Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on July 2, 1963 · Page 6
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, July 2, 1963
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6 - Tuesdsy, July 2, m Redlands Daily facts ME^^TONE-CRAFTQN By ROSEMARY CASSEL Facts Mentone Correspondont Telephone Redlands PY 2-7119 HuHstutlers to Visit Niagara Falls Louis and Annetta Huffstutler and their son, Steve, are planning to leave soon on a vacation trip which wilt take them through Denver and as far east as New Yorlc and the Niagara Falls. This will mark their first trip east, and they plan to go into Canada where they will be camping out. Also on their itinerary will be a visit to the Mount Rushmore Memorial in South Dakota. Baptist Youth Plan Picnic A Fourth of July Picnic at Fairmont Park in Riverside has been planned by the B. Y. F. youth group of the Mentone First Baptist Church. The young people and their advisor, Phil Brittain, will leave the church at 5:30 p.m. Thursday and they plan to stay in Riverside to watch the fireworks later that evening. Schmidts Return From Midwest Vacation Just returning home Sunday afternoon from a 5.000 mile vacation trip were Don and Genevieve Schmidt and their son, Delbert, 2021 Capri avenue. Leaving June 12, they went first to Crcighton, Nebr, where they visited Don's mother, Mrs. Cora Schmidt. They also visited his brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schmidt and Lynn, who live on a farm near Royal. Nebr. Two family reunions were held in their honor during their vacation — one at Clearwater, Nebr., and another at Dow City, Iowa. The Schmidts left Nebraska on Thursday and drove through the Black Hills of South Dakota. After visiting the Mount Rushmore Memorial they left Friday morning and drove through Wyoming and entered the Yellowstone Park at the east entrance. When they woke up Saturday morning there was snow all around, and it continued to snow all day. They watched Old Faithful erupt at noon, and then left and drove south through the Jackson Hole country with its beautiful lakes and mountains, through Idaho, Utah, and after driving all night they arrived home Sunday. They were surprised to find Gen's sister and family, the L. L. Walkers of Ontario, and her father, E. D. Thomas of Mentone, preparing a "welcome home dinner" for them when they arrived home. Sunday School Skating Party Planned The Mentone Congregational Church has planned an all-church Sunday School Skating Party for tomorrow evening. Hugii Johnson, Sunday School Superintendent, has asked that everyone meet at the church at 7:00 p.m. sharp. The Pilgrim Fellowship group has planned a miniature golf party for July 10. .Mr. and Mrs. E, Warne favors expanding North-South aqueduct SACRAME^fTO (UPV -WilUam E. Warne, state director of water resources, Monday proposed a S888 million "positive solution" to the problem created when the Supreme Court awarded Arizona 962,000 acre-feet of Colorado River water previously held by California. The solution, Warne said, was to enlarge the Sl.75-billion state water project by expanding the California North-South Aqueduct, at a cost of $348 million, and developing two additional dams on the Trinity and South Fork Trinity Rivers, for $540 million. Warne spoke to a committee of the California State Chamber of Commerce. He said the court decision was "not a catastrophe for the state, but it presents a challenge." "Fortunately," Warne said, "there is a positive solution for the problem of how water may be obtained to make up California's loss." "There is enough surplus water in California to meet new demands in the southern part of the state that will be created by California's loss of 962,000 acre-feet of Colorado River water," Warne said. He said the two new wafer conservation facilities in northwest- em California could provide a combined annual yield of 1.2 million acre feet of water. And although this would be more than adequate to offset the Colorado River loss, Warne said, "both the physical characteristics of the reservoir sites and the obligation to the development of the counties in which the waters originate argue for construction of added conservation storage." CAPTIVE NATIONS WEEK WASHINGTON (UPI) - Rep. Thomas Pelly, R-Wash., said Monday the Kennedy administration is playing down "Captive Nations Week" July 16-23 because it doesn't want to offend the Russians. He said the State Department is reluctant to issue a statement on the week, which has been designated by Congress for the past four years to call attention to nations under Russian domination. Delay in issuing a statement last year made the observ ance almost completely ineffective, Pelly said. Senator soys Brown trying to panic people SACRAMENTO (UPD-Republi- can Sen. John F. McCarthy has charged Gov. Edmund G. Brown with trying to "panic" the people into pushing for a bigger state budget. McCarthy made the charge Monday in response to Brown's comments in signing a $3.1-bilIion state budget that passed the legislature June 21 after defeat of the governor's tax reform program. Brown termed it an "emergency" budget. "Throughout the past week." McCarthy said, "Governor Brown has issued statements predicting all but bread lines for Californians unless millions more are added to his budget." The San Rafael legislator said BrowTj was attempting to "eclipse" strong opposition to his tax proposals by blaming it on "a handful of Republicans." L. Danielson are the youth advisors. Lanes Now Available Nightly For Open Bowling Reservations taken for all organized groups Special Mixed Bowling Classes Every Monday Night at 8 o'clock Advanced Ladies Class Every Friday Morning at 10 o'clock Ladies FREE Beginner Class Smarts June 12th at 10 A.M. EMPIRE BOWL 640 W. Colton Ave. Phone 793-2525 NEW HOSPITAL EQUIPMENT - Through assistance of a $1,000 donation by the Hospifol Auxiliary, Redlands Community Hospital, has purchased a new Foregger anesthesia apparatus at o total cost of $2,140. The equipment is the latest type in its field. Miss Patricia Bontrager, recovery room nurse, is shown holding the mask of the machine. Oxygen, nitrous oxide and cyciopane gases ore used ond ether, Flu-o-Thane liquids are converted to gos by the mochine. This,is the second Foregger opporatus.fha} the HjOspjtal Auxiliary has assisted in buying, having given a $1,000 donation also for the first machine. In its well equipped surgery the hospital also has three Heidbrink apparatuses. Kennedy in new challenge to de Gaulle (Continued from Page I) (European nations) increasing strength of purpose and moved by their commitment to freedom." He said that "I shall return to Washington newly confirmed in my convictions regarding eight principal propositions." He broke them down as: —"Our Western European Allies are committed to the path of progressive democracy—to social justice and economic reform attained through the free processes of debate and consent." H e said "the more the nations of Western Europe commit themselves to democratic progress in their own countries, the more likely they are to cooperate sm- cerely in the construction of the emerging European community." ".. .Can Take Heart" —"Our Western allies are determined to maintain and coordinate their military strength in cooperation with my own nation." He said "we can take heart" from NATO's accomplishments but "we have much still to do." —"The purpose of our partnership in peace... we do not believe that war is unavoidable or ithat negotiations are inherently imdesirable. We do believe that and end to the a.'-ms race is in the interest of all and that we can move toward the end with injury to none." —"The economic institutions and support of Western European unity are founded on the principles of cooperation, not isolation, on expansion, not restriction." —".N'ations united in freedom are better able to build their economies than those that are repressed by tyranny." —"The people of Western Europe are moved by a strong and irresistible desire for unity. Whatever path is chosen, whatever delays or obstacles are encountered, that movement will go forward." Allies Tightly Bound —"The United States and Western Europe are tightly bound by shared goals and mutual respect. On both sides of the Atlantic, trade barriers are being reduced, military cooperation is increasing, and the cause of Atlantic unity is being promoted." —"The central moving force of Old commuter honored CHICAGO (UPD - On July t, 1895, Arthur Higgs, then 14, boarded a Burlington Line train and rode to the Loop to his job as a messenger. Monday, Higgs. now 82 and a bookkeeping clerk, was rewarded for 68 years of faithful patronage. When he boarded the train, orange juice and coffee were served to him, and a special ban ner announced the occasion. our great adventure is enduring mutual trust. I came to Europe to reassert ... that the American commitment to the freejom of Europe is reliable ..." Kennedy concluded that "by building Western unity, we are ending the sources of discord that have so often produced war in the past—and we are strengthening the ties of solidarity that can deter further wars in the future." Who Hai 0 BJrf/ii/oy JULY 3 Jim Gardner Elbtrt Lopp Saltetn Farag Mike Dykstra Julius Popp Richard Dibble James Pepper Howard J. Naylor W. L. Gill Allen Cole Robert Behren Joe Kendall Doug White Robert Winslow Jerry Daniels Howard T. Wogcn Robert ft Richard Shahr Happy Birttiday from 11 E. Staf* Ph. PY 3-2S0S HALT ENGINE WEAR! There 's a remarkable new ashless detergent in RPM deposit-free Motor Oils. It keeps combustion chambers clean and engine parts so free of sludge you can get thousands of extra miles from the engines in your farm equipment. You'll find exactly, what you need with "RPM"—the only complete line of deposit-tree motor oils. RPM Supreme — an all-season, muitigrade motor oil that can save up to 15% in gas. RPMSpedai —the only single grade, deposit-free motor oil available. For any Standard Oil product, call JAMES T. REEDY 920 Oritntal Ave. Redlands 792-1645 '",y,':'^i"'A"iJ '. GORDON A. BLUNDEN, PRESIDENT, PROVIDENT FEDERAL SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION We're Growing.. Who's Interested Besides Mef Should the rapid growth of Provident Federal Savings be of interest to you personally? We honestly believe it should ... for several reasons. First of all, our growth is a real reflection of the Inland Empire's expanding vigor and vitality. And this economic growth is of personal concern to every responsible member of the community. Secondly: We have growTi because thousands of your friends and neighbors have entrusted their savings to our care. We, in turn, use that money to finance selected building development in the community. So your savings account at Provident Federal has actually contributed directly to the expansion and prosperity of the community. 13 a This is Provident Federal's new, modem, three-stoty building in Rwerside's Magnolia Center. In addition, our growth and proven sound management permit us to pay otir savers a coitsistently high rate of in- tcrjsi. Our current annual rate on insured savings of 4.8% :ood indication. If you haven't, as yet, opened your insured savings account at PROVIDENT FEDERAL, come in right away. Become an active part of this progress and growth which we share with the community. And, while you're doing it, discover how fast your savings can grow at PROVIDENT FEDERAL SAVINGS. Accounts are fully insured to $10,000 by an agency of the U.S. Government, Accounts opened by the 10th of the month earn from the IsL PROVIDENT FEDERAL 48^ SAVINGS AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Current Annual Rate Paid Quarterly Redlands Office: State & Orange Streets, PYramid 3-2992 - NEW- HEAD OFFICE: 3756 Central Ave,. Riverside, OVerland 6-6060 Downtown Riverside Office: 3643 Eighth Street, OVerland 6-6060 Cordon A. Blundm. President FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE, AIL PROVIDENT FEDERAL OFFICES WILL BE OPEN SATURDAY, JULY 6, FROM 9-.00 A.M. TO 12 NOON

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