Get 1 more page view just for clicking
to like us on Facebook
Desert Sentinel (Newspaper) - July 12, 1962, Desert Hot Springs, California newsstands to the mail Thursday SERVING DESERT HOT SPRINGS THE NATIONS HEALTH CENTER jVol 21 No 47 DESERT HOT SPRINGS CALIF THURSDAY JULY 12 1962 July 5 July 6 July 7 July 8 July 9 July July 11 n 71 73 76 80 78 82 MultiMillion Dollar Plan Launched BIKINIS by bevy of beautiful bikini cohtest winners is Sheriff George of BBarHRanch Desert Hot Springs Contest winners Bonnie Lee Hanson left of Hollywood third runner up Queen Carol Sorbko first place winner from Long Beach and Marlys Burdette of Hollywood first runner up Shaw LONG BEACH GIRL WINS LOCAL BIKINI CONTEST AT BBARH There have been many con tests for ami about almost everything The Sunday 0BarH contest took the desert by storm It was a bikini contest with food and entertainment as part of the big afternoon on the deserts finest ranch Ann Durst and Lynda Peter son were contestants from Des ert Hot Springs They may not have won this event but for the record they were the cen ter of Carol Soroko from Long Beach won first with a motion picture contract with Four Crown Film Productions for a part in the companys forthcom ing picture Carol is IS years of age and is a secretary This is a sec ond contest in which she has been first prize winner She is a graduate of El Monte high school a vocalist likes to swim and enjoys all sports She is five and a half feet in height and weighs 115 pounds has blue eyes and re markable features She has done considerable modeling Her parents are Mr and Mrs Al Clemmer Runners up to the winner were Mary is Burnette of Holly Contlnued on Page 10 Coochella Valley County Water District On Spot The state of California and the Indio Superior Court this week filed a suit to nullify the annexation of five parcels of land in north Coachella Valley by the Coachella Valley County Water District Al Scharf president yof the North Palm Springs Chamber of Commerce pointed out this week North Palm Springs County Water District plans to follow the same legal procedure ac cording to information given to Scharf This matter must he settled and there is one logical way to have it done In the he said THE CVCWD annexed land in this area in November 1061 The states complaint was filed on behalf of the Desert Hot Springs County Water District The claim is made that juris diction over the five parcels is held by DHSCWD It was also pointed out here that the parcels of land con cerned are all located in a two block area of potential big sub divisions near Piersbn and the Twontynine Palms Road Both Desert Hot Springs and North Paim Springs are vitally concerned because both areas covered to the extent of 800 acres It is reported that 24 owners in the nroa petition ed for the annexation The state complains that the five parcels are within the jurisdiction of the Desert Hot Springs County Water District This district is reported to Continued on Page 8 Eating Becomes A Pleasure At The Highlander Three leading lights in the restaurant profession are mak ing the Highlander Restaurant one of the finest places to en joy the cocktail hour and din ing They are Bob Shearer manager Tarsaint Christler enef and Hap Read cocktail engineer Bob Shearer manager of the Highlander Restaurant came from the Club Arrowhead and Keystone Hotel to head the restaurant here in Desert Hot Springs Tarsaint Christler one of the finest chefs in the business was formerly dinnerchef at the elite Pahn Springs Biltmore Everybody knows cocktail en gineer Hap Read the happy man who mixes drinks with a song Hes had more than 23 years experience and his drinks show it They are the greatest Tho kind that send you right where you want to go This week manager Shearer announces a special buffet serv Continued on Page 9 Pedrezzano To Enter Race Again If you see Lio Pedrczzano trotting in the hot sun on Pier son from West to Twentynine Palms Highway dont stop to pick him up hes in training Each year at this time he oats to lose plenty of weight He trots several miles a day to condition himself for the long burro race called to take place each summer from Applo Valley to Big Bear MOBILE HOMES SUBDIVISION GOLF COURSE AND CLUBHOUSE Desert Hot Springs is celebrating this week The occasion is the new zoning for which Cliff Babin is largely responsible approved at a public hearing before the Riverside County Board of Super visors for a change of zone from M3 to RTA for the 240acre site at the northeast corner of Wide Canyon Road and Eillon Road The supervisors Babin cthe go ahead this week providing for the construction of a multimill ion dollar Own1 Your Oivn Mobile Home Sub JE1AXK mobile homes will soon be seen on the 1G71 lots in the 240 acre area First will be a 280spaee xuiit which will bo under construc tion within four weeks at a more than plus the land Babin Desert Hot Springs realtordeveloper is known far and wide for his many accom plishments here There are be the latest facilities for mobile homes and the only one ever built with natural hot mineral water Babin pointed out The own your own mobile home subdivision idea original in Florida and then was picked up in Arizona The de velopment here however will be unique among such de velopments Babin pointed out that one of the most inspiring things about this new project is that people will be able to buy these large lots like rent for only Continued on Page 9 Fire Department Auxiliary To Resume Training Desert Hot Springs Volunteer Fire Department Ladies Aux iliary has resumed monthly training classes under the su pervision of Foreman Don Holt Birthday celebrations for members and families are held every three months with the Continued on Page 9 Busy On Pfersan Members of the Chamber of Commerce plan an important meeting to be held July 19 Discussion will continue on the plans to beautify Pierson From West to Palm and Palm from 12th to Hacienda Recent meeting of the cham ber raised questions of taxes and finances This will be ex plained at the forthcoming meeting to be held at the 8th Street Community Center at See column Cham ber Sketches by Linda Kalt in this The meeting will hear reports from the water park and lighting districts Each will ex plain what the community will Continued on Page 5 DHS Democrats Plan September Drive Here Desert Hot Springs Demo cratic Club will vacation until Sept 13 when it will convene again and conduct regular meetings Bill Rahining an nounced this week We appreciate the interest of Democrats in this Rahming said We will plan an even more active organiza tion come September when ev eryone will be back from their Rulon Jones Rotary District Governor Here Next Wednesday Rulort A Jones of San Jaoin to Governor of district 334 of Rotary Intelnational world wide service organization ar rives here Wednesday July ISth to visit the local Rotary club one of the 50 clubs in his district Tn addition to addressing Dos crt Hot Springs Rotnriarte at their meeting July 10th he will confer with Chas A Eliot President of Rotary Club of Desert Hot Springs and other club officers on Rotary admin istrative mat tors and service activities Mr Jonos is an educator in San Jaciivto and is a member and past president of tho Rot ary club of San Jaointo He was elected a district governor for 10G203 at notarys an nual convention in Ixs Angolos Continued on Page 2 Rotary Governor
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.