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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - November 8, 1937, Arcadia, California Indus try crop con f we Sor it Aan Istatt it on turn 5� f Down Mev did t turn Oft at t i Tulp of these go on to the next. Yes sir tue re la by another about a mile y further re on j drive on Mai of f t up 7, top at every c pol5 Poad. Of Dan let follow i did t think they would stay Long on the Concrete Warden they knew that All the main roads would a watched yes have you got a am i map of thus v a locality j it Arcadia Dar y trip i inc no i Dimaggio wins All America award monday november ft.l937 special do ii areas go tackle five tasks Bali curies san Francisco sports writers tendered them a big banquet and rec Pion when they came Home from the world s Ries. At left ii. Smith Veteran sports writer is presenting Lochi Imaggio with the Aii a. Mica baseball sweater. Next to Smith is Tony , then comes Dimaggio Myril Hoag. Lefty Gomez looking Over Hoags shoulder and Dick Sartell. The daily Tribune a business and professional directory i. N. Kendall m. D. Surgery. Gynaecology obstetrics office hours to to 12 2 to 5 evenings 7-8, except wednesday phone Shi 101 n. First ave. Loans notary insurance Dee m. Payne real estate 50 e. Huntington Arcadia phone Arcadia 2294 m c radio store phone 2298 we repair All makes of sets 18 North first Avenue Arcadia Ethel c. Guinther chiropractor too n. First ave. Pm. 2813 next door to Post office. Ive to it program when the special session of Congress culled by president Roosevelt convenes on nov. 15, administration leaders May propose limiting legislation to a five Point program postponing other legislation to the regular session in january. In that event Hie program will include consideration of crop control wage and hour regulation government reorganization regional planning and revision of the anti Trust Laws. So wide is the scope of this proposed program that Many p ans will be affected such As the group of miners upper left Vvs i St a Ted a stay Down strike in a Wilsonville. 111., Coal pit or th1 Field workers harvesting a crop of wheat on a Creve Coeur mo., farm lower left. Industrial plants Vail feel the legislation such As the Republic steel corporation new $15,000,090 strip steel Mill upper right largest in the world about to open on flip Cuya hoga River Flats near Cleveland. Here for the first time in history a Sheet of steel 94 inches wide will Roll out of a continuous hot Mill at 24 Miles an hour. In lower Center Are Louis Brownlow of Chicago left and or. Luther Gulick two of the committee it five appointed by president Roosevelt lower right to Confer with the Senate committee on government reorganization upper Center shows Washington fireman giving Tho Capitol a Bath in prep Iraklion for the opening. Arcadia disposal co. 58 e. Huntington or. Phone 2294 collections mondays and thursdays 50c a month Carl f. Bass optometrist phone 585 hours 9 to 5 examination by appointment 50 h e. Huntington Arcadia German Freedom party hits at Roosevelt talk or. T. H. Smith dentist hours 9 to 6 a phone 2630 evenings by appointment 671 w. Duarte re. Arcadia or. Grack Cullen chiropractor Telephone 2504 hours 9 a. In. To 5 p. In. Evenings by appointment 225 a. First Avenue Arcadia in i infill errs Berlin no 8 the my Quot German Freedom party Tributino pamphlets quoting in ens from president Tom err Gnu s Dis refer if Pelt fit w or John f. Houlihan draperies a venetian blinds upholstering 124 e. Huntington drive phone 511 or 798 Ideal it slivered 5. And hinted at of quarantining German new spa office 2891 a phone a res. 2491 or. Bruce f. Sims physician surgeon Osteopath office hours 10-12, 2-5 evenings 7-9, . Amp Fri. No. 7 Arcade bldg. Arcadia George h. Stevens watchmaker watches clocks and diamonds watch clock Aud jewelry repairing 678 w. Quarte Arcadia hours 9 to 5 phone 483 evenings by appointment or. E. W. Bellinger dentist Laflamme Arcade bldg. No. 7 38 e. Huntington Arcadia now famous Ohi it disclosed today. When the pres speech o tuber the desirability peace disturber pens closely controlled by the nazi government paid scant attention to it. Today foreign newspaper correspondents received by mail printed pamphlets of four pages headed j German Freedom party brings to the German prop e knowledge of president Roosevelt s speech at the pamphlets were mailed at Stuttgart. There were Liberal direct j quotations from the speech include Quot quarantine Quot i ing references to the Flowers for every possible occasion. Delivered anywhere 24-hour service Fords House of Flowers 515 w. Huntington Monrovia phone 215 by mrs to ski Vick Fred Donkin Public accountant in let Tiina unit ilk it in a a it a i i i re mar. Nil social of lurid Sal and i Liming Tux report i la it i i in Iii \ re. I <11.� ii a i in. I isl to the menace to peace by War minded nations and to violations. Important passage emphasized by the use of Type. Dan Dunn i the modern Priscillas will meet i thursday afternoon november la. Int 3 p. Rn., at the Home of mrs. E. D. I Burbank 42 East Carter. Mrs. L. A. Sherman will to the assisting hos i Terr As there is much business to j is Usa it As asked that All Mem a be is be present on the hour i i or. And mrs. W. P. Osterhout have arrived from Philadelphia and taken a House in Hayden gardens. Or osterhout has purchased the Sierra Madre Riding Academy. A met. L ing of those interested in the work of the Junior drama Guild will be heal this evening at the Home of mrs. Francis m. Eak Man. 194 Mariposa. Mrs ragman will discuss the work of the Jun i ions. And explain the financial problems which their sponsor faces in her work. Unity Center has established a boding Library of books pertaining Loos work. It is open one afternoon a a Veek. Wednesday at 78 South l Ermosa Avenue with mrs. Florence Kindy in charge. I or. And mrs. A h Holcombe i have sold their Home at 508 Elm i Avenue and will return to new. York City where or. Holcomb i plans to resume his business in i crests. What a going on today veterans of foreign wars installation of officers Park House 8 p. In. Of n House episcopal Home Tor children at churl of the Angels Gur Vanza. 2 to 5 p. In meeting of parents and others interested in work of children a drama league Home of mrs. Francis Al. Eakman 154 Mariposa 8 p. M. Or. C. L. Hoover of Santa Ana a former resident of Sierra Madre asked in town saturday american legion Post 297 will give an armistice Day dance tonight at the woman a clubhouse. Fletcher a orchestra of Pasadena will Supply the music and there will be games and cards for those who do not wish to dance. Russell Lovejoy Heads the dance committee and associated with him Are William Schwartz Colin Hill Art of Bree Thorne Mathias and Lloyd Welch. As guest of or and mrs. Marlborough Terrace Alfred Dewey mrs. George my drive is severe illness. Johnston of convalescing wooden a or tuesday evening. November 9, mrs. A m. Perry of Arcadia will give a dinner for forty guests at a he Wistaria Vine gardens Sierra Madre. On wednesday november to mrs. Thomason will entertain 14 guests for luncheon at the Wistaria gardens the greater number being members of the woman a Relief corps of Las Angeles. Wistaria Beauty shop treatments by appointment Telephone 194-2 38 n. Baldwin sic Era Madre mrs. Griswold of Hollywood who had a summer Home in Sierra Madre Canyon died at her Home last week. Funeral services took place Friday. Carl Hansen Ford authorized sales and service courteous efficient service 37 w. Sierra Madre blvd. Tel. 82 Sierra Madre news Rolens elected head of Capa group Fred Rolens publisher of the South Pasadena foothill review. Was named president Al the san Gabriel Valley of the California newspaper publishers association at a dinner and meeting held in the Wistaria Vine gardens fifty publishers and their wives attended the meeting in addition to electing a new president the newspaper men named k c. Wiss of the Downey live wire Vic president mrs Alice Mcclelland la Verne Leader Secretary and Stanley Larson Claremont courier treasurer. John Long manager of the c n p. A., spoke on the reasons Back of the increase in the Price of newsprint and the need to recognize tile labor problem As acute in the weekly As Well As the daily Field. Let Shippey representing tile los Angeles times extended an invitation to the association members to hold their december meeting in tile new times building. Tile invitation was accepted and a tour of tile times Plant will be a feature of the coming meeting. Noted baritone Here wednesday Frank Kneeland the gifted baritone whose signing has caused so much favourable comment will be heard in recital at the woman a club wednesday Forenoon at la of clock. Following or. Kneel and a offerings tile club members will hear mrs. Pennington of Hollywood who is to speak on a our changing universe a City planning group to hold open meeting a meeting which should interns every Man and woman iffy Madre will be held in the counc5 ii chamber City Hall on november 9, at 8 p. Rn., when the City planning commission will Ciu cuss the whole question of Pasadena and of the eight cities of the 8a�� Gabriel Valley who Are planning Legal action against Pasadena. A Tum to Lay their eases before the Siert Madre Public at a later meeting open to All it is the Hope of tile Cost Fil rtt that the vexed matter of Wale Supply May be amicably set fam Abd for that reason authorities on both sides of to it Case will be asked to make their positions Clear to Sierra Madre people. When it is realized that the Els a Fence of the City itself is tied up with its water Supply it will to realized How very important this meet no May be and that eve Rydh who has the Good of the City a heart should be present at the preliminary meeting on tuesday evening and at the later meeting when those who stand in opposition will have the Chance to air their views. The City planning commission through its chairman mrs. W. J Lawless asks you to come out tues Day evening hear what the myth hers of the commission have t Siv and voice your own opinion a to what should be tone in til present crisis. I to not forget Thi time and place tuesday evening 8 of clock Council Chambers City Hall. The Pasadena chamber music ensemble gave a concern of hungarian airs at the Wistaria Vine gardens yesterday afternoon their Bright hungarian costumes adding another Brilliant note to the massed color of the Flowers on display. On tuesday november 9, mrs. Adrian Johnson of Sierra Madre will give a luncheon and Bridge at the Wistaria Vine gardens. Sierra mad reans tonight american legion dance woman a clubhouse Sierra Madre 8 of clock Post no. 297 invites you to dance to the music of Fletcher a orchestra cards and other games tickets 40c you May phone your Tribune subscription orders to mrs. N. S. Mason 91 e. Laurel phone Sierra Madre 3143 in Sierra Madre ifs Standard service station for Gas and Oil drop in and see us j. Milton Steinberger 115 West Sierra Madre blvd. Phone 2971 jacks we fit feet for shoes styles graduate Ortho Peist we can order any make of 502 s. Myrtle ave. Monrovia Calif. X Ray shoe fitting shoe to fit your foot Warden. Tut tupac pkg to Tim ins i Jepe tue con vets went this conc pc a Poad prompt am economical financing on Home Loans greater Arcadia bv1lding-loan association lit Basi Huntington do. Telephone 4k9 men and ladles tailor i leaning and a. In is Rauser alterations at Cash and carry 118 f. Huntington or. Prices phone 522 la Motte a cleaners phone 2406 dependable service a Quality work by k i11# of i or vol offal �?~>>7 a Fth of a Irso a 4rpnf in a. L. Leaveren2 min i and driveway improvements of a kinds f i ertl it on track ii 231 s. Second Wente phone arcadians s. V. Schermerhorn Agency general insurance a real estate a notary 146 East Huntington or phone 547 Sunshine a a it cleaners pm. 2262 we Lead in Quality and service Lailios Iii Aliet atreus Sci Iliin repairs Low and carry Pines jux n. St. Arcadia hmm this Poad leads to a deserted swampland Wadden am Ideal place Fop Crooks to hide it sounds re. Asonia by of when Yaj of hardware of Quot of it Ari 1210 Baldwin Pho Kli 322 / see their cars stopped by this path let me look around Fop v a moment f a j by Norman Marsh they turned he ref the same tire m markings arc in w i / the dust j _ j hurry they got out of their cars Here and went up this path see Theip footprints in this soft spot \ How could vot4 Tell they mad stopped. Dam ?

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