Independent from Long Beach, California on February 21, 1964 · Page 18
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 18

Long Beach, California
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Friday, February 21, 1964
Page 18
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{i Banker Approved $125,000 Loan ,tb Baker Without Investigation 4AKDNER L. BRIDGE ^HINGTON UV-A tanker who said a {125,000 loan B a k e r without the former, Sen. __:'· Financial statement ijiledged Thursday that .Jwjj^ Baker's influence, friends -would give additional customers--if' 'jjj^inflnence' -- yes. I ;k£, to/influence." said am'F.'CoIlini J ) Collins, executive vice pres- · idcntirf the District of Colum- J tia'National Bank, testified tit i Senate Roles Committee · iZarfcs pa Baker's outside business activities. · . - - ' - * · · · THE COMMITTEE is conducting a conflict-of-Interest investigation into the many- sided -operations of the 35- year-old Baker, who resigned under fire last October 7 as J19,600-a-yeat secretary to the Senate's Democratic majority.: . Committee Counsel t_ P. M c L e n d o n announced that . Baker's secretary, Carole Tyler,- has been subpoenaed to ' appear at an 'open hearing next Wednesday. Miss Tyler, a.former Tennessee beauty " queen, has been occupying an elaborately furnished t o w n ; h6«Se which Baker owns. ' -The committee also heard . _ ^^ ,, ; a Puerto Rkan politician. Jose i|^i .» fjf if0 \ · A- Benitez, describe how he ^^^·M*^ · - i ~ l . · cut his S ery good friend- JOSE A. BENTTEZ i -Baker in on a meat-import Partner fa Rakeoff ' deal that is yielding thera both about $230 a month for little 1 if he continues to balk at dis- · · ' ^ t . . .. _ . . - Rites Today ! for Victim of Strangler ».«». on. Frt. rrt. n. iw INOffENDENT--Pigt A-|» Funeral services for Mrs. oittee which described Baker as a mm with a claimed net worth of J2.166,000 and a Christina Elizabeth Wariner, government official wh ost -17, slaia manager of the Cali"good offices in behalf of our fornU Hotel in Santa Ana. bank could be very valuable win be today at the Win in our growth." , · bigter Mortuary. . » ' « · · | Mrs. W a r l n e r ' s son. THE MEMO spoke of Baler,Michael, 21, a Mormon mix- as "a gentleman with fnnu-'sidnary in Canada, returned merable friendships and con-jto Santa Ana Thursday and nections." [made arrangements for his Sen, Hugh. S c o t t , R-PaJia°tf 1 «*'* funeral and settle- asked Collins if he would stfll nient of her estate. He said lend money to Baker knowing the private sen-ice will be whit he does now from the.Iimited to family members, committee's investigation, I Mrs, Warmer's bratallj "Yej, sir, I would." Collins bludgeoned body was fouad WILLIAM F. COLUNS Sought Baker Influence \^ · "**·'*« ,: i/fr r-?/f,- s ^f V» J, ;»- $-,,·-. '.Tt^X. Sunday in her hotel apartment by one of the residents. An autopsy revealed she was Mr. Baker has performed with strangled, but head blows integrity." Icould have caused death. replied. "I made my judgment of Mr. Baker for good or 2t I'm 'content with the loans. ni ns tniriioic iitntuiT iiv umnuz, nrrmv mmir itmin until vinur. surmi tuiiti WIUUT. u% iut| .. * . IEITUI inun. MTI icini MIW* TRY TODAY'S SUNNY BROOK A MIRACLE OF WHISKEY SMOOOKNOOTHNESS! S MAQ /· v Bleaded iA Whisker * 4/S 9»- S/J59 K«t»cly U Straight 4/5 GREATEST CARPET SALE EVER TO HIT LONG BEACH BELMONT BUYS OUT ENTIRE WAREHOUSE STOCK OF FAMOUS CARPET MILL OPEN TONIGHT, FRIDAY, 'til 9 cf so work. closing his financial records. c "} DECIDED Fd like to give COLUXS testified the J123,- Biiby a participation because ^ loan ,.,, ^^ u$t he,te!pd to put this business tcrather," Beniter said. He * ^rZiV^VJ «V« f^A ·· mr,r,*\ described the $250 a month April 22 to finance the purchase of Baker's new home the business start- "·' - Spring Val- | ^jley section of Washington. Baker was described as | ming 1^00 shares cf c a p i t a ! stock of CoHins's I . , -J* ^developed under ques- bank, which won its federal I tiofiing that Baker now co!- charter in 1962 after several ; lects the fee and gives Benitez year, o ( unsuccessful effort ·a personal check for his share, to get the charter, ColTms , "Baker invoked his Fifth'said. · ·Amendment protection against In a Feb. 1/1963 financial I po'ssible self -incrimination! statement prtriously placed I ·wh^n'ht was summoned be-' in c o m m i t t e e files. Baker I fqre Jte committee Wednes-j \-alued the stock at $45,000. day He was ordered to return] Collins acknowledged au- MJrt, Tuesday under threat cfithorship of a March II, 1963 a pbssible contempt citation memo to the bank's loan com- SPECIALS FOR WISE MFIALLIC-GLO YARN ' loop mohair blend YARN 100% MOHAIR yon from 99 yon from Italy 1C jcandinariaa rrp* THICK'· THIN YARN WE'RE COMING TO BELMONHHORE WAUH FOR THE OPENING! ' HEADQUARTERS FOR ITALIAN MOMAlR YARNS! LONG BEACH- SATURDAY, 9:30 to 6 SUNDAY, 11 to 6 FUamen* SALE STARTS T01IAY 0:MO A.M. DAYS ONLY FRIDAY SATURDAY--SUNDAY LIQUIDATION PRICES 18,000 Yards of First Qualify Carpeting,,, Sold al Below Dealers' Cut Prices in This Gigantic PRE-INVENTORY TAX CLEARANCE SALE rV;. t Buy Now and Save!! ..: /*/ . -»·- * _ _ . * A V r * f * · · · · · » · · · · · · · · · * · · ! ^ppwto FIRST QUALITY ROLL END REMNANTS HALL RUNNERS STAIRWAY CARPET 27" to 42" width. Formerly sold as high as $7,00 ft. Yd, Now, per running foot VIRGIN WOOL BY BEATTIE Moth proof Beautiful Decorator Colors only 1200 Yards at I this low. price SQUARE YARDS FIRST QUALITY 100°. CONTINUOUS FILAMENT DUPONT "501" NYLON M 75 Heavy Double Backing 12 Decorator Colors formerly sold as high as $7.99 yard NEW LOW PRICE SQUARE ' YARD FIRST 'QUALITY 33-OZ. WOOL Luxurious inch thick pile with double heavy bacling. Choose from Moss Green, Bone White or Royal Blue. SOLD REGULARLY AT 8.95 YD. SAVE 3.95 YARD SQUARE YARD FIRST QUALITY nm QlUUTt EXAMPLE: I $7 QO 12-FT. LENGTH UP TO 42 INCHES WIDE-- / · I t * IidiJtW h tVit yntf irt B^«rt III N(f«n. W»b. T»t*. MM ttttmei ula ROOM SIZE RUGS ROLL ENDS AND REMNANTS 6'x9' to 12'x2T Some 15-foot widths continuous filament nylons/ wools in your choice of colors. SELLS REGULARLY -AT $6.00 Yard. SQUARE YARD First Qualify fill, II T*I, !3« CO I Tlill. 21 r*.. SH " Hill, U lit, HI-CO l»Z.J1. 71 T fe, SI4I9 9'xl2' to 12'x21' 501 DuPont Continuous Filament Nylons, Caprolans and EXTRA HEAVY WOOLS. In your choice of c o l o r s . SELLS REGULARLY AT $8.0O YD. NOW [inept*: till. 12 IZilJ, U SQUARE YARD First Quality »4l60|Ui1J. 2 T*^. S» JMCO||2.J1, It yfa, JlUt NYLON CUT PILE Beautiful for Bedrooms in ^ blue, cqua, beige. ^ REGULARLY SOLO AT $5.00 YD. R 1 FURNITURE · CARPETING · DRAPERIES TEJJSJIPTOSYE^^ 600 ALAMITOS ST Long Beach HE 7-6401 100% VIRGIN NYLON PILE Available in brown and white tweed, beige tweed, Sandal wood and blue-green. i50 13. ta. rmu CUALltT

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