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Independent (Newspaper) - January 22, 1970, Pasadena, California B Trillo Rojlic 0. A j �?��1890 Huntington a Rivo be san Marino Public Librae san , or Iii. An Sarti Romit and the san Marino news de a fat a. To the Progress and Prosperity of san Marino Ine meat exclusively residential City in the entire West Home of the famous Huntington Library and Art gallery Voi. 19, no. 45 a All Unile 2-j707 12 Paget san Marino California thursday january 22, 1970 1 so Chon by camors 2-1j4jrankin stresses appreciation of youth standards Jack Rankin assistant principal spoke last week to the san Marino High school Pat Board regarding discipline and citizenship at the High school. Rankin told his audience that he is encouraged by the decrease in tar Dies class disturbance and smoking on Campus. He has seen Little or no apparent use of alcohol or drugs on Campus. The area requiring attention appeared to be class cuts or truancy. The student faculty discipline committee composed of seven members from each group has proposed increased penalties for cutting class. Rankin stressed the importance of establishing guide lines for the Young people. Quot however Quot he added Quot if there is no honest reasonable answer to the Why question regarding the Rule then the Rule should be in conclusion Rankin urged the audience to appreciate the lit c Opy $5 Miof students initiate Viet Nam Valentine plan to Aid deficit Quot Send a Valentine to Viet Nam Quot was the suggestion made by or. Kenneth Bullock principal of san Marino High school at the recent meeting of the High school Pat Board. He was referring to a project assumed by the associated student body for the first apportionment of to making up a budgetary deficit Tor vehicle License fees for Fis ency in the student body fund Vot fit my Lontz Cal year 1969 70 state Cylinder the leadership of Hali z. ,. Troller Houston i. Flournoy re Marston Asb president the ported t0day students Are Selling Almond the six month period Roca Candy for $1 a can net t in spite of rumours to the can Quot ending last november 30, the Ting the Asb a profit of 45 tray voter registration within m was David even fee san Marino indicates that the j trash scheduled for spotlight at Council meeting the subject of trash will appear front and Center at the next meeting of the City Council on february 11 when the councilmen will consider the adoption of refuse system policy changes. Throughout the past months the Council has studied the present system with the thought to modifications. Which it Hopes will sat winners named City receives share of Auto License fees California s cities and counties have shared $19,242,629 in cents. Tween cities and counties with the Viet Nam Valentine Community continues to be Pri distribution among individual package would Ibe a Case of 12 a y pub cans wrapped and air mailed by the students to a serv ures we have Reg stored re ice Man of your Choice if no pub icons outnumber d e m of specific service Man is Indi crafts by a count of 7,360 to rated the Candy will be sent 990 registrants a ther Par to the first cavalry air to ties inc Ude 31 american in bile u. S. Army and to the dependents. 17 peace and free Quot first Marine division Dom one miscellaneous and 140 recalling his service years in dec ined t0 state a Quot totalled the problem of How to go about laying an egg has t been an easy one for Harvey the Pacific or Bullock added. The c to has 8,539 registered the Rhode Island red on the left in spite of instructions from Dan Cowie right and the example Quot a mond Roca was always pop voters set by the Ostrich egg provided by Robert furst a neighbor of the Cowie s who snapped the Pic car being wrapped and a a a Ture. Harvey had her origin in a Stoneman school science project. After the Chicks had hatched vacuum canned it was the Only rain figures behind cities and counties proportion according to the latest Fig at to population Alica. Tion represented slightly Over 6,3 cents for each City resident and almost 50 cents for each county resident Flournoy said. With a population listed As 13,-658 san Marino r dec e i v e d $8,626.41. The county s share was $3.392.720.79. In legion oratory contest winners of the 1969-70 american legion oratorical contest sponsored by san Marino Post 239 were announced last week following the contest which was held in the High school auditorium. The judges selected Hall Marston As Winner of the $100 United states savings Bond Sarah Anne Long As the Winner of the $50 Bond and Jan Alarcon As recipient of the $25 Bond. Prizes in the amount of $10 each will be awarded to Marc Josselson John Campbell and Diane Ferguson. The six candidates were selected from 3 class of 30 students previously chosen by the High school Stu Quality and standards of the Emo to to 1? a an cd Wiet Quot of or and mrs James Cowie of Candy that could survive that to Ivi Jimo place took Harvey Home for better or worse. Harvey evolved out of the yellow fluff awful climate Quot in i a ,&Quot-fled.8�d. He Quot wh0 knows positively that a Rhode Island red named Harvey donation cannot Lay eggs and maintain her self respect. Even the Ostrich egg example was Worth Noth tu0donation ing More than a cursory inspection. Harvey currently resides at a farm in the Vinit there to donation for the com our knowledge she has t solved the problem yet. Vice ii were to Piete Jet Nelm Valentine a go or. Bullock asks that san Marino dents. Pts mrs. George Hjelte reported that very few parents responded to the opinion poll concerning the Parent teacher student association. However those ballots returned showed More than three times As Many parents in favor of pts As opposed. She read proposed changes in the san Marino High school Pat by Laws which would expand the organization into a pts. These changes will be published in the february Titan senior. An open Board meeting will be held at 7 45 . On March 9, in Theoff Street ordinance parking held Over during the third week of january 1969, that sneaky storm that just Quot dropped in Quot and stayed for a couple of weeks had deposited 9.30 inches of rain bringing the season to Date figure to 12.29. Running considerably behind last year s total the Tribune rain gauge measured nine tenths of an Inch of precipitation last week bringing the season s total to 4.21 inches. High school. The contestants or this was the first of three Igi Nally wrote speeches on the apportionment to be made Dur Constitution and presented an ing the 1969-70 fiscal year the eight to ten minute speech. Lat controller said. Apportionment or they were required to give next april and june will be an extemporaneous speech of larger since the bulk of the three minutes about the 15th fees Are collected during Janu amendment. Ary and february of each full Council due to the absence of two members of the City Council at last week s High school Library at which meeting and because of the importance of the proposed code amendment time All members of Suhs which if adopted will exempt non Public portions of commercial buildings checks be made out to Suhs Asb and mailed to him at the High school 2701 Huntington drive. If the Candy is intended for a specific service Man the name and military address must be included with the Check. To Purchase individual cans or cases of Almond Roca for $1 a can Contact or come by the High school. Representatives from the school will also to Selim a to a tier neighbors and friends. Most people Don t realize How january 13 a 5 16 . A Large a financial responsibility fire equipment to California the Asb assumes at the High Street and san Marino Avenue. Where did they go Pat Are encouraged to come f Thecil parking requirements the Council deferred action on the Issue school. Their funds cover the Auto fire. Inn Tun ref a o 1 nept no nil a a 11 i or. Man. and vote on the formation of a pts. Mrs. John r. Kerman his until its meeting of february 11 when a full Torian reported the formation Counce is expected to be of the High school honorary life membership committee. Included Are Mes. Kerman Jack Blackburn James r. Pol along present. There was some informal discussion on the matter which Ley Don Fleming Douglas has been triggered by an a. Dearden and or. Kenneth Bui peal brought to the Council by Foks g0 goofy Over Anco that s lock. The committee will select James j. Fischer who operates better going crazy Over the drive a Hobby is something that the recipients of the school s a business at 2124 Huntington honorary life memberships to drive Fischer s implication to be presented on february 27. The planning commission for a 9 30 . At the joint founder s variance which would allow Day meeting in the san Marino him to expand his business by woman s club. Mrs. R. Lewis 1,800 Square feet without meet Miller Pat president an ing the parking requirement of bounced that there will be no providing eight additional parking spaces was denied on the basis thai the commission could Noi satisfy itself As to the thanks received by red Cross word has just been received from Chu Lai Viet Nam thanking the residents of san Marino for the 225 ditty bags filled with gifts sent to them at Christmas by the san Marino chapter of the american red Cross. Written on Christmas Day the let something else. Some people become bores Tor is As follows because they insist on convers Quot greetings to ing about things with which they Are not conversant. A you folks from the san Marino chapter of the american red Cross. Received one of your ditty february Board meeting. Resolved to keep your fears a today along with the rest six local men named to . Chamber Board six san marinas will serve on the Board of directors of the los Angeles area chapter of the chamber of Commerce second largest in the nation. Serving As chairman of the Board for the coming year will 1 be John v Vaughn of Sherwood Road. Retiring As chamber president Vaughn will be succeeded by William a. Simpsonjr. Other san marinas serving on the Board will be Durward Howes Iii Oak Grove Avenue Frederick Llewellyn Virginia Road Jackson f. Long. Cambridge Road Nelson Mills. Waverly Road and David Nar ver jr., Charlton Road. Formal inauguration will take place at the chamber s inaugural Ball on february 4 at the Century Plaza hotel. Of the Fischer to yourself a share your courage with others. First Aid unique nature property. Appeal Fischer appealed his Case to the City Council on the basis that the addition would be used1 Quot Foi storage and would not in crease his Public area in any Way. Therefore Fischer con s g to g cil in i g d tends that the additional parking should not be necessary. Plans for the red Cross City attorney Charles r. Mar course in first Aid have been tin reviewed for the Council finalized and according to mrs. Several aspects of the proposed Edward Boyer residents will of the men from my unit. Myself and others were pleased at the Choice of items within the bags for each item is something we have a need for even Down to the bag itself. Quot i wish to thank each of you for All the Effort the Many hours and thought that each gift within the bag represented. With love George production for the red Cross has been under the direction of mrs. Fred Garrison assisted by Mes. Harold Hollister Frank Cost of All assemblies Many january 14 a 11 . A school dances and school act Lvi fire equipment to Oak Grove february i. Ties a percentage of the sex Avenue. Oven fire lenses incurred by the school january 15 a 1 35 . A newspaper and band but Pri fire equipment to Vandyke Marily they cover the Cost of Road overheated Furnace transportation to athletic events motor. The Cost of putting on the january 16 a 5 13 . A events and the Purchase of ambulance to Roxbury Road. Fall Case patient did not require transportation to Hospital. January 16 a 5 42 . A ambulance to Lorain Road. Patient transported to Hospital. January 17 a 1 59 . A fire equipment to California Street. Car fire. January 19 a 5 04 . A ambulance to Berkeley Avenue. Patient transported to Hospital. January 19 a 6 29 . A Myca reunion scheduled to highlight week on Friday january 30, a special dinner meeting will be held at the South Pasadena san Marino Myca at which time Many men to the Community will meet to reminisce and recall their activities with the Myca. The special occasion is part of the local Myca s Celebration of National Myca week scheduled for january 25 to the prizes will be awarded at the May legion dinner to which the students and their parents will be invited. The five judges were selected by the san Marino Post. They included Edwin Sneyd commander Joseph Keller Ira Matthiessen Richard Monson City clerk and mrs. Dudley Doan. Training session for volunteers the Quot a Quot and Marino Pat Joun cil in conjunction with the Southern California society for the prevention of blindness will be holding a Volunteer training session on monday january 26. The meeting will begin at 9 . In or. Kenneth Bullock s office at the High school. Those who Are interested in the program May Call mrs. John most athletic equipment. Notice Library friends travelogue on Japan and the expo festival will be shown tonight in the Library auditorium at 8 . A Are invited to attend the answers Call for nurse substitutes fire equipment to Winston ave Many experiences enjoyed by nue. Oven fire. All. Claude Quot Speed Quot Lashbrook has spearheaded the reunion and has sent Over 200 letters to former y campers and club members inviting them to be Coombs at 9-7096, for further present. the biggest difficulty according to Lashbrook has been in whoops finding addresses of the in our Jast weeks Story on the potential redistricting As men interested in attending a possible solution to Over the dinner meeting Are enc our crowding at Valentine car aged to Call they 799-9119, ver and Stoneman schools and make reservations. Even were reversed it Quot stoic though there will be a Short we should have said that the the main emphasis students living in the area renewing friendships under consideration will be about the transferred to the Carver school District rather than Stoneman. Program will be on and reminiscing ordinance that Merit consid Cra be Able to take advantage of Magee and Harold Henn. At the present time ditty bags Are being made for veterans hospitals in the Philippines bed jackets for Waves and was in hospitals and bed socks for heart patients who Are vet Tion. As written it proposes the offering by either taking that the additional area be de the course during the evening Voied to non Public purposes on or morning As two classes will by that it will not increase the usable floor area of the existing Structure and that the Cove a Nant be duly recorded. Difficulties the difficulties As Martin sees them include the fact that it refers Only to additions of existing structures not to new buildings. Therefore the owner of a building under construct be taught. One class will begin on monday. February 9, at 7 30 . And last until 9 30. The morn Erans. Ing class will begin on tuesday this is part of the program february 10. And run from 10 supported by our Community . To 12 noon. Both courses at the present time $23,086.25 will be conducted in the Public has been contributed toward a Library auditorium and Encomb budget of $27,000. Residents Are pass a total of five weeks. Asked to Send checks to the further information May be american red Cross san mar Tion would have to comply with obtained by calling mrs. Boyer Ino chapter 2395 Huntington turn to Page 9 at 795-2394. Drive san league registration scheduled for february 7 the Board of directors of the san Marino National Little league announced today that registration for new boys will be held at Huntington school on february 7 Between 10 . And 12 noon. All new boys Are required to Register at that time and should bring with them a registration card signed by both parents their birth certificate and $25 Cash or Check. Any boy who will be nine years of age but not 13 before August 1, is eligible to enrol. Registration cards May be obtained at first Federal savings uniforms and the team names and loan first Western Bank Security Pacific National Bank braves senators. Phillies cardinals. Red sox. Red legs Colts pilots. Cubs dodgers astros indians giants Yankees. Pirates mets. Twins tigers orioles. Royals padres. All teams Are now color coded alike within the system. Bob Derienzo 1970 league president stated Quot Many Man hours went into this reorganization and the men responsible. A a a a met k c. Oberhard Secretary and of the minor pquipmer7man_ uniform program in the farm league. By his action All three divisions major minor and farm will now Wear official uniforms. To install this program the Cycle world or sports world All in san Marino returning players will Register through their respective system managers. In other major Board action it was voted to implement a with the exception sox. Were dropped to the farm league. New team names and uniforms were assigned to the minor league teams. The new systems line up As follows Angels. . Stars Ager Are to be warmly commended for their efforts. The farm league boys will experience the excitement of uniformed play for the first time in the history of san Marino Little operation san Marino National Little league operates solely on the registration fees paid by the boys and the generosity of sponsors and other donors. Any person or organization wishing to support the Little league either by sponsorship of a team or by donation is asked to Contact Dan Bryant farm league president and chairman of the sponsors committee at 283-5037 the program benefits More than 300 boys each year. All boys within the san Marino City limits Are encouraged to enrol regardless of athletic ability and participate in the program. Quot More than 20 women have responded to the Call for nurse substitutes at the High school Quot reports mrs. Robert Digges chairman of health safety and Parent education for the Suhs Pat. Quot this is very Gratifying Quot she continues Quot we can even boast of a few rns on our Volunteer in september mrs. Jerome Pearl was surprised to find administrative staff covering the nurse s office during the afternoons. M r s. Frieda Quot Brick school nurse was required to serve at Carver school after 11 . Each Day. This information was relayed to mrs. Digges and the High school Pat Board. A notice was printed in the Titan senior requesting volunteers to Man the office each afternoon. Within a few Days the schedule was filled. The nurse substitute does not give treatment or medication but is available to Comfort the sick student and Contact the family. Mrs Eldon Bowen who works As a substitute reports Quot it can be hectic but it s fun and women interested in exploring this Volunteer Opportunity Are asked to Call mrs. Digges at 289-1415. Those now serving in a regular or stand by capacity Are Mes. John Cornell Phillip Vaughan. Paul e. Johnson James Sheehy Donald Holt Fred Cannon Bruce w Armstrong b. J Greenough. Theodore Schmidt. W. A Duncan Robert Milsap. Sherman Tel Leen Franklin Ulf Iii Eldon j. Bowen Jane Evans George a come away with me Lucille iffy both citizens and the 28 collection agencies currently operating within the City limits. Contained in three documents the Council will consider 1 adopting a non exclusive franchise agreement to be issued to All local refuse collectors who agree to meet certain standards of service and performance. Also considered for adoption will be minimum specifications or requirements for the collection and removal of refuse within the City and an ordinance modifying the City code and authorizing the implementation of the procedures As stipulated in the franchise agreement. Service according to Richard Malcolm City manager the City is primarily interested in Good refuse service at a reasonable Cost without sacrificing the free Enterprise features of the present system which allows All haulers to service the City of san Marino. The Council has also expressed its continuing wish to safeguard the Public health and sanitation. In adopting the non exclusive franchise system conditions As specified will have to be met by the disposal companies in order for them to operate within the City. Some of the features incorporated in the specifications for franchises include a regulation requiring the franchisee to file with the City a list of its regular pick up dates routes and schedules. Also provided is a Section on rates stating that the franchisee is responsible Tor establishing his own charges on a Quot Basic unit Quot collection and is responsible for the Billing and collecting of such charges. Further Quot the franchisee shall however maintain or file with the City its current charges for collection of Basic units. Franchisee shall not Bill or receive payment for any collection made More than three Days late a unless the City has first consented thereto. Billing or collecting for collections More than three Days late without the consent of the City shall be deemed a breach of the the City specifications As proposed state Quot vehicles or equipment used for the collections. Shall be completely watertight having a tight fitting wooden or Metal or other satisfactory cover and turn to Page 9 san marinas Lead Myca fund drive Robert Garrett of Lorain Road and Anthony Garrett of Sherwood Road will Lead the annual current support Campaign of the South Pasadena san Marino Myca Board chairman Fred Soldwedel has announced. The drive will officially begin february 4 and conclude in Early March. Goal for this year s Effort is $75,332 altogether some 250 adults will join in securing the funds necessary to maintain y services for the coming year. In accepting the leadership of the drive t h e co chairmen pointed out the value of the Myca to the Community. For example Over 72,000 persons attended More than 4,000 scheduled y activities included in these programs were club meetings swimming lessons summer Camp sessions High school ski programs youth and adult fitness classes and special interest programs. Other san Marino residents already enlisted to work with the Garritts Are Section leaders Paul Foreman and Jerry Pearl division managers Dan Koss. Allen Van Schaick. Don bad lev Ben Schmid Tom Baird. Carl Lieber Fred Blair and Carl Wittenberg or. Acting As team captains Are Joe Giacchino mrs. Helen Whitehead Paul Murray Bob Miller. Don Nichols Dale Hatfield. Pat Matthews Vincent Corti. Stan Clark Bill Pinner Tom Capehart and Mel Reb Stock also Miles Turpin Eugene Lyons Lyle deck. Wayne Carter Volney Brown. Malcolm Smith. Louis Kunert Irv Parker Stu Black Lee Moser Ted mrs. James Sheehy and mrs. Robert Digges give Hoffman. Lloyd Dixon Merlin Boone Charles Howe Alex c. Lucy Daggett and Hall Marston a free ride in the merry Vintage wheel chair donate to the Robertson. Gordon Weaver and Grant Gordon h. Rucklos. High school by or. And mrs. John r. Kerman. Ban photo Don Nores

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