California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Jan 20 1962, Page 6

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 20, 1962, Pasadena, CaliforniaInyim moist Satu Hoay. January it finalist i1x contest Federal employee honoured a Robert la Rue is n supervising Hydraulic Engineer for the us. Army Engineer Dis Trucl assigned As the chief of a hydrology unit which develops flood statistics used in the design of flood control and multiple purpose projects in the District. Ii you think that sounds complicated listen to what else she does she develops design floods used for preliminary Examina Tion Survey and design re ports and determines the Quan Tity of debris storage space re for debris basins and Well then no wonder shei was nominated by the District As its Federal woman of the year. Bobby As she is better known did t quite make it but she was one of four final uses who had to Bow to the or. Phyllis f. Shroff chief of service at the Veteran s administration Center in Angeles. Or. Shroff and the four run Nurs up were honoured yester Day at a recognition lunch con in the Staller Lilion hotel in los Angeles. Mrs. Rue who resides at 715 Cornell ril., 1 Asadena is the Only women Hydro logic Engineer in he District Anil one of eight in the entire uni cd Stales. She was responsible for developing hydrology reports for the following projects Eaton Wash Juinio Wash diversion Santa Anita Wash Sawpit Wash upper Rio Hon do Burbank Wes Lorn upper Angeles River Santa Clara River Carbon Canyon dam and Channel san Antonio and Chino creeks. East twin and warm creeks Mojo pc River and others she spent 15 months work ing in the Honolulu District of the corps of engineers As chief o the hydrology Sec Llori working on flood control and Harbor investigations. Pasadena Hydraulic Engineer named runner up in Federal woman of the year contest. Library offers weapon exhibit exhibit of weapons o the e civil War is currently 01 display in the main Hall of tin Pasadena Public Library. Included in the collection on loan from the Eaton Cantor muzzle loaders association Are historic mussels relics from the Battle Fields Bowie knives revolvers a Saber Belt of Buffalo hide and holds making bullets and balls. The display is of popular interest to civil War collectors and gun enthusiasts. Members represented in the display Are John Seay chairman of the association s Board of directors Arthur Frye Joseph Graham. Or. Stuart d. Phillips. Johnson and de gunmen skip from skip inn with Cash two Cool customers who wanted Money instead of Beer got s19s from the skip inn bar at 107 e. Valley blvd., san Gabriel late thursday. Bartender Joseph Salanitro told police the two my about d or girl 2, Hurt in fall from moving Auto a 2-year-old South san Gabriel girl was in fair condition Yuste Ixia after she fell from a moving automobile late thurs Day. Faith d Angelis was taken pm taps 10.pcc students ten students and two fac Silty members were honoured b membership in Omicron my Delta the highest lion ovary society at Pasadena City College in traditional tapping ceremonies thursday. Following the tapping of the students in their classrooms during the morning the newly honoured members were pro sen cd to the student body in Assembly by Tom Nunley omd president. One new Tapple is Mari Lyn Vore of he editorial staff of lie nil Star news. She also is Mil Tor of the i co other new members of omd ire Sheryl Bresnean tapped Foi giving tremendous asset to All projects undertaken by the pc cosmetology department and for her work on various theatrical productions. Carol Galbraith who is Active in associated women students spartans Sopho More class Council and Many other organizations on Campus. The fraternal notes Oman Grotto schedules 13th annual installation in in 11 i 1_ j t i i a ii ill l1v1i ou1 v 13 or 20 years old. And about to los Angelus county Gen Circle k other Campus 01, five feet eight inches tall. Hospital after emergency ganglion. Walked in the Back door about 6 the Oman Grotto move Era will conduct the 13lh annual instal lation of officers today at 8 . At Pasadena Toof tem ple 7 Arthur Swenson p. M. Of Franco Grotto will be the master of ceremonies and Sim Kitay p. A. Of Ariza will be the installing marshal taking office for. 1962 r will j. Harding Monarch David e Craven chief jul slice Jack Zeltner master of care monies Clarence spar Ling treasurer Russell Hod Secretary Nichplas t. Arlotti venerable a r o p he to Carl a. Soderstrom chaplain Albert Vav. So Tor marshal and William Mccash Captain of the guard. Others to be installed Are Virgil lain. Marlon Smith Sentinel Fred Holzer Royal k i Bier Monarch s aide Fred Carpenter organist and Harold w. Hart musician. Hostesses for the social hour to follow will be the Crown jewels of Oman Grotto. Fork f and am Amnnda Parl Lodge no. 627, free and accepted masons will meet monday at . At 2425 Seneca St. The first Sally Grant for her work degree will be conferred by Vith the freshman and Sopho More councils various com missions waa Adel hians spartans and other Campus organizations. John Hedrick who is presi Dent of the language Council and general right Arm to the foreign language department. William Hughes Active in Circle a radio and other Cam pus organizations and speech Council president. Claes Klang Active in Stu Dent government As associated student body treasurer treasurer of the California Junior e College student government association and treasurer ircle k Sandra Parsons was recognized for her outstanding con Ribi irions to. The courier the pc newspaper. Edward Sanders the Asb president representative at of the finance commis Sion civil service commission 1 Sui Luna of and am Pasadena Lodge no. 272, free and accepted masons will Confer the second degree of masonry monday at 8 at Pasadena masonic Temple. Joe senior Warden will preside in the East. All master masons Welcome. Shrllie Artaban shrine no. Will have a Swiss Steak dinner tuesday from 5 to 7 . At the Pasa Dona masonic Temple. Reservations May be made by Call ing Mable Foster by. 7-5131. Courtesy night will be observed at the meeting to Fol Low at 8 o clock. Mable Elliott worthy., High priestess and Joe Fiock watchman of Shep will preside. Irma Arm Strong is chairman of the eve Ning. to dunce. Pasadena aerie no. 719, fraternal order of eagles is Spon Soring a dance today at 8 . At eagles rd., Altadena. All members and Friend Welcome. Women of Moose Pasadena chapter no. 709, women of the Moose will hear committee reports at the Reg ular business meeting monday at 8 . At Moose Hall 24 e. . And one of them showed an automatic pistol. The other one stepped be treatment at san Gabriel Joseph Sanfilippo the guid Unity Hospital. She has a possible Skull fracture. Ii ind the bar As he 10 patrons mrs Rac Marie d Angelis ind the bartenders paused ini29 3638 n. Strathmore St., their conversation and san. Gabriel s140 from the Cash Register. The car door flew open then he calmly walked Down he bar tossing a Coin at each1 customer As he passed him ind asking that the customer s Vallet be put on lie liar. The customers estimated about 558 was taken from the Vallet s before the pair disappeared out the Back door. Ing Force behind the freshman parking committee vice presi Dent of Circle a representative Council president and a live in various other Campus organizations. John Thurman director of Man sailed Aiter threat to Deputy a 2 l .year-6lci truck Driver was. In jail yesterday after pointing a .25.caliber automatic pistol it Deputy sheriff who had gone to the suspect s Homo in answer to a disturbance Call. The gun which Timothy Joseph , 227 w. Moun Tain view.St., Altadena held on Deputy. Robert a Hanley 37, was later found to be empty. Hanley and his partner Ron Ald tin Del went to the Home when mrs. Pat Acevedo began screaming hysterically., the suspect s brother Henry Ace Vedo. Met the deputies outside the House a and volunteered to go inside arid bring out his brother. When the t emerged Timothy Acevedo pointed the gun at Hanley then turned and ran inside the House where the two Acevedo Chil Dren were asleep. Henry Acevedo two deputies went inside and Dis armed the suspect. It was then that they discovered the gun was unloaded. Contract awarded Washington the Interior department has announced award of a 510.6 Mil lion contract construction of 222 Miles of Gigli Village transmission lines to carry Power nearly a third of the length of California. 12 gambling to held in raid past dim vice squad officers raided an Al scr no Avenue residence and arrested 12 per sons ,6n gambling charges late Liln Ruday. Maudlle Mae Dunlop 34, who is the reported owner of. The Home at j.3g4 Al Screno Avo was booked on suspicion of permitting gambling. Booked on s us lion of Gam bling were a chs Wise 17, of 765 Summit ave. And Charlie Peterson 870 n. Orange Grove blvd. Police arrested nine others on suspicion .61 being present at a gambling game. When investigators sgt. Ray Cockel and Ben were in the process of arrest ing the suspects six others escaped. Suspected gamblers jumped through the windows after breaking the Glass police said. Juk urges Export step up us Gold Aid Washington pics ident Kennedy said yesterday the uni cd Stales could virtually eliminate the overseas Drain on its Gold and dollars by in creasing exports to per cent. He called on labor and business to cooperate in the Effort. I do not think this is beyond any to told some businessmen attending a . Treasury Bond conference. As she crossed the intersection Ramn of Hellman and Del mar it pc founder o her two daughters and their blog tumbled to the pavement. The older girl Charlotte 7, escaped with minor abrasions and the dog landed on All Lour feet unhurt. The Frank Arnold Library the pc club and pc men s letter club. Harriet Van Osdell adviser to student government which capacity she has Given Many unselfish hours. Places to go today Artl Pasadena Art museum third biennial National print exhibition through feb. 6 j painting with Sand through Jan. 28. Hours 10-5 daily until 9 tues. 2-5 Sun. Closed Mon. Heintl Nifon Library 18th cent u by c h i 1 d r e n s books great bibles civil War sex 1-Liibit. Permanent collection in Olides Isth Century portraits and decorative arts. 1151 of ipod rd., san Marino. Baily except Mon. Little paintings by Eleanor Perry through january. Hours 12-5 sat. Closed . S. Raymond ave., Pasadena. Occidental cell Csc a Shibi Ion of paintings by Catherine and Frodo Dann. Through Jan 24. 9-3, . Thome Hall. Monrovia in bloc show times Watercolours and drawings by Lames Couper Wright through Jan. 31. Mon.-fri., sat 321 s. Myrtle ave. San Marino in bloc serigraphs by sister Mary co Rita 1hm. Through Jan. 31. . 9-9 fri.-sat., 96. Manhattan s. Lake ave., Pasadena. Mon Day tues. Sat., fri., exhibit lectures pc tuesday evening of Public affairs. Jan 23. Years under the Stanton Waterman. 8 . I Public historical rooms open 2 to 5 . Wed. And Friday. Fire. A place ill the International film series. ., Jan. 20. Pc. Ent e it Ash m ent Mel Olsen a orchestra Tel Green 50 e. Green St. Latin dance combo frl., sat. Sun. Nights Al Poche cafe 233 w. Mission dr., san Ului Lia Nall Colorado f town month Ivi Lynul Triy r Linvil i. Cahn ref music the Jolly Hartford theater sues Yves Montand owners of the Huntington vj41imii la .i1i1ji1u Jieu ulv Coachman 9151 e. Las Tunas blvd., Temple City weekends theater the Leaf comedy. Nightly at except Sun. Glendale Center theater. The Deli Lek nightly at except mondays. Satur Daj matinee at Pasadena playhouse. In Holly filed a breach of contract suit against French stage and screen Star. Yves Montand and los Angeles pro Ducer James a. Doolittle. Drama productions corp the theater s Parent company charged Montand gave them an Oral agreement to stage his evening with Yves Montand at the Huntington Hartford. Gabriel. The ire Paul the Shenandoah Trio and Pat Paulsen. Showtime 9, pm. Ana. J 2-1 n. Mentor ave., Pasadena. Toland Monrovia or i hit Lii c Ihrer i emf k xxx Row i in a Rill to in Chr a i i flight n t the i Aii Sentio ill ratio Llfra la final it a the Ike m Pirk t plot Howard Hughes Johnw Anje i tort to 4 x f Technics left Sill. Now playing the dy8buk" Patricia Hui Lon John Bra Takuy Kichard Hall a modern prefer iranian of a powerful Folk legend i t. All i Cinema i i mite ii Calle mayor main Street with Betsy Blair Siar of awarded International critics prize 19s6 Venice film festival saturday Jan. 20 . To 3-3370 Sexson aud., Pasadena City Rouege two outstanding Coleman concerts Pasadena playhouse sundays at . Feb. 4-Metana quartet of Goldberg feb. Music of 14lh 1o 16th 6 san gun 5 and Advance reservations Cote Mon chamber Minic Assn. 46 n. Los Robles. Pasadena by 3-5721 h any Hekels arc ill available thru Vilt he on Safe at Box office one Werk off Orr Carh Correri. Jea., Whf. Than. Fri. Al Monte drive in aral to Lii l go 1-s4. I a. Til. I Bijj or. Shocker Korli Novilis in town without Pitt tin Ernol Liori inc Ann a season of passion tin. Twin. Frt. Iii -.m. la big sky of Fig Hiff ants technicolor and Presley Blue Hawaii drive in Al Ritj 1011 tin hrs flu Monrovia in. M. Sit. Soa. N Heyword John Cavan Stab Lite Back Street drive in plus it Imauri lira Turner Sandra tits imitation of life Al Hart senior Deacon. Bert quilter chaplain will deliver Colorado blvd. Dorothy Duck the charge. Visitors Welcome. Worth senior Regent will pre Altadena r Ami am Altadena Lodge no 67s, free and accepted masons will funds tues. Gayest sophisticated comedy in Audrey Hepburn husband loses Hope Confer the second masonry monday at . After 10th daughter at Altadena masonic Temple breakfast sur. Millard Hurlburt i be Given up liar Semor Warden presiding All master masons Welcome. Altadena legion auxiliary auxiliary of unit 470, american legion meets no wonder. His wife Rosalie 39, just monday at 8 the Fred e. Nelso memorial building gave birth to their 10th Daugh with Katherinc Clift president Lawrence Harvey foil biu1isii Acau my Awa Huil presiding. The president of the 18th District will pay an. Offi and Ellen Clit hostesses announce there will be White elephant Sale. Uiligi buy in i us tour Tyfian Hare 473 club the social club of East Pasadena chapter no. 473, older of the Eastern Star will by 6-3191 Mil i-650s n 1m3 a Colorado smoking f Elk pitied Kox office opens 12 noon last 4 Days have a regular luncheon meet ing tuesday noon at Lamanda hark masonic Temple Accord Wall Disney Fresenius Glenn Ford Belle Davis pocketful of miracles plus Rife Hayworth Haruro Happy thieves reservations May be Marte by babes in to land plus cinemascope color with David Ladd Arthur o Connell by 1-7131 770 a Colorado . Toil. Qua Sun. John Labh w t a Tiffani no. M Kos cow a techno Cocos ?3 fair Oaks so. A Sartina smoking permitted in in loony hox of Ich of in s last 4 Days slim Nonte . Only of Chilynn the Story of what four men did to a what the town did to them parisian nudes sensational h strippers Ong oll1es Duus Only tie second time around Audrey Hepburn Kirk Douglas in town Armour pity color by of luxe fool . Edgewood 4-0263 vmt8 of ftps theatre in w. Hill. , at 1 Ull International i ten festival the heat of summer forbidden fruit Elv Lsmst

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