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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 22, 1947, Arcadia, California Call at. 7-2131 with news of your family and friends help publish your Hometown paper contribute news of your neighbourhood Anh Arcadia news two sections sixteen pages Arcadia California Tiu i is i a May 22, 1917 vol. Xxx in Sanita Sage Wallace the Way Henry Waihee is talking about Russia he May be doing world Pence More than Good schools we sort of set a record last tuesday with our 12 to i school Bond vote. Previously two nearby towns had seen their school Bonds Defeated. One Beach City just tip and called off their school Bond election on account of Lack of interest. Then on Friday before we voted Kern county gave their school Bonds a four to one Margain. The in we come along and kick them in 12 to i. Winch All goes to show How Arcadia people Are. Give them the Plain simple facts and they have intelligence enough to do the right thing. Hut Cloud any Issue with mis information and try to put anything Over on them and slap you Down Quick. Telephones there was a girl Wile went to the masquerade party As a Telephone operator und before the evening was Over had two wrong numbers and one close Call. Men some men would be mighty Happy when they come in late at night if their wives a hit the Selling Quot and nothing else. Inflation a Dollar does t do As much As it used to a but then some people done to do As much for a Dollar. I Point of View Many a Man who crabs about his wife driving from the Back seat might remember that he probably does a lot of cooking from the dining room table. Sidewalks City Council now hold deeds on a 20 foot strip along the North Side of Huntington drive West of Santa Anita Avenue. All of this Legal work is another step toward getting the Long awaited a sidewalk to the above Tum have you sent in your name for the new a bore turn yet not Many names coming in from this area. One already suggested is a general Macarthur How about it Arcadia poppy Day to Honor War dead tomorrow a Honor the War dead and Aid the wars living victims a a will be the theme of the annual Observance of poppy Day Here tomorrow. Every person in Arcadia will be asked to Wear a memorial poppy tomorrow and to make a contribution for the welfare of the disabled veterans their families and the families of the dead. Preparations for poppy Day were being completed today by a Large committee of american legion auxiliary women headed by mrs. J. V. Covell poppy chairman. Volunteer workers from the auxiliary and cooperating groups will be on the streets at an Early hour tomorrow distributing the poppies and receiving the contributions. A although the second world War is slipping rapidly into the past we believe that the memory of the an Appeal to All veterans of both wars to Honor their fallen comrades by wearing a poppy on poppy Day tomorrow was issued by de Parmelee commander of Glenn Dyer Post american legion. Commander Parmelee also asked that generous contributions be made for the welfare of disabled veterans their families and the dependents of deceased veterans on poppy Day. Young men who gave their lives in that conflict is still fresh Iii the minds and hearts of All of us Quot said mrs. Covell. A the dead of the first world War have been gone for 29 years yet we remember their service and sacrifice. The poppies which we will put on tomorrow will show that we have not to gotten and Are grateful for their defense of our country. Quot we must not forget either those who live in suffering and hardship because of War wounds and illness the disabled veterans or their children and the children of those who have died. The contributions we make for the poppies go for their welfare for help which can come to them Only through this the poppies to be distributed Here have been made by disabled veterans at san Fernando Hospital auxiliary workers will All be unpaid volunteers be Mitringa the full amount of All contributions to go into the auxiliary a rehabilitation and child welfare Wark. Poppy Day Here will be part of a nation wide Observance in which an estimated 125,000 auxiliary women will distribute approximately 25-000,000 poppies tomorrow. Playgrounds built by youth recommended chief Cahill offers alternative to hot Rod Young men of Arcadia could build their own recreation centers under the guidance of their parents accor i my to a recommendation Maie by William m. Cahill chief of police to the Arcadia Community coordinating Council monday. Chief Cahill called for the establishment of neighbourhood playgrounds to serve in building Young bodies and minds and added that in helping with the actual building of the cent ers the boys mechanical inclinations could find a More constructive outlet than is now furnished by a hot Rod racing. A parents can to keep their teenagers in the House during the evening Hon he said Quot but they do need to know where the children Are and playgrounds scattered throughout the City make this problem mrs. Helen Miller Secretary of i the recreation commission reported that All Iamb a a Success with a family night suppers in the summer recreation program pointed out a Good idea for Arcadia. The . Council backed by Holly and first Avenue associations have agreed to inaugurate the summer series by sponsoring the first family night. At the suggestion of mrs. Cha Les Bennet president the Council voted to Send a letter to former judge Leroy Anderson in appreciation of his work As judge and As a member of the Council. Mrs. Albert Adcock mrs Bennett and City attorney Guy Cornyn were named to a nominating committee which will repo t its recommendations for officers to be elected at the june meeting. Curb sidewalk Ca Huntington m0 Twenty foot strip improvement planned Lark id from to about Tho 1 Highway crash shooting suspect enters Flea tomorrow William d. Dorsey 24-year old sex Sailor is expected to appear in Superior court tomorrow to enter his plea on charges of Robbey Auto theft and assault with intent to commit murder. Involved in a crash with a stolen car on Huntington at Rosemead april la Dorsey is alleged to have shot a police officer and a passing Motorist before making his escape to a Glendale Motel where he was later arrested. Editorial of v ,.v.rf finishing touch i Essie Grimes creator of a a Bonnier and her pottery pals checks Ceramic painting of figurines at her eos nomination Home anti factory on Duarte i Road Tribune bulletin photo figurine Industry started in Home will move to new factory building by Hap Everett Home in Lusty economic basis of Many smaller or More backward nations has More interest than significance in this country. But since the in i of the War hundreds of Small novel enterprises have been in i it taken some ing in the Light of modern comp. Tuition. Others struggle along. Still others a starting As Industry in the Horn ? now plan factories and Large pay Rolls. Among these Are the creators of imaginative products that appear to the buyers desire for something new something different. Typical is the Grimes pottery organization of Arcadia an Industry that started in the living room overran tire House and garage of its creators and is now ready to move into a new Facto y building. When Thayer and Jessie Grimes Eft their commercial Art studio and friends of Greenwich Village and Connecticut six years ago they wanted a change and a rest nowhere in their plans was there any provision for a Large polic y with products being sold on a nationwide basis. Learns Trade settling in Arcadia Grimes an illus4 Rater started to work in a nearby pottery. Meanwhile mrs Grimes found that her doodling influenced by years As a children a fashion artist was becoming More and More constructive and and More frequently ended continued on Page 2 Extension of curbs and Sib talks along Huntington five from double drive to to Pacific electric crossing was assured tuesday night with approval by the City Council of Grants property owners. A 20-foot strip Roplh Side of tin will in improved according to the a it i Cion adopted by the co Neil improvement cd alleys in the downtown area was requested in tile Arcadia merchants association. In a i her read tuesday night the a non asked the grading and i pc my of All alleys in the Huntington drive first Avenue District with oiling it of the surface installation of Stop signs and enforcement of t Aff in Laws in the alleys. The letter was referred to the Street and Polit c committees. Blasting questioned Al a referred to committee was the a Oci Ationo a request that Sandra Ting of Angle parking lines be Lim lied. A third communication from the merchants seeking installation of signs at foothill and first and at Las Tunas and double drive Point in Cut the business District was placed on file. The Council Autho sized the water department to sell at Cost 350 feet of one Inch pipe to the american i legion to Complete construction of the organizations scout housing. Signal planned an agreement is being prepared by the Pacific electric for the in gallation of a wig wag signal at \ lie fifth Avenue crossing according to Guy Cornyn City attorney who advised Amo e. of the Progress in the matter. Rummery is president of the Santa Anita Vista improvement association which pushed the signal project for Many months. The Council adopted an ordinance which orders the City to vacate the Alley off Duarte Between first and a second. Also adopted was an ordinance providing a minimum vehicle the bandits dressed in a sheepskin i storage space for Homes in Leiden coat and wearing a red Bandana tial districts. Over his a Pioneer Type Quot Beard told Given its firs Macing was an Lim this is a stick up. Willard. Ordinance completing the annexation of the Duarte Naomi business strip on the West Side of Baldwin Avenue. Four cities join Arcadia Hospital association group seeking area Hospital facilities sleeting to accede to the tests of neighbouring com nit ins arcadians Santa it s p i t a i Assoc iat Ion met it nday and voted to expand non profit corporation to id it representatives from rot a Sierra Madre tem City and Duarte on the f directors in order communities might share la a the inc to of Marci that the in the proposed District Hospital program As outlined by the recently Angeles county hos t the Tula at i of the in almost Dar Many have folded marked bandits hold up ice Cream truck a masked robber armed with a ride guv a swell a rime ice Cream Salesman a bad tune at Floral and Rodeo Road monday night. Shortly before 9 ., James r. Willard went to the rear of his truck to serve three persons in a Cut Down Maroon roadster. As he was getting the ice Cream one of More As a who described the Man As having a hairy hands surrendered $57 from his Money Belt and Wallet. Meanwhile a bearded talkative von h sitting in the car said a hurry up. Hurry up. If he gives you any trouble i la sap the third Bandit sat Low in the car and said nothing according to Willard. Time for action editors note for one Arcadian s opinion of to s Matt a we suggest you read the poem by p. J. A a Peter Peterson on the editorial Page of today a paper. In the midst of a constantly increasing clamor by interested local citizens for the promotion of a Celebration honouring Arcadia spurred on by the successful round of celebrations now being staged by neighbouring communities All about us Arcadia seems about to Muff what appears to be the finest Opportunity to solve this problem Ever presented. Fiesta de Santa Anita Celebration staged each year for several years past by Church of the holy Angels Parish at the turf club has enjoyed so much Success that it has become simply too big for the Church group to handle alone. As a result the Church leaders have offered to share it with the City of Arcadia As a civic project of City wide proportions in which All civic service and religious groups might participate and share in the very considerable profits possible to derive from such a promotion. For the past two months tile Arcadia merchants association has had a committee working on it project to take Over the fiesta with the backing and cooperation of All groups in the City however to Date the project has met with a degree of apathy on the part of civic and service club leaders that is most disheartening to those who see in this offer a project of unsurpassed value both to the various organizations and the City As a whole. Here is a civic Celebration with a setting unmatched by any neighbouring City with an established name and reputation which Many believe Arcadia could assume in the building of a most successful Celebration. If you Are one of those who believe that this offer should be taken up and pushed through to the great Success it can be please do not hide your Light under a Bushel but write or Telephone your opinions to the Arcadia Tribune. They will Lee printed and by their volume and sincerity the City a leaders will know whether to proceed or not. We believe that Arcadia needs such a Celebration to Center attention on the City once each year in the manner adopted by so Many of our neighbors to the advantage of merchants and property owners alike. It will take work and it will take Money but it will come Back to you four fold. Lets get the Ball rolling two Las Tunas crashes Send six to Hospital four per a Lens were still in the hos i a1 yesterday with in ii ies suffered in a crash at Las Tunas and Tyler shortly before Midnight saturday night. Still in a serious condition at St. Luke Hospital is Robert Anchando who suffered a Skull fracture. Frank Paulowich with a broken leg and Ste la Paulowich with Skull fracture and b Oken Arm were reported im-1 Grove. Steve my Kutch is in the county Hospital with Che to injuries not believed serious. Aida Viva Ria a discharged t v t. Luke altar being treated to Lino. Injuries. Earlier sat Aday evening two Ether Ca s crashed at the ame i Corner sending f. J. Mccou to 49.1 til Monte of the Hospital with la orations. The second car was driven by r. H. Billaud 25, Huntington Park. George Needham fesses away gee be m. Needham 402 Eldorado treet a resident of Arcadia for 26 years passed away suddenly Tim Day morning. Born in Rockford 111., aug. 16, i 1871, Needham would have c be i brute his 76th birthday this year. Two years ago or. And mrs. Needham celebrated their Golden wed i Ding Annive sary Needham was a member of b p. O. E. No. 1427 and f. And a m and was prominent in the Santa i Anita Bowling Green club. He is survived by his wife. Fanny i b. Needham one son c. M. Need Ham and two grandchildren Thorn As m. And Beth Helen. At his request there will be no i services and the remains will be i cremated. Leaflets prohibited the Council rejected a request by the Calliorina models studio to drop leaflets from an air plane Over Arcadia. The City has an ordinance prohibiting distribution of handbills. Following a recommendation from the planning commission the Council approved the proposal of the county Hood control District to extend Palm drive West and South. Rile Council also concurred in the recommendation of the planning commission that the promo cd rezoning of Arcadia Avenue be postponed until the City i. Is a master cuing consultant. The Council also approved the name of Sun it Boulevard for the Village Street referred to As a California and named that portion of Huntington running from Holly to double drive South of the county Park a Huntington the City has approved removal of t yes a double drive and foot null for the con. Traction of a Union Oil station and the installation of i Santa be Spur track on front treet. Tem o s lip w los Angeles county a anti race j tip Sheet ordinance was held unconstitutional last week in a memo j i audion opinion by die appellate court in a Ca. E brought by former Arcadia Civ attorney James c. Bone for John f. Kelly and Walter Reeves Curtis. Bone was associated with at to Neys Clyde c. Shoemaker and w. Floyd Cobb in tile Appal which reversed convictions of die men for Selling tip sheets on a t Huntington near Michi Ilinda handed Down in the Pasadena and san Gabriel township courts. Judges Hartley Shaw Edward t Bishop and be s e. Stephens contended that Quot no reasonable distinction Between sales on highways and sales at stores and new stands i signed for circus live Miller of a Zemm a Amberg cast admires a Little Joe a one of the stars of a Catlin air circus opening May to. A a Joe is air con or lied missile used against deadly j tip Kamikaze plane s during the War. Sane grading pen magnate in land Here during air Greys Milton Reynolds famed record by Enkina Globe circles will end an attempted Cross country East West flight by Landing at Santa Anita during the air circus May 30, opening Day of the three it circus. Reynolds whose reconverted surplus army a-26 bomber recently cracked the worlds record h r circling the Globe will Fly Over the Gettysburg me a Moi Al Day exercises at which president Truman will be officiating. Then the famed Fountain pc magnate will head for Philadelphia where he will course Over an Ai. Circus there and after being by officials there will Start his Westward hop. Reynolds is slated to land at Santa Monica late in the afternoon o the opening Day May 30. The following Day. May 31, the a flying Bombshell will be on display to the Public at the air circus on june i the closing Date Rey Arf pupils win in internal Lineal poster contest pupils of the first Avenue school Are among the winning entrants in the International poster contest of he Latham foundation for the promotion of humane education it was rec agy announced by the or a an action. Stanley co no was awarded a it lated l Survey. E Board of directors was end to include seven members at monday meeting and will be a d to 15 by action of the Board a Early meeting with the new members to come largely from the new communities. Officers and directors elected monday included Leo m. Meeker Arcadia chairman Albert t. Case Monrovia vice chairman r. C. Lewis sier a Madre treasurer Leslie lie Berg. Temple City Secretary and Albert h. Perkins Ray m. Dickie on. And Harold Johns of Arcadia directors. In addition to the new Board of 15, it was decided to appoint an advisory Board of 15 leading physicians from the participating communities. Harold d. Huneke of Brentwood Heights los Angeles will be Campaign manager for raising the $1,-000,000 required to build the Hospital of 200 Beds recommended for this area by the los Angeles county wide Hospital Survey. This Campaign will begin about july i and last for six months. Financial assistance is expected from the United Hospital fund of los Angeles county. Plans Call Lor completion of the Hospital Early in 1950. In addition to the District his Petal with Complete facilities to serve a Large area the report recommends smaller Community hospitals to be built in each of the communities to be completed by 1970. Holds will again launch the big last third prize in group free and cer bomber in the air and will head Tif Cates of Merit received by Doris East in an attempt to break the j Bush Dave Kau on Lucille la Vest East transcontinental record. Nit Nice Frances Lyman Patsy in addition to the Reynolds hop Mosser Lerna Munn Gwen Reid All types of modern Aerial simple i inc Phyllis Turner. Meats will be demonstrated include Cornyn a poster a water colouring a comple e show of the Navy a portrait of a Peppy won a $3 prize air missile unit from Point Mug. The latest and deadliest Pushbutton bombs will be i play cd. Including the a a Mariun the Quot tor Yon a and a Little j or a one of the most devastating me ie.-, Ever devised. Proceeds of the air circus will v to the const re a Ion of a Reeves Luna. Clubhouse for disabled vet of Bino Ogham Hospital. Sponsoring the circus i Dav 73 dismiss charge irs Mara is Case with the jury Hung at the end of the second trial in the Case of Bernard be trend the Mother of he Nile year old i i complainant withdrew the complaint this week the Kotlier seated she did not u Birmingham Hospital Compo de want in of invalided men whose ambition is to accomplish tilings for them elves or example a piece of ground was donated to the boy of 73 on whish to construct a club Hou e and re continued on Page 2 o any in Bertram of Index in tile co trial. I i a daughter Ore of the was b Ana 1 to second to be subject trial procedure. Re d on charge. A the Laded the first trial this week Alo t a verdict. School children to get religious moral instruction the school Board last night approved a request from the Arcadia inter Faith committee that Quot re leased time for religious education be included in the school program. To explain details of the plan the committee also asked the privilege of meeting with the Board at some i future Date. According to the plan the committee is prepared to Bear the sex i of the project provide teachers and t importation keep records and make full report to the schools. Student would be released to their places of worship for moral and religious instruction not More than four Days a month. The committee is composed of the Rev. William Heynen r. M. Dickin a Ion. Father Gerald of Keeffe mrs. Helen Miller and mrs. Fay l. Wells. Set Church to serve hem dinners guests one thousand Ham earners will be served from 5 30 to 8 30 Tonight at the holy Angels Church. Ail funds from Hie dinner will be u cd to Complete payment for the stand is s eel and other equipment fete a Kitchen. F. Roberts is chairman of or mrs. C. Morris conman and mrs. Conrad re bold inn an of the dining room mems of All tilt various or gum a in the Church assisting menu will consist of baked e galloped potatoes Harvard peas Cole Slaw hot Rolls and and ice Cream. The Price of inner will be $1 50 for adult in Hie it mrs. J the dim is to Ham beet for or n existed and a to be valid a classification must be founded upon some natural intrinsic and constitutional difference which has some rational connection with the purpose of the inspect Kitchen preparing it serve i Doo Ham dinners today altar society officials inspect new steam table at holy Angels parochial school. Mrs. S. L. Vil Liams who purchased equipment shows new a cities to mrs. J. F. Roberts dinner chairman. Left to right Are mrs. Clara Morris co chairman mrs. J. M. Moriarty mrs. Roberts mrs. Williams and mrs John Mueller. A Tribune bulletin photo. Youth burned when Ethyl Gas explodes it hark s i of 29 17$ Bonita i fired first mid vec Otid degree but its West Iuda morning Tami Ethyl gasoline fumes exploded in u Liny room where How it of Taing his clothes. A Heater a burning in the room

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