Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1963 · Page 61
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M Z S Itnt ·«. * T»urv, Wr« «. HU City to Air - fcj* L-JL on Night PAN-AM WEEK PROCLAIMED Lakewood Mayor Robert \V. Baker and Paul Worthington, president of the Lakewood Pan American Festival Association, admire flag of Paraguay, honored country, following mayor's signing of proclamation designating April 15-21 as Pan American Week. Chamber Votes Support for Sunday Closing Change in Law Eyed by Council Public hearing on proposals to modify Lakewood's contro-' versial overnight parking ban will be held before the City Council at 8 pro. Tuesday. The city now outlaws overnight parking on its 112 miles of public streets and alleys. * · · * THE COUNCIL is considering an amendment ia the eight-year-old ban to allow residents "in hardship cases" to park all night in front of their homes after paying a $10 annual permit fee. " H a r d s h i p s " generally would be recognized only in instances where a resident has too many vehicles to fit into his garage and driveway. Residents particularly hard hit by the existing parking ;ban are those with one-car garages or short driveways. Assistant City Administrator Donald R. Singer esti-; mates that about 3 per cent of Lakewood families have three or more cars. This does present a problem of crowding and shift-i ing around in some cases,' Singer said. THE PROPOSED amendment would also allow issuance of overnight parking permits for guests and visitors 1 of Lakewood families for a) time limit not to exceed one! week. There would be no fee for this type of permit Petitions asking for outright repeal of the city's over night parking ban initiated of discount stores* seven( Counca studies last fall. Some] day-a-week operations, directors of the Greater Lake( of the petitioners had been DAYDREAMING... Sandy Davies, 18, Pauses During Studies to Admire Her New-Won Trophy ; PAN-AM Twos a Dream Come True Emphasizing the "threat I wood Chamber of Commerce voted their support this.'*^^^* 5 ^** 1 week of Senate Bfll 845, which proposes to force Suni day closings for many retail stores. The action followed LAKEWOOD vioUt-i hca ,' By ANAT HO\YE Hostess with two homes is the problem or pleasure of the new 1963 Pan American Hostess Sandy Da vies. Sandy, IS-year-old senior , ings, the ban has been both; at Lakewood High school. 45protested and p r a i s e d . A spends her school year here 1 minutes of heated discussion., moratorium on enforcement ALSO TO BE considered by ', the Council Tuesday is a Park 'and Recreation Commission' LaVewood. and then, at the first sign of suirmer, flies to the family's other home on Catalina Island. Because of her dual residence. swimming is a natu- torney M. Ross Bigelow, chairman of the Chamber's legislative. committee, and adopted by a 10-7 vote. . P r i n c i p a l s p o k e s man'recommendation to continue! By EARL GRISUOLD against the action was Dr.jthe tit/s policy of letting 1 £ · · This Good Neighbor idealjulhis Robbtns, dentist. [community groups use parfcjJ^QfUTudV " "thnut a rental fr* 1 · ral for Sandy, followed only by her second love--ballroom dancing. * · » · " E V E R Y T H I N G is so wonderfuV* was her first reaction to ~ winning her new title. Actually, she explained, it was like a dream come true; for throughout the semi-finals, the Hostess Tea and the Hostess Dance. she tried to visualize what it would be like to really be Miss Pan American Hostess of 1961. First official d u t y for Sandy took place this morning when she was introduced at the regular meeting of the Pan American Parade Association Board of D i r e c t o r s . Interesting functions include reigning with the Queen of the Pan American Festival. Martha Anderson. 17, from the honored country of Paraguay, at the El Comienzo luncheon April 15, at the Lion's Ball and Banquet April 20, and finally riding in the Pan American Parade April 21. · * * · SPECIAL PRIZE for the hostess is the traditional goodwill trip to M e x i c o City as the representative of Lakewood. This will be a particular pleasure for Sandy, who already has s t u d i e d three years of Spanish and speakj · . it fluently. . - ' , · · * * · · * » PLANS for the future-^.' Sandy isn't quiet sure, but she wants to attend college,". majoring in choir music, 1 , · Don't know what special thrill Sandy's island home has in store for her this; year, but she's sure it- couldn't compare with be-^ ing our hostess with the mostest. " · Signups Set ' Lakewood boosts in its annual Pan American Festival has I\ ANOTHER action Pres- taken on real neighborly aent OIiver Connor appoint- ' buildings without a rental fee.) The Council l a s t month asked the commission to conj meaning to some folks. - . . . . Nal ntzgerald, immedi-' 5 ^" three proposals, two of w w rental fee for use of the build- . T -j . . .which would reauire Take Bin Francis over on ( ate past president, to serve as ^^ ^ Ocana Avenue in the old chairman of the group's eoo- Lakewood city section. 'nomic development commit- Bill invited a small inani"*-^^T" " TM°** ' corps to come up from Mexico' to strut its stuff in Lakewood's big Saludos Amigos many a area for 'Y 1 Camp Rose Unit fo Get Award in Lakev/ood Pasadena Tournament Parks Plan Bigger Programs ; Next Week for Kids 1 Vacation Talent Show Joycees fo Hold Seat Belt Clinic The L a k e w o o d Junior parade on April 21. He figured! the parade should boast one! f» . real Latin marching group.'^ Qf which it's never had before.) I l l I ijoaiu- A couple of weeks ago BilH*y+ / C f A G W O O O ' " 5 ?·**·» at the Dutch Vil discovered he was faced with| v " «i» w » r « w | bge shopping center. Wood and YMCA s Camp Oakes A wide variety of activities ^Monday through Friday, and[rate of 23 cents for each ses-'. °* for vacationing students wUljl° *» * Saturday. Supervised'sioa is the only fee for in- of Lakewood 'Roses officials will present a]be offered April 8-14 at Lake- activities will be offered from struction. The fee entitles the ., .. ... j i parfcj j^ playgrounds. 1° to * Monday through Fri-'swimmer to use of a locker, ' at Lindstrom School towel and swimming suit. · Participants may wear their Youth Cen- own swimming suit if they i Year's Day. PTM* 3 "* 7111 * n " mc ' uoe " MCT |tcr will be open to junior'desire. *.*'. Program Secretary B i l l , The presentation will be," 1 '"- ecs folonn ?- fookl high school members from T\ Recreational swimming s^*-! Hcathman said the first 20 maJe at an awards banquet .oecoratmg. Easter bonnet-, o gy) p n v -[ acsd3y and sions will be offered daily's* youths to register will win at g p m Monday at Hody'sTMkinp . and . bo " nfl ,P arad « s l Thursday. Senior high mem- 1, 2 and 3 pm. during .thft prizes ranging from baseballs Restaurant. cf skatin2 tno «n«v«* trark . . . . . . . . . , .. =_ _jjj.:-- ._ -t--?_- ^mber of Commerce will and gift certificates to a trip Attorney M. Ross Bigelow, conduct a soat belt clinic Saturday and Sunday, 9 ajn. a real challenge. The small! drum corps had swelled into' ISO teenage kids from senada and Mexicali coming on the 20th for an overnight stay. Even a Country Club Estate home can't house that many guests. r and South to Disneyland. The camp program, open to'group, said the Pasadena of- boys and girls 9 to 14. m-'ficials will also present the t ke skating trip, movies, track ^^ mill ' USe tfM5 cen(tr from ,,',,,], j n addition to the reg- ;and field workouts, pre-teen, ,,, 10 p m m Monday,'u!ar evening schedule ;iof · bimnv noo md tfmrmmtrits.'·*_· ^ m r'j '...·__:__ __*:.^«L. *~*_ president of 'the Lakewood bunn y h °P and toumarncnts - Wednesday and Friday. chides horseback riding, arch- group with a guilt-framed PLAYGROUNDS will be] INSTRUCTION for chil- swimming activities. H O O V E R Junior The Los Altos-Lakewood ruff A v e n u e (change Club will stage its^ 11 ^*- jana ruurg. nearly uv Laite-i second annual "Search for] Sam Brunei, chairman, said wood area youngsters attend- covery supervised each day from S^en'i beginning, intermedi^School g}-mnasium will of Talent" show at 8 p,m. Friday^e $6.25 price win include ed the week-long summer ses-Lakewood float won in the Lakewood High School auditorium. President Jack Ward said the two-hour program win in- installation. fchide singers, dancers, nusi- « . » « Jcians and variety acts. Ad- BILL DROPPED in to the! mission win ** " for »*J" I PT office to »sk if we'd help TM* M cent » for broadcast an appeal for housing if he got hard-pressed. Winners will appear in an Exchange Club district con- Sure, we told him. Just let os test April 19 at Lakewood. know. | ; Bin came in again the other EdSf CT VGCOtlOfl day, beaming a smile of vie- 1 --, . « tory.TheogTisinth«pouprians Announced "will be housed at the Lale-l , \ni. I n I wood YMCA, with cots and OT WhOjey rOTK wood area. ! Giil Twred announcci jsions last year. Iplace in its division. ery, riflery, swimming, crafts color photograph of the float.'am, to 6 p.m. at Bolri-ar, Del ate and advanced swimming open Monday through Friday; and hiking. Nearly 250 Lake-[which was titled The Dis-IValle. Mayfair and San Mar-!wiII be offered by the Lake-|frora 9 am. to 1 p.m. dur£^- California.'* The tin Parks. Lakewood Elemen-'wood Recreation Departmen^Easter vacation for boys abdT first tary School pla)-ground will at the Lakewood High pool girls, fourth through ninu\. 'be supervised from 9 to 5 during Easter vacation week. ! grades. 7-i- April 8-12, according to Larry | The Lakewood Recreatiop" Kloskey, pool manager. ;Department win conduct:*" No advance registration is variety of gymnasium aoff-; necessary. Classes win be of-|ities. including half-court ba$- fered at 9, 10 and 11 »ja. ketball and bombardier. Pir|each day. jtidpants are required to wear. The regular pool admission tennis shoes. "f '; Building Tops $2 Million | Here During First Quarter?: Addresses Rotary ; THE cored. Bin turned his ""n-t^^. ,,. throwing contest,! tioa to » second project^ »nd ^r,^^ ^^^ d bicycles, arranged for the 180 kxis to', ^^j^j ^j - ' parade throngh Disneyland ^^ «nd try the rides on the day ^* before the Lakewood parade. Bin. who organized and manages the American Le-| Dr. Raymond L i n d g r e n J port-sponsored L a k e w o o d Long Beach State College Ambassadors, a teenage drum'dean, wax scheduled as guest and bugle corps, took his unit' speaker at the Laktwood Ro' to Ensenada for an Independ- tary Club meeting today at i coc« Day parade there last Lakewood Country Club.; i Sept. 15. He's taking Lake-|Carroll Price is p r o g r a m j wood's Pan American Festival chairnviti. w i t h President I of Friendship seriously. ' Harold Snell presiding. A seasonal spring spurt in A BREAKDOWN of construction of home addi-|month's statistics ttons and swimming pools last i Lakewooders began month boost ed build ing valua--extra rooms on their horn**; tions in the City of Lakewood with a combined valuation;o£ over the $2 minion mark for $215.030; three new hoc**» the first quarter of 1963. valued at $99.000 were star£ Preston L. Renkon. the!;" the Likewood city's chief building inspector,! reported 112 permit, ^« ^,500 «te ing started. iM issued in March for construction projects valued at $376.950, boosting the first quarter's dollar valuation to $2,145,820. This year'i climbed almost $H{ million four commercial p r o j e c t s ; valued at $29.400 were begv5.; C o m p a r a t i v e montirj£ figures show 112 pernjwf issued in February, witlr; , valuation of $1.027.340; JHiJ |7I permits issued ia ahead of the $593.650 va!aa-] |9S2 ^^ , vahition-: LENTEN DRAMA To dramatize the bst days of Christ on earth, St. Timothy Lutheran Church in Laktwood is staging a series of Wednesday evening Lenten programs, which will culminate with the Resurrection scene at services early Easter morning. Above, Mrs, Kurt Weichert, who designed and made 34 costumes for the persons appearing in the program series, assists Mrs. Kurt Gibson, who appears as a servant in the household of Pontius Pilate. William Northrop, adjusting his beard, portrays Caiaphas, the high priest. lions recorded last year. at this time $273.600. Planners to Meet Trts Lakewond City Plan- nins Commission win meet at 8 tonight in the council chambers. Lakewood News-: «nj CIASSIFXO ADS '·'. 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