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Norco Pony Express (Newspaper) - June 17, 1976, Norco, California 14, No. 23 June 17,197: 734-0210 2429 Hamner FORNI OF Productions in has gorgeous birds but none so majestic as at the 2,500 pounds per inch of pressure in on Brazil Owner Dr. Charles Jeffries talks to bird at center while trainer poses at right for portrait Elvis in better think because Dr. has originated In about a an entire bijrd show was stolen while Country were recovered because of the Jeffries is an animal psychologist and subject for some time Institution for Men He taught mein to work with seal birds and llamas the rate of in his has been much than that of the general prison all left there with a profession and with he pointed addition training macaws ride bikes and he is a brickyard is a of containing one pair of Sometimes the eggs are taken and hatched and other times the hatchlings Baby birds of goid around beak and raised by are an endangered species from the homes of some of. his such trainer is Jim Kling majestic macaws are valued lives on Hillside and raises at thousands of dollars but thieves that Norco much birds that perform television shows and actually from including the that appears on others which have on the children's owner of Robelle to Norco seven years agd ' its He's lived here ever travels both to sell birds ranging from the largest to the little and with his performing birds and dogs to give owns four breathtakingly beautiful birds that are the smartest of the macaw Their they got their Their feathers ' are hyacinth blue by has enough trained and enough trainers now to have 10 shows at are given on at trade shopping center zoos and such places as Lion Country and Disney Dr. Jeffries plans to add schools to itinerary next year although Norco benefitted from hfs presence in that the bird show has been at Riverview one of his birds will the in The person in the TV spot will be Gary Radar Riley of They'll be equipment made of spot just filmed goes like is driving his jeep when it develops He hops out and under the hood then gets back in the grateful that he has a CB radio so he can call for two performing dogs are a and a fuzzy small dog who gets the Yukon can add and walk the high rope he had then he's come a long The psychologist started way to Norco and the youth objections to Robert Presley lias introduced a that he feels would get more eligible voters to cast ballots in His schenie is to but he may well brink it up next not mortgage I think are really That's how the good from the 1 here the have objections on several The most is in order to make ' sure persons only would have to be identified in some thus obviating the right to privacy in Even if system is it would that must be connected with I'm not bashful about who I vote for but people objection is the riskiness of trusting the U.S. Postal with getting ballots One Norco woman mailed her request for an absentee ballot in plenty time for the municipal election this It was received at City Hall several weeks AFTER the further problem would be theft from ballots would be mailed in anyone could know when or the official requests for would be Quite could be collected just walking about in a not likely to be a widespread another objection was made because of the chance of fathers who be able to literally force the rest of the voters in the home their way Many voters of 18 and over still live at My personal objection isl a little I don't think that people who stay away from the are very interested outcome and what's they aren't likely to be the most informed of persons on the If a ballot is thrust under such a he's probably going to fill it out forget to mail it nation can use all the informed voters it But we are better off if uniformed just don't city attorney one of several Norco developers caught in the sewer capacity is attempting to tile word on reduction of is one of several in the bluffs Norco that new ordinances affect because of the rapidly dwindling capacity in the Corona Treatment Norco has an million a day in the plant and is already using about 800,000 now-being put in dry sewer lines and septic systems with the latter being used in the plant can be I. Cohn of Villa Building has city officials and others of a study published by the Southern California Gas Co. which concludes that effluent can reduction can be by use of simple very inexpensive limiting washer that will fit all standard shower heads and is available now at -a cost of less than five cents according to of the according to the ' shows a possible savings of from 10,950 to 21,900 gallons of per This amounts to 30 to 60 gallons per household that 1,350 homes to tjie Norco sewer this daily discharge of sewage effluent would amount to 40,000-80,000 gallons per This reduction would alloW between iSo and additional homes to connect to he too They are Mifa I UunK I'm in favor of popularity think they are Norco city for slightly more than three effective this city council Monday night passed unanimously a engaging of 'the Riverside Redwine and He next Monday a city ' came as result oi Wk load said Mayor Nellie thim he'd it would she adding that things have been has been no secret that the council and staff have not been happy jth to reach by has been scored at council for not paperwork February 20 and he started on March 1. 34, has been practicing for almost nine the last with his present fie and his have two 6, and 3. They live in time's weed abatement lime iir according to Fire Tuny all that it is their to clear to 10 feet ieven may city and include equestrian be soon of procedures and 21 days after the city will start back weeds and owners will billed for the LINDE Junior High won the wide spelling bee last thanks to Brenda - Linde ability to spell the All four junior Highs in held at The Norco in addition Pam BUI linda and Jessica for Auburndale - Diane Davis and Theresa Corona High were Randy Eleanor Marianne Kelly Fugate Laura spellers were Carolyn Jason Paul Maley and Jim 1,T,
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