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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 9, 1938, Arcadia, California Deadline set for Arcadia school District to Supply share of project Cost read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features an Independent news paper to a heat Lyja a world wide news coverage by United press and International Newt service vol. Chi no. 187 weather fair tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California tuesday August 9, 1938 single copy 6c due will in by trustees to meet thursday to discuss construction proposed for tirade schools the Arcadia City school District sponsors of tire proposed pea approved building program outlined at Holly Avenue and first avenues today were served with a deadline Bond ultimatum which must be met before the Federal funds will be turned Over for use Here. This announcement was made this afternoon by supt. E. E. Westerhouse As he revealed the school Board in regular meeting thursday night will prepare for the holding of a $129,000 Bond election before september 30�?deadline Date set the Public works administration. Offer ready a Arcadia has been offered $109,992 by the pea for the additions planned at the Arcadia City Grade Wester House explained today. A this Money will be lost until another Congress session votes Federal moneys for such projects unless a he District pledges its share of the total Cost As sponsors of the according to word sent to Wester House by j. A. Burke official in the pea Branch office in the Washington building. Los Angeles the Bond election must to held before september 30 and a successful before the $109,992 earmarked for the total projects will be released. A vital issues a on thursday night members of the Arcadia City school Board will Convene at the first Avenue school to thrash out details for the staging of the Bond election Quot westerhouse disclosed. A the proposed building project is the most vital concern facing the District a a a a a a a a voters of four states cast ballots in primary family interested spectators at famed a a morals murder trial leaders Convene in Tokyo expected to spirited races foreseen in Arkansas Nebraska Ohio and Idaho voting today by George r. Holmes ins stuff cd Orr a Pom Lent Washington aug. 9 a four states Arkansas. Idaho. Nebraska and Ohio a hosted today in primary elections in which National issues. For the most part were conspicuously missing. Three scats in the Senate and 36 in the House were at stake in the voting. Reservations for fishing trip to Island open reservations May still be made at the Wheeler Street fire station for the All Arcadia tuna albacore fishing a expedition Quot off Catalina Island programmed for monday August 22, it was announced today by City hardener Ellis my Scarbia in charge of the trip. Thirty arcadians Are expected to comprise the Crew of the chartered Poat. Mussachia stated. Little Rock. Ark., aug 9. <u.p. A sen. Hattie Caraway asking the support of Arkansas democrats on tile basis of her a Aioo pier cent Quot new Deal record was opposed for renomination in the party a primary today by rep. John l. Mcclellan who told the voters that he was a Friend of the new Deal but was not and would not be a a rubber stamp Boise. Ida. Aug 9. Deal strength in Idaho was tested today in the democratic primary contest Between sen. James p. Pope consistent supporter of the Roosevelt administration and rep. D. Worth Clark conservative Democrat who bid for Republican support. Omaha. Neb., aug. 9. Or a Nebraska held its quietest primary election in years today. Less than 50 per cent of the qualified voters continued on Page 5 Moscow awaits verdict of Nippon military officials huddled in Midnight c conference soviet infantry troops tanks and planes concentrated on Frontier of Siberia Region Tokyo wednesday aug. Ion ins a momentous decisions expected to have a vital effect on Russo japanese events in the next few Days were believed to have been reached today at an emergency conference of army leaders. Tokyo wednesday aug. Ion ins a Large portions of soviet infantry Calvery and artillery have been concentrated on the siberian Frontier near Ivansh 13 Miles North of change Ufeu. The japanese War office announced today. The troops were reinforced by 50 tanks. A momentous conference of japanese army chiefs was summoned by general last night and remained in session until after Midnight. Subjects a bearing vitally Quot on the Border conflict with Russia were understood to be under discussion. Didden Peot interested spectators at a a morals murder trial most interested of All spectators at a a morals murder trial of former Deputy sheriff Francis m. Carroll at South Paris me., Are Carrolls wife and daughter and Niece. Shown left to right they Are Leonora car poll daughter Barbara and mrs. Carroll. The former Deputy was accused of the slaying of or. James g. Littlefield and also that of lit tlefield�?T8 wife by Paul Dwyer Barbaraus former sweetheart who is serving a life sentence for the crime. / a carrying instructions to prepare _56-acres for a Community Garden by h. O. Thompson plot under sponsorship of the works d in Ted pres. Starr .arr,.,Deal Progress administration and the Tokyo. Aug. 9.�?a dome news state Relief administration an Andu r it. Askov Ivov i Vance Crew of workmen were sched Agency dispatch from the siberian a a a Chiq of Vav Frontier reported today that Field died to report in read marshal Vassily Beecher command county ii e pm g a Der in chief of the russian far East i Quot Arcadia 250 men were even a a army. Had arrived to supervise a a russian army operations. J the dispatch asserted that bide it Zzz Cher had arrived at Nookie ask. J h co near the Frontier and opposite pos spa Leader or th9 Siet Bay where russian warships y have been reported concentrated j Southland area. Dearly 1,500,000 voters in county qualified to cast ballots August 30 Arcadia Valley totals Are revealed scout croup set nearly a million and a half voters i los Angeles county Are qualified y registration to cast their ballots i the August 30 election. County what noted people Are saying by International news service Louisville mrs. A. B. Chandr wife of the Kentucky governor Ter her husbands defeat for Nomi Trion to the United states Benet a you can Tell the world that it but Lucky does no to want a Happy i rely do. He knows How to take Hiilton on Hudson. N. ther divine negro cult Leader a heaven is thought to he in the a but the sky is nowhere but Ery where there is nothing and Aven is 3 Angeles Patrick h. Joyce Lent of the Chicago amp great to Railroad. Lere s nothing in the Industrial re to warrant anything but me Chicago or. Fritz Haas noted Man biologist intellectual Freedom has vane in Germany at least for this aeration. Education is in a Light jacket. It Detroit a mayor Richard w. Iding. Ordering welfare officials investigate All clients see that you use investigators a Are not too socially registrar William m. Kerr announced today. Of the 1,461.861 county total. 888.-39 Are democrats and 487,352 republicans. Giving the former party an Edge of 401,046. Totals also revealed that 737,244 registrants Are men and 724,617 women. Cities in Valley cities in the san Gabriel Valley show the following democratic and Republican registration the total included minor parties Alhambra democrats. 11,688 republicans. 9350. Total 22,270. Arcadia democrats 2053 republicans 2138. Total 4362. Azusa democrats 1286 republicans 809. Total 2222. Covina democrats 937 republicans 918. Total 2019. Al Monte a democrats 1407 republicans 686. Total 2206. Glendora a democrats. 3146 republicans 932. Total 4517. Monrovia a democrats 3526 republicans 3413. Total 7238. Montebello democrats 2356 republicans 1276. Total 3837. Pasadena a democrats 19.765 republicans 26,007. Total 49,339. Pomona democrats 6807 republicans 5692. Total 13,412. San Gabriel democrats 2497 republicans 1752. Total 4519. San Marinow democrats 715 republicans 2669. Total 3645. Sierra Madre a democrats 1218 republicans 1092. Total 2515. South Pasadena democrats. 3392 republicans 5026. Total 8923. District figures figures for Hie congressional districts in the county divided into Republican and democrats and showing the total number of voters registered in each follows Lith District democrats. 98,178 republicans. 81,290 total. 199.975. 12th District a it Emo rate 90.798 republicans 60,893. Total 160.381. Prepared to be put into practice in september an extensive and outstanding program is being outlined for Arcadia boy scout troops through the 1938-39 year. This announcement was made today by Earl Kingston chairman of the Arcadia District committee boy scouts of America at Isle Camp at the present time. Scores of Arcadia scouts Are attending or returning from the annual summer Camp at Cherry Valley on Catalina Island. With the opening of schools next month the Arcadia program for the troops will be launched with a court of Honor programmed in the Early fall. World wide news flashes typhoon due Shanghai aug. 9. Up a precautions which verged on martial Law were taken in Shanghai tonight in preparation for a typhoon which was expected to strike Shanghai about 3 a. In. Tomorrow. Air show set Washington. Aug. 9. Ins a the army air corps will Send 325 air planes to los Angeles in september to participate in the american legion National convention Parade september 20. Acting Secretary o War Louis Johnson announced today. Bowron to run los Angeles aug. 9. Ins a making the condition he was a pledged to anyone Superior judge Fletcher Bowron agreed today to run for mayor against Frank l Shaw at the recall election on september 16 next. Bowron announced his decision to the committee of 25 of the federation for civic betterment which last night recommended his selection As shawls opponent. Of daily merry 0 Easu Noton around Toad Mark 11 registered copyright 1938, by United features Syndicate inc by Drew Pearson and Robert s. Allen is t it a Ion series of secret conferences the Ford motor company has made its peace with the Justice department regarding its alleged violation of the anti Trust Laws. This grew out of an indictment by a South Bend ind., Federal grand jury on charges that the big three motor companies Ford general motors and Chrysler were Vio the anti monopoly Laws by it miss the anti monopoly suit. In return the Ford company sets up a sort of code of fair Trade practice. Details Are being kept secret temporarily for two reasons i because the government wants to submit the agreement to the complaining independents for their approval before officially announcing it 2 because a similar settlement is in the works with Chrysler. The jus lating secretly controlling motor finance corporations. The suits were based on numerous complaints made to tile government by Independent dealers and finance companies that the big three forced them to finance through their own companies. Following the indictments Ford and Chrysler opened quiet negotiations with the anti Trust division for an out of court settlement. After several abortive attempts Dice department Hopes to be Able Ford lawyers last week reached an j to make both agreements Public at agreement with the division. The the same time. Justice department agrees to Dis transplanted Eye of dead woman brings Man sight san Francisco. Aug. 9�? ins j the Cornea of the Eye of a dead woman gave sight today to a bv-1 ing Man. Rev. Hugh e Harding Portland Oregon minister saw Light today through the Cornea of an Eye taken i from the body of mrs. Margaret .Arr 80. Shortly after she died. Bequeaths Eye mrs. .Arr a member of Rev. I Harding a Church bequeathed her Eye to him after he had pleaded j with condemned prisoners at san Quentin for an Eye. When physicians removed the bandages of Rev. Harding a eyes he was Able to distinguish colors and count figures in a Semi dark room. General motors in line with its general St i necked anti administration attitude so far has remained aloof from the peace negotiations. Note Donald r. Richberg onetime or \ Boss and White House intimate was a Ford representative continued on Page 5 remind taxpayers of August 20th deadline of Pion Arcadia taxpayers delinquent in their payments today were reminded by City treasurer Emma e. Hamer that saturday August 20, is the a absolute deadline for those planning to take advantage of the ten year plan. A a the ten year plan enabled delinquent taxpayers to save themselves severe mrs. Hainer explained this afternoon. A in some rates the penalties existing on some tax payments run As High As 108 per Wendell sell of Arcadia for the past two years a Cadet at the West Point military Academy tonight will bring a verbal picture to members of the Glenn Dyer Post no. 247, american legion of a the life of a As the feature of a regular meeting of the legionnaires. Young sell graduate of the Mon Rovia Arcadia Duarte High school won a scholarship at West Point in a statewide test sponsored by the National guard. He is the son of or and mrs. B. E. Sell of 29 la Porte Street. Appointments due appointment of the personnel for the standing committees of Tim Post will be studied by commander s. S. Stubbs As members have been requested to declare their Choice of committees it was disclosed. Major league baseball scores by United Prem american league by James e. Brown ins staff Corn six indent Moscow. Aug. 9. Ins a ready to hurl its mighty War machine into action and spill a a Gallons of japanese blood the soviet Union waited tensely today for Tokyo a reply to Moscow a terms for cessation of the Border warfare at change Ufeu Hill. $13,750 monthly the county project Calls for the expenditure of $3,269,320 with 4,652 class a a a Quot taken from various Relief Rolls employed. Arcadians payroll will amount to $13,750 per month Connolly revealed. Similar projects Are plumed for other county communities including Monrovia Alhambra Al Monte Azusa and Baldwin Park. Military leaders made it Clear that they will not hesitate to plunge into j Harvest Date set open War with Nippon should a j a within three months time the pan s reply to foreign commissar first Harvest of the truck Garden Maxim Litvinova a proposals come in produce is expected a it was Dis the form of bullets and bombs. Closed today by r. S. Atkinson i supervisor for All county unite. Council to meet j a when the Harvest gets underway. Members of the City Council will 200,000 pounds of produce daily meet in regular session on tuesday i will be shipped to a Central Ware night. August 16. In the City Hall i House in los Angeles for Dis Tribu Audi Tori urn. I Tion to qualified needy a planes ordered to Aid in search of missing Highland Park boy lost near a Rowbear Lake Region Washington too Ooi 0 new York too 101 0 a a a Boston too too 7 Philadelphia too 030 n if a a Detroit 010 0 Chicago too 0 a a first game Cleveland not 210 so Louis too too National league new York 200 too 300�?5 9 4 Boston 003 too ioo�?4 6 0 batteries new York loll Man. Hoffnian and Dunning Bostons Macfayden Hutchinson and Lopez. A it Philadelphia 311 too Brooklyn 010 224 a a a Chicago too Ooi 0 Cincinnati too too 0 san Bernardino. Cal. Aug 9 a up a air planes were ordered out at Daylight today to scour the rugged san Bernardino Mountain area near a Rowbear Lake for three year old Keith Carlson who wandered from his parents cottage at i of clock yesterday afternoon and disappeared. More than too sheriffs deputies forestry officers acc youths and civilians searched the wooded area last night and sheriff Emmet l. Shay later dispatched a party of i to mounted deputies to he Hunt locate tracks the child son of or i Carlson of Highland Park. Cal last was seen playing near be Cabin about a mile from the Lake. Sheriff s deputies said tracks believed to be those of the missing boy had been located about three quarters of a Japan ships More Gold to i. S. Total High new York. Aug 9 ins an additional shipment of $5,800,000 wort ii of Gold w As Enro Ute to this country from Japan today according to the Federal Reserve Bank of new York. The shipment will bring the total Gold that Japan has shipped Here since March 8. 1937 to $352,800,000. Large purchases of War materials and other foreign i goods by Japan has made it net est sary to ship the Gold to this country i to support the yen. Mile from the Cabin but darkness prevented searchers from following them. Anxiety Over the Small boys safety mounted hourly As the temperature dropped in the mile High mountains. The terrain is rough with Many Sharp Cliffs which Tho boy might have stumbled Over. Officers said there Are Many rattlesnakes in the heavily thickened Hills. Keep your name before the Public list your and in the Arcadia Tribune professional and Busi n e s s directory e v Elf Dav. / it will pay you Well

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