San Marino Tribune Newspaper Archives, Mar 17, 1966, p. 1

San Marino Tribune (Newspaper) – March 17, 1966, San Marino, California–ii .. i^iio »u.j. j~unti fl^tcn :,rlv^ ithan[1] eighty YMCA club groups which command first priority for the building use.
The Board of Managers has extended an invitation to the public to attend their dedication and open house ceremony from ll a rn. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 19. Tour guides will be present and refreshments served until 5 p m
High School Art Exhibit Attraction At New YMCA
An added attraction to the opening of the new South Pasadena-San Marino YMCA on March 19 win be wa ter-colors, drawings and collages by high school students from the departments of art. In their endeavor to promote and encourage art appreciation among young artists and create community interest, the Y Art Council is sponsoring this exhibit and awarding prizes.
The following local Students have been chosen to exhibit: Ron Wenker, Phil Barbour,
Who Stole Three Wigs From Local Beauty Salon?
A person or persons unknown entered a beauty shop on Mission street sometime between 9 p.m. last Wednesday and 7 a m. Thursday morning and departed wirti three assorted wigs, a table radio and $195 in cash. The police report showed a total loss of $870 by the proprietor.
According to the police, an employee had closed the shop at approximately 9 p.m. the preceding night. When the owner arrived Thursday morning shortly before 8 a m. the rear door was standing partially open. Upon entering the shop, he discovered the above items missing and notified the police.
Fred Sharp, Park Superintendent
Retires After 3i Years’ Service
Fred Sharp, park superintendent for the City of San Marino has submitted a letter of resignation to the City Council, ending a service to the community that has spanned 35 years and ll months.
The letter was read by Richard Malcolm at the council meeting last Wednesday night* at which time Mayor Harry W.
Hitchcock expressed the city fathers’ gratitude to the longtime employee for his years of faithful service. Resignation will be effective June I.
Sharp joined the city staff February 9, 1929 as gardener in Lacy Park. He later became tree foreman and participated in the planking of the center strip right of way on Huntington drive. He was appointed assistant park superintendent under Paul Barton in 19(2 and assumed the position of superintendent upon Barton’s retirement in August, 1964. During World War II, Sharp spent four years as a civilian employee with the army and navy, working first at Camp Pendleton and later at Fort Elmendorf in Anchorage. Alaska.
A new home at Oceanside is waiting for owner to exercise his talents in landscaping. Sharp said he has already planted few orchids and avocado trees and expects to devote some time to fishing when he isn’t gardening.
SM City Council Accepts Legion
War Memorial
The City Council was shown a model of the proposed veterans* memorial which the San Marino Post 239, American Legion has undertaken to present to the city at their meeting last’ Wednesday
night and accepted the plan,
Often the less important man is the more importance he displays.

It’s what the housewife said, and a year from now you’ll believe it:    “There’s    too    much
month left over at the end of the money.”

Wife to husband quote of the week: “I wish you had the spunk the government has.
comedy “Mary, Mary” Wednesday, March 23 for a four day run at the Huntington School. They certainly don’t let being Curtain time is 8:30 p.m. in debt keep them from spend ing.”
contingent upon approval by the building department. Their approval cleared the way for tile erection of San Marino’s first monument. Frank Dess el, Chamber of Commerce president, and Mesdames Grif Pharo and McClarty Harbison were present to represent the Beautification Committee, which had earlier unanimously accepted the plans at a special meeting Its showtime again for the with Harold Erdman, Legion San Marino Community Players, chairman of the project and who open with the Jean Kerr Richard Malcolm, city rn ana-
in Drive curta|n
: Up For San Marino Players
The monument will be erected west of the palm grove near the Virginia road entrance to Lacy Park and will include a 40 foot flagpole, a concrete slab approximately five feet high, with sur-
Tact Group To Sponsor Talk At HS Tuesday
Diana Lee, Chris Moses, Lenore Bank OI America Warkentin, Kristi Sharpe, Sally m . rn. .
Shelton, Kendra Cox, Kathy MkWUEUM inCIUOe
TACT, a group of local citizens dedicated to bring out the
Barnes,’ Wanda Warkentin, Bob |1 SIKHS SeitioA    2k    hi’r’Tan*’*
Philhp,, Wendy Sachs, Janet    Wymore    sponsoring a talk by Carl Allen,
Goodrich.    The    first    round    winners in the
Others chosen are Patti Musses Jackie Howe, Sue Calli, David Harper, Sheryl Elliott, Mark Williams, Sandra Rex, Deborah Heart*, Mary Jane Pepper, Jody Murray, Chris Carlson and Julie Voorhies.
Serving on the Art Council under the chairmanship of Mrs. Herbert H. Stark is Mrs. William D. Wenzlau of West Haven road.
‘ Security First National’s New West SM Branch Nears Completion
Security First National Bank’s West San Marino branch, located at 805 Huntington drive, is nearing completion and will open for business on Monday, March 28, bank officials announced. The new bank, situated on the northeast corner of Huntington
and Granada avenue, is Se-
Mayflower Congregational Church To Break Ground For New Edifice
Mayflower Congregational Church, founded by a group of 56 persons from various San Gabriel Valley Congregational Churches in August, 1961 has tentatively set Easter Sunday as the date for groundbreaking ceremonies for a new Fellowship
Hall, announced Dr. Ronald W
PR Man Will Address SM Rotary Today
Speaker for San Marino Rotary Club’s St. Patrick’s Day noon meeting today at Woody and Eddy’s Restaurant will be William L. Aldrich, director of Public Relations and Advertising for the Irvine Company. His topic will be “The Irvine Ranch Development”.
Akinch is a graduate of UCLA where he majored in economics and did post graduate wark ta industrial relations, in addition to graduate work in public rest Stanford and Cal
Dickson, minister this week The $450,000 structure will seat 400, with facilities for Sunday School and administrative offices and will be located at 6117 North San Gabriel boulevard. where mortgages for the former meeting house were burned al Easter services la* year. Demolition of existing structures on the property has been completed
Dr. Dickson said the building will be in colonial style, with belfry and tail spires, reminiscent of the Pilgrim traditions. The interior and color will be in keeping with the exterior co-
Officers Elected For High School Band Parents
The newly formed San Marino High School Band Parents Club met last Wednesday for election of officers for the remainder of this year. Clifford M. Sandland and William E. Colburn were elected co-chairmen for the group. Benjamin Nevill, vice president; Mrs. Mitchell Gould, treasurer; Mrs. Laurence Van Hale, secretary and Mrs. Ray Ferguson assistant treasurer in charge of benefits and donations.
“This is the first year SMHS has ever had such a club”, commented the high school music instructor. Glenn Stuart, “and they’re a great group. All 30 members are very enthusiastic.”
The club’s main purpose is to create community interest in the band and assist in obtaining any equipment the band needs that can’t be handled through the yearly budget. Of top priority at the moment is instruments, principally reeds such as oboes, fluxes, saxophones and a good string bass. These instruments are too expensive to come out of the band budget so the
curity Bank’s second in San Marino and 333rd banking location in the Southern California area.
The one-story structure, occupying more than 4,500 square feet of office space, was designed by the architectural firm of Burke. Kober and Nicolais. General contractor is Shepard A Morgan of San Marino.
The building features walls and columns of painted brick, highlighted by a slanted roof of ceramic tile on all four sides. Extensive landscaping will enhance the bank’s exterior.
The interior will include recessed lighting, acoustical tile ceilings, air conditioning and modem furniture. The officers’ platform area wiH be carpeted as will the main banking lobby
1966 Bank of America Achievement Awards program included ll seniors from San Marino High School, according to a press release from the sponsoring bank this week.
Certificate award winners in specific fields were Jeff Gould, mathematics; John Avery, laboratory science; Marc Williams, music; Kathy Barnes, art; Katherine Seyster, English; Dan Caldwell, social science; Linda Jo Arnold, foreign languages; Barbara Mees, business and Gayle Gammon, home economics.
Receiving engraved plaque awards in general fields were John Cederquist, science and mathematics and Kathy Hunt, liberal arts.
Awards are presented each year for outstanding scholarship, leadership and promise of future success and service to society. The awards are presented in four general fields; vocational arts, liberal arts, fine arts and science and mathematics.
Cash awards to students in Southern California this year will total $53,900. Top winners from local high schools will go to the zone competitions in April, and the first place winners will then go on to the finals in May, where they will receive at least $150 and may win one of the top $1000 awards.
HS Work Day SHI! In Need
Stanford University graduate, teacher, writer and former football player in San Marino High School auditorium T u e s d a y, March 22 at 8 p.m.
Allen grew a beard and turned “Vietnik” to actually participate in tire anti-American marches recently staged on the campus at the University of California at Berkeley. He witnessed the Viet Nam Day Committee’s “International Days of Protest” on October 15 and 16, 1965. He will give an “I Was There” report on the continuing “Peace and Viet Nam” demonstrations.
In conjunction with his lecture, Allen will present the full color-sound filmstrip, “The Berkeley Revolution,” which he believes exposes how the nation’s largest educational institution is being assaulted by a handful of fanatic revolutionaries.
Local committee members include Dr. and Mrs. D. Clinton Bennett, Messsr. and Mesdames Clark Cornell, J. Bradford Crow, Jr., Earl M. Daniels, L. B. Harbour, Milton A. Reimers, Stephen M. Sherrill, Dr. and Mrs. Robert W. Gentry, Mea-
Neighborhood Receptions For John L Harmer
John L. Harmer, Republican candidate for State Senator in the newly apportioned 21st District will be the guest speaker at two neighborhood receptions in the San Marino area today, March 17.
Hosting the first meeting in her home will be Mrs. Bruce Bogue, Hornet road. Following Harmers talk there will be a question and answer period.
Mm es. Maurice Dampier and Edgar Whitmore Jiave scheduled an afternoon reception for Harmer at the Daniels residence on Virginia road.
The two informal neighborhood meetings are first in a series to be sponsored by local residents for Harmer.
Harmer, a practicing attorney in Glendale, is seeking the Senate seat which includes all of San Marino, as well as South Pasadena, and parts of Pasadena, Temple City, Alhambra, and San Gabriel.
SMHS Key Club Promotes Seat Belt Program
Each year the Key Club at San Marino High School tries to have a worthwhile safety project for the good of the school and the community. This year they have decided to have a safety bek company install seat belts at a discount. Pete Miller, head of the project, says that the hefts will be on sale now til some time in April. “Carl’s Tops and Covers” on Colorado Boulevard will be doing the installation of the seat belts at a $1 d i s c o u nt. The safety belts
Cast in the leading roles are San Marino couple Jeane and Andrew Edwards, supported by John Welliver, Richard Marquet rounding paving and landscap-and Carol Babcock. Directing the play is Mrs. Norman Mack, with Rosemary Fetterer as production manager. Two former presidents also have their hands in, Mrs. William Poindexter on props and Mrs. James N. Eb-right handling costumes.
Tickets for the comedy which concerns the marital difficulties of a young couple written in typical Jean Kerr light hearted style, may be secured by calling Mrs. Lawrence Guild at AT 6-6098,
ing. Plaques honoring San Marino’s war dead will be placed upon the slab.
July 4
The Legion is hoping for completion of the monument in time for dedication ceremonies on July 4. Robert F. Shryock, landscape architect of South Pasadena is the designer, and was present at the council meeting to explain details.
The council’s resolution approving the monument included permission to remove the
Four members of the Players Present Pla


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