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Arcadia Daily Tribune (Newspaper) - January 20, 1936, Arcadia, California te« i *6** Arcadia 9 » Home Newspaper ALL THE HOME NEWS ALL THE TIME Phone 2231 » THE ARCADIA DEVOTED TO THE PROGRESS AND PROSPERITY OF ARCADIA Vol. I, NO. 1« Areadia, California, Monday, January 20, 1936 '•«I*** Singie Copy 9c Haw’s The Mohave Area Stackiag Up’ Veteran Arcadia Newspaperman Named IVice-President Of Publishing Co. WILL BE MANAGING EDITOR Loofe For Tribune’s Startling News Out Tomorrow So asks W. Parker Lyon, local Presidential candidate of his Mohave Desert campaigner. Death Valley Scotty. The pair are shown above chatting over the museum owner’s chances in the race. (Roush Phot A ) LYONS, DEATH VALLEY SCOTTY TALK OVER CAMPAIGN CHANCES; COLLECTORS TO PAY PENSIONS Vitally interested in the progress anounce that his running mate for of his campaign in the Mojave the vice-presidency will be Abe desert, W. Parker Lyon, Pony Ex- Lincoln, fifth cousin of the Great press Museum owner, and Arcadia's Emancipator, and foreman of the candidate for President, over the museum here. .Wpien quizzed on week-end went into a huddle with ' how, if he was elected, he would his pal, Death Valley Scotty, for a • raise the funds to give out $500 preliminary report on the arid area. ^ every month, Lyon replied: Lyon states that Scotty has come j “It is my plan to have a lot of to terms on the pension plan in j stamps run. off the United States that he has changed his mind about press every day, with a few hund-the $1,000 per month “hand-out” to red of them mismarked. Then the everyone over 21 years of age, and millions of stamp-collectors in this has agreed that $500 per month will j country would be only to willing to be enough to make everyone happy, pay good prices for these rare Within a few days, Lyon promises | stamps, and thus finances would be to give a full statement of his plat- raised without any trouble or undue form to the press, and to publicly taxation.” Snoring Habit Stopped By New Remedy ♦ * * • * » SLEEP SOUND AND SNORE NO MORE WITH SNORE NO MORE The only person in this whole thing really new under the sun . . . wide world to ever gain national ^ j s Snore-No-More, the only wide recognition as a "snorer* 'is known relief for snoring. Snore- Robert Wildhack of La Crescenta No-More, handled locally through a who snored his way into a motion- Pasadena agent, is not a medicine picture contract with Metro-Gold- anc j ^ as ^ een declared on affidavits wyn-Mayer, and who returned to as not being a dope by one of the Southern California recently after mos t reputable manufacturing a successful radio engagement, and che mists on the West Coast, who within a few weeks will start Daily Tribune Ready To Serve City In AH Ways, Roush Declares Today Frank Roush, for the past 12 years associated with newspapers in the city of Arcadia, today took over the management of the Arcadia Daily Tribune as its managing editor and vice-president of the Arcadia Publishing Company. The announcement was made this morning by P. M. Martindale, president of the Arcadia Publishing Company, and publisher of the Tribune. Roush, founder of the Arcadia News and Tribune, is a veteran newspaperman, and is cognizant of the services which a newspaper can perform for the city of Arcadia. Thus far, Roush has been foreman of the mechanical department and manager of the job printing side of the paper. “There will be no immediate change in any of the departments,” Roush declaredd this morning. “The Tribune is ready to serve the city by keeping its readers abreast of the times in the news field, and at the same time give the local merchants a fine medium for their advertising. This paper will not cater to out- of-town advertisers except those who do not interfere with the products sold by our home town merchants. The Tribune will continue its independent policy, fighting for what is right, catering to no political factions whatsoever, and working for the progress and prosperity of Arcadia.” The Tribune will continue to give full coverage in Arcadia to its advertisers every Monday and Thursday, Roush said. Adopting the slogan, “Everybody Wins,” announcement of startling magnitude will be made in tomorrow’s issue of the Arcadia Dally Tribune Concerning the greatest campaign ^evcr staged in this territory. This announcement is really too good to keep, so today the Tribune will let you In on a few facts which will be revealed in detail tomorrow. Somebody in Arcàdia or vicinity on March 11 will be the proud owner of a $1100.00 193G Oldsmo-bile Sedan (the capital prize), somebody will drawn down the second prize of $300 in cash, a third prize of $100, the foürth and fifth prizes of $50 each, all participants will share in the gift distribution« Gordon R. Bentrod, member of the Tribune staff will supervise this ccntest from the Tribune office at 104 North First Av*nue. It’s great and collossal at the ¿ame time • • . watch for tomorrow’s gigantic announcement . . . you. cannot afford to not take part in this mammoth gift distribution campaign. A. B. C. Factory Representative To Be at Arcadia Hardware Ail Day Tomorrow Bright and early tomorrow morn- ( ing, a lady demonstrator from the A. B. C, factory will demonstrate the A. B. C. Electric Washer and Ironer in front of the Arcadia Hardware Company, 52 E. Huntington Drive, it was announced today by P. J. Miller, associated with Gordon Eberly in the store. At 9 o’clock tomorrow morning the demonstration will get under Continued on Page Three EVENTS GIVE Racing Season At Local Park Approximately At Half Way Mark EASTERN TOUrFsTS ARRIVE Gftla Handicap Ball Planned For Evening of February 22nd; San Vicente Next Tthe second winter racing season at Santa Anita Park has about reached the half-way mark with attendance nd interest more than double the successful meeting staged last year. Horsemen and turf enthusiasts from out-of-state are staring to arrive in increased numbers and by the time Derby Day comes around on February 15 to be followed by the feature Handicap Day the following Saturday, the season will be at its height. Stakes still to be run are: Saturday, January 25—The San Vicente, $5,000 added, 6 furlongs. Saturday, February 1—The San Carlos, $5,000 added, 1 1-6 mile. Saturday, Feb. 8—The San Antonio, $7,500 added, 11-8 mile. Wednesday, February 12—Juvenile Championship, $5,000 added, 3 furlongs. Saturday, February 15 — Santa Anita Derby, $25,000 added, 1 1-6 mi. Saturday, February 22 — Santa Anita Handicap, $100,000 added, VA mile. Saturday, February 29—The San Juan Capistrano, $10,000 added, 1 1-8 mile. Members of the Los Angeles Turf Club, which includes many stars and celebrities of the movie colony, will entertain the many famous out-of-state horsemen who will be on hand for the running of the big race. work in another M-G-M production. Wlldhack practically stopped the Snore-No-More acts quickly, is simple to apply, and is absolutely show in "Broadway Melody of 1936”, harmless. Just rub Snore-No-wlth his snoring act. But he is no' ^ ore on y° ur "^nozzle” and be-doubt the only popular snorer in; ^ the world. I Do you snore? Have you ever woke yourself up by snoring in an off-key? Does your wife object to your bedtime nasal lullabies? Down through the ages, snoring snore no the Constitution, you more. It has proven itself a product that guarantees results .... why be a wall-flower .... be the life of the party, and snore no morel The only snorer who refuses to buy a bottle of has been a detriment to mankind. \ Snore-No-More is Robert Wildhack, Do you realize that a spy in the anc * snoring is his business. Civil War lost his life by falling to ! If you are a habitual snorer there sleep in enemy territory and giving 1 are just two things to do. Either his lookout post away by breaking loose with a midnight “snore «ym-phony?” Now on the market comes some- train your snoring to an art as did Wildhack, or else give Snore-No-More a whirl, and forget your film career. * jyyyt PARADE TPYRiJShJ C3.v ftZEHAK Poet Laureate Congressman, Townsendite and pension fan, Loses overcoat — why bother? Three days* pension buys another. In Los Angeles County six Hundred ninety units fix Taxes to be paid each year. Coming issue is made clear By a Texas congressman Who wants early fight begun To pull the Supreme Court’s teeth. Federal Budget battles seethe; Lewis Douglas, Arizona, Says the set-up is a boner. Stanton Rhome stuck out his neck, Pulled it back, a sorry wreck, Interfered in family fight, Couple beat him, serves him right. Radiocast by president Now a fixed routine event, go what! ! VTEweinlii January 24th—Men's Fellowship dinner-meeting at Community Church. Dr. Stewart McLennan, speaker. Saturday, January 25th—Public dance at American Legion hall, Don Williams 1 orchestra. Protests Heard On Dumping Of Trash In Wash Area Protesting the dumping of trash and other debris on a tract of land west of the Fifth Avenue boundary, several Monrovia property owners, headed by L.C. Wallis .former Monrovia councilman, are becoming irate over the action, it was revealed today. Wallis asserts that the Arcadia officials have been carrying on a relentless fight against tramps camping under the bridge, etc., but have little or no attention to the dumping of trash, old boxes, tin cans and other refuse in this neighborhood. WORLD WIDE NEWS FLASHES From International News Service FLASH - - - BULLETIN WASHINGTON, Jan. 20 (INS)—The compromise baby bond bonus bill authorizing the cash payment of the World War bonus in baby bonds passed the senate today in face of an anticipated presidential veto. Thevote was 74 to 16. Today’s Resuits FIRST RACE Denbigh 4.M 2.60 Speed Hotne 4.20 Bon Mint SECOND RACE Onus 5.W) 3.20 Georganu R. U. Orr \ Christine Ada* 2.40 4.00 10.00 2 JO 4.40 3.00 15.40 Stock Market KesaMC NEW YDRK, Jan. 20. UNS; — Stocks opened lower today with the exception of utilities, which were fractionally Improved in anticipation of Supreme Court overthrowing the TVA. The new French crisis, illness of King George and disappointment over delay in a vote on bonus all tended to unsettle sentiment. With the 1 .point gain in steel operations disappointing the trade, steel shares were in supply with U. S. Steel Common half a point and the preferred down I 3-8. Motors were again under pressure, with Chrysler losing half a point on an initial block ot 2,000 shares. Union Pacific was down a point in rails and Deere as much in farm equipments. Food share? were irregularly higher. SANDRINGHAM, England, Jan. 20 (INS)—Physicians to King George V shortly before 9:30 p. m. tonight dispaired of saving his life. They informed the nation that their beloved 70-year-old monarch was dying. •‘The King's life Is moving away peacefuly towards its close’\ they stated in an official bulletin. The King’s death is expected momentarily. HOFFMAN URGES CASE SOLVED TRENTON, N. J. Jan. 20 (INS)— 1 "Solve the Lindbergh case. 1 ’ Gov. Harold G. Hoffman, who is not satisfied that Bruno Richard Hauppt-mann alone committed the "crimeof the century” today was prepared to isssie this order to the harried New Jersey State Police, it was learned from a reliable source. TIE-UP THREATENED IN HAWAII HONOLULU, T. H., Jan. 20 (INS)—A complete tieup of Matson line ships in the Hawailaan Islands was threatened today due to a labor dispute. The crew of the freighter Golden Coast walked out last night just before the vessel was scheduled to sail for the mainland. Although no formal reasons were given company officials .labor leaders declared the walkout was in sympathy with the strike of the freighter Mala’s crew at Honaupo. The Mala’s crew walked out after charging certain workers had been blacklisted by the company, a charge certain workers had been blacklisted by the company, a charge denied by Matson officials. INTERNATIONAL CRISIS FEARED WASHINGTON, Jana. 20, t INS > - Fearful its publication might provoke a new international crisis, the State Department today recaled from members of the Senate Munitions Committee al copies of the sensational Balfour Memorandum, revealing the secret “spoils” treaties of the Allés in the World War. KING GEOKGE DELEGATES SOVEREIGN POWER SANDRINGHAM. Jan. 20. (INS)—It was believed here today that King George would reach the crisis of his present severe ilness either tonight or tomorrow. There was no doubt, doctors disclosed, that he was very weak, breathing difficulties putting a great strain upon his heart. Buie tins issued from l^s chamber this morning said: "The King has had a more restful night” and “There is no substantial change to record in lils Majesty's condition.” Propped on pillows in his sick bed in Sandringham house, his condition virtually unchanged ovvernight, King George today solemnly delegated to Queen Mary and his four sous his power as sovereign over 4£>0,000,000 subjects. SUPREME COURT TO HEAR ARGUMENTS WASHINGTON, Jan. 20. (INS)—The Supreme Court today decided to hear arguments in a case in winch the Roosevelt Administration comes to grips with the United States Steel Corporation. The appeal arose out of a suit by the Government to hold the Elgin, Joliet and Eastern Railway, a United States Steel Railroad, guilty of vioiatmg the Interstate Commerce Law. -àmi. Waffle-Iron Free This Weeh Only At Arcadia Hardware Starting today, the Arcadia Hardware Company, 52 E. Huntington Drive, started an all-week special offer .... the giving of an electric waffle-iron free with every purchase of an A. B. C. Washer and Ironer. Valued at $4.95, the waffle-iron will be given absolutely free .... no strings attached • . . with the purchase of one of these labor-saving washers and Ironer*. “With the finger-tip control, the A. B. C. line tends to take away the wearines and dread of a Monday washing and a Tuesday ironing,” Gordon Eberly, owner of the Hardware Company, said this morning. For further particulars, see the Arcadia Hardware advertisement in another section of the paper, or better still, drop into the Hardware store and talk the situation over with those in charge. TIW EOIALITY TO BE THE Officials From Several Valley Communities To Convene Tomorrow In Arcadia DINE AT SANTA ANITA INN Important Pow-Wow Billed For Leading Southland Heads Council To Attend LOSING STREAK Firestone Nine Whips Locals In Double-Header; Corpe Pitchers Wild With his staff of pitchers wild and ineffective, Manager Guy Corpe stood on the third base coaching line yesterday afternoon at the city ball park and watched the Arcadia Merchants twice bow to the strong Firestone Tire and Rubber Company nine, 10-4 and 11-8. It was the first double setback dished out to the Queen City crew in some time. In the opener, Lefty Johnson, San Francisco Seal twirler, held all the local batters in check except Jiggs Gasaway who pounded out a trio of safeties, and had an easy time coasting to a lop-sided triumph. Corpe used three pitchers in a vain attempt to stem the roar of base hits ringing off the Tire-men’s bats. Johnson aided in his own win by cracking out a pair of bristling two-base hits during the tilt. Both clubs used three pitchers in the nightcap, and only one, "Lefty" Peters was in form. Corpe even called upon his regular first sacker, Jimmy Irving, to do a little flinging in this contest. Gasawey poled out a long homer for the Arcadians, Members of the Arcadia city council tomorrow night are expected to adjourn their regular schedule session to Join the county-wide discussion billed for the Santa Anita Inn following a 6:30 p. m. dinner. With several southland county and civic officials due to be present, tax equalization will be the theme of the pow-wow scheduled for the round-table debate. Headed by Chairman Herbert C. Legg, the county Board of Supervisors will be included among the Southern California officials in attendance here. Practically every community in the county is sending representatives, according to information released today. Invitations were sent out by H. E. Reavis, mayor of the city of Sierra I^adre. The open discussion will be devoted to the allied themes of local government simplification and the "equalization of taxes” as between incorporated and unincorporated areas of oLs Angeles county. (Continued on Page I) CATS FACE PJC IN LEAGUE TIET Local Basketballers Confident Following Upset Win Oyer £1 Monte Uons Total Handle At Santa Anita’s Park Twice That Of Last Season This Date Full of confidence following their surprise win over El Monte in the San Gabriel Valley League opener last Friday night, members of the Mnorovia-Arcadia -Duarte high school basketball team tomorrow afternoon will trek to Pasadena to face the junior college "frosh” in the second loop assignment. In nosing out the Lions from El Monte, 35-33, the Wildcats stamped themselves as the "dark-horse” entry in the league race this winter. The quintet from El Monte had been tabbed as the favorites in the chase for the championship along with Excelsior, while Gene McAllister’s machine, beaten three "out of four times in pre-season games, was doped no better than third. Last Friday, Montebello trimmed the Pasadena five, and the local casaba club will rank as favorites when the teams take the floor tomorrow afternoon at 3.30 p. m Friday games in xhe league are pla yed in the evening, with the Tuesday encounters being slated for afternoon play. When the pari-mutuel windows opened this afternoon at Santa Anita Park for the 23rd day of racing, the total handle was over twice that recorded for the same time last season, it was disclosed this morning. Fans have poured $7,936,056 in the pools in 22 days, for a daily handle of $360,702. Last year this time, the total "tote” was $3.490.711, and the average daily handle $158,668. The $689,126 wagered last Saturday was the second highest ever amassed at the Arcadia oval, the only one topping this being the handle on the day of the Santa Anita Handicap when $802,571 was rung up in the machines. Strangely enough, Azucar, ace of Fred Alger's stable, both times won the feature race on the two leading handle days, winning the rich ’cap last February, and scoring a surprise win in the San Felipe Handicap Saturday. Record of day-by-day betting for the two meetings follows: 1936 $ • # • ♦ f » * First day .. Second day Third day . Fourth day Filth day Sixth day . Seventh day Eighth day ---- Ninth day Tenth day — Eleventh day .. Twelfth day Thirteenth day Fourteenth day Fifteenth day Sixteenth day. Seventeenth day Eighteenth day Nineteenth day Twentieth day Twenty-first day 330,624 Twenty-second day ......... 689.126 492.435 237.224 227.850 461.782 257.677 328.083 553.735 277.859 316.247 603.491 249.632 288.093 314.959 277.648 291.683 503.735 280.087 324.727 327,938 314.632 $ 1935 259.154 89.154 94.774 102.293 234.978 179.713 284.940 122.441 138.743 105.932 257.148 119.663 119.742 81.620 144,961 109.690 335,388 139 777 129.689 165,868 165.441 160.743 Total . . ■ . .$7,936,056 13.490,711 Dally average handle ...... 350,702 ItMM <
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