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March 27, 1964

Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

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8 - Fridiir, Mar. 27, m Redlands Daily facts Summer schools move to norfhside of city Penasylvania avenue in Hed- lands could get to be like Pennsylvania avenue in Washington — loaded vrith traffic. The time will be this summer. The reason, summer school and demonstration school The elementary summer school will be conducted this year at the new Oement Junior, high school (it's an air conditioned plant, the first) Across the street and just a bit westerly of the Clement school is the Lugonia elemen tary school campus. And this year, the University of Redlands will be using Lu- Wallace watched in Wisconsin By Doris Fleeson WASHINGTON — The Wis consin primary April 7 will reveal next to nothing about Pres idential possibilities, but it may bear heavily upon the shape of things to come in civil rights. Gov. George Wallace of Ala bama has invaded the primary on the single issue of naked segregation cloaked in an argu ment for states' rights as opposed to big govemraenL Riot ing Alabama is a poor advertisement for such views, and its strutting little Napoleon witli his pouting mouth and patent- leather hair is not a heroic figure. His Tole as a burning glass designed to concentrate on Con gross any existing apprehen- .sions about the pending civil rights reforms is something else agam. There is some evi dence that such apprehensions exist outside the South, but they have been difficult to measure and to predict. It does seem clear that if a Wallace of Alabama can win any sigmficant backing in such a large and varied Middle West state, it will scare the politicians whose occupational disease is timidity. Reports to ROBERT H. JOHNSON Johnson wins scholarship for law school Robert H. Johnson of Bur bank. University of Redlands government major, has won a Root-Tilden Scholarship covering full expenses for three years of study at the law school of the University of New York. He Hill enter next fall. Dr. Robert L. Morlan, UR pro fcssor of government, said that Johnson is the first Redlands student to win a Root-Tilden Scholarship, a value of $8,000. Johnson has been editor of the "Bulldog", has been a member of the debate team, is an honor roll student and is president of Omicroo Delta Kappa, national honorary men's leadership fraternity. Redlands JHS completes Red Cross drive' Completing one of its most successful membership drives, the Junior Red Cross at Redlands Junior High reported Thursday a total receipt of $103.00. The campaign was carried on through home rooms during the week. Members of the Junior Red Cross who helped promote the drive and collected money were Pam Cummings, Barbara Vince, Crezell Germain, Kathy Rouse, Betty Warrington, Colleen Cranford. Candy Cranford, Kathy Farquhar, Carol Gaston, Mary Wintergerst, Karen Chapell, Linda Andrews, Sherlyn Dunklau, Diana Habecker, Vivian Bracamonte, Joe Solis, Jim MacKen- Eie. Sherlyn Dunklau is president of the club. Faculty sponsor is Mrs. Mildred McKim. Democrats here are not alto gether reassuring. First of all, Wisconsin Republicans do not have a serious Presidential candidate of their own but are banking their con vention votes in the name of a favorite son, Rep. John Byrnes. It is absurdly easy for them to cross over and vote for Wallace as a means of expressing their conservative principles and annoying the Democrats. Gov. John Reynolds who has entered the Democratic primary as a stand-in for President Johnson, is an attractive figure but saddled with that bane of most Governors, an increase in taxes. He admits he needs reinforcements from Washington colleagues, and they will be forthcoming. Because various important local elections are expected to pull out a big vote, including independents and many normal- Uy disinterested in primaries, there is additional ground for Democratic misgivings. The small homeowner, for example, is concerned with his local leaders and the taxes they impose, and it is believed that he looms large in the group presumed to fear integrated housing. Wallace has been taking full advantage of the forums he denies at home to opponents of his views. He makes his case with nerve, aplomb and considerable political sagacity. It is impossible to embarrass him. He has also entered the Maryland primary May 19 where Sen. Daniel B. Brewster will confront him in the name of the Administration. The Sen ator is a skillful campaigner, with no obvious UabiUties to dc fend. Wallace has still to enter Maryland and, in fact, cancel led one engagement there. Pre sumably he decided to concen trate on Wisconsin in the hope of a spectacular success which would stamp the label cf hjTW crite on the North. Actually, Wisconsin has far stronger civil rights measures on the books than the bill now debated by the Senate. It also prides itself on a progressive tradition more glowing than any other in the Union. When Wallace says that a Wisconsin showing by him will cause many politicians to change their civil rights votes, he may not be boasting. (CopjTight, 1964, by United feature Syndicate, Inc.) gonla instead of.Franklin for its annual Demonstration school program. This request was approved by School Trustees Tuesday evening. Since there is no bus service to any of these summer school programs, there's one likely re­ sult — lots of cars when school ends and lots of cars when school begins. This, however, is recognized by school officials, and "we're working with the police department now in an CEfort to minimize some of the difficulties be­ fore they occur." School Trustees this week acted upon a number of miscellaneous matters as follows: Approved a topographical survey of the Smiley elementary school site by Hicks and Hartwick so that the playground area can be rc-designed during the summer-for greater utility. I Smiley now has some 840 students and more are anticipated next falL Thus, every bit of playground area is expected to be needed. Approved the preliminary drawings of the new Educational Services Center at Lugooia and Orange and instructed architects Cowan and Bussey to proceed with working drawings. Approved the expenditure of 52,904 as the school district's share in getting water to the new Mariposa school Signed the formal agreement with contractor James P. Powers for construction of the first; Units at Mariposa school. Approved the purchase of a tractor - mower combination for $r,000 plus tax. Authorized the purchase of two, 91-passenger Crown busses at a cost of $52,180, plus tax, but less trade in on two other buses. These will be the largest tem has ever owned. Authorized the purchase of 10 units of bleachers for Redlands Junior high school at a cost of S2,181. These will replace the RJHS bleachers stored in the school warehouse when it (and they) burned in December. Learned that the district lest in the "arbitration" proceedings involving construction of two "hard courts" at Clement which means the district will have to pay another estimated $15,00ft such vehicles the Redlands sys-'for the work if it is to be done. To save on taxes keep complete records Have }'ou been reading and hearing about "ways to save on your taxes?" The essential first step to tax sa\-ings is complete tax records. These records do not have to be fancy, just complete, accurate, and current. In many cases, the simpler, the better. That's the tax advice today, from R, A. Riddell, District Director of Internal Revenue. He said that one of the easier ways to "set up a bookkeeping system" is to get a supply of large envelopes or folders. Label them according to the types of income and deductions you have. Accumulate the information as you go along. Preparation of the tax return will be much easier, vsith less chance of overlooking any income or deductions, when this is done. Mr. Riddell asked taxpayers not to mail their records with the return. If the return is selected for audit, the ta.\-payer will need the records to back up the items shown on the return. Mr. Riddell pointed out that good tax records are vitally important to.taxpayers who have travel and entertainment e.x- pense, itemize deductions, have income other than wages, operate businesses, or who have sold property or investments. OPEN EASTER SUNDAY AT 1:30 P.M. TRADITIONAL EASTER DINING COMPLETE DINNERS from $2.25 274IT W. RcdUnd* Blvd. 792.W51 This Sundoy, March 29th DEUCIOUS- 1«I*SON*ltTH»CIP OPEN 12-5 COMPLETE DINNERS Baked Ham $2.2S Roast Turkey $2.00 Roast Leg of Lamb S2.00 Child's Plato SIJO Top Sirloin $3.2S On 7th Sf. Between State «i RUSTY'S PATIO SHOP For Reservations CAUL 793-5083 I Redlands Blvd. Enjoy A Delightful EASTER DINNER Dine out on Easter SERVING 'TIL 2:30 P. M. It costs only as much or as little as you desire when you dine at a Cafeteria! ! Feafuring: i FRIED CHICKEN, BAKED HAM, PRIME RIB OF BEEF, ROAST TURKEY, ROAST BEEF. A WIDE SELECTION OF VEGETABLES HOME MADE PIES. iWILLARD'S Cafeteria 6 W. STATE REDLANDS AT THE n WILL Bi opiH muR smm TO smE YOU... Easter Dinner SERVED FROM 12 NOON TIL 8:30 P. M. PHONE 794-2656 for RESERVATIONS FAMILY RESTAURANT — "FINE FOOD & SERVICE" 204< MENTONE BLVD. MENTONE 1316 E. ith ST. — BEAUMONT DINNER SERVED 12 NOON FULL 7 COURSE DINNER From $2w FOR RESERVATIONS PHONE 845-9000 SAN GORGONIO INN Famous ... For Ifs Fine Food OPEN DAILY DAILY MENU RELISH BOWL APPETIZERS FRUrr OR SHRIMP COCKTAIL . . . TOMATO JUICE . . . CHICKEN SOUP . . . CHOPPED CHICKEN LIVERS . . . SALAD BOWL ENTREES GROUND ROUND STEAK.. VEAL CUTLET WITH CREAM SAUCE.. ROAST BEEF _. 1.35 1.33 .... 1.35 ._. 1.35 .._ 1.45 .... 1.33 .... 1.35 .... 1.25 RAINBOW TROUT SALMON STEAK HALIBUT STEAK JUMBO FRIED SHRIMP GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN HALF GOLDEN FRIED CHICKEN 1.75 HALF BROILED SPRING CHICKEN 1.75 BROILED FILET MIGNON 1.65 BROILED TOP SIRLOIN STEAK 2.95 BROILED N. y. CUT. 3.25 LOBSTER TAIL 1.95 \'EGETABLE AND POTATOES. HOT BISCUITS. HONEY AND BUTIER. HOT APPLE COBBLER, ICE CREAM. SHERBET. CHILDREN'S DINNERS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO • BANQUETS • RECEPTIONS • SOCIAL EVENTS Specialixing m ell functions . . . th« cteganctt of decor in Qur Banquet Room> make* a beoutiful letting for oH ponies. Whatever your plans .... coll us for porticulars. We have accommodations for up fa 200, Menus for every taste. For Reservations - Caii Banning 849-3412 COCKTAIL LOUNGE Enjoy Your Easter Morning Breakfast Up Where ffie Apples Grow..,OAK GLEN BREAKFAST SERVED 7 A.M. fo II M. FAMOUS KCII DAKR HOUSE IN OAK GLEN-.YUCAIPA SERVING COMPLETE DINNERS -EASTER- HAM — TOP SIRLOIN — T-BONE PRIME RIB OF BEEF — LAMB TROUT — HALIBUT FROG LEGS — SHRIMP — LOBSTER PLUS OUR REGULAR BREAKFAST MENU HOT HOMEMADE CINNAMON ROLLS, FRIED APPLE RINGS, BLUEBERRY MUFFINS AND HOT APPLE PIE RED BARN DINNER HOUSE SPECIAL CORDON BLEU (For Two) .... $6.50 YOUR HOSTS - CLIFF AND MITZIE MARTIN Cdl For Reservations PHONE 797-0640 OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK ENTERTAINMENT THURS., FRI., SAT. t SUN. COCKTAILS — DANCING Oak Glen Road (Betwcm Wilshira Apple Heusa & Los Rios Ranch) Oak GIm, Yucaipa, Calif. DESERT OUTPOST SERVING FROM U NOON UNTIL 10 P. M. CaJtef UtHMf $2.S0 RELISH DISH, SOUP AND SAIAD HAWAIIAN BAKED HAM or ROAST HEN TURKEY WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS CANDIED YAMS - AAASHED POTATOES FRENCHED STRING BEANS HOT ROLLS, BEVERAGE & DESSERT PLUS OUR COMPLETE MENU Home of King Size Cocktails Dine Delightfully in the Most Beautiful, Relaxing Atmosphere Turn off Freeway on Beoumonf Ave.. Drive North 2 Blocks to 7th St. For reservations phone 845-3330 or 845-1188 Your Hosts JACK « RUBY BIRCH Easter DINNER SPECIALS at the PARK-N-EAT RESTAURANT BAKED HAM WITH FRUIT SAUCE OR ROAST YOUNG TOM TURKEY SAGE DRESSING ROAST LEG OF LAMB . . SAGE DRESSING, MINT JELLY ABOVE DINNERS INCLUDE: RELISH DISH, SOUP, SALAD, WHIPPED POTATOES, FRESH BUTTERED VEGETABLES, HOT ROLL & BUTTER, COFFEE OR TEA AND DESSERT, EASTER SUNDAY BREAKFAST 3 FRESH RANCH EGGS, POTATOES BUTTER TOAST AND JELLY . . Open 6 A. M. Easter Sunday Only. 45< PHONE 797-1026 344M YUCAIPA BLVD. YUCAIPA, CALIF. Easter Dinner Specials at the EL RANCHO RELISH TRAY - CHILLED FRUIT CUP OR TOMATO JUICE - CHICKEN A LA REINE SOUP OR TOSSED GREEN SALAD $250 ROAST TOM TURKEY BAKED VIRGINIA HAM SAVORr DRESSING CRANBERRY SAUCE RAISIN SAUCE Pan Fried or Char-Broiled Chicken INCLUDES BEVERAGE AND DESSERT • SNOWflAKE POTATOES OR CANDIED YAAAS • GREEN BEANS . IN BUTHR • HOT ROUS AND BUnER • CHOICE OF APPLE, PUmiN OR HOT MINCE PIE RQAST PRIME RIB of BEEF AU JUS $«%25 TOP SIRLOIN CHAR-BROILED DINNER STEAK < ENTREE INCLUDES SAME AS ABOVE Children Under 12 Years — HAM or TURKEY $1.35 FOR RESERVATIONS CALL 845 1716 SERVING FROM 12 NOON TO 10 P.M. Hwy. 60-70-99 at Beaumont Ave. Beaumont, Calif. ENJOY ICWWIHUI EASTER SUNDAY DINNER AT THE STEAK EATER'S »NN SPECIAL EASTER DINNERS ... DINNERS from $2.75 ROAST VIRGINIA PRIME RIB 0^ BAKED HAM DINNERS SERVED FROM 1 P.M. Phone 792-9052 for Reservations YOUR HOSTS — CARL METZ . . . 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