Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 3, 1965 · Page 5
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 5

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Supervisors get phones in cars in new network SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) — Telephones have now been installed in the cars of members D £ the County Board of Supervisors, as a step in a communications program that will have many county cars in constant touch with a central point in the county seal. Installation of the equipment in Supervisors' cars and the central panel in their office on the fifth floor of the courthouse annex means a total cost of about $5,100, hut halt of this will be defrayed by a contribution from tlie federal government. The air pollution control office Is operating on the same system now, and future connections will put the planning and building and safety departments and the| coroner's and surveyor's officej into the program. The expense of these additions will be $750 per car units, of which half will also come from the federal government. The Supervisors' telephones were provided for in 1964-65 budget. Until now, only the chairman's car has had a telephone, but this was not hooked up with any unit right in the the Supervisors' office. The communications system is being installed under the direc tion of William Westhoff, the retired captain in the U. S. Navy recently hired by the county as communications officer. Establishment of a micro wave system is planned later, to give the cars covered in the new system a county-wide contact with the county seat. At present, there are areas in the county that cannot be reached from San Bernardino. 4pp/fcoffOfi being taken for service academies Applications for nominations to' one of the four United States' service academies have been! called for by U. S. Sen. Thomas; H. Kuche! arid Rep. Ken W. Dyal. The legislators recommenda- i tions for admission to the U.S. Military, Naval, Air Force and; Merchant Marine academies wiUi be made on the basis of Civil! Service examinations scheduled for July 12. Both Kuchel and Dyal urged young men who will be between 17 and 22 in the fall of 1966 and About People Mary B. (Polly) Surr, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John B.i Surr, 6 East Sunset drive, was' among Beloit College seniors | who received degrees at recent! commencement exercises. While j at Beloit, Polly was a member| of Theta Pi Gamma sorority. Union Board and Dorm Council. She received her B.A. in elementary education. Redlands Daily Facts Monday, May 3, 1965 -5 who are interested in taking the examination to write to them. The applicant's letter must include his name in full, date and place of birth, and legal residence. June 11 is the deadline for writing to Rep. Dyal while Sen Kuchel's deadlme is June 21. Sen. Kuchel added that there is no opening available to him in 1965 at the U. S. Naval Academy. Two students medallions get Redlands High School students Lynda K. Davies and Brian C. Getty were among 47 youngsters, outstanding in science and mathematics, to recieve medals of honor from the Inland Industry-Education Council. The medallions were handed out at a recent recognition dinner in Rialto. The program was part of the Council's efforts to promote good scholarship. sale! boys' sport shirts 3/5.00 Terrific short sleeve sport shirts... oil new, fresh prints, colorful ploids and smart stripes in quality fabrics. Cottons or Dacron® polyester-ond-cotton with regulor or button-down collars, sizes 6 to 18. Reg. 2.98. Boys'Shop our top 3 bed pillows anniversary priced! Speciol... our top 3 pillows for comfort and quality, granada ... our very best imported 100% white goose down ... super plump, finished 21/27. Reg. 18.98. Now 12.00 each, beverly ...medium plump imported 100% white goose down ... finished 20/26. Reg. 12.98. Now on special 9.00 each. ... 100% virgin DuPont Docron® polyester filled pillow. Corded polished cotton ticking, finished sizes 20/26. Reg*. 5.^8 each. Now 2 for 7.00! Bedding OUR VERY GREATEST • OUR VERY GREATEST « OUR VERY GR 60th Anniversary Sale ICTES^TORVER^REATESTVOUR VERY GREATEST >OUR V custom draperies tailored in our workroom . , . sale priced Q^f Save Vi on materials and workmanship during this great event. A fabulous assortment of luxurious fabrics in a terrific selection of colors... greens, earthtones, linen look, rich golds ond many more. Bring in your window measurements, we'll help you select the correct fabric, pattern and color to enhance any room. Slight additional charge for lined draperies. special! girdles 3 .88 and 5.88 Pull-on girdles ond ponty styles from 0 famous manufacturer. Reg. 5.95/ 7.95, now 3.88; reg. 6,95-10.95, now 4.88. famous name bras 1o88 and 2.88 Bros regulorly 2.50/3.95 . ., now];; 1.88. Also sleep bras C-D cups, reg. 5.00, now 1.88. Bras reg. 3.95/5.00, now 2.88. Foundations NOW SHOP HARRIS' MONDAY AND FRIDAY 9:30 A.M. TO 9 P.M. - OTHER DAYS 9:30 A.M. TO 5:30

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