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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 9, 1938, Arcadia, California Page six Arcadia daily Tribune thursday june 9, 1938 Charity Days on Del mar race schedule or Del mar turf club during its second annual summer race meeting running from july 29 through september 5, will schedule in its program two Charity Days. These great events will be sponsored by the benevolent and protective order of elks of san Diego. Lodge 168. And by the knights of Columbus of san Diego. Tile Advance ticket sales will be conducted by the elks and the knights of Columbus and these tickets will be obtainable at All lodges and councils of these orders. Individual members of the organizations May also be contacted for tickets. Tile elks will hold their Charity Day on thursday. August 4. And the knights of Columbus have been allotted thursday August 25. The proceeds will be donated to the Many worthy charities carried on by the two orders. Advance preparations Are already under Way which will make these two Charity Days outstanding event on the racing program of the Dei mar turf club. Jockey list is announced for Inglewood track Eddie Hayes major Domo of hol Alvwood Parks jockey room is on the Job and has prepared a list of riders who have been licensed for engagements during the forthcoming Inglewood meeting. Tile list follows More pilots j. Adams. G. Burns. F. Chojnacki i r. Christensen. S Connell a. Cim Panelli h. Chan s. Coucci w. Dennis h. Elston m. L. Fallon a. Fer j min j. Foley. A. Gray. M. Griffin. C. Greenwald b. James l. Jones l. Knapp. W. Irishman f. Millman p. Mclean t. A Lear n. Merritt w. Morrissey d. Mcdermott d. Neal c. Pierce. 8. Perkins n. Richardson w. Root w. Robertson g. Russo t. Sena. C. Shultz d. Smith. W. R. Smith v. Thompson e. Tucker c. Turk o. Webster e. Yager. National open gets underway on Denver links by James l. Kilgallen intermit tonal Sere ire it in not writer Denver. June 9.-�?Over one of the most deceptive and treacherous courses in the country and against the picturesque background of Snow capped mountains 170 top flight golfers today Start a 72-Hole three Day Battle for the 42nd annual National open championship at Cherry Hills. By saturday evening one Man will loom Forth As the 1938 Champion and to him will go a Silver cup a Check for $1,000 and the Opportunity to Cash in on Fame. Ralph Guldahl Madison n. J., the 1937 Winner of the open was among the Large Field of amateurs and professionals. Good As he is the chances were Remote he will repeat. Five Star flashes from the Ball Fields _ will awards Toper in jail too costly Saint John n. B., june 9�? it up it a if the municipal Council has its Way a night in jail is All that tippers Are going to get in the future. The Council is seeking revision of the liquor Law providing a month s sentence for common drunkenness. It costs the City too much the Council said to enforce the Law. Links vet a Francis Ouimet Captain of the United states Walker cup Golf forces gets off a Long drive in a practice round at Sunningdale links. Berkshire England. Later the Boston Veteran scored America s initial Victory in the first round of the British Amateur championship at Troon Scotland. In interim in ii i new Quot a Litrel Rudy York and Tommy Bridges for the former a twelfth Homer and the Laders five hit pitching the tigers beating the a a 5 to i. I a Lacer whose six hit pitching j gave the pirates a 4-1 decision Over i the bees. Jimmy Foxx whose 16th and 17th j homers helped the rial sox beat the j indians 7-6. Mel Oft. Whose 12th Homer gave the giants a 10-inning 4-2 decision Over the cubs in the first game a Dcarl Hubbell whose steady pitching f in the pinches won the second game a 4-1. Gerry Walker whose three run Homer in the find game tied the score in the ninth and whose single in the i3th sent in the winning run As the White sox Bent the yanks 11-10. Texan 80, grows Safe fort Worth tex., june 9 a up is. Adkins. 80. Thinks he must be getting soft. He started his annual walk from Dallas to the Home of a daughter Here. A distance of 30 Miles and was forced to ride half the Way on a bus when his foot began hurting. And has made the journey on foot a fire that struck their City each birthday for several years. Mrs. Hilda Valatie Telephone operator Ami Sanders a. Overstreet Telephone company manager of Canyon City ore., who have been p Van Bronze medals for heroism overnight sports review 4 la it intermit it nil Nim Sere ire worlds record for the mile May i he broken at Princeton june 18 j when Glenn Cunningham starts1 against a great Field of runners. First baseman Jimmy Foxx of the Boston red Stix now has 17 homers. I ticket orders for Schmeling Loui championship fight continue to pour in. Promoter Mike Jacobs says. Sam Snead continued 4-1 favorite j to win National open at Denver. Schmeling and Louis let up on training for the Day in preparation for their championship fight june1 travel Congress to be held in s. F. San Francisco june 9 Des j tined to Cement Friendship Between the United states and latin America plans for holding the third inter american travel Congress As part of the 1939 Golden Gate in j to rational exposition Here Are being seeded on an International front every country in latin America the United states and Canada will take part. Sponsored jointly by the pan american Union and the Golden Gate International exposition this important International Congress will open on treasure Island site of the worlds fair of the West. Old timers fete planned for Rabbit class Quot old timers night will be observed this evening by the Rabbit husbandry class of the Al Monte High school adult education department including several Arcadia residents it was announced today by a m. Stodel instructor. Nationally known figures invited to attend include Lewis h. Sals Bury and James t Jenkins Pasadena c s Gibson i of Angeles or. Burton c. Plait exhibitor in tile California state fair of 1880 and mrs. Etta e. Powers and other outstanding women of the Industry. The meeting is called for 8 of clock with a table show scheduled As the highlight of the closing meeting of the school term. Water rate system of City to be investigated City attorney William Elam today was instructed to investigate Arcadia s water rate Structure following receipt of letters protesting against tin a a unfair minimum setup for courts and other buildings. C. A. Wilson 25 South fourth Avenue filed his protest with a verbal complaint voiced by de la flamme of the Arcade building on East Huntington drive. Former Arcadian on visit to Southland Jack Rhine former resident of the City of Arcadia and graduate of the local High school where he starred in football today returned to Southern California for a two weeks vacation visit Here. Employed with the Bridge division of the state Highway department in Texas Rhine was accompanied by his three year old son John Collins Rhine for to trip to Arcadia to visit with his Niota or mrs. L. Rhine 23 Owen Avenue. Neuhas. Czechoslovakia june 9 up a Johann Kolar 22-year-pld son of a Timber merchant committed suicide Here by beheading himself. In his fathers Sawmill was a circular saw. Kolar turned the current on and then Laid his head on the saw. Women reduce the i Safe Way lion in it la of women sri taking off fat safely. Without dieting or exercising. With lax id fat i reducing treatment. It is removing fat from them just As it did from Lawrence Mack when he lost 128 pounds in 12 months while taking it. These women find Flint lax id i is absolutely Safe to take. It does not contain Dinitri phenol. Thyroid 1 or phenol in any form. All the ingredients in lax id treatment have i been used by physicians for 50 years. Try it on our Money Hack guarantee. Get lax id today from your frug or a department store Arcadia Cut rate Dps Douglas drug co. Hawaiians will perform in swim contest Cleburne tex., june 9 up a local firemen thought it was a joke when someone telephoned an alarm that a the waterworks Are on fire a they answered the Call and found that a Small shed near the water Plant was on fire. Damage was estimated at $100. A crack team of nine hawaiian swimmers will lend a Semi International aspect to the second National aquatic show to be held in the Las Angeles olympic swim stadium july 2, 3. And 4. James Cairns president of the los Angeles Junior chamber of Commerce announced today. Led by famous Duke Kahana Moku the islanders eight men and a girls arrive at los Angeles Harbor june 28 to compete with outstanding american Continental swimmers As a prelude to their Strong bid for places on the american swimming team in the 1940 Tokio olympics at Hawaii a Back door. Primaries after Congress ends will test Roosevelt a prestige by Mark Sullivan on the last Day of president Roosevelt a week end vacation at his Home at Hyde Park the most important news from Hyde Park had to do with the government reorganization Bill. The dispatches said that the president immediately on his return to Washington would take up with his leaders in Congress the question of reviving the government reorganization Bill. After or. Roosevelt returned he had a conference with his congressional leaders. Subsequently he held one of his regular press conferences. At the press conference in response to a question he said that any announcement about the government reorganization Bill would come directly from the leaders in Congress. Still later the leaders in Congress gave out a formal statement. They said that Quot no further Effort will be made to pass the reorganization Bill at this they added that in their opinion the american people Quot overwhelmingly desire some kind of government reorganization and that at the convening of the new Congress next january the subject would be taken up. What Lay Back of this mane vering for understanding we had Best turn away from the government reorganization Bill. Let us turn to a wholly different Bill the wage hour Bill and the course it took in Congress. Pay hour Bill Case cited a wage hour Bill was Defeated in the House in december by a vote of 216 to 198. The defeat while narrow was sensational. It was the first resistance by the House to the presidents new Deal program. Because of this the defeat was universally recognized As a setback for the president. As such it was comparable to the Senate a rejection of his court measure. For More than three months the president s prestige was in decline. During that period he took several Steps which were generally regarded As inexpedient from the Point of View of his own interest. One was his giving out of a letter on March 31, in which be said a i have no inclination to be a the inexperience of the president s action was interpreted by his opponents certainly As evidence of inner disquiet caused by his loss of prestige. Then came on May 3. The Florida primary. A candidate senator Pepper who ran As a too per cent new dealer and who had Boen publicly endorsed by the presidents seere tary son was conspicuously victorious. At once the political atmosphere changed. At once the president s prestige Rose. The a evident recognized it his critics and opponents recognized it. Tile president was buoyant. To pressed his advantage on several fronts. The Walt the and hour Bill previous v Defeated was again brought Forward in the House on May 24 tire House passed the wage hour Bill by a vote of 314 to 97�?the same House which four months Beloid had rejected the Bill by 216 to 198. True the wage hour Bill which the House passed was materially different from the one it had previously Defeated. At once some of the presidents advisers and almost certainly the president himself were moved to press for still further advantage. They turned to another rebuke the House had administered on a different Bill the government reorganization Bill. They considered having this rebuke also reversed. They considered reintroduction of the government reorganization Bill. About this too. The rebellious House would be a put on the about this too the House would be forced to Swallow its previous action. But the presidents leaders in Congress declined to help. Where does this leave us the government reorganization Bill is put off until the next Congress a new Congress whose membership will be determined by next november s elections. But How about the larger question How goes the presidents fight to restore his prestige particularly to make his party in Congress subservient to him the principal present objective of the fight is to a a purge the democratic senators and representatives who have opposed the presidents measures especially those democratic senators who last summer opposed the president s court measure. Against these War was declared immediately after the president received encouragement in the Florida primary. Rather the War was not declared it is As with Japan and China carried on without being openly declared. Quot purge plans mapped senator Gillette was to be Defeated for renomination in Iowa. Senator Smith of South Carolina was threatened by a rival who announced his candidacy from the Steps of the White House. Against senator George of Georgia dark threat was made a potential rival. Governor Rivers was a visitor at the White House. Threat was directed at senator tidings of Maryland. Against senator Van nuts of Indiana doom had already been declared. Hand in hand with War against the democratic senators who had opposed the court measure went assistance Tor those who had stood with the president on that measure. To senator Mcadoo of California the president wrote a Public letter saying he hoped senator Mcadoo would remain in Public life which was much the same As the president saying to the democrats of Ca that he hoped Thev v a id renominated or. Mcadoo for senator. The outcome of the War will App a in the democratic primaries place from now until september cop Vrr it 1938, new York Tribune i in. 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