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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - November 17, 1938, Arcadia, California A Bonelli Board of equalization official launches w a to two sections pages Independent j newspaper of. B in i a blot machines world in Joe news cover acc by International new service and United pro vol. Chi no. 271 weather fair tonight and , California thursday november 17, 1938 night clubs targets for machines in establishments serving liquors ordered a taboo by l. A. Member in a determined Campaign to bar Slot machines from places where liquor is sold state Board of equalization authorities today launched a state wide Campaign to Abate the evil. First to feel the sting of the Board s order prohibiting Slot machines in establishments where liquor is sold were two notorious gaming houses the Clover club at 8475 Sunset Boulevard Hollywood and the dunes club at Palm Springs. Goes into action notified that both gambling establishments As Well As the Swank Deauville club at Santa Monica were permitting patrons to a a play the machines in violation of the Law William Bonelli los Angeles member of the state Board of equalization. Immediately went into action. On Bonelli s motion the Board suspended the liquor permits issued to the dunes and the Clover club and the Deauville club. Warning Given a a sometime ago Quot said Bonelli Quot the operators of the dunes Clover and Deauville clubs were warned that Slot machines must be removed from their premises. Investigation revealed that our warning had been ignored. It is time the proprietors of such places realized that when the Board issues an order it Means state Board of equalization officials declared that their action should serve As a warning to All liquor establishments that the Board will not permit Slot machines on premises wh6re liquor is sold. A a a a a a a a a a Santa Anita Golf club organized von Rath a body Given nazi tribute in Home town in Campus Row the entire City of Dusseldorf Germany claimer a Holiday and crowds lined a stretch w Lien the body of Ernst von Rath former Secretary of the Paris embassy was brought Home Tor burial. Von Rath a death at the hand of a Young polish jew in Paris last week loosed nazi Germany s latest wave of anti Lewisii violence. Above radio photo shows von hath s body being carried on a gun Carriage flanked by nazi military dignitaries. Acme radio telephoto. Transfer of f Protection of a a skipped portion of Santa Anita Channel promised to Arcadia committee Transfer of $20,000 from the water departments depreciation fund to the general water fund was ordered today by Council order to prepare for the 1938 water Extension project program. According to water superintendent Scott Lee the amount Wall revert Back to the depreciation fund if the proposed Extension project is not approved by Federal agencies. Anti Handbill ordinance faces test in court residents whose property lines dip into the hazardous Santa Anita Wash Channel Between Val Nett and Walnut avenues breathed easier this afternoon As word was forwarded via committee representatives that tile county flood control department will a take care of a strip a Quarter of a mile Long Quot skipped in the training Channel work now underway Here. Announcement of this program was released today by a. J. Polach j of South tenth Avenue following receipt from flood control Headquarters in los Angeles. Verbal Promise a the property owners in this area have the verbal Promise that the skipped sector will be polach said today. Quot if left untouched our property stood chances of being wiped out even further in Case of a flood storm again this at the present time flood control Crews Are carrying on Channel training work South of the skipped sector and according to polach will be ordered northward at the completion of the current work. Huntington Park nov. 17 a Cess ability that municipal Handbill ordinances throughout the state 111 become invalid on constitutional rounds loomed Here today. Charging the City with interfering till the operation of his business j. Boomer owner of a dist rib Ting company has obtained a Tom ovary injunction in judge Relph Jenny a Federal District court Holch prohibits police from enforce j in the local Handbill Law. Briefs Are now being prepared by i Ity attorney Christopher j. Grif a and will be filed with the fed-�?�a1 court immediately. Hearing is d for december 19. Tuberculosis Survey set for county cities Survey of every Community in the county to determine the number of tubercular persons will be made by the United states Public health service. If the county and the state Are successful in sharing in an appropriation of $$30,000,000 expected to foe made by the coming session of Congress. Los Angeles county a eight congressmen Are to be urged to vote for the measure when it comes up Early next year. Mattoon assessment in City a passes into history Mattoon act assessing in the City of Arcadia today Quot passed into history As City treasurer Emma Hai Ner filed final report of completion of Bond cancellation with the Council. A sum of $16,632.15 in Bonds have been cancelled and filed. Mrs hairier disclosed. Bookmaking plea to be entered in court tomorrow Sam Patridge Huntington drive shoe Shiner charged with violation of the City a bookmaking ordinance is scheduled to enter plea tomorrow morning in Arcadia police court. Patridge is represented by William r. Blam former City attorney. Also scheduled for trial and plea is Clarence English Arcadia youth who led the Quot graveyard shift Quot of the police department a merry Chase recently with daring Early morning jail escape. English is to be tried on drunk driving charges and will enter plea on the jail break and theft of a City police car. Arcadia scouts head for Camp Outing tomorrow members of Arcadia boy scouts troops today prepared to leave the Community Cabin tomorrow afternoon at 4 o clock for the Outing at Camp Huntington above Altadena the first of the 1938-39 scouting year. Plans have been made to arrange transportation to and from the Camp it was announced this afternoon tile next court of Honor session for Arcadia troops will be held december i in the auditorium of the first Avenue school. On monday night members of the Arcadia District committee. Boy scouts of America will Convene in regular session in tile chamber of Commerce offices of the City Hall. Building permit total thus far in november for the City of Arcadia neared the $40,000 level it was announced at the City Hall by building inspector John j. Bottom a. At press time this afternoon the november aggregate was disclosed As $37,225. Permits issued this week include w. Vav. Mays 1411 South eighth Avenue erect dwelling and garage. $3,000 Henry Demel 54 East foothill Boulevard demolish building. $25 c. P. Cassady for a. M. Gay Frey. 33 Owen Avenue remodel Welling $1,000. Erect garage g. T. Mclaughlin. 708 South first Avenue erect garage. $250 George Soons for Frank Lueke 162-170 Diamond Street erect two residences and garage $3,500. Esther e. Nelson 26 Floral erect residence and garage $4,000 m h. Zimmerman 906 Sunset repair roof $80 Thomas a. Johnson for Kenneth Mahre 225 Camino real erect residence and garage $4,400. Officers break up a Speed orgy on try highways officers Jack some and Dudley Covell. Assisted by Captain Don Ott and officer Harry Peterson today were credited with stamping out a Speed racing clique composed of Southern California youths who Over a period of time have been reported using Arcadia highways As racing grounds. Robert m. Ware. Los Angeles was arrested last night on charges of reckless driving after the car in which he and Alan Shearn and Richard Neblett had turned Over on Cut ii sixth Avenue reports at the station disclosed. None of the youths were injured in the Accident. Epidemic of flu closes St. Mary a 45 stricken Oakland. Nov. 17.�?orders were issued today by brother Albert president of St. Mary a College to close the institution at least until monday because of an epidemic of intestinal influenza. Forty five students Are stricken on the Campus. Brother of a Nefor do i duh on scandal min promotion Fri mayor Bowron Tom Mission believed near decision on Davis application to retire deputies Cross mexican Border in Hunt for missing police officer store opens in new spot announcing the removal of her shop the Santa Anita smart shop to a new location today is mrs. Lucinah Bledsoe. The shop formerly in the Arcade building is now occupying a new location at 148 East Huntington Boulevard. Mrs. Bledsoe in the few months in which she has been in business Here has won an enviable place for herself among discriminating women of the Community. Her attractive shop features Only the finest lines of merchandise comparable to that carried in the Large Las Angeles shops and by weekly buying trips t o Market centers she keeps in touch with the latest modes and is constantly receiving Lovely new garments. Only one design she stocks Only one design of a kind and features exclusively the famous Phoenix line of dresses that is displayed Only in America s smartest shops. She also has a special Brand of hosiery obtainable nowhere else in the Valley that has a patented top stretching from 5 to 18 inches entirely obviating Garter runs and snags. For Holiday buying in anticipation of the Holiday season mrs. Bledsoe is showing at i Tractive lingerie Beautiful houseboats in Rich colors sweaters scarfs i tailored Slack suits for lounging at Tractive pyjamas Clever blouses i skirts and separate Slacks. For the fashion Wise Junior miss. Mrs. Bledsoe shows the latest styles in the Well known Mayfair line which is featured extensively in Vogue. J evening gowns i with the gala Holiday season in mind she is installing a Beautiful line of evening frocks. Stunning creations in Black and All the wanted seasonal colors have been ordered and soon will be taken from tissue Day exciting new purchases Are received at the shop fresh from fashion marts and smart frocks. It suits Coats and dresses Are daily unpacked designed to Quot glorify Femi nity. More than 50 attend dinner session As plans made to join pub Linx group plans were launched today by the Santa Anita men s Golf club organized at a dinner meeting at be Derby tavern to become the Quot baby member of the Southern California Public links association. James c. Bone City attorney of Arcadia was elected president of the new club with William Mcmillan los Angeles flood control official vice president former president of the Brookside club in Pasadena Secretary treasurer. Others named Al Muller of Arcadia Heads the tournament committee and or. I. N. Kendall the Handicap committee to serve until permanent elections Are held after the first of the year. Dignitaries introduced at the meeting attended by More than 50 golfers included Hugh Kyle course Green keeper Ralph Brooks Engineer of the Parks and recreational department Mickey Curtis a. Lyons Roy Bearden course pro John records Secretary of the Arcadia chamber of Commerce Joe Deporte and William Brady of the Southern California golfing news Bill Bronson Spaulding representative Quot who supplied motion pictures of golfing greats and others. Special guests Bill Schuerman president of the Southern California Public links association and Fred of Bannon first vice president and tournament chairman of the same group were special guests at the affair. Is los Angeles nov. 17.�? ins a toe Shaw Brot Secretary to sex mayor Frank l. Shaw underwent an Tensive Grill inv before the county Arrand jury today. He was closeted with the jury for 25 minutes be emerita by for a Brier recess Bis face flushed and Obriot a imitated he was asked if he was All through with the grand jury. Quot no. Not he replied further questioning he was then recalled for further questioning As the jurors probed into the City Job Selling scandal. Shaw apparently was a Given the the grand jury grilled him detail by detail on each specific h r the in the statements made inure i sly Heiters Stanford a High stepping drum majorette Maxine Turner Winner in a i a ent c a ups Row started by the Ivo an -. Not re ii a it. A a a u net s against him. Whether he was answering any of these questions or in taken or t re n 1 Tiona rights and refusing to answer was not known. Decision near on to a tsp Tion re angel17&Quot nov 1 with or. Alexander Stoddard. Standing educator of ame bringing the principal add Toncy Erv from ail sections of Sot Era California on Satu Quot Dar n ing will con vers in an Institute Sion in the auditorium of Tim Rovia acc via Duarte High sri announcement of fhe ant Iii. Eau lieu to a. Ike un.,o the attractive arum majorette was allowed to remain a member of the unit in Good standing. Acme telephoto. F e latest world news flashes by United pm and International new sender wanted by Arcadia police for the past six months on forgery and bad Check charges e. Woehler notorious criminal was located today in the1 los Angeles county jail where he is i serving a sentence for a similar offence. On completion of his sentence.1 Woehler. According to police investigator vie Torrance will be brought to Arcadia for trial before police judge Boller. Woehler according to Torrance i has been arrested 33 times since 1918. A i pow co"1 end five re a a in Ber f a i pc a or a a a Ltd a a a for More Quot Han two hour Bel i locked doer today. Utmost secrecy screened the Ron apr nip Serene tuning reports the rate of chief Davis was being de red. A pit meeting to mediately after rho meeting a a a a the Mavor Bowron. The Rani in. On is to meet in its first official Quot Sion since confirmation of or Ryhn p. Buckley and Raymond l. Knight As members by the City Council. One report had it that the Bow on administration also would seek a he resignation of assistant chief George a. Allen a favorite in the a prime of former mayor Frank l. Shaw. He is superintendent o. A i Denver and was of Rasa me position at Providence r f and at the present time is Cha of the educational policies con Ait tee of the National education m elation and is the author of be vial books based on education. Farley planning to resign from Cabinet new York nov. 17. Inst postmaster general James a. Farley is planning to resign As a member of president Roosevelt a Cabinet to go into private business. He was today giving serious consideration to half a dozen Good offers from business concerns. Falling plane report Given Arcadia police los Angeles. Nov. 17�? ins a searching for police it. Peter Del Gado key figure under indictment in the current City Job Selling scandal was pushed across the Border into Mexico today but without result. In a Telephone message to the sheriffs office Here Deputy de Ayres head of the sheriff s foreign relations department reported he and a District attorney s investigator had crossed into Mexico at a Small town in Arizona. Museum owner Honor guest at Fresno meets w. Parker Lyon Owmer manager collector for the Pony express museum Here today was in Fresno where tonight he will be a guest of Honor at the annual reunion meeting of the Fresno civic club. A former mayor of the san Joaquin Valley Community Lyon accepted the invitation forwarded him this week. He will return to Arcadia tomorrow. Arcadian moves Law offices to Monrovia building Olson to study budget plans at Capitol los Angeles nov. 17. Ins a planning to leave for Sacramento tonight to begin a study of state affairs prior to his inauguration As governor state sen. Culbert l. Olson passed the Day arranging his private Law business and holding conferences with political aides. He will devote the next three or four weeks at the state Capitol in preparing the new state budget. Cio sidetracks Quot third term for fur move Grotto. Pittsburgh. Nov. 17. a an attempt by delegates to place the convention of the Congress of Industrial organization on record endorsing a third term for president Roosevelt and praising the new Deal was sidetracked quickly today by Cio leaders. Lee Pressman counsel of the Cio and head of the resolutions committee assured the convention that a measure dealing with the administration and other political subjects would be submitted. Astronomers and scientists today mused Over a meteor which last a night lighted the entire Southwest j for several seconds. It was sighted i at 9 20 p. Rn., flashing like a Gigan tic flare and was witnessed by j thousands of persons in Southern j California communities. Arcadians sent reports to the Po-1 lice station that a Quot plane falling in i flames had disappeared Back of Monrovia Peak Quot it was announced j today at the Wheeler Street head j quarters. Astronomers from local observatories said the flare was seen As far i South As san Diego and to the North j and East As far As Wyoming and new Mexico. Life history subjects for addresses Given by Lions life history of club members were related at today s regular weekly i luncheon session of tile Arcadia Den of Lions International at be Derby tavern As Impromptu speeches were j the order of the Day. With Everett Watt serving As program chairman tile following j Lions Quot told All Quot about themselves since their school Days William a. Murphy vie Torrance will Tussing and Harry easter Brook. Guests include Charles Gibson Arcadia and d. Lloyd Nelson Al Monte. I Europe at a glance by United press and International news service Transfer of the Law offices of Cecil l Lacy of Arcadia to the backs building in Monrovia was Annun a i by the Arcadian today. Lacy opened offices in read a a 1936. Me Quot eos a the air Berlin. Nov. 17.�? ins a the United states commercial attache Douglas Miller today was recalled to Washington by the department o f Commerce. His assistant will be in charge during ids absence from Berlin. London. Nov. 17.�? up a great Britain and the United state neared agreement today on a plan to Ranson German jews and resettle them in what would be the most prodigious mass emigration in history. The plan initiated by american ambassador Joseph Kenedy and which would Cost approximate Quot $150,000,000. Was expected to he submitted to a five Power directorate of the enter government jew committee. To of Ftfe a t a ii t hand Aye Franco Spanish Frontier nov. 17�? up a to h the 400 Square mile pocket Aln a the w St Bank of the a Quot a a Chol All loyalists Generali 1 Francisco f Ranco was expected today to resume his drive on Valencia. . Iii a rear a finc k h j every we a i at 4 15 p. M

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