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Corona Daily Independent (Newspaper) - August 13, 1975, Corona, California No. 45 August 13,1975 737 1234 role in recent women have made Inroads into school with the majority in elementary posts rather than in secondary or district level In the Unified School two women serve as elementary school principals and one in a district level This is the first of two articles in which Ruth principal of Garretson Mary principal of Coronita Peg coordinator of elementary discuss the role of women in school ELAINE HAITE abandoned all existed disappeared with her WILKINSON Garretson Wilkinson ideas of becoming a principal in 1M3 when she came to California forewarned that don't have women principals in to for her west coast a fourth grade teacher at Elementary School was a long way from the schoolhouses in Michigan where she built fires in swept put up storm windows and hot lunches daily for the product of rural schools Mrs. Wilkinson was to be a schod teacher from the time she was eight years After landing her first job at the age of 18, following two years of fhe to dream at someday being an teacher of a two teacher was as far as she got back east. It wasn't until three years here in California where they women that her dream came is a firm believer that you have to want to be an administrator and she that a lot one reason or women in education feel that tbe is the important thing and that's why they're In she few are in tt for the counterpart at Coronita Vm agrees that miny men go into teaching with the idea of using the as a stepping stone to uas women were never to BO they feel they don't have a Mrs. La Bourde was chosen Coronita Elementary in 1961, the had eight sheep grazing across the and no roads leading to tbe probably Just wanted a woman she adding that at that time there were three at the elementary women are afraid to asaert themselves into administration because of the and the bias women which says that men handle according to Mrs. that she would have erar been for principal of a in every in the nation mains tbe sole domain of at the secondary Iml are often chosen from the ranks within the district and they don't kMk at she no one offered to help me carry my box of forms I knew I was on my own and would not receive preferential treatment because I was a women lament their close contact with the students and teachers of times forget what it's like to be a said Mrs. she takes every to visit classrooms and appear on the she said children gets to know the best are in for disciplinary women principals are not new in the District it's a for some men who come in demanding to see the according to Mrs. for women la school LaBOURDE Coronita group hires that quite often the BMn who are for tbe positions have tbe experience of with a variety of students and having been athletic coaches at one time or die overcame tbe initial dMck of being tbe bias may or may not decision on freeway Unified joined with the Riverside of Assn. and the negotiations reached Assn. in with with A. Eugene Huguenin there was at least director of which the beginning Sept. 1. was not admitting After was hired on a study reaching back by the three Huguenin was unable to handle all the missing according to the arguments Charles His over his involvement in been set at about Fay said that agreement is part of a an to with the Assn. and the said that the grievance recently filed who last year over a salary dispute by tbe and had nothing to as consultant to the fact that would this summer during him full-time again for salary negotiations Employes refused public tbe explained that it takes to support tbe an executive director with only 700, could his services CNTA 530 members and is about 240, will pay services out of CNTA members annual From that Lane to CNTA services from Service future of two large signs advertising the City of Corona is still clouded today as the result of a 2-to-2 split of the commission last night while dealing with requests for weeks the commission declined to give National Advertising Company a conditional use permit for tiw one earmarked the west edge of the city and the other for the east side near the Santa Fe Both signs are freeway city council subsequently overruled the commission and granted the The commission had taken no action on the request for choosing to wait until the council tod made a decision about the conditional use matter went back to the planners last night for of the variance from last night's session were Jack Sherman Art Goulet's term has but he continues to serve as required by ordinance until either he is reappointed or his successor is named and Dick Deininger reported at the start of the hearing that a letter from Goulet had asking the commission to continue the hearing return to the said he would like to go ahead with the hearing because of a large agenda for the next commission Joe Canzoneri said he agreed with Hall opposed the She support Art in it. I want it on that 1 support James said he thought the commission should extend courtesy to but added that the commission also has a responsibility to the Van representing the discussed the proponent's side of the but in view of the number of meetings that have been held over the little new information was Advertising wants two-faced signs and has offered to advertise the city on one side of each Van Nostrand has said the city would receive about worth of free advertising told the that he was a member when the new sign ordinance was under He said deliberations stretched over several and the study was said it is possible the is out of step but if that is public bearings should be conducted and the HENRY instead of using variances to change the reports indicated the signs were much larger then the code they would stand too close to the stood too high from the declared he thought that no conditions exist that would justify the granting the subsequently moved that special circumstances don't exist and picked up a second from Mrs. Deininger and Canzoneri voted against the motion to create the tie then moved to continue the hearing to Aug. 26, and this motion picked up sufficient votes to continuance will give Goulet what he asked fw and the commission wouldn't grant at the outset of the lengthy noted the absentees could listen to the tape recording of iast night's session and this would qualify them to vote when the matter comes up the meeting James complained that he had detected acrimony He said he felt that commissioners should not be put members could disagree and still be is spotted resembling a huge ape has been sighted several times in an orange grove area of South two startled men reported to the police department most sighting occurred yesterday 2 police were the as Daniel C. 18, of 331 E. and D. 20, of 2161 pair said sighted the monster on a road running south Drive mut of Main said that Hinson first spotted the then told his companion about it and the pair drove to the grove where it was sighted by both said its appearance was half half ape and it was in excess of 10 feet in Thick gray hair grew over its body and on the arms and facial hair was monster stood on two legs like a and had two long arms that dangled down on each side of the The hands resembled It had two large black a small nose and a Its head was small in with its the pair animal left foot prints in excess of 12 inches reports state the monster has sighted on at least three different detectives and other officers were inclined today to treat the report after report was several other persons told the department that had spotted the and Perez said they fust saw the animal about two weeks about 100 yards east of Main in the dirt road They said they fled the they returned at night and spotted the animal in an irrigation When the animal climbed out of the the pair fled in their car and the beast almost catching up with the the pair said that during their trips to the area they saw no and detect an odor resembling that from a dead victims said they thought the animal had come down into Corona from the hills because it was robber takes from local and low smy aad not mach diange was 83. after an tow of Yesterday's high was forecast for tomorrow Is light to moderate with the oxidant level at .IS parts per bandit robbed the Sprouse Reitz store at Lincoln and Sixth Street ot late afternoon as scores of shoppers circulated in the adjacent lot and stores in the shopping 21-year-old clerk told police the man tbe around and asked for baby She directed him to a drug store then asked for cigarettes as he approached tbe unbuttoning his shirt on tbe Tbe spotted a bulge under the bandit came close to the counter and in a low voice told the have a gun Give me your bandit was described as a young maii with baby very good looking bandit departed south from the Another a went to a dirt parking area and saw a cloud of dust but no fleeing auto wants priority for Brentwood Ira 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