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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 8, 1958, Pasadena, California80s Csc Fri to resume Onfry Iroy representative of City lines and the brother Hood of Railroad trainmen will meet in the office of Fred Ferguson Federal conciliator at 10 . Friday to resume negotiations of the bus Drivers strike. The Drivers have been on St nip since dec 2 settlement unlikely prospects for an Early settlement Are not exactly Bright but at least we. Are going to get them together and make another try at getting the buses rolling Ferguson said. I meanwhile in los Angeles the brotherhood of Railroad trainmen yesterday denounced mayor Morris Poul son s demand for a secret vote by 1.200 striking bus Drivers on the latest company offer As unwarranted interference with free collective bar Poulson warns Poulson warned Tho Union monday that if it fails to accept his demand he will ask metropolitan and Asbury bus lines to Issue a five a y no Tice to its employees to return to work Don sheets. Brotherhood of Railroad trainmen chairman told Poulson that his demand for a vote has disrupted negotiations and Enron Rupert management. He added in rejecting the request you have conclusively demonstrated your intent and desire to take the Side of metropolitan coach girl sues pal after Accident a teen age Candy making at tempt which ended tragically last August resulted yester Day in the filing of a s36.000 personal injury suit in Pasa Dena Superior court. Sandra Shaefer 13. And her father Jack w. Schaefer. Of 1922 Pepper dr., Altadena blamed Sandra s chum Nancy Pope and her father. Thomas m. Pope for negligence in the Accident which severely burned Sandra s legs hands and body. The complaint stated that Sandra was at Nancy s Home 1403 e. Mendocino St. Alia Dena. When Nancy tried to make Candy on a Gas stove. It claimed Nancy spilled the pot of hot syrup on Sandra who was sitting nearby. Besides severe Burns san-1 claimed permanent scars i on her left leg. Probe held up in baby death an inquest into the death of 10-week old Catherine Eliza Beth Duff which had been scheduled for today has been postponed. Sheriff s homicide detectives said yesterday the inquest probably will be held within a week. Catherine daughter of or. And mrs. Asa Wiley Duff 2374 n. Marengo ave., Alta Dena died of a brain injury following a fall last thursday. Memorial services were con ducted sunday at Westminster presbyterian Church where the baby s Grandfather. Or. Max m. Morrison is pastor. Flames sweep through Home Temple City. Leaping a blames first seen sweeping across the window drapes plunged through a House at 5108 n. Dale View ave., reducing the Interior to ashes and causing in damage it was reported yesterday. The occupant Charles Hoy it Salesman was shopping in Pasadena and the owner Randall m. Barrett who lives in a House at 5106 n. Dale View ave., directly to the rear was visiting his wife Joan in the Hospital. Talk scheduled the Public is invited to hear Felix Layton. World traveler and former High school Prin Cipal in India speak on divine plan in a chaotic world Friday at 8 . At the. Shake Speare club in Pasadena under the auspices of the theosophy ical society. Cup that Pasadena s postwar High school Bonds too Little too late need for additional buildings foreseen during recent years this is the third of a teries of .11 factual articles of tiny Forth Tbs or tit of school District Plant the onrushing throngs of new students soon a ill be knocking at doors of classrooms that today do not exist and exploring the dollars and cents considerations in resolving these problems. Editor by John butt there Are several reasons Why Pasadena has fallen behind in meeting its needs for secondary school facilities so far behind in fact that educators estimate some will be needed to provide accommodation for the 1961 enrolment in Junior High High school and Junior College grades. The reasons that construction has not kept Pace with foreseeable need include the following school Bonds Defeated of secondary school Bond issues in 1933. From 6-4-4 to 6-3-3-2 plan in 1954, which intensified High school classroom shortages by 1 trans Fering 10th grades from Junior highs to the High schools and 2i separating Junior College and High school students who formerly mingled on the Muir and City College campuses. Reduction of the amounts asked for in the soc Essul 1954 Bond election to insure wider Public acceptance. In asking the Public to approve the addition Al Bonds that were clearly foreseen when the 1954 Bond amounts were trimmed. Obsolescence of secondary school Struc Tures almost All of which Are now More than 25 years obsolescence hastened by the 1933 earthquake and subsequent Laws regulating school design. In settling upon a site for Pasadena High school. In the conduct of Pasadena school affairs which diverted attention from the building program and destroyed the continuity of leadership. This is a difficult Factor to assess but it is probably pertinent to note that whereas a single superintendent served Pasadena schools in the 20 years before 1948, there have been four superintendents in the subsequent 10 years and there is about to be a fifth eight persons served on the Pasa Dena school Board in the dozen years prior to 1946, but there have been 20 different members in the subsequent 12 years no shortage of delay but whatever the reason of delay there has been considerable. The citizen committee under direction of Earl s. Messer realtor which studied the need for school Bonds in 1954, started with an administration estimate that foreseeable secondary school building needs at that time totalled about the Messer committee arbitrarily reduced this Fig ure to and the school Board subsequently fur ther reduced it to s8.800.000, which was the amount of Bonds approved by the voters in 1954. In reducing the administration s estimate the Messer report noted we realize that the administration projected the above plans Over a five year period but it was the opinion of the committee that we should not include All of these plans in the present Bond Issue but that we should wait and do what seems to be Best a few years from in the ensuing years the minutes of the Board of education have been peppered with references to the growing school population and the need for a further Bond Issue. But school boards like personal budget keepers Are often Loath to face the obvious when it is unpleasant for example As Early As August 1956, then superintendent or. Stuart f. Mccomb told a meeting of school administrators during this school year in my opinion we Are going to have to have another Bond Issue. I have hinted this to the Board. I started to talk about it once but they changed the need for Bonds foreseen Mccomb attempted to talk about it again at a Board meeting just about a years 1957. He urged that the Board consider a Bond Issue this year to enable Pasadena High school to open its doors with a com plete Plant in 1959. Board members commented As Fol lows it s easy for educators to keep asking for More Money but we Are obligated to show the Community our stewardship of Money we have before asking for "1 thought the superintendent had been instructed not to consider a Bond Issue until we had determined How far we can go with available you Don t expect a decision tonight do the decision was never nude by the Board then in office and has not yet been made by the Board now in office. It is of such delays that building crises Are formed. Vol. Z7s Jan. 1951 a morning Dally published at paid Tea. Cam. Deb Viry Imi month mail sunday 79e month daily per month in Advance Mai Lintl Loe daily. 15c sunday. Second clan mail authorized at Wadena putt office. Qualified to accept Leni id Vert Ina by Superior curl Omar Ipina Dena a no. C-1411 june e. Pasadena of Flam Sis t Colour Xii St. 8v to nil or by 1-mm. Suburban Offlee Ltd lint an. Arcadia i inflation school turmoil and out of Dale building Cost estimates produced less school construction than anticipated hut 1954 Bond Issue still did much Good. Special coolest most Leou Rifel canopies under the Sun Ray of Lite lets soft flattering Light in but keeps Sun out and the Only awnings patios door hoods Pool Cabanas with Filton 25 that blocks out heat designed by famous Raymond Loewy they Are indeed the Royalty of awning to visit our new f factory showroom Hie estimates easy terms Follbert 4-1235 3-4121 fir Mill Coupon Torii it is-1 2m7 ii mint., cell. I d Liht Mai anti Mitlin in full Kiy-0-Llto. Nim. Hint. Del years of service to Pasadena families and business Auto Drushb in Ramis student Mitt my time a pm diff plastic bodied the crash. Might school 1967 vehicle sports ear crashed in flames Hollis lived in Glendale with was owned by a stoits Broth Early yesterday in Tuunga. Rakisits 38, who said he or. Steve 2240 Barton in. Burning the body of its Hollis the car to , who is in the Navy occupant beyond recognition. Sheriffs deputies said the victim was tentatively identified As Aubrey Hollis 32, a student at a los Angeles school. The car struck a stucco garage being moved with three i other buildings on foothill blvd. Near Lowell ave., just inside the los Angeles City limits. Deputies g. 6. Ballinger and Thomas Mcneill who had chased the car at speeds up to 85 nvp.h., were unable to reach the Driver before flames engulfed him. The officers had chased the car from foothill blvd. And Brasdell ave. I la Crese enu a distance of about Miles. The Auto went Over the top of a Hill a earner of the garage skidded Iso Yards and burst into flame. Ballinger and Mcneill at tempted to put out the Blaze with extinguishers. They said the Gas tank exploded after youths blamed for Vand Fem Arcadia. Juveniles ire be Leved responsible for Vandal it urn the Arcadia school which was reported a Mother ticket Booth monday with damage Esti i smashed with a Metal mated at 155. Stool. Carloads the Golden anniversary of the Pasadena realty Board sunday january 19 in the classified pages of. The Independent Star news roofing knt Quality mob. Roh we thick special Furch Cho pm yet Call now _ Supply limited Lincoln ave. Umber Mill co. building supplies if it s lumber Call our number or 7-h59-Jtr 1-4492 monday to Friday to s . Saturday to 4 . We give Green Stamps store hours monday Friday tues., wed. Thurs., sat. Lomella 111 Ponder puff pastels the Kay Windsor exclusive the most miraculous Wash and Wear fabric Ever toss it into a Washer and it comes out ready to Wear in a matter of minutes no ironing and never stretches a soft As Cashmere crease resistant blend of celanese8 Cela a. Small buttons Parade Down the front of this Short cuffed sleeve coat dress that comes in either Blue or Oyster. Sites 10 to 20. .17.98 b. Step in Sheath dress with sloping Collar rounded Back Yoke and shirring to Wear beautifully on the travel circuit. Apricot or Oyster. Sizes 10 to 20.17.98 c. The jewel neckline is the nicest kind of setting for whatever jewels you fancy with this dress you la live in because it s the look you contrasting leather Bell Marks the Waistline. Oyster or Pink. Sizes 10 to 20.17.98 d. You la win approving glances in this Belt or no Chemise buttoned straight Down the front that is boldly simple of design. Mint or Oyster. Sizes 10 to 20 Noih t fashion floor Pasadena Alhambra atian1ic o 527whittier Oxbow .1 8291 West Arcadia Hiu Crest 6-3131 Pomona Lycoming 9

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