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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 22, 1939, Arcadia, California Views Arad reviews 3q. Witt a. It Alan. Thu Way out of arcadians Jover Muntal tangle has been found and throw Ike i he office of governor Olson the course has bet1 ii charted fora settlement of troubles which have left Arcadia without a Council and a normally fun Toniuk government. Apply tent of a special Roc inn commission last night should solve the difficulties and the Way is now paved for a United Effort postmaster of Arcadia s citizens to work for Captain Thomas a. Grant Arcadia postmaster today the City. More us Arcadia citizens All property owners and voters i Nied the Appeal to the governor Winch was drafted by City attorney James c Bone and presented to the state s chief executive by councilman James it. Griffins. Councilmen of Riffitts and Emil Bol were two of the petition sign was scheduled to undergo an ers As was former councilman it operation Iii St. Hosp a. Murphy. Mall a last Tai at Pasadena for correction of a Kitney ailment. May it. Attending physicians said la i infill that the condition of the postmaster who i is Pron ill j or six weeks could be described a. following n blood transfusion tuesday Captain Grant rallied slightly bul yesterday it was said that his general condition was a a unchanged. Or. T. N. Kendall of Arcadia and or. Ben d. Mas by specialist of Pasadena Are attending physician1. During tile absence of the Jagt St master the Post office is in charge of Thomas he Foron assistant postmaster. L seeking cooperation of Arcadia parents tin police department and Rancho Santa Anita executives this week issued a a Ming prohibiting youngsters from swimming in the old sheep Reservoir and the irrigation Reservoir on the Rancho property disregarding fences and warning signs posted about the reservoirs Arcadia youths and boys from adjacent communities in the past have been swimming i them Clifton b. Heard manager of Rancho Santa Anita said yester a afternoon. Quot the reservoirs were not constructed for swimming purposes and Are dangerous and unhealthy when so used a Herd said. A it was in a similar Reservoir in the Northern Section of the City in final rites for Robert John Bruns 2519 Naomi Avenue who passed away at his Home Here on sunday were held yesterday afternoon from the Glasser and Johns mortuary and Chapel with or. N. Milo Fiske of the Arcadia Community Church officiating. Interment followed at Mountain View cemetery in Altadena. A resilient of Arcadia for the past 14 years brims was born at Elkhart Lake wd., october 2, 1869. For 40 years he was in the Sheet Metal works business and operated his own store in this City for several years. He is survived by his wife mrs Marie Brans one daughter mrs. Melvin Cleland Baldwin Park one son Robert bums Arcadia one granddaughter two Brothers. Or. Edward brims of Plymouth wis., and Richard Bruns of Elkhart Lake two Sisters mrs. Emma Merton of White fish Bay wis., and mrs. Anna Smith of Plymouth. Which Little Hilbert Harris of Elsinore lost his life last the so called sheep Reservoir is located at the intersection of Colorado Boulevard and Colorado place the other on Mich Illinoia Avenue and Oakdale on the extreme Western Boundary line of the Rancho. Fob july 4tb or. Fiske will speak sunday in Pasadena tile sunday morning Sermon Iii the Pasadena presbyterian Church will be delivered by or. N. Milo Fiske pastor of the Arcadia Community Church. Or. Fiske was called this week to deliver the message in the pulpit left vacant by or. Robert Freeman now on a six months leave of absence in euro ice. Or. Al skew a topic will be a overcoming evil with at the 11 of clock services Here sunday morning Hugh Nelson As on test held up due to uncontrollable circumstances announcement of the Winner in the a traffic quiz has been delayed. A fall program of sports has been arranged for the second annual san Gabriel Valley Reid icon and fourth of july Celebration to be staged in Santa Anita county recreational Park Iii Arcadia. Every form of popular competitive athletic event will in included and participating in the events will be contestants from All sections of san Gabriel Valley. Tennis matches Between the Alhambra and Santa Anita Tennis clubs already have been arranged with singles and doubles Tor both men and women. Competing in the feature baseball game of the Day will be teams re presenting the Western tool a die company of los Angeles and the lamber workers Union local no. 2788. The latter team played against Hie Arcadia merchants at Hie opening of the Santa Anita Bidi Park last july 4. Iii addition to the sports program and other Day time events arrangements have been made for a Gigantic fireworks display in the evening under the auspices of the Arcadia kist of the american legion. The fireworks display As Well As All the other events will be free of charge. A general invitation has been extended to All residents of san Gabriel Valley. Distant supervisor of the vacation Bible school will bring the Prin a Cipal address speaking on the theme a i am not ashamed Quot assisted by the midshipmen of the Pioneer class or. Fiske will speak at Hie 7 30 of clock evening hour on the subject. A getting our bearings a. The program for the sunday night service follows Praise service. First mate George Peck Ham Bible responses navigator Robert be ans ton Solo. Purser Robert Miller prayer commander Durston Williams offering. Wayne Carver and Dick rowdies message. Honorary commander Hugh Nelson. Horsemen plan meeting Friday late Tom in Unity newspaper working with and for Arcadia. All dressed up for a a May Golf tourney Pacific coast strikes paralysing the lumbering Industry yesterday threatened to d Day an immediate Start on construction work on tin new Church of tin holy appels. With the Supply of lumber affected and prices fluctuating daily through the Harbor tie ups committees in charge of the building program yesterday voted to postpone activity until the matter is settled. Original plans of the Parish leaders called for the filing yesterday of plans for the major portion of the building finances for which were raised by a successful Campaign last Spring with the City building department the initial project calling for the expenditure of approximately $30,000, father Gerald m. O Keeffe pastor said. With a permit calling for the construction of a $19,000 Home for in w. Anderson at 941 West Orange Grove Avenue heading tile list building applications for five new dwellings were issued this week at the City Hall. The june aggregate late yesterday afternoon was $71,240. It was announced by building inspector Glen b. Watson. Permits issued this week include Samuel Mitchell for h. Wanderson 941 West Orange Grove Avenue erect dwelling and garage $19,000 w. J. Gray and son Tor Frank m. Glasser 506 South first Avenue erect dwelling and garage $5,000. Morris and Johnson for w. H. Troup 1915 Holly Avenue erect dwelling and garage $2,800 j. C. Riddlebaugh 1036 South sixth Avenue remodel garage $100 c. S. Lytle 916 North first Avenue erect dwelling and garage. $2,700. Martin o. Pfalzgraf 1532 South second Avenue add to dwelling and erect Chicken House $500 w. J Gray and son for John a. 1010 North fifth Avenue dwelling $4,000. Garbed in football togs mrs. Helen Siaw is shown above As she teed off tuesday morning Iii tilt Santa Anita woman a Golf club a a Madcap tournament. On the extreme left mrs. Adele Nosb if Winner of first prize for the Best costume Post s As the Caddy. Left it right Back Row Alice Ford Cele Almour Lorraine Sornborger Alice Muller Florence Beery Seavada Heaney Bess Benjamin Lois Kendall Charleston Mayo and Hattye Douglas. Front Row finances Kruse Ruth Bell Dorothy Nugent Lottie in Dland and Castle erect bites Tai reviewing their first six months of existence officers and members j boyhood and youth were spent fireman trains in life saving of California horsemen inc., will Mot at Arcadia City Hall Friday evening at 7 30 of clock. Clyde a. Wesson president will preside. Organized in november 1938 the group has grown from a Small i nucleus of horsemen to 410 mom j Bens representing every Community in los Angeles county since that time. Safely past the a a embryo stage the organization will compare its accomplishments with its Aims during tile first six months of its life. At Friday s meeting. Fireman de Gates of tile Arcadia department is attending special red Cross aquatic sports life saving classes at Blue near Eureka and. Upon his return will be equipped to serve the local red crass and of truer organization. As an instructor. Gates recently completed his duties As an instructor in first Aid at the evening High school millions in new taxes blocked last rites for William Thomas Richards who passed away at his Home. 1023 Arcadia Avenue monday were to be held this morning at to of clock in the Little Church of the Flowers at Forest Lawn with Glasser and Johns in charge. Rev. N. Milo Fiske. Pastor of the Arcadia Community Church was to conduct the services. Or. Richards was born july 27. 1863. At British hollow wis. His in Wisconsin and Iowa. A Pioneer of Western South Dakota or. Richards was prominent in Early Day farming and Stock raising there. He owned land in several counties and Tor ten years was state Hail insurance inspector. He was a member of the met Hod i is episcopal Church and was of i f ciliated with the masonic Blue Lodge. Consistory and shrine. While in residence Here for the past live years he attended the Arcadia Community Church. It surviving Are his widow. Mrs. I Mary Francis Richards one Haugh i Tor mrs Vera Frances Peterson one sister mrs. Mabel Lay of Ash land ore., and one brother or. Quot red Richards of Sturgis so. Dak Many amusing events Are planned for the annual sunday school picnic of the Arcadia Community Church set for All Day saturday june 24. At Santa Aluta county Park. Bob Adams will be in charge of registrations which open promptly at to a. In. From to to 12 baseball games Are scheduled Between tile Arcadia pioneers nine and a team to be picked tiler Golf Ter Las cores were a secondary mat tuesday when members of the Santa Anita woman a Golf club participated Iii the first annual a Madcap tournament on the san a Anita course fairways. Ransacking the attics club Mem Lac a t of i rom the other Sui univ so tool Cla it Alii the i to by Nta an lion but mile a Anita c luncheon Al 12 30 will pleasantly Divide the Clay. With the sunday a school serving ice Cream As dessert upper room class proud-1 no and the ing Coffee and lemonade races and various other athletic stunts will Start the afternoon program off at 1 30. Events will be in charge of Ray Williams general i chairman who will award ribbons to i winning contestants. Oil in i will St a a it fiesta cd function holy an Day at i the big pee it p. In James of the entertainment disclosed today after the two mile race a Dink Schroeder and Charles Morton will contest in a one mile sprint. The races will be run under the auspices of the a a Musty Debs bicycle club of Long Beach. The program of races will Start with racers Ai la Benefit mrohs of the held this Sun Racetrack. Wilt follow the races at 3 30 chairmen commit t a a ree map tar test a id. Thi. A a Rte in but Alai a pee a qua wee Ifyu race men rate for the two big cars will be h followed by four 5 which tile i selected for entry tvs it a a a a main the program sum ill a la a g cd. Johnson of Ala in in it or. Costumed equestrian i s tart i rom second Huntington drive half hour in Lally planned in sent time May be the exhibition eve u the Parade. Helmet Quail v will by ported to Hie varieties of costumes mils to hoop skirts. Ai cd to plus six Knieri mrs. Adele be Bitt first Iron a in All foot Ball Cowboy win Tarelli a Chub the an the Ade will Nae and 9 30 a. In than Origi that suit t from in will be will close Bolt pm Anne free. A will be in j in try it for la Birt cd Tai for i of City awarded r Ime. She a funny r in y mrs. I Lien i coolie Low w As a will flt a lie cab Fin Wessli Ila to he Eli in lest i to i Lee Ade Tri to be Ai Vici it a will resident of a inc., will in events. Jot riders Are sex tic Pate in the Par Mclaglen a equity be part As will other is. The Parade will the Whittier school i who kept curse to cow Bel i j scoring i i miss Esther i dozen eggs. In addition to t the following go the tournament t Quot anything g Cele Almour. E Best Alume hat a coat and r a ensemble in Ted i ill ii Box. I bag of Dorothy Nugent grooved swing about the he accompaniment of a a about her Waist. For Hest in the tournament Wood prize o i prunes later a. Riven two named above took part in mine of which l pm lot be kit a a Wood i a and. All Hatty Charleston e Ford and serving As the con rate Al group was asked by every civic and in Arcadia today Bob Touchon chairman of a Gal chamber of Commerce Metier to cooperate in a Beautiful Campaign. Touchon said a we Are anxious to launch Campaign but As a prelim step we seek the a s vice and Vest ions of leaders in every a Dia organization so that for Tho Community a Felimina spot will b Campaign and we believe tin Quot the Cha in t serving As the Campaign Only a co ordinal in id on of every Iii the i Mal goal and. By United an be Ach a of Conin spearhead hat there body to a of to if Stellar entertain dude Clara Fische Norton of Alham Spanish dancer a of i Emple cite i Ivy. Of san a by. And in of di0 sol Calili a f. Near too m Ark Campaign can be a unite off it seventy five millions of dollars in new taxes proposed by governor Olson were prevented during the legislative session just closed. State senator Jerrold seawall president pro tem of the Enate said yesterday. M reviewing the work of the a Economy bloc Quot of which he is a prominent member. Mrs. De Forest Stoll of Santa Anita Oaks is expecting Hie arrival of her Niece. Muss Maxine Griffith of Chica to on the Streamliner today. Miss Griffith a student at Loring school will spend the summer vacation Here. I Ater in the summer she plans to visit the san Francisco fair. Davis Young stallion wins Blue at Santa Ana a a three time Winner is Brummell Young Palomino s of or. And mrs. Jack Dave has carried off three first or his first three appearances show ring a Beau added a i fill i first prize trophy to his non noes Jig out tits Brot Lier Moreno who placed third i same confirmation class a Santa Ana horse show last end. The Wor toilet bobs Baldwin interest pain. E rear in do leu for ins the pit Kip am id i pc club sponsors ride ill. Us to be Aid tin w we the san sponsored a Day. From Hies. Among to were mesh Peggy pern Charlotte ii c. Van Pelt in a to gom i i \ Al n a \ i s Diego Tibet ii ill be selected for governor Culbert l. Olson last nit Fht moved to bring an end to a read i a 8 tangled municipal affairs when he named three commissioners to conduct a special City election at which three councilmen will he named to fill three existing1 vacancies. The commissioners named by Tho chief executive Are Fred Blethen Fred Sockman Harles e. Hoover the three were notified last night that official commissions signed by the governor Are in the mail and should reach them in Arcadia today. However because of the necessary Legal Steps it was the general opinion in informed sources last night that the election cannot he held until on or about August 8. Immediately after receipt of Tele a Grams from the governor. Blather Sockman and Hoover met informally with City attorney James Bone and discussed details for expediting the election program. It was agreed that the three upon receipt of their official commissions immediately would go before Superior judge Frank c. Collier in Pasadena and take their oaths of office the first step toward an elec i Hon. Officially sworn they then will draft the election Call and set the specific Date but the Legal period of waiting Between the Call and the election probably will delay the vote until August. Governor Olson a action last night was based on a petition signed by approximately too arcadians asking that he intervene to end the City a tangle which has blocked the operation of City government through the resignation of councilman Everett f. Niday following the recall of mayor Arthurea Malin and councilman William a. Murphy. With these three seats vacant councilmen James r. Griffins and Emil Bolz have been unable to transact official business because they did not constitute a Council manic quorum. As a result City payrolls cannot be approved or other City business transacted. City workers now Are forced to assign their checks to the Bank and obtain Loans. The petition to the governor was placed in the chief executives hands at Sacramento by councilman Griffins and a plea made for Early settlement of tile City s troubles. Social evening planned for Arcadia masons seeking to stimulate fraternal Fellowship a social evening program will to staged for Arcadia masons tomorrow night in the Temple on South Santa Anita Avenue. Gathering in the Temple at 7 30 of clock the Lodge members and other masons residing in the Community will be seated at table for t urls chert checkers and other social games it was announced by Woi Toful master Melville a Hawkins. Arcadia masons have been a. Keel to invite a visiting brother to the event one of the highlights of the Early summer Calendar. Def w the c. L lie l tue Johns if the Point do id i Ives appointment Virginia Stewart met be of Arcadia has been appointed a Field Secretary of California for Junior programs inc it a announced this week. Mrs. Maize will Contact Civie groups throughout the Blate of California during the summer it Hook the series of cultural program especially planned for children

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