Arcadia Tribune Newspaper Archives May 25 1939, Page 1

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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - May 25, 1939, Arcadia, California A it a. Of motor lamp 4 Par bar no Lar it do Udu Niay ii Mau 27th \ i Ommi m by newspaper working for Arcadia a Good neighbor n san Gabriel Valley h a tomorrow and saturday the patriotic groups formed to carry on for the veterans of Hie world War solicit your Aid and your cooperation in the Observance of poppy Days. Your poppy Purchase will bespeak your desire to help those who still Are suffering from the horrors of War. Your Jimart will he the Purchase of poppies. Single copy 5c firemen save victim from cyanide fumes Chest to pies seven for Wood Glover ror the past Yeai president of the Arcadia City school Board will run unopposed to succeed himself in the election to be held Friday june 2, it was announced yesterday afternoon. Arcadians regular 14 voting precincts will be consolidated into two a one at the first Avenue school and one at the Holly Avenue school of for the election. Lloyd l. Austin and John h. Wheeler Are other members of Hie Board. Children a plays at woman a club a program for children will tie night May 27. At Arcadia woman a children and by Given saturday h of clock at the clubhouse. The ii of the seven new directors annual meeting of program will consist of Short plays Ari skits presented by the drama a students of Thelma Laird Schulthes of Monrovia. Several Arcadia children will participate tile oldest group of girls will present two Short comedies a Tea time and a wanted Money and in the casks will be Merle Kirkpatrick of Arcadia Elaine Conner Betty Helene Zelkowitz Joy Dailey and Letty Lou Ruth. The smallest children will give three Brief sketches a a peddle Many a broken dolls and a tile schoolteacher. The children in they group Arp Margot Glyn of Arcadia Meredith Clarke Ronnie Murray. Melvin Leff and Lawrence my Nahmee. Two costume fantasies both humorous a the Princess and the pirates and a the Butcher the Baker the candlestick maker Quot will be Given by the following children Loma will. Charlotte Zelkowitz. Elinor Csan. Margaret Murray Mary Fay Kelley jct Turner and Jimmie Kelly. J completing the program will be a hilarious comedy a a imagination. Taking part in this play will by Dorothy Novelle Diana Dorsey Don an0 Dale Cartier and Eugene Ross. Or Carmichael funeral held election will Mark the Arcadia Community Chest inc., to be held thursday night. June i in the auditorium of the first Avenue school. Announcement of the Cia to of the session was made yesterday by president r. M. Dickinson. Adopt Ion of recommended by Laws featured a special meeting of the Chest on May 17, tin most important of which Calls for the formation of an executive committee to be comprised of the president vice president and treasurer. The duty of this committee it was announced will be to pass on til reports and financial statement. Of the organizations in the Chest other by Laws adopted Call for the removal of the use of proxies at. Tin annual membership meeting and the Extension of the membership in he Chest to include All citizens who pay one Dollar or More annually to the Chest. You eat 1,803 pounds of food every year if you Are an average human being average As far Ai diet is concerned you consume one thousand six Hundred and three Xii ids of food a year. This fact was presented to Arcadia rotarians at their last Friday luncheon by l. O. Burkholder Public relations counsel for the Cudahy packing company guest speaker of the wooden leg blamed for accidents the Story account Able Fie Accident of i wooden Lei for a. Cries of although the i held t rat owner it the1 leg never drove an automobile will be told to arcadians at their Friday noon meeting Iii women s club Hon e the Story will be one of Many told by Sam Bogby supervisor of Drivers licenses Iii Southern California who will be the guest speaker for the Day. His stories will be from the official records of the state department of motor vehicle Bagby will be the guest of fire Chiel j. M. Nellis Driver overcome in his car As Gas escapes court Molock a Motorist Hoe automobile was turned into a potential lethal chamber by cyanide Yas escaping from a a eras he was transporting in machine today owes his to tin persistent work of Kuh h is life the la n l. In s Rescue squad of the Arcadia fire department after a hurried Call from an Arcadia police officer. Flip Motorist Harry Chaplin i resident of East Pasadena and pm Loyee of the Sierra Madre Laman Jda Park Citrus association was in i route from Azusa to Sierra Madre monday with the a Gas gun which was to be used As an insecticide. Near Santa Anita race track his car i Tot to e r ii will tone Glenn Arnot i Annua Day cum school Anno Start a Day am a i i 1 and in the pro a in a Especial Arcadia present Gold Wadena at prominent South a Ria be Gio Nain in Cutler and Alife a the principal speaker Row night when i ii e Dyer Post no. 2 17, can legion Staves its i Community memorial a vices in the auditor of the first Avenue who was the Day. Introduced Nadia jeweler Tor for the Dav by w. I. Smith Aralie program direct Burkholder traced Charles Mccarthy past commander of the disabled War veterans of California was a guest speaker monday night at the regular weekly dinner meeting of the Arcadia toastmasters club held in the Golf clubhouse in the Santa Anita regional recreational Center. Mccarthy Mas introduced by Charles to. Gibson president of Hie organization who presided. Cecil l. Lacy served As toastmaster for the j evening presenting the following j slate of club speakers George Johnson a modern office machinery i Edwin Hartman a puzzled Quot will hate i. Hie table topic presented by Arthur e Nelson was a my Hobby. Next monday nights meeting also will be held at the Golf club it was announced. Humphries pay s Victoria visit mermen of the program to 8 of clock was made yester noon by s. S. Stubbs com of tile Arcadia legion unit r. H. Scofield chairman of Yam committee vice to the Community and y to our City schools the j Post tomorrow night will the legion medal awards in ver and Bronze to winners of the Pat Dot. In. Oratorical contest a i i commander Stubbs Aid in announcing the even. Elimination trials have been held j for tile past several weeks among students of the upper grades of the i local Grade schools under the us i r Cadi a Lions Honor ladies at dinner dance tonight w us oct jul urn a a a it a cd i a per Vasion of miss Helen rinds. Arisen to plunge through a Fence i other feature on the traffic officer k b. Leslie member of the Arcadia police department and witness to the Accident found Chaplin unconscious and by radio sent a Call for the fire department Rescue squad. For More than hour the squad composed of chief j. M. Nellis Captain Lawrence Way and fireman Clift Johnson worked Over Chaplin. Or. C. W. Shier called to the scene supervised chaplins removal to the Monrovia Hospital after he had been revived. He now Las recovered completely. A Gas expert from Azusa was called to a a Cape the Gas gun Ai or tile Accident. Chief Nellis said that the fact Chaplin had the windows of his car open undoubtedly saved his life. Hi1 said the bouncing of the car apparently caused the Gas to escape. On the program will be the musical selections to be presented by the boys and Birls glee club directed by mrs. Adelaide Sweeney head of the music department. Last tuesday night at the regular meeting of the Post in the club lense on North first Avenue second vice commander Walter Schou ten presided. Refreshments were served at the conclusion of the meeting. Members of the executive committee of the Joist Are scheduled to meet on tuesday night May 20, ii was a in iou n Cen v. F. Vav. Services Are scheduled considered on events of its he it or Lute the she of the of Rind of t ii Tor and rnai arranged int will t tin the food habits of the nation and the manner in which they have been changed by consistent advertising. And his sparkling humor gave the rotarians a Lively As Well As an entertaining meeting. A card from Vav. In. Humphries president of the Arcadia chamber i of Commerce tells of an interesting i visit he now is enjoying Iii Victoria j British Columbia. Or. And mrs. I Humphries left several weeks ago on ail extended trip to the North. Take part in Valley exposition Fulcran lit is for or. Daniel Carmichael who phased away tuesday May he after a Long illness were conduced last Friday at the Little Church of the Flowers at it of j la wifi . Followed at Forest a or Carmichael Practised for several a stirs a Arcadia before his retirement seven years ago. He spent Many veers in Alaska As a practising physician before coming to California. He resided in Tujunga with his daughter and son in Law or and mrs. Robert Smith Rev. De Jong leads services at Rescue Mission Rev. F. De Tong pastor of the Arcadia Christian reformed Church delivered the message at the Pasadena Rescue Mission on tuesday. Several til the Arcadia group accompanied him and took part in the program included among these Aero Barbara do Jong and Alvin Ber Komp amps. Who Sang a duct and John Beukema of Glendale who played a violin Solo. In theft Here Harley Minyard. Monrovia and Glenn Dinnen Pasadena were in county jail today serving 180-Day and 90-Day sentences respectively following Airest and conviction Here tills week on charges of stealing $25 from the Derby on East Huntington drive. According to reports on file at the police station the pair were suspected by Bill Peterson co owner of tile Derby and admitted the Petty theft when brought to the station. The youths were sentenced police judge Ardene Boller in Nadia police court. Veterans of foreign wars Mon Rovia Arcadia Post no. 2070 will join with other Veteran organizations of Monrovia in Observance of memorial Day services. Sunday they will meet at Library Park in Monrovia at 10 30 a. In. To attend the Monrovia presbyterian Church where special services will be held Iii a body. On tuesday they will meet at wit ii Satin Mittee chairmen held a1 the Chi i on just Art b i already a Large g children have Signi i lion of competing j which i standing i season. E. B. Green in Ira children a Riding club Ger of the show has 1 program of 12 events to the Riding skill of tile leading j de equestrians of Southern coma. Entries in hide such Well k riders As Barbara Lei anti mar Ann Babcock Mary Eda and Matthiessen Camilla and Chandler Helen and Beverly bsh Betsy Polly and Barbara Hunter Sherrill Digges Iris Rogers Sylvia Morton Peggy Anne Hoover Peggy Humana Doris Cowan and Patricia Patten. Betsy Dunlap Diane Richardson Barbara Lyon Julia Lee Macdonald Susan Warren. Norman and Chandler Williamson Charles get up Citi to Tor i hours Pancho name toe nines com show to be Santa Anita sen at ions. Id Barbara is Are als it Attr the mows Bein j-61 foe Clu Pami spa lifer Ann Otis eng to uth format it intr at Gray. I pouring in Goh which is Clive feature Eon Baserva eci a1 Svca on or be a Riding Avenue be ob-9944. Adena n a Ater 7 live Oak cemetery memorial services. At 10 30 a ill. For choir line Claire la Vin i or. Re Wilson Squire a to it Priscilla fese Taylor Margaret Kila a \ Barbar. Bet to flu Cash Berlys plan Northern trip Gordon s. Eben in Secretary of the Arcadia chamber of Commerce will leave next week for a Northern motor trip accompanied by mrs. Eberly and their daughter. Florence. The Berlys plan to visit in Portland and Seattle. A Stop will be in route to visit treasure Island in san Francisco Bay. During to absence of or. Eberly which t expected to cover approximately three weeks. Miss Betty Ham will be to charge of the am Der t Amine i Iii enters in horse show by a welfare Thrift shop plea in name of needy suffering cuts about the head and body William Clark of Glendale today was reported recuperating at his Home from injuries received last saturday night when he w As thrown from his motor Cycle while turning it a to Hampton Road from Michillis Ria drive on the City Boundary line travelling North on Mich Llinda drive in company with Alexander Ruski sits Montrose Clark according to Accident reports on file at the police station was spilled from Young san Gabriel full cd during the nine Day san Gabriel a at Santa Anita race track Ila exp club and benefiting the rut ii designed to depict the Industrial and Ley District. The Trio pictured Here getting a bit of adv phere Are. Dorothy Evans and Charlotte von hero my of mercy Hurd. Monrovia. The colourful old Stagecoach is from Tion of the w Parker Lyon museum. Lassies w ill be much Iii evidence lev i up it Alion opening saturday c it Ion. by the Arcadia Home for Iii is at Al Monte is cultural advantage., of tin Val nce a at ids Alhambra he Collet mrs. Elsie Galloway manager of the Arcadia welfare Thrift Shoji appeals d to arcadians today to remember Tho shop when making if cards following House cleaning. Any unwanted furniture clothing or Odds and ends will be appreciated at die shop where it can be turned to profitable use for the needy of the City a Telephone Call to Atwater 7-2881 or a Post card to the shop will bring the pick up truck for these discards. Quot we gratefully acknowledge tilt1 splendid donations that. We have received in the past from our local Home mrs. Galloway said a and we feel sure that there will be some clothing shoes and other Odds and ends to be discarded be lore summer j vacation begins a mrs. Gaho Vav Abu reminded Arcadia tis that the shop maintains ail employment service with u Large registration of capable men and women. The Cycle in be Section Corner he was treat fore being sent Tiati the by to his Home mrs. Charies re it r is i rom week Yiai Ider a mrs. B r. Charles Street returned a turd week at Madera where her Mother. I Charlo trip North on the Irwin mothers Dav at i be mrs. Herness Santa Anita mrs. David Camino real t of friends j rom of Las Angeles upper Santa i Ier Tam a Isi is a Yon by mess a conman in the Mart la a Walki i iry me i Oil. To Utah and hoi i i k dam or. And or. Harold 1 Ait i. Alice Street returned v veil in d from a motor trip to Salt i Dee Chi end prove Utah and Boulder Dai Nevada. They wire accompanied i their Small daughter. Barbara an or. Laird a Cousin Harry Hasting a a showdown is set for Friday at l. A. Hearing Ity councilman Everett f. Niday tomorrow at to a. M. Will face Superior court judge Emmet Wilson in los Angeles in latest developments growing out of the councilman a failure to attend Council sessions once May to when two of his colleagues were recalled. In the courtroom sequence. Judge Wilson will Rule on a writ of mandate which would Force niday a attendance in Council so that vacancies created by the recall of mayor Arthur f. Malin and councilman William a. Murphy can be filled. Because of niday a absence the two remaining councilmen. James r. Griffiths and Emil Bolz have been powerless to act on City business though Lack of an official quorum. I Omorrow will Mark the second Legal development in the Case. Monday in the first move. Judge Wilson issued an alternative writ ordering niday to attend tuesday nights Council session or appear in court to explain his action. Niday chose the latter course and last night said he would be in court i h attorneys Friday morning. Issues new statement he also issued a formal statement in which he said a in the statement made by me last week i endeavoured to set fort ii As clearly As possible the position i have taken with reference to my participation in the activities of our City Council. Quot n in charges have been made that i have been unwilling to cooperate with tile remaining members of the Council in conducting certain business which it is claimed is now pending before that body. I wish to assure All the fair minded citizens of our Community that i am now and always have been willing to meet with the remaining members of tile Council for the sole purpose of transacting any urgent routine business provided however that such sessions Are confined strictly to routine matters. Quot on the other hand i am not to be forced into the Hasty and perhaps ill advised selection of two additional members of the City Council until i have had sufficient time and adequate assurances that such appointments will result in the Best interest of our City. Quot i am likewise unwilling to become a party to any transactions that would result in the dismissing of competent City personnel for purely political reasons. A these matters Are of far too grave importance and mean too much to the future welfare of our people to be acted upon under political pressure. A i am certain that the great majority of our citizens Are deeply interested in the City a welfare and not in the personal advantage of any member of the City Council. Legal action launched Legal action in the Council a deadlock a was launched by Vernon w. Houghton As plaintiff in tin application for the writ of mandate seeking a court order for niday a appearance. The application specifically set Forth that Emil Bolz James r. Griff hts and Everett p. Niday Are now the Only duly elected and acting members of the City Aid City of read thai Duc 11 in he City Conn Arcadia have the paean Uii a appointment two count m. Viol the Sec it dub horses atari i i Utle ill la it i horses from la stat s today were entered in i Ltd Angeles horse show at Al t i country to. Marian Gross is shown will1 in Quot i die Al Alk lot it famous race horse will by St of the show. The w Hitney a Ell. Dodge and in cuter a Many Blue ribbon prize winners. Alien Conn the by it k j eve the Cit i City vac Ancle tin City f. Niday Council is tag of f 15. 1939. F. Niday. Council Eil of the not filled on City my there k on the of arc a inem i a lied to Hie City a Rwm failed it continued on rage five j

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