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Redlands Daily Facts 6 - Monday, July 15,1963 Over 900 dogs already licensed in city Some 918 dogs have been licensed during the two dog clinics conducted in Redlands this summer, the city Treasurer's Office reported. A total of 443 dogs were licensed July 10 and another 475 on June 26. In addition, several hundred dog owners have purchased licenses for their pets at City Hall. The Treasurer's Office reported that the third and final dog clinic will be conducted in the park at Lugonia avenue and Washington street on July 24. Dog owners who fail to obtain the S3 city license before July 31 will have to pay double that amount as a penalty. To help bring records up to date, the Treasurer's Office asks to be notified by persons who obtained licenses last year for dogs that have since died. SIDE GLANCES By Gill Fox PO department urges Negroes take other jobs WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Post Office Department is trying to encourage its most highly edU' cated employes—Negro and white —to find other government jobs, a spokesman said today. The department, the largest employer of Negroes in the coun try, wants its employes to look for better jobs being offered by other agencies, the spokesman said. The program of encouraging workers with college educations to leave the postal service is an outgrowth of efforts to eliminate racial discrunination within the postal system. The department is conducting a survey of the educational attainments of its employes. The survey revealed that 44 per cent of the clerks and carriers in Southern post offices had at least some college education. More than half the college-educated clerks and carriers were Negroes. Assistant Postmaster General Bichard Murphy said the department felt a postal clerk or a carrier had no special need of a college education. But, since 85 per cent of the postal employes are clerks or carriers, there is not enough room to promote all the deserving workers, he said. The Civil Service Commission conducted a special examination among employes of the Birmingham, Ala., post office. The Birmingham employes who took the test and passed were encouraged to apply for jobs with other agencies where there was more room at the top. Similar tests will be conducted at other post offices where there are large numbers of highly educated employes working at lower level jobs. Murphy said. House works on reduction in income taxes WASHINGTON (UPI) - House tax writers today went back to theu* task of drafting a bill e.v pected to provide a cut of between $8 billion and $10 billion in indivdual and corporate income ta-xes. The House Ways & Means Committee was set to resume closed sessions on President Kennedy's tax cut proposal after a recess of more than three weeks while staff aides drew up a tentative measure. Chances are still considered bel­ ter than 50-50 that Congress will enact a tax cut this year despite the legislative tieup threatened by the coming fight over civil rights l^gislatimi. The tax reduction would be effective next Jan. 1. Although the Vfhile House has hopes of faster action, it is doubtful that the tax bill will be hammered into final form and steered to the House floor for a showdown vote before mid-August. • 1«1 It HW. 1-e.TM. U,. Vi. M. Oft "J iaid down the law to Martha about living within our budget—so from now on I'm carrying my lunch!" Red Carpet Good neighbors are jewels and their good deeds form a shining crown. Put a jewel in your crown by reporting new neighbors to your Hospitality Hostess at 792-3936- She will bring them a friendly welcome, gifts and goodwill, and much needed civic information. We welcome to Redlands newcomers Mr. and Mrs. John C. King and their two children from Arizona; the Raymond G. Thompson family from Washington; and the Earl L. adcock family from Missouri. Mr and Mrs. Horace Yates from Florida; Mr, and Mrs. Frank H. Parrott, Sr., from Indiana; and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie W. Siebert from Illinois are all welcome new members of our community. Also on our welcome list is Capt. and Mrs. Theodore J. Trapp and their four children from Illinois; the John Vandermade family from Canada; and Mrs. Odessa McDole from Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. James W. Bradshaw and their four children came Who Has a Birthiai JULY U William H. Ny« Randy Wick Leigh W. Nickerson Gordon Phare Keith Kinart, Sr. Pat Powers, Jr. Sanford Gunttr Ralph Blankenship, Sr. David Current Gerald Sanders Jim Edison Edward Livengeod John Busch John Zwemer Happy BirtMey Irom 11 E. State Ph. 3-250S Eighteen take off on leg in Air derby SPRINGFIELD, 111. (UPI) Eighteen women fliers punched their timecards, climbed aboard their airplanes and took off from Springfield today on a cross­ country flight to Atlantic Citj-, N. J., in the 17th annual Powder Puff Derby. Other women, who bedded down overnight in Colorado and New Mexico, were expected to arrive at this stopping-off point later in the day. Arriving pilots taxied up to a painted area on the parking strip and shut off their engines while their co-pilots punch a card in a time stamper. When they are ready to leave the next morning, the pilot must again taxi to the designated point, shut off the airplanes engme, and wait until the propeller stops before her co-pilot can again hop out and punch her card. The 2,460-mile run started Saturday and the deadline for reaching Atlantic City is noon Wcdnes- daj-. Each flier has a handicap, so the women with the most mileage are not necessarily the leaders. The winner is decided with a formula covering elapsed flying time and horsepower. Among the powderpuff pilots who stopped here were six-times champion Fran Bera; Mrs. Barbara Jenison, Paris, 111., and Jean HLxson, Hoopeston, 111. ' At Kansas City were Judy Wag ner, Los Verdas Estates, Calif.; Ilovene Potter, Seattle; Mary Coale, Houston; Barbara Willis, Los Angeles; Deloris Adamson, NewTr.an, 111.; Janet Ferguson, Middlesex, England; Florence Boring, Lincoln, Neb.; and Ybette Hortman, Titusville, N.J. Overnighting at La Junta, Colo., were' Nancy Lynam, Alameda, Calif.; Gini Richardson, Yakima, Wash.; Margaret Crane, Fenton, Mich.; and Virginia Britt, Fort Lauderdale, Fla. by Dotfie Walters to us from Arizona; the Harold L. Mitchell family moved to our area recently from Kentucky; and Mr. and Mrs. Allen McBride and their four children are newcomers from Washington. Other recent arrivals include the Wallace S. Wilkes family from New Mexico; Jlr. and Mrs. James H. Wakefield and their three children from Oregon; and the Clifford G. MclntjTe family from Hawthorne. Welcome newcomers are the Ralph R. Reading family from Hawthorne; Mr. and Mrs. Walter L. Wilson and their three children from Livermore; and the Richard J. Walsh family from Inglewood. From Los Angeles we welcome the Victor P. Smith family; from San Bernardino we greet the Wen dell B. Nelson family; and from San Pedro came the Eugene G. Hertler family. Mr. and Mrs Roger L. Hinshaw and their child from San Bernardino; the Herman Ver Haeven family from Hanford; and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Zelke from Yucaipa, are welcome new residents. San Bernardino was the former home town of Mr. and Mrs. Rosco N. Jaynes; from Colton came newcomers Mr. and Mrs. Oscar L. Avent; and from Rialto came the Frederick I. Wright family. We welcome to Redlands new neighbors Mr. and Mrs. Dennis A. Reading and their chUd from Hawthorne; also the James A. Blake family from Los Angeles: and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth R. Williams and their three children from Yucaipa. Ehrenburg attends reception MOSCOW (UPI) - Ilya Ehrenburg, 73-year-old "dean" of Soviet letters, attended a Bastille Day reception at the Frendi Embassy Sunday in his first public appearance since he was denounced by Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev last March. Ehrenburg chatted with guests but steered bis remarks away from his chastisement for "unor. thodox" views of the Stalin era. The writer, who is suffering from a heart ailment, appeared frail and drawn. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Rockefeller warns of lunatic fringe ALBANY, N.Y. (UPI) - Gov. Nelson Rockefeller warned Sunday that the Republican party may be destroyed altogether unless it takes steps to stem the growing subversion from the "radical right lunatic fringe." I'he Ne\v York governor, a possible GOP presidential candidate next year, also warned against abandoning Northern industrial areas in order to concentrate on getting the Southern vote. Such a plan would be disastrous, Rockefeller declared. In a statement issued here, he said the Republican party must unite against the radical right elements—which would destroy the party—to save itself and the nation as well. Rockefeller pointed to the recent young Republican national convention in San Francisco as an example of how the "Republican party is in real danger of subversion by the radical, well financed and highly disciplined" radical right. He said the proceedings there were dominated by extremist groups, "carefully organized' well financed and operating through the tactics of ruthless, rough-shod intimidation. "The leaders of the Birchers and others of the radical right lunatic fringe ... who successfully engineered this disgraceful subversion ... are the same people who are now moving to subvert the Republican party itself," he said. By "Birchers" he meant the John Birch Society. "These are the tactics of totalitarianism," Rockefeller said. The governor said these extremists preach programs of "distrust, disunity and the ultimate destruction of the confidence of the people in themselves. They are purveyors of hate and distrust. .." Scientists hope to photograph Bailey's Beads LOS ANGELES (UPI) -American and Italian scientists hope to make photographic history eight miles above Canada later this month when they train their lens on the spectrum of the corona— the luminous outer envelope of gas around the sun. The spectrum has never before been photographed. To add to the international flavor of the project, the cameras will start to roll when a crescent of minute beads of light, first observed by an Englishman, appear. The beads of light, first seen by astronomer Francis Baily in 1836, will serve as the curtain riaser for aerial e,xperiments to be conducted during the July 20 total solar eclipse. The appearance of "Baily's Beads" will signal the start of 144 action packed seconds [or members of the National Geographic Society-Douglas Aircraft Co. Solar Eclipse Expedition. During the short time the total eclipse is visible, at least 20 experiments will be conducted aboard a DC-8 jetliner serving as airborne observatory. The beads of light last only few seconds before totality arrives. They result from the sun's rays silhouetting the mountains and valleys of the Imiar rim. The 520-mile?per-hour jet pursuit of the eclipse shadow racing across the earth increases totality viewing time by 44 per cent over ground-based observations. Location of the flight is in the area of Great Slave Lake in the Northwest Territories where duration of the totality is longest. Named Project APEQS (Aerial Photography of the Eclipse of the Quiet Sun) the expedition will cruise at 42,000 feet and will intercept the shadow of the moon at approximately 4:30 p.m. (edt). Scientists expect improved photographic and photoelectric mea surements at the altitude because they will be above 85 per cent of earth's atmo.sphcre and most of its water vapor absorption. The aerial project, sponsored by National Geographic and Douglas, includes 11 other organizations. Three of the airborne experiments were developed as part of Douglas' basic research, with applications in space exploration. Douglas scientists and others from the Astrophysicial Observa tory of Arcetri, Florence, Italy, will photograph the spectrum of the corona — the luminous outer envelope of gas around the sun. This area has never been pho tographed because scattered light in the atmosphere limits ground observations of the corona. Jttpjjossiii.safety Nation produces millionaires at fast clip WASHINGTON (UPI) - The na tion is producing millionaires at the fastest clip since the get-rich- quick era of the late 1920s. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) — in its latest tabulation on the subject — reported today that 398 persons filed returns showing $1 million or more income in 1961. This was the largest number since 1929 when the stock market was at the peak of its stratospheric binge, and the total of $1 million taxpayers h i t a record 513. Ninety-two new faces were added to this select group in 1961. the biggest increase since 1928 when the number spurted by 221. The IRS statistics show only those who reported earning $1 million or more during the 1961 tax year. Authorities on the distribution of U. S. wealth estimate there are a lot more Americans who are worth $1 million today. Some have placed the number as high as 100,000. Government tax reports, of course, mention no names. But from these studies, it is possible to get a statistical profile of the average |I million taxpayer in 1961. It would look something like this: The average top-bracket ta.xpay er had an adjusted gross income of about $2 million. He paid about $800,000 in income taxes. Most likely he was on a pay roll, although his income from salaries was a drop in the bucket — to him, anyway. The biggest chunk of his earnings came from profits on the sale of such items as stocks and property. The IRS Millionaires Club accounted for about .8 per cent of all taxes paid in 1961. By contrast, those in the $6,000 to $7,000 bracket paid 8.4 per cent of all taxes collected that year. 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Formerly priced $109.50 NOW REDUCED TO Contemporary Bedroom Group in light butternut wood, finest construction, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. Dresser and 1 large mirror, large chest of drawers, double size bed and two night tables. Formeriy priced 5519.00 $07000 NOW REDUCED TO «"« Contemporary (Thina Cabinet in dark walnut by Glenn of California, 4S Inches wide with lots of storage space. Formerly priced $2.59.00 NOW REDUCED TO Modem Sofa. 96 inches long with loose pillow back, finest foam construction, also large casters on front, in selection of fabrics. Formerly priced $279.00 $4fA00 NOW REDUCED TO Danish Contemporary Sofa with walnut arms, finest foam rubber construction, 70 inches long, upholstered in blue and beige fabric. Formeriy priced $279.00 $ I RQ50 NOW REDUCED TO Contemporary High Back Recliner with adjustable foot rest, finest construction, has three positions for added comfort, available in selection of washable plastics. $QA50 SPECIAL Contemporary Curved Sectional Sofa, finest Poly-foam construction, available in wide selection of fabrics. Formerly priced $339.00 »9OQ00 NOW REDUCED TO Contemporary Dining Group by Paul McCobb, in dark dierry wood, consisting of oval dining table with extra fills, large China cabinet and four chairs. Formerly priced $591.00 944Q00 NOW REDUCED TO Contemporary Sofa 84 inches long, finest construction with foam rubber cushions, upholstered in dark brown textured fabric. Formeriy priced $246.00 > 17050 NOW REDUCED TO • " Modem Sofa, 84 inches long, finest foam rubber construction, upholstered In leather like washable plastic in choice of colors. Formerly priced $249.00 lOAQOO NOW REDUCED TO *«" Contemporary and Modem Bedroom and Dining Groups, many styles to select from, in complete groups or open stock. NOW 10% Contemporary Lamps, the largest selection of fine lamps in the entire area, all sizes to select from. NOW 'OOFF BOX SPRINGS and MATTRESSES Sealy Golden Sleep Box Spring and Mattress, a standout value with these features: Smooth button free top . . . non- sag edge guard construction . . . 8-oz, woven ticking . . . twin or full size. A $119.00 value $jg76 NOW SET Sealy Golden Sleep Supreme Box Spring and Mattress, extra firm, a buy so big Sealy double guarantees it, note these features: Luxurious quilted top . . . New Sealon ticking . . . high coil count and exclusive Sealy Edge Guard construction . . . twin or full size. A $139.00 value ^OO'^ NOW SET Scaly Famous Posturpedic Box Spring and Mattress, the very finest, for a limited time only we are allowing $20.00 for your old set Regular price $159.00 Less old set 520.00 ^13900 CONTINUOUS FILAMENT NYLON CARPET So ISIeiv... ... So Different Handsoma anough for any seHing, pp«efie«l enough lor your heaviest traffic area. The finest value In Continuous Filament Nylon. This Hr-Lo textured loop carpet was designed for glowing beauty and lasting luxury. Comes in a beautiful off-white color which is ideal for today's living. Truly lovely . . . truly durable . . . iruly an out- ifanding value. A $9.95 Value NOW REDUCED TO 7 95 sq. yd. Custom Draperies Save Vz on Full Length Draperies Wa have taken our most popular fabric, a lovely off-white textured material and for this sale only will make your draperies withouf charge for labor. SPECIAL $250 Per yd. — INCLUDES — Measuring ell windows .. . weights in all draperies . . . hoolcs for all draperies and our finest custom labor to make up at no additional charge. TRADITIONAL' FURNITURE Early American Bedroom Group by Cambridge in solid birch wood, the very finest, consisting of Mr. and Mrs. dresser, large mirror, double size bed with cannon ball posts and two night stands. Formeriy priced $439.00 MAAOO NOW REDUCED TO »W Early American Sofa, 84 inches long, has high winged back with diamond tufting, also wood trim on arms and uings, available in wide selection of colors. Formeriy priced 5299.00 SQCAOO NOW REDUCED TO Traditional Commode with Mirror, in genuine cherry wood, size 34" wide, 13" deep,, ideal for hall or living room. Formerly priced $179.00 $ | J hOO NOW REDUCED TO • Large Wing Chair and Ottoman, perfect for the traditional home, finest foam rubber construction, upholstered in green and brown tweed with matching flounce. Formerlv priced $209.00 $I4Q00 NOW REDUCED TO High Poster Bed, double size, in solid eastern maple, by Crawford of Jamestown. Formerly priced $109.50 $C^50 NOW REDUCED TO Early American Knee Hole DesJr. size 25" X 55". in solid birch, {las large file drawer and two pull out slides. Formeriy priced S199.00 9|CQ50 NOW REDUCED TO Modified Lawson Sofa, 96 inches long, ideal for living room or family room, finest foam construction, upholstered in a wide selection of colors. Formeriy priced S229.00 $ f AAOO NOW REDUCED TO ' Traditional Armless Chair, perfect for provincial or Early American room, upholstered in coral quilted fabric. Formeriy priced $109.50 'RQSO NOW REDUCED TO Early American Bedroom Group, finished all white with gold trim, con- .sisting of Mr. and Mrs. Dresser and large mirror, double size high poster bed and night stand. Formerly priced $369.00 ^9Qt^ NOW REDUCED TO Large Colonial Coffee Table in solid birch with drop leaf ends, makes 68" table when open, also has drawers in base. Formerly priced $109.50 MSQSO NOW REDUCED TO W«» Early American Step Table in solid birch, has gallery top, also two drawers in top deck. Formerly priced $47.50 $0450 NOW REDUCED TO Early American Pictures, hanging shelves and accessories, many from which to choose. NOW 25% OFF Large Early American Step Table, with heavy plank top, also has drawer in base, in solid birch by Cambridge. Formerly priced $89.50 NOW REDUCED TO Large Early American Coffee Table in solid birch, has heavy plank too with drawers in base, size 20"x60". Formeriy priced 589.50 ICASO NOW REDUCED TO V9 SLEEP SOFAS Convert-a-Bed Sofa by Sealy, Early American style with winged back, the very finest has full size innerspring mattress, covered in brown and turquoise tweed fabric with matching flounce. Formeriy priced 5279.95 99IQ95 NOW REDUCED TO *i* Sleep Sofa, the fmest construction, with full size innerspring mattress, has buttoned tufted back, available in selection of leather like washable plastics. Formeriy priced $249.00 $IQQOO NOW REDUCED TO Simmons Hide-a-Bed, the very finest, with full size mattress to sleep two, upholstered in modem plaid fabric in blues and browns. Formeriy priced 5239.00 $fQQOO NOW REDUCED TO Simmons Studio Couch, with two bolsters, makes full size bed, upholstered in brown fabric with matching flounce. HSQ^ SPECIAL W rrpi NELSON HALES furnifura carpet draperies decorative LJ JU2 Stmt nbjeet lo prior aale. Open Friday Nights 'til 7:00 ftM DefiVery Including Dtttrf Ariai 128 E. Slate -Redlands PY 3-5665 FREE PARKINS AT REAR OF STORE

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