Progress Bulletin from Pomona, California on June 17, 1974 · Page 9
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Progress-Bulletin, Ponton«, California, Monday, Jvno It, 1474 B-3 sation The mium refund Compensation Fund. Further reci imrtr ... 516 on graduation list at Claremont High School CLAREMONT — Claremont High has listed 516 graduating seniors following commencement exercises. Candidates for graduation were the following: Donald Montgomery Abbott, Priscilla Ann Abies, Bruce Alan Abraham, Jeanne e.1 i z a b e t h Albrecht, Alisa Cary Allen, Christie Ann Allen, Lucy Allen, Susan Jaye Ambrose, Frank Amercua Jr., Craig Lee Anderson, Dennis Martin Anderson, Gail Jeanne Anderson, Kenneth Howard Anderson Jr., Leslie Ellen Anderson, Ruth Elaine Andrews, Claye Williams Atcheson, James M. Aviles, James Alan Ayers. Julia Lynn Bailey, Todd Murray Bailey, Cheryl Ann Ball, Thomas Clyde Banwell, William McKinney Barrett, Janard Joseph Bauer, Martin David Baum, Christine Marie Bazela, William Alexander Beane, James Rawlings Beaumont, Peter Mark Bechard, Beverly Elaine Beck, Mark Allan Beck, Mark Christiaan Behrendsen, Alan David Belanger, Kris Martin Bell, Victoria Susan Bell, Cynthia Louise Bello. Bennett-Brumer Robin Lee Bennett, Jo A 1 e n e Bentley, Gregory Leonhardt Benzor, Michael Paul Bicker, Robb Walter Bi e w n e r , Janet Elizabeth Bills, Sarah Jane Bittles, Vonn Leland Black, Jeffrey Mark Blaney, Lorraine Andriane Blankenburg, Brian David Blatz, Laura Anne Bo- gosiao', Randy Allan Boh-- lmann, Kathryn Anne Bond, Peter Michael Boor, Martha Lois Boule, Terri Ann Bovett, Sonya Leah Bowe, Kevin Scott Bowles, William Lee Boyer. Sivert Clint Bradford, Ginn e ne Lee Branch, Barry Wayne Braswell, Pamela Kay Braswell, Joyce Elizabeth Bray, Jean Louise Brayfield, Sally Lou Brehaut, Susan- Lee Brehaut, Beth Ellen Brigante, Karen Lee Briley, Debra Ann Brodell, Gary Ross Bronner, Natalie Troy Brott, Cathy Jean Brown, Deborah Susan Brown, Harry Charles Brown. Martha Ann Brown, Saundra Kay Brown, Deborah Louise Brownlee, Barbara Heidie Brumer. Buentgen-Davis Joan Marie Buentgen, Terri Burgess, Karen Ann Buzon, Jane Ellen Cadman, Richard Jesse Calderon, Donna Marie Carano, Gloria Jean Carpenter, Edward Jules Carvalho, William Henry Casey, Mark Daniel Casson, Solomon Benjamin Cera, Laurel Luella Chadboume, Heath Wells Chapman, Elizabeth Ann Chavez, Jesus Tinajero Chavez, Robin Leo Chew, Cheryl Louise Chick, Darlene Nancy Chizar. Arane Marie Clark, Susan Elizabeth Clinebell, Victor Brian Cloud, Jeri Lynnn Coiner, Audrey Lorraine Cole, . Candace Alyce Collins, Rich. ard M. Colman, Ronald Clark Cones, Lisa Marie Cook, Catherine Sarah Cooke, Gerald Edward Cordt, James Wendell Corey, Bruce William Correio, Vicki Jean Cramer, David Stewart Cramer, Catherine Taylor Curtis, Jeska Iravuha Dalizu, Edmund Albin da Silveira Jr., Andrew Ethan Davenport, Myles Richard Davis. Delaney-Fleming Mary Beth Delaney, Christopher Byron Denes, Robert David Dennison, Westley Robertson Denton, Shelley Kaye Dickens, Donald Dean Dickerson Jr., Bradley Wayne Dillabough, Janet Lynne Doty, John Aubrey Douglass, Francis Downing, Dianne Doyle, Lynn Marie Dressel, Lorraine Sarah Dude, David Wayne Duravant, Gary Scott Dunn, Lauri Lynne Durkee, Kathleen Ann Dwyer. Mary Cecile Eiland, Lawr e n ce Neal Elkin, Freda Bryanette Elliott, Linda Ellen Ellis, Dean Carl Erickson, Margaret Louise Erickson, Todd Walker Ervin, Elizabeth Erwin, Jonathan Franklyn Estes, Christine Joan Evans, Edward Alan Fagg, Melina Ann Faull, Marion Faust, Donald Scott Felps, Janet Marie Finley, James Michael Finnegan, Galen Bruce Fischer, Deborah Helen Fisher, Janis Marie Fisher, Lizanne Fleming. Foresman-Gutierrez Robert Scott Foresman, Darrell Franklin, Lisa Marie Franz, Melinda Jean Frederick, Susan Marion French, Mark Carlton Freudenberger, Lynn Michele Friedman, Phoebe Margaret Fuller, Donna Lee Catherine Gabriel, F ranees Ricarda Gaibler, ,r ies A1 Garbacz, Michael Joseph Gassnef, Tobn Edward Gaylord, Bruce Howard Gaynor, San Gelinas, David Harry Getts, Steven Ferris Gillingham, Connie Ann Giuliano. John Steffen Goellner, Peter Edward Goethel, Reginald 0 ‘ B r i a n Goldsmith, Robin Anne Grady, Pamela Lee G r a e f e, Paula Suzanne Graefe, Richard Stuart Grah a m , Catherine Patricia G r e e v e r, Michael George Greiner, Charles Edward Grigsby, Judy Anne Groetzinger, David Malcom Grover, Ronald Henry Gucciardo, Nancy Ann Guericke, Rodney Charles Guthrey, Debra Sue Gutierrez. Hagelbarquer-Johnson V i k i Lyn Hagelbarger, Christopher Lee Halasz, Merylee Ann Hamlin, Christopher Whitman Hammond, Darla Rene Harbaugh, Jack Edward Harper, Cathryn Gayle Harris. Gail Arlene Harris, Diane Elizabeth Havens, Ralph Edgar Hawes III, Keith Kenton Hayball, Marshall D. Heaton, Ann Elizabeth Hendricks, Thomas Cooke Henzie, Hans Martin Hertz, James Steven Heuer, Andrea Mary Hewitt, Charles William Higgins, Rhett Walter Higgins. Brian William Hill, Peter Tvan Hill, Barbara Joan Hil- 1 e n , Joe Hillstock, Dana Bruce Hohuin, Cynthia Ann Hoover, Gary DeWayne Hoyle, Paula Marie Hubatka, Tamara Sue Hubbard, Gary Hall Jackson, Jody Markeen Jacobsen. Elizabeth Marie Jaeger, Anthony Francis Janusz, Gary Lee Jenkins, Carol Lee Jennings, Karen Lynn Jensen, Scott Phillip Jochimsen, Darcy Patrice Johnson, Jeffery Ross Johnson, Kim Kerry Johnson, Richard Lloyd Johnson. Josselyn-Lee Robin Lynn Josselyn, Robert William Journey, Barbara Sue Joyce, Lorie Susanne Juergens, Cheryl Lynn Kalar, Charles Edward Karp, Debo•Mh Joyce Kasten, Lonica can Kaylor, Karen Elaine V.ys, Kimberly Alan Keating, Pamela Maria Anne Keehan, Mary Rose Keenan, John Terrell Keester, Barton Craig Keman, Karen Colleen Ketcham, Lynn Marie Kieft, Terri Jean Kilgore, Phillis Jean Kinsey; Catherine Marie Kit- telscn. Eileen Marie KJecinsky, Andrea Susan- Kobrinsky, Karl Mark Kohler, Laurraine Jean Kolasinski, Kristin Lee Kooman, Kathryn Lynn Korewick, Roselle Marcia Kovitz, Gail Debra Krentzman, Angela Krespis, Patricia Ann Kuzmich, Grant Kvalheim, John Luke Kweku Laast, Joseph Andrew LaGue, Jeslyn Ruth Lambly, David Robert Lamphere, Sharon Lank, Richard Coulson Lantz, Joan Marie Latimer, David Charles Lee, Stephen Scott Lee. Leehoff-Morris Sanford Alfred Leebhoff, Amy Susan Lennick, Kathy Jean Leonard, Elizabeth Anne Leslie, Ralph Lutz Leuthaus, Elizabeth Kay Lewis, David Alan Lillegard, Peter Kenneth Losh, Georgia Marie Lovelady, Steven Byrnes Mace, Lance Cristian Macpherson, Lynne Ann Macy, Steven Michael Madorsky, Scott Carl Manley, Catherine Joan Marquez, Horacio Leyva Martinez, Randall Scott Masters, Steven CraD Maury, Steven Clark Maxwell, Matt Douglas Mayhew. Susan Evelyn McDonald, Patricia Ann McFarlane, Ronald Bruce McGough, Mickie Marie McLean, Bettina Lynne McLeod, Jeffery Bond McLeod, Brain Patrick McPartland, Marc Jackson Gordon Merritt, Stanford Alan Michael, Marcus. Miller, Michelle Frances Miller, Stephen Roy Miller, Steven Wesley Miller, Nancy Millstine, Patricia Shin Minatoya, Rebecca Jo Mitchell, Jamie Monson, Janette Joyce Moore, Nanette Lois Moore, Anthony Paul Moran, Brain Foster Morgan, Jerold Richard Morgan, Gordon Alan Morris. Murphy— Paulson Michael John Murphy, Timothy M. Murphy, Brad .Anthony Myers, Mark Randolph Myers, Colleen Caryn Nelson, Stephen Dudley Nelson, Elaine Louise Nesbit, Liza Marie Nesbitt, Mark Alan Neuhaus, Kim Ilene Newton, Scott Richard Newton, Mary Nella Nicholl, David Richard Nimmons, Dwayne Arfredda Norwood, Paul Williard Nuss, Thomas Ojijo Nyajdho. John Michael O’Connor, Sheree Ann O’Connor, Susan Naomi Ogata, Lisa Ellen i iesby, Michael James Oliver, Denise Olsen, Paul Martin O’Niell, Cyril Joseph O’Reilly, Pamela Sue Osborne, April Denise Osmer, Thomas Ede- bum Park, Mona Morales Parrilla, Rosemary Ann Parsons, Craig James Pastor, David-Grant Patterson, Mark Thomas Patterson, Sharon June Paul, Rhonda Denise Paulson. Prearring—Reynoso Catherine Ann Pearring, Jack Vincent Pearson, Vickie Allison Pelton, Teresa Christine Perry, Paul Martin Peterson, Robert Brian Petitpas, Susan Lucille Phaneuf, Janet Susan Phares, Susan Laurie Phillips, Debra Louise Pickryl, David Richard Pierce, William Conant Pierson, Kevin Joseph Piper, Daniel Laurence Plante, Donald Charles Plante, Albert Edward Plaxton, John Gary Plessman. David Michael Poling, Daniel Bert Polk, Lisa Diane Pompa, Russell Harry Porter, Roberta Candace Potz, Donna Lynn Powers, Jonathan Scott Powers, Gregory Paul Prancevic, Pamela Lee Procsal, Debra Ann Rader, Roland Douglas Ralston, Sam Gilbert Ralston, Lee Gibbs Rama lev, Gregory '—1 Rauch, Doris Jean Reimer, Reger Dale Reisinger, Donald Raymond Rendahl Jr., Michael James Reuter, James Gordon Reynolds, Socorro Reynoso. Roach—Seymour Man' Elizabeth Roach, Donald Arthur Roberts Jr., Dale Calhoun Robertscn, Michael Charles Robinson Jr., Maria Victoria Rocha, Cathy Ann Roche, Lori Lynn Rodine, Josie Rodriguez, Raul Robert Rodriguez, Natalie Jean Roser, Joshua Elliot Rothenberg, Nanette Lynn Rowe, Carolyn Elizabeth Royal, Alison Margaret Russell, Joan Marie Ryan. Gloria Lupe Salcido, Teresa Bernadette Salvato, Patricia Ruth Samida, Kent Mason Sandoe. Catherine Ann Sanford, Lynn Dianne Santee, Scott Blaine Sauer, Lynn El- 1 e n Savonen, Debra Ann Schiff, Ron Schlager, Deborah Jeanne Schlick, Nancy Kay Schmitz, Andrew William Schroeder, Jaye Vel Schulte, Mark Kimberly Sears, Karen Marie Seccombe, Kathryn Ellen Seeger, David William Seymour. WESTMONT STUDENTS HONORED — John Mattson, loft, and Erika Corle, second from right, were named outstanding boy and girl at Westmont Elementary School in Pomona and awarded Scott Mc­ Alister Memorial plaques and dictionaries. Their teachers are Lois Gissendanner, second from left, and Ruth Clonch, right. John and Erika were presented their awards at a closing assembly. Two receive Westmont Memorial awards POMONA — The 1974 winners of the Scott McAlister Memorial Award at Westmont Elementary School are Erika Corle, 12, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. I. Corle of 1666 W. Ninth St., and John Mattson, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Mattson of 1683 Meserve St. Annually the awards go to the outstanding boy and girl, selected by the faculty on the basis of scholarship, sportsmanship and participation in service activities and youth groups. Erika and John received plaques and dictionaries at a school assembly recently. In addition, their names were engraved on a perpetual plaque kept in the school office. The McAlister Memorial Awards are donated to Westmont students by Mr. and Mrs. Robert McAlister of Claremont in memory of their son Scott, a Westmont student, who died. 1.41®#! wins award -NUT - The Walnut ' Water District has recognized for its em- safety record during y the Association of Cali Water Agencies, the can Water Works Asso\ and the State Compen- Insurance Fund, district had only one _J injury in 32,000 em- hours in 1973, officials safety record was good to earn a third plaee, I in the Association of mia Water Agencies’ v t contest, cosponsored the State Compensation ance Fund. Awards are on safety data collected iCWA safety question- Inut Valley Water fi- i behind Lindmore Irri- l District and West San trdino County Water . Dis- in its division, an added bonus of the st, the Walnut district «red an insurance pre- i the State Insurance j was red recently from the rican Water Works Asso- t i o n, California Section y Committee, via a let- f commendation for “ex- nt performance in safety i by your report for ft worms hit Ethiopia crops ROME (UPI) - A plague of army worms has hit a wide area of Ethiopia, destroying crops just plated following a* severe drought, the U,N. Food and Agriculture Organization said Wednesday. It said the worms, which at one stage of their development become flies and may move with'the wind as far as 62 miles overnight, have spread across 15,500 square miles cf farmland. Shacklett—Swihart David Benjamin Shacklett, Glenna Mae Shank, Jeffrey Alan Shannon, Regina Carol Shaw, Craig Russell Shearer, Laurel Ruth Shimer, Denise Robin Shupe, Eric Jay Sieber, John Roland Simons, Sharon Marie Siorek, Kenneth Gordon Skinner, Marilyn Carol Slagle, Patricia Margaret Sloan, Rosanne Sloane, Brian Stephen Smith. Daniel Joseph Smith, Jeffry Bradford Smith, Katherine Ann Smith, Kathleen Dawn Smith, Lorraine Kay Smith, Shelley Diane Smith. Stephen Arthur Spanier, Wade Spital, James Stephen St. Clair, Robert Thomas Stewart, Timothy Peter Stipa- nuk, Thomas Patrick Storrer, Denise Lynn Stowell, Andrew Louis Strodtbeck, Steven Monfort Sturgis, Brian Ensel Stutts, Katrina Marie Sullivan, Douglas Stephen Surbeck, Paula Jane Swan, Mary Lynn Swann, Brenda Gail Sweetnam, Patricia Lee Swensen, Sharon Lee Swetnam, Carol Suzanne Swihart. Taylor—Zimmerman Deborah Lynn Taylor, Cristina Marie Teran, Patricia Ann Terrell, Timothy Gerard Terrell, William Ross Thompson, Denise Lynne Thorpe, Kimberly Wayne Thwaits, Vionne Marie Tierce, Joanne Maureen Tobin, Marcia Anne Todd, Curtis Dean Toovey, Ann Louise Kristine Tracey, Susan Elaine Traniello, Jayne Marie Triplett, Rebecca Marie Turner, Lorraine Hope Ulrich. Adrienne Valenta, Cathy Anne Van Gee, Timothy Randall Van Valen, Patricia Mary Vaughn, Donna Lynn Verboys, Marcella Villanueva, Glenda Patricia Vogel, Curtis Scott Vonder Reith, Mark Henry Vonrhein, Gregory L. Wahl, Shelley Reigh Waldman, Thomas Leonard Waldman, Charles Robert Walker, John David Walker, Paul Allen Walker, Joan Carol Wallace, Nancy Marie Wallace, Linda Colleen Walsh, Car o 1 Anne Warden, David Bruce Wargin, Margot War- TV writer will teach at P/fzer CLAREMONT - John McGreevey, Emmy-winning television writer, has received an appointment as visiting professor of television arts at Pitzer College and will teach one course next fall. McGreevey has had more than 300 shows aired on the three major television networks sincere turned to that medium in 1955. Last year, he was awarded an Emmy for ore of his Walton series scriots, “The Scholar.” After earning his B.A. in English and theater arts at Indiana University, he sold more than 100 radio scripts in six years. Among his live television credits were Philco, Studio One, Lux Video, Suspense and others. Among his many TV film credits are scripts for Westerns, suspense, comedy, and drama, including Wagon Train, Ironside, My Three Sons, Owen Marshall, and The Waltons. Oahu population Eighty-one per cent of Hawaii’s population live on the island of Oahu. The island has a density in excess of 1,100 persons per square mile. hurst, William Clifford Watson. Peter Alan Weinberger, Kerry Denise Weisbruch, Susan Marjorie Wells, Carolyn Gay West, Elizabeth Kay Weston, Mark Stuart Wheeler, Gary Michael White, Anne Wiener, Gerard Wiessner, Elizabeth Ann Wilce, Tommy Gert Wiklind, Angela Francine Williams, James Alfred Williams, Robert George Williams, Anne LaRue Wilson, Patricia Ann Winkenbach, Jennie Kate Witherbee, James Lytle Witherbee, Thomas Artman Witherbee, Richard Carleton Wood, Jeffrey Curtis Wooton, Donald Roberts Wootton, Susan Louise Wray, Richard Douglas Wright, Michael Alan Yale, Kent Oman Young, Robert Allen Zeffrey, Jane Louise Zimmertnan. progress-Bulletin IS PART OF THIS NEWSPAPER'S SCHOOL PROGRAM worldscope (10 points for oach question snsworod eorrsetty) 1 On the first leg of his trip to the Mid­ east, President Nixon stopped in (CHOOSE ONE: West Germany, Austria), where he was greeted by Chancellor Bruno Kreisky. 2 Secretary of State Henry Kissinger accompanied the President on his Mideast trip. True or False? 3 Before leaving on his trip, Mr. Nixon (CHOOSE ONE: agreed, refused) to turn over the tapes demanded by the House Judiciary Committee. * 4 French President Valery Giscard d’Es- HAIAMMI/1!! IVA taing fired Minister of Reform Jean- vRrSKrlVIUl C p Jacques Servan-Schreiber after the minis- ^ w aniwtr thit quootioncorrectly) ter voiced opposition to the governments ' ^ (CHOOSE ONE: nuclear bomb testing plans, ^ severe economic crisis brought down the coalition gov- trade deals with Arab nations). ernment of Italian Premier shown here. 5 Soviet authorities gave permission to emigrate to Valery and Galina Panov, who are internationally-known .. ?. • KSS. ' sportlignt c-ballet dancers (2 points tor MchquMtionanmnradeMiactl,) nBWSnCmfi I A horse named (CHOOSE ONE: little Current, Shi* Character) won the Belmont Stakes. (10 points if you can idantify this parson in the newt) ---.na-. I am a Representative 2 (CHOOSE ONE: Leo Durocher, Charles Finley) is the ■A'r&L from Arkansas who controversial owner of the Oakland A’s baseball team. heads the House Ways . anc^ Means Committee. 3 Ralph Garr and Rod Carew ar« ,, t , • who arc having I recently proposed successful seasons. (Cr j that Congress relm- a-stock car racers \h ^ 1pose wage and price b-golfers a ''// controls as an anti- c-baseball players y • inflation tool. What is _ my name’ 4 «•?.*. is the defending World Cup soccer Champion. a-Brazil b-ltaly c-West Germany malCIIWOraS 5 (CHOOSE ONE: Edward Garvey, Marvin Miller) ft (4 points tor oach correct match) executive director of the National Football League Players’ 1 reprisal a-combination of per* Association. sons or groups 2 .......coalition b-deadlock 3 impasse c-act of revenge roundtable 4.....condone d-meeting of top offf- Family dtocustlon (no •core) cials of nations What are your impressions of President Nixon’s Mideast 5 .......summit e-excuse or overlook trip? YOUR SCORE: 91 to 100 point*—TOP SCORE! 11 to90 polnte - Excellent. 71 to 90 point* - Good. G11*70 petnM— Fokr. 617-74 * VEC. Inc.. Madison, Wisconsin _______ ANSWERS ON MtVKRM VMM

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