Redlands Daily Facts from Redlands, California on March 17, 1964 · Page 7
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Redlands, California
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Tuesday, March 17, 1964
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New water supply for ParkMoabi SAN.BERNAHDINO (CNS) Acceptance of the new water supply system installed at Park Moabi, on the Colorado river, was voted Monday by the County Board of Supervisors. But the Board was told by C. W. McCollough, public works director, that water will not actually be in the system until the sand level in the system is lowered. He said a local Needles firm is pumping out the sand. McCollough expressed full confidence that the new system will remedy the water shortage that has. hampered the operation of Park Moabi and made it a target of critiesm by the county grand jury and others finding fault with county government. Factors making the water unpalatable are also reduced, McCollough said. He told the Board that the situation is steadily getting better. Supervisors, who have shown sensitivity to the grand jury's criticism, indicated they expect to visit the park in the very near future, and Mrs. Nancy Smith, Board chairman, told McCollough she hoped there would be water in the system when the visit was made. Redlonds riders winners at Orange Show Bedlands riders were among winners of events of the Gym khana sponsored by the San Bernardino Valley Council of Riding Clubs . at the National Orange Show during the weekend. Young Joan Paulus won first place Friday in the English Pleasure class for children 12 years old and under and she claimed her second trophy Saturday in the English Horsemanship class for children 12 years old and under, Joan was riding "Erin Trisko" owned by Dr. Bruce Decker of Yucaipa. Mrs. James A. Smith took a second place award in the English Pleasure Class, Open, on her own mount, "Jubilation", who was also riden by William Gobie of Riverside in the Hunter Class, placing third. Three hurt in two traffic collisions Water suit offiee approved SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- With the assurance that the mountain area will pay their share, the Board of Supervisors Monday authorized putting up $10,000 to start a co-ordmating office for the Orange County water suit against this county and a number of political subdivisions in the county. The original request to Supervisors provided that the fund be set up out of monies provided by the three flood control zones in the San Bernardino Valley, but Supervisor S. Wes ley Break protested that mountain areas are also litigants. The co-ordination is to provide data on all steps taken by litigants. Six to compete in Optimist speech contest mATS IN THE CIVIL RIGHTS BILL? (10) COMMUNITY REUTIONS: Estoblishei cofflmunify reta* tions sem 'ca with director chosen by the President to help cofflBiunities solve racial disputes. A further clause insnret that existing legal rights of the U.S. government are not denied or ifflpoiied. TREASURE HOUSE Your unused furniture or appliances will find a ready market through Classified Ads. Six junior and senior high school students from Bedlands and Yucaipa will compete Thursday in the annual Opti mist club Oratorical contest, it was announced today. The local contest will be con ducted as part of the regidar noon meeting at the Elks club. Topic of the contest this year is "Optimism — Formula for Freedom." Those competing will be Ted Dibble and Steve Jensen from Redlands Senior high, Phil Snowdon and Scott Griffiths from Cope Junior high and Jay Gillette and Stuart Oaks from Yucaipa Junior-Senior high. Optimist President Swcn Larson will be master of ceremon ies. Bud Cline is chairman of the Oratorical contest. Winner of the local competi tion will compete in the semi zone finals in San Bernardino on March 31. Top winners in the Optimist contest, an annual event of Optimist International, go to the National Convention where they compete for the top Sl.OOO college scholarship and nmners up S500 scholarships. A school teacher and two Uni versity of Redlands students were injured yesterday as the result of two separate traffic mishaps mvolving motor scoot ers, police reported. The victims were treated at Redlands Community hospital. Most seriously hurt was 22 year-old Winston R. Dennis, 918 East Central avenue, a teacher at the Loma Linda Academy. Police said Dennis suffered head, chest and shoulder injur ies when his motor scooter ram med the rear of a car on Red lands boulevard shortly before p.m. Dennis was traveling east when his vehicle struck a car driven by Carrie Bertha Means 530 Texas street, who had stopped her car at Sixth street to allow a pedestrain to cross the street. At 6:45 p.m., Gary H. Beverage, 21, and Janet Ann Wild denradt, 18, were hurt when the motor scooter on which they were ridmg collided with a car on East Colton avenue near the UR campus. Beverage suffered a possible fractured right arm and Miss Wilddenradt received a leg lac oration, according to police. The scooter collided with car driven by another UR stu dent, Robert J. Levy. Board approves airport use for Desert Strike HESTON CITED HOLLYWOOD (UP I) Charlton H e s t o n has been awarded Belgium's Til Uilen- spiegel Award for 1963 for "his contribution to the world cine ma during 1963." .VOTICE OF nEARLVG OS PETITION FOK PROBATE OF WILL AND FOR LETTERS TESTAMENTAEV No. 33U0 In the Superior Court of the Stale of California, in and for the County of San Bernardino. In the Matter of the Estate of EDWARD WILLIAM MILLER, also known as EDWARD W. MILLER, also known at EDWARD MILLER. Deceased. Notice is hereby jiven that the petition of Frederic Y. Miller, for the Probate of WUI of Edward William Miller, the aljove named decedent, and for the issuance of Letten TeslamcnUry thereon to Frederic Y. Miller and Hush C. MUler, reference to which is hereby made for further particulars, will be heard at 9:30 o'clock a.m.. on Friday. March 27. 1964. in the court room of the Probate Department. Room 308 of the above entitled Court at the courthouse In the City of San Bernardino in the above designated cotmty and state. Dated M.lrch 13. 1964. v. DENKIS WABDLE. Clerk. By Lyman M-idscn. Deputy Clerk. WILLIAM J. CLARK, JR., 33243-A Yucaipa Blvd.. Yucaipa. California. Attorney for Petitioner. (First publication Mar. 18, 19641 SAN BERNARDINO (CNS) Use of two county airports for the U.S. Army's gigantic "Desert Strike" operation was au thorized Monday by the County Board of Supervisors, provid ing that any damages to the landing strips are repaired or paid for. Bafstow-Daggett Airport is to be used for landing and taking off of big transport carriers for soldiers to be used in the man euvers, Wallace Bobbins, aviation department director, told Supervisors. He said the days the army wants it are April 3, 30 and 29 and May 3 and 7. More than 150.000 gaUons of fuel will be required daily, he said but the arniy will take care of its needs. Bobbins expressed the fear that the big planes will damage the runway surfaces, so Supervisors ordered him to get a committment for compensation, even though the county got the field property from the U.S. on federal agreement to pay for damages when it is used. The other field to be used is at Baker, and the army is requiring here that all other planes be kept off the property from May 17 to 30. At Barsfow-Daggett field exclusive use is not being required. Bobbins said the army has agreed to pay for any damages to the Baker runway, and he told Supervisors that pictures are being taken of the field tc provide proof of any damage. Redlands Daily Facts Tues., March 17, m - 7 Directors hear reports Membership in YMCA increases 25 per cent Membership in the Redlands YMCA has increased by approximately 25 per cent over the same period last year, it was reported at the Y board of directors meeting last night. Total membership is now 2,820 compared with 2,396 last year on March 1. Of the total, 1,882 are men and boys and 938 are women and girls. Rev. Harry Suttner, chairman of the Spiritual Emphasis Com mittee, reported that plans have been completed for this year's Fifth Annual Good Friday Breakfast for Business and Professional Men. Dr. William R. Parker of the University of Redlands, will be the guest speaker. Wilbur Scho waiter will direct the boys choir for a special musical number. The breakfast will be held in the Kimberly HaU of the First Congregational Church. Director Jack Wiley, chairman of the Youth Committee, reported that the new sophomore boys Hi-Y club has been fully organized and is now holding weekly meetings. The 13 Indian Guide tribes along with the Frontiersmen and two other Hi-Y clubs are all meeting regularly. A Jr. High Hi-Y is being organized at Junior High t h e Redlands School. The Camp Committee, under the chairmanship of Don Beck ord, reported that Camp Edwards will be open the week of June 20th and close on September 12th. There will be a new group of campers every Monday. Plans are being made for some improvements to the cabins and swimming pool. Boys and girls will be given an opportunity to earn their way by selling peanuts and later on, circus tickets. Mrs. Gladys Beckord of the local chapter of the California Nurses' Association reported that her group has taken on the project of supplying nurses for the five camp sessions sched uled for local boys and girls. Col. William Brimberry, chairman of the Physical Department Committee, reported that both the boys' and ^Is' swimming teams are unde feated. The girls' team, coached by Bill Shawver, has defeated Burbank, Fontana, Lakewood and La Crescenta — La Canada Y Teams while the boys hold wins over Pomona and San Bernardino Uptown Teams. The boys basketball team for 15 year-olds won the Citrus Belt League title. Total attendance for both boys and girls in the gym classes and all competi tive activities was 2,773, a gain of 567 over last year. Aquatics attendance was 3,325 for both boys and girls, a gain of 185 over last year. The adult attendance for boto the gym and the svyimming ac tivities was 1,996, a gain of 263 over this same period last year, The Annual Leam-to-Swim Campaign will be held the week of April 6tb. President Ivan Bell and Secretary Roy Coble gave reports on the Area Conference. The theme of the conference was "Advance". Director Walt Page, chairman of the Future Planning Committee, reported that his committee has begun its study but is not ready to make a report. Many smaller committees have been appointd to work with his committee. President Bell presided with the follou-ing directors present: Harry John, John Pike, Walt Page, Dr. William Umbach, Bob Leonard, Col. William Brimberry, Col. Frank Thorn- quest, Henry Van Mouwerick, Gen. Richard Scott, Rev. Harry Suttner, Jack Wiley, Bob Break and Joe Enarson. Proper registration required for all voters Some Redlands voters could inadvertently lose their chance to vote in what promises to be an exciting primary next June How can this happen? The answer is failure to be proper- registered, by the April 9 deadline. Who may need to re-register and not know it? Well, the county registrar of voters of. fice lists these reasons: 1—Anyone who has moved since a prior registration. 2—Anyone who has just become 21 years of age. 3—Anyone who is a new resident of the state (but must have lived here one year to vote in the primary). 4—Anyone who failed to vote in the Nov., 1962, general election and has not since reregistered. 5—Anyone who wishes to change his party affiliation. It should also be noted that Mahogany is the foremost cabinet wood in the world, according to the Encyclopaedia Britannica. Arrowhead vote approved SAN BERNARDINO (CNS)- Calling of a July 28 election to vote on $680,000 of general obligation bonds to finance improvement of the sewage disposal system of the Lake Arrowhead Sanitation District was authorized Monday by the County Board of Supervisors. The action was taken at the request of Supervisor Ross Dana, who represents the area. Dana said that members of the board of commissioners of the district, the body which advises Supervisors, and other local leaders bad been meeting with him earlier in the day and recommended that the action be taken. many people have been disap pointed, even angry, at primary election time. These are people who register as "non-partisan" or as decline-to-state" any party affiliation. True, they can vote in tho primary but only for people who run on a non-partisan slate. That is, those people who do not register with a party affiliation, will not have an opportunity to vote for any candidate in the primary who have a Democratic or Republican party label, the registrar of voters points out. This applies only to the primary, not the general election. Redlands residents may register from Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. with the city clerk in the city hall. There are also 15 other deputy registrars who list addresses in Redlands precincts. Many of these have temporary "offices in or outside of supermarkets in the community. Rose Marie, Morey at Orange Sliow tomorrow ONLY 4 DAYS LEFT SAVEu-,o'100 111. UP TO i\ ona magnificent IVIagnavo :9C I duTirigourbig factor\, authorized ANNUAL SALE FOR A. L t M t T E D T I M E See...Hear...and Compare these amazing VALUES in STEREO HI-FI • True Stereo High Fidelity Phonograph • Four Magnavox speakers include two 10" bass woofers—powerful Stereo Amplifiers • The fabulous Micromatic Player-with Itt Year Diamond Stylus Guarantee-lets your records last a lifetime • Your choice of 3 beautiful furniture styles Radio, cash taken by burglars A radio and at least $30 cash were taken in a burglary of the Redlands Heights Citrus com pany last night, police reported. Police said the intruder entered the packing house at Texas street and San Uernardino avenue through a window in the roof. The radio and cash were taken from a business office. Additional money is believed to have been taken from two vending machines which were pried open. The burglary was discovered this morning. This is the schedule Wednesday's events at the Na tional Orange Show now San Bernardino: 10 a.m. — Gates open. 11 .m. — Bozo the Clown Land of Little People. 1 p.m.—15th -Air Force Band Citrus Exhibits Building. 2 p.m.—Ostrich Races, North of 4-H Building. 2:30 p.m. — Bozo the Clown, Land of Little People. 7 p.m.—Ostrich Races, North of 4-H Building. 7:30 p.m. — Professional en tertainment featuring Rose Ifarie and Morey Amsterdam stars of the Dick Van Dyke Show, Swing Auditorium. Feature of the Day: Arrival 100 Airstream Trailers. Day Honoring: Yucaipa, Ki wanis, California State Granges Schedule for professional en tertainment at Swing Auditorium: Thursday — Myron, Flor en, Jim Roberts, Barbara Boy Ian and Bobby Burgess of Lawrence Weft Show; Friday —Ertha Kitt; Saturday—Loni'! 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