Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives May 13 1938, Page 7

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 13, 1938, Arcadia, California Titty. Rn1-mom vow he broke the old record it. I v Howd a do it Sid ? who trained him f Champion la if he won Pine a to to # a variety store s a variety a Best Ever bottling company s �?o7-up,�?� Eddie s Barbecue a glorified hamburger a Arcadia Texaco stations a Texaco Smith electric shop s a electricity a handicaps ate Baldwin Avenue hardware stores a bolts a and Bob s markets a Bob s imported lizards May Spring Surprise in race Here close followers of horned Toad racers today predicted that the imported speedsters will be the a Jones to watch in the Derby tomorrow night. Several of the candidates have been shipped into Arcadia from other states and foreign countries. It is reported that one of the toads domes from the Sahara desert and is really a fast. Event Here Marks first time Derby run at real track according to All available data tomorrows horned Toad Derby will Mark the first time such an event has been staged in a regulation official nationally known track. The event will be presented on the floor of the ballroom of the los Angeles turf club. A electricity is probably the fastest most efficient Toad in the big race tomorrow night. But like All jobs handled by the Smith electric shop he a been carefully inspected before being put into service. Fast a efficient electric service and wiring Smith electric shop 107 e. Huntington or. Phone 404 a a sure Winner you like it it likes you our entry in the big Derby tomorrow night he a been trained on a liquid diet of our own product and is in first class condition. Best Ever bottling co 35 Indiana Street Arcadia its a Winner glorified hamburger he a been seasoned just rights you can to go wrong on a glorified he a a Winner just like the rest of eddies special dishes a after the Derby Stop for a cocktail. E d d i a a s Barbecue 63 w. Huntington or. Arcadia Flash put yo9 Roll on Trainer Woody has him to top shape with Razz Berry fizzes amp that Tongue tantalizing cuisine Well known at the Garden rendezvous cafe St cocktail lounge 3035 e. Huntington or. Just East of san Gabriel by. Drop in before amp after the dance. Slick track is predicted for Toad classic a Slick fast track was predicted today for the horned Toad Derby at Santa Anita Park clubhouse tomorrow night official weather forecasts predicted a Smoky weather with the track branded As a a Slick. Late workout several of the trainers late thus afternoon gave their candidates last minute workouts Over the Derby route All foreseeing Victory for their pets. A we can to Lase a was the chorus Sung by All trainers and owners. Final instructions to jockeys was scheduled for tomorrow morning. Trainers owners warned to remain off track trainers and owners of horned toads in the Derby today were warned that a stiff Fine would but imposed unless they stay off the track while the race is being conducted. Only the jockeys and officials will be allowed on the racing grounds in addition to the toads of course. In Case of a photo finish an extra dance will be staged while the films Are being developed. Toads Frozen in Snow three Arcadia Toad trainers Are shown above As they chased their racers to the North pole during a recent workout. Leaving Arcadia full of Pep and vigor the toads kept right on running the trainers declared and were finally traced into the Artic Circle Region. Note the look of disgust on the face of the Trainer in the Center. His Toad is buried in half a ton of ice and Snow. The toads will be heated up for the running of the horned Toad Chase at Santa Anita Park tomorrow night however. These pictured Here do look like they need a Little thawing out. I Cannon to be used in firing starting signal that a Cannon might be used As the starting gun in tomorrow nights horned Toad Derby was indicated today when officials put in sos to i the National guard for artillery of i some sort to Start the lizards on i their Way in the classic dash. A some of the toads Are a bit hard i of hearing and a Cannon should be i heard by All a one of the stewards said this afternoon. Additional trainers Greenway d. Monroe Green. Nita Corey music Box Don West and Bob Allen Betty West a eight Bill Kaecke Tommy Blanchard Lucky Al Wolkin Howdy Cramer cold water. Blackie Roth. Orval Tulga. Brown Derby m. J. Graham George Sorenberger Tbone Steak Waldo Hunsicker Ernie Poore spartan Paul Gibbs William Vickers hot shot Dick Leonard Bud Rogers. Hollywood stars will take part in shrine convention slated for los Angeles during month of june blessed event a Beauty a entry of the Arcadia Beauty Mart took time out from training this week it was reported to Welcome additions to her family. So Bud and Betty Toad will be on the sidelines tomorrow cheering for a a mama to win. Watch a a variety he a a fast stepping Toad. Bound to win in the big race tomorrow night. He a been trained on a a a variety of our Best merchandise and that Quality will bring him in a Winner Coleman a variety opposite City Hall Hollywood which has made its influence Felt As a Leader of fashion and Romance throughout the world will pay a dominant role in the magnificent pageantry of the 1938 shrine convention to be held Here june 7, 8 and 9. In making this announcement Robert a. Heffner general director of the convention which is expected to draw 100,000 visitors from ail parts of the nation pointed out that unlike previous shrine conventions the 1938 conclave Here would not be exclusively Oriental. Colourful garb a tile colourful costumes of Early California and the wild West will share honors with the strange cos Tumes of Mystic Arabia in making the event one of the most impressive and spectacular in the history or the order a director Hefner said. With Many of the film Colony a leading stars taking an Active part in the Gigantic motion picture electrical pageant which climaxes the festivities in the coliseum on thursday evening june 9, it now looks As j if tile entire convention would a go j Hollywood a Leo Altman pageant business manager declared. Stars in event Clark Gable and Carole Lombard have definitely promised to enter their prize horses in the a Caval i Cade of California a a which will feature a Kings Ransom in Silver j mounted saddles bridles and trappings on tile finest Equine aristocrats in Southern California. And dance is also scheduled for tomorrow night f committees in charge of the horned Toad Derby at the los Angeles turf club tomorrow night today reminded arcadians that the Derby race was to be Only a the Light Light. Of the evening. J a there is also a dance we must i i Charles j. Berry presi 1 Dent of the Arcadia Den of Lions stated today. A a top ranking or Chaitram will provide music for Dane-1 ing. While the motion picture folks were pledging time and Money to make the pageant one of the most spectacular in world history. A Caval Cade directory Stanton a. Bruner continued with his work of rounding up the toughest hardest Riding buckaroos in the West for the Rodeo events. He also completed arrange-1 meats for a shipment of Brahma j steers noted for their ferocity. Announcement was made by convention officials that tickets for All coliseum events will be available to j the general Public and Are now on Sale at ticket agencies shrine clubs and by All members of Al Malaika Temple. Play a printers Devil tomorrow night and if you want a a sure thing Quot play 40c a month on the an Independent Pape it will pay you big returns for your subscription Price 40c a Mont delivered by Carrier and new worlds a cinch boys All i did was to Promise him one of those swell Pines dinner steaks Friday May is Issi Ari Ama daily Tribune Page to magnified photo shows horned toads taking final workouts for Derby at Santa Anita Park As jockeys Given last minute instructions through magnifying lenses the daily Tribune photographer late yesterday afternoon snapped several of the horned Toad Derby candidates in their final workouts. At left a super service a no. 28, with jockey Darrell Reardon up is shown swinging into the first turn followed by a Why tone a Walt a Barbecue Are Ridden by jockey Ralph Evans. The hard working rider on the a a show horse in this picture is Keith Quarter pint Watson booting a three ply Quot san Gabriel Valley lumber company Star into Contention. Center shows front and bark views of Santa Anita Park grandstand with the turf clubhouse extreme left in lower panel scene of the classic. Eight toads Are pictured on the right coming off the far turn into the stretch. In this group it was reported the following entrants were racing Coleman

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