Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives Dec 20 1937, Page 2

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - December 20, 1937, Arcadia, California Monday. December 20. 1937 Arcadi \ daily Tribune strange As it seems by John Hix Arcadia Tribune Independent a in a paper a a for further proof address the author enclosing a stamped envelope for reply. Reg. U. S. Pat Oft j of / Eti j 9 vis Zitcer �?�7zn published daily except saturday. Sunday and Hob Days a 104 n. First Avenue Arcadia. California Arcadia publishing a. Harold noon president and publisher ins Iai i Man j i she it about Cie mine. 1111 Kitchen was tilt re Ani new Coral had retired to ii to attain with the newspaper mrs. Tod Hunter said that no there a. N news Lance was out of a Job actin but on the wanon. He hah a nod chant e of a position Aith no i r the Only news was that ii hat been horribly cold for a week. Water will freeze on h wife hot Platinum Pali mixer with a sulphurous acid of Coculo lo0c., &0/lin6 temperature of the Cir and immediately freezes on the hot Rah / Aii Aln Arcadia Chamita it Arcadia business California new Papoi i to it Pui is Atli nation Ai in la i san Francisco los Angeles Hen a copies of the ii Bunc aul a a Quot and surround ibb markers May be l a files. Subscript ton Price single cop. Month phone 2131 for All depart me advertising Hal s g map an is pm in Folen pop tue fuse Frilop his Oun leftle67 Mair pomp and ceremony Ano ate Nero u7 a military procession Leo by Santa Anna himself his leg Vyas interred in a Mexico City cemetary-i3h3"closer for Winter snails Wall up the openings f Tulp shells in the Winter in out1h Colp. Santa Anna lived on for another 33 years following an amazing career of Soldier Aud a to Nan. In 1876 he died in Mexico City a poor and disconsolate Man Lix Elf scarecrow burmese Farmers of Rinc in not a in a Sliski Ai w Hil amp cur i cried ads i be n an i exhausted. Stuner. R a j a sinister i j form a cd hovers look 1 130vs ? Ion blood Quot shot by Eleanor Roosevelt feature. It is mild and warm. But certainly j not very Pleasa it weather j a few personal appointments this morning and lunch at the Algon Quin hotel with our son Elliott and his wife who Are in new York City for a few Days on business they brought me my Christmas present two enchanting photograph of Chandler and Elliott or. I am glad to have them now when i can really take time to enjoy them rather than later when the Christmas Rush i completely overwhelms me. I Hope i to have another glimpse of Elliott and Ruth before they leave this afternoon to return to Texas for i Christmas. E. R. Copyright id37. Ini Syndicate inc by Eleanor Roosevelt new York City a the most colourful reception of the year is the dip reception. Usually it s the gayest and most lighthearted. Perhaps it was my own mood perhaps there was something in the mood of oui guests but it seemed to me that one and All of them wore serious expressions on their faces and there was a certain tension in the an. The mens uniforms and decorations were Georgou As Ever the women a gowns and jewels were As Beautiful but As you heard the names called out you help out think of world events. The president s new naval aide Captain Woodson had his first i experience at a big reception last j night and i think he Wras rather nervous. At first he stood Besid my Hub sad and colonel Watson the Mill Ary aide stood opposite end announced the names. Then they cling Ell places about a third of the Way through and Captain Woodson vent through a he real Al Anjou Nokia. There flashed through my mind an amusing children s Story about a Boon a Clown and i Promp v murmured to both gentlemen that Lucy should change their names i and titles and become the generals a Boom boom1�?� when the presided want upstairs. A Quot cd teary to went with him and ome of the newspaper people said to me a won t you. Us up whore we can hear the conversation How can you stay Down Here when anything a it interest i a i it Ion of Ween president and tile Secretary of state is going on a the truth of the mate of cd Lite is that if anything of a confidential nature is going on. I would Faire her not be aware of it because then you can no be blamed for any information which May leak out. Women Are supposed to be he curious ones of this world and i suppose arc Are curious about the ii tie things of life though even in minor details i think my desire to know other people s business has fun inched very greatly. I still have a great curiosity about subjects of any kind which have been closed books to me in the past. Especially about people in general and the things which motivate us. This d is not extend to the realm of my immediate surroundings i took the Midnight train to new of Cark and a most Gray and gloomy Day greeted me Here this morning i of a Al dry hand Mitt. Loo Xii Filiti if Milf Fol h coms / mow it i Lav me Down to \ sleep can t Nwe i talk i this Over Fitts blasts labor thugs if h�n4lr�u. I ail Reghu re re by Ham Fishel Joe Paloska a continued from Page one but As Lons / that s As you ask All x the i want in answer is it know. Quota wlm a v a a in Vbk a Tauff lulls by the Way in Lan a Pip youse know Tov is Knobby s now so est h e artry v. Jha or v has x Holp Pont see that How it s while anybody s me set business stills. All right extras cheer when they Coye in now up lights a ready / x guess i i m Usta j Bein up close when he eights a Tascu be me Law enforcement Agency in the county in this fight. Appeal made a i solicit the support of our judges in order to preserve american institutions and principles Iii los Angeles county a i solicit the support of a Era Man and woman who by limes in an orderly Community living and working under an orderly constitutional a this talk tonight a a Fitts continue Quot is aimed at such Active and vicious Leaden hip As great a men i menace Whit american Labe Ness have fou to combat. Ii Cering As in o leis there is no concern for ii e or property. A Ouid cripple a a site in non has developed in tie Industrial into business life of los Angeles county which cannot longer be a Ole ji6 i refer specifically to die criminal conduct of in Spon a imported and. In a few instal is local persons who falsely assuming to act in behalf of orc sized labor Are endeavouring to paralyse business and cripple Industry in los near him inc looks Eike tiie real thing a does t it. Action take. Railroad silences whistles Pierce City. To. Top a to Ain whistles silenced for several nights so As not to disturb an injured Frisco railway freight concoct or Are blowing again. Fred d. Turner the grateful conductor is latter. He asked tire Railroad to return it whistle blowing

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