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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - November 4, 1938, Arcadia, California It Huntington drive Boot Lack faces bookmaking charge in City court read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features a amp Man Independent pail news a Pep world wide news coverage by International Newt service and United press vol. Viii no. 261 weather fair tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia. California Friday november j. 1938 single copy Seol Washington merry go thud Markwick Turco Drew Pearson on Robert s. Allen Washington a More trouble Flihan they could dream is brewing for the beleaguered and besmirched members of the Federal communications c Mill Salon. The Day is not far Distant when some of them probably will be summoned to the White House desk and blithely Given the Opportunity of resigning or being fired. According to the latest decision of the supreme court the president cannot fire members of a quasi judicial Agency such As the acc. However presidential investigators have dug up so much dirt on certain members of the communicant Lions commission that the chances Are they would prefer to resign than face Public investigation. If they do not Roosevelt seriously considers firing the whole lot citing the reasons Why and letting them Appeal to the supreme court. When the court was preponderant by Anit new Deal it held that Roosevelt had illegally removed Federal Trade commissioner William Humphrey. Previous to this decision however it had Given another ruling just the opposite. So with a couple of new dealers now on the court kit Sevelt advisers believe that the Une might Reserve themselves. Note seven men Strong the acc members have been fighting together Ever since their appointment. Some Are Hoover holdovers some Roosevelt men. The radio Industry Long has been disgusted with the whole commission. Next in line if the president finally decides not to name prof. Felix Frankfurter to the supreme court the Choice will lie Between these two men Thurman Arnold assistant attorney general in charge of the anti Trust division. He come from Wyoming. Senator Louis Seh Wellenbach too per cent new dealer from Washington. M note a justices Sutherland and Van Devanter who have resigned continued on Page two City a population estimate set at 10,300 Arcadia s population today was is i timoted at 10,300 by City clerk Harry Nesbitt a Basin the top latino a a roughly t As 2.2 times the number of registered voters the above estimate was gained Nesbitt explained. In an estimate of two years ago. Nesbitt a figures placed the population at 8,100. What noted people Are saying by International news service i Des Moines . Cran. Pete Ley d. Butler retired officer Oft he u. S. Marines Quot one out of every 500 americans is a f new York a magistrate Jeannette g. Brill denouncing women marrying solely to obtain a Home a a woman who does not love a Man has no rigid to marry Bostons Alfred p. Sloan jr., chairman of general motors corporation s a it just can to be True that the x american Economy can Only be sustained by consuming our National London a King George in a speech read to the House of lords a the cause of peace was powerfully aided by the timely action of the president of the i. S. election Odds in swing to Republican group san Francisco nov. 4. Uns election betting Odds offered by san Francisco commissioners today swung sharply in favor of re publican nominees for senator governor and lieutenant governor. Heretofore Odds have favored democratic nominees. Today even Money was offered on governor Merriam and Philip Bancroft and 10-8 on or. Walter Scott Franklin for lieutenant governor. Betting commissioners said they had plenty of Merriam Bancroft Franklin Money but no takers. Los Angeles nov. 4. Ins a along Spring Street in los Angeles. 1 Culbert l. Olson democratic a nominee for governor is still an a 8-5 favorite Over governor Merriam. In both san Francisco and los Angeles 2-1 Odds were placed thai the a Ham in eggs pension plan would be Defeated. Children of poet to live with grandpa ending a Row in the Sierra Madre literary Colony the three children of poet Ralph Cheyney and his poetess wife Lucia Trent will be sent to the Philadelphia Home of their Grandfather Edward p. Cheyney noted historian. The arrangement was agreed upon at a closed meeting before juvenile referee Margaret Pratt. A state humane officer had taken the children from the Chey Neysa on charges they Are not fit parents. Cheyney at a trial last week was exonerated of charges of cruelty to the youngsters. The Grandfather is the former Dean of history at the University of Pennsylvania and is a noted textbook writer. He offered the children a Home for at least a year. They will leave for Philadelphia saturday. Lucia aged la. And twins Ralph and Trent Cheyney 9, spend their time in juvenile Hall busily writing poems. They testified solemnly at the trial that they love their father and were spanked Only when naughty. Cheyney is a former poet laureate of Pennsylvania. He claims the trouble is spite work arising from a local political feud. He said Quot its the town against the los Angeles California state attorney general u. S. Webb in ruling on various illegal games and sports Quot the Only thing honest about a f dug race is the a a a a a a a a a a Webb orders lid slammed Down on gambling Pieh Hill by nun my communists believed responsible for explosion ill a m to t in j a it Ltd a Kwh Sam Patrid Jare arrested after a a Decoy places warier on race at Bay Meadows mob i we enters flu pleading not guilty and asking for a trial by jury j. L. Mesh Pasadena was at Liberty on $50 bail today charged with driving a team of horses while intoxicated late saturday night. Mesh was driving the ill fated Hay rack which was twice struck by j cars on Colorado Boulevard near the 1 old Santa Anita depot in a collision i in which miss Marjean Maurer 16. Of South Pasadena was killed and 13 other Young men and women j were injured. Church group mesh was pronounced intoxicated by examining physicians at the a Carina police station following the Quot double barrel eds crash. He was driving the horse team pulling the Hay Wagon on a trip taken by Mem hers of the Walther league of the i Pasadena lutheran Church. Believed by Arcadia police to be a a go Between for bookmakers operating on a Large scale Here acid in other Southland communities Sam Patridge 975 Worcester Street Pasadena Veteran Huntington drive Boc Black. Charged with bookmaking activities today was at Liberty on his own recognizance with plea to be heard on november 18, it was announced by chief of police Loren c. Roosevelt. Patridge known along the Huntington drive business Section As a Sam the Boot Lack a who also serves in a janitor capacity for several stores Here was arrested at his stand adjoining the foyer of the Arcadia theatre by Arcadia police after a a Decoy bettors had placed a Wager with Patridge on a race being run at Bay Meadows. Actions watched a Sam was handling Between $20 and $100 a Day at his stand Quot chief Roosevelt said today following the arraignment proceedings in the local police court. A this actions have been watched for some time. It is the belief of the department that he is a go Between for bookies operating on a Large scale in Southern California communities a Patridge and his attorney William r. Elam former City attorney of Arcadia were in court today. Elam requested additional time to enter plea with the Date set by police judge Ardene Boller As Friday november 18. Inn. Los of j svs Mummy fire sweeps rectory of c Hurch of St. Anthony origin is undetermined 4 up i Law is f ill Jai Wili a Quot. A it Vii a i suspect the this was the statement made today by Manfred von Killinger German Eon Sui general in san Francisco following an investigation of an explosion which Tore a Hole in the nazi Steamer Vancouver in san Francisco Bay yesterday. Below right. Captain Vav. Messenger of the Vancouver who declares that the a explosion was outside the a Acme telephoto. City county offices to observe j election Day As Holiday two holidays fail during next week my Europe at a glance by United press and International news service Rome nov. 4. A ins a real peace and political stability Are being realized in Europe Premier Mussolini declared today adding that it would be a a imprudent to give in however to premature optimism. I henday Franco Spanish Frontier nov. 4. A ins a new advances were claimed today by Spanish insurgent forces in the bitterly contested Ebro District As they pressed ahead in an apparent move to sever the government lines. London nov. 4. A u. Put the news chronicle in a Jerusalem dispatch reported today that Abdul Razik Arab rebel Leader threatened to Boycott Amel Iran goods demolish american buildings and seize american portable property if the United states government intervened in favor of continued jewish immigration to Palestine. Arcadia City offices and Banks and All los Angeles county offices will be closed next tuesday election Day it was announced today state offices also will be closed for the Day. Persons desiring to pay their taxes in person should not come to the county tax collectors office tuesday because that office also will be closed for the Day. Ano i or r Holiday Friday of next week also is a Legal Holiday in Observance of armistice Day. And All county state and City offices will be closed on that Day also. This is the first time for several years that a double Holiday has occurred in one week and it leaves but monday wednesday and thursday for transaction of business. Scores of Public employees of the City county and state governments Are planning trips for the three Day Holiday of Friday. Saturday and sunday. Employees of the Federal government will not get a Holiday on election Day but will on armistice Day. It was explained. There will be no delivery of mail on armistice Day. As postmen also get a Holiday on Riel tipsters that occasion. The regular tuesday meeting of the Board of supervisors will be held on wednesday instead. 14 Killen la a Milt Date set for opening of Bond Sale bids next wednesday november 9, is the new Date set for opening of bids for Sale of the $129,000 Bond Issue authorized recently by the voters of the Arcadia City school District according to the Board of supervisors. Proceeds from Sale of the Issue will be used to finance new buildings for the District Perpignan France nov. 4.�? ins a Many persons were feared killed and injured today when four insurgent planes bombed tile f Ultra main line Railroad viaduct just across the Franco Spanish Border. London nov. 4�? u pm King George in a message to parliament today praised president Roosevelt a action in the Czechoslovakia crisis As a powerful Aid to the cause of peace and expressed Hope that with the passion of the crisis a new Era might have been opened in Europe. New York. Nov. 4.�?new Yolks $15,000,000 a year race tip Racket was under fire today following raids yesterday which brought More than 70 arrests in 13 Manhattan and Brooklyn publishing offices. United states attorney Lamar Hardy directing the raids ordered the detectives to arrest everyone on the premises on charges of using the mails to defraud. 12 squads tile raiding squads 12 in number cracked Down on the following a tipster Quot centers authentic turf Bureau track cracks r. B. B. Publishing co. Pay off King associates. Winner Paragon Institute of race ology Rex. Flag. Charles j Bauer. Thoro bred publishing co Henry Miller Sam Stern and racing weekly. London. Nov. 4 ins a thirteen persons three Crew members and to passengers including one child were burned to death today when an Airliner bound for England crashed while attempting to take off from the Jersey Airport in the Channel islands. A aboard the Craft perished when the machine burst into flames after plunging to death. The death toll was brought to 14 when a Man working in the Field where the plane crashed was killed communists Are blamed for s. F. Explosion san Francisco nov 4 1 1 a Manfred von kill \ a German Consul general announced Toda his investigation established that an explosion which Tore a Hole in the n Izi Steamer Vancouver Quot came from outside the he said he suspected communists Quot i think Quot he said Quot it was the work of saboteurs incited by continued agitation against Germany by certain groups in this country. I suspect the communists my investigation established Bey my doubt the explosion came from the out-1 Ide. There could net have been an explosion in the engine room. Typhoon reported ripping Way across Philippines Manila p i nov. 4 it ins roaring out of tile Pacific Ocean a typhoon swept a ices the Cor Cal philippine islands group late tonic and was feared to have caused proper is damage and loss of life. Pasadena bound Over to Superior court for sentence pleading guilty in police court tonne Victor Krait a Pasadena. River of a car in ave Here Over the wee mrs. Fred p. Redo was injured was b Superior court for s Kraft according failed to make a be tin Santa Anna. \ drive intersection it car driven by f about the face a Redner. In a collision and in which of Monrovia hounded Over to sentence. To p Alice rep uts oui Evard Stop at Imus Huntington colliding with a p. Redner cuts suffered by mrs poker games Bingo other so called a a legals activities under fire los Angeles. Nov. 4.�? ins a mayors chiefs of police and other City officials i rom eight los Angeles county cities had been told Toda by attorney general u. S. Webb to find some Way to a a lean up the gambling situation. Quot if you have Webb advised Quot raise the License fees High enough to put these establishments out of eighteen men and one woman mrs Nellie Ruffier mayor of Al. Monte where the card room situation has developed into a civic fight went Home from a two hour conference certain that they must do something about poker Parlours and Bingo games but not quite cer j Ain How they were going to do Itin some cases. Violate Laws Many of the games Webb told his conferees Are operating in a direct open and vicious violation of the j others he admitted May be within the technical limits of the Law but nevertheless Are a taking thousands of dollars away from Gullible discussion entered largely about 1 the opinion rendered by Webb two years ago to the effect that draw poker under certain circumstances was Legal. Quot that opinion Quot he told the visit-1 my officials Quot was Given in the Light of conditions two years ago when 1 poker was played among friends or in saloons and dives. A big business Quot now it has become a big business. It has become too big a Busi Ness. A if anyone has been honestly mis led in the interpretation of that opinion Anc so has been violating the Law without intending to i regret that it has from the discussion the officials Learned j that draw poker is Legal when it continued on Page 5 latest world news flashes by United press and International news service strike averted As notices withdrawn Chicago nov. 4. Uns a definitely removing any threat of a nation wide Railroad strike 120 of the country a leading Railroad executives voted today to withdraw notices of a 15 per cent pay Cut for nearly 1.000,000 Railroad workers. President Roosevelt was immediately advised of the action. New York nov. 4.�? inst a roman Catholic brother and a Cook were burned to death and four priests were injured today when fire of undetermined origin swept a five Story rectory of the Church of St. Anthony of Padua a franciscan order. The dead trapped in their sleep were identified As brother John Laizza 58. And the Cook known Only As Tappero. 62. Firemen under the supervision of mayor f. H. Laguardia staged thrilling rescues carrying the priests Down ladders. One priest father Luigi suffered a fractured leg when he leaped from a fifth floor window. Tomei sit employees of the los Angeles county departments on tuesday november 8 election Day will make Headquarters at the Quot Santa Anita Golf course in the county a recreational Center to qualify for the annual county offices Golf tournament. Announcement of the qualification round to be played at 18 holes was made today by Verne Wickham course manager. Golfers qualifying on tuesday will then be paired for match play to determine champions of various sections Wickham stated. The majority of the rounds will be played on the Arcadia course Wickham said. Y amp ill Joe Shaw fails to appear As probe continues los Angeles. Nov. 4. Ins a a new mystery developed today in the midst of los Angeles Job graft probe when authorities disclosed that Joe shawls promised return to the City apparently has failed to materialize. The disclosure came after District attorneys investigators seeking to serve Shaw brother and former see Leary of sex mayor Frank l. Shaw with a grand jury subpoena met without Success. Propositions on ballot is subject for club talk propositions ballot today t address Delfe Are a to i a rot Ai november 8 object for an in bets of the h u Kenne f to private services for i Asadi a physic Ian Pasadena nov. 4. Ins a private funeral service were planned today Tor or. Walter p. Bliss. 49, prominent physician who yesterday stabbed himself to death with a bread knife. Cd Kroner a a attendants decided not to hold an inquest after receiving reports t i police Labelling the death As Brilliant physician until a week ago chief of staff of Huntington memorial Hospital took his life police said As a result of despondency Over his arrest october 19 in Pasadena a sensational morals purge. We re on the air Khz of the Mutual Don Lee coast to coast network is the official radio station of Arcadia Tribune. J .1 a Pix a Cox a a a a and the Arcadia hews tune in on Lur world and local news broadcast Over Khz every wednesday at 4 15 i. M

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