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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - July 19, 1938, Arcadia, California Wohld wide news coverage by United press and International new service Jan i me pen Dent or news paper read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features vol. Chi no. 169 weather pair tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California tuesday july 19, Kwh single copy go Mew has in pm top list. First month of new fiscal year expect to exceed $100,000 in building building permits for the month of july initial month in the 1938-39 fiscal year today crept closer to the $100,000 level a Survey of the construction records at the City Hall revealed this afternoon. At press time today the july sum was listed As $90,125, with to Days remaining in the month. Homes i cad new Homes continued to Pace the individual permit list building inspector Olen b. Watson disclosed. The latest permit for a new residence was issued this week to Melvin e. Olson 21 West Sycamore Avenue constructing a Home at an estimated Cost of $6,500. Other permits issued yesterday went to b. Adams 73 West Val Nett Avenue erection of garage $130 Theodore Herman 825 Arcadia Avenue erect Glass House $75 a m. Hollander 544 Fairview Avenue add to dwelling $325. Last years Mark in july of 1937. The building permit aggregate was $84,470. My reit of rite Issue word was awaited today by the 1 City Council from the state Relief association and works Progress administration on the a water rate proposed by the City of Arcadia for the contemplated Community Garden plots in this area. Sponsored by the Sera and tile spa the Garden projects As planned for Arcadia would employ 200 men at $55 per month with the City entitled to claim $7 per Man per month to be expended on any spa. Approved project. Seek free water seeking free use of water the Garden plot representatives have been quoted a proposal which would give the project $1.25 Worth of water per acre per month free of Cost with All water above this amount paid for by the sponsoring organizations. Reply to the proposition May be gained tonight at the meeting of the Council by the auditorium of the City Hall. Six Palm Trees damaged by fire in Rancho six Beautiful Palm Trees Iii Rancho Santa Anita near the supreme Dairy in Arcadia today were charred and blackened As a result of a fire late yesterday afternoon. Origin of the tree Blaze has not been determined according to tile report filed in the Wheeler Street fire Hall by chief James m. Nellis. 1 he bark and dried a fan Quot leaves of the Trees were damaged the report disclosed. Jury a a Foreman a a a a a a a charges Samish with perjury experimental is prepares exhibit for exposition by Robert Bellaire i nil it Ltd in Ress stuff it Shanghai july 19�?-<1j.p a students at the american Catholic girls school by Hankow narrowly escaped injury or death today in a devastating japanese air raid. 500 chinese burned to death in attack Shanghai july 19�?<ins��?five Hundred chinese were believed burned to death today when japanese air planes carrying out their fourth raid on Hankow in three Days set fire to a crowded theatre with an incendiary bomb. The theatre was being used As an ail4 raid shelter. The 500 were trapped inside by flames resulting from the explosion and All were believed burned to death. Twenty seven air planes dropped bombs for two hours in the worst attack that Hankow provisional capital and chinese greatest Inland City has Ever suffered. American Mission property was again endangered. Eight seamen killed in air raid Valencia july 19�? ins a eight seamen were killed today when five racing insurgent air planes bombed and set afire the British Steamer Stanland one of the Fleet of Block Ade runners. Surf Champion takes real spill arrest filed s. F. Lobbyist wanted after inquisitorial body hears testimony of a a agents Sacramento july 19�? ins a Arthur ii. Samish san Francisco lobbyist was released on $3,000 Bond late today by Justice of the peace p. G. West after being arrested on a penury complaint issued by the Sacramento county grand jury. No Date for preliminary hearing was set but we est indicated it would probably be july 27. T01s1mms1ers heir heis while the world talked of Douglas Corrigan s a accidental Quot flight from new York to Ireland to a Day the Arcadia toastmasters club had completed a table topic discussion on the hop As the subject for last nights forum at the regular weekly dinner meeting of the organization in the masonic Temple on South Santa Anita Avenue was Quot the most outstanding flight in aviation Robert Walker Secretary treas Viper of the club presented the subject for the round table discussion. Speakers listed Russell Eagen served As toastmaster for the evening introducing the following speakers Joe Neer. A Accident and health insurance a Wood Glover a a new word Quot and Arthur e. Nelson. A development of the Orange president John e. Vanderbur presided Over the gathering. President seeks record in tropical fishing trip aboard the . Houston Enro Ute to Cocos Isle july 19�? by naval radio to the United press a president Roosevelt hoped for better Luck today on his fishing vacation in Southern Pacific Waters. Thus far he has taken second honors to col. E. M. Watson despite the presidents catch yesterday of a 39-Pound Yellowtail. Col. Watson pulled a 60-Pound grouper from Magdalena Bay where or. Roosevelt s party did Mast of its first Day of fishing. Bitt what a Toothache in a new Field Rich in fossils Lias been uncovered in Contra Costa county cal., and experts from Hie University of California Are assembling the animal Bones into skeletal form. Above is senior student Alice Goetsch inspecting a Mastodon jaw from tile Moraga Quarry. Some of the specimens will be shown at the san Francisco worlds fair. Arcadia represented by Beery and Daniels Ai National convention of Lions International in Oakland Sacramento july 19�? ins a j. K. Marsh Foreman of the county grand jury today signed a complaint charging Arthur h. Samish i san Francisco lobbyist with per jury in connection with testimony Samish gave before the grand jury. District attorney Otis d. Babcock said the perjury complaint was is sued on testimony Samish gave pre a piously in regard to Money he re j Cei Ved from m. C. Levee Hollywood j theatrical agent. At that time Samish claimed he was employed Only As a Public relations counsel and not for the purpose of influencing any legislation. Immediately after the complaint was signed by Marsh Justice of the peace p. G. West issued a warrant for the arrest of Samish. Decision to Issue a complaint against Samish came after levee specifically testified from the witness stand today Samish was paid a total of $10,000 during the 1937 session of the legislature to oppose Assembly Bill 1226, and $5000 during the 1935 session to oppose Assembly Bill 403. Levee explains levee testified the motion picture agencies with which he was associated were interested in the two d Southland Pilot of a a mistake Fame visits with Premier tells of a wrong Way hop Washington july 19. Ins a the Federal government today ordered suspension of the experimental aircraft certificate held by Dougles Corrigan for his unauthorized flight Over the Atlantic to Dublin. The Light a slap on the wrist followed a meeting of officials of the Bureau of air Commerce. No action was taken by the Commerce department in revoking or suspending Corrigan a personal flying License. Mary Ann Hawkins noted swimmer takes thrilling spill while Riding on surfboard. Central press photo. Mammoth Barbecue pits at track approved by committees for sheriffs Barbecue picnic event blames Compass a Welcome Home dinner planned for congressman plans were formulated today for the a Welcome Home dinner to be Given in Honor of rep. H. Jerry Voorhis of the 12th congressional District by the democratic women a study club of Arcadia on wednesday. July 27. The dinner according to announcement made today will be held in the masonic Temple Corner of Eldorado Street and South Santa Anita Avenue. The annual convention of Lions will be Given on Lake Merritt with Bills because they sought to place International opened in Oakland to More than too Craft participating j the Agency business in the same Day with a prediction by president i classification As general employ Frank v. Birch that the United states was about to enjoy the greatest Era of Prosperity it has Ever known. More than 10,000 delegates from this country and six foreign nations were on hand for the opening session. They represented a member i ship of 104,000 in 3,040 service clubs. Arcadia represented the Arcadia Den of Lions is represented at the conclave by past president Charles j. Beery and a. L. Daniels. The latter spending the summer at Lake Tahoe motored Over from the Mountain resort to attend the convention. In his address delivered before a separate meeting of 2,000 Western Lions Birch said the new Era of Prosperity would last from 25 to 40 years. He based his prediction he said on a year of conversations with business men in 41 states. New great expenditures for railroads highways television equip ment and electrification of farms will Aid in bringing about tile im-1 proved conditions he declared. Name Long Beach the Western division voted to hold its next year s convention in Long Beach. Following a Parade today the first general business session of the j convention which is the Organiza Wasserman test is approved by Lions Oakland. July 19. Up a Lions International today launched a nation wide Campaign to require a Wasserman test for syphilis of All j certain answers Given by levee and persons seeking a marriage License his associate Leo Morrison. Holly a Resolution before the Organiza Wood attorney. Morrison testified tin s convention Here said the that he had been present during move was in Accord with the policy j conferences Between levee and of Lions to combat spread of veil Samish. Ereal diseases. Itutti big a ii in min Quot the prevalence of syphilis is1, world wide working incalculable harm a the Resolution said a not Only on the unfortunate persons who find themselves infected but in every Community in cur Young voter _ san Francisco july 19. Up a Otho l. Davis will vote in the August 30 primary despite the fact he will be Only 20 years old. He was born August 31, 1917, but he cited a recent court decision which said ones Legal birthday is the Day before ones actual birthday. Approval of Deputy Charlie chef a Gram were scheduled to go into Ellison chairman of the Barbecue final rehearsals for their acts to committee of the 15th annual Sher Morrow. Jailer Clem Peoples has iffy a Relief association picnic event signed several outstanding circuit to be held at Santa Anita Park on performers to entertain on the pro sunday was Given today to the Gram Mammoth pits in which 16 tons of show prime steer beef will be prepared Salt a show it featuring stunt or the expected 150.000 persons at i ots and the ae.0 Squadron of tending sheriff Eugene w. Biscailuz. Coin Deputy Ellison who has super plates the Well rounded program jury complaint against Samish the Vised the Pieta nation of the Bai the Monrovia Airport will play a lobbyist took the stand to a explain he cued meat Tor several of the As prominent part in the Aerial Page Socia Tion s events gave his stamp want with the appearance of Ralph of approval late yesterday after-1 Wiggin daring Parachute jumper noon As he looked Over the pits on j tickets for the event today were the grounds of the los Angeles turf j reported Selling at a fast clip. All club s horse racing Plant. Proceeds will go into a fund to Aid system planned disabled officers and families. Ment business and w Ould a ruin the prior to the issuance of the per by Peter e. Kilroy ins staff correspondent Dublin july 19. A wide eyed with astonishment. Premier Eamon de Valera today heard Douglas g. Corrigan Tell in his own words the amazing Story of his nonstop flight a by mistake from new York to Dublin. Old togs still in his Greasy wrinkled flying togs the 31-year-old los Angeles aviator was received by the american born Premier in his offices in the government buildings. Sympathizing with the flyers bedraggled appearance this correspondent offered to take Corrigan downtown and help him buy some new clothing but received this reply a Law you can to do that. In mail flyer lauded the meeting took place in de Valera a private Chambers. The Premier himself a precedent shattering revolutionary whose life has been a turbulent Battle for Irish Freedom stuck out his hand and congratulated Corrigan on a a very Happy j Corrigan told the Premier the same weird Story he had spilled to newspaper men on his unheralded arrival at Baldonnel Airport yesterday that he thought he was flying from new York to los Angeles. And involuntarily achieved the Atlantic hop because of a faulty Compass setting. Councilmen Convene tonight in regular session with mayor Arthur f. Malin presiding. Members of the Arcadia City Council will Convene tonight in the auditorium of the City Hall. News flashes Nail a a Juu mini Iii a an i Bai a a tux Relief is club subject a the serving of the 32,000 pounds of barbecued beef will be carried out in a systematic manner a chef Ellison said today. A it is the desire of the committee to serve the huge throng As fast As possible. There will be a minimum of delays and Waits for the meanwhile vaudeville artists who will take part in an All Day pro tax Relief and annuities will form the dual subject of an address to be Given on thursday night As the Arcadia general welfare club convenes in regular w weekly meeting in the auditorium of the City Hall. This announcement was made this afternoon by Rev. J. L. Marks president of the Arcadia unit who state visit opens Paris july 19. Up a King George i and Queen Elizabeth of great Britain came to France to registration of voters for the aug no i n i i will preside Over the session called Hon s 22nd annual gathering will1 i for Douglas Corrigan 31-year-old los Angeles air plane Mechanic who placed blame on Compass for his a wrong Way flight to California which ended yesterday Iii a hop from new York to Ireland 8 of clock. Speaker named d. M. Denton of san Diego will be the principal speaker. Quot All Relief associations and dissatisfied taxpayers should hear or d Mon a Rev. Marks said. A the makes an urgent plea for a drastic ing twins w. D and w. F. Grow j change from the present taxing sys observed their 82nd birthdays to tem and for annuities he is an in Day. They were born in China pertaining and convincing speaker Quot town. Me., and came to California All interested arcadians Are in in 1891. 1 cited to attend. Be held. Tonight a water pageant country a oldest living twins celebrate Ann i ver Saries Riverside. July 19�?d re reputed to be the country is oldest Liv Day for a state visit of Friendship gust 30 primaries closes at mid which marked a red letter event in night thursday july la. Arcadia current european history. 1 residents were warned today by Dep they arrived at Boulogne in the Uty registrars in this Community. British admiralty yacht Enchant appointed by county registrar Tress after a voyage from Dover William Kerr the following have under escort of British and French been named Deputy registrars Here warships and left by special train mrs. Stella Brookover 650 West i for Paris where president Albert dog quarantine shows results report states pointing to the beneficial effect of the recent quarantine on dogs i or. J. L. Pomeroy los Angeles county health officer this week declared a statistics Are proving j the Contention of health officers j that continued enforcement of the dog quarantine will eventually re i Duce rabies to a minimum in los Angeles since the month of february when the quarantine was put into effect there has been a steady decline in the number of Rabid dogs. January 1938, brought a total of j 79 Rabid dogs for the county of los Angeles february 54 March 45 april 55 May 31, and for june 40. Azusa candidate for state controller visits City j najor league i baseball scores Tolm Ftp a american league Cleveland 010 310 000�?5 9 i new York Ola too 002�?3 6 0 batteries Cleveland harder and Pytlak new York Hadley Sandra and Dickey. A a or Chicago at Boston postponed rain. A a a St. Louis at Philadelphia postponed. Rain. It it it Detroit Joo i Washington Ooi i National league Brooklyn Chicago 300 to Ooi to Philadelphia Pittsburgh batteries a too too ooo�?0 George Vav. Meier prominent resident of Azusa and widely known throughout san Gabriel Valley visited Arcadia today in behalf of the Huntington drive mrs. G. S. Cousins 535 Lemon Avenue and mrs. Nellie Schrader. 151 Genoa Street. Registrations Are also handled at the City Hall. According to information forwarded to the registrars of this City j re election of state controller har j registration is required of those by Riley. Meier who has visited a who have moved since the last Gen a score of communities in Southern eral election and those who failed California reported that i Levy a Clithe International Congress of the to cast ballots in either the August j viable record in office has won for a olympic games. Lur november elections it 1936. I him too percent support. Lehi in waited to w Elcome them. Accepts offer Helsinki Finland july 19. Ins a formal acceptance of the invitation to stage the 1940 olympic games in Finland was. Filed today. The acceptance was filed with 020 130 20x�?8 14 3 Philadelphia mulch by Smith and v. Davis Pittsburgh a Brandt and Todd. It it it first game Boston too too 010�?1 2 i Cincinnati 002 too oo�?3 a a batteries Bostons fanning Bel and Mueller Cincinnati a a mourn and Hershberger. A a a second game Boston a Cincinnati $

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