LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CONTROLS BRUSH FIRE IN ALPINE IWay

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LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CONTROLS BRUSH FIRE IN ALPINE IWay
AREA POPULATION 3500
Guatay ·······- ····················· 200
Jamul ···--···-·-····-·--·- 2074
Pine VaHey ...................... 956
Campo .............................. 125R
Descanso .......................... 776
Jacumba............................ 852
Harbison Canyon ............ 1208
Total .......................... 10,822
VOL. 7-NO. 27
ALPINE ECHO
Serving a Growing Area of Homes and Ranches
.~ 36
PRICE TEN CENTS
ALPINE, CALIFORNIA, JULY 9, 1964
INTIMATE
GLIMPSES
BEA LaFORCE
LOCAL BUSINESSMAN CONTROLS
BRUSH FIRE IN ALPINE
A brush fir-e which started shortly after 2 o'!!lock
Tuesday afternoon, about 1000 feet South of Highway 80
and East of the Alpine business district, was brought
under control by a local businessmen by the time the Fire
Department responded to his call.
Iced tea, according to a European
friend is an American invention
and addiction to be regarded with
amazement. She and her husband
shudder at the thought of drink·
Mr. Reid Jaggers, owner and oping their tea cold at all, as for
erator of the Alpine Auto Supply
having it iced in a tall glassat 2530 Highway 80, was informed
shocking. How did it ever get
of the brush fire by a neighbor.
started, she asked? I could not
Q UQfrOnS
He immedi"ately phoned the Fire
find out, but I suspect it is one
The County Auditor has report- Station advising them of the fire.
more evidence of Yankee ingenuity
ed
that the assessed valuation in He states that he remembered that
and thrift. She says it's bad for
the Fire Station was having diffi.
the liver, but couldn't explain all but three of the County school culty with the fire siren, so he
districts
has
increased
over
last
why. This led to a discussion of
took a shovel up the hill to the
various teas and their values and year's valuation.
site of the fire and started shovel·
Included in the three districts
New home of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Cooper being built on South Grade uses. In Europe, it seems, there
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Road Shows signs of nearing completion.
Echo Photo.
are many medicinal teas still which have had a decrease in val·
widely used. They brew special uation is one district within the
teas for specific ailments. Among Grossmont Union High School Dis·
the favorites are our own Catnip trict. Barrett School District has
tea and Chamomile flower tea. decreased from $220,000 to $218,They say this flower tea is served 080.
All of the other districts within
.
in many European sanitoria and
Alpine PTA and the Harbi·
The construction of a number of new homes is under- in the fine restaurants in Paris. the Grossmont High School Dis· sonThe
PTA will hold a hot dog roast
way, or due to start in the near future, in the Alpine area .! An old English doctor is quoted trict, and also the Mountain Em· on Wednesday, July 15, from 5 to
Mr. and Mrs. William Arnett are having a new home as saying that Chamomile tea is pire District, increased in valua- 7 p.m. at the Alpine Youth Center
built in Palo Verde by Dean A. Vickery General Con- not only a "preventative of night· tion.
on Highway 80.
tra to Th
h
· 't t d .
'
mare, but also the only certain
The increases in the elementary
c . r. . e new ouse Is SI ua e m a saddle between remedy of this complaint." Catnip school districts are: Alpine Union All proceeds from the event will
go into the youth activities fund.
the h1gh htll at the Westerly .cor·
• tea 1·s ment'wned m
· "Amer1can
·
Schoo-l District from $4,176•990 to This fund will furnish a special
ner of Palo Verde and the ndge
Weeds and useful Plants 1859" as $4,392,350. Cajon Valley Union
.
.
to the sout~. A beautiful view of
being a "highly popula~ and ef· School District from $77,981,300 to Japanese dmner for all of the sum·
. mer school students at the end of
the mountams to the
feet·1ve med'1cme
·
. . . among the $81,045,000 . Deh esa Sch oo 1 DIS·
. East and the
h
h
Tavern Road sectwn to the West
·
f
$
t
$ 1 711 • , summer sc oo 1. T e students are
good lad'
h0 d 1 · · 1 "
makes the site very attractive. The
leS w
ea m Simp es. tnct rom 1•687•120 . 0 . • ' studying Japan this summer, and
010. Dulzura School D1stnct from th d"
- b
f'tt'
~
-A
~
new home will have three bed·
$424 430 to $448,220. Jamul-Las
e mner Wl11 e a ~ mg prorooms and contain a total of 2,100
Supervisor David W. Bird, at
In a modern book on herbs is F} ores
' u ·
s
h
D'
t
·
t f
gram
for
the
end
of
the1r
course.
mon c oo1 1s r1c rom
square feet.
the request of property owners this statement: When Teas Are $2,479,810 to $2,535,400. Lakeside _A hot dog and a bottle of coke
The Arnetts, together with their and merchants in the Alpine busi· Least Appreciated: At work. Union School District from $14- Will sell for 25 cents at the roast,
son, Bill, who is a sophomore at ness district, made a request to Watching a play. Opening letters. 608,120 to $14,894,680. La Mes~- and a special plate consisting of_ a
El Capitan, have been living on the California Division of High- During stormy weather. Going Spring Valley School District from hot dog, cole slaw and beans w11l
South Grade Road since last No- ways to make a study of the speed through documents. On busy days.
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cost 50 cents. Everyone is invited
vember. They purchased their site zoning along Highway 80 in this Wrong 100 percent, say the tea
to attend and participate in this
at that time, and have been rent· section, and to consider the possi- drinkers I asked. Tea, they insist,
fund-raising event for the Alpine
youth.
ing until their new home could be bility of a pedestrian crossing in is good any time they want to
completed which is scheduled for the business district.
drink it. But not iced. Even our
the middle of September. Mr. Ar·
Supervisor Bird has forwarded local tea drinkers said this. This
nett is an electronic engineer with to the Alpine Echo a copy of a book also states that most teas
Kin Tel in San Diego. The Ar· letter which he has received from are not meant for daily use, not
The rabies epidemic which has
netts originally moved to Alpine G. L. Richardson of the California intended to become a fixed habit,
existed
in the San Diego-Tijuana
from East Clairemont in San Diego Division of Highways. Mr. Bird, but are to be reserved for occabecause of Mrs. Arnett's sinus in his letter, states "I am not sions, either emergencies of health, area since September 1962, has
The Trustees of the Mt. Empire
Unified School District Board held
troubles, but are staying here be· happy with the decision of the or of some other kind. Thus the r esulted in 157 rabies cases.
The 157th case was confirmed their annual organization meeting
cause they have learned to love the IDivision of Highways in this mat- tea is allowed its special function
ter, and therefore, I will continue and retains its best usefulness. last week by the County livestock last Monday night.
Alpine area and climate.
Another new home underway is to work with them to try my best There are 87 different kinds of director, Dr. E. R. Quortrup. It
William T. McCulloch, of the
that being built by Mr. and Mrs.
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botanical teas listed as being both was the second case of rabies Pine Valley-Mt. Laguna area, was
Robert F. Holbert on Tavern Road.
------tasty and in some way beneficial found in the south bay area in less elected for president for his fourth
to the drinker, but very few are than two months.
term in this office. Archie Leach
The home will have four bed·
rooms, a two-car garage, and wm
suggested for daily use or for use
The case found is a dog which of Campo wHI serve as clerk of
be completed by mid-August.
with meals. It is best, they say, was shot by a border patrolman the Board for his ninth year. Rob·
The Holberts are presently liv·
to use an assortment of teas, on June 15 after it had bit his own ert Garboni, Descanso, was elected
ing on Willows Road with their
choosing among them for the just· dog. Patrolman Ralph Belt killed vice-president for the fourth time.
four children: Joyce, 13; John, 12;
A proposal to split the Gross- right tea for the time and pur· the stray when it attacked and bit
The district will be represented
his dog, and the remains were on the county committee for school
Joan, 8; and Chris, 5. Mr. Holbert mont Union High School District pose.
examined by the Livestock De· district unification by Robert Garis a carpenter and is self-contract· and the nine elementary school
partment and found to be rabid.
boni.
ing the construction of his new districts within the Grossmont
Blue Mountain tea, Sweet Wood·
All of San Diego County has
During this school year the
home, which is situated on a two- District into two districts was ruff, Desert Tea, and Damiana are
acre parcel which is a portion of voted on at a meeting of the uni· recommended as delightful social been designated as a rabies area Board meetings will be held on
the old Mercer property.
fica tion committee at a meeting drinks when good friends get to- since 1962,. and the City of San the first Monday of each month at
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8 p.m. in the Mountain Empire
The home being built by Bud last Monday evening.
gether. When you feel cranky and
High School.
and Marjorie Cooper on South
This plan was supported by Ca· aU's wrong with the world, try
In other Board action, the pubGrade Road is due for completion jon Valley, La Mesa-Spring Valley, Linden, or Hop, or Calendula (the
lication of the approved 1964·65
by mid-September, and is being and Lemon Grove districts, and garden daisy) teas which are supbudget of $479,826 was authorized,
built for them by E. W. Barnes & opposed by Alpine, Lakeside, posed to cheer and brighten the
and approval was given to an
Sons, General Contractors. Bud Jamul-Las Flores, Dulzura and gloomy spirit. Lemon verbena
across-the-board 400 percent in·
and Marjorie designed the house Santee. The Grossmont board op- added to regular tea makes a nice
The Aberdeen Angus champion crease for all certified personnel.
themselves and drew the rough poses any split of the Grossmont summer afternoon drink served hot
plans. · Tom Mathiason of the Wil· district.
with sugar and cookies, while the steer exhibited at the County Fair
The School Boards of Alpine and connoisseur suggests a pinch of by Robert Shook of Jamul brought
lows area, who is studying archi·
tecture at Grossmont Junior Col· Lakeside are in favor of joining wild sage or alfalfa in your black the highest per pound price of all ,
lege, assisted them in drawing their districts. Jamul-Las Flores tea for cold gloomy days when you Junior Livestock entries.
their plans to scale, and also de· and Dulzura also wish to combine.
Mighty Mite, the grand champion
·
d a umque
·
s1gne
-corner f'trep1ace Charles Campbell, Trustee on the are listening to world news on TV. steer of the show, was purchased
in the new house.
Alpine School Board, stated that Cassina or Cassene, an herb re· by the Kona Kai Club for $2.28
The five supervisorial districts
The house is located on a one- the Alpine Board favors the four- lated to the South American Yerba per pound for a total price of within San Diego County are due
for new boundaries early next
acre parcel fronting on South way split of the Grossmont Dis· Mate, contains traces of caffeine $2,188.80.
A total of 172 lambs, 98 beef year.
Grade Road, and which was pur- trict, and pointed out that the and has been used for a 100 years
The Board of Supervisors are rechased by the Coopers from Tom two-way split proposed at this by the people of North Carolina cattle and 10 swine were sold at
auction at the Fair. They were quired to redistrict the county's
and Joan Nichols. The new home meeting has been voted down
will be centered among some twice previously. The Augmented and Virginia where the plant is the animal projects during the districts so that their populations
beautiful big oak trees and inter- County Committee on School Dis· found. It was first put to use as past year of San Diego County 4-H j are as equal as possible in accord·
esting rock outcroppings. It will trict Organization has supported a a tea during the civil war when Club members· and Future Farm· ance with a law passed by the
ers of America.
State Legislature last year.
four-way split.
1
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School District
•
Reported
V I
PTA Groups Plan
Hot Dog Roast
NEW RESIDENJIAL CONSTRUCTION
INCREASES IN ALPINE AREA
a·Ifd Reports on
a•IWay speedzone
Rabies Cases Still
Found in County Mt. Empire School
Board Reorganizes
N0 Agreemen t .tn
School Unification
Top Fair Price
For Jamul Steer
County to Be
IR d• • ed
e IStrtct
Page Two
DESCANSO
By PAT MARTIN
. Ri~hard Strait returned home
June 27 after spending a week
in Sacramento attending Boys
State act1viites, where 861 boys
from all . over the state met to
learn about the workings of poli·
tical government. After they set
up their state, county and city governments, using a two·party system, with primary and general
elections, the boys spent a day at
the State Capitol. Richard, who
was appointed by the Mayor to be
fire chief, reports that it was a
very interesting and educational
experience, and he enjoyed every
minute. Richard is the son of Mr.
and Mrs. John Strait.
THE ALPINE ECHO
CAMPO
July 9, 1964
JULY SIXTH IS
REPUBLICAN
BIRTHDAY
Area College Coed
Elected to Council
By FAY FARRIS
Mrs. Victor Tarwater held a
Stanley party in her new home in
Lake Morena last week and everySharon Laraine Van Fleet of
one enjoyed seeing the home and
751st Radar Squadron, Mt. Laguna,
the friendly gathering. Lucille
has been Plected councilman of the
Martens drew the door prize. A
One hundred and ten years ago
mythical city of Serra at the 21st
new resident of the area, Mrs. on July 6, 1854, the Republican
annual California Girls State now
Donna Bardmass and her son were party was founded at Jackson,
in session at Univ~rsity of Caliintroduced.
Mich. The party is said to have
fornia,
Davis campus.
<l
~
~
been formed because of the de·
Girl State is a youth training
The Lake Morena Combo Club moralization of the old Whig
program in citizenship and Amerenjoyed a lovely afternoon at the Party and the dissatisfaction of
home of Margaret Rolland on many Northerners with the atti- Mrs. E. M. Grenier displays icanism sponsored by the Amerof the half price sale now ican Legion Auxiliary. The 557
Buckman Spring Road last week. tude of the Democrats toward the items
in effect at Crest Thrift Shop.
1
slavery
issue.
The
Missouri
Comgirls attending from throughout
Present were Marie Martin, Ardelle Craft, Marie Lindemann, Fay promise was supposed to have
the state are being instructed in
all phases of government at state,
Barrish, Phoebe Thompson, Evelyn settled that issue since it forbade
county and city levels during the
Fors and Fay Farris. The two the introduction of slavery into
0
Q
0
Maries had high scores.
any part of the Louisiana Terriweek long exercises. The Girls
tory north of the southern bound-tr '(:z -tr
State Citizens are selected by their
Mary Henriksen was the guest of
The Crest Thrift Shop, spon- school administrators for their
Linda Ison Geddes flew to Japan ary of the Missouri, while permit·
honor at a baby shower given by
the WSCS at the home of Mildred on Friday week before last to be· ting slavery in Missouri. Settled sored by the Altar Society of the qualifications in leadership, scholarship and interest in government.
Van Oort on Wednesday evening, come the bride of Roy Lundquist for a time, the issue did not stay
settled. The passage of the Kan- Church of St. Louise de Marillac, Mrs. Leon Farrand of North Hollywho
is
in
the
U.
S.
Service
and
is
July 1. Decorations for the party
were done in yellow and white stationed near Hiroshima. She is sas-Nebraska Bill on May 27, 1854, is holding a half-price sale of all wood is director.
The Girls State program rewith a beautiful cake made and the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon· which permitted new states to de· items. The sale will continue for
decorated in the form of a baby nie lson of Rancho del Campo. We cide whether they were to be free two weeks, and the shop, at 1621 ceived the George Washington
or slave, repealed the Missouri Eucalyptus Boulevard, will be Medal of Honor from the Freedom
sweater and booties by Mrs. Ben wish them much happiness.
-tr
'(:z
Compromise and aroused the op· open Monday, Wednesday and Fri- , Foundati_on at _Yalley F?rge _for
Hendren. There were 31 guests
After Linda left the Isons re- ponents of sla~ery.
day from 1 to 4 p.m. Among the ?utstandmg achrevement m brr?g.
present to enjoy the evening of
games and refreshments, and to ceived a telephone message that
A mass meetmg of Whigs, Dem· many items offered are clothing, mg abo.~t a ~etter understa~di?,g
watch Mrs. Henriksen open many Mr. Ison's mother, Mrs. George ocrats, and Free Soilers was heid shoes household goods and ap- of the Amencan Way of Life.
lson of Carlsbad, N. M. had passed in Ripon, Wis.. On Feb. 28, 1855 , plian~es dishes books sewing
beautiful and useful gifts.
Sharon Laraine, daughter of Lt.
away, so they left by motor on ~hich en_ded with the decision that patterns' and va~ious knicknacks. Col. and _Mrs. Haymand. A. Van
Saturday morning week before last If that bill should pass they would
Fleet, Jr. JS a representative of the
Mr. and Mrs. Will Peegles and for Carlsbad, to be gone about a "throw old party organizations to
The Thbrift Shop is facing a seri· Mt. Empire Junior·Senior High
· th'1s
.
. a new party ous. pro
family, of El Centro, have pur- month. They have our deepest the wmds
and orgamze
.
.lem .at .present
.
• as the sch oo1. She WI'11 be a semor
chased the Golden Ranch from sympathy.
on the soul issue of the nonexten- buildmg m which It IS now housed fall. She is sponsored by the No.
Catherine Spencer. They intend to
sion of slavery." The new pre- has been sold. If anyone knows 363 Unit of the American Legion
~
a -tr
raise Arabian horses. Mr. Peebles
f
d 1 of a small place the church could Auxiliary.
Hugh Smyth of Lake Morena un· liminary organizati
- -- - - -- - was orme use, please call Mrs. E. M. Greis with the California Highway derwent surgery at the Chula Vista three weeks later on
M
and the name ·
A b
442
5920
.
·
·
Th
.
.
mer,
·
or
rs.
u
rey
Patrol.
Hospital week before last, and un· Republ JCan given to It.
e M!c~J- Johnson, 444-3450,
-tr 'It -tr
derstand he is getting along fine. gan opponents of slavery met m
A Tupperware party will be held Flora Skonberg of Morena Village Jackson on July 6, organized a
at the home of Mrs. Elmer Wo-lin is walking some now, and is doing party, adopted the name Republi·
on Wednesday morning, July 15, at nicely. Gertrude Haskell is home can, and arranged for the nomina·
:30 a.m. Everyone is invited to and had to have shots daily by a tion of candidates for all offices
David D. Willson of Potrero will
ttend.
visiting nurse. The first week, and to be filled. Other groups were
be
one of 160 San Diego County
three times weekly thereafter. formed rapidly and within less
Boy
Scouts and leaders to attend
The
Alpine
Acacia
Club
will
She
advised
me
last
Friday
that
than
a
year
the
new
party
had
Vsiting friends and family in
the
Sixth National Jamboree at
at
the
home
of
Mr.
and
Mrs.
meet
escanso over the weekend were the pain is subsiding. She has the elected 11 United States Senators
ike and Tudy Hollett and family, shingles.
and a large number of members of Robert Cassidy, Proctor Valley Valley Forge, . Penn., July 17
the national House of Repdesenta· Road, Jamul, on Saturday, July 11 through 23. David is a member of
f Pulga.
at 4 o'clock in the afternoon.
Jamboree Troop 50.
Connie Jones of Potrero is Chap- tives.
Arrangements
have
been
made
In addition to attending the JamThe first national convention
Gary and Pat Dorman, and their lain of San Diego Chapter of the
at
the
Alboree
the San Diego County scouts
by
members
to
assemble
order
of
Eastern
Star,
and
Satwas
held
in
Philadelphia
on
June
our-month-old son, Joey, left on
17, 1856, the anniversary of the pine Community Church at 3 p.m. will visit the New York World's
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battle of Bunker Hill. Here his- and go out as a group if they de· Fair, tour New York City, visit
tory comes full circle again for sire. Everyone is to bring their washington, D.C., and visit the
we see that the selection of a can- own ste~k, weeneis_ or hamburger Naval Academy at Annapolis. After attending the Jamboree, they
didate for President gave the dele- and their own service.
LPINE COMMUNITY CRURCR-KO!;e! M . LarSOn, Ph.D.• Pastor
m 5-2110 gates much trouble. A number of This will be the last meeting of I will tour Philadelphia, and return
Sunday School !"or All Ages ••••• •••• •• • ••••• • ••••• • ••• • • ••••••••• 9:C A. M. names were brought forth and the Acacia Club until the meeting j to San Diego by chartered jet airMorning Worship Services • • • • • • • . • • • • • • . . • • . • • • 9 :45 A. M. and 11:00 A. M.
liner from that city on July 26.
Evening Worship Service . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
. .... · · .. . . . ....... 7:00 P . M dropped for one reason or another. on October 9.
PUgrtm Fellowship (Junior and Senior) • •.. . .•. ... . . . .•. . . ... . .. 7:00P. M
Among
the
men
mentioned
were
Church Guild, Every Wednesday • . • . . • • • • • • . • • . • • • • • . • • • • • . • • • . . 10:00 A. M.
Family Dlnntr, Third Frdlay Each Month .. ....................... 7:00 P. M. William H. Seward, who they say,
UEEN OF ANGELS CATHOLIC CHURCH-Rev. Thomas Bolten,' Pastor
declined the nomination; Salmon
m e-2'4~
Sunday Masses .. • . .. .. .. .. • .. • . .. .. . 8:00 and 10 :00 A. M., and 5 :00 P M P. Chase, United States Senator
Dally Mass .................................. · ........... • ........... 8 :00 A. M from Ohio, put in, then withdrew
Receive Confessions Satu!days •..•• . .. ~:00 to 4 :00 P. M.: 7:00 to 8:00 P . M
his name, thinking he could not
Religious Instructions :for Children Attending Public Schools:
Harbison Canyon ..... . ..................... .. ..... 10:00 A. M. Saturdays carry his own state. John McLean
Alpine .......... ...... ............ ... ............ 11:30 A. M. Saturdov•
of Ohio, a Justice of the Supreme
SOUTHER.N BAPTIST CHURCH- Rev.Jnmes Arnold. Pastor
Sunday School For All Ages ...................................... 9:45 A. M Court and former Postmaster Gen·
Morning Worship Service • .. .. .. • • .. .. .. .. • . .. .. .. .. • • • .. .. . . .. .. 11 :00 A. M
Evening Worship Service .................... . .................... '7 :00 P . M eral under Monroe and Adams was
Wednesday PraYer Meeting .. . .. • .. .. .. .. .. .. • • .. .. .. • • .. • . .. .. .. 7:30 P. M considered but his name withT BAPTIST CRORCH OF' THE WILLOWS-Rev. Vic C. Hayman. Pastor
drawn. Col. John C. Fremont, forBunday School .................. . ................ ... . ............. 9 :30 A. M
Morning Worship Service ............. ; .. .. .. . • .. • .. .. • • .. .. .. • 10:45 A. M mer senator from California, reEvening Worship Service .. • • • .. • • • .. • • • • . • .. • • • • • .. .. • • .. .. .. • 7:30 P. M mained.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday Evenlnp .......................... 7:30 P . M
In the election he received 114
LPINE LUTHERAN CHURCH-Rev. Karl SchaRf, Pastor
284-2082
Morning Worship Service. Women's Club .. ................... .. 10:45 A M electoral votes to 175 cast for
Sunday School. Every Sunday .. . .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . . . . . . . . • . . .. 9 ::..> ,. &f
James Buchanan, the Democratic
ETHEL ASSEMBLY OF GO~Rev . Eva Bailey
candidate. Thus the Republicans
Sunday School For All Ages .. • .. .. .............. .. ... . ........ .. .,,1, "· M
.
Morning Worship Servtce .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. . .. .. .. .. 11:00 A M lost their first try for the Presi·
Evangelistic SLJnday Night Servic& ... ... ... ...... ............... 7 :30 p M
Prayer Service Thursday Evening ......... . .. .. ... . ... . . ... .... . 7:00 P . M dency. In the election of 1860,
LESSED SACRAMENT CHURCH. De.~c..ngo--Rev. Joseph Prince, Pastor
however, they won with Abraham
Sunday Mass ........................... . ....... 9:00 A. M. and 10:30 A. M Lincoln in a hard fight and won
Holy Days and First Fridays Mass ........ .... ................. .. . 5 :30P.M.
Daily Mass . . . .. . . • .. . • . .. . .. . . • .. .. .. • .. . .. .. • • .. • . . • .. • . • • .. .. 8:00 A. M every succeeding national election
C.mfesslons heard before all Masse..
until that of 1884, when Grover
ARBISON CANYON COMMUNITY CHURCH-Rev. Ployd French. Putor
Sunday School for all Agee .. • .. .. • .. ...... .......·.. • • .. • .. .. • .. 9 :45 A. M. Cleveland, the Democratic candiMorning Worship Service .. . .. . .
.
. . .. .. . .. 11 ·oo A 111 date, defeated James G. Blaine,
Women's Missionary Group, each Thursday .. .. .. • .. .. • .. • .. • .. 9•00 A. M.
Bible Study Group, each Tuesday .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . . .. .. . . . . .. . 10!00 A. M. the Republican nominee.
RBISON CANYON BAPTIS'l' CHUltCH-RPv. Rolland Butler, Pastor
The question now is: Did the
Sunday School tor all Ages . .. .. .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. .. .......... 9 :30 A. M .
Morning Worship Service . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . .
. • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . \0:30 A. M issue for which the Republican
Youth Group, Sunday Evening .. . .. . .. . .. .. • .. .. . .. .. .. ..... 6:00 P . M party was founded become resolved
Evangeltstlc Service. Sunday Evening : ...................· 7 :00 • 8 :00 P . M.
Prayer Meeting, Each Thursday ................. ......... . 7 :00 • 8 :00 P . M because of its founding? Can any
HAPEL OF THE HILLS, Descanso-Rev. Ernest Meter, Pastor
political party solve a moral is·
Sunday School .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. . .. .. . .. . . .. • .. • .. .. . .. . . .. • .. .. .. 9 :4!1 A. M
Church Worship .. . .. .. . .. .. .. . .. .. .. .. • .. .. . .. .. . . . . .. . .. . . .. 11 :00 A. M sue? Some PQlitical experts preM . ~· F ........ · .. .. • .. • .. • .. • ........ .. ... ........... ...... ... ... 6:30 P M
Even ng Hymn Sing . . . . . . . • . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . . • . . . • . . . • . . . . . . . 7•30 P . M dict the imminent break-up of the
on
Sale at crest
Thrift Shop
*
Acacia Club To
Meet In Jamul
Potrero Scout to
Attend Jamboree
on
CHUR·CH SERVICES
UR LADY OF THE PYNES CHIAPE:L, Mt LAguna
.
sunday Mass .... .. .... .... ................... .... .. .. ........... 12 , 15 P M
OF CHRIST-Evangelist Oda c . Hawkins
OOmmunity Club House. Pine Valley
:ble Study ...... ...... ..... .... ... ..... . .. .. .. .. .. .. . . .. .. ... 9:45A . M
1
~~g
;o~p Service ........ ..... ............. ...... . ..... 10:4!1 A, M
en g
ora p Service ............... : . . . ..
. .. . . . . .. .. . . . .. 7 :00 P. M
. LAGUNA COMMUNITY CHURCH <Presby.)-Rev A. Moore, PB!Itor
sunday School . . . • • . • . . . . . . . . . . . . • . • • . • . . . . . . • . • • • • . . . • • . . • . . • • • . 9 :4!1 A. M.
Morning Worship ... .................. .. .. .............. .... ... 11 :00 A. u .
~~:fm~l~nt's Class, Monday eve . . . . . • . . . . . . . • . . . . . . . . . . . . . • • 7 :30 P . M.
wee, B ble Study, Thursday each week .... ............ .... 7 :·30 'P. M.
Women s Organization, Third Wednesday of each month
•
H OF THE NATIVITY OF BLESSED VIRGIN MARY-Father Hugo &Iva
Bunda:v Mass .................................................... 10 ,00 A. 11.
Republican party now, with the
forming of a new party or two in
the offing. We wonder sometimes
what has happened to the old ideal
once so flourishing in America:
THE NOBLELEST MOTIVE IS THE
PUBLIC GOOD. And the public
being defined as the most of the
people ... not a selected few.
Starlight's Prima Ballerina Yvonne Green with the assist of
dancers Jack Montgomery and Lim Lundy rehearse the Legend of
Norway ballet from "Song of Norway," opening July 16 In Balboa
Park Bowl.
July 9, 1964
THE ALPINE ECHO
'·
JAMUL
By THERESA EGAN
Page Three
Musical-Theatrical
IEVentS sChedUled
CREST
By JANE MON DRAGON
! . : . .. .
Reba and Roxey Whitmore are
Among the June graduates from
Compl ementing the Old Globe Granite HiUs High School were the
enjoying a visit from their daughter, Linda Suarez and their tiny Theatre's Shakespeare Festival, following Crest students, listed algrand-daughters, Cheryl and Robin the Globe has planned six special phabetically: Ami I;Sazer, John ·
of Detroit, Mich.
events to be presented through- Boudreaux, Armond Caprio, Philip'
out the summer on pre-arranged Cernius, Daniel Danner, John Josephson, Janice Koeller, Ellen Lux,
The Jamul Barber Shop is open dates.
,., Sundays only till a new barber
Monday, July 6 opened the Nancy Lyons, Sandra McHenry,
noted actor Morris Roileen Moore, Jimmy Schager,
1 can be located. Paul Ficarella is series with
no longer with us, and Larry Heier Carnovsky in a solo performance Mildred Shed, Janet Streeter ,
of Kaelins Valley Center Barber of scenes, songs and sonnets from Charles Sylvas and Richard ThurShop of El Cajon comes out to cut Shakespeare.
man. John Joseu>hson, Phillip Cerhair from noon to 6 on Sundays.
On Friday, July 10, the San Di- nius and Sandra McHenry were
ego Ballet will present three new honor graduates. Phillip also reThe cool of a garden vine has works. Two different musical con- ceived the Mu Alpha Theta Naattracted many a snake, so look certs on July 20 and August 3 will tiona! Math Club Award, and was
before you reach. John Colombo be the third and fourth events of a State Scholarship Semi-Finalist.
was picking squash blossoms when the series.
The changing tech- John Josephson
really distina rattler slithered by. It was gone nique of acting Shakespeare will guished himself with an impresby the time he was back with a be exampled in a program pre- sive display of achievements, inshovel. Madeline tells us squash sented on August 17.
eluding a California Scholarship
b!Qssoms, about 30 are enough for
The French film "Amants de Federation Life Membership, a
her family meal and most delect- Verone (Lovers of Verons) will be California State Scholarship Comab-le dipped into a fritterlike bat- presented as the final event on mission Scholarship, the El Cajon
ter of milk, egg, cracker crumbs August 31. This is a contemporary Rotary Club Scholarship, the Soand fried in butter.
parallel of "Romeo and Julit." cia! Science Award, an Honors at
Fred Hansen, present owner of the Sweetwater Springs area, at
the spring.
Brief test scenes filmed of John Entrance Award from the Univer Ron Mangels, our 4-H reporter, Barrymore as "Hamlet" will also sity of California at Riverside, and
was at the Del Mar County Fair be shown.
the National Merit Certificate of
Merit.
Wayne Holt, Lorraine
from June 29 to July 5. A lunchBy PETER ODENS
eon was given the last day at the
Longbenn and Diana Winberg
were Honor Roll graduates from
SPRING VALLEY, CALIF.-Huntington Isham was cafeteria, a party on the Fourth.
Greenfield Junior High School.
a traveling salesman for the Stud-e baker Corporation of In Beef Bob Shook of Jamul won
Congratulations, Kids!
South Bend, Indiana, but above all, he was a shrewd pro- two trophies from Grand Champion
of the show and Champion of 4-H
Scholarships are available for
tr
tr
tr
moter. When he heard of the fabulous, healthgiving pow- Beef. We caught just a glimpse of students continuing their studies The Cr est Teens held their 1964ers of th-e waters of Sweetwater Springs, he felt that, while him on TV. Steve DeFrate won a at Grossmont College; those plan- 65 elections Monday, June 29. Roiothers were making fortunes in
trophy for Best Short Horn (do- ning to enroll for the Fall semes- leen Moore was re-elected presinated by California Short Horn ter, and Grossmont Coliege trans- dent, Don Coleman is vice-presithe mines, here was an opportuni- j
t~ for him to do well by himself i
Assn). First place ribbons went' fer graduates.
dent, Myrna Coleman secretary,
w~thout_ t~e hard la~or connected By MARGARET LOWTHIAN
to Debbie Press and Mary Welker.
The Grossmont District Educa· Jim Pere treasurer, Linda Pere is
with mmmg. He tried hard-too I
· Second ribbons to Jim Chapple, tion Scholarships may be applied historian and Paul Mon Dragon
hard-to succeed. There was inJerry Evans and we here at Wil- Don Daley, Terry and Gary Gil- for by calling the Grossmont Col- was re-elected parliamentarian.
trigue, shooting, a law case, and I low Glen Farm, who jointly are the bert. In Sheep first place ribbons lege Scholarships and Loans Of~
a
!~ham's world crumbled around Iowners of R. H. Blue Bonnett, are went to Bill and Bob Thompson fice, 465-1700, Mrs. Roen.
E .M. Grenier is back home from
him.
very proud of this fine Appaloosa and Geraldine DeFrate, second
Much of the scholarship money the Naval Hospital where he was
He was a widower with two mare since the Del Mar Fair Horse place ribbons to Pauline and represents proceeds from the confined for three weeks undergogrown up girls and two small boys, Show. Bonnett, as we reported Kathie Smith, Cheri Thompson and Lewis F. Smith testimonial dinner. ing teatment for emphysema. Ida
and when his 17-year-old daughter last week, won the Champion mare Loree Handley. Steve DeFrate won Contributions have also been re- reports he is resting as comfortwas ailing, he began to look for a honors, and in the open show she first place for best pair of Hamp- ceived from the Grossmont Classi- ably as possible in this weather.
healthier climate. Then, he heard won the Appaloosa Western Pleas- shire sheep. Paul Kistrup, Jr., got fied Employees Association and
"' tr "'
about the spring. For centuries, ure class for mares, and the Appa- trophies for Champion Hampshire Pl'ivate
parties.
Competitive
A welcome 1tome party for Linda
Indians living in the area had real- loosa Western Pleasure Steak class. ram and Champion Hampshire ewe, awards will be granted applicants and Jim Pere was given by their
ized that the spring waters had In other words, Bonnett brought Champion Hi 4-H Showmanship who were in the upper third of friends July 4 at the home of Donmedicinal value. In 1887, Captain home the 'bacon for Willow Glen round robin. In the Livestock their graduating class from high na Lux, 2233 Park Place. Guests
Charles Fitzallen had come down Farm.
judging contest first place trophy school, or at Grossmont College, included the honorees, Don and
with scurvy, had left his ship at
went to the team of Paul Kistrup, declare intent to enter the teach- Myrna Coleman, Paul Mon Dragon,
San Diego to settle in the area
Jr., Jim Chapple, Ron Mangels and ing professions, indicate financial Donna Lux, Scott Newman, Greg
For the past few weeks Mr. Mac B0 b Sh 00k E h k
th t
h
and had been cured within a
•
ac eeps e rop Y need, and demonstrate service to Northrup, Julie Drogo, Rex Hultz,
month. Isham felt the waters has been working with Bob Smith's a quarter of a year. Highest in- school or community.
Margaret Vigil and Roy Estrada ..
could do wonders for his daughter young gelding, Cahava's Cayuse. dividual points in 4-H division
A
Scholarship
Committee
will
The
refreshments and dancing
AI
most every day Mr. Mac and 2ave Paul Kistrup, Jr. a trophy.
-and could make a fortune for
review applications and grant were enjoyed by all of the young
Cayuse have been co~ing across Sewing brought Pam Ruk.stel.is, and awards.
people.
him.
Students receiving grants will be
-c:
1:1
(I
Inquiries showed him that a San the road to use the rmg ·here at Marsha Nichols first place ribWillow
Glen,
and
they
have
really
bons,
and
Jan
Trauber,
Rhonda
1
Francisco land company held the been having some good workouts. Nichols, and Kathie Finnerty sec- encouraged to contribute to the
The Crest PTA is planning a bus
title to the Jamacho Rancho on Mr. Mac reports that Cayuse is set- ond ribbons. In Baked Goods Pam scholarship funds as their future trip on Tuesday, August 4. The
which the spring was located. A tling down to being a fine riding Rukstelis, Kay Bennington, Marsha individ~al earnings permit, after j aU-day fun fest will include a visit
trip to San Francisco resulted in horse, and last Sunday Bob Smith Nichols, Jan Trauber, Debbie Press graduatmg from college.
Continued on Page 7
some kind of agreement between
Cayuse
is
a
two-yearand
Teresa
Trauber
won
first
rib·
rode
him.
him and the company and a lease
for the area. He failed to tell the old Appaloosa, and is a big colt bons. Second ribbons went to
Christina Lorah, Rhonda Nichols,
company, however, that he in- with lots of power and action.
'ft
a
~
Donna
Rukstelis, Debbie Press, Pat
tended to exploit the spring waters commercially.
Believe that I have Melva Riley Connors, Rita Lorah and Karen
He established himself in the J convinced that she should start Stone. Gary and Larry Day won
Sweetwater area, set up a small working on the riding trail project first place ribbons in Electricity.
bottling plant near one of the two that everyone else has been talk- In are AMGR Dairy Goat show in
little lakes into which the spring ing about for a number of years the Goat Division first place Showpoured its waters, engaged the but have done nothing about. Like manship and Reserve Grand Chamservices of a Mrs. Chittenden to everyone else who rides here in pion Nubian, Jr. Champion of yeartake care of his children-in addi- the Alpine area, Melva is getting ling group, and Reserve Jr. Chamtion to the services of Captain Fitz- tired of riding the same old trail. pion of Yearling Group, Reserve
Continued on Page 7
Continued on Page 6
allen who had been cured by the
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SOUTHWEST CORNER
Grossmont College
OHers Scholarships
HORSES
1
AlwayI
break
matches
in two!
spri~g w~ters-and_ began to_ e~tabhsh his connections for dJstribution. T}le stage was set for
drama and intrigue.
The San Francisco land company
soon found out that Isham exploited the water commercially and
one of their men, by the name of
Sanford, went to the scene. Isham
was in New York at the time, and
Sanford had little difficulty in persuading Mrs. Chittenden that he
was the legal owner of the property. A day later, the spring water was stiH being bottled, but no
longer in Isham's name as Sanford took over.
In New York, Isham received an
unsigned telegram warning him to
"look out" for his spring. He
rushed back to San Diego and
found Mrs. Chittenden and Sanford bottling the spring water under Sanford's label. With a hammer, the furious Isham smashed
Continued on Page 7
PAID ADVERTISEMENT
----------------------------
JOURNEY INTO TOMORROW
By CAROL BAKER
All life is geared to tomorrow, especially in our decade of fast
change, with accent on new discoveries in space and .t ime. Our eyes
are focused on the way ~mt there. Every astronaut and scientist
searches the horizons of outer space for the answers to space control.
How far ~an we go into tomorow? And if we do succeed in moving
into another atmosphere 5,000 light years away from earth, how many
tomorrows away from today will we be?
Yes, it won't be long before we have a Company for Better Planetary Relations, and space executives with traveling secretaries, flying
to Mars for conferen<:es. Not too far away and yet, before we can
1Jhink of tomorrow we must still think IQ£ ·today. A very good way for
the young of heart to prepare for tomorrow today is to visit John's
Mobile Homes, at 1160 E . Main Street, in El Cajon, telephone 442-9227.
See their di&play of custom built mobile homes and trailer travelers.
John's Mobile Homes feature one of San Diego's largest displays of
mobile -homes, including the "Mayflower," "Plymouth," "Pilgrim,"
"Puritan" and "Majestic," for your pleasant journey into tomorrow.
See John's Mobile Homes today, you'll be glad you did tomorrow.
·It's a way of life tailored to the needs of the young and the retired.
Week days open 'til 8 p.m. Saturday and Sunday 'til 6 p.m.
Be sure
fireS
are out
cold!
Crush
all
smokes
dead\
__..,_,,.,"""~
PLEASE!
Only v.ou can PREVENt FOREST FIRES
.,
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THE ALPINE ECHO
------------------------------------------------Local Businessman
July 9, 1964
ALPINE ECHO
Continued from Page 1
ing a firebreak around it and hac'
it contained when the first piece
An Independent Weekly Newspaper
of fire fighting equipment arrived.
P. 0. Box 8
545 Alpine Heights Rd.
The Fire Department was able to
ALPINE, CALIFORNIA
.
contain the fire and prevent its
445-2616
, spreading which resulted in a
E. L. FREELAND ................................................................... EDITOR
small area burned and no damage
Bea LaForce ................................................................ Feature Editor
Margaret C. Lowthian .............................................. Mav.aging Editor
to any buildings or structures.
The custodian of the Fire Sta·
Entered as Second Class matter and Second Class postage
· paid at the Post Office at Alpine, C'alifornia
tion, Mr. Fey, stated that there
was difficulty in gett ing the siren
Adjudicated a newspaper of General Cir<'ulation by the Superior
to operate for this fire call. As a
Court of San Diego County, California, Nov. 12, 1959. DecreP
No. 638,684. Legally qualified to publish all Legal Notices.
result of t his difficulty, arrangements have been made for a thor·
Subscription Rates: Single Copy Price............ ..................10 cents
ough check of the siren and its
In San ];)iego County:
Outside San Diego County
electrical equipment by Mr. Ted
Per year ..........................$3.00
Within U. S. .................... $3.50
Clute of the Tri-Ele~ric Company
:Two years ........................$5.50
Outside U. S................... $4.50
in El Cajon, and a technician from
the Telephone Company today to
see whether the difficulty can be
found. The siren has never OP·
We had the opportunity Y·esterday to read Issue No. erated satisfactorily since it was
1, of Volume I, of a new publication being published in struck by lightning some time ago.
San Diego by a group of supporters of the Democratic The cause of the fire was not
Party.
stated in the firemen's report.
.'
ESTABLISHED OCTOBER 10, 1958
DEMOCRATS SPEAK OUT
The new publication is called "The Southern California Democrat," with the Slogan "Published in the
Interest of Good Government," and is to be published
monthly for the purpose of acquainting members of the
Democratic Party in regard to the Democratic candidates
for the various offices to be voted on in November, and to
further acquaint the members of the Democratic Party
and the general public in regard to the danger of electing
any Republican candidate to these offices.
This publication, of course, is a "must" reading for
all of the Democratic Party faithful for obvious reasons,
and should be a "must" reading for all of the Republicans and unaffiliated voters in ord·er that they might be
advised in regard to the way that the other two-thirds of
the population thinks.
We were particularly interested in two of the items
in this first issue. One had to do with the staging of the
Republican National Convention in the "Cow Palace" in
San Francisco. It commented on the fact that the Cow
Palace obtained its name from the fact that at the time
it was constructe-d, a news r.eporter commented that the
Federal Government was building a palace for cows when
a large number of the citizens were in dire financial circumstances. The fact that the Government, at that time,
was headed by a Democrat named Franklin !Delano Roosevelt, who had a rather strong control over the spending
of public money, was completely overlooked. The Editor
should be more careful.
The other items dealt with the recent CORE project
at two of the Bank of America branches in San Di€go. The
article' was a blow~by-blow, illustrated description of the
goings-on. From the article it was difficult to teil how it
entered into the present political situation. The Democratic party is now in power.
W € are not representatives, nor agents, for this pub·
lication, but will watch its progress with interest.
LAW IN ACTION
GUNS
The right to bear arms shall
not be infringed. So says the
federal constitution, but you'll
find no such word in our State
constitution, For the state can
and does regubear- ~
[IJ~"R
o"'
.late othe
f arms.
mg
~
~
The state ~
':ii
may flatly ~
~
prohibit ~
sword canes,
• ~"'rn 1\\1 •
Spanish stil'
ettos, and other dangerous
weapons, and it regulates
weapons that might be concealed on a person such as
guns, blackjacks, metal
knuckles, explosives, and certain knives and daggers.
All guns that can be concealed can still be carried by
qualified, licensed persons.
The State Department of Justice clears adults who may
seek a permit. The local police approves the application.
All pistols have identification numbers to aid the state
.n keeping track of owners.
Gu~ dealers must keep accurate sales records.
For the most part the law
does not apply to guns with
barrels over 12 inches long
such as rifles and shotguns.
Thus it is a crime to saw oft
the barrel of a shotgun and
carry it around without a permit.
Illegal possession alone of
an illegal weapon is a felony,
a most serious crime, even it
the weapon is an heirloom,
curio, or keepsake-unless it
is an antique incapable of
firing.
Certain people cannot own
or possess guns at aU-aliens,
ex-felons, and drug addicts.
They commit a felony merely
by having a pistol.
Because weapons are highly
dangerous, people who lawfully have them must handle
them with the utmost care.
Even a slight deviation from
their normal use can be negligence for which they may
be liable.
Note: California lawyers offer this column $0 you may kMw about our law1.
Bird Reports
Continued from Page 1
to obtain more favorable action."
The letter from Mr. Richardson
reads as follows: "The matter of
the pedestrian crossing in Alpine
has been reviewed. The area in
which the crossing is located is
posted for 40 miles. an hour with
50 mile per hour post ings easterly
and westerly of the 40 mile zone.
Visibility to the crossing is a
minimum of 600 feet on both approaches and an engineering study
of speeds through the area in accordance with the laws governing
speed zones shows no warrant for
reducing the posted speed.
"We have ordered the installation of warning signs in advance
of the pedestrian crossing, War·
rants for traffic signals at this
location do not exist at the present
time.
"We will schedule a similar review of traffic conditions in Pine
Valley in the near future and will
advise you of our conclusions regarding that location.''
CALIFORNIA
SPEAKS
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Workers are busy on the construction of the new home for Mr.· and
Mrs. William Arnett on the Palo Verde Ranch.
Echo Photo.
Intimate Glimpses
Continued from Page 1
Continued from Page 1
bedrooms, two full
1 have three
coffee and oriental teas were not j baths, .and n combination family
available. This tea is said to be a . room-kitchen, as well as a large
very cheering hot drink. Licorice ' living room.
tea is used in place of water in I Bud Cooper is the owner and
some countries because, while it operator of the well-known Bud's
is reputed to be 50 times as sw ~et i Barber Shop in the center of Al·
as cane sugar it has the remark· pine.
Mrs. Cooper, who has
able power to quench thirst.
· lived in Alpine for most of her
'A'
tz
! life since moving here at age 10,
Cowboy tea is one name for the is th e daughter of Ted Whitt, Sr .
brew made from a plant found in They have two boys, Val who is
arid lake beds in the Rocky Moun· 13, and Vic who celebrated his
tain regions. The Indians were : eighth birthday this week.
brewing it when the Mormons ar· ! Tom and Joan Nichols, from
rived and adopted it renaming it whom the Cooper's purchased
Brigham Young tea. Since a lot of their homesite, moved into their
the early western travelers re· new home located on the remain·
ceived it from the natives it is also ing acreage on South Grade Road
called, Teamster's tea, American last April. The home being built
Desert Tea, Squaw tea, and many by th e Arnetts is also in the same
other names. Seems everyone who general area of these two new
tried it gave it his own name. It homes.
is described as having a delicious
Just over the hill fro m t hese
flavor and aroma. One old west- three new homes, and located on
ern cowboy said that only proves the Easterly side of the big Palo
how thirsty those people were Verde Ranch hill, the adobe home
when they drank it. Then there's for Mr. and Mrs. Ben Polak, Jr., is
this advice called: Chinese Recipe beginning construction. The con·
For When Teas Taste Best, "When crete slab is due to be poured
one's heart and hands are idle, shortly, and at the present time
when one's thoughts are disturbed, n o sign of the home is visible
when shut up in one's home all from the road. Ruth and· Ben Poday , when charming friends visit. lak have designed a rather unique
In a quiet secluded room with old home for themselves with t he pro·
photos, antiques, painting memen· fessional hel p of the firm of Freeland & Bird, San Diego.
toe, and sweet memories."
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1
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THOMAS CAHILL, S. F. Police
Chief, denying cops are cynical
and tough- "We may hold in our
emotions, but we are human be·
ings, and inside we feel things as
strongly as anybody else."
ROBERT J. CARR, Saeto.-"If
the founding fathers considered
public evidence of belief and trust
in God to be mixing church and
state, why did they affirm their
belief in the Creator when they
signed the Declaration of Independence?"
BERNICE LUEB, 6 ft., 6 in. S.F.
registered nurse, on tall-girl fashxons-"If I wear flat shoes people
KNOW how much of the height is
me. With three-inch heels they
have to do a little speculating."
BILL GYORGY, Milbrae, on
"demoeracy"-"Any word that can
be used to suggest the despotic
political doctrines of Soviet Russia
aiJ.d . the treasured princip~es of
Americanisms ·has certainly lost
every vestige of its usefulness."
SIGNE GUSTAFSON WALKER,
retiring dean of girls at S. F. high
school-"I have been happy doing
what I wanted to do all my life.
Retirement is just an opportunity
to accomplish some of the .many
things I haven't had time for."
MRS. JOHN Q. UPTON, Laguna
Beach, on anti-Pay TV initiative"The question is, do I believe it
right and just to vote a legitimate
business out of its lawful right to
operate?"
JUDGE PAUL JACKSON, sightless San Luis Obispo jurist-"Blind·
ness is only an impediment, not a
handicap."
,New Construction
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS
1964 SCHEDULE
The 1964-65 f ootball season is just around the corner.
The San Diego Chargers will start their sch€dule w it h a
home night game against Denver on August 8. The Chargers have brought excellent prof.essional football to San
Diego. The games are home games unless otherwise
designated.
Pre-Season
August
August
August
August
8-Denver ..............................................Night
15-Huston (at Little Rock) ....... - ....... _.Night
22-at Kansas City..................................Night
29---New York ........................................Night
(Site as yet undetermined)
September 5-0aJ.dand ..... .... -................................. JNight
Riegular Season
Septembie:r 12~Houston ............................................Night
September 20-Boston ..................................................Day
September 26-at Buffalo ....................... _...............Night
October
3-at New York ................................. _..Night
October
9-at Boston .......................................... Night
October
18-Denver ......................... -..........-..-....... -.. Day
October
25-at Houston ........................................... j)ay
November !-Oakland ................................ _.............Day
November 8-at Denv€r ............................ -...... -........ Day
November 15-at Kansas City ............... -.................... Day
November 22-Bye
November 26-Buffalo ...................................-............ Day
December 6-New York ................................:...........Day
December 13-Kansas City ......... .'....................... -........ Day
D€cember 20-at Oakland ..........................................Day
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July 9, 1964
Page Fiva
THE ALPINE ECHO
relaxation for the Palo Verde friends and neighbors in the Val· and it turneP, its head striking
folks.
David in the nose and br.eaking it.
ley, Jim!
w
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Mr. and Mrs. Auren Pierce of
Palo Verde Ranch, Alpine, spent
four days last week at Palm
Springs where they attended the
Exchange Club convention.
By ROY WALLIN
A "long-time, no-see" visitor
last weekend was Boyd Valdez and
his wife, formerly of Lyons Valley
and presently of San Diego, who
was frequently seen horseback on
our mountain trails, and a former
member of the "Mountain Star
Twirlers."
Crest Couple United in Candlelight Ceremony
Ruth Hutchison, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyle
Hutchison, former Crest resident, became the bride of
Sherman Patstone, in a candlelight ceremony at the
Chapel of the Valley, El Cajon, Saturday, July 4. The
groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Patstone of the
Crest, and is an Airman Second - - - - - - - -- - ·- - Class stationed at Castle Air Force
B~~
ALPINE
I
The bride, given in marriage by By DEBBIE MARSHALL
her father, wore white satin with .I The World's Fair is wonderful!
a white lace jacket, a white satin I so says Mrs. Katherine Black who
crown with lace . veil, and_ carried has returned from a week's trip to
a bouquet of white carnations and • see it. She flew east and after
roses.
spending three days in a compreRev. Gerald Woodhouse, pastor hensive tour of the fair that left
of .t~e Crest Community Church, as she said, tired, but pleased, sh~
officiated .at the ceremony..
visited friends in the city before
':fhe bndal attendants, m tur- returning home.
qoise gowns, were Janice Koelier,
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maid-of-honor, and bridesmaids,
The joke is on Mava Wilson this
Gerrie and Jo Anne Patstone, sisseason
speaking of fairs, county,.
ters of the groom. Candlelighter s
were Paula Hutchison, sister of the we mea~. Las~ year Mava won
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airls were Cheryl and Bobbie Card : 1ent ]e Ies an preserves.
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and Andrew Card served as rmg- ; other list of such delicacies from
bearer. The best man was Rodney h
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Rhoades from Castle Air Force er I c e~, u • usy ~I
Base ushers were Le Roy Gibson other creative work, sewmg, s~e
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forgot to enter her products m
and wayne ~ross, and Michael the fair so did not get a chance to
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Thornt on presided over the guest
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this years oversight. Were sure
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The bride's mother wore a tur- 1 s e 11 wm, 00•
qoise satin-taffeta gown with a
lace overlay and white accessories, j Mrs. James (Ma~y~ Ansel-l _1s
and the groom's mother was at· away for a 10-day VlSit to. her SIS·
tired in a jersey turqoise Arnel ter, Lucy, Mrs. W. M. Tipple in
print with white accessories. The Santa Ana.
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bridal party all wore corsages of
pink carnations.
Another sister visit was enjoyed
Following the ceremony the 200 by Mrs. Hollis (Evalena) Mancill
guests attended a r eception at the on South Grade road, whose sister,
church. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Starn· Mrs. Grace Smith of San Diego
back of the Crest made and dec- spent the weekend bringing along
orated the lovely wedding cake.
her cute little daughter, 20-monthFamily and close friends went old Frances. The small girl was
to the bride's home, 1370 Madison, having a real fine time admiring
to watch the young couple open the farm animals until the donkey
their gifts. A buffet supper was 1 brayed at her and frightened her
served.
into the house to hide for the rest
The newlyweds are now at home of the day. She couldn't be con·
at Winton, near Castle Air Force vinced that Becky was only showBase, where "Fuzzy" reported for ing · her affection for little children.
duty Tuesday.
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Stopping for a few restful hours
on their return trip from Ense·
nada, Mexico, last weekend were
Betty and Ralph Okey, and their
daughter, of La Mesa; and Lynn
Coffey, of La Jolla-part owners
of "Hidden Valley Ranch."
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Up for a brief respite from the
hum-drum life, we also said
"Howdy" to Hilda and Tony Jansen, and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stahl
and their children who were visiting the Jansens.
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"Deerhorn Invaded by Las Vegans" might well be a headline for
last weekend with Terry and Gene
White and their family, Marion
and "Curly" Boyd and their family, the former Pattie Boyd and
her husband, and Frances Welker,
all formerly of our valley, paying
our community an unexpected
visit over the Fourth. Of the
group, Terry White and her three
sons, remained to re-establish
residence on her ranch, "Rancho
del Blanco."
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Seen on the "Hill" with a group
of friends, celebrating nothing in
particular with a group picnic,
were Mr. and Mrs. R. K. Roberts.
One question, R. K. (alias "Doc,"
alias "Slow-draw"), who told the
bos'n mate on watch to press the
Red Alert buzzer?
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Captivating the patrons at the
Lodge with his "sea stories" concerning his exploits as a Marine
in World War One, Charlie Arm·
strong and his side-kick, Can, both
of Monte Robles Acres, had the local folk in stitches; which they
terminated with an exhibition reflecting the epitome in automobile
handling and maneuvering skill
(and this ain't easy from the back
seat!)
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The Young Republicans Picnic
at Barrett Lake Estates "last Saturday, the Fourth of July, was a
tremendous success with the prin·
cipal speaker, Mr. Don Warden,
President of the National AfroAmerican Association, highlighting
t he afternoon's festivities. Good
food, pop-corn, soft drinks, balloons, etc., all lent a holiday air
to the crowd of approximately 600
people.
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David Heinz spent last week at
the Del Mar Fair. He stayed in the
dormitory provided · for 4-H and
FFA members and reP,orts a very
enjoyable time.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Mowery, formerly of 1935 Harbison Canyon Road,
and now residing in San."Francisco
are visiting at the home . of their
son-in-law and daughter, 1\~r. and
Mrs. Robert Phelps.
Miss Laura Pratt of Norwalk is
spending a two-week vacation at
the home of her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. John Heinz.
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John Bennett was busy over the
Fourth of July holiday, trenching
and laying new irrigation lines at
his home on Dehesa Road.
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Photo processing has been delayed due to the holiday so your
reporter's picture story of the De~
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hesa youngsters at the fair will be
One last item ... there's a mysin next week's issue.
tery on the "H ill~'! Who or what
is "El Tico"? Two signs (one at
Highway 94, and the other at Bratton's place) indicate that he, she, By LORNA FERGUSON
or it is up hyar. Listen in next
Activities have started to move
week and we may have an answer! along with tl).e or ganization formed
for the [email protected] of fun for, all ages,
under the.., 1eadership • of Don
Palthe. There will be ~wim day
By KATHRYN HEINZ
each Tuesday and Thursday at InMrs. William Bowlen Sr. left dian Rock Ranch, 8696 Harbison
Wednesday by plane for an ex- Canyon Road. On Tuesday from
tended vacation in the San Fran- 11 until 4, the 12 and under age
cisco bay area.
group may swim, and on Thursday
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from 11 until 4 the 13 to 19 age
Mr. and Mrs. John Heinz and group will be allowed to swim.
Sons attended a "home town" pic· During the same hours, reversing
nic in Houghton Park, Long Beach the age groups, the Community
Sunday. Over 200 were in attend- Hall will be open and there will
ance and many old acquaintances be a game period, offering pingwere renewed. They were joined pong, badminton, slot racing, and
by their daughter and family, Mr. volleyball. For the information of
and Mrs. Andre Pratt of Norwalk. the parents who may not be familiar with this group-there will
Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson be adequate chaperones at both
have rented one of the Joseph the Community Hall and swimming
Budurin homes on Dehesa Road pool plus a life guard. The charge
and are in the process of getting for swimming will be 35c.
settled.
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Beulah Culver returned last
Mr. and Mrs. Ken Jefferies have weekend from a tour that took
moved from Dehesa to Pine Valley, her from San Diego t o Jasper, Alwhere they will manage the Pine berta, Canada. The highlight of
the trip, according to Beulah, was
Valley Stables.
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Lake Louise and Banff. They
Eighty friends and neighbors stayed at the famous Chateau Lake
gathered at Willson Grove on De- Louise, which overlooks the lake
hesa Road for a surprise potluck and Victoria Glacier. Other main
party honoring Mr. and Mrs. Al points of inter~st, to her, were the
Tift on their 25th wedding anni- Grand Tetons, m the Jackson HO'le
versary June 27. Mr. and Mrs. Tift : cotmtry and Yellowstone Park,
have been Dehesa r esidents for the ., where they encountered a real
past 12 years and have two chil· snow storm. "It was a wonderful
dren James 18 and Marla 8 I trip and beautiful scenery, but I
Mrs.' Russell Kl~esson and Mrs: was real glad to get home," said
John Willson Sr. were in charge Beulah.
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of the guest book· and the cake
Dog
The
local
Cooties
celebrated
was prepared by Mrs. Henry Brockmeier and Mrs. Wally Riggs pre- Patch Day on July 4 evening, at
their pup tent. After a short meetpared a money tree.
ing,
Jack and Jean, of the tavern,
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supplied a spaghetti dinner and
David Carlin is in Grossmont
music for dancing, on the patio.
Hospital with a broken nose, sus- Everyone was invited and from the
tained while petting a neighbor's crowd that gathered, it seemed as
Continued on Page 8
horse. David was petting the horse
More
were
Molly and AI Williams who came
from Brandon, Manitoba, Canada,
to spend a week with old friends,
Mr. and Mrs. Jules Shankman who
live at Tappy's Motel. Mr. Wil·
Iiams is a retired Post Master from
the Canadian town having served
in that office for 40 years. Mr.
Shankman is also retired from his
life as a professional music direcThe weekend was darkened by
tor. He is now taking violin stu- a sad note; our neighbor from up
dents at his home on Highway 80. Monte Robles way, Jim Fouts,
who's been working over at BorCt
The residents and lot owners of r ego Springs as a plumber, was
Palo Verde enjoyed a Fourth of caught by a gas explosion last
July picnic at the lake. Margaret week, severely burning his face
Rader made four gallons of home- and arms. He was brought home
made ice cream, all of which was by ambulance, to recuperate at
consumed by the large group. The home under the loving care of his
lake and beach ar ea on Palo Verde wife, Doris. A speedy and comfurnished a great deal of fun and plete recovery from all your
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Also up for the long July Fourth
weekend were Marila and Otto
Becker's children, Annalee and
J im Hagan, and Barbara and Pete
Shopp, and their respective fami·
lies.
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Mrs. Marta Krause, of Spring
Valley and Deerhorn V a I 1 e y
Ranch, is spending a week in a
lodge in the Laguna Mountains
with her grand-children; Lori and
Scott Freeman; and Lisa, Karen,
and Rick Wallin; prior to her departure for a summer vacation in
Germany in August.
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Did you happen to see the sign
down at Grossmont Shopping Center some months ago during National Secretary's Week stating,
"Hoo Neads Wun?" ; and this week
down at the Mission Valley Shopping Center featuring "The Tops
in Bathing Suits!" Reckon with
this latest craze in top-less bath·
ing suits, some of the women-folk
are determined to put up a good
front or bust!
DEERHORN
VALLEY
Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Patstone who were married Saturday. Mrs.
Patstone is the former Ruth Hutchison.
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The Lemon Grove Congregation·
al Church Choir will sing at the
Alpine Community Church during
the 9:45 a.m. service on Sunday,
July 12. This fine choir will af·
.... ford much pleasure and inspiralicn to those in attendance.
HARBISON
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SPECIAL
ON
LEE RIDERS
Alpine Hardware & Dept. Store
445-2406
P. 0 . Box 118
2218 Hiway 80
LAKESIDE FUNERAL
CHAPEL
Located 2 Miles North of Hiway 80
In the Center of Lakeside
A COMPLETE FUNERAL
Including
BEFORE NEED FUNERAL
PLANNING
Virgil and Mary Sherrill, Managing Owners
443-2009
VIRGIL SHERRILL
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Six
July 9, 1964
THE ALPINE ECHO
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KITCHEN
CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING
90 MISCELLANEOUS FOR SALE 112-LANDSCAPING, SUPPLIES
·.Classified Advertising
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RATES 111m LINE PER ISSUE
USED FREEZER - almost new
One ·Issue only ............... . ..... 30o
Westinghouse, 10 cu. ft. Must
Two consecutive Issues .. .. -.• -.. •• 28c
sell. 442-9236.
Four consecutive Issues . . . . . . . . . . . 27c
PINE ACRES TREE NURSERY
Shade trees for this areareasonable
1267 Arnold Wy, Alpine 445-3037
or Ql6re conse"•ttlve Issues . . . . 25c
'51 INTERNATIONAL Truck, %. T.
Minimum Three Lines
It's a work horse With all the
The. Alpine ·Echo wm not be responsl·
ble foi more than one Incorrect ln~erextras.
Westinghouse elec. stove, 117-AUTO SERVICE & GARAGE
·tton or any advertisement, and reserves
4 burner, full size oven. Maytag II
the rlg!lt to adjust In full any error
bv a correct Insertion.
LUTZ'S GARAGE
elec. dryer. Hotpoint auto. wash:· The Alpine Echo reserves the rtgb\
HI 5-2967
to revlee or restrict any advertisement It
er. 469-3655.
Day and Night Towing Service
dl!ems objectionable and to change the
cl'a&!lttcatlon from that ordered to conCOMPLETE MOTOR SERVICE
torq1 to tbP uollcy of this newspaper
AAA Club Emergency Service
95-MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS
Harold, George and Larry
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HAMMOND ORGAN. PR 40. Tone I;
Hwy. 80 at Tavern Rd. Alpine 1
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cabinet. 445-3752.
Deadline For Classified Ads
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96-TELEVISION & RADIO
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TUESDAY NOON
TV SERVICE
4-SPECIAL NOTICES
B & W and Color
AVON REPRESENTATIVE
PEGGY STRICKLAND
445-3708
Dependable Service
Honest Prices
40 Years In Electronics
BE IN THE SHADE when you buy,
sell and trade at the SANTEE
SWAP MEET, 8790 Cuyamaca,
Santee. 448-9804.
George Lengbridge
445-3885
Alpine
5-TRAVEL & TRANS.
lOt-FURNITURE & RUGS
Western Greyhound Lines
(Division ot Greyhound Corp.)
j
Alpine, CalHomJa
ALBERT E. ALDER
Agent
2251 Highway 80
445-2123
445-4083
11-SERVJCES OFFERED
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RIBBONS, ENGRAVING
FOR ALL EVENTS
Norbob Trophy Co.
445-3123
445 Arnold Way
Alpine
HORSE SHOEJl'.lG. NED COLLINS.
Corrective work a specialty. Ph.
HI 2·3987.
442·1020
Ted Whitt Plumbing
575 Cypress Lane, El Cajon
JIM WHITT
Tuneups • Brake Service
Don Dinius- New Owner
445·2132
Hiway 80, Alpine
120-Trucks, Tractors, Campers
l962 FORD lh-ton pickup, 4 speed.
Water Dist. Will take offers.
443-3851.
Handy
Household Hints
(For Harried Homemakers)
AL WICKENS
ALPINE APPLIANCE SALES AND
SERVICE. Household and Com·
merciaI. TV service available.
You name it and we can fix it
or get it. 445-2157, after 7 p.m.
445-4194.
LOCKSMITH
Hilltop Supply
Guatay
473-8461 or 445-2133
GOLD SEAL CLEANERS. Free
pick-up and delivery. Mt. Em·
pire area. 466-5957.
LANDSCAPE DESIGN
RUSTIC FENCES
RUSTIC SIGNS
445-2978
21-EMPLOYMENT FOR WOMEN
YOUNG LADY to share beautiful
surroundings in University City.
Swimming pool, three children,
12-1()-5. Lt. housework, exchange for rm. & bd., plus $10
per wk. after 7 p.m. 453-4509.
Continued from Page 2
July 5, to return to their home in
Gilroy, after spending a week visiting at the home of Gary's parents,
How about a nice cool salad for Mr. and Mrs. Chet Dorman.
your summer menu? The old
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s tandby, coleslaw can be fixed in
Familiar faces who will be greats o many ways. Using cabbage, ly missed in Descanso are Russell
f or a heartier salad, add a can of I and Lola Wick, and daughter, Lisa.
t una or salmon. Use mayonnaise The Wicks recently closed their
dressing or sour cream dressing. business, Lamplighter Gifts, in
For a lighter salad, add fruit, such Guatay, and last week moved to
as pineapple chunks (drained), Yuma, Ariz., where they will be
sIiced bananas, tiny whole green 1 associated with Desert Crafts Co.
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grapes, slices of unpeeled apple .. j Good luck to you from all your
mix red and white cabbage for a 1 friends.
variety of color . . . salted peanuts,
add crunch.
Raymond and Goldie Mitchell of
Nestor, have purchased the Wick
COLESLAW
residence, and wiH be moving in
1 small head cabbage
soon. Welcome to the community .
72 green pepper
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% medium onion
Guests
at
the
home
of Mr. and
1 carrot
Mrs. Forrest Still~ are their son,
Fill blender with half the cored Robert, his wife, Pam, and their
cabbage wedges, green pepper, four-year-old son, Christian, who
onion, and carrot. Add cold water are here on a visit from Carlsbad,
to within one inch of the top. N. M.
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Cover, and blend not more than 4 1
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seconds. Empty, draining thr~ugh ! Girl Scouts Cheryl Salgado, Marsieve; repeat, shredding remaining tha Sykes Rina Kor and Peggy
vegetables. Deli~ious served with I' Thierens, ~long with leaders Virgsour-cream dressmg. Enough for inia Salgado and Grace Thierens
six.
left on Monday to spend several
days camping at Green Valley
SOUR-CREAM DRESSING
FaUs.
1 egg
1 T vinegar
Nora Blair and daughters, ·Phyl1 tsp. dry mustard
' lis and Norma, are home after a
trip which took them through sev1 tsp. sugar
1 cup sour cream
eral western states, and for a visit
with Mrs. Blair's daughter and sonPut the egg, vinegar, dry mus- in-law, Ray and Pat Martinez, who
tard, and sugar into the blender live near Denver, Colo. Mrs. Blair
container. Cover, and blend 1 min- was blessed with a new baby gr and·
u~e. Stop; a~d sour cr_eam, and daughter, Margaret Dawn, while
g1ve ~lende: JUst. one ~h1rl. (~ver- they were in Colorado. The new
blendmg Will thm thts dressmg). 1 baby has a two-and-a-half-year-old
Makes about 11,4 cups.
sister, Phyllis Ann.
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Do you have cracked dishes
which you would hate to lose? If
HAY by bale or ton. Deliver by the cracks are not too deep, you
ton. George's Flying A Service. can probably make them invisible
445-2443.
by boiling the dish in sweet milk
for
about an hour, over low heat.
ALFALFA HAY. Delivered, bales
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This is a wonderful way to keep
or ton. 445-3641.
KIDNEY BEAN SALAD
Tony and NeUie White have
intact those pieces that are so 2 cups drained cooked kidney
taken over the Flying A Cafe at
109-DOGS AND CATS
hard to replace.
beans
Descanso Junction, and will hold
i 1.4 cup diced celery
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their grand opening July 18, with
POINTER pups. AKC Reg. ChamI
hope
you
don't
toss
and
turn
3 pickles, chopped (dill or sweet) a fish fry, and will feature live
pion show stock. 445-2393.
at night, but if you do, noisy bed 1 small onion, minced
I music for the evening. Everyone
is invited to attend.
springs won't help bring on rest· 2 hard-cooked eggs., sliced
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ful slumber. Instead of oiling the lh tsp. salt
spring and thereby staining sheets, ~-~ tsp. pepper
Get well wishes are extended to
spray on liquid wax, and out go %, cup mayonnaise or sour cream Al Reynolds who is recuperating
Mix beans, celery, pickles, onion. in El Cajon Valley Hospital after
the squeaks.
Add eggs, seasonings, and mayon- undergoing surgery July 2.
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Put your plants on an egg diet. naise, mixing lightly. Chill thor- •
Garnish with grated
Save eggshells, ·PUt them in water, oughly.
cheese.
and let stand for several hours. :
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Water plants with this liquid. The ;
GOURMET POTATO SALAD
1 Would suggest that some of you
lime extracted from the eggshells
! 3 cups cubed cold boiled potatoes I folks that ride get in touch with
will greatly benefit the plants.
Melva and work with her to get
I 1 T finely chopped onion
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Diced whites of 2 hard-cooked
this very much needed project unGrind a small amount of left· [
eggs
derway. If we want trails in t his
over cooked meat, and add it to j % tsp. salt
area, we'd better get them now. A
any standard muffin or biscuit IDash of pepper
few more years from now and it
mix. Serve the meat muffins hot, j Mashed yolks of 2 hard-cooked
will be too late.
topped with a quick sauce made
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eggs
1 from undduted mushroom soup. l2; 3 cup sour cream
1
The little palomino colt at t he
Yummy!
12 T vinegar
Gaults place in the big pasture at
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1 tsp. prepared mustard
the corner of Tavern Road and
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All of you Izaak Waltons are % tsp. celery seeds
South Grade Road isn't a palomino
naturally going to catch scads of 12 T mayonnaise
any more. He is getting to be a
fish this summer-more than you 1/3 cup sweet relish
beautiful chestnut, which I personcan use at one time. When you
Place potatoes, onion, and egg ally think is more handsome.
freeze the surplus, do so with the whites in bowl. Sprinkle with salt
fish submerged in water. When and pepper. Mix remaining in·
frozen, the fish is encased in its bredients; add and toss lightly.
Linda and Laurie Moxey are
.p racticing trail work with their
own airtight container, and no
packaging is needed.
LEMON-LIME SALAD
two horses in the pasture along
Alpine Heights Road. Went by t he
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1 pkg. lemon jello
other day just in time to see them
Add salt to the water in which 1 pkg. lime jello
1 take the low jump, and it looked
eggs are hard-cooked. It hardens
Dissolve in 2 cups boiling water as though they nave quite a
the shell, and makes it much easier -let set until firm-add 2 large jumper with their grey Arab.
to peel off.
stalks celery, 1 cup cottage cheese,
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1 small can crushed ,pineapple, 1
There are a lot of new horses in
cup walnuts, 1 can evaporated
In a pinch, cornstarch can be
milk ((large), 1 cup mayonnaise, 1 the area, some · recently acquired
used in place of eggs when a recipe tsp. horseradish.
by residents here for some time,
calls for more than you have on
Beat by hand-add ingredients and some brought here by new
hand. A tablespoonful is used for to jellO-sets at once.
property owners. Every other
each missing egg.
horseman in the area would like
to get to know you and your
Before You Buy or Sell
horses, so why not give me a call
CONTACT US FIRST
at the Echo office and get ac·
PIERCE
quainted?
REALTY COMPANY
106-LIVESTOCK & SUPPLIES
•••••••••••••••••••• 4
TROPHIES
2-PIECE SECTIONAL-beige, $75,
excellent condition. 444-4294,
after 6 p.m.
DON'S
@i!!JAUTO SERVICE
DESCANSO
Horses!
.CALL
445 - 2616
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ALPINE OFFICE
Complete Notary Service
RENTALS
2237 Highway 80
445-2631
445-3035
WHEN DOCKING BOAT
When docking a boat at a pier ,
points out the National Automobile
Club, you should approach into the
wind or current.
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THE ALPINE ECHO
ALPINE
GARDENER
By JEAN McCULLOUGH
I am sure everyone who visited were quite a number of Bonsai
the Del Mar Fair must have been trees and shrubs displayed, as well
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impressed and delighted with the / as some small three or four inch
display of flowers·, as it was much specimens for sale, and a man
greater than in former years.
there to explain how to start growThe plastic net <:overing over ing them. The trick with this bonthe whole section had been raised sai treatment is keep them alive,
several feet which gave it a feel- but keep then stunted by pruning
ing of airiness and light which en- the tops and roots as well once a
hanced the appearance of all the year or depending how well they
flowers.
grow. Azaleas or small fruits can
It seems as though hanging bas- be grown this way as well as pines.
kets are coming back into favor They would really furnish quite a
judging by the number of them conversation piece.
one saw. Fuchsias <>f so many j There were rock gardens planted
different kinds, ivys also of sev· ' entirely with succulents of differer3~ varieties, lantanas, and a great t-.lt varieties and heights. Eche1
vanety of succulents. Almost any i verias (hen and chickens) tucked
kind of ,p lant which did not have : in for low effect. Kalnnchoe (or
too stiff a stem were used and panda plant) a little higher. There
with very good effect.
:are-a number of stapelia cacti with
Really the Del Mar Fair was a
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wonderful place to see plants at ! variOu~ Sized st~r blossoms. Then
their best. · One could see almost there 15 the mmg succulent that
any kind of flower in its proper gets quite large for the back·
setting and arrangement. There ground.
SOUTHWEST CORNER
Continued from Page 3
in which writer Samuel Hopkins
all bottles bearing Sanford's name Adams called Isham a crook and
Sanford withdrew from the scene, a swindler. It seems that Isham
Mrs. Chittenden cried bitter tears, in his advertising had made vastly
repented, convinced Isham that exaggerated claims about the healshe had been the victim of a fast- ing powers of the water, including
talking city slicker, and all was the statement that the Spring of
fine again.
Perpetual Youth had found its way
Alas, en Isham's next trip to through the earth to California
New York, the same tragi-comedy! and had _emerged in the Sweetwas enacted. Sanford returned · water Sprmg.
began bottling the water under hi~
Isham filed suit against Collier's
name, Isham was tipped off anony- asking .for $100,000 ?amages.. The
mously and rushed back. This case stirred up considerable mtertime, Sanford was better prepared est and damaged his business treto deal with him. He pulled a gun mendously. Sales dropped sharply.
on Isham, fired, but missed him. , Then came the last straw .. IshaJl!
Instead he hit Fitzallen who had I had bought bottles on credit and,
comet~ the scene from the bottling shipping them overland in winter,
house. Fitzallen, bleeding from a they cracked and some $15,?00
kidney wound, was rushed to a :-vorth of water were lost. Claim·
hospital which considerably cooled mg .t hat the bott.les had b~en de·
off the tempers of both Sanford ~ective , Isham tried to avOid payand Isham and Isham remained in mg for them. Now, the money
possession' of the spring. History w_hich the ~pring had earned fo_r
does not tell us what happened to him had dwm~le~ away and cred.I·
the "faithful" housekeeper, but ap- tors were . begmmng to p~rk their
parrently she withdrew
cars on h1s doorsteps. His health
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broke down ~nd he died in New
Fitzallen recovered rapidly de· York of cerebral paralysis in Octospite the seriousness of the wound ber of 1910.
and his age-he was 57. Physicians
For a brief moment, interest in
ascribed this to the healing prop- the spring flared up again, but by
erties of Sweetwater Springs which 1925, the last shipment of a few
had apparently retarded the age- bottles was made and the property
ing process. The San Diego Champassed into the hands of its presber of Commerce, in 1889, ordered ent owner, F. J. Hansen of La
a thorough investigation of the Mesa who could see greater values
spring while Isham, now undis· to be gained from the beautiful
putedly in possession of the spring, land around the spring through
started a nationwide marketing real estate development.
campaign which soon built up a
The old bottling plant has dis·
$1,000,000 business.
appeared today. Not far from the
At the Boston Food Show of highway, water continues to bubble
1900, Isham exhibited his healing out of the ground at the amazing
waters. There, he met a Mrs. Julia rate of 100,000 gallons a day.
B. Adsit of Philadelphia who conPerhaps, in the future, a reser·
fided to him that she was losing voir will be built and the health·
her hair. He averred that this g1vmg waters of Sweetwater
could be cured by the water and Springs will appear on the market
sent her a case. Within a few again. But then again, this may
months, the two were married. never be done, and motorists will
Isham had reached the top of the whizz by within perhaps a 100
world. There was no way to go yards of the spring without knowbut down.
ing it is there, just as they do toFate dealt Isham a stunning blow day.
when his wife died four years
later of pneumonia. Next came an
artic~e in Collier's Weekly in 1906
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Grand Champion and Reserve Sr.
Champion all went to Ron Mangels.
He was the only 4-Her with a dairy
herd shQWing (four milkers make a
herd), the only one with a producing dam (three daughters from the
same mother). He also had a Geta
of Sire (same father for three
daughters). He won also three
seconds, two thirds and a fourth.
Billie Jan Wolfe won Grand Champion Saanen Doe in Dairy.
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Some snakes, according to the
Continued from Page 3
National Automobile Club, have
to the famous wax Museum and been known to live from one to
also Knotts Berry Farm. Tina two years without food by l(lbsorbLuck, PTA Ways and Means chair· ing the fat of their own ~e~.
man, says, "Come <>n, Gals--you
- - -.all know what a wonderful time
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Lee and Jack Mobbs have a new
two·cab Dodge with open road
camper. Dark blue truck and silver and gold camper. The cab car·
ries six, the camper sleeps six.
They equipped it over the weekend
and installed safety belts. Next
weekend they tentatively plan t o
celebrate their lOth anniversary
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(tin and aluminum) and Lee's birth·
Mr. and Mrs. Neal Pere, their
day by joining friends in a trip three children, Jim, Linda and
to Concho, south of Parker Dam 'Tienne and Sue's mother, Mrs.
Helen Crumley, returned July 3
on the Colorado.
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GI Jack Colombo arr ived home Louisiana and Mississippi. From
by air Thursday for a short leave. New Orleans Mrs. Crumley took a
He graduated from basic training jet to New York to visit family
June 5 and was one of t wo selected friends. The Peres stayed with
from a group of 300 for the Armed Neal's brother and family, Mr. and
Special Forces. He expects to Mrs. Dean Pere in New Orleans.
spend eight weeks in Houston in They took in Bourbon Street, ate
Medics and eight weeks in Indiana at Pat O'Brien's nightery and ex·
in paratroop training.
plored the 14 square blocks of the
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world famous French Quarter,
The Ben Matthews have sold visiting m~seums and theaters.
their larger house and arranged Th~y had dmner at Lake P~ntchar­
to rent the smaller house out. Mrs. tra~n, the largest lake m the
Matthews and son Conrad have Umted States, where Sue says the
moved to Camarill~ Hts close to seafood is the finest in the world.
Oxnard to be with Mr. Matthews. In Houma, Louisiana, they stayed
with Neal's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
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Henry Pere. From there they went
A herd of rabbits numbering at to Biloxi, Mississippi, visiting an·
least 500 were seen by Mrs. Jaus- other brother, "Mickey." While in
saud and daughter, Charlene cros· Biloxi, the Peres visited the Jefsing the lower part of their 'land ferson Davis Shrine at beautiful
and the Olivers' acreage about 7 Beauvior Plantation. Coming home
p.m. the Fourth. All sizes in a they made side trips to the Sonora
strip at least 50 feet wide. No Caverns, Texas, and the LBJ Raneh
n oise. They seemed to ~orne from outside of Johnson City. They
the direction of Barrets' across stopped at Tombstone, Arizona,
the road on Maxfield Rd. heading "The town too tough to die," and
in the direction of Mexico. The saw Boot Hill, the O•K Corral and
family remembers hearing of such the Territorial Musuem.
a thing as mass rabbit migrations
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on the Texas plains and such, but
all are very interested in hearing The first baby born on the 4th
if anyone knows anything on this of J uly at Grossmont Hospital was
an 8 lb. girl, Michelle Fern, daughsubject.
ter of Mr. and Mrs. Marlyn Lempka (Sharyn Patstone) former Crest
A school for rabbit raisers, spon- residents. The maternal grandsored by the S. D. Co. Commercial parents are Mr. and Mrs. Clay PatRabbit Growers Assn. was con- stone of 274 Highline Trail.
ducted at the Ramona Women's
Club once a week from June 15
The Lieutenant Sherman E .
to July 6. Those going from our
Denny Auxiliary to Crest VFW
area included Mr. and Mrs. Wissel,
Mr. and Mrs. Art Troesch, and Post 1052 reports a very successMrs. Adele Brink. Subjects in· ful sell-out at their recent bake
eluded hutch making, selective sale held in El Cajon. The philanbreeding, fly control and feeding. thropy funds were reimbursed,
having been seriously depleted
over recent months with acts of
good-will to deserving organiza.
Continued from Page 2
tions.
urday, week before last, she and
her husband, Casey entertained the NOGALES
Chaplain Association of San Diego
Nogales, .Jocated south of Phoe·
County at a potluck chicken bar- nix in Arizona, is reported by the
becue on their ranch , Rolling Oaks National Automobile Club to rank
in Potrero. The husbands, known as one of the top ports of entry
as "trailers" were also invited, and along the Mexican border.
there were 25 people in the group.
Clara Temple, Chaplain of El Cajon Chapter and her husband, Glen
recently returned from the New
York Fair, and they showed slides
of their trip.
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July 9, 1964
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Harbison ·
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if everyone showed up-a real ball
was had by aH.
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Our two young farmer girls did
quite well for themselves at the
County Fair. Jo-Ann Benson's
lamb, Lambchop took first place
and Tammy-Lynne took second
place in the fat class. Dee-Ann
Hamilton's lamb took fifth place
in the breeder class. Both girls
stayed all week at the fair, lived
in -supplied dormitories, taking
their meals in a cafeteria, and generally had a ball. Following the
fair, on Tuesday, the girls and
families were guests of the First
National Bank, Magnolia and Rea
Streets, El Cajon, where they received their checks and were
served refreshments. Nice job.
girls.
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A group of canyonites were
guests of the Assembly of God
Church in San Diego, last Sunday
evening!, to hear Evangelist Lillian
Watters.
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Bea)l Carbaugh left last Friday
for Phoenix, Ariz. where he will
be the guests of friends for one
month. . 'Before returning home he
will hunt and fish and tour parts
of New Mexico.
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The many friends of the Bill
Pipes family hated to have them
leave for their new home at Port
Orchard, Wash., where they wHI
reside while Bill is employed in
Bremerton.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Carbaugh
and family, of Saugus, were guests
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Carbaugh, over last weekend.
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Billy, Joan, and Annette Pipes,
from Santa Monica, were visiting
family and friends in the canyon,
last weekend.
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moved from the canyon back to 1 Smith family bought a new trailer
their home at 550 Arnold Way.! while in Los Angeles last week.
We're real happy to know that The trailer is 15 feet long and
some are moving only a whoop sleeps six. It also has a refrigera'n holler away.
tor and stove and pressurized wa~
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ter, the exterior is creme white.
Larry Carbaugh has finally been
relieved of ' the cast of his leg
after nine long weeks. Easy-does- By LADONNA MUHLHAUSER
it and therapy will be the treatMike and Jerry Herring are visment for some time, before Larry
iting
in Pine Valley for two weeks.
will be out and around normally,
They flew in from Hawaii last
once again.
Friday for a most welcome visit
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to their grandparents, the Lou
The Paul Cress family were realHerrings. Cecil and Lou had to
ly taken by surprise, 'last Saturdrive to Los Angeles to meet their
day ev1ening, when the concessionplane and were happy to have
aires from Frontier Town invaded
missed most of th_e Holiday rush.
their home bearing a pot-luck din"C
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ner and a beautiful rubber plant.
Fay and Lou Barrish have been
The occasion-a housewarming.
cleaning the lot they bought from
the Zimmermans so they can start
building and hope to be in their
new home by late fall.
By KATHY McMANUS
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The Roy Harris family have sold
their home on Harbison Canyon
Road and are moving to Fullerton.
Mr. and Mrs. Verle Steers, of
Florida, are the new residents.
Good luck in your new home, Harris family and welcome to our
commWlity, Steers.
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The Pat Presley family have
The Fourth of July weekend
brought many visitors to the mountains. By 8 a.m. Friday the campgrounds were filled, with the exception of the new "Wooded Hills"
campground. The Forest Services
had reports of two fires July 4.
The first was reported in the late
afternoon and was supposedly in
the residents area north of the
Laguna Mountain Lodge. There's
no doubt about it, that was a false
alarm. The second fire was reported about 7 p.m. in the Burnt
Rancheria Campground. Apparently on oak tree which was filled
with dry rot in its hollow had
cought on fire. The Forest Service
checked this fire also to find out
if some campers had put it out
before the Rangers could locate
it. Thanks so much whoever it
was.
The Shriners Club of the AI
Bahr Shriners Camp held a July
4 dinner and dance. Dinner was
served at 6 p.m. and the dance
began at 9 p.m. The party lasted
until 2 a.m. Oh, what fun.
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Jerry and Ida Bilyeu have sold
their "C" Street Florist !business
and hope to just ·have a good rest
and get some of the many projects
started they have planned. They
have been in the shop for the
last nineteen years.
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My many thanks to all of the
people who have written me and
told me in person how they enjoy
the paper once more since Pine
Valley is in the news. So help
support the paper with your subscription and happy reading in the
future.
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The Pine Valley Fire Department's Ball was a real success, if
the amount of fun everyone had is
any yardstick. Among those PVites
who walked off with door prizes
were Kent Walker, Oscar Johnson, Bud Ledgerwood, R. T. Hadley, Pat Cammett and many more.
Gloria Pharr did a wonderful job
in getting good door prizes and
food to feed the hungry mob.
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At the last Board meeting Fred
Cox and Bob Pharr were named
Rabies
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Diego and south to the Mexican
We were happy to see Bert Ken- border has been a quarant ined
dricks home, if ·only for a day. area. The County leash law reHis troop has been on maneuvers quires that all dogs are to be conat Camp Roberts for two weeks fined to their own property, and
where he earned the title of Ex- Oil1 leash when off their own
pert Rifleman. When the men re- property.
turned to camp they were told 1 Mr. W. 0. Speckman of the
they had 24 hour passes. Bert im- '! County L i v est o c k Department
mediately got a plane as far as states that residents of this area
Los Angeles where his sister and should report stray dogs to the
family met him and drove to the :Animal Shelter in Spring Valley.
valley. Then when be was ready . However, persons reporting stray
to return found there were no 1 dogs should keep track of where
planes out so his mother, Toots, Ithey go in order to assist the men
drove him back to Fort Ord. She of the Shelter in locating them.
stopped for a couple of hours If this is not done, Lie result is
sleep and wheeled right back into a trip for nothing as the dogs
San Diego on Monday in time to cannot be found.
The recent rabies cases foWld
pick up supplies and be back in
Pine Valley Monday night.
i in the South Bay area are the first
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ones found since last November.
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Things are certainly looking up A quarantine may be lifted if no
around the Guatay station. Jack cases are found in an are.a for
J·ones has really cleaned up and one ~ear. The _new cases .Will redone some painting which really suit m the rab1es quarantme conimproved the looks of the place. j tinuing in San Diego area.
He is still amazed so many local ·
youngsters come into the station
and after being gone seven years
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he has to ask them who they are.
$88,500,310 to $93,258,600. Santee
Time won't stand still, Jack.
School District from $14,451,160 to
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Forg1v_e the _sho_rt ~olumn, ~ut ! The increase within the Grossyour scnbbler IS fightmg a losmg mont Union High School District is
hattie with an ulcerated tooth.
from $234,475,330 to $244,060,810.
The increase within the Mountain
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from $5,613,060 to $5,771,460.
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Ruth Moore and her two chilt1
dren, Rickey McFarlan and Sandy
The Clay Stuart family arrived Walker with her family took off
home from their vacation in the for a few days of fun at the beach.
mid-west Tuesday, June 30. Sure
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Connie Muhlhauser handed in
again.
his badge to the Fire Department
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Terry McEvoy is the proud own- department, but now that he is
er of a '55 Chevy. The car is blue working down town doesn't have
and is real pretty. The Desmond the chance to attend the meetings.
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