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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - January 5, 1938, Arcadia, California Former Dillinger aide to be quizzed on West Arcadia Bank world wide news coverage by United press and International news service an Independent newspaper a reactions this is your newspaper vol. Chi. No. 5 weather fair and mild tonight and tomorrow Arcadia California wednesday january 5, 1038 single copy 5c business sans . Firu. By Nitro prom Herndl rut. Ini. Or ii roil ii <11 on in a bal or port forbidden. All Frig to referred Washington. D c., Jan. 4-the presidents message was one of tile most comprehensive he has delivered. It said Little that was new but was a clarification of much that has been misty. There was a Clear warning of a n armament program based on d a agers abroad. The budget is to remain at 7 billions. If there is to be a balance it is to be through rising National income returning More Revenue at existing tax rates a and income is now falling. Changes in undistributed profits and capital gains taxes Are to be made to Correct a a hardships a particular to Small business men. Something much More than that is needed. Tile agricultural policy remains a fascist control Over crop Page coupled with or. Wallace severe go granary. The labor policy As to collective bargaining remains the same with some Little scolding of labor for disunion and a plea for Security salaries on an annual basis instead of High hourly rates. A Strong plea for a floor under wages and a ceiling Over hours was coupled with a declaration for regional differentials and a suggestion that no change be made too drastic or too hastily. A list of abuses in business and banking were stated and business was assured of government cooperation. Except for those who practice those abuses described As it Small minority. There was a terse renewal of the recommendation for governmental reorganization. Children a Riding club to be moved to new spot the children a hiding club operating at the present time on wast foothill Boulevard near the City limits will be moved soon to a spot near the historic e. J. Lucky Baldwin stables. E. B. Green owner manager of the club and the Rancho Santa Anita received the approval of the City Council last night following the recommendation gained by the City planning commission. Van de ramp executive gives interesting address at club luncheon today remedies Lor a a friendless business a were outlined today in an interesting luncheon address to members of the Arcadia woman a club at a regular meeting of the unit by Carl Lucas cashier for Van de Karn pm a Holland dutch bakery company or. Lucas brought a stirring and challenging message fat the initial 1938 gathering of the organization. Speaking on a a business without friends a or. Lucas stated a business is caught in the jaws of a triple nut Cracker. From below it is pushed irresistibly by labor problems. From another Side it is pounded by the weight of multiplying taxes and statutory constant threat a it is then thrust against the third jaw of the nut Cracker an Active vocal and militant consumer movement which is constantly threatening to displace private Enterprise with consumer or. Lucas not Only asked what could be done about it but gave constructive answers to his own questions. A first a he stated Quot business must open its eyes to the fact of its Fri endlessness. Then the second thing is to recognize where we go from this Point if the current wave of antagonism to business is not restore fragments a it is necessary to restore the broken fragments of belief in the integrity of business and in its Broad social usefulness to the future development of a Well ordered democratic America. A the third thing that business must do in its friendless state is to recognize its necessity for Unity a or. Lucas told his audience a and the fourth need of business is to recognize that its critics Are not entirely talking through their or. Lucas summed up his two final Points a the obligation upon business is to assume a new duty to itself the duty of interpreting itself to the Public and to get a new interest in and knowledge of. The True Case for business from the social japs capture ancient gun Booty for the invaders this ancient chinese gun was Booty for the japanese when they captured and occupied Kiang Yin fortress on the Southern Bank of the Yangtze River. They inscribed in japanese characters on the muzzle a dec. 2, 1937�? Murabayashi unit of the Imperial japanese the Soldier atop is japanese. Chicago makes a a bookies Legal what noted people Are saying by International new service Washington a Mariner s. Eccles chairman of the Federal Reserve Board asserts High labor costs Are partly responsible for the business recession a labor and Industry As Well would be better off of it took a reduction which put costs Back to 1936 Levels to increase purchasing act and then we would be Able to Detroit Homer Martin president of the United automobile workers Union Cio praises the Hudson motor car company for its announced plan to rehire 6.000 men to manufacture a new Low priced car a it is a Welcome Relief in the monotonous pessimism voiced by most manufacturers to hear of one who Means to go Forward one who announces a rehiring of his workers rather than a mass new York a Darryl Zanuck. Film executive says there is no business recession in Hollywood Quot there a no slowing up in production in Hollywood and certainly the country is not cutting Down on its Bill nil re try Shanghai. Jan. 5�?a new and serious clash Between japanese and foreign a interests was a threatened today As Shanghai municipal authorities referred to the United states and British governments a japanese demand for virtual control of the International settlement. Tension increases in Shanghai by International news service Shanghai Jan. 5�?tension increased in Shanghai s International settlement today As japanese army authorities installed censors in Cable company offices following their threats to take Over Complete control of the foreign area to stamp out a anti japanese tile japanese censors were ordered to supervise All incoming and ongoing messages. Kelly signs Bookie Bill a Edward j. Kelly mayor of Chicago signs the a a Bookie a ordinance licensing race track wagering brokers beginning Jan. 6. Alderman Arvoy at left witnesses. City of Arcadia authorizes Elam to file protest against raise in p. E. Passenger rates British fleets to be concentrated by International news service London. Jan. 5�?indicaitons that the British admiralty is rapidly formulating Concrete plans to concentrate units of its various fleets at Singapore within striking distance of the sino japanese trouble zone increased today. Washington a senator Connelly Ltd Texas plans another filibuster Over the anti Lynching Bill tomorrow a we Are taking care of the Lynching in the South and Are unalterably opposed to this unconstitutional invasion of slut lot Angelet filipino scheduled to hang on Friday by it n i left san Quentin prison. Cal. Frank Wilhelm. Filipino is scheduled to be hanged Friday for the murder of Jesus to Maya in los Angeles in 1936. He was convicted of beating to Maya to death with a rolling pin after binding and robbing him. By unanimous vote of the Council. City attorney William Elam today held official authorization to prepare and file a formal protest against the proposed boost in passenger fares As planned by the Pacific electric railway company. The verdict of the Council follows the action already taken under consideration by the chamber of Commerce and the Arcadia businessmen a association. Elam was advised further to attend the hearings scheduled for january 7. And with other representatives of communities served by the Pacific electric to seek additional time to prepare a written 23-year-old girl yearns to be tugboat Captain port Alberni. B. C it u a Dorothy Clarice Blackmore. A 23-year-old blonde is planning to a Canadas first woman tugboat Captain. Dorothy recently passed h r examination Tor a tugboat masters certificate under supervising examiner Lionel h. Lindsay of Vancouver and confirmation from Ottawa is expected soon tile girl has spent six years on her fathers tugboat and is a High school graduate. Protest against the move. It is the plan of the . To jump passenger fares ten per cent. The company a petition to the California state Railroad commission is already on file. Protests it a Learned today Are being prepared by virtually every City in the Southland against the contemplated raise in rates. Coleman new owner of Seltzer variety store formal announcement was made today disclosing that Seltzer s variety store on North first Avenue is under new ownership and management. The Deal was closed Friday which added in e. Coleman a name to arcadians list of businessmen. Formerly of Kansas Coleman is residing with his family in Monrovia and plans to move to Arcadia As soon As possible. Immediate plans outlined by the new owner Call for enlarging and improving the Stock and redecorating the store. Definite plans for a. J. Bromo Seltzer former owner manager were not revealed. Defense reliefs to bring deficit party Given for War children billion dollars requested by Roosevelt for appropriation to Relief by Eric Friedheim ins stuff it Torresi Tohidi no Washington Jan. 5. Ins a necessity for strengthening the National defense and providing Relief in the face of declining revenues will result in a $949,600,000 Federal deficit for the 1939 fiscal year president Roosevelt told Congress today in his annual budget message. Forced by the current business recession to revise downward the it i Ern Meni s Revenue est Imp test or. Roosevelt nevertheless moved to execute his Promise a not to let the people Down by calling for a new Relief appropriation of $1,000,-000.000. May need More this fund is to be used during the next fiscal year which starts july i. Tile president emphasized however if the need arises he will ask Congress for More. He said this applies to the present fiscal year although no additional Relief Motley was asked for this period. Summarized the presidents budget statement said i. Revenues for the next fiscal year will total $5,919,400,000, a decrease of $401,076,000 from the present fiscal year. Decrease shown 2 expenditures exclusive of debt retirements will total $6,869,000,000, a decrease of $539,600,000 from the present fiscal year. 3. National defense appropriations will total $991,300,000 an increase of $34,300,000. Later the president May ask for additional funds to construct several extra naval vessels. 4. Relief expenditures for the fiscal year will total roughly Seiss,304,. A decrease of $841,356,-600 from the present fiscal year. J 6. The deficit estimate for the j fiscal year which ends june 30 has been raised from $695,000,000 to Sloss. 100. because of the business recession. Reduction Loans 7. Expenditures for new highways new Rivers and harbours projects new Public buildings new reclamation projects and other new Public works will be reduced sharply. Or. Roosevelt warned Congress j that if business fails to improve and if War threats become More pronounced he will be forced to ask for More funds for Relief and armaments. i world wide news flashes a Kwa Justice retires Washington Jan. 5 .1 a associate supreme court Justice George Sutherland in a letter to pres. Roosevelt today announced his retirement effective Jan. 18 under the Sumner a supreme court retirement act passed by Congress last year. Aid for Spanish a packages for War stricken families in Spain Are received by Fernando de los Rios Spanish ambassador in Washington from children he entertained at a Christmas party in the embassy. Gift bags contained clothing canned goods and toys among other articles. The Little girl giving her package to the ambassador is Flora Wright of Washington Loci police to hot suspect visit programmed tonight fair Arcadia officers in l. A. General Hospital William Abe Schultz former member of the John Dillinger mob tonight will be quizzed by Arcadia police in the prison Ward of the general Hospital in connection with he West Arcadia Bank of America Holdup Here last week. Schultz shot Down in a gun Duel j with los Angeles police last night i is believed to be behind scores of i Bank robberies in Southern Cali-1 i or Ilia including the Arcadia Job i thursday afternoon when Between $3,000 and $4,000 was taken in a i daring Daylight affair. Visit relatives j according of testimony Given by i Schultz before he lapsed into in i consciousness Early this morning he insisted that he has Only been in i Southern California for three Days. J arriving Here from Chicago to visit j relatives and friends. Schultz was shot in the shoulder in a blazing Battle with detective lieutenants Harry Maxwell and H. Bridgeman. Taken first to the Georgia Street emergency to Spital he gunman was later removed to the prison Ward of the general Hospital. In the latter room tonight. Arcadia authorities accompanied by identifying witnesses will Grill him. Patrol forces at Santa Anita doubled in number Lewis h. Burke noted los Angeles tax counsel today was notified that his services had been voted required by the City Council in arcadians defensive fight against a tax suit instigated by Rancho Santa Anita. Inc. Tomorrow Burke and City attorney William Elam were scheduled to go a huddle on the Issue in which the compla3ntants Are seeking refunds on taxes paid to the City from 1933 through the first half of 1937. Illegal tax rates and excessive valuations Are charged in the complaint. Court papers have been received by ail councilmen and according to attorneys Stater and Dawson representing the Rancho Steps Are being taken to hurry along the a test Case Quot through the Legal channels. A night patrol to guard the prize candidates for the Santa Anita Handicap was doubled today As race track officials became alarmed Over the apprehension of a Groom on suspicion of violation of the state narcotic act. The Groom Carl Campbell 28, was held under 81000 Hail. The guard a a increased As a a precautionary measure a consists of eight to patrol the stable area by foot and four mounted men to ride Fence. Stable owners have cautioned employees to refuse admission to any persons not having definite business at the barns. Is shoo tighten ruling Washington Jan. 5 . A the House today passed a Senate Bill to tighten restrictions on the photographing mapping or sketching of military or naval defences. House actions followed reports that numerous such photographs had been made recently on the Pacific coast. Nomination due Washington. Jan. 5 ins a the nomination of Joseph p. Kennedy now chairman of the maritime commission As ambassador to great Britain probably will be sent to the Senate within the next 48-hours, it was Learned today. Speedy Senate confirmation of his appointment is expected. Celebrating the second anniversary of the establishment of the poultry and Rabbit husbandry classes at Al Monte evening High school members of these classes will hold a pot Luck supper in the school cafeteria on monday. January 17ih. At 6 30 p. In. Mrs. R. N. Spinney 1524 Glendon Way Rosemead and mrs. Earl Patterson 841 s Central Avenue. Al Monte Are co chairmen with mrs. Ella Batler and mrs. A d Mcelwee As members of the arrangements committee. A very interesting program is being planned with several famous speakers heading the list. The Complete program will be announced next week. All present and former members of these classes Are invited to attend the birthday party. There is no charge to attend but reservations must be made prior to tile supper with either mrs. Spinney or mr.-. Patterson or mrs d a Strawn. 1133 s. 1st Avenue Arcadia. Welty versus Howard trial is postponed one week the Newell g. Welty is. C c Howard trial scheduled to be called today Over alleged misrepresentations in a Monrovia newspaper Deal has been postponed to Jan. 12, it was reported trom los Angeles today. H Pill High in the Hills of san Gabriel Canyon near Here Deputy sheriffs armed with an insanity warrant today searched for a Cave sheltering a Man who is alleged to have forced his Mother brother and sister in Law to live there with him like animals. Tile warrant was for the arrest of Mark Silverman. 38, and was obtained by another sister in Law. Mrs. Dorothy Silverman who told officers that tour months ago Silverman went to the Home of his Mother mrs. Rebecca Silverman burned All of her clothing and furniture and forced her. His brother. Credits Tribune for response to advertising people come in my store to Trade from Monrovia Temple City and surrounding communities a said or. Samuel h. Owens proprietor of Owens 5. To. 25 and $1.00 store at 1220 South Baldwin Avenue yesterday. So you see what favourable response i have had from my advertising in the or. Owens opened his store or november 5, 1937. At that time he featured articles up to $1.00, but because of the increased demand. He has added a Junior department to his growing business with the View of always carrying the latest and the finest of merchandise. At the present time there Are Over 5000 items in the attractive store with or. Owens adding on the average of 50 items a week. Although or. Owens has lived in Arcadia for several years he has been a successful buyer in a Large department store and has been connected with the mercantile business for Over Twenty years. Police of three slate Hunt for Youthful killer Joseph and his sister in Law by International news service Youngstown. Of Jan. 5�?police of three states today sought a 21-year-old farm youth As a suspect in the triple slaying of Henry Baumeister 38, his wife Beatrice 36. And ills 70-year-old father Theodore on their farm one mile South of North Lima. A House to House canvasser making his monthly round uncovered the gruesome crime. Mrs. Becky Silverman. 19, to go with him to the Canyon where according to tire complaint tile four have been living nude and a like animals the captives were afraid to leave the Canyon it was alleged because they feared Silverman s threats. 4ction recommended on Trees in various sectors action on tree removal requests was passed upon today with the following recommendations handed Down by the Council 1. Removal of two Trees for Hugh Pang bom realtor on West Duarte Road for tile construction of a parking lot. 2. Cutting Back of hedge instead of removal of Trees at w h Bishop residence on South so a Avenue. Or. Bishop informed Council that Trees were interfering with Power lines. 3. Removal of two of the six Trees sought out of the Way by or. W t Mallory of Arcadia Avenue. New crooner arrive in Crosby family fourth boy by International news service Hollywood. Jan. 5�?there was another potential crooner in the Bing Crosby family today. His wife Dixie Lee Crosby i seated the Sager actor with a six i Pound son at the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital the fourth to be born to the couple. J a a in be got to think up a Brand j new Lullaby to sing to him a Bing said As lie quit his nervous pacing of the floor to receive congratulations. Santa Anita race results first Raue a Valley Lam 4.oft Ixko 2 49 a Blue Breeze 166 i Tulia pah Queen 1-46
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