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   Covina Argus Citizen (Newspaper) - July 14, 1933, Covina, California                                Await Agreement of Board Rolph Declines to Narne Shaw Successors Until Two Groups Concur The delay in appointing a super visor to fill out the unexpected term of Frank Shaw was blamed on the inability of Shaw and the other members of the board to agree on any particular candidate for the Rolph revealed In Los Angeles to attend a testi monial dinner tendered who is Los Angeles new Rolph made the statement That the Ma yor and the County Supervisors will come to an agreement as to that Previously he has according to the Los Angeles that the man he appoints will be friendly to the Forthcoming appointments will all be announced from Sacramento Rolph de in answer to queries concern ing other political jobs which will be filled John newly appointed chairman of the board of Super visors told Los Angeles newspaper men that the Board will not at tempt to participate in Rolphs selec tion of a successor to 5 Strong Win Over State Picnic For Illinois People Announced Today An announcement was sent out yesterday by Henry president of the Illinois State So telling of the coming annual summer which will be held all day June at Bix by Park in Long Brubaker will all the usual picnic including county registers and he Hot coffee and silk sou venior badges will also be supplied A program of song and oratory will follow the picnic dinner fea turing the popular Roamers Quar Robert manager of the Fox Pomona announced today that he has booked the Trovers Repertory Players from San Fran cisco in the stage presentation of Alice In Wonderland adopted from the book classic of the same title by Lewis for cine inee performance July Alice In Wonderland presents two hours of superb entertainment for children and grown ups All the familiar characters that have been a source of delight to each the Mad the Red Tweedle dum and the White the and all the others are brought to life with ma gical exactitude to their original conception by Lewis Forty skilled players be seen in the and the company car ries their own special light and costume All seats for this one matinee performance will be reserved and on sale in advance at the box Admission prices have been raised slichtly to take care of the addi tional but inasmuch as there will be only one pa trons were urged by Manager Can npm to reserve seats assoon as The Game Bridge The first mention of the game bridge in English appeared in a little volume entitled British or Russian published in tan don in This has led many to suppose the game is of Russian orig Where Are the Sermon Topic Tuesday Eve Where are the Dead is the subject of a series of Bible studies which by the pastor qf the Foursquare church on Tuesday Speaking of these studies Tyler Every individual longs to know something of after The Word of God clearly tells us the state of the the abode of the wicked as well as the the dif ference between spirituar death and eternal life and many other related matters of interest to those who enjoy real fascinating All Ellis and McDsrinouth led off the Slicers at the Intermembership tournament held Saturday at to score nine tough points and help greatly with the 38 to The three handicaps were and 13 and other threescores were turned in by 12 George 3 13 and There was put one lone Hooker score of and was made by with a handicap of 11 There were three 2 pojnt men in the Hooker 6 0 and George Covina members of both teams were long on yarn spinning this and Comans band were pleas d with the juicy steaks which were paid for by the Harry Holbrook took all honors in the Saturday Ball iy finishing six on Bill came through in fine shape bo finish 4 up and in second John and George Brown all tied for third with one George Batchelor won the Sunday Pont Tournament with 43 and Holbrook came in second with Rolston and Ed Bixby led it up for third with 40 points The Sunday Mixed Twoball Foursomes was won by and Don Nichols with a 4649 a handicap of 24 and Jiet of and George Brown were second with a 414182 and handi cap of 10 and a net Rey wlds and Denio took third wtih a 424283 handicap of and a net of eral thousand dollars worth of first Taran hit about 15070 class conjectures on the set belief while the required weight for run but there is no authority for j those who would enjoy these classes such a The name was soon Tuesday evenings are heartily urged to Of course they are corrupted into I Tewible Is your husband aj bookworm just an ordinary j The worlds great need is courage yours by advertising YOUR DISTRICT MUSIC STORE 201 BADILLO STREET COVINA MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS AND SUPPLIES AT LOWEST PRICES Special For Friday and Saturday DATE NUT HONEY ALMOND BRITTLE COFFEE CAKES for 25c BIRTHDAY PARTY AND WEDDING CAKES MADE TO ORDER If you dont see for will gladly make it for you OUR SLOGAN NOT HOW BUT HOW GOOD Covina Pastry Shop 129 Citrus of Bank 220 COMBINED REPORT OF CONDITION OF THE COVINA VALLEY SAVINGS BANK At California as of the close of Business on the 30th day of 1933 RESOURCES Loans secured by real 74 adjustment 7308065 Allother warrants and other securities in less all adjustment accounts 312 Bank furniture and fixtures and safe Other real estate 107671 Cash on hand and due from 8868006 LIABILITIES Capital paid Undivided Reserves for etc Dividends Savings 740 B2 county and municipal Other State of County of Los ss President and Secretary of the Covina Valley Savings being duly each for himseff saysX haTt personal knowledge of the matters contained in the foregoine reoort of condition and schedules pertaining thereto and that every allegation matter and thing therein contained is true to the best of lUs knowledge and SeveraUy subscribed and sworn to before me by both dependents this SEAL that Uniack s about to handle a ichiseling proposition with Joseph the who is all primed to continue his million buck hoss plant in In a recent edition of his col umn As the Grow Flies Robert sports chief of the nius rated Daily News has some inter esting data may be news to he In his voices the knowledge that Juiack is one of the bigger shots n the horse raising and in is by a real Ctronin went on to cite various nstances and this knowli Cranky Motors Costly To All Covina Pilots Trouble Keeps Two Local Entries Out of The Lake Elsinore Regretta Although the scheduled match race between Hovey Cooks Million aire Kid and Archie Halls Fotd Inboard Dolphin fell through when Cook froze a piston in his 220 out board the Sunday meet at Lake Elsinore went off in fine shape and was attended by a large group of Covina according to the three skippers who Curley Beardsworth and Herman White were other pilots from this city who entered the with Beardsworth burning a piston in his C class and White taking first place in his Hornet a fast He was trained by Gin with Francis Andrews of Pomona at the Claybaugh tooled Whites hornet to a victory in both heats of the unlimited turning the distance in 25 and was fol lowed by Lightening with E Savage The most sensational race of the day came when White nosed out Andrews in the fast C A scant fifth of a which is less than half a boat length sep arated the pair up the and Andrews couldnt quite get the steam for the remaining few inches of lead Sponsored by the Valley Outboard the rajces were pro nounced and the pilots will meet again in about two weeks ight on the You may live 0 see both Arcadia and Baldwin ark nonconflicting meets with a big plant at Baldwin Park after The outboards are blooming and will continue to whine all through he with the reorganiza tion of the Valley Outboard As ociation under the leadership of het San Dlmas pilot A series of races was arranged ast year at but White ells us that the water is far too ihallow in the pond for any racing ills Elsinore is a popular and Arrowhead likewise pro vides good with the beach courses a trifle rough for the Not overly familiar with the 1 chinfest with White revealed boats in the Valley club were wth one and that an inboard half and half hydroplane boys get no coin on the racing only mugs BLONDE VOICE NEWEST TRICK IN HOLLYWOOD Not only are there blonde voices and brunette ones but microphones of today even show a preference between the according to Franklin chief of the sound recording department at the Paramount studios in Most successful film irre gardless of their complexion and have brunette he He believes it to be a prerequisite for screen The difference is very he The voice of the av erage or woman of light has a higher frequency of vibration than that of the just as tenor voices are than Recent perfections and refine ments in sound recording appara tus have made this dlflerece more apparent than ever So now we believe we have found the reason why several of the most blonde stars of five or six years ago have been but mildly suc cessful in talking On the other hand this explains the success of Marlene Greta Carole Lombard Peggy Hopkins Helen Twelve Ann Wynne Gibson Pinch Hitting The Citys Curbstone Club have been spending much and sev gents do claim that Oook has well ovej 45 on the rear of his and the first time he can get the wheels to turn in the right di rection will crack OolUna record seven The boys who yarn about the races likewise claim that the record holder was several pounds light of the linage when he took the water for his Collins his throws another and glory fuel for the faster lobs is made of nitroglycerlne and whatnot no wonder they pop or maybe he was ribbing me Hovey Cook has by far the fastest outfit in the both boat and motor his nearest competitor is Miss Pomona and the two jobs due to delayed motor have never had a real shot at each other in a despite over two years of competi The runabout recwa is supposedly held by national pft who drives every Sunday at the paytosee races near Collins is really a big time pilot and is worth watching of a Sunday He knocked off somewhat over 46 and some tenths miles hour at Elsinore two weeks to take the The local outboard abouts is right smart over Shaking water out of the ears after this naval discussion we hie merrily along to the greate olde ganune of Results of the Mountain Mead ows Shorts which accord ing to a whispering campaign was promoted by Ellis because he knew his legs would win In a well results of the tourney showedthe feats a golfer can perform with one meadey all we need is a driver rand a mashie to shoot our regular and the performances turned In by the Meadows underweat wearers seemed to point out the fallacy of a bag bustin with clubs To further illustrate the possi bilities which lie In a fewdub we have a squib from the pil lar of impeccable Evening Herald sports in which the tale is told of a feller playing an 18 in 77f utilizing naught but a lone Aside from the feature of trick there seems to be a big ten dency among fellowduffers to boost the sales averages of the equipment outfits At any local course on a Saturday youll find many a sweaty business man bawling for a variety of sticks that would be wilder the worlds best caddy flnd swearing his heart out at the score card in his locker The feature of simplicity might be said to have its Shad invariably return to spawn In the waters from they made their original By plant ing in unpolluted the young from hatchery shad may be made to come up streams never before used by A tomb containingJmrlals of the period has been dis covered in Largct quanti ties of the pottery of the time of King Solomon before your trial you have a right to challenge any member of your Id like to fight the little shrimp on the Old Gentleman What Is the little boy Are you lost Boy I I might have known better than to come out with Shes always losing some VACATIONS and HEALTH By ERNEST LINES THE OPEN ROAD nPHE call of the open road lures many a smooth I highways throughout the nation wry million of people evwy summS to spots or other places of or the nioun tains or mil tains or Although it would seem that sufficient advice and warning had already been given on how to avoid automobile yet the auto mobile is responsible for about accidental deaths every A disastrous crash is one of the quickest ways to bring a happy holiday to a tragic Drive carefully Slow down at all and stop unless you can see a long way both right and Although you may think you have the right of the other fellow might not So dont take Stop at all railroad Croat ings and drive cautiously in congested particularly where children may be playing in the You may lose a few seconds of but you may save a Have your car checked over by a competent mechanic before starting a steering head lights and tires should be in perfect If you drink alcoholic let someone who does not drink drive the Dont drive if you enjoy taking More than your own life and safety depends on who is at the Dont try to pass a line of cars unless the road ia clear a long way ample warning has been and you can pass while driving Dont try to cor if you have to rush to make The mentality and physical con dition of the driver ara equally M Important ai Out condition of the if not nion Intelligence and quick perception and reaction are People with heart disease or other serious ailments make bettor than Dont drive if you are Many accidents occur from drivers dropping asleep at ths wheel and waking up in the hospital Ifyou are driving across dont try to drive too far each tendency is to increase speed and to take greater risks the longer a penon has been Dont wait until the gasoline tank is almost empty before stopping fpr rest and If mow than one person in car can change placet Make crosscountry driving a vaca not a contest tosee how fai you ecu drive each day or how quickly you can get from one to the GREATEST BANKER Runs Fiftytwo Financing In stitutions With Investment of Two Billion Thirtynine Agricultural biggest banker tod la the Federal Government which is now operating flftytwri financing says Thit it fourth of a teriet of WsriidetonVacationtand Milk and mil antwer Ou yutttiont Whst diet is beet in hot weather How can you be of drinking only pure milk wftterr What are mop eauies of tt fessor John Hanna of Uni versity the American Backers soclatlon Forty of these are owned entirely by the he In twelve more the Government has al ready a twothirds are intended to be Twentyfive the permanent ones and fourteen of he temporary ones are The capital stock held by United States in these banks has a par valua of The Govb ernments total Investment Is Iy Resources of institutlAis excead In addition the Government has de tailed supervision over fiftyone mortgage operating under Federal The Government also supervises local agricultural loan associa tions with Federal All this takes no account of the relations of the Government to the twelve Fed eral Reserve nor of the au thority recently given to the Recon struction Finance Corporation to buy preferred stock in national and state commercial Consolidation Called For The President has ordered the consolidation of the agricultural credit agencies Into the new Farm Credit says Pro fessor He expresses the opinion that before consolida tion of the agricultural financing agencies too much machinery had been created to administer the financing institutions which the Government either owns or super Existing institutions represent a considerable differentiation of func tion and any consolidation should be preceded by a careful survey of the actual activities of the various he The only consolidation the Administra tion has announced ia that of the agricultural credit agencies In the Farm Credit Administration Asa permanent solution this arrange ment is too closely bound up with of library of tionale in Paris and thev The art of Persia being found in old A remarkable work of the time when Darius the Great ruled has been Asked to write an essay on Quak a little girl wrote Quakers are very meek people who never fight and never answer My father is a but mother is Mother you cant have the hammer to playwithf you will hurt your Tommy I Jill is going to hold the nr Golf ownt you tell me that Junior caddied for you yesterday Golfer Himself Was that Ju nior I thought I had seen that boy They say James plays golf just like a She should be ashamed to use sucET I un ciassjt Stow did you do Willie She askedLme lor Lincolns Gettysburg Address n I told her that he Ived should have heard the class i I call my wifebetter i Why Because she Is always you better half patched and you better half ax ed and better half thltf you better half REDUCED RATES Near everything juit half block Market Afirrtclasiifireproof hotel Qffering every comfort and in rightTin eiYDB Sfh MJ5SION JiTRCETS cisc6 WITH TwiceaWeek Coverage Best Paid Circulation Largest Bona Fide List Complete Service Intensive Reader Interest Unequalled Rate FOUND ONLY IN THE Tuesday and Friday issues of The Citizen No other weekly paper in the San Gabriel valley can offer 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