H S Hoetz Banning Tunnel work story San Berdo Sun 01-31-1934

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H S Hoetz Banning Tunnel work story San Berdo Sun 01-31-1934 - TINEL M IS TiEiTEflED IT LEGAL STEP Banning...
TINEL M IS TiEiTEflED IT LEGAL STEP Banning People Show Interest In Outcome of Injunction Action Now Pending (Special Staff Correspondence) BANNING, Jan. 30. Asserting that their water supply is to be jeopardized by the boring of the San Jacinto tunnel of the Metropolitan Metropolitan water district, owners of the San Jacinto Mountain club, located at the former Poppett ranch in the hills south of Banning, have petitioned petitioned the superior court for an injunction injunction to halt construction. The petition asks a temporary restraining restraining order pending a trial of an action to determine whether the digging of the tunnel will disturb the underground water channels which are said to feed the wells on this property. At the hearing the court would decide whether there are grounds for the temporary injunction suspending suspending the work until a final trial of the action. H. S. Goetz is manager manager of the San Jacinto Mountain club and former Mayor George E. Cryer of Los Angeles is a director. At the legion meeting on Thursday Thursday night it is expected that a unit of the Sons of the Legion will be effected. All Banning legionnaires are asked to be present and to bring their sons with them. VISIT ENGINEER Former Gov. C. C. Moore of Idaho and A, A. Richards of Pasadena, who was formerly a member of the Idaho State legislature, called upon J. B. Bond in Banning recently. Mr. Bond, who is chief engineer of the Metropolitan water district in this section, served many years with the U. S. Reclamation projects projects in Idaho. The visitors made a leisurely visit through the San Gorgonio pass, including including Palm Springs, here Mr. Richards' daughter, Mi , Julia Richards, Richards, is connected w; ' the grammar grammar school. v The play off of the American Legion Legion bridge .tournaments was held Monday nignt at the- the- legion clubhouse. clubhouse. Winners of the c--ceding c--ceding c--ceding c--ceding eve- eve- nings of play Uc testing for honors were At. an: Jars. Harry TTiint Mr .r.A Mr, T-Pnsrdon T-Pnsrdon T-Pnsrdon Pone. Mr 'nrt Vr r..r, Hooner. Mrs. Carl P-t-k' P-t-k' P-t-k' P-t-k' P-t-k' vr hnl T. J. Cutler, Mrs. Edwai, Htrrmerling Pr.d Miss TVcima I'.i'.T.xe, and Mrs. Hughes f.rd Mis? "arjorie Gates. . puplicnty bridge was played, , ' ; .l-,ree .l-,ree .l-,ree tiibles of eight boards Finai winners were Mrs. j'arkow and Mr. Cutler for East and West, and Mrs. Hughes and Miss Gates for North and South. At the otner tables in play J. G. Gil-mrai Gil-mrai Gil-mrai and Harold Ellis took the prizes for the evening's high score, and Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Stumpf were second. Delicious sandwiches and coffee were served at the close of the evening. The fourth grades of the Ban-j Ban-j Ban-j ning grammar school closed their j study of California with a pageant ! given at the auditorium, with the ! grades from third to eighth as j spectators. The first five episodes j were staged by Miss iueiznes pupils pupils and Miss Leach's staged the last five. In thtir rooms the pupils placed exhibits of books made and art work hinging on their study. In Miss Rietzke's room a study of the j counties of California was maae. The children wrote to the chambers of commerce of various counties and received a wealth of material upon which to base their displays. Muriel McCann, with her display of Ventura county; L. J. Pounds and Mirliene Vaughn, who arranged arranged the Santa Clara county exhibit, exhibit, and Doris May Johaming-micc, Johaming-micc, Johaming-micc, with Humboldt county, re-teived re-teived re-teived high scores from the judges, and Walter Roach, with San Francisco Francisco county, and Bebe Daniels, with Tahoe, were given second hon- hon- MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED At the high school assembly on Monday the marriage of R. R. Keith of the faculty to Miss Hazel Zumbro of Riverside was announced. announced. The wedding took place In Santa Ana on Jan. 27. Following in enthusiastic reception, Mr. and Mrs. Keith "treated" the student body. Mr. Keith has been in charge of the shop work here for a number of years and is popular among the students. Mrs. Keith is a member a well-known well-known well-known Riverside family and will be welcomed by Mr. Keith's many friends here. The funeral of William L. Priv-ette, Priv-ette, Priv-ette, brother of A. E. Privette and Mrs. B. B. Edmonds of Eanning, was held Sunday at the Wiefels Mortuary chapel, with Rev. L E. Warren officiating. Mr. Privette had lived here only a short time. Interment Interment took place in Sunnyslope cemetery. Dr. and Mrs. Leonard Wood are parents of a daughter, born at Long Beach Community hospital on Saturday. This is the second daughter in their family. Mrs. R. L Wentworth has sent word from Albuquerque of the arrival arrival of a daughter at the home of and Mrs. Kenneth Wentworth. Wentworth will spend several weeks at her son's home before returning returning to Banning. Walter E. Morrill and George Nelson, both Bqueduct employes, were hurt Sunday when their car rranhed into a truck near Cabazon. They were brought to the Banning hospital. Nelson, the more severely Injured, was later removed to the hospital at Berdoo camp. Banning people attending a joint nuwting of the pass service clubs Henumont on Friday night were Mestrs. and. Mesdauies J. M. Wes- Wes- j . I 12-hour of tn Curry and are and

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  1. The San Bernardino County Sun,
  2. 31 Jan 1934, Wed,
  3. Page 10

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