Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 24, 1963 · Page 2
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Redlands, California
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Wednesday, July 24, 1963
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2 - Wed., July 24, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts Brown may try again in '64 on witliliolding SACRAMENTO (UPI) - Gov. Edmund G. Brown indicated today he was considering asking the 1964 legislature to adopt his program for withholding state income tax from paychecks. He told his news conference, the last for several weeks, that it would be "a fair statement" to say that he will renew his pay- as-you-go plan at the next session. "What we're trying to do is get at the chiselers." BrowTi said. "I intend to carry on a continuiBg campaign for withholding between now and the budget session." But, at the same time, he con­ ceded, "maybe I'll change my mind." The governor's bill, introduced by Sen. Virgil O'SulUvan, D-Williams, was killed without debate in the Senate Revenue and Ta.\a- tion Committee shortly after the current special session began. As' sembly leaders, who hoped to re SUMMER CLEARANCE SALE! SALE STARTS THURSDAY. JULY 25»h. INFANTS fo 24 Mo. BOYS to 12 Yrs. GIRLS' To 14 Yrs. SUB-TEENS 6 to 14 ' Dresses * Jackets * Swim Suits * Summer Mdse. Many, Many Other Ifems af Reduced Prices Don'f Waif! BUY NOW! Unusual Values! • NO REFUNDS ON • NO EXCHANGES SALE MERCHANDISE. ALL SALES • NO FINAL. GIFT WRAPPING The PEE WEE SHOP & DEB SHOP 108 Orange Downtown Redlands Vive it, gave up Tuesday. The governor said he will not ask the 1964 legislature for new taxes and reiterated his statement, made a number of times, that he hopes to get through the next four years without a ta.x boost. The governor also: —Announced he would leave tomorrow for Washington to meet with Interior Secretary Stewart Udall and representatives of California, Arizona and Nevada on the Colorado River decision. He said the session was "vital to the future of our state." —Said he would not leave for his six-week trip to Europe before "everything" in the legislature is settled. He said he would meet in Europe with leaders of the Common JIarket and hoped to "carry the message of the nation's No. I state" to every nation he visits. -Made public figures prepared by the Department of Finance showing record levels of automobile sales and corporated income had boosted the state's anticipated revenue for the current fiscal year by $6.5 million above a Hay 9 estimate. —Said he would continue to press for adoption of his bill to e.\'empt small taxpayers from a tax but answered when told that Assembly Speaker Jesse M. Unruh, D - Inglewood. said it was dead: "If that's the voice of power we won't get it." Amelia Earhart stamp on sale in Atchison, Kan. ATCmSON. Kan. (UPI) - A first-issue air mail stamp went on sale here today to commemorate the aerial feats of famed aviatrix Amelia Earhart and the 66th anniversary of her birthdate in this northeast Kansas town. Postmaster Gen. J. Edward Day came to town for the occasion, along with Sen. Frank Carlson and Reps. William Avery and Bob Dole, Kansas Republicans. A military band from Scott Air Force Base, HI., boomed out martial tunes. Atchison Postmaster John E. Smith predicted 750,000 of the commemoraUve stamps would be sold. He said it would be the largest single sale of air mail stamps on record. Folks in Atchison, all 13,000 of McCone asks better CIA retirement WASHINGTON (UPI) — Central Intelligence Agency Director John A. SIcCone asked a House armed services subcommittee Tuesday for a better retirement system for U.S. agents. McCone said the system should be similar to that of the foreign service. He did not reveal any more details of his proposal in public session and after he announced it the subconunlttee went into closed session. them, enjoy seeing the name of their hometown on Atchison, Topeka and Santa Pe Railway cars. They brag about having the only alcohol distillery in the state. But Atchisonians are most proud of Amelia Earhart. A stadium and the city airport are named for her. A monument to Miss Earhart's aerial accomplishments was erected in 1958. Today, a plaque at the public library was to be unveiled in her honor. Miss Earhart, known as the "First Lady of Aviation." disappeared with her co-pilot, Fred Noonan, on a globe-circling flight. They vanished somewhere near a Howland Island in the Pacific Ocean on July 2, 1937. The smiling aviatrix with the tousled blonde hair was the first woman to fly the Atlantic solo, the first to fly an autogyro and the first to fly from Hawaii to California. ST. mSS JOSEPHINE REAY Society Editor "Gray Flannel" Suif Enters Style Scene About People Mark J. Andrews his been informed that his record for the past year entitles him to a place on the Dean's List at Harvard where he has just completed his freshman year. Mark is the son of Rev. and Mrs. Mark L. Andrews, 921 West Cypress avenue. SELL IT TOMORROW With an inexpensive Classified Ad Come take your pick of ffie season's finesf- FRESH FRUITS ANP VEGETABLES THiCK-MEATED BELL PEPPERS LARGE RED RIPE SLICING TOMATOES t SWEET JUMBO 36's KY CAPE KING CRABMEAT ANN PAGE SPAGHEni flHSCHMANN'S MARGARINE ITALIAN STYIE 2 FROM 100% CORN OIL 7 'A-or. Can 15 '/i -or. Cans Mb. Pkg. 69 27 37 MIX 'EM OR MATCH 'EM - BUY 'EM BY THE DOZEN Green Peas French Fries Cut Corn Green Beans OUR FINEST QUALITY REGULAR OR CRINKLE CUT OUR FINEST QUALITY FRENCH CUT Norihern Towels* Wax Paper* Hi Ho Crackers 2J5.Ct. Pkg. WaxfexScOff lOO-R. Roll lO^oz. 29' Oreo Sandwich ,r 49' Kibbled BifsSscoff^^, 2*' Sliced Beets 2 19# M.J.B. Coffee 'ci^„ 65'll'„ t« Dog Meal* SSYJr, 2« Place Mats* 29' Macaroni & Cheese V\r 45' Mnshroomsstfrl^^^;;^ 29' MJB Inst. Coffee Mb. Cant Sat Jar 25' 49' 95' JOHNSTON'S FROZEN Fruit & Cream PIES Except Blueberry & Pecan 9 -Inch Size PRUNE JUICE KETCHUP ^ A T E DOG FOOD* vns CHICKEN SAXON Of. Btl. 2 6 14^1. Btls. Mb. Cans WHOLE BLUE STAR 3-!b. 4-oz. Can 29' 25< 49c 89* SUNNYFIELD TOP QUALITY BUTTER Mb. Pkg. LA CHOY Bean Sprouts 'ell- 17' GERBK'S Baby Food Slrained Janior SUPER-RJGHT GRAIN-FED STEER BEEP SUPER- RIGHT BEEF ROASTS "US' 7-Bone Roast. ..."cr... 39 O-Bone Roast . T^D ^... 49 Rump Roast 69* SUPER- RIGHT BEEF STEAKS Ghuck Steak Round Steak. Round Steak GRAIN FED TASTY THRIFTY.... CENTER ..CUT.. BONE- .LESS.. 39 69 79 VdndeKdmp's. RED TULIP SPECIALS ?*THURS.-SUN., JULY 25-28' ^CHOCOLATE FUDGE CAKE' S9f DUNKETTES FRENCH BUTTER ROLLS 29( CUP CAKES 33j£ Rumii Roast Clod Roast.. Rib Roast.. Stewing Beef BONE. ....LESS BONE- ....lESS 7-INCH ...CUT BONE. .....LESS 79 79 89 79*. Sirloin Tip ....%JSS 89* Char Steak Porterhouse Top Sirloin. ALSO ..RIB... ALSO .T-BONE. BONE* ..LESS... 89* VI 1 39 lb. SUPER-RIGHT Smoked Buffs BONE. KAC LESS 9wih FRESH CHINOOK SALMON PIECE ifTAC or SLICED MWlh EASTERN FROZEN LOBSTERS "THE KIND A AC WITH THE lAROE CUWS" JF %9 lb FRESH LEAN Ground Beef A&P ^ ^ C QUALITY ^^Ib fricM tfhttht Viim., fit., 5at.^ Sun., July 25, 26, 271 28 320 REDLANDS BLVD. 1HC G«EAT AlTAMItC t tHOK MA COMTANT. rntnai, iWM lailk mrf tt*fm By ALINE MOSBY United Pre« litttrnah'enal PARIS (UPI)—"The woman in the gray flannel smt" will be on the commuter trains this year. Designer Guy Laroche, presenting his collection in the fall- winter Paris fashion week, paraded his pretty mannequins in charcoal gray wool suits and dresses, as did the House of Nina Ricci Tuesday. One suit that could be paired with a lady executive's briefcase, for example, had a collarless jacket to mid-hip, loosely cinched with a narrow brown leather belt and garnished with four little flap pockets. His suit shoulders were natural and the narrow skirts just bid the knee. His charcoal gray dresses, slim as a reed, were moulded through the waist and usually belt- less, following the princess line that appears to be the main dress silhouette for winter. Gray For Evtning Laroche even went gray for evening. A sky gray wool ribbed cocktail suit with a short, open jacket had a linmg of dark gray oilcloth-like fabric with a matching tam. Laroche also splashed pink throughout the collections. He showed narrow wool deep pink coats, princess-line pale pink crepe cocktail dresses and pink- and-gray tweed suits. One pink coat had a taupe silk lining, with pink shirt and taupe blouse underneath. A cocktail outfit was of sparkling pink brocade a narrow skirt topped by a casual pullover. Another Laroche trend was fur dresses, vests and fur sleeves on one cloth coat. Despite the wilt- mg July heat, his models managed to keep walking in such winter anti-frosters as a black seal coat with leopard collar and matching hat. A black wool gabardine coat had black mink sleeves. The audience decided his mannequins in brown-and-white ponyskin suits would be snug in a chilly English home but definitely overheated in the United States. Recognizes Curves Laroche definitely recognized that females have curves. His simple princess-line wool dresses with long sleeves were usually belUess and with a seam or gathers underneath the bustline. The same flattering feminme line continued into the cocktail dresses. He showed many beige, white and pink crepes as well as traditional black, and all were short. Two coats that brought ap plause were one of navy blue seal, over a navy blue crepe dress, and another of black satiny oil- I'skin like cloth, belted and pert, with black seal collar and cuffs. The model peeled out of this to show a slink short evening shift of the same satiny cloth with shirred front and crossed straps over the bareback. ACBL Match To Be Open To Public Viewing Contract bridge kibitzers wiil enjoy a gala event at no cost tomorrow and Friday afternoons and evenings at the Los Angeles Biltmore Theatre. Southern California bridge enthusiasts are invited to be guests of the American Contract Bridge League to watch the Inter-City Championship play between Los Angeles and twin cities and to hear a bridge talk by "Mr. Bridge", Charles H. Goren. Mr. Goren's talks will begin at 1 and at 7:45 p.m. Championship play begms at 1:30 and 8 p.m. and as many as 1,700 spectators per session can follow the bidding and play as it takes place at the table by loudspeaker hook-up and by use of the giant Bridge-O-Rama electric board. Play will be explained by a panel of experts headed by Goren and including, among others, John Gerber, non- playing captain of the North American team that played last month in the world championships. Los Angeles AU-Star team includes Harold Guiver, Robert Hamman, Eddie Kanlor, Donald Krauss, Lew Mathe. Erik Paulsen and Eddie Taylor, plus Ivan Erdos, Barry Crane, Morris Portugal, Meyer Schleifer and Mika Shuman with Kaysey Petterson as non-playing captain. OLD FASHIONED ICE CREAM SOCIAL PLANNED Senior Pilgrhn Fellowship, sponsored by the First Congregational church, is getting in the Redlands Jubilee spirit by putting on an old-fashioned ice cream social next Tuesday. The affair will begin at 6 o'clock at the church, comer of Olive avenue and Cajon street, and the sponsors promise "all you can eat". The public is invited. Largest medical computer now in use at UCLA Fire damages Community club in Calimesa The Calimesa Community Club was damaged by fire recently when a kitchen stove inadvertently was left on over night, the state Forestry at Yucaipa reported today. Fire was contained to the clubhouse kitchen, A portion of the Ooor, a wall, and the gas stove and water heater were severely damaged, the Forestry Office said. Damage to the clubhouse, located at 33319 Avenue H, was estimated at more than $500. The fire broke out about noon last Saturday. Have Gizzards Fowls are not the only animals that have gizzards. Other animals with gizzards include the crayfish and its relatives, the earthworm and many insects. fin if 05 a Birthisy JULY 25 — Jack Wilson Henry G. Vandtr Meer Kenneth Oampf Jack S. Kaezor Homer H. MeOenaM Robert L. Widlund Alfred Casfre James P. Krynieki Jim Rrnard Douglas Bloebaum Frank Schaefcr Billy Shawver Merit* Zeiglcr Walter Simmends James C. Scott David Marriott James Candelaria Happy BIrtMar n E. Slaf* Ph. PY 3-250S LOS ANGELES, The nation's first large-scale medical computer is now in operation at UCLA. Known as the Health Sciences Computer Facility, the Center was made possible by a $3,000,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health.It is a pilot project in a program which may utilize a number of specialized computer centers across the nation designed to process medical research and patient data to facilitate advances in the health sciences. The facility is a joint project of the UCLA schools of Medicine and Public Health. Dr. W. J. Dkon is the director. The computer is the IB5I 7094, a speedier version of the 7090. The new version is up to twice as fast as its predecessor (depending upon the technique used to solve problems). "The facility is so designed that data such as brain waves, electrocardiograms, and blood flow information may be received directly from the laboratory. Problems also may be submitted from distant institutions, processed, and the results returned via "Data- Phone." Completion of the ne.w facilty makes the UCLA Center for Health Sciences the leading institution in the application of computer techniques to medical problems, UCLA medical school dean Sherman M. Mellinkoff said. A smaller computer facility has already been established in the Brain Research Institute for use in the investigative program thare. The facility will also be used for training programs designed to acquaint students with medical applications of computers and for graduate training programs for specialists in biostatistics in tha School of Public Health, according to Dean L. S. Goerke. MSKEfRIENK The person who blocks a supermorket aisle to gossip con expect to get bumped. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. . LET US DYE YOUR SHOES "iZl $2.00 ONE DAY SERVICE Or Your Shan Ripairad WliiU Yoo Wcit COLLEGE SHOE SHOP (NEXT DOOR TO SAFEWAY) Pl*nry of FREE PARKING 529 Orange St. PY 3-3«29

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