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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - January 26, 1939, Arcadia, California Read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features an Independent. Rrt newspaper a world wide news Cov by International news service and United Presa and Arcadia news vol. In no. 23 weather fair tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California thursday january 20, 1909 single copy 5. Leider rips la. A Pouge fiction a a pay attention to our own people problems a Solon demands in fiery talk. Washington Jan. 26. Up a senator Reynolds Democrat no. Carolina declared in the Senate today that the United states should Stop hinting Hitler and Mussolini cease trying to police the world and concentrate on Domestic problems. A we should Wash behind our own ears before telling other nations of the world to take a Bath a the senator shouted. Long discussion Reynolds who travels abroad when Congress is not in session led a three hour discussion of this country a conduct in world affairs during which he asserted that the United states was engaged in a an undeclared War with Japan. I this country had broken off diplomatic relations with Germany Over matters that were none of our business. Tile United states should copy Success of dictator nations in solving problems of unemployment and surplus capital. Senator Schwellenbac it Democrat Washington interrupted several times to denounce conditions in Europe such As persecutions and concentration Camps. A do you favor concentration Camps in this country a he asked Reynolds. Camps favored a America would do Well to pro-1 vide concentration Camps for the i communists nazis and others who j Are trying to overthrow this gov j eminent a Reynolds replied. Senator j. Hamilton Lewis Democrat Illinois touched off the discussion by protesting suggestions that this country lift the embargo on shipment of arms and War supplies to Spain. Lewis asserted that outside influences were trying a to terrorize or seduce Congress to end this embargo. He said such shipments might be seized by Germany. Italy or the Spanish insurgents if this country lifted the embargo. Denies idea a i deny the idea As asserted by the former Secretary of state that the president As executive has the right to remove that embargo a said Lewis. A the Congress of the United states which passed the Law is the Only source that can rightfully change the Law. Quot the president recognizes the embargo and not until those who made the Law shall remove it will any Effort be made on his part to do other than execute obey Rule a if this country should attempt now to remove the embargo in behalf of those opposed to the Advance of general Franco a he warned a the result would be claims from Germany Japan and Italy who Are supporting Franco that this is an unfriendly act toward them. American would face Germany Japan and Italy jointly. They would make War on America. A there is but one course for american obey the photographer catches thrilling Duel in Santa Anita race event Victory trek into capital Conquest of key City is announced As loyalists quit to flee northward Burgos. Flags flying martial airs or Altissimo marched into copied the Jan. 26. Ins a with and bands blaring the troops of Gen Francisco Franco Barcelona and of catalonian capital without resistance today according to an announcement by insurgent military authorities in Burgos. A Brief Telegram from Francois Field Headquarters announced the bloodless occupation of the City. Navarreye divisions headed by Gen. Jose Sorchaga and the moroccans under Gen. Juan Yague led the triumphal occupation the Telegram stated. New York Jan. 26. Ins a insurgent forces of Gen. Francisco Franco today completed their occupation of Barcelona which fell shortly after noon Spanish Tim and then wheeled northward fast on the heels of the retreating loyalists. This information was contained today in cables direct from insurgent War minister general Daville at Burgos to the North american press Bureau press Headquarters at new York for Generalissimo Franco. Shortly before 8 o clock this morning est a triumphant Cable from Daville reported a we took Barcelona at 12 15.�?� 0. S. Offers i to stricken Oei is debris c01ed for Bouge Wurts High spread of famine epidemic feared As aftermath to worst Earth Jolt in history of South America loss of life May exceed preliminary estimates. Washington Jan. 26 a up a pres. Roosevelt has cabled the president of c Hile an offer of american Relief for victims of the disastrous earthquake there. American air planes possibly might be used to Rush medical supplies necessary it was believed. By Charles Serry United press staff correspondent copyright 1939 by United press chilean Chile Jan. 26�? up a in the debris filled streets amid the ruined buildings and Homes of this Earth quake wrecked City a wild eved Man his facial Muscles working ran up and shouted in my face a i lost four children a his voice Rose to a piercing scream a but pm alive. In a the roofs of the two theatres had fallen in and the Walls had fallen in on top of them. Both were filled with men women and children tuesday night when the quake rocked the Earth. I was informed that there were 200 dead persons buried in the ruins of each one. Pounding Down the stretch the camera captures a remarkable closeup of thrilling action along the Backstretch of Beautiful Santa Anita Park. Seah Iead right is on his Way to Victory mesh Mem jockey Neves booting him along in front of Irving Cotton with Sonny Workman in the Saddle. Central press photo. Informal photo of la Duce and Chamberlain what noted people Are saying b International news service i flee northward this dispatch was followed by another reporting that at i p. In. Spanish time the nationalist forces also had occupied la Cabasada a Mountain and the Barcelona suburb of Horta Northwest of the City. Immediately thereafter the dispatch added the Franco troops stormed Northwest toward Bada Lona an important Industrial suburb to the North of Barcelona along the Road which the Defeated loyalists were using for an artery for Retreat yesterday. Capture of Bada Lona would bring another Rich prize to Franco since a Mammoth Oil refinery is located there. New York or. Nicholas Murray Butler predicting London a decline As the world intellectual capital a there is every sign the capital of Western civilization May move across the Atlantic and find itself in another generation or two on the Shore of this latest world news flashes by United pros and International news Serries protest rite Arcadia City officials today were prepared to answer a Call to the open hearing on protests filed against the to per cent rate boost on Pacific electric inter Urban lines throughout the county it was disclosed by City attorney James c. Bone. Arcadians protest filed several months ago when communities of the county immediately lodged complaint with the p. proposal is in the hands of authorities of the state Railroad commission Bone pointed out with announcement of the open protest session expected this Spring. Meanwhile the Pacific electric hearing before the commission has been set Back to april 5. An earlier ruling has allowed the company to operate on the to per cent increase rate figure pending outcome of the hearing. The p. E. Also has requested permission to increase los Angeles and Pasadena City fares from 5 to 7 cents a pro nasal which has drawn a storm of protests into the offices of the Railroad commission. 43 students t Santiago Chile Jan. 26�? ins a at least 7,000 persons were killed and 10,000 injured in the earthquake which spread death and destruction in six of the nations provinces wrecking some 20 cities and causing damage that May not be computed for Days according to conservative estimates today. Other unofficial advices indicated the toll May prove higher with 15,000 killed and 30,000, i suffering injury. But government officials said these totals May be exaggerated. Information in their Possession listed Only 300 dead with 2,000 seriously injured and 6,000 Hurt tile govern me men stated. Basing ills estimate on late reports. An official said the death total probably would not exceed 4,000 with 10.000 injured. Worst quake Concepcion Southern capital of Chile the town of chilian with 40,000 inhabitants numerous other centers and Broad areas of Rich farm lands All were Laid waste by the shocks which threw thousands of persons into panic and visited upon j the nation the we Orst quake in its1 history7. 38 to be graduated from in chilian w hich was virtually High St Hool tonight wiped out there appeared no doubt with Rev. Roy l. Smith of the at least 2.000 or 3,000 persons died. Angeles first methodist Church including 300 who found a common delivering he commencement and Tomb when the municipal theatre dress 38 seniors will receive Grade collapsed. I action diplomas in exercises pro in Concepcion according to naval jammed for the auditorium of the forty three students of the 8a class of the first Avenue school will be graduated Tonj it in mid year commencement exercises in the school auditorium. Members of this class will take an Active part in the graduation program with the principal address to be Given by or Torrance Phelps. Advices deaths May reach 2,000, with another 2.000 injured. Most of the information reaching Santiago came from Amateur radio operators near the affected zones Monrovia school. Arcadia Duarte High Covina resident brings and was conflicting in character for message to Lions club los Angeles it. Rev. W. Bertrand Stevens episcopal Bishop of los Angeles a if Europe enters upon general warfare All the old methods will be used to embroil the United states in the Rome Jan. 26. . A Premier Benito Mussolini proclaimed the fall of Barcelona tonight from the Balcony of Venice Palace. Washington Jan. 26. Ins a the House judiciary committee today decided to conduct a secret investigation in to the impeachment j charges preferred against Secretary of labor Frances Perkins by rep. J. Parnell Thomas r n. J. When Britain a prime minister was in Rome Premier Benito Mussolini and his distinguished guest prime minister Neville Chamberlain of great Britain pose for a photograph on the occasion of the premieres a a appeasement visit to Rome italian foreign minister count Ciano is in Center. Kindergarten schedule reversed for second semester in Arcadia payment made contractor for school improvement new Yorku. S. Attorney general Frank Murphy revealing he is considering a Bureau to preserve civil liberties a where there is social unrest we should be most anxious and vigorous in protecting the civil liberties or protesting an insecure Washington Jan. 26. Ins a americans ambassador to Chile Norman Armour today reported to Washington that the loss of life in the earthquake which rocks Chile yesterday now appears to have been far greater than first estimates indicated. The kindergarten schedule for Arcadia school students will be reversed dining the second semester opening on monday it was announced today by supt. E. E. Westerhouse. Under the revision students who attended morning sessions the first semester will attend afternoon classes and vice versa. Reversing of the kindergarten schedule is made each semester in order that children will not attend the afternoon have to classes throughout the year waterhouse said. Children the morning will of Are eligible to enrol in kindergarten if they years of age by april 30, 1939. The regular morning and afternoon a us schedule for kindergarten pupils will be maintained. Officials have made the first payment to contractor w. T. Loesch on tile construction of the new Public works administration financed $244,500 projects in Arcadia Bra resident Engineer inspector Guy k. Doliner announced today. This Marks the first Transfer of funds to the contractor paying for work already completed Dohner said. Progress on the new project is satisfactory pea Engineer Guy k. Dohner stated. Chain store tax Bill pending in Lewis Lautrec Sacramento Jan. 26. Ins a a Chain store tax measure assessing from $3 to $250 was pending in the legislature today. Provisions of the measure which was authored by Ernest o. Voigt los Angeles Democrat Call for annual taxation As follows one store�?s3. Two stores but not More than five Sio. Five to to stores so. Ten to 20 stores Sido. My res in excess of 20�?$250 t a h. Lice Hill would not become effective until its constitutionality was passed upon by the supreme court. This reason All official estimates of the total were held up pending a Check. January building permit total Over $76,000 permits for new residences in Arcadia today had boasted the january construction total Over the $76,-000 level it was announced today at the City Hall. The press time Reading this afternoon was $76,240. Permits issued this week include Morris and Johnson for Ralph a. Olsen. 602 Lemon Avenue erect dwelling and garage $4,000 John Anderson 1416 South first Avenue erect dwelling and garage $3 500 r. G. Yarrow 1430 Lovell Avenue erect dwelling and garage $3,500 Charles Beery 40 East Huntington served in drive repair store building $45. Church. Robert bums editor of tile Covina citizen today was the principal speaker at the regular weekly luncheon meet my of the Arcadia Den of Lions International at be Derby tavern. He was introduced by a. I Long pre program chairman of the Day. Jubilee to Mark completion of new Church building celebrating the completion of the new Church unit the members of the Arcadia Community Church to Morrow night will gather for the Jubilee dinner event it was announced today. Tile 6.30 of clock dinner will lie the social Hall of the

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