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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 14, 1947, Arcadia, California Back to school edition of help publish your Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood Call at. 7 2131 with news of your family and friends am Arcadia Kwh two sections a sixteen pages Cauca Dia Cau a ii Xia. I Dav. Ava x x is new salary schedule set at High school builders Start final touches on new school As tie contractors announced that the South Santa Anita school was now 93 pc cent completed school officials prepared to move materials into the new unit sept i finished painting installation of cabinets and the finishing of floors were being done this week with grading for landscaping expected o Start next week. Work has also adopting a new 13-Stcp i begun on tile cafeteria and speech schedule . This week its unit just North of the class set us salaries of teachers for 11 17-48 following a conference Between the teachers salary i Del my in through to Quot tile pal teachers transferred to 13-step schedule rooms. Double drive will be widened 20 Lect in lout of the school and a committee and a. K. Wilson cd i s t r i c t superintendent. Teachers were transferred from the old 15-step salary increase schedule. The Basic schedule adopted by the m a d. District trustees at then july meeting ranges from a minimum of $2,80u to a maximum of $4,000 to Winch $300 is added As a Cost of living Bonus for one year Only for All Lull time teachers who were teaching in the system last year. Those on part time last year will receive a proportional amount of the Cost of living Bonus. Six faculty members including those on leave last year or new to the system this year will not receive the Bonus. Under the new schedule salary increases Are earned by additional University credits length of service or travel through earned increment Steps. Of the faculty members 15 this coming year will receive the maximum salary of $4,600, plus $300 Cost of living bonuses with one exception. Seventeen will receive $4,450, plus the Bonus two $4,300, two $4,150 and nine $4,000. Salaries of the remaining faculty members Range downward to one teacher at the minimum of $2,800. My lot and playground area according to a spokesman for Harvey my Hose contractors. With As Many As 80 men working on the project at one tune tile or tool has been under construction since Early in february. Watching the work at ail times is e. G Bey icon school building inspector. Tile con tint lion has been marked by steady Progress and close following of the schedule planned by the Contr actors. Sanita Sage too men that a what the National guard unit Here needs and fast it. Col. William m. Gosman and his aides Are starting Titis week on a drive for that Many Young men and veterans who will join the local National guard unit to assure the City of the $400 too National guard armory. There Are now two companies formed but three More Are needed ii this City qualifies Lor the big armory which arcadians Hope to become an integral part of the new civic Center. Veterans and Young men Over. 17 can assure us a proper armory building As Well As do themselves a lot of Good. There is pay for the work which can and is aiding a lot of veterans going to school on the g. I. Bill. Tile extra Money always comes in Handy there. For older veterans it is a Chance to keep in trim and learn Many useful trades. Schooling in Many branches of radio camera and communications work is offered in Exchange for a few nights each month of your time. All in All it is a Good Deal. Realty Board buys full Page in directory one Lull Page in the Arcadia bigness and information directory was purchased by the Arcadia realty Board following a presentation of a proposal to the by manager Jack Russell at their monthly dinner meeting tuesday night at carpenters. Russell explained the scope and purpose of the Book which is being sponsored by the chamber of Commerce As a part of the program which included an explanation of the foothill credit Bureau by manager Earl Bear. Bear invited Allol the assembled realtors to make us of his facilities. Remainder of the meeting presided Over by president George Al Baugh was devoted to ways and Means of promoting real estate business in Acadia. Chamber backs National guard recruit drive directors appoint military committee la. Col. William Ai. Gosman commanding officer of tin Arcadia battalion National guard appeared Beton the Arcadia chamber of Commerce Board monday night requesting s u p p o r t in the guards drive for increased personnel stating that it is As much to tin advantage of the City As to the gun d to Nave a Strong i nit stationed la re. Col. Go Man pointed out that the size of tile armory which Arcadia gets will be determined by the Siz it i of the unit the town raises and Ilia the simple Way to guarantee Arcadia a Beautiful $400, Xuy armory in out i new civic Center is tor All citizens t get together help recruit to i More men tor the battalion during tile next go Days. Ile asked the chamber to cooperate with the Dave by forming a Catholic Conven Junior chamber by businessmen to be built Here til building to House Sisters of St. Francis a Catholic Convent will be built Here with funds from the fiesta tie Santa Anita sept. 26-28. I constructed for the ten take it from ii Kre a going Over selections submitted by civic chorus music committee Are William i rot ii director mrs. Edith lobby accompanist and Richard Lark chairman i Mune Bui item photo. Hospital association plans drive e in were eager Coupon army storms store for Frostie Frozen custard a a Frostie going out the window to Young hands with free coupons at the Waffle shop the first three Days of this week at a rate of about one every minute acce Ding to John Kemmerling owner and manager of the popular refreshment parlor. More than 1,000 of the free coupons printed in sundays bulletin had been redeemed on tuesday and they were still coming in Kemmerling said attesting to tile popularity of tile new Frozen delicacy As Well As to the pulling Power of bulletin advertising. The chamber of Commerce publicity committee has b in instructed to arrange for a series of Aerial photographs of toe City to to used in an kinds of publicity releases. The action Vias taken monday night on Mot on of a a a Wickham. Highway 68 a has requested photos showing the City for use in a brochure covering All communities along tin Highway. A military affairs committee to be a standing committee to to k with the National guard on All Malta affecting the military Here. Vice a evident Roy Long presiding in the place it president Clifford Lance who is on vacation appointed Hie following directors to serve on this committee f. Hal Roach chairman Verne Wickham and chief or police William Cahill till president Keo m. Meek r presiding the regular monthly meeting of tin Board of directors of the Santa Anita Hospital association was held at the Zanzibar cafe thursday. Mans Art maturing fast for the inauguration of a financial Aruba in to make possible the building of the 100-bed Community Hospital. Several locations tor the proposed institution have been offered one As a at with the others As sales. No cled on has been made nor can be until the building and site commit Ter of which Albert Perkins ii Chan Juan Las thoroughly investigated each locality arc inc also had be advice of exp t to Paul consult an. Meeker urged the committee to have their reports ready j for the it it Board me Ting to of held aug. 28. Announcement was also Iii ids j that Alden Mills who is Hospital administrator for the Huntington memorial Hospital Iii Pasadena has been retained As adv or to the the officers of the guard unit at an j Early Date to plan a Campaign to i Complete arrangements for con i auction of the a Mory and in courage local enlistments. Col. Gosman was accompanied by Captain c. F. Liebrecht. Much Progress and interest in la mini strato proposed business directory was in j system of Board of directors. Upon his cd vice i he comm to tee plans to meet with recent innovations on new Hospital construction will be incorporated in the plans to be prepared. Those innovations combined with the information presented by or. W. A. To 11son of Duarte will make p its sible the last word in Hospital Eon j Jam 3, last despite the fact he Aiu Cimon. Or. Morrison who is adj said he was a paid Patron and in for the entire Hospital f to be there the Santa be railroads tors of St. Francis of penance and Christian Charity the Convent will he built by the Church of the holy Angels at Huntington and i Lolly Sale of tickets for the fiesta started monday. Committee Heads for the fiesta were named this week including Arthur Cranston general chairman Edward Higgins tickets Arno Rumery count y store games and prizes Helen Quinlan records and finances James Mummaugh dance. Rumery announced that prizes will be a radio phonograph combination console Model a nine cubic foot refrigerator a deluxe Gas Range and a Westinghouse laundromat. J Booths to be featured by the Al a tar society will be under the supervision of the following chair j 1 men according to mrs. E. P. Hama j j ban. President religious boo a mrs. I Elizabeth Redman needlework mrs. Edith Aurailia jams Jellie j and Home bakery goods mrs. Katie Hron and Mary Neigebauer. Plany for the dinner Are being made and will be announced at a i i later Date. Malicious prosecution and false arrest damage suits filed by John a. Gordon of against the Syfleda Lac los Angeles turf club and in Liers j have been set for trial in los an \ Geley Supe Lur court on separate j dates in june. 1948, records in the two actions which demand a com i biped total of $651,500, disclosed. The litigation is the outgrowth o i Gordon a arrest on a vagrancy Cha be at Santa Anita race some cd while clog some Arcadia Lithe loll1 i in or an Lute i v -11 i Tho will map Arcadian to head Lent manage chamber i Heodore j. Brodhead Bol , a id t Ake it it Ceas of the Pasadena chamber Pierce and the Rou Mamen association sept. I he we Iam Dunkerly. A graduate of occident in 1927, where he a a n Bro to la id 261 a Iii i com i Rose. T. Cd in suit set for Iii Leforc team Bro manager Tore Jetani system r he Wacl by inn s c and had president of club. He is of Tau i j11 a1 Coll re in Liber o mile relay Reed As student i school Secretary defile Pasadena school be r e i nine la t wee.-. It rot Pini ii. My an. Taut tor the Sci Opolto inn Heel a year As the Pasadena rotary Mason and a member a filter my. Will clean up cily August to paper drive to Cut Down fire Hazard a rung at reduction of fire Kart i in the City the Junior lamber of Commerce Hopes clean out every garage anti 1 l porch in Arcadia aug. 30 i an intensive paper drive. Ruler direction of Paul w. Sen the Junior chamber pick up old newspapers Zines and other paper Ai my every Street in a Thorsen plans to Contact Amily in the City in Advance it of Ira non in tying up old and placing them out incl Hie House for collectors to ii p. Ria in and president Eugene Ara outline cd the plans for the at a meeting tuesday night Lou ii to chairman of the in ii re emphasized the created by the Alcuin a of Wate paper in closets nag arid basements. He til Hazard could be sub Stan reduced it All citizens cooperated with the Junior chamber in a Cit Ming oat a a foil Vin the Day work in col Letin to paper members and Lien xxv is will gather at the Home i a Din Shively where a suckling pie will be roasted and other re i e hindus served. Next meeting of the Junior chamber the second meeting of eve v month will be held at the a. Resident Wingard an n Elid Tiah burglary giant he was a film giant More than 8 feet tall. So tall he had to Duck Down to get out of the door of the Hollywood Roosevelt. He walked to the curb and looked around trying to get a breath of air the other night. A drunk from a near by cafe stumbled out into the Street got a look at the towering giant yelled a my gosh in a walking around on my Knees a a and ducked Back into the bar. A burglar who broke in through a bedroom window made off with a bottle of Tabu perfume a Diamond tie pin a locket a class pin and $8 in Small change at the Home of e. E. Balling 836 san Simeon while the family was in san Francisco last week. Ported following a week of solid is an authority on the managing citation by manager Jack Russell who hospitals and their efficiency he continued on Page 2 1 suggested new ideas in the place ment of musing units the Ope a my looms and Utility rooms that will i be added at suggestions As soon As a site has been e-11 acted a firm of architects will be i retain d to prepare the preliminary i plans for the institution. Once the plans Are approved the detailed d a Mai will be perfected and Given i Hie Board of directors for their a j i Oval. I or. Lloyd f. Smith of Monrovia i chairman of tile medical advisory i continued police find Good citizen Grauman a in Case you Haven to seen them lately a Large majority of Southern californians have never seen them take a look at the Cement footprints in Hie front of Graumans chinese theater. Interesting. This is one of the greatest tourist attractions in All Hollywood and yet is viewed by very few locals. Arcadia sporting goods ends first year in business shining through All the scowl and muttering aimed at police officers in the execution of their duties there came a c pique touch of thoughtfulness this week. In answer to one of the notices placed by police in cars at the county Park reminding motorists to lock their cars and not to leave valuables in a ked cars one woman left a note of her own a dear officer i am terribly sorry i can to lock this car. Our lock has just broken and i Haven to been Able to have it fixed As yet. I have All our valuables locked in trunk. Thank the note caused a pleasant sensation at the police department. On Page 2i second grandson or. And mrs. C. P. Cassady 1780 South Santa Anita Are the proud grandparents of a six Pound Babka born tuesday night Iii Salinas. The new arrival son of or. A d m s c. J. Cassady was named Michael and joins his brother pan know almost 15 months old the charge later was dismissed but Gordon subsequently was real rested this time on the More serious accusation of felony bookmaking. This too was dismissed. In answers to the suits the club Ana other in Pendents except John c. Galliano Deputy attorney. Entered general denials. Galliano who is stationed in Pasadena said he had the vagrancy charge dropped a because the evidence Merin o a Nhung cd the felony which he admitted he issued. He commit a that William s. Orig Arcadia City police officer then wrested go dial on a warrant. A Pasadena judge sub Seq Cully dismissed the complaint i Olio Wing a preliminary hearing it was stated. Trial of the malicious prosecution suit is schedule Ai for june 16 while the false arrest a non is to be heard june 28. Buried alive when the Walls of a 12-loot ditch caved in on him. Caesar Lozano was rescued by fellow workers and or Ernst monday afternoon on double d Ive. The Accident occurred near 821 South Santa Anita where the Tel track i phone company is laying an under ground Cable. As the Walls gave Way Luzano was completely covered with Earth while still stand ing up. To kers had uncovered his head when the in Alator squad arrived. He apparently suffered no both Arcadia and Monrovia Are Rushing expansions of water systems. Work has been delayed due to War time shortages but both cities through their Wideawake City councils Are speeding the expansion plans As fast As possible and the recent hot dry spell scares us All a bit. Down East he had just a tuned from a visit to the old Faun Back East where he had been born and raised. An Arcadia Friend asked him Quot How he found tilings Back on the he smiled Quot father did All right in his Gas station but Mother just about went broke with her Barbecue stand a Arcadia sporting goods 207 South Avenue arcadians exclusive sporting goods store this week is celebrating its first Ann Ive. San with an invitation to the people of Arcadia to come in and see the most Complete and modern exclusive sporting goods store in the san a Gabriel Valley. / Fred and Roy Wheeler Are the i owners and operators of the store assisted by a t Powell in the Pho i to Graphy department. Roy is the i fishing expert of the organization j and All three Are highly versed in All kinds of sports activity having been Active in athletics and All kinds of outdoor activity throughout their lives. At Arcadia sporting Good you May get a Complete outfit to participate in All the popular pastimes such As Tennis basketball Bowling football Hunting fishing Golf i camping swimming. Broiler croquet baseball softball Badminton. T pingpong and Volley Ball. Is Essi l l Veary Ivl vibrating tin first Anni versa by of Arcadia sporting goods Are left to right Roy Wheeler Fred Wheeler and Art Powell lined up before the most Complete rack of Fine Hunting guns to be found in a san Gabriel \ Alley sporting goods store. A Tribune bulletin photo a title Transfer to create civic Center Entrance Trail Fer of title to the abandoned Light of Way of the Pacific electric railway comp a Between ranting j j ton drive and lower Huntington in j Arcadia to los Angeles county most d a Hep nearer reality tues j Day with the a qty Ewing tentative approval to the plan which cals to the county in provide the j City with an Eastside Entrance to its i j new civic Center. I at Tup Days meeting of tile Board i of supervisors. Supervisor Smith of the first District said that i c. P. Cassady present owner of the i property would deed tile proc to to the county ii the latter would provide Arcadia with the in til Anc Way ought. His motion that the county noun Al prepare an agreement to this effect was adopted b the Board i lie motion virtually assures Arcadia of this convenience for its civic Center and culminates several i months of negotiation by mayor m i Homer Ormsby Verne Wickham i county Park manager and . A a Ivie chorus singers open practice tuesday some 40 Arcadian who like t sing ars expected to report for the first rehearsal of the Arcadia civic Churm tuesday at 7 30 p. In. At the lust rum it room first Avenue school acco Ding to director William Groen. For those unfamiliar with first Avenue the instrument room across the Street on the North Side of California from the main b i dings and is a one room Frame str Cut e. Whether you have registered or not All Are Welcome to come and Groen reports a special Nee i for Bass voices. Mayor m. Homer Ormsby attended a luncheon meeting of the directors i of the eight county sanitation Riis tints including District 15, of which Arcadia is a part at the san Gabriel country club yesterday at 1 30 p. In. Hie meeting followed a motor Survey of the sewer line from the White Point outfall North and is being called for the special purpose of determining the 1947-48 tax rate. Membership in District 15 includes the county areas of Rosemead and Temple City and the incorporated cities of Arcadia Monrovia Sierra Madre and san Gabriel. Following the opening of bids last week the Boa id is also expected to i award contracts for the sewer Eon next Iii line Between Arcadia and Monrovia it will run along live Oak Between Tyler and Peck Road shrine appoints Leon Spencer nuanced end the first meeting of every in nth Wall be a dinner meeting at s. Ai r a report by Bill Jaekley Ai Arr an ement a Lur the sept. 20 dam. \ n Bens discussed possible Oca coins for Hie event and the Sale of tickets. The Junior chamber voted to Conia i the v in Ruer urging consider a. I Advt John Sturgeon for a Superior court appointment. Bill Pierce was appointed chairman of the awards Book and Cal Adams was named publicity chairman. Gut s at tuesdays meeting were j n h in. Charles Easley Frank h i in and Phil Miller. The 1947 official Likah Temple of ent to local Nob i firm at Ion by Bromley of i Portola drive Baad it a to j tor of Al mail shrine just is to the conic Elmer b h Spencer it 931 potentates Amnia. I car the National guard needs your support Lorn Gosman of Arcadia s up and confine National guard Battery has tucked this editor to express his apologies to ii is neighbors around the Corner of Al Monte and Duarte for his Long delay in getting buildings painted and landscaping completed. These Are jobs which lie had expected to be done weeks ago but governmental delays somewhere along the Way have held up the necessary funds and he expects that the work will to getting under Way in Tho next thirty Days. Already there it it close to sixty men in the Arcadia Battery and with equipment soon to he issued for the study of radio and other phases of engineering plus the Opportunity for seventeen year Olds to join up and get paid for learning the Battery is expected to expand Tow Art its True strength at a rapid rate. That it should do this is of major importance to Arcadia for upon the size and Quality of the guard unit v a develop Here now May depend the size and kind of Emory the army will build for us to House them. In other words if we have a Fine big unit we will be assured of a fill Quot big armory which will by available on All hut one or two evenings a week for till types of recognized civic activity. Large National guard units also have lots of needs and they Are specifically instructed to buy in the Community in which they Are organized. Arcadia needs the Arm Ary and it needs the National guard just As the National guard needs us. Lets till work together to put Oyer the important peace time defence unit. Ifs Good training for the boys and mighty Handy to have around whether ifs a traffic snarl a Forest fire a riot or worse. The National guard has proven its value time and again. Valley 4-h clubs hold achievement Day Here saturday achievement Day in the san Gabriel Valley for 4-h members will Fea to e an athletic Field Day Swirn loin meet and picnic supper followed by t. E awarding of achievement c r til irate. At Arcadia county Park m in tag it 2 30 . Saturday. Be lie Carman Monrovia president of the san Gabriel Valley 4-h Cader Council Wall be master of dining the evening j. Rani a a la is to members and leaders will be made by d. L. Biddie assistant farm advisor in los anoles county in charge of club work and by mrs. Evelyn Saunders slant Home to Mon stration agent c us charter and seals will be Quot warded by c. V. Castle farm advisor. Tile afternoon athletic program will be directed by Bruce Kratka Rosemead member of the leaders Council John Madain county All. Tar plan r. Mon Ovia and Mahimer 0 Rosemead. Kratka will Aerial to of in to the club he most Points in All ath Nee award for the s of parents present in to dub membership will it a mrs Howard Toque of chairman of the achieve Mittee. Also on the Corn or. Ruth Thomson of an driven movie approved for South Arcadia \ a or in theatre for South a Ai a is approved by the count v j of us it or Lisurs i be it i Iii v i lip i a is to Irtz operated i la j theatre it ast Dud Zihui. He West Side of Leek Lead Between Lave Oak and Lons Den. The area Lias a 750-foot frontage on live Oak and 1,050 feet on peek Road

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