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Independent (Newspaper) - February 12, 1970, Pasadena, California A Nino Public and the san Marino news devoted to the Progress and Prosperity of san Marino the finest exclusively residential City in the entire was Home of the famous Huntington Library and Art gallery vol. 19, to. 48 a Atlantic 1-5707 16 Page san Marino California thur Troy february 11, 1970 z sadism ill amort 13343, j t copy is y a or it Quot local boys praised in Rescue of child from Wash currents track fund nears goal of $2,300 where did they go most nine year Olds Aren t noted for their presence of mind but in san Marino there Are two boys who Are this week receiving Praise for this Quality from throughout the Community. For if it had t been for Greg Solt and Bill Wheeler both of Rubio drive eight year old Darryl Gooch of Pasadena probably would t be recovering in an area Hospital from multiple injuries sustained when he was carried four Miles most of it underground Down the flood control project known locally As the Rubio Wash. On monday afternoon at ambulance about 4 . Greg and Bill were skateboarding near the Wash in the half drizzle half rain when they noticed something that looked like a person apparently sur boarding Down the Wash. Upon closer investigation they discovered the Gooch boy who As it later turned out had fallen into the in in drive steam from Eva Concrete lined Wash at Wright 0ratlv0 Heater on roof of Struc Jack Herron track Parent for the 1970 High school track team and chairman of the san Marino High school track fund announces that the drive for financial assistance to fund new foam rubber pits for the track team is nearing a successful conclusion. With approximately $2,300 being needed from sources such As track parents civic organizations friends of track in the Community and school service organizations the fund is with february 4 3 40 . In $3s0 of reaching its Roal fire equipment to 2326 Hunt the Pis have it arrived he boys in ton drive. Vehicle with Brok Are excited about their safety in Heater Hose. Features and several boys have already broken their 1969 bests in Early season practices. A a a a any san Marino residents february 2 55 . We Wou d inc ,0 t has drive 2304 Huntington Over Meshou d maj their drive. Patient transported to checks Prayab a ,0 san mahn0 Hosp Tal High school track fund to her february 4 a 5 10 . A Ron at 1164 Adair Street san fire equipment to san Marino Marino. Congregational Church. Water in basement area. February 4 a 7 14 . A equipment to 2456 Hunt Board decision on seven period Day delayed two week the biggest controversy since the Good old Days of family life and Sej education is developing Over or. Kenneth Bullock s proposal for what is termed a seven period schedule at the High school. Presented originally by Bullock two weeks ago the proposed program again came before the Board a an cd tutorial of Edu fati "1 and a letter to Lincoln dear or. President the poet says you walk at Midnight and it is not difficult to imagine the thoughts that go through your mind As you look out on a world upon which you left such a Noble said no nation can survive half slave half free. And we still Are fighting for survival for the survival of Freedom for All men. Today you would standing room audience when the Board met in Stoneman school s All purpose room this week. Briefly the plan provides that while the teachers will teach no More hours they will be teaching one More class than they teach under the present system. The classes will meet 55 minutes As they do now but meet four Days a week instead of five. With each class in session four Days a week in say no human world can survive half slave and half Stead of five the schedule free and that s an even bigger problem we Are try would allow the Opportunity fora a every student who wishes to ing to lace. Take an0ther class or a Quot Sev As you so bitterly knew the struggle is not end Quot . But As we pause in our minds and hearts 0n vhf last before that magnificent brooding memorial to your classes of the Day schedule immortal compassionate Wisdom and love of your Between 1 05 and 3 ., would fellow men we gather strength we find a renewed Faith that right makes might we highly resolve Dent activities such As Assem shown with the Tachi Otoscope at Stoneman school s resource Center Are from left to that this nation under god shall in truth have a Hulics and Pep rallies. Fire Avenue and Elmira Street in Central Pasadena where the Channel runs open before going underground. The Wash was carrying about eight inches of water and the Swift current combined with the accumulation of Moss on the Bottom was sufficient to make escape impossible for Darryl. Realizing the situation the Wheeler and Solt boys immediately called the fire department and. According to fire chief Thomas Almand very cooly reported the incident and the location. Emergency equipment was dispatched to Huntington drive Lorain Road and Longden avenues where these streets intersect with the Wash. Police officers Jim Spalding and John Miller and firemen Walt Mcture. February 4 a 8 40 . A ambulance to Chaucer Road. Patient transported to Hospital. Saturday at Turner and Stevens prayer rites held for Andja Polich prayer services were held right Scott Campbell James Manasen James Relias mrs. Robert Clement James Gott and Dean Theodor. The Tachi Otoscope is one of the Many instructional aids which Are now in use at Stoneman school since the opening of the resource Center. This machine which tests and reinforces attention and memory by throwing images of objects on a screen for a fraction of a second will be used by both the student who wishes to enrich his school experience As Well As by the student who needs help in retaining information and whose attention Span needs lengthening. In the resource Center students also have Access to material math and vocabulary games tapes and records and a Library stocked with fiction and reference books. Ban Marino Tribune photo new birth of Freedom. A Happy birthday to you sir. February 9 a 4 23 . Fin equipment and ambulance Polich cof a a cer rom Quot to cum non it in it f to Rubio Wash near Longden regulations on trash now eminent As we go to press the ultimate decision relating to the intent san Marino phut typist Quot on exclusive franchise agree _ mortuary Alhambra for Andja Avenue Wash. Child rescued from who died Quot a february j serv ments proposed for disposal ices were later continued at the companies operating within the scheduled for the 14th and the last Day june 17, the Calendar serbian Eastern orthodox c ,in0as , indicates that there will be 178 teaching Days As Well As 22 one of the Basic positive considerations according to Bullock is that with 57 More class groups provided with the same teaching staff now at the High school class size would be reduced with no additional Cost insofar As teacher personnel is concerned. Bullock states that Small classes More closely approach the Ideal one to one teaching ratio than the present system and any ill effects Cre nomination papers have been taken out and ated in the reduction of actual returned to City Hall by vice mayor Theodore ass la a a close and the school Calendar for 1970-1971 has been approved by the Burnett and councilman Grant Kenyon who both Board of education. With the opening Day of school in september Board approves school Calendar for 1970-71 Burnett and Kenyon declare candidacy for april election have declared their intention to seek another term of office in the april 14 turned Auto. February 9 6 12 . Church of Christ the Savior in however an if expected e8al and local holidays. Fire equipment to Oak Knoll Arcadia with the Rev. Ilia. Citi Zens Anco the trash following Quot Are the important dates parents May wish to Circle and Huntington drive. Over Raikovich officiating. Interment. Lers win stand to Benefit on the calendars in Advance. A a was in Jackson California. Eulogized by Quentin Best of los Angeles As a compassionate woman with definite purpose and a will to consulate it she dedicated her life to her religion and the helping of others less fortunate. Mrs. Polich a California resident All her life had been a member of the serbian Eastern orthodox Church of Christ the Savior. Arcadia. She had served As president City club will hear Tennis great Jack Kramer Council during these last months. A decision was. Reached at wednesday night s City Council meeting but word came too late to be included in this week s Issue. Stay tuned folks. One of Dermott and Bill Lowry Are America s All time Tennis credited with rescuing Darryl greats will be the guest speak from the Wash at Longden ave or at the next meeting of the nue a task that was t easy san Marino City club to be of the Circle serbian Sisters for because of the Speed of the he tuesday evening. Gebru the United states and Canada water and the Moss that was Arv Ai the san Marino High and the serbian women s club John Pollock receives Beaver award clinging to the boy s body. He was transported to the Hospital via san Marino City ambulance. Of los Angeles. She was also school cafeteria Kramer s Long list of Tennis he id rents Camps titles began in 1936, when he As of this writing Darryl is became the National boys in the intensive care Ward at Champion. Two years later he san Gabriel Community hos won the National High school pita where he is recovering title. In 1939. 1946, and 1947 he e f t a pc from first second and third was a member of our Davis building at the St. Boy scouts of America los degree Burns caused by the cup team winning two of the Sava , Jackson and the Angeles area Council Concrete Walls. Hospital offi three titles. In 1947 he won the i vials told us that he is also wimbleton trophy in both John p. Pollock of Oak Grove Hene actress of Many serbian Avenue was among the 26 men close of school who last week received scout mrs Polich was a donor of ing s highest Council Honor the the Andja and Todor serbian Silver Beaver award. The re room at the Hoover Institute at i pints have devoted a total Stanford University the admin of 384 years of service to the orientation meeting for new teachers sept. 8 and 10 District and building faculty meetings september 11 opening Day of classes september 14 Quarter and grading information first Quarter ends november 13 report cards distributed november 20 second Quarter ends january 29 report cards distributed february 5 Start of second semester february 2 Quarter and grading information third Quarter ends april 2 report cards distributed april 16 Public schools week april 26 30 Huntington school graduation june 17 High school graduation june 18 last Day of classes minimum Day report cards distributed june 17 close of school. June 18 summer school teachers Are not paid for holidays. City election. Burnett who recently retired from his position As chairman of the Board of Pacific Mutual life insurance has served on the City Council since 1957. Prior to his appointment As councilman he served As a member of the City s planning commission and was also a member of the Community Council. Appointed to the City Council on May 22, 1969, Kenyon filled the vacancy left upon the retirement of former mayor Bison. Clyde Holley c. R. Anderson and Sally Boyle. As of this writing no other candidates have declared an intention to seek office. It is expected that the april 14 election will develop into a vote of Confidence for the incumbents. Along the drive Tive born san Marinan to serve this body he will be running m his first election. Kenyon is director of government relations for the merchants and manufacturers association. Suffering periodic hunger pains a sure sign of recovery. Freshman class parents to meet with Counselor Section meetings have been scheduled for parents of san Marino High school freshmen at 10 . On february 17 and 18. A Counselor from the High school will conduct each of the meetings. The total four year program courses available and preparation for College will be among the topics discussed. Mrs. Thornton Hamlin freshman class representative suggests that if a Parent is unable to attend the meeting conducted by her student s Counselor she make an Effort to attend one of the other meetings. Quot this is an important meeting Quot she adds Quot and the last for freshman parents this the freshman class Section meetings Are scheduled As follows Section i miss Helen Mclaren Counselor tuesday february 17, 10 . At the Home of mrs. B. P. Lester 2163 Melville drive Section in f2jellard Brooks Counselor wednesday february 18, 10 . At the Home of mrs. Robert Mill sap 2145 Adair Street Section Iii Joseph Volz Counselor wednesday. February 18, 10 . At the Home of mrs. Stuart p. Maclaren 1588 Oak Grove Avenue Section in mrs Elizabeth Walker Counselor wednesday february 18, 10 ., at the Home Ftp mrs. Don Knox 3405 Monterey Road. Singles and doubles. The following year he turned professional and from 1948 to 1953 held the professional title. From 1953 to 1962 he participated in Tennis Tours. Musical entertainment will be provided by the Southern Cali age Home at Shad land Pennsylvania. She also donated the women s dormitory at St. Sava . Her husband sr., two sons Tyrone and Theodore two Sisters Jean Wilkin and Marcia Marinovich one brother Nicholas Budincich her grandmother mrs. Saveta first of your building totals lug building valuations for the ing the first month of 1969. First month of the new year accounting for last month s lagged behind the january 1969 total Are one swimming Pool building totals by $42.000. A valued at $fi.300 one Green cording to the latest figures House adding $900, one Tennis issued by the building depart court accounting for $9,000 one ment the total for last month tool House bringing in $700 one was $101,628 versus $144.390 for sign accounting for $100 25 and. A a. A a Jamiar. 1969 building permits in a a ans and alterations totalling Grantham Kathleen e. Crow gees chamber of Commerce issued last month total 49 the j7fi.88ft and 19 fences and Walls Daken Broadhead Joseph Lew where he serves on the Board same number were issued Dur adding $7.740 it. Nick Ugrin Frances har of directors. We just heard of the youngster who wants to take Quot Domestic silence Quot when she gets to High school. Brother will she be in demand after graduation a a a the latest is a new tranquil Izer Pill which does t relax you but it does enable you the election code stipulates t0 enjoy feeling tense that nomination papers must be a signed by at least five voting citizens and no More than ten. Reagan names Mills to signing Burnett s papers under state Highway Job their registered names were governor Ronald Reagan an Frank a. Thomas Reg Robin bounced yesterday the appoint son Carol m. Jones Clinton f. Ment of Nelson Mills of waver Brainerd Marilou Liggett and by Road to the senior Highway Preston Hotchkiss. Committee. Mills is a Republic Kenyon s papers were signed Ca Quot. An advertising executive by Marg Telleen Richard r. And is Active in the los an fornia Banjo band an outstand Budincich. And six grandchild in group of Over 20 musicians Dren. Members Are urged to bring donations May be made in their sons to this meeting her memory to the los Angeles space will be limited so res heart association. 2405 West a rations must be made Early. 8th Street los Angeles. For nine years Pollock has been a moving Factor in the Council finance program. Starting As a member of the Council., finance committee in 1960, he survivors include her has effective served As sex oct. Theodore p. Polich Board Ember do Legate to the National Council and chairman of the Council Trust and bequests committee. His work with the finance program has resulted in continuing support through major contributions from individuals and firms whose interest in scouting has been stimulated through his efforts. He recently developed a program and Legal instrument establishing the los Angeles area Council endowment Trust fund earnings from which will be used in support of scouting. He has recruited outstanding members for his Trust committee who Are presently securing major gifts for this fund. A senior partner in his Law firm member of the american bar association town Hall and olympic games committee a fee has still found time for the past six years to serve As a committeeman of his son s troop in the san Gabriel Valley Council. He and his wife Juanita Are Happy that their son recently received the Eagle award. Judge Philip h. Richards past president of the los Angeles boy scout Council and chairman of the Silver Beaver committee presented the awards in addition to a framed certificate each Man received a replica of a Silver Beaver suspended on a Blue and White ribbon. The Silver Beaver awards were presented at the 55th an Cav Marino resident John Pollock left was among Nual meeting of the los an tuesday s rainstorm was responsible for several accidents including one involving the total destruction of a shopping those recen la honoured for work with the boy scouts of America Geles area Council boy scouts bag Rig after the Driver lost control on the rain Slick streets. Occurring on san Gabriel Boulevard at the Gainsborough drive Pollock received the highest Council Honor the Silver Beaver of America held at the bilt intersection police reports indicate that the truck was travelling southbound when the to \ r started to spin. In an attempt to. H Richards past president of the los More bowl with 1 000 adult vol Correct the situation the Driver lost control and the cab ran Over the curb where it a tree taken to the Hospital with Quot Quot Quot Quot r a a a ,1 san Marino Tribune photo award. Judge Philip Angeles boy scout Council presented the awards. Untener leaders in attendance. Multiple injuries via City ambulance was Harold Glen Williams. Additional counselling time provided. Opposition those who oppose the plan and from the comments offered at tuesday night b session the Community appears to be equally divided list As their primary objection the reduction of actual class time by 20 percent. While several teachers and student body representatives spoke in support of the program a memorandum to or. Bullock from the language department took a stand against the proposal. A portion of their statement says. Quot although the schedule proposed for next year is not without some Merit we do not feel it is the answer. We offer the following objections Quot in modern languages particularly and in All languages Ai the beginning level we need daily Contact with our students. All language teachers Are acutely aware of the loss of Basic skills the summer. Christmas vacation Spring vacation and Many times even a weekend can bring to language learning. Under the proposed schedule we lose one More time of Contact a again it is the number of contacts not the length per period that is most vital to foreign language learning. Quot the very nature of our subject demands a hard Core of unalterable memory work. Ours is one built on a set framework no part of which May be omitted. We shall have to cover the same amount of work in seven less weeks. If in adhering to our District policy of no weekend Homework we Are to Cut Down on the time that we can expect the students to devote to the basics of our subject it May mean cutting of coverage or increased responsibility on the student for his own decision after More than two hours of presentation by Bullock and faculty and comment by Board members and those in the audience it appeared that the Board agreed that smaller classes Are desirable As would be a greater Range of elective offerings to san Marino students. The debatable issues seem to be the reduction of class time and the increased free time provided by the proposal although Bullock stated that the free time is essentially contained in the final two periods of Friday. The Issue will come up again probably for a final decision at the next Board meeting which will be held on february 24. Storm brings 2.40 inches a badly needed rainstorm arrived finally and deposited 2.40 inches of rain in Saa Marino. Year to Date rainfall figure now stands at 6.11 inches of precipitation. Last year s rainfall figure As of the second week in february was 28.78 inches

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