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San Marino Tribune Newspaper Archive: May 31, 1929 - Page 1

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   San Marino Tribune (Newspaper) - May 31, 1929, San Marino, California                                 ' Î; «' ."«-^'«-iir  ge 1) and 15  ately   3r  impn  ie  telepj)  Mr. >ffice litional ■  rdial in ^hambr na in  THE SAN  A Weekly Newspaper Devoted to the Interests and Progress of the City of San Marino  5 c Copy  SAN MARINO, CALIFORNIA, MAY 31, 1929  5f Copy  NO. 12  Request   e d Sign on  Colino Ave.  b  Municipal Affairs Committee |$jfl Marino City Club passed  ¡bd at their last meeting to council to have posted on , avenue notices prohibiting I'more than twenty miles per  ^solution was brought about Emendation of E. Vernal ^ weeks ago. He stated  t  incessant speeding was be-i menace to pedestrians and 4the club to take some action. $ referred the matter to its ¡jj affairs committee with the results.  i  utington Exemption on Ballot  as will be called upon in the ktion in 1920 to declare their I as to whether the Hunting-fe library and Gardens and the Kupon which the institution |M be free of all taxation in ire, it is revealed here.  exemption will include only liate 207 acres of the Hunt-estate which was deeded by of drtistftMr. Huntington to the people . I state of California in perpetu-ide choi®^  voters SQ rat jfy the bills  of yotl^ state legislature.  Huntington estate observed the I anniversary of Mr. Hunting-Mi last Thursday when a flag pn at half mast on this oc-  El Molino Play to Open Friday  Large Attendance is Expected to be Present at Huntington Hotel Stars Are in Cast  d come   ÎOc  «Î0NAL PHONE of Fren|R\lCE GRANTED  P ric * ¡LOCAL RESIDENTS  show beai  $1.25 $2.25  uty. $1.2)  ■'$1.50  Jieerf 1  pared prompt]  ar or here  Marino residents will in the able to decide which tèle-Flange they wish to be con-l^tb, according to a recent [«the State Railroad Commis-  - to this ruling residents south ^acks have been connected f Alhambra exchange, and a ^ existed under the company  ^ Alk  Were rec l uirec *  to  ' Alhambra telephone if they  2 ^e advantage of the for-  ^ge lines also from Pasa-  r^ Mr. Reed, manager of the  ^ «change.   :  ^ ruling of the Rail- {  residents may have ^change service within one the present exchange  1  ^bough the service from  ;  ^ cost more.  According to a recent report the new school building which will house the smaller grades of children is to be started early this fall on the site which | was recently acquired from Mrs. Strasbury, west of Granada avenue.  The report sets out that the building will be composed of a kindergarten and the first four grades and it is expected that about one hundred pupils will be in attendance the first year.  A bond issue will soon be placed before the voters for the project. No statement as to the amount of the bond issue has been made, neither has the date of the polling on the measure been fixed.  SCHOOL WILL  KEEP LIBRARY  »• tl0n t0  receive applications  tt at  an early date, it is  n  The City Council at its last session suggested that the school board com- als are ex pected to  mun i ca te with the County Librarian  its views on the retaining of the local branch of the County Free Library in the school building.  B. F. Mansfield explained to the council that the school board would be able to allocate a larger room next year for the purposes of a library branch. This, he said, would possibly be the present opportunity room.   anot hre , s point of view -iL } willingly his right to Pteaaes is to exemplify that  ^Wity"  greatest   City Clerk  öes A  Friday evening at 8 o'clock at the Huntington Hotel, the play "El Mo-lino" will be enacted by members of the Pasadena Historical Society and Boy Scouts of Troop No. 1 of San Marino.  All residents are cordially invited to attend this presentation of the dramatization of the early days surrounding the famous old mill of this city. Last, year the play which was enacted by the boys alone, received considerable support and favorable comment, this year it will be played with the assistance of the Community Playhouse players in the adult casts.! It is expected that it will become an annual affair.  The auditorium of the hotel will be the setting for Friday night's opening and a large gathering of residents of this city is expected to attend. The Pasadena Historical Society will also make additions to the program.  The cast of the play includes the following:  Rose Lucia Malin as Victoria Reid; Jack Ivey as Corporal Manual Perez; Scoutmaster Clyde Hurley as Padre Jose Maria Zalvidea; John Hart as Joseph Chapman, "El Diablo Gringo"; Austin Hurley as Claudio Lopez, major domo: Mary Hunsaker as Guadalupe Ortega; Giles Hart as All-man, the miller; Richard Loring as Don Manuel Garfias; Charles Matthews as Pedro Dominguez, rancher; Ralph Loring as Hugo Reid; Mrs. Dan M. Hunsaker as Duenna; Harry Teeple as Hurugna, Indian; John McDonald as Sumpsit, Indian; David Bodine as Caragna, Indian; and Jas. Hurley as the Ghost. Other minor parts are also taken by the boys.  WILL ASK VOTE ON SCHOOL BONDS SOON  Harvey W. Joyce  Harvey W., Joyce, the well known and highly esteemed city clerk of this city, was in poor health for the past six weeks, recently underwent a serious operation and is now gradually recuperating in a Hollywood Sanitarium it is stated at the city hall here.  Some six weeks ago the city council allowed Mr. Joyce thirty days leave of absence in the hope that he would regain his health, and extended the same leave when it was found that the clerk was not getting any better. Two weeks ago his condition became the cause for alarm, and he was sent to Hollywood for an operation.  His many friends in the city are glad to hear that he is on the road to recovery.  Gty Permit Reservoir Construction  The San Gabriel Water District were given permission to build a reservoir east of the Rubio wash, south of Mirasol drive on Duarte road at last week's meeting o fthe council.  A city inspector with knowledge of the work will be appointed for supervision by E. L. May berry, water engineer and city consultant who recommended ten changes in the plans submitted.  The reservoir will be 165 feet by 165 feet with a fill at the south end.  Welfare Board  to  The San Marino Welfare Board ordered last week at their meeting an expenditure of $100 for welfare work in the local grammar school as well as several other welfare appropriations.  James H. Jones of Monterey road was elected to the council. He is chairman of the welfare committee of the Sail Marino City Club, and was present at the meeting.  E. P. Cheverton, the treasurer of the board, said that the discussion of the question of the policy of the board to outside funds be held over until the next meeting.  Overrule Motion  to Oust Rose Float Entry Here  According to a ruling that was made at the last meeting of the City Club, the Board of Directors of the club must make known their findings or recommendations on the matter of an entry of a float for the City of San Marino in the Tournament of Roses parade next year.  Upon a recommendation being made by the directors, the club will then take a vote on the matter it was resolved last Tuesday week, in tabling a motion on the application of Mr. Flemming of St. Albans road and Charles Lee Evans, who were of the opinion that the entrance of a float by this city was an absolute necessity and a matter of public policy.  The float situation will again be brought up at the next meeting of the club, June 18th, when it is expected that all matters will be disposed of before the vacation period.  is  in  Three outstanding social events, a joint luncheon for members and their wives, a water carnival and the annual banquet and ball marked the close of the three-day convention of the California Affiliated Exchange Clubs Saturday at Hotel Huntington.  In keeping with the organization's interest in furthering aviation and its resolution , endorsing the National Women's Air Derby being sponsored by the Santa Monica Bay District Club, the biggest thrill of the afternoon was the stunt flying by Mrs. Florence Lowe Barnes of Wilson avenue, San Marino, one of the entrants in the air classic.  An .experienced aviatrix, Mrs. Barnes flew her own Travel-air speed winged J-5 plane with its racing wing enabling her to make remarkable speed during her air maneuvers. She sweeped over the crowd gathered, about the swimming pool time after time, prior to the opening of the water carnival and later in the afternoon returned afoot as a special guest, accompanied by Mrs. Sarah Warren-der of Los Angeles, another feminine flyer who is to take part in the National Women's Air Derby.  Notable Old Lady Dies  The death was announced last week , from Selma, California, of Miss Loui-! sa E. Vance, aunt of Ira L. Vance of 1819 El Molino avenue.  Miss Vance was 99 years old and served with the Union Army during the Civil War as a nurse. She then followed the occupation of teacher for a period of sixty years.  Miss Vance came to California in 1870 for her health from Ohio, where she was born in 1829, she was engaged in the state as a teacher for many years.  During the Civil War she had the privilege of meeting Lincoln, Grant and Sherman.  r  San Marino City Club indoor baseball team composed of members of the City Club and residents, met Highland Park Civic Club in a match in the grammar school grounds last Sat-Lurday. The score in favor of San Marino was 8 to 4.  The San Marino team was picked from the following members: J. I. Sullivan of Conniston place, captain; R. W. Meatheringham, Ben Whit-more, L. Gibbs, Ward Sanford, W. D. Seay, F. J. Haines, Don Oster, Claude Gaffney, Norman Huff, C. E. Hame, "Beil S. Parker, E. V. Clark, Elmer Neher, Ron Stever, N. D. Huntoon and J. Piatt Brush.  P. T. A. TO INSALL OFFICERS TUESDAY  The last meeting of the local P. T. A. at which time the installation of officers for the ensuing year will be made will take place at the school auditorium on Tuesday, May 4, at 2:30, according to word received from Mrs. Guedemann, chairman of the publicity committee.  Mrs. H. C. Baldwin, president of the first district council of the P. T. A. will conduct the ceremony of installation. G. Denwood Baker, the principal of the South Pasadena High School will give a talk to the graduating class of the local school who are cited to be present at this meeting.  The Boy Harmonica Band and the Girls' Whistling chorus are to provide the entertainment features of the program. Refreshments will be served as usual but will include ice cream and cake on this occasion. AH'mem-bers and residents are invited to attend.  FREE LIBRARY HAS HUNTINGTON NOTICE  County Branches Hear of San Marino Visits  Posted in the Altadena branches of the County Free Library are notices that the Henry E. Huntington Library and Art Gallery, at San Marino, is open to the public by ticket from.'1:30 to 4:30 p. m. Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays, and also for the present on the first and third Sundays and the second and fourth Saturdays of each month.  Applications for tickets will be filled in order of receipt, but not more than five admission cards will be issued to any one application, and children under ten years of age will not be admitted. For the present admission will be limited to 300 for each day.  Everyone seems to himslef to stand at the exact center of the universe. In the nature of things he can never see the world from the identical angle of his neighbor.  i, 4  é '  ,U Ki  % 1 t -h  N-. iati Mi  Ï ItlPfi  ; r r ijl  \i  1H  li;* j r  j; , I  i >U I,«"  !  r  Pi :  i' i * t.  ■ ill! ■ ig 1 '-?-; 1   I  li  I* ?! !  4s;  ipi  i  fei  III':;  It ' !i  n   

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