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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - October 4, 1938, Arcadia, California Arcadians Send flood control pleas to Merriam As u. S. Survey set read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features Independent newspaper world wide news coverage by International Newt service and United premm vol. Chi no. 234 weather fair tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California tuesday october 4, 1938 single of Sturt Survey of channels $1,500 comprises initial fund from county for work in Santa Anita Wash area Ori Khz investigation Washington Ort. 4. the army engineering corps today ordered a Field investigation of the los Angeles and san Gabriel Rivers and tributaries in California for improvement of their main channels and construction of retarding reservoirs i r flood control. Appeals from the newly formed Santa Anita flood control association Arcadia and Monrovia civic organizations and individuals today were forwarded to gov. Frank f. Merriam for immediate flood control Protection of the hazardous so Tita Anita Wash area it was revel. Vat by Hal Slemons association president. Slemons disclosed that the Appeal letters were Enro Ute to Sacramento this afternoon As he announced the mass meeting Friday night in the auditorium of the first Avenue school. The Public is invited to attend the association gathering Slemons said. It will be called to order at 7 30 of clock. Training project a the county flood control has authorized the expenditure of $4,500 for the construction of a training Channel in Santa Anita Wash a Slemons stated. A flood control workers Are expected to Start the airline project designed to a erect the main channels this week with the starting Point on the North being the Santa be Bridge vital reports of interest to arcadians and Monrovia is will be Given and filed at the Friday night meeting in the school auditorium the chairman said. British steamships damaged by bombs in War zone Barcelona. Oct. 4. Or a two British steamships Thorp Ebay and gothic were damaged today when nationalist air planes twice bombed the port zone. The planes were met with heavy anti aircraft gun fire and it was believed that one was hit. T i what noted people Are saying by International news service Chicago Ford c Frick president of the National baseball league a if the cubs Are As hot As they were in the series with Pittsburgh hey should win. I rate a team that is hot above a great team that is Washington tinder Secretary of state Sumner Welles a today. There is presented the Opportunity for the establishment by the nations of the world of a new world order based upon Justice and upon Lee ruffing selected to pitch in world series opener yank aces await series opener cheers silence Greet German March into area to Triumph Bryant Gomez to hurl second game attendance record is predicted Joe Dimaggio san Francisco italian and Star slugging outfielder of the new York Yankees champions of the american league who face the Chicago cubs National league Kings in the opening 1938 world series games tomorrow in Chicago. Charley red ruffing rugged , expected in Many circles to get the starting hurling assignment against the cubs tomorrow. Either ruffing or Vernon lefty Gomez will be on the firing line. Youths change plea Given suspended sentences changing their pleas to charges of j disturbing the peace from not guilty j to county Leslie Strauss. Arcadia Afiz Harold Damron Rosemead were fined $25 or 12vfc Days sus j Pended on condition of Good by Havior police reports on file at the i station disclosed today. School students Laud Tribune for cooperation the following letters were received today by a. Harold noon publisher of the Arcadia daily Tribune Arcadia news and san Gabriel Valley topics a emr. A. Harold noon a Arcadia daily Tribune a Arcadia Calif. A dear or. Noon a we wish to thank you for your Loyal cooperation in making the Bond election a Success. The Board the teachers and the children Are most grateful to you for your help. A sincerely yours. A a signed fifth Grade Holly Avenue a dear voters a we will a probate the new buildings and equipment made possible by All of you. We know that these will kelp us in Many ways and that of will enjoy school much More be Wise of them. A sincerely a a signed sixth Grade Hoik Avenue l Chest Orue plans for the annual Campaign for funds to be sponsored by the Arcadia Community Chest inc., will be formulated tomorrow afternoon it a meeting of the Board of directors in the offices of the chamber of Commerce at the City Hall it was i noticed today by president r. M. Dickinson. A selection of a Campaign Clair Man to head the drive Fop finances needed to support Arcadia s welfare and character building Organiza j Mons will be made tomorrow Quot Dickinson said. File reports at the same time budget reports will be filed it Ivas disclosed. A j director to succeed mrs. Leslie Day j resigned also will be appointed. The meeting has been called for1 3 30 of clock. Chicago. Oct. 4 ins a big Bill Lee and Charles ruffing two right handers were named today to pitch the opening game of the world series Between the Chicago cubs and the new York Yankees. Both hurlers led their respective leagues this year. Lee won 22 games nine of them being shutouts. Ruffing chalked up 21 victories. Fair weather fair weather was promised with the temperatures reaching the High 60s. Clay Bryant is expected to hurl the second game for the cubs with Vernon lefty Gomez throwing for the yanks. Favor yanks betting Odds favored the yanks with most experts tabbing the cohorts of Marse Joe Mccarthy to win in five games. Attendance records will be broken to bits officials of the to o clubs have predicted. Latest world news flashes by United press and International news service i jyjfttt.-. B mbb1 a below joyous Celebration of a cd residents Mark d the claiming of sudetenland by Germany a it troops erne eur the City under terms of the Munich pact. Note Swastika Banner flying from Home windows. Above civilians stand silent with arms folded As mounted trappings pass through Phillips Reuth on the czech German Border ground Marks the Frontier. On the left is the Border customs House. German troops in full War the striped pole in Back f soviet ends activity in sino Jap War piping oct. 4. Ins a owing to disappointment Over China s setbacks in the Yangtze River Valley Campaign soviet Russia has ended its Active cooperation with the chinese forces japanese military officials stated today. Roosevelt pleads for peace in labor Houston oct. 4. Ins a pres. Roosevelt s first Public Appeal for peace Between the american federation of labor and John l. Lewis Cio came to the federations 58th annual convention today just a internal labor warfare was declared anew. Charged with killing a Pointer dog owned by Harry b. Engel 194 South Rowland Temple City. W. L. Hoffeditz of Santa Anita Highlands subdivision in Arcadia on Friday will appear in Arcadia police court according to reports on file at the station. Arrested on a warrant sworn out by Engel Hoffeditz resident of Pasadena was released on his own recognizance to appear Friday before police judge Ardene Boller charged with cruelty to animals. Crossing estate the Tail Aggers state wide organization comprised of dog owners has taken an interest in the Case it was Learned late this afternoon. According to Engels complaint Hoffeditz shot the dog As he was crossing the Santa Anita Highland estate with the Pointer on sunday. Hollywood sex Light heavy weight King Maxie Rosenbloom a a in be been a chump. Fighting is i a Tough Racket but acting is a cinch. I guess ill stick to Chicago David Rockefeller. 22. Entering the University of Chicago for a year s special study a Idle machine and labor Are our most vital problem but i have no p ans for doing anything about the situation after i leave my studies London prime minister Neville i Emberlain defending his part in t. Recent four Power peace conference which averted War a i have nothing to be ashamed six reported killed As Gale whips British Isles i a i Codon. Ii 4 ins a at least six persons wre killed today and scores were injured As a 70-Miie-an-hour Gale whipped the British Isles to an a com liniment of torrential Rains. Young i Ople wanted for taking signs Arcadia Price today were advised to to on the Lookout for a party of Young folks wanted in Pomona for stealing county fair signs. A general radio Iron East was issued for the youths. Try 0unuilmen to Convene tonight meeting in regular session members of tip City Council will gather tonight u the auditorium of the City Hall the meeting has been called Foi 8 of clock. Toastmasters install Heads Arthur e. Nelson today started his three month term As president of the Arcadia toastmasters club following installation of officers last night at the regular weekly dinner meeting in the masonic Temple. Other officers installed were Arthur Holt vice president l. L. Moore sergeant at arms Bob Walker Secretary treasurer and j. Gustav White critic. Nelson succeeds John Vanderbur As head of the Arcadia unit of toastmasters International. Committee appointments will be announced next week. Table topic Walker served As toastmaster for last night s session with Lowell Arnold proposing a tile czechoslovakian situation Quot As the table topic. Continued on Page 5 announce recovery of part of jewel loss san Pedro oct. 4. Federal Bureau of investigation today announced that $20,000 Worth of the $50,000 in jewels stolen from the stateroom of Lawrence Tibbett the opera Star on the Matson liner Monterey have been recovered. No details were Given and it Wras not believed any arrests have been made. Charge test answers have been sold los Angeles Ort. 4. Ins a charges that questions and answers in civil service examinations have been a a sold in Advance to some person taking the tests for prices ranging from $50 to $1,000 were current today in connection with reports of possible grand jury investigation of the civil service commission and the civil service department. Mis set specialized programs for the observation of fire prevention week in the City of Arcadia october 9-15 a was announced today by fire chief James m. Nellis. According to chief Nellis motion pictures and Brief addresses will comprise a program for the students of the first Avenue school on wednesday october 12, with a american legion Post Observance scheduled for tuesday night october la. Details of the programs Are being mapped out by chief Nellis school and Veteran executives. Threats told to House committee Washington oct. 4. Girolano Valenti of new York identified As chairman of the italian anti fascist committee today told the House committee investigating in american activities that italian consuls a spy upon and threaten Quot american citizens of italian extraction unsympathetic to Mussolini and have threatened some with deportation. Pair executed in Berlin on espionage charge High school football teams set for annual Pat Benefit Grid circus in Pasadena Rose bowl 11 i t eel Berlin. Oct. 4. Ins a two More accused spies paid the supreme penalty under the nazi Guillotine today for alleged betrayal of military secrets. An official announcement stated Ludwig Malinger of Boon and Katherine Kneup Nee Kremer of Klei Blittersdorf in the Saar territory were executed at Dawn on charges of espionage. In enough score in to the Benefit Conte Lead that the Quot we. Tile earlier periods i powerful of Hie to Roll up ital Quarter of to offset any May accrue in headed by a Strong Pasadena Jupi it mor College varsity the five teams of. Of the a East Quot squad in the fourth annual . A. Welfare fund football circus will make a Strong Ted for Victory Over the a West Quot in the Rose bowl tuesday evening october la. East team the Tom Mallory coached squad playing with already victorious Over Santa Ana sity for the a a East a Are the p. J c and san Bernardino Junior col spartans and Bull ups freshmen Leges last year s league co chant continued on Page 5 i. S. Leads world Campaign to abandon terrorizing air raids on centers London oct. 4. Ans a the Zelt hns Lovak government headed by Premier Gen. Jan Syrovy resigned today according to a renters dispatch from Prague. Reorganization of the government along moderate lines to enable a rapprochement with n Izi Germany has been generally predicted of late. Syrovy is expected to retain his premiership. By Pierre j. Huss ans staff correspondent Eger. Sudeten Germany. Oct. 4 a Chancellor Hitler entrained for Carlsbad from Beyrouth today for another triumphal tour of h s not squared sudeten territories a r t i troops pressed Forward with nation of z be number three. Hitler was expected to visit the resort City of Marienbad As Well As Carlsbad and to inspect the fortifications at the Central part of the former czech a Maginot line a which has now fallen to the German Reich. Under present plans Der push of a will probably return to Berlin Tim afternoon. Washington. Oct. 4. Ins tile american government called upon tip world today to junk its powerful War machines and to outlaw a r aids on cities for All time. The proposal was made informally by acting Secretary of state Sumner Welles in a world wide Appeal for permanent peace. London. Oct. 4. Up a roused by bitter parliamentary criticism of his foreign policy prime minister Neville Chamberlain today demanded a vote of Confidence of the House of commons. Labor party executives met today to decide whether they would move a vote of censure against chamber lain. Developments in Europe by United press and International news service London oct. 4. Ins a hundreds of families in the sudetenland territories occupied by German troops Are reported to have committed suicide the London news chronicle stated today in a dispatch from Prague. The report asserted refugees were fleeing from a sudeten Ter ror. Paris oct. 4. Ins a Premier edouard salad ifs ministerial Council announced in an official communique today that the Quot government unanimously has decided to ask parliament for plenary financial Powers to Deal with the nations growing monetary crisis. Rome oct. 4. Ins a the italian press opened up a new barrage against France today for allegedly a belittling and slurring remarks made in certain sections of the French press regarding Premier Mussolini a role in tile four Power Munich agreement. Virginia Garda famous commentator who usually expresses la Duce a views wrote Quot Italy is ready if necessary to fight against i Den a Var or Civili trill int l 4�?f�j�huitt Mimm a a a is new Telephone number is Atwater 7-2131

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