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Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - January 31, 1966, Corona, California % 1 NORCO ED T ON VOL.53 10 CENTS CORONA. CALIF. A newspaper serving western Riverside County PHONE 737-1234 MONDAY, JANUARY 31. 1966 RANCH SELLS MILLION SEMESTER AT NAVAL I^B — Coi-ona High stJdents ; show what they learned-during the semester at the Naval Ordnance Laboratory in Norco as part of the »7 work experience program of the Corona Unified School right are Randy Samstag; Dr. F. S. District. Left to Atchison. NOL technical director; Phil Jackson, and Pollyann Stuenkel, pointing to the position of germanium on the table jof periodic properties of the elements. AT NAVAL ORDNANCE LAB Corona High youths find researcher's life is study/ work and more study After completing a semester of work under tJie personal guidance of scientists •t the Naval Ordnance Laboratory, three Corona High School seniors today have an idea of what it is like to be a modern researcher — it's study, work, aniiajRpre,» . : The three students w e r,e Pollyann Stuenkel of 225 East Monterey Road and Ftandal Wayne Samstag of 1960 Oakland Hills Drive, both of-Ctorona, and Charles PhUUp Jackson of 4240 Sierra Ave., Norco. At a final conference with Dr. F. S. Atchcison, NOL technical director, g r fe a t emphasis was placed on the importance of acquiring, as much formal education as' possible before joining the ranks of science. E^ny- adolescence Furthermore, Dr. Atchison pointed 'out tliat the laboratory has a strong program for encouraging Navy scientists^ continually to update their formal education. Ten years after a scientist has received his doctoral degree, he is likely to be academically absolescent unless he has continued to participate in educational seminars and other graduate studies, Dr. Atchison said. The students were shown laboratory personnel and management statistics and charts backing up these points. The technical director and the three students also reviewed tliie work they had accomplished during the time spent each day at the laboratory as part of the work experience program oi the Corona Unified School District What students did-Randy Samstag made cal-' culations for Dr. Herbert Filler of the infrared di-visioxi_ to determine the dimensions of shims required for changing the gap of an electromagnet. Randy also worked for Dr. Cedric J. Gabriel on- various infrared research projects. Randy built a Hght shield for a photodetector and constructed stands for various other pieces of equipment. He also designed ond made a urawing of a reduction gear assembly for reducing the motion of a rotator for a polarizer and helped to determine the input-output linearity of an amplifier. Phil Jackson worked in he infrared division under the guidance of Wesley L. Eis-enman. Phil reviewed optical measurements and worked with technicians In the recording of infrared data. Pollyann Stuenkel said that punching computer machine cards for James N. Martin in the electronics division had given her a firsthand perspective of how information—^is—organized and presented to electronic computers. She also ■had an opportunity to gain experience with an automatic plotter that uses computer output to plot a graph. In addition, Martin gave Pollyann background in-_strucflfiaLon _the general capabilities ofcomput^^ Bond workers set meeting A group of Los Angeles investors has paid $3,850,000 for the 771-acre Rancho Sierra in Corona, according to Property Research Corporation, Los Angeles - based land investment firm who handled the transaction for both buyers and sellers. The ranch, consisting of a Jlarge-level valley surrounded by rolling hills, is located in western Riverside County, adjacent to Norco's Southern boundary, north of Riverside Freeway. The property is bordered by a new golf course and three subdivisions. Rancho Sierra has been held since 1946 by the Basque fam* ily of Gabino Quintana, who used it entirely for sheep pasture. Prior to the Quintana purchase, the owner was W. J. Holt. Quintana, known as "Gabby" throughout the Chino Val-(Continued on page 3) AAAAAAAAA/V^A/* -».x/WWXAAAn/W^j ^ Noreo TAHITIAN BUFFET—Mr. and Mrs. Ben Weaver enjoy the buffet st the Royal Ta h i t i a n. where Norco's Western Ticket held it's campaign kiclcoff dinner this weekend. 5 Notions V v.ywwvx'w ^ »A/w Today's question: Norco area may soon have a club that features a completely nude woman that can be viewed through a mirror. What virtues can you see in tils type of entertainment? PAUL AVIL, 1375 Seventh: "It would be real nice to have a good club in Norco. A lot of clubs have the same thing, in fact, some have the real thing. I think that it would be good entertainment Chough and I would go to see it." Precinct workers in the $17 million Corona Unified School District finance election will kick-off their drive a meeting Friday ^t h • SPEAKER'S TABLE—Norco City Council Candidate Melvin "Bud" King, left, and ___Mrs, King, discuss the commg council campaign with Norco Agriculture As- $10 PLATE DINNER sociafion President Zack Smith, at th« Western Ticket'« campaign-kickoff din-ner Friday night._______ __ stalls Don Young in his second term as president of Norco Chamber of Commerce Saturday night. Some : 175 persons amending affair heard Rev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, lower right, speak on responsibilities of a civic organization. YOUNG'S SECOND TERM BEGINS , About 175, persons attended -N^t-c^o -Ghamber of Com-merice Installation Dinner Dance Saturday night at the Lake Norconian Club. Si^alled as President for a second term was Don Young, jother officers are Harold iiifeese and Earl Copenhaver,——tended_liy.eleven past presi-vice presidents; Mil^e Lins- dents, day, treasurer; and the Rev. Dr. W. H. K. Herrón served New directors Installed were Blair acted as master of cere- ' Eli Hobson, Bill Hudson and' Geor^^Aragon^einstalled as directors were Bill Vau^banr William Range,. D<m O'Neil, Howard Ford, Herman Week, and Young. ---------------' The dinner prepared by the Norco Women's Club, was at- Elementary School. Dr. John W. Stallings, district superintendent, will address the volunteer,? starting a:t9|^^jniJn_the-multi--vse room at the schcool. About 30 to 35 workers are expected to art¡tend the meeting to r e c e ive materials they'll distribute during the drive to solicit support for the _bonds--at-the--^^te--CTi~ March 15._ Hpefs makes council bid Norco City Councilman Louis Hoefs took out nomination papers for the April council election Friday, bringing the numberof^ouncil_iiomi=—J ■—neesToTívé; The other council nominees ' are incumbent Councilman Tom Harris, Dan Tillmanns, La Verne Nichols, and Rqy Shively. Bonnie Morrison ____^BONl^IE- MORRISON^242Q_ Corona: "Hmm, All I know is that I wouldn't like to look at it because I am not particul-ary interested in nude women. Mo-feel thatrpeople should^ be able to look at what they want to look at though." DIANA DARPLI, 12673 Walters: "I can see no virtue in this sort of entertainment. If a person has a family he home and cake Western council bidders launch campaign at fete should stay care of it. But if you are single, ok; married, no." • By CAROL MARSH Tho Westoi-n ticket's council campaign got off lo a proper start this weekend with $10-a-plaite dinnei- at theh Royal Tahitian R(\s-taurant, where about 100 parti^ns heard t h e traditional campaign promises, pr«vlictifvns of Victorv. and I , •vs- f Diana Darpll Mary Power* - / monies. The Rev. J. Whitcomb Brougher, guest speak--«V^ked-onMhe responsihli--ities of a ciyic orgapization. Weather S^y today and Tuesday. Today's noon temperature was 57, after an overnight low -o£-»r-*iiirteraay'» maxUnum J MARY POWERS, 555 Corona: "1 guess it takes all typés of entertainment to make a world. I think it is something I would have to see in order to decide aboiit its virtues." Do you know of a question that might be of Interest to the readers of Norco Notions? Jot it down and send it to reading was 97. Norco Notions, 82tS Main, Cor-, ona. slams at opposing oandl-dartJes. Council candidates Dan Tillmanns, La Verne "Nick NlDhols, and Melvin "Bud" King were intixxiuced by Hugh Cook, acting as master of ceremonies. The three gave brief speeches. Candidates for the Norco Com-munitj Services District board of directors. Dr. Car-mine Cialitri, Jofin-Adanisr^ anl H. G. "Bus" McNeil, also were introduced. Tillmanns took adavntage of the occasion to answer some c^jarges made by incumbent council candidate " Tom Harris in a speech last week. • "Councibnan Harris feels that th^re arc incompetents in our city govenunent. 1 agree. He can • see one of "Ihelm if he wm-took-^^ mirror, and Councilman Rcrl Raiipc is the other," Keep the city council Tillmanns «ùd. frep of personalities. "'rhoiLe two are rospons- Investigate possible ibie for the present confu- sources of additronar cTfy^ Sion in city afÇaii-s . . . Income, while keeping the Harris himself Is causing t-'ify operating without a Ihe confusion he blames on '"".V theh city attornoy and city Preserx'e Norco as "a manager. unique oasis of c-ountry liv- -"Tlie, clash—nf—personal--.. ,-n-■ . „ . .- . - Make all suitable .lies ani the resulting insta- available for eques- ' bility o he city council have cost Norc-o quite a few ^^^^ ^^ thousand dollars. I We are _ ^ ^^ elected these antics wi ^ ^^^^^^ ^^ come to a screeching halt. ^ possibllities- AU three candidates re- fo^ «an orderly sewer pr6- viewed the Western ticket's gram." 12-point platform. The plat- _ vVork for the adoption form includes pledge^^tò: ^f a permanent zoning ordinance £ind master plan ------/nc/ex "teilored to fit Norco."_ — Promote traffic safety. Classified................10-11 however possible. Comics ................9-10 — Encourage compatible Crossword ................ 10 IndusUlal/ and comto^al Dear Abby ................ 5 interests to insure planned Dr.Molner ................ 2 development and a balano- Editorials ................. 4 ed economy. -------- Entertainment Memo ..... 6 — Explore possibilitleB tor Horoscope ................ 5 flood control developmeni. Markets...................12 and. Memory Lane ............. 4 _ Keep an open mind and i i Society.................... 7 work to represent the best Sports ......................^—interests—of—Norco -'m. » Television.................12 community." ....... ....................""" .
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