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Covina Argus Citizen (Newspaper) - April 19, 1946, Covina, California City Bib rary H Second at Covina The Week In Review WorldWide Break A break with Spain was demanded by France and Polish gate Lange Urged the Security Council approve a resolution cal ling for ah immediate severance by all United Nations of diplomatic relations with In Backing French Delegate Bon revealed his country had pro posed to the and Britain that certain other actions also be ta ken against He did not give any N Rumania Reparations Russia has extended to eight years from six the time allowed Rumania to complete her payment of repara tions to the Soviet Moscow Under an armistice of September Rumania was to pay a total of Reds Win Airfields Chinese Reds have won all three airfields in their fight for capi The battle for the capitol Changchun saw communists forces attacking a small Nationalist gar rison from the northwest and Loss of all their airfields cut the government forces off fro any hope of early reinforcement or Year Fourteen Pages April 1946 Section One lOc per copy lap Election Japanese busi dominated the 464 newly elected which included 82 company di 15 39 busi of other 80 doctors and 52 lawyers and 49 Only six were listed as politicians and 21 as public Hoover in Viena Herbert surveying European food needs for President ar rived at Vienna from Berlin and was met by Mark commanding forces in Aus Final Rites for Marion Coltrin Held Tuesday The death of Marion Chester Col trin Saturday was a blow to the many folks in Covina who had known him as a friend since he came here 46 years He will be remembered as one of the early developers of the citrus industry and as a man whose home was al ways open to the youth of the whom he loved almost as much as his own two Born in Compton in 1881 he was 64 years of age on October He grew up in Compton and graduated from the schools of that later moving to Orange from whence he came to Covina in He was married to Elsie Spencer in 1901 and two Gilbert Col trin of Claremont and Marion J of survive this The deep sympathy of the com munity went out this Week to these two sons and to his second the former Bessie whom he married in Two Charles of 133 East Rowland avenue and Ray of Huntington also survive him as well as four Bet ty and Barbara of Claremont and Sally and Bobby K During the years from 1902 until Coltrin was engaged in the citrus serving for part of this time as manager of the Ir Citrus He re tired from active ranching last moving from his ranch at West Puente street to the present family home at 138 North First street From 1918 until 1930 he was engaged in the oil City Park to Be Scene of Indians Freedom Indian inde proposals of three Brit ish cabinet members now in New Delhi are expected to be made this week to the various Indian par Domestic his work taking him to South America and He was a member of the Chris tian For more than 43 he had been an active mem Lions Sponsor Pre War Fourth to Buy Night Lights Firecrackers will litter the devil dogs will make the sidewalks hot wheels of chance will whirr and Bingo fans shout in Co vina city park this Fourth of July as the citys traditional dence day celebration is five years of war imposed cur Assurance of a good old fashioned Fourth was promised with the announcement Monday that the Lions club of Covina will once more sponsor the Money from concessions will go toward instal ling a lighting system at the Co vina union high school athletic fieli in order that night sporting events be held costs of lights and wi be It is hoped to realize thi from the Fourth Oscar Yaeger and James Hodges are chairmen of the committee charge of arrangements for the day Assisting them will be members of the major activities The celebration will feature food and game concessions and display Other fea tures such as the vaudeville show and athletic contest are still in a tentative Established more than 20 years GLENN WHITE Seeks High School Trustee Port ber of Masonic Graveside services by fellow mem bers of brotherhood hint to his final resting ago Covina Fourth of July celebrations have in previous years Five One Second by Colts at Excelsior Covina trackmen again brought home some substantial firsts follow ing the Excelsior Belays of April 11 in addition to which they topped two school Five firsts and one second were won by a small squad of Colt competing against much larger aggregations from the other schools Keith Drum broke the record held by Max Glassco with a heave of 50 feet and 11 in Since relay men could not enter both running and field Jess whose mark is 20 feet 10 was ruled out of the broad His place was taken by Willie Laughman who came through with a first of 19 feet i With the same four men entered in three one man in four Glenn Joins School Trustee 25 Percent Tax Raise Will Also Be on Ballot With the filing of Glenn White as candidate for the Covina union high school board of two men are now opposing incumbent candidate James who joins William Yea ger in the has been a resident of Covina for the past 22 He has been active in community and was an employee of the Co vina post office for 16 He is now engaged in raising oranges and avocados and in bee culture at his home at 340 West He drawn people from all over events men in two events The impressive fire1 the Covina relay team came through in 4he evening is one three firsts and a second nil Rowland Besides being a valuable member of the Brethren he is a member of the Lions club and the Covina He attended quiting before his graduation to go to He and White have two Joan in high school and Jerry in Grammar Filing for candidates for the May 17th election officially closed Wed Notice was also given to qualified electors of the Covina union high school district that the question of raising taxes the high school district will be voted upon at the election on May Whether to increase the maximum tax rate for school purposes from the existing 75 cents to a dollar will be the mat ter at Said raise would go toward general maintenance and capital outlay and emer gency salary adjustments for the next four Easter Service in City Park The old in the Covina city park will into its own Sunday morning when citizens of Covina will gather before it as the first rays of the sun color the sky to honor the Resurrection of The churches of Covina will combine for this traditional according to an announcement by Robert president of Covina Ministerial Ordinarily held at Lark Ellen this change in place of meeting is made necessary because of the remodeling of the bowl by Madame Ellen Beach who has so generously made this lovely setting possible in Seating arrangements at the park are being cared for by members of the Covina Mens Interchurch brotherhood in co operation with Hi Kemp arid Harry The Girl under the direction of Howard will and Boy Scouts will serve as A public address system is being installed thru the courtesy of Harvey The local American Legion will furnish a piano and It is hoped that all members of the community will avail themselves of this opportunity to attend this inspiring Easter service in our own The service has been held in our com munity for the past several and has always drawn an appreciative and responsive The program follows Herald the Howard Congregational Him With Many Crowns Paul Brethren church Hymn Scripture Harvey Methodist churcK Special Brubaker He Is Not Hugh Noble Occidental the Lord is Risen Today Paul Presbyterian church Worship services will begin promptly at 6 Vet Housing 1 Trailers May Arrive Today Preliminary Work on City Project Shaping Up First trailers for veteran emer gency was to arrive today at the parking site on the city owned which is rapidly being read ied for Rest rooms have been moved up in sections from San Die go and within the next week will be placed on foundations now in the process of Much work still remains to be done on the Trailers will have to be connected with water and When this is completed and all trailers are a government crew will move in to completely renovate the portable housing This will include re renovating of and thorough Any veteran interested in occupy ing one of the units is asked to contact the Covina city water bfr Todays caravan of trailers was to be brought from Officers for Little Theatre Group Proposed Reviewed City Officers Remain in Same Capacity Following last weeks members of City council meeting at the city night at which the re bers were 3 ing to justify any either in or until the start of the second quarter of The big unknown supply how much Europe for Christiansen Hocker sang a favorite E Bearing him to rest at were Sidney Meetings to Buss Bob and Joe man 440 was made up Bus Mo vies at USES to States Service returned to State adm next January 1 under a tentatively approved by the Sea ate Labor Murray said the date was a com between Republicans who Stinted agency turned back and Democrats who delay transfer a Lonon Lemonade now fa prospect for hot days of August and Septem ber by about 50 of lemons due for harvest in those months dropped from the Some in dividual report losses as of lemons from wJU ease the Way Peace President called on the 21 nations of Western Hemisphere to wipe out the danger of war by ting economic llis ing the United He spoke before the governing board of the Pan American Union up of diplomatic representatives of all the American Ask Freight companies 25 increase to Kt is not te the nre war rates and post war costs result m an enormous deficit for The estimated pay in creases will add million to their wage ibis rise in costs the war at 355 million The also requested that the Jp n passenger fares awarded hi 1942 for the wars duration and six thereafter permanent New colored air handle the ciple to toy with added Alka or mixture of vinegar bonate of Iso Jote Company Setts 104 Acres at La Verne Clarence secretary of the Covina Irrigating an last week that 104 acres adjoining La owned nr the company for the last 40 yearn had been sold to Allen Los Angeles developed residential chairman of the charge of the Business Planning Institute which starts Monday May this week ap pointed a group of business assist in securing tendance for the Ti pub captains Harold ey Lowell Woodrow of meetings to be held five Monday nights winning time of 4 The set f report of the nor of Report Coulter and BUI president v eth another In the 4 man same four men came f Jen and Bud Shaver in the 4man mile second of troop number number BoyM financial were presented awards at I business manager Howard Hawkins ing leads and Acting tool Sos Old the regular Court of Awards as held at the school Murphy made Three Vete Bi HeraM Mon ay aw 3eha directing anH Receiving at Alberta the door Tuesday The irrigation well and chamber land were tt Hunt several years the wh south of the Pacific Electric east of Field and of to die Los Angeles County j has leased by Blickenstaff for As the hay crop harvested school music room is ht to Covina by the the the high school adult and the state of the meetings i sales personnel owners in lings and methods of noted discharged the Azusa Herald on the 1st of They are Jo announced construction of 400 was to be started in the sum The Smith Real in La also negotiates the It is j that WiU be La V Is throughout engaged is invited to Charles Carl all AH three have c writing Jol at Pomona and zines Charles lance for a zine and on the Los Sports The latter Pomona Colle in the service pul for the Men awards in by John Camp bell Sd Hal Oscar Jack Martin and Kenneth ran class publicity w ship chairman Roy Hodges doing splendid duction manager Ceba e acting workshop chairman supervising After the Business was taken care of program chair When Was Old and Sos Your Old Antique which traop attendance Sarah McGuire at Daughters Hoi died 227 Third wl had since 1 Besides her daughter to TheH goes to Gaye as Myrna with i was driveway vina the services at cha el of at Custer and yras at dak Anna community of the Pomona wings Bom he who a mouth ateo year and in fe troop were previewed Tted Theatre goers Tuesday evening ag the play entered in tournament s for plays with Players as Fifteen or more of the salute to tit Perkins pronouncing The achievement awards i went to it Wash Becber unson and Djx on street inspector Thomas Fo Thomas Votes were Clarence were Doris Kerckhoff and adjourned George 0ecora the clubhouse was taken by Bess were in the back of the over by I Hazel Kathleen l Clyde Kay at Death jGeorge Sender and Hazel 4 Hoover Champs Golts i ago where he time of his on pictures ware of fee Licked in the last game of the quarterfinals by the team that the Covina made in tiie Annual 30 baseball tournament at Po of Awards is would have made an even had she had one to and Drum F pitching 3ed Oak only if ing bruised She her knees be to to mr years winner El 4 Hoover emerged SLJ Fresno wither yina wa season is Leander Be I meeting of be fine wann Randall Diriner wlf accompanied by bank he Wi Verne Joli States YV Mens t of l the Up until Tuesday mornings game the Con that hard to beat with Burbank in t Corning and a 9 over powerful Cathedral high in A wift team of too mu will be buried Monte in afternoon carried I tion and teem due the winners and worlds greatest high school base tball J The Colts will meet here Wednesday makeup game for one Drained April will play Mark Kei Lhome m Good Here iar of Trinity wi will be will m Stella t lend Itp The age hw on for atEll ft 4
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