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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - December 1, 1937, Arcadia, California One of Eric it Vetr a Foj to Vukcev Gay Jeon Ftp i to amp , fat Voitz French composer \wrin61h6 Vust a i. A a Ftfe of Lff a Fulz by to cum Rock Fah River mess., amp adj a amp j Tai Ope m in Pai by a i Bruhl Yoo yer breakfast a of. Go info actions in a Day or j so r an a boo i i Ime too r Ica sick of this Here pm de out your statue a / yes Almos of. A \ Tor the Lucky a Lucky Lucky pm to of ii cd a t. Won r j3t� i or kit How up s3 Vav jew Matt film who is t h it r my5 try Man let i it Kyj i Nihi f nth a irn Dlf a a h t i too All ii nit in r there s emf Laboratory mope for miss fill of Sake. I can find some thing to at will help of. Jerry. I Bei i eve Doi i ars in mis accounts a motive Fop killing _. Bell mis Boss. I Mas interested i mus in your Case and is working on it it s Lucky Twat the Coroner kept the Bullet that willed Bellut Mav is Thi connecting link that we i i i Twer prove or disprove j Larry Fields guilt. For two Arcadia Dait y Tribune Decem fir i Arcadia Tribune Jan incl i n of it j n t w $ a pc a a published daily except saturday sunday and holidays at 104 n. First Avenue Arcadia California Arcadia publishing company a. Harold noon president and publisher entered a second class matter March 14, 1930. At the Post office at Arcadia California under the act y. Of March 3. 1879. The Tribune was designated As a newspaper of general circulation by dem it court on the 8th rim of Mav 1931. Member a it handier of Enmen e it i it ii business men s x a ii far n Iii newspaper publishers association i it is ent i nationally by Flag la in Hau. Co. . San franc to i of Angeles. Scat in. Chis ago. New Oik Boston. Copies of the Dai y Tribune and full about Ai Cadis and surrounding markets nun be obtain d Nom Aux of these of times. Subscription Prier single copy in 10c pct week 40c pet month phone 3131 for All department.-. Advertising rates on application eyes for the living a and the Blind shall be made to see. To runs the ancient prophecy but few of us have dared to be so rash As to believe it referred to the physical Eye. It was easier to interpret it in a philosophical but not a realistic sense. Yet scientists supposedly so sceptical a proving today that i he Blind can be made to see it s an ingenious technique Ltd lion , Brynien of the eyes of person1 having Good eve Nyht Al the tune of then death into the Eves of Tho e who Carmot see it improved particularly effective according to a repent recently made to the american College of surgeons upon those whose Eye have been injured or made Blind by disease. Despite All their Stern scepticism the scientist can really be considered an Optimist at heart. He laughs at obstacles re fuses to recognize the seemingly impossible and ii be gets a Good Hunch hell persist to the end of time to make it work or find out Why it won t. That a optimism it okapi thu to Ulock Pretl Benlev Teu Cotray on it or flite to up it Witt a slight pre<ssur�.,. _. Zzz Tong of Violeto wept once. Neeve Lomke it Lingle ounce of Murwon for perfume / a Date it is w of fhe pfc kit Sultana a / of Civ so Miles inf hip hear Blach cat Light Mississippi i. I Orff lives were 31yt More if Ftp in the tit fanic of footer. Or naught Yndo to tz-l-37 Sierra Madre news Lively meeting on water suit held by forum red Cross to hold disaster Institute gathering in time it it la and Frida v de 2 and 3 tin Auh a a a 11 it cd cios will i a i i a aet i rep Ted be. 1 n tit Ute in los Angeles Gottily. At i the chamber old Orn mrrtle build i Iii a. 1151 Butil Broadway the organization is inviting officials of i Federal. State county and City Rie a part mints to at tend tile mayors of All cities Iii the county Are especially invited and asked to bring any interested my i visuals. There will be a luncheon on thursday. Dec. 2. And tile after noon session will be especially in the Restig to Tho a who believe in disaster preparedness. The Sierra Madre forum Berley Poore Sheehan Clu Urmann yield a meeting last night Winch packed the Assembly chamber of City Hall to overflowing. The occasion a an open gathering at Winch or Myers City manager had been a do i de to state his views on the City s water problems with particular re i Terence to Pasadena s a a Friendly before tile conclave was Over it was decided to hold a similar forum meeting it City Hall next tuesday evening. December 7, at 7 15 p. In when it is expected that a representative of Pasadena s interests i l be present to Lay that City a Rase before Sierra male residents j guests at the Home of or. And there will also be an expert from i s. Eugene Harpole and family the metropolitan water District 1156 Arcadia Avenue Are the lat Anu it is expected that a repro Scuta a cos parents. Or. And mrs. F. M. Live of los Angeles group caning it -1 Spencer and Niece miss Carol self the municipal research Bure in. 1 Paulson All of Fairchild wisc on relatives visiting at 11?\ rope Home a ill attend. This group i aul in represent Twenty five Jjck cent of he taxable property in Dos Angeles. Among the surprising statements which last evenings meeting brought Forth was one from or Myers which said that All that. In the water controversy were locked up in a Bank at Whittier not to be examined for two year there was some discussion As to in advisability of getting a court Ceder to examine the papers hut the matter did not come to a vote. Or. Myers said that no suit i by the one Pasadena is bringing against Sierra Madre has Ever been Quot horde in Southern California Legal history and that it May among other things Settle son vexed questions of riparian rights. He added that the Colorado a be duct was intended to serve a1 Ltd Southern California but that Only 13 cities had. So far joined the District. Tile speaker explained that metropolitan Waler District will Cost by 1940 a proximal v $36,000,-000 a year of which the Cost will fall on the cities whim have joined the metropolitan. Or. Myers added that the 1937 legislature modified the water act in several particulars. And that usage now hold in Law above riparian rights particulars of water replenishment and of flood control were explained and there acre of questions from the floor a ii plainly showed Hie interest who i. and growers of a a urn fru. Take in this Vita Quai ii of eater the Hope was expressed in Man in the audience that he experts who will speak next Tut Cia eve Ning will be Able to Lear up Man Points of water rights which Nill Mem obscure to the average Man and woman. .11 Tim Trio arrived monday morning and plan to remain for t he Winter. Enro Ute to California the visited with relatives in Montana Idaho and Seattle. Miss Paulson has enrolled at the Monrovia Arcadia Duarte High school. Enjoy vacation at Palm Springs is i i a explosion. The year 1865 was a tragic one Iii american his cry. While ii witnessed die close of the Chil War on april 26. The Mississippi River ran rampant hurling it Muddy Waters with devastating effect Over i cd levees spreading death and instruct Ion. I la rough ill tin lip lilt rive Side wheel a i. Hul Tarm Chut tied with Strait in boilers and a ran it of 2000 Union troops Lea ing the Vicksburg Campaign for i heir la Ane Iii the North floating debris and violent eddies hampered tile steamboats Progress As she chugged and puffed North of Memphis. Term., past desolate islands of clinging Earth Paradise Point. Happy Valley bar and other Small River towns watched the Sultana steam up the turbulent River into the night of april 26. Early in the morning it it april 27 the sultan.1 pushed h r Way 60 Miles North of Memphis a t to Point of land known to River men As Black cat Light. Hen the flood had swelled a to Man River Banks to overflowing inundating the Countryside for 25 Miles on either Side of the Channel. And while a few scattered refugees at Black cat watched the sultanas tubular boilers strained and gave Way under their intense Load. With a Roar and a blinding Flash ult River packet was blasted apart by the Exposi to screams of wounded and dying men announced the worlds greatest Marine Dan Duhn Ter. First tiding of what had happened reached the world at Daybreak when cries of the injured men floating Down River on bids of wreckage were heard from Maunt City. The River was clogged with 1.647 dead. More wounded. The Sultana drilled a while then Sank today it is covered by a Low Sand bar. Overgrown with Willows and Cottonwood a grim memorial to 1.647 met 1 fort Van a a ars 111 a no the a it ast i Ophe alar a so to the lax the memorable. Nike of h get atom i i 11 a or a titanic r. A a of a us let a i to 122 the nos i ii Atlanta a he world is sea Cli a a. Taking 1.53 lives still did not reach the terrible toll of tile suit to Nav a sinking. 561 Miles upriver from the Gulf it f Mexico. Mrs. Gordon a Kitchen is an appetizing place these Days. And her Chicken dinners Are attracting a great Many Sierra Madre in the location at 3460 East foothill Boulevard makes Kab a Hen an Ideal stopping place for inc on i and in ire Par a. A availing 11cm.selves of tin Opportunity to Slop for dinner the local 111 a a 111 club held its 1 Adular meeting and luncheon Al Nom t alg v. A i the worn m s a bib House \ round ibo a ii ens an took place at the conclusion of lunch and plans were made for attending the District meeting at the hotel Huntington Pasadena on the Idun evening. Dec 2, when Ceai presided s of the i Ariel wit be formally installed in office. Session topic the Constitution one Hundred fifty years after has been announced As the subject for the open big session of the Institute of world affairs to be held at the Rev i l by Hills hotel from december 12 to 17, by or. Rufus b. Von Klein Sinai. Hsc president and Chancellor of the Institute. With or William b. Munro. California Institute of technology As the first speaker on How the con--1 it it inn was framed and what i was intended to be a he will be followed by or Allan Nevins of co i India University featuring a How the a institution was former Winner of the pulitzer prize for the Best biography written in 1932. Or Nevins was formerly literary editor of the now York Sun and staff member of the new York world and contributor to the nation Magazine. Or Charles e. Martin director of the Institute. Of the University of Washington will to heard on a the Constitution of the opening session it 8 a. In. December 12, will be followed by 9 Olock sessions during the week with round table discussions scheduled for both morning and afternoon evening sessions will follow the 6 ii in dinner events each Day and will be attended by Civie and lug Ial clubs of the Southland Rpp in tag seventeen Western universities eighty five delegates a til discuss general daily themes Quot i a european problems,1�?� Quot pan Animo Nisil Quot Quot affair concerning the Pacific a the Constitution uni foreign affairs Quot and a problem of Universal Deer Hunters ride cycles Porterville Cal. Up enterprising Leer Hunters have used nearly every kind of conveyance but i District Ranger saw his first bicycle party this year. Two Bakersfield men peddled past the Point where automobiles Are forbidden and bagged a four Point Buck a few Days later. R he move to Ai ii ambr a or and mrs Otis Lambert and Imily Are moving to Alhambra this week where they will make heir Home at 304 North third or i unbent who has been living at 508 Norman will Coni uric to work for i i i Bedell in the Baldwin Avenue feed store. A die regular monthly meeting of Iii Sierra Madre Library Board will be held wednesday evening december i in the Board room of the Library or w w. Alley president of the Board being out of town mrs. C. W Bowen will preside fit a or ten ii my or c. To the in Pular Winter Robe thanksgiving Holiday Vin remaining for an oxen a Ion while Thi re she Katchue c filming of so nos i t Dorothy in s new picture Quot her Jung n by my taken a pit in qui can von. The members of the woman Guild. Church of tie Ash axion will hold heir Blin us i can Mas sap and the a in the Paris i House it out afterpe mus de 3 for in 3 of to 5 of p. In. Old friends who have moved away from Sierra 3 la or and Art living at san a brie. Alt Adena and other joints Nearh Are always in i cited n a the at la takes in the a Tun of a family re Union. There win a by mat in Decora rive a a articles o in. While Hon id nuts a of. A prof Vine and the a of Chris j hour a provid debit a i Dol to cd i Tho Dir Quot or in a a Fin Amene an red pm s re Chapt e a will be held not 6ii p in. A d failed re Poi t of Roll c All Tri Lye mad at tins Don t know whether he did Tim Job or not from the evidence at the trial i it wac Omori ten thousand Eleanor Roosevelt it nit null. It let it i nil re mar tiniest Lur i is til or by nor Roosev i in new York City tuesday the murage of human beings seems to me something beyond Price yesterday in the Homestead for which tile steel companies Are putting up the Money and for which the american friends service committee is providing management i saw a group of women and their children in a Little Frame House with an open fire on the Hearth. They were preparing old rags and cutting up old stockings to make rugs for their flit May Homes. Seven families Are now living on construction report Given continued from Page one to residence $50 Clarence Krehe Fer 1119 Al sur Avenue erect garage House $300 Southland roof company 513 Naomi Avenue erect and repair roof $85 Pasadena Neon co., for Everett Watt to e. Huntington drive $1 m a p. Minion 340 West Duarte Road install 550-gallon gasoline tank $100 j c Carrow for Vav r Humphries. 21 East Orange Grove Avenue add to dwelling $45 1 Rancho Santa Anita 305 old ranch Road. Erect 15 sign boards $1,505 Florence Muller 144 Alta Street add to dwelling $150. Frank n. Fox 2112 South sixth Avenue add to dwelling $350 Raymond a. Dom co for Charlesll Klive. 851 Marietta drive erect dwelling and garage $7,500 George a Boyer for Leland d. Mellon 205 Las Flores Avenue erect dwelling and garage. $6,800. Married divorced in 2 hours Belgrade up a worlds record for speedy divorce is believed to have been set by Sandria be Katovitch. A yugoslav Mohammedan. Sandria signed his marriage contract at 9 a. In. At to a m he found his Bride was not 16, As he had been led to believe but Only it Al la a. In. He obtained a divorce. Police Pill Leisure above pay Ocala Fla. Up policemen Here told Iii City Council if ii was a question of More pay or Shorter hours they would take the Shorter hours. They voiced their opinion through City councilman William Tucker who asked the Council to reduce their hours from 12 hours daily seven Days a week. This project in Chicken houses one Purily with six children has a Little Brooder House next to the Chick Ell House in the Brooder House Lour boys sleep the Beds Are double Beds which is probably Milky since the cracks in the Walls must let in much wind to two in a bed serve to keep each either warm. The Little Coal stove goes out at Fri edit. The Only other furniture is a table with an Oil lamp where the Hoys work is spread out. It must to Quot v character to do ones lessons on in cold Winter evening the foundations for Hie House Are built they Are Well Laid and substantial and one Man said to me very proudly a a they la last a Hundred years a a what it will mean to have a five or six room House and some land on which to grow food stuffs to be canned for the Winter can Only be imagined by seeing present conditions. The mines in this Region vary. Many of the men work Only two or three Days a week. Idleness and a mounting grocery Bill Are not Good preparations for a contented mind. A place of their own where they can work in their spare time will solve Many of their problems. I no most anxious loser How this project work a oui As we drove away there were invitations to come Back to see them again these certainly found an Echo in my heart for i want to see that particular spot when Tho houses Are up. At the Homestead we parted from mrs Cromwell and miss Paschal who went to Pittsburgh to Fly Back to their Home. Mrs. Beholder and i went to Greensburg to take the train to new York we had expected to take the night train from Pittsburgh but found we could make this train which got us in rather late last night. It was a great Relief for a night on the train is not Glt Chi preparation for a Busy Day and this Day has certainly been a Busy one. I went to i he Sale for the Blind at 12 30 and then had lunch at Hie woman pays club alter lunch i presented a copy of my very Small Book on Pear to or Carrie Chapman Ca it to whom i Dedica Ted it. I i Al Many of us owe our interest Iii world Pence in her More than to any other woman her unselfish giving of herself has been an inspiration to Many of us. To a Short time i am going to radio City to see an exhibition of the dance International this is a most interesting undertaking and i am looking Forward to it very much. E. R. By Rudolph Dirks by Norman Marsh Ltd Tihe prison mibs Fields visits hew brother Vav it. Vav ill u a v l. F w w Dan famous Secre t operative Himsel there Isnit much use Sis they be set my time. For the 15 Teet and i a in Cinkin ice Joe Paloska by Ham Fisher Lime. Gordon s Kitchen Best Chicken dinner in town East foothill Boulevard Lone Whitefield Shiu Sierra Madre rentals furnished Homes rooms Aud Bungalow it oui is for rent in Sierra Madre y m. Mesecar phone 5 or 145-4 r Hullo toys x Vyas list Lonna take a walk and x thought meb0e youse would
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