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Local Notes For rent Citrni. Equipment Pratt Bros., 651 Smtfct Invistigition ReeQands firemen were sum raoned to 1056 San Jacinto about 11:35 a.m. today when smoke was detected in the kitchen. The smoke was traced to two smouldering hot pads in a drawer. Don't Ltt The Weather keep you from Buying Flowers for Easter. We're as near as your telephone and we shall give you the same prompt service as though you had come into our store personally. Hockridge Florist. Flowerfone, 793-1331, at 105 W. SUte. - N Easter Bunny Headquarters at Winn's. Marvelous Easter City candidate Kalman guilty of petty theft gifts for children, cosmetics for your favorite gal. Russell Stov er Candies for everyone. Winn's Drug Store, Cor. Colton & Orange, Free Parking, Free Gift Wrapping, S&H Green Stamps. Coins! Redlands Toyvillc has added a coin department with all sup plies necessary to the collector. Redlands Toyville. 13 W. State St., (across from Bank of America) Downtown Redlands. x Eche Balloons Changing Echo I is now on the verge of disappearing from the eve ning sky here. A few observers may be able to spot the satclUte at 7:04 p.m. today when it will be south of Redlands, moving southeast, but only 10 degrees above the horizon. The plane of the orbit of Echo II is now moving into position to bring that satellite over Redlands in the evenings. No pass is expected this evening but sightings will soon be made around 9:30 p.m. Easter Lilies Azaleas. Camellias, African Violets. Dangermonds' Nurserj- Free gift wrapping and delivery. 27601 Redlands Blvd.. 792-3885. Mobile X-Rsy Unit •The San Bernardino County Tuberculosis Association's mobile X-ray unit will be stationed at Sage's Shopping Center tomorrow from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. 1957 Buick Riviera 2-door, radio, heater, power steering and factory air. Only 41,000 miles. $795. A. C. Almind, 402 Orange, 792-5211. x Dixon Funeral Funeral services for Clyde L. Di.xon were held Tuesday at 11 a.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel, Rev. William Sloan, pastor of the Yucaipa First Baptist church officiated. Pallbearers were: David G. Mays, John Bethkc, Charles Francis, Charles Stebbins, War ren Elliott, Ray Sloan. Burial was at: Montecito Memorial Park. Graveside services were conducted by Redlands Masonic Lodge No. 300, Emmerson Red lands Slortuary in charge. City Council candidate Louis Francis Kalman was found guilty of petty theft today by Redlands Justice Court jury. The two-day trial ended shortly before noon when the jurj- returned its verdict following half-hour of deliberation. Kalman's attorney, Joe Lunsford, immediately requested probation for the defendant Justice Court Judge Ben G. Alexander approved the request and withheld pronouncement of any penalty for a six-months probationary period. Kalman, who has been nom inated for election to the City Council on April 14, was charged specifically with shoplifting, a misdemeanor. He was accused of having taken two packages of spaghetti sauce valued at 46 cents from the Stater Bros. Market, Texas street and Redlands boulevard, on the afternoon of October 30, 1963. Testify For Kalman Seven members of the Voters Committee Against Compulsory Rubbish Collection, all of whom endorsed Kalman's council nomination, testified this morning as "character witnesses" on the defendant's behalf. They were: Daniel A. Larsen, 914 West Highland; Joseph Loughney, 925 Alvarado; George Ide, 835 West Sunset drive; Tiofilo Saldana, 1429 Orange street, Martha E. Prescott, 1019 East Central; and Col.- and Mrs. Paul W. Jacobs, 1622 Habey street. Prosecuting attorney E. A Demchuk pointed to what he termed "the obvious thread of connection" between the char acter witnesses and Kalman. Kalman, 55, of 1124 Pacific sfreet, asked for the jury frial after pleading innocent. His at tomey last January sought a change of courts on the grounds that Kalman could not get a fair trial in Redlands because of his involvement in the rubbish collection controversy. Judge Alexander turned down the request. Yesterday, Lunsford attempted to bring the rubbish collection controversy into the trial, but was blocked on an objection by Demchuk which was upheld by Judge Alexander. Lunsford had asked Kalman if prior to October, 1963, he had been active in any controversial issues. Kalman answered: "Yes, in the Prospect Park issue and in the dictatorial compulsory garbage collection." Demchuk objected that the defense was throwing out "unfair innuendoes" that could not be supported by any facts connect ing the petty theft charge \%ith any local controversy. In his closing remarks, Luns ford attempted to persuade the jury that the charge might have been "trumped up." Complaint Filed The complaint was filed by Stater Bros. Market security agent Rex Ellingford who testified yesterday that he observed Kalman place the two packages of sauce in his right front pants pocket and go through the check stand without paying for them EUingford told the court that he stopped Kalman in the parking lot outside the store. He testified further that Kal man denied any knowledge of the spaghetti sauce, and that the defendant tried to put the two packages in a sack of groceries without bemg detected. Two Stater Bros, clerks, the store manager and a Redlands police officer also gave testi mony which tended to refute statements made by the defcn dant and his attorney. Jlembers of the jury panel were: Henry Van Mouwerik, 0 L. Martin, Archie Mathes, Lu' ther Holden, Ruth Ikerman, Edithc Quimby, Clare Partridge. Richard Updike, James Wheel or, Lynn Latimer, Richard Lackey and Lucille Wallcn. Frosty morning follows rain; atmosphere clear RAINFALL TABLE Sea- Last 24 hrs. Redlands 19 Mentone .21 Yueiipa ....V .34 Calimes* 27 Milt Creek San Bdno. Riverside . Beaumont .3i .48 .36 .71 son 10.i7 13J5 11.34 13.92 K.35 13.3J t .H 12.5« Year 5.44 «.13 <.(7 *.72 7.71 S.2S 3.70 7.39 Trustees praise Serrao on accepting resignation The resignation of Frank Scr-ion a cost basis, to the Mission in fr/tm *ho 'Ro/11-inrlc niih1i/« I gchOOl dlStrict. Mother asks Khrushchev to free her son Weather rcb. IS reb. 2S F«b. 27 Feb. SB y<h. 29 March 1 March March March March March March March March March 10 March 11 March 12 March 13 March 14 March IS March 16 March IT March IS March 19 March 20 March 21 . March 22 , Mareh 23 , March 2* , March 25 55 65 6!) 65 63 66 53 B3 69 . 63 . 53 . 55 Kalnfall Temp. 24 Hours 62 65 GG 70 51 ... _ 61 . 76 77 73 ... S2 .... a 73 .73 63 .. -. 52 47 . .13 .. 63 43 33 32 36 43 35 4.3 33 36 37 46 35 33 34 41 .-IS 45 45 3S 41 54 .57 46 4.t 42 40 40 42 3« 34 Season .04 8.30 .05 .01 Tr. .12 8S6 8.S7 RIVERSIDE ( U P I) - The mother of an American student sentenced to three years in pri son for the traffic death of Russian citizen today appealed to Premier Khrushchev for his release. Peter Landerman, 22, a grad uate of tlic University of Califor' nia campus here, was sentenced last SepL 27 after a frial in which he was accused of strik ing and killing a resident of Minsk. The victim, Leonid Pop ov, was walking his motorcycle along the highway Aug. IS when he was struck by Landerman's small bus. The Russians charged Landerman with speeding and not using his lights properly. Landerman testified he was blinded by lights of an oncoming car. Mrs. H. Lcc Landerman said she wrote to the Russian PrC' micr tliat '"it seems to us that no real purpose is being served by keeping him longer and that releasing h i m would demonstrate goodwill on the part of the Soviet Union." Mrs. Landerman said her son made the frip because of a sincere desire to knov/ the Russian people and to better relationships between the two coun- fries. .61 o.oo 10.42 10.61 WIU4AM G. MOORE. PubUihtr. FRANK E. MOOBE. Editor. Publislied ever.» evening (except Sunday) at Facts buildtnc. 700 Brook- tide at Center, Redlands. CalOomta Founded October 23, im, 'Hxb yaar. Catered as second class matter October 23. 18S0. at the Post Office at Redlands. CalUomla, under act of Uarcb 3. ICT8. SUBSCBIPTTON RATE (In Advancei Br Carrier Oalirtrr One Maatk , 1 I.S11 Three Mentbs _ 4.10 Six Msatki On> Tear 16.40 Oaa Month Ona T»e _ Br Mall -.J LSI) Astronomy Lecture James Young of the T a b 1 c Mountain Observatory will dis cuss the planet Jupiter at s meeting of the Valley Amateur Astronomers tomorrow, 8 p.m in Rm. 112 of Hornby Hall at the University of Redlands. The lecture is free and open to the public. Garrison Services Funeral ser\ices for Mrs. El frida Leah Garrison were held Tuesday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Lloyd Rcece, pastor of the First Assembly of God Church, officiating. P a 11- bearers were Jim O'Haver, Earl W. Jlodgcs, Amiy White, Owen M. Dildine, Joseph A. Roney. and Kenneth L. Grove. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. jWyatt Services Funeral services for Oscar P. W'yait were held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. B. H. Pearson, nephew of the deceased, officiating. Pallbearers were Desmond F. Crca cey, Hubert L. Creacey, Stanley E. Creacey, grandsons of the deceased, and Harold Greenwald, Bruce Smiley, nephews of the deceased; and Lee Kessler. In ferment was in Hillside Memorial Park. Vital Records BIRTHS ARNETT — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Warren Amett. 1337 FuUbright sfreet, March 24, 1964, at Redlands Com munity hospital. BAILEY — Bom, a son, to Jfr and Mrs. Herbert Bailey, 1714 Mentone boulevard, Mentone. March 23, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. Mtrritg* Licenses Isiued GAINES - TOWNSEND - \VU lie F. Gaines Jr., 21, San Bernardino; and Annie L. Townsend, 18, Redlands. GOLDEN - WILCOX - Law rencc E. Golden Jr., 23, Riv crside; and Pamela A. Wilcox, 19, Yucaipa. DEATHS STRAISINGER - Died in Redlands, Califomia, March 22, 1964, Mrs. Maude Sfrai- singer, 521 Eureka sfreet aged SO years, native of l^Ianila, Indiana, and a rcsi dent of Redlands. Funeral services will be held Thursday aftemoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, Rev. Lloyd Reece, pas tor of the First Asembly of God church, officiating. Inter ment in Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery. CROWDER — Died in Yucaipa, Calif.. March 23, 1964, Louis Charles Crowder, 35027 Vicky Way, Yucaipa; aged 67 years, native of Italy and resident of Yucaipa for three years. Deceased is survived by h i s wife, Jlrs. Ida E. Crowder of Yucaipa. One daughter, Mrs. Evelj-n Masse. Three grandchil dren and two sisters: Mrs. Amelia Marchione of Pittsburg, Pa., Mrs. C. A. Gray, Honolu lu, Hawaii. Funeral services will be held Friday at 9:30 a.m. at the Lewis Colonial Mortuary chapel, San Diego, Crossroads Lodge No. 696 F and AM officiating. Interment in Fort Rosecrans National cemetery, Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. SHARP — Died in San Bemar- dino, CaUf., March 25, 1964, John Austin Sharp, 144V4 Fourth sfreet, Redlands; aged 80 years, native of Kansas, and resident of Redlands for 45 years. Graveside services will be held Friday morning at U o'clock at Hillside Memorial Park, with the Redlands Elks Lodge ofCciathig. F. Arthur Cortner chapel in charge. Jealous man shoots wife, boy friend SYLMAR (UPI) - A jealous husband today was booked on suspicion of assault with intent to commit murder for the shooting of his wife and her male companion at a local motel. Mrs. Elzida Johnson, 30, Pacoima, was shot in the chest and her companion Jesse Voiier, 35, Pacoima, was wounded in the abdomen. Police said Mrs. Johnson's husband James,-36, was booked on suspicion of assault with intent to commit murder for the pre-dawn shooting at a motel on San Fernando Road. Officers said Johnson found his wife and Dozier together and started shooting at them with a 38-caliber pistol. Both victims were taken to Holy Cross Hospital where Mrs. Johnson was 1 i s t e d in critical condition. Rooftops were white in Red lands this moming as the mer^ cury plummeted to 34 degrees in the wake of a storm which brought 1.62 inches of ram to Redlands and up to three feet of snow in the nearby mountains. The mountains were beautiful as seen from the valley today, and ski enthusiasts also thought the mountains were beautiful, but for another reason. Despite the three-day rainfall, which was heavy at times, no damage was reported m the community and the only major inconvenience was to the building frades which had to suspend operations for a few days. Snow in mountains for vacationers U.S. helicopter crasltes in So. Viet Nam SAIGON, SouUi Vict Nam (UPI) — A U. S. Army heU copter with five Americans and Vietnamese obser\'er aboard crashed Tuesday while support mg a supply mission in Quant Tm Province north of Saigon, a U. S. military spokesman said today. The spokesman said the craft was hit by automatic ground- fire which blew off its motor and tail. The fire presumably came from Communist guerrillas. A crew of four U. S. Army personnel, an American Marine, and'a Vietnamese observ er were later evacuated by hcli copter to a U. S. field hospital at Nha Trang on the coast further south. The crash occurred 350 miles north of Saigon. One of the four American Army men was wounded and reported in fair condition. The names were withheld. The U. S. spokesman also said the bodies of a U. S. airman and Vietnamese airman, who were aboard a Vietnamese air force T28 fighter bomber when it crashed Tuesday had been recovered. Clearing skies today revealed the snow covered ridges within sight distance of Redlands and they correctly indicated that there is good skiing at all winter sports resorts in the San Bernardino and San Gabriel ranges. All places having lows or lifts indicated they, are now inidaily operation. These reports were given by the Ski Tow and Lifts Operators Association this morning: Snow Valley: 12 to 18 inches of new snow; good skiing. Green Valley: 36 inches of new snow; excellent skiing. Mt. Baldy: 24 to 36 mches of powder; good skiing. Bear Valley Lifts Moonridge: 36 inches new- snow over 6 inch base; excellent skiing. Rebel Ridge: 14 inches of new snow over 6 to 30 inch base; excellent. Snow Forest: 24 inches of new snow; excellent skiing; to bogganing. Wrightwood-Bis Pint Blue Ridge: 26 inches new snow over 6 inch pack; excel lent. Table Mountain: 18 mches new snow; excellent. Holiday lUU: 20 to 36 inches new snow; excellent. June Mountain, in the Mammoth Lakes disfrict north of Bishop, reports 12 inches of new snow over 2-4 foot base. Fme skiing. rao from the Retllands public school system was quietly accepted by School Trustees last night. It becomes effective June 30. But Coach Serrao will get letter of appreciation from the school board and district- which will be just a litUe different. Supt. H. Fred Heisner recom mended, and the Board agreed, that'each board member shall indicate some specific achieve ment to be noted in the letter of appreciation "so that it will be more meaningful to him." It was not his winning coach ing record that will go into that letter, however. For Tmstees were more impressed with the spirit he ad ded to the -athletic program, with his concept of letting as many boys play as possible and with his good sportsmanship. Above all, Tmstees said Coach Serrao "should certainly be commended for the example he has always set as a 'gentleman,' first and foremost." Coach Serrao, a teacher and varsity football coach, will become head football coach of the UR Bulldogs next fall and will also be an associate professor of physical education. With this school year now nearing its final quarter and planning for next year well under way, personnel items begin to take up considerable agenda space. Here are some of the actions taken by the Tmstees: Agreed to hfre an additional school psychologist and nurse in order to provide this service. Assigned homemaking teach er Mrs. Marie T. Kime as a counselor at Cope Junior high school ne.xt year. Granted a leave of absence to Margaret E. Viemeisel for 196465. -Agreed that teachers who arc granted a leave of absence to work in the Peace Corps should have such service credited as experience on the teachers salary schedule. Accordmgly, granted such credit to Amos Isaac who is expected to return to teach in Redlands after two years with the Peace Corps in Liberia. Approved as teachers for next year Miss Susan A. Jones, at the elementary level and Miss Judith A. Ritner, Mrs. Margar et J. Deeley and Miss Patricia J. Clark at secondary. Miss Clark is a former art teacher at Cope and has been on leave of absence for two years taking advanced study. Approved a maternity leave for Mrs. Maria 0. Ramos, effective May 1, and granted leaves of absence next year to Mrs. Christine Kidd and JIrs, Sue C. Wilcott. Accepted resignations from teachers Mrs. Nancy'Jo Troyer, William B. Morrow, Mrs. Edna L. Snyder and Wayne D. Lance, all effective June 30. Also accepted resignaUons from classifieid employes M r s Betfie Faught, effective May from Margaret Siemscn, April 1 and from Naomi Bigelow, ef fecfive March 31. Redlands Doily Facts Wed, Marcli25,19M-5 WE ARE.PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE THE APPOINTMENT OF STUART E. POWER as Resident Manager Riverside Office • 6290 MAGNOLIA AVE, RIVERSIDE, CALIF. OV 3-8500 ZEnith 7 -8500 EA^MANDlLLON ,Uim \SECURrnES&CO. .ME.VfBEBS NEW YORK SrOCK E.XCHA>GE New York • Boston • Philadelphia • Chiciso Les Apgiies • S»n Francisco • San Diego 'Las Vegas • San Marino • Eacondido Vtnlura • Riverside* 1^ Bcac* • Salinas«San Jose and ether o «ioes in principel cRies throothout the nation. _ . jUie Yuba-Sutter Fair, will be- rair manager come secretary-manager of the SAN DIEGO (UPI) —Roy L. San Diego County Fair effective Welch, 56. former manager of'May 1. SIDE GLANCES By GiU Fox Dr. Parker on Linkletter's TV Dr. WilUam R. Parker, professor of speech at the University of Redlands will be a guest on Art Linkletter's House Party, Tuesday. March 31, 1:30 p.m. on KNXT, Channel 2. Dr. Parker can also be heard on Linkletter's show on radio staUon KNX, Tuesday at 11 a.m. His talk on speech therapy will be seen on 150 TV stations and 300 radio stations. Senator says meat witnesses intimidated i WASHINGTON (UPI) - Sen. Gale W. McGee, ^ D-Wyo., charged today that cattle industry spokesmen have' been threatened with economic re prisals by big retail chain stores if they testify at Senate meat price hearings. • "Coercion and intimidation are ugly practices m any context," McGee declared. "When applied to thwart an investigation of Congress, they strike to the very heart of the democratic processes." McGee made the angry charges in a opening statement as the Senate Commerce Com mittee resumed public hearings into whether cham groceries, through mass buying practices, confrol consumer meat prices in possible violation of anfi- tmst rcsfraints. Supervisors favor wall modification Poland to restrict U.S. diplomats WARS.W. Poland (UPI) The Communist government to day ordered fravcl resfrictions on U.S. diplomats stationed in Poland, a U.S. Embassy spokes man said today. The spokesman said Poland ordered the action in a note handed to embassy counsellor Albert W. Sherer Jr., Tuesday. The note said the move resulted from restrictions placed on movements of Polish diplomats in (he United States, late last year. The Polish note also said restriction on U.S. diplomats here would be lifted if the United States lifted the fravel bans on PoUsh diplomats. It was the first time since the end of World War II that U. S. government representat i v e s here have been restricted in their freedom of movement in Poland. Ikeda apologizes to America for stabbing in Japan TOKYO (UPI)-^Prime Minister Hayato Ikeda used the first live television broadcast between Japan and the United States today to apologize direict- ly to the American people for the stabbing of U.S. Ambassa dor Edwin 0. Reischauer. Ikeda, using the facilities provided by the Relay II U.S. communications satellite, said he spoke on behalf of the Japanese people in regret over the stabbing Monday of the S3-year old Reischauer by a mentally- deranged, 19-year old youth. The prime minister, whose words were simultaneously franslated on the television screen as he spoke, extended "warmest greetings" to the American people. Then he expressed regret for the incident concerning Rei­ schauer, who is reported recovering saUsfactorily and in good condition in Tokyo's Tiger Gate Hospital near the U.S. Embassy. Ikeda also congratulated the scientists who made possible the historic broadcast. SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Modlfication of a County Plan ning Commission requirement for a six-foot wall around frailer park proposed for the (^alimesa area was voted Mon day by the County Board' of Supervisors. The action was taken on the appeal of Joe Mulder, who plans to put a 48-space park on the east side of 5th sfreet, just north of County Line road. The project has been the source of controversy in the neighborhood for a number of months, and the planning com mission ffrst opposed the proposed park. Then it approved the site, on the condition that it be surrounded by a si-x-foot high wall. Mulder appeared before Supervisors to ask that the wall height be cut to four feet, topped by seven inches of "vista" tiling, that can be seen through. This was approved. In another zoning action affecting the Yucaipa area, the Supervisors approved a change of zone for 160 acres about a third of a mile north of Live Oak Canyon road and a mile and a quarter west of the Live Oak Canyon road - US Highway 99 intersection. The change is from use for apartments to that for single family dwellings, and Planning Dfrector Pfulb told Supervisors the change is designed to correct zoning granted sue years ago when the owner had plans for a luxury fraielr park ind recreational development u' the property. That plan fell through. Pfulb said, so the zoning should not be left m a category that would permit intensive residential development of the property, without county supenision. Cope classrooms fast nearing completion Ten bright new classroomi are now almost ready for student use at Edward M. C 0 p • Jumor high school. School Tmstees last night formally accepted the new classroom buildings and authorized the filing of a notice of completion. The classrooms are included in a set of two buildings which have been erected to the west of the Cope adminisfration building. They were built by Redlands confractors Donald and McKet under a S1S7,338 confract awarded lafe last June. They were financed with Public Law 815 funds. Now that the physical facilities are complete, the board also awarded a number of different contracts for various items of classroom furnishing last m'ght. It is e.xpccted that some of the new classrooms will be put in use for special purposes as soon as they are furnished. But the existing "staggered day" schedule at Cope will not be changed at this late date in the school year. The new classrooms will, however, make it possible for Cope to revert to a regular schedule when school resumes next fall. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocka led the stock market out of a four-day siege of the blues today. Lukens led the pack with a gain of more than S while around a dozen other issues in the group, including Youngstown Sheet, U. S. Steel. Inland. Republic, Cmcible, McLouth and Jones & Laughlin moved up a point or more. Motors turned in a fractionally higher performance. Union Carbide shot ahead around Z in an otherwise lackluster chemical group. IBM gained around while Elecfronic Associates, Confrol Data, Zenith, Litton, Texas Instmments and Raytheon all pushed ahead more than a point. Richardson - Merrell refrcat- ed around 1 then recouped some of its losses. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgi. 30 ind 816.35 808.60 813.16 up 1.73 20 rrs 192.11 190.17 191.19 up 0.02 15 Utl 138.75 137.57 138.02 off 0.10 65 stk 283.62 280.94 282.33 up 0.32 Sales today were about 5.43 million shares compared with 1.21 million shares Tuesday. IS Most Active stock! (Oow-Jon» Serriee. Coartesr Lnler, KTODS & Co.) SOS E. Slite Volama Close 14J1.70l> Lehlcb ViUey t'% U.S. Steel «l> SO. 100 10,.30O .'iJJOO .1t.«M 51.30(1 50 .300 49.10(1 4<;,ioo 43 ,<00 41,100 »).(>ao 37,400 47 .100 General Tiro Zfi Cont. Air. _ 2.->-i Gen. Tel. A Elee. SPj Chrytler 4JH R.C.A 3JU Pcnno. B.K. - Bnpp _.. «>( General Motors.... Kt Ccrtain-Tee« VIV\ Am. Mch. M Fdjr. 19 ClbralUr .11 !i Mnrphr Oil 38 Pore Oil _ 47»i Chnr - H -rP.i ~ li -i- 'j - <i - •« - '4 -i- Vi ^ »i «i -i- S - u -1-1'i "Get the word around for them to 3tqp looking hungry!" INSURANCE AETNA C 4 $ ca, EMPLOYER'S CROUP MARYLAND CASUALTY CO. NATL. AUTO CLUB "YOUR PtOIECIION IS .«Y lUSINESS' JACK W. ROSE 793-3134 4Ii E. Redlands Blvd. Redlands New cemmifte«m«n LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Clare mont College president Dr. Charles Sumner Benson and James S. Cantlec of Arcadia, retiring general manager of Pacific Telephone and Telegraph, were appointed T u e s d a y. by County Supervisors to the Ait Pollution Control District's special review committee. For those interested in an unusual investment.. Have yeu considered the University ef Redlands • life Income Contract? YOU *i \AY BE IN A POSITION TO AAAKE A SIZEABLE GIFT WITHOUT SACRIFICE OF CURRENT INCOME AND WITH PROTEaiON FOR A SURVIVOR. Ask er write for special descriptive beektel Mr. Gilbert Brown Mr. Jack Cummings Mr. James B. Fox, Jr. Mr. Jack Jensen Mr. Charles 0. Pierpomt UNIVERSITY OF REDLANDS ANNOUNCE CONTRIBUTION WELLINGTON. New Zealand (UPI)—New Zealand will contribute S42,000 toward the cost of a United Nations peace force for Cyprus, Prime Minister Keith H o 1 y o a k e announced Thursday, Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Mar. 25 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 5<s 72s 88s Ills First grade....6.35 5.77 5.15 4.55 Second grade 4.89 4.2S 4.S8 13ts 163s IMi First grade 3.93 3.72 3.68 Second grade 3.58 3.32 — Trend: Steady large, sligdtly lower small. NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrui report: Califomia Navels: 12 cari, half boxes $4.56. Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS. MAUDE STRAISINGITR Services 2 :09 p.m., Thuris- day at the P. Arthur Cortner ChapeL JOHN AUSTIN SHARP , , Graveside services 11:00 a.m., Friday, at Hillside Memorial Park. IRA THOMASON Services pending. F.iUTilUR CORTNER SlBR00ICSIDCJQIL>PrM4II Announcemenf of Services CROWDER, Louisa Chirles . 9:30 a.m. Friday Lewis Colonial Chapel San Diego HANTS, Scott W. ! 11:00 a.m, Friday VaUey Chapel Loma Linda DAVIS, Sterling Services Pending Redlands (Hiapel LOPER. Ivan Services Pending Yucaipa CHiapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 UOOKSlOE AVE. 791-244

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