San Marino Tribune, October 30, 1969

San Marino Tribune

October 30, 1969

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San Marino Tribune (Newspaper) - October 30, 1969, San Marino, California a» Satt Marino, CcMii". SM MARINO AND THE SAN MARINO NEWS DEVOTED TO THE PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY Of SAN MARINO The Finest Exclusively Residential City in the Entire Weat Home of the Famous Huntington Library and Art Gallery Vol. 39, Ha. 33 — Jllfcnitlc Mm 1« PagM Sm Marine, California, Thurtday, 0(tobar IO, 1969 S ImiICM .JYcomoro 2-3343 IJc Copy $5 *»0fReplica El Molino Vie jo To Be Unveiled Long an historic wonder, with walls * man wide and roofing beams bound with animal hide, El MoHno Yiejo will soon be revealed as what it aictually was in the beginning: A scientific wonder of the early 19th Century. The old grist: mill has been recreated in a working scaleHalloween HauntScheduled AtHuntington Goblins and; ghosts, witches table model, and San Marinans and their • friends are invited to attend the unveiling of the unique operation Sunday, November 16, at El Molino Viejo, 112» Old Mill road. Ceremonies are from 3 to 5 p.m. Mayor Allen L. Laws will The school district entered the home stretch ox the school construction and rehabilitation program Tuesday night as School Board members approved seeking bids on the last items listed on the construction priority list at a total estimated cost of $97,580. The board also accepted as complète the rehabilitation of Stoneman and the remodeling- of the existing library at the high school. And when ali is said and done, it now appears that the bond fund will have about $25,000 remaining after the completion of all projects on the priority list. Among the items approved by the board were furniture and Tight Regulation Of Trash Haulers Now Council's Aim In an effort to bring some semblance of order and regulation of our trash problem to an acceptable shelvtag forboth'ttie new re-conclusion, the members of the city council Tuesday source centers at Huntington night struggled for hours with the preliminary text of a voluminous proposal entitled "Franchise RICHARD S. MONSON FILLING THE HALLOWEEN BASKETS with candy fco> be distributed to hospitals and homes for children next week are from left, Karen Hatten, Valentine School; Betsy Gillaspie, Carver School; and Chris Rellas, Stoneman School. The PTA Council remands those who want to participate in the program that commercially wrapped candy is the only bind that can be accepted. While homemade cookies and candies are best, health regulations preclude their distribution.. , san marino tribune photo Children Make Candy Donations At Local Schools For All Hallows Evè The Spooks and Spooklets will be in abundance tomorrow night to celebrate Halloween with treats 'n tricks. Hopefully the emphasis will be on the former. And for a happy haunting, local police and fire officials urge all parents of ghosts and costumed doorbell ringers to follow these safety rules. 1. Check costumes for the fSre-retardant label. Homemade spook suits should be sprayed with fire-retardant chemicals available at the hardware store. _______________ ^ „ 2. Pumpkins should be illuminated with flashlights rather . ..... ........... di^l^Mri^Sl^^^;«^ candlesr-particulariy; ihose pranfbuk wj^^pmMLt J less fortunate children. . 3. Masks Should fit properly so that the child can see well Hosts and hostesses of the and loose-fitting hoods that completely cover the face should festive event will be the trust-be avoided ees of the California Historical welcome the guests and the and spooks wiU transform the ^ ,trP 3i/0Undati0,1' Which tennis <*urt<i at Huntington SKÍ % ° l n? ,1, rep,ica School into a' haunting ground sible, will officially present it on Fr¡day night as the Innual ro.l^""8^ exh bitot0, Halloween Party gets underway California Historical Society, at 6 d m i which makes its Southland I headquarters at El Molino According t| the PTA Coun- Viejo. Representing the .Foun- cil and the s|p Marino Rotary dation will be President Rich- Club, co-sponáürs of the event, ard A. Grant and Vice Presi- all children fróm pre-school age dent Daniel J. Donahue, Ac- through the fifth grade are in- knowledging the presentation on vited to attend the festivities behalf of the Society will be which will last until 8 p.m. President Gardiner Johnson. 1. .„ ., ' .. . Also taking part in the pro- Many 8anies will be provided _____________ _______________ gram will be Jack Alexander and Prizes Wl11 be awarded for responsibilities of city clerk, and Carl Gage, well: known the best costumes. The judging Monson will serve as assistant model makers of the Los Ail- is scheduled to fcegin at 6:30 t0 R¡chard Malcolm, city man- Monson Will Fill Position Of City Clerk Coming to San Marino on November 10 will be Richard S. Monson who will assume the position of City Clerk which was vacated when Edmund C. Russell resigned to enter private business. In addition to the The San Marino PTA Council requests San Marino residents to provide commercially wrapped candy for Halloween "Treats" for "Hobgoblins." The candy will be collected at schools on. November 3 to be geles County Museum of Na- P-m tural History, who were commissioned to design and construct the model during the past year. Alexander will speak briefly on the research required to recreate the old grist mill, in a cut-away structure Where Did They Go? ager A graduate of Brigham Young University, Monson received his bachelor of science degree in business management with specialization in accounting, economics and statistics. He has taken additional courses In Agreement (non-exclu- /iloflg sive)" which will, when ^ revised, become the guideline for all refuse and garbage collectors doing business in this city. The agreement between the franchisor and the franchisee will spell out in detail the hours for pick up, that one pick up every seven days will be required, and the franchisee will be required to furnish a bond guaranteeing performance. Trash collectors will also be required to maintain an office and to have adequate telephone service during business hours so that customers can call them and receive some response. Failure to comply would result in cancellation of the contract and this is a firm part of the "The Miracle Worker" will agreement as is the term of open at the San Marino High the license to operate in the School auditorium on' Novem-city. ber 1 at 8 p.m. and continue — __.______for two additional performances Trimmings on November 7 and 8. What to do with tree trim- Under the .direction of Paul the Drive Colonial newspapers made little or no profit because readers failed to pay their subscription rates. • • • The constitutions of all 50 states contain provisions for keeping the press free. Miracle Worker Opens Saturday At High School is "Vtt Carver Mrs. James Wittier making arrangements to have candy taken to Camarillo State Hospital. . Mrs. Richard Gadbois is in charge of the Halloween Candy Contest at Stoneman, where a prize will be awarded to the classroom returning the most candy. "Treats" will be shared with children at the Episcopal Home for Children, the Hathaway Home, and the Optimist Home. Candy collected at Valentine will be given to Camarillo State Hospital and McLaren Hall by Mrs. William Shelton. Huntington School will send the candy from their collection basket to McLaren Hall.Cross Country Sweeps Duarte In Seventh Win With each division completing its seventh consecutive victory of the season, the San Marino High School Cross Country squads defeated Duarte on October 21 at Lacy Park. The Varsity won 15-49, the J.V.'s 15-50, and the Frosh-Soph team 15-48. ' Rick Ohlson, San Marino school record-holder won the Varsity division in the time of 9:44. Junior Rick Mapel became the second fastest Titan of ail time in placing second in 9:44.9. Todd Yorke placed third in 9:45.7, becoming the third fastest SM runner in history, and J i m Lochhead's strong 9:45.9 brought him to the fourth position among' all San Marino runners to perform at Lacy Park. Tom Gimbel placed fifth in 10:08, and Paris Masek sixth in 10:17. Freshman Ivan Porto, continued his amazing series of wins by running off with the J.V. race in 10:29.5. This time improved his own school Freshman record. John Lee was second in a fine 10:34, followed by Mark Herron in 10:38, Dick Geisert in 10:45, and Kevin Coppersmith in 10:47. . John Pruitt led all the way in the Frosh-Soph race to wjn easily in 10:59. Second was Peter Day in 11:12. Other Titans in / Ri' hard Link "¿ Costumes should include some white or light-colored «loft Society and Director . William - Whitney; Mrs. Albert E. Doerr, or better yet, some strips of reflective material. Mrs. Mark Harrington, John 5. The costume should not be so long that it might trip Hjram Hood j[I< Kelley> the child. Mrs. John R. Mage, Mrs. 6. Younger children should be escorted by parents. r , , Thomas Pike, Lawrence Shep-With All Hallows Eve compounded by Homecoming at' the ard, Dr. James Thorpe, Harry high school, officials urge all drivers of vehicles to take extra W. Hitchcock, ex-officio, and precautions going to and from the game. Richard Grant, all members of —the Old Mill Advisory Committee; Mrs. Harold Dryden, Mrs. Joseph W. Dobson, Mrs. Preston Hotchkis, and Mrs. Hancock Banning Jr., all members of the Old Mill Grounds Committee; Mrs. Jack E. Sherwood, president of the San Marino Garden Club; Mrs. Henry Lovett Jones, president of the Diggers Garden Club, and Mrs. Lucile Travis, administrative assistant of the Society. El Molino Viejo was designed circa 1812 by Father Jose Maria Zalvidea, of the San Gabriel Mission, who pioneered the use of a horizontal, direct impulse water wheel. It was completed in the hispanic traditional method by Mission Indian neophytes on December 31, 1816, according to Mission archives. ^^^ Cement was made by burning stone; lime for plaster was burned from ocean shells. Walls measuring nearly six feet thick and tapering to almost three feet at full height, are of volcanic block stone and handmade adobe brick. The roof is of tile over timber beams cut from the San Gabriel mountains. The grist mill was operated by water from Kewen and Los Robles Canyons for about seven yeftrs, and finally fell into disuse when a second mill, . of which nothing remains today, was built closer to the Mission. In later years, the old . mill has served, successively as a ranch bunkhouse, a club house for itinerant golfers, and prlv- Titans Face Tough Bout With Rams By JIM HAMMOND For the San Marino fighting Titans, tomorrow night's bout with the Temple City Rams will determine Whether or not they have put together the kind of team that is capable ¿of winning the tough Rio Hondo League. . The Rams, 1-1 in league action, will be challenging the Titans at 8 p.m. at San Marino for the San Marino's 1969 homecoming. Temple City is coming off last Friday night's 14-8 win over La Canada and a tough loss' to South Pasadena, 10-8, the week before. In order for San Marino to come out on top in this matchup it will have to contain and stop the Rams with defense and belt out an exploding offensive game. The Duarte Falcons became prey last week to San Marino's second league victory as they were crushed 35-6 in a completely SM-sided game. Top Titan scorer was halfback Tracy Totten, who carried 17 times for 127 yards and two TDs from 56 and 7 yards out in the second quarter. Also in the^first half, Barney Dawson lehrst rosseci crossed the goal line tor SM on a screen pass play behind the blocking of Bill Langemade, Bill Fister, and Jim Hammond. Titans Clean Up Police Seek Burglars In Three Case* A car parked in the garage of the Richard N. Mackay residence on Chaucer road fell victim to a burglar last weekend. According to police reports, automotive parts totaling in excess of $800 were neatly removed from the vehicle. Included among the items taken were the transmission, the carburetor, two tires and a tape deck. police are also seeking a suspect who entered the Veto Guarino residence on St. Albans road sometime during Sunday night and absconded with approximately 100 bottles of liqueurs and liquors. Police reports indicate that entrance was gained by prying open a window. In a third burglary which took., place on Monday afternoon, two suspects are being sought after they entered the K. B. Tolles home on Walling-ford road and took a television set. SAN MARINANS NAMED GRAND JURY NOMINEES TWo San Marinans are among the 31 residents of the San Gabriel Valley listed as nominees for the 1970 Los Angeled County Grand Jury announced last week. They are Mrs. Alyce M. Sission, homemaker, tf Hampton road and Albert M. Iblo, retired, of St. Albans road. smoking.................. ..„_ • . 1...... ■■«.■>-■ October '21 — 1:10 p.m. — ness administration with em- ments for their P,ck UP bV an Fire equipment to Sharon Phasis in financé, personnel independent contractor or have place. Hot ashes put on com- and public relations. Monson the trash company do it for an bustiblës in yard. has served in various manage- additional fee? Under the tenta- October 21 — 6:15 p.m. — ment capacities with Southern tlve Program the monthly fee Fire equipment to public li- California Edison Company and t0 be charged by collectors has also been in insurance would not exceed $7.50 monthly, sales. but this will undoubtedly be According to Malcolm, Mon- stricken so that the property son was the outstanding candi- owner and his collector can date in a field of 30 highly a8ree on the monthly charge. Auto-bike collision. Bike rider qualified individuals who ap- Currently there are 28 trash taken to hospital with minor P^ed for the position. The city collectors licensed to do busi- injuriies. manager said "the city is for- „ess in this city. All are small October 22 — 4:59 p.m. — tunate in securing his services operators with possibly two ex- Fire equipment to Hornet road. and we look forward to his ceptions. It was reported at the joining the staff." - Monson and his wife reside in Duarte. Ebright, Lauri Macklin and Peter Shelton. Tickets may be purchased at the door. brary. Leak in boiler at safety plug. October 22 — 2:59 p.m. — Ambulance to San Gabriel boulevard and Lombardy road. Electrical short in refrigerator. October 23 — 3:26 a.m. — Ambulance to Wembley road. Patient taken to hospital. October 23 — 2:41 p.m. — Fire equipment to Chester avenue. Pan over-heated on stove. October 24 -—10:17 a.m. — Fire equipment to Carlaris road. Fire in basement of residence: Suspected cause: accumulated gas ignited by an ad- meeting that service by all had improved materially during the past few weeks and that com- Tuberculin Tests vnn Available At Primary Schools Tuberculin tests will be Offered to all first, second and third grade students at Carver, Valentine and Stoneman Schools on November 4. The program, which is offered by the Pasadena Tuber- and the high school. Estimated were listed as $9,548 and $18,520 respectively, the latter appear ing as the most costly single item remaining in the program. Also approved was going to bid on the installation of automatic sprinkler systems in the play areas of Carver. Huntington and Valentine schools, as well as the provision of electrical service to these three areas and seeding at Valentine and Huntington. Totai estimate for all sprinkler installations was listed as $28,262 with the largest amount, $12,375, appropriated for Huntington. The last items of priority given the bid go-ahead were the classrooms storage, cabinets at Carver estimated to cost approximately $10,750 and air conditioning baffle screens at the high school at $6,500. The board also approved purchase of 4,000 volumes for the Huntington resource center, estimated at $24,000. Recap At Whittle, architect for the project, told the board members that the worst of the prob- , l^TOs wer« behind .them. In re- [-. . .capping the projectsto date, he : Co vington is almost complete. Still remaining are the installation of the steel window frames, minor cabinet work, and some plumbing and heating connecting work. Estimated time of completion for thè Huntington resource center is mid-March. At Valentine, the lunch shelter and lighting program are both ready to get underway, and the drawings have been completed for the sinks and doors.Chamber Slates Spedai Meeting plaints to city hall had dropped cu,osis Association in coopéra to only a couple or three a day. The San Marino Chamber of jàcent furnace or water heater. Commerce has scheduled a October 24 — 1:59 p.m. — spécial luncheon meeting to be Ambulance to Monterey road, held on Monday, November 10, Patient taken to hospital. at Woody & Eddy's beginning October 26 — 2:46 p.m. — at 12 noon. Ambulance to Coniston place. Guest speaker for the occa-Patient taken to hospital. sion will be Robert B. Carle- October 26 — 3:20 p.m. — son, chief deputy director of Ambulance to Lacy Park. Foot- public works for the State of ball accident. Patient taken to California. According to prehospital. view information, Carleson will October 27 — 9:05 a.m. — present some vital information Fire equipment to Avondale concerning the future of San road. /Malfunction of control Marino and surrounding areas. Document Another document carrying _ __ m the title "Code Revisions Re- For November 10 @ardins Refuse collection and Disposal" was also reviewed button on furnace. Nominations were made by superior court judges who se- ate residence. In 1962, El Mo-In the second half, after sev- lected 153 persons for consider- lino Viejo was deeded as an era! ball turnovers, Bill Bon- ation of appointment to the 23- historical monument to the City ner .put the Titans on the score- member panel. Final selection of San Marino by Mr. and Mrs. board again with a 27-yard will be made in December James R. Brehm, the former field goal. On the next'offen- through a series of drawings. Leslie Huntington, sive series, junior halfback Wayne Payne picked up the p rL Decorcl: Local magic six on a seven yard ror inc iteiuru. k.wwipitchout play. ____j Voters Oppose Override San Marino's second string defense held the Falcons deep —— - ■•.. a For the record, San Marino voters took a dim view of the k . . „ „„„^„^ blockea puni oy^f*« 'gan fjve preCincts here, the vote was no on the issue calling pf __j far a 17-^pnt increase in the tax-rate. The total local vote was Agencies are named to the Second Mailing Coming Up In Chest Effort .. Want to prove that nice things really do "come in small packages. Simple £lace a check in an envelope and mail it tb your Community Chest today! This is last-chance week for those Who want every possible cent of ' their donations to go to the Chest, not the United States Post Office. The second mailing in the campaign, meaning more overhead in postage and supplies, will be prepared Tuesday at 9 a.m. in City Hall council chambers by mothers of San Marino'1 <WrI Scouts. Every name crossed 'off the list before then means more in the Reservations for the special meeting are_ being taken now at the Chamber of Commerce office and Chamber President Frank Donant urges all members to attend and to bring guests and potential members. and revised. It deals with the citizens' responsibilities and covers such details as location of trash recepticles, sizes, and precautions to preserve the health of the neighbdrhood. The City Manager and City Attorney were instructed to revamp the proposals into two specific documents. One will deal with the property owner and his part in improving the trash collection system and the other will have to do with the collectors and their responsibilities to the city. No time was set for the final texts to be submitted to the council, but it is expected they will be ready before the end of the year. tion with the San Marino School District, is free of charge and all that is required is the signed permission slips which should be returned by tomorrow. The time schedule for the tests is: Carver School, 8:35 a.m.; Valentine School, 9:30 a.m. and Stoneman School, 10 a.m. PTA representatives will be on hand at each location to assist the school nurses. NON-SOLICITATION CARDS The San Marino City Hall has extra non-solicitation cards available for those citizens who have misplaced the cards that were distributed by Fire Department personnel. The cards should be completed and returned to the City Hall for filing in order to avoid unwanted solicitations. the top * five wire SrSth quarter s^t up San five local precincts here, the vote was no on^the issue calling prpralsed support, nk at 11:19, Bruce JiK one-yard plunge for a 17-cent increase in the tax-rate. The toteUooal vote, was ^^ Boyer at 11:22, and John West- by fuiiback Dave Morrison, cott at 11:30. The Falcons only score of the Tomorrow the Titans travel game £ 'O Temple City, with the meet minutes^ left m theM W» scheduled for 4 p.m. It is pos- they «SfhlS.® »ible, if there are no smog ¿on- ^ ^Sct ditions, that the meet will be This set, thei^u^ta ^ne« moved uP to the traditional position for a two yard dive ay l'me Of 3:15. their fullbacK. no; 730, yes.. Here is how it went: Prednct 29 2800 Monterey road - - Precinct 30 1650 Huntington drive - - - - Preclnct 31 1700 Huntington drive - - - - Precinct 32 2701 Huntington drive - ! - - -, Precinct 33 1300 San Gabriel boulevard - - Yes 194 ,101 152 152 131 Chest budget not only for their availability to San Marinans but for their value to the Sao Gabriel Valley as a whole. For J30 yourself, for others—for that RECEIVING EAGLE SCOUT AWARDS at last week's Court of Honor were from left: Gordon 184 boy down the block, for a child Pollock, troop 352; Grant Ivey, troop 351; Steve He?ns, troop 356; and John Reitnouer, troop 354. 174 you may never meet — give Alsb completing his Eagle Scout requirements was Kent B Johnson who is away at college ana 192 now. • was unable to attend the ceremonies. : "T,ve PHOTO The High School resource center is moving rapidly, with plastering scheduled to begin within a few days. Completion date for the structure is now estimated to be in February.Elections Now Mandatory For School Board Walter Dingus, superintendent of schools, advised members of the Board of Education this week of the contents of a new law which states that after November 10 any vacancy on a local governing board of a school district must be filled by an election rather than an appointment. The election must be conducted in the school district within 120 days after the vacancy occurs and the cost will be a charge against the general fund of. the school district. The election is to be conducted in the same manner as regular board member elections. Exceptions to the law will be that if the vacancy occurs less than four months prior to the end of the term, there shall be no special election and the replacement will be elected at the regular trustee election. If for any reason, vacancies should occur in a majority of the offices on the school district governing board, the president of the county board of education may appoint members of the county board of education to the school district governing board until new members of the governing board are elected. HOMECOMING TICKETS Tickets for, tomorrow night's Homecoming game will be on sale today and tomorrow at the high school. They may be purchased from . members of the Student Coun> dl between the hours of ll: lt a.m.' and 1 p.m. at die window adjacent to the aaiist* tant principal's office. Adnlt admission is $1.50; children's price is 79 cents. ■í $ 1 '1 ;