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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 11, 1947, Arcadia, California Arcadia bulletin sunday morning edition of the vote Quot yes Quot on school Bonds Friday vote Quot yes Quot on school Bonds Friday Anh Arcadia news vol. 8, no. 46 arc Adia. California Dav Mav la 11 17 5c per copy storm Channel plan provides for Bridges Engineer says Drain won t Divide City provision for Bridges Over the proposed Concrete storm Channel has been made and the plans changed to re route the Drain around the civic Center site. This Assurance was Given Guy Cornyn City attorney by m. Pm Salsbury of the District engineers office Friday. Cornyn conferred with Salsbury alter a committee of local realtors j had asked for clarification of the j Hood control plan. Salsbury stated that the u. S army engineers have been working on plans for building Concrete Chan a nets along the Eaton and Santa j the City its water rights in the Anita washes for upwards of to Eastern Basin of the Pasadena years. The Santa Anita Wash is Monrovia watershed remain in. A a a referred to in the government plans i changed following a reversal of a new Housson As the Arcadia Wash. Both washes j Superior court decision by the will Channel into the proposed a Tate Tomt of Appeal this week. Dev Cioper eni local merchants in radio show a Sere wednesday with Arcadia merchants donating prizes Quot meet me for with j a Boynton will be transcribed at lie Oak tree inn on foothill Boulevard wednesday at i p. Rn., for Road cart the following morning Iver Kwiw at 9 45 a. In. An audience participation program the event is an All Arcadia affair with Many local merchants a presented. Including Margaret Scott dress shop Roy Long a menus shop jes Cne a dress shop Arcadia loot by Arcadia Florist Arcadia 4 us in Mart Aud bakery a appliances. Court decision will not affect Eastern Basin their Dave student leaders of . T Ink o it r to e City to i item he re tuesday. In the foreground Are Roy Hall Dean Dos or and nor be of 1t it Aux. In Tho Back Row an a a judge Jim Griffins a a mayor Walt Anderson Hilt i Ltd Abill Stevens Jack Carnine Art Little stun Halstead Laird m Odd and Lewis m i r. Tribune bulletin Phot. Whittier dam below Al Monte now the subject of considerable Contro almost All municipalities and Pri Versy due to the objection of elevate water companies involved opening today . Summer Roundup to include a examination of Ai new school children Monte residents. The entire project is under the supervision of the u. S. Army engineers who require a local Agency agreed to a distribution of the rights t. ,.summer Roundup of children is a major health project made in 1944 by a referee appointed housing eve open o in in a sponsored by t he National Oner is of parents and teachers by judge flank Collier. One firm i to a in which Arcadia Council and units Are participating. It in took an Appeal from the decision what a the for so. Of Jav a of 33 nearing eludes examination in the Spring of All children who will in this Case the county flood con and this a to a k the appellate court completion Are nut on the Market enter school for the first time i iring i he next school year Troi District to handle local prob-1 in Quot ded a Pinion that the near Holly and Las Tunas at either the kindergarten or first Grade level. Parents and lems including rights of Way and settlement should be made on the representing an investment of the family physician then have an Asis of priorities. M0re than a million Dollar the Opportunity for the correction of the problem involves Only the project is being developed by Harold All remediable defects during the Western Basin the Eastern Basin p. Shaw builder and designer w the summer. As a result of the project including the site of the City Wells j Wade Williams realty organization More children Are entering school Highway Crossings. The current interest of the local residents in the drainage program is emphasized by the fact that appraisers for the county Are engaged in obtaining necessary rights of Way to the East of Al Monte Avenue in the Vicinity of Longden Avenue. Construction of the proposed Concrete channels will await the necessary appropriation from Congress which May take several years. The present plans of the county engineers provide for a Channel which would bisect the property recently acquired by the City for a civic Center but Cornyn was Given the definite Assurance by Salsbury that the county was presently engaged on plans to re route this portion of the Channel to either Side of the City property. Cornyn raised the question As to continued on Page 2 is not affected by the decision. Fake Diamond fools station attendant carrying two a High class a fares As resident brokers. Williams will each year in Good physical condition maintain a staff of three salesmen with Good h Aith habits established on the property until it is Soli. Followed by i is absenteeism during Quot the investment is fully justified the school year. View7 of the great future of tills the Arcadia Council heal h Chai rom Han Diego to Nevada via Ai Man mrs. Albert n. Hint an Carina a cab Driver pulled into a ounces that a staff of doctors will entice station at first and Hunt of at first Avenue school june 3, ing Toh sunday and offered the Aland at Holly Avenue school june Ridant a a Diamond Quot ring for $10. 4, for the round up examination j the cabbie told the attendant mrs. reports that since tile that he was a Short of dough and cooperation of local physicians with did no to want to ask fares for this . Project is generous she Money until the trip was Over. He expects to have two or three Doc explained that they were a High the suspect is alleged to have proposed salary increases for tors at each school. Class company and operated in cashed checks ranging in value i . Teachers can be put into plans Are being completed with Hollywood. He then said that the ring was Worth Many times More than $10 and that he would return police seek Arcadia bum Check artist police Are looking for a nationally known forger who unloaded to bum checks Here two months ago. Growing City a Shaw said. . Teacher Roise possible report states parochial school to have formal opening today thousand to attend program open House one thousand visitors Are expected to a t i e n d the a a Mother a Day open hoist and program at the holy Angels parochial school on West Huntington drive at Holly Avenue from i too p. Rn., this afternoon according to father Gerald m. Of Keeffe pastor of the holy Angels Catholic Church. City officials school authorities and the Public have been invited to inspect the new school which was completed last week among the guests of Honor will be visiting priests from surrounding communities. Among them will be Mons. Thomas of Regan Rev. Tim 1 of Keeffe Rev. Thomas English Rev. James Hourihan Rev. Michael Heely father Leo and father Boniface from the monastery at Sierra Madre As Well As father William Lundy and father Alex Dufresne. Also among the honoured guests will be Sisters from order of St. Francis of penance and Christian Charity who will come from the various schools and hospitals which Are operated by them As Well As from it. Alverno. Their Mother House at Sierra Madre. Highlight of the afternoon will be he two hour stage show commencing at 3 p. Rn., in the auditorium which will be presented by All the children of the school. The school designed by architect George Adams has a conservative Mission Type exterior to match the i architecture of the Church alongside. It was built by the Pozzo construction company under the continued on Page 2 voters to pass on school Bond Issue Friday Heidenreich Williams candidates for Board next Friday the registered voters of Arcadia will go to Tho paid to elect one trustee for the elementary school District. Two trustees for tin High school District and to pass on a recommendation of the Board of trustees that the a Lenien tary school District i itself for an additional 00 to Del Ray the expense of no badly needed additional 1 buildings. Bending for the vacant seat e elementary school Board Are Arcadia. Police said worthless. The ornament was View from the Foothills. Out of the past Railroad engineers its said own their own whistles with distinctive voices that identify them to other knowing railroaders who happen to hear. That May or May not be but there a no doubt that each Engineer has own Way of spacing the whistle blasts so that they Are As unmistakable As human voice and accent. If there is anything to All this tile Engineer who used to kick tile Little daily train along the old . Track through Here has brought whistle along and gone to w Ork for the Santa be so that he still runs through Arcadia. Heard it the other night and puzzled for an hour trying to figure out Why it was so hauntingly familiar. Then i remembered the tone and the punctuation of the blasts. A Coyote up on the Hillside let out a startled yelp As if he had heard a voice out of the past too. The night does some meteorological stunts with those train whistles. What would be a commonplace whistle for a crossing in the daytime becomes at night a crazy Hoot a Long moan or a wild fleeing shriek. Half the fun of having a bad conscience or a dyspepsia is lying awake to hear what the night does to commonplace sounds. Community asset Arcadia profited by a special and Lively kind of Wisdom while Leroy Anderson presided Over the City court. Never sour never Dull. Well maybe we can Hope soon again to enjoy Access to the Anderson Brand of skill in the humanities for the Benefit of our civic and character building organizations. When the judges resignation was read last tuesday night Ernie Fuerst spoke up for the Junior chamber to show How it Felt about losing from the City Bench. There will be More such expressions from other Arcadian groups who will be glad when he can talk to them again. Weltsc timer it fell to yours truly a few Days ago to go out on the first Avenue school playground and round up some kids for a newspaper picture calculated to show arcadians need for More classrooms. Asked one pair of what i mistook for girls of 12 How they a like to be in a newspaper picture. One of Mem gave me the up and Down shrugged raised her eyebrows and said to the other a How quaint a now How was i to know that they were women of the world Femme fat ales they were walking around that playground eating Peanut butter and Jelly sandwiches out of paper bags. And they were dressed like Little girls. Gosh they sure had me fooled. There were men in that picture too. Roues about to or la years old. A Oley were Good enough to go through the paces As the photographer asked. When it was finished one of them said to another a Dopey if you ask me a they could be right at that when they grow up they Arentt Likely to let their school expansion programs lag As far behind Community needs As we have. They be seen first hand what happens. They be been pushed around through double sessions and taught in shacks As devoid of Comfort As a Frog is of feathers. They will one Day know us for dopes if we done to get in there Friday and vote ourselves what schools we need so sorely. Luck there was a truck that left Azusa last saturday and stopped soon afterwards to pick up two Young marines Douglas Mcgoodwin and Thomas herring. They thumbed and it braked to a Stop just As any vehicle would. It stopped again Between Azusa and Arcadia with everything Okay. It stopped at first Avenue in perfectly Normal response to the brakes. But in the half Block Between first and the crosswalk by the Market Basket everybody a Luck ran out. Suddenly there were no More brakes to save the life of mrs. Alice Finley As she crossed Between the big White lines. Between one minute and the next a tube gave Way and there we Ere no brakes. What a mess that Driver and the truck s owners could have air Model club been in if the Driver had not picked up the two Young marines Harold Strohm has taken Over the who were Able to Tell the coroners air Modellers Junior Optimist club jury that at least the truck had the Assembly line at first Avenue Arcadia area general Hospital from $2 to $55 beginning feb. 21, effect within the District budget. The assistance of e. E. , and is said to have operated in los limitations according to a Deport superintendent of schools mrs. Angeles and Long Beach As Well As j received this week by High Ethel lovers who is school nurse and pay $20 to get the ring Back school Board of Well As Council summer round it brought out in a review of Antic i chairman Don Miller principal of rated Revenue for the District for first a nue school mrs. Elsie the coming year was the fact that Porrini principal of Holly Avenue an increase of 13 per cent in total school mrs. W. E. Lawson summer i assessed valuation on secured prop Roundup chairman for first Avenue erty for the District is expected Over and mrs. Lawrence e. Ryerson sum last year. This will largely be on Mer Roundup chairman for Holly single residence property with Avenue . Greatest increase in Monrovia a through the cooperation of school i Cadian a Levy having been raised this authorities t aches Are securing year. The report read. From the children now7 in school. Purpose of the Survey conducted the names of younger Brothers and i for the faculty organization and Sisters and neighbors who will Cut r hospitals for tile Arcadia Temple i report it was stated was to prove school next year. Parents who City area son to Manhattan Beach i that the proposed salary increase Young children would not be in Westchester and Van Guys and which would raise the present Maxi eluded on such lists Are asked to the u a medical teaching Cen mum from $3350 to $4300 next year Contact mrs. Hunt at Atwater 7-4274. Ter today were at the top of the i t land $5000 thereafter was to Demon airs. Lawson at Atwater 7-4142. In As priorities were announced for i Strate that the salary schedule can mrs. Ryerson at Atwater 7-1480. The $80,000,000 building program be effectuated within the financial parents whose children anticipate recommended by the los Angeles limitations of the High school Dis entering the new South Santa Anita county wide Hospital Survey strict. School Are to be included and Mas also in the priority number one no action was taken by the Board go to either Holly Avenue or fir. Category advocated by James a. Last rites held far 0. L Winkler in councilman proposed new Community general on the report. Truck Driver exonerated in traffic death accidental death was the verdict of the coroners jury thursday at an inquest in the death of mrs. Alice Finley. Charles o. Richmond 22. Driver of the truck which struck mrs. Finley in a Huntington drive crosswalk sunday w7as exonerated. Avenue school for their examine Hamilton Survey director were Tion. J expansion programs for eight is according to information from table. Ired hospitals the office of the superintendent of the los Angeles county wide schools a child must b a four years j Hospital Survey completed last week and six months in or before sept. Aft9r 10 months work Recom-1, in order to be eligible to in Tot mended $80,000,000 in Hospital con kindergarten in the fall and have auction Here by 1950, another attained the same age on or before $180,000,000 by 1970 to get abreast feb. I to enter in the Spring term of population needs. In the event that the Law governing Entrance age which is now funeral services were held Friday for o. E. Winkler former City councilman and school official who i died thursday Winkler was associated with the Bank of America Here for several j years. He served on the elementary and High school boards for 22 years was a member of the City Council of Arcadia and an Active scout Leader. In the Early 1920 s he was associated with r. H. Schwarzkopf in subdivision of East Arcadian acres and tile peach Orchard tract. He was int r with a. N. Mulier in the Arcadia investment company. He is survived by Wile mrs Emerald j. Winkler one son e. I Winkler and four grandsons All living in Duarte a sister. Mrs. Charles a. Mccrumb of Alma Kau. Dedicate Scho o la father Gerald of Keeffe and mrs Edmund Hanahan will preside at the formal opening of the holy Angels parochial school this afternoon. Or. E. H. Griggs tuesday forum guest speaker or. Edward Howard Griggs guest speaker at the Arcadia forum tuesday at first Avenue school. I will have trs hi., subject a the poem j of jobs. Or. Griggs author and lecturer in 50th year on the american pie form is said to compare Morel closely to Emerson than any other i speaker today. The late professor William lion Phelps of Yale University says of a i believe he has been a Cul i Tural Force of High magnitude and that he will continue to be for j years to come. Due to the Opportunity of hear ing such an eminent speaker As or Griggs the preceding hour on current events conducted by or. Roman will be shortened. These forums Are free and open to the Public. Memberships Are invited in order to make these forums a permanent part of the Community culture. Meeting Liers wednesday in set civic Shew Date sportsman s club holds meeting in new quarters Santa Anita sportsman a club and the woman a auxiliary held their first meeting in the new clubroom in Monrovia wednesday night. A number of visitors were taken on a tour of inspection at the open House. President Harley Shaw presiding. Iii the process of revision in the state legislature is changed the Roundup examination record will simply be tiled for future use. Children whose birth Date is r estered with the .-sponsored preschool play group of mrs n i Strong will automatically be included in the lists and they need lot phone the Roundup chair my rehabilitation of High school stands approved the bleachers at . Can be rehabilitated according to a report following the presentation of from the sate division of Archin Hunting and fishing films refresh ments were served iary. Strohm running Ture which has been inspecting the by the Auxin stadium for termites and dry rot i damage. Tile report stated that the dam for the $80 000,000 part of the program. Hamilton set up five different priority grades. These priorities Hamilton said were not based upon the individual Community needs but upon the amount of b refit which the entire Community would derive from the con a True Tion. Existing hospitals which were placed in the first priority list for bed additions were the California and methodist and White memorial hospitals in los Angeles the Long Beach Community and sea the memorial in Long Beach St. Joseph Hospital Burbank Murphy memorial Whittier and Mission Hospital Huntington Park. Mrs. Fred Ingalls named to Valley concert Board recruiting of members for the chamber Board will discuss Telegram service directors of the Arcadia chamber of Commerce will hold their regular monthly meeting for ma7. At the chamber office tomorrow night with president Clifford Lance presiding. A representative of Western Union is expected to be present to discuss better Telegraph Sci vice for Arcadia with the Board. New members Merna is of re a Arcadia m re Hants association and representatives of Civie and service dubs Are j Workin on plans for a City wide fiesta to a h id it the los Angeles turf club meet w in Day. Chairman w. P. Woo a y in particularly anxious to have reports j from ail organizations concerning their int rest in til a project. Serious consideration will lit Given to the suggestion that the fiesta be made a part of an annual c Lebra Tion of Tho anniversary of the incorporation of Arcadia or some other local Date of historical importance. Doi $43, Bud Sci c on the present Board president or. William Heidenreic ii seeking reelection and Raymond l. William electrician. Applicants for the opening on the High school Board include from Arcadia incumbent Royden l. Hopper and from Monrovia Robert Baer. Or. F. Pottenger and William Hoegee. F finance building main interest in the election appears to Center around the drive to secure a two thirds majority for the school Bonds so that additional school buildings can be built to take care of the City a rapidly growing youth population and to eliminate the objectionable a double sessions now in Force because of Lack of space. A committee of citizens headed by Clifford Lance of the chamber of Commerce and representing most of the civic and service clubs of the Community has been working for the past six weeks to prepare information for the Benefit of the voters and to insure Success of the election. Pamphlets describing the need and the proposal have been i mailed to every Home in the City 1 and window cards appeared in All store windows this weekend. Farther reminders Are being planned for election Day. Completing term or. Heidenreic ii was originally appointed to the local school Board to Complete a term and is now completing a regularly elected three year term. He has been president of the Board this year. His supporters Point out that he has children in tile school and is thoroughly familiar with the building program which was initiated and started during this time on the Board. Williams friends base their support on the facts that he also has children in the schools and that experience As an electrician would make value great during a building period. Hopper is the senior member of the High school Board All of the other members being comparatively new to the work. His friends Point nut that there is an unwritten understanding to maintain the Balanich in High school Board of two from Arcadia two from Monrovia and one from Duarte and therefore that it is important for arcadians to get out and vote for their member. Floyd Henderson is the other Arcadia member. Realty Board meets tuesday Arcadia realty Board will met at carpenters tuesday night t hear Arthur h. Voelker past pres Dent of the California real est at association. Instead of the usual breakfast meeting the realtors will Assembly at 7 . Join legion age was limited and recommend san Gabriel Valley philharmonic Tion was made that exits from to bleachers band room and circus in room be installed and the made fire resistant. Artists association starts tomorrow. According to mrs. Fred Ingalls Structure 554 Las Tunas who has just been i named to the executive Board the the report was received by the High school Board of trustees this had brakes and they had worked school is reported turning out pro week. No action was taken but pro until that fatal instant. Auction a faster than Lockheed on a j vision for the work will be no de in Al. C. Cost plus the new budget. Association plans to continue presentation of concerts featuring the los Angeles philharmonic orchestra i As it has done in the last two years. Legionnaires were urged to a bring a Comrade with you to tuesday nights meeting to discuss the summer program of sports and activities. New members include Robert i. Erickson William c. Atkinson William r. Delaney Daniel c. Harrington Keith r. Clapp. Jack d. Clapp. F Idon l. Frazier Frank t. Gilligan Malcolm p. Slivers Fred j. Kem Merling. Paul e. Rubly and John l. Frazier. . Boys elect officers tomorrow boys league at mad. Will elect officers tomorrow. Among the Arcadia candidates Are Art Wilson and Bob Humble for president Bill Mare i for Secretary and Tom Taylor tor treasurer. Arcadia la limited response to red Cress Cai for blood according to reports recently received almost All attendants in the veterans hospitals Are on the blood donor lists to Aid the patients undergoing treatment. A plea was made recently for whole blood to save tin life of a child in Alhambra. Veterans volunteered in numbers. At the blood Bank Center Iii Laos Angeles it is an almost daily occurrence for veterans to make a it a their gift of blood As so Many of them say a to pay for the blood that saved my a Pasadena lad was badly wounded in the South Pacific he eventually reached a Hospital and while there was Given several plasma aids after one of them he idly lacked up the Container and there on it was ids own name he had limited response. All types of blot ire accepted from persons Between 21 and 60 years of age Between la to 21 years the blood May be Given if the donor has a written consent from parents. There is a never ending exploration of outside sources visited City in period affixed and to loud Bank Iii ii before. There a tin plasma containers lad thousands of Miles from Home was helped by the gift he so generously gave. Last week there was issued a Call for blood donors there has been a to meet blood in i red ton up athe weeks. The the demand for whole c veterans Hospital and has not been Able t it demand the past in w All is again made hoping that Many arcadians will respond the red Cross station Wagon will leave Arcadia red Cross head Qimat a lers tuesday at to a. In. Usie pm nine Atwater 7-2193 for reservation

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