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   Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 3, 1964, Arcadia, California                               HILLCREST 6-0111 I0e t copy. 50e month. )6 D.livered Twico W.okly 909 S. Santo Anita Zip Nt. iiooi Twenty AN INTER-CITY NEWSPAPER 2 Sections ARCADIA. CALIFORNIA, SUNDAY. MAY 3. 1944 PERSPECTIVE FJT pulling In make the pullee howl rrally li only a slight variation on the ear-bending practiced by politicoes that produce] similar reiulti dorn the opposition. Vol. XXXVIII. No. 32 Council On GOES TO COUNCIL TUCSDAY Renewal Held 'Underhanded'! May By A. J. Goebel for ASSEMBLYMAN HOUSTON FLOURNOY (CENTER) AT MEETING HERE THURSDAY vrflcomcd by Santo Anito Republican Aiiemblf Officers Herb Meier, Corl Thompion, Jerry Morugg and Roger Withrow. Tribune photo I Attorney August J. (ioebel, chief opponent of the proposed creation of a Town Ccmer to the exclusion overtime on the week-end the city administration is preparing to to City of manufacturing interests norlh'( a Ml" dose lo "llinK for the operation of ,he municipal of Sinta (lara Street has accused 1M4-65. Continuation of 'he per assessed valuation tax rate is expected City an underhanded recommended. act' in renewing Ihe central area 7hf. budget will call building (Current fiscal years spending of 'slightly more than in May. Council is expected Charging that the city W3S ,.ridav ,ha, publish study benefit a few'' central'varjou, apcncjr, area business interests by hcd lung the Town Center in Ry BILL De ML7II the city administ (ailing feir JJ.Wfl.O he J1.10 per assessed valuation tax rate for an increase in funds of about 5'3 percent over the FLOURNOY ON STATE Miiiion Tax Boost Seen "'Living bevemd our means' fornia's surplus from 5KH) nulli'in farr a million tax incica- Stale spending this will cut Cali- to JS million. And as a result, we in the next session unless the (iovernor anil the- Demeicrats are ready to trim inflale-d expenditures." The flal dee lar.-itiein of a new, i (hat Lnruh s original etlu- jump in taxes came brought day night here from Houston Hournoy (R.. nth Dis- here, apparently was submitted in a talk at Methodist llos- as hy fnruh. pital auditorium. new bdl (A.ll. now Hournoy. viving and personable.m Senate Hnanee Committee associate professor of covernmcnlihearings, has been modified so al Pomona College'and Chin munHh.it School Dislncl unification is Graduate School, is sicking hi-, urged, bill neil mandatory by third term in ihc Stale I e gislature. as originally proposed, and il deies City Nefs On Thoroughbred 7horougjibrrd racing fans failed to show up during the Santa Anita meeting in numbers lo a vear aco and as a re.suit il uisl the city J'OIS.H.i. Attendance' at the stand of Ihe ihoroughbreels was off three percent from the: pre-cetiing, season. And not only did Ihe city treasury fail to as much from its admission taxes this year as last, but the cost of directing traffic reached a new high. Police expenses reached though the track was dark for a week while ushers, ticket takers, muiuel ilcrks and janilors were on strike. The slight lag in attendance was blamed on the strike but whatever caused the drop the cily finished with J27fi.7S7.Sfl, slill Ihe second highest return from the flat racing season. But the net result will be the third lowest return since TKiG. And while Ihe thoroughbred gate income lo the city was down. Ihe harness racing season for the. first half of the 20day- stand was and when all returns arc in Ihey are certain to show a hefty increase in crowds for Ihe bike boys. The cily has received [triangle ixiundc'd by Santa Santa Fe tracks and Hunting- ,.me lion Drive, (ioebel said in a Iv.o- Ip.ege letter lo City Council that dam jagecl. He to take the 1 rsue to court. idling lax of S112.IW (ioO. Since this under a Jl.Ifl sions to cons.eler the budget. ralp ,n If ihc se.lon, approve a in 'he ei'v will hjve 'o spending of about SI50.00Q the in- in the ci.v's history. Mmllar to lhat iAn administration review, how- June' his pared ih- rf-o.u-su hv However is certain to hQ duce id upon the economy to prey- greater sales lax revenues above the figure of likely to be received for ihc current fis- cal Heiurnoy jxiked fun al (JovernoiJ Brown's e l.iim lhat the Repuhli cans are blocking the currt'i budg et in the unending special se.ssior with a "silent filibuster." "We've (th'' Republicans) ha taken the pnMti cssions on lhe new spending create a need for more money. Schools Burlis II Taylor will rc-jpackagc. port on enrollment as of a vvccki Taylor is expected lo report on pleiyees plus the prospects of a' new teaching positions School Board al-o is face GOP Voter Edge in Ciiy Is Trimmed ccomplishcd." "Ihis entire action can be s. with I'nruli and Drown leael- Other winners among. Ihe firsl'ior high studenls were assigned: I raced to ene fact alone: lrc livelihood of lhe smallest ing lhe 'pin sides. ,lhree finalists in each of I'Ycedoin Means To is considering a plan in assessed valuation since Wnh Repuhliians (urremly level categories were Dcb-jwhile high school students ln-nefit of a few (central area lne district was umlied almost 15 classroom peipula-graduation c.xcrcUes enlv :S scats Ml m Ihe As. bie Hgglestone. Sth grade. iheir essays on years ago. Ihe preliminary budget js month. ;Minhlv. Hournoy expressed hope Reid. Tom Mellon, fiih grade. An Our l-'irsi Duty." I (Cnnlinurd em 1'ape the Deiiinc r.llic >ti'it will :il o, r.uic love Ht-rnibhcans to gain sulficie-nt; 1 to pro'titlc- alfiniidluc aciioo in lhe I egrlatuic. Arcadia Youth n Hi Critically Hurt In Switzerland Arejieiia Repuhluan registration margn over that of the crais h.e. n trimmed nnd lem pic1 h.i> 'et a neu high in lhe pumlier of voiers. Templi' nv will have a recoiel nunilier it re nts v. Ivi may goi lo Ihe polls in the .lime primary.! C.unn. 21. of Arcadia, hut Arcadia will have 2.UOO less was crilically injured Wednesdav qualified voters than in Ihe in a hotel fire in Xug. presicie-nlial e lee tion. meilher has hern ndvised by Ceiunlv Registrar lien Ilile American consulate, nounee'il I iid.iv lint Temple City. Ihe grailuate of Arcadia will hive l-t -M. an increase ol High School had been working in altno.t I.IIIKI over Ihe number hotel, not far from To could have i.et b.illots in its re-'e-seape' Ihmes (itinn had lo jump. ce'nt in.'iiii il election. 'fio.ii .1 thrill floor window. He; Aie-.id'in1- h.r. e -i'.o'.vn ;rr'-.n.'i suffererl a Oia'leied right itiiiii'-t .'i voMm i'l the ,a fractured hip, fi.utiucd li.il prefiTi nti d diction nc.xt, sp'eeti and shoe k. I ineinh ihm li.ev did in the eitvj Son eif Mr. and Mrs. Arnold T. re.iinnl race. Hue (limn of 111 W. M.igna Vista, the have all inents for vc'ith Ihe hotel job to help excrct-ing Iheir voting, franchise.Idi'fray his expenses on his lour a pain ef sj.ghilv mure than luirope which began in March. hiel for the c'ityi Mrs. (lunn said she lalke-d to rlrrtion. lh" nur'e at Ihe hospital where' Menrovii will have linrfi volcrs'hcr son underwent surgery 1hurs-: fnr 'he primary, about the same day and was advised lhat he number as fer us mu rot be moved for at least sixl nieipal balloting. Madre She plans to leave 5 fi.12 voters. shortly lo IK- with As usual Arcadia's registration.him. is predominantly Republican, hutj The (iusthof-l.oewen lions Inn the (inc-timo .1 to 1 m.irgm h.isjwas the scene of a midnight the district was unitied almost 15 years ago. The preliminary budget be' based em of a of about percent greater than preiperty ago when il had reached 9.772. .the proposed administrative study This is a jump of 214 over Ihc suggested bv consultants. a vear fiv m..vi, He will al-o present plans for be held Arboretum Art Show Attracts Viewers AT CHANTRY FLATS, FIRST HAND INFORMATION ON FORESTRY FRACTICF.S tram lelt. Arcodiont Stotl Nofth, Lcgionnoirci Glen Rfithtnboch ond John Hewgrd. Ed Sharp, Bob Dotr and Tribunt photo THREE DAY TOUR Seniors Study Forestry Fifty high school seniors fromjhouse facilities at 70 Arcadia High School Art Club show at the Arboretum last Sun-. [day allracted S.OOn viewers. Ninety: local and 250 student artists dis- played their work for competilive awards in various categories. Sponsored hy the Arcadia Lions I Club and the Arboretum, the en- show was arranged hy Karl An'elers. Arcad'.i High Se hool art 'teacher. Student members il-e Art flub as.isiecl n lhe prepara- tions, t i .leelges for show were- I'liMcn coortlin.ttor eit art al ietndary sih'HiK. Pasadena, and ;N'trman Schmidt, supervisee of I art. secondary schools, Pasaelen.i U'mners in Iho different ca'e-t I gnrics were. Amateur: Oil Straus.' first: liurger. 'IClsie Marshall, third. Walcr color: Petcrsen. first: 1C. Rondel, "ccond: Janet Macking. third. Wilson, first: K.l ilicindcll. second; Kjthy Dunham.' jihird. Prints and N. Santonins and reforestation are to first- Pclersen. sec- additi ihe are learning forestry and try H.Vs nnd Sint.i Ar.ita Canynn with the youths returning here at) Stucicr.t: cnnservatinn first-hand this week- lend. Planners To Meet Monday Ih" pi rents (omul in, r tn h llge if l.mn.ng A.i.nli.i Jl.ih been reduced with 7.2.1S Demo-which killed one person and high schcvils in Ihe San Gabriel Anita. Ihe group traveled lo Chan- covered at Randidn Campground inni1' Ray Hanson, third. retried here by Hue joreel olh J I ii-am-t 17 Republicans. An-'Arudian. nth'-r arr in lhe ,1.1-s or d'elmed lo sta'e I m.-rr-i n (nv. 7.1> to I'XWIT Re cc.lar Ji: Water view- control and flundU-.V) p.m.. lod.iy. [Sharp, first: (i.iry vcntien project-.. i Cixiperaling in lhe program are onel. Allen Mcpd. lliird. Ink draw-' I lhe Service. Ihe Biles, first; ,lan Wil- ire proup c.f 17 l'yc.ir-olds from there lvv  lorr.t Smcr (en 'Un-sion Vrrr I nri.v, after Ir.jnn; H.'pitch eer.icr dnd fi.e nter. Pro- p.irtmenls nnd the Society of I.e.- Hob liall.iid fir-l, Anienean I Mirk II.ill'it. -ecpod. lee North I In "ntercm e are rt th'iit I Pc'c Aircfan I evu.n. i'nv I''-'. K.r, I'l-ailr-na. and Ralph-S.ihrv t.r't; Ri, h Ilild Wagr.ci. (crjnty 11 :c-'r> >ccind. .larkc S'srd.iy pf rferca'iin 'pjrime-it. rd. I PUBLISHER'S CORNER When Senator Goldwater slatecJ last week that Governor Rockefeller might give his convention votes to Ambassador Lodge if ond when he sees he cannot win himself, the Senator was expressing an opinion that seems to us to be one of the Governor's strong points, and we thank the Senator for making a point we have been emphasizing for some time. The fine record of vote getting shown in pri- maries this year by the former vice presidential can- didate serves to underline in no uncertain terms the dislike of most Republican voters for the extreme views espoused by the Senator. The fact that many old-line Republican politicians are supporting Gold- water simply proves once more that the profession- als are usually the last ones to sense grass roots thinking. The statement by the? Senator serves further to highlight the obvious, fact that nil of the Repub- lican presidential prospects with the evceptirn of Goleiwater nre near cnouqh to each other m thrir philoi-phy tj be able- tn cb'c ranks c'tc' pn- mnry without effort end indicates rnce ogam that a vote for Rockefeller m the California Primary is a vote that will hplp tn keep Republican leadership in the hands of men vvhn believe in traditional Re- publican philosophy. This is further underlined vst-rn crrt mcmbcrs ihnt twa rf the leading ccrdidnfc', t.'dsy are Richard Nixon and Henry Cabot Lndrjr, wh-i rnn as a team in 1960 on a platform w'w.e chiri archi- tect was Governor Rockefeller A platform that was approved overwhelmingly by the Republican con- vention of that year and one which the1 Senator has opposed at every turn. One sometimes wonders if he is a Republican. What the Senator really soiel is (hot o high de- gree of unanimity actually does exist m the philoso- phy of al! of the Republican candidates except him- self, reminding again of the cace r-f Vrs J rookie son whrn slie ronvvrntrel t'n1 evetviioeiv is rut of stcn h.it Johnnv We ar-d tjrlirvr1 p-rjpi i publicein v 'trrs ere src'ni'j ttu 'tus r.r'd ,-in will ti) t! c, ri t' vsherr ov o-i ir r.-rl- Irnrr, he d n ve'y gncd irvl-C'f   

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