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Star-News (Newspaper) - March 23, 1957, Pasadena, California Key to the San Gabriel Valley SECTION A PASADENA, CALIFORNIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 23, 1957 Proposed Senior Citizen Center Sketched POSSIBLE lAYOUT-Sketch by Smith and Williams, Pasa- -dena architectural firm, shows possible layout for pro- senior citizens' center in Memorial or- Central Project is pending before Recreation Commission and later will be reviewed by Planning Commission and City Directors. It includes large meeting room, reading and crafts rooms adjoining large patio, lounges, and flexible partitions for dividing main hall. Nine Board Candidates List Costs Reports from.9 of tlie 11 can- didates in the Pasadena primary election March 14 showed total expenditures of in the campaigns. .No reports were received from W.. Blake Fairweather, or from William L. Sedivia, who ran seventh in the Fifth Dis- trict race. There is no requiring statements. The .figures were requested by The Independent arid-Star-News as a public serv- ice. 'In the.election, C. Lewis Ed- wards was elected to the Board of City Directors without op- position in the Third -District! A.vjRay pvet- -one opponent in -trie'- Sev-: entlV. District, and Fainyeather and Clarence A. O a k 1 e yj emerged as run-off candidates! in the April 4 general election for the Fifth District seat. Here is a summary of the reports, as received: TOTAL EDWARDS: Total expendi- ture of which SS3 was put in by candidate, was donated. Candidate declined to breakdown expenditures, stat- ing that they were divided among 'newspaper advertising, Frank S. Goodwin, campaign! aide, and luncheon expenses.' He.received votes. In the Fifth District: FAIRWEATHER: He failed to return the questionnaire and could not be reached for com- ment. Goodwin, campaign aide; Howard L. Dorn, his campaign committee chairman, and James C. Clark, a member of the cam- paign committee, were con- tacted but would not give any information on campaign ex- ptnses. He received votes. .OAKLEY: Total expendi- tures, -Contributions to taled of which candidate gave others gave S1.650. Expenditures include in salaries', in rent, in direct mail, most if not all pre- sumably for 30.000 newsletters mailed, and for newspaper advertising. He received votes. CARL M. SHAFER: Total Urge Construction to Recreation Body Construction of a senior citizens' center in Memorial or Central Park in Pasadena has been recommended to the Recrea- tion Commission. expenditures, to date, with sonie minor bills yet to be paid. Contributions totaled' in- from the candidate, S820 from others. Expenditures wore for in direct mail ad- vertising, mostly cards, and in newspaper advertising. He received votes. DONALD R. WAGNER: To lal expenditures, of which camo from the can didate and from others. Expenditures included for newspaper advertising, for posters and bumper BOARD: Turn to Page A-4 The plan was proposed by Giles Hall as chairman of the Pasadena Committee for Senior Citizens. He suggested that the build- ing might follow a layout pre- pared for the committee by the architectural firm of Smith and Williams. Such a structure would probably cost less than according to Whitney Smith, one of the architects, PRIVATE AGENCY Hall also proposed that a private agency such as the ex- .sting committee re- the TpTogram itself, which would cost :from to a, year for staff. There now are persons n Pasadena who are 65 years old or older, Hall reported to the Recreation Commission; They are served now by four church groups and by one.day center operated by the Junior League and the Pasadena De- partment of. Recreation, plus other community facilities for ;eneral use. A study of 112 questionnaires returned by senior citizens now n organized programs indicated a desire for classes, work space, counseling, advice, entertain- ment and opportunities for more community service. "This is not a welfare pro- the committee report emphasized. "It is at least as imnortant to the community it- self as to the senior citizens because the resources and po- tential contribution lying dor- mant in senior citizens are a tremendous potential asset. DEVELOP INTEREST "Nor is this merely a ques- tion of happy till they die.' On the contrary, it is a problem of utilizing those resources and developing the interests of senior citizens in all levels of thp economic scale." The Recreation Commisison will review this and other rec- ommendations of a committee directed by Commissioner Walter S. Young at. 10 a.m. next Thursday. At that time it will decide whether to rec- ommend the senior citizens facility nrionfv lion under the 51.015.000 park bond issue voted last.year. Student Journalists to Gather Ten Pasadena City College journalism students will par- ticipate in the annual News- paper Day at the University of Southern California next Saturday, March 30. Taking part in discussions will be Priscilla Rockwell, last seniester's editor of the PCC Courier, student news- paper, and writer of the col- umn, City College Capers, in The Sunday Independent, Star-News. Others attending will be Bobbc Noroian, executive editor of flic Courier; Joanne Osman, managing editor; Ann Glanvillc, feature editor; Jerry Megahan, sports editor; Ed Hutchlnson, business man- ager; Maryloii Johnson, photo editor; Bill Bell, fea- ture writer, and'Ruth Hem- ming and Duane Dnzan, re- porters. The day will include a pro- gram of awards to student newspapers, speakers from the profession, campus tours, luncheon, clinics and discus1 sion groups. Miss Mildred Poprman, faculty adviser to the PCC newspaper, will accompany the group. an invitation to participate iniat a breakfast was Mrs. J a tree-planting program at 10 Frank Snowden of Alhambra a.m. March 28 in Loma Altai a vice president of the state Park.. paiticipate include the 40 attendance at the conference which closed with a general ses- Park Tree Scheduled A number of Altadena or ;anizations have responded to State's PTA, School Board Leaders In Conference Here GREATER HARMONY SOUGHT Two Groups Chief School Lay Participants Leaders of the California Con gress and Teachers and the Calif ornia School Boards Assn. .were ,in confer- ence at the Huntington-Shera ton today "to .develop mutual understanding between school boards and the'PTA which will lead to greater .and." more effec- tive cooperation" between these two. important groups." Thq two organizations are the principal channels of lay participation in public school affairs in California; "We'nee'd to explore means of communication 'between school boards commented Mrs. Max :Colwell of'Pasadena, director, of educa- tion for the California PTA Congress. "School 'boards neec to be aware Df the policies thai guide" PTA activities, anc PTA'sneed the lega: responsibilities of school Among Pasadenans taking part in the conference so far have been William L'. Blair president of the State Board of Education, who served as.a con sultant to discussion meetings yesterday morning, and Robert Mardian, member of the Pasa dena Board of Education, who attended the opening session Thursday night: Presenting the legislative pro gram of the PTA this morning I PTA. Sponsor of the project is the] ;arden section of Altadena Mrs. Colwell discussed the topic, "How Well Do You Know Your at the Thursdaj Woman's Club, headed by Mrs. njgnt meeting, and presided at leorgc O. Caughlin. yesterday's luncheon session. Groups indicating they will More than 70 persons were ers; Altadena Citizens' Assn., Altadena Garden Club, Santa sion this morning. Mrs. Colwell said this first Rosa Garden Club, Toastmas- conference of-the PTA; and ters Club, and a-private citizen, School Boards the Dr. Samuel :Ayres.V j, culmination of several yeaj-s of A number of other groups informal discussions among have indicated interest in the leaders of the two groups who undertaking. Any individual or have been aware of a lack of organization wishing to partici- communication between them. pate is asked to call Mrs. Caugh-j lin, Sy, 4-4017. Mrs. Caughlin said today she! riad received assurance from the County Parks and Recrea- tion Department that there .is sufficient water available at the park now to care for the trees, orado, Pasadena, has been sold Several trees planted in Charles A. and Mildred M past have died because of lack Gibson to Fred W. and Ar.ge- of water. E. Brandenburg for The park is located at the 000. No changes are contem- Clark Motel Sold for The Clark Motel, 3019 E. Col Poster Aids Drive 'ON THE Putting up a poster calling attention to 1he current fund drive, Mrs. James F. Halyerson, newly- chosen "Mrs. San Gabriel the Mrs.-Amer- ica contest, wields brush as M. M. De Vine, left, of Shell Oil which donated poster, and Joel Sheldon, chair- man of the fund drive, offer assistance. Red Cross Campaign Enters Final Week Pasadena area Red Cross fund campaign workers stepped up. the tempo'of their-activities .this week as they entered the final phase of the month-long drive ending' March 31. Goal for the Pasadena chap- ter is according to Joel Sheldon, 1898 Homewood Dr., Altadena, chairman of the 1957 fund drive. Other committees participating in the drive. in- clude South Pasadena, La Ca- nada, San Marino, Altadena and Temple City. Reminding local citizens that "there is a long way to go be- fore the quota is Sheldon urged all Red Cross supporters to make their donations imme- diately. He noted that money collected here will be used to support Red Cross service pro- grams in the arear Outstanding among thejchap-i ter services' is the community: blood program. Others include: water safety, first aid, home nursing, aid to members of the armed forces and their families, disaster.service and Junior Red Cross. corner of Loma Alta Dr. and Lincoln Ave. Two Named to Commission plated at present in the 22-unit hostelry, the 'new owners stated. The sale was consum- mated through the Brown Mo tel Investments of. Hollywood. Lot Frontages Win Approval Substandard frontages for Approve Library Douglas C. Mackenzie, Pasa- _ n and William Equipment Buying dena city engineer, A. Allen, administrative assist- ant to the city manager, have been nominated as a delegate to the National and Harbors Commis- T heir names w ere' rcco- Purchase of equipment, fur- niture and shelving for the San Youth Named to Annapolis Charles Blackinton, 19-year- oM son of Mr. and Mrs. Joe R. Blackinton, 263 Ohio St., Pasa: dena, has been appointed by Sen. Thomas Kuchel to be 'a midshipman at the Naval Acad- emy, Annapolis, Md. The youth attends Pasadena City College and trains regu- larly with a submarine reserve unit in San Pedro. He hopes to get submarine assignment after his graduation from Annapolis, four years hence. He attended McKinley Junior High 41, 11 email; -U'cir names we-ru ruuu- the 14 lots m a small of subdivision at Church Street: and Romney Drive, east of Ave- lue 64, have been approved by 'asadena City Directors. The Manning Commission can pro- ceed now with action on the preliminary map of the sub- division. Directors also have accepted the final map on an S-lot sub- division on a new street, Rancheros Place, which will be connected to Rancheios Road just west of Linda Vista Avenue. CONTRACT 1ST A contract for has boon (riven W. A. Tin-ill to enlarge the caretaker's build- inff where tools for maintain- ing Pasadena's civic center are kept. The building Is lo- cated adjacent to the YMCA. SCHOOL MENUS FOR WEEK ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS 80o Tray Lunch March 25-29, 3057 sandwich, choice of string beets, tomato juice, chocolate pudding, milk.' TUESDAY Hamburgers with cheese, choice of peas or Koven-mliuilc cabbage, choice of boyscnber'ry compote or plum compote, milk. WEDNESDAY Pink bonus Spnnlsli, choice of- splnnch or linked squash, tomato juice, baked custiml, French bread juncii from homo who wish to mntocs or whole kernel corn, choice of ornngc cake or sorted fruit cup, slice of bread and butter, milk, FRIDAY Choice of fresh fish with oven French potatoes or corned beef hash, choice ol carrots or broccoli, choice of rice custnrd pudding or ornngc juice, slice of bread and butter, milk. Various a la-carte Items available nt. extra cost. No In cnrto Items sold ex- cepl as an addition to tho trny lunch or to children bringing 'and butter toasted, milk. 'loaf and niaohnd potatoes, choice of to buy supplemental'dishes or to adults. Ice cream Is an a carle item. McMillan at the request of Rep. H. Allen Smith, 20th Dis- trict Congressman. Tho commission is an ad- visory group which helps plan some phases of federal ex- penditures. Edison Company Seeks Easement Under consideration by Pasa- dena City Directors is a re- quest from the Southern Cali- fornia Edison Co., for an ease- ment across tho north end of Oak Grove Park. A line to the La Canada area would run across the area. The company said this would be cheaper, and would eliminate trimming oak trees and installing high poles over the only other route for the new line along Oak Grove Drive from Michigan Avenue, DEBATORS HONORED Two Pasadena' City College debate teams won honors In the Pnppenllnc College Invitational Debate Tournament, It was an nounccd today by 'Dr. Paul W Smith, PCC debate coach, The Lancer teams of Charles Me Kcsson-Jool Wallock and'Wil- liam Jack Son were tho only junior col lege teams to receive award? In the tournament. ,High and Pasadena Branch of the Pasadena jgchool. majoring in Public Library lias been physics. Pasadena City The Navy, by the way, owes rectors. la debt of gratitude to Charles' The library building is near- girl friend, Lois. Pearson, an ing completion at the corner of Occidental who Avenue 64 and Nithsdale Road. Contracts went to Remington him Rand for Furniture, and special equipment, and to Brq-Dart Industries for wood shelving, gets the credit for recruiting Said Charles: was just talking about Annapolis with my girl friend and she told me to write my senator. So I did, Daughters Eat as Mama Watches Litter Loopholes Plague City Directors Amending Code Pasadena city fathers had to postpone filling a loophole in some city legislation be- cause they found a loophole In the amendment designed to fill the loophole. The whole thing: started last year in an appeal'from'a Planning Commission ruling under the civic center con- trols of the', city. Representatives of the YMCA pointed put that they had ben denied an 80 square foot sign under restrictions which place a limit of 50 square feet on signs in the area. But, said a sign execu- tive, there is nothing in the law to prevent installing an unlimited number of 50 square foot signs on property in the civic center. City Directors approved the YMCA sign and set the city attorney to work amend- ing the code to fill the loop- hole. He came up with an amendment retaining the 50 square foot limit, but noting that it applied to the .cumula- tive total of all signs on a given piece of property in the civic center. Director1 -A. Bay Benedict wasn't satisfied. That would still permit, for example, 5 signs each 2 by 5 feet in size. He' suggested that the ordi nance be amended to the 50 foot maximum area, and the number of signs be limited to two. Board members agreed. CITY BUDGET REQUESTS TO BE MADE Must Face Telephone Firm Revenue Loss The. Pasadena City Manager rfll get the city deparment udget requests next week, and long with them he will get ore than the usual number of eadaches. For one thing, citizen groups re taking a more active in- erest in at least two phases f the budget than e. And, for another reason, the manager will have to balance he books in the face of a loss f more than in'rev- nue through termination ot le major Pacific. Telephone franchise. A'hint of the budgets was oiced by O A. Dietrich, city ontroller, when he said: "The nly thing I can say is that it s B I ASK FOR MOKE Every department, has asked or more money, Dietrich .said. 'But we still have .a sharp