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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - February 21, 1939, Arcadia, California 16 horses named overnight for $50,000 Santa Anita Derby tomorrow would wide hews coverage by International Roma Bervie and United Brett Independent newspaper feb read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features vol. In no. 41 we ath by fair tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California tuesday Mary 21, 1039 Khz Washington merry so Tell Ftp mss a my amp Iamon Maro buit s. Allo regarding papal succession is frowned upon by Catholic dignitaries since the election of a new Pope is a religious rite. However the Pope himself May discuss the subject and the late plus occasionally did so with Vatican aides. An account of one of these conversations has been brought Back from Rome by one of unimpeachable integrity and is of unusual interest to americans. For in a conversation not Long before his death the holy father spoke of the possibility of a foreigners especially an american following him to the papal chair. Those about the Pope were stunned. All thoughts of a successor had been confined to italians and the names of two were uppermost cardinals Elia Della Costa of Florence and Ildefonso schuster of Milan. But the Pope continued with words to this effect a it is not Well for italians always to be succeeding to the holy see. Son other nationality should be represented. God willing it might be Wise to choose the next Pope from across the the remark had added significance in View of Pius controversy with Mussolini then raging. In his last previous Public Ted the Pope had defended the jews and denounced Mussolini a anti semitic drive As a cheap a a imitation of Hitler. This so infuriated la Duce that Many Vatican leaders anticipated an open rupture and another assault on the churches temporal Power regained in 1929 after a 60-year rift with Italy. Accordingly the Pope believed that the support of such a powerful country As the United states would be a safeguard against Mussolini a Wrath. Pro american several other factors favouring an american Pope were in Pius mind according to those who visited with him in recent months. He was influenced by the argument that the 20 million catholics in the United states were the largest group never continued on Page 2 City councilmen to Convene in regular meeting Here meeting in regular session members of the City Council will Convene tonight in the auditorium of the City Hall. Routine business will be transacted at the meeting to be called to order at 8 In. What noted people Are saying by International news service new York a Dean Christian Gauss summoning Phi Beta Kappa to a counter attack on dictatorships a democracy ends where the persecution of minorities Washington a Secretary of War Harry Wood ring urging business to take the Lead in restoring jobs a a private business cannot if it looks the facts in the face expect government to Stop spending and thus Stop taxing until private in j Dusty has been ingenious enough to eliminate the necessity for such Public Helena Mont. A gov. Roy e. Ayers vetoing the Bill cutting divorce residence requirements to 30 Days a i do not believe Montana should have the stigma of commercializing upon the unsuccessful and the unfortunate marriage and Domestic troubles of her sister Santa Dit 2 killed As in. S. Planes crash in fog kidnapped Pasadena girl Abductor returned Home Al ally p y Ujj p sex Champion serves As Best Man eight year old Anne Louise Sweitzer of Pasadena pictured at right and Townsend Davis 40, landscape Gardener who faces charges of abducting the youngster who were returned to the Crown City today from Winterhaven Imperial county where authorities caught up with them late yesterday afternoon. Swimming Star christens n. Y. Amphitheater Washington a j. Gen. H. H. Arnold urging an increase in americans air defense a France and England must not Realise that they began too late. Let us not make the same Eleanor does the honors pretty Eleanor Holm the swim Star who was dismissed from the 1936 olympic team because of her alleged Champagne sipping cracks a bottle of Champagne across the Cornerstone of the $2,000,000 new York state Marine Amphitheater at the world s fair. Billy Rose master showman will stage a Gigantic aquacade show Here this summer. Grover Whalen the fair president is shown Center As chorus girls look on. Expect capacity crowd at first Chort test annual a father scout event Here police groups arrangements were completed to ing As the Hast troop is sponsored Day for the ban Ai my of a capacity crowd at the first annual a father scout dinner meeting to be held tonight in the woman a clubhouse on South first Avenue. The event with troop no. 5 act by the woman s club boy scout committee. Dinner will be served at 6 30 of clock. All Arcadia troops will be represented at the event it was reported i this afternoon. Authentic skid charts showing the length of skid Marks made at various speeds a today was complied by tile Arcadia and Pasadena police departments following tests made yesterday afternoon on Santa Anita Avenue North of Colorado Boulevard. Six pilots use parachutes to leap to safety in disastrous night Drill Pensacola fla., feb. 21. Or a eight naval training planes trapped in the air for five hours by a heavy ground fog crashed last night Over an area of several Hundred Hundred Square Miles after running out of gasoline in vainly Hunting Landing places. Two pilots were killed. Four of the original flight of 12 which took off from the Pensacola training station shortly after dusk for night practice landed safely. Six pilots of the eight planes which crashed parachuted safely to Earth. The two dead pilots Are it. G. F. Presser of the brazilian Navy a Courtesy student at the naval station and it. Norman m. Ostergren of it. Peck Mont. Both were killed when their planes crashed. J kidnapped girl returned to frantic parents i Pasadena feb. 21. Ins a with j tears of Joy two frantic parents today greeted their 8-year-old daughter As she was returned by police after her Short abduction by Touti Send Davis 40-year-old landscape Gardener and Church organist. Davis manacled to a police car j and Anne Louise Sweitzer arrived at the police station from Winterhaven Imperial county where they were apprehended. Very Happy about the whole things Claude Stroud the Deadpan of radios Well known Stroud twins and his Bride the former Gloria Brewster Hollywood actress and a twin pose for the camera at Miami Beach flo., where they were married. Jack Dempsey right the former heavy Champ acted As Hest Man. Earthquake mercy flyer honoured latest world news flashes by United and International new service London feb. 21. minister Neville Chamberlain told the House of commons today that the vast Burden of rearmament must go on because Lack of a International confidences bars an Early disarmament conference. He declared that a a conference that failed would be worst than none at Sacramento. Feb. 21. Warden court Smith revealed today that the University of California is making an intensive study of the meals served at san Quentin prison As a result of the recent convict food strike with a View to recommending a More balanced diet. Berlin feb. 21. a the German press bitterly assailed United states senator key Pittman today 1 and compared an attempted assault in new York on Fritz Kuhn Leader of the bund with the assassination of nazi officials in Switzerland and France. Newspapers characterized Pittman a speech attacked dictatorship As a a disturbance of the los Angeles feb. 21. Lys a without comment the Board of supervisors today passed a Resolution calling upon the county grand jury to investigate allegations of supervisor William a. Smith of the first District that he was offered a bribe of $100,000 in connection with a $102,000,000 tax refund suit now before the supreme court. Mercia a flyer honoured for his mercy flight from the unite i states to Santiago Chile to Rush medicinal supplies to the stricken earthquake areas maj. Caleb v. Haynes of the u. S. Army receives the distinguished flying Cross medal from Secretary of War Harry Woodring in Washington. Major Haynes made the Hight Crew of to on feb. 4, 5 and 6. Holy season of Lent will open tomorrow night with services scheduled at Catholic Church the holy season of Lent opens tin tomorrow a h wednesday with Pasadena youth arrested Tio Here on grand theft charge Low Var a 14-year-old Pasadena youth was in custom if the sheriffs substation at Alt Siena on suspicion thu of grand theft following arrest Here last night by Arcadia officers the youngster a. Aught As lie sought t c to escape with a companion near the Colorado Boulevard Mich Llinda p.,Thor Avenue intersection in Arcadia the boy has been turned Over to each the custody of dept sheriff g. C. My feb Taylor suite of Pasadena mrs. Arthur Taylor of act Stock farm reports $100,000 loss in jewelry Pasadena. Feb. 21. Ins a jewelry valued at up to $100,000 was stolen from the hotel suite of mrs. Arthur c. Taylor police reported today. Mrs. Taylor is the wife of the owner of the act Stock farm which races Indian Broom which Cee and other top race horses at Santa Anita. Attend races the burglar entered the Taylor suite Between i and 5 In. Yesterday while the pair were attending the races in nearby Arcadia. Included in the loot was a string of 68 graduated pearls with a Large Diamond clasp. Because she had accumulated the jewelry Over a Long period of years mrs. Taylor was unable to accurately estimate the value. Chief of police Charles Kelly of Pasadena however said it apparently was of a Quality that could be readily disposed of for a minimum of $20,000 in Cash. Names of 16 thoroughbreds three of them fillies passed through the overnight Box today for the running tomorrow of the fifth renewal of the $50 too Santa Anita Derby. The three fillies which will oar i by 115 pounds five less than the j Colts and geldings Are Norman churches Sweet Nancy King ranches Cuenca. And Neil Mccarthy a Cal Fomia bred morning Breeze. Favored to win porters mite Wanner of the Belmont futurity last summer and Holder of the worlds record of 1 14-2-5 for 61 in furlongs looms As the favorite Field and jockeys named Over night were Yale of nine Dotter shining one Scheich Teddy Kerry Woolf say judge no boy a Jac Brammer touch and go Corbett morning Breeze Coucci it porters mite James time alone Tucker Cuenca Lerman Sweet Nancy Longden Jalapa Clown Wall impound Richards hysterical Rennick race riot no boy bubbling boy Worden. Losev of Altadena. All state band to present Campus program one Hundred and thirteen of the finest College and University Bondsmen in the state toed their musical Marks in Claremont today preparatory to presenting California s second annual All state intercollegiate symphonic band concerts on ilk Pomona College Campus saturday afternoon at 3 15 arid evening at 8 15. To be presented in spacious Bridges auditorium the afternoon concert is open at one Low Price die evening concert being popularly priced win ii All seats reserved. Arcadia daily Tribune will observe Holiday i lie Arcadia daily Tribune tomorrow will observe Washington birthday an a Holiday and will not publish an edition in Accord it us its policy it a announced today by a. Harold noon publisher. Doms of tile City Hail Opst office and both Blanche of flank of America will be closed according to announcements made this afternoon
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