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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - April 3, 1947, Arcadia, California School Bond election registration closes april 6 assure the future of adequate school standards two sections sixteen pages and Arcadia new Arcadia California the Usi a april 3 1947 Sanita Sage governor it May foe a Little Early to Tell but it appears that we have a real Man in the governors Post at Sacra men of. His fight for the Highway Bill against the powerful Oil lobby is attracting a lot of favourable comment. At last it appears someone is really fighting a powerful a a bloc a the Oil interests and it is developing into a rough and Tumble fight with Oil companies raising prices and the governor calling names. Of course it is an old political i Dodge to make a couple of fast passes at the lobby boys and then sit Back and let nature run its course and politicians run the state. Maybe that a what a going on up in Sacramento now but it done to look like it looks like this is the real Mccoy and if it is governor Warren is gaining in stature n.u1___ i it a my granted for 5 new Homes Here March values pass half million Mark vol. Xxx no. I ninety eight mils Worth granted Here month of March in it lain por Woro during the it Rin Jinjr the armory the planning commission and the City Council cleared the Way tuesday night for tile temporary Home of the Arcadia unit of the National guard by granting a temporary variance for the Barracks buildings so that Arcadia guard unit can have a Home. Now the City Council Best get on the Ball As far As the permanent armory civic Center project is concerned. The citizens committee has acted. The planning Board is going along and now the City Council better hurry up and buy Hie civic Center site and be in a position to get one of the $400,000 armory buildings allotted Here. Alhambra and Pasadena Are not letting any Glass grow under their feet and Are hard after a building. Arcadia got a Good head Start now Don t let a stretch runner pass us up at the wire. Hurry. Hurry. Hurry. Wayward by so the bus Driver who wanted to a a get away from it All and took that Nice new bus on a trip from new York to Florida gave the news a lot of spice this week. Now if it done to turn out to be a bit of publicity for Steinbeck a new Book a a the wayward Bush we re going to be disappointed american press Gentry has developed into a sorry mess where it is Money and not brains that counts. Now Days All a press agent has to do to get people to talking about his product is to talk his sponsor in of giving automobiles radios Hundred Dollar Bills and what not away. In the old Days the press boys had to really think and did some swell work. Anna held a milk Baths and such. J quarterly total to $1,�01,729. During March last year the figure reached $1,.�.h8,695 for is permits and the first i three months of 194 5 Market the Start of almost $3,000,000 i a building. Construction of 51 dwellings valued at $4 39,925 was authorized last month wit i one apartment build april building in Arcadia got of to a sensational Start when p e r in i t s Worth $88,400 were granted on the first Day of the month. No Worth $28,000 approved for construction in Rancho Santa Anita by Thomas Sherlock. Among tile Homes being planned Here Are a $23,000 dwelling at 300 Monte Vista for Stuart Tope a. E. Campbells $15,000 residence at 1209 South fourth Avenue a dwelling valued at $16,000 for or. And mrs. Henry Reich a re at 955 Encanto drive and a $15,000 Home to be built by Robert Voelker at 937 Panorama. Andrew Arnold will build a $14,000 Home at 911 Monte verde and l. C. Shepherd plans a dwelling at 467 Woodruff valued at $13,500. A $5000 office building will be constructed at 54 Bonita by or. William Heidenreich. Donald w. Post and Walter h Post Are planning construction of a $14,000 apartment House at 842 Sunset. Already under construction is the petrol service station at first and foothill a $3500 project. Arcadia lumber company is spending $1000 this month for additional office space at 214 North Santa Anita. Council asked to defer Adion on subdivision schools seek site on Elkins property a portion of the land needed As a school site the school District Board of trustees this week asked the City Council to defer action on the proposed it a of three cities the totem poles Hurlstone Fairchil i. Arcadia artist whose intimate knowledge of Hie moods of the desert has led to some of the most honest portrayal of the Southwest in american Art pauses in his work on a painting of the totem poles Southern Utah. The picture is now owned by r. Madison of Glendale. A photo by Kennedy. A of peacocks Nice to see Santa Anita Rancho inc., put a clause in the deed turning Over the too acres of the old Lucky Baldwin Rancho to the county and state for the arboretum that the peacocks be preserved. They lend a co lord to the grounds and Are As much a part of the Romance of the property As the Hugo Reid Adobe and the towering Trees. Foreign relations some of the great Quot triangles a a like u. S., John Bull and Russia May turn into a wreck tangled if they keep trying to Cut each of her up Over the peace table. Among poultry men. Charles b. Hawks topped improvements with plans for a $4000 four unit Chicken House at 2007 South second. Bond election registration closes sunday persons wishing to Register for the school Bond election of May 16, May do so before sunday night april 6 at the Home of mrs. Stella Brookover 650 wast Huntington drive on Friday saturday or sunday afternoons or i evenings. I of May also Register at City Hall up to saturday noon. Junior chamber endorses school Bond Issue hurls cite Fairchild fainting Brilliant desert oils i double drive studio women women have the same trouble As automobiles. It Isnit always the Wear and tear that makes pm look As bad As the new models that keep coming out. Optimist electing officers tonight tonight a meeting of the Optimist club will be devoted to the election of officers. Extemporaneous talks by visiting members i rom the los Angeles downtown club were featured at last week s meeting arranged Bob Partridge. By services saturday for mrs. Longpre services will be held saturday at la . Lor Mary Jane Longpre who died tuesday night at her Home a 2530 Lemon Avenue. The Rev. Charles Phillips will officiate at the funeral at Glasser and Miller mortuary. Interment will be at Forest Lawn mausoleum. Mrs. Longpre had been a resident of Arcadia for the past to years. She was hostess at tile Derby restaurant where her husband Arthur Longpre is manager. She is survived by her husband her fax her William a. Oaks of Richland Wash. Two Brothers William and Vaud of Washington and a sister mrs. Marjorie n Marsh of los Angeles. Strong endorsement of the proposed issuance of school Bonds wa1 announced this week by the Arcadia Junior chamber of Commerce in a letter rend by chairman Clifford Lance at a general meeting of the Arcadia school Bond Campaign committee Field tuesday night at first Avenue school. The letter states in part Quot the men of the Junior chamber of Commerce Teel s ugly about the future of our children and realize the necessity of Good and Well equipped schools. You May be sure that we will do everything in empower to assure the Success of the Bond signed e. A a skip Cramer president. Final arrangements for a pamphlet to be mailed to every Home in Arcadia giving the Complete Story of the need for the Bonds were made at the meeting As Well As plans for contacting As Many newcomers to the Community As to sible to be sure that they Are registered to vote in the election. Finance chairman Harry Russell revealed the budget plans and re ported that organizations Are re pending nicely to the request for funds. It was decided to follow the same procedure As before and re turn All unused balances to the donating organizations. Private donations will not be so pro rated. Chocks should be made out to the Arcadia school Bond Campaign fund and sent to them care of the Arcadia chamber of Commerce. Those attending the meeting Inch ded chairman Lance mrs. Ray All ii Young Secretary Russell Cramer Harold Smethurst. Eugene Vingard Jack Coombs e. E. Westerhouse Harvey Moss Harold Sparling. Dwight Stoner and f. Hal Roach. A huge Vezino a mining work in by Hap Everett a do you think i could paint a asked Engineer Al Ter looking at some. Of Charles Tucson one Day in 192k. Do you feel As though you could a countered Vezin. A a in be just got a Hunch was the reply. Hut Hurlstone Fairchild had More than a Hunch he had a a feeling for the desert he was steeped in die grandeur die mystery of Arizona country. Vezin loaned him a sketch Box and Les than three years later Fairchild had attracted attention in the Southwest with his a desert a the painting of the american desert a a says Ca Roll Anderson of Chicago s Anderson galleries a offers so Many problems that few artists have been Able to portray it satisfactorily. Quot the Only men who should paint it Are those who have actually lived sometimes his oils do not prove an adequate medium for Hurlstone Fairchild when planning a picture the Beauty of the desert 1 Eom is to him in whole verses of poetry Dawn at Dawn tin desert distance grows. And shadows shorten with the Light the Stealthy prowlers of Hie night withdraw on who piling wings Ami muted pads to wait the coming of tile night. Or Dorwish Thorpe named Rancho group president an election of officers was held when the Rancho Santa Anita res dents association held its annual meeting in the Mich Llinda Community woman a clubhouse last monday evening. The following officers were elected or. Donald m. , president mrs. Howard Wilson vice president mrs. Warren a. Childs Secretary and m h Pettit treasurer. Sub Clivi farm. In a letter to tile Council rend at tuesday nights meet aug the school Bour said an area wit ii 450-tool Iron Lase on North Santa Anita Avenue and 883 feet deep would be required by the District to accommodate the fast growing Northern Section of town. The state department of education has already surveyed the site and recommended its , the letter stated. Purchase of the site a been in the Board s plans for several years and was Given As one of the reasons for the proc Bond Issue. Already Laid out is the plan for the first unit of the subdivision being undertaken by George Elkins. Beverly Hills realtor. This strip runs up the East Side of double drive from Perkins to Grandview and is about 600 feet deep. There Are 124 lets on the plan which the City planning commission has recommended for conditional approval. The commission stipulated that the smallest lot should have 75-foot frontage. Tile plan As it now stands includes several with Only a 65-foot frontage. Ano her condition in the recommendation would provide for drainage Satis factory to the City Engineer. Elkins appeared before the school Board dec. 4. When he uras advised of the districts plans Elkins raised objections. He also objected last week to the panning commissions recommendation for frontage minimum. Badly shaken in an air plane crash last week Elkins has asked that the matter be held Over for two weeks. The City Council referred the matter Back to the planning commission. Quarter s postal receipts fall Short of 1946 the Nice gain of $602.68 in postal receipts for the month of March 1947 Ever the same month of 1946 was not enough to offset earlier Fig j i ures and the first Quarter of 1947 clo de $451.75 Short of the total i i business done in the first Quarter j i of 1946, according to figures just j i released by postmaster William c. Stewart. Council to hold Hay 5 hearing on annexation bids opened on new Reservoir pump House i Tiki the. It Ani ant ii Riel i its a in a of Nam do Neu pastor tin it v n. I flu r Lias a inned in new office As pastor of la vim to Iran i lither an ii u re ii of Acadia and my Ann Pica lied ii is first Sermon sunday Twenty Highway Civiss to Send delete is Liers w. R h. Tire bloc within the Sci the to Tity i in the h. J. Iii n hat be the time the Petty Rueday intent Ion 8 of land Baldwin business Rte and Given to Fie Benl tin sane received or Tran w. Bernie in included in r the to hic or. My to no High Santay the tee to More than 20 Citi is a1 Way 6 3 from n Dies Monica have been invite Arcadia chamber of co Send delegates to a two Day organization meeting of a California unit Highway 66 association Here april 18-19. Featuring dances by hopi indians the Highway delegates will be entertained at a banquet at Eaton a april 18, with the business session beginning the next Day a 9 . In the first Avenue school auditorium. A the Chamb r program is moving along nicely a said Secretary William Libby yesterday a with splendid cooperation being received All along the transportation reception and housing committees Are set up and working and it is expected that he two Day affair will be one of a he finest and most unusual Ever held in Arcadia Libby said. He added thai publicity for the City will not Only receive local and state attention but will be on a National scale. Other states will be Well represent a with visitors expected from Oklahoma Texas new Mexico and Arizona. These other state units of Highway 66 association Are giving j those interested in organizing the California unit the greatest cooperation. At the business session a Board 1 of directors will be elected and from it a president and Secretary treas Mer As Well As two vice from each end of the state. They will be the governing body j and will handle everything pertain j ing to advertising publicity promo i Tion and other matters. $73 of the count tile time posed t water superin bids for tile construct Avoir and pump House sent Reservoir. A half my my from $55,000 Tower opened tuesday night superintendent will study the and report i findings to the i april 15. Council set May 6 As the i Public hearing on the pro Extension of the ornamental a lighting system on Hunting from second to fifth avenues. Following the recommendations cd the City planning commission the Council approved a petition from the City school District requesting a conditional variance to permit construction and use of a temporary National guard Headquarters on a portion of their property at Al Monte and Duarte. Approved a petition from George Williams requesting a conditional variance to allow operation of a Riding Academy and boarding Sta on East Longden for two years b a request for a Newman Avenue zone change from re to r-2. Placed West Arcadia Annex in zone c-2 and fire zone number one. Permission has been granted the continued on Page 6 Hie Denit Dice operators arraigned plea postponed toastmasters to instal new monday Community concert group signs Don Cossack chorus Vronsky and Babin Baptist churl must leave Council chamber four concerts instead of the ,. A guaranteed three will be enjoyed by Arcadia residents who subscribed to the com drive a Cert association during last weeks membership Success of the drive exceeded expectations and w. J. Hailey jr., of Santa Anita Oaks president of the association today expressed his appreciation for a a gave the the support arcadians newly launched project. Three Arcadia women who served As Volunteer workers oversold their membership quotas the Trio including mrs. Alice Mcabery and mrs. H t. Moody. Bailey also expressed his appreciation for the cooperation accorded the drive by the Tribune bulletin and Arcadia Headquarters for the drive. The coming four programs which will be presented next fall and Winter in the . Auditorium were selected immediately following i the Baptist Church of Arcadia will be on the move once again ome Ime within the next two months. Moved from the legion Hall to the school auditorium to the City Hall the Church is being notified this week that it must terminate its use of the Council chamber for services within 60 Days. The Church was also told to have the chamber a carpet cleaned before the close of the membership canvass leavin8 on saturday. They will be general i the cd Uncil referred to the plan Platoff a world famous Don Cossack chorus and dancers Vronsky and Babin noted duo pianists the St. Louis sinfonietta a Quot Little symphony Quot of 20 artist musicians and Nadine Conner nationally known Young metropolitan opera Singer. Specific dates Are subject to confirmation by the new York Headquarters of Columbia concerts inc., and will announced when the lists or musical groups itinerary i mapped out for the coming season. Ning commission a letter from Fred a. Sigle protesting erection of a Baptist Church at first and Forest. Motor Scooter jockey spilled injuring his Rig it knee William r. Patte 16, 130 san Luis Rey was thrown from his motor Scooter sonar Day at Huntington and Santa Anita. The youth was struck by a car i driven by James Lewis 46. Installation of Arcadia Toast Mas ers club officers a Semi annual a vent will feature the special ladies night dinner meeting of the local speech training organization next a monday evening april 7, at the i Duarte dinner House. New club officers to be installed i Are Sumner Ranger president e i Gene Bowen vice president Orville to i a Secretary treasurer Bob dual a a sergeant at arms and George Ervine Deputy governor. Martin usrey conducted the table topic program last monday evening on the timely subject a what easter Means to Impromptu speaker expressed the value of an individual analysis of the real meaning of the easter season. Frank Dean and Roy Davids were it Ted to a t in for Best spelt on Walter Hendricks formal i Gram. Dean discussed credit que fictions under the title. A the f big Davidson suggested alternate lower Cost housing program under the heading a housing for Clovis Beach afforded close Competition on the subject a Why worry a speech evaluation and individual advice was offered by Charles go son assisted by George Ervine hot Curtis s. W. Ranger and grammarian. Rodney Johnson. 1 visitors at the meeting who to k part in the informal discussion were i Tony Laspada of Temple City and Phillip Welch of Burbank presiding officer president Geol Alba ugly announced Leonard Giboney. Bob Dunlap George Ervine. And Sumner Ranger were to by speakers next monday evening with Carl fee As toastmaster and Orville Tulga As topic master. March 1947 showed a total business of $9157.36, compared to $8554.68 for 1946. The first Quarter of 1947 totalled $25 334 14, compared to $15 785.89 in 1946. Rev. Hildebrand to hear Lee fare series at Yale in it and loved it. We believe that such a Man is Hurlstone Fairchild whose paintings of the desert Are Mong the very line things we have Fen of thai country. A few am t it have App cached the feeling of the de Ert country and we consider hurl tone Fairchild outstanding among those a ifs jut there How did he get the feeling of the Esert a its just there a Fairchild says a till a shrug. Fairchild spent of his life in the the earlier Middle years and in was educated at the universities of Illinois and Michigan and the mis oui school of mines. With a de-1 Gree in me allure real and mining engineering. He ii vane the South. Vest in 1915 and Wen to work for Ray consolidated Coppa As an operator in an Ore concentrator. He was no Tenderfoot Tho go having spent several Summers in the Gold and Silver mines of Colorado be Iween school seme ters. Factors in skill although maintaining offices in Chicago and drive Fairchild has spent most of is time in the desert Nice his College Days. Before painting Ever entered his mind Fairchild was responsible for a Everaid mining inventions including a new notation machine for recovering tile values from sulfite j ores and a bail Mill for the Large scale reduction of Ore by grinding. His inventive ability and his absorbing love of tile desert later continued on Page 6 the Rev. Will m. Hildeb and or the Church of the Good Shepherd will leave Arcadia april 9 for a visit to the Yale divinity school in new Haven conn., where he will attend the Lyman Beecher lectures on preaching. They will be delivered this year by or. Harold Phillips of Cleveland on april 15, to and 17 and As is Cus omary will b conv the basis for a Book on the ministry. Rev. Hildebrand graduated from the school in 1935. During the came week or. Roland Bainton. Professor of Church history at Yale will deliver a series o. Lectures. Rev. Hildebrand will Stop Over in Marion. Id. To visit his father As Well As in Tucson and new York where he will visit friends. He i vill return to Arcadia april 22. 1 pm pc will air local vocal Talent saturday featuring a Trio of Arcadia girls. a Capella choir will be heard Over Kmic saturday at 7 05 . In a special transcript made for the occasion the choir direct d by Hester in loom will present Marilyn Russell and the Knoblaugh twins Ann and Evelyn in their own arrangement of a the easter Parade a accompanied by Barbara Bowman at the piano. Luanne Paul of Arcadia will be heard As soloist singing a the Battle of the Good morning two police chiefs pass each other i going to work every morning j William m. Cahill Arcadia chit of police live at 1876 Rose Avenue i san mama while san Marinow chief Glenn f. Mcc Lun .030 Balboa drive. Arcadia. Monrovia Greup to push Hospital plan spun a by a report from Harry Cardo a executive director of tic United Hospital fun i of los Angeles county a Monrovia fact ending committee has issued an invitation to tile four communities of Arcadia duo re. Sierra Mads and Temple City which Are considered As a group according to or. Car Edge in planning hospitals. Members of the Monrovia com Mil tee ale mrs. J. B Mcbratney. Mrs. A gits a Barnard William Inlet. Or hav n n Davis alb to to Case Barile m Harvey and Lloyd f. Smith. Or Amley is cd Man. Or Camp setting for Honor court sing fest tonight ten crap players forfeited bail in City court yesterday and three j operators had their Case continued for plea until next week. I under surveillance for some time police raided a garage at 2331�?Ti South sixth Avenue saturday night i taking a dozen men to Headquarters. I ripped off that a saturday was the night a a squad of officers i broke Down the door placing under i arrest everyone inside. Given Sledge i hammers operators of tile Garn a Iii place were ordered to break at up All equipment valued at several i Hundred dollars. Richard c. Brown operator living at 2331 South sixth Avenue Robert f. Shelton croupier and i Thomas Granville Craig jr., 2331 South sixth Avenue a Lookout Quot Man a ill appear next wednesday for i plea. Forfeiting bail were George c. Shidler Long Beach Earl w. Time on Raye e. Mayberry Temple City Jason c. Rippel san Gable Rov h. Lage Pasadena Richard m. Northcott los Angeles John Largey and Harrison Hatt amp Baugh Alhambra and Earl t. Deuel Al Monte. The second time within a year a raid has been made on the place operators were bolder and took less precaution As Many cars lined the driveway and Street. Businessmen to nominate new officers with the after a scout scouts will group singing Honor at firs a Noel acc has been Arr. Of old t a von t As Host. Tile 7 30 p. In stage setting campfire arc participate i at tonight s t Avenue Sci Ord Ion a com urged for tines troop no program will High Arcadia meeting the with on of year. It Soei Atio t the Agenda n businessmen a scheduled for Arcadia cafe of fires for the s Wilders xxi to is most a 6 actus in this Type of out Lor f the West association tonight at is Nom Ina next fiscal let the Anions that All ejection and mall ballot in presentation foothill Beauty Salon opens april 14 j foothill Beauty Salon at foothill will open april 14 the business is locate i building formerly occupied i Pangburn realty com pan j k Lor kill ported that further Iii for i development of ult Clayr an is Aho on the Agenda officers of Ila a. Harold Robeli land pm a is Rte Ute Seymour Secretary go Boyer treasurer tile i Wal elect a Sui Cern or to who resigned in vice last week

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