Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on May 6, 1965 · Page 8
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Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California · Page 8

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B — Thursday, May 6, 1965 Redlands Daily Facts Supervisors aufhorfze Loma Linda sewer bids SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Calling of bids for construction of a sewer outfall line to connect the Loma Linda system with the San Bernardino sewage disposal plant was authorized Monday by the County Board of Supervisors. C. W. McCoUough, public work department chief, said his department estimated the project should cost 5477,000. He added that more than two miles of lone are to be laid. This will be made up of 4,400 feet of 30 inch Four units now included in new tax Persons who rent four or more "living quarters" in Redlands are now subject to city business license requirements. An ordinance applying the apartment house tax to o\vners of four or more rental units— whether or not all of the units are located on the same property—was formally adopted by the City Council on Tuesday. City Treasurer Marion Poyzer initiated the apartment house tax in January, but at that time it applied to five or more units. The Council later decided to broaden the tax to include four units. The license tax fee is based on the gross business receipts of the previous calendar year. line, 2,500 feet of 24 inch line and 7.300 feet of 21-inch line. McCoUough told Supervisors the outfall is being financed by the sale of bonds, funds on hand and donations from Loma Linda University, and from the federal government. To come later, the county official said, will be interceptor lines in the Loma Linda area, some replacing old lines and others providing service to new subdivision. The whole project will cost more than S800.00, and the existing Loma Linda treatment plant will be by-passed. In another action involving expansion of the Loma Linda system, the Supervisors approve a "revocable license" to allow the outfall line to cross the Gage Canal right of way. Supervisors also approved the annexation of eight lots south of Placid way to the Loma Linda Sanitation District. It was stated that the area is surrounded on three sides by the district. Applicants for the annexation were Loma Linda University and E. J. Miller. Motel credit plan approved Two nation-wide companies have joined hands in a service to the motoring public. An agreement between the American Oil Company and Western Motels, Inc., operator of the Best Western / Best Eastern Motel Association, provides that American Oil and Standard Oil Company of Indiana credit cards may be honored for room, food and related charges at association motels effective June 1, 1965. The agreement was announced Yucaipa schools fo hold first festival of music BIBLE DISTRIBUTION Yucaipa's first elementary and junior hgih school music festival will be held at 7 p.m. May 14 in the Yucaipa High School gymnasium, it was announced today. More than 300 students will participate in the event. Choruses, bands and orchestras from the Yucaipa, Dunlap and Calimesa elementary school and Yucaipa Junior High will perform. Each group will perform first bling Tumbleweeds." "This Is My Country," and "Battle Hymn of the Republic." The Yucaipa junior high band will perform under the baton of Robert Carter. Other participating teachers will be Mrs. Dorothy Wallis of CaHmesa and Mrs. Ruth Dickey of Dunlap. j The program will be open to the public and free of charge, according to the announcement. jointly by F. Cushing Smith of j under the direction if its own Chicago, executive vice presi-'leader and then will combine in NEW YORK (UPIl — Re-i dent of .American Oil, and M. K. Guertin of Long Beach, founder and executive secretary of Western Motels, Inc. Both hailed the agreement as "a major step forward in the promotion of convenient travel in the United States." More than 28,000 service stations coast to coast handle the products of -American Oil, which has more than six million credit cards in circulation. The Best Western/Best Eastern association has more than 900 member motels across the nation and in Canada, with a total !of nearly 55,000 rooms. Motels several massed numbers. Earle Abbott of Yucaipa Elementary will direct the combined choruses in the singing of "Tum- Protecfive Tariff The second Act of Congress was enactment of the first protective tariff. The Act was signed by President Washington on July 4, 1789. gional distribution by the American Bible Society of Bibles, testaments, portions and selections of the Holy Scriptures in the United States in 1963 was 6,100,000 in Western and Pacific area; 5,400,000 in Eastern Area, and 4,600,000 m Central Area, the Society said in a recent report. jare independently owned and maintain high standards of service, facilities, and cleanliness to qualify for membership, Guertin said. Facts Classified Ads Can Sell Anything Call 793-3221 Fantastic! the big Mercury-Comet Leadership Days Celebration Sale Your Deal! Your Terms! on any 1965 Comet or Mercuiy NOW JIM GLAZE. INC. 420 WEST REDLANDS BLVD. REDLANDS NEW STAR - Brig. Gen. William L. Hamrick, deputy commander of the San Bernardino Air Materiel Area at Norton AFB, and proudly wearing his new silver star, cuts the little party cake which his office staff "cooked up" to celebrate his promotion lost week. Mrs. Hamrick beams on with pride. General Hamrick received notification last week that the United States Senate had approved President Johnson's nomination that he be promoted to flag rank. Church to hear chorus An evening of music and narration by the Male Chorus under the direction of Dr. Bo Ying Wat, director of the Pathology department at Loma Linda University, will be presented tomorrow 7:30, at the Redlands Scventhday Adventist church. During the worship hour on Saturday. Pastor B. L. Hassenpllug will conduct a Baby Ded­ ication and will speak on "The Cost of a Christian Home." A goal of $300,000 has been set for the international offering Saturday for Disaster and Famine Relief. Following the morning service, a p o t 1 u c k dinner honoring Mother's Day, will be held in Sylvan Park. The men are to prepare some special dish or treat for the women. You're So Right... Gordon's lias the Ideal Gift for Mother! HAMlBroN ELECTIUG a\Rvi\(i Sliiii- easj'-to'-gnp!''iiandle, con-- yenient••%rf)ff ^fturnlf .button. 'Frecisio^n -grDlind \tainless;iteel .'4 . blades, never; need stiifjening.^;^ iletachabfe -cord; Built-in' Just Say "CHARGE IT.' 5 YEAR GUARANTIE ^M ^^MPAC ^IZr) IWIimB^I^OOElGHT PORTABLE HAIR DRYER - $2988 Just Say "CHARGE if" DIAMOND MERCHANTS OF AMERICA J E W E L E R S FOUW OOWDOi<-» «TOHB» TO KgWV» VOU In RedlonJs: 20 EAST STATE ST. In Ri»eriid»: 3940 MAIN STREET In Onlnrio: ONTARIO PLAZA SHOPPING CTR. Ill $011 BtnwnTnKi: 306 E. STREET Open Mon. end Fri. Nights 'til 9 Safety is many things, s It is an emergency brake on a steep hiTI. a It is a face mask in a football game, a It is a life preserver in a boat I It is also Provident Federal Savings, B With a savings account at Provident Federal you know that your funds are safe... very safe .s Because they are insured to $10,000 by the F.S.L.I.C., a permanent agency of the United States Government, B Yours funds are also protected by the knowledgeand experienceof our local Board of Directors ... seven community leaders who know the needs of our community, and the importance of safety in handling your funds, a Safety is a wonderful thing... it's a thing called Provident Federal Savings. CURRENT ANNUAL RATE '^MW EARNINGS PAID QUARTERLY Earn 4.89% annually when our 4.8% current annual rate is compounded quarterly and maintained for a year. PROVIDENT FEDERAL SAVIII6S AND LOAN ASSOCIATION REDLANDS: State & Orange Streets, 793-2992 / SUN CITY: 26950 Cherry Hills Blvd., 679-2301 MAIN OFFICE: 3756 Central Avenue. Riverside, 686-6050 / DOWNTOWN RIVERSIDE: 3643 Eiglith Street, 68.5-6050 OFFICE HOURS: 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Thursday / 3 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday

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