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   Arcadia Bulletin (Newspaper) - September 26, 1940, Arcadia, California                                 “Arcadia’s Home Newspaper”  HOTWW  Volume 2, Number 52  Arcadia, California, Thursday, September 26, 1940  $1 per year—single copy 5c  WILLKIE BOOSTER MEETING IS WELL ATTENDED  WRITING ROBOT  vM  ♦ •  I  Arcadia admirers of the political philosophy of Wendell L. Willkie today are engaged in a determined drive to roll up a big majority for him in every local precinct, hoping thereby to contribute to his election as president of the United States.  The tempo of the local drive was accelerated Monday night at the First Avenue School Auditorium when local Willkie volunteer workers held a rally and heard several speakers describe the engaging personality of the popular Republican candidate for president and the strategy of the constructive campaign he is waging on his whilrwind trip across the country.  Dr. Edward Carol Sibley, we',* known author and lecturer, was the  main speaker at the Monday night rally. He emphasized the fact that the present campaign for president is a non-partisan “crusade” in the support of the political philosophy that in 153 years has made the United States economically, under its constitutional government, the greatest nation on earth. He outlined the advantages of the many liberties that Americans enjoy and which are not available to the people of any other nation. He declared that there is no room in this campaign for personalities because the issues are so sharply delineated.  Dr. Sibley admonished all those who want to see Mr. Willkie win to work “constructively” toward this end. He pointed out that the future welfare of the country and its citizens depends upon America's ability to halt its obvious trend toward the totalitarianism of a centralized government and return as quickly as possible to the fundamentals of individual liberty. The way to this goal was described as requiring the leadership of a dynamic and understanding successful businessman capable of solving our domestic and. economic problems .by the increased production of an expanded industry,  which will absorb into profitable William Humphries, 21 E Orange employment all those able to work j Grive avenue: Plans for extensive  Directors Electrical Association Meet At County Fair  Directors of the Pacific Coast Electrical Association meeting to day at Pomona announced plans for increased activity within the association to keep pace with the x’apid advancement of business throughout the coast area, The association. representing  BUSINESS SECTION PLANS DINNER  In the absence of Ray M Dick-  more than 3000 members of var- !  ¡nson. president, who is honey-ious branches of the electrica] mooning following his recent industry, has a strong member-1 marriage, Gordon St Eberly pre-  ship here:  sided over the regular Chamber  Building activity has put new    of Commerce meeting Monday  and greater demands on all    night, branches of the electrical busi- With many regrets, the resig-  ness. according to C E Houston,    nation from the board of direc-  president of the association and    tors of Sam L Gillette, who has  assistant manager of the South-    moved to Utah, where he expects  ern California Edison Company:    to remain for the next year or  The industry, likewise, has gear-    two, was accepted. Robert. Bob,  ed itself to the demands of the    Robinson of Bob s Market on  national defense program in this    Baldwin avenne. was unanimous-  part of the country:    ^ elected to complete Gijlette’s  The directors of the association chose Coronado as the location of the 24th annual con-  term :  A national defense committee will be appointed by the group  vention next May. expected to their next meeting. October 14: , be the most important in PCEA Under the leadersrip of chair-i history and named Richard E,  man  Arthur Gould, the Business ■Smith, Edison Cimpany execu-  Men ’ s  division will have a din-tive assistant, as convention,  ner  meeting Monday at the Golf chairman. Activities of associa-!  club cafe - Arcadia County Park: tion for the 1940-1941 year just| There wil1 be a  speaker; Cham-beginning were outlined and | ber  members and their friends  the association budget was ap-'  are  minted to attend: proved:    ! Supervisor William A Smith  The directors, leading execu-  W ^1 be guest speaker Tuesday tives of electrical companies in when the San GabrieJ Valley  A Iona Leslie (left) and Dorothy Woods, attractive Pomona misses, seek to penetrate the secret of the “Writing Robot,” a fascinating mcchanical marvel which is attracting crowds at the Natural Gas Exhibit at the Los Angeles County Fair, no\^ in progress at Pomona.  California and Arizona, were guests of Mr Houston at L A County Fair, of which he has been president since 193<3;  re-  Republican Precinct Workers Attention  Next week has been designated  Rotary Round Table Only This Friday  President Ted Dorrance. minds members there will only be a round table meeting Fri-1 ’’Instruction Week” by Arcadia  day of Arcadia Rotary club and ' clubs — women and men— zone  this at the Golf Club cafe in the j captains calling their precinct  ’ .    | workers to class.”  Friday evening, beginning at  6:30 with a buffet supper, 'Ro-tarians will entertain the Rotary Anns at the home of Mr and Mrs  and now on relief. Wendell Willkie was set forth as possessing the requirements for such leadership.  Captain Irvine Mmger, Republican candidate for congress in California’s 12th congressional district, addressed the Willkie workers. He stated that the paramount consideration in this campaign should be  the election of Wendell Willkie to ! SWIMMING POOL TO  This was decided at Tuesday night’s Republican club executive board meeting held at the home (if Harlan Ware with President leRoy Owens presiding: All sessions will be held at Willkie  entertainment have been made for this, the ladies’ night of the year: Prizes are to be awarled I headquarters, Arcade building on  for card and other games:  Last Friday Rotarians viewed polored motion pictures taken by Ralpih Ericsson during his tour of the U S this spring:  insure a one hundred percent Americanism in our national government. When this is assured he  the  be  Huntington drive, beginning at eight p m. excepting Monday night ,when Williams R Humphries, captain of his district, will instruct at his home, 21 East Orange Grove avenue.  Following are the nights and precincts:  Monday workers in precincts 4, 11, H2; Tuesday. Norman Link, captain, precincts 2. 3, 15; Wednesday, Clarence Dunham, pre-  Associated Chamber of Commerce holds its first autumn dinner meeting in Alrambra: Secretary Archie Bradley has tickets for the event, which may be obtained at the Chamber office,  Those attending were: L A Beckstrom, Ardene Boiler. H E Coleman. Glenn Dysart, Gould, John Houlihan. A J Lovejoy, H W Johns, Donald Strawn and Bradley.  C. E. HOUSTON  President  Pacific Coast Electrical Association  CLOSE FOR SEASON  The swimming pool in Arcadia County Park will pointed out that to help Mr. Willkie open only two more days this carry out his program of revitaliz- season, Saturday and Sunday: ing American industry the vo^rs On Saturday the pool will be should send men to congress Wio 'open from 9:00 a m until 5:30  1  cincts 5. 6. 7; Thursday, Harvey can understand and support the p m. and on Sunday, September Moss, captain, precincts 8. 10.  1 6. Willkie policies without reservation. 29th, from 1:30 until 5:30 and 17; and Friday, Leon Ware, cap-A speaker at the Monday night then close for the season:    tain, precincts 1, 14, 18.  rally, who, some believe, came near- --——----These meetings will start  est captivating the hearts of the “merit badges” and is an Eagle promptly at eight o’clock with audience was Don Berger, one of Scout, brought the head of The  thp  captains explaining precinct the founders and organizers of the First Presidential Voters to Arcadia, oi ganization and work necessary, National First Presidential Voters president LeRoy Owen, of the The importance of being regis-League. Mr. Berger explained that local Willkie organization, presided ' tered was stressed, also that the “First Presidential Voters” is  a t the rally.    ' today is the last day for voters  designed to provide a way for all Mr. Owen, a member of the com- ' to register in order to cast their those youths between the ages of 21 mittee which arranged for Mr. • ballot at the presidential elec-and 24, who are about to cast their willkie’s reception in Southern Cali- tion. This applies only to those first vote for president, an oppor- fornia last week, had charge of the , who have moved since voting or tunity to exert their organized in- Willkie itinerary from the time the who failed to vote in either the fluence in the coming election. His willkie party left the train at San- August primary or November youth, ability as a speaker and sin-  :  ta Ana until it reached the Bilt- ! elections of 1938. cerity seems to have impressed his more Hotel after the rallies Thurs-  1  Board members present Tues-hearers profoundly.    j day night at the Coliseum and the ! d ly included Mrs J J Covell.  Dr. Sibley, who has devoted most Hollywood Bowl. He related to those ; N elson, Herbert and Lloyd Por-of his life to boys work and writing at the rally some of the observa-  1  Cnarles E Gibson, Mrs Arthur  MILLIONAIRE’S! SON FINED FOR SPEEDING  Police Saturday arrested Thomas William Warner, jr, 25. of 981 South Orange Grove avenue. Pasadena, when he speeded thru Arcadia in excess of 75 miles per hour: Stopped near the ”Y” intersection on Huntington Drive and brought to police headquar-tes, Warner, son of T Warner, millionaire, of speedometer fame, was found to be intoxicated: Brought before Judge Ardene Boiler, he received a fine of $100:  Guy Corpe’s Horse Cops Pomona Fair Honors  j ’’Littleman” heavy stock horse entry of Guy R, Corpe copped third place in a field of 17 at Pomona fair horse show Wed nesday night.  jThree quiatrers tjroroughbred and one quarter Stfc?eld’/st, ’’Littleman” fleet ajnd isrure footed, was ridden by Jimmy Williams in the $500 stake race.  Also shown in breeding and stock classes this week were Corpe’s Palomino mare, Cleo, and two stock horses,  Ralph Corpe, 16, son of G. ’L Corpe, and Betty Smith will be Iseen in action Sunday at the fair, in the roie of trick riders.  for boys and who a£ a Boy Scout tions that he was able to make of himself learned more than hundred' Mr. Willkie at .close range.  Cutting Red Tape, Gr.  Arcadia B-L Association  tor. Humphries. Link and Car-roU Wynn,  A Home Institution  DEMOCRATIC WOMENS STUDY CLUB SETS LUNCHEON DATE  Members of the executive  committee, Arcadia Democratic  Women’s Study club, meeting  yesterday at the home of Mrs, James West, set Monday, October 7 for a luncheon meeting at Ye Derby Tavern, All women of the city are cordially invited to attend, There will be an out of town speaker,  Will help you fimance  THIEF STEALS MONEY FROM LIFE GUARD  Casheing away $50 in bills. Norman Stolba. life guard at the County Park pool, Sunday reported to police that sometime beween the hours of one and four in the afternoon a sneak thief discovered the hiding place, in an office drawer, gianed entrance through a window in the men's lavatory and stole the wallet containing the money.  The victim suspects a Pasadena student who quarralled with him Saturday afternoon, according to his report to local police,  Mothers Chorus  Arcadia-Monrovia Mothers’ P. T. A. chorus will again start rehearsals Thursday morning at 9:30. Oct. 3 in the Ivy school, Monrovia. Mrs. Mabel Nye is directing this year and Mi's. W. R, Siewert is serving as chairman. All women of this district interested in choral work are cordially invited to take part.  Your old or new Home   

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