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Local Notes Imparial Custom Drapet Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. Rummag* Sal* . Apr. 24th and 25th, 9 a.m. at 23 Cajon St 1st Methodist W.S.C.S. Trtaaure Tones Paint, Park Frea; Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange. We give S.&H. Green stamps! x Op«n at New Location I Jeamiette's Permanent Wave Salon, 338V^ Orange St (across from Gerrard's Marljet) Phone 792-4331 or 792-2840. Christian Science Reading Room in Masonic Building, 131 Cajon, open to public Monday through Thursday 10-5, Friday 10-10. Saturday 10-1. Realtors Meeting Redlands Board of Realtors •will meet at 8 a.m. tomorrow at the YWCA. Robert Moody of the American National Bank will be the speaker. I Knew Him When See Jan Pearce, as Shylock, before he turns pro at the Tyrone Gutherie Theatre. "The Merchant of Venice" Little Theatre on the Zanja, April 30, May 1, 2, 7, 8, &flth. For reservctions call or write Betty Gamsey, U of R LitUe Theatre, 793-2121. x U. R. confers honorary degree on Dr. Young "In recognition of dis tinguished medical, educational and humantarian leadership In the community, state and na^ tion," the University of Redlands today conferred an hon-' orary doctor of science degree upon Dr. Forrest Young of Bed- lands. This ceremony was one part of the annual Founders' Day commemoration at the UR which also included the official dedication of the new men's dormitory, Merriam HaU. Dr. Young received his honorary degj;ee at the 10 a.m. convocation ceremony at which he was also the featured speaker on his experiences with the Project Hope hospital ship in Peru and Ecuador. In his view, Project Hope "has had more impact on the people of South America than any other program which has ever hit the country. "There was a testimonial for us in Trujino, Peni, before we lea and 30,000 people turned out to honor 60 Americans. And 40,000 turned out two days later to wave to us as we sailed out of the harbor," Dr. Young emphasized. He said the project has been successful because it is -operated by the People-to-People Health Foundation as a nonprofit private corporation and is not connected with the gov- emment, even though it was inspired by Dwight Eisenhower] when he was President Following Dr. Young's talk. Dr. Charles Howell of the biology department, read the citation of merit for Dr. Young. He noted that for 15 years Dr. Young was in charge of plastic surgery at the University of Rochester School ofj Medicine and Dentistry and Strong Memorial hospitaL Your many articles in pro­ fessional publications on surgery subjects have added significant Imowledge in the fields of plastic, recanstructive and orthopedic surgery and have caused yon to be known, nationally, as a leader." The citation also recognized his service as consultant to the Kaiser Foundation hospitals in Los Angeles and Fontana, to the Crippled Children Services, State of California, the San Gorgonio Pass hospital and as former chief of staff of Redlands Community hospitaL The actual conferring of the degree and the doctoral hood was by Dr. George H. Arma cost, UR president Dr. Young was graduated from the UR in 1926, later attending Stanford for his doctor of medicine degree. He returned to Bedlands in 1950 and has been in the private practice of surgery here since that time. Vital Records Butek Wins Again! It's official, Buick takes three out of four classes in Mobil Economy Run, best of all "8"s. Bert S. Hatfield Buick, between 7th and 8th on E. Redlands Blvd. X Brush Fire Redlands firemen assisted atate Forestry crfiws in extinguishing a trash and brush fire along the Southern Pacific railroad tracks ia San Timoteo Canyon west of the old depot about 2:15 p.m. yesterday. Salazar Funeral Mass of the Angels for Miss Laura Jean Salazar were held Monday at 9:00 a.m. from Sac red Heart Church. Rev. Heaiy W. Keane, pastor of the church officiated. Pallbearers were: Leo Salazar, Pat Loughlin Jr. James Nace and Jim Mann. Burial was at Hillside Memorial Paric Emmerson Red lands Mortuary in charge. Fish and Gam* Meeting The Redlands Fish and Game Conservation Association will meet tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the Community Room of the Se curity First National Bank. James Sainmont of the Department of Fish and Game, Inland Fisheries, at Chino, will present a program on lake and stream fishing. Edwards Services Funeral services for Roy Lee Edwards were held Saturday morning at 10 o'clock from the Second Baptist Church, with Rev. R, L. McDonald, officiating. Pallbearers were Henry Wilson, Robert Thomas, Willis Townsend, and Dean Means. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. F. Arthur Cortner Chapel was in charge. Gibson Services Funeral services for Mrs, Hilda Elvira Gibson were held this morning at 11 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel, with Rev. V. Stanley Silke, of the First Baptist Church, offlc iating. Pallbearers were Emil Peterson, August Peterson, G A. Bandel, Fred A. Bandel, Donald M. Hayes, and E. M. Howard. Interment was in Hillside Memorial Park. BIRTHS HINSON — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hinson, 1314 Opal avenue. Men tone, April 20, 1964, at Red lands Community hospitaL ATZET — Bom, a daughter, to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Atzet, 1398 Tourmaline ave-| Due, Mentone, April 16, 1964, at St Bemardine's hospital, San Bernardino. HOWARD — Bom, a son, to Mr. and Mrs. Shadrach How-; ard, 1009 Carlson av«ine, Redlands, April 15, 1964, at Norton Air Force Base hospital. DEATHS SHERLOCK — Died in Fontana Calif., April 21, 1964, JuUa Norene Sherlock, 1105 5th street, Calimesa, aged 53 years, native of California and resident of Calimesa for 12 years. Deceased is survived by her husbaiid, Richard J. Sherlock of Calimesa and the following children: Mrs. Lida De Tomaso of Fontana; Mrs. Irene Henry of Hacienda Heights. Funeral services will be held Thursday at 11 :00 a.m. at the Emmerson Calimesa Mortuary chapeL Rev. William Sloan, pastor of the First Baptist church, officiating. Interment is Hillside Memorial Park. Announcemenf of Funeral Services MRS. mLDA ELVIRA GIBSON Services 11:00 a.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL JUNGLE JAUNT—You meet the strangest things on the rough road through Nairobi National Park in Kenya. And giraffes always have the right-of-way, even if they hold up the East African Safari Bally. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready mar- [ket through Qassified Ads. Astronomers to hecn* lectures on meteors Warren Estes, astronomy instructor at Riverside City Col lege will speak on meteors and meteorites at the meeting of the Valley Amateur Astronomers Friday evening at 8 o'clock in Hornby HaS, room 101, Uni-j versify of Redlands. The lecture wHl i&Jude slides of the orbits of known meteor sources and their period of return. In addition you wOI have the opportunity of seeing some of these metalie and or itony objects. Professor Estes will tell of actual falls which have been witnessed by man. Any one interested in Astronomy Is welcome, there ii no admission charge. About People Cadet Donald W. Beck, son of Mrs. Dora Beck, 334 Cajon street, has been inlated into the high school "W" club at Went- wortb Military Academy in Lexington, Mo. Cadets who earn monograms by outstanding par- ticipafion in the academy's fall and winter sports program are elibible for "W" club membership. Freeway crash under Investigation At 2:15 pjn. today, the California Highway Patrol was in- vestigafing an accident on Alabama street at the westbound freeway onramp. The accident involved a tmcki owned by V-J Building materials of Redlands, driven by Al Blackford of Loma Linda, and a car driven by Mrs. John W. Walton, 31994 Ave. E, Yucaipa. The car was entering Alabama from the off-ramp, the truck was traveling south on Alabama. The car sustainedl damage to the front end and the truck lost its fnat wheels when it struck the divider island. Mrs. Walton was taken to] Loma Linda hospital by Redlands Ambulance, the CHP reported. She was not believed seriously injured. Neither the driver nor a passenger in the truck, Richard McManis, was^in-] jured. R9dlaiH§» Daily focfs Tiei, April 2f, IfM - 5 HareM Pahl of Redlands was registration chairman for thai spring convention of the National Society of Hearing Aid Audiobgisfs last weekend. The N.Y. Stocks conclave was conducted Friday, Saturday and Sunday at tije Hilton Inn at San ^i'ancisco's Airport NEW YORK (UPI) — Stocks firmed today. Trading in Chrysler was held up in the last hour because of an influx of orders which fol lowed news tliat the company had declared a regular quarter ly dividend. Traders had expected a dividend boost Last trade prior to the halt was at 48H up %. Ford and General Motors firmed but American Motors was down slightly. Lukens andj U. S. Steel retreated around 1 each. Du Pont added a fraction but Eastman Kodak and Union Carbide retreated. Oils were a strong spot with ennzoil, Richfield Oil, Standard Oil of California, Texaco and Sinclair all posting good gains. IBM and Beckman Instruments made good progress but Litton and Minneapolis - Honeywell retreated. International Nickel rose more than 4 points. Services held for grandson of Silverwoods Private graveside services were conducted yesterday for 3%-year-oId Stuart Spencer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nelson Spencer (Sally Silverwood) of Pasadena and grandson of| tiie W. E. Silverwoods of Bed- lands, who was drowned "Friday hi a neighbor's swimming pooL WILLIAM E. SUTHERLAND Services 2:00 p.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL MISS JUUA MARY GATELEY Services 10:00 a.m., Wednesday at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL MBS. CARMEN E. GONZALES Rosary sernces 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, at the F. Arthur Cortoer ChapeL Requiem Mass 8:00 a.m., Thursday, at St Mary's Church. r.iumioit CORTNER 2a BROOKSlOE XVL • PY 2 -MU 70i MOOKSnc AVL 7* M 44 I Announcemejit of %erv\ce% EDWARDS, Wright Watson 3:00 p.m. Today Memorial Service Yucaipa Chapel LANG, John 3:00 p.m. Today Redlands Chapel D.ANIEL, Mrs. Grace G. 2:00 p.m. Wednesday Valley Chapel Loma Linda ROSE, Mrs. Viola L 2:00 p.m. Thursday Yucaipa Chapel SHERLOCK, Mrs. Julia 11:00 a.m. Thursday Calimesa Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels Dow Jones Stock Averages High Low Close Chgs. 30 ind 830.70 820.47 826.45 up 1.91 20 rrs 199.13 196.85 197.84 up 0.15 15 UU 140.74139.18 139.63 off 0.46 65 Stic 289.75 286.31 288.03 up 0.27 Sales today were about 5.75 million shares compared wlUi 5.56 million shares Monday. IS Msit AcilT* Slocks (Oow-Jaacs sciTlcs, Courtesy Z,csUr. Brans « Co.) 20S E. SUt* Volume Cles* Cinr US.eoo Cnrtb rib. ]!•• -24i i24,0flO Chrysler. <«« -lU KO.lOO Tex. Gnir S«l»h. -lOti —itl IIS,«KI Sperrr BSB< KH «Bch. 91.500 Ford •¥ >» rs.ITO J. I. Cass I3?i -f »• :,400 B.C.A. 341s — ?k tMDH Fslfb. Whltaey_ 6>i + M USM Esiteni Al», S7»» -3!i M.4«e ckL rua. a«34 + u 8S.9«« Cent. Air, t4H — >t 4I,9W Gettr 54 —Hi 44.7M Amer. T. * T. _U2H —Wt 4S,4M Elec * Mas. lad. 7ts -I- >l 4i.0M TrsaslIrM «!s — M The child was playing with a litfle friend when they wan dered into the swimming pool area where the gate had been inadvertently left open. The 11-year-oId girl in the family who lived at the home where the accident happened dove into the pool and pulled Stuart to the bank where mouth-to-mouth rescucitation was applied while the fire department was summoned. All attempts at revival failed. Memorial services were conducted at 10 a.m. Monday m Robert Freeman chapel of the First Presbyterian church in Pasadena. Dr. Ganse Littie, the pastor, officiated. Yesterday's graveside service, with Rev. Mark Andrews of the Redlands First Presbyterian church of- ficating, were at the Silverwood family plot in the Beaumont cemetery. Pease tells of school drop-out problem study An intensive search is now under way for a solution to the school dropout problem — a problem which is expected to worsen in the next six years when Vfi million youths who hit the labor market will not have finished school. These and other statistics were underscored last night at tile Kckoff dinner for Public Schools week, this week, an event highh'ghted each year by the Masonic Lodges throughout the nation. More than 150 persons gathered for the Redlands Masonic event last night to hear C. F. (Skip) Pease, discuss the em ployment problem and the school dropout Mr. Pease, a San Bernardino! civic leader and insurance man, is a director of the San Bernardino County Council of Community Service and is cur- rentiy serving as chairman of the county-wide study committee on unemployment and school dropouts for this agen-] cy. He pomted out that the school dropout problem and its resultant unemployment prob COPE MUSIC FESTIVAL - This « the 'Trumpet Triple Trio" from Cope Junior High which will ba part of th* Cop* Spring Music Festival to be held in Clock Aodftorium, this Friday, April 24, at 8 p. m. The public is Invited to o varied progrom of band, orchestra and choral music Fred Wdrtr, Cope music instructor, will direct the band and orchestra while Wilbur Schowolter will direct choir. Trumpeters shown (I to r, standing) are Dale Keim, Ken Miller, Jerry Stenejhem, Charles ledbetter and Kimberly Ogden. Seated are Joe Griffin, Bob DeBauw and Jerry Van Wieren. Bruce Freeman is a member but is not pictured. (Public schools photo) Housewife says her home for the birds lem is not sometiiing in some distant land — it's a problem right in this valley. He noted that $29 million was spent in this county last year] for dependency programs for 32,000 charity cases. Tins year, $4214 million has been budgeted for this purpose at a tax cost of 49V4 cents ofl the current rate. Mr. Pease stated that school and civil authorities are making extensive studies of the, problem but emphasized that these efforts are almost useless without support of the par^ ents. As part of last night's dhmer, it was also emphasized that while public schools are always open to the public, a special invitation to visit is issued this week. A number of specific events are being planned by individual schools to commemorate the week. LONG BEACH, Calif. (UPI) —An irate Long Beach housewife wishes all the swallows would go back to Capistrano. It was like one of those monster pictures you see on television," Mrs. Frank S. Pa rilla commented as she told of her unhappy experience with the birds. Twenty-five bfrds swooped down the chimney of the Parilla home Sunday and exploded into the fireplace screen. Mr. and Mrs. Parilla tried to shoo] the swallows out—but the birds batted into walls, drapes, rugs and fiimiture instead. The birds wouldn't fly out under their own power," Mrs. Parilla said. "We had to catch most of them by hand." Sky Roamers to fly planes from Wichita, Kans. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through (Hassified Ads. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Apr. 21 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: Sis 7:s Us 113s First grade....5.68 6.53 5.33 401 138s 1«3t 110s First grade 3.75 3.51 3.45 Trend: SlighUy lower navels. Fined $70 HAYWARDS HEATH, Eng. land (UPI) — Farmer Arthur Russell was fined $70 Monday for allowing the left horn of one of his rams to grow around into the animal's eye. James Brown of Bedlands. president of the Sky Roamers flying club, will head a 42-per son delegation to Wichita, Kan, Thursday to take delivery of 14 new Cessna affcraft "This is tie largest known purchase of Cessna single en gine aircraft by a private dub," Brown said. Brown, vice-president of the Lockheed Propulsion Co., will be accompanied on the trip by his wife, Maxine. The couple reside at 1432 ElizabeUi Crest They will meet 40 other persons, all members of Sky Roamers, at the Lockheed Air Terminal in Burbank on Thursday. The group will tour the Cessna factory in Wichita be fore flying the 14 aircraft back to Burbank en-masse. Sky Roamers is a non-profit association based at the Lock heed Air Terminal. A Sky Roamers chapter has been organized and is now operating at Redlands Airport The association's 220 mem hers own an equity interest in the corporation and its aircraft This allows them to rent aircraft for personal use at rates designed to cover cost of operation. Brown was one of the founders of Sky Roamers, which was organized in 1S46. SELL IT TOMORROW Witii low - cost aassified Ads SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost Classified Ads EASTMAN DILLON, UNION SEOirnEs & Co. WEMBERS NEW YOWC STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK BOSTON PHIIADEIPHIA CHICAGO Dial Oparater (Tell-Fraa) for Zanitfi 74S00 STUART E. POWER, Manager, RIVERSIDE PLAZA I0N7 ILOW TOOll TOP ily ; the roof," when you're hit by a disaster not covered by insuranca. Get the broad coverage of an iEtna Casoalty Homeowner* "package" poUcy which includes protection against fire, wind, theft, personal liability and many other perils. Call us. SawyerXookSCo. REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA Insurance & Suretf Bonds 2W.SfafePlMiie79-3-2814 >VTNA CASUALTY Weather March 21 March 33 Mirch 23 March 24 Mar<* 23 . March 2« March 27 , March 38 , March 29 . March 30 . March 31 . April 1 _ April 2_ April 3_ AprU * _ April 5 _ AprU 6 _ April 7_ April 8 _ April 8 AprU 10 _ April II AprU 12 April 13 April M _ AprU IS. RalnfaU Temp. 24 Sea- Hours son 63 *} . , . .01 9.00 .81 9.S1 .61 10.42 J9 laei .43 11.DS M 11.0» 52 40 47 42 53 38 6S 34 10 3S 80 41 84 44 «T SI 82 47 58 43 60 SO 59 43 67 38 68 40 58 48 63 40 18 3» aa 43 as 48 84 47 71 48 90 45 SO SO 95 54 85 57 April 18 84 49 April 17 75 52 April IS 68 52 April 19 68 40 .09 11J7 ABTU 20 S8 42 Apfil 31 »T 43 A HELPING HAND FROM REDLANDS FEDERAL the reaHzaticm of yew dream come true ~ a lx)!» of jmof own. Soand ^nandal guidance and a loan for borne building; bomt bayJBg or tuiw «t • Improveinfint await you at any of oui: foui: oCBcea. " ' OailgiSfiJIilifads WILLIAV O. KOOax. rubUdiar. rsAMK X. XOOBX. Miter. 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