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Arcadia Journal (Newspaper) - January 6, 1931, Arcadia, California u i' V rri ^ ? - .(* Nt M* » - ..<♦ * rV**V, /^f ' VÍ - *» •Sí, ¿ ' “Wk * K . f. r f ; "t* «V ‘r , .vsííí-, ; h ^’ iyÿi. s «f.M « Vi V ■* ' >•■ / **&>' *»• t «% «2 •» ? t: >1 & -Mj «Î I* * i * M-4 jjL* S "vV ** ***■ * •i *<vw, V * * (. » 4: £ MV, '•5* '* ’; ? V í * * i? ■ H ! A,< ., '.$'■» ■ '-;s Z- &*$ *• * V #,£> .* (V fVf-* 7 . < ,/1 .<*1 V» ¿>< »Ÿ> V ¿•$ »^v 1 • *$--» •* «Or ( -, V. *. S' H Ç "‘«S' - « diottrtml i J*! i"F izi j*i ká»I f kMH \í ( - * *v A Community Newspaper 48».# » i4 .; \ # r r <• s* 5 j * # t*&*V * ? ’ r fc r#A %r • i 4! V** * ’ *4 .£ - Circulation In Excess of 3,100 ***!< ■1 ? F ' T V i -♦ > i ,- f ’ If- V * V v’B- $ M VOL. XVII, NO. 31. ARCADIA’S CITY SCHOOL TAX RATE IN LOW RECORD ARCADIA. LOS ANGELES COUNTY. CALIFORNIA. TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1931. 5c Per Coov >-ü -: $*■ *? -Ü ÍW V A > *? y' Only Five Other Cities in Southland Have Lower ; Rate for 1931 M v ... ? * £ r. •> *M» Pi • \ IK' • C * P - K 'V ' -i 5 M -1 r. ►i" A comparison of the tax rates of the Arcadia City school district with that of other districts in the and South Pasadena are the only one of the lowest rates in the county, but this is the only district that made only an advance of one cent in its rate over last year. There were only five districts in the county which decreased their rate for 1930 under that of 1929. Long Beach, Los Angeles, Santa Monica and South aPsadena are the only cities with a lower rate. In all of these cities an increase was recorded in 1930. A. comparative tax rate list is as f ollowa t''* District. 1930 ALhambra City ............$2.20 Arcadia City ................ 2.14 Azusa City ......2.36 Covina City ............ 2.07 £1 Monte ............2.1*1 ¡fjii.j*v£v 2 40 Monrovia City ............ 2.30 Pasadena City ............ 2.19 South Pasadena ........ 2.02 Whittier City 1.99 Former Druggist Returns from Minn., For Short Vacation O. W. Seaquist, former Arcadia druggist, who returned to his old home town at Goodthjnder, Minn., a year ago and. re-purchased the drug store he sold ten years ago, wnh Mrs. Seaquist arrived here Thursday evening by motor car and will remain for the winter. f Mr. and Mrs. Seaquist left Good-thunder Sunday morning, traveling a distance of 2,600 miles to California in quick time. They came the Southern route via El Paso, Yuma and Tuscon. URGES ERECTION OF NEW HOMES TO RENT IN ARCADIA Demand Big; Supply Exhausted; New Arrivals Forced to go Elsewhere NEW ANGLE IN BARTOLD CASE 1929 $2.17 2.13 2.32 1.87 2.44 2.24 2.28 2.03 2.02 1.97 Convicted Of Keeping Boarders in Dist. Zoned for Single Families T * V . »O- 2 .V Mr a* Marie Giddings ? Dies at Home On South Sixth Ave. X» Mrs. Marie Giddings, aged 79 years, died Sunday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. A. B. Hunger-ford, 1031 South Sixth avenue. ' Mrs! Giddings was born in New i York and has lived in California : eight years. She is survived by one daughter Mrs. A. C. Hungerford; one .sister, Mrs. Hester Burdick, of Pleasant Valley, N. Y.; one granddaughter, Mrs. Florence Hunie, and ■ one great granddaughter, Helen Louise Marsh. Funeral services were held this afternoon at the Renaker Chapel in Monrovia with Dr. H, H. Hul-ten, pastor of the First Baptist ! ehudch, officiating. Interment was * in Live Oak Cemetery. Attorneys representing V. Bartold, recently convicted in the local police court of violation of Ordinance No.* 170, and amended as Ordinance No. 217, which is a zoning ordinance defining Class A zone as a single family residential district, «411 appear at the council meeting tomorrow night and ask for a clarification of the ordinance, it is said. “Is there a shortage of houses for rent in Arcadia?” This question has been the topic for some time past, and during the past week a survey has been made, with the result ascertained that one wishing to* rent a house has a hard time to find one. Arcadia today undoubtedly has a shortage of houses for rent, more so than any other city of our size in the western part of the San Gabriel Valley. New arrivals here deplore the fact that they cannot get accommodations. Real estate offices are receiving inquiries daily from parties seeking to rent homes in this city. Men and women call at this of- Questionnaire On Civic Center, and City Hall Proposals This newspaper recently inserted a questionnaire, seeking to obtain some definite information as to the attitude of the citizens with reference to the proposed new civic center, as well as the proposed sale of the city hall property at the corner of First avenue and Huntington Drive. At time of going to press today we have received several replie:', but not enough to definitely determine the general status of opinion regarding the two proposals. We are withholding a summary uiv.il additional replies have been received, which may be next week. JOURNAL COMES OUT TODAY IN A NEW APPEARANCE •-.i*- , *» • À > <! ' S A • • I •¡V 1 * «V V MULTER COMMENTS ON THE TAXATION In Futuro This Newspaper. Will Join thè Growing List of Tabloids I« r * ‘V In Interview" Former May-or Asserts Tax Question of Major Importance , . * fice frequently, inquiring if we know where they may rent homes. ' A. Js. Multer, formei ma>oi of Others come in and look over our 1 Arcadia and a director of the Los Today, with its first issue of the new year, the Arcadia Journal celebrates by appearing in a new dress. The Journal has gone tabloid. By that we mean that the Journal has joined the moderns and instead of the regulation eight-column page is now published in five-column page, eighteen inches deep. So in j expensive\new auxiliary machinery has just been installed on our big' new Duplex press, which enables us to print sixteen pages at one time. These papers will com© out of the press completely printed, folded, counted and ready for mailing. This is the only weekly newspaper in the San Gabriel Valley having a press capable of printing more than four pages at a time. This press has a capacity of 3500 completely printed sixteen page -t homes could be rented almost im-'mediately here. We know of sev- charged him with keeping boarders in a single family zone; also charged him with keeping boarders for the purpose of a “rest home,” (not; rent at fair prices. S' f Wm. A. Ferguson Dies at Private Hospital in L. A, •v. h (Special Correspondence - ) DUARTE, Jan. 6.—William Allen Ferguson, 44 years of age> formerly horticultural inspector, and resident of this section for the past 26 years, died at a private hospital in Los Angeles, Sunday. Mr. Ferguson has been in po»r health about eijht years. ■ Deceased is survived by one sis- council to amend an/i more defin a TB home as recently published), but Judge Gibbs held Bartold guilty of violation of Ordinance No. 170, and did not consider the “rest home” phase of the case. Since Bartold’s conviction several have called at the office of the police court for copies of the ordinance. Bartold claims others in that section are violating the ordinance, and if his conviction stands, he will file complaint against those whom, he says, áre also violating the ordinance by keeping others than those who actually belong to the family, and who are not dependent upon the family for support. Judge Gibbs gave Bartold a suspended sentence of ninety days in jail, with t"he understanding that within sixty days he will discontinue keeping boarders. Whether the case will be appealed is not yet known, but there is a probability that the case may go to a higher court, Atty. Bou-yard of Los Angeles represented Bartold at the recent trial here. Judge Gibbs' ruling concerning the* keeping of boarders in Class A zones, restricted to single families, has greatly disturbed many citizens of the city, it is claimed, as this practice is in vogue in numerous parts of the city where the Class A zone is in efiec t, This new angle may force the classified page hoping to find Angeles county unit of the Cali- i papers per hour, homes for rent advertised. The 'f° rn * a Tax-Payers Association, con- W’ith the change in page size, the belief is general that fifty to one 1 t ^ 18 problem of major publisher of the Journal has taken hundred new moderately priced importance in the future develop- the opportunity of changing the ment and growth of the Southland, style and makeup sufficiently to He estimates that fully -twenty- give the Journal a -distinct news-five percent of the family income paper personality. News matter goes out in taxes in some form, w jH be more sharply segregated either direct or indirect. In some an d departmentalized. Municipal communities of Southern Califor- news will be found under an ap-nia it is claimed that fully fifty propriate heading, as will society, percent of the total family income fraternal notes, sports, school, San goes into taxes, state, county, fed- | Gabriel valley news and happen-eral, school and special assessment The complaint against Bartold eral cases where people wishing to reside in Arcadia, have moved to Temple City and Monrovia where they can find good homes for A communication received at this office today, touching on this point, says^ *w A s ter, Mrs. E. D. Howard of this city. M*% Ferguson was born in Ohio, August 4, 1886. ? Funeral services will he held to-morrow morning »it the Rer»ker chapel in Monrovia with Dr. J. W. Haman, pastor of the Aiusa Pree-(kyterian church, officiating. Tue pallbearers are Joseph Fowler, Vogel Co< j r«„ C. H. Sarwine, Edward Lancaster, Earl ^nd Guy Dick•/. ¡tely define an<i . lardy the restrictions, in order that present conditions may continue; otherwise it may be regarded as manifestly unfair to Bartold. The outcome of the meeting tomorrow night is awaited with much concern, according to officials fu-miliar with the isaue, and it is not certain that the present ordinance is ample under the emergencies now arising. ‘‘We have lagged in home construction during the past years; we have few .apartments to house families who wish to rent, and it is a well known fact that one cannot get a room overnight in the city of Arcadia, and is forced to go to a neighboring city for accommodations. “There are.acres of vacant lots, very desirable for homes, and if the owners could be induced to build, it would certainly take care of the new arrivals in this city looking for homes, “Something must be done before long to take care of this shortage of homes;, a shortage that will become drastic to all concerned, if rental homes are not provided for the new-comers. Arcadia needs more than fifty homes for rental at the present time. This is not mere hear-say, but real facts. People arriving here to reside have to move to another city on account of the home shortage here.” taxation. He says: “The day must ultimately arrive ings from the neighboring communities. From the viewpoint of the ad- when th« ynnact of taxes will be- vertiser, the Journal will bo moro come so terrific that people will attractive and more valuable than wake up to the situation and per- ever before. This is true because ceive the plague which is penaliz- the same size advertisement occu- ing business, punishing the public, pies, relatively, twice as much and menacing the entire nation. space in a tabloid page as it does Preventable wastes in .govern- in an eight-column twenty-inch ment are so numerous that it wobld page. Thus a forty-inch advertise- be a big undertaking even to cat- ment on a “big” paper is only a alog them.” I quarter page, but on a tabloid be- .'•JV Fortunately, in Arcadia, taxes comes a half page. are comparatively low for the reason that competent assessors in the city fix realty and other assessed values at what they should be, A newspaper reflects the life and activities of the community in which it is circulated. If the Arca-> dia Journal at all deserves the A 1 1 1 V S * r,K Deodars On First And Huntington Dr. Are Being Removed Christmas trees placed on First avenue, Huntington Drive and Baldwin avenue during the Chirst-mas holidays are being removed this week, according to W, G. Lewis, chairman of the Rotary committee. The trees are being returned to the city’s tract near the pumping plant where they will be temporally planted and kept moist along with 3,000 other trees, it is said the trees will be planted along the new extension of Colorado through the Baldwin estate. burdens. If you own property in Arcadia, you are just simply lucky. If you don’t think so, compare your receipts with those of other -communities in this county. thereby keeping down great tax | praise it has received, it is because Arcadians themsleves have most generously helped to build it by furnishing news, ideas end advertising. The publisher of the Journal therefore wishes to thank more than three thousand Arcadians, Monr^vians, Templetowners, Du-arteans and Sierra Madrians who as subscribers have helped to make the Journal what it is, and promises with their continued assistance to make the paper in its new form better than eyer. ? • (i n £ ^ F. <> i Christian Science Lecture Here Jan. 25 lt.» Dr* Hendrix Jan de Lange, C.S., h of the Hague, Holland, a member of -the board of lectureship of The Mother Church, The First Church of Christ, Scientist, Boston, Mkss., is scheduled to deliver a lecture on Christian Science at the local hi-jh school auditorium Sunday after-lioon , January 25, at three o'clock. DOHS TH» JOURNAL HAVE A BIG CIRCL I ATION? JUST LOOK AT THIS During tiie December quarter there was n.diled at the poet office in Arcadia 6664 pounds of the Arcadia Journal; 2171 pounds of the Arcad ; a News; and 2065 pounds of the’ Retired Men’* News (National circulation), .. ■*' • a. * * -a r \ * NEWSPAPER PUBLISHER COMPLIMENTS JOURNAL FOR FINE “EQUIPMENT Charles A. Whitmore, of the Visalia T’mes-Delta, called at the Journal office Saturday, and made a thorough inspection of the plant, declaring tluu the equipment ar,d general layout cf the machinery» etc., 1:4 th<i best he has seen in California for a weekly .nvvspafwr.. Thanks, Mr. ‘Whitmore. \ ’ Weed—Heavy -coat of gravel for highway here, by directors of Highway District- No. 11. . * »H * «. i V i n t 1 £ • • t •i > $ ! 4 1 Vi . i* *T> t J ' i* r *0‘ ' » «V ■ * Jjf * a : • >> I* W ■*+ £ • ¿í /r * ', • *?, “a t *> ;•> •"> " " * if J fr* t *~¡ft * •Cf’ ? i 'J T . ‘fi- :v- ; ? t* i* i . .t. .wo. . iV* «‘V* iti ” X. Ä % V . fi* -rt.'vaÿ» fîJ v f s -o. J . w„ %
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