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Independent, The (Newspaper) - November 28, 1957, Pasadena, CaliforniaParking lot approved by Bill maybe Al Monte. The City coun cil gave the Green Light this week to the construction of the second of three big Park ing lots planned for the Down town business Section this one at an estimated Cost of 778.75. Parking District 2 will lie within the area enclosed by Valley blvd. Monte Vista St. Granada ave. And Monterey ave. The parking lot actually about an acre will lie within that fronting on Monte Vista and since it will belong to the City and consequently will be tax free it will not be part of the District funds voted in approving the ordinance covering this the Council voted a contribution from City funds of the balance will be raised by assessing property owners in the District. City Engineer Vergil c. Haight estimated they would pay 185.83. The first parking District lot to be built on a cooperative basis already is paved and in Lull use at Tyler ave., South of Valley blvd. The third will be in the Garvey ave. Area. Other districts that Are not currently in the Hopper Are always a possibility Haight said. This one is expected to give a powerful boost to business and planting a Garden Down interests seeking to beautify the Middle of the Street. Lack the Valley blvd. Shopping Sec of parking facilities was seen Tion. Merchants have suggest is a major obstacle de among other things shut Haight said he believed the Ting All rolling traffic off Val District 2 parking lot will be Ley from Tyler to Hoyt ave. Ready for use by july 1, 1958. Chamber to receive City funds Sierra Madre. Despite written protests from four per sons the City Council this week allocated to the chamber of Commerce to de fray expenses for the ensuing year. Councilman Harold Roberts declared he believed the Money was a justified promotional he pointed out that the informational service rendered by the chamber re moves a Burden from the front office of the City and said the amount is relatively mayor Charles James said that the contribution represented "10 cents per per son based on a population of mrs. Estelle Roebeck opposed allocating taxpayer s Money for the chamber. Lowell Frances in a communication to the Council said Sierra Madre is puny in size and it is ludicrous to emulate giants such As los Angeles and mrs. Aresta Osti and or. And mrs. Norman Brooks declared it an unnecessary frill and is a waste of the tax the City s donation involved a contract with the chamber to carry out various promotional projects and publicize the City. Committee tells slate Al Monte. Lamar Hill chairman of the chamber of Commerce nominating commit tee announced yesterday the 16 names of candidates selected to run for 8 vacancies on the organization s Board of directors. The nominees Are Gail Adams and a. R. Howland for 2-year terms Orville Fox and Dan Price 3-year term. Merchants Ralph Swartz and Chet Langan sr., 2-year terms Ray Scott and j. E. Hapl Edwiu years. Professional Morton Abrahams and Hill 2 years by Roh Knoblauch and Arden Dav Idson 3 years. At Large members f. J. Parne and r. R. Smith for a 1-year term and Edwin Snider and Elmer Geronsin also for a 1-year term. The chamber will elect one from each division for a 2-year term one from each division for 3 years and two Board members at Large for a one year term. David Allison services held Monrovia. Final rites for David f. Allison 74, former school crossing guard at May Flower ave. And foothill blvd., were held yesterday at the Douglass and Zook Chapel. Or. Allison died monday at his Home n. Canyon blvd. For 32 years he was a United states postal employee in Randolph neb., moving to California in 1942 when he re tired. Tired of Tempo my belief get rid of distressing Cmor Holdi or piles permanently no surgery Cutty no no Murrl or. Paul c. Fowler . M.8.c.p 1488 n. Lake by 8-8448 pm m fru la Iii Toet lit still Sassy trapper comes to Rescue of Possum plagued Home Arcadia. It is All quiet at the John Mcfadden Home at 2800 Caroline Way since the Possum which has been residing in their attic was captured yesterday. Hearing about their plight. Alvin Harry last night climbed into the attic and caught the animal with a wire noose and placed it in a Box. The animal which was a female will be let Loose Harry said. Mrs. Mcfadden said the Possum was a Sassy Little thing and she was glad she did not come in close Contact with it it has been residing in her attic 2 months causing strange noises like burglars Birds on the roof or rats. Jothi . Thuu Oay Hoyi Miu 21, never missed a sniff terrier has nose for poodles iguana wants to go Home sgt. Jay Nyhart of the Azusa police department holds a 31-Inch iguana a Cross Between a horned Toad and a Chameleon. It was found in a tree and is believed to be someone s pet because it is so tame humane officers said. Police will be More than Happy to return it to its owner. Drummer a trained Aire Dale terrier tracker has a nose for any thing else too. With his nose the ground on a Trail six hours old. Drummer yesterday found widget a miniature poodle that had become lost. Mrs. Peggy Parker. 1488 n. Allen ave. Owner of widget called in the trained tracker when her poodle wandered away after some one left her Gate open. Drummer s owner Are. May Pridham 404 k. Foot Hill blvd., Glendora responded to the emergency Call. The terrier found the poodle in a Home a Block away. Widget was taken in when found sniffing around the front door of the Home. Yes mrs. 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