Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives May 2 1938, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 2, 1938, Arcadia, California All Star cast assembled for marching band Benefit show thursday world news coverage by listed press and International Newt service Independent newspaper read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features i vol. Viii no. 103 weather fair tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California monday May 2, 1938 single copy 5d set Ireland bound adj Feih Enny Baker Heads cast of Star Talent tickets move at rapid Pace a standing room Only signs were ordered today by the committee in charge of the High school marching band Benefit show to be held thursday night May 5, in the auditorium of the Colorado Boulevard institution As reserved seats Sale were reported moving a a brisk Pace. Quot the reserved seats Are All that Are left for Sale Quot general chairman w b. Temple announced this afternoon. Quot it looks like a on Sale Here a Block of reserved seats at 65 cents each were placed on Sale in Arcadia late last week at Douglas drug company on East Huntington drive. Meanwhile the entertainment committee headed by Claude Sil Cott disclosed the program for the gala event had been completed. Pat West of Sierra Madre who will serve As master of ceremonies this afternoon filed the vaudeville cast which will augment the cast Kenny Baker former Monrovia youth singing Star of radio and screen. Personnel named comprising the vaudeville Troope to appear on the program Are Louis Mosconi and his girls Courtesy of Ben Bard theatre Barry Bernard and company in Quot try again Quot comedy sketch Courtesy Ben Bard theatre Virginia o Brien in classic hawaiian dance Frank Bishelli accordian Adele Ness famous character comedienne in a an evening at the woman a club Kraft and Gaut eccentric knockabout comedians Pat and Patsy Moran comedy singing and dancing team Harry Holman and company comedy skit and Joe Mace tramp Juggler. In addition to Baker the featured soloists include Olga Dane former Arcadia resident featured vocalist with Wayne Kings orchestra Mary Novis and Pauline Holden. Utley Brink reappointed a bankruptcy referees Violet haired mystery a ghost quiz father Gerald m. Of Keeffe pastor of the Church of the holy Angels who leaves Arcadia tomorrow for a trip to Ireland. Ile will return Early in october. Chi Leader in rainfall rainfall figures for Southland communities released today from los Angeles revealed the City of Arcadia is third highest for total sum for the 1937-38 rain season to Date. Only Azusa and Sierra Madre top Arcadia in total inches for the year the former at 34.27 inches leading All. With Sierra Madre next at 33.94. Arcadians aggregate is 32.74. Over last years sum the 1936-37 sum for Arcadia the list disclosed was 31.76. Monrovia a sum also ranks High among the leaders at 32.19. During the week end storm Arcadia received .17 inches it was announced today from the official measuring station at the City Wells. Priest Lek inure Ufi of trip father of Keeffe to visit Kin on vacation to Europe returns Here in october Lebaron horses leave Here for Inglewood track father Gerald m. Of Keeffe pastor of the Church of the holy Angels Here today made final arrangements to leave Arcadia tomorrow afternoon on the grand Canyon limited As a six months vacation trip to Ireland gets underway. Sailing from new York on the 18th inst on the s. S. Manhattan of the american lines father of Keeffe will arrive in Ireland on May 24, establishing his Headquarters at Limerick. Visit sister during his stay abroad the Arcadia pastor will visit his sister at Birmingham England sister Paul of the Cross. A comprehensive study of conditions in the British Isles is scheduled also Tor father of Keeffe he announced this afternoon. Enro Ute to new York he will visit a brother prof Paul of Keeffe of the University of Chicago and will then Stop Over at Washington d. C., to a Homecoming at his Alma mater. Catholic University. Before sailing he will visit relatives in new York. Leaves september to his program Calls Tor return sailing on the s. S. Washington on september to arriving Home Early in october. During father of Keeffer a absence Rev. John Prenderville of Azusa will occupy the pulpit of the Church of the holy Angels. Ernest r. Utley and Benno Brink were today receiving congratulations of their friends on their reappointment As referees in bankruptcy by unanimous action a1 the six Federal judges in los Angeles. The term of office is for a two year period Utley is a former District attorney of Imperial county and Brink a prominent los Angeles attorney. First stable to be removed to Inglewood a $2,000,000 suburban Racetrack 21 horses belonging to William Lebaron were being transferred Here today from Santa Anita Park in Arcadia. Among them were the California bred Brown Jade which Lebaron plans to enter in the $50,000 Hollywood Gold cup race Ana four other youngsters being primed for the $15,000 Derby. Public schools week Observance in Arcadia closes with a open House at first Avenue Council units to be announced at meeting tomorrow selection of committee chairmen and members of units of the City Council will be announced tomorrow night when the City Council convenes in regular session in the auditorium of the City Hall at 8 of clock. Mayor Arthur p. Malin will preside and announce the appointments of the following committees police and fire Street water Park and Boulevard and finance. A Council Delegate to the City planning commission will be named at the same time. Arcadians Observance of Public schools week closed on Friday night with several Hundred parents and friends attending an a open House session at first Avenue school. Conferences with teachers and an inspection of classroom project exhibits on display in All grades headlined the evenings program arranged by supt. E. E. Westerhouse and Chester r. Endicott worshipful master of the Arcadia masonic Lodge. Included among the hundreds who visited with first Avenue faculty members were messes and mesdames j. Baldwin b. E. Taylor a. E Rawson a. Ambler. R. Sibner r. B Mcdonald. W. H. Page. J. B. Banton g. W. Schneck l. R. Shaumleffel m. Richards. Win. J. Dunes. \ Arcadia women planning to attend the chamber of Commerce a Tacky dance Quot at the masonic Temple on saturday night today were seeking recipes and combinations Lor attractive Box lunches. A fall women attending the affair till bring a Box lunch to be placed John e Haney general airman announced. A it is imperative that Box lunches placed at the door of the tem-h3ncy stated. Old fashioned modern dances will comprise the Mau Cuns. E. F. Sprague John l. Van Hou ten Philip c. Ray n. W. Matzinger. F. D. Krenz Thos h. Flick d. M. Payne Aubrey Walton m. Cock Shott Walter Gray r. H. Lucas Rolland v. Wallins Elmo Rabey Rex t. Kentfield Claude k. Jones. Discuss projects h. E. Buck Chester r. Endicott Walter Gray r. Smith Lloyd l. Austin a. O. Robertson j. E. Taylor jr., s. M. Ellsworth Leslie d. Knoblaugh Walter Pollard j. H. Wheeler w. H. Nesbitt g. J. Reed. Kophamer a. Heyne c. Fled Der Paham f. W. Arnold r. M. Dickinson Wood Glover a. E. Fletcher. J. Haney h. Peterson j. Rase Nau Carl j. Carlson h. E. Buck Ben Stewart f. Boehls i. A. Mur fett Charles Boerste Howard Burns s. L. Gillette s. W. Brown j. Nelson James West w. B. Steubner Oscar Willumsen r. B. Mcdonald. John e. Vanderbur. Carl Kophamer. Roy a. Gifford g. L. Gollands. H. Paterson w. A. Best. A. Horn Walton Galloway Paul Edwards. L. L. Stubs Erie Martin we. B. Taylor c. R. Endicott. Visit classes Jane e. Sockman Beatrice Wright Antonia Rodriguez Louise Rossler Virginia May Murphy Virginia r. Hill june Ward Isabelle Baker Neva Keith. Bertha Wagener Ida r. Ulrich Dorothy Chamberlain Marion Phillips. Lucile Lindey Elsey. 1 Eileen Easton Edythe Kentfield Ruth Sheehan Ida Herbold. I Betty West. Esther Gilliam Helen Wither Evelyn Fairley Marie e. Crowell. Helen f. Leimkuhler Mary Gar pier Beth b Garrow Elizabeth Chandler Jane Adams Grace j. Continued on Page 3 by l. W. Meredith ins staff correspondent Washington. May 2.�?Mexico j has become the Breeding place of i communism whose virus May spread i through Central and South America representative Tinkham Republican Massachusetts charged today. The existence of communism at the Southern Borders of this democracy he charged is directly attributable to the policies of president Roosevelt and Secretary of state Hull. He declared reflection a communism in Mexico is a reflection of the communistic policy adopted in this country of transferring to the government by legislation and executive decree the control of Industrial and agricultural Enterprise until recently in private hands. A the communistic dictatorship of president Cardenas in Mexico is merely a reflection of the attempted dictatorship of president Roosevelt Ai lie United funeral services conducted today for playwright minor Suke heavy guard ordered for rulers Mystic telis of a a sing of pious first Avenue building scene of mishap As Bells a All boys girls to class socialite Lesley Bogert new York socialite arriving in new York from a Winter in the austrian Tyrol. A social Triumph of her and her parents was to give a dinner party to King Leopold of Belgium at kit Buhel. Five first Avenue Grade schoo1 students receiving Post vaccination treatment in the nursing unit of the school were per led momentarily today when benzine splashed on a Heater and sent flames Licking up the Walls of the room. Rushing the children from the building school nurse Wilma Mae Johnson called janitors to the scene to extinguish the minor Blaze. The flames had been extinguished when the Arcadia fire department and volunteers raced to the scene. Spills benzine in the room with miss Johnson at the time of the mishap were Donna Mae Douglas Betty Bowman margarite Mersch Betty Smith and june Mcdonald. According to the official report compiled by fire chief John s. Eshelman one of the girls in the room tipped Over the benzine used by the nurse in removing adhesive tape. Spilling on the Heater the benzine ignited the Wall in the Frame Accident occurred just As the Bell called boys and girls from the grounds to the opening class of the Day. Commenting on the Accident supt. E. E. Westerhouse said a the Accident was absolutely unavoidable. The damage was very slight and soap and water and a Little paint will place the room Back in tip top shape. One anti fire application was All that was needed to extinguish the flames. I wish to take this Opportunity to publicly compliment our nurse. Miss Johnson for her prompt and sane action in the data on $340,000 pot ready for investigation by District attorneys men Mother Calm London May i. Up a to per Turbed at her son reported Leer is $150,000 in a California poker Guk mrs. Talbot Clifton author and Mother of Harry Clifton Bald to Day a the is so Good hearted thai i doubt whether he would Lei by know if he had been in a really serious Clifton is called the mile Naira Squire of by totem in Lancashire his properties extend 5vfc Miles along the coast and include 0,000 private Homes 500 shops and to Banka. Funeral services for Albert Dorsey 92, of 1829 South Santa Anita Avenue one time bodyguard to pres. Abraham Lincoln will be held tomorrow afternoon at one of clock from the Little Church of the Flowers. Forest Lawn. Glendale. Interment will follow in Forest i Lawn. Tile aged Arcadian a resident of this City for the past 16 years passed away at his Home on saturday. A men Force in l. A to be split in half described As an Economy move Federal Bureau of investigation personnel throughout the United states were ordered Cut in half today for the next two months. The failure of Congress to pass a deficiency appropriation for $173,000 needed by the Bureau to round out its Normal activities in the 1937-38 fiscal year it was Learned late yesterday. No permanent layoffs have been ordered in los Angeles As yet a Ert e. Lee or. Doisey served As cording to special agent John Hanson in charge of the l. A. Offices but through j. Edgar Hoover a los Angeles May 2. Ins a a weird Story of How a woman Mystic with Violet tinted hair and Green coloured eyelids divined that Harry t. Clifton English country gentleman and sportsman had lost $150,-000 on a flip of a card in a stud poker game was told today. The uncanny tale was related by Rev. Violet Greener pastor of an occult Church and known a a the ghost of Hollywood to Clifton s attorneys jetty Gestey and Paul Schribman and concerned How she came to the Aid of Squire Clifton Fig seeking to recover the $160,000 from Lew Brice former stage Hoofer brother of Fannie Brice and Winner in the super colossal Gamble. Guest at heme Squire Clifton whom aha hat known for years is a guest in Rev. Greener a palatial Home. The Rev. Greener explained her bobbed locks were dyed Violet to match her Given name and that her eyelids were painted Green to emphasize her mystical eyes. Phones wife while the woman was unfolding her strange Story Squire Clifton was engaged in a trans a Lando Telephone conversation with Hie american wife in England. He was again to confront Brice in the District attorneys office where John Klein chief investigator planned to assemble the other three players who sat in the game when they played for a $340,000 pot. Born in 1845 bom in Philadelphia september 4, 1845, or. Dorsey was in the contracting business before retiring in Southern Calfi Ronio. At the official surrender of general Rob personal bodyguard to pres. Lincoln on the boat a River pres. Lincoln a unfailing Good humor his sense of Justice and his love of fraternizing with the a a boys were some of the impressions the Arcadian carried of the Emancipatory to his death. Tonal chief All agents were instructed to take their annual 30-Day leave of absence in May or june. This move was ordered to save in great i Vest gating expenses Hanson said. Gym Row a a a a a to fray a a a a a Jeff Foj International police today were called into action As three great totalitarian nations of Europe took extraordinary precautions to guard against any attempt to assassinate Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini and Joseph Stalin. Top Hitler bidding Mussolini Farewell following recent visit in Berlin. Der fuehrer left Berlin today for Rome and a return visit. Below Italy a student soldiers prepare to Greet Hitler. United feature Syndicate photos Arcadia Lions launch plans for a horned Toad Derby dance to be held at turf club May 14 naval display but Washington Mains a America s Natal might will Mots into the Atlantis next year of Odin rating at new York City in one of the moot spectacular displace of naval Power in history. I world wide i news flashes he is survived by one son Fred c. Dorsey and two daughters mrs. Palmer e. Koon and miss Myrtle Dorsey All of Arcadia and eight1 of a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a grandchildren. Or. N. Milo Fiske pastor of the Arcadia Community Church will be in charge of the final rites. The Arcadia funeral Home handle All arrangements. Will warning Given dog owners on 1938 fees seeks prosecution new York May 2. Up a Norman Thomas socialist Leader who was evicted from new Jersey by police when he tried to make a May Day speech today asked the department of Justice to prosecute mayor Frank Hague of Jersey City under the Lindbergh Law. The Law provides a death penalty. It is applicable to kidnapping that involves torture or demands for Ransom or the transportation of a victim across a state line. Von Cramm trial set Berlin May 2. Ins a Baron Gottfried von Cramm the German Tennis Ace will go on trial in the famous Moabite criminal court on a morals charge May 14, authorities announced today. Funeral services were held today for Belford Forrest noted actor and playwright who died on sunday last following a prolonged illness. Forrest had been Active in Pasadena Community playhouse affairs. He is survived by his widow and 3-year-old son Robin. Issuing a warning to All dog owners of the City of Arcadia humane officer c. Jerry Jones today launched the final License drive of the year. A dog licenses must be obtained for All dogs Over four months old a Jones said. A More than 750 licenses have been paid to Date and there Are approximately 250 More to i agreement reached licenses May be secured at the London May 2. Ins a an an police station on Wheeler Street or Glo japanese agreement of chinese by phoning Jones in the evening at customs has been reached the sex Arcadia 8901. Mrs. Alrena b. Elli change Telegraph company reported son Arcadia 379, May also be called i from Tokyo today. Terms of the aeon the dense situation. Cord will be made Public later. Santa Anita Park scene of thrilling horse races during the Winter season on the evening of May. 14 will House a new wrinkle the j Santa Anita horned Toad Derby this announcement was made to Day by j. B. Kemmerling. General chairman of the unique dance event to be sponsored in the los j Angeles turf club by the Arcadia Den of Lions International. With All receipts going into a fund to carry on the splendid work of the local Den at the Ruth Home for girls Iii Al Monte tickets for the affair will go on Sale within the next few Days Kemmerling announced. A full details of the horned Toad Derby top feature of the dance will be revealed Kimmerly announced. He is being assisted Iii the Benefit event by Charles j. Monrovia out on 8250 Hail pending hearing charged with intoxication and driving while intoxicated. John Alden Standish 345 North Alta Vista. Monrovia will be Given a hearing on Friday May 6. In Arcadia police court the a blog Quot at the station revealed today. Beery president of the Arcadia unit. A top ranking orchestra has been secured to furbish music for dancing it was announced. Major league i baseball scores i Arcadia mexicans prepare for annual May festival by United Vrrme hits Homer n6. Washington May 2. Up a Joe Dimaggio new York slugging outfielder today kit to second Home run of Tho Muon and the second in two co locative Days in the fourth inning of the Yankee senator game. Members of arcadians mexican Colony were prep army today to participate in the Cinco de Mayo one of Mexico a two great National holidays which beg Bis on wednesday and will continue for five Days. The Celebration will commemorate the mexican Victory Over the French in 1862. Sheriff Eugene w. Biscailuz and mexican Consul Renato Cantu will take an Active part in the Altair. Low sends to Fleet delegates to l. A. Convent Ion election of delegates to the los Angeles convention in june tomorrow night will feature the meeting of the Monrovia Townsend club in the civic Center at 7 30 o clock it was announced this of the Rusoo. National league Brook in new York Pittsburgh Cincinnati Chicago St. Louis it it it it it it too to is 101 too u Imio of m t i i american league 1 new York i i j Washington of a aaa j Philadelphia of lib oooo Eft Boston Suom to yes m 4 batteries Philadelphia a idly j Smith Williams and Mayo. Breaker Bostons Marcum and Dada a leis. Aaa ,231 i Detroit i Cleveland _

Search all Arcadia, California newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for May 2, 1938

Browse