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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - July 31, 1947, Arcadia, California Help publish your Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood Call at. 7-2131 with news of your family and friends and Arcadia in Vas two sections sixteen pages arc Ahia. California tilt is la july 31 1047 vol. Xxx not Sanita Heifer project to help Europe traffic Good to see one of Pasadena a own City directors taking out after the traffic Light Quot picket Fence around Pasadena City co lege about time arcadians have us fired for a Long time with that Batell of badly timed or not timed at All system of signals that Start a few blocks each Side of the College pc. The new signals which Start now at Rosemead Are timed beautifully As All Well regulated traffic signals should be. Traffic moves in o Derly fashion until it hits the Barrier near the College where it becomes a Jumble of grinding brakes burning i Liber and exhaust smoke. The Job is so badly done it almost looks Dellbe. Ate. Fame speaking of Pasadena notice that George Cecil cowing Quot Man about town and Golf columnist does no to remember who won the 191 9 National Amateur Golf championship played at Del Monte. In tuesday nights paper he told about Bobby Jones getting beaten by a Young sex Caddy Johnny Goodman Quot who went on to win the title Quot for shame George have you forgotten that Lawson Little became a hero by beating the Man who beat Jones Harrison Johnson won the title by winning the final match from Doc willing. Remember cowing does no to need to feel badly though Herb Graffis who Edity a National Golf Magazine did worse. He said Doc willing beat Johnson which All goes to show How fleeting is this thing called Fame in sports or anything else. Incidentally the amateurs return to Del Monte come septem be. Accidents talked to a Veteran traffic cop who has spent Many years on the coast Highway up in the Valley and he had some ideas concerning what causes accidents. It Isnit the break Down in mechanical e q u i p in e n t faulty brakes dim headlights or bad tires or a break Down in the Highway system although he says wider highways Cut Down the traffic toll but a Bieak Down in the moral fiber of motorists. Its the selfish Driver that causes the trouble. The dumb Cluck Back of the wheel who thinks of no one but himself that causes most of our Highway Wiecks. A a it a the same Buzzard who cuts in front of you in the theater line grabs the newspaper you intended to pick up from the stands jumps into the last seat at the counter when you already had your hand on the Back of the chair. That a the Guy. He cuts in and out on the Road then when he has to Duck Back in line some one else has to be a gentleman Driver and make Way for him. What happens is when two of these Birds come together a then wham a a Tribune Headquarters for contributions spotlighted by the appearance of it member of the Church of the Brethren at a recent meeting of the Arcadia Optimist club along with an article in the August Issue of readers digest intense interest is being shown in Arcadia in the grass roots project to Send heifers to Europe As a p aet i Aal Means of putting Europe a Farmers Back on their feet. The digest article tells of the town of Dunkirk new York a manufacturing town of about 20,000 corking people Winch raised $250,- 00 towards european Relief and has led to a Deal e on the part of Many arcadians to Aid in tills work. The Optimist speaker told of the Heifer project by which funds Are collected to Purchase heifers which Are shipped to impoverished peasants in some dozen devastated european countries. The t. Bune is offering to serve As Headquarters for such a fund in Arcadia and invites All who care to assist to leave their contributions Here and guarantees to see that they reach the right people. Tile Honor of being first to contribute $10 to the fund goes to Rudolph h Schwarzkopf who was deeply moved by the Optimist speaker from the Church of the Brethren which already has shipped snipe 4500 heifers to Europe agents of the organization serving without pay make sure that every possible Good comes from the project by checking All the Way Down the line. The heifers Are going to areas in which children Are dying because of malnutrition or succumbing to tuberculosis. According to the continued on Page 7 i Jii s225 la a / luvs work to Start on Nev first Trenque building r a pc r re Quot perforation fifty ton Punk pro is puts 2,0 0 holes in a Sta i by closet drier Arcadia product now Iii use All Over the Pacific in Central and South America. At right is la. W. Mckenzie who manufacture Avenue Plant. The drier at his first Tribune bulletin us it to. Moisture absorbing units being manufactured of Mckenzie Plant now absorbing moisture from closets All Over the Pacific Central and South America is an Arcadia product known As the Sta Ory. Manufactured by the Mckenzie engineering and manufacturing company 22& North first Avenue the unique closet drier is a lightweight steel unit to inches wide 14 Acnes Long and one and one Hall Public hearing on City schools budget aug. 6 inches thick containing s x and one Hall pounds of dedicate White Clay pellets which absorb the moisture in tire air through 2000 holes. At the present time there is a n de for 10 000 s to dry units on the a it to in end of the Exchange. Underground conduit mow cables going in increase Tele a in the Arcadia a Pac if in Tele Telegraph com now working on two projects that will j a go portions of the sex area manager la. T. J Michie announced yesterday i construction is taking place just we i of the Central Oiler at Loba i Ais. Treet where workmen Are placing about 500 feet of new underground conduit. The new conduit Vvhs. No about too feet North and j too Jet South along Santa annal Avenue to id More ducts to the underground system which ii now loaded to capacity. Mici incr said that this new conduit will enable the Telephone Costian to bring More Cubics into the Central Cit ice where they will connect to tie it witching equipment. Of of the cables to go through the new conduit is now being placed. Rep t i Ming a Gross Plant investment $75,000, this Large Cable is about Lour Miles Long. It is now being pm cod Between the Central office and sections in Santa Anita visage and Rancho Santa Anita in Agene Bowen commended As re creation head Cornell Man built Scuta Maria program Sill f or amp a tax l. Thurston harsh i in Arcadia rotary club to Welcome District governor at me Iida a ii hit u i a i v 11 1 111 la As Mode i la front of the in Grey gins.1 display . Space remain ii the lot on Caille by ack topped a. A private Parkin lot for tenants we o will thus i enabled to get their cars off to step to and leave it free to custom0 r re Public hearing on the City s h budget will be held aug. 6 at 8 30 . In the administration offices of first Avenue school according to e. E. Westerhouse pendent. I biggest items Are increased pay i 7111.? new Cable will run underground from the Central office into a arte Road and North into the Rancho along Golden West Avenue. When this Cable Job is computed m the fall Telephone facilities served in of the taxes prove As inevitable As death itself even in death a race horse named shut up failed to escape taxes. Last March the county fixed an assessment of $2250 on shut up. A week later he died. Owner Robert Erickson of Arcadia appeared Belo e the tax Board this week in los Angeles objecting to paying the tax on such an assessment. The Best the Board would do was reduce the assessment to $350. Nine member Board to run arboretum Here a nine member Board of governors will direct the development and operation of the los Angeles county arboretum which the county and the state have established on the former Lucky Baldwin Lancho in Arcadia. Appointees tentatively named yesterday by chairman Raymond v. Darby of the Board of supervisors include supervisor William a. Smith in whose District the is located. W. S. Rosecrans past president of the los Angeles chamber of Commerce or. Samuel Ayres jr., of la Canada president of the Southern California horticultural Institute inc., and mrs. D. Shearer of los Angeles president of the California Garden clubs Are on the list of appointees. Others Are Robert Casamajor and mrs. Richard y. Dakin both of Pasadena mrs. William w. Orcutt. Canoga a k and Howard Miller and Ralph d. Cornell los Angeles actual appointment of Board members is being held up pending completion of escrow proceedings for Purchase of the property. Darby said the escrow is expected to be closed before next thurs Day night when the appointees a e to meet and Start the wheels mov i no for development of the a bore j urn. Guam where Moi lure ruins Many articles of clothing. Hawaii Cuba and the Philippines have a demand or driers which Are now being p t. Cd Here at the rate of 1000 a we. K. Eli me i Are employed in the Mckenzie i. It which Cove s More a i 3jjo Square feet with an and greatly increased Michie said diturns5 1200 for storage space. A Iak for teachers More state funds and a a a co. Led steel already Cut to the a too per cent increase in the Cost drop r Width As it arrives Here if Plant maintenance. Postponed j workers run it through a Shearer Upkeep work including roofing and which cuts the proper lengths. After new telephones in the the Corners Are notched the perforating die Stamps the name Sta dry in the material and punches 2000 holes in each unit. Shaped in the Power Brake the unit is spot welded and painted with heat resistant aluminium. The filling machine then pours in the Pellet to continued on Page 7 the rotary club of Arcadia will Boid a special dinner at Carpenter Santa Anita aug. 8, to Welcome l. Thins ton Harr Liman governor of the 107th District of rotary International which includes 56 rotary clubs in Southern California and. Or Cullen stated. Southern Nevada. Harshman is when the Cullen project is co head of the process serving Agency p eted. The entire Block on flip i bearing his name in Glendale audible of first Avenue from Bon is a member of the rotary club j to California a i be improve their. Except for the old Hill residence Harshman will visit the local club to advise and assist president William h. Marmion Secretary James m. Nellis and other officers of the club on matters pertaining to club and rotary service activities. He is one of the 173 District Gove. Nors of rotary International who Are supervising the activities of some 6,200 rotary clubs which have a membership of 305,000 r o .1 but seep Box Champ followed Lead of big brother business and professional executives in 78 countries and geography my Boll toe wrote n and Southern Cai regions throughout the world Exchange will b wherever rotary clubs Are to awarded the Silver helmet by i brother. David who won the event last year Arcadia s Phillip Smith 12, Winner of the los Angeles soap Box Derby is now pointing for the National at Akron. Aug. 17. Nosing out Melvin Hogsett in the ecord Tim of 26.5 seconds Smith painting plus an additional school to maintain this year account for the increase in maintenance f of $6,586 to $14,140, westerhouse said. A two major factors should work to produce Good sized school tax ate reductions for the school districts in los Angeles county this coming school year a California taxpayers association said this week. First assessed values of taxable property for 1947-48 a How relatively Large increases generally throughout Calico la. Second school districts will receive huge increases in state support for 1947-48. Some of the increased state sup j a playful Rabbit turned Over a port in some places will be needed Cai and sent Ernest Ormes 71, to or teacher salary increases state i the Hospital Here monday morning Law req i. Ing that salaries be not i Ormes was driving a Load of continued on Page 8 rabbits in his 1932 Rock he when one the manager said that the Telephone company a estimate d $225,-000 1947 expansion program in this Exchange is providing facilities for last because they Are based on the same general objectives developing better understanding and Fellowship among business and professional men 12 months the Exchange has grown i promoting Community betterment rated. Their activities Are similar to Defeated 200 entries Ever the 659-Tho. E of the rotary club of Arcadia toot course on la Cienega Boulevard i Owen wan y chosen by the commission to be to the City for City recreation on a Tull time basis a stoned meeting held night in the City Hall. I had spent the week Arcadia looking Over a creation facilities and he i that should the Council opium to accept the position he his duties during the part of August. He will Subtle Council a plan for a procuring the coming year ing the last year he was As director of recreation at a. La where he organized in ducted All types of Redrea among tie things begun and carried through we t Little theater grouts town basketball league sports and crafts children s drama a it in ses children s tap dancing i Civ. A City softball league Folk dancing c asses and other types of recreation. Bowen has a Long educational re co a. He attended Cornell , was graduated from Grandview Cotte and did graduate work in re creation at Iowa state University. He has also had both training and experience in the Field of a i journalism. I Lily recommended by those with whom lie has worked As Well As men prominent in the Field of recreation Bowen seems to have the qualities needed for a recreation director for Arcadia the com continued on Page 8 in. Rabbit causes car to crash Driver Hurt j by More than 1200 new telephones j there a e 5550 telephones in service he e now. I a your program is moving along rapidly and steady Progress is being made. We still have mole than 500 orders Lorse vice which the company is unable to fill Al this tune. You May be sure that you Telephone company will continue to make every Effort to accelerate its expansion program so that All applicants now waiting for service will be served at tilt earliest possible time a Michler stated. Paint vandals ruin floors of new Home dumping $250 Worth of paint on the Hardwood floors of a House still under construction caused damage to the heme according to of the animals started crawling Over j his shoulder near the intersection of double drive and Lemon. I Viny to replace the animal Ormes tin Ned the steering wheel so that 1 us truck skidded 105 feet struck i the curb and turned Over. Bleeding badly Ormes was Given almost to Genoa Sheet first Aid by James Wachsman 594 the elderly Fresno n an who had third Avenue and was then taken driven All the Way Down Here in $500 it0 Ernp a City Hospital. Meanwhile record heat was on his Way to visit mrs. Melle Hathaway of Baldwin his daughter and son in Law. As Herbert Raney 377 Woodruff who i Ark too5c Ca e of Tlle rabbits which i listed by Durwood f. Vanderpool reported the loss to police sunday. Escaped and Oie Lunana in26, at the Cene of the Accident. Ail directions. Fled j. Silk 1829 re Kinsley said lie Only remembered undertakings raising the standards of business and professions gild fostering the advancement of Good will understanding Anc peace among All the Peoples of the world each year this world wide service organization continues to grow in numbers and in strength. During the last fiscal year. 418 new rotary clubs were organized in in countries of North and South America and in Australia Belgium China. Czechoslovakia Denmark England Finland prance Greece ice Laiu India Italy Macao Malayan Union the Netherlands Netherlands indies. New zealand Norway the Philippines Portugal Scotland Siam Southern Rhodesia Sweden Switzerland Trieste Union of South Africa and Wales. This week rotary will enjoy7 a no Crichfield Oil film entitled Quot years crashing his 1935 Chevrolet into ahead a a new Lincoln at double drive and Fano monday night. Randolph h , 75, passed out cold As Iii car bounced off and Rode along with two wheels in the Parkway Phil who lives at 170 West Long Den paid tor the car himself $12 tor wheels $3.50 for the rest of the car by mowing lawns and milking the cow. Old faint rags 2 tar i Blaze heat hits to water department asks cooperation spontaneous combustion by old paint rags started a Driver out cold car bounces along Parkway As the Mercury hit 101, extra a j ant ii e of water Tifis week brought requests from the City water departing it to take it easy. In several Sec caused a ions of the City citizens were asked fire in to curtail watering activities which j. C. Whipperman a garage at 147 i were not Al of lately essential. West Camino real sunday Accord although the population has Aline to a fre chief James Nellis no. T doubled Here since 1940, there when the department arrived on Aas been no expansion of pumping i he Cene the fire was Well under or storage facilities according to Way but was confined to the garage Bcott Lee water superintendent which had the roof damaged and Ive years ago the City was Well Beds stored inside burned. Ice sea Ixo opens fire business on Huntington three juveniles were questioned y police As suspects in the malicious mischief this week. Dumped on the floor were varnish White paint sealer and a sack of spackle. Ported the Accident to police. Turning off the engine. Ii local toastmasters urge control of Horn honkers Back seat Drivers a future improvements in motor cars was the topic discussed by the two minute Impromptu speakers under the leadership of topic master Roy Davidson at the weekly dinner meeting of the Arcadia toastmasters club last monday evening at carpenters Santa Anita cafe. Facetious suggestions included anti Back seat driving controls and Remote control of Horn a honkers. One speaker commented that serious thinkers on the subject failed to produce any notable improvements not already incorporated in the most modern cars. Three formal speakers appeared on toastmaster George Albaugh a prepared program deluding George Ervine on Quot who killed cock Robin a e. R. Barr on Quot our National defense Quot and or. W. B Felger on Quot building or. Felgere a decision of Bridge building As symbolical of great achievements j Ole the program for tug 4 in engineering science Medicine feature Clovius Beach and human relations was voted the toaster s. W Ovitt As toastmaster Best speech on the program by the Walter Hendrick As general critic and formal speakers Charles Gib advisors Charles Gibson Walter Hendrick and Carl fee. Andrew Seltzer gave the grammarian s re of t and Clovius Beach made tin a Emily Post Quot comments on the program. Winfield Campbell was a club guest who took part in the informal program. Club president s. W Ranger presided Over the meeting and presented both the topic in Astel and toastmaster. According to the speaking sched will As topic Toggery shop opens tomorrow operated by mrs. W. H. Wiese of Monrovia Arcadia Toggery shop ill open saturday at 324 a t Huntington drive. Opening Day hours will be 9 30 a in. To 9 . The new shop will handle ladies ing Erie infants Wear and gifts. I s. Wiese who has Bien out Here five years will be assisted part Ime by her daughter Luis. Arcadia togged a shop is located in the building formerly occupied by bissells doughnut business. J s Llesi i get r. Iii members general criticism was handled by Hoyt Curtis assisted by individual son. Andrew Tulga. Seltzer and Orville month end sales climaxed today july a month end sales conducted by Arcadia merchants end today. For the last two Days special iou prices and a series of in a Ual values have been offered by two dozen business houses in the downtown District. Tomorrow night the merchants will give patrons a Cool shopping period with another night opening doing business until 9 . Joe t. Scalzo this week announced his Assumption of tile United state tire company franchise for Ai Nadia and opened his doors of. Business in his Neva Bunning at 315 East Huntington drive. Sugizo who has been an Arcadia businessman for the past 12 years operating tire Mobil Gas station at i ii re and Huntington until a year ago will handle . Royal tires batteries and All . Auto accessories in his new building who ii tarns 171x Square feet of floor spa in including a spacious Ace Esse y and of Nee i com. He is equipped to handle anything having to do with tires for passenger cars or trucks As Well As batteries and All accessories including tile repair and recapping. For tile present the Schizo a Are living in quarters at the rear of the store and plan to build a new Home on North third in the near j i inure. Arcadia gets burned around my i he edges burning on the Western b order of Arcadia a grass and rub dish fir a put out by a Sty Munday to lung at Mic Hilinda Ana Bolo rat a. A grass fire was brought under control on the Southern Boundary of town tuesday noon when the department responded to a Call at live Oak and third. Ahead of the game. Lee said but the amazing growth of Arcadia combined wit ii difficulties in expanding facilities has caused the City to fall behind. D ring the current hot spell a Ingle line was Ca tying 20,000 gallon an hour far in excess of Normal Lee said. Tile materials situation has hampered expansion tor some time. Lee added h lid the thy would go ahead with the new Reservoir soon. Salvage drop. With tile be still Exi Ting crust a. An. Cassity for fat Salvage in the i nations a a housewives turned in 3 481 Compa de in 1946, pounds. Sui aids during june As a till a May total of 3.687. In june total was 3,994 dog License Deal Ane today today is the last Day for Purchase of dog licenses without penalty. Beginning tomorrow ail dog licenses will Cost an additional Dollar according to the office of the City treasurer which has licensed almost 1200 dogs since the first of the month. July building permits Worth half million Charles Shugert assumes sole ownership of local tire firm ambling an announcement of change of ownership with the stores Semi annual clearance Sale Charles e. Shugert. Partner in the firm of Hazlett and Shugert 115 East Huntington drive Goodyear distributor in Arcadia has revealed that he has Assam to be known henceforth As this have been throughout the medal event. Shugert joined my rubber cot Ion from miam in i a n \ Dortu tical in store of us and s Ca go no s a s h t Iii. I out ownership of the firm to tire company. Prices it permit valued at $544, hive issued by the City building fore it during the month of i i warming i i a Mike Baum and John Kensey of Arcadia shown in close race with Bob 11 a Ider Man of Pasadena Are entered in flight of the snowbirds at Newport Harbor sunday. Budi 550 Wen to Epa or j. In. Among the latent building move Are the plans of George h burkes for a $15,009 Home at 1220 Oakwood Norman k. Doyle for an $11,000 residence at 415 North old ranch Road Donald Kraus fur a $12,200 Bonn at 401 South old ranch Road and p. L Mcnutt for an $8000 Home at 64 manna Vista. Ill de 11 we r us o Liili la cd held aug Des Arcadia. In of we a Lieut luring w Dut a Lier id w j us ii to of Good housewares if Hague to Ert Here. Tire company will Eon handle the Complete lint ear products including a hardware and Auto men and fit i w 1 bile accessories sporting goods is and will feature nationally own makes of Small appliances. Primarily a tire tube and motor f Sory concern Shugert tire Many has facilities at the rear Complete tie service wheel baiting and Battery service. Castors Are invited to ii e the paved a As a convenience Lur pal King airmen. A National figure in cd ii i t id elides Shugert sees pc i, Lur business in arum h believes that the people. Cia want anti need a bion this . Ile ii a member of fraternity Aud in Active Hie Arcadia it Jay club i Usu tied and i the father of suns to Ami 12 and a Baider ii months Lite i lobbies Lenin and his family

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