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Independent, The (Newspaper) - August 14, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaThi Independent 14, if57 Down Drain wasted on Arf Center county officials yesterday revealed How in county tax Money went Down the Drain in research for the downtown los Angeles civic Auditori Urr and music Center now snagged by financial and Legal prob lems. In a report to the Board o supervisors. County manager Arthur j. Will gave an itemized account of tax Money paid under two contracts with a thur d. Little inc., Cambric research firm. The Littie company Drew up plans for the auditorium music Hall Commer Cial parking project which was to have been built on a site bounded by Hill Hope and eighth its. And olympic blvd. Project postponed last month a citizens com Mittee advised supervisors that the project must be postponed indefinitely because of the tight Money situation and a ruling by the county counsel s office that certain phases of the plan might be will s report showed that the county paid out under the first contract for work Between oct. 1, 1955, and june 30, 1956. Of this amount went to the Little firm itself to Shepley Bulfinch Boston architects to Adams Duques and Hazeltine los an Geles lawyers to Wai Ter a. Brown Arena expert to Bolt Beranek and Newman inc acoustics consultant and to George a. Fuller co., general con tractor. Costs itemized the Little company received1 of the second supplemental contract Between june 15 and nov. 15. Shepley Bulfinch got an additional with the Legal firm receiving at the same time will re leased documents in the Star Row Over error in arithmetic in the original Little re port the City planning depart ment wrote will s office in september 1956 challenging figures used in selection of the St and olympic site instead of one on Bunker Hill owned by greater los Angeles plans inc. In its answer the Little firm admitted that there were some arithmetic errors in both site computations but stood by its selecting of the sized location. More Central superintendency does t interest him. Says Marsee Stuart e. Marsee acting superintendent of Pasadena schools said yesterday he does not want to be superintendent and would like to return to his Post As assistant superintendent for business service. Also indicating they do not intend to file for the superin tendency were or. A. Roland Walker assistant superintend ent for instruction and Frank walkup principal of Muir High school walkup served As act ing superintendent from 1950 to 1953 Marsee wrote school Board members that the division of business service he headed under former supt. Stuart Mccomb was in arrears since he left and he wanted to re turn. Rumours that Walker might file for the Post were denied. I have big Job to do where i am and i Haven t Given the other a he said. Walkup who said he was not interested in the Job said How Ever that he has been pressured by citizens to seek it. Downey grabs Covina official Covina appointment of Covina chief building inspector Ray Lake As head of the building department for the newly incorporated City of officers probe trailer death of q Montean Al Monte a Coroner s examination will determine the exact cause of death of 35-year old Clarence Williams who died after eating a can of poisoned sardines. Police speculated that Wil Liams found monday in his trailer Home at 2706 n. Loma ave., took his own life. The sardines they reported had been drenched with insect and a note on three Small cards near the body indicated Williams contemplated suicide. The body was found by a neighbor. Friends suggested Williams had been despondent Over financial problems. They quoted him As saying i have Only one can of Sar dines left. After it s gone that s school Board members inspect part of textbooks housed in new Muir Library. Arcadia studies burning Law Arcadia. Preparation of an ordinance regulating backyard burning is under Way Here. Drafted by City atty. Nicklin it May not be upon due to confusion regard ing the ordinance. The county ordinance which goes into effect oct. 1, will ban burning Only in the county Nicklin stated. The effect of the legislation on the cities he explained is a regulation prohibiting single chamber Burn ers from emitting a specifically stated amount of smoke. This will permit burning of Ordinary household papers Nicklin sold but will not allow burning of tree trimmings and other items. Photos mrs. Lamotte closer peer into giant Muir boiler. School Bond election continued from past one 13 Messer committee Mem Bers if they would care to undertake research into build ing needs. In its search for a superin indent the Board received word yesterday from or. C. C. Tri Langham county superintendent of schools that he was sending a list of five persons be plan to invite before the screening committee provided they meet with the approval of our the Board went into a secret executive session immediately after its regular meeting to open Trillingham s sealed let Ter containing the names and decide if it wants to use the people he recommended. Barbatt opposed Barratt repeated his Adamant opposition of last week to us tary school to acquaint new Board members with a part of their vast Domain. Accompanied by acting supt Stuart Marsee John Glaser director of buildings and grounds asst. Supt. Or. A. Roland Walker and Allan Fink coordinator the Board got a preview of in new construe Tion to be ready for Muir High school students in the fall. Or. Marsee told the Board that the la Canada Junior High buildings Are somewhat similar to those planned for the new Pasadena High school. Proposed watershed ordinance is read Monrovia. First Reading of ordinance annexing acres of watershed land to Monrovia was heard by the ing an outside Council in an adjourned of professional educators to find a handful of prospective candidates for the superintendency. Also he objected to sing possible screening commit tee members in secret claim ing that since they Are not employees of the school system they do not qualify for secrecy. I agree with or. Barratt that this is a borderline said so Attorri. But the Brown act that provides for executive sessions provides that nothing shall prevent the Board from holding an executive session to consider the employment of superintendent Barratt opposing the propos Al said i object to the entire procedure of Appen Linc to tril Barrett continued that there have been unpleasant rumours about the political Fina gling that goes on in selecting a superintendent by a screening committee and insisted that prospective candidates should come before the Board in per son to be interviewed and Selec Ted directly by Board members. The Board is sending a list of qualifications for the new superintendent to the screen ing committee to guide it in be acres now owned by the City discus remainder belongs to the session yesterday. The ordinance known As annexation 23, includes Angeles National Forest. Eating finalists. Yesterday Elded the the Board Dpi Downey was confirmed by should not be Over 55 years Downey City Council last night Lake has headed the Covina building department since november 1955. Starting salary of the Downey Post is per month with a top of per month. Winner City Council medal san Gabriel Man Charles e. Van after has been honoured by american legionnaires for his participation in their activities. Old and said he might get even More than after his first year on the Job. Before their meeting yester a Day Board members and school officials toured Muir High school la Canada Junior High school and Franklin Eacmen j Independent vol. 151 Augustu 19s7 a morning daily jews paper la shed at Pasadena Calll Home delivery is 75 a month 75c per month daily per Monu. In Advance Dally i5c sunday. Second class mall authorized at Pasadena Post office. Qualified to accept Legal Advertis ing by Superior court order Paul no. Chib. Ism Padeni a Colorado St., set to or by suburban of facet a 8. A lit avt., at i i-m71. Doc s minute lunch Small prices big portions Doc 9 Day minute specials 65c to 80c phone 8v z-m7z Siuri i am to i pm Mir Ftp 11m e. Foothill blvd. Sleep safely for Ihk rest of your life sleepers another achievement from Kalash research "5leepuiis" on if fictive Aid to sound sleep. Sleep us is tuft ton lain. No barbiturates and ii non habit no prescription required the rut of tour lib 0.1 Sie Epurs 60.1.75 30. .95 Kalash Vitamin corporation 1090 i. A Dot St. By 5-4234 by 1-si72 700g fund raising drive Doe for new Caso Chino. Plans Lor a new Casa expansion Stewart and the count to comprise one of the trustees had tentative plans Lor most Complete convalescent and future buildings. However the rehabilitation centers in the Long Range program had to be nation were announced yester Day by administrator Harry d. Ago that structural deficiencies disclosure of the in the present building would project to Cost an estimated Force abandonment possibly Stewart Stewart s million dollars came hard on the heels of an announcement Friday by an advisory Board construction of a new Wing a for the state department of year ago a structural Engineer Public health that Casa Colina asked to evaluate the present. Has been allocated Buu dings for preliminary sur in state and Federal funds Veys told officials the Jolunda superintendent still mum on citizen group Arcadia. Comment on a proposed citizens advisory com Mittee in connection with a while the ordinance will be election will be withheld Niemoeller will speak in Sopas South Pasadena. Resi dents of the san Gabriel Valley will have an Opportunity to meet and hear or. Martin Nie Moeller prominent German Churchman at . Today Church. Or. Niemoeller is in this country to attend meetings of t by Arcadia s new superintend pm until after he arrives acted or. William m. Staerkel who will assume the office of superintendent sept. 1, was asked by letter to present his attitude and thoughts on formation of the committee according to Fordyce Gowing member of the Board of education. Cowing and or. Staerkel also discussed the matter by Tele phone and or. Staerkel said he Felt that any comments he might make at this time and until he understands the situation would be or. Staerkel is still in Beatrice neb., and will not reach Arcadia until late this month. Or. Martin Nie Moltar the Oneonta congregational rated strategically to serve sur rounding areas and at the same time be readily accessible to arterial thoroughfares for con Ivorid Council of churches and is travelling in the West to Ful fill a number of speaking in age mints As president of the evangelical Church in Hesse staus Sau. He Rose to prominence Dur ing world War ii for his Christian resistance to the hit or regime and played an important role in the reconstruct Ion of German protestantism since the end of the War. Billion the greater los Angeles safety Council reports that traffic accidents Cost the nation five billion dollars during 1956. Under California s Hospital sur vey and construction program. We still Are faced with the Gigantic task of raising More covering months in which five than from the Public architects two structural Engi to build the new Stew Art said. The administrative staff and the Board of trustees Are seeking relocation site of approximately 10 acres and have stressed the fact that the new facility will be built in this general area trustees on location Stewart said Casa Colina must be to Vaj Iutuk in _ the Central committee of the Nemence of parents and rela Tives from other areas visiting in conformance with a Long established policy of constant Progress improvement and 999 a tit new-used-rebuil1 sales service rentals activated immediately when they Learned several months within the next two years. During considerations for tons were badly deteriorated. His findings were upheld after extensive research and study neers and a senior mechanical Engineer for the state gave the same opinion. Costly Job asked to submit studies re Garding the feasibility of the extensive remodelling program that would be a necessity the professional consultants Indi quoting the feelings of visually declared that remodel ing and new foundations would Cost As much As construction of a new facility. Straight Cream of k com v Kniter . I Wii or. C keeping current. Tor Jcj conomy t in the illustration above you see a very Happy Man at a very wonderful moment. The tide the keys and the car Are he s starting out on his first journey at the wheel. Of course there s not much doubt As to Why he decided to Purchase a new Cadillac. Like everyone else who selects the car of he did it to keep so to speak on the new miracles of performance and Beauty and Comfort that Cadillac engineers and stylists have Wade available to the world s motorists. But coming to Cadillac As he did at this time of the year we suspect that he was inspired by the added motive of practicality. For in addition to the Normal Cadillac economics of modest Purchase Price Low operating Cost and High resale value Cadillac , at this time seasonally prepared to make Cadillac ownership even More attractive than Ever. Because of the demand for used cars and because of increased production of the Cadillac car itself the Odds Are that this gentleman received both a generous allowance on his previous car and prompt delivery of his new Cadillac. All in All he took advantage of a Opportunity to Combine motor Dom s greatest Virtues with motor Dom s greatest value. Have you considered How wonderful it would be to step into a Cadillac of your own then you should pay your dealer a visit spend an hour on the Highway in the luxury of Fleetwood coach get the facts for yourself. You la find that the car is the time is now visit your authorized Cadillac dealer

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