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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - July 30, 1937, Arcadia, California Home edition tribunal twist four out of five in 9 old system Best a a Romance gone pour out of five automobile accidents occur on dry roads in Clear weather pour out of five automobile Accident involve cars driving a straight ahead. Here is the Tati Odieal proof of the disregard for every Rule of Courtesy 4�d safety that characterizes the 4. Techies or incompetent Motorist. He rup stantly overestimates the a Safe of of Good roads and mod Tes Ayton cars. A straight Highway and a mrs whar Day act As bait to make him and a Ellen her up Quot a with the result that Al the undertaken gets about 37,000 new accounts each year. A National safety Council Survey lists the seven Mast important causes of fatal accidents in order us follows i exceeding Speed limit or driving too fast for Road and weather conditions <2> driving on tile wrong Side of the Road <3> disregarding Stop signs and signals 4 usurping right of Way 5 Cut-11 Ting in 6 passing on Hills and j curves <7> failure to signal for stopping and turning. These driving errors cause the great bulk of All serious accidents and the first is Bys far the worst. Every one of them is a human error a and every Accident they produce could be prevented if individual Drivers would observe the most elementary rules of caution and. Proper driving. In conclusion Here is one More fact you might think Over the next time you feel the urge to step on it at 20 Miles per hour one Accident in 61 is fatal while at 50 or More Miles per hour one Accident til every la produces a Corpse. I champions old setup retired after 57 years of teaching. Miss Annie r. Taaffee has a seen a lot of water go under the educational Bridge but the methods of nearly six decades ago still have her vote she stated in a recent interview Down new Orleans Way. There weren to any regulation textbooks As there Are today the Veteran teacher said and the teachers used just whatever books the children the review tests of each find were written by the teacher. In commenting on the old time if Mory system the instructor declared Quot we taught the children to memorize tile main facts in arithmetic geography and history and other subjects. They done to Stre amps memory much these Days and i bet the grandmothers know their facts right now better than pupils in schools arithmetic was a Staple item for Scholastic diet in the Early Days mrs Taaffee pointed out. There would be Oral quizzes on arithmetic tables almost every Day one Day with addition and subtraction and 1 the next Day with multiplication i my division. Quot id stand behind them in a Row j and fire questions at them and if they did no to know what 7 time 6 was almost before i d finished asking tile question they went to the foot of the class. They did no to pout about it either and the parents did t Side with the children. They were always on the teachers a not what it used to be there is no Romance in being a Gaucho one of those reputedly rough Riding pantaloons a figures from Argentina. There Are la of them now stationed Back in flew York state taking care of 37 horses Worth $100,000 belonging to the famed Argentine soloists who la arrive later in the summer to play in the United states open tournament. And they All say Chat being a Gaucho Isnit what it was too years ago. They still Wear the picturesque pantaloons and the ankle boots they still live a life of tending horses and they All scorn the City but says Edward Mclaughlin Wile Speaks English haltingly but whose red face tells of grandparents who went to Argentine from Ireland a a we re just grooms. We go when j they Send the horses. No More fun and adventure being a Gaucho. Only in the movies Tuc i ii devoted it to the Progress an Sper by o Arcadia vol. Vii., no. I so r Jill 5 v a there is quite a few of us who can read what to some people is bad news without feeling it. Its like Readin about an earthquake in South America or a flood in China it ainu to that we Jot extra courage but we do put ourselves in shape to read such news without Lettin it get us Down in a talking about when it says. Jim Carroll a Stock Market toboggans Quot the paper i read had that head in big letters and alongside of it in Small print. c. F. Stalcup of 1026 Golden we est. Arcadia shown at top grading a Back for one of his violins which have become widely known for their Quality and tone. In the lower photo the violin maker who turned a Hobby into a profitable profession is shown holding two violins the one in his right hand being the first he Ever turned out. The Large stringed instrument at the right was also recently completed at his studio scene of an outdoor Musicale recently attended by 1200 music lovers of this territory. Japanese hold upper hand in War about piping area As chinese reinforcements move North in flitted la a Ltd in hostilities disturbing Washington july 30�?pres. to Day described tin Chiles japanese hostilities in North China As very disturbing and said he intends to remain in or near the White House Over the week end to keel in touch wit i the situation. By John it. Morris United press staff correspondent Shanghai july 30 it up it a chinese government army pourer northward today apparently a Day too late to Challenge the japanese War machine to a finish fight. Authoritative reports from banking tile National capital said that the vanguards of the government troops Bact arrived in the neighbourhood of but the dispatches Winch arrived Nensin and at Ching Toto Lien a aver espied communications sys Light Miles Southwest of piping. Terns and the United states Marine wireless station at piping showed but they arrived disjointed Dis that now the japanese were masters. Latches indicated to find that hic Northern troops had broken. The Issue of peace or War renamed to be decided. The Central government seemed steeled to resist my japanese attempt to extend domination Over piping and Tient in. And make them Vassal cities of the emperor. Central government troop and munitions trains were moving northward to parting fun 75 Miles South of piping on the Hankow Railroad and thence on to tire War area. There were Many indications that they had driven the chinese troops out of tientsin and were searching the City for snipers. They had blasted chinese troops apparently from the Tun Chow area East of piping where the chinese stormed and probably annihilated a a Small japanese Force. They had cleared tire piping neighbourhood o anti japanese or pro chinese troops. A japanese sponsored government filled at piping. At piping tientsin and Tun Chow. Wireless advices indicated. There was some fight org still. But mopping up squads were doing most of tire work. The or St serious operation was at Tun Chow 15 Miles East of Pep this time the government might governor to sign pension i turn angry talk into determined a Tion if it was pressed too far for ing. There chinese were believed to yours. Jim. There was danger of a revolution it have wiped out a detachment of too Sunset features copyright 1937 it capitulated too plainly. Japanese troops. Arcadia California Friday july 30, 1937 single copy 5c Hobby converted into profession $. Jar Ohe set for named Leader september to selected for yearly party of Lodge in Monrovia big crowd expected summer Calendar disclosed by masonic order As Many events scheduled the Amnia Beefsteak feed. Up Aion ii Ca h fall by the Monrovia a onic Lodge will be held this year on tile evening of september to. It was announced today in a bulletin sent to All members of the organization. Held for several years on the a Awn of the masonic Temple on foothill Boulevard in Monrovia. Hie Beefsteak feed is one of Southern californians most noted social a vents. Thousands of persons attend this function every year with dinner being served cafeteria style to masons from All parts of the nation. Tip top Talent in entertainment performers have always appeared on he evening s program with Brief talks also being Given by leading officials of the Lodge. The bulletin card sent to members also disclosed the following vents scheduled for the remainder of the summer months August 3�?o. E. S., stated meeting. Pot uck dinner. August 9�?sojourner Lodge no 107, stated meeting August Llu Monrovia command try stated concave August 12�?Monrovia Lodge no. F 308. Stated meeting. August 13�?job�?Ts daughters party at Mountain View swimming Pool i p. In. Pot Luck supper. 6 30 p. In. August 18�?royal arc i chapter lated meeting Mark master decree. 14th birthday party 6 30 p. In. Dinner. August 27�?job�?Ts daughters regular meeting 1 30 p. In. August 31�?0. E. A. Fifth tuesday card party 8 p. In. Oehl ii on news staff major Elmer e e. Swanton of Arcadia whose election is assured As commander of the retired menus Post no. 385, american legion giving Arcadia two american legion Post leaders this year. Hie Honor City boasts of two legion unit commanders with election of major Swanton Law Ava United press news flashes friction flares London july 30 up a friction Between Germany and Russia flared into the open today at a sub Eom Mittie meeting of the Spanish no intervention committee. German ambassador von accused the soviets of starting the Spanish War and also charged that Russia had destroyed British plan to restore the wrecked non intervention scheme. An Honor unique among cities the size of Arcadia was noted Here today with the announcement of the nomination of major Elmer e. E. Swanton of Floral Avenue As commander of the retired menus Post no. 38�. American legion the Only legion Post in the United states which is composed of officers and men who have served 30 years in either the army Navy or Marine corps. Reports Given the Tribune reveal that the nomination to this Post is tantamount to election. With major Swanton serving As commander of Post 385, the Queen City will have two Post commanders this year with William Krebs serving As Leader of i the Glenn Dyer Post no. 247 with Post Headquarters on n. First Avenue. Major Swanton it is recalled is also an Active member and Leader in the general Harris Gray Otis Post of the veterans of foreign wars of the United states. This foreign service Post is also composed entirely of men who served with the colors in War and whose aggregate service must be at least 30 years. Stars Home robbed Hollywood july 30 up a Gary Coopers Home was burglarized of More than $18,000.00 in jew iry Early today. The movie stars palatial residence Vas ransacked shortly before Coop a and his wife the former Veronica Baile returned from visiting friends. In addition to the gems the burglars took expensive dinner plates my Linen that May raise tile loss to $25,000.00, he said. Complete work Washington july 30 up a the Congress tax avoidance committee completed work today on recommendations for a Bill to close tax loopholes and agree to extradite tin legislation so it May reach tile House floor week after next. Hitch hikers killed Caldwell ida., july 30 h p a Eugene Burton. 14. And Melvin Brown 15. Youthful hitch hikers from Oregon City ore., were killed today when an automobile ran Over them As they Lay sleeping in the Middle of the Oregon Trail Highway five Miles East of Here. The two boys chose transcontinental Highway i. 30 for their Nap. Crew Lai ded Washington. July 30 up a a Captain ii. C. Shepherd acting Dir a Ector of the Bureau of Marine in i Aper Tion and navigation said today that the vessel City of Baltimore was approved for life boat and fire Drill on july 13 and 14. He attributed the Small loss of life when the Steamer burned last night to the Quot skill and Cal in Quot of the Crew. Councilman Hoffman wife return from Cleveland councilman c. C. Hoffman and his wife returned to Arcadia last night from their 19th trip to their old Home town near Cleveland reporting a grand trip. With the hoffmans came miss Ada Murfett sister of mrs. Hoffman who will visit in Arcadia for five or six weeks. According to the councilman the strike situation in Ohio especially in the Mahoning Valley has slowed Down Industry a bit. But it looks As though the a Independent steel companies would win out in their fight against the the hoffmans left Cleveland last monday for Arcadia making stopovers in Missouri Colorado and Arizona. National guardsmen depart on saturday for san Luis Obispo training arcadians on Roll Call Gigantic review programmed As feature of work other Drill outlined Arcadia and Monrovia National guardsmen tomorrow morning will leave the Southland for a two week training siege at san Luis Obispo scene of the annual Call of these units from All sections of the Western states. Thursday and Friday August 5 and 6 there will a a division problem in the Field. Units will leave j Camp thursday morning and will remain in the Field during the night and return to Camp Friday morning exercise covering movement from March column and Assembly areas into Battle position testing execution of orders Communia 1 and occupation of positions under 1 cover of darkness will take place. Saturday morning August 7th, will find a Garrison inspection by battalion commanders. Major Wil j Ham r. Jackson commander will i inspect the second battalion. Company e is part of the second Bat j Talion. Saturday afternoon the entire i Fortieth division reinforced will pass in review before the governors of California Nevada and Utah. The review will be one of the larg est Ever to be held at Camp san j Luis Obispo and Many friends and relatives of the local Ning to witness the spectacle. Visi if a the Monrovia tors Are especially Welcome to at news Post in 192 tend the events at Camp this year. The Monrovia contingent will go to Camp this year with a full assignment of officers and enlisted i men. Several members unable to at i tend Camp Are transformed to the inactive list and picked up into Active duty following the two weeks period. Captain George d. Lowe commander. And lieutenants Glenn m. Street and Herbert w. Taylor Are Locking Forward to a very successful Camp which will Mark the eighth for the local unit. During the past few weeks the personnel has been drilling with full packs receiving instructions on the Maneu vers and told As to what they May expect during the exercises. The unit is slated at this time to arrive Home sometime saturday Pight August 14th. The exact time to be announced later. It hard win Mullen formerly City editor of the Monrovia journal who is now on the staff of the Arcadia news serving As associate editor and advertising manager. Veteran Newspaperman now associate with weekly in Queen City the Arcadia news today announces the addition of a new staff member. Edwin j. Mullen for ten years a Newspaperman with Arcadia and Monrovia papers becomes advertising manager and associate editor of the news and joins Dale Austin in the publishing of arcadians oldest newspaper. Or. Mullen who began his news successor to a. L Mcdaniels May be selected at meeting on thursday night Huntington bids due approval from state Highway department on resurfacing Job expected appointment of a councilman to succeed a l Daniels resigned May be made Public at the next meeting of the City Council scheduled for i tuesday evening in the auditorium of the City Hall. This report was circulated today about the City Hall. By Law however the Council has thirty Days in which to appoint a Board member and if the appointment has not been made in this time a general election must be called within forty Days. Daniels who was serving his second term on the Council resigned two weeks ago from the Council stating in his resignation letter that a heavy schedule of work before him at Camp Richardson on Lake Tahoe would make attendance at meetings impossible. At the time of his resignation Daniels was serving As chairman of the Parks and boulevards committee and was also a member of the finance and Street committees. Meanwhile guesses of various sorts and descriptions have been made on the Likely appointment with a i done to know Quot answers coming from the councilmen who will make their selection known at either unit Are plan j paper work As circulation manage the next session on tuesday or the daily news now has for the past five years been City editor of the Monrovia journal. Previous to that time he was on the staff of the Arcadia journal which later became the Monrovia journal in 1932 and was with the Arcadia news from 1930 to 1932. Although a Young Man he is an first meeting in August. Another expectation is being held for the Council gathering on tuesday in the form of the final approval from the state Highway department on the resurfacing work on Huntingtown drive Between Santa Anita and second avenues. The underground construction company limed in the lowest bid of four is old timer in Arcadia. He came Here timotes read at the last meeting by Townsend ites hold session City Hall auditorium in members of the Arcadia Townsend club last night met in regular weekly session in the auditorium of the City Hall with Rev. J. L. Marks president presiding. In addition to Arcadia towage nites scores of Townsend club members from adjacent san a Brid Valley cities were also in attendance. Car Blaze extinguished Early. A i this morning on first an Early morning Call today by the regulars and volunteers of the Arcadia fire department extinguished the Blaze which started in a car registered t it Charles Golden in the too Block on n. First Avenue. The of clock stated. Needed a All was answered at 4 05 Thi it morning the report with live Gallons of water to extinguish the Blaze. Woe d forbid 3rd term Washington. July 30 up a rep. Hamilton l Al n. Y., told Tho ii use today that Congress should adept a Resolution forbidding a thin presidential Lei it. Local member of rosicrucian gives report on meeting held in san Jose in the somber atmosphere of a physics Laboratory nature has Tak a to designing the patterns and color combinations of gowns and always in Good taste nearly one thousand rosicrucian who attended the eighth annual a. M. O r. C. Rosicrucian convention in san Jose California concluded this month watched this strange phenomenon says mrs. Nora Fine of 105 West Walnut Avenue local member who has just returned from the conclave. Daily says mrs. Fine delegates observed in the Light Laboratory of the order rays of sunlight from a Heli scope which moves so tiny the suns beams May be reflected from it in a fixed position enter mathematically adjusted prisms where the ensuing colors were arranged according to their respective vibratory rates. The color Harmony of the spectrum is most perfect and a great variety of shades and hues can be had by a slight change of the Angle of the prisms. Each band of colors is always in a natural relationship to All others by the addition of refractory mirrors the rays of sunlight form a magnificent a of geometrical patterns peas of Che Eye and easily reproduced commercial purposes. The de with his parents in 1923 and Grad hated from the local High school in 1926. Except for a Brief interval his business career has been devoted to newspaper writing advertising and publicity work. In his new Post he will bring to customers of the news the Benefit of his decade of experience and help them through his thorough knowledge of their problems. He has watched arcadians growth enviously and is enthusiastic Over its Bright future and prospects of still greater development than that of the past few years. Arcadia has its future before it he stated. Former los Angeles Lions Den president brings talk William dressier former president of the los Angeles Den of Lions International yesterday noon at be Derby tavern was the principal speaker of the Day. Dressier stressed his talk on in . In in his informal Mes age to the local group i was introduced by Cecil l. Lacy program chairman of the Day. Charles j. Beery president of the Arcadia Den presided. Four year old girl lost and found in hour s time for a Little More than an hour last night four year old Bernice Nivisson of 2440 Camino real was included on the Quot lost list of the Arcadia police department. But the Little girl was found a few minutes after the Call had been made to the police department and the Quot missing City clerk Harry Nesbitt. Saturday edition of Tribune to be discontinued in keeping with the trend of the times and As practice by Small dailies in the mid West and some sections of California the Arcadia Tribune starting tomorrow will net be published on saturdays according to announcement made today by p. M. Martindale publisher. The Tribune will be published As usual daily except saturdays sundays and Legal holidays. The next Issue of the Tribune will go to press on monday afternoon. Call was earn according at the police b. Niv Ion ii went into pc Egton drive nue intersect turn she hat the Auto mob died. To the station it her ii it eds Kite near tin Ion and i wan do report o her fat Hen on a Bald it upon h red away n file Ler. B As he Hunt i ave Lucy Longo pretty Bride had six Sisters by Lier Side at the altar and so Lucy won her game of Acey Deuce Dupont earnings take a slump from their former Juicy Hump and ult latest heavy sledding May reflect that costly wedding. Lewis helps l a g u a r i it i a Bunch in new York and there s a Hunch that the John i. Lewis grampus ditched the Whatu House Ca la Wampum Ford Assembly Man wan fired since the men whom Ford has hired co initiation scheduled for elks on monday night session to or a a rut Ray ing t for signs Antii Are ill infinite a to thy in number at fashion world. I textile manufacturers Are turning continued on Page two initiation of. Will feature the the monday in Monrovia Long Lent and protein to be staged at on foothill Bou exalted ruler preside Over will be called be the to or meet. 14 Ord elks her Baha Okstein it. Its gob cd of Eyers its a goos into spa of the House Ahna u. Ste Sirn ire Pha it it be of a we aubre in re Iii earn til at 8 in. , Hopkins Lingam of the Trade f. By saying some e name of ii a Orf
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