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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - July 24, 1947, Arcadia, California Help publish your Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood Cal at. 7-2131 with news of your family and friends two sections a sixteen pages Sanita Sage Aik Adi a in Tho Santa be Booklet of information for t Velera on the chief is i he information that Arcadia Means a Rural it also says Arcadia has 98 per cent pure Mountain water Mem risque a he was apparently talking a Little off color As they sat in the lounge car and suddenly in a Lull of conversation you could hear her say Quot you talk like Steinbeck Quot wonder if he knew what she meant p e o i l e a the War certainly moved a lot of people around. Europe has its misplaced millions and we in the United states shuffle folks All Over tile map during a War. The women seem to take the Brunt of this movement. They seem to be our modern women pioneers in practically every town in these United states tin e Are brides who came Home with their Soldier boy. These boys stationed in All parts cd tile country fell in love and married girls who suddenly find themselves installed in a new Home in new surroundings and sometimes under trying conditions. A Book could be written about them. We hear a lot about the girls who leave their husbands and so on Why not something about the ones who Are sticking and staying on the Job a Case in Point is Down in a Small desert town in Southern Utah. Down there is a War Bride who deserves a medal. She and her two Little ones Are living in what will some Day be a filling station cafe and grocery. Right now it is a three sided Shack Hoveling around a Gas pump. One Side is covered with canvass Lack of building materials you know. The hot Day was creeping into the Small Shack. Flies were everywhere. One child was asleep on a pile of blankets in the rim of a Large truck tire. The other underfoot. In spite of tile mess the four of them were living on a. My cots in the ten by ten office she was smiling and Brave but there was almost a sob in Lier voice when she said Quot of course it Isnit much like where i used to live in Vermont Quot average month seen in local building plan Muller to expand Westerner hotel in Ere an a average month building was expected h with the granting of permits Worth $383,150 through july 22. City building officials figure $400,000 As t he average during the current building situation. Permits for $27,000 in new construction at the Westerner were issued to Walter Muller who plans to add to hotel units and a rec cation room the additional Nii dings will be located Between he hotel and the theatre parking lot enclosing the 1 swimming Pool and Patio on tile third Side. A new sign is also included in tile plans. Among new Homes being planned Here Are Winston Baird a $35,000 Home at 979 fallen Leaf Lester v. Langley acres from Holly to Al Monte Between Palm anti Las Tunas is still zoned re. According to City building officials Many inquiries have been received about a rumoured r-3 status for the area. Injured drunk Driver fined sent to jail with his injured nose still bandaged Luke Ona Dado 52, Monrovia was lined $150 in City court Monda and sentenced to 85 Days in the co. Qty jail for drunk driving. Judge Noren Eaton suspended 75 Days of the jail sentence pending payment of the Fine. Guardado a car struck a second automobile driven by Wilbur e. Longanecker 23, san Gabriel on the left rear fender at first and i Colorado sunday evening Guardado suffered a Cut nose when his glasses broke in the crash. Girl rider thrown found unconscious found unconscious after being thrown from a horse in the Field near Al Monte and Palm Joan Caldwell 2733 Winthrop was taken to the Temple City emergency hos i Pital tuesday afternoon. The girl was bruised and shaken and Sui feed from Shock. The runaway horse owned by Florence Seaman 541 Lemon was caught by Rosemary Armstrong to and her Mother mrs. Roy f. Armstrong 348 Palm. Mrs. Seymour rites tuesday and Arcadia news algal a California thursday july 24, 1947 creation of a modern sewer system vol. Xxx no. 30 itch Digger actually at a Cir pipe actually being a to have carried on an to secure this essential can at last relax in the completion a pointed As a committee Perkins present mayor Caddy toward the goal system for Arcadia. I tempt to have the Rita postal Plant in the belief been voted Down some ritually be built in a Teeth in he was on his Way to the dentist. That a Why i guess the appearance of double drive Parkway up near Huntington drive where they Are Busy Clearing away for the traffic lights pained him so. They have yanked a dozen or More big Trees out by the roots and As he looked of the mess he was heard to moan. Quot gee that Stile Way my face is going to look when tile Doc gets the Dougli with night life lots of night activity going on in our part of san Gabriel Valley. Rom Gold Hill Monrovia tile other night you could see dozens of flashing lights which Means night Ball Golf driving ranges Badminton courts and other methods of healthful outdoor recreation. Tuesday night Monrovia packed the stands with a red a game the indoor gym was packed with basketball both driving ranges he e were full and people were out of doors having a Good time. This sort of thing is going on All Over California and one of the prime movements Back of this Type of recreation development is the California youth authority. Nice work Duff Ley a $17,500 residence at 1001 Panorama and $18 500 Home for Hal i son at 120 West Sycamore or. And mrs. Frank Cooke a Home a resident of Arcadia for 25 year $9500 at 65 Magna Vista and a mrs. S. Aha Seymour died monday �?�>9000 residence for Leonard Fullmer a Ier Horn at 816 West Dua to jr., Al 435 Cortez. F. G. Mckeighen services will be held at the Chapel will build a $10,500 Home at 167 of the Valley Lee r Hill mortuary Lemon. The Mcgraw Brothers will build neighbouring Homes on Paloma drive. L. A. Mcgraw plans a $14,000 House at 965 Paloma and b. R. a $13,000 dwelling next door. Office buildings Are planned by c. P. Cassady a i 84 West Huntington and by Willard Hagen at 826 South Baldwin. Hagen a building will include a sales room. A new $4000 store will be built by j. E. Mcdonnell at 140-142 Las Tunas. Other developments on the building front include an addition to the guest House at the w. Parker Lyon Home on Orange Grove a new Wash rack at Santa Anita motors a $2500 deep f Veeze room for j. F. Hill at 154 East Longden and a $3250 Hobby shop for w. R. Graham at 316 West Longden. Tuesday with interment at mount am View cemetery. A native of Illinois mrs. Sey Mour is survived by her husband Budd w. Seymour and two Sisters mrs. J. W. Wasson of Galesburg 111., and miss Della Davis of Cid Cago. Sex first Avenue principal made . Professor Whittier dam Deal shelved congressional efforts to App opiate funds for the army to proceed with the construction of the Whittier Narrows dam were ended for another year this week when word came from Washington d. C., that the Senate appropriations committee had completed work on the Bill and has recommended no funds for this project. Congressman Richard Nixon who has been actively engaged in defeating the proposed appropriation stated tuesday that no further attempts wll be made to revive the Issue this year. Or. D. Lloyd Nelson former assistant county superintendent of schools and former principal of first Avenue school will become an associate professor in the University of Southern California school of education. He will assume his new Post when the 1947-48 term begins in september. Or. Nelsons designation As assistant pm qty school superintendent was announced saturday by superintendent c. Trillingham of san his teaching Carcer Ai the first Avenue school in 1929, or. Nelson became principal in 1937. He j was then superintendent of the Temple City school and in 1942 assumed his assistant county superintendent position. With the i Chain drive work on Duarte Road and the s Laid the hundreds of Arcadian almost continuous ten year Batt improvement for any modern ci1 knowledge that nothing now can prevent tin of their dream from the time that he was of one by tile then mayor Albe m. Homer Ormsby has worked of a Complete and modern Sewe following the unsuccessful join the county sanitation District in 1938, the Council immediately began to plan for acquiring suitable prop erty for a City owned sewerage it that while the first attempt a form of sewer system would e Nadia. Mayor a Perkins working through former mayor a n. Multer arranged for the City to acquire land in the san Cabrie River Bottoms and this along with a strip leading from the City limits to ii was incorporated into the City. At the same time work was begun in the office of City Engineer Glen Watson on the drafting of plans for a City wide system. It might be revealed Here that Koebig and Hoe big City sewer engineers on the final drafting of plans stated that this work done Well in Advance by the local Engineer office saved the City Many thousands of dollars at Ven Little Cost. Early in 11 15, mayor Ormsby called a meeting of representatives of All civic and sen ice organizations of the City to work with the Council in developing a sewer plan. Albert Perkins was elected chairman of this committee. The committee went right to work and on May 8, 1945, the City went to the polls and voted at a ratio of eight to one to Bond itself for $750,000 for a City sewer system. Shortly after its creation this committee had received a request from a. N. Pawn county sanitation District Engineer for the privilege of presenting a new and drastically different program for joining the sanitation District through creation of a separate sanitation District for this Section of the foothill area. Strongly opposed to joining the county plan at the beginning the group gradually came to realize that under the new plan Arcadia was in a position to save Many thousands of dollars in actual construction costs As Well As operation costs and general nuisance Relief and so stated. Consequently Early in 1946, the committee voted to recommend to the Council that we join the county sanitation District and submit a Bond Issue for construction of a joint sewer system to the voters. Late in May this election was held and passed by a huge majority of Twenty three to one. A week later a Bond Issue of $350,000 to pay for the Mains and our part of the Over All county project was passed by the still greater majority of ninety three to one. Since that time it has been a race Between the craftsmen striving to Complete the1 highly technical plans for constructing the sewer and the contractors efforts to secure pipe. Both projects were completed on time and the work commenced As per contract Early this month and actual digging this week. Both the citizens committee which held regular sessions for nearly a year and one half and the Council which worked hard on the project off and on for nearly ten years As Well As the Home folks who backed them up All deserve much credit for helping to bring to Arcadia the one absolute essential heretofore lacking to make this a completely modern City. Hang on you cesspool sufferers your troubles Are almost Over. Ten companies invited to join Industrial exhibit chamber sponsoring part of exposition John o Keeffe Dies before son reaches Ireland within 24 hours after a Gerald m Oke fee had left arc Lor i Eland to nut Iii aging , word was received that father John o Keeffe 78, of t Nane county Limerick had a away. The elder of Keeffe had Beer poor health for several months it was his songs urgent h he would be Able to arrive time to see him. Recall e of time differ would have been father of Keeffe to it time for the liners Imp it be that Home in fences it sible to Home in City assessed valuation up four million Arcadia Worth almost $27,000,000 Gross ten Arcadia Industrial firms this week were asked to join in a local exhibit at the Southern California Industrial exposition at pan Pacific auditorium aug. 16-24. In a letter to the ten companies the c Hamber of announced that it was willing to sponsor an Industrial exhibit with the cooperation of he local firms and invited All ten o a meeting in the chamber office july 30 at to . To discuss plan for the exhibit. Clifford s. Lance will preside and All ideas on the exhibit will be Welcome the Etter stated. Quot we can have the space Quot said the letter Quot we Are willing. How boil you do you wish in this program some 200 000 View Morle Cherry adjutant first violins exhibit each year and it is the commander John met cd second american legion installs new Post officers with arcadians Claud Bizarri District commander As installing officer Glenn Dyer Post welcomed e. O. Tiny Ingstad As new to s commander tuesday night. Ingstad succeeded de Parmelee. O her new officers installed Wert opinion of this chamber that not Only will the firms taking part in this program receive a great amount vice commander George Buck finance officer Paul Edwards his. Torian Everett Woods chaplain. Of Benefit but the City will receive Sylvester Greiner and sergeant at Aims. Laverne Ferguson and adorable industries contacted were Burner devices Oil burners Crown Glass lenses Erick Nelson cabinets California furniture bedroom suites m. T. Strommen lip stick and compacts wills and Roberts plastics Barbour a preserves Theodore Kornweibel venetian blinds colonial blinds and Mckenzie engineering and manufacturing. Any other Indus y in Arcadia hat has not been contacted is Welcome to participate and is asked to Lave a representative at the july to meeting according to William d. Lobby chamber Secretary. Publication of the business directory of Arcadia sponsored by the chamber of , which was authorized by the Board of directors continued from Page 2 Bill Glynn. Two cars crash twice on foothill one Driver Hurt colliding twice in the space of a few seconds cars driven by Tom to Nosaka 1902 South sixth and Willia Wilbanks of Monrovia crashed at first and foothill sunday night. Nosaka told police be had turned left on foothill to proceed West when his car was hit on the right Side by Wilbanks car which then went a found in a Circle and struck him a second time. Wilbanks was treated for minor injuries a1 Monrovia Hospital. Dates set for annual fiesta tax men swarm into Arcadia for a picnic More than 1000 employees and families of the internal Revenue Leld a picnic sunday at the Santa Anita race track. Collector of internal Revenue Harry c. Westover was present and gave a Short talk As did other officials from the los Angeles office. A Barbecue featured the afternoon event. The head cashier of the internal Revenue department Rodney Pear on was picnic Host to More than 25 members of that division and their families at his Home 480 Lemon Avenue saturday afternoon new employment Agency opened opening its doors yesterday morning tile Arcadia employment Agency has gone into business at 51 East Huntington in room fou. In anticipation of new businesses moving in Here the Agency is anxious to sign prospective employees for Industrial and commercial work and All types of local hit run Driver sent to prison guilty of hit and run driving vacation spot Arcadia May be comparatively Rural As far As the los Angeles area goes but Frank j. Turba 63, la Maynard d. Olson was sent to the Mesa went a Little too far. County Road Camp for 30 Days by tuba made Camp in a vacant luf City judge Noren Eaton monday across from 201 Sierra Madre Boule Olson hit Gervais l. Berrey 853 Yard tuesday night and enjoyed ? Balboa at Huntington and old couple of hours of vacationing until ranch Road on the morning of june the police showed up. 23. _ Emmett Jordan Heads multiple listing division Emmett Jordan was elected president of the multiple listing division of the Arcadia realty Board at a meeting of the Boa. D of directors tuesday. Robert Hettenbach was named vice president and Sofia Johnson Secretary treasurer. A meeting of the division Wall be held july 29. Gear stolen from National guard building perhaps he was a Veteran with a touch of nostalgia for the Days in the service or maybe civilian clothes just Cost too much. But something compelled a burglar to break into the National guard building at Duarte and Al Monte and make off with three Field jackets and two pairs of combat boots. The burglar Jimmie the door to get in and went out through a Back door sometime Friday or saturday. First sgt. R. T. Lui of Headquarters Battery 980th Field artillery battalion described the stolen articles to police and estimated their value at $55. The burglary was reported by Captain Paul Taylor of Alhambra. I he City of Arcadia is Worth almost $27,000,000 according to Tho City auditors report of a j assessed valuation to the state Board of equalization this i week. Total Gross assessed valuation was $25,530,290. With exemptions totalling $1,611,-230, the net amounted to i $23,919,060. To this figure will be i added an estimated $950,000 value lion on Public utilities to be assessed a the Board of equalization. Compared to the 1946-47 figure of $19,580,395, the City s assessed valuation showed an increase of $4,338 665. Land Here was valued at $11,282,-500, secured improvements at $11,-25,040, and secured personal prop i erty at $1,482,000, for the total of $23,789,540 on the secured Roll which netted $22,211,510 after exemptions amounting to $1,578,030. On the unsecured Roll improvements were valued at $4,420 and i personal property at $1,736,330 for i a total of $1,740,750. After exemptions of $33,200, the unsecured net totalled $1,707,550. Total value of personal property in Arcadia amounted to $3,218,330. Exemptions were filed by 832 veterans amounting to $783,510 and five churches amounting to $62,590. Householders personal p property exemptions totalled $360,630 and other exemptions included schools $171,720 City p Sperty $137,910 county property $84,870 and Federal property $10,000. Junior chamber Dale Seymour Home from Hospital y town citizens picnic tomorrow sixty-1ive members of Arcadia a by a Dale Seymour churned Home f i town will travel to Indian Springs jobs there Are a few liminal of Day from the veterans Hospital at Pool in la Canada tomorrow for a the no o feels legs at Sawtelle. Where he underwent r Avener said ii non h r successful fenestration operation Wincz t f win be from 9 30 this is a highly last rites for Walter r. Funk set tomorrow services will be held tomorrow a 2 . For Walter r Funk 65, 301c Doolittle drive who died monday at his Home. A member of the Church of the latter Day saints Funk was a native of Utah my lived Here about project ideas new ideas for Junior chamber of activities Here were gleaned from the remarks of three Pasadena men a tuesdays meeting of the Junior chamber. Marvin Lee president of the Junior chamber in Pasadena presented Walter Hoeflin. William Kelley and George Colouris who told Arcadia members about profit making projects youth activities. My Public relations. Among the guests was Don Smith ate president of the Junior charmer of . Named to Heinie d 1 noon a membership committee for the which started yesterday were Bill Frank b. Lull completes trip through East Frank b. Lull 125 Eldorado returned tuesday by american airways from a four months visit in new York and Pennsylvania. He motored to the East in March with friends from Bradford penn., arriving there in time for the big blizzard that piled 12-foot drifts of Snow in front of the House. Shortly afterwards Bradford a worst flood inundated a Large Pait of the City. In visits to his old Home in Bing Hampton and Oneonta n. Y., he was impressed by the Lush Green of the country due to unrelenting rams. He experienced Only four Days of Sunshine in four months. Lull was welcomed at the los Angeles Airport by his daughter mrs. Alberta Hunt and grandson Warren who were taken through the plane by the two Friendly stewardesses. Cancer claims former Arcadian picnic. To years. Services will be held at the mor Jaekley and Frank Moss Barger. Mon Chapel at eighth and Shorb Iii j Alhambra with the Lee r. Hill mor . To 6 . Tion to restore hearing during next week the a by Quot Camp teary of Temple City in charge. In specialized opera will elect a Council and take an torment will be at Rose Hill overnight trip to a Covina ranch. Bookie suspect in Justice court tomorrow a Quot on h weath Rbee 38, will appear in Monrovia Justice court tomorrow on a charge of bookmaking. Weatherbee was a rested at 1731 Sci a sixth Avenue by chief of to ice William Cahill and detective sgt. William Orr. Daes for the sixth annual fiesta knights of Columbus de Santa Anita have been set for sept. 26-28. A. B. Cranston is chairman of the three Day event for this year with a. E. Rummery in charge of games. James Montpas of the Santa Anita club will supervise arrangements for the dance opening event of the fiesta. Night swimming starts at county Park aug. 6 night swimming at the olympic swimming Pool in Arcadia county a Ark will Start aug. 6, according to j. R. Wimmer director of the to Angeles county Parks and recreation department. Two nights each week during August tuesdays and f. Days from 7 to pm. The Pool will be open. Swimming fees for children at nine cents my 15 cents with adult fee 20 cents according to William Mcfarland. Playground director. New reflectors Are being installed this week and a full Crew of trained county life guards will be on hand for the opening. Silver King pigeons stolen memorial Park. Funk is survived by his wife i Minnie b. Funk a daughter m s. Wanda Petersen of Arcadia four i sons f. Burton Funk of Rosemead w. Lyle Funk of Arcadia i. Ber i Funk of Temple City and Marin j l. Funk of Al Monte three Sisters j mrs. Matilda Mortenson of Utah i mrs. Fiorina Bentley of Utah am i mrs. Clara Greehn of Wyoming brother Willard p. Funk of Sal i Bernardino and nine Grandchil-1 Dren. To meet wednesday a meeting of the newly organized knights of Columbus Council Here will be held july 30 at 8 . At the i Parish Hail. Ruby Pone the Council now has 84 members according to Cliff Malamphey chairman Twenty four Silver King pigeons were stolen from George d. Livingston 325 East Longden. Monday night according to police reports. Installation of new officers of the City employees Union has been postponed to july 29, Ladez and gentlemen i be. J. A a pop Wiltse proclaims Tho winners of the pet contest held during1 treat of the month Days in West Arcadia saturday. Left to right Are third prize Winner a Chico a Chihuahua owned by Dorothy Jean ates second prize Winner a Bonny Imper lass a Scott it owned by Joan Sayer 1702 Baldwin Avenue Wiltse and first prize Winner Springer Spaniel owned by Melvin Zatinsky 1129 North first Avenue shown with Melvin a sister Norma. Fairview resident leaves for Bay City mrs. E. J. Edwards. 1044 Fairview j Avenue and mrs. Henry Gunderson if Westwood left Early monday by i Uto for san Francisco where they a Vin spend a week at the Beautiful Home of the Christian science acne i Dent association. Sherwood shawls family increased a son was born to or. And mrs. Shei Wood h. Shaul 4245 Lynd Avenue july 18. Drunk Driver fined $150 arrested Early monday morning Donald a. Jennings 29, Pasadena Vas fined $159 for drunk driving Ity cout Jennings was stopped by Arcadia lice on Colorado near the upper a a a. William Draper 44, former a Dave Cadian died of cancer tuesday after d a a six months illness. Before moving to Temple City Draper lived at 540 Norman Avenue tor five years and a a employed by the City of Arcadia for a Short while. He was a native of London England. Services will be held at 3 . Saturday at Glasser and Miller mortuary with interment at live Oak in cemetery. He is survived by his wife Laura Nina daughter Virginia Alice i Mother mrs. Ellen Ruth Taylor j three Brothers and two Sis term South Arcadia seeking zone changes for creation of new business areas cation of additional business Art is in South Arcadia is asked in zone change proposals now before the i Ward of i Pervi sors. Public hearing has been set tor aug. 5 on proposed change of zone from Al Light agricultural to c-2, neigh Jor Hood business on the South venue to within too feet of doubt Irive. Included in he proposed Orth Side of unto Avenue the hearing will one change on live Oak bet and Center sin up o of a live Oak from fourth a variation held of Sev Equall Patlon halt Brush f ire a Brush fue in the Santa Anita Wash near Woodland was put out by the City fire department tuesday afternoon. Petitioners have asked that tis a Muirty allow this property to b used for any purpose allowable under cd restricted business with off Street parking. William j. Fox regional planning Engineer would have discretionary Power in governing the types a it business in the area. Quot the owners have been a it it a Sam the i earing will be sics of the Board of present oust ass Sones in the area include ail b or Corners of Peck Ai d i ii Oak in c-2 the North tide of live Oak Between tenth Avenue and i and c-3 the n ast and Southeast Corners of sixth and live Oak c-2 and the Atis do of live Oak for 364 feet East of double drive 0-3. The rest live Oak Between double drivel and Peck Road is zoned Al at the preached by persons who propose to pro it Tim

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