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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 1, 1947, Arcadia, California Arcadia bulletin sunday morning edition of the Call at. 7-2131 with news of your family and friends vol. 8, no. A til Ani Arcadia new Arcadia California sunday june i 1947 help publish your Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood 5e per copy former austrian supreme court Justice to speak dinner at Eaton s to Start fund drive citizens Bank Branch opening Here tomorrow a new Bank opens Here tomorrow. When the Arcadia Branch citizens Hank of Monrovia begins business in temporary quarters at 126 East Huntington. Opening in a steel and aluminium Structure the Bank plans a permanent colonial Type drive in Bank with fireplace Carp Ted floors overstuffed chairs and classical music. Businessmen will be guests of the Bank at a dinner june 6 savings accounts of $100 were started for three Lucky kids at Santa an to theater yesterday. Or Manfred Arie former austrian supreme court Justice will he the chief speaker when the Sierra mad re san Gabriel Valley division of los Angeles $8,500,000 United jewish welfare fund drive holds its major fund raising dinner at Eaton a Santa Anita restaurant tuesday at 6 80 ., Joseph s. Weber local chairman. Announced today. Pointing out that Only a concerted Effort on the part of All americans can help restore the suffering victims of nazi terror to a position of dignity Ana self Reliance in the world Community Weber asserted a the plight of the million and a half jewish survivors Over seas has touched the hearts of everyone in this country. No one regardless of race or Creed can remain unaffected by the spectacle of this pitiful remnant today struggling to Rise to their feet and find the Hopes the Homes and the futures which have been denied them for so Many tortuous years a Relief rehabilitation and reconstruction Are the Aims this year in the three fold program to prov Ide funds for overseas necessities resettlement of Palestine and maintenance and expansion of local agencies. Or. Arie a renowned Legal authority and author of Many articles in his Field began a Long and distinguished career in Austria after native California. Here the Lyric world War i As District attorney of Beauty of her voice and the warm Vienna. He has travelled extensively artistry of her singing Are winning in Palestine and since coming to new devotees. Her recital at the this country is devoting a major woman a club in Arcadia wednes part of his time and Effort to inter Day night is anticipated As a deputation of tire plight of. Europe s rightful musical experience. Jews in behalf of the United jewish a Appeal. The Sierra Madre san Gabriel Valley division which includes Arcadia Sierra Madre Azusa Duarte and Monrovia is out to raise $29,-000 toward tile $170,000,000 goal of tire National Campaign of the Uja. Elizabeth. Graham to appear Here wednesday night As one of the University of Southern californians most b Liliant radiates in music Elizabeth Graham was at once made assistant head of tile voice department at Michigan state College. There the first lady of the state the Gover i norms wife became her Pupil. Nora Gregor one of the great actresses of Europe and now the Princess von Sta hem Berg came to her Busy studio for months of study. Her recitals and radio appearances were considered Beautiful examples of musical pleasure. Izler Solomon nationally famous symphonic conductor performed her orchestral work a mood suite. Romance inter opted this promising career and the Young musician became the Bride of or. Graham who brought her Back to her a bunt Bull tin photo win prizes awards Given out at first Avenue school Competition went to left to right. Beverly Wray and Carmen Contreras for posters Nancy Heckman Marilyn Nickel for essays. And play centers urged to help make Good citizens of a hot rod7 set hearings begin tomorrow on Narrows dam Arcadia flood control measures pending hearings on the1 proposed Whittier Narrows dam pro i act Are expected to begin in v Ashington i. Tomorrow. I i he hearings will be con i ducted by the House approx i nations sub committee on War department civil functions. Delegations for and against Uio project will be present when tin War department asks for an appropriation to develop plans for tile dam. Arcadia interest in the project i enters on statements by officials i that flood control measures Here i must be held in abeyance until tile i dam is built. Draining water off the mountains i through this area Are three washes i Santa Anita Arcadia and Eaton j Canyon. Santa Anita Wash carries the a i Ohio six new buildings get City approval May permits show sizable decrease Good Lack Boury Bob Shirley i i entry from first Avenue school promises Ford a ride if he wins Scooter in the july recently presented Bob with two shiny racer. Soap Box Derby Frances la ugly nals. Frances wheels for his by Nancy Leonard Hutton importance of Community recreation centers where children can have some of the Many advantages considered tor from big Santa Anita Canyon Basic in the making of Good citizens was stated by police joined by the Little Santa Anita chief William a. Cahill when he spoke before the first Runoff a few Hundred Yards above Avenue . Fathers night meeting tuesday. Chief Cahill foot Iii Boulevard praised the youth of Arcadia As a group for their offences Arcadia Wash designated by coun a to flood control officials As the Arcadia Sierra Madre system gets heading Vel pm its for 66 Home William e. It 86 by i old during the according to thursday by department. The month $400,549 As 529,670 in 98 May last year. So represented a he a to total of 119 $730,144. Used during the first a of this year totalled local value of $2,932,422, d to a $3,797,493 figure t five months of 1946. The list of building do were permits granted s and additions to Homes. Roberts will build a holy name society to see safety film a safety film will be shown following tuesday nights meeting of tile holy name society at the Parish Hall Church of the holy Angels. The meeting starts at 8 Rancho burglars lift Mink coat a Diamond rings two jobs in the Rancho netted burglars a $2500 Mink coat guns Diamond rings and Diamond watches Friday evening. The Albert Appel Home at 448 Catalpa was entered through a rear bedroom window while the burglar just stepped through the open font door of the c. R. Briggs Home at 948 Paloma. Harold Denoon managing Tapps meat Market. Nave been Compa actively it w. A hot rods Are the main problem and they were placed in the nuisance j category by chief Cahill. Chi f Cahill had Prev cuty mad1 similar recommendation to the coordinating Council. Don Miller led discussion of the safety driving program which is Harold Denoon formerly of my of the curriculum of social Gills meat Market in West Arcadia a Lvon Ile a a la Trident Dur has taken Over management of Tapps meat Market in the drive in at Huntington and first Avenue. Better known As a a Heinie de noon is Secretary of the Junior chamber of Commerce and is the brother of Bob Denoon former meat Market operator on the Westside. A resident of Arcadia for nine years a a Heinie lives at 2543 Camino real with his wife Helen and daughter Janice. Sierra Madre runs Down through i the Oaks with one Branch going by the a Yand through the civic Center site by the fourth Hole of the Golf course. The second Branch runs through the stable area at the race track and joins the first to run Down and across Al Monte Avenue. This army the last four weeks of school. Nadia Wash has been the subject if the object of tills study is to make j much discussion in recent weeks clip Lien realize it is Sinai i to drive j with the advancement of plans for safely. Films and books Are used in a Concrete Channel running South the course As Well As a Small seal1 from Huntington Model of an intersection. Two Small Monte Avenue arcadians National guard unit launches drive to fill complement Opportunity is knocking at the door for any physically fit Young Man in the Sun Gabriel Valley to earn a substantial increase in his income at a very slight expenditure of time and Effort to have a pact ii keeping his country Safe and Toothm was d a a and free to get a Chance Lor a free paid technical education the building department during the and to make new and close friends with congenial Conte month. $22,000 Home at 300 West Longden a. E. Dennstedt plans a $15,000 dwelling at 335 a. Bola a Erie Toped is building a $10,100 Home at 956 Balboa h. O. Steinbaugh. A $10,000 residence at 2021 Leaf Wood Lane and d Erickson a $10,000 dwelling at 314 South old ranch Road. Construction of a Union Oil company service station at double Post office seeking new location Here a Poi Anes. I be eel a parallel to Arcadia its wonderful you would be surprised says g be Wingard personnel chairman of the City a new recreation commission How Many people Are jumping at the Chance to become recreation director Here under a the new program at is taking shape. Salt Lake City a recreation director heard that applications Are being considered for arcadians new Post and he i acted with a wire to Gene saying that for the privilege of living Here he would consider working in Arcadia for less than he is currently paid in the mormon capital. The genuine thing it is a valuable service that the legion does with its oratorical contests which help Young people to know that we have a very Good thing in democracy and Are blessed by living in the United states. No sensible listener to programs such As the one held a week ago Friday at first Avenue school would find fault with the legions idea. But it be Fine also if the kids could be taught orations demonstrating the Superior Force of thoughts Well said in the simplest language it is p Bably harder whether you Are on the Hoof speaking or on the seat of your trousers pecking at a machine to say a thing clearly powerfully in the sound simple words that Are Legal tender alike with foot Hillbillies and intellectuals than it is to Over dress the same thought in the language of the phrase makers. But it would be Worth the Effort kids Are at a disadvantage with their hearers when their Mouths Are filled Putli fancy language. For that matter in my Humble opinion even a Good idea has two strikes on it when handicapped that w a. In the big City we got All shined up and left our Hill last week for dinner and j an evening in Pasadena with Hump and mrs. W. R. Humphries. They took us to the Community playhouse to see and hear a ooh Susanna a which tells a musical Story of Stephen Foster s love for Jeanie of the Light b own hair and of How he composed his wonderful Folk melodies. Stephen kept saying in this play that he wrote Many of his songs to make time with the gals. Well if he actually had As Many Eye filling girls around him As there were on that stage and around the theater in one capacity and another he had plenty to sing about. But the Humphries missed one of the Good performances at the playhouse that night. We saw it All when we crossed the Street to get into our car As the theater emptied. The people coming out filled the St get and the sidewalks looking up into one of the tall Palms in front of the Forecourt. Cars stopped bored taxi Drivers got out of their cabs and craned their necks to watch the punch and Judy antics of a Laige owl his Gray face and breast spotlighted on his Perch in an aperture in the dead Dow changing fronds. A Light Lorn the roof of a nearby furniture store was trained directly on him and his queer dance May have been because the Glare bewildered him made him afraid to Fly. He certainly showed no fear for his audience. A place to play the kids of our Block play softball in the Street every Day. This is exactly the sort of thing that made the Santa Anita Vista neighbourhood promote itself a playground and that keeps the Vista improvement association pressing for completion of that playground. Youngsters simply have to play somewhere and if they Are at a crucial Point in a softball game in the Street they done to want to yield right of Way for a car driven by some old character with fossilized arteries. There a a great need for Safe off Street playgrounds. Al. C. Memorial Day tribute paid u. S. War dead it. Col. William m. Gosman Arcadia commanding officer of the 980th Field artillery battalion paid tribute to the nations War dead and called upon the nation to justify the sacrifices of their lives in an address at live Oak cemetery memorial Day. A we can always be thankful that we have always had men who were willing to defend their ideals with their bodies to the death so that this nation might live and Prosper. To them we owe the ultimate Triumph of right and Liberty All Over world for it has been rightly said that a so Long As America is free nowhere in the world can tyranny be a said colonel Gosman. A a their work is Over and our a scale cars Large enough for a student to drive were made in the shop classes. A driving area has been drawn on the a Black top at the i school. Ulu l rating different types j of highways in order to facilitate student understanding of traffic problems. Miller displayed the i Velon ment Small scale cars at the meeting. The mixed glee club of first ave Eaton Wash runs Down West of the City from Eaton Canyon in Altadena. The City Council is on record As favouring construction of the Whittier Narrows dam. County flood control officials and the army engineers agree that de of Protection Here is i i badly needed and it is a part of bids for lease of a building to House the Arcadia Post office have been posted in the lobby of the Post office Here. The notice asks for a five to ten i this and More is of the 980th Field artillery battalion. San Gabriel Valley National guard unit. Requirements for enlistment Are simple the Kitie i Are not hard and the advantages of membership far out weigh the disadvantages. Initial enlistments Are accepted As follows any physically qualified male citizen of the United states Between the age of 18 and 36 May enlist without having any prior service. I permits were issued for four offices and store buildings two additions to offices four garages one addition to garage two patios and barbecues one lath House one swimming pod one Green House three Sheds and work shops and Lour Neon signs. Year lease on a building containing applicants 36 and Over must have not less than 3509 Square feet of Pace bids to be received not later than june 14, for occupancy Jan. I by inspector d. O. Pressly in to Angeles. O a i their flood control plans. They say lit j h the parents it would not be fair t0 the Peop a sine in i. I up n in Ink thou rein. 1 singing three numbers. Their rendition of Jerome Kern so a Oil Man River was outstanding. Miss do is Bocock the director of the glee club was commended by parents for the results she obtains from the students. On behalf of the 1946-47 ., mrs. Eugene Wingard presented a portable Daylight screen to the school. At the business meeting presided Over by mrs. Charles a. Gerry the budget As recommended by the executive Board was placed on a Large blackboard for discussion and explanation to the association. A How can you do so much on so Little was the amazed comment of one father. The budget adopted was the work of mrs. H. L. Herscher. M s. J. Russell Taylor mrs. Earl Edwards mrs. Eugene Wingard and mis. Charles a. Gerry. Below the Whittier Narrows to concentrate a lot of flood Waters there without the dam to control them. ,. Refreshments were served at the Hon still stands More right than j close of the meet ii Ever before. The concept for which they Laid it own their lives and through which our country came into existence is a True and vital one which shall endure so Long As we Are cons venous of our debt to those who Robert Ruth of Arcadia commander of Post 2070, veterans of foreign wars presided at the rites. Music Wras provide by the . Band. My by a committee consisting of m s. O. E. Pearse mrs. L. Sander mrs. J. C. Prior mrs. Harlan Ware mrs. B l Dougherty mrs. Arthur we on and mrs. Alan Jones. Air circus opens before crowd of 12,000 More than 12,000 persons visited Arcadia Friday for the opening of the three Day air circus being sponsored by the disabled american veterans. Appearing with major Quot Pappy Boyington and finances Langford was major Peter j. Ortiz Nephew of or. And mrs. Clyde r. Jones. D5 East Camino real. Ortiz is a former member of the foreign legion. The French underground and the United states Marine corp paratroops. Cloudy skies were defied by daredevil stuntmen and tree top Straf no formations of p-80 shooting stars. Ano her big crowd was expected for the finale to Cav. Foothill bar association adopts by Laws a Constitution and by Laws were adopted by the foothill bar Asso elation at a meeting wednesday a night at the Zanzibar cafe. It w As decided to include Temple i City in the membership area and hold regular meetings the fourth tuesday of each month. Officers will be elected june 24. A readies cards meet Burbank this Arsi noon Arcadia cardinals me t Burbank at Che second Avenue Orchard today at 2 30 Ital Harrison will Start for the cards. In addition to punting the stands 20th Century Fox has repaired the first and third Bise screens and is expected to Bai to new player dugouts. A j the following service qualifications 36 and under 38, one years be vice 38 and under 41, two years service 41 and under 55, two years service plus one additional year of service for each year of age Over 41. Seice with the National guard of the United states regular army Navy o Marine corps will be mounted for this service. Physical character and educational standards for enlistment Are these prescribed for the army world Wai ii veterans May enlist for one year in the Glade held at time of separation from the service. Eased on i 30th of the new army pay scale in Grade per Drill the following schedule shows the Grade pay per Drill per Quarter and for the Ann a1 15-Day Field training be cd private Drill rate $2 50 Quarter $30 Field training Camp ,87.50 private firs Claus $2.86, s31.9.2, $40.05 Corporal and tee live. Best concert in 19 years says director a the Best performance in Tbs orchestras 19 years of existence was the critique of tuesday s final san Gabriel Valley symphony concert. The statement came from Harold h. Scott director of the orchestra. The orchestra Wall continue its to k next season Scott said and regular again will feature artists within the. Organization. From the opening Gould american Salute until the finale the overture to Wagner so Tan Hauser the orchestra performed with skill and spirit four soloists All members of the organization added Lau Els to themselves and to the orchestra by their finish d performances. Eugene per j Ober played the French Horn Solo cart in Mozart so Horn concerto a e Flat. This was evidently written for one of tile Horn players Rev. Tritenbach reported better reported a much better yesterday the Rev. Theodore Tritenbach pastor of the Mich Llinda presbyterian Church was still at Huntington memorial Hospital after being taken ill wednesday. The Rev. William Larson of Glendale will preach today a Sermon at the Church. Volunteers Start red Cross Layette work tuesday Volunteer sewing workers for the making of layettes have been asked to report to red c Oss Headquarters i tuesday at 9 . Coffee and sewing equipment will be provided but workers Are urged to bring their own thimbles and sandwiches. $3 $36, $15 Eig ant and tee four s3 33. $39.96, $48 05 staff sergeant and tee three. $3 63. $45.96, $57.45 cecum Cal Segeant $4 50, $54. $67.50 j a t a sergeant and first sergeant $5.50, 66d, Ami $82. N Tiona u urn d members Are paid each quart r on a a is of 12 per Quarter. Fell died drills consist of two hours each night o Drill. Field training has been scheduled t is yeas Lor july 13-20 at fort Ord. Many vacancies Are still available to qualified personnel. Future promotions of Enli Ted men in the 980th i will be based entirely on in ult and ability. And Cie lung equipment and Are furnished by the War depart 1 ment. Training will to conducted by highly trained officers of Long combat experience while using the j latest Type of Milia y equipment. I the latest training Nims Are show a during drills. Diversified athletic and Rorea Ion programs including basketball baseball volleyball Badminton soft it Ball boxing and Many other sport -1 ale to be organized. Enlisted menus Doh pro Ritz will b1 available Dan is of Meza to Sclay and the three movements. Varied in character were played with cure command by Ober. The English Horn played by Harvey Zim was in the Solo role n the Quot Swan of Tuo Nelia a Beauty my song of finnish mythology by Sib ii s. Zorn allo orchestrated and conducted the a ritual fire dance a effective with its contrasting element.-. Other sol Evelyn Fain violin parts two violin string Purdoi both by the Chestra. Lists were Lier in the of Baches and string Mance of Paul and e two Solo concerto for i. Here was rare Beauty lists and the or Patty Berg plays exhibition match Here tomorrow naut Rill plat in areal to if spec my f room Partie or Luti armory any a evening it. Col. 7-5541. Are 102g or t cd to w. M t Ner firemen put out blazing hedge Pati record quota a Simi of $29,000 is sought by Sierra Madre san Gabriel Valley division of los Angeles jewish welfare fund Campaign for $8,500,000. Division will hold major fund raising dinner tuesday at Eaton a Santa Anita restaurant. Division leaders Are left to right front s. H. Rips chairman Joe s. Weber Jack Slater and rear Leonard Kustner Nat Hurwit and Perry Bertram. Fire that broke out in plastering i supplies in a vacant lot near 5i Fano Street was put out by the Fin department thursday after Burn ing into a hedge. J a grass fire was extinguished be Ai Columbia Road the same Day. With b polio 4 p in. Famous lion pay a. Mach will i Hunt ing the the re v Berg with erne its woman a Dot work he first tee t four holes Ami Lillian y s partners Cramer and to thru in Mars Kirk Lin Latch id at Golf at Iii put on her in and exhibit

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