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Lompoc Record (Newspaper) - May 24, 1956, Lompoc, California Somei lunch about Notum a Ink Hadam Cross roads. This is the year of decision. This is the year when the Calendar says a curious metamorphic takes Pla e in the Bon. And gut and sinew and to sue that comprise the organism known As me. The facts of the Caj it Are Well substantiated by insurance come pay statistics and medical records. Popular fiction and tradition have k it an unmissable respectability to the idea. At 40. A Nam is no longer a youth. He has followed a Well trodden and familiar path for two score years and by taking one too Many Steps has j cry so cd Over into that country known As Middle age. We have four months to go before we must join with John Mil ton and red Sanders in saving a Farewell Happy of kids Quot cd Etc res plating the inevitable the other Dav. We conclude that our stain 1 was in some ways comparably the Man who has but four months to live when a Man is Moui fully advised by his Phy Ician that he has but four months left he is confronted with a Job of soul searching. A what Quot he asks Quot am i going to do to live it up during these last four months a Quot and when a Man suddenly Realises he has but four More months of Quot youth Quot to live he Glt of through much the same process there Are Many thing after All that a South can get Awny with that look might Peculiar when practice by a Middle aged citizen Verv Day some oth Ltd Wise Kino Nous store in the press is Given a nerve racking twist by the introduction of the words Quot Middle aged Quot for example a my Millicent find Introit Beautiful Young Taug Ftp r of or. And mis tangle foot g folding Cott of Bel air and Castaic Juno Tion he a me the in Rev yesterday of or Hugo fudge the i to a votes were performed before a group of intimate tend at the folding Cott summer Home on the outskirts of Piso reach m a fold Nscott wore lace fhe die aged bridegroom were spats there Are Sony things we would like to do during the next four months Active tip that might be acceptable As youth Fui Adco mixtures but which could k certain bring Strong reactions m a Quot Middle aged Quot escapades a con Ider taking a walk on the h Ard walk in Atlantis City or Long Beach with a i Dutiful a tide in a Bikini bathing suit just consider it How about showing up in the rooting Section at a a a Hege football game done Tex a forget you have Neer taken a spin on a motorcycle suppose you were one of the jokers picked up by the Berk hey police h r participating in a panty raid. Think of the fun of turning up As the commanding officer of a company of riflemen in a pan Ameti an revolution. Why not go out for f it bal next fall at Urcla and become them it St promising and pro Bah y the most lonesome Griddl a in Ink t a a history so about calling up Marilyn Aldo Roe a d. Yes there Are Many things we must do in the next four months the trouble is that if we do them and Are caught Well be Middle aged by the time we in release i from prison but Why spend the re t of of. Youth with it Date aged worries j1/impocgjtecomd Jor by the Community a living compoc on re stir Community established 1875 92nd year the Lompoc record Lompoc California thurs., May 24, 1956 ten cents flood control sought within no. 8 in Iii in on Siateta. After thre it years of Volunteer e. Fort members of the mormon Church in Laminor will see a dream come True saturday when their Beautiful new Ward it Hap Al is dedicated by the president of Hie Council of twelve. Conditioning. The extent to which the Ordinary mortal a something. See a 2 mormons to dedicate flew Chapel president of counsel of twelve to speak at open ceremony dedication of 1 a a Mien s new mormon a Terri it will take p w a a saturday evening will local and n i Tiehl leaders a a the it Hurth of be us of latter Day saints participating. The dedication ervice starting at p. M., Are open to the a True Wellch for the lir to time will Una the Beautiful Chapel recreation room class Numis Library and other facilities at the 120 i Jusi or struck site. Joseph Fielding Smith president of the counsel of twelve apostles will come Here from Salt Lake City to desk ate the project which has been three years i the making. Joining with him As speaker s on the Ted Gatior program w ill a Harlan Swonger. Hish it it a of the Lompoc Ward Kenneth Hansen first Counselor m the Lompoc Ward Bishopric Delbert Taylor second you Ruairi of the Bishopric Arthur j Godfrey and j. Milton be a or president and fir t Counselor of the mormon Church in the Tri counties area Ako participating will to per hellion Warner and Leland Staffanson local mormon Leader who will give the invocation and Benediction . The prelude and postlude will h. Played by Louise Bowns the new building on the slopes overlooking the City from the South has approximately 3 560 Square feet of floor space and the Chapel has a seating capacity of 132 persons. There Are five classrooms a 30 by 66 foot recreational Hall an a ironic Priesthood room. Relief society room. Kitchen Library and office i to a Tower Mout. De on the Fly i. Be so e 2 record set n school sign up one Hundred and three pre school children were enrolled Foi the fall school Fern tues Lay the largest first Day sign up in land poc history. Enrolments of additional child Ren for the Kin Hergarten w ill be continued on and a tor june ii. Principal Gilbert Martin said that the sign up tuesday prob ably pro Ages another by it it. T i the Elk m Narv school enrol ment. Hereto More. The opening a toll ment of pre a chop it a Chi hire has usually Brett Between St an i 96. Under present plan the second and third grades w ill be on double sessions and will be located at the elementary school along with the kindergarten and first Grade. Ail but one of the fourth Graie Clas is will remain at the elementary school also. 1 he other will be sent to the hapgood school. Martin said that an Effort is being made to place fourth graders residing nearest to the hapgood school at that school. Swim plans for schools drafted tent Tai of program tor hapgood i pfc co or or s Rod a tentative plan for the in tue. Luci Ion of a. W mine program in Llu schools won the up a Rovai of a commit a of Hool Iii 1 City re pre evil a a a is h d in it rho City asks Rainy season nears close with 15.31-Inch total unless the weather plays some tricks Lai Mumk a an count its Rainy season at an Mel. This is the conclusion to in drawn from the rainfall Rev ords compiled by do a. It a Roll Bud Olson. In All the past ii years Pul together less than �1 inches of rain has fallen during the Mouth of june. The average for tin month has when but .02 Inch of rain. This season s total rainfall now stands at Lall inches As compared to a ii year average of 13.14 inches. It is significant that in Only nine out of the i ast 41 years was the total As High As that registered Thi year. The big Rains for tin season now coming i a Cly use arrived in december when 6 h3 Inthea were measured. This was far in excess of he i it a Ember 41-Vear average of 2 50 in tvs i t Lna a a loped the plan will m in a swim a a. Sea part of the eur tit i Iii from the Sev a a i a go i level or. Up through the High Sci Chi i Grade a starting not fall. To j a a Suhm la to form a a of it i tote on Fht and t the it Council i Hin the next few Lay the latter must still om.1 tip with i Cost estimate on a Vlinch rental can Boe Tab v1 bed. As put ipod de last night seventh i a tiers w ill have a one hour swimming class a each week for a period of eight weeks and for the remainder of the school year they will have one hour classes once a As-4� ninth the 130 students in the Grade level will be divided into three groups of boys and three groups of girls for instruction purposes. For the eighth ninth and tenth a swimming so a in age 2 memorial Day bites Cut i x c candidates for Lompoc a annual Flower festival shown Here Are a a Fly Quot . Us via. Lurlen in Nils. Fco one , Donn a a cd a a it it hrs a Al. Kow Kohe Tel so Lori. Helen Yate Berghe. Pat smart and Tarol a Quot a pop Ilow Helen Huynk Ami Marylin Hansen. J scheduled memorial Day will in a observed in lib Mph a a next wednesday with traditional ceremonies in Evergreen cemetery. The american legion Post will be in charge of arrangements. Pastor Thomas hell of the lutheran Church will deliver the my Morial Day address during a i services scheduled to Start at 10 30 vv�<1n�sday morning. A filing squad from the i sol and the Lompoc High school hand participate in the ceremonies the bund will March to the cemetery from the comm Utility Center following a route up h Avreet to Ocean Avenue then East to g St Reet. Wrong Way parking to earn motorists traffic tickets c Hief of Rolice William Petersen warned yesterday that his department has started issuing traffic tickets to motorists taking their automobiles in the wrong direction. Tip. Law pre semilies that a ars la parked in the right hand Lane in the direction toward which they Aie in add a. C utting across the traffic and parking at the curb a it a the left Lane is prohibited even in the residential District the it Hie Point Al out it i talons univ iming issued for this illegal procedure on North it Street and Cut a a an Avenue and in such congested Arras As those around the. Sci Yjih and swimming pop Al. Warnings air twing issued for the present in less trave Llyd reside nth Al areas. Utility rate increases approved set up zone a re que St of a or the formation of a drainage District covering the City of Lomm has he in Forward a to the Board of supervisors by tin City Council. Tile District will is identical to the it a a Aln Ady established Una Ler the county wide f 1�km1 control program in the West and a ast end is of the Valley Ami in other areas of the county. While administered by the county the District upon Approv-�1 the supervisors will be empowered to Levy up tol5 cents per $100 assessed valuation in taxes to finance flood control work. The councils request for formation of the District is looking particularly toward the Day Federal Matching funds a become available through the soil conservation service for controlling flood Waters generated in the Hills South of Tulve City. The soil conservation service has agreed to undertake preliminary engineering on such a program and a report May be forthcoming within the next year. In forming a drainage zone the City will also be in a position to Avail itself of engineering services j provided by the county. A 2-tent tax Levy to finance such services is provided for in the county s flood control ordinance. In order to get the program underway the first year Low will be four a Quot i i Stivali Pak Auk . Stoll. And a a a a a a a Al a ill Ikuto mrs Ito. My run la Diu a it ii a a. To a hmplper., �llir.0poilu. So Sii. A to. In a won a tor. Our. A Quot Piikea since being Urgo Laed at Ute pret Idiu of ban Francisco i 195�. Bee Story pm. It Larry Costa funeral to be saturday Larry c. Cd a Sta resident of Lompoc for the past 38 years passed away Early this morning in the Lompoc Hospital. Funeral services axe to be conducted saturday at 2 p. From the . Church with Bishop Harlan Swonger officiating the eagles Lodge will Lee in charge of the graveside sex vices in Evergreen cemetery. Or. Costa was born in the azores islands on March 26, 1897. In Lompoc he was employed As a warehouseman by Johns Man Ville. He was a past worthy president of tie eagles Lodge past Noble grand of the Odd Fellows Lodge and was for two terms president of the International chemical worker Union local. He served As a Counselor in the latter Days saints Sun Lay school. Surviving Are his wife. Mary e. Costa who resides at the family Home at 626 North second Street five daughters mrs. Mar Garet Edein Field mrs Barbara a i n1.hal, set Page 2 Quot Ede Sirian hit n Cross walk by Motorist j Beth Livesay. 33-year-old Santa Maria resident sustained mine a i i ii it a. When hit in a Ivos a k at the Corner of Ocean a venue and 1 h Street monday noon. Mike Gomez 17, a line Driver of the car which hit mis Livesay he was cited for failure to yield the right of Way Ami driving without a Litva in his Possession. His Cas it was turned Over to the probation department. Mis Livesay wms Tak a to the i Lompoc Hospital w Here she was Given first Aid treatment and re leased. Mitchell wins school Board Post unofficial returns from the Lompoc school election Friday showed e. J. A Jack Mitchell being elected to both the elementary and High school boards of trustee by a 65-Vot margin Over his neatest opponent. Mitchell received 30 votes to 235 for Harry Collier end 33 for James King in Tho High school vote in the elementary District he polled 282 votes to 214 for Collier and 33 for King. He will sue cd a to the position held by Wil Ham c. Sudden who a lid not sock Ivel get Ion. Ordinances boosting the Basic garbage collection rate from 75 cents to $1.00 monthly and a the minimum water rate from $1.7.� to $2.00 monthly were Given a first Reading and approval at an adjourned meeting of the City Council monday night. In requesting the increases City utilities manager Emil so Lari advised the councilmen that Lompoc a rates will still to it considerably below those of other communities in the area lie said that increased costs of materials made increases necessary if the two service were to be pro j video without a financial loss. The minimum water rate is for 1,00� cubic feet per month an amount in excess of that used by the average family according to Soluri. The Cost of additional water Over and a ave the minimum will be 18 cents i Erld it it cubic feet. At present this Cost is 17 cents in i 100 cubic feet. Seniors to leave on trip wed. The re w to Udo a. An engine i for Johns Mam us. Will formal la take office in july. He will join a to it Oard which includes Lawrence Hayek Edwin i Are it a. Mrs. Quin ten Mccabe and Kenneth Stillman. In the Rural districts a write in Campaign developed when Vot were cast for seven different a sons for the Artesia Board. Walter Spanne was it the ctr a with seven votes. Richard Henning and Loui Cagianut received two votes each and Margaret Cagianut Ernest Bondietti and Mary Bondietti each received a of vote. Ermilo Manfrina via a elect to the Maple District Board and Floyd Smith was elected to the Honda Board. To t stores to close wednesday j most quote Auston a will b Elod in Lompoc wednesday in of Erv once of my Mot Ial Day it was an pounced by the chamber of Commerce. At the Revti in Mott Kiy the Council also gave preliminary approval to an ordinance which will place the sewer do Putrn it it a 5-Tlay week. Heretofore it worked a 6-Day Wax a. Swim class sign up next week registration in the summer learn to swim program at the s i Lompoc municipal swimming Pool has been moved up to thursday and Friday of next week. Registrations will be received at the Community Center bet in 3 in 3 p. On both Days. The program spa a nored by that City recreation department and red Cross is aimed at beginner. It will consist of 15 half hour sessions during which students will he taught water safety pm As tires and elementary swimming skills. At the cd delusion of tin course those passing the prescribed test will la awarded a red Cro s beginners Button. Students will by Divi Ted by sex and age Levels. There will by it no charge for instruction. A reduced admission fee will but charge those enrolled in the classes. Thirty five members of the Lompoc High senior class accompanied by seven chaperones will leave Early wednesday morning for the annual senior trip. San Francisco will be the destination. The group will remain there until saturday morning enjoying a fully packed itinerary which will int Itule Tours of Chinatown Golden Gate Park Fisherman s wharf. Mare Island Navy Yard the University cd of California and san Francisco state campuses Heaters and other Points of interest. The return will to made via Santa Cruz where most of saturday will by a spent on the Beach. Seniors making the trip will include Bruce Allen. Aquino Fred Benhart Davey do Ming Richard Douglas. Jerry Eckert Jerry Holden Dewayne Holmdahl Tony Houk George Meyet. Tony Moreiro Jim Rudolph. Frank Guevarra. Dave Escovedo. Dolores Aonia Ozz Joann Beattie. Donna of Mabeu Rox Anne Canfield Charlotte Chi Ison Judy Cottier Darlene Dennis Carol Dermody Frances Flores Dolly Freiley Irene Howerton Mary Hayek. Audra round. Nadine Sabin Rose Hel Scolaro Pat smart Lynn she Iwers. Dorothy Wheeler. Martha Wheeler and be Xuha Wuy a St. Act a a Man Yang the group will he a party of faculty Membri a and parents including Ellis d. Price. W. A Butterfield mrs c. K. Chilson. Mrs. Hard a Collier and or. And mrs. Quinton Mccabe. A Apoc ohm Fusa a Spring inf a station of earwig giving a a a in pm housewives Ait Gary in users a Park of to a to be. Carmen Mill Istir a a it Mient ing Ttoe to en�h4�b �81 was Indue tracked into the put Hoftke and on Ltd a hard Wimmil Fly mar to be another Street. Paulette Hunter und l Leanor a Erxel adding to to their horse horsemanship laurels at the san Luis oboe to cd a Tennial eel bration

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