Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 26, 1965 · Page 7
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 7

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Redlands Daily Facts Wed, May 26, 1965 - 7 Assemblyman STEW HINCKLEY .... Says Just as the Chairman of Uie Committee on Revenue and Taxation was beginning his presentation on AB 2270—the new tax package of 249 pages f fine print, the Governor suggested tliat an increase in the cigarette tax would solve our financial problems, and no big tax bills •would be needed. (Just call him "Puff, the Magic Dragon".) This reversal of the Governor's position caused political ground loops all over the place and created a mild stale of confusion. With time running out, the Legislature is faced with three big issues — the "bare bones" budget, a half a 'billion dollars in new tax bills and Senate reapportionment. Only three weeks remain before the mandatory June 18th adjoumment date. Unlss these issues are resolved, it will be necessary for the Governor to call a special session in the summer or fall. Already the pace is being stepped up, night committee meetings are going on and the Ways and Means Committee may have the budget ready for the Assembly by the time you finish reading this epistle. With a "lick and a promise", the Revenue and Taxation Com- CONFIRM APPOINTMENTS WASHINGTON (UPI) — The Senate Tuesday confirmed the appointment of Civil Aeronautics Board (CAB) Chairman Alan S. Boyd to be undersecretary of commerce. The nomination of Undersecretary of Agriculture Charles S. Murphy to succeed Boyd was also approved. CONSTABLE'S SALE ON EXECUTION MRS. BAHBARA DUCEY, Ht. 2. Box 727, Redlands, Calif.. San Timeteo Canyon, Beaumont. Calif., Plaintilf, vs. MR. MELVIN CARROLL, 1550 V/est Fern Street, Redlands, Calil., Defendant. Under and by virtue of an execution issued out of Constable. Beaumont, County of Riverside. State of California, in Action, entitled as above, and to me directed and delivered for a judgment rendered in said Court on April 22. 1965. was requested to sell for pasture in favor of Mrs. Barbara Ducey against Mr. Melvin Carroll for the sura of Three Hundred Dollars ($300.00), together with costs of suit and interest. I have levied on all the right, title, claim and interest of said defendant, of. in and to the foUowing property, to-wit: 1 Buckskin Mare, black mane and tail, about 10 years old. 1 Gelding, black mane and tail, about 10 years old. 1 Light Palomino, about 18 months old. Notice is hereby given that on May 23, 1965, at 11 a.m., I will sell all the right, title and interest of said Mr. Melvin Carroll, or either of them, in and to the above described property, or so much thereof as may be necessary to satisfy plaintiff's claim, besides aU costs, interest and accruing costs. The sale wiU take place at Rt 2, Box 727. San Timeteo Canyon. Beaumont, Calif., Ducey Ranch, at public auction, for cash-in-hand to the high- .st and best bidder. Dated April 22. 1965. JOHN T. WAUGH. Constable Beaumont Judicial District, County of Riverside. State of California. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 34700 Superior Court of the State of California, for the County of San Bernardino. Estate of EVELYN B. MARTINEZ. Deceased. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to the creditors of the above named decedent that all persons having claims against the said decedent are required to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the clerk of the above entitled court, or to present them, with the necessary vouchers, to the undersigned .^t the law office of Paul B. Wilson and Guay P. Wilson, 306 East Stale Street. Redlands. California, which is the place of business of the undersigned in all matters pertaining to the estate of said decedent, within six months after the first publication of this notice. Dated May 26th, 1965. JBIMIE G. MARTINEZ. Executor of the Will of the above named decedent. PAUL B. WILSON and GUAY P. WILSON, 306 East State Street, Redlands, California, Tel. 792-3373. Attorneys for Executor. (First publicaUon May 26, 1965) inittee roared through the very complex ta.x package, approved the measure shifting property taxes to the sales, cigarette, personal income taxes and other revenue producers. Should this proposal become law, it would mean an increase in taxes, hitting just about everyone, of about a half a billion dollars. The Senate reapportionment bill, SB 6 (Teale), lea \Tng San Bemardmo Coimty "as is", is now resting in the Assembly Reapportionment Committee. The measure would shift 12 Senate seats to Los Angeles County in Compliance •with the United States Supreme Court's one man, one vote decision. In my judgment, it is a very fair proposal, considering all circumstances, and unless it is substntially changed, I expect to support it. Even though our County will have more than 100,000 over the "mean population figure", I think we are better off keeping our county identity and remaining as a single political unity. Although the Governor is subject to much criticism, deserved and undeserved, for administrative shortcomings, the recent attempted impeachment and recall proceedings are, in my opinion, unwarranted. Neither impeachment nor recall should be attempted every time a public official does not please some segment of our electorate. To follow this Ene, government would be in a state of constant turmoil. Such movements are appropriate only when elected officials are guilty of deliberate and malicious bad faitli or criminal culpability. The proper place to make correction is at the ballot boxes next year, not tlirough the present maneuvers. What do you think? Your opinions and suggestions ai'e invited. Your letters should be addressed to me at the State Capitol, Sacramento. Under-Insured? 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May 31 Open Friday Nights 'til 9 O 'aock - Open Tuesday, June 1, 'til 9 P.M. tenneus ALWAYS RRST QUAUTY * /, DOWNTOWN REDLANDS^ end REDUCEDI LUGGAGE women's 3-pc. set 13' beauty case, 21" weekend, 24" pull- man in red, blue, charcoal. Quilted rayon taffeta linings. 19 A PAIR Proportioned for slims, regulars, huskies — in authentic trim-fit western styling. Faded Blue and Dark Blue in durable cotton in 13% or 11 '/4 oz- weights. Reinforced at strain points for longer wear. Sanforizedt, machine washable. Compare . . . save . . . at Penney's! NOW! LIKE IT! CHARGE IT! WITH A PENNEY CHARGE CARD SANFORIZED« COnON PJ'S FOR 4 to 14'ers Such adorable styles in a colorful array of colors and prints! Wash-'n- w e a r Sanforized® cotton baby doll pajamas . • . at Penney-low price! ROBE SPECIALS IN FRESH-CUT PRINTS $ • Solids in Dacron® polyester and cotton sailcloth . . . Arnel® triacetate & cotton denim, rich cotton twills • Cotton plaids and colorful prints • Top summer colors! Sizes 8 to 18. Now—scoop up these remarkable robe buyi — get one for each day of the week for a change — and pay so little in the bargain! Carefree Avril® rayon and cotton blend in smock styling with deep roomy pockets. Many colors. 10-18. More End of Month Clean Up Buys From Every Department 120 Pieces of Spring and Summer Jewelry Reduced to Clear Includes Pins and Earrings $ for 1 19 Women's Matching Gloves and Handbag Sets 3 99 100 Women's Dacron/Nylon/Cotton Baby Dolls 99 And Shift Gowns Sizes: Small, Med., Large 1 150 Women's Better Summer Dresses Reduced to clear. Pick from a large assortment of styles and sizes m& in Petites, Juniors, Misses and Halves H to 8 Women's White Uniforms Slightly Soiled. Repriced to clear ^5 and^8 TOO Pair of Women's Knee High Socks Reduced. These are in white and assorted colors. Hurry! 50* 50 Washable Stuffed Animals for Little Tots These have been reduced to move fast 1 50 30 Infants Bib Playtogs Not all sizes or all colors. Reduced to . 1 22 28 Toddletime Short Sleeve ^ 00^ Polo Shirts „ ^ for # # 18 Toddletime Dresses Reduced to '2 Large Group of Infants Ploywear Reduced to one low price. Includes rompers, playsuits and others Toddletime Sun Suits, Pajamas and Assorted Sleepwear. One low price. Sizes 1 to 4 1 100 Pair of Men's Wash Pants Reduced to 3.98. Stock up now for Summer fun. Waist sizes: 30 to 38 3 98 40 Pair of Wash Pants Odds and ends that have been reduced for quiclt sale 2 and 3 50 Men's Straw Fun Hats Men's white and colored handkerchiefs $1 10 .1 Father's Day Special Men's Sport Shirt buy. 500 to choose from. Sizes S-M-L and XL 1 99 Men's Dress Socks A large selection of colors. Sizes lOVi to 13 49' 10 Pair Women's Corduroy Tennis Shoes $ Reduced to a low, low 2 300 Pair Women's Better Shoe Close Outs 1 '2 '3 M '5 Flats, Heels, Walking Shoes, Stretch Boots, Thongs and House Shoes. Repriced to clear. Assorted colors, sizes and widths from AAA to C. Sizes from 5 to 10. 80 Women's Spring Hats, Reduced Again $4 $^ $ Prices slashed. Hurry in for a good selection. 1 '2 '3 '5 48 Women's Bleeding Madras Billfolds and Wallets. Just what you need for Summer $ 1 72 Pair of Men's and Women's Sunglasses Newest looks from Italy ... $ 1 Large Selection of Sportswear, Reduced 50 $1 These bargains will be found on the Balcony. Includes Blouses, Ankle Pants, Shells and Skirts r. '5 180 Boys' 4 Polo Shirts y Sizes 4 -12 — Asst. Colors A I 1 a for 1 74 ^ Boys' Briefs A Double Back a ? H a for 1 50 Boys' Rannel Shirts Sizes 14 -16 -18 Only 38' 40 Girls' $1 Dressy Hats [ 1 and 2 90 Pair Girls' Rannel Pajamas 4-14 |99 300 Yards 4 Sleepwear Fabrics > Asst. Colors 4 LI REMNANTS Reduced to Clear 500 Yards Better Yardage Asst. Fabrics and Colors 99 Scatter Rugs 24x36 and 27x48 Asst. Colors 2 and 4 99 Bath Towels 2 for 92^^ Face Towels 3 for 92<^ Wash Cloths 6 for 92^ 68 Full and Twin Quilted Bedspreads Asst. Colors and Sizes s 88

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