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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 10, 1937, Arcadia, California Home edition tribunal twists give thanks the Goose step $ i Prince charming a the problem of what to do with Mary and Billy Durlik vacations says a noted publication Doc have its harrowing moments Blit its simple compared to the desperate plight of the poverty stricken kids of new Yorkus East Side who want to play and have nowhere to to except to the scorching paving Stone. A few Days ago 10-year-old a it a Raine Cal car and her chum 9-Ymar-old Marilyn Murphy children of it the tenements found a grand a life to escape the heat and traffic of the streets a the tenement roof. Then they decided to play on the roof of the tenement next to theirs. There was Only to inches separating the buildings and besides there was a netting Between them. But the netting was Rusty wire and paper. The Little girls plunged five stories Down the Shaft. A Young Interne lowered into the Shaft picked up the lifeless body of Lorraine. The crumpled still conscious form that was Marilyn was wedged too tightly to move. A a you re a Brave Little girl a said the Interne to Marilyn giving her a sedative. A a in a not going to cry a she whispered. A i want my later a squad of policemen battered an opening through a Brick Wall to Rescue the Stout hearted Waif. When the Bluecoat picked her up enough strength lived in the broken body of Marilyn for her to murmur a soft Quot thank you Quot to her rescuers before life flickered from her Pale smiling lips forever. We applaud the Stalwart courage and sweetness that lived in that Little girl but we in the far West Southern California. The san Gabriel Valley should give thanks As Well that we need not fear Stark tragedies of the tenements under the open skies with our Parks play Fields and innumerable recreational areas. He 7itfru, devote d to a 1 asperity loft arc Adia vol. Vii., no. 187 Arcadia California tuesday Augustio l 37 single Opy Feather River Highway to open Protection 0 beauties of the Feather River country and the 1939 Golden Gate International exposition Are inviting californians to attend the opening of the spectacular new Feather River Highway on August 14. Caravans from Oroville and Reno will join in celebrating completion of tile Jacw year round Highway and there la be a gala banquet at Oroville Friday night. The girls Are left to right Barbara Ashworth Gloria Lefner and Afton Bernard. New school Book Germany a millions of school children submit this fall to a new prefabricated account of world history Cut trimmed and tailored to the nazi specifications contained in a just published teachers handbook. Pre do posted chunks of nazi fied history w t m inform Germany s youngsters of such new a a truths As that the jews ruined Egypt turned Palestine the land of milk and Honey into a desert waste and overthrew the roman Empire. That history is made of events that have already happened is no obstacle to the leaders of new Germany. If-t4iey say events did no to happen the Way an enlightened world believes they did woe betide the Bumpious teacher or Pupil who dares to think differently. Unless of course this said Bumpious person has such an Over developed curiosity he wants to find out How it feels when the silk hatted White gloved executioner administers the Cool shining Blade of a steel axe across his neck. In a Goose stepping totalitarian state its a silly Goose that Steps out of line with a cocky ruffle of his leathers and some show of Independent spirit. He is As Good As dead and so Are his companions if they dare so much As to Grieve for the to of their Brave but Foolhardy Friend. A to May toes or a to Mah toes its still Tomato week cups still Here downstairs in the vault of a jeweler in new Yorkus fifth Avenue you will find a Plain looking Pitcher that you might consider a poor bar continued on Page two Jim Rax a a a if you was to hike up Boquet Canyon far enough you a Corno to where a tree started to fall across the Creek. It Only go about half Way Down when it caught in the Friendly Fork of t neighbor tree and seeing that half fallen tree you a never guess that its the California office of or. L. W. Jim Jeffries. Right or in the Fork of that tree sets Jeff All. And that where he Bangs out his weekly column called and alongside the Creek is his Shack and roaming around close by you la find his Burro and his dog. The Burro is called Pheebee the dog is Geebee and that a the whole family. Pheebee of Cine and Jeff. And i says to Jeff i says Quot Jeff you ought to come Down into town once in a while so t you can see what important things is and Jeff says. Listen in about three More weeks Pheebee will be a Mother. What a More important than that?1 he had me stumped there. Yours. Jim Sunset features copyright. 1937 Jim Carroll typewriter and a difference of opinion Quot makes the whole world Chin a but whether you Are Tho common Garden variety of human that say to May toes or the ritzy class that says a to Mah toes a you la get tomatoes when you till for them during Tomato week August 12 to 19. Star insists its a to May toes Quot but Erie Blore r featured player has been an upper crust Butler so Many times he can i say anything but both were getting rather belligerent when someone got them to Compromise and Call tomatoes a love apples. A buy tomatoes Are watch words As special week observed by Southern California growers carelessness of smokers hit by forester Turner in latest Appeal will guard watersheds pubic cooperation sought by officials in protecting valuable property careless smokers again head the list As the chief cause of fires in los Angeles county a watershed areas including those above Arcadia. During the fiscal year just closed 142 of the 592 fires occurring in watershed areas were blamed on persons who were careless about i where they tossed lighted cigarettes and cigars according to a report from Spence d. Turner county forester and fire Warden. Carelessness with matches was blamed for 46 fires Auto trucks and tractors for 75, careless Brush burning for 95, Camp fires for 12 and trash burning for 22, the report discloses. A your watershed fire problem. Which has been increasing in seriousness in recent years because of the increasing numbers of people who go into our mountains for relaxation and sport can be minimized Only by the Public cooperation Quot Turner declared. Quot people must realize How inflammable our Mountain vegetation is in summer and be More careful with the report shows that 3495 acres of watershed land burned Over last year causing a loss of $657,460. Hunters warned by Turner an Appeal to Hunters and others to be careful about shooting Down High tension electric Tihes in watershed districts has come from Spence i d. Turner county forester and fire Warden who pointed out the serious fire Hazard which this involves. A numerous High powered lines have been shot Down either accidentally by Hunters or purposely by others who evidently pick the \ lines As Good target for their marksmanship a a Turner declared. Quot experience has shown that there is no easier Way to Start a fire in our parched Chaparral or Forest masons plan for gala ceremony at new Temple plans arc already being outlined for a gala ceremony which will Mark the laying of the cornered be Foi the new Arcadia May a Nic Temple now under construction on s. Santa Anita Avenue according to announcement made this week by Charles by Faulkner chairman of the Arcadia masonic Temple associate a inc. The ceremony has been set for saturday August 28, at 3 p. In. Faulkner stated As he revealed hat the program had been setback Frem the original tentative Date of the 14th inst. Two stories in height the Temple carries an estimated Cost of ?12,000.00. Ground breaking in an informal nature was held late last month. W. Parker Lyon ships Ace entry to Coalinga for big leaping classic owner is confident horned Toad has been training secretly at Pony express museum in City mix up in names of garlands corrected today word received Here this week from the David Barry and company of los Angeles who handled the Deal which swung Santa Anita a a Ista residential property tract it n e. Foothill Boulevard to the ownership of Grover t. Garland officially corrected an error in the Garland kinship which was quoted in the initial press release. According to David Barry get ver t. Garland is not the son of William May Garland of olympic games committee Fame but is the son of the William Garland Multi millionaire Railroad owner. Both families Are so prominent and tile names so similar that nine holes of Golf course to be playable by first of next year report Quot buy tomatoes a these will be watch words in thousands of grocery stores when organized groups in the eleven yest Ern states launch Tomato week from August 12 to 18, to Aid South Ern California and other Wester Tomato growers faced with a Large surplus of canned tomatoes on the eve of this years bumper crop growers obtained cooperation of members of he Western states Chain grocers association in an aggressive Campaign to push these in of tomatoes. As a result Consumers Are offered prices that represent a distinct saving. Stores in the drive have designed special advertising and merchandising plans to Point out the value of tomatoes As a food and of Tomato juice As a Means of keeping Down the Waistline. According to Charles von Der Abe of los Angeles Secretary of continued on Page two japanese Navy chieftains threaten direct punitive action against China As result of slayings in i nit re in Rich demands resisted Shanghai aug. Ion chinese tonight reinforced their regiments defending the Ai drome Railroad stations and Industrial areas of the native City and prepared to resist Paranesi demands that they immediately punish soldiers who killed a japanese naval officer and a Seaman late yesterday. Tokyo. Aug. Ion japanese Navy chieftains threatened direct punitive action against China today As i result of the killing of two japanese Navy men at Shanghai. Leading Navy officers ignoring a he government at Large conferred for hours on the Shanghai situation viewing reports of the fight in which a Navy officer and a Seaman were killed by chinese militarized police. Vice Admiral Mitsumasa v Nai minister of Marine presided at the conference. The officers decided that the Navy would take direct punitive action against the chinese if they persist l Nill ii in Rihs cd in a Quot provocative Quot attitude toward Japan. For the present it was decided the Navy will maintain a strict though prudent course As part of which it will do everything it thinks necessary to protect japanese residents at Shanghai. 1 the Navy s threat followed by on Day a threat by . Hajime Sugiyama War minister to resort to real Force unless China submitted herself to Japan. The Navy taking direct action. 1 precipitated the bloody Shanghai i Quot War Quot of 1932. When the heroic resistance of the chinese 19th route army won the world s admiration. Now As in 1932. The Navy is in it charge at Shanghai while the army rules in the North both acting As j they desire. The Navy a position has j been strengthened by withdrawal j of japanese civilians at Hankow and Ether up River cities whose lives might be endangered in aria clash j of forces. It took Only three Days after the evacuation of Hankow to provide an Quot incident on which the Navy might act if it wished. T. A Mem Mai Vav a United press news flashes a a wow vow awl four die in crash Daytona Beach fla., aug. To up a four men were killed and five seriously injured when a 14-passenger Douglas Airliner of the Eastern airlines struck a newly constructed Power line As the plane was taking off and crashed 50 feet to Earth. The dead As announced by Eastern airlines were j. Trima Mexico City j. M. Philpot Kingston Jamaica flight Captain George Dietz Washington and Pilot Robert e. Reed Miami. Declines invite Washington aug. To up a the White House announced today that pres. Roosevelt will not attend the democratic a Harmony dinner tonight in Honor of majority Leader Alvin w. Barkley. The White House said that instead of attending the dinner which is sponsored by democratic members of the Senate the president will Send a message to Barkley to he read by vice president John n. Gainer who will preside. Sex officer arrested los Angeles aug. To i p a a i Mer employee of the state motor i Hiele division Bruce e. Perrin was under arrest today in connection with police investigation of a state wide automobile theft ring. Perrin was booked at the county jail in a charge of suspicion of tee Ling an automobile. Two other suspects were arrested recently. Stores Glose Down j Sanfrancisco aug. To up a the f. W. Woolworth and Newberry five and ten cent Steres were closed today As 400 employees went out on strike in an attempt to enforce the closed shop. Fifteen stores were affected by the strike and pickets paraded be-1 fore each of them. Hoping to have nine holes of the curse ready for play by the first of next year the work on the conversion of the old balloon school acreage at Ross Field into a regional recreational Center is now being concentrated on the Southern sector of the Park where the sporty 18-Hole links will be located it was announced this week by w. A. Bill Treadwell Engineer in charge of All construction on the playgrounds Here. The course on the county Park patterned after some of the greatest holes in golfing history will rank As one of the spor Tiest and finest on the Pacific coast experts agree. The moneys gained from the Green fees of the course Are expect j a to Bear the Brunt of the Upkeep of the entire Park. Meanwhile Federal funds and i materials from the u. S. Government j and the sponsors a los Angeles i county Are being awaited to con i Tine with the work on the Bath j House which will enable the swim j Ming Pool completed in All other details to be opened Here. It has been pointed out however that the Pool will not be available for use this summer. The two major units receiving the most play at the present time on the playgrounds Are the Tennis courts and the Bowling greens. The latter it has been discovered by the Santa Anita Bowling Green club Are in need of a heavier and adequate rolling device to keep the rinks in tip top shape at All times. A Crew of men last week were noticed giving the Ball Diamond in the Northwest Corner of the Field a Good massaging with the roller indicating that the Classy Field will soon be ready for steady play. Only one game has been played on the Diamond this contest taking place on the formal opening Day when the local High school opposed Excelsior High school in a san Gabriel Valley league encounter. Arcadia is to be represented in j the fifth annual horned Toad Derby which will be staged saturday at Coalinga California Home i of this unique event which each a Yea gains National attention. W. Parker Lyon head of the Pony express museum Here is the owner i of the local horned Toad which he i has entered in the leaping contest i Lyons Toad bears the name of Quot Pony express a and according to Lyon. Has the championship All sewed up in his Strong Hind legs. In his letter of Entrance. Lyon arks leu Thompson chairman of the Derby to a take Good care of a Pony express and ship him Back immediately after the event with the Gold the relic collector also gave permission to the Coalinga officials to Handicap his Toad if it was seen fit to do so. Lyon stated this week that Quot Pony express has been training secretly at the museum and has displayed such rare ability to leap to and fro that the museum Mogul decided to enter him in the championship event. A a in a very confident of Pony express in this Lyon declared. Quot i tested him against a Cannon Ball recently but feared injury when the Toad was struck in the Withers by i the shot during the first they Are often explained. Confused. Barry testimony in Dyer trial not to get underway before tomorrow afternoon ii exhibit Oil water color paintings to be displayed during l. A. County fair session Dionne quintuplets recovering from head colds report Callender out. Aug. To up a the Dionne quintuplets have about recovered from their and will be allowed to play outside again tomorrow according to their physician or. Allen Roy Dafoe. Emilie has practically recovered from hers but the others Are still sniffling. Arcadia youth brings message to Southern club rotarians of san Juan Capistrano last week heard a resume of West Point routine and life Given by Harold Frost of Arcadia who has just completed two years of hts four year term at the Academy. Young Frost was introduced by g. J. Hamilton a former Arcadia resident. During his summer leave Frost is serving As an instructor for a California military institutes sum i Mer Camp at big Bear. Officers graduated for elks a set up evening mock graduation exercises were staged last night by the Monrovia Arcadia elks Lodge when the com a Piete set of officers moved up a notch during the Observance of a step up Quot night. Don c. Slater served As exalted ruler in the place of Hayes Keiser. Attention of artists and Art lovers throughout the country will be focused on los Angeles county fair at Pomona this fall when 185 Oil and water color paintings by the Best known contemporary american painters will be on View to inaugurate a Beautiful new Fine arts building on sept. 17, the opening Day of the exposition. It will be the first time that an exhibition of this nature has Ever been held in Southern California. The display will be known As the Theodore b. Modra memorial exhibit in Honor of the first director of the Art department at the fair who attained his ambition to make this one of the Foremost Art exhibits in the West. Arranged by Millard sheets director of the Fine arts division the exhibit is invitational and non competitive. Letters were dispatched to leading artists throughout the nation and the immediate and enthusiastic response has according to or. Sheets assured the eminent Success of the event. In addition to the letters or. Sheets during trip. East made personal Calls on Many of the prospective entrants Sculp. Curfie record Ture will also be on exhibition and i this likewise will be entered by invitation. Many of the pictures to be brought Here have received first awards in Paris Berlin and other european capitals As Well As in new York City. Baltimore and other Art centers of this country. The new building designed by Claude Beelman architect has a Large Entrance Hall galleries of oils water colors and prints and a special gallery for the crafts. It it i Nitro los Angeles. Aug. Ion selection of a jury to try Albert Ducr for he strangling and ravishing of three Little Inglewood girls dragged on so slowly today that Start of testimony was not expected before tomorrow afternoon. The scrawny Little school crossing guard broke his glum impassive Ness Only once with a smile. That was when Deputy Public defender Elery cuff excused one woman prospective juror for another wife of a Nail Carrier. Then he twisted in his chair to look Over the crowded courtroom and said Quot see someone is taking care of me a the defense indicated More Point Day that dyers repudiated Confes in will be attacked on grounds hat his Low mentality makes his statements worthless. Jurors were sked by the defense if they would recept the confession Quot at its True Deputy District attorney William 5. Simpson hammered away with i he question Quot did Albert Dyer kill those three j ittle girls that is the one and Only Ssue before bodies of Madeline and Melba Everett and Jeanette Stephens were found in the Baldwin Hills june 26. Dyer who knew them As the guard it the school crossing had been an enthusiastic posse Man in the search Tor them. He reportedly has confessed and then repudiated his words three times. Willie fib Diagonal parking expected to be recognized on completion of work new stripes ordered underground construction f of Pany due to launch resurfacing soon Diagonal parking loomed this week As the rules not the exception a for the Huntington drive business District according to reports from the City Hall. The parking switch to Diagonal from parallel was made possible for cities such As Arcadia having a state Highway As the main business Stem through the passage of the so called Dilworth Bill which is believed to go into effect sometime this month. In the Dilwith Bill City councils of cities of the sixth class were vested with the Power to order Diagonal parking on state highways which make up the principal business Street providing the Street is of certain Width and does not have Streetcar tracks in the Center. Huntington drive meets All requirements As outlined by the Dilworth Bill. The actual switch to Diagonal parking a move sought for by merchants Here is not expected to take effect until the completion of the resurfacing of Huntington drive from Santa Anita to second avenues by the underground construction company successful bidders for this project which will be financed by funds allotted to Arcadia through the state gasoline tax. According to the schedule As mapped out by the underground construction company whose Low bid was approved by the state Highway division in Sacramento the resurfacing work is programmed to be launched either the latter part of this week or Early next Wek. Sets beco 3 Don Erickson blazes Way to 67 in opening round of links play Don Erickson graduate of the local High school and a former caretaker for the old Sand Greene Ross Field links yesterday in san Francisco paced the nations finest Quot Busi Ness men golfers in the first qualifying round of the National Public links championship when he carved out a five under Par 67, a new unemployed waitress attempts suicide stomach pumped reportedly despondent Over the actions of her Foster parents Charles and Jeanette Johnson of Brooklyn. N. Y a Irene Johnson unemployed los Angeles waitress late last night while at the Home of friends in Monrovia attempted to commit suicide by swallowing a Large dose of iodine it was revealed today on police reports. Running from the Home of c. Woods 848 w. Olive. Monrovia. Miss Johnson 21, ran Down the Street the report disclosed hailing Harlin Hoyt of 820 Olive Monrovia with a scream that she had taken Poison and wanted a doctor. Hoyt rushed the Young lady to the local police station and asked for or. I. N. Kendall. The latter pumped miss Johnson s stomach of its Poison sending the girl Back to Monrovia in a weakened condition. Legionnaires adopt resolutions at conclave Stockton aug. To up a members of the american legion meeting Here for the state department convention today directed their attention to the selection of officers after a session of Parade and Drill team exhibition which found Southern California posts j taking the major honors. Two resolutions were adopted one favored a Strong Campaign against communism and the other pledged support to the drive against j social diseases. The husky youth now living in Alhambra was hot with the Putter yesterday having to one putt greens and Chipping in from 25 feet off the Green on the 16th Hole he canned a 30-footer on the 18th to Climax the greatest round Ever played on the Harding Park course in the Bay j for City. Erickson was out in 34 and i Back in 33. While at the Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High school Erickson better known As a swede Quot played football and baseball turning to Golf seriously after he left Arcadia. In third place after the first qualifying round is Pat Abbott film extra from Altadena defending Champion. With a 33-37�?70 the title is decided by match play among the Low qualifiers. Erickson reached the Semi finals in 1933 and the Quarter finals in 1935 and 1936. Trad Mark registered a Canadian judge decides men can Tan their spouses hides under English common Law sit Down strike would checkmate a. Alfred Sloan makes cars and trucks Days pays fifteen Hundred Buck hence the average boys ambition a Motorman a position Landon Hoo vhf planned to make peace and gathering pieces and to i crocks that cracked in �?T36 Teddy. Orin l a. Said he was prepared to p Cash for manuscripts to Learned head have to owl powwow my int tis Phil Adelphi a of r e v r it e n d Hart gave the Moth a a and new founded moved by potent i anti Mothball Church Sodell Art read h agreement Washington. Aug. To it a Senate House conferees today reached agreement on the four Point lower court procedure Hill. The Bill Earl ies no reference to tile supreme court. Philadelphia i Copp Bays that Santa i there s no Stork o no this Copp a u reverend a Flop East r Bunnia t in the funnies it m Ort
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