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Local Notes Shtrwin-V.'illiains Paints Alder's Paint and Art Store 25 E. SUte St., 792-3355. Needed Urgently Older 1 or 2 Story Horn Minimum 4 Bedrooms, Fir place. Large Kitchen. A. J. Scares, Realty, 733-2601. Rummage Sale The Auxiliary Unit of Red lands Post 106 of the American Legion is holding a rummage sale today, Tuesday and Wed^ nesday at 23 Cajon street. Track Team Works There will be no vacation to morrow for the Terrier track team. Coach Bill Cunningham will be holding a workout for the team members tomorrow (Tuesday) at 3 p.m. on th RHS ovaL Knights ef the Roundtabla The Redlands Sister City pro gram with Hino, Japan, will be outlined for members of th Redlands Knights of the Roimd- table at the group's noon meet ing at the Elk's Club tomorrow. Guest speaker will be Col. Jo seph G. Wogen, chairman of the sister City Committee. Hoffman Funeral Funeral services for Dr. Es ther Hoffman were held Saturday at 3 p.m. from Emmerson's Redlands Chapel. Rev. Leona M. Threadgill, pastor of the Unity of the Crossroads church officiated. Burial was at i Inglewood Memorial Park Cem; ctery, Emmerson Redlands ; Mortuary in charge. ' Camdtn Funeral Funeral services for William W. Camden, were held Satur day at 11 a.m. from Em inersoD 's Redlands Cbspel, Am erican Legion Post No. 106 officiated. Burial was at Ft Rosecrans' National Cemetery, Emmerson's Redlands Mortuary in charge. "Gondoliers" Rehearsals Chorus rehearsals for this summer's Redlands Bowl production of Gilbert and Sullivan's "Gondoliers" will begin tomorrow evening at 7:30 in Room 61 of the Grace Mullen fine arts building on the high school campus. Wilbur Schowalter is chorus director. Also under Mr. Schowalter's direction is the chorus preparing for Verdie's "Requiem", another Bowl program. This group meets on Monday evenings at 7:30 at the same location. Men and women singers are needed for the "Gondoliers" chorus and all are invited to attend tomorrow evening's rehearsaL Another State St. Traffic study urged A recommendation for another study of State street traffic patterns will be considered by the City Council tomorrow night In his newsletter to the Council this week. City Manager R. P. Merritt, Jr. urged the Council to refer the State street matter to the Chamber of Commerce, the Downtown Redlands Association and to the city Traffic Ccmmission for their study] and recommendations. His request is io response to an effort by the recently organized Committee for Sensible Downtown Traffic to remove one way traffic on State street and to replace it with two-way traffic. The committee has threatened to launch an initiative campaign to decide the question at a special election. A delegation, headed by committee chairman Frank Taylor, Valuable Palms The palm tree ranks second to the grass family in economic importance, but the palms are applied to a far greater variety of everyday human needs than pnv other group of plants. Weather 65 58 55 62 65 SB 70 51 64 76 77 March * March S March 6 March 7 March 8 March S Martji 10 March 11 Marsji 12 Mardi 13 March 14 March 15 March 1« 73 March 17 S2 March 18 83 Hardt 19 73 Mardi 20 78 March 31 63 March S2 _ 52 March 33 47 March 34 53 MarA 25 65 March 26 .,, .. 70 March 27 80 Mardi 28 84 VlMlA 30 87 March 30 83 March 31 58 AprU 1 60 April 3 59 April 3 67 April 4 68 April 5 58 April 6 63 nalntaU Temp. 24 Hours 36 37 46 35 35 34 41 as 46 45 38 41 it 57 46 45 42 40 40 43 38 34 38 41 44 SI 47 45 50 43 38 40 48 40 Sea- aoQ .05 .01 Tr. .13 .01 .81 .61 as 8.86 8J7 8.99 9.00 9.81 10.43 .45 .03 11.06 11.08 FREE PARKING AT REAR OF STORE DOWNTOWN REDUNDS Big program of home building continues Redlands Daily facts Monday, Apr. f 19M - 5 For the fifth month in succes sion, new construction in Redlands has exceeded $1 million. March's valuation was $1,307,363. Building Superintendent Raymond Phelps reported. Local construction activity during the first quarter (Jan., Feb. and March) of 1964 is still well ahead of the pace set in 1963 — the city's record high year. Valuation of building permits issued since Jan. 1 is estimated at $6,350,150. The figurefor the same period last year was $5,087,180. On the basis of building permits issued in the first week of April, it is a certainty that the gap between the 1963 and 1964 construction totals will be wid­ ened to at least $2.2 million by| the end of the month. Valuation for April 1963 was a meager $317,249. Construction for April 1964 has already hit $1,335,000 by virtue of a 50-home subdivision authorized last week. Residential construction in March added more thsu 40 new homes with a combined value of $843,350. There were no apartment projects started during the month. • Non-residential projects added $409,760. This included a 36-umt motel on The Terrace ($104,000) and two swimming pools at Redlands High school ($198,850). Building alterations authorized in March totaled $54,253. The following table gives comparison of monthly building valuation for the past 12 months and the previous 12 months. The left-hand column starts with April 1963 and ends with March 1964. The right-band cohunn starts with April 1962 and ends with March 1963. 19i3 1M2 Apr. .. ...$ 317,243 $ 241,015 May .. ... 979,065 1,961,870 June .. ... 1,948,389 316,906 July .. ... 1,254.176 916,092 Aug. ... ... 3,062,239 1.061,573 Sept .. ... 4,355,862 313,333 Oct ... ... 432,545 "2.698,495 Nov. ... ... 1,053,840 1,152,817 Dec. ... ... 2,012,324 700,878 19M 1W3 Jan. ... ... 2,839,454 455,138 Feb. .. ... 2,203,333 3,516,699 Mar. .. ... 1,307,363 1,115,343 Total ...$21,765,842 $14,366,123 About People Ronald J. Nance.fireman apprentice, USN, nephew of Miss ElizabcUi Nance, 519 West Palm avenue, has returned to Alame da after a month of intensive traicing operations aboard the aircraft carrier USS Ranger off the San Diego coast Marine first Lieut. Frank 0. Bryant son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Bryant 12578 FifUi stireet Yucaipa, is participating in Operation Change Train" while serving at the Marine Corps Air Station at Eaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Deria R. Riordan, M.D., has received word of his certification as a Diplomate of the American Board ot Otolaryngology. Dr. Riordan is associated |in practice with Edward W. Gibbons, Ph. D., at the Audiology Center in Redlands. New Mission courtroom open house Wed. Cdifomia plan Is expected to be present at tomorrow's 7 p.m. City Council meeting at Safety Hall Services held for Clifford Westmann Private family services were conducted this afternoon in Pomona for Clifford L. Westmann, 1427 East Sunset drive North, who died suddenly Saturday morning in Pomona Valley Community hospitaL Mr. Westmann, division superintendent for the Southern California Edison Company with offices in San Bemardmo, was attending a dinner honoring a retiring company emptoye Friday evoiing in Pomona whoi he was stricken. He was takm to the hospital wha-e he died the next morning. He was 59 years old. Bom in St Louis, Mo., Mr. Westmann has been a resident of California since 1920 and of Redlands smce 1961. He was with the Edison 0>mpany for 33 years and was widely known. He leaves his wife, Irene M. of Redlands; a son, Russell A. Westmann of Alhambra; his moUier, Mrs. Birdie E. Westmann of Redlands; a brother. Earl R. Westmann of Studi o City, and a granddaughter, Linda A. Westmann of Alhamhra. This afternoon's services were conducted at the Todd Memorial Chapel in Pomona. LOS ANGELES (UPI)-CaU- fomia water agencies have Uieir own plan which will be offered to their Congressmen as a substitute for Interior Secretary Stewart UdaU's Pacific Southwest Water Plan. A spokesman for Uie six agencies involved said Saturday the plan would direct Udall to consider all water sources in an area larger than that of the Udall Plan. He said it was hoped the new plan would develop at reasonable cost considerably more water now surplus in other areas to fulfill need of arid Southwest states. The new courtroom for th Mission Judicial district west of Redlands will be open for pub lie inspection during an o p e house and dedication Wednesday, it was reported today. Judge Vando £. Unger said the new quarters at 24885 Ccn tral avenue in Loma Linda will be formally opened by Supervis or S. Wesley Break during a p.m. ribbon-cutting ceremony. The open house itself will be from 1 to 5 p.m. and old cotut dockets dating back to the earnest days of the Mission district will be on display. Tne Mis sion district was among the first to be setUed in early days of the valley. The ' new court facilities occupy the property formerly housing the Loma Linda University market Included are th new mahogany paneled judges bench, judge's chambers and offices for clerks and the constable. UROCsto hear Pettis and Wordle Redlands area member of the United Republicans of California will hear GOP Congressional candidates Jerry Pettis and V. Dennis Wardle tomorrow night during a meeting at t h e Southern California Edison company's electric living center on Brookside avenue. An estimated 100 persons representing three 8e|>arata UROC groups in the Redlands area are expected to hear the two candidates for Congress. (Pouactl AdrerttKmenU 5ajfs Jack B. Cummings— (City Council Candidate} "Lefs face it—the complexion ef Redlands is changina notably and fast. W* ewR't live in the past, pleasant as it was. As our commercial buildings and homes have been modernized, so must our city gevemmant mbmit to change and improvement. *lt has »« bedofw, but wifji pnidence. Lefs hear your sufflefKens.'' Jack B. CUMMINGS X Adminisirelor Vital Records BIRTHS DAY — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Milton Day, 2852 Mill Creek road, Mentone, April 4, 1964, at Redlands Com munlty bospitaL C^ALES — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. L. Canales, 35091 Juniper avenue, Yucaipa, April 3, 1964, at Redlands Community hospitaL MCLAUGHLIN — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Walter McLaughlin, 1073 Fourth street CaUmesa, April 3, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. ESCALANTE — Bora, a son. to Mr. and Mrs. D. Escalante, 1027 Calhoun street April 4, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital. WORSLEY — Bom. a daughter, to Mr.and Mrs. W. B. Wors- Icy, 1149 Michigan avenue, Beaumont April 5, 1964, at Redlands Community hospital DOUGLAS — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and iirs. Allen Douglas, 11850 Third street Yucaipa, April 5, 1964, at Redlands Community hospitaL DEATHS DAY — Died in Redlands, Ap­ rU 4, 1964, Mark Alan Day, 2852 Mill Creek road. Mentone, aged 1 day. native of California. Deceased is survived by his parents, Milton and Judy Day. Grandson of Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Giles of Lansing Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Si mons and the following brother, Michael M. Day. Graveside services will be held Tuesday at 10 a.m. at the Hillside Cemetery, Elder Dean Green of the Redlands Cfanreb of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park, Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. STAB PUPPET IMAGE JAKARTA (UPH-The Indonesian news agency Antara Sunday reported that a puppet image of Malaysia Prime &Qn ister Tengku Abdul Rahman was stabbed by thousands of demonstrators at a rally held in Bali March 3L It said the puppet was subsequently burned. WHJ4AM G. MOORI. PubJUher. FRANK E. MUOU, Uitar. PubUshed cveiT molas laxeep' Sandayi at FacU baUdlos. TOO Brook side at Center. Bcdlaa*. CalUornla. FooadMl Octobtr 3X UM. 74tl> fear. Entered «• mtaoA dan natter October 33. 1B90. at the Port 0«ice at Redlands, CalUoreta, nadat act of Marcb 3. 1878. SUBSCRIPTION KATE (In Advance) Br Carrier OcUnrr Oa* M»th t 1.S» tbtet Mulka Six Meatka M« OB * Tear : H .*a Oae Hfnlk Oae Xaae _ Br Man. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI)- Stocks inched ahead today to score their third consecutive new highs in boUi industrials and rails. Jones tc Laughlin and Youngstown Sheet paced a firm steel section wiUi gains of around each. Lu-kens, a recent group leader, retreated a large frac tion. Motors were narrowly mixed. Ford and American Motors eased around H while Chrysler and General Motors held close to Friday's closing levels. Union Carbide and Witco Chemical advanced more than 1. Du Pont and Eastman Kodak eased fractions. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Le(c Close Chgs. 130 Ind 828.88 820.51 824.76 up 1.77 20 rrs 197.47 195.01 196.42 up 0.96 15 util 138.53 136.85 137.81 up 0.10 65 stijs 287.97 284.80 286J1 up 0.74 Sales today were about 5.84 million shares compared with 5.99 million shares Friday. « Most Adlre Slicks (De«r.Jaaes Service. Conrltfy I,esier, Kroas A C«.> 2*1 E. State Velome Close Ckni: I3.1l «l Fair. Camera 30 'i +1 Aaacooaa 4S>i +1 Sperry Bao4 W'i + 'i R.C.A. 36ls 77.««« 1S.90a iS .lOO a.4M M.400 s3.:oo fJ.OOO eo.ooo 49.700 4»J500 47,700 - - - - . +1H Tei. Can 8«Iph_ ;« +i El Paso NaU Ga*. :o''t — M Cant. Aalr. il'.j -Ui Control Data i3H 4-Sn Ckryslar 44«i — • Amer. T. Ji T lS»>i —JU Amer. Stand. 23 + Amor. Tok. 34'i + StBdebator Pan Am. Air.. Aapcz SU nnek. SO -1 ISH + H SOME AWAKENING FORT WILLIAM, ScoUand (UPI) — John MacDonald, 60-year-old bellboy at the Im perial Hotel here, has found a novel way to wake up the guests in the morning. At am., he dons his full Highland dress and marches through the 46-room hotel .playing tunes on his bagpipes. ABOUT THIS QUESTION: "Home Sweet Home!... never meant more to us than now, after living in a hotel for three months while the burned-out interior of our home is rebuilt. Would a Homeowners Policy pay all the 'additional living expenses' under these circumstances?" or answers to your insurance questions consult Beavtr, VHIcoxsoa & Davis. Inc.. 204 E. State V.i ?'St.. Redlands. 793-2373. AT REDLANDS AIRPORT — The appeorance of on airline stop was given to Redlands Municipol Airport today when Lockheed officials flew in from San Francisco end Burbank for o meeting of the Corporate Board ot Lockheed Propulsion. Chief Pilot James W. Gray is at the controls of the Convoir 440 — an airline size ship — which came down from Sen Francisco. In the distance are five smaller twins. View looks toward airport hangar. (Facts photo by Clifford J. Kenison) Two Redlands math teachers win appointments Robert F. Ferris and Paul G Krantz are among only 45 teachers in the United States who have won appointments to the academic year institute in mathematics which will be held at the University of Illinois from June 15, 1964, to June 9, 1965 it was announced today. Purposes of the institute are to assist in improving competence of mathematics teachers employed in secondary schools, and to contribute to thedevelop- ment of mathematics teacher training curricula in teacher training institutions of the na tion. This is Illinois' eighth year of participation in the program which is sponsored by the Na tional Science Foundation. The institute program lasts a fuU 12 months with the 12-week summer session a prerequi site for the academic year. Prof. Joseph Landin, institute director for the University of nUnois, noted that the program satisfies all the requirements for the degree of master of arts in mathematics. Each participant will receive basic stipend of $3,600, an allowance of $570 for each depen dent, a book and travel allow ance and provision for all uni versify fees, including tuition. Mr. Ferris, who resides with his family at 824 Sherwood, is math teacher at Redlands senior high school. Jlr. Krantz, who lives with his family at 519 Hastings, teaches match at Cope jum'or high. Sub shoots CAPE KENT^fEDY (UPI)-A U. S. submarine cruising sub' merged off the Florida coast] today fired a Polaris missile on successful 1,500 mile training ight Poulfry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. April • fUPI) — iKgs: prices to retaUcn iAb. to dia. rtbntor planlJ (deUvered I'li centi higher): AA extra large 42(4-46^4, A extra large *lVfW^. AA larg* 3SK-39H. A large 33;^H. B large 29',4-3H4. AA medium 29V4-3J!4. A medium 27^-284, AA nnaU 23^MV,. A smaU 2t<^23M. Prices to consumers: AA large 39- St. A large 48-50, AA medium 44-4S. A medium *3-iS, AA amaU 38-41. A smaU 37-39. Poultry: Fryers (at ranch) 17-19. roaifers (at ranch) 3Z-2S, light type hens 4-S twd. avg. 4J5, hena cross SVtS^ wtd. avg. 3.S2: turkeyi: fryer roasten 21. Missing since March 6 of couple found in plane on mountain A small plane missing rince| March-6 with a San Diego couple aboard was found demolished yesterday on the southeast slope of- Sugarloai mountain east of Redlands. The bodies of Robert W. Anderson, 40 and his wife, Evelyn, were in a half-frozen state, still wedged in the telescoped cockpit of the Cessna aircraft The original sighting of the plane was by W. D. Massey from Moonridge who was hunt ing in the area. The location was at about the 8500-foot elevation at the head of what is now Wild Horse canyon. Prior to 1955, this was called Holcomb Creek canyon. The crash scene was access! Gypsy king seriously ill in Soft Laice City SALT LAKE CITY (UPI)Gypsies from throu^out the West continue to gather today near the Salt Lake hospital where their "king" remains seriously ill. Between 800 and 900 members of the band led by Migel Marks of Ogden, Utah, have gathered since the Gypsy leader was hospitalized last week with kidney troubles and high blood pressure. Migel, between 60 and 62 years of age, is "king" of a band of 10,000 gypsies, according to his son. Miller Marks. Members of the band have gath- in the belief that when a| 'king" is ill, his chances of re-1 covcry are .enhanced if the whole clan gathers. Hospital authorities said their switchboard had been flooded with telephone calls, from pomts as far away as Mississippi, inquiring about the ailing leader. While Miegel remained in "critical condition," a dispute was reported brewing between his son and his brother, Joe Marks, ai^ Ogden used car dealer, over his successor. ble by dirt logeng road up Lightning canyon and was actually only about IVt miles off) the paved highway between South Fork and Big Bear, just below Onyx Summit. Anderson was last heard from at 6:18 p.m. on March 6 when he radioed that he was' over Palomar cnroute from San Diego to Las Vegas. That was a stormy day. Bodies of the two victims were brought out late yesterday evening through the cooperative efforts of several agencies. The San Gorgonio Search and Rescue Team was called out, and became part of a search effort which included the U. S. Forest Service, the coroner's office, the California Highway Patrol, and sheriffs office headquarters, phis deputies from the the Yucaipa and Big Bear substations. Brown's hearing set for May 1 A preliminary hearing on robbery-rape charges against Johnnie Lee Brown, 23, of Redlands will be conducted in Redlands Justice Court on May 1. Brown, arrested last week in connection with a series of violent attacks on women in North Redlands over the past seven months, is hemg held in County JaU in lieu of $8,300 baiL Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Apr. 6 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sis 72s Ms 113s First grade ...7.13 6.53 5.06 4.80 Second grade.. 4.77 4.47 3.59 138s 1i3s 180s First grade 4.28 3.68 3.53 Second grade 3.40 3J5 — Trend: Steady. NEW YORK (UPI) — Citrus report: California Navels: 13 cars, higher 88s and 138s, lower 113s, unchanged balance; half boxes $5.45. 4nnouncement of Funeral Services HAROLD H. VON DER HELLEN Services 2:00 p.m., Monday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL ROBERT W. ANDERSON MRS. EVELYN ANDERSON Services pending. f.Aniiiu COKTREK Announeemenf of Services LOWRY, Floyd L. 11:00 a .m. Today Yucaipa Chapel DAY, Mark Alan 10:00 ajn. Tuesday Graveside: IQlIside Memorial Park HEBEET, Mrs. Gertrude Rosary: 8:00 p.m. Wednesday Yucaipa Chapel Requiem Mass: . 9:00 a.m. nursday St Frances X. Cabrini Church KENNEDY, Mrs. Mabel L. Services Folding Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels ns MootcsroE AVE . 7W-2 <r For men on tiie go. The University. Th* rib-fop tJntversiiy is striped In 18 campus color combinations. Yours is undoubtedly among them. Th« UmvMsSy is OM sports sock that really stays up sactimly, doesn't devafop uikle droop even after a stren* nous tennis match. It's Spun-Soft cotton—washes wo* derfully—with cotton and nylon cushion foot for extra comfort, extra absorption. The University is Intemoven* to its toes. It is not just an ordinaiy sodc. 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