San Marino Tribune (Newspaper) - January 27, 1966, San Marino, California ' ' -on Edmunds Breaks Ground For New annual parish dinner held last night at St. Edmunds Episcopal Church on San Gabriel boulevard was the prelude to a momentous event for the members and their the Reverend Wilham Aaron Following the ground breaking ceremonies were held for 2 new facility which includes a large parish adequate to serve their as well as church meetings and three smaller meeting rooms for church school a crib room and a completely modem 24 X 18 foot new building will be known as the Marjorie Fellows in honor of Mrs. William H. of Shakespeare recently retired director of Christian Education at St. The facilities will also be available to Boy Scout units of the San Gabriel Valley Boy Scout Driver officiated in the assisted by John R. retiring senior Harold H. retiring junior Reed J. newly elected senior and Alfred B. the new junior of the building committee are the Reverend Driver and The architect for the proposed addition is Breo Freeman of for the new facility were revealed in the fall of last when the Vestry of St. Edmunds launched a building fund The successful campaign which was recently was headed by Hastings and Thomas J. THE SAN MARINO NEWS DEVOTED TO THE PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY OF SAN Residential City in the Entire of the Famous and Art 34 4 3-5707 27. And Girl Of The Morning Collision Hurts Driver intersection of avenue and Los Robles avenue was the scene of a collision shortly midnight Saturday which resulted in six broken a cut and puncture wound in the back for one of the to police Wilham P. 44, of Los Angeles was stopped at intersection's boulevard stop when Clyde 19, of La Mirada approached at a high rate of north bound on Los Robles to the right When Hager observed that Los Robles narrows into a curve at Wilson he attempted to turn right onto but could not effect thi turn because of his and struck Simpson's a 1962 on the left front Hager's a 1965 was damaged on the left front An ambulance took Simpson to the San Gabriel Valley There were no passengers in either have recommended that Hager be cited for Will Wail For Warning Test Tomorrow At 10 combined Los Angeles city and county civil defense systems will be tested at 10 January 2S in the customary month-end test. Sheriff Peter J. combined systems will produce the usual sound which will be a steady wail for two silence for 30 seconds and an undulating sound for one Attracted 300 To Marino is not a disaster area as far as juvenile problems are though problems do indeed exist This was the general theme that permeated the panel discussion last Wednesday evening in Huntington School presented by J. YOUNGER TO ADDRESS Marino Kiwanis Club will have Evelle J. district attorney for Los Angeles County as guest speaker for their luncheon meeting next Tuesday at Woody and Eddy's will talk on the court trials stemming from the Watts rioting and latest developments in crime control in the the annual subscription rate is three month subscription costs sue nine months school Overseas subscriptions are now price of a single 300 people turned out to listen to the panel of seven speak individually and collectively on the many facets of conflict and then participate in a question and answer Walter superintendent of schools and Kenneth principal at Huntington School were agreed that while those students causing the majority of problems in San Marino Schools are in the the number is Dingus suggested that adult pleasures be limited to and this particularly was in reference to the increased drinking among teenagers in the He reminded the audience that serving alcoholic beverages to minors is a violation of the leaving liquor easily accessible to teenagers is disking for serving liquor to another San Marino Exchange Club has announced its selections for boy and girl of the month for December and naming Kathy Hunt and Pat O'Connor as their choices for and Marylou Williams and Jim Brott for The foursome will be honored at the regular dinner meeting of the service club this evening at the Colonial who is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Hunt of St. Albans is president of the French club at San Marino vice president of Quill and Scroll and associate editor of the literary magazine which is published by the students each In addition to her journalistic accomplishments on she has written articles for The San Marino Tribune and other Kathy is a four year member of and is taking advanced placement English in her senior She finds time to play the piano and guitar and has applied for admission to Occidental Redlands or Mills hoping to become a Spanish parents are Mr. and Mrs. F. M. O'Connor of Wilson He is presently ASB pep commissioner for the Titans and a four year having won letters in basketball and Sports are not his only he is a member of Junior Classical which is the Latin club and He had roles in productions of the and enjoys hunting and sailing and has done his share of janitorial Sort of an all-around Pat hopes to attend either or San Diego after with a major in business administration or of the Month for Marylou Williams resides with her Dr. and Mrs. Herbert F. Williams on She is ASB social chairman this and a of Marylou has also participated in drama productions at the High as a to page 8 GAS HOSE SPRAYS ruptured gas hose at a service station on the northwest of San Gabriel boulevard and Huntington drive caused the attendant to be sprayed in the face and eyes with gasoline last Wednesday January 19 at approximately 7:30 L. of was waiting on a customer at the station and a kink in the hose while filling the gas He pulled on the hose to straighten out the causing the hose to flooding gasoline on the Cummings attempted to turn off the pump and was struck in the face by the flow of He was transported to the Arcadia Methodist Hospital for Marino Fire Department was to wash down the area and remove the And Burnett To File For action on the part of the San Marino Department prevented the worst mercantile fire nearly ten years from spreading to adjoining ings last Saturday night when the San Goods Harry W. Hitchcock and Councilman Theodore Burnett have announced intentions to file for re-election to the San Marino City Council in the city election April 12, The Tribune was informed papers are obtainable as of January 27, with the closing date for filing February 17 at 12 The terms of city councilmen are for four new innovation in election procedures will be put in operation this year for the first A candidate may fill out a form stating his qualifications for consisting of 150 words or which is included in the sample ballots which to is not bu: MORNING San Marino firemen are sweeping up the debris from Saturday night's the individual of at San Marino Sporting 2156 Huntington drive which resulted in a total loss of fire within the Should a Fire units worked from shortly after 9 p.m. until 2 a.m. before their task was to Huntington was totally with a loss of approximately passing John of La Presa i broke the still alarm in from of flie fire house at approximately 9 p.m. Saturday ning to give the first indication that a fire was Chief Thomas Almand of the Fire Department estimated that the fire had started at least two hours because the I plate glass window of the store blew out just as the fire engines arrived on indicating that considerable pressure had already been built up from early Company number 1 laid heavy down in hydrants at West Haven road and San Marino while the second engine company was laying out equipment in the rear of the The heavy used produced a heavy stream of water to re duce and to fill out Che statement of he must pay the city for the costs which are incurred in the printing of the which include information on etc. As of January 4 of this San Marino had a total of 8640 registered 927 of Democrats and 7561 in 38 Hitchcock first ran for the Council in 1955, in a special succeeding Preston Burnett was to the position in 1957, upon resignation of Howard A. School Board Adopts Drive Opposes SB 1464 Kind Of Book Now At SM new kind of bode designed for a special kind of reader has added to the San Marino Public Library's according to June E. city who says that the which is printed in extra large type is intended for readers with limited book is put out by Keith a house which describes itself publishers of editions in large The first selection of these large editions to reach the Library includes copies of nine The Adventures of Huckleberry The Ai Ethan The Mature A Mid-Summer Night's Profiles in Strong and Travels with selection is only the ta 8 the Constitution guarantees is the pursuit of You have catch up with it Ae kind of weather we've been having as compared with the we believe the weatherman u the best in the are still so many people who have to learn that it is only the bus driver Who has the right to tell them where to get If you you have try ordering some one else's dog Men Take Oath To Serve On Grand San M a r i n a n s were among the 23 members of the 1966 county grand jury selected by lottery Tuesday at the County Harlan G. of Oak Grove retired automobile dealer and Donald C. retired merchant who lives on Orlando Loud had served as foreman for the grand jury in 1955. 12 women and 11 men first time in history that women men on the panel were administered oaths of office by county clerk William G. Sharp and received instructions 0.1 their and by presiding Judge Lloyd S. Nix Rose Parade Prexy From Our of Roses presidents seem to be indigenous to San For third consecutive the Association has chosen its head from among local Henry of Oak Grove avenue has been named 1967 to Navy Chow And Brass For Building building official for the is brushing up on his saluting techniques preparatory to for duty with the Cee Bees February 3. He has been in the local position 1961. Mavo to Port as officer and expects to be sent to Viet His last week in the employ of the city has been spent in showing Eugene his around the various departments and briefing him on building and comes to San Marino from South where he was director of building inspection and planning since 19^. Now a resident of South he and his wife Carol plan to closer to this of town with their two young Actually they are not strangers to the as Mrs. grew up and attended school in asked what impressed him about San Marino and his new Pearce replied Marino is unique the atmosphere is vastly different from other He added he has fats work cut out for trying to absorb I in this first week what Mayo bas accomplished over 5 heads from bells will ring for San Marino children on September 12 following summer and 177 days of school will be enjoyed endured experienced until the summer hiatus rolls around again on June 16. This was the master calender for 1966-67 school as adopted by the School Board at Tuesday night's regular Pupils strike it lucky this coming school term in that all legal holidays fall either on a school day or on requiring Monday to be given as the according to State Kenneth principal of San Marino High Richard chemistry teacher and sponsor of the senior and Kim president of the senior were in attendance to present blueprints for beautification of the patio area of the science intended as a gift to the school from the graduating approval from the the plans call for tearing out approximately 7500 square feet of existing asphalt to be replaced with cement walk planting grass and trees in areas not covered by Target starting for this gargantuan which the seniors plan to accomplish principally on their is the first of Some 50 will manually remove the asphalt with pavement breakers which have been offered to them free of charge from L. B. Dixon and San Marino Disposal will haui away the again free Thi seniors are now wheeling and dealing on the problem ol acquiring pipe for drainage in a similar fashion Joseph board presiden remarked that the senior seemed to be better shopper than in their treasury and a class play in the of fing which will cost in the neigh of the tn naam A in are the seven panel members of week's juvenile Seated from left to Walter of Hugh for tie departing PTA Herbert ci the Manno PolKe Herben TV Manno tomorrow at School and Judge superior court judge of Los Angeles San J. Randolph Filling the in 1965 was Walter R. Jr. cf Homet new Tournament president was elected last following the annual meeting of the Kearns has been a Tournament member since 1937, becoming a director in 1948 and a member of the executive committee in 1960. During his 28 years of he has been a member of 32 serving as chairman of 12. He has previously held the Association offices of vice treasurer and was the assistant secretary of commerce for International Activities during President Eisenhower's second term and served on the Hoover Task Force on Activities and the National Advisory Council for Small The government of Thailand honored him with its highest Grand Order of the White addition to being vice of the US Chamber ol Commerce at one he held tlie presidency of the California and U n i t c c 1 States organizations of the Juu icr Chamber of be ' mg named the Moth Club Establishes Glenn Lewis San Marino School sophomore who lost his life in a hiking accident during Christmas will have a memorial award in his name established for the underclassman considered the most outstanding in mathematics each year at the high According to Jeff Math Club at the end of each year the name of the student selected for this honor wiH be engraved on a permanent plaque which wiU be displayed in the high school Faculty from the department will nominate the was considered an outstanding mathematician by his club He took geometry and algebra II in hia freshman year and in his sophomore sixth at the Occidental Math Field when competing 250 top math students in South em most of were memorial is being estab fished by die San Marino Kraemer's Jewelry Store received water and smoke damage but escaped serious William F. had high praise for the fire stating that they were on hand immediately to help him sweep the water out of his The floors will have to be replaced and there is a considerable silver polishing chore awaiting Mrs. but they feel fortunate in having escaped more serious Marino adjoins the sporting goods on the also suffered negligible aside from front window which from the as did The three stores agip under a common a time firemen must thought they had wandered a sound iu they dodged exploding bullets from the boxes of ammunition stored on the to Chief another hazard was the amount of plastic covering merchandise when gave off fumes causing difficulty in Add to thli the model airplane and car Turn to nure Club WUl Sing For Score Boord Fund Feb. San Marino High School scoreboard now at the three quarters mark is expected to go over the top with Evening of presented by the University of California Men's Olee Club in Neher Auditorium February 1 at 8 p.m. ai a benefit for the fund according to Dr. Kenneth the direction of James the musical organization of some 50 is currently on its annual tour of California and will spend a in San Marino as guests of families who have offered to share their homes with the singers through the of the evening's repertoire wil range from Bach to Gilbert and with a small group known as the Senior Men's Octet supplying some of the Bullock announced that tickets for may be from any of the school service his or at the W. Geyer To Head Son Morino Gordon state president of the Exchange recently officiated at the of newly elected officers of the San Marino Exchange The new president is Earl W. Geyer of J. Wesley Fletcher tlie post of Richard and Karl P. of Control J. Albert Charln M. Richard C. Edward M. 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