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Redlands Daily Facts 6 - Monday, Feb. 3,1964 Council to hear suggestions on rubbish collection Recommendations for improv- trated the efforts of a \vouId-bej ing thc city - s controversial Corn- burglar who entered a storage, 1 , R bW h ColIection 0r . room above Carlson s Hardware Locked door halts burglar A locked door apparently frus- San Bernardino legislators in Sacramento SACRAMENTO (PCNS)-S a n Bernardino County's three legislators arrived here today to open thc 1964 budget session. Assemblymen John P. Quim OUR ANCESTORS fcyQuincy Store, 330 Orange street, Saturday night. Redlands police said thc burglar gained entry through a sec-refuse pickup program were ond-story window and set off the worked out by an n. mem ber burglar alarm when he discon dinance will be received by the by and Stewart Hinckley and City Council tomorrow night. J Senator Eugene G. Nisbet were Revisions in the mandatory- greeted by Gov. Brown with a budget proposal of S3.66 billion and a 43-itcm special call. Since this is a budget year ;citizens committee headed by. nected wires to the alarm. j "'jonly those items placed on caU The burglar was unable to get. citv Councilman Waldo F. Bur-by Gov. Brown can be acted into the store below and appar-; roughs. The study group madC |Upon by legislators. However ently nothing was taken, police [ a word-by-word evaluation of the I tne Assembly and Senate will said. NEW MODERN UUITS^ <5EKVE VDU RIGHT, j TWEV MAKE THE VarcWEW | ^-S"~\VJORK <X> UGHT^J PLUMBING CO. i 520 TEXAS 5T. "etuJT KOUNDS.CAUF. I present ordinance, j The revised ordinance makes 'no major changes in the pro- jgram, but the committee is submitting two proposals it believes the Council ought to include in the ordinance. One proposal calls for a provision for adjusting rates and charges for hardship cases. The other is a variance procedure that would allow residents living on five or more acres in agricultural use to bury their rub bish in accordance with county health regulations. On the major issue, however, the citizens study committee was divided. By a 6 to 5 vote, the committee defeated a motion that the committee recommend retention of thc compulsory collection feature of the program. not lack for controversy during the next three to five months. Among thc Items already- placed on call by Gov. Brown arc such hot issues as county wide taxation for support of schools, a decrease in voting percentage requirements from two-thirds (66 and 2-3) to 60 per cent for approval of local school bond issues, and development of farm labor housing. Lt. Col. Haisley finishes staff college course NORFOLK. VA.(AHTNC) — Army Lt. Col. Philip D. Haisley, 40. son of Mr. and Mrs. Chester D. Haisley, 12524 Douglas street. Yucaipa, was graduated Big remodeling program underway at Norton AFB Considerable remodeling, ren- l pansion of the child-care nur-where the Thrift Shop currently ovation, and building is going;sery, a facility which is provid -j is located. Funds for the bowling on at Norton Air Force Base,|ed for small children of mili- alley will come from Military indicative of the constant need.tary and their dependents. j Welfare Funds, which again is to keep pace with the cver-ex-| A vacant building was brought at no expense to the taxpayer, panding missile program and I up to the nursery building and i This latter project is expected the support role in which Nor- 1 the whole building remodeled, j to begin shortly, ton finds itself. jSince this is a service that hasj Also to be built is an addition The huge task of remodeling; expanded considerably in recentto the base library which is Building 918 which will housejyears, a larser nursery with sorely needed to accommodate the 1002d Inspector General;more available facilities has be-the large number of personnel Group at Norton is now 76 per! come a necessity. This project j who use the facilities there. This cent complete. ,is now completed and was done;will be an expenditure of some The contract for remodeling' in its entirety from non-appro- ; S18 ,000 to be provided from M It seems that in these 'Roaring Twenties' of ours, the 'Flat Look* also applies to the beeri" from the Armed Forces Staff College, Norfolk, Va., recently. Thc college, which is attended by officers from all services and civilians from various government agencies, prepares its students for duty in all echelons of joint and combined commands Colonel Haisley is a graduate of Western Military Academy. Alton, 111., and a 1946 graduate of the U. S. Military Academy at West Point, N.Y. 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OTHER SAN GORGONIO SAVINGS BENEFITS 1. Free savings transfer service, 2. Postage Paid Save-by-Mail service. 3. Spacious free parking area. San Gorgonio Savings AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 1118 W. RAMSEY STREET • BANNING, CALIF. PHONE 849-4576 HOURS: 9 A.M. TO 4 P.M. MONDAY THRU THURSDAY / 9 A.M. TO 5:30 P.M. FRIDAY Mrs. Winifred Williams, retired missionary, dies Mrs. Winifred W. Williams. 62, wife of Dr. Hugh J. Williams of Plymouth Village, died at her home, 12 Brewster way, Friday afternoon. Mrs. Williams was born in Jefferson, Iowa, March 16,1901. As a small child she lived in the Philippine Islands, where her parents were missionaries. Subsequently the family lived in Albuquerque, N.M. and Ta> coma, Wash. Following her graduation from Butler University at Indianapol is, she married the Rev. Hugh J. Williams, and together they pursued graduate studies at Teachers College, Columbia Uni versity in preparation for missionary service. Mrs. Williams and her bus- band served for five years in mission schools of Argentina and Paraguay , returning to the States for further training at Cornell University, where her husband earned his Ph.D. de gree. They were on thc faculty of the interdenominational theological seminary in San Juan, Puerto Rico from 1943 to 1955 where Mrs. Williams taught music and directed choirs. She is the autb or of a textbook in Spanish on thc fundamentals of music. A memorial service will be held at the State Street Christian church at 2 p .m. Saturday, the Rev. Luther G. Hardyman officiating, Emmerson's Red lands Mortuary in charge. In lieu of flowers, friends are in vited to contribute to the me morial fund of the church. Surviving Mrs. Williams are her husband, Dr. Williams; son, Robert, a daughter, Mrs. Patricia Russell, and five grandchildren, all of Puyallup, Wash. Her brother David T. Williams is at Gainesville, Fla., and her brother Lyle at Chamblee, Ga the large warehouse, which covers some 90,000 square feet, was awarded to Stanfield and Haehn of San Diego, and calls priated funds, which means at; military welfare funds. An ob- no cost to the taxpayer. 'solete building has been moved Other building and remodeling \ adjacent to the library, which projects on the horizon include;will provide considerable extra for completion of "the building! modification of flight operations,; footage, by mid-March. This is the larg-l° u 'ld»>S- new offices, etc. Ap-i Up-grading of the base thea- est construction job being un-iproval has been received to con-:tcr is also in the offing. Funds dertaken at Norton at the mo -j struc t a new building which will;for this job will be provided ment, and is in excess of $715,- j house a 10 -lane bowling alley. I from Army Air Force Motion 000. JThis will be located in Area I,'Picture Service. The commissary, which hasj been boused in a building which now has become inadequate, will move into new quarters in early March. An old building, 575;' is being remodeled and new equipment will be installed. Thc prime contract on this job was; let to Refrigeration Sales and Maintenance Company of S a n Bernardino in the amount of $230,000. The base chapel, a place of worship for all denominations, is also getting a refurbish job. A vacant, older building, has been pulled up to thc existing chapel, and here space is being provided for a conference room, waiting room, kitchen, general offices, reception room, etc. This job was let to Clee Rich ardson of San Bernardino. Other remodeling includes ex Auditor reveals unrecognized big local industry Can it be that there is a virtually unrecognized local "industry" with an income of nearly S7 million annually which puts 64 per cent of its income back in circulation through salaries? That such an "industry" exists was pointed out last week by Charles Ziilch, local CIA. The "industry" — the Redlands public school system. Mr. Ziilch, who recently com pletcd the annual audit of the books, emphasized the value of the school district as an employer when he commented on his audit. Actually, thc audit this past year was of the Redlands school district as it was up until July 1, 1963. Until that time, it was two districts — a Redlands union About People James G. Van Vliet, electronics technician seaman, USN. son of Mr. and Mrs. Garry Van Vliet. 13-10 Crcstvicw road, reported for duty recently aboard; thc auxiliary submarine USSJ Rock operating out of San Di-| ego. He entered the service in September 19fi2. Mrj. Alta R. Neary, 809 Still man avenue, has received word of thc recent death of her brother-in-law, Everett M. Sanders, in St. Petersburg. Fla. Mr. Sanders was an occasional visitor to Redlands. Tommy Curran of York, Neb., who graduated last Saturday from North Dakota State University, arrived this morning for a 10-day visit in Redlands with his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. James Sloan, Prospect Park. Mrs. Fannie McCollister and Miss Edith McCollister. 1011 East Central avenue, have enjoyed a week's visit in Redlands with Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur J. Miller from Erie, Penna.. who have come West to spend the winter in their apartment in Sun City, Ariz. Mrs. Miller is Mrs. McCollister's daughter and Miss McCollister's sister. Citrus Market $06 Vfbo Has a Bhthdaj FEBRUARY 4 Tim Pinder Eddie Monro* Ad Willette Richard Hatfield Donald W. Stoker Ray M. Wilson Kenneth Hooper Nicholas Foy Jack G. Dietrich Jim Lewis Robert Wagner , Jack W. Rose Stuart Magness Geoffrey Channel) Vernon Alford Happy Birthday from 11 E. State Ph. PY 3-2505 Westermeier named Lockheed marketing VP Warren F. Westermeier, 22 year Lockheed veteran, becomes Lockheed Propulsion Company's vice president-mar keting today. For the past year, Westermeier has been rotary wing aircraft program director at Lockheed California Co., Burbank. His background in marketing and customer relations for Lockheed covers a span of 20 years, and he brings to bis new assignment a wealth of technical as well as marketing management experience, according to Lockheed Propulsion President Robert F. Hurt Announcing the appointment. Hurt said, "We have established 1991 marketing goals well above the past year. Mr. Westermeier's addition will give us added marketing strength to help meet them." In his most recent position at Burbank, Westermeier has been responsible for development of the two Lockheed XH-51 aero- gyros which were built under Army-Navy funding. Before assuming that assignment, he served for three years as director of U. S. government sales. He began his Lockheed career in 1941 as a senior structures layout draftsman. He served as a flight test engineer and in various field service engineering TREASURE HOUSE capacities before being assigned Your unused furniture or ap- to Lockheed's Washington office Pliances will find a ready mar in 1948 as an engineering rep- <"t through Classified Ads. resentative. Since 1950 he has served in a variety of market ing management positions — all at Burbank. Westermeier attended Purdue University, majoring in mecban ical engineering. He and his wife plan to purchase a home in Redlands. Flashing red lights only on school buses I The apparent confusion of some California motorists as to when a stop is required in the vicinity of a school bus brought a cautioning reminder this week from Bradford M. Crittenden. California Highway Patrol Commissioner. "Whenever you see a dual flashing red light on a bus, you must stop before passing the bus and hold that position until the red lights go off. This applies to vehicles going either direction." He pointed out that the dual flashing red light is positive identification of a school bus. "Some motorists recently cited for passing a stopped school bus said they thought the flashing red signal was a tow truck or road repair vehicle. "In California, the only vehicle which displays dual flashing red lights front and rear is a school bus. Tow trucks, road repair trucks, etc., cannot display flashing red lights — they must use amber." He added that during winter months, when many school buses are discharging youngsters LOS ANGELES, Feb. 3 (UPI)|after dark, it is "obvious that — Representative prices by size! motorist attention to the flash- and grade all orange auctioning red lights is vital." markets: I "The only exception to the law involves divided highways. Motorists on that portion of roadway opposite the bus are not required to stop when they see 48s 56s 72s 88s First sradc....4.81 4.36 4 .23 3.56 Second grade. 3.23 2 .9S 113s 138$ 163s First grade 3.73 3 .96 3.88 Second grade 3.20 3.18 Trend: Higher in spots. NEW YORK (UPD—Citrus: California Navels: 9 cars, half boxes $3 .90. the flashing red lights." Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. Feb. 3 <UPI> — Eggs: Prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor plants (delivered l ! i cents higher': AA extra large 49Ji-53 l j. A extra large 43'i-Sl'i. AA large 42'i-46'i. A large Wi-ll'i. B large se^-ar 1 *, AA medium 40 , 2 -43 , .i. A medium 33'i-3B'j. AA small 31"i- 34'i. A small 29'j-30'i. j Prices to consumers: AA large !>382, A large 51-53. A A medium 43-38.1 A medium 93-33. AA small 43-48, A small 42-45. Poultry: Fryers 16-19. roasters 21 25. light type hens 4-5 wtd. avg. 4.54. hens cross 5'v-6 wtd. avg. 5 59: turkeys: young toms 21-22, young hens 24-24'i. MIMEOGRAPHING TYPING DICTATION LINDA TACKETT 14 North 7th St. Redlands (Atlas Travel Service Entrance) 792-7800 or 793-1793 high school district and a Red lands elementary district. The high school district, which then included Yucaipa and Mis sion, had an income of some $3 million. The elementary dis trict income was about $2 million. In addition, there was another S1U million in the high school building fund. Mr. Ziilch noted at the board ! session that of this income, 64 per cent was put back into lo cal circulation as salary to teachers, administrators, clerical, custodial and maintenance personnel. Because of the change in school district organization since July 1 — now a unified school district with Yucaipa and Mis made no recommendations for changes in bookkeeping meth sion excluded —Mr. Zilch made no recommendations for changes in bookkeeping methods. He did say, however, that "I audit the accounts of eight school districts in this county and the Redlands district record-keeping is as fine as any I audit." fluoridation study SAN FRANCISCO (UPI) Atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk ruled] Sunday that public school teach- s may provide instructions about fluordiation in relation to dental disease. EASY GAS DRYER 14 POUND CAPACITY Dry your clothes nature's way — a brisk breeze and gentle warmth. EASY is easy on clothes because it uses more air than heat Clothes come out fluffy fresh—never stiff. Ready to wear after just a touch of the iron. Family load capacity, with all the features for top efficiency, top convenience, top economy. Reg. $239.95 It's Burroughs because— • Over 33 Years serving Redlands Area • Complete, full/ equipped shop • Over $10,000 in Parts • Factory Trained Technicians • One of the Largest Displays of merchandise in the entire Valley. 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