Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives May 2 1938, Page 2

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 2, 1938, Arcadia, California Monday may2, Arcadia daily Tribune Ange As it seems love dare not ther proof Audrena the author closing a stamped envelope for reply. Reg i published Dally except sunday and holidays at 104 n first Avenue Arcadia. California Arcadia publishing company a. I a n o i i noon president and publisher my Smalls arc atm eve Row four Basic doors fragrant acid Burnt and 7 a acrylic doily entered As second the Tribune w matter Mardi 14, 1930, at hated is a new the Post office at Arcadia. General circulate California under the and Cree of f ourt. In of March 3, 1879. Clay of May 1931 Mem la for Are chamber of Commerce Arcadia la Ici Ness men s association California newspaper publishers association Arcadia West Side association Bureau of advertising american newspaper publisher association represented in the United states and Canada by j. J. Devine it associates inc. New York City. Chicago. Detroit Pittsburgh pa., and Atlanta a. Copies of the Arcadia daily Tribune and full information Abc it Arcadia and surrounding markets can be obtained from any of these offices. Subscription Price single copy 5c 10c per week 4 Etc it or month. Phone 2131 for All departments. Advertising rates on application i?00hch000000ooooo too too 0 coh 0-0 to o o o o o 0-0 0000000000000 hot milk is supposed to la soothing bul look at the Way its been Boilini up in californians news the past three weeks it scaled Over in Northern California where dairymen have tangled with the milkers Union. What was simply Cool wholesome milk in Bossy a bucket was hot cargo by the time it reached san Francisco a san Francisco a dairies would have none of it. But the farm Dairy men had warmed up too. Now they re tossing coins into a War Chest hoping to hold their own in the to do with the milkers and the milkers big brother the teamsters. Meanwhile another torrid milk shake up has been scorching the retailers and their milk buying customers. Despite the benefits of electric refrigeration the temperature of bottled Bossy in the larger stores has always been rising under pressure pressure from the Desmond Price fixing act which requires them to be milk for More than they want to. Business at the moment May not be ripping along As such a Pace its Apt to tear the roofs off their stores but its doing nicely enough so that most store dealers can thrive better by Selling More milk for less. At any rate California housewives leagues along with 1 dairymen and retailers Are now lining up against the school of thought As represented by Tho Desmond Price fixing act i which fixes thing by hoisting milk prices in the direction of the Milky Way. If you have any doubts about this ask a dairymen or j retailer a hot milk is Nice and soothing Isnit it a hell have 1 a warm answer and hell probably add that they As Well As the parents and youngsters could do with a few More Lucky stars in the current Milky Way. U4ing feel lev Vuk the English sep Marum Mousy Ftfe Moffa re Hearty removing Eft Tri particles on Ata Home in it encounters is gout ctr project Bird of futility general Hugh Johnson says a single Clay of eternity according to the eminent historian. Hendrick Van Loon can be measured figuratively As the time it would take a tiny Bird to Wear away a Rock too Miles High and too Miles wide by flying there once even 1,000 years to Sharpen its Beck. Copyright. I�?~38. By United press reproduction in v Hole or t forbidden. Strange As it seems this expression. Fanciful in itself has a living counterpart in the Sand Martin a tiny Bird common in England. Although its beak is Small the Sand Martin employs it exclusive to dig deep tunnels in hard Cia j Cliffs and River Banks which if i used As nests and. Oddly the Sand Martin does not Jab at the Earth As you might do with a Penknife it lifts the dirt meticulously one portico at a time carefully and tediously digging for into fhe Earth. Sometimes when the Sand Martin is burrowing it comes to a hidden Boulder which stops further Progress in that direction. Then instead of changing its direction to go around the Stone the Bird deserts the project and looks Foi a new place to dig the average san Martins Hole. I slanting upward measures two or three inches in diameter terminating in a widened chamber about six Wilches across. This is lined with a grass or Straw nest softened with Down. Chef who served Kaiser is barred from Kitchen president to see unveiling of Franklin statue school children take part in Observance junk shop walks season rainfall above sum of last year Oswego n. Y. Up a sentenced to Servo three months on a charge of intoxication Joseph Kolinski was found Toi be a a walking junk shop when searched by a turnkey. The prisoners pockets yielded 25 pounds of assorted watch and clock parts glasses tools and other article. It required almost half an hour to empty his pockets. Rainfall at the City a pumping Plant. 621 East s Rora Madre boules a yesterday registered 33 95 inches of rain against 33 36 inches for the same period last year according to j. P. Hogan in charge of the Plant. At a higher level in the City the government gauge at the Home of former government meteorologist col. H. B. Hersey 575 North Hermosa Avenue the seasons rainfall through april reached a total of 36.99 inches which is .68 inches Abov that of april last year. According to col. Hersey a gauge 1.10 Inch were recorded during april this year As against .58 inches Tor april of last year. Depositors forget $448,260 a Ridge rail hurdles As Fence Bowton up trying to outdistanced three Holdup men James o Connor hurdles a Small Fence into what he thought was a vacant lot. Instead he had vaulted the guard rail of Costie Square Bridge. He fractured his left ankle in the unexpected plunge to the Boston amp Albany Railroad tracks 25 feet Clow. All smells scientists claim can be Bro in Down into four Basic doors a fragrant Burnt acid and a acrylic or Goat. From these fun Dame ital doors and Combina tons thereof come All doors with v. Zilch we Are familiar. Strange As it seems there exist4 no satisfactory language with which to describe smells in their More Complex forms. The Captain and the kids Wistaria Vine gardens May Day parties a May Day breakfast at Wistaria Vine gardens yesterday sponsored by mis. R l. Smith of South Pasadena. Included a group of 33 sunday school Althea class members. Mrs. R i. Hunter of Glendale entertained a group of 13 Monrovia by Rudolph Dirks Chauffer outlays. Uniformed chauffeurs today owe their origin of their name to a 18th-Century band of French outlaws. Led by John Skinner which terrorized Northern France during Tho re in of terror robbing their victims and torturing them by fire. This latter custom gave Rise to their name. Meaning a to Heahy s overs hence were called chauffeurs. And when the first steam powered automobiles were born. Fhe Drivers were the name stuck. Stop Dot you hear j its this Way Bool a Wiz my girls then v. The inspector tried to steal Here and How Shes chasing the capt aim t j Yoda dont ,5 a a they mama iss i on Der War path v you aint been up a to some t ing iss \ you it Vot i n he fins inc a lately i a Buff Bam soc you s o two timer. Joe Paloska hat looks \ i l. A Quot tub i column we a yes Decroix Are looking f i figured wed. For Mon s meet them map Haine. J y tomorrow. Wei b. _ c Are Luckyj by Ham Fisher off Ole ral. Smoke Yaj m Mistach to j y _ a a i i it is Good to see you. Capitate be Maze when dip you k leave Marrakesh about the same time you left Fez we will Coin y forces Here k Camp Here. And h pursue the search for Ibi Ben Rabouin the More a fall out f person Els among newcomers to Sierra Madre be or and mrs Frank g Lindsay do have established their residence "0 a Alegna Avenue. The n ays were prominent in business tries in Houston tex., where Lindy was engr a cd in the wholesale pro bakery Industry Foi More an 30 i ears. Or Lindsay is an per Iowa University woman. Masonic order to meet tile regular stated meeting of the masonic Lodge will be held tomorrow night according to worshipful master Howard Miller. Hungarian goulash will be served to members by Fred c. Herrmann after the or. Of mrs. Ray is Alpine returning today to their de Home at Trona after a weeks continued on Page 5>

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