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Local Notes MwfMM Man Hurt Witter Tolbert. 38, of Mentone, suffered a head laceration about 9:15 pjn. Satardayj when bis pickup track ove turned near Gremspot road, was treated at Bedlands Com- mmity hospitaL Larfl* Cray PersUn Tom Cat White paws. Lost Sat 792-2020. RadlMida "100" Club Pothick luncheon, noon tomorrow in the lOOF halL KnttMs th« RoundtabU Ihe Bedlands Knights of the Soundtable will met at noon tomorrow at the Elks Qub. Anotfwr Opcnin0— Another Show^ Be a First-Nighter. Very f e seats left for the festive opening of "The Merchant of Venice Little Theatre on the Zanja, April 30, May 1, 2, 7, 8 or 9th For reservations call or write Betty Gamsey. U of K Little Theatre, 793-2121. Sherwin-Williims Piinf* Alder's Paint and Art Store 25 E. SUte St, 792-3355. x How About This For Economy? 25.29 mpg for a Euick Spec lal Six; 23.7 mpg for a Buicki Special V-8; 21J6 mpg for Buick's LeSabre fuU size V-8. All this and Buick quality and styling loo. See them, try them at Bert S. Hatfield Buick, Bedlands Blvd. between 7th 8th. SBVC Lechtr'o Series A color film entiUed "Scotland and Wales: Change an Progress" will be presented on the San Bernardino Valley Col lege forum - lecture program Thursday at 7:40 p.m. The illustrated lecture will be held in the college auditorium and is open to the public without charge. Propriety of Demo, program quesf ioned WASHINGTON (OTI)- Sen Jack Miller, B-Iowa, today ques ticmed the property and legality of reported plans to use some profits from advertising in the Democratic National Convention program book for party expenses other than the Atlantic City convention, MiDer said that in the past both political parties have "satisfied" the Corrupt Practices Act by applying convention program profits to convention expenses. But he told the Senate it now appears the Democrats, chargins $15,000 a page; for program advertising, may take in more than convention expenses and turn the excess profit over to the party. Weother March 18 Much 19 MiMfa 20 NMtcb 21 Much 23 Mivch 23 Much 24 Mindi 35 Much 26 March 37 Much 28 Mtrdi 2» Much 30 Much SI Aprn 1 — AprU 3 _ AprU 3 April 4 — April S_ AprU 6_ AprU 7 _ AprU 8 _- AprU 9 — April 10 _ April U _ AprilU — AprilU _ AprU 14 _ Aprn IS _ A*rU17_ Aprfl J8_ A *cai*_ 83 73 78 63 SI 47 53 6S 70 80 84 87 82 sa 60 59 67 68 SB 63 78 82 B5 84 72 90 90 95 95 84 75 JUlnJiU Temp. 34 Sei- Boun ton . 68 .61 48 45 42 40 40 42 38 34 38 41 44 51 47 45 50 42 38 40 48 40 38 45 48 47 48 45 SO 54 57 49 52 32 40 41 .01 .81 .61 JS .45 .03 9.00 9.81 10.42 laei 11.06 11.08 Prospect Park group goes before council Whether Prospect Park can be purchased with public contributions^may be settled tomorrow when the Prospect Park Committee makes a formal "statement" to the City Council The committee's statement comcides with the expiration of| a sjiecial Prospect Park account into wUch Bedlanders have donated more than $73,000 in the past six months. Although he didnot reveal the substance of the statement Committee chairman Lloyd Yount stated it was based on decisions made at a committee meeting Saturday. The Committee has been soU citing public contributions since November in an effort to acquire the 40-acre park at Cajon street and EigUand avenue without usmg tax-derived funds. The money has been placed in a Bank of America holding escrow. Contributors to the Prospect Park fund in November authorized a five-month extension of the escrow deadline to allow the committee more time to secure additional contributions. The extension gave the committee until April 21. The committee was organized following the defeat of. a $575,000 boqd election to finance the purchase of the private parkland for a municipal par£ On the strength of the bond issue defeat, the City Coundl has declared it would not use "tax money from any source" to purchase the park, but it would cooperate in an effort to acquire the property with non­ tax monies. Vital Records BIRTHS LOGE — Bom, a daughter, to Dr. and Mrs. Philip Logo, 401 East Mariposa drive, April 19, 1964, at Bedlands Community hospitaL WEBSTER — Bom, a daughter, to Mi:, and Mrs. Ramsay Webster, 1028 FuHbright avenue, April 19, 1964, St 'Bedlands Community hospitaL HUFF — Bora, a son, to Mr. and,Mrs. Ronald Huff, 34540 Avenue F, Yucaipa, April 19, 1964, at Bedlands Community hospitaL POPEJOY — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. K. Popejoy, 233 West D street, Colton, April 19, 1964, at Bedlands Community hospitaL LEWIS — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Levris, 11243 Alabama street. April 18, 1964, at Redlands Community hospitaL CRAIG — Bora, a daughter, to Lieut and Mrs. William E, Craig (Joanne Finlay), April 20, 1964, in Wunburg, Germany. Maternal grandparents are Jlr. and Mrs. Madison Finlay, 1550 Elizabeth street, Paternal grandparents ar Mr. and Mrs. Walter C. Craig of Phoenix, Ariz. Maternal great - grandmother is Mrs, Henry T, Johnson, 1B35 Boss- mont drive. J» 1U7 DEATHS EDWARDS — Died in Yucaipa Calil, April 18, 1964, Wright Watson Edwards, 11992 N. 3rd street, Yucaipa, aged 85 years, native of Vermont and resident of Yucaipa for 52 years. Deceased is sundved by his wife, Harriet Edwards of Yu caipa, and the following children: Norman E. Edwards, El Cajon, Mildred Gillson, Ocean Beach and the following sister: Leona Holmes, Portland, Oregon. Memorial services will be held at 3 p.m. Tuesday at the Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary chapeL Rev. Clell C. Gray, pastor of the Yucaipa Methodist church, officiating. Cremation, Montecito Memorial Park. It is requested by the family that flowers be omitted and make donations to the Cancer Research Fund at Loma Lmda University. LANG — Died in Loma Linda, Calif., April IS, 1964, John Lang, 169 N. Center street, Redlands, Calif., aged 89 years, native of Mass. and resident of Bedlands for four years and Yucaipa for 15 years. Deceased is survived by his wife, Jlrs. Etbel M. Lang, Red lands. Life member of Lafayette Lodge No. 241 F & AM, SealUe Consistory Scottish Rite. Emptoyed by Marine Supply Company, 30 years as Pur- chasmg Agent Funeral services witt be held Tuesday at 3-p.m. at the Em merson Bedlands Mortuary cha peL Rev, Luther G. Hardyman, pastor of the State Street Christian church officiating. Cremation to follow in Montecito Memorial Park cemetery. ROSE — Died in San Bernardino, Calif., April 19, 1964 Viola L Rose, 1224 Congress street, San Bemardmo, Call fomia, aged 85 years, na tive of Illinois and resident of San Bernardino for 10 years. Former resident of Yucaipa. Deceased is survived by the foUowing children: Mrs. Edna Nichols of Redlands, Ulyuss Rose of Yucaipa and Bill Bose of Lees Summit, Mo; 4 grand children and 8 great grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 2 p.m. at the Em merson Yucaipa Mortuary cha pel. Rev. Clell C. Gray, pastor of the Yucaipa Methodist church officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park cemetery. GATELEY — Died in Redlands, California, April 20,1964, Mrs. Julia Mary Gateley, 1316 Pa cific, aged 91 years, native of Georgia and resident of Redlands for 6 years. Today's Best Used Car Buy at HATFIELD Buick Deceased is survived by two daughters, Mrs. James P. Gentry, Jr., Redlands; and Mrs. Newte Daniel, Arkansas; and one sister, Mrs. J. H. Gillespie, Louisiana; 7 grandchildren, and 11 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be held Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner chapeL Rev. Mark Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, officiating. SUTHERLAND — Died in Mentone, California, April 13,1964, William E. Sutherland, 135 2 North Jasper Street, Men- lone, aged 89 years, native of Virginia and resident of Mentone for 29 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday afternoon at 2 o'clock Ifrom the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. Delbert McLaughlin, officiating. Interment win be in Hillside Stemorial Park. Those who wish may make Memorial contributions to the Mentone Congregational Church, in (he name of William E. Sutherland. GONZALES _ Died in Redlands, California, April 20, 1964, Mrs, Carmen E. Gonzales, 875 .Carlotta court. Bed- lands aged 95 years, native of Arizona and resident of Redlands for 75 years. Rosary services will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o' clock from the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Requiem Mass will be celebrated Thursday morning at 8 o'clock from St Mary's Church, with Rev. Ricardo Meza officiating. Interment nill be in Sllside Memorial Park. GIBSON — Died in San Bcr- nardmo, California, April 18, 1964, Mrs. Hilda Elvira Gibson, aged 77 years, native ofl Preston, Mo., and resident of Redlands for 33 years. Funeral services will be held Tuesday morning at U o'docki from the F. Arthur Cortner Chape], Rev. V. Stanley Silke, of the First Baptist church, officiating. Interment in Hillside Memorial Park. Sunshine follows stormy weekend ^ RAINFALL TABLE Sea- Last Storm Rodlands 09 Mentono M Yucaipa .. Calimtsa . Mill Crook San Bdno. Rivtrsldo Beaumont , Banning ... . .14 . .20 , M . .07 . .07 , .22 .05 son TT .ir 14.23 14.32 14.79 18.11 14.18 9.55 14.42 14.9i Yoor 6 .73 7S7 7.90 7.«3 9.18 5.77 4.82 9.0< 7,95 Burglars take quantify of office equipment Office equipment vahied at $4,000 was stolen from Redlands Feed and Milling company Saturday night police reported. Burglars forced their way into the company's offices at 750 Oriental street between 6 p.m. Sat-| urday and 9 a.m. Sunday. Listed as missing were a check protec-, tor, three electric calculatingj machines, five adding madiines, a typewriter and a thermofax copying machine. Jordan A. Berg, general manager, reported the burglary Sunday morning. Police said a cash register was pried open and an unknown amount of money taken. The intruders attempted to peel open a safe m the general accounting office, but were unsuccessfuL Two other safes were untouched. The office machines were carried to a loadmg dock on the south side of the buildmg and placed in a waiting vehicle, police reported. kedlands Daily Joat HoK, April 20, 1964 - 5 Sullen, cloudy skies gave way to sunshine today as a we^end of April Showers did indeed give promise of soma May flowers. The flurry brought heavy showers to Redlands, at times, 'out the over all total was only .09 inch. Heaviest rainfall in this area was at the Mill Creek Ranger station which had .46. But Mentone also had .26 for the storm. As much as three inches of snow fell in the San Beniardioo Mountaim; but there was never, enough to interfere with traffic and all roads remamed open without chains. The storm extended into the deserts east of Redlands even easterly of Cabazon. And th temperature at the top of the Palm Springs tram was listed as 28 degrees at 2 p.m. Junior Red Cross club meets The Junior Red Cross Club of Redlands Junior High S c h o o held its last meeting at the Red Cross Chapter House this week. The dub members voted purchase and present to the Crafton School two tricycles They also sent a $25 donation to Washington, D.C., to the Ju nior Red Cross Children's Fund, designated for relief in the Alas ka disaster. Funds for these projects were gained from the Junior Red Cross membersliip drive con ducted at school last month Sherilyn Dunklau is president of Uie club. WHEELER ON TOUR SINGAPORE (LTD - U.S. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Earle Wheeler arrived here today from Saigon for a two- day visit to Malaysia in the course of a Far East goodwill and orientation tour. SELL IT TOMORROW With low • cost Classified Adi '62 Buick Eledra 225 44oor Hen's a true luxury car at about half Its eriginat price! Fully equipped — •leetrie vidndows, vents, seats, eir conditioning. Immaculotv in every woyl ^ Beautiful desert sand finish. Enjoy luxury at o big soWngl 2895 HATFIELD BUICK Far Used Cars You Can Buy With Canfidwwa E. Rediands Bird Befweei 7tfc & Mk - 7934238 RALPH DAVIS ABOUT THIS QUESTIOK: "When the newspaper refers fo a 'bail bond,' 'contract bond,' 'administrators bond' or 'fidelity bond,' I've often wondered where such bonds are available. Does Beaver, Wilcoxson & Davis Insurance supply all such types of bonds?" For answers to your Insurance questions consult Beaver. Wilcoxson & Davis. Ine^ 204 E. State St.. Redlands. 793-2373. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES, AprU 20 (UFO — EMS: prieu to nUUen f.o.b. to dls. tributor plintf MeUvered IM cents higher): AA extra large 33Vi-42ti. A extra Urge 37ii-*0ii. AA lerge 3m -3SK, A luxe 29ti<!0ii, B large 2SM-2S^. AA medium 27>i-30H, A medium 2S<V-2SK, AA nnaU Slli- '2iM, A <maU IBM-OOVi. Wees to consumers: AA large 3*. 51, A large 3S-<7, AA medium 39^. A medium 39.44. AA smaU 37-40, A smaU 35-38. Poultry: Fryers (at ranch) 17-19, roasters (at ranch) 21-25, light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.42, hens cron 5ft wtd. avg. 5J0: turJceyi: trrer, roasters 20ft, young hens 23ft-24. W. I Sutbeiland, Mentone church leader, dies William E. Sutherland, a member of the board of trustees of Mentone Congregational Chorch for many years, died in Mentone yesterday at the age of 89. He was a native of Virginia, Mr. Sutherland, a resident of Mentone for 29 years and who lived at 1352 North Jasper street, also served as superintendent of the Mentone church's Church School for years. A carpenter by trade, he directed the building of the new parsonage and the new Sunday School building of the church. Be leaves his wife, Mrs. Etta A. Sutherland of Mentone; two sons, Kobert C. and Claude Su therland, both of Mentone; five daughters, Mrs. Leona Wright of Detroit, Mich.; Mrs. Virginia Foss of Lincoln, Neb.; Mrs. Jean Dixon of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mrs. Wanda Rishling df Mojtone and Mrs. Marion Lueck of Excelsior, Minn. Also one brother, FieUen Su therland of Abington, Va.; two sisters, Mrs. Minnie Wri^t of Independence, Va., and Mrs. Clyde Gallahan of Bristow, Va 15 grandchildren, 33 great-grand children and two great • great­ grandchildren. Funeral services are sched uled for 2 p.m. tomorrow from the F. Arthur Cortner chapel with Rev, Delbert McLaughlin officiaiing. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. VERSATILE COLLABORATORS - Looking over sketches to be used in their forthcoming book, "Doe Flighty," ore Joseph P. Tracy, Lt. Col., USAF (Ret) of 27 Sooth San Mateo, Redlands. ond Dr. John A, Norcross, Col., USAF, of Albuquerque, N.Ai To be released by Aero Publishers, Inc., of Los Angeles this fall, the humorous, well-illustrated book represent* a collection of the best of the authors' magazine efforts over a period of years to guide flyers to better health through better living. In addition 1o re-slanting many of the original articles tov/ard the private flier, new chapters have been written aimed at the light plane pilot. Flying doctor^pilot eO 'authors unique book Friends who wish may make memorial contributions to th Mentone Congregational church in the name of William E. Sutherland. Mrs. Gibson passes away Funeral services are sched uled for li a.m. tomorrow for Jlrs. Hilda Elvira Gibson of| Redlands who died Saturday in San Bernardino at the age of 77, Mrs. Gibson was a native of{ Preston. Missouri. She had lived in Redlands for the past] 33 years and was a member of the First Baptist church. She leaves one son, Roger J. Williams of San Bernardino; brother. Axel Tedermann of Spokane, Wash.; four sisters, Mrs. George Bandel and Mrs. Ann Jackson of Bedlands, Mrs. Helen Reynolds of Hemet and Mrs. Clara Droits of Kansas City, Mo.; two grandchildren, Laurie Anne and Roger J. Williams in San Bernardino. Tomorrow's services will be conducted by Rev. V. Stanley .Silke of the First Baptist church. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. SWEEUE PIE By Nadine Seltzer For the first time in the annals of aviation history, a book has been written specifically by flyers for flying personnel, pomting out the way to goo health — and keeping it by safe flying habits. •nUed "Doc FUghty," th tome is described as a "comprehensive compendium of fundamental physical facts for th fearless flyer." In brief, it is humorous and somewhat whimsical guide to better health through good practices. The writers. Dr. John A, Norcross, Col., USAF and Joseph P. Tracy, Lt CoL, USAF, (Ret.) have teamed to produce the interesting book. Aero Publishers Inc., of Los Angeles, internationally known for aviation and space publications, has con tacted to produce the book for: early fall release. To those Air Force personnel who may have served in the N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UP!)- Stocks drifted irregularly lower today. Rails held firm, apparently gainmg some support from the President Johnson's statement that negotiators in the work rules dispute had made "definite gains." Steels were easier with Luke Jones & Laughlin, Youngstown Shet and U. S. Steel all off fractions. Chrysler lost around and General Motors shaded a fraction. Ford held firm. Du Pont lost around 1 but Eastman Kodak gained around the same amount. Texas lost 1^8 in an otherwise fractional petroleum section. Dew Jones Stock Averagai High Low Clot* Chgs 30 md 829.81821.49 824.54 off 2.79 20 rr 198.66 196.15 197.ra up 0.62 15 utl 140.72139.25 140.09 up 0.09 65 stk 289.39 286.29 297.76 off 0.30 Sales today were about 5.56 million shares compared with 6.03 million shares Friday. 15 H«t AetlT* StMks (Dsw-Jeacs Scrrlce, Ceartcsy Lester, Byens A Ce.) S«S E. SUt« TelHme Close Chng. Tex. GaU Salpk. 42U -f 2 Cartb Pab. 14 Chrysler 47ft Araer. T. * T._114 Sperry Kan4 Cent. AlrUses _ MA S4U F.r* S1U STS,50« 1«.7»»* (9,4M 57,1N 6J,7I)« S6,1M S«,IM »4M Z9,«M 2S3N Am. T. * T. (wl) 7IU Tennessee Css _ lt%k Amtt. lebscco^ S4H Dresser 31 fi BlehfleM OO S« Tn Am. 75U Menlgomery War* +S -1", +«i - W -1ft •acb. + ft -r ft + ft -1ft -lU +i'.t -1ft 'TWhst would you recommend as a birthday gift for the dog that has everything?" OaUmSiii^cb WILLIAM C. MOORK. Publisher. nAXK E. UOOSZ, Idlter. I^iblisbcd arvaiy mnjnc (excact Sunday) at Facts bnlldia*, 700 Brooli- side at Ceatar, ttodUnds. CalUonUa. rouadwl October 23. UM, T4th year. Eatarad as sacond .elasa natter October 33. USC at tba Post Oltlce at BedUads, Califoiala. oadcr act at March 3. 1«7«. •UBSCKIPnON- KATX (la Advaaec) By CasTler OeBrery Oaa Meata 1 JJ» rkree Maatta Six Maalka _ Oaa Tear Far East, Doc Flighty was almost a household word, for it was in that theater that t h friendly doctor became famous Appearing originally in the Pacific Air Forces Flyer maga zine, his monthly articles soon became a guide to better health through better living as written by Doctor Norcross in a somewhat salty vein. Recently, the authors decided to te-slant many of the original articles toward the private flyer in the hope that numerous needless accidents may be prevented. New chapters were written, aimed directly toward the light plane pilot and'intended tO: serve as a guide to safer fly ing. Colonel Norcross currently is chief of the Life Sciences Advisory Group in the Directorate of the Nuclear Safety, Deputy The Inspector General, USAF, at Kirtland AFB, Albuijuerque, N. M. His years of experience in the field of aviation jnedicine are clearly reflected in his writings. Co-author, Tracy, 27 S. San Mateo, Redlands, retired recently firom the Air Force after editing several USAF pubh cations, including the globally popular Flying Safety magazine, now known as Aerospace Safe-j ty. He started flying m 1S29 and has logged some 15,000 hours as a pilot. The versatile Tracy also has produced 26 full-page black and white illustrations for the D o c Flighty book which reflect a sound knowledge of the fun and fobiles of the characters. Womon who lived here 75 years dies Mrs. Carmen E. Gonzales, 875 Carlotta Court, 95 years old and resident of Bedlands for 75 ; years, died here today. Mrs. Gonzales was a native of Arizona and came to California 90 years ago, first living in Colton. She leaves a nephew, Frank E. TnijlHo of San Bernardino and a niece, Leandro Tnijillo of Loma Lmda. Rosary will be recited Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the F. Arthur Cortner chap­ eL Requiem Mass will be celebrated Thursday at 8 a.m. m St Mary's church by the pastor, Rev. Ricardo Meza. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Apr. 20 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: 5Ss 72s Us 113s First grade... .6.78 6.65 5.54 4.38 Second grade.. 4.25 3.76 3.55 138s 1(3s INs First grade 3.90 3.58 3.45 Second grade 3.25 2.85 Trend: Slightly lower navels. NEW YORK (UPI) — Citrus report: California Navels: 18 cars, slightly higher best, lower especially U3's balance; boxes $3.37. Valencias: 3 cars, no market; % boxes S2.81. toaa Meath Oae Tear _ By Maa .IMS -* Ija _ ISJe TREASURE HOUSE Your mnued fumitore or tp pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Announcemenf Seryices SALAZAR, Miss Laura Jean Mass of the Angels 9:00 a.m. Today Sacred Heart Church EDWARDS, Wright Watson 3:00 p.m. Tuesday Memorial Service Yucaipa Chapel LANG, John 3:00 p.m. Tuesday Redlands Chapel ROSE, Mrs. Viola L 2:00 p.ra. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel DANIEL, Mrs. Grace G. Services Pending Valley Chapel Loma Linda Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 703 MOOKSIOE AVE. TnMT Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS: HILDA ELVIRA GIBSON Services 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur CoI^ ner ChapeL WILLIAM E. SUTHERLAND Services 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL MISS JULIA MARY GATELEY Services 10:00 a.m., Wednesday at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL MBS. CABMEN E. ' GONZALES Rosary services 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Retjui- em Mass 8:00 a.m., Tbiors- day, at St Mary's Cfaorcb. f.amm CORTNER 21 BROOKSIDE AVE .PT 2-1411 t

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