Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on January 29, 1964 · Page 9
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 9

Redlands, California
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Wednesday, January 29, 1964
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S.T.L. awarded study contract The Navy Special Projects Office has awarded Space Technology Laboratories a study contract for an advanced missile system, part of the Navy's Advanced Sea-Based Deterrence Program, it was announced today by Dr. R. D. DeLauer, STL Vice President and Director of Ballistic Missile Program Management. "The study is part of a broad, forward-looking program and represents STL's entry into a new area of work for a new] customer." DeLaurer said. i The study will be conducted! under the guidance of BMPM's Advanced Ballistic Missile Study Program Office, of which ACCIDENT RATE NEW YORK (UPI) — Accidents are a major threat to the lives of pre-school children in the United States, accounting for about 5.000 deaths annually, or for nearly 30 per cent of the total mortality at ages 1 to 4. So Bank promotes Miller to vice president Robert L. Miller, recently ap- ....... . . .. pointed manager of Bank of f!_ P Or A./. ta ^ Uc _ ia _ DS . a l Metr0poll 1 America's Redlands branch. jhas been promoted to vice president and manager of the tan Life Insurance Co. A greater number of children at these ages die from accidental injuries than from pneumonia, leukemia, measles, scarlet fever, whooping cough, diphtheria and polio combined. Redlands Daily Facts Wed., Jan. 29, 1964 -9 George Parsons is Study Director. Parsons said that the particular study wll utilize talents from throughout STL, and will include participation from the Operational Systems Office in San Bernardino. branch, it was announced today by Jesse \V. Tapp, chairman of the board of the statewide bank. Miller succeeded Harold W. McMillen, who was named vice president in charge of Business Development for the bank in Orange County. Miller, a 18-year banking vet-i cran. was assistant vice president in the Loan Supervision department at Los Angeles Headquarters before coming here. Rent Electric Carpet Shampcoer FOR ONLY $1 jf Now you can rent tfi« new Bhm Lustre Electric Carpet Shampooer for only S 1 per day with purchase of famous Blue lustre Shampoo. Save big with this easy to use "do it yourself" equipment. You'll be amazed with the new look of your carpeting. Available at BEAUMONT HDWE. & LUMBER 1025 E. 6th, Beaumont HALE A GREENSLADE 13661 CalimeM Blvd., Colimeso HOME FURNITURE CO. 515 Orange, Redlands IMPERIAL HARDWARE CO. 19 E. Citrui, Redlands For Results Use Facts Classified Ads CADILLAC GIFT — Ralph A. Nichols, right, hands the keys to a 1955 Cadillac to (I to r) Dale Robinson, Monte Farquhar and Mike Meador, advanced auto shop students. The car, after a complete cleaning and tuneup by shop students, is now up for sale by bid. Mr. Nichols gave the car to the school district so that it could be sold and proceeds go to the Astro Student Aid Fund which Mr. Nichols started. The fund is used to assist students who need and desire improvement in specialized training. Anyone may contribute to it. The school district values the car "in excess of $600." Citizenship class offered at Yucaipa school Adults registering for classes in citizenship training will need to pay only the basic registration fee in the Yucaipa adult education program. There will be no class charge, Don Kelly, coordinator of adult education, said today. The citizenship class on the American Constitution in government is designed for those adults who are studying for citizenship in the United States. Doug Stuart, public school teacher of history and government, will conduct the second semester. The class will meet on Thursday from 7-9:30 p.m. in room 44 begining Thursday, February 6. English For The Foreign Born will include reading, writing, and speaking the English language. This class will meet on Wednesday from 7-9:30 p.m. in room 44 under the direction of Mr. Stewart beginning Wednes day, February 5. Class registration for the spring semester is being held Monday through Thursday, January 27-30, from 7-8:30 p.m in the Yucaipa high school administration building. Adults interested in high school graduation are encouraged to check with the coordinator concerning their possibilities. Washington Window Johnson's selection in the offing By Lyle C. Wilson The amateur politicians andiwas breaking the third term to please any cat... all tuna liver'n meat chicken fish meaty mix kidney 'n meat 6 Dr. Ross CAT FOODS pollsters are wasting their time in trying to discover in advance who President Johnson will choose next summer as vice presidential running mate. The only pros engaged in the vice presidential guessworks are a few local leaders scattered around the country and perhaps LBJ himself. It is the theory of the well-informed "In The Offing" columnists of the Washington (D.C.) Daily News that the President is floating some vice presidential trial balloons to discover the pockets of strength possessed by the numerous veep aspirants. "In The Offing" cautioned some weeks ago: "Disregard those inside stories about President Johnson's choice for vice president. Mr. Johnson won't decide until the GOP convention in July. Meanwhile he's floating trial balloons. White House aides arc tripping over one another spreading rumors. There'll be more of them." Waif For GOP After the P.epublicans nominate their ticket in July, LBJ will know better how to bolster his own presidential ticket against the GOP. Efforts are underway to paint LBJ into a corner on a second place. New York slate's Erie County Democratic organization has started a vice presidential boom for Atty. Gen. Robert F. Kennedy. That could embarrass Johnson if next summer he preferred some other man. LBJ might be placed in the position of rejecting Bobby Kennedy as a running mate. Johnson wouldn't like that and neither would Kennedy's friends. Local Democratic leaders with LBJ's interests at heart will play down the second spot until the President is ready. The choice will be his. FDR compelled the 1940 Democratic National Convention to accept Henry Wallace. John F. Kennedy assured his own election in 19G0 by tapping Johnson to hold the South. FDR's 1940 political reasoning was fuzzy then and seems so now. His usually sound political judgment may have been impaired by the uneasy knowledge that in 1940 he J tradition. However that may have been, FDR didn't need Wallace on the ticket. Sought Minority Voters Not so with JFK and Johnson. Kennedy was going for minority voters, notably the Negroes and his fellow Catholics. The Deep South, Henry L. .Mencken's Bible belt, was counted queasy on the matter of a Roman Catholic in the White House and absolutely opposed to the terms of Kennedy's bid for Negro support. So JFK needed a No. 2 man who could front for him in the South. Kennedy probably had made up his mind to tap Johnson weeks before the 1960 convention. If lie had then revealed his plans, Kennedy might not have been nominated. The Stevenson-Americans for Democratic Action - labor elements of the convention might have protested Johnson by stopping Kennedy. Johnson is too good a politician—better than JFK — to invite trouble by premature choice of a running mate. When the time comes, Johnson will pick his man to make the ticket look strong in areas where LBJ may be weak. Foreign affairs, for example, or among some minority group or geographical area. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 33162 Superior Court of the State of C.ttl- forni.i, for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of EDWARD H. EHRENSPERGER. also know as EDWARD HENRY EHHENSPERGEB. Deceased. Notice is hereby given to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against, the said decedent arc required to| file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the ahovc entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned at the law offices of John P. O'Connor, 33249-B Yucaipa Boulevard. Yucaipa, California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the tirst publication of this notice. Dated January 13, 1964. CHARLES WILLIAM TOWNLEY. Executor of the Will of the above named decedent. JOHN P. O'CONNOR, Attorney at Law. 35249-B Yucaipa Blvd., Yucaipa, California, 97-0097, Attorney for Executor. (First publication Jan. IS, 1964) L os Rios RAN CM o Open Every Day 9 A.M.-5 P.M. Co/ef Crisp Apples — Pure Raw Apple Cider LosRios RAHCHO Oak Glen Road OAK GLEN Yucaipa, Calif. 7 MILES EAST OF YUCAIPA 10 MILES NORTH OF BEAUMONT MARKET SERVE THE BEST FOR LESS AT GERRARD'S SIRLOIN TIP, T-B0NE, CLUBS Cut from MANNING'S BABY BEEF SERVE THE FINEST- SERVE MANNING'S BABY BEEF FROM GERRARD'S Hormel's HAM • • • PORTERHOUSE TOP SIRLOIN TENDER $109 GOLD MEDAL FLOUR 4-PACK Strawberry, Raspberry, Cherry, Orange, Lemon and Lime JELL-0 Springfield INSTANT Ready-to- Eat . . . Tenderized Shank Portion Hormel's Ham K 49« lb. Ham Slices SSr,, 89« AVOCADOS COFFEE 6 69 10 oz. Jar . . , S1.0? Jar ^O^^ J^W A EACH -LUNCHEON MEATS- Best's Kosher Sliced 4 oz. pkg. CORNED BEEF . . . "Vienna" Sliced, Ready-to-Serve PASTRAMI . . . 4 oz. pkg. Best's Kosher Sliced BEEF TONGUE . An . P , g . Best's Cotto or * or. pkg. SLICED BOLOGNA . . 59< 49« 37* LOOSE CARROTS... 5' PINTO BEANS .. 3 29 67' Detergent Tablets . . . Fast Dissolving H GIANT SIZE % SALVO "COMET" with Chlorinol ^ ^ CLEANSER ? .3 9 53 c Creamy Pink ... for Dishes THRILL Size GIANT SIZE Peas with Onions, Peas with Cream Sauce, 11 I Corn-Peas and Tomatoes ' "Birds Eye" M Vegetables 4 ' 1 Peas with Mushrooms, Peas-Potatoes with Cream Sauce, Rice-Peas and Mushrooms, French Beans with Almonds "Birds Eye" ffe C«f Vegetables 3 1 Each can makes 24 oz. Orange Drink Snow Crop Orange •• 6 oz. C ( SAMOA T CLOROX" 59 JACK-POT WINNER Liquid Bleach GALLON reg. 69c Size 7 60, $.| cans • for | Pepperidge Farms /' nvl « ; Turnovers JQt'^?' Apple, Blueberry, Raspberry, U *l ALLSWEET Swift's Margarine Pound 25 Mrs. E. Zegers, 611 E. Colton, Redlands. When Gerrard's Market called on Mrs. Zegers, she was immediately awarded the weekly prize of 5 Silver Dollars. She then produced the required sales slip and received the big Jack- Pot. Her total winnings 40 SILVER DOLLARS. Our congratulations to Mrs. Zegers. THIS WEEK 35 SILVER DOLLARS PAPER TOWELS "Northern" Asst. Colors PRICES EFFECTIVE THURS., JAN. 30 thru WED., FEB. 5 2 ROLL PACK 33 333 ORANGE ST. — REDLANDS

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