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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - January 19, 1947, Arcadia, California Arcadia bulletin sunday morning edition of the a a help publish y oui Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood Call at. 7-2131 news of your family and friends am a ii Adia mus oily must face increased costs for new school Board opens bids decision postponed Arcadia must ire prepared for High costs Iii the construction of the new Santa Anita school. This became evident when bids wore opened by the school Board at a meeting wednesday night. Scanning figures presented by contractors the Board f und that Arcadia will have to contend increased costs As has been the Case near by communities. The bids were taken under a Vinemont and no definite Date was set of announcement of a decision j Haive and r be of Arcadia submitted the Low bid of $538,192 j outlier bids were William c. Crowell co., of Pasadena $<101,000 Baruch i corp of los aug Des $603,291 c w Driver inc., of los Angeles $638,690 and Haddock engineering i Arcadia cafe Tri. F los Angeles. $707,000. The proposed school would by in is. A. Bennett coordinating group meeting tomorrow noon a rangers ends have been made to accommodate the Laige crowd expected to turn out at the Arcadia Community coordinating Council meeting tem Row noon at the West Pierre Kenyon executive Secre pupils Are urged to accompany them s newly formed on the opening Day. Tills will enable Arcadia Monrovia District will be them to become acquainted the composed cd four unit. These will tar of la Myca a newly Ormed i in a opening Day. This will enable embrace 16 classrooms a Kinder-1 Barton an admin St air n building p a sent to exit lain the work of hits Anet a combined cafeteria and a animation. Speech arts unit. I mrs l Austin president of superintendent e. E. Westerhouse the children a clinic will also speak revealed that die District has a i n that a manner in which the clinic plied to the Federal works Agency j a conducted. For an Advance for preparation of mrs. Charles a Bennett presi plans for the Hugo Reid Scho i Dent of the Council will give a sum High school my graduating 66 Here this week exercises to be held thursday at 3 p. In. Nampa of 60 Gra but1 ing seniors of Monrovia Arcadia Duarte Bligh he Moi who will receive their diplomas at in i it i year commencement exercises to be held at 8 j. In. Thursday i in the High school auditorium were released this week by supt. A. K. Wilson. The Grad i hating class numbers 27 girls and 33 boys seven of the latter o whom returned in then Cia is atle Erving in the armed forces. Robert j. Bernard director of the j graduate Scho i of Claremont col a legs will deliver the commence ment add Cis. Baccalaureate service for the Chi will be held this afternoon in the High school auditorium at 4 . With Rev. Roy w Oakland delivering i the Sermon. Members of the graduating clan ,.i a a a air Are As follows police departments Are now making an intensive study of Mon mane Anderst Ruth Marian first Aid methods under the instruction of Frank of. Smith b Riser Doris Ruth by Nett Luba director of first Aid for the Pasadena chapter american red Roe Amburg Ca cd Jeanne g. I teacher and t Obain in Cross. Called upon for action in All types of emergency the Ham Dorothy sue Griffith Marc forty five pupils to get diplomas at first Avenue forty five students will graduate from first Avenue school thursday afternoon. Following the graduation address by Rev. Will m Hildebrand the senior class will be pre enter by Don Miller principal and the diplomas will of awarded by f e Demci Home District superintendent. A varied musical program has Bren Plann cd for the graduation Quot exercises. The second semester in Arcadia schools will begin Jan. 27. All beginning kindergarten pupils will attend their respective school. According to our custom those attending tile morning sections will be advanced to the afternoon sections. Pupils May be admitted to beginning kindergarten it they will be four years and six months of age on or before feb. I pupils May be admitted to the first Grade if they will be five years and six months of age on or before feb. I. Parents Are requested to bring their child a birth certificate. Pupils shall be admitted Only during the first school month four week parents of beginning kindergarten Board decision ends West Arcadia Rumor association members to support chamber How it s done i Cank h. Smith director of first Aid for the in Asai Iem chapter Arm Rickun red Cross Demon states proper Iron ment of log fracture to members of the Arcadia fire and police departments. The a a fracture belongs to Jim Nellis fire chief victim of Smiths realistic make up for demonstration purposes. Tribune bulletin photo ensure fired Quot partner studying methods of first Aid treatment preparing for any emergency members of the fire and Arcadia realtor installed As Fleer to be built on the Rancho. I Mary of the federation meetings 1 held in los Angeles and will bring to the Council Many interesting phases of Council objectives for tile j coming year. Child a formation regarding the child. The Chi res Oil double sessions in the primary Grad grades i 2, o. 3. Will Chang schedules starting Jan. 27. The classes now attending the morning sea Ion Wal change to the afternoon be Stoa Ann v. . Fire department has handled cases of drowning hanging iou Edith Hill Ann Lucile Jaquith Arn attends conference Thurman Keim director of tile veterans service Bureau attended a meeting of service officers of the state department of veterans affairs in los Angeles Friday. The Board of directors of the local a a Bureau met thursday night for iou j. W Jarboe is building a new Tine business Nesbitt Home at second and Camino real presiding. And intends to move in by March i. Monrovia building new Home Here Arizona radio Man to address . Banquet firs destroys tack room. Timing the entire Interior of the tack room lire broke out in one end of barn number 36 in the race track Stab in area thursday after Joi Mug electric Shock Gas. Heal if us. And suffocation in addition to hundreds of minor first Aid Case such As Shock Snake bite cuts Burns and fractures. Thru Are plenty of places to drown in Arcadia including Bald Lake the three cities farm a it a Dorothy May Skinner wills Barbarale Vera John on Peg. Ann Lee Mary Magdalene Mckinn leis Jean Miller Carolyn Jane Moore. Viginia May Mur pin. Ray Netta rodins Dorothy Jean Anc a-,011. Jan Sanford. D Rothy Mae simple in i thu r. Dent George tag German of Baldwin Park vice president Charles Rhoads. San Gabriel. Be i a a tary treasurer Ai t Fessler. Alhambra Serges it at is and Emmett love Alhambra president. Mark notting Given a life membership Anil an engraved Mili iroc f Seif winding watch tic 11 for his work during win Reservoir the Wash near Tyler Avenue in particularly the county the race track fire department and the Arcadia Chy fire department. Neon. The lire was ext Ingui lied by j the gravel pits and Many private swimming p of. Drowning is jus one of the Many Dang s that the City a firemen have to keep constantly in mind. Racing the fire failed to reach any led Maag president of tile Boa d Yle approximately $300 of directors has announced the View from the Foothills it was frosty anyone else noticed that on c id mornings there Are very Likely to be gulls sailing around Over Arcadia if there is a naturalist Iii the House will he kindly explain this for that matter they used to be seen in cold weather As tar from Large bodies of water As the Plains country of Western Kansas. They seemed t be interested in slowed land. Anco her thing that goes a Snappy morning like thursdays is that pervading Murk from smudge pots. Some Lump it the Indus Ial fumes that plague us and Call it smog but this Purist sue Gest s t hat a better term would be smurf. A third sure sign of a Frost is Taftt. The water department phone rings in the morning c a plaints from citizens whose pipes Are Frozen. There were six of Mem last thu Day. Hard to figure just what the water dept could do about it. Antiquity there was an item in a news broadcast last week about an Arizona Prospect r who found strange cylindrical Little stones. Curious he sent Mem to the smithsonian for some enlightenment. Answer name Back according to this news broadcast that they were petrified Reeds and the baffling thing was that they were identical in St Tucture Reeds which were known t have flourished along the Nile Ages ago. And nowhere else. Well Here a another yarn linking Arizona ancient Egypt. One Day years ago a Parte of mormon bowmen stopped at my Camp f r dinner. Them Days we it dinner at noon like respectable people you Rick Lect a lot of talk went around abou4 doings on the Ranee and it was mentioned that their Host aimed t a go when a Man a put out Quot in Tii Ose Days and in that country he was understood to be journeying trance there were vast Chambers within. They explored As far As they dared without lights and As they returned to the ent Anes one f them saw where they had scuffed away the earn la on the floor and exposed the resting place of some disk Shaw Ted object. Lighting matches they searched and found the Coin that had been Given of me. What the owner wanted was t r me to take it East and show it to some College Sharp who might know what it was. Well my friends will never k of and neither will i. One widely travelled person who examined it said the symbols on the Coin were egyptian undeniably. Later i to lied it Over t a school marm Friend whose brother was an Egypt Logist Iii an Eastern uni ver Ity. She sent the Coin to him. But soon afterwards she tired of teaching in the wilds of Montana where we then were and left it giving us her address. We never did know what happened to the Coin. Maybe its a better so Ory so. Cold facts might have spoiled it. Call of the wild co id anything be to e touching than the Way of a lad a Skunk probably mrs. Elsie p Fri principal of Holly school can think of plenty of things that could. A Friend of mine especially esteemed because he thought of me when he had a go d Story tells How two Holly Avenue school kids struck up an acquaintance a Kunk that they found on their Way to school they took memories of a he pm Linter on to school them and Holly school was in an uproar. With a i rooms permeated windows Flung wide and kids turned out to play until the air became usable again. A you la have to come after y or mrs. Porn is said to have telephoned a Mother a bib you la Santa Anita District annual banquet will be Hel l feb. 7 at 6 30 . At the Al Monte High school cafeteria room. The main speaker of the evening will be h Ward Pyle of Phoenix Ariz. Pyle is an Active Church Man. Is program director of station Kjar of Phoenix and is an outstanding news commentator. H follow d All of the phases of the War in the s uth Pacific area and was a he official comment Ato. Of the surrender of Japan. His topic will be a peace a which follows the theme of the banquet a a youth its your world a other persons on the or Gram for the evening will include Leonard Morganthaler baritone soloist the Al m note accordion band which will furnish dinner music los my Sicos choir of Al Monte High Scho i and Roy Madson personnel direct of of Helms bakery. Madson is a very Strong and Active Yemc a. Layman and will act As toastmaster for tile evening. The annual banquet committee consists i Lawrence w. Newman chairman Joe i. Neer. George j g of i cd Lamar l. Hill Garland t. I Rouce Roy Schlemmer Walter Jackson Leroy Morgan Cecil Coo i Ley and pier e Kenyon . J Secretary. J the Santa Anita District includes i Arcadia Duarte Al m note Monro via. And Sierra Madre. Those in a Terestea in attending the banquet j May obtain tickets at the i ofic Quot. 235 soul la Myrtle in Monrc-1 via. The Telephone Rovia 6721 damage was reported to department. The fire City Council to open sewer bids tuesday bids on construction of the municipal sewer system will be opened at the req alar meeting of the City Council tuesday night. City attorney t. Guy Cornyn Vil introduce the proposed curfew ordinance for its first Reading. Jane Sloan. Vera May Swanson Patricia Jean Thomson Dorothy Elizabeth Welch Bettye Jean White Mary Ann Wooller. Belva Worrell Shirley Louise Wright. Charles Logan Anderson. Robert co Nelius Bennett Stanley Donald Ralph Cox her la Clarence Dandridge Clifford Raymond dorms David Merle Davidson Jack b. Firner Norman Charles Francis f the in Alator in order to Jacoc Gra Psi Joseph Spence had maximum Effort at revive _ a a Assi j ant retiring Ham wa1 in the Cly tary Watt in a Purec his term of office. Highlight of the entertainment period was the in nutation of two live pigs to two members of the business a withdraw ii if or merc it association at i or thursday Niht voted to a of tint Iii support of the Harn Ber. While retaining their member hip in the chamber the association members will devote their Active efforts to the West Arcadia business District according to Harold e. Oberland president. This decision was made following the announcement of the new Cham her Board of directors on which the West Arcadia District is not represented and the resignation of Sarnia i h Owens cd Ember president. Livery member of the new chamber Board is in business in the downtown arca. The new directors Are John a i Faries Roy Long Paul Kennedy Frank Gillett and Bill Petersen. Reelected was Clifford Lance. Lance and Kennedy attended the meeting of the association thursday night and assured the West Arcadia by mess men that the chamber will continue to work for the Good of Arcadia As a whole. A the meetings decision not to withdraw Oberland said Friday a was rec ignition of past Good work of the chamber under the leadership of such men As Samuel Owens George sprains and members of the lid Board of directors As Well As the work of William d. Libby secrecy led out on a drowning Case each fireman must know artificial respiration in Addis in to the operation assure maximum ing the victim. The whole department is being trained in these techniques. Each fire Man has his own textbook on first Aid and classes a e held each monday and tuesday afternoon at 2 . In Between classes the individual student reviews the material Iii preparation club. They w the animal., before they could claim their Psi is. Now Nrec years old the Valley organization Lias 25 Arcadia member. It is the first Chib in tile a male so Temple Toupnot the new a a Strong chamber is essential in i City like Arcadia a he continued a however no Ushers of the association v in pronoun Day disappointed in the outcome of the chamber elec Rion which left West Arcadia Ralph Cullen Hankins Richard Carol Holle Cecil Arnett Hooks Leroy Martin Jirschefske Kidd on James Kidd. Robert Jack la Rouche Wayne Ross Morisette w hum Franklin Murray Grady b. A d e or. William Owens r Bort Judson Raey Jack c. Reeves Ronald Dale Regan j. B Roberts Lawrence Baxter to equip an entire Ward. Walter Thiel a guest speaker a 1 i s-1 j a y j a a a tomorrow for the final examination. Those Roziine. Thomas Walter Ross Don who pass Are Given a red Cross Ai Jarthur Schroeder Harold staff City represented at league meet card indicating the Holder As qualified to administer first Aid to red Cross standards. The red Cross furnishes the induct n to any group interested in starting first Aid training. The passes Are made doubly interesting City attorney i. Guy Cornyn rep by demonstrations. Realistic make resented Arcadia at a meeting of up reproduces the actual injury in the league of California cities in Abling the student to visualize More Glendale thursday night. Clearly the proper treatment. The City is now vitally interested in the activities of the league since the organization Lias shown an interest in the possibility of a larger distribution of race track revenues Cornyn said. Dim i tug a Civie affairs and the Church Quot Walter Thiel Deputy City Walter Leslie Strandburg Cha Les clerk of los Angeles will address Wilbur so Rong jr., robot r. Vent n. Richard Albert Wilson. Baccalaureate members of the menus Fellowship club of the Arcadia Community Church at a dinner program tomorrow. The program will also include Community singing led by Roger Smith and several baritone solos by Mike Stivers. Dinner will be served attempt to choke the co id so Fine alleged illegal immigrant arrested being held by Arcadia police for questioning by the u. S. I Migra Arre. Ted for trying to choke his Mother. Robert Hamilton 44. Unemployed Painter pleaded guilty to a charge of Battery and was fined $50 and Enten cd to 30 Days in Tion authorities this week was eur jail in City court Friday. The jail Gene Bishop 22-year-old Canadian sentence was suspended. Mrs. Bertha Warneck 421 san Antonio Road reported to police that who was arrested at a fifth Avenue Motel thursday. Bishop is alleged to have entered her son. Who is waiting to go Back number is Mon-1 this country illegally. He had been into the Navy does nothing and in Arcadia Only three Days. Won t even Cut the the annual mid term baccalaureate service f r the Winter g add at ing class at mad. Will be held in at 6 15 p. Rn., in the Church soda the High school auditorium this Hall. Afternoon at 4 pm. A a this service i in Char of of the ministerial association. Rev. Roy , of the Christian Church will add is the glad a e on the theme a Tim main the High Choc la a if so of corp. Under the supervision of Che Ter them of the High Clr Al vocal department will offer special music for this occasion. The Public is cordially invited to attend his service. Since this year mid term class is be of the Large in the history of the Scho i the baccalaureate has Bern schedule d for the audio Crim to accommodate the Large c of i expected to attend. Chamber of Commerce Hames Nev director crippled children s Hospital to be out representation on Hie Board of built in los Angeles. The club plans Oberland expressed the Assoc actors thanks to Lance and Kennedy for their Effort to heal the breach. Meted educator be speak Here Friday night highlight ing the program for . Fathers night at Holly Avenue school Friday will be a talk by or. Frank c. Baxter n Ted . Professor. According to mrs. R. Let. Miller program chairman or. Baxter will be introduced by one of his Tenner student f. Hal Roach publisher and editor of a he Tribune. Many other f his students who Are now arcadians will be on hand to Greet or. Baxter. Preceding the speaker and a pro ram toy the school orchestra will be a dinner served in the cafeteria beginning at 6 by a committee Cen. Isling of mrs. Geo. chairman mrs. H. Adams mrs. H. A Dunn. Mrs. L. Frisbie and m s. Gerald Pearson. Tickets f r the dinner Are to be placed on Sale at the school on tuesday and their Sale will close Ai wednesday. Children Are in True Ted to bring $1 for adult dinners and 50 cents for the children a plate. The committee in charge has made plans for the serving of the dinner without any be having to so and in line. It is particular dressed that everyone is to go into die auditorium upon arrival at the school. Waiting will be done in Tho auditorium where music will be ennui to arrangements have been made tor the care f Small children Din Loii Den District ight installation be delayed i to on of lights in the new . Degrees night., ing about Maul becoming h hic hts heating a. Rn., b ported in id1 u specks in Monrovia Judy gue. T Moor jul a he or he pc cake la c a to maybe los Angeles Kansas probably have to make him walk. City or somewhere in civilize to n. Hearing of my Corning departure. One of my friends took from ins pocket a strange crude Coin of Copper. It to ked centuries old. There was a Serpent around a he Tim of it and there were Birds cats and Wavy lines As i Remetin a r. Also in the design the g est relat d that he and some of his Eow punching colleagues had recently discovered at the fort of the while mountains a Cave that they were sure no other White people knew of. Once you negotiated the Lowen Nob do would stand to be in a car what us Stuffy grownups May fail to understand is that if a fellow just consorts around a Kunk for a Little while he gets used to things and does t notice anything wrong. Us id Skunk fanciers can vouch for that too there u cd to be another school of a Hought which held that a go d. Lung searing dose of Skunk j fumes would cd e the most deep seated respiratory trouble. And if p ool is wanting who Ever heard. Of a Skunk delicate lungs Al. C. Long elected to the chamber of Commerce a 1947 Hoard of directors this week was Roy Long who headed the chamber a decoration committee in 46. Kennedy also serving on the new Board will be Paul Kennedy another member of the chamber a decorating committee last year. Gillette formerly president of the Arcadia merchants association and Secretary treasurer of the joint Rose float committee Frank Gillett is another new member of the �?T47 chamber Board. Fariest Active in the chamber last year As a member of the Light dedication committee was John Faries 47 director. Petersen fifth member of the new Board is Bill Petersen. Cliff Lance was re elected to Complete the 1947 directorate. I tract area is one of the speak t said. County a a Mechanic Alo is tins week ring system d tile District map my on their Way a any next week in actual ins to Ila in by tile Scarcity in estimated 213 it a a Light it every District and Otic too feet. The biliary est in this

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