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Independent, The (Newspaper) - January 29, 1958, Pasadena, CaliforniaFtt.jmhmirit.1ni duct com Issue curriculum revision in Arcadia promised Surv in Utah judges suggest regional courts Montivel a. Burke will run again Burke says hell seek reelection Home work assemblyman mrm Tivel a Burke yesterday announced As will seek his 8th term in the Grade California state legislature kindergarten 53rd District representative. Arcadia. Whether or not us Tui uni Butiu i tue. And tax override Are a i proved by voters feb. 11, the1 Board of education plans to. Do something about the cur this Promise was made to the chamber of Commerce yesterday by or. William Max Staerkel District superintend sent during a talk on the i election. I have had numerous armeadia residents Tell me that if could assure them that some thing would be done about the in Arcadia s schools i they would vote for the Bond Issue and tax override. I would want to do this in any or. Staerkel de i cleared. To report Survey in support of this he announced that tomorrow a report will be made Public on a Survey conducted in Arcadia s schools. We will of Jar a challenging educational system for All Stu dents whether of High or Low Pasadena and fellow members Ward expressed his a Precia on cite Council mentality the Pasadena Junior Cham lion of the Honor and he said the report will of Commerce honoured b. The award with his wife j f y a vote length of Day Howes Iii at a lunch members of the Junior to it Mav Start Aston yesterday in the athletic hers and others whose staunch achievements recognized b. Durward Hen Iii second from aft if Shewn receiving Riftin Gunthed service award from or. William b. Langsdorf president of Pasadena City College at Junior chamber of Commerce luncheon yesterday. At left is the Rev. Bob Richards olympic Champion who was the luncheon speaker. At right is Don Judsen president of the Pasadena Junior chamber. Pasadena honoured Howes award for special service business and civic leaders of in a Brief response Dur study of a plan to Divide us county into a number of districts to be served by Multi judge regional courts was urged yesterday by Superior court judges. President judge Louis it Burke As head of a seven judge committee suggested county supervisors launch a Survey to determine the Best location for such courts. Areas of county manager Lindon s. Holinger and the regional planning commis Sion would determine How the county could be divided up into population areas of judge Burke advocated that judges also be Given a Chance to approve court locations. The new plan for court districts is in line with recommendations made by los Angeles judges to a joint judiciary committee of the state legislature. Complete unit each regional court Cen Ter would include pre sen tence jail facilities and of flees for the county clerk attorney Public de fender probation office and sheriff. Judges us legislature Delegate author Ity for court location to the county Doc s minute lunch Small nolds even oat minute socials is to me i i m of mob. 7 expected to seek 3 City seats Duarte. At least seven candidates will probably be in1 the april 8 race for three seats j the second or third on the occasion of his re sup port had and also will Deal with living the Junior chamber s achievements As 1 Sta Haven re. Burp. A Republican. in the school system he will Cross file for the Junei 3 election. Jone he was mayor of when he was first elected to the Assembly in 1941. His son Talmage Buike is now Al made such he had a com Botn be and John j Lyons service award Pii shed possible. For whom papers were issued on Back in 1931, when b. Dup Rev Bob a shards were unsuccessful in a pre Ward Howes. Jr., father of Champion and seat at p it erday s recipient was for the be time. Off the corporation t r. Election last Spring. We Are experiencing the . Junior Cham a hurdle was the unc Neon election last Spring be of the most abrupt Lac was instrumental in speaker. Last year he was papers have also been issued changes in years regard establishing the Dsa nation named one the 10 three incumbents or. Staerkel lip yesterday he and mrs. Eng Voung men of the Hendrix coun said Howes watched proudly As or. By the us Junior chamber j woman Vera Hacker and concern William b Langsdorf on the award Toj councilman Donald of Ajja for mrs Lucille Giggle i Lovell Fulbright one of Theja incorporation leaders and Najj avowed opponent of an Azusa i Dent a Pasadena City be Aid he t h u g t there a nationwide con Tamhra s mayor. Re elec Ted g times. Burke Cern that burst into the has won the nominations sputnik i. Latent potential both major parties in the 19j8j we educators have been 1950 and 1952 elections. Joying for years what is now presented be plaque to Tho who won National awards were those who had received most publicity while those Glen publican in the Assembly in service served seniority and chairman of schools sense what the has people want and will produce the committees on legislative pro Tion and is a member of committees on civil service and he declared. He said that the feb. Tion and International rela Duarte agreement also took something to earn out papers yesterday but did i not state whether he himself tons Durward was in myl Judson president of be the candidate. 1 chamber presided at and Don class said or Medure and crime and Correl election is directly pointed at dents in the class but he chairman introduced or. State personnel elections and reapportionment have Public utilities and Corpora 1 selves with tons. giving Arcadia boys and girls the Best education possible. If we pass the Bonds we to concern curriculum and author of More than 100 explained that the facile Laws during his Assembly tips to be constructed will be tenure he was one of the champions of the Home Rule used As soon As they Are com one of the few out of the Rev. Ands i have taught who gave Richards. Or. I food prices again on Rise the impression of latent Poten past winners the wholesale food Price Tia cities. I have watched with past winners of the Dsa at Index compiled by Dun interest and pleasure h i s luncheon w e r e Bradstreet inc., continued achievements Over the k Leishman for the fourth and for those achieve Jroland Maxwell 1933 Willian week reaching for Thell ments your contributions Nicholas 1936 John ending Jan. 21. Plated. Community the jr., 1940 j. To a week ago the Lof leadership you have Demon Richards 1945 Warren Index figures show an which was designed to to reduce classes a started in Many Fields Youri Dorn 1950 Robert e. Coates increase and it is protect cities against in answer to a question personal and business Success jr., 1952 Arthur m. Hannifin higher than a year ago. Croach ment by county author Ity in 1957. He was also a sup Porter of the successful plan to relocate los Angeles state to 26 or 27 if the Bonds pass. Said that class sizes will be reduced from the present 30, College on a site in los an the National average is 27. Bra cite Boundary. 34 and 17 in Russia. In amok Sci a Anu us Ruiess jr., Ai Wiur Ivi. Nanini Iii Luigi ii Uicon to from the floor or. Staerkel which Are the criteria on which 1953 Richard l. Fox 1954 contributing toward the in i to this award to it gives Jack a. Lamp 1955 and Rob crease this week were me great pleasure to present Ert Mardian 1956. Donald c. Prices for wheat Rye Ohalf of the Trinin r in Cir Nrma on behalf of the Junior Gharon Mccoy Winner in 1934 who is sugar Cocoa cottonseed Oil i her and the Community this confined to his bed by illness butter cheese steers Geles just West of the Alham class size in los Angeles is 27th distinguished ser i Cement a Telegram of congrats la land bellies. Down in Price Wool hooked rugs 100% Lustrous Virgin Wool Yam densely tufted in a Loop pile which prevents crushing from footsteps. The Monk cloth backing generously coated with Latex to hold the loops firmly in place. Available in shades of Temple cold san Dahved beige Meadow Green and surf Green. 9x12 4 Plain colors All other sizes now reduced now size 2x3 2x4 3x5 4x6 6x9 8x10 10x14 12x15 12x18 Reg. Price 7.75 11.00 20.70 33.00 64.75 109.60 193.50 257.50 299.00 Sale Price 5.30 7.-.0 13.80 22.00 49.75 73.60 129.00 165.00 199.00 Kazoyan Bros 1706 e. Colorado st., Pasadena by 3-1211, by 14570 plenty of free parking in the door to Van de Kamp s Corn Oats Barley and eggs. Everything in one Beautiful place mortuary cemetery churches Flower shop Forest Lawn offers Complete undertaking and cemetery Flower shop and churches All within the memorial Park. Everything is arranged for in one visit with one Counselor. There is no inconvenience or discomfort in travelling from one place to another repeating facts and details. Here there is no procession through crowded streets but the Comfort of a Brief ride along secluded roads in the midst of the landscaped grounds of Forest Lawn. Because of the Beauty of Forest Lawn Many people might expect it to be expensive. But according to a Survey made by an Independent research organization. Average costs at Forest Lawn mortuary Are lower than los Angeles average

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