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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - June 11, 1938, Arcadia, California Arcadia seeks county Aid in improvement of Santa Anita Wash area world news coverage by untied Presa and International Newt service aim Independent fat Jal news paper to read and enjoy exclusive Tribune feature vol. Chi no. 138 weather partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California saturday june la 1938 single copy 5a heh to be Hest of project councilman Murphy proposes filing of Resolution vote is unanimous passed unanimously by the Board City councilman William a. Murphy a proposal to seek county Aid in bringing immediate Aid to Santa Anita Wash from Colorado Boulevard to the Rio Hondo today was being drafted into a Resolution to be presented to the los Angeles county Board of supervisors. Murphy forwarded the suggestion at thursdays adjourned meeting of the Council with City Engineer Glen b. Watson advised to draw up the Resolution. A if not a permanent improvement at least a sound temporary Protection should be Given this area a a councilman Murphy stated and his views were unanimously adopted by the Council group. Surveys Are already underway in the Northern sector of the Wash for improvement. The City Council of the City of Arcadia today were warned by letter 4rom or. J. L. Pomeroy Las Angeles county health officer that f they must recognize the state quarantine on rabies. Complaints from citizens in this area and others in the Southland according to or. Pomeroy state the City authorities were Quot doing nothing to enforce the rabies the letter in part follows a the los Angeles county health department is not so constituted that it May perform the functions 0t a Pound master picking up and impounding stray dogs or dogs in violation of this quarantine order. The Loa Angeles county health department must look to the governing bodies of the various incorporated cities for the necessary assistance in the enforcement of that portion of the act and is placed in the position that upon the failure of the local authorities to properly enforce the quarantine the county health department must of necessity so report to the California state Board of Public health. Quot under Section 7 of the rabies prevention act the state legislature has taken cognizance of such situations by providing special measurer of control for additional enforcement. This Section states a whenever it becomes necessary in the judgment of the state Board of Public health or its Secretary to enforce the provisions of this act in any incorporated City the state department of Public health May Institute special measures of control to supplement the efforts of the local authorities. All expenditures incurred in enforcement of such measure shall be paid As they accrue from the general fund of the incorporated churches unite a for school baccalaureate churches of Arcadia and Monrovia tomorrow night will cancel evening services to unite in the baccalaureate observances of the 1938 graduating class of Monrovia arca Dia Duarte High school in the school auditorium. Or. J. Lewis Gillie will bring the principal message of the evening talking on the theme a dollars or i the invocation will be Given by or. N. Milo Fiske pastor of the Arcadia Community Church. Slum clearance housing to be citizens subject slum clearance and housing problems will be the theme of citizens Bupper of the planning housing Section of the Institute of government. University of Southern California. Thursday night. June 16, it was announced this afternoon by county supervisor Ford chairman of the supper event. London Paris Brussels jeopardized As noontime quakes Rock capitals today a news in pictures Young farm hand held after confessing crime at left is Franklin Pierce Mccall 21, of Princeton fir., held for the Kidnap murder of Jimmy Cash 5, whose body was found in a Palmetto Thicket. Mccall a neighbor of the boys parents is shown above with sheriff d. C. Coleman of Dade county. Prisoners of War questioned by newspapermen japanese prisoners quizzed Sci be in Hankow China As japanese prisoners right Are interviewed by foreign correspondents left through the Aid of an interpret i Center. Hankow strategic City on the piping railway and temporary capital of China is seen As the next objective the japanese forces Hope to capture As a new drive is opened through Central China congressmen have Gay time at club party former congressman Joseph h. Himes held an Outing of the a merry men of the Alfalfa club at Bis farm near Frederick md., and Here representative Bertrand h. Snell of new York left and senator Pat Harrison go for a Canter to nowhere on these stationary nags. They also helped mow a Quarter acre of Alfalfa _ _ _ _ _. Tik shit to j. Arcadia groups appreciate Aidt f daily Tribune the following letters were received today by a. Harold noon publisher of the Arcadia daily Tribune Arcadia news and san Gabriel Valley topics or. A. Harld noon publisher Arcadia Tribune. Dear sir we want to thank you for advertising and publishing the lecture recently presented by this Church As Well As the weekly notices printed. We truly appreciate your kindly attitude. Sincerely yours Board of directors. First Church of Christ scientist Arcadia. Signed by Faith Combs clerk. Arcadia California june 8, 1938 or. A. Harold noon president and publisher Arcadia Tribune Arcadia California. Dear or. Noon the recent charter night of the Arcadia club toastmasters International was a very successful occasion. We feel that the generous publicity extended by the Arcadia Tribune played no Small part in getting our newly organized club off to an auspicious beginning. Your support was greatly appreciated by each of our members. If at any time you see the Opportunity for a group of this Type to promote the general welfare of the City of Arcadia you May expect our wholehearted cooperation. Sincerely yours Arcadia toastmasters club. Signed Robert l. Walker Secretary treasurer. Stir i a cd Viv ii tfx a a nil a i a to world wide news flashes Gami i a Ijuin a a my no Inix i cup to u. S. Wimbledon England june la. Ins a mrs. Helen wills Moody of California assured the United states of its eighth straight Victory Over England in Wightman cup Tennis Competition today when she Defeated Ray stammers ranking British Star 6-2. 3-6, 6-3. Approval Given costly swim suit Rancho Santa Anita seeking More than $3,000 in refund complaint court decision on the City of read a s Quot disputed Quot tax rate for 1937-38. Challenged by Rancho Santa Aluta and other Large property holders in demands for refunds will be unfolded on tuesday when the Issue goes to trial in los an gel a. Alleging arcadians tax rate was a a excess Ive illegal erroneous and void a the Rancho through the Law firm of state and Dawson is seeking More than $3,000 in refunds in the a test Case Quot with other demands on file with the City Council. $1.53 Quot illegal Quot of the tax rate of $1.70 per $100 assessed valuation $1.53 is a illegal a the Rancho a complaint held up in demurrer hearings several weeks ago charges. Arcadia is represented by the tax Law firm of Burke Marshall. Hixon and Burke and City attorney William r. Elam. Emge Kreis effected it or Arnolts report minor damage from temblor entered in English Channel sector Paris june la. Up a Earth tremors mild but distinct were Felt in Paris Brussels and London at noontime today. Strong tremors were Felt in Bra Sels and Many people rushed into the streets. Houses Shook noticeably. The Shock Here was Felt Moat strongly in the Vau Girard Quarter in the Southwest part of the City but was insufficient to cause damage. Desks in the United press office swayed slightly. But done to go near the water Darling daughter had better rot go near the water in this bathing suit. Not that the suit does no to comply with the Law of modesty Atlantic City Beach patrol Captain Harry ates putting the Okay on that but it is made of Ermine the most expensive of All furs. The wearer is Ethel Farrell. P. So the suit Cost $5,000. Brussels june la. Ins a excitement reigned in Brussels today when a series of Earth tremors lasting almost 20 minutes rocked Largo Arear of Belgium. Windows were shattered chimneys toppled and Telephone lines were disrupted by the quakes. Thousands of persons rushed from their Home into the boulevards and newspaper offices were swamped with queries concerning the disturbance. The quakes also were Felt in spree Charleroi and Antwerp. Kin of Pioneer Dalton family to be married tomorrow As historic Bells toll out message of great historical significance to the san Gabriel Valley will be the marriage of miss Irene Dawn Leighton to Edward William Gillespie tomorrow afternoon in the spacious gardens of the Roger p. Dalton estate in Canyon Road. Azusa. Miss Leighton a Niece of or. And Ore Hurt in John Deigan i of los Angeles today was nursing a bruised left Eye received late yesterday in a Freak car crash on West Huntington drive Between Baldwin Avenue and Mich Llinda Road. Riding As a passenger in a car driven by Milazo Gaitano. 808 Judson Street los Angeles Deigan i was Hurt when the vehicle was turned Over in the ditch North of the Boulevard. John Segreto. Another passenger in the car was uninjured. According to reports Given police. Gaitano. Driving West on Huntington failed to see the car ahead of him slow Down following traffic. Swerving to the right to avoid striking the Auto Gaitanos vehicle careened into the ditch turning Over. Regulars volunteers take part in fire Drill mrs. Dalton is a member of the Pioneer Dalton family the descendants of the land Baron Henry f. Dalton owner of the Santa Anita san Franci Quito and Azusa Rancho comprising 70 Square Miles in All. Old Bell she will be wed under a spreading Maple tree by father Sweeney Paster of St. Francis Church and an old Bell cast in 1845 in Mexico for Henry Dalton and brought to California by boat from Mazatlan i conveyed in a lumbering Carreta Overland from san Pedro will be used to toll the glad tidings of the j event. I because of the almost boundless i area of the Rancho the Bell was i used to Call labourers to and from j their work and to notify Dalton and his foremen of visitors and callers. It has been said by old-1 timers that in the Early Days its i Silvery Tongue could be heard As far away As Puente. Residents of the past set their i time pieces by the regular notes i of the Bell and it has tolled at Many a colourful Early Day wedding. Miss Leighton will be Given in marriage by her Uncle Roger p. Dalton candidate for supervisor for the first District widely known in the Valley. By Kingsbury Smith Unm staff correspondent London. June Llu Case hard ened to excitement by political crisis and periodic War scares London thrilled to a new experience today when a Sharp earthquake Felt i Over a wide area of England and on the continent rocked the capital. For five minutes the City shuddered and trembled and for 60 seconds of this time the disturbance was officially described As the quake struck at one minute before noon when the streets were jammed with pedestrians and hotels restaurants and shops filled to capacity. Last 20 minute in Brussels and other cities of Belgium the quakes lasted for 30 minutes causing minor damage such As broken windows and dismantled chimneys. They were Felt also la Paris and dispatches from the continued on Page 4 floods add to peril Hankow june la. Ins a through great gaps in the Dike caused by japanese artillery the Waters of the mighty yellow River began pouring today flooding vat areas in Northern Honan. Regulars and volunteers of the Arcadia fire department last night participated in the monthly fire Drill held at the Wheeler Street station under the supervision of chief James r. Nellis. Salvage work was the subject of the Drill. An informal gathering followed the Drill the latter function staged at the Baldwin Avenue Hall. Faster service announced by i Nion Pacific Heads faster service Between Southern California and Kansas City and Between Southern California and Denver is now effective on tile Union Pacific. A. V. Kipp assistant traffic manager announced today. Fiestas grand prize displayed at City Hall a modern Gas Range grand prize to be Given away at la fiesta de la Santa Anita on june 26�?is now on display in the lobby of the City Hall auditorium the fiesta sponsored by the Church of the holy Angels will be staged at Santa Anita Racetrack As an a la Day affair with a Sterling program outlined to accompany the 65 cent dinner. Committees handling arrangements for the fiesta this afternoon announced All preliminary work completed. The colourful san Gabriel Mission dancing troupe and sheriff Eugene w Buca Luz Quot championship pistol team head the entertainment program. Arcadia rotary club members today had a a different outlooks on the new county Park Here following Brief talks brought at yesterdays dinner meeting by w. A. Bill Treadwell Engineer in charge of construction William j. Mcfarland i recreational supervisor and w. J. Humphries Arcadia chamber of Commerce director. The latter served As program chairman of the Day and introduced i the Park officials to the clubman. Inspect Park following the noon session the clubman including a group from the Baldwin Park unit and other close i by communities inspected the 189-1 acre playground. Visiting rotarians at yesterdays meeting were a l. Chandler. George Wayland a d. Meyers Fred Heth w i. Schroeter Harold he Cox High Gardner and Luke Hahn. Baldwin Park John Harbison Pasadena Dan b White and w g Wheatley. Azusa Hal Miller. Alhambra Claire Thompson Bellflower Henry Hinrichs Erie up and oar Well Monrovia. High school student guest for Hie Day was Robert Wor i Den. Name guest guests included John record Lloyd Nelson Mcfarland and w h. Van be use to ten president b. L. Gillette presided
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