Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 5, 1965 · Page 6
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Wed., May 5, 1965 Redlands Daily Pacts Hardy charges 'snow job' in Aerospace probe (Continued from Page 1) er Rep. Otis G. Pike, D-N.Y.. brouglit out that Ducas had recommended that Aerospace Corp. and Air Force officials stress the company's accomplish ments in the development of the Titan 3 missile when hailed be fore the subcommittee. The house group is exploring charges of waste and questionable spending by the company set up by the Air Force in 1960 to help plan and run the nation's missile and space programs. After reading the pubhc relations man's recommendation that the Titan 3 be stressed, Pike noted that Air Force Secretary Eugene W. Zuckert had made much of that very point in earlier testimony. Gen. Bernard A. Schriever, commander of the Air Force Systems Command, also singled out the corporation's work on the Titan 3 for special praise in a prepared statement presented after Hardy dismissed Ducas. "Today, Titan 3 is on schedule, respecting both time and cost." Schriever said. "The true value of the painstaking and in tensive technical efforts of the Aerospace Corporation cannot be calculated." Schriever denied under ques- By Dick Turner ANGLO - AMERICAN UNION - Lord Charles Spencer Churchill, younger son of the Duke of Marlborough, and I Miss Gillian Spreckles Fuller of Texas announced their engagement at Blenheim Palace. (NEA Radio-Telephoto) "Last one in the shower gets the cold water detergenti" lioning that the Air Force had approved the company's heavy spending on public relations activities and in high entertainment costs for executives. "In the final analysis, how­ ever, the technical contributions of the Aerospace Corporation have far outweighed the dollars we have invested," he said. "I have faith in the demonstrated ability of this corporation." Killed in plunge BIG SUR (UPD—Helen Irwin, 39, believed to be from the Los .'Vngeles Area, was killed Tuesday when her car plunged over a 250-foot cliff on California 1 four miles south of here. Two passengers, Dmonic Pez- zulo, 22, of Philadelphia, Pa., and Larry J. Boggs, 28. of Cn- vina, were injured. Both men were thrown from the car. The California Highway Patrol said the woman's ideniifica- tion showed only that she was from the Los .Angeles area. WATER SAVER — "University of California turf expert Wayne Morgan (right) checks operation of water saving device of typo widely used by Riverside's Victoria Club golf course. With him is Victoria course superintendent Rod Barker. Called a fensiometer, the device measures wetness of soil, shows when irrigation is needed. Victoria and other Southland water users have cut water consumption by 42,000,000 gallons a year through use of tensiometers. Tells when water needed Device cufs wafer use by qolf courses^ p^rks LOS ANGELES — Millions of gallons of Southland water are being saved each month by some of its biggest users. A survey by Los Angeles County Farm Advisor Wayne Morgan has shown that several golf courses, pai-ks, howling greens and cemeteries have reduced their water consumption SO per cent or more in the last two to three years. Morgan estimated the total saving at 3,500,000 gallons a down 79 per cent. Fox Hills'; Country Club (Culver city ):i down 50 per cent. i Los Angeles City Schools rcg-i istered a 33 per cent saving in water after tensiometers were installed. ; Santa Anita Golf Course (Ar-j cadia) saved $5,000 a year through tensiometers combined with improved sprinklers and aerification of turf (removing plugs of soil from the ground to allow air and water in), month, or 42.000,000 gallons al "^^^ f''/ "[ Ha«-thorne previ- year _ enough to supply t h el^^'V^^lf"L"'"' ""'"i domestic and industrial needs ofJ sf^et. Hanthorne boulevard. once a week. Now, with tensio-: 1,000 people for a year. How was this accomplished? By installing tensiometers, Morgan said. Tensiometers arc relatively new instruments which, when inserted in the ground, tell whether plants need water. Sometimes the instruments are hooked into and conirol an automatic watering system. The tensiometcr is a closed tube filled with water. On its lower tip is a piece of ceramic with a porous wall. At its top is a guage. As soil dries, it sucks water through the ceramic tip. This creates a partial vacuum inside the tensiometcr. The gauge registers this "soil suction" and tells the relative wetness of the soil. Morgan, a turf expert in the University of California Agricultural Extension Ser\ice, ha.", supervised installation of tensio­ meters on five golf courses, four meters, the city waters only once a month, using about one- fourth as much water. Similar savings are being registered in Riverside by Victoria Golf Course and several large apartment units, Morgan said. Superintendent Rod Barker said i Victoria saved S1.500 last year' and S1.200 in 1963. (Morgan isj doing graduate study at UC Riverside while on sabbatical leave.) Redlands Camera Club has been notified of its continuance in first place with the most points in the Phuto.^raphic Soci- ctv of .-^mcricci's National Pictorial Competitions. \ .Inscph S. Prcndcrgast's slide, j meters un ..v.; • '"".i -Birch Trees", and Forrest Pal- 'bowlmg greens, two p.iiKs ^nd, ..<;„,,;„„.,,.,,,i-," cemeteries in Los An- < '"^^ three geles county. In most cases he was able to check watering records after thc!-"^' inexpensive ($10-20) instruments O'-' were installed. Here are some results he found: Holmby Park Bowling Green (West Los Angeles): water use down 50 per rent after tensio- meter installation. DeauviUe Country Club (Tarzana): water use reduced 40 per cent. A section of the UCL.A campus: water down 57 per cent. Whittier Narrows Golt Course (South San Gabriel): water m Has a Sparrowhauks". eac won an honorable mention for the club in the last P.S.A. color; slide contest. Three members ho arc now eligible to compete in the P.S..\. Award Winners Contest are .-Xudry Hendry, .Mary Rabc and Forrest Palmer. .•\t this week's evening meet-i ing in the school board room, I Avt Miller received an honor-j able mention in the competition of the Wind and Sun Council's Traveling Black and White Print Salon, Miss Louise H. Coleman of Portland, Ore., was a guest. Re-j freshments were served by Mr and Mrs. Wilburn Young. Open Sub.icct competition is' announced as the program for the next meeting. May 17. All members and friends are invited. Tim Nicholson Edward W. McAdams Charles O. Pierpoint Philip Boesa Edward Schnitzer Edward Smith Joe Waite Russell Ericks Glenn Danielson Anthony Carrick Rex Brady Doug Dorman Dr. George Armacost Rick Van Wieren Hippy Birthday from U E. State Ph. PY 3-2iOS to please any cai special blend kidney 'n meat liver 'n meat chicken 'n meat meaty mix tuna Happy ?V C'S RIMINBEFFLIVO :GRAIN-FED - STEER BEEF Day ^(t^ued: ROA L8W IN PRICE! 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