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Independent, The (Newspaper) - November 6, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaBus Drivers open talks on 5-Day, 40-hour week Puc resumes hearings on Valley water rates the state Public utilities commission will resume hearings today on the application of the California water and Telephone co. For a annual increase in water rates in its san Gabriel Valley division. Commissioner Rex Hardy and examiner Stewart c. Warner will preside at 10 an. At 145 South Spring St in los Angeles. The Day of san Marino is expected to protest fire hydrant service and charges and to offer evidence regarding service deficiencies. In the company s so called upper system which includes san Marino adjacent territory to the North and a portion of san Gabriel an increase is sought from to a month for 1500 cubic feet of water. In the lower system including Rosemead and a part of Temple City the company is asking an increase from to a month for the same amount of water. Toutt for Chris plea on school Campus nixed Temple dry. A request to organize a youth for Christ division on the Temple City High school Campus was turned Down this week by the school Board. The Temple City unified school District Board of trus tees voted unanimously against establishment of the group on the strength of the Survey made by the office of the superintendent of schools. Pastors polled the organization was started originally by athletes at the University of California at los Angeles. Now the athletes Are going to various school districts in the county to establish similar units at the High schools. The Survey covered other neighbouring school districts and polled various pastors in the area. Pasadena studied it was also noted that the Pasadena school system allows no religious groups in the schools. Rosemead on the other hand already hat youth for Christ division on its High school Campus and that Dis trick s reaction is favourable. The Temple City Board that it prefers to go along with the general county school department s policy religious meetings on Campus. hits dump site lease by City Martha m. Johnson yesterday fired the first gun in her pre april. City Council election Campaign As she vehemently attacked Azusa s proposed Van 9-cent on hour raise included in negotiations metropolitan coach lines 1500 bus Drivers yesterday sought a 5-Day. 40-hour work week with no reduction in pay As negotiations opened on a new contract with the brother Hood of Railroad trainmen. Metro Drivers and those employed by its Asbury subsidiary now Are paid an hour for a 6-Day, 48-hour week. Seek Bate the new contract proposals submitted by the Union include a 52.41 hourly wage rate for the 5-Day, 40-hour week plus a 9-cent hourly pay raise or a total Iff according to Don sheets Brt general chairman. The demands exceed the present hourly scale won last june by division 1277 of the transportation Union for Drivers and other employees of the competing los Angeles transit lines. Late Drivers who have been on the five Day 40-hour week for some time will ret an automatic 10-cent hourly increase to sheets said the upcoming 2-year metro contract is the first to be negotiated since expiration of the seniority cover age granted to employees of video for a proportionate in Sierra Madre. Auto a crease in the trash pickup Ces sories Worth were taken to multiple family dwell Canyon dump site Tassel lease. She charged secret negotiations and termed the lease exorbitant under the lease she claimed the City will pay for the first 50 years and 000 for the second 49 years. Tour members of the. City she added have absolute Power to impose this debt on the peo ple of Anns without pub Lic Atlon hearing or vote on less the people demand these rights. The total rent is absolutely mrs. John son said since the preset the entire new pastor mtg. William e. North for Mer editor of the tidings and pastor of St. Mark s Catholic Church Venice been appointed to the pastorate of St. Philip s Catholic Church Pasadena effective this week. He re places msgr. Thomas o re Gan who died in septem Ber. Gas station looted from a service station at 115 w. Sierra Madre blvd. Yester Day attendant Al Foxton told police. Service of pick new county manager selection of new for pm Angeles county will be made from among prevent county employees by competitive civil service examination super. Visors decided yesterday in a 3-to-2 vote the decision ruled out the possibility that Pasadena City manager Don c. Mcmillan or other outsiders would be considered for the Post my name was proposed by supervisor Warren Dom shortly after Arthur a will announced he will resign dec. L supervisor Burton w. Chace and Dorn who opposed the procedure approved yesterday held out for using Section 35 of the county charter so that supervisors could select an appointee without holding any examinations. The other three Board Mem Bers argued that the proce Dure would leave the Board open to charges that the Job was being filled by political appointment 3 dolls and a Tiger South Pasadena High school Homecoming Queen Mary Krug Center along with princesses Diane Farrow left and Gail Gustafson pose on Campus with their school foot Ball team s Mascot a very Placid and contented Tiger. Said he wanted to Jie atmosphere that supervisors make the selection by appoint no drag strip Here planners study youth problems by Gene Hunter youth its problems and system to which employees and the company jointly will con tribute a new health and Wel fare plan and an escalator clause to cover Cost of living increase. The present metro Asbury contract expires at Midnight enforcement was Wayne Wil nov. 30. Rubbish pickup to Cost More by Bill mates Al Monte. Trash pickup in Al Monte will Cost 50% More starting feb. 1 the City Council this week voted an in crease which will bring the Price to a month. Current Cost to the resident is 95 cents a month. City administrator Telpher e. Wright explained that Resi dents of single family dwell Ings were paying Only 9 cents which left a shortage of 15 cents that the City had to provide. The Council Resolution pro hams first vice president of the first methodist Church of the division who devoted most Pasadena said he had heard remarks to youngsters and automobiles. Williams said he had once advocated a Pasadena drag Ings and left the mathematics to Wright the City a sewer Levy of 5 cents a month will remain the same As before. Three leaders to air future City planning a panel discussion of future planning for Pasadena with emphasis on plans and prob lems of the West end will High Light the monthly meeting of the san Raphael school Par ent teacher Assn. In the school auditorium at 8 p.m., nov. 19. Speakers will include Paul value is less than for Shaffer City planning direct of Commerce manager and Hammond Nash of the Pasa Dena Central improvement Assn. Each will speak for 15 min utes with a question and answer session following Accord ing to Mijs. Jacqueline Lang Don jr., program chairman. Mrs. Harry Dalby is presi Tor Bill Adams Iii chamber Dent of the san Raphael Pat Over 180 feted Eagle scouts guests of Honor Eagle scouts become out. Standing citizens instead of delinquents because they form deep roots in their commune attorney Horace Hahn told 180 new eagles and their hosts monday night at the Hunting ton Sheraton hotel in Pasa Dena. They have Faith in them selves in their family their Community their country and their Hahn added. I have no doubts about the greatness of our nation and the attainments of our future when i look at you Young the dinner meeting celebrating the attainment of scout ing s highest Honor was sponsored by business and professional leaders from throughout the san Gabriel Valley. During the evening executive Lee e. Harbottle pointed oat that the san Gabriel Valley boy scout Council rates 24th in size among the 540 councils in the country. It is the second highest in density of cub scouts fourth in scouts and third in explorers per Avail Able boys. The dinner was arranged by committee consisting of Marcus Woodward chairman k. A Bowles join a Jones Lobert Gauker Dean Bessire Newton Withers say h. C. Harbers Peter Gar Ner Frank Reynolds William George Lind Griffin Walt Hoppe and Wil Ham Gold. Needs were under close scrutiny yesterday when the recce the Pacific electric when station and youth services i was purchased by metro. He said other Union de Unity planning Council met mands include a new pension at the women s City club. Cu1u Luul oct Elk 10 pull Tull i a Douma to vision of the Pasadena com police chief Clarence Morris Termine if Young people want b. During the luncheon meet presided Over by the do vision chairman mrs. Don Ald Laing so attendees heard reports from eight areas of youth needs and desires. Speaking on youth and Law strip but after conferences More time to spiritual training with police officials Here and and less to recreational Active in Pomona had abandoned that cities. Suggestion. He urged that adult workers ment procedure last year in it is the opinion of Pasadena and youngsters meet to de selecting dist atty. William Williams said that car clubs and require More religious sex should concentrate More on Prience. Safety than Speed contests. In a similar vein Armen of liquor to minor s. The Rev. Kenneth a. Wahrenbrock director of youth for Gigious experience. Devote More time to spiritual training and less to recreational activities. Called Lor Maranan Coor Elnator of Sec stricter enforcement of Alp Mondary education for Pasadena Holic beverage control Board City schools called for the still needed to relieve the Over pertaining to the Selling formation of a Young morals crowded classes at Holly ave and spiritual values committee nue and Highland Oaks to take up the problem of re As for the City s schools Sarafian thanked the Board criticism that churches should of education for re instituting statute teachers. Behind the wheel Driver Educa Tion after school saturdays tact the personnel office and summer vacations. Board chairman Herbert c dear woman 22, tells of rape in Foothills a 22-year-old Glendora Wom an was kidnapped from a Glen Dora bar and raped she told police yesterday. According to the police re port the victim met her assailant in a bar at 611 e. Acosta ave. When she left at about p.m., he followed her to her automobile and forced his Way in. Although she screamed and of rumours kicked him he started the Auto planned to and drove Oft she said. He took her to the Foothills ment from outside the career service. I think we should make it Clear that when we select a county administrative officer we re going to pick him from among present Legg said. We re not going to Long Beach Pasadena new York Florida or anywhere to get our Chace noted however that the supervisors were praised for using the direct appoint schoolteachers needed in Arcadia Arcadia. Teachers Are schools according to an announcement in the Arcadia schoolhouse news. There also is a need for sub persons interested May con further information. Where the rape occurred she reported. He then returned her to the cafe and left her. The Man was identified Only As Bill last name unknown approximately 5 feet 3 inches and weighing about 150 pounds with curly Reddish Blond hair. He was wearing dirty Blue jeans a Grey sweatshirt and heavy Black boots the victim said. Independent vol. 221 nov. I. Ji31 a morning Dally new per published at Pasadena. Calif. It Leverr 11.15 a month me month Dally. 11.73 per month in Advance Newt stand 9c Dally 15c sunday second class mall pm Lam authorized at pan Dena Post office. Qualified to accept Leal Advertis ing by Superior court order Pau Dena a no. C-1418. Junt 0. Juadena off Cei 525 e. Colorado Nadia i -4671. S. Tint photo. Eagle badges look Good Glenn Schaid right explorer Eagle scout with Post 205, Alhambra admires new Eagle badge presented to John Gerard of boy scout troop 216, Alhambra. Scouts were among More than 180 eagles from san Gabriel Volley honoured monday night at a Huntington Sheraton hotel dinner. Gas makes it easy for Young moderns like us to live modern in Southern it s new things eke the rotary Barbecue in my built in Gas Range that make cooking so extra special even though i Haven t been cooking too Long i loot take a Back seat to anyone. I m so proud of Ray cooking skill i m looking Forward to thanksgiving to show off the new kind of Holiday dinner i be planned. Gas follows orders so precisely i know my dinner will be s big Success. We bought our Gas appliances As part of our new Home and Are so pleased both at their Low Cost arid their being Bunik in. They perform perfectly and Cost Little to me. Low Cost Gas it easy for Young moderns like to lire Modem in Southern California i is Low pret of in Southern Call comial the year round average Gas Bill in Southern California for cooking water heating and House heating is less per Day than the Price of four Large what else gives you so California company

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