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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - April 30, 1938, Arcadia, California World wide news coverage by United press and International news sender Independent e w s paper read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features vol Vin no. M2weather unsettled tonight and tomorrow. Single copy 5c in Minim Ime fifteen communities to re represented in concert glee club to appear House leaders pledge prompt action on anti monopoly Issue program changed the 300-voice chorus of the local Hith school will not appear in the Public concert programmed for tonight in the High school auditorium. It was announced today by director Chester h. Van Hellen. High schools musicians representing the Best instrumental Talent in Southern California tonight at 8 15 of clock will present the annual All Southern California High school symphony orchestra concert in the auditorium of the Monrovia arca Dia Duarte High school. Fifteen Southland communities will be represented in the personnel of the musical unit to be directed by Harold h. Scott head of the instrumental music department Here. Links two events a the program Marks the end of Public schools week and the Start of National music week a Scott announced. Assisting the orchestra tonight will be the senior girls glee club supervised by mrs. Frances close Potts. The Complete program follows program listed the marriage of Figaro Mozart orchestra cortege do ser dare in Flotow Ewanow orchestra Rondo rom fourth sonata Bernard Romberg cello Solo Muriel Pugsley Pomona High school finale from symphony no. 5 Tschaikowsky orchestra a i passed by your windows Brahe Lucas girls glee club mrs. Finances Potts accompanist a a Rosita Dupont a Bobolink Zamecnik girls glee club Edith Mcdonald and mrs. Frances Potts at two pianos three dances from a Henry Viii German orchestra Canzonetta from violin concerto Tschaikowsky violin Solo Hugh Bert Ehrhard Al Monte a turkish March Beethoven orchestra far Andole from a a la Arles Enne suite no. 2 Bizet orchestra. C u close to $11,000,000 in gasoline tax funds Are being distributed today by state controller Harry b. Riley. One third of the sum $3,635,857.67, goes to counties and the remainder $7,271,715.35. Goes to the state Highway fund. This apportionment is for the Quarter period january i to March 31, 1938, and is the largest amount of gasoline tax Ever apportioned for this particular Quarter. Trout season opens tomorrow in Southland j rods and reels were oiled up by Arcadia fishermen today in Prepa i ration of the opening of Trout sea son in Southern California Tomor i Row. With water conditions and Many washed out roads making limits i Hev to to get the season is a a Doubter a according to information forwarded this afternoon from the Outing Bureau of the automobile club of Southern California. Forks Good san Gabriel River Between the two dams above Arcadia and Monrovia. The upper East Fork of the san Gabriel As Well As Iron and fish Forks should produce some limits it was revealed. All persons planning trips in the area described above today were asked to make local inquiries As to Road conditions As hikes will be necessary in some j instances the bulletin disclosed. Tribune Carrier scratched in collision Here the bicycle of Louis Garcia of 153 Santa Clara Street today was being repaired Here following a slight col i vision yesterday afternoon on North first Avenue. Garcia Tribune newsboy was scratched on the hand in the mishap. Fhi he it today a news in pictures czech athletes Start training for festivities More than 700,000 men women and children in Czechoslovakia have been called by the 10th annual Sokol Congress to Start training for the gala athletic festivities to be opened at pm due july by president Eduard Benes. From that number 1 5,000 men 15,000 women and 15.000 children will be selected to take part in what has grown to be the largest athletic Congress in the explosion kills 45 in Virginia Coal mine 45 die in mine fire forty five charred bodies were taken from the new keen Mountain mine of the red jacket Coal company at Grundy va., after a fire caused by dust explosions had trapped the night shift. More than 400 rescuers worked in 30-minute relays in intense heat to bring out me bodies. Above is the mine Entrance from which fire belched 50 feet. Promising entry for Kentucky Derby classic fighting Fox full brother of Gallant Fox is pie lured crossing the finish line alone to win a recent race at Jamaica l. I., track. It was his first race As a 3-year-old and to celebrate the Day he ran out leaving the Field behind him. He is a a a promising entry in the Kentucky Derby which will run at Churchill Downs Louisville ky., May 7. A sews i will be slime Early legislation urged by Borah $500,000 to be spent on investigation swears to fight japanese a a forever by John r. Beal fitted pres stuff correspondent Washington. April 30. Up a congressional leaders indicated today that president Roosevelt a request for a $500,000 study of the problem of monopoly would get prompt approval. Sens. William e. Borah. A. Idaho and Joseph c. O Mahoney. D., wyo., joint authors of a pending Bill to require Federal licensing of corporations applauded the presidents recommendations but said that legislative action should not be delayed beyond next year. A i have no objections to the investigation proposed in View of the fact that it will be very difficult to legislate before next session Quot Borah said. Holds fear a tile great fear i have is that the investigation will string along and finally reach a Dusty Shell in the form of to or 20 volumes which few Ever will consult. We ought certainly to be ready to act by next o Mahoney said that the presidents message represented a a positive Forward step and that he was ready to help. Quot it is my conviction that the passage of National Law providing standards for National Commerce is the most important step Congress can take a he said. A every moment of delay in deciding what that Law should contain is Only postponing wildcats place e High in league tussle garnering 20 Points the Monro via Arcadia Duarte High school track and Field team today were holders of fourth place in the san Gabriel Valley league meet held yesterday afternoon on the Al Monte Field. Point winners for the cats were Bob Densmore first in 880 relay team fourth in half mile relay Jim Daugherty first in High jump Marcus Shaw second in High hurdles Sakamoto fourth in hop step and jump Standley second in shot put. Montebello led the Field with a total of 47 a a Points with Bill Bugbee pacing the oilers by winning three first place medals too 220 and Broad jump. I Iii a i to i Iii i in to mini a a a i it Itri world wide news flashes a a a a a a a a a no min a a jury adjourns los Angeles april 30. Up a the state was in the midst of its scientific testimony today in an Effort to prove three officers of the police intelligence squad bombed a private detective who was about to a blow the lid off the City Hall. Total for year to Dale at $131,410 compared to 1937 of $582,1 19 building permits for the month of april were recorded into the official City files As $83 900. Bringing the four months total for 1938 to $431,-410. It was announced this afternoon at the City Hall. In april of 1937. The permits aggregated $222,275. A Survey of the files disclosed. In that month 41 i permits were granted As against 27 i this month. Four months list i the four months sum of 1937 was $582,140. The breakdown of the april permits was announced As follows seventeen dwellings $76,600 seven additions and remodel dwellings $4050 one business building. $2500 one remodel boy scout Cabin $200 one Chicken House $500 and one billboard. $50. Permits issued on the closing Days of the month went to c. P. Cassady for Dwight Burley 1412 South Santa Anita Avenue erect dwelling and garage $6300 c. P. Cassady for c. A. Nipped 1124 South Santa Anita Avenue add to dwelling $1000. Red Napoleon somewhere near the Pattie front in Shah province China Are shown Chu Teh. Left a red Napoleon Anc Captain Evans Carlson. United states Marine officer. Chu Power Ful communist Leader of the eighth route army has sworn to Ltd fight the japanese invaders to the last ditch. Son of a Farmer it was schooled in chinese classics and likes to Lav basketball arcadians Observance of Public schools week closes with a open House at first Avenue Observance locally of Public schools week was at an end today following last nights a open House at first Avenue school with close to 800 parents and friends of students conferring with teachers and faculty executives. Examples of classroom projects were on display in All rooms and along the corridors of the hallway with parents grouped in huddles comparing Progress of the students. Successful programs a the open House programs at both Holly Avenue and first Avenue were very successful this year a supt. E. E. Westerhouse said today. A the i Fine attendance at both schools was encouraging to the school Board teachers the executive staff and Chester r. Endicott worshipful master of the Arcadia Lodge of masons and officers of the local masonic unit cooperated in the Arcadia Observance. Gardenia Queen dam by Cis Lii hit the Federal government will Bear Down j vice to hard on states that dip into Highway funds for general expenditures thus neglecting needed Road development if a new amendment to the Federal Aid Highway act now before Congress is passed City officials of communities throughout the state of California warned today. This will double the penalty on states diverting these funds by curtailing up to two thirds instead of one third of the Federal Aid Money apportioned to them. Under the existing act states misusing Highway funds Lase not More than one third of the Federal Aid allotments in any one fiscal year. State allotment californians appointment for the fiscal year 1938-1939 is estimated at $9,500,000 in an analysis of the situation received yesterday from the automobile club of Southern California Law department. If any Highway funds Are diverted the penalty under the proposed amendment cutting Down Federal Aid by two thirds or $6,333,333.34, would shrink this state s appropriation to a Mere $3,166,666.67. China lashes japs Shanghai april 30. Ins a on land and in the air China a might today lashed at Japan in reprisal for yesterdays a a Mikado a birthday raid on Hankow suburbs. End a Blank checks Washington april 30. Ins a an end to a Blank Check appropriations to president Roosevelt arose As a distinct possibility today when the House appropriations committee disclosed plans to allocate funds in the huge omnibus recovery Bill directly to agencies charged with their expenditure. A wills and trusts was the subject of an address Given yesterday afternoon before the Arcadia rotary club in regular weekly luncheon session at the woman a clubhouse on South first Avenue. The address was delivered by Lawrence Woodward of the Trust department of the Bank of America. He was introduced by Chet Hasson program chairman of the Day. In the absence of president s. L. Gillette Ardene Boller president elect presided. Visitors listed visiting rotarians were Henry Hinrichs jr., Erie pa., prank duper and Charles Campbell Alhambra and e. J. Simonds Monrovia. Guests included Montrose Pollock guest of de Stevenson w. J. Mcfarland. Guest of w. H. Humphries Claude Silcott and George Carlson of Monrovia. Don Moore was the guest High school student for the session. Launch plans copyright 1938 London april 30. Up a great Britain firmly United with France in a new a London Paris inaugurated a Gigantic air Force expansion program today and prepared for diplomatic and economic action in Central Europe to Back up the strongest defensive Alliance since the world War. I Clearing skies forecast for tomorrow in Southland i Clearing skies were forecast for tonight and tomorrow by the United i states weather Bureau. I a the april showers which have swept the Southland for the past i three Days will be Clearing tonight and tomorrow a the official bulletin i disclosed. Gardenias a be Mcmichael of to reigning Queen of Gardenia festival gardens Fia. Thous fragrant White Bloss background for her it vely Peggy Mpa flu., the annual at Cypress ands of the oms form a Coronation. Appointment of Council units due on tuesday appointment of chairmen and members of City Council committees will be announced on tuesday night by mayor Arthur f. Malin when the Board convenes in regular session in the auditorium of the City Hall. Mayor Malin is to reveal the personnel of the following committees Street fire and police water Park and building and finance. He will also select the Council Delegate to the City planning commission. Routine business Metters Are scheduled to come before the coun cil for consideration it was Learned this afternoon with reports due also from the planning commission which i held its regular monthly meeting i last wednesday night. Non smoking ordinance goes in effect tomorrow watch your smoking in the mountains from now on this warning came today from i Spence d. Turner county forester and fire Warden in calling at Fth Tion to the fact that the county ordinance prohibiting smoking in mountainous areas Between May i j and Novi Ember 30 has become operative. Turner pointed out that newcomers Here often suppose that smoking in closed automobiles is exempt i de but this is not the Case. The i Only exceptions Are at established i Camp Sites or the door Yard premise of Homes and All Southern California High school orchestra in program tonight
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