit the' side of a house at 836 Tribune street, causing minor damage, and then struck a palm tree in front of 827 Tribune. The report gave no indication of what caused the driver to lose control of his automobile. to Nursery Open Houst Redlands Day Nursery, 1041 East Brockton avenue, will hold open house tomorrow from 9:30 to 10:30 a.m. with Mrs. Arthur Gregory Jr. in charge. All spon sors, friends and the general public are invited. WnXIAM G. MOOHE. PublUher. FRANK E. MUURE. Editor. Publiibed ittrj cTenioe (except Sunday) at Facia bnildmg. 700 Brook-, ilde at Center. Redlands, CallJomla Founded October 23, 1890, 74Ui year. Filtered as second class matter October 23. 1890. at the Post OHICe at Redlands. CalUomia, under act of March 3. 1878. SVIBSCHIPTIOtt RATE lln Advancei BT Carrier DeliTcrr l>ne M«iit> • 1J« Ibree Slsotht *-y Six MsBtnt ».»» Ooe year 16.4» One Mnnth ODC Year _ Br Mall - U .ta >lnno(/ncement of Funeral Services BOBBY LEE WILLIAMS Body will be forwarded Monday to Decker Funeral Home, West Memphis, Arkansas. JIISS ELEANOR BANKS Services 2:00 p.m.. Monday, at the F. Arthur Co.t- ner Chapel. OSCAR P. \VYATT Services 2:00 p.m.. Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. MISS ELFREDA WEMMER Private services will be held. MRS. ELFRIDA LEAH GARRISON Services 11:00 a.m. Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. IRA THOMASON Services pending. F.ASTNUK CORTNER 221 BROOKSIOE iOft • PT 2-141I NEW YORK (UPI)- Stocks made a last mmute attempt to recover early losses today and finished at their best levels. Airlines outperformed the rest of the market, aided by favorable mention in a number of brokerage houses letters over the weekend. Western was up as much as 5 at one point. Pan Am about 3, and Delta, North west, American, National, TWA Continental and United up 1 more than 2. Louisville & Nashville, which came close to a strike over the weekend, dropped a point along with N.Y. Central and Pennsylvania. Norfolk & Western, Soo Line and Northern Pacific rose sUghUy. Dow Jones Stock Avtrages High Low Closo Chgs 30 ind 817.72 809.93 813.60 off 1.33 20 rr 193.60 191.34 191.88 off 1.59 15 util 139.03 137.45 138.26 off 0.17 65 stk 284.54 281.58 282.82 off 0.89 Sales today were about 4.94 million shares compared with 5.02 million shares Friday. 15 Mast Actlre Sleeks (Dow-Janes gerrice. C»artes7 Lester, Byons k Ce.) :U5 E. Slate Volame Cfase ClIOC. :lll.^a<l Ithillt Valler „ Siji ll».IO« Chrysler 4.,'. tOAOt Tex. Coif Solph. +l>. 7i ;.SO0 Cent. Air ., -i-l'' MJlOO Xerox 90i, -\\ i»:tW lUCA _ 3«=» J- • 5i .!>00 Pan Am. Air 7«'i -f I For* _ 3J",3 -I'i Branllr to + 1, Gen. Metors »l*i — !« United Air 60 J* -rl U.S. Ind. .._ 11 'i -~ '\ Slndebaker I'^n uneh. Penna. R.B, SI»t — "* Vnlcan .Mat. .... H>i 43.M0 4:.30O 40.000 311.300 38.900 34,100 33.100 ^Announcement of %erv\ze% CAAIERY. Mrs. lone 1:00 p.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel DIXON, Clyde L. 11:00 a.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel WIPPEL, Edward F. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Valley Chapel Loma Linda GOODPASTURE, Robert H. 2:00 p.m. Tuesday Yucaipa Assembly of God Church S£^XiGGS, Richard F. Services Pending VaUey Chapel Loma Linda D.A\^S, Sterling Services Pending Redlands Chapel HANTS. ScoVL W. 11:00 a.m. Friday Valley Chapel Loma Linda Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 701 BROOKSIDE AVE, 773J44' LLU student hurt in car mishap Loma Linda University medical student William C. Elby, 21. was hurt Saturday afternoon when his car rolled over on SUte Highway 38 in MiU Creek canyon. The California Highway Patrol reported that Elby was traveling down grade (west) on Highway 38 near the junction of Forest Home boulevard when his car went out of control and turned over. A passenger. Rosemary Kellog of College place. Wash., was not injured. Elby was rushed to Redlands Community hospital but was later transferred to Loma Linda hospital. A 21year-old South Gate man survived a 75-foot plunge down Big Falls at the head of MiD Creek canyon Saturday afternoon, the SherifTs Office reported. The victim. Grant Tnimbo. 8936 Alexandria avenue. South Gate, was carried to safety by members of the volunteer Valley of the Falls Search and Rescue Team. Sheriffs Deputy William Loenhorst said Trumbo was climbing the west side of the Falls, located at the end of Forest Home boulevard, when he lost his foot- mg and tumbled to 'he base of the lower falls. The accident occurred about 2:25 p.m. His companions mshed to a nearby store and notified th« Sheriffs Office. The Search and Rescue team lowered Tnimbo to the canyon floor in a stretcher and carried him to a waiting ambulance which rushed him to Redlands Community hospital. The rescue was completed at 3:15 p.m. He was being treated for a dislocated right ankle, a fractured left ankle and severe bmises to his back and right elbow. Members of the Valley of the Falls rescue team participating in the rescue were Lione Nobel, Leonard Campbell, Robert Clark, Fred Davis, Dub Muth and Robert Holman. About People Mrs. Richard B. Cook, who has been living in Chapala. Me.xico, in recent years has arrived in Redlands and is cur- renUy staying at Highland Haven. Mrs. Cook is the mother of Richard B. Cook, Jr., 1735 Ross- mount drive. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES. 3Iar. 23 (UPI) - Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: S<$ 72» 88s n3« First grade... .6.69 6.37 5.63 4.84 Second grade.. 5.80 4.80 3.99 I3Ss 1i3s T30s First grade 4.04 3.97 3.90 Second grade 3.72 3.59 Trend: Steady. NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrus report: California Navels: 13 cars, half bo.xes S5.23. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through aassified Ads. definitely... absolutely... positively... unequivocally... unquestionab We just can't use enough adjectives to describe this unusual shirt. 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