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Local Notes Ell's StMct Mttal Moving New location, 409 N. 5th St 792-1849. Swadith Sug«r Ringf Sometfaiog good and new from the Goodie Shop, 24 £ State. Dy«l Managed by Dreyer Appointment of Phil Dreyer, Sm Bernardino contractor and Iwilder and active in state Democratic affairs, as general chairman of the Dyal for Congress Committee has been an oounced by Ken W. Dyal, Demo cratic candidate for Congresi from the thirty-third district (San Bernardino county). Rcptal Ordinance Ne. 12291 Vote yes. Voter's Committee against Compulsory Bubbish Collection. 1955 Chavy Bel-Air 2 door hardtop. Nice, clean. 793-1406 after 5 p.m. Optimist Elks Baseball for boys league for 8-12 year olds will hold a final signup at 7:30 p.m. Thursday at the YMCA. Style Beauty Salon needs hair stylist. Apply in per son. 418 E. State, 792-4877. Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-S279. Dietetic Cake Satisfies the natural desire for bakery fresh baked goods. No added sugar, no added salt. Sucaryl sweetened, scientific formulation. Goodie Shop. Echo 2 Schedule Tonight At 7:06 p.m. today Echo 2 will be east of Kedlands, 14 degrees above the horizon, moving south' cast. At 8:54 p.m. it will be west of the City, 84 degrees above the horizon (that is, al most overhead), moving south' east. 1M1 Volkswagen 6 Passenger Pickup. A versatile, economy vehicle designed for many uses. Take the whole family or use it in business. Special $1295. Garvey Mortors, 415 Orange. X Ifs Now Officiall Buick won 3 out of 4 classes in Mobil Gas economy run, Los Angeles to New York. Buick V-6, 25.29 MPG; Buick Special V-8, 23.74 MPG; Buick LeSabre, 2126 MPG. Here is proof positive that Buick's engines and Buick- pioneered fransmissions have what it takes to lead the field in operating economy. Get a '64 Buick today! Bert S. Hatfield Buick, between 7th and 8th eta Redlands Blvd. 793-3238. x Supervisorial district boundary change bill Pacific Coast Newt Service Enlargement of San Bernardino 0>unty's third (Redlands- Yueaipa) supervisorial district to correct a one per cent imbalance in voter representation would be required by a state- la passed by the state Senate yesterday. Guidelines for the drawing of supervisorial district boundaries based upon a balancing of population within each district are established in a bill spon sored by state Senators Clark Bradley (K-San Jose) and Al fred Alqulst (D-San Jose). The measure is moving with' out apparent opposition toward final passage by the Legisla ture and referral to Governor Brown for signature. It would ! require supervisorial districts in 57 of the state's 5 counties to be reapportioned by April of, next year to provide: 1—That any three of the five districts in each county contain a combined population of more than 50 per cent of the total county population; and 2—That a majority (3) of each board of supervisors be elected from districts represent' ing a majority of the county's total population. Statistics indicate Uiat the three most sparsely populated districts in San Bernardino county encompass 49.58 percent of the total county census. Thus, a set adjustment of less than one per cent between the county's most densely populated Second (Ontario-Upland) Supervisorial District with 28.4 per cent and the Third (Redlands-Yucaipa) Supervisorial District's 16.2 per cent of the population would have to be ac' complished for strict compliance with the new proposal. Other percentages are: First District (Desert, 16.70; Fourth District (Fontana-Colton), 16.69; and Fifth District (San Bernar­ dino), 22.06,of the total county census. Based on these divisions of population, a resident in the Thfrd Distinct holds a "voting power" advantage of only 1.75- to-1 over his Second District counterpart This ratio of representation is generally regarded as well within the court's interpretations of "equal protection.' While the apportionment guidelines set forth in the Bradley-Alquist proposal will mean radical adjustments for only ten counties under current dis-| trict structures, lawmakers and the state's legal community regard the plan as historic precedent For, if adopted into law, the standard could well end, once and for all, a continuing and confusing parade of court cases surrounding the constitutional question of just how "equal" political representation must be for each and every citizen. RccfloiMfs Oolfy focfs Friday. April tfl,1W-5 Saturday Art Classes for children, starting April 18. Ten-week session wiUi graduate art major. Write Carol Everett, 304 Brcokside. s Kennedy Funeral Funeral services for Mrs. Mabel L. Kennedy were held Thursday at noon from Emmerson Redlands chapel. Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiated. Burial was at Inglewood Memorial Park cemetery. Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. Truck fire A pickup truck loaded with paint caught fire on the Redlands Freeway •west of Alaba ma sfrect about 8 a.m. today. Redlands firemen extinguished the fire before serious damage occurred. The truck was driven by Howard Falkner of Ontario. Christian Businessmen Members Ross Edwards, Ross Finfrock and Joel Soto will present "echoes" of the recent San Diego regional conference of the Christian Businessmen's committee at the Redlands meeting tomorrow, 7 a.m., at Willard's. A 15-minute prayer session will precede the meeting. Mrs. Mitchell named to FEPCpost Mrs. Blanche Mitchell, presi dent of the Redlands Democratic club, has been appointed to the Women's Advisory Coxm- cil of the California Pair Employment Practice Commission, it was learned today. Mrs. Mitchell's appointment was made by Gov. Edmund G. Brown, upon recommendation of, the FEPC chairman. Other members from this county are Mrs. John Quunby of Rialto and Mrs. Gertrude Novak of Upland. Mrs. Mildred Cranston of Claremont, formerly of Redlands, is also a member. The Advisory Council held its first meeting in Sacramento last week where Mrs. Mitchell and the other members were briefed on their duties. The primary responsibility of Advisory Council members is to be in a position to disseminate mformation and to be informed about the functions of the FE­ PC and the legislation under which it operates. >lnnounceinenf of Funeral Services FOSTER B. LONG Services 2:00 p.m., Friday, at the F. Arthur Cortoer ChapeL LEIGH W.OWENS Services 11:00 a.m., Saturday, at the F. Arthur Cortner OiapeL EDWm EUGENE CORWIN Services 2:00 p.m., Monday, at the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. M.\XIE BASKm Services pending. f.AnHOt CORTNER m PTMfU Met Opera Tomorrow Cavalleria Rusticana" and "Pagliacci" will be presented on the Metropolitan Opera Company broadcast tomorrow morning beginning at 11 a.m. (P. S.T.) over radio station KGBS (1020 on Uie dial). "CavaUeria" stars are Eileen Farrell, Mildred Miller, Richard Tucker. In "Pagliacci" are Robert Merrill, Franco Corelli, Lucme Amara and others. Peake Services Funeral services for William Peake were held Thursday morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Mark Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian Church, officiating. Pallbearers were Thomas Chapman, E. W. Mc Adams, Martin Van Diest Omar C. Ckifer, Fred Peake, Jr. (Grandson) and John A. Peake (Grandson). Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. Call your missile repairman Government issued missile repair tools were among three boxes of tools stolen from a Yu­ eaipa home in the. past week, the Sheriff's Substation in Yu­ eaipa reported today. The tools were stolen from Donald B. York, 12370 Third sfreet a Norton AFB employe, now on assignment in Spokane, Wash. The Uieft was reported by the victim's mother, Elsie I. York. Joan refuses income tax for war weapons PALO ALTO, Calif. (UPI)A spokesman for folk singer Joan Baez said Thursday she has refused to pay 60 per cent of her income tax as a protest against federal military expeU' ditures. Miss Baez said in a letter to the Internal Revenue Service Weather . «< . 70 . SI . S4 . 76 . 77 . 73 . 82 . S3 . 73 . 78 . 63 . 52 . '47 . 53 March 10 March XI March 12 March 13 March n March IS March 16 March 17 , March IS March 19 . March 20 March 21 March 22 March 23 , March 2i . March 25 63 March 2S 70 March 27 _ 80 March 2S _ St March 29 87 March 30 82 March 31 April 1 _ April 2 April 3 ... April -t _ AprU S _ April 6 _ April 7 _ April 8 _ April 9 - AprU 10 _ salnfaU Temp. 24 Sea- Eoun son . 58 . 60 . 59 . 67 . 63 . 58 . 63 . 76 . S2 . 85 . 84 « 38 48 4S 33 41 54 57 48 45 42 40 40 42 38 34 33 41 44 51 47 43 SO 42 38 40 48 40 38 45 48 47 Tr. 8J9 .01 .81 .61 .19 .45 .03 9JX> 9J1 10.42 10.61 N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Rails took the lead in a firm stock market today. Jiost prices in the carrier section moved up fractions. Among the leaders were Balti more & Ohio, New York Cen tral, Norfolk & Western, Chica go and North Western and Chesapeake & Ohio. IBM shot ahead more than 10 on news of a $36 million gam in first quarter earnings but later backed off from its high Motorola racked up a sizable gain. Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs, 20 rrs 196.15 193.94 195.28 up 1.81 30 ind 825.34 819.14 821.75 up 0.40 15 uU 139.11137.71 138.58 up 0.32 65 sUc 287.01 284.46 285.78 up 0.84 Sales today were about 4.99 million shares compared with 5.3 million shares Thursday. 15 Most Arilre Stocks (Oow-JoBfs Rerrice, Courtesr Lesttr, Kym * Co.) SOS E. Slate Volnnie Close Char. il*,-.oo Trsailtroa 6U + IMJOO Xerox _._ SJ -I 0;.10« T«. Cult SBI.._ 3«'i +l'4 ej.eoo EGA as'fc MJOO Hupp SU 64,100 Chrjrsler 48 56,600 Elect..* MBSIC... J'i 5I.:00 Araer. Tab. 3J'i S9.»oo Esilrm Atr 4I=i S.1JC0 CMC «t>i SUM West. Elect. 31'i + •f •* - '( + U -r 'i X0.600 Adiltes>orraph_ se'i SO.SOO Rejmolds Tob. _ 4*>i -i- <i SII.IOO Amer. ACr 5»'» + 'i »,30» RajrtheoB SIH — li 11.06 11.08 Announcement of Services REYNOLDS, Mrs. Lydia 10:30 a.m. Monday Yueaipa Chapel TOLSTEDT, Mrs. Lucy Jf. 1:00 p.m. Monday Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 7ta MOOKSIDE Xa. TfUM Vital Records MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED RORER-TUTOR — Walter L. Rorer, 20, and Carrie L. Tutor, 16; both Redlands. DEATHS COBWIN - Died in San Ber- nardmo. Calil, April 9. 1964, Edwin Eugene Corwin, 6746 Palm sfreet. Highland, aged 82 years, native of fteston. Iowa, and resident of High land for S3 years. Deceased is survived by one daughter, Jfrs. Henry (Caroline) Koch, Bakersfield; four sisters, Mrs. Grace Leonard, Wheaton, Minn.; Mrs. Niles Williams, St. Paul, Minn.; Mrs. Frederick Sperry, La Grange, 111.; and Nts. Kathryn Bauman, Richmond, Texas; and one brother, Arthur H. Corwin, Pa cific Palisades, Calif. Mr. Corwin was a member] of the First Congregational Church, of Highland. Mr. Corwin was retfred from the Sig' nal DepL of Uie Santa Fe Railroad. He was associated wiUi the Santa Fe Raihroad from 1911 to 1952. Before that, he, was wiUi the Great Northern Railroad. Funeral services will be held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Rev. W. John Parker, pastor of the Highland Congregational church, officiating. Interment in Mt View Cemetery, San Bexnardmo. WILLIAM C. MOORE. PnblUher. TRANK E. MOOKE. Editor. I>ubUsb«d «varr araunc (txcec Sujiday) at Facta bultdliic. TOO Brook side at Cestcr, Redlands, CalUoinla. romsdcd October 33, UM, T4U> jvar. Eotercd as second class mattn October 23, 189a at the Post Office at Redlands. California, under act o( March 3, 1878. SUBSCRIFTIOK RATE lln Adrancei Br Carrier OeUeorr nnr MOBU » IJ» Three JleaUs stJ* Six Mealha _ One Tear _ Osa Mealh Oaa Teas — BrMsU _J 1.5S Miss Baez, who spent her {early school years in Redlands when her father was on the Uni versity of Redlands faculty, was back just last Feb. 27 to do two benefit concerts. She is the daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Al bert Baez. that she does not believe in war or in the weapons of war, according to Uie spokesman, fra Sandperl. "Our modem weapons can reduce a man to a piece of dust in a split second, can make a woman's hair fall out, or cause her baby to be bom a monster," Miss Baez said. "I am not gomg to volunteer the 60 per cent of my year's income tax that goes to armaments," she said. This is ap proximately the percentage of the federal budget which i! used for military expenditures, Scouting on display at Skill-O-Roma All aspects of scouting will be on display at the 1964 Boy Scout Skil-O-Rama to be staged tomorrow by the Grayback Council, Boy Scouts o£ America. The 1 p.m. to 8 p.m. scout show will feature more than 60 exhibits set up in Uie cavernous BMI building on West C o 11 o n avenue. More than 1,600 cub scouts, boy scouts and explorer scouts representing 19 cub packs and 21 scout troops in Redlands, Mentonc, Yueaipa and Calimcsa will take part. Tickets arc available at the door. Proceeds from the scout show will be used to improve the Grayback Council summer camps at Barton Falts and in Wildwood canyon. Citrus Market NEW YORK (UPI) — Citrus report: California Navels: 2 cars, generally lower; M boxes $6.14. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. AprU 10 (UPI) — Eres: prices to retaUers tji.h. to dls- iTlbulor plants 'deUvered m cents hlaberi: AA extra larse 42!4-48i4. A extra large 41H-44M.. AA Urse 3S>i-39Mi. A large 33<>-34^. B large 29Mi.31'i. AA medium 23'i-3Sl4. A medium 27^.-284. AA smaU 23H- S6Vi. A smaU 2l 'ii -22'i. Prices to consumers: A A large 3S-i 54. A Urge 39-50. A A medium 39-S8, A medium 38-45. AA smaU 37-11, A small 37-39. Poultry: Fryers at ranch) 17-20, roasters (at ranch) 21-25, light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.45. hens croja 5^7 -wtd. avg. 5.50: turkeys: youngi hens 16, young toms 21, iryer roasters JL FLAMING CONVERTIBIE — A stole foresfry firemon sproys water into a burning convertible which caught fire on California street near the Redlands Freeway about 1 p. m. when the engine became overheated. The California Highway Patrol reported that the driver of the car, Terry Lee Park of San Bernardino, had earlier evaded CHP patrolmen at high speeds. James V. Mulloy, 16 North San Mateo street. Redlands, wos ona of two passengers in the car. (Daily Facta photo by C. J. Kenison) Child's death due to acute infection An acute bronchial infection was attributed as the "immed' iate" cause of the death of 4- year:old Cincy Welch of Bed- lands early Wednesday, the Coroner's Office reported today. Dept. Coroner Allen F. Paine stated that Ui« child had suffered from ac'ute bronchiolitis (inflammation of the bronchial tubes) for a period of days before her death. He said further tests are being made to determine whether an insecticide spray or a flu infection caused the inflamma tion. The ^^ctim was rushed to Kaiser Foundation Hospital about midnight Wednesday. She died three hours later. The youngster is the daugh' ter of Mr. and Mrs. Norman C. Welch, 10768 New Jersey street. Redlands area just catching up with apartments The increasing number of apartments being constructed in Redlands and other parts of Southern California is apparent ly an indication that this area is just catching up with the rest of the country. At least that's a conclusion made in the monthly summary of business conditions in SouUi em California as compiled by Security First National Bank. The report declares that "The surge in apartment constmcUon dramatizes a point which some times may be overlooked — that Southern California is reaching new state of maturity that is giving the area a housing profile more like population centers m Uie East and Mid-West. In these centers, apartment construction has long been of major importance in the resl dential field. . . "For a number of years, more family dwellings have been con- stmcted in Los Angeles county, But it was not until 1962 that this became tme for the 14- county area of Southern California as J whole. . ." The report notes that in five of the 14 counties, apartment unit construction currently ac counts for over 50 per cent of total bomebuilding. In three counties — Los Angeles, San Diego, and Santa Barbara — the ratio is over 70 per cent, the report says. The summary lumps into one area the San Bernardino • Riverside - Ontario triangle (m- eluding Redlands) and notes that apartment house construe tion in this area is only up from ESCAPES FLAMES — Carl Lester of San Bernardino, o possenger in a eonverfibia thof bur* into flames when the engine overheated, tells a Redlands Ambulance attendant how htt jumped out of the car to escape the fire. Lester was taken to Loma Linda hospital for treatment of an ankle injury and abrasions. SUES FOR DIVORCE LOS ANGELES (UPI)-Mrs. Elizabeth Hehns See, 42, wife of candy company executive Charles B. See, won a divorce Wednesday on grounds that her husband often stayed out until the bars closed at 2 o'clock in the morning. 31 per cent of the total last year to 3 per cent this year, or an increase of just seven per cent. The summary is not specific for any smaller areas within Uiis vast sUtisttcal district. There has been concern expressed this year that Redlands is becoming overbuilt, particularly with apartments. But M. WendeU Morrisset, vice president of the Redlands branch of Security bank, concludes from the survey that "On Uie basis of our sister cities in Southern California, the 3 per cent level of our area seems to be conservative." Fancy pigeans stolen from Yueaipa loft Eighty pigeons — all of them show birds — have been stolen from a Yueaipa pigeon loft owned by Charles Haynes, the Sheriffs Substation in Yueaipa reported today. Sheriffs deputies said 30 pair of birds were taken from the loft last week. The bird snatchers returned last night and removed another 10 pair. Haynes, owner of the Regal Pet Shop in Yueaipa, valued the birds at $10 to $15 a pair. They included Saddle Fans, Helmets, English Trumpets and ^Vhite Fans. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anythmg Call 793-3221 Don'f make Mother do it! ABOUT THIS QUESTION: We live in a furnished apartment. The owner's insurance doesn't cover our clothing, sporting goods, cameras and other personal items. Is here 'all risk' insurance cover fire, theft or accidental damage to our personal belongings either at or away from the apartment?" For answers to your insurance questions consult Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis. Inc.. 204 E. SMe St., Redlands. 793-2373. for ... Performance • Economy • Sfyllng • Price Resale Value See Us Soon .. . We'i* Kever UndcnoM Van Dorin Motor Co. IMrEHAl-CHirrSUR-DODGE - DODGE DART-DODGE TUCKS 1617 W. Rcdknds Mvd. 793-2493 CLOSED SUNDAYS

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