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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 8, 1947, Arcadia, California Arcadia bulletin sunday morning edition of he Call at. 7-2131 with news of your family and friends help publish your Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood and Arcadia news vol. 8, no. 50 Arcadia. California. San Day a car s. 1917 5c per copy Arcadia merchant Sjo stay open thursday nights super Market being planned at first Alta Market Basket asks variance for parking if a zone variance is granted for adequate parking space. Market Basket will build a flew $90,000 super Market at first and Alta. The City planning commission recommended approval of Market baskets petition for the variance thursday night with the condition that a Wirpi foot Wail to prevent Auto trespassing on neighbouring property but included in the plans. Duncan Shaw representing the Market Chain explained that the lease on the present building on Huntington is almost up. He said parking was tile big problem at the present location and that a Market a petition requesting a cd zoning for the South Side of live Oak Between Al Monte and tenth Avenue was Given first hearing by the regional planning commission wednesday. The second hearing will lie held june 18 at 11 30 a in. Now i quires parking area double that of the buildings floor space. He said Market Basket could not go through with its plans for the building on the Northeast Corner unless the parking arrangements were worked out. I tie new building would have a frontage of 160 Teet on first Avenue Ltd parking area to the rear and along the Alley to the North Shaw said. What would be arcadians first trailer Park was discussed by the commission thursday with a hear i investigation of two memorial my being set for june 19. Charles Day burglaries by Arcadia police Lait appeared to explain his pc led to the recovery of All the stolen tuition tor a variance to permit the first Avenue graduates class of 144 thursday ending their grammar school Days thursday 144 seniors at first Avenue school will be graduated at 5 in tin school auditorium. Graduation week started thursday when More than 150 attended an old fashioned picnic at the county Park with tug of War egg la owing sack races and relay Competition Between classes. Follow no a pot Luck dinner under the big of a skits were presented by different rooms and the county Park Pool was opened an hour Eaily for swimming. The students were Back in the classroom at 3 15 . With f. We lev Davies As the i principal speaker the g Adu ates will i hold vocational dinner Tomor i of night at 6 ., followed by the i Linal Assembly known As a Gas. I Light a to which parents Are in i cited this year for the first time ii. The schools history. Meanwhile. 250 graduating seniors at m. A. D. Were right in the Middle of a Busy senior week. With Baccala Cate services to be held tonight at 7 30 . In the High school auditorium. Delivering the Salmon will be the Rev. Pai l v. Goodwin pastor of the first Baptist Church whose subject will be a Good news for opening the service will be the j High school chorus singing As a processional hymn a Onward Chris i Tian soldiers As the graduates take their places in the Audito cum. I the mixed chorus will sing the Anni a a Doramus to Christie pay continued on Page 2 pm a i new business move expected in West Arcadia association installs Moss As president a my sewer started a pupae and Artukovich Crew Dis first Trench for City a new sewer system from Naomi Over to Al Monte. A Tribune bulletin end photo of for this osteopaths find Hospital facilities lag far behind needs few i i 11 i South prophecy follow thursday West Arcadia elation. As the in of should he the biggest business District in in Al forma Quot was the of Harvey Moss or. I n g his installation is president of the business Asso new officers took coming year a Rete the b no Unin Clayton aloud hat definite de a its on to e West Side of tween Naomi and d arte Phi the meeting Wilities. It present is far below minimum requirements similar population. However As pointed out foothill osteopathic society at the regular May discussed at length the area need for Hospital a agreed that the per capita bed space at for areas of pointed out by or. Elsie was the Havemann of Monrovia the episcopal men s club raising Parish House fund suspects held in memorial Day burglaries Camp on fou the Avenue North of the Santa be tracks. He said the site is hidden from View and Well planted with fruit Trees. Recommended for approval was Frank b. Mcintosh petition for a variance on Baldwin South of Fairview to permit installation of a Hobby shop in his garage. The commission specified that no merchandise be displayed on the front of the property and that the shops sign be no la Ger than three Lect squat e. Declaring that building on the continued on Page 2 property including a $2500 Mink coat within four Days of tile crime. Arraigned thursday on three it counts of by Glary were two . James f. Farris 20, and Paul sondersted 21, whose Case was continued one week for plea. Two of the jobs alleged to have been committed by Farris and sondersted were in the Rancho Here memorial Day. The third burglary occurred Iii the Mich Llinda Hist let in addition to the Mink coat stolen articles included a Bolo knife French revolution sword Shotgun jewelry and clothes. Sgt. William on of the Arcadia police conducted the investigation. With a goal of $40,000 to build a badly needed Parish House members of the men s club of St. Luke episcopal Church will to d a dinner meeting tuesday night to discuss ways and Means and to hear an address by l. T. Van Der veer business manager and director of personnel at Pepperdine College. Already the club has secured a proximally $20,000 Iii Cash Bond and pledges toward the first unit o sus j the new Parish House and Leader say they will nerd at last that much More before beginning construction on this unit so badly needed by the children a Depa tent. President Robert Baer preside at the meeting. Capacity of Monrovia Hospital 9 of under new management and Iii .h"1 proc ers of renovation and in a. It has not been utilize d by All of the doctors to whom it is available. I ill cooperation was voted for the Tut t a group now organizing a u. D raising program toward th2 erection of a 200 b d , providing Hie into rested communities. Ire fully advised As to the full Over i Intel e i veto win would soon be announced. K Ming in close touch with City government the association has named Paul Burkholder Chai Mal of a committee that will have a repro Rota Tive at every meeting o Furich r a that big new by. S enterprises were being planned for West Arcadia and would be identified shortly was giver a Tribune bulletin reporter Friday night by Benjamin Clayton. Coo shopping period being offered Here stores to extend hours to 9 p. In. Starting1 this week Many members of the Arcadia merchants association in the downtown business District will remain open until 9 . On thursday evenings for the of the will wife gown lamp lighter cameraman now i Arcadia fix it shop. Richard j. Mcateer former movie wilds custom made lamps in West Tribune built tin photo outlaw photographer now converts Champagne magnums into lamps re the City Council and the City plan Ning commission. The committee also is expected to watch developments in the proposed master zoning of the City. An a Tompki e and three other prizes will be awarded at the fall amount of Money that is Neces carnival the association vol d. Carl jts a far cry from photographing Jane Russell in outlaw Quot but he likes it. Richard j. Mcateer former movie cameraman has opened a lamp wiring repair and fix it shop at 720 West Duarte Road after converting his Hobby into a business. Dick was one of the Lucky Flicker photos who worked sell in spent Quot Ach Community Parson has been named chairman of participation a Annua event. Of opera View from the Foothills us furriers you find it hard to believe that anyone could look on us charming arcadians and our projects critically Well certain of our Good neighbors in Sierra Madre have Serrations. Officially their reservations come six fold. You recall that we would like to build a Reservoir for our water department 011 a a. Eel of land which we own in their tidy Dorp at the North end of Santa Anita Avenue. Seems they would be fonder of us it we did no task this Boon. Residents of the area lodged a Strong protests about our project so their planning commission As reported in the Sierra Madre news recently hedged its approval about with six reservations. We Are to build a six foot Fence around the Plant to Plant it to Ivy ground cover and shrubs to sink the Reservoir into the ground with no More than five feet exposed sink the Phou e so that it is two thirds underground and equip it with a quiet electric Moio. Granted these conditions do not make it too economical for Arcadia. But if you had a Nice place up there would t you want its j desirability protected Post no Bills does anyone Ever complain about j the Way manufacturers put their i labels fore and aft on the automobiles we buy in Box car letters its strange How they get away j it. For example How would you like to Wear a Good big make s Label embroidered on the breast pocket of your sunday go to meeting suit and another across j the derriere of the pants where never is heard we saw sea of grass at the i local Cinema Wick up recently and sure enough there was that same j error common to All westerns i even the Good ones with stories about Range life in the seventies and eighties. In them we see jaspers with Buck Kin fringes sideburns Brassbound Winchester and All the other authentic trappings of the pictured Era Riding modern swell Fork saddles such As were not made until after the turn of the Century. That a what they were doing in sea of grass. Them Days Pone what we actually Rod 1 was saddles mostly with horns nigh As big As a Skillet the rigging looped around outside pm Nib naked on a Little bitty narrow Fork. It d be most Likely an old Al in m Fork that we d Cut Lur up yonder at the headwaters of the Brazos. Morn ing it Everend met associate minister Charles Phillips of the presbyterian Community Church whom i know slightly on the d Ive the other Day bade him a Good morning and a ked to know if he had had a Good vacation in the East he filled patiently made a Little joke about it and said that he was not the reverend but was getting used to being mistaken for him. He introduced himself As l. L. Strawn. Well sure i Felt foolish Well Worth seeing if you like the dash and verve of Tennis have yourself a look at the opening matches of the Public Parks tournament beginning in Che county Park this morning at 9 o clock. There Are really Good players i oui All Over the county entered Iii this years affair. Mrs. John Herrin Secretary of the tournament committee stoutly believes that the event is about to become of age As one of the major Tennis events of the year in Southern California. Much depends on whether Tennis enthusiasts turn out to watch Al. C Berge Brandis Given Eagle scout awards Kent Berge explorer Post one sponsored by the National federation Federal employees local 703 Boris v. Jaco Bowsky leade. Anc Robert Brandes troop three sponsored by the rotary club of Arcadia Gerald m. Burton scoutmaster received their Eagle award at the District Couit of Honor thursday at first Avenue school. The awards which Are National awards were presented by a member of the National committee Lawrence r. Mcnamee of Monrovia who is a1, o a member of the Board of directors of Pasadena and san i Gabriel Valley Council. Mcnamee Lias been engaged in scout activities o More than 20 years and holds t in highest Scouter award the Silva reaver. Harry Miller and Robert Olds of exp Orer Post o in received then Gold Palm awards. This is for Suc be fully passing to More Merit badges above the Eagle 1 equipments. These two awards were presented by Homer Brown who was formerly chairman of the Arcadia advancement and awards committee. Brown has been Active ii scouting for Many years. A life scout award was presented i to Ward Woods of t top one. Spon j sorted by the Arcadia Lions club and i Donald Harrison ship one a non such Spon ored by Glenn Dyer Post american legion received the Star scout award. Sary to raise Iii the detailed plan and the detailed method Tion of Hie Hospital. Or. Bruce Sims of Arcadia president of the association said that. A Many communities have burdened them elves with the Cost of const. Acting hospitals Only to find after completion that use of the Hospital s restricted to those people under the care of certain selected physicians. Tile majority of so called Community hospitals the construct Ion and operation of which was Lade possible by contributions from he people in the Community Are in no respect operated for the Benefit of All of the people in the com men Al Kohler finance and i Emery Hardwick advertising. As the association resolved that be listing Hardwick will be Don Slater Ore the fund raising program opens j Paul Gibbs and Charley a breath. I Vince Rizzo has been appointed although closing is still optional with the individual merchants the association has set As its policy the observation of six National holidays fourth of july labor Day thanksgiving c h r i s t m a a new years and decoration Day. Two Day closings will be up to the in-1 div dual merchant. In addition to Moss other new i officers installed by Sam Owens \ were Hortense Seymour vice presi j Dent Margaret Glatz Secretary and i Otis Sprague treasure -. Named to head committees were Carl Pearson 1 membership de Wiltse entertain Jie Santa Anita Hospital association should publicly express their policies and give unqualified As Urance to the people of the interested communities that anyone entering the Hospital for care May Nave tree Choice of any physician and surgeon licensed in the stat. F California. Welfare shop Board adjourns for summer adjourning until sept 24, the Board of directors of the read welfare and the 1 it shop were Day hard reports of toe w Art walk of the month and competed its to. K for the summer. Mrs. Katherine Smth presided. I h2 shop itself remain open and a Busy summer is anticipated directors said. Chairman for the association picnic and mis Seymour was placed in charge of Christmas decoration j. Board officials attend convention attending the California real estate convention being held at Coronado the last three Days were Geo be Arbaugh preside j of the Arcadia realty Board mrs. Sophia Johnson a Cretaro treasurer and Wilma Jantze 1, publicity director. Men who signed Constitution forum subject a living picture of the men who i w o e and signed the greatest document in american history will be i drought to tire Arcadia forum tutus i Day when miss Thias Plaisted Speaks on a the framers of the cons Titu conducted by or. Frederick w. Roman the forum will net at 7 30 at first Avenue school. Cake and Coffee will be served. Prizes Start savings accounts Hor children three Arcadia children were $175 Richer this week following award of prize savings account starters by he Arcadia Branch. Citizens Bank of Monrovia at a Santa Anita theater mat n e. Rues Winner a d 161 a who received Carrol 841 san were Bobbie hit Hunt Egton Clive $100 Nav France Simeon Road who received $50 and Robert Gasper 406 san Luis Rev award d $25 More than 400 kids attended he matinee savings Deposit books wert1 pm enter by Anthony Galasso Branch manager. A on close up of Jane rus Howard Hawks epic. He j years in Hollywood with consolidated film industries and made a specially of optical came a trick photography. Joining the Navy he was assigned to secret operations and put his film experience to Good j use it the naval air station in Wash i Egton d. C. He worked for a year 1 in the photo lab on secret stuff. Along with several men from the Disney studios. I photography was Only one of the kills Mcateer developed. Being a machinist a Trade he spent five years with masters fittings company. Now he a to be seen converting magnums of Champagne mexican water jugs Cid Percolator and cd kerosene lanterns into Beautiful table lamps. He Aloo turns out Copper and brass planters All his products being custom made. Born in Iowa. Mcateer came out Here at the age of one and g aril lated from Hoover in Glendale. He and his wife Carole Anc their sen John Lve with Carole smother mrs. Mabel Wever on Sunset having mow o t from git Ndal a Yea ago. When not working. Dick likes , camping and Hunting rabbits. Dict added convenience shopping1 Public. From now on Hubby have no excuse when the wants him to see that new before she buys it or she when he wants Hei advice on that new shirt or tie. Merchants who have already indicated their intention of giving shoppers this Opportunity to do their shopping in the Cool of the evening include smart shop of Santa Anita Roy Long s Mishop Santa Anita motors Arcadia sporting goods Gawne Cycle shop Minnie Moss Clark Clift and Swanberger Arcadia tots to teens Hazlett and Shugert Paul Miller appliances. Kiddie Kottage Arcadia hardware Santa Anita appliances and the Muic room merry a of Arcadia Margaret Scott. Ginius Seeley jewellers. Arcadia Florist Arcadia Bontery Miller jewellers Carruthers shoes and the following firms which ire open every evening Pines Coffee shop. The Fountain Bagnall tin j pharmacy Engle pharmacy Hap-51 x Pye a drive in liquor Waffle shop drive in drug and Carleton a. Additional names Are expected to de added to this list before thursdays paper goes to press making Hie list of those who will participate almost too per cent representative of the retail business in the Huntington drive first Avenue area. Whether this service is continued will depend entirely upon the response of the buying Public. If you want it and wish it continued make use of it otherwise the merchants cannot afford the additional overhead and expense involved in making this service possible association officials said. Car rejuvenated for missionary work in Korea Margaret Scott to air fashion show wednesday a mid season fashion show will be presented by Margaret Scott wednesday at 12 30, on the Quot meet me for t to Chi program Over Kwiw to be aired from tile Oak tree inn at foothill and Rosemead. Modelling the Lovely summer frocks will be Larraine Peterson Dolores Bader Genevieve Woolf Cayer and Phyllis Birk. Reservations should be made by calling the inn. The old bus was the same welcomed Back to Arcadia from i vacation in the Eastern states he Rev. And mrs. Charles Phillip Ere pre eared with a rejuvenated a Rii Tion of their automobile outfitted in their absence for service in korean missionary work the Phillips head for Korea next month the men s Fellowship club sponsored the project and the entire membership of the Community presbyterian Church helped on the new engine tires seat covers and paint Job in charge of the project was a committee of Richard Evans William Everts Ray Williams Jack Baldwin Don Strawn Hubert Townsend Jack Dougherty Roy Hopper John Rosenau Lee Pratt. And George Redman Dee ii t la to be called a Jack of a1 Lades but lie Aas the requirements. Foal masters hear talk on military trauma a 11 trod Crai d morn v cd in i to ast Iota c in in Ovitt ent it on a cd Schondra offering proof of the we d destroying de cd a manges under 2erately my super round h my Rick a Security a a Paul Kennedy photo. Hlad Start Bobbie Hayward Ray Frances Carrol and Robert Gasper receive savings account starters totalling $175 from Anthony Galasso manager of Arcadia s new Bank fallowing theater contest last week. Covering t aiding and the by t speech a Why i am am bean a was timely table topic value of reflection frequently. Constructive or client in handled Charles Gibson Marian Rodney Fontal advisors Hoyt Curtis Anc program Anni Ranger for tomorrow eludes Frank Dean a. A military was voted Roud to Orville he exp on tin be an Tulgar a lined the subject school Board orders District education Survey a professional Survey of the District which will include collection of data in the following subjects was ordered last night by the school Board organizational Structure and operation. Financial Structure and operation Tion. Pupil personnel and population. Curriculum and instruction. Certificated and non certificated personnel. Special services. The school Plant and land utilization. I he Boti re plan to begin the Survey with the Start of the new semester in september. A Pui pore of the Survey a said superintendent e e. Westerhouse a is to provide the Dis Trice with a comparison of our educational program and organization with those of the Best. The Board has been considering selection of the Survey staff for some time. Arcadians should Welcome the Survey As evidence of tile of sire of the Board to provide the Best in its educational program. It will Chart the future educational plans of the District and development of the Arcadia building plans discussed by m. A. D. Board with a a a mini trustees if t. Criticism was Effi by general critic assisted by Gram Johnson and Hori Georee Alba to b Clovius Beach. Ii need by Previtl it meeting in toastmaster. We sell Reh Ines i Briita St mat it aria tie boat of get discussed the Prog Arn including f the by a aches. $35,000, cast of re lid take care of wid h providing new exit Side Carl fee Arbaugh speakers Davidson Gibson. As topic master. It As general critic. Rodney Johnson Hoyt Curtis and Chat a Cost change vacation. The de Lii resented to the Board were an additional seven Cia a a lecture room estimated of $150,000. S in the dates for easter and re establishment of i clinic were also

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