Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 7, 1964 · Page 4
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 7, 1964
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4 -Tuesday. Apr. 7,1964 Redlands Daily Facts MOVING IN - Crated desks roll through the sfone-ornd- mented doors of the office building that has been created ot Norton AFB for the Deputy Inspector General of the Air Inspector General's office in new quarters Force. Formerly a warehouse the structure was renovated, lighted, air conditioned and spruced up at o cost of $720,000. (Photo by Norton AFB) The some 503 persons who ^ are part of the Air Force In; specter General's offices at : Norton Air Force base were bfr ginning to catch their breath a bit today now "that their . move to new quarters is about complete. After 14 years in the same • location at Norton, all ele ments of the IG's office have been moved to Bldg. 918 which has just been renovated at a cost of $750,000. The new headquarters is di- 'rectly across the Tippecanoe mall from SBAMA headquarters and is thus just to the west for those who enter by the Tippecanoe-Mill gate. Key officers in the Office of Deputy the Inspector General are Maj. Gen. Bertram Harrison and Brigadier generals Henry C. Newcomer and Jay Bobbins. A high percentage of IG per sonnel are identified with and reside in the Redlands area even though military personnel in the office are often on travel assignments. The inspection and safety di rectorates of D-TIG had been headquartered in Buildings 502 and or S-26 since January 1950, when the Pentagon inspection function was transferred from San Antonio, Tex., and safety from Winston Salem, N. C. The IG's new home represents a consolidation of seven • Ul CaJM SM • PT. 3-4331 Wed . Thurs. • Fri. - 7 P. M. S«t. • Sun. • Mon. • Tues. From 2 P. M. In Color • Den Knetfs "The Incredible Mr. Limpet" Also In Color • Frank Sinatra "4 For Texas" For All tha Family structures and is expected to eliminate many problems of communication and coordination between D-TIG elements. Project officer Lt. Col Charles G. Britton today saw the last office desk and file cabmet installed ahead of schedule in the §750,000 remod eled structure. SBAMA movers beat their deadline in an eight-, day, double shift move, de spite several days of rainy weather. The 90,000 square foot building's 180 rooms include 500 tele phones, 375 air conditioning ceiling inlets, 54 return air grills, and 73 thermostats. A locked postoffice box unit accommodating 405 personnel is an added feature of the unit mailroom, an innovation which not only will accommodate I>TIG military personnel, but vill diminish congestion at the base postoffice. The official dedication ceremony and open house for Build' ing 918 is scheduled for Thursday, May 21, according to Francis R. Fowler, D-TIG information officer and chairman of the committee on arrangements. Parking areas, landscaping, and flagstone work on the east side of the building are still to be completed, also installation of 230 seats in the building auditorium. IG personnel had not finished their exodus from Building S02 when SBAMA carpenters and painters moved in to renovate it for use of the SBAMA Directorate of Procurement and Production, whose people expect to occupy it by April 20. Building S-26 will be occupied by the 2193rd Communications Squadron and the SBAMA Of fice of Ground Safety. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) — Steels paced an easier stock market today following news that eight steel firms had been indicted on price-fixing charges. Jones & Laughlin lost around ^3 and Republic. U.S. Steel, Arm CO, National and ^Vheeling lost around 1 each. All were named in the indictment Ford lost around 1 and Gen eral Motors skidded a large fraction. Chrysler and Ameri can Motors held close to Mon day's closing levels. IBM worked its way back from an earlier 7 point loss but was still off around 2. Control Data advanced 2 and Texas In struments picked up 2. Dow Jones Stock Averagts High Lew Cles* Chgs. 30 ind 829.42 819.18 822.73 off 2.03 20 rrs 198.01195.85196.87 up 0.45 15 uU 138.60 137.35 137.81 unch. 65 stk 288J0 285.02 286.26 off 0.25 Sales million today were about 5.9 shares compared with 5.84 million shares Monday. IS Mart AciiTt Slocks a>«w-Jooe« Service, Coartesy I.e<lcr, STUS * Ct.) lOS E. SUte Volnme ClofB Cbsr. KAf - • -• KM» 6>.)N n.ioo a.sM ST.M* 4S,2N WM* SS,SM S1.TM St.60* «3,«oe Cent, Air. F*lrcb. Cwn. Sperry BMd RX.A. Beth. Etetl _ VJi. Sled Cbrrilcr . 27<i _ SSlii _371i _ 57 U _ 44!i _ »5 5!j Ceatrel DaU Pmn Am. Air. Merrltt. Chip. 13ti Amer. Meters — 16is N.T. Central SSH G.I. Cue Gen. Pert, Cmt— - '.i -(-ni - u - ii -Hi +Wt - '4 -fl« + »i -I- ^5 •ncfa. -f ^4 - 1, - »^ TREASURE HOUSE Your unused fandtura or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. SAN GORGONIO INN Famous ... for Ifs Fine Food OPEN DAILY DAILY MENU KEUSH BOWL APPETIZERS FRUrr OB SHRIMP COCKTAIL JUICE . . . CHICKEN SOUP . . TOMATO CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVERS . . . SALAD BOWL ENTREES GROUND ROUND STEAK- VRAL CUTLET WITH CREAM SAUCE- ROAST BEEF RAINBOW TROUT SALMON STEAK HALIBUT STEAK JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN RAIF GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN- HALF BROILED SPRING CHICKEN- BROILED FILET MIGNON . I.3S . 1.35 . US . 1.3S . 1.45 . 1.35 . 155 . 1.25 . 1.75 . 1.7S . 1.65 . 2.95 . 3.25 . 1.95 VEGETABI^ AND POTATOES. HOT BISCUITS. HONEY AND BUriEB. HOT APPLE COBBLER, ICE CREAM, SHERBET. CHILDREN'S DINNERS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO • BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS • SOCIAL EVENTS SpMsroins in oil functrans ... tha •legonca af dacar In evr Sanqaat Roonu mokes o beautiful setting for all pcrtias. Whetavar your plans .... coll vs for porticvlan. W* hov* occomioodatieiu for vp to 200. Htm for avaty fosta. COCKTAIL LOUNGE BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK- BROILED N. Y. CUT LOBSTER TAIL William Peake dies at 87 William Peake, a resident of Redlands for the past 60 years, died yesterday at the age of 87 after a brief illness. Although a native of Canada, Mr. Peake came to Redlands in his 20's and lived much of his adult life in his home at 944 SUllman. Mr. Peake was a very active member of the First Presby^ terian church and even when his health began to fail he rarely missed being in his fav orite seat, down front on the right side. He is survived by one son, Fred Peake of Redlands and a daughter, Mrs. Ross (Mary) Felthouse, Monterey Park. He is also survived by three grandchildren, Fred Peake Jr., Mentone; Mrs. Margaret Bell Tuck, Monterey Park; John A. Peake, Redlands, and five great grandchildren. Funeral services win be held Thursday at 11 a.m. £rom the F. Arthur Cortner chapel. The Rev. Mark L. Andrews, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, will officiate. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. SELL IT TOMORROW With low - cost aassified Ads Tanker rams bridge. 1500 fta span falls MARACAIBO, Venezuel (UPI) — A super tanker ram med the five mile long Lake Maracaibo suspension bridge today, plunging a 1,500-foot section into 40 feet of water and drowning five persons. The bridge, built at a cost of $100 million, is the longest in the world of its type. It was hit by the 36,000-toa tanker Es so Maracaibo which was dam aged heavily but did not sink Oil from the laden tanker covered the lake. The (Creole Petroleum Co which owns and operates the tanker, said the apparent cause of the ramming was failure of the electric power system aboard the $7-millioa, Japanese built tanker as it neared the bridge. The 651-foot tanker had cargo of a million barrels of oil. No one in the all-Venezuelan 42-man crew was injured. The accident occurred when the Esso Maracaibo was northbound out of the lake en route to the Esso Standard Oil Co. refinery at nearby Aniba. Kidnaper in Sinatra case gets 16 years LOS ANGELES (UPI) -John William Irwin, 42, today faced a prison term of 16 years and 8 months for his part in the Frank Sinatra Jr., kidnaping. The tall, dark house painter was convicted by a federal jury March 7 but was not sentenced immediately as were his co defendants Joseph Clyde AmS' ler and Barry Worthington Keenan, both 23. The other two men, convicted on all six counts of the grand jury indictment, were sentenced to life terms and sent to Springfield, Mo., for psychiatric examinations. Sentencing for Irwin was delayed until Monday to allow time for preparation of a proba' Uon report Slipper club to appeal LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) Lawyers for the Silver Slipper Club planned to appeal to the state Gaming Commission today for permission to reopen the gambling casino pending a hear mg later this month on charges it ran a crooked dice game. Gambling at the club was shut down for the second time in four days Monday when U.S. Dist Judge David Zenoff reversed a previous ruling. A hearing is set for April 21 in Carson City. rPolitieal Advertlsamentt Vote April 14 CHARLES rChuckl DeMIRJYN for COUNCILMAN I WANT TO REPRESENT YOU ON THE REDUNDS CITY COUNCIL AND I NEED YOUR SUPPORT. People's Column Bu<en ef the FacU are ivHte< to send their thonrhts aa qaesUaaa et public interest for ase in tha People's Colunn. Please ba krier. The writer's trae neme and aliress mast accompaar each letter thaofh pen names are permttle* at tha editor's discrctioo. Whtn Wt Omr Thtm W* Wtakcn Our Own Rights. Editor Facts: The present struggle over civil rights for our Negro citizens concerns everyone of us, no matter what the color of our skin or the area of the country in which we live, because it deals directly with the basic right of all of us. / Any time we deny any citizen the full exercise.of his constitutional rights, we are weaken ing our claim to them. When we discriminate against any citizen because of race, color, religion, national origin or an cestry, we are depriving them of their full rights as citizens of these United States of America. We all know that Negroes, Mexican Americans and other ethnic groups have been excluded from many residential areas and in effect, been restricted to segregated lining in "ghettos". Serious social ills are the resiUt. The support of the "Bumford Fair Housing Act" is one of the ways we have of affirming our belief that in this country every citizen has equal opportunity to advance Intel lectually, politically and ecO' nomically according to his abil ity. Mrs. Oscar. Gunderson, 950 Palmbrook drive. MrSaChoate bequeaths fund fo hospital The Redlands Community hoS' pital was left $5,000 and Uie Trinity Episcopal church $500 in the will of the late Mrs. Joseph K. (Lorena) Choate, it was disclosed today. The only other public bequest was to the Shriner's Hospital for Crippled Children in Los An geles which was also given $5,000. Mrs. Choate, a resident of Redlands since 1928, died March 31 after a several months illness. Her husband, who died in 1953, was manager of tiie Red lands Community hospital for seven years. Mrs. Choate was a member of the Trinity Episcopal church. The estate is being handled by Redlands attorney Russell Goodwin. Du Fonts in Nevada divorce LAS VEGAS, Nev. (UPI) William Du Pont Jr., 69-year- old New York financier-sportsman has been divorced in an uncontested bearing, court rec ords showed today. JIargaret Osborne Du Pont, one of the nation's top tennis players, secured the decree in Clark County District Court last March 27. She had sought the divorce on grounds of incompat ibility but terms of the decree were ordered sealed. VERN R. HUCK Elks president to visit Redlands Vem R. Huck, state presi dent of the Elks Association will make an official visit to Uie Redlands Elks Club tomor row night, it was announced today. Mr. Huck joined the Los An geles Elks Lodge No. 99 in 1942, He has been a licensed build ing contractor for the past 29 years. He is a past Exalted Ruler, a past state vice president, and has served as District Deputy Grand Exalted Ruler. Active,in civic and charitable affairs, ilr. Huck has served as vice president of the United Cerebral Palsy Association of Los Angeles County, and is cur- rentiy a member of the Board of Directors of the Spastic (3iildrens' Foundation. He is past president of the Los Angeles Downtown Optimist Club, and is a member of the Ad visory Committee for the 1967 Worlds Fair at Long Beach Sears Catalog store to move to Sage's Center LEFT WITH COAT MONTREAL (UPI) — Constable Hubert Edmond surprised two men inside a Canadian Imperial Bank of Commerce branch Sunday and struggled with one. The suspect wriggled out of his suit jacket and fled, leaving the officer standing Uiere holding it Undaunted, Edmond caught the other man after a chase. Bighorn council meets in Mexico The annual Desert Bighorn Council meeting is being held today through Thursday at Mexicali and Puerto San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico, Coun cil chairman Dr. Bodolfo Her^ nandez Corzo announced. Attending the international conference from the University of Redlands will be Dr. John D. Goodman of the Department of Biology. Dr. Goodman will present Dr. Cono with the Des ert Bighorn Ck>uncil's award in recognition of the achievements of the Mencan Government in Game Conservation. The Desert Bighorn Council was established to promote Uie advancement of knowledge con ceming the Desert Bighorn Sheep and the long-range welfare of these animals. Approximately 60 persons are scheduled to attend this year's meeting. Two days will be devoted to formal presentation of technical papers followed by one day's field trip to bighorn habitat. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Apr. 7 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets; Sis 72* 88s First grade 7.77 7.53 6.48 113s 138s 1i3s First grade 5.11 4.51 3.63 Trend; Higher. NEW YORK (UPI) — CitiTis report: California Navels: 6 cars, slighUy higher 113s, unchanged balance; half boxes $5.26. The Sears Catalog store in i downtown Redlands will move to tiie Citrus VHIage (Sage's) Sbop- |ping Center in early Hiy, it was learned today. BUI Moore, store manager, revealed that present plans call for a grand opening at Gtzus ^^ge on May 11,. The store is presently located at the north-^ east comer of Sixth and State streets. Sears, Roebuck & Co. becomes the second downtown business to migrate to Sage's since the completion of the Citrus Village addition. The Wise Owl Redemption Center, formerly on Orange street, moved to the shopping center about a year ago. Mr. Moore stated that Sears will lease 3 ,680 square feet of floor ^ea at Citrus Village, im mediately adjacent to the Wise Owl Redempti(Mi Center. Initial' ly, store hours will be extended from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. "The store will continue as a catalog sales office. But, wiUi the additional space we hope to display more merchandise," he explained. WiUi the move. Sears hopes to Dana, Break block action on MWD request SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- County Supervisors Ross Dana and S. Wesley Break Monday blocked action on a request^ from Metiropolitan Water District for opposition to Secretary UdaU's SouUiwest Water Plan by the Board of Supervisors. Dana refused to go along wiUi MWD's Director Ray Ferguson's plea for backing be-' cause of the Metropolitan fight' against the east line that would bring water to bis desert district. You put up quite a batUe against us," Dana said, "and we haven't forgot. It was a risky thing for you to do. Break said: "I haven't got the sweetest feeling for all the things that Metropolitan does. I think we'd be smart to take this under advisement." Supervisor Daniel D. Mikesell backed the action asked by MWD. "We would not only be supporting this agency, but also be supporting the State of California." Ferguson, who represents Ontario on the MWD board, told Supervisors the Udall plan, as modified, would cost 5,500,000 acre feet of water for Southern California and cut off nse of the aqueduct that serves the area with water from the Colorado river. But Supervisors Dana and Break refused to be persuaded. AlUiough hearings on UdaU's proposal are to begm in Wash ington this week, they convinced the rest of the Board that action should be put off until next week's meeting. expand, its telephone service to six girls who will receive incoming all times.'.Th« number of employes will be increased from 11 to 17, according to Mr. Moore. In connection with the move. Sears has requested the city Planning Commission to approve an identification sign fbr its new Citrus Village store. The request will be considered April 14. Sears became established in the downtown area in early 1959 when it moved into the building it presently occupies. The present store has about 2,950 square feet of floor space. Ironically, Victor Gruen Associates, the firm preparing the Downtown ReviCalization Study, has identified Sears' present location at SixUi and State as the heart of downtown commercial district. Victor Gruen representatives have stated that the vicinity of Sixth and State should become the future site of a major retail department store that would become a magnate for attracting shoppers to the downtown area. Poultry and Eggs LOS ANCEIXS. AprU 7 (UPU — Eus: prices to retailers f.o.b. to distributor piaots (deliTcred Hi centa hisher): AA extra large *Z'A-*6\i. A extra larxe 41U-M>i. AA larce 3SK-39^ii. A lar(e 33ti-34Vi. B larsa 29Vi -3m, AA medium 23H-32H. A medium AA smaU 23H- ZS^. A smaU Z1V^23H. Prices to consumers: AA larfe 3954. A large 4S.S0. AA medium -4MS. A medium 43-45. AA smaU 39-41. A smaU 37-39. Poultry: Fryers (at ranch) 17-19, roasters (at ranch) 21-25, light typa liena 4-S wtd. avg. 4JS. liena cross SVi wtd. avg. 5J0; turkeys: fryer roasters 21. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market Uu-ough Classified Ads.. It's HARTZELL For City Council BECAUSE: •k H« is EXPERIENCED in Local Govtmment ir H« Believes THE PUBLIC Should Ba Ktpt Informed On All City Probltms. •k H* Wants le Co His Shart fs Preserve th« BEAUTY and CULTURE ef Redlands. -A- H* is For Mora ECONOMY In Government. ^ Ha Wants DESIREABLE INDUSTRY — To Lessen the Homeowners Tax load. ir Ha Believes in fhe REVITALIZATION of DOWNTOWN REDLANDS. WILLIAM T. HARTZELL Incumbent FUEL SYSTEMS STAY CLEAN Dclicaie fad in|edor parts get complete protection with Chevron Diesel Fuel. Ifs exclusive Detergent-Action additive prevents injector deposits, rust-proofs the entire fuel system, keeps it dean as new. WHil dUR injeden, your diesel runs smoother, pulls harder, operates most economically. Keep your engine in top condition... with Detergent-Action Chevron Diesel Fuel. for any Standard Oilproduef, call J. T. & J. B. 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