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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - August 12, 1937, Arcadia, California Home edition tribunal twists Accident news a a baulk to school a Westward Horn in a an eleven car train jammed with tourists speeds northward past the wadded slopes of the Southern Oregon cascades one morning last week. Three pullmans and two dining cars scoot off the track jarring passengers. After the smoke of the first garbled accounts reporting several persons critically injured had cleared Aloin the air it was still front Page of cos that a Small train crack up to a occurred in which a few per Lons sustained minor bruises. Train accidents Are such rare events it would probably make news of the Engineer snagged his thumb on a passing Blackberry Bush. It Wasny to big news last week that Here in California on that very Day Over too persons were mowed Down by automobile accidents some of them to be crippled and maimed for life and others never to breathe again. Californians Drivers have a High Mark to shoot at before thay will be Able to wrest railroads of their admirable record for travel safety. Tile nation s railways could boast of a perfect record in 1934 with not a. Single passenger fatality. What had California to boast about regarding traffic safety when its tol1 of automobile fatalities in 1934 reached the staggering total of 2,80&Quot and the number of those injured was 45,153? a Jess a vivid contrast Marks the Fps lowing year. The railroads had bet a single tis a a anger fatality caused by a Freak Accident when a Heater exploded. But in California alone that year 2.806 met death by automobile accidents and 47,078 were injured. If Only the railroads Well seasoned caution and Wisdom bom of Long experience in traffic could by bred into California s automobile Drivers we might begin hoping for the Day when a bang up fender will make red hot front Page news animal sculpture exhibit luring Art lovers to l. A. Eight scouts 1000 horses in Day and night classic at fair order. Please done to let the children hear about it but there a a school in California where the three its Arentt Worth the Penny Pencil to write them Down the pupils can handle any Man twice their site Are Quick on the trigger and won t take Backtalk vet they hot Only go to school bul attend voluntarily to Boot. This sounds like of Etc tips new tender the California atm and it is. Tribis is the nations first Institute for police officers training at flan its three two weeks courses scores of californians policemen came to class six times weekly to hear professors recruited from the department of Justice the state Bureau of criminal identification and police departments. Whether Coli Fornola s finest stooped to Apple polishing the profs has not been revealed As yet. The great trek not since the Golden Days of the i920�?Ts has there been such a Westward trek of tourists into California. They re coming in droves by sea air rail and Highway. During the first six months of this year 488.077 automobiles entered California an increase of la per cent Over the same period Las year rail travel showed a 15 per cent boost in 1937 Over those same months last year. Travel by the sea lanes has broken All previous records and travel by the air lanes has outstripped All other Means of transportation As far continued on Pofe two a a . Santo a peacocks fighting Branna Hyatt Huntington a no of sixty nine worke in sculpture by mrs. Huntington on exhibition it the los Angelet museum exposition Park los Angeles during August. Sculpture work of famed Leader will attract throngs to Southland during month prom All Over Southern California exhibition. It lovers Are planning to make at from hulking elephants to the East one visit during August to the i Graceful Fawn. Bears to peacocks i greyhounds to horses mrs. Angeles museum in exposition j has a a sponlaneou5 Ark where the sculpture of Anna. Interest and Delight in her por Hyatt Huntington will be on exhibit j trayal of animal life As Well As alien her creations have won awards j ways having in mind a four Dimen Ovir the world and she has re a a onal viewpoint for All of her work til lived medals and citations from a1 most every civilized nation. This exhibition is one for nature study As Well As of Art and is of mrs. Huntington daughter of Al special interest because of the fact that los Angeles has so few exhibitions devoted exclusively to sculpture. Arcadians thanked for using welfare federation Coil Pons with youths boys aided this year scout Council holds Hope of enabling More boys to enjoy Outing eight Arcadia boy scouts this Vepr earned their Way to Cherry Valley official Camp for the scouts of the Pasadena san Gabriel Valley territory it was disclosed this week in a report from Milton Lubet Kin member of the local committee boy scouts of America who was in Strumental in obtaining work the boys. When a person pledges Aid to the Arcadia welfare federation operating the Community fund they Are Given coupons Good for working hours and it was through the use of these coupons that the in j a youths were Able to find employment and earn their Way to the magic Isle. On behalf of the Arcadia District boy scout committee Lubetkin wishes to thank the following contributors to the Arcadia welfare federation who used their Thrift shop work coupons to give work to eight Arcadia boy scouts so that these boys could earn their Way to Cherry Valley scout Camp or. E. Baliff or. Bass r. N. Dickinson n. Fiske j. Griffitts c \. Hassan or. We. Heidenreich. E. Hoffeditz or. I. N. Kendall e. R. Kingston a. P. King w. G. Lewis h. Marshall Al Muller a. Nelson h. Nesbitt j. E. Roecher Robert Sheehan. Southern California e. E. Westerhouse. Lubetkin was successful in Edison company a. Walton continued on Page two in Ellis .0. Building by director of procurement in note to Mcadoo reveals status of project work placed on listing next Federal building Calendar depends on funds obtainable report to the Arcadia trib a letter sent from Phenus Wyatt noted palaeontologists was married to Archer m. Huntingdon of the famous Huntington Railroad family on March to 1923. Her awards include honorable mention Paris Salon 1910 Silver medal san Francisco exposition 1915 purple Rosette French government 1915 Gold medal plastic Chub 1916 Rodin Gold medal Phil Idelphia 1917 Saltus medal a ional Academy of design 1920, 1922 Julia Shaw memorial prize �?T928 medal of distinction Amer ism Academy of arts and letters 932 certificate of Honor for a Tel lid san Diego calif., 1933 George d. Widener memorial medal. Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine arts 1937. Sixty nine of her works of Art re seen at the los Angeles museum w my Jim Rax. A the newspapers said that All of Europe is praying for peace. Anc that would make a Good impression a on me except that i remember years ago in Michigan the far Mer needed rain needed rain badly. And Sui iday came. Hot scorch in hot and dry As tinder. The Little Church at Brighton was filler with anxious Farmers and their families. And they and i remember the minister telling them that they better put their hearts into their prayers. They better have Faith and believe that god would answer their prayers for rain. And Pointin his Finger at Dolph Wittenaur he says a Adolph you know you be Here unless you was Esprit and you re probably setting there doubting we get any rain a a and Dolph almost hollered. A i am not a and the minister says a than Why did t you fetch an umbrella to git Home with a yours. Jim. Sunset features copyright 1937 Jim Carroll prayed for rain. Among Lier dest known creations Are Lions erected at Dayton Ohio new York City Newport news a. A Joan of arc blots France new York City Gloucester mass., san Francisco Wall figure of Joan of Art at Cathedral of St John the divine a Tel Cid a Seville Spain. Buenos Aires Argentina new York City san Diego and san Francisco. Calif. A Diana a new Orleans Austin Texas Cambridge mass., Brook Green. S. C., san Diego calif., Blois France a a youth a Brookgreen s. Flagpoles new York City represented by Small bronzes in the metropolitan Carnegie Cleveland san Francisco san Diego Luxembourg and Edinburgh museums. Japanese siege guns blast troops of China out of Hankow As undeclared War launched of an d fhe 575,000 visitor to Tho exposition attended the once so racing every is Quot Nihon the during Tho 17 Days of Tho fair. Purses aggregating 80,000 make Tho meet Tho richest on Tho Western fairs circuit famed paintings decorate Walls of Arcade Here i a i Vav in United press news flashes Black nominated Washington aug. 12 up a pres. Roosevelt today sent to the Senate the nomination of sen. Hugo l. Black d ala., to fill the supreme court vacancy created by retirement of associate Justice Willi Vandevanter. Senator Hyram Johnson of California blocked a move to vote immediately on the nomination Al Hough Senate procedure in the past has been to confirm without oppose Ion the appointment of anyone o to members to office. The nomination was referred to a sub committee of the judiciary committee. Gala exhibitions scheduled to be shown at Pomona during classic fete with an unprecedented Early de nand for space there is every indication of the combined los Angeles. Riverside and Orange county fair in Pomona sept. 17 to oct. 3 will be greater than Ever before according o e. Middleton assistant Man j Iger of the big agricultural and in lust rial exposition. Practically eve j state and several foreign coun j be represented in some in air Aire. The made Petersen place at popular eating spot in. City edit toned by Deico frigid by by f. M. Fisher i Altril Tri staff cnf00nd�nt copyright 19.17 by United pro japanese army Field head quarters Southwest of Lankow aug. 12 up a japanese lege guns blasted chinese troops but of Hankow today in the first Ormal big scale Battle of an unde Jared War. As the chinese retreated to a Yew line of defense outside the City japanese infantry and cavalry scouts advanced cautiously and asks lined up to Lead a Parade into he City. This Battle wa.-, Southeast of Nan japanese outpost three Miles due East of Hankow i found a battalion of japanese infantrymen. They were i lying sound asleep in the Fields. I chatted with the battalion commander who. Explaining the absence of fighting so far. Said blandly Quot we let the chinese always fire first. Then we were forced to return the fire in self ten minutes later walking Back toward Field Headquarters i walked past the yawning throats of two batteries of five Inch howitzers siege guns sticking up into the summer sky. Sweating gun Crews began to grease the High explosive shells of and 25 Miles Northwest of j they popped one into the first gun. Piping. It was a one sided affair j there was a nodded order from the the japanese opened with their big Battery commander. A gun mrs. Great shells crashed into strategically important parts of the Lankow area. In 2 a hours i spent listening there was no re Fly. A secondary Battle developed. This be was around the Beautiful historic Ming tombs eight Miles Northeast of Hankow. It was an infantry engagement skirmishing principally and the outcome As i write has not Leen determined. The army of the Central chinese government. Engaged for the first me against the japanese had a Ira we their lines for the Battle of Hankow Southeast and South of the try. Before Dawn they began withdrawing to better Post sit ions even before the japanese opened fire. This permitted the japanese to Advance their own Linas for some three Miles during the morning. Reaching a japanese outpost three Miles during the morning. Reaching a a gun Crew Man pulled the lanyard. The sound of the explosion in Hankow echoed from the mountains. Nine 5-Inch howitzers in All. Began the bombardment and a Battery of 3-Inch Field guns joined in they pounded the Hankow Mountain pass the City two Large villages beside it and the Corn Fields around for 2�?Tn hours. Then two a arge fires were seen in the City. Japanese officers believed they were from the Railroad Sheds and work shops which were among the principal targets. Chiefly the bombardment was directed against the Southern end of Hankow pass which commands the country to the North and West and the Foothills to the East where the japanese staff believed the main body of the chinese army to be formed Hankow City and pass formed a con Uund on Page 2 Hall replaced Washington aug. 12 up a pres. Roosevelt sent to the Senate the names of Frank j. Hennessy san Francisco to be u. S. Attorney a or the Northern District of California and Benjamin Harrison san Bernardino to be in s. Attorney for the Southern District of the state. Hennessy would replace j. J. My Pike and Harrison would take the position now occupied by Pearson m. Hall. Meanwhile in los Angeles Pear on m. Hall u. S. Attorney for California Southern District when notified he had been supplanted in his position issued a statement literally attacking sen. William Gibbs Mcadoo whom he said ousted him from office because he would not be ruled by the senators Law partner col. William Neblett. Novelist Dies Paris aug. 12 up a Edith Horton american novelist died today near Here. She gained immediate recognition with her first serious Noval a the House of mirth a a in 1905. She was born Edith Newbold Jones daughter of a wealthy new York family in 1862. Bodies recovered new York. Aug. 12 up a police today dug Nineteen bodies from the wreckage of a six family dwell in Staten Island which col ing in last nights torrential lapsed Rains. Two More bodies Arr believed buried in the ruins. The dwelling located in the poorest District of new York collapsed and trapped its occupants Are flood Waters Down the Street in ties will Nanner. Already ten California counties j Lave reserved locations for Elanor j Ite feature displays which will vie j Vith one another in artistry color my originality. The list includes Jos Angeles san Bernardino Riv Tsi de Humboldt san Diego veil i Ura san Joaquin Orange Ala Neda and Santa Barbara. The Fol owing communities have also in Rcd the feature Section through heir respective Chambers of com Nerce Pasadena Escondido. Glen Lora Covina. Ontario san Gabriel a Verne and Reseda. Other special displays will include Hose from California fruit growers Exchange National livestock and Jeat Board. United states forestry service United states soil Corner i cation service China Walnut grow j a is Cal Avo association Armstrong nurseries Citrus department to i Nona farm Center Chino farm i Tenter California department of i agriculture american fruit and reduce company san Bernardino i Riverside and Orange county Grange. Honey producers of Southern California Are also planning an extensive display. In the Citrus division colourful rack displays so popular with the Public will be placed by la Verne Orange my Lemon association san Dimas j fruit Exchange Pomona fruit i growers Exchange Upland Cham i Der of Commerce and College Heights Citrus association. There j vill also be extensive displays of i deciduous fruits. One of the most extensive show nos of rare and unusual Gables. And grains Ever attempt d in Southern California will be found this year in the Section Given Over to Pute displays. This promises to be one of the most interesting Points in the entire fair. Many entries have also been received for the wine show which proved so successful following its inauguration last fall. Twenty six varieties of California wines Are list d for Competition. Keeping Pace with the flood of entries in the agricultural and horticultural department Are those in the Livest cd household arts Junior Lair Small Stock Dairy school arts and All other departments the huge exposition. T w o magnificent murals painted by Demarco noted Holly word artist have been added to the Beauty of Laflamme Sar i latest in air conditioning new Cade leading from the Alley Way r Between Alta and Huntington to the latter thoroughfare and including office rooms and suites it was announced this week. On one Wall end of the archway of the Arcade Demarco has painted a mural called a twentieth Century Progress Quot showing indians gaping in wonder at a Stream lined train. The other mural is a View of the Beautiful Santa Barbara Mission. The Arcade is proving popular to Arcadia shoppers according to _ a May be parked the temperature from to to 20 a forwarded line a copy the department of procurement to senator Wiliam Gibbs Mcadoo revealed interesting and educational data concerning the construction of a new Federal building in the City of Arcadia. According to the attached note i sent Here by Vera Ward Secretary i to sen. Mcadoo the letter from the procurement division to the Sena l0v< was in reference to a message i sent to Mcadoo from f w. Miller relative to having a Post office i building constructed in the Queen i City. I in part the letter stated. A this project is on the list from which selections will be made by building programs As Congress the Treasury Post office committee in formulating Public building programs Gress provides funds therefor number of projects that can be included in the next program will be determined by the amount of the funds provided and those in any one state will be limited by the provision usually contained in such legislation that the work shall be equitably distributed throughout the country. The letter went on to say that he correspondence a Millers let Wili be filed with the data future As con the Ter buildings in regard to California and senator Mcadoo was assured hat the needs of Arcadia will receive the most careful attention when projects in its class Are in was the proud statement Early this week by Otto p owner manager of the Pines Coffee shop in the drive in i Der consideration. Market on Huntington drive As the i the City Council recently a by latest in air Cooling devices was Resolution a went on record As installed into the popular eating urging consideration of a new fed rendezvous. The Delco Frigidaire which keeps Laflamme. Cars in the area South of the Arcade while the Patron May use the a a shortcuts a to the Huntington drive business zone. Do 10 ii building in this Community. Scores 0� residents plan to be present for iowans affair saturday scores of arcadians Are making1 plans to attend the reunion picnic slated for the Iowa association of j Southern California at Bixby Park. Long Beach on saturday August 14th. It was Learned today. Headquarters will be opened of the 99 counties and for All colleges and universities where friends May meet hundreds of thousands of reunions will take Coffee will i crees cooler than the sidewalk leading is a product of the general i motors and was installed under the a supervision of the general motors 1 sales corporation in los Angeles for the Pines. I the installation of the air Cooling system Marks another Forward step i taken by Petersen in bringing to a arcadians one of the finest most up to Date catering spots in the Southland. Established in the Queen City for the past eight years it was recalled this week that Petersen opened the Pines Coffee shop in 1929 with ten stools at the counter and four Booths. One of the first business houses in the Community to boast of a Neon sign the Pines has grown steadily to take a place among the finer eating places in Southern California. Petersen a Coffee shop never closes its doors some time ago adopting a 24-hour service policy with an average of 26 workers employed the year around giving the Pines one of tile largest payrolls in the City. In addition to the Cooling system. Petersen announces the recent decorating of the Pines cot fee two typewriters stolen from school Are recovered two typewriters a one a practically new Remington noiseless a stolen from the offices of the first Avenue school several weeks ago Oday were returned to their proper places on the desks in the admin 1st ration sector of the institution. The machines were recovered by the Arcadia police department in los Angeles the exact location not available at press time As the Complete report had not been filed by investigator vie Torrance. Place in this Way. Hot be served and silk souvenir badge inside and out supplied. The members of the Gold-1 in wedding club 500 couples will no t a have their dinner ice Cream Coffee i pastor discloses sunday topics and program together. P0r Sermon themes there will be music by Mayo Wil a double Quartetti from the Pasa presbyterian Church choir hams Iowa band and a splendid pro. Continued on Page 2 important meeting of town Send ites billed Here an important session of Dia Townsend club is i for this evening in the of the City Hall decor e Arcata aimed auditorium noun emn l Marks Rev. A gathering will bring to be give every in Send unit out of to ing the a Mark town made by Din pre an t j. Dena under Johns Gan will bring the Congre the Arcadia Community Church on sunday morning a Misisti got music it was announced this week by or. N. Milo Fiske. Pastor. The pastor will speak theme Quot can experience a Trad Mark Register w. P. A. Crowds will invade Washington but just who paid for the trip they done to declare maybe they subsist on air. China starts a Long vacation at a u. S. Filling station. Buying Gas which fills twelve tankers British played the part of Bankers. Are our soldiers and marines he leadership of Harold w of Arcadia Ai the p p0 Quot s rationed on the chinese Acone. There to boost some British show. Congressman Tinkham wants to know. A the stains reporting their at the la of clock Ball wined profit it a 8 a it is finding Mort own club Mem i Arcadia unit be revealed. The do id club r of at All time radians Are i tend. And All in cordially ii my i town and More attending the in or it pen Ted aril to at i of by morning service. The 7 30 o clock evening hour. Johns will again have charge with a Quartetti to numbers. Or Fiske s chemists architects technicians. Engineers Lake their position with the seamstresses and cook.-. On the Lewis Union books. In Usi a Aerial he evening christians sen win e will mean Landon now chickens and will Likely raise with the new Deal two for every voter flus pit Ying he Bicker j he s got pot do yet Cadis a u win dint a Good Church in Fiske asked this week the program. Quot your promote it but Abrin treatment w kill it. And Tarve your soul. Lets get together presence a Ober Wager. Magistrate o Jotham would eradicate All the pooches he can seize new York s running out of Trees. R m. Ott

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