Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on April 14, 1964 · Page 5
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, April 14, 1964
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Local Notes Buiek Wint Again! It's official, Buick Ukes three out of four classes ia Mobil Economy Run, best of all "8"s. Bert S. HatfieW Buick, between 7th and 8th on E. Redlands Blvd. X R»p»al Ordinance No. 12291 Vote yes. Voter's Committee| against Compulsory Rubbish Collection. x' Rummagt Sal* April 16, 17 and 18 at 102 W. State. Church of Jesus Christ at Latter Day Saints. j Styl* Btatity Salon needs hair stylist Apply in per ion. 418 E. State, 792-4877. X Christian Sciene* Reading Room in Masonic Building, 131 Cajon, open to public Monday througlf Thursday 10-5, Friday] 10-10, Saturday 10-1. x Imperial Custom Drapes Choose from over 3000 fabrics. Call now for a free estimate at home. No obligation. 793-3279. x1 Treasure Tones Paint, Park Freej Shop at Larry's Paint House, Winn Bldg., Colton at Orange We give S.&H. Green stamps! Tolstedt Funeral Funeral services for Mrs Lucy M. Tolstedt were held Monday at 1:00 p.m. from em merson's Redlands Chapel Elder Howard A. Crawford pastor of the Calimesa Seventh Day Adventist church officiated Pallbearers were G e o r g Krug, Birdsall Hodgins, Don SpelUnan and Richard Spillmaa Burial was at Evergreen Cemetery, La Verne, Calif. Emmer-j son Redlands 3Iortuary in charge. City voting steady but not heavy today Election machinery was run' ning smoothly in Redlands at mid-day as a "steady but not heavy" stream of voters were casting ballots to elect two City Councilmcn. A random sampling at noon indicated that polling places The Facts office will be open tonight, starting at 8 p.m., to give information on election results. The phone number is 793-3221. Still In Progress Jo Nann's Sensational Sale Items drastically reduced! New store to be opened soon. Come see us now, at 112 Fifth St. Echo 2 Times Today At 7:14 p.m. today Echo will be east of Redlands, 30 degrees above the horizon and moving southeast. At 9:02 it' will be west, 47 degrees, going southeast Cerwin Services Funeral services for Edwin Eugene Corwin were held Monday afternoon at 2 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortncr Chapel, with Rev. W. John Parker, and Rev. Henry E. Koch officiating. Honorary pallbearers were Homer Williams, Walter Sewell, Harold Vinnedge, Robert Roddick, Kenneth Gibbons, and Fred Barnes. Active pallbearers| were Howard Smith, William Disney, Jr., Howard Stevens, William Hellyer, Homer Emerton, and Ray Lawson. Interment was in Mt. View Cemetary, San Bernardino. Solid fuel missile fired VANDENBERG AFB, CaUf. (UPI) — A Strategic Air Com jnand missile-launching crew Monday fired the 40th Minute man intercontinental ballistic missile from this base. The solid-fueled missile Ihun dered from its 85-foot-deep steel and concrete-fortified silo and jlreaked toward its pre-selected target 5,000 miles away in what was described as a continuing readiness program of, training, BAHG! When you need help put ourselves in your shoes with SawyerXook&Co. REDLANDS, CALIFORNIA hsBTBHK i SuKff Bonis 12 W. State Phone 793-2814 MtiA CASUAITT tmtmmconrMtt ' ' tutt were averaging a 20 per cent voter turnout at that hour. City Clerk Hazel M. Soper was optimistic that voters would not have to battle long lines tJiis evening as the 7 p.m. deadline approaches. A total of 33 consolidated precincts were established for today's election. That is the larg- e'st number of consolidated precincts for any City Council election, she noted. The additional polling places appear to have eliminated the "traffic jams" that hindered balloting in the October, 1963, Prospect Park and School Bonds election for which there were only 11 precincts. A bright, warm Spring day was also encoura^g voters to make the trip to the polls. Although the Facts' mid-day sampling is by no means an accurate gauge, it does indicate that voting activity was gen erally spirited in most areas. At consolidated Precinct 33, which oddly enough is a model home in the President Homes subdivision on Country Club drive a total of 95 voters ofi 352 registered there bad cast their bailot by 1 p.m. for a 27 per cent vote. A 20 per cent vote had been cast at the city's largest polling place — No. 31 at 321 East Mariposa — where 118 citizens had voted of s total 576 registered. However, the smallest vote, 14 per cent, was recorded at the second-largest consolidated precinct which is No. 12 at Crafton School. A total of SO of, 555 voters had voted there. Other samplings showed a 20 per cent vote at the YMCA, a 23 per cent vote at Kingsbury School and a 17 per cent vote at 128 Roosevelt road. Precinct officers have been directed to make a snap tally immediately after the polls close at 7 p.m. The returns are to be telephoned into the City Clerk's office. In addition to electing two City Councilmen from a field of seven candidates, Redland-| ers are voting today on an iu' illative rubbish collection ordinance. At least a few voters have been confused by the wording of the initiative mea sure as it appears on the bal lot, according to reports from the polls. Report cards due Wednesday and Thursday Polls open at UR until 4 p.m. tomorrow Not only is today city elec Uon time, it is also an election day for student body officers at the University of Redlands. Polls were slated to­ mediately following the morU' ing convocation and remain open until 4 p.m. tomorrow. Results will be announced at a rally tomorrow night Sam Brown is unopposed for student body president and Patty Kelly is unopposed for vice president. Steve Parliament is unopposed for speaker of the house. Other candidates are Dick Fisher, Rich HoUoway, Thorn Rhue and Dave Stanley, seeking two Men's representative positions; Jam'e Comm. Bonnie Bias, Jenny King and Margie Payne, seeking like positioni for women. Bill Schoen and Frank Bennett are competing for treasurer while Sally Blackburn and Jan Putnam are vjing for secretary. Tomorrow evening's election result rally will also feature trj'outs for song and yell leader positions for next year. Manuel Lopez passes away Rosary will be recited tomor row evening at 7:30 in the F. Arthur Cortner chapel for Manuel Lopez, 17, a lifetime resi dent of Redlands, who died in Los Angeles yesterday after an illness of several months. Manuel was bom in San Bernardino. He attended Redlands schools where he lived since childhood. His home was at 115 North Church street. He leaves his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Lopez of Redlands; six brothers and sisters, Daniel, Kenneth, Alfred, Martina Sue, Margo and Toni Marie, all of Redlands; his pa temal grandmother, Mrs. Carmen Lopez of East Highlands, and his maternal grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. John P. Gonzales of Bloomington. Requiem Mass will be cele brated Thursday morning at 10 'clock in St. Mary's church with the pastor. Rev, Ricardo Meza, as celebrant Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Business monagemenf course offered An eight-weeics Adult Educa tion class in Small Business Management will be held under the direction of William A. Price, former business consultnat ac cording to Jack Binkley, Coordinator. Small Business Management will meet each Wednesday evening, 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. in Boom 21, starting April 15. Instruction includes how to run and operate a small business for profit Top ics include orgaoiziag, merchan dising, record keeping, pricing, retail buying, promoting sales, credit and budgeting. Class dis cussion will center around prob-] lems of particular concern to, class members. Registration fee for the course is 53.00. Mr. Price received a degree from Chattanooga College in 1922 and has a law degree. He did management consulting from 1043 to 1950. He was formerly a manager for a Construction Council of Contractors. For further information, phone 793-2256. To enlarge Riverside hospital RIVERSIDE (UPI)-A build ing permit has been issued for a $3.3 million six-story addition to the Riverside Commun ity Hospital, it was reported to day. The new wing, due for com pletion within one year, vriU be built by two Pasadena firms, Forrestal-Neal Co. and StoUe, Inc. Citrus Market LOS ANGELES, Apr. 14 (UPI) — Representative prices by size and grade all orange auction markets: S6t 72s 88s First grade 7.73 7.06 6.57 lUs 138s 1i3s First grade 5.21 4.69 4.36 Trend: About unchanged navels. NEW YORK (UPI) - Citrus report: California Navels: 7 cars, low er in spots, especially 113s; half boxes S5.78. Weather Temp. March 14 _ , 76 33 March 15 77 41 -March IB 73 54 March 17 , 82 57 March 18 83 48 .March 19 .. 73 45 March 20 , 78 42 March 21 £3 40 March 22 . 52 40 March 23 47 42 March 24 S3 38 -March 2S . 65 34 March 26 70 38 -March 2T 80 41 March 28 84 44 87 51 March 30 82 47 March 31 ... 58 45 Apra 1 . . - GO 50 AprU 2 . 59 42 April 3 67 38 April 4 . .. 68 40 April S_ S« 48 AprU 6 . 63 40 April 7 - -s 38 April 8 . S3 45 April 9 85 48 April 10 - .. .. 84 47 April 11 72 48 April 12 90 43 April 13 .. 90 SO AprU 14 95 54 lUlRfan 24 Houn Sea- .01 .81 .61 .19 .45 .02 9.00 9.81 10.42 10.61 11.06 U.08 TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances win find a ready market through Classified Ads. N.Y. Stocks NEW YORK (UPI) - Stocks closed witii a small gain today. Polaroid became a market feature late in the sesssion after its president told stockholders at the annual meeting the company would come out with a new camera in the $20 range in about a year. The stock, which had been off around 2, turned around and moved up more than 1. Steels generally were frac tions lower. Ford paced the motors with a gain of around 1 but Chrysler was off a small fraction. Eastman Kodak was up a fraction but Du Font and Union Carbide held close to Monday's closing levels. IBM retreated more than 2 and Motorola advanced around the same amount Minneapolis- Honeywell and Foxboro were pomt-sized gainers. O.ow Jents Stock Averages High Lew Close Chgs. 30 ind 826.63 818.12 822.95 up 1.64 20 rrs 198.06 195.31197.02 up 0.79 15 UtI 139.73 13802 139.03 up 0.43 65 stk 288.18 284.90 286.81 up 0.77 Sales today were about 5.12 million shares compared with 5.33 million shares Monday. IS M«it ActiTt SI.ekf rDaw-Jonra Scrrlce, Cairteiy Ltitcr, KTODI * Co.) 2M E. SUU Valsma Claie Ch .r. Ulse04 Transltron S - <i 167.9W ChrrtKr 4»>i - H 77.le« Eria Lack. S«i + >i 7e.9«a Tax. GaU Silpt. 3*U — 'k S5 ,5M KcraaMs *ob. _ 4>>i .|-l<i etAt* Pan An. Air 76^i -f-lH S7.00* K.C-A. «H — ^ 5:3M Brouwick IKi +Ui *3M>» N.T. Central — S7(i + U 4«,6»« Cont. Air. ItU +Vi 4 S.:M Amcr. Tab. 3<ij 4- H 4t,4»« MaUorr ««• - >i S3.4M Ford 57 +1M S1I,1N Pinaa. K.K. K*i -f- <• S:,SC« Xmx 91 +tM Project Navajo under way by UR students The University of Redlands' comittee on social advancement, formed early this year, has its' current "Project Navajo" underway and hopes for full support, it announced today. The drive will help finance a sanitary sewage system for the Navajo Indians who live near Cbinle. There is a two-fold purpose to the drive, explams William Lange, chairman. First and foremost is to provide funds to help the Indians of Chinle to raise their standard of living. Second it hopes to unite the universityj and the City of Redlands be hind a humanitarian project of{ good will. Funds are being raised through monetary donations, proceeds from benefits of the university's "Fantastic Man' contest now underway on cam pus and contributions from churches, service clubs, other organizations and individuals. Students at Redlands High school have said they will raise S200 for the project which is being conducted in cooperation with the missionary at the reservation near Clunle, Arizona, whose son is a graduate of the University of Redlands. Private contributions may be sent to Rev. George Graham, chaplain at the U. of R. who is serving as consultant-advisor to the Committee on social Advancement. The issuance of report cards for Redlands Senior high school students will be delayed one day and will not be issued until Thursday, April 16, it was announced by Frances Cullen, assistant principal. In other secondary schools, all report cards will be issued at Cope junior high tomorrow and cards will be issued both tomorrow and Thursday to Redlands Junior high students. The Wednesday following the end of a quarter is the normal day for report cards to be issued in the Redlands district but at the high school there is a conflict with a prior assembly program given by students of Cal Poly, Pomona, and with CBL swimming preliminaries which made the change necessary. A special A-B day schedule is used at Cope so that stu dents visit each class on report card day. At Redlands Junior high, cards will be issued over two-aay period so that all classes can be included. At the high school, a eorahJD-] ation day is also utilized in issuance of report cards. Miss Cullen said that high school parents interested in ob- taming additional informafion on student grades or progress may contact the RHS counseling office for appointments. Oral Baker and Mrs. Mabel Sales are senior counselors, Angelo Sisti and Miss Mildred Stevens are junior . counselors and Walt Anderson and Mrs. Marjorie Baldwin are soph counselors. Court orders election San Bernordino moves to bolt from Muni Parrot smuggler nabbed at San Ysidro SAN DIEGO (UPI)-Ray Paul Jones of Santa Ana, today faced charges of smuggling 60 parrots across the international border from Mexico. Jones, 26, was arrested Sun day at the San Ysidro border checkpoint when customs agents found the parrots in a concealed compartment on the vehicle he was driving. Vital Records MARRIAGE LICENSES ISSUED NEELEY-COYLE — Braddiej C. Neeley, 71, and Edna Coyle, 75; both Yucaipa. FIRESTONE-CHILTON - Steven L. Firestone, 21, Calimesa and Karren L. Chilton, 20, Yucaipa. DEATHS SCARES — Died in Newport Beach, Calif., April 13, 1964, Mrs. A. M. (Lucy) Soares, 344 Holmwood drive, Newport Beach, Calif., aged 62 years, native of St. George's Island Azores, and resident of Newport Beach for 12 years, former resident of Redlands for 45 years. Recitation of the Rosary Thursday 7:30 p.m. at Emmerson Redlands Mortuary Chapel Brookside avenue at Center street. Requiem Mass will be cele brated Friday, 9 a.m., in Sacred Heart church. Rev. Henry W. Keane, pastor, officiating Interment in Hillside Memorial Park, Emmerson Redlands Mortuary in charge. BRUNING — Died in Yucaipa Calif., April 13, 1961, Robert Lincohi Bruning, 12339 6th street, Yucaipa, aged New facilities NEW YORK (UPI) —General Dynamics Corp. said Monday it will spend $15 million this year to build new facilities and buy equipment for its five Califor nia divisions. Included will be a $1.9 million engineering building at the Pomona Division. WnXIAH C. MOOB£. Pahlliher. FKANK E. MOORE. Editor. Pabllshed iverr iTcntng (tzetpt Sunday) at Faeti bondlac, 700 Brookside at Ceater, Bfilland^j CalUorxila- FouBdnl October 33. 1890. 74th rear- Eniend as lecond dan matter October 23. 1890. at the Post Office at Redlands, cslUorala. (Oder act of March 3. 187S. SUBSCRlFTIOlr RATE (In AdvjDcei Br Carrier OcIlTerr n«. Maatt 1 I-M rhrea Meatka <.M; Sljt M.aUa _ «JU Oaa Tear If-M Oaa Mntk Oaa Tear _ Br Man Poultry and Eggs LOS ANGELES. April 14 (UPII — EEKS : prices to reUilers f.o.b. to dls. trlbutor plants ldeli\-ered 1 <7 cents hljhcrl: AA extra large 42'i-46^, higher): AA extra large 40<i-44^, A extra large 39^i,-42 >3. AA large 33H-37^, A large 31H-32>i. B large «'i-28'i, AA medium 28'.i-31ii. A medium 28ii-27^i. AA smaU HH- 3S^. A small 20V3-21 >3. Prices to consumers: AA large 45- S3. A large 39-49, AA medium 39-47, A medium 39-44. AA smaU 37-41. A small 37-39. Poultry: Fryers (at ranch) 17-20, roasters (at ranch) 21-2S, light type hens 4-5 »1d. avg, 4,44. hens cross i'3-6 wtd. avg. 5.71; turkeys: fryer roasters 20>i, young hens 23ii-24. 73 years, native of Ohio. Deceased is survived by his wife, Mrs. Slarilee Bruning of Yucaipa, one son, Robert K. Bruning of Mentone, one sister Miss Addie K, Snming. Graveside services will be held Thursday 10 a.m. at the Hillside Memorial Park Cemetery. Mr. Alfred Mischnick, officiating. Interment in Hillside Jlemorial Park. Emmerson Yucaipa Mortuary in charge. LOPEZ — Died in Los Angeles Calif., April 13, 1964, Manuel Lopez, 115 North Church St Redlands, aged 17 years, na live of San Bernardino, Calif., and resident of Redlands for life. Rosary service will be held Wednesday evening at 7:30 o'clock from the F. Arthur Cortner Chapel. Requiem Mass will be Thursday morning at 10 o'clock in St. Mary's church with Rev. Ricardo Meza officiating. Interment will be in Hillside Memorial Park. Grand Jury probe LOS ANGELES (UPI)—A pa rade of possibly as many as 75 witnesses starts testifyfag today before the county Grand Jury investigating charges of police receiving payoffs to protect bookmakers. ACADEMY AWARD WINNER - Sidney Poilier, best ortor. In scene from "Lilies of the Field," starting Wednesday, Fox Redlands Theatre. EASTMAN DDLLOP^ UNION SECDRITIES 4 G). WEMBERS NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE NEW YORK BOSTON PHIWOEIFHIA CHtCAGO Dial Operator (Tell-Frcc) for Zenith 7-SSOO STUART E. POVHER. Manager, RIVERSIDE PLAZA ^^mmmm^^^i^^^m LaS ABgclca - Ssn FraBCisCS ^H^M^M^^HMM Sao Bernardino water forces were hustUng along on the legislative and the court fronts today in their campaign to annex to the Metropolitan Wa ter district and de-annex from the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water district (Muni.) Two things here happening today: 1—In the Fourth District Court of Appeal in San Bemar-| dino this morning, the justices issued a legal document known as a writ of mandamus. It orders the San Bernardino Valley Municipal Water district to call an election to permit voters to decide on the de-anne.xation question. 2—In Sacramento, legislation has been introduced in the Assembly which wouM make de annexation from the San Bernardino district automatic if| voters decide to annex to MWD. In the first instance, the San Bernardino Water Action Council filed petitions with the Muni board requesting a de-annexation election. The board declined. The WAG filed suit to force the issue under the Quimby biU of 1963. Meanwhile, the city has ahready called an elec tion for annexation to MWD. The appellate court decision; did stipulate in effect, however, that the de-annexation of San Bernardino would have no effect on the district's Feather River contract. This had been a concern of Horace Hinckley, Redlands Muni director. HMring April 22 In the second matter, a hearing has been set for Wednes day, April 22, before the Assembly Water committee to consider the amendment. In a special report to the Facts, the Pacific Coast News Service provided the foUowingj information from Sacramento on the new legislation: Assemblyman John P. Quimby, Rialto Democrat, and Senator Eugene Nisbet. Upland Democrat, co-authored the bill which would amend the existing water district act code to allow for annexation by MWD immediately following a successful annexation election in the City of Saa Bernardino. The present law provides that' MWD caimot annex the Gty of j San Bernardino, which represents 40 per cent of the present Sao Bernardino Valley Municipal Water District, without per- ijnission or approval of the Municipal dislirct. The. changes would clear thej way for immediate annexation and would withdraw powerj from the present Municipal district board to block the annexation. Quimby said that he and Senator Nisbet introduced the }eg-j islation at the request of San Bernardino city authorities and that they will welcome a full hearing with both sides giving their opinions. Quimby pointed out that it is part of his job to introduce legislation for the local districts and that he neither favors nor apposes the amendments. A spokesman for the City| said that the withdrawal of San Bernardino would neither increase taxes appreciably in the remainder of the district, nor would it affect construction of of the high line — the East Branch of the California Aqueduct. Could Chang* Plant The opposition forces contend that withdrawal of 40 per cent of the existing Municipal district could change the present plans for the construction of the East Branch of the Feather River Aqueduct by 1972 and may threaten a financial bur den on the other 60 per cent| of the district A spokesman for William E Wame, director of the Department of Water resources, said under present law, if the annexation is successful the City would take with it its 40 per cent entitlement of the Feather River Water as well as the 40 per cent o£ the cost. However, an attorney for the Department of ' Water. Resources, indicates that this is not automatic and must be worked out between the State, MWD and the Municipal water district. He said that it is pos sible for Municipal to re tain part of San Bernardino City's share, but that in all likelihood, the City would take its share with it, if aU three agencies were in agreement. Redlaikis Daily Fatfs Toes^ April Mm -S MENTONE-CRAF^N Mm By GEN SCHMIDT Facts Mentone Correspondent Telephone Redlands 794-1903 Mr. and Mrt. John MeCer mick entertained in their home this past Saturday their nephew and tus family, Mr. and &Irs. Robert Teisinger and Margie from San Clemente. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Saveland spent several days last week in Las Vegas. Mr. and Mrs. John Soring visited in Phoenix, Arizona, for several days last week. They stayed at their daughter and son-in-laws' home, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Shortridge of Phoenix. One of tiie high Ughts that happened during their visit, they all attended the wedding on Saturday of the granddaughter of a former resident of| Redlands the late Clyde Put man. The bride is the daugh ter of Edgar Putman"^and they reside in Tuscon, Arizona. The Serings spent five days in Arizona. Mr. and Mrt. Raymond Nowton from Russelville, Arkansas, visited last week in the home of their neice and nephew Rev. and Mrs. Seth Ghyhy. Atfombly of God Church Nowt This coming Sunday is Na tional Youth Week at the As sembly of God Church and to commemorate this special day the youth of the Church will meet at the church at 8 a.m. and all go out for breakfast. This is on a reservation basis, but in the evening a Youth RaUy will be held at the church beginning at 7 and all youth of Mentone are invited to attend. Speaker for this meeting will be John Voss, Young Adult Sunday school teacher. Now officort for tho Montono Baptist Woman's Missionary Society were installed for the coming year, this past Sunday during the church services, by the Rev. Lawrence Caraway local pastor of the church. Officers installed were. President, Mrs. Leah Reading; Vice Presi dent and Program Chairman, Mrs. Decie Wyper; Vice President of Missions, Mrs. Mer lene Hiatt; Vice President of Christian Service and Social Relations, Mrs. Annette Huffstutler; Chairman of Love Gift, Mrs. Laural Henderson. Chairman of White Cross Jlrs. Helena Mills; Vice dair- man c' Christian Training, Family life. Leadership Ttain- ing, and Publicity, Mrs. Cleo Syler; Chairman of Spiritual Life, Jlrs. Lola Chariton. Chairman of Scholarship, Mrs. Gladys Hovanas; Fellow ship Guild Counselors, Mrs. Rencta Caraway and Mrs. Merlene Hiatt; Secretary of Treasurer, Mrs. Ann Fairbanks, Social Hostess, Mrs. Becky Carlson. Circle Chairman Mrs. Fay Taylor; Assistant Circle Lead ers, Mrs. Helen Repp and Mrs. Helen Mills. A "Fritndly Friday Follow- ship" to strengthen the family emphasize will meet at the Mentone Baptist Church this coming Friday night beginning at 6:30 with a pot luck supper and an evenmg of Evangelism. This is open for members and friends of the church. There will be games for the youngsters. The dinner will be held in the Educational building unit in the dining room. This coming Thursday night tiie Bible Club will meet at the Baptist church at 7 p.m. and also the Adult Bible study Medical board advises delay in mental health SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- San Bernardino, county should not attempt to finance a local mental health program under the state's Shcrt-Doyle Act until a psychiatric unit can b« erected at the County Hospital, the:county's Medical'Advisory Board recommended to the Board of Supervisors this morning. The board heard Uie, same report in a closed meeting held at the county hospital last night The Medical board said it recognized that "our recommendations will not be popular." The five-member board said that the county should apply for federal Hill-Burton funds to help build a pyschiatric and out-patient clinic and that mental cases can continue to be tireated at the county hospitaL When the new clinic is built, then the county should consider Short-Doyle act program, along with possible development of branch psychiatric clinics in far comers of the county. Dr. E. L. Tisinger was chairman of the medical board which also consisted of Dr. M. G. Beaver, Dr. CecU W. Hoff, Dr. J.' Needham Martin and Dr. A. J. Aldarfer. AH are physicians in private practice. Tomorrow deadline for tax returns This may be election day in Redlands, but it's also April 14. That's the day before Uie ISUi. And the 15Ui, ah, yes, Uiat'j the day Uncle Sam Ukes to see all his constituents submit their income tax returns. It's also the day that the state of California likes to get those returns in the mail — with payment Most taxpayers have already turned in their federal income tax money, via the withholding route during the year. But state income tax is another matter. That's stricUy a cash process. This year, taxpayers are reqmred to pay the whole thing at once, no more "installment" payments. Bedlanders who need assistance with their state income tax, can visit the Franchise Tax board office at 1522 "E" street in San Bernardino. The office will be open until 9 p.m. tomorrow evening. The Infernal Revenue office at 568 N. Mountain in San Bernardino will maintain regular 8 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. hours today and tomorrow. Both federal and state officials declare that tax returns postmarked later than midnight tomorrow will be subject to penalty. Facts aassified Ads Can Sell Anything CaU 793-3221 group will meet at that time and the choir will meet at 8| p.m. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or ap pliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. >4nnouneemenf of Funeral Services MRS. JULIANN RACZKOWSKA Rosary 7:30 p.m., Tuesday, at the F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Mass 9:00 a.m., Wednesday, Sacred Heart Church. MANUEL LOPEZ Rosary services 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, at tiie F. Arthur Cortner ChapeL Requiem Mass 10:00 a.m., Thursday, at St Mary's Church. ROY E. EDWARDS Services pending. COKTREK mm Announcemenf of Services MOSS, Mrs. Beatrice 10:00 a.m. Today Yucaipa Chapel LEE, Harry Le Roy 1:30 p.m. Today Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park CHAMBERS, Mrs. Ada C. 2:00 p.m. Today Redlands Chapel BRUNING, Robert L. 10:00 a.m. Thursday Graveside: Hillside Memorial Park SOARES, Mrs. A. M. (Lucy) Rosary: 7:30 p.m. Thursday Redl^s Chapel Requiem Mass: 9:00 a.m. Friday Sacred Heart Church WALDMAN, Joseph J. Services Pendmg Yucaipa Chapel SANDERS, Difant Kelly David Services Pending Redlands Chapel Emmerson Mortuaries and Chapels 7QS MIOOOIDf Ave. 791-344' V

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