Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 7, 1964 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 7, 1964
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^ .Redlands Daily facts ^ 8-Tuesday,Apr.7,1964 Cuban-Brazil ^ relations seem to be breaking RIO DE JANEIRO (UPI) The abrupt departure of Cuban Ambassador Raul Roa Jr., son of Fidel Castro's foreign min ister, caused speculation today that an early break in relations between the Castro regime and i Brazil's new anti - Communist • goremment may be planned. (Cuban refugee spokesman ; Modesto Vazquez said in Mex: ico City Jionday night the Cas tro regime poured SIO million into Brazil on Roa's recommen • dation to try to buy military support lor a Communist uprising planned for August.) A Cuban Embassy spokesman announced young Roa's departure. Goldwater says Nixon to be his ultimate opponent PORTLAND (UPD- Claiming former Vice President Richard M. Nixon would be his ultimate . opponent, Arizona Sen. Barry Goldwater today was winding up a two-day campaign for Oregon's primary votes. He was scheduled to address students at Oregon State University, at Con-aUis, then go to Salem for a luncheon speech to the American Plywood Association convention. He was to fly back to Washington after leav- mg Salem. Of Ni.xon, Goldwater said "we differ most in the area of the welfare state." However, he said he would differ less with Nixon than he would with New York Gov. Nelson Rockefeller, Ambassador Henry Cabot Lodge or Penn sylvania Gov. William Scranton. . He said "when Nixon was in the Senate, we voted together [85 to 90 per cent of the time." He said neither Nixon nor Maine Sen. Margaret Chase Smith could be termed "me [too" candidates. All are on Oregon's May 15 Republican presidential pri- |mary ballot ' Goldwater termed the Oregon primary "very, very important," but later said a Lodge victory in Oregon would not be significant. Lodge is a "banker's hours campaigner" and cannot win the GOP nomination, Goldwat er said. . He explained Lodge could [only win 18 delegate votes in Oregon, and combined with the 14 he got in New Hampshire, it did not compare "with the 193 votes I already have." SUNDAY MORNING DO-NUT CLUB 3-6-9 Doubles FREE COFFEE! FREE DO-NUTS! EVERY SUNDAY at 11 i. m. Entry Fee — S4 per team S2 Bowling — 52 Prize Ladies: Let us find yeu a Bowling "Pardner" for Sunday Mornings EMPIRE BOWL 840 W. Colton Avt. Phone 793-2525 Vandermade opens paint service John Vandermade has lived ;in Redlands for over a year and is operating his own painting and decorating service. Sir. Vandermade, who lives at 960 Chestnut avenue came to town from Dunville, Ontario. Mr. Vandermade arrived in Dunnville in 1951 following two years in a trade school in Holland where he learned the groundwork of the painting and decoratng trade. He then worked as a journeyman painter until he received his painter's certificate, a law in Holland. In Dunville he progressed to the point where he employed four men and catered to all types of painting work — resi dential, commercial and indus trial. Ready to surrender Commission seeks to end labor dispute CAPE KENNEDY, Fla. (UPI) —A presidential commission moved Monday night to seek an end to a labor dispute that halted work on several space- jPort construction projects I caused by a walkout of iron workers. William Simkin, vice chairman of President Johnson's ; Missile Sites Labor Commission sent a telegram to Iron Worker Union officials urging them to halt the strike. He said it was causing "an increasingly serious effect on vital missile and space programs." Officials here said the vitally important work included construction on the $63 million moon rocket complex and sev- jeral Air Force lltan-3-jobs. . BESSEMER, Mich. (UPD- Lee H. Perry, Proprietor of Perry's Fun Park in this Michigan Upper Peninsula community, is distressed about the economic conditions in the area. "I hear that President Johnson has declared war on nover- ty," Perry said. "All I'd like to know is where I surrender." Search ends MAIDSTONE, England (UPI) —A police search for Ronald Francis Sawyer, 30, who was thought to have escaped from Maidstone prison Monday night, was called off early today when ,he was found — of all places— I inside the prison grounds. Sawyer, who had been missed at the 5 p.m. roll call Monday, was discovered hiding in a pris Ion shed. California mourns death of MacArthur SACRAMENTO (UPI) -Gov. Edmund G. Brown and the.Cal ifomia Legislature mourned the death of Gen. Douglas MacArth ur. Both houses of the Legislature adopted a joint resolution Monday memorializing MacArthur. The Senate also passed a resolution expressing its condolences to MacArthur's widow and son. The man who wears this hat protects your money at Provident Federal Savings : i' So do the men who wear these hats Provident Federal Savings offers you tiiis double protection At Provident Federal Savings your money is double-safe. A permanent agency of the United States Government insures your funds up to $10,000. But equally important to you is tiie careful, conservative handling of your money by Provident Federal's experienced management, headed by President Gordon A, Blunden, and local community leaders who comprise Provident Federal's board of directors. All of these men are keenly aware of the impor­ tance of protecting your money. They are attuned to the needs of the Inland Empire and vitally interested in its growth. It is these men who assure you of continued high earnings, now at the current annual rate of 4.8%. All are dedicated to the principle of paying the highest rate commensurate with sound business policies. So take advantage of this double protection.,. open your insured account at Provident Federal Savings right away. PROVIDENT FEDERAL Current Annual Rate SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION GOSDONA.BUJ !iDa .mSlOUiT REDLANDS OFFICE: STATE & ORANGE STREETS. 793-2992 NEW HEAD OFFICE: 3756 CENTRAU AVENUE. RIVERSIDE, 68S-6060 DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE OFFICE: 3643 EIGHTH STREET, 686-606O OFFICE HOURS: 9 m.m.-* p.m., MONDAY-TMURSOAY • 9 «.in.-8 p.m., FRIDAY Earnings Paid Quarterly PARTICULARLY AHRACTIVE - The entire grocery department of the new Allen & Whit« Market has been renovated to offer serve-yourself shopping. This view is what ii leen at the customer enters the front door. Jim Whhe is in charge of this section. Rofferty, Burns seek to patch quarrels SACRAMENTO (UPI) - Dr. Max Rafferty and Senate leader Hugh Burns Monday attempted to patch up their quar- lrels,"for the betterment o£ education." Rafferty, the Superintendent of Public Instruction, and Bums, president pro tempore of the upper house, met privately then 1 conducted a joint news confer lence. In a joint statement, they said that a school finance reform biU, authored by Sen. George [Miller, D-Martinez, was "largely acceptable in principle" to both. However, . they. both took a pessimistic view of chances for major educational financial reforms at the current special leg- lislative session. BILL ALLEN JIM IWHITE MENTONE-CRAFTQN ALL NEW MEAT SEaiON - One of the prime features of the oil new Allen & White Market, is the meat section fully stocked with a complete line of meats and delicatessen Hems. Bill Allen is in charge of this department. Allen & White Market holding remodeling event Throughout this week, Allen & White Market, 1221 Orange street, celebrate the remodeling of the store bringing it up <o the high standards of a "superette." The partnership of BiU Allen and Jim White was formed three years ago with the purchase of the business from Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Allen who had operated the grocery store in the same location for more than 20 years. By virtue of 17 years of .wholesale experience, the part Iners have learned of the right places to buy. Orange Empire is one of the sources and they do not hesitate to make I their purchases from other places if it means obtaining the finest stock to present to their customers at working man's prices. Mr. Allen takes care of the meat and delicatessen departments and Mr. White handles .all the grocery floor operations. [The concern has a crew of 11. Hours have been adjusted to . suit customers which are from 8 [a.m. to 12 midnight. One of the features of Allen & White Market is the stock- mg of complete lines of Mexican foods. Throughout the past few weeks, the store has been slowly transformed from the "country store" type to one of the most modem in Redlands. Complete lines of refrigeration equipment has been installed; the latest check stand operation has been initiated with a special feature of the checker unloading the shopping baskets to forestall customers' having to handle their orders twice. Facilities have been added to accomodate offstreet parking. The building has been enlarged to handle any amount of traffic for reserve storage facilities have been included in the master plan. The grand opening will continue through Sunday with special demonstrations being conducted on Saturday. By GEN SCHMIDT Facts Mentone Correspondent Telephone Redlands 794-1903 Mrs. Wanda Rishling of Las Vegas is visiting in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Sutherland of Mentone. Mr. Sutherland is at the Ivy Retreat Rest Home in Mentone and is reported to be in very poor health. He is 89 years old. This past Sunday there were dinner guests at the Sutherland home. They were Mrs. Lucy Stark, and Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Stark and Cindy and Tracy all of Redlands. Also present were Mrs. Sutherland, Claude Sutherland and Mrs. Rishling. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Johnson from Oakland are spending this week in their daughter-in-laws home Mrs. Nellie Johnson. As this is Spring vacation the Johnson children David, Margaret, Ruth and Esther will receive much pleasure from their grandparents visit. Mrs. John Dayton entertained the following at a luncheon in San Bemardino recently. Mrs. Hugh Kirby, Mrs. David Rob- drts, Mrs. Hurl Robinson, Mrs. Earl Sams, and Mrs. Pearl Pidlubny. The party was given in honor of Mrs. Pidlubny who returned to her home in Canada recently. Guests in t h c Don Schmidt home this past Sunday were, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Thomas and| son Terry from Yucaipa and Mr. and Mrs. HaroU Thomas and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Salis|bury from San Dimas. The Woman* Fellowship of the Mentone Congregational Church met this past Thursday at the Church. Luncheon was served featuring oriental food. Following the luncheon a film was shown on East Asia. A short business meeting was held. Mrs. Joanne Danielson and Mrs. Helen Swan were in charge of the luncheon and Mildred Schroeder and Marge Beedy gave introductions to the film. Captain William H. Flygare has been appointed Aviation Education Officer for the Civil Air Patrol Group 15, California Wing, with Headquarters in Pasadena. There are 10 Squadrons in this Patrol and they are stationed at airports at different locations. Capt. Flygare, a liscensed pilot, is the minister at the Congregational Church in Mentone. Pope names commission VATICAN CriY (OTI)-Pope Paul VI today established a pontifical commission to look after, "the interests of the Catholic reli^on" in the cinema, radio, television and press. Although the papal decree did not announce the membership of the new Commission on Social Communications Media, its wording indicated that the new body was an enlargement of the existing pontifical commission on. cinema, radio and television headed by Msgr. Martin J. O'Connor of Scranton, Pa. Who Has a APRIL 8 Douglas Armstrong Jon Myers Doug Carlson Don Koester Donald Gibson Richard L. Hodgie Arch Kennedy Thomas Kremcr Steve Lombard Dan F. McEwen Monroe C. Oliver Dan Simmons Newman G. Thamann Johnny Van Aken Happy Birthday from II E. State Ph. ?Y 3-2505

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