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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - November 18, 1937, Arcadia, California Americans prepare to evacuate banking As chinese government folds world wide news coverage by United press and International news service Goa non Pepe n de n e w s a Pep arcadians this is your newspaper Din vol Vii. No. 258 weather fair tonight and Friday Arcadia California thursday november 18, 1037 Gle c Opy general Hugh Johnson says accordion band on Church program i Nim right. It u. Ii i nit to prom by Tell rat it Lur. Uoti in or Purl Farhi Imron. All right run Arird by Hugh s. Johnson it Ashington d. A. Nov. In the president Shu l not wage warfare abroad without a declaration of War by Congress. Congress shall not declare War or conscript men for service overseas without n referendum vote of All citizens except in Case of invasion military expedition or attack by a foreign military Force against the United states its territorial possessions or their resident citizens or of invasion or military expedition against any other North american or Caribbean country. The preceding paragraph is tile Gist of senator la Follette proposal to Amend the Constitution. Wih a few clarifications and minor exceptions i think it is . The first sentence prohibiting the president from waging War abroad is very necessary. Presidents have done that in the past recently in Haiti Nicaragua and twice in Mexico at Vera Cruz and in our prolonged military occupation of parts of Chihuahua. These instances were not of vital importance but in View of the growth of a new monstrosity in the world undeclared War those pres i continued on Page two Arcadia launches War on vice gambling racketeers stinging Stites Cim Bebe St of a a hot on Ille Eil bets cat War wild the los Angeles accordion band of to Pieres. Pel nerd a Bove a Jio Irviing Quot or a of the sunday evening at the Arcadia Community Church. Miss Vilonia Lull of Arcadia group. A four women present As Many hats entries close november 30 for poultry show entries for the second annual poultry show to be held in the auditorium of the City Hall under the auspices of the san Gabriel Valley poultry association will positively close on november 30. It was announced today by d. A. Strawn of Arcadia president. A we expect about 400 Birds to be exhibited in this event Quot president Strawn stated this afternoon a and the entry Book will be closed Down at the end of this local merchants Are included on the list of donors of prizes which will be awarded during the show to be staged december 3, 4 and 5. What noted people Are saying by International news service a musical treat has been secured j for the evening service at the Anadia Community Church for sunday. It was announced today by or. N. Milo Fisk pastor. The Well known 30-piece los Angeles accordion band will Render several selections during the evening he announcement stated miss Virginia Hill of Arcadia is included on the roster of the organization. Among the selections to be play de by the band Are a a grand March from Aida. Quot Tranquilia overture Quot 1 a a the thunderer Quot and solos from j a a ave tile Sermon topic for the evening hour will be a thou Art thou j Shalt at the la o clock morn j ing service the theme is Quot divine Arcadia Lions seek prize at session tonight needing Only one More Triumph to Clinch the yearly attendance prize of the foothill Council the Arcadia Den of Lions International tonight will attend the monthly session to be held in Al Monte. Because of tills evening s affair this noon a weekly luncheon session of the local Den was cancelled. The Arcadia Lions have enough Points on the attendance trophy to assure the 1937 award with a High percentage of members present tonight. President Charles j. Beery stated this afternoon. Tribune editorial lauded Here by coordinating Council new York a former president Oover says one healthy Genera Ion would bring Utopia a if we had just one generation of properly born adequately educated healthy children developed in charter we would have Utopia itself Ven if we done to succeed with planned Washington rep. Patman of Texas Renews the fight for govern nent ownership of Federal Reserve a pfc Anotoly is rearing its head in he banking business. If something and to done the unit Banks will fade rom the picture and the dual system will be at a meeting of the coordinating Council of Arcadia recently the wo-1 men expressed the opinion that they heartily approved of the editorial printed in the october 20 Tribune. Mrs. Mary r. Moore a member of the Council stated that she thought tile editorial splendid and that the women were certainly willing to Back a newspaper that was working for the Best interests of the people. Mrs Albert Adcock is president of the Council. Washington a Secretary of of mercy Roper predicts Chris ties Trade will Rise above last year s volume a a improvement in agricultural Inutile to a Point fully As High As 1st year largely offsets the recent decline in payrolls. Hollywood a Eileen of Kane it Cial director says american girls Lould not try to copy the Quot stoop and Side winding gait Quot employed by in Duchess of Windsor a this constant and Ever increasing aping is seriously threatening it make this generation a Genera Ion of a furtive Northwest labor Leader slain by Assassin near Home la it it tilted Minneapolis. Minn. Nov 18�? Patrick j Corcoran. 43. Prominent in Northwest labor circles for 12 years was assassinated late last night near his Home. His body was found sprawled on the Street Early today by a neighbor. Mrs. W. S. Mcintosh. Police believed Corcoran was slain about 10 30 p in it started to Snow shortly after that time but tlr4pe was no Snow under his body they said they said he apparently saw the Assassin and was shot As he ran Down the Block women with hats among recent arrivals in new York from abroad were these women with interesting hats. Top. Left. Rose Hampton opera Star right. Katherine Brush novelist. Bottom left. Mary Garden former opera Star right. Princess Cota Gaetani. Italian noblewoman and fashion authority. I he Princess to a representative of tile italian fabric Industry. Carrillo formally announces his candidacy for governor leading platforms disclosed it internal Oishi news service Hollywood. Nov. 18-Leo Carrillo popular film Star my californians number i native son today formally announced by candidacy for governor. For a Lon it Tim it it de fun of the last he had been asked by numerous political friends to run for the Post. But. Lie admits now he is taking it seriously. Direct descendant of the Early californians Carrillo has a great interest in the state s welfare particularly the human welfare lie said. A my platform will be one for the Benefit of the he said Quot the old formal political setup does no to fit present Day standards. A before we balance the budget a a horse we must balance ourselves our j the two racers i own lives and standards. Quot tile Beach lands belong to the people. They should be playgrounds. But what do we find Quot barbed wire fences and signs i saying move on. Oil Wells where children should be playing. Quot if i am elected the missions and historical landmarks which Are falling Down. Stone by Stone even As we enter them will be freed from taxation and that Money will be turned Back for their Upkeep Poppoon aneroid due today at Santa Anita two outstanding candidates Tor the Santa Anita Handicap were unloaded at the stable area siding this afternoon from their luxurious Railroad stations River docks jammed As evacuation order is followed out try Lull run tonsil it a Quot a sir ire Washington nov. 18 a the United states government authorized american ambassador Nelson to abandon the Amor iely it Mas y at banking and to follow the chinese government to its new Capitol. Secretary of state Cordell Hull said however the embassy will remain at banking until the cutin chinese government evacuates. By Weldon James i Lilied Cress stuff correspondent banking. Nov. 18�?All americans in banking were advised by the Ain. Lean emt say today to evacuate As formal announcement was awaited that the chinese gov a Ern ment was leaving. There were 57 americans Here including 19 women and one child it was understood that most of a hem would comply with the warning half going to Shanghai the to Hankow up the River where the government is to operate temporarily. The United states River gunboats Luzon and Guam were steaming Down the River toward banking and the gunboat Oahu which left Hankow yesterday was awaited. All had orders to proceed at full steam. In Advance of the governments formal evacuation notice the departures were seeded today. Railroad stations and River docks were Jamed with people. Trucks rickshaws. Carts old fashioned carriages drawn by ponies and buffaloes massed with their baggage. Poorer people of the suburban areas made for the country driving cattle and other livestock before them. World wide news flashes Geary captured i Syracuse nov. 18 ins a Percy Angel face Geary third of of Connell kidnappers who escaped i yesterday from the Onondaga j county jail was captured Here this j afternoon. Geary who made his escape from a looming House where his companions John j. Oley and Harold Crowley were captured was picked up in a gasoline filling station a Short distance from the business 1 District. I crusade planned Indianapolis nov. 18 ins a subordinating All other issues except its traditional emphasis upon i Relief for the disabled the Amel Iran legion this year will undertake a veritable crusade to save the jobs of the Middle aged in the nation it was Learned today. As members of the legions National executive committee opened their annual meeting Here today. Woman a club president Church leaders urge barricade in City prohibiting establishments of Shady character to gain foothold Strub discloses policies Arcadia went on record today As violently opposing form of organized racketeering within its City limits. Statements from representative Arcadia citizen revealed ibis stand. The storm of protests followed on the heels of the attempt made by a san Francisco concern to establish a self styled news forwarding Agency on South Baldwin Avenue for the purpose of relaying wagers into Santa Anita Park during the racing season opening Christmas Day. With the filing of the letter signed by w. Cd. Caro of san Francisco which sought a business License City attorney William blam ruled that the City ordinance prohibiting bookmaking covered this Issue and operation of this contemplated Agency statements from leading Arcadia citizens in the subject were Given the Tribune today As follows. Mrs. Charles w Stewart president of the Arcadia woman club a How can we break Faith with the great majority of right thinking people who have sought Arcadia As a Safe and pleasant environment for Home and family also who have invested Money and labor for Homes and schools depending on local i government to hold sacred this Trust and maintain peace and Security against the results of rackets and liquor that Are seeking Entrance under All sorts of disguises a shall we build up to the cultured or Down to the rackets now i is the time to take notice and or. Charles h. Strub general manager of the los Angeles turf club. I Quot every Effort will be made to prevent attempts to establish agencies outside the Gates to run wagers in the Park. The los Angeles Turl club inc., feels it must assume the responsibility with the supervision of the California horse racing Board to adopt every possible Safe guard to protect the Public against abuses sometimes attendant in the sports of racing Quot it would seem illogical to permit i individuals or organizations to conduct poolroom and wire transmit i continued on Page six i Iny a Khor a Pricilla Lane movie diet started to stroke a Quot Kitten in a tree at her Home near Hollywood. She made an error it was a Wildcat. Me set Fob Kitty i ii t rim t in i n Quot it is r ice Washington nov. 18�? pressure from their constituents for additional Relief appropriations Anc a warning the care for the nation s hapless Quot one third Quot must not be used As a a a political bludgeon Quot today added to the woes of embattled congressmen. Mayors of 150 Large cities where dwell a third of the population served notice on Congress at conclusion of their annual three Day conference they would demand a deficiency Relief appropriation if the current business recession continues. Business revival measure gains in International news service Washington. Nov. 18 a the Campaign in Congress to Aid revival of business gained momentum today As the Roosevelt special ses a continued from Page 2 Arcadian wins promotion in airline company Dick Allen. 45 Newman Avenue r h h f i flu i f p graduate of the local High school la i j i Luu h h �?T1 today accepted an exer Tive Post j Ujj j $ tin is assistant Stipel int indent in uhf. I the Union air terminal at Bur Bank according to reports revealed this afternoon. In his new capacity Young Allen i will be flying frequently to the j Union air terminals Branch located in Seattle and land. Allen took up flying soon after i graduating from the High school receiving his License and transport i Pilot credentials when he was 21-i years of age. And since that time i has been engaged As instructor and Field manager at various airports in Southern California. Chamber of Commerce committees were at work today making arrangements for the annual dinner meeting of the organization to be held thursday night. December 16. At the american legion Hall on North first Avenue. Setting of the Date for thus event at which time five electors will be elected from ten nominees featured test nights membership meeting of the c. Of c. At the City Hall. Or. T. Howard Smith and j. Frank Zimmerman head the committee in charge of the affair plates Are Bung reserved at $1.00 each. Hollywood shoe repairer facet deportation action in International news Sef Tryr los Angeles. Nov. 18�?nicholas Bohomoletz. Now a Hollywood shoe repairer but once one of the most feared and daring major generals in the russian army was to appear in Federal court Here today to answer deportation charges brought by immigration officials that he is a undesirable citizen. Accompanying complaints filed by the immigration department and by the u. S. District at Tor i neyts office Are affidavits from col. Mcgordon and other officers who saw service in Russia in 1920, Are affidavits characterizing Bohomoletz As Quot perhaps the most undesirable person Ever permitted to enter the United line Breeding genetic will be meeting subject line Breeding and principles of genetics will feature the program at the Rabbit husbandry class at Al Monte evening High school on thursday november 18th admission is free and visitors Are Welcome. They were scheduled to authorize an energetic Campaign by 11,000 legion water suit conference r Ost posts to fight the trend of modern Quot re Industry that Quot scraps Emol pyes More 40-years of age. In into i la Ilion ii in ii Sci ii i the far Eastern War and civil strife m Spain with ifs continuing threats of trouble in tire Mediterranean became More intertwined today As japanese pushed toward banking and warnings of possible nip ponese reprisals against France aroused Paris. Shanghai japanese that chinese troops wet Soochow. Key Point in the As Pond to await data in Jerome h Louchheim a Poppoon and John a Manfuso a aneroid will be pointed for tile $100,030 special next March. Poppoon. 3-year-old son of Pom-1 Pey Nenaugh was the leading Juve-1 Nile of 1931 and one of the better Colts in his age division this year. It was Campean who gave air Admiral such a hectic afternoon in the running of the Preakness last May when he came charging Down i the stretch with the Champion to lost by a Short head sheriff under Bond Phoenix. A Viz. Nov 18 up a arraigned before Superior judge m. T. Thefts sheriff Roy Merrill of Maricopa county today heard his Bond set at $4,000.00 on an attempted bribery charge and $2,000.00 for conspiracy to protect operators of gambling devices in this District. Harry a Westphal Veteran Justice of the peace must pay $2,000.00 for his Freedom pending trial on conspiracy counts. R Presentat i ves of and private water in the Pasadena defending Citi my Compani Quot of ii end in us challenging water rights i informed that Lite Conte Edued for tonight has Pond until wednesday. The postponement was allow Engineer and National time to gather did Cushion and decision c Ney William Elam and per intendant Scott i cd a the wednesday session t Dia. In w Quot Hindenburg armies adva Paris i Spain and the startled by a s Tor Henri Bort threatened to and blockade Borts if France of ate pos 24. Material reported j fleeing chinese a As Nippon % three routes preoccupied in Terrane an was eat from Sena that Japan had Hainan Island us indo Chinn China even the us in tile far a great Story by a great author i he or or serial by Kathleen Norris american Best loved author Quot Stern i Tokyo with the Blessing now anti coming Nisi Ulie gun and Lalys Japan was d ready to recognize the spa ish rebel regime on nov. 25 Berlin Viscount Halifax Britain seeking to improve aug continued on Page two of p a woman in love starts december 2nd excl us in Fly in the Arcadia daily Tribune a greater Arcadia Tribune More news pictures features subscribe now. 40c per month

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