Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 2, 1964 · Page 11
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 11

Redlands, California
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Monday, March 2, 1964
Page 11
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TRI-CITY TRUCK DRIVERS - These are half of the 20 Tri-City Concrete delivery drivers who v/on safe driving awards recently in connection with the company's safe driving contest in cooperation with the Notional Safety Council. Drivers shown left to right, ore William C. Miller, Bruce A. Brown, John N. Cloirmonf, John E. Givens, James H. Smith, Kenneth A. Baker, Roy E. Higgason, Orville E. Lindberg, Joseph P. Sanders, with Truck Supervisor George A. Bishop making presentations. Wage payments to reflect lower withholding Robert A. Riddell. Los An-' gcles District Director of Internal Revenue Service, announced today that all wage and salary payments made on; or after March 5 should reflect j the new lower withholding; rales established by the Rev-1 enue Act of 1964 signed by{ President Johnson Wednesday evening. Sir. RiddeU said that "Internal Revenue will follow a rule of reason in enforcing the I March 5 effective date. It will not find fault with employers who are delayed a day or two in putting the lower rate into effect by problems encountered in converting their pajTollsys- tems." Mr. Riddell pointed out that the withholding tables employers should use is applying the 14 per cent withholding rate were mailed to some 4',i million employers on February 10. This advance mailing was designed to give employers lead- time in making the \ Redlands Dally Facts Monday, Mar. 2, 1964-11 CARNIVAL By Dick Turner SAFE DRIVERS — Other Tri-City Concrete Company drivers who received safe driving awards are shown with Sofety Director Douglass E. Hayes, far left. Drivers, left to right, ore Jack A. Pope, Jake N. Bobb, Lester N. Sevy, Newell W. Caston, Jr., William T. Donaldson, John A. Renfro, R. E. Shields, Robert D. Gloze, Ralph O. Hulton, Casper F. Anderson and R. K. Schaaf. Truck Supervisor George A. Bishop makes presentation of belt buckles showing number of individual safe driving years. Washington Window Whites to get their own civil rights By Lyle C. WUson WASfflNGTON (UPI)-White children in great cities such as New York and Chicago will get a civil right of their own if the bill now awaiting Senate action is not amended to penalize them. The proposed right is the right to attend their own neighborhood grammar school. Negro organizations in great urban centers now are demanding an end to what is known as racial imbalance in grammar schools. This imbalance comes about because of housing patterns. There arc large residential areas in New York. Washington. D.C.. and Chicago, for e.vample, «liich are all or almost all Negro. Therefore, enrollment in neighborhood grammar schools also is largely Negro. New York City has been the centerpiece of clamor against this so-called de facto segregation. There has been one student-teacher strike and another is contemplated. Pressure groups in New York and Chi- "cago have mounted formidable campaigns against school administrators. They seek to drive the administrators out of office. Demind Students Changed To correct racial imbalance or de facto segregation, some Negro and white civil rights leaders demand that busloads of white children be transported daily from their own all- white schools to attend more distant all - Negro schools. The opposition to this has been considerable. Comes now the Congress with legislation totally rejecting thisj method of combatting racial ^ segregation in the schools. Title IV of the pending civil rights bill relates to desegregation in public education. Section 401. Paragraph B states, in part that: "—Desegregation shall not mean the assignment of students to public schools in order to overcome racial imbalance." This is an inritation to era- battled pubUc school administrators to stand fast againsi the pressure group attempts to compel the transportation of children to public schools far away from their neighborhoods. Likewise, the section excuses tlie Justice Department from all legal activity in behalf of those who seek such transport of school children. Parents Not Forbidden Negro parents or the leaders of Negro organizations are not forbidden to act in their own behalf. Section 409 of TiUc IV s^yi: "Nothing in this title shall affect adversely the right of any person to sue for or oh-' tain relief in any court against discrimination in public education or in any facility covered in this title. Lawycr.s, Philadelphia type, might and probably will argue that the foregoing invites litigation. But laymen, all types, are likely to argue that the litigation will die in view of the congressional definition of segregation is not. The late President John F. Kennedy's civil rights bill would have encouraged the transportation of white kids from their own neighborhoods to attend Negro schools. The House Judiciary Committee was not impressed with Kennedy administration testimony on racial imbalance and what should be done about it. So the bill was Clay big hit in visiting Harlem NEW YORK (UPI) — Heavy weight bo.\ing champion Cassius Clay, who detrhroned Sonny Listen in Miami last week, arrived here Sunday for a slay of about a week. The fighter conferred for about an hour with Malcolm X, the Black Muslim leader, a short time after his arrival, and it was believed that Clay planned to appear at a Muslim rally. A crowd chanting "Vou arc the greatest" greeted Clay at the Theresa Hotel in Harlem, ^^hg.jand he signed autographs for 'about an hour. Slalcolm X accompanied Clay Sunday night when he went to; a theater in the Times Square i area to watch movies of the fight last Tuesday. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 Norwegian group crossing frozen Arctic OSLO. Norway (UPI) — Twelve Nonvegian students set out today on the first—and easiest—leg of their attempt to cross the North Pole on skis. The first leg is a charter [plane flight to the U.S. Air Force Base at Thule, Greenland. From there, the group will push northward to EHes- mere Island to set up a base camp for the ski trek over the polar ice—a trip of 90 to 100 days covering 1,200 to 1,500 miles. Expedition leader B j o e r n Staib. 25, believes it is the longest ski trip in history. Only Staib and three of his best skiers will attempt the final part of the trip, from the pole to Europe. And even they are not sure whether their destination will be cast or west of the Iron Curtain. Staib plans to decide at the pole whether to head for the Norwegian island of Spitsbcr- en or the Soviet island of Se- s'crnaya Zcmlya. The e.vpedi- lion has permission from Soviet authorities to use the latter route. ! changes required. Employers! who have not received the Em-| ployers Tax Guide Circular E. which shows the new rates, may obtain a copy at the Los Angeles District Office oi Internal Revenue. I'm worried about Junior not dating, Ethel! It's not payroll! natural for';a boy his age not to want a girl friend to help out when his allowance gets low!" For Results Use Facts Classified Ads McKESSON VITI-RAMA FOR MARCH BEXEL VITAMIN 72 PRICE SALE ON ECONOMY SIZES TREMEmassamesoMimiams! • MortK will com* in likt o lion ihis ycor—o roanng big sole on vitaminil Yes, it's McKesion't Bextl Yifo^om* ...HALF PRICES on oil •conorry sizes...others of huge sovtngs. Enough tAcKeuon BexeJ Vitamins evefy doy t* Jost six to eight months. Cut yoor vitamin costs! Come shop, come save during March ot tho stores listed below. BEXEL Vi PRICE "Stop that gambling, stop that rambling" amended to create a white kids' civil rights. 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