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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 28, 1947, Arcadia, California Help publish your Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood two sections sixteen pages Call at 7-2131 with news of your family and friends Anh Arcadia news Arcadia California thursday ail 28, 1947 Arcadia s three schools open september i5 regular full Day sessions return Arcadia elementary schools including first Avenue school Holly Avenue school and Santa Anita school will open sept. 15. Regular full Day sessions will be in operation. The cafeterias will serve regular meals at first Avenue and Holly Avenue. Milk Only will be served at Santa Anita school until the cafeteria is completed. Each school will have a kindergarten. All Kinder a ten children ale requested to report to tile kindergarten in their respective District All seventh and eighth Grade pupils Wall attend at the first Avenue school. Pupils in grades one to six living South of Huntington drive and West of Al Monte Avenue including Rancho Santa Anita South of Colola. A. Opens sept. 15 with registration set for sept. K-10. Freshmen will meet in the auditorium sept. La boys at to a. Girls at 2 p. Til. Vol. Xxx no. In kindergarten kids must Register september 8 or 9 All pupils eligible Derga ten and All grades one to eight in attendance in to enter Kin new pupils of who were not Arcadia Cit. Rn., Rado Boulevard will attend Holly Avenue school. Pupils living South of Duarte Road and East Afel Monte Avenue will attend the Santa Anita school All other pupils in grades one to six will attend first Avenue school except those who have been assigned or will be assigned to attend one of the other schools because of Lack of classrooms at the school in their a a. Pupils w ill be admitted to the kindergarten if they will be four years and six months of age on or before sept. I. Pupils will be admitted to the first Grade if they will be five years and six months of age on or before sept i. Those Registe ing for kindergarten and first Gap de tor the i t pm Are ecu Quested to bring their birth Cert Iii Cates. It is expected that parents of kindergarten pupils will accompany them on the opening Day at which time announcements will be made to parents regarding tile transportation of kindergarten children and the session which they will attend. Schools during the Spring seme tet Are requested to enrol at the office if the school they will atle d . First Avern e school Holly avens school or Santa Anita school Between 8 a. In. And 4 p. In. Sept. 8 and 9. First Avenue school is at 301 South fist Avenue Holly avens school at Hie Corn r of Holly Avenue and Duarte Road and Santa Anita school is in the 1900 Block South Santa Anita Avenue pupils registering for Kinder a ten and first Grade a e requested o bring their birth certificates. Pupils will be admitted to the kindergarten it they will be foul years and six months of age on or before sept. I. Pupils will be admitted to the i g Ade if they will be five years and six months of a in or before sept. I. Rifle Range being built in eighth Avenue Wash work started this week on the new Arcadia police Rifle Range on City property in t lie san gab Iel River Bottoms near eighth Avenue. Chief i Ham Cahill and a Crew of largely Volunteer Lubor supplied by the National guard and the Forest service spent monday tuesday and wednesday on the grounds with i huge Bulldozer furnished by the forestry department scraping out the ramps Lor the Range which it is anticipated will be used by various Valley police forces As Well As the National guard in the training of men in the handling and firing of All kinds of lire a is. Men Are who being enlisted in the local National guard and All who join up in addition to regular army pay have Opportunity to learn to shoot at the Range. Congressman Nixon off for Europe today group to investigate foreign Relief need congressman Richard m. Nixon California 12th District representative sailed for Europe today aboard the a Queen Mary As a member of the 19-Man congressional committee which will look into foreign Relief needs and compare its findings with american ability to be of assistance. The committee will a rive in Southampton on sept 2 and spend the next two Days in London. After an air trip to Berlin the group will make an exhaustive study of the thur Valley economic situation and then break up into sub committee assigned to the various Continental areas. As a member of one of these i units Nixon a itinerary will take 1 Nim to Rome Milan Trieste Genoa Athens and a is. Making their first trip to new Vork congressman Nixon a parents. Or. And mrs. F. A. Nixon bade their son Bon hip re new Hafter r Hen i vice president left present charter to sue Schadel local club officers left to right fat Willey Darine Baehr Bev it Nelson. Tribune bulletin photo rot by to Leith National Epsilon Sigma Alpha rident. Looking on Are u Rine Tomerlin Lima Pierson and Dorothy eighteen new faculty members join Arcadia City school system the names of is new fat the payroll of the Arcadia Cit ginning of the school term sept. 15.fill the vacancies of those who have 3?n. Ata aty it a a ship along i requested leaves of absence since tin year and to fill additional posit in Gnu tem hers will appear District at the on get congressman Nixon xviii address a joint meeting of the Arcadia and Monrovia Chambers of Commerce oct. 31. I to mom i school they were employed to resigned or who have close of the last school ohs that have Arisen. Resig county agrees assessment on City sewers Sanita Sage vacation they selected two mile Camp on five mile Canyon because it was the most restful place in the world Tho folder said so and planned to stay two weeks. They arrived in Inid afternoon and checked in. The room was Fine the Beds clean and everything pointed to a Long restful vacation. He got into a pair of Slacks and found a Nice sofa on the Cool front porch and stretched out for a rest that a what he had taken a vacation to get. Pretty soon the wife came along and yanked him to his feet with a come on we be just got time before dinner to hike to inspiration Point. Best View in California the clerk a i like the View from a lie grumbled. They took the hike then dinner. The food was excellent. He ate his fill topped it off with a Nice Long Cigar and stretched out on the porch to rest but a gee Honey i just met the nicest people from Kansas. We in playing Bridge with them in the lobby at a i done to like Bridge and i came to rest a he grumbled. They played Bridge. From 8 until 2 a. In. The next morning at 5 a. In. He was rudely shaken by the shoulder with a they hurry up Honey the guide says we can just get to inspiration Point in time to see the Sun come up if we hurry. Tile party is leaving from the front Gate in ten minutes. Up and at a but i came to catch up on my sleep and get some rest and he finished tile grumbling sentence on the floor where she yanked him along with the covers. They saw the Sun come up from inspiration Point. The next Day it was the same and tile next. Two weeks of that and he called it a vacation a editors note if you Don t like the Way this reads you May change sexes if you wish. Substitute he for she and wife for husband read it again maybe its better that Way. Word has just been received by City attorney Guy Cornyn from the county Board of supervisors i that the county has agreed to pay i an assessment of $6,000 in connect lion with the Arcadia sewer p of Gram. Cornyn pointed out that under Hie provi dons of the improvement act of 1911, the City is authorized to omit from the assessment any property belonging to the United states to the state or any other property devoted to Public use. In the event such property be omitted the assessment would be borne by the other properties included in the District. However since the county has undertaken to make this contribution of $6 000 on account of Hie county Park it will not be necessary for the City of Arcadia to absorb i the payment of the amount assessable against the Park property. This applies also to the several local school properties since the school Board recently by Resolution agreed to contribute $12,000 toward the Ewers. Bicycle stolen youth can t get to summer jobs f his Only Means of transportation gone Jimmy Wallace 13, who has i backlog of summer Yard jobs tuesday reported the theft of his like at the county Park swimming Pool. According to Jimmy who lives at 170 Lemon no Trace has been found if the red White and Blue Shelby a a Lye Quot. With the representatives wife Patricia and year and a Hall old daughter another Patricia. While the californian is abroad his Wile and daughter will r main at their apartment j St outside Washington and they will accompany him Home to the twelfth District shortly after his ret n from Europe. They Are tentatively scheduled to arrive in California about oct. 20. Congressman Nixon s office in Washington will be open throughout his absence and the remainder of the congressional recess for transaction of regular business. Before i his departure Nixon urged that All constituents who wish to use the facilities of his office for Contact with Federal departments and agencies continue to do so a without regard to my absence. The office staff will take very Good care o. Everybody including Washington visitors from the 12th Nixon also announced before sailing that his executive Secretary William a. Arnold i i open a con Gressional office in the Alhambra Post office sept. 29. In the meanwhile Nixon said All mail should be addressed to his Washington office 528 House office b in Ding. Desert Painter returns to his Arcadia studio bringing Back enough sketches of desert country to keep him Busy painting during the fab Hurlston Fairchild returned to his Arcadia studio tuesday after two months at grand Canyon. Fairchild has been engaged to paint a Large Oil of the Canyon for the foyer of the National Park administration building. While at grand Canyon he and mrs. Fairchild stayed at the Grandview font log Cabin. Several Fairchild paintings Are Hung in Al Tovar hotel. Turf club pays nation s second highest salary Charles ii. Strub executive vice pres dint of the los Angeles turf club re., received the second highest salary paid in 1945. Earning $541,412.12, Strub a topped by one Man Charles p Skouros theater financier we earned $568 143.60, according to s Treasury department report. Strub was recently voted the a. Who did the to x for. Acing in 1946. Of the following employees accepted by the Board a tar a. Charlton part time teacher Hazel m. Post clerk were my Home a principal s Man. First Frances j. Avenue la nent i. M office Edith ii. Beck Grade. First Avenue Siofele first Grade first Den v. Donovan depart Ade first Avenue marred or department Grade first us Dunning permits near $500,000 Mark building permits Worth $473,696 had been issued this month by the City building department through aug. 26. Rodger Williams was granted a permit for a $20,000 Home at 915 Paloma. Henry f. Woods will build a $15,000 Home nearby at 925 Paonia. A new apartment building similar to one built by the Rancho on Huntington drive will be constructed by m. J. Whitehead at 849-851 Huntington at a Cost of $38,000. Planning an $18 500 Home at 111 Hacienda is w. Wolf son while e e pm Bree plans construction of an $11,000 residence at 946 Coronado Clyde Gate Hel will build at 325 South second Leslie c. Coe at 460 West Camino real and Guy coat 1111 Golden West. J. W. Williams will put in a Pool at 2128 South Santa Anita. Sewing group meets tuesday the production Section of Arcadia red Cross will meet tuesday for an All Day session at Headquarters on Wheeler Street. Everyone Odio can sew is urged to come and bring Lier own Sand Viches. Junior chamber to urge erection of new Post office building the Junior chamber of Commerce would like to see a new Post office building erected . With the addition of six Carrier routes in the near future and conditions at the present building becoming More crowded All the time the need is More apparent than Ever according to Paul Vav Wortendyke vice president of the chamber an employee of the Post office. How Lse after crawling up Long Hills and arriving out of breath continued on Page 3 and the Post office has been looking or a suitable building to take Over it none has been found. The size of the building which the Junior chamber Hopes the government will build , will depend on the Standard set by the government for certain areas and populations Wortendyke said. As Wallace Terrell presided in the absence of Eugene Wingard at a meeting tuesday night three new members John Herrin Gordon p Miller and Donald Schroeder were associated with the organization. The annual fall dance sept. 20 was discussed with arrangement being made for Purchase of tickets from any member at $2 50 a couple. The dance will be held at the masonic Temple with the music of Bob abbeys band. Phil Miller was named publicity Chai Man Cal Adams representative to character builders inc., and Bill Yaekle sports chairman fire chief gets new official car a fire chief James Nellis took delivery on a 1947 Desoto Delux a Bree passenger Coupe the City was offering the chiefs old car to it employees. Sealed bids will be opened Tome a to at 4 30 p. In. Mph the Higue t bidder getting Hie Ca. A 1938 foe on a with 40,090 Miles on it. The chiefs new car was sold to it the City by Arcadia motors 1 $1,800. Donkey baseball game to pay for decorations with proceeds going toward downtown Christmas decorations the Arcadia merchants association will play the Arcadia Lions it in a Donkey baseball game sept to at first Avern e school. Adults will be charged 85 cant admission children 45 cents. R Long and Jerry Gillespie have Bec making arrangements for the Gamt which is scheduled to Start at 8 pm no line ups have been announced a or the Lions merchants or the donkeys. City Hall closed saturday the City Hall will be closed saturday according to an announcement i from the City clerks office yesterday. Venue Evangeline Morros depart nent Art first Avenue Earl w. Eckert department Art fist ave me and Florence Robe on first Rade Holly Avenue. Mrs. Florida c. Mccormick mrs Constance e. To e and or. Roy e. Wheeler were g anted leaves of abduct for one year by the Board. Mrs. Genevieve l. Mcmahon who Aas been on leave of absence is returning to teach in the departmental grades. New District teachers Are Violet l. Borden. U.c.l.a., director of Resea Reb and guidance and Barbara Ruth Willcox. education intermediate grades. A new first Avenue teachers Are Ruth f. Hunter l.a., 2b Betty j. Heath Arizona state kindergarten Ethelynd h. Thompson Huntington College iud., 1a Nancy b. Turkington. West Chester state. Penn., in Agues s. Cullen Kearney state teachers neb., English Ruth l. Hunt Cornell social studies june Lindstrom Wittenberg University Ohio music Lucille m. Nollac u.s.c., girls physical education Thomas Vav. Rogers red ands boy play ical education Dorothy b. Tripp Eastern Illinois state Art and Victo e. Dixon miss Fulmer a training school kindergarten assistant. New teacher at Holly i l be Virginia k Manger University 01 Pennsylvania Kinde a ten assistant. Teaching at Santa Aluta will be Ruth s. Ammon. Walla Walla Cal Etc Wash. 1a-2b Gladys Kazarian. Bradley univ Tristy 111. 3b Esther l. Lazenby. Win Mington col lege ind. 5a and Helena Scofield Hillcrest Hospital mum nurse and clerk. National guard week proclaimed by cily Council citizens asked to support drive in a proclamation issued yesterday the City Council designated next week As National guard week Iii Arcadia and called for All citizens to support the efforts of the National guard officers Iii their recruiting drive. I he 980th Field artillery battalion with Headquarters ii a Nadia has undertaken recruitment to full peacetime strength As authorized by the Federal government. As the drive started. Col. William Gasman commanding officer addressed the chamber of Commerce City Council and other civic groups seeking their support. Tire chamber immediately organized a military affairs committee of j f. Hal Roach charlatan Verne Wickham and police chief William Cahill. With the National guard plan Ning to erect a $400 000 armory building it was believed that a full complement in the local 980th would be an additional commendation of Arcadia As a National guard Center. The proclamation reads a whereas the National guard if an essential Branch of our peace time defense and plays an important role in the life of this Community and whereas the Fedr a1 government has authorized the recruitment to Iii peacetime strength in the City of Arcadia of the 980th Field artillery battalion one of the outstanding units of the National guard of the United states Quot therefore the City Council of Hie City of Arcadia hereby designates the week commencing sept i 1947, As National guard week for All arcadians and recommend to All of the citizens of Arcadia that support be Given to the efforts of the officers of the 980th Field artillery battalion in their Endea through this Means to serve country at Home. Dated at Arcadia California this 28th Day of August 1947. Albert Adcock councilman. Ernest Leeper councilman. Charles Nugent councilman. C. Loree Russell councilman. M. H. Ormsby Junior chamber holding paper drive saturday Campaign to Cut City s fire Hazard with tand in lion Artimo a Ere Moon Church showing god of creation film tonight it 1 of by for Junior a rec no Fink my r Satu re hive. A in of trucks he big oper it bomber of in Bors today anal Preparative City wide Ellis fire chief a a pc r As j a me and urn in Boucher chairman the safety Council urged lie cooperation of All citizens in a Ling Down the City a fire Hazard. In As arc action a shown Christ. 7 30 vivid full color Cen s fre Tro Nomy and natural Scien featured in a the god of or sound motion picture to be by the a Nadia Church of at the masonic Temple a tonight. The Public is invited. Produced in Moody Institute of science West coast department of Moody bibl0 Institute by Irwin a Moon. So. D., a tile god of creation is the second in a series of evangelistic films. The first film by or. Moon. A they live forever a had a Large showing in All parts of the country. Through Photomicrography the audience Peers into the microscopic world of a drop of water and observes the complexity of tiny organisms enlarged More than a million times. In and his Junior Cham in acted every Home by a reminder of the drive. In posters advertising vere placed in the Bank branches the West a store and the Post a guard gets first rps arses Ivo out Call the of Gillett named Lions Secretary Frank Gillett was named Sec Cary of the Lions club yesterday replacing Art Whipple resigned. Army air forces spurn Hardwick race Challenge claiming his p-51 Mustang beat an or Force Jet fighter on get away Jack Hardwick has need to race his ship for a single 1 15-mile Lap against one of the army s p-80 shooting stars. Hardwick proposed that the test begin from a standing Start Foi one run around the course set up for the Thompson trophy race at the National Ai races at Cleveland. An air Force spokesman pointed out that the service pilots do not enter competitive events with civilians or other branches of the armed forces nor do they race one Ype of Craft against another. A Chuck arrived in Cleveland a his week with his plane Quot Batty jetty after being forced Down in Indiana 011 his flight from aready. City recreation director arrives from Colorado Eugene Bowen City recreation director a Rived monday from Colorado. B6wen conferred with the cite recreation commission at a meeting monday night and went Over the current program with s and Tribune sports writers Bowen will have his offices in the red Cross building temporarily. The former Santa Maria recreation director said he hoped among Ether things to establish some kind i of a City league for softball . 1 the first of two observation air planes tor up 01 the 980th Field artillery battalion National guard in Arcadia arrived at Van Guys Airport this week from the East and will shortly be transferred to its Home Fie d at Monrovia Airport acce Ding to col. W. M. Gosman commanding. 1 the plane carries three men and can be used As an ambulance plam As Well As for training in artillery i observation has a 140-horsepower j engine radio and All the latest i equipment for the training of a Lineal guard fliers and observers. Arcadia veterans and Young men pm 17 up Are invited to join the National guard and learn to Fly. A special drive is being conducted for rec. Nits Between now and National guard Day sept. 16. Sloppy Drivers Knock off two fire hydrant Paul rim tier men mail with 1 meanwhile the event v of America Nadia drug i office. In an Effort to it up the City the Junior chamber has asked every family in Arcadia to collect la old newspapers and magazines tie them in bundles and place them on the c re or out in front of the Hose. Early saturday morning the trucks will Start to Roll and the collection will continue until every House is covered if it takes until sunday morning Thorsen said. In addition to minimizing fire Hazard the drive will also Aid civic projects which will Benefit from proceeds of the drive. Following collection of the bundles. Members of the Junior chamber will meet at the Home of Austin Shively for a Barbecue. Spot announcements will be made about every hour starting today Are Kwiw to remind Arcadia listeners of the drive. Arrangements for the airings were made by Phil Miller. Arcadia s Maze of construction foils two trucks �?~3 Knock Ivers. Two fire hydrants were Aff this week by Sloppy d dragged 30 feet from its connection a fifth Avenue hydrant was found Fri Lay night with Blue paint in it and Brok in Tail Light Glass on the Street. Edith Blomquist of Monrovia jumped the curb saturday night at Santa Anita and Madre and mashed a second plug. Saddle stolen i heft of a Brown exercise Saddle from the d Rnell ranch 225 South Baldwin Avenue was reported to notice hero sunday. Til a Saddle a valued at $125. The number of unobstructed North South streets in the Southern part of Arcadia reached a new Low this week. Installation of sewers Gas Mains j Telephone lines and other construction work limited North and South travel to second Avenue yesterday. Sewers were being dug put in covered up or Laid out on a half dozen streets. Starting at Holly and Duarte one Crew moved West along Duarte to Baldwin and up Baldwin to Fairview. Meanwhile workers installed the line along tenth Avenue from live Oak to Camino real and on Al Monte North from live Oak to around Leroy. Work started tuesday on the sixth Avenue line no. The from live Oak. A Gas main was being Laid along the East Side of Holly from Duarte o Walnut a Telephone Cable was going in on the West Side of double drive and a portion of double drive was being widened 20 feet in front of the new school. A portion of first Avenue was blocked off for the painting of in i zone lines and part of Huntington drive was obstructed by installation of a water line just East of first Avenue. At least two persons failed to solve the Maze a panel truck being bailed out of the ditch on Al Monte near Wisteria tuesday and another truck getting stuck on Duarte. Ruth Mclaren found in Michigan went through $2,000 in seven Days Ruth Clenti tied according mrs Alice Mclaren and is being he to information received Russell Mclaren Anc according to reports police by a Beauty parlor suspicious when the Young girl tempted to tip her a Huger Aine than her entire Bill Carne top it investigated and found thar she 15 of 22 a no Street has been i by pol in Ann Arbor mich., Gay her parents or. Anti local police this week. Miss Mclaren was reported to operator who said she became a Tribune bulletin photo. Vet pet Boh Bowman Breaks news to Quot Duke that he was noted oldest Pigeon at county Park pet show. Duke at 14. Is three years older than Boh. Drunk ignores two Stop signs Atte. He bused his Way through Avo St p signs on Huntington drive Isaac Mendenhall of Bloomington was arrested tuesday and fined $150 for drunk driving. Mendenhall failed to Stop at double drive also ignored first Avenue and was finally arrested at fifth and Huntington. He had a half gallon Jug of wine in the front seat with him according to police j reports Only $400 of the original $2 400 with which she left Arcadia left in her Possession but that her hotel room was filled with expensive Cli thin. A fur coat and radio. Ann Arbor police report that to girl told them she met a University it Michigan St Dent in Pasadena and went with Hun to Annar Bot and that he had taken $1,000 of her Money. Upon hearing of the possible whereabouts of their daughter. Or. And mrs Mclaren immediately called Mclaren a sister mrs Leonard Bishop of Detroit who went to Ann Arbor and made a positive report mrs. To sought Reserva to leave tor Annio 30 a. In. Yes a will meet her it her Home. Mclaren who is with Industrial identification. Following this i Aren immediately mis and was Able Arbor by Twa at Aday where she Nighter and brim in commenting valid cd Home it Psi Ning said that he wished to Ink the polite Lur their Assia Tancer id especially to thank sgt William it of the Arcadia Jagt uce for in in and understanding. Ii disappeared from Arcadia in morning of last week with she had taken from a can in the rear of her Home and Rumo and $2 400 Burlet until Ruc Day was unreported. Mile will be a Sophomore at m a o. This in i

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