6 - Monday, July 1, 1963 Redlands Daily Facts NEW PARK SITE — A woman and her son wafch as the San Bernardino-Riverside Chapter of the Engineering and Grading Contractors Association take on the Herculean task of grading the nine-acre fish pond park in Reservoir Canyon on Saturday. The city's covered reservoir is in background. Toll trees surrounding the canyon give the new park a beautiful setting. Area shown in this photo will be developed for recreation and parking. (Daily Facts photo by Ron Kibby) Rivers turned into sewers says Udall WASHINGTON (UPI) - Interior Secretary Stewart L. Udall said Sunday that the nation's water conservation problem is becoming increasingly serious because rivers have been turned into sewers. Udall said on a radio-television program that increased industrialization coupled with expanding population had made water "one of the really serious natural resource problems" of the United States. Tenor throws temper tant LE..\MINGTON, England (UPI) —A judge at a music festival here last weekend gave each competitor a note with his opinion of his singing at the end of his performance. One singer gave it right back. Bob U'elford. a 28-year-old tenor, took his note, scanned it, then tore it to pieces, and threw it in the judge's face. Cats get fortune CAUGHT ON FILM FALUOVTH, England (VPV- Falmouth Boys Grammar School j officials said today 15-year-old' Douglas Kain would be chastised for spoiling a class photograph by blowing "the biggest bubble of my life" just as the camera clicked. ABERDARON, Wales (UPI) Miss Ada Tilley, 81, left aU but $140 of her $182,000 estate for the treatment of sick cats, her will revealed Sunday. "I feel very hurt," said Mrs. Tilley's niece, Mrs. Doris Williams, who cared for her aunt for tlie last eight years of her life, but was cut out of the will. Get an HFC Traveloan Wishing won't take you places... but an HFC Traveloan wi|i! 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Atmosphere Warms Up But the atmosphere warmed up when Kennedy emerged from the presidential palace after more than two hours of talks. In the square outside the palace an enthusiastic crowd of several hundred persons tried to rush for ward to greet the President. They were held back by police and scuffles ensued. The noise of the scuffles was drowned out by cheering and the high spirits of the crowd. As the presidential bubble-top car moved along Rome streets from the palace with its top down crowds were lined four and five deep at intersections. "Slohg the Via Sistina, a fashionable shopping street, many per- soijs — both customers and shop- keepws — rushed outdoors to cheer. A number of women ran into the street from beauty parlors, white cloths still draped over their shoulders. Crowd Thins Out Once the motorcade bad passed by the top of the famed Spanish steps the crowd thinned, and in the cool, tree-shaded Borghese gardens there were only a few strollers. Kennedy was welcomed at the airport in 90-degree heat by President Segni as a company of Italian air force troops with a 40- piece band played the U. S. and Italian national anthems. From the airport Kennedy drove into Rome to the Quirinale palace for important defense strategy talks with Segni and Premier Giovanni Leone, Italy's stopgap government leader. The heat and traditional Roman indifference to visiting dignitaries may have contributed to the morning's slim crowds. Press secretary Salinger said Kennedy and Segni met alone, e.x- Your feet and you Podiatry and the Podiatrist- Foot Specialist is rapidly becoming known to the public as the newest branch of the medical specialities. The conception that the public has had in the past that you must live with your foot problems is no longer true. It is now possible for pain, discomfort and deformity of the feet to be alleviated or completely corrected. Due to the complexity of the human iMXiy and the rapid ad- advances in the treatment of its ills, specialization has become a necessity. As a result we now have doctors specializing in the field of skin ailments, female disorders, child care, bone and joint diseases, nervous system disorders, internal medicine, foot disorders, etc. The Podiatrist has received sue years of specialized training, and is the only branch of medicine that is trained and licensed to treat only the feeL Occasionally foot symptoms are a result of a disorder originating in another part of the body. The Podiatrist is trained to recognize these symptoms and immediately refers the patient to his family physician for examination and proper treatment. Your feet are a very important part of your body and must last you a lifetime. Give them the same professional examination and treatment that you regularly give your teeth, eyes and other parts of your body and they will serve you a lifetime. This has btim presenttd by the California Pediatry Association as a public service. (Adv.) cept for interpreters for almost an hour. In an adjoining room, simultaneously, other U. S. and Italian officials held talks. The participants included U. S. Secretary of State Dean Rusk, Premier Leone and Foreign Minister Attilio Piccone. When the two presidents ended their private talk, they called in Rusk, Leone and other top offi. cials from both sides for a larger group meeting that lasted until 1:15 p.m. Kennedy, who will meet Pope Paul Tuesday, decided to spend Sunday night at a resort villa in Bellagio, near .Alilan. on his way from Britain, to avoid any conflict with the new pontiffs coronation at the Vatican Sunday, BUSY AS BEAVERS - An estimated S2 million worth of heavy grading equipment went to work in carving out two large ponds of Redlands' Reservoir Canyon park over the weekend Equipment in f^'cground works on lower pond while other graders prepare upper pond. Picnic area is planned for hill in background where truck is parked. Public fishing will be permitted in the two ponds. (Daily Facts photo by Ron Kibby) Actress weds in Las Vegas L.-\S VEG,\S, Nev. (UPD-Ac- tress Jo Morrow, 23, and Jackie Barnett, 42, a songwriter for Jimmy Durante, exchanged marital vows Sunday night in the Gold Room of the Flamingo Hotel. The ceremony was performed by Cantor Joseph Cohen of the Las Vegas Jewish Community Center. Durante was best man and Marie Gomez, a friend of the bride, was maid of honor. H & A AUTOMOTIVE Specializing In Any and All Makes of Automatic Transmissions Complete Broke & Tune-Up Service ALL WORK GUARANTEED 625 WEST COLTON AVE., DEDUNDS 793-5118 Ray H. Nielsen, M. D. Announces The Association of Bruce B. Brauston, M. D. 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