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Redlands Oeity Facts 4 - Tuetdoy. Feb. 18, 1969 Local Notes _ i «r$ KnitHnfl classes. Wed. Feb. 19, 7-9. i 732«14. Jo-2«dl's House of Ytm. lOf Orange. x Yucaipa lake contract signed by Muni board The Sao BenunSno Valley'.schedule to the alate diowing] total cost of $3 J millkiii — wfll EHal i Don't miss the fun ni^t of; _ iniliation of Municipal Water District board estimated cosu of counting ExaBel Ruler WiU Costello. of directore yesterday approv-ed the project and obtain state ap- Wed^Fdi. 19. Dinner 6:30. meet-the "formal marriage Ucense" prot-al of detailed plans and » Pm. X eonlract with the state for the spedficatiaiis tor the entire fhimfar BmaMas* |Yucaq>a dam and reservoir project. Ou^Iw^rfOMnm-^. project carries with it a The district wiU be requiicd ton^T^tap. HSr^«^'*>wiy in the form of a J2.1 mfl. to complete the dam. wservor ^ti^irt &ici^, .^J^,""" Davis-Grunsky Act grant land water transmissioa facilities meetmg at Gnswolds restau-i 5,5,^^^ ^ ^ ^^^^ and to fill the reservoir by De- climaxed IZM months of nego- cember 31, 1971. xestaU' not after a 7 o'clock breakfast Wednesday. A plan to be oon- sideied will be a series of tours to Bedlands district industries as a "good aeitfibor" activity. tsilwaMnt Give your driveway that Kew Jjocik. Free estinutes on seal- coating driveways and parting lots. Also paving and grading. Kevari Contractors 792-5652. tiations between the water dis- Beaver said the district hopes trict and the state Department to receive final approval of the of Water Resources on revisions; iH^ject's desi0i by late fall with m the pact ftdlowing approval construction expected to begin of the recreational and flsh and no sooner than the first of next wildlife enhancement grant by,year. the Stale Water Commission. [ Envisioned is a 46-acre lake 'This (contract) is the formal and an 80-ioot-hi^ dam sur- marriage license," said Jack:rounded by a 220-acre recrea- I Beaver, Muni general manager, tional pailc. "But until we have water in the The 220-acre park is seen as lake, there will be no marriage the first phase of an eventual Vandds threw a bri<i through ceremony." ;i.60O-acre regional park which the window of the Northsidei The contract provides for a will be developed in increments Paint store, 1805 N. Orange grant of S2,099,100. broken down on prt^jertj- north of Oak Glen street, sometime last night, po-into S982.400 for recreation, road and west of Bryant street lioe reported. The bride smashed; $696,900 for fish and wUdlife en- in the Yucaipa area. • large hole in the window, but bancement and S419,800 for ini- Operation of the recreational no attempt was made to enter tial water supply and sanitary features of the park will be del- the store, officers said. Own- facilities. egated to the County Regional come from a n80 ,000 open spaces grant approved fay Ibej U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Devdi^ment and some $450,000 from cooniy and sUte park funds. Of the total. Beaver said, only $390,000 will come from the di»-j trict 's taxpayer funds. U the district coostmded a resen'oir with no other rdated facilities, he noted, the cost to the district would be about $1.3 million. In addition to noeatiaoal use, the lake wiU serve as a terminal storage facility for Ya- caipa area water. Signed copies of the contract approved by Huni directors yes- tenlay are schedided to he signed in the immediate fiiture by State Wafer Resources Director William GianeOL er of the store is Bill J. Harri- Before the money is made Parks Department under an ar- available, however, the district rangement with the district. must obtain court validation ofi Additional funds for the fir^ TfMsun TOTM Paint, Park Free pajt submit a master worki phase project — estimated at a Shop at Larry's Paint House,; Winn BIdg.. Ctdton at Orange, We give S.ftH. Green stamps! x\ AAifs^ ^'iff^l ^Soe ^ff ^^eflft^^ for mother and daughter German Shepherds. 1% years and 2 months. 792-7435 after 5:30 p.m. z Ceffce Shop New Open at Empire Bowl, 840 W. Colton Ave. X Woman hurt in two<ar accident A Redlands woman was injured yesterday in a two-car c(dlision at Alta street and Union avenue, police reported. MIS . EUen D. Russell, a, of 1002 Post street, a passenger in a car driven by her husband, Paul D. Russell, was taken by ambulance to Oimmunity Hospital for treatmoit of a forehead injury following the 4:52 p.m. accident, police said. Accordii^ to officers. Bussell's southbound auto was involved in a ctdlisioa with an eastbound car driven by Edward Dodson, of 32276 Kentucky street, Yucaipa. Supervisors reluctantly approve 'topless' bars Vital Records BIRTHS OSDICK — Bom, a dau^r. Amy EUzabetii. « D Hr. and Mrs. James R. Osdick of Anaheim, Feb. 13. 1969. Maternal grandparents are Mr. ^d mrs. Joe Kittilswi of Prescott, Wise. Paternal grandmother is Mrs. Gamer 0. Osdick, 1051 Walnut avenue. SAN BERNARDINO (CNA)— Two more "topless" bars for (he county were approved "reluctantly" by the County Board of Supervisors Mcmday. after the County Counsel informed the ly curtail any local government action which would limit topless dancing. He explained that the county had a prohibitive ordinance against bottomless estabJish board there was no other legal ments. but said the county was alternative. The newest application was from B(d> and Bemies Highlander, 27409 East 5th street. Highland, for a "burlesque-tsre strip show, topless dancing, go-go. comedy routines." A week ago the board had delayed a decision on the Jet, 14675 FoothiU Blvd. in Fon- practically helpless against thejurer. Halsey again heads Music association Conant K. Halsey, president| and chaurman of the board of Redlands Community Husie Association, was re-deeted for another term in office at the Association's annual meeting last evening in the Lyon TOng of Smi' ley library. Also re-elected for the same term were Mrs. Raymond A. Beeler. vice president; Miss Florence M. Wiese, secretary, and Larry A. Lanterman, treas- topless variety. He pointed out the need for full review of county entertain- ihent ordinances with the possibility of imposing standards of cMiduct, distance the dancers must be from the audiaice, and lighting of the parking lots on the ou'ners of the bars, along tana, alw seeking a Hcens© for;y ;iu, other possible requirements. topless dancmg. Both applications had been approved by building and safety and planning departments, but flie sheriffs office had vetoed both because the establishments would require additional police protectioo. Sheriff Frank Bland, through one of his assistants, told the board he could not forsee the possibility of his office ever approving tiie applications. The board expressed disfavor towards the apt^cations and the estaUishmmte themselves, but County Counsel Stanford Herlick quickly pohvted out that recall Supreme Court decisions severe- Weather Avcnte Februuy ninfaU 2.4* Avcnse tcuon total ninfaU 14.03 Jan. IS , Jan. 19 . Jan. 30 . Jan. 31 Jan. 22 Jan. 23 . Jan. 24 . Jan. 25 . Jan. 2S Jan. 27 . Jan. 2S . Jan. 3» . Jan. 30 . Jan. 31 • Feb. 1 . Feb. 2 . Feb. 3 . Feb. 4 . Feb. 5 . r»h. « . Feb. 7 . Feb. S . Feb. t . Feb. 10 . Feb. 11 . Feb. 12 . Feb. 13 Feb. 14 . Fab. U Feb. IS m. n . it.i»t.n Temp. 24 Sea­ Boun son SB 39 57 48 J5 4.33 82 SO .SO 4.93 64 54 1.07 6.00 SS 50 .39 6.39 58 43 58 48 .64 7.03 65 56 3.41 10.44 59 54 M ILOO 55 41 .47 11.47 48 40 .09 11J6 53 31 J4 11.39 . 55 . 59 . 57 . 68 . 70 . 65 . 57 . 52 . 60 . 67 . 65 . 71 . 61 . 59 . 61 . 61 . 55 . 63 .72 29 32 32 34 35 38 45 45 37 36 37 38 40 47 43 43 45 40 41 .38 1.43 .28 1227 13.70 1398 J. Schuster, cellist, dies Joseph Schuster, world re- fcnowned cellist, died at his home in Beverly IDlls Sunday of a heart attack. Graveside services are scheduled for 11 a.m. tomorrow at Forest Lawn Memorial Park in Glendale. He had recently returned from a concert tour of Europe. Mr. Sdrasto- was a favorite sdoist at Redlands Bowl where he had aK>eared in recital several times, the most recent in the summer of 1966. He was a native of Istanbul and, came to this country in 1934, after sen'mg as fust cellist with the Berlin Symphony Orchestra. He I hekl this position with the New York Philharmmiic Orchestra for seven years before the start of his distinguished concert career. He leaves his wife, Katherine; and a son. John, aind two sisters. He said if new laws were adopted. they could make all such businesses comply with the rules. Herlick also advised against the county delaying the two applications, and said if the applications were denied without just cause a court coiild order the applications be approved. "You can't interfere with what the courts call a lawful business," the attorney warned the board. Hou'ever. none of the board members seemed inclined to make a motion on the apiHica- liMis, and Herlidc reminded the board if no action were taken it would be an automatic denial, and reiterated his statement that the courts could, and would, order the board to pass the requests. Supervisor William Betteriey, siving he was acting on Her- Mr. Halsey announced the appointment of Thor A. Bergstralh as chairman of the finance committee and the board of durec- tors voted imanimously to accept the nomination by the membership committee of David Goldie and Harold E. Walker as new board members. To serve with Mr. Bergstralh on his committee Mr. Halsey appointed Mrs. Stanton Olson, 0. .T. Fowler, Mr. Lanterman and Mr. Goldie. Don R. Yahnke, C.P.A, presented printed copies of his audit report for the year endmg December 31, 1969 which reveal that the new season is starting "in the black," with aU debts paid. Charles Perlee, Bowl coordinator, presented the report of the program committee for Wilbur H. Schowalter, chairmaa The season will open on July 8 with an orchestral concert under the baton of Harry Farbman, said Mr. Perlee. An all-Beethoven program, it will be dedicated to the late Grace Stewart Mullen, founder of the association. Of particular interest was the I announcement by Mr. Halsey lick's advice, said he would "re-that the Grace Mullen Memorial luctantly" make the motion forlFund founded by the Redlands cpproval, and Super\isor Donald Beckord seconded the motion "with the same degree of reluctance.' Supervisor Nancy Smith voted against the motion, but the licenses were apiHt >ved. Mrs. Smith also read a statement from AssemUyman John Quimby (D-Rialto) in regards to legislation he introduced before the State Legislature Monday which WDukl give counties more po\ver in enacting ordin acces to regulate such establishments, and would also give stronger methods of action to the Alcoholic Beverage Control Department in cracking down on riolators. NOTICE Tr. 1338 I will not be responsible for — — any debts incurred by anyone; 14.01 1 othw than myself. Mchael Steven Pogue 12808 5th St. Yucaipa x .03 JO Announcement of Funeral Services FOWLER, Baddmgton 3:in pjn. Wednesday lUndaOupd BEIDEBGOIT. tank H. 10:00 aJB. Ttandvr US Bamdiy Dr. r«iii—«»^ Calif. UNDER DIRECTION OF CORTNER 221 BROOKSIDE AVE. •1411 Soroptimist club for a new sound system for Redlands Bowl had reached an amount which indicated that the system could probably be mstalled by this summer. FFA PROJECTS — Three members of the Future Farmers of America chapter at Redlands high school show some of the various projects built by FFA members. The local chapter visited the Indio Date Festival today where many of theu- items are competing for awards. Standing are Lonnie Coles, left, and Kenneth Witham. Kneeling is Tim Seidlitz. Redlands Future Farmers visit Indio Fair today Over 50 projects represenlmg the Future Farmers Chapter of Redlands high school will be on display this week at the annual Indio Dale Festival through Sunday. February 23. it was announced today. Some 52 members of the local FFA chapter visited the exhi bitian today with RHS mstruc- tors Glen Chamberlain and Robert Dietrick. Makug the all-day trip are Cathy Amable. Randy Bennet. Norman Brown, Lonm'e Coles, Rick Conrad, Will Cox, Andy Cranfill, Barbara Doering, Goerge Eales, Ifoward Edge. Ted Edminister. Kathy Elvin. Dick Fortune, David Garcia, Barry Gilbert, Ruben Gilbert. Reggie Guy. George Hardy, Antonio Hernandez. Doug Hodges, Mimd Paper* Phone Redlands Daily Facts cu-culation department. 793-3221. before 6:30 p.m. week days, or 2:30 p.m. Saturdays to report missed papers and obtam de- Bvery. Sondra Hodson. Gary Hoving, Lowell Jeffcoat, Randy Livemois, Danny Lopez, Rex Mangum, Ron Miller, Roland Martinez, Mali Moran. Glen Newton. Ron Noordman, Kevin O'Leary. Robert Otis. Richard Palmer. Pat Patterson, Randy Powell, Tun Powell, Robert Quesada, Keith Radford, Tunothy SeidUtz, Arthela Sitch, David Snowden. Tom Stuergon, Richard Swartz, Martha Terry, Lon Tharaldson, Danny Torrez, Fred Venegas, Steve Wagner, Michael Weis Carol Winn, and Kenneth Witham. conpktes duly wHbNavy Ronald Arendt, 22, son of Mr. and Mrs. Norbert J. Arendt, SOS Pacific street has recently re- tuned to Redlands after serving in the U.S. Navy for 17 months, most of the time hi overseas stations. Arendt, a petty trfHcer third class, was discharged January 14 at Treasure Island. After volunteering to go to active duty m the Naval Reserve ffl AugiKt 1967. the local serviceman spent four months at Great I.akes Naval Training Center, 11 months m Vietnam waters and then a month in Japan. Host of his sea duty was spait aboard the U.S.S. Tutoila (ARG-4) Repair Ship. Arendt graduated firom St John's Prep school m College- vise. Mmnesota, in 1964. He then moved to Riedlands and attended San Bemardmo Valley C(dlege for two years. Just prior to fulfilling his military obligations, he worked for the telephone company for a year where he mtends to return. ••.11 '.la Whiskey Hat days The 13th annual Whiskey Flat! Days program in Kemville will! be held Feb. 20 through 23. | Events will include a ball. a| public barbecue and special: community events. The annual parade will be held at 11 a.m. Feb. 22. CARD OF THANKS It's hard to find words to ex-, press my thanks and deep ap-' preciation to the people of Redlands area and Lomas Verdes street for the kindness to me when my husband died. God bless each and every one. Mary Vidler 25813 Lomas Verdes Redlands, California YOU ARE INVITED to be OR BURROUGHS' COMMUNITY CALBOAR! 11-11:15 o-m. Monday thru Satunby Radio StatioR KCAL-FM Bc^inniiiQ on Febfirary 22 Churches, clubs, service clubs and all organizations bring your announcements to Burroughs Appliances, 117 E. State St. at least one week before date of the event. Please type or print your announcement No phone calls, please. Founded 1890 —T9U« Ye »T WIIXIAM G. MOORE. PubUsher. FBANK E. HOORE, Editor. 700 Brookside Ave. at Center, Red- landj. Calif. 9237X Legal :e pail advei irtifcnienta lands, Calif, court SubscripUon Rate* (in adTanea): By carrier per monUi 11 .79. three months $4.95. six monUu t».M, ont year ilB.*a. By man per monUi fXOO, one year $24.00. In the "Geed OU Days," you couM leave yeur heuse open, while you ware away fsr several beurs, end naHiint would New days yau can't (KJVER M. SHERMAN Sentei 10:30 ajn.. Tntt- day. at the F. Aitfanr Cartner Chapel. IIBS. MABES. TERRY Body famtded to Baldwin Faifc fir fnnaal aen- iocs and bnriaL ev« •• aul inle yeur awn back yard wHhew*^lecMn» ••• ••>• dcora Mid windows* or ovory* Ihinfl in Ihe hause will be sM- •n. It b a smart mave H be sure NMtevaryHiinfl b lacked . up tffht bcfcco yw locvo homo^ and it yen an tebifl Is be tene Hr eavaral days, ar wiihi, to tat yaw bcailaw anfsrcement, at yeur Order gas engines hr water-pumping be £Dre April 30 andgetan aUowance thatll make a used car salesman bludL /iSMKe I Sirefy iMtfs 121. Sine; n «M 71^2114 MOUNDS, CALIFORNIA Frankly, we want to boost the gas load. Thaf s good business for us. So we're helping you get whopping allowances on gas -powered pumping equipment from your pump or engine dealer. Good business for you. Once your equipment 's at wockt tbe saviiigi fpt n^it on. Gai costs up to 50% less dian electric­ ity. No standby fees. No shutdowns due to power failures. And gas engines give you exact control of water pressure and volume witii reserve power when you need it. Contact your Gas Coinpeiiy i^mep* tathre befoce ^ril 301 . SoMlNniCdaandaaea Keeping up with the inarch of time The years have a way of changing thmgs — usually for the better, sometimes not Part of our responsibility, as funeral directors, is to keep up with the times without making changes simjdy for the sake of change. For instance, we constantly improve our facilities and equipment ... but we never seek to replace the "old-fashioned" friendliness and compassion for which there are no modem substitutes. UOIANOS VUCAirA MtMNLTHieiOal 10MM.INDA CAUMES* f orTHceeioENiuii

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