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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - March 3, 1938, Arcadia, California City election Board personnel Given As registration deadline nears world wide no we coverage by United press and International news service an Independent f a i newspaper a a daily j a radians this is your newspaper vol. Via no. 52 cur on weather a ruled with occasional showers. Arcadia California thursday March 15, 19158 single copy 5c he advises arcadians urged to Register by Midnight papers yet to be filed files papers k. L. Elrid 115 South fifth ave nue in Arcadia contractor today filed nomination papers for one of the four year Terras on the City Connell. The papers were filed with City Clark Harry Nesbitt. Those signing kiddos nomination petition were John m. Mckenna 1414 Baldwin Avenue Clarence e. Van Wormer 46 Fano Street Lawrence Miller 50 Fano Street Ida l. Curtis 34 Fano Street c. A. Wilson 334 East Huntington drive Harry b. Randall to Alta and Jim Krahl 47 fifth Avenue. Kidd was the first Arcadian to file papers for the election april 12. Candidates have until March 12 to file with the City clerk. Inspectors judges and clerks to handle the ballots and tally votes at the five consolidated precinct polls at the april 12 general municipal election today were announced by City clerk Harry Nesbitt. Registration of voters in Arcadia closes at Midnight tonight with All new residents and arcadians who have changed their addresses since the last presidential election were urged to make themselves eligible to vote. Personnel Given the Complete personnel of the election Board follows consolidated precinct Ernest Tyndal inspector Charles m. Smith judge mrs. Ruby m. Willey clerk mrs. Laura Ltd Walters clerk. Consolidated precinct of. T. Arthur r. Eastwood inspector mrs. Florence j. Muller judge mrs. Marlon g. Groft clerk mrs. Nellie g. Schrader clerk. Stark named consolidated precinct no. 3 Leonard j. Stark inspector mrs. Ellen m. Norris judge mrs. S. Kathryn Campbell clerk mrs. Esther Erick son clerk. Consolidated precinct no. 4 Theodore t. Mauch inspector miss Mary g. Mclnnis judge mrs. Adele l. Cousins clerk mrs. Florence a. Lafever clerk. Consolidated precinct no. 5 miss Grace d. Mccurdy inspector mrs. I nine he death toll Chhit pkg damage figures Cumb Feid Dud faint Hope held that ship is Safe on Snow covered Mountain Meadow As flood Waters cover Southland champions will Parade in dog show at Santa Anita Park mar. 19-20 by not a a nor Var Fresno mar. 3�?the nine persons aboard the luxury transport plane missing since tuesday night were feared dead today As an army of searchers fought Snow and rain in a mountainous area 60-Miles East of Fresno. Twa officials owners of the plane still held a faint Hope that the ship made a forced Landing during the storm and that the occupants still were alive. Generally however it was Felt that the Airliner had crashed and the passengers and Crew killed. Adviser know Boris Karloff bogy Man of the screen then meet his brother above sir John Pratt. Sir John is a noted British lawyer and chief adviser on far Eastern affairs for the British government. Here he is in route on his bicycle to the foreign office in London. Galley slave s by vnit1 pre Fresno. Mar. 3�?the Only Hope today for the safety of nine persons aboard a transcontinental and Western air express transport plane that vanished tuesday night was tha the plane had been landed in the 8-foot Snow that blanked tile mountains East of Here. The plane Enro Ute from san Francisco to los Angeles with six passengers and a Crew of three last was heard from shortly after 9 p. In. Tuesday night. At that time it was believed to have been in the Vicinity of Shaver Lake approximately 45-Miles Northeast of Here. Donald Black spokesman Tor the airways said there was a every possibility that the Craft landed safely in a Snow covered Mountain Santa Anita Park mar. 3�? with a serious threat of flood overshadowing Santa Anita Park 3,000 spectators huddled together in the stands for yesterdays racing program. Wires were Down from All Points with the exception of one trunk line to los angelas from the track. In spite of the inclement and threatening weather Santa Anita was in no danger and racing went Pershing gains. Strength in a a a death fight by United Prem Tucson ari., mar. 3�?general John j. Pershing gained strength today in his fight against a damaged heart and poisoned kidneys and his friends talked cheerfully of convalescence and ultimate recovery. Sgt. Crawford c. Shaeffer for 17-years Pershing a personal aide declared that the aged general had a got his old spirit ordered Helo Santa Anita Wash recedes a schools closed South Arcadia under water by intern ii Ionel a a heroic los Angeles mar. 3�?weather forecasts issued late this afternoon disclosed that a new storm is heading towards Southern California from the North. Jewell clerk. Convict in cell i Wax of in ii Una i Auu Laving Wuhu a a a a clerk mrs Lillian on As usual with the inning of the at sail Quentin Cille Williams clerk mrs. Lawai Barbara stakes m the Fea j a a Ture of the program. A amp ills Coll filly Victor i Galley slave two year old Gino i by in it cd pre filly who holds the worlds record i san Francisco mar. 3�?mayer for three furlongs won the $5,000 Golas 33, a convict at san Quentin added Santa Barbara from a Good i prison hanged himself in his cell Field of juveniles negotiating the Early today. Twice lately Golas who is from los Angeles climbed a Light Tower at san Quentin and refused to come Down until driven from hts pole sitting by cold and hunger. Recently he was under mental Observance prison authorities report Don de. I in it of ii a a w Iii Iii i ii i ii i in a i pm world wide choices in champions Cousin of the Wolf jackal and Fox the dog. First animal to be domesticated and Only Domestic animal of the old Stone age Lias trotted along at the heels of his master throughout the Ages. Even As Man has risen in intelligence and stature so has the dog. Now is the time of the annual Kernel exhibitions. Throughout the country the champions proud of bearing compete for honors. Here Are some of the Blue rib boners seen at american Kennel shows this season. Left to right top Black poodle Champion Pilli Coc Rumpelstiltskin. Owned by mrs. Milton Erlanger Elberon. N. J. English setter Daro of Maridora owned by Dwight w. Ellis East Longmeadow mass., Best dog in show at Westminster Kennel club exhibition new York samoyed Prince Igor ii owned by mgr. Robert f. Keegan new York City. Bottom left to right Boxer Champion Lustig von Dom of Bulgey Wood owned by Bulgey Wood kennels Chicago wirehaired Fox terrier. Champion Flornell spicy piece of Harleston owned by Stanley j. Halle Chappaqua n. Y. Dachshund Champion Fox von Teckel Hof owned by Hugh of Neill Joplin to. Ohta is 30,000 Square Miles in Southern California affected by damaging life taking flood elder Welty by not we Bervie los Angeles mar. 3�?the death toll mounted grimly today As Waters started receding in Las Angeles county a greatest flood in 54 years. Thirty two were known dead and 59 others feared dead As the weather Bureau gave Hope that the end of the 5-Day storm was in sight. 10,000 homeless More than la inches of rain fell in los Angeles during the storm. Ten thousand persons were homeless in Southern California. 6,000 of them in the Las Angeles Vicinity. More than 1.000 Homes were abandoned Many of them collapsed and shattered storm damage was estimated at ten million Dollar. State highways extending through the City of Arcadia will be striped in the new Standard As adopted by the state division of highways j it was announced today by s. V. Cortelyou Engineer. In Accord with a policy set up in the state of California the division of highways will Mark the streets in the Standard fashion City Engineer Glenn Watson was informed this afternoon financing of the work in Arcadia will come from the City a share of the Tate gasoline tax moneys Watson was advised. Quot a Quot a Santa Anita selections for tomorrow by Eddie read extremely Sloppy going through a driving rain in 34 2-5 seconds. It was Galley slave s third Start and third Triumph. The Victory was Worth $5400 for her owner Alfred Gynne Vanderbilt. Dixiana farms pair. Batter and likly lad followed the filly across the wire manners was fourth. By William Hillman by interim i limn i a Kwh service copyright 1938 London mar. 2�?details of Brit californians by United press is Angeles. Mar. 3 and destruction extended Over a forma from the Mojave and Nevada death deserts. Heavy losses were suffered in the Rich Citrus areas. The Long Beach Ai Ca of 30,000-Miles in Southern Wilmington signal Hill and Hunt Rich a in a Gigantic rearmament program residential districts today after the designed to parallel her diplomatic worst rainstorm in a Quarter of a offensive were officially unveiled Century. The City of los Angeles was isolated. Railroad Highway and air traffic was halted in All directions. Tonight. Exceeds estimate a government a White paper in a Cap horses in workouts several candidates for saturdays Santa Anita Handicap were on the track Between the third and fourth races yesterday. Poppoon made the Best move turning the mile and one eighth in 1 57 4-5. Today and go sum went the same distance the former working in 1 58 while go sum turned the route in 2 minutes Flat. News flashes a a 11ilivm in or a re a a Mil workout in mud Santa Anita Park. Mar. 3�? ins a spicy mud work was turned i today by thre Santa Anita Handicap nominees. Sea biscuit went three quarters in 1 15 3-5 on a track that was deep in mud. Scene shifter and stage the plan was pictured As stabilizing Europe s disturbed situation. The announcement reveals the rearmament scheme will exceed the most communication systems were Down. Schools were closed big department stores shut their doors be original estimate of 7500 million cause there were no customers and dollars a towing to the growing Power and Cost of new surveying Progress already achieved the government added the program is Quot based on the Assumption the Steps taken to make Good the British defences Weie unavoidable and will furnish a steadying influx hand racing together went a mile ence in the present state of inter Arcadia schools will be closed tomorrow in 1 42 4/5. The former was ahead of his running mate by a narrow margin in their a workout i. Fio Smoor Nancy Rogge Herman jr., 2, i Mebine Tea hound. Hosford nimble Arunde 3. Jack be Jean Cloud 4 Pep talk town i Hun Indian 5. Tedium Bright news Osc ulate 6. Calaveras the Flower Iron Hills 7. Baltimore boy Boston Brook onus 8. Tornillo interpreter miss Bam beat Belg Jack be nimble in 3rd. Owing to flood and weather conditions there will be no school classes held in Arcadia tomorrow. This announcement was made to the Arcadia daily Tribune late this afternoon by e. E. Wester House Arcadia superintendent of schools. Or. Westerhouse said that All classes in Arcadia schools will be resumed on monday morning and that the school bus service will be resumed at that time. Tax Bill starts Washington mar. 3�? . A the administration s tax Bill started through Congress today carrying an obscure provision repealing the existing Law that requires the Treasury to report to Congress All corporation salaries Over $15,000. Lions meet today police leaders Convene Tokyo mar. 3 . A police exceed this sum leaders were called into emergency _ meeting today to discuss the pro Keetion of members of parliament after a Savage attack by unidentified men in Iso Abe Leader of the left Wing social mass party and Liberal Block spokesman. Government authorities called the National the announcement warning taxpayers they May have to make still greater financial sacrifices for the Sake of self defense was made after a scout Swinton air minister announced the Aerial rearmament program will be a substantially completed during the next fiscal year according to the announcement expenditures Tor the fiscal year 1938 will be 351.750.000 pounds approximately $1,758,750,000while expenditures for the fiscal year 1939 will Many of their employees were unable to come to work. Extends far the storm area extended from Ventura county in the North to san Diego and the mexican Border on the South and As far East As san Bernardino where the san Jacinto mountains separate Southern Cali Wistaria Vine preview party is postponed agricultural and in ton Beach Oil districts also were a affected. Rescue work on Sunshine alternated with heavy showers today As hordes of Rescue workers battled to clean away the debris from streets and highways restore Railroad tracks arid Bridges and to pump out flooded Homes. The death toll was expected to reach fifty. Scores of persons were missing. Damage High by i nit it it pres los Angeles. Mar. 3�?when c. Howard sold his Monrovia Jour last june for $22,500.00 to Newell g. Welty. He assured the purchaser a you Haven to bought a Lemon a n. D. Welty. Father of the purchaser testified today Perior court. Property damage in the Arcadia Monrovia territory climbed High off Dav As the two cities a a dug out from debris Silt and Runoff Waters racing Down the foothill canyons. Homes in the Southern sector of Arcadia near the Monrovia Boundary line and extending East and West from the Santa Anita Wash crossing at Duarte Road were inundated with several reported on the verge of collapse and one washed away. Many blocks covered Santa Anita dam spillway water spreading As it roared across Duarte Road covered an area of Between 25 and 30 City blocks in the eighth and tenth Avenue zones. Chicken coops Rabbit hutches farm implements were carried away As the water raced into backyards and garages. Potted Trees from the Monrovia Nursery on Duarte Road were swirled into the Wash during the Peak of the storm temporary water lines were being in installed by the water department today to bring drinking Supply to residents of Southeast Arcadia. Earl and Roy James of Azusa were forced to swim to safety As their car caught in a four foot in Wall of water was turned upside Down in the Wash on Duarte Road. Referring to conferences last april the uzusans claimed no warning in which he said he and his son Barrier or guard Wras stationed As both took part the elder Welty sex they attempted to Cross the Roar planned that Howard had told him ing Stream last night the journal had a paid circulation order holds of Clase to 2200 of which Only about i a bulletin from the police Sta with great Britain told at trial Wistaria a Vine preview for newspapermen of the san Gabriel Valley scheduled to be staged at a noon luncheon meeting in Sierra Madre has been postponed due to the inclement weather. Mrs. W. J. Lawless. A keeper of the Vine Quot announced today. According to the report today the preview luncheon has been Tenta Vladimar Iva timely rescheduled for Friday March la. Larry Goshorn publisher of the will be Hast property damage was estimated in excess of $10,000,000. Long Beach reported 11 persons swept out to sea and believed drowned when a Bridge Over the los Angeles River was swept away. At least ten persons were drowned or crushed to death by landslides in los Angeles. Rivers break ten persons lost their lives in Riverside when a River broke from its established Channel. Five died at san Bernardino. Two policemen and a student were drowned when a Rescue boat overturned in a torrent near North Hollywood. Two men were drowned at san Juan Capistrano North at san Diego. One Man was drowned and two were reported missing at Ventura. 300 were in arrears. And rates Given advertising rates on the paper averaged around 35-cents an Inch the payroll was Only about $200.00 a week and the circulation was larger than the competing daily paper. Welty testified that Howard told him and his son during the conferences. A records on the paper were in such condition that we or. Howard a Gate men Tion stated that the evacuation order to residents within 400-Yards of the Wash would still hold Quot in Case of continued heavy Arcadia families last night were sheltered in the City Hall auditorium fire Hall and police station. Coffee and sandwiches Ivere served by the american legion auxiliary. Mayor James r. Griffitts this afternoon expressed his gratitude and commendation for the a splendid accepted work performed by police firemen rather legion emergency committee Mem Thail make an exhaustive i Vestiga Bers legion auxiliary women and Tion that would otherwise have others who volunteered their services Quot in a time of dam is sound is race results first Moscow. Mar. 3 now former commissar for forestry in the soviet Union Cabinet As me Robers of the Arcadia Den of police meeting after a turbulent sorted today at the trial of 21 rus Siena Madre news Lions International met at noon session of the diet in which Mem Sian leaders for treason that the publisher for the gathering of the today for the regular weekly lunch j Ber shouted under protest against defendants had plotted with great san Gabriel Valley unit of the Cal Eon session at be Derby tavern. The attack and demanded prompt Britain to overthrow the soviet fornia newspaper publishers As president Charles j. Berry presided action. Government. Striation. _ it ski. Race 8.20 Jan Rogge Calm to Smoky Snyder second race apprehend 4.00 Bon Luna Quel Jeu 1.00 5. So i.40 of 3.00 2.40 2.60 4.00 2.go been Welty explained. No reason to doubt he added that he found no reason to doubt tile statements made by Howard who he said. Had pointed out that there was an advantage in running the journal As a Home owned paper in Competition with the Chain owned and competing paper. Stine awarded contract on Duarte Road project r. R Stine Arcadia contractor today awaited improvement in weather conditions to launch the pipe laying excavating and Back filling for a water department project on Duarte Road. According to confirmed reports Given mayor Griffitts and chief of police Don Ott. The Santa Anita dam was described As Quot sound today. Classes were closed in Arcadia City schools and the High school today with vice principal a. K. Wilson announcing this afternoon that the High achoo would Ako be closed tomorrow. Technocracy y unit to meet an Ului to a Ted lecture on Technocracy will be held tonight at the serf Ion is headquarter. 787 North Sunset Arcadia. The is invited

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