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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - September 20, 1937, Arcadia, California Ribu Nal twists a monsters if test styles of. It. Top to conquer Many River residents of Arkansas particularly negroes still believe firmly that a sea monster Quot As big us a Box car Quot lives in White River Jend. Despite the recent search by he chamber of Commerce s triple Hrek deep sea diver Kuhn bus concerning the presence if the monster have been current n White River Bottoms for More than 14 years. Any number of newly they have seen Hie monster and describe it As a a big Gray Slimy creature without a scale on the supposed monster received wide publicity recently when a group of citizens complained to the state game and fish commission that the monster was gobbling up All the Catfish in the River and implored the state officials to rid the liver of the beast. Officials refused but the new port chamber of Commerce with ail Eye toward publicity and pros i pee to for commercializing on the i monster hired a deep sea diver from the la. S. Engineers in Mem Phis. The diver Charles Brown de i sounded two clays and saw nothing More dangerous than some White i Perch. At one time spectators who had paid 25 cents for seats on slumps were sure the monster had been routed. Browne a diving suit acc Dently filled with air and he shot to the surface looking very much like a monster himself. The diver the search a when the monster refused to come out and fight like a Brown tile first monster Hunter since Persia beat the Gorgon parried a Spear in his under water Hunts Quot the Only thing i can think of that it might be a said Newport a democratic prosecuting attorney a a is the g of. P. Elephant Down there in vol vii., no. 215 Arcadia California monday september 20, 1037 single copy so Lill fashions fashions for american women his fall will show a definite correlation influence displays at the recent National fashion exhibitors fur ated. Hardly an item in Milady a fall wardrobe will escape the touch of bowl and a spectacular Coronation if King George i. Fashion experts factored that England dominates loth color and texture changes next season. Coats Are designed in Richer fables with the trend toward cloth Athel than fur. For the More gala occasions some Coats Are trimmed n persian Lamb Blue or Silver Fox or. From the military pomp that surrounded the Coronation has come a fail tendency toward squared shoulder design with pad Jed rather than puffed shoulders tailored clothes Are even More military with double breasted Coats that Are belted in the Back. The English influence extends to collars the styles revealed with smaller collars or none at All and earning stitching and Welting needlework that smacks of London. Tailored suits still Promise to be modish with most attention Given to the jacket. Two tone combinations with either plaid jacket or skirt Are recommended by designers. The masculine influence extends to swagger length Coats. More Coronation finery is noted in women a formal Wear. Shimmering surfaces of Lustrous satins and ribbons Are used. Borders and bands a a encrusted with sequins rhinestones and other sparkling effects Are popular. Waistlines Are lower More slender and sometimes Belless. Whether the men like it or not the brims on women a hats Are wider for the fall and the crowns a Little higher. Turbans reflecting the Indian princes who attended continued on Page two announcement made today by Tom Slick need autos at Santa Anita Columbia at s. F depot musical comedy group plan to work Here for week As station gains name Arcadia automobiles will be used again in parking lot scenes at Santa Anita Racetrack this coming week end it was announced today by Tom Slick of this City instigator of the last Spring attempt to establish a casting department in this Community. According to Slick cars May be registered with him by calling Arcadia 88s1, As More vehicles Are needed in addition to those which were registered last saturday. Two dollars a Day per car will be paid by metro Goldwyn Mayer for the use of cars Slick disclosed. He also revealed that the owners of the cars May stand by and watch the scenes being Quot shot and will be Given a Box lunch at noon time. In the meantime Columbia studios set up location this morning for a scheduled weeks stay at the Santa be depot Here. For the third time in three weeks the old depots name changed this time being labelled As Midland Hometown of Ted Crosley Story hero who in the scenes being filmed Here is being welcomed by his old Home town admirers. Plastering the Section in front of the depot and the platform and runways with linoleum tap dancing sequences featuring the internationally known Star Hal Leroy and his new partner will be snapped Here during the stay in Arcadia. Raymond t. Walburn noted character actor is also among the principals in Arcada this week. Close to too boys and girls comprise the Quot extra Quot roster. Charles Starrett plays the role of Crosley. Ernest Truex is also in a leading part. Wow. United press news flashes Wev a Aib asked Geneva sept. 20. Up a great Britain admittedly anxious Over the International situation from Spain to China made sweeping gestures today for United states German and italian Aid in putting Hie world on the Road toward better times. The world Assembly of the league of nations had just delivered a smashing blow to the loyalists Spanish government by rejecting1 its candidacy for reelection to the league Council or governing body when Anthony Eden British foreign Secretary addressed the As Assembly. _ a interests of californians greatest Inland Valley san Joaquin cd representing the diversified interests or Angeles county fair at Pomona attracting wide attention at toe los / san Bernardino county has striking display at fair Jiing Rilk a a this Friend of mine Only shows l once in a great while. He stall id very thin. Not a bit healthy. If and the other Day he come Over and we sat around and talked and i thought he looked a Little More peaked than usual. So i says to him. Quot How you f e e i i n these 9�?� and he a Jim there is nothing in the world wrong with me. I have in to doctors galore and not one them has been Able to put his Ger on anything that you could y was so i says a a Well ten i got an idea you Ain t latin Jet. Come Over sunday and set ourself Down to a Square it he decided he would pack a Box aspirin and a pack of cigarettes id go on a picnic All by himself s loves the outdoors. Yours. Jim. Days says peace advocated new Yoh sept. 20. Up a the american legion opening its 1937 convention in Madison Square Garden which was decked with flags and martial emblems and Satu radiated with military music was urged today to strive for the preservation of peace and of religious and civil Liberty. Gov. Herbert ii. Lehman of new York uttered a plea for a never vigilant Public opinion to safeguard religious and civil Liberty and mayor Fiorello ii. La guar Dia told the 15.000 convention delegates Quot we have Learned a great Deal since we marched Down fifth Avenue 20 years ago to make the wot id Safe for democracy tomorrow we March As an army of peace determined to mind our own expect 10,000 delegates will be in Pasadena for convention program final plans for life participation of the Monrovia Lodge no. 1427, benevolent and protective order of elks. In the state convention scheduled for this week in Pasadena will be discussed briefly tonight As Quot family night is observed by the i local chapter at the eels clubhouse on foothill Boulevard in Monrovia. A splendid evening of entertainment has been programmed for this evening s Quot family night function a the committee in charge has announced. A 6 30 of clock dinner will precede the evenings schedule of events. Meanwhile in Pasadena plans Are nearing completion to take care of 40, delegates and their families from All sections of the state who Are expected to attend the conclave during the four Days starting on wednesday registration Day. One of the outstanding highlights of the convention will be the pageant evening billed for the Rose bowl on thursday at 8 p. In. The program As outlined for this affair seems destined to eclipse All similar events stage Din the Arroyo Seco stadium. Included on the program of events for the conclave is a list of athletic Quot doings Quot with a Golf tournament Bowling Alley contest and others arranged. A Fine program has also been lined up for the ladies during the a convention period. Rim Carroll Sunset feature copy right i#27 would impeach Black Washington. Sept. 20. Up a rep. Samuel b. Pettengill d ind., said today he will vote to impeach associate Justice Hugo l. Black if Black is a member of the Kun flux Ria ii. Forest fire rages Warren ida., sept., 20. Up a women and children the Only inhabitants of this mining town of 250 people waited beside oars and trucks loaded with their household goods today while the men fought one of the worst Forest fires in the history of Idaho that Terrt Tifis to bum their Homes. Hardy Harris in new location on first Avenue Hardy Harris dealer in electrical appliances this morning opened in his new location at. To n. First Avenue formerly occupied As the offices of c. E. Easterling representative for William Gettie. For two years. Harris has been located on e. Huntington drive. He is the local dealer for Zenith radios easy washers hotpoint ranges and Frigidaire. With larger floor space. Harris stated today that his shop would now handle the rebuilding and repairing of washing machines. Graft. F re extinguished Here on saturday night members of the fire department on saturday night were called to s tenth Avenue to extinguish a grass fire which did Little damage a report on file at the Wheeler Street station disclosed. Cause of the fire was undetermined the report pointed out. Air massacre of banking slated by japanese massed War planes merciless attack programmed cum rib Berb is impressive ceremonies Mark grand opening of Pomona event on Friday Arcadia Day is noted scores of local residents attend colourful affair judging is underway off to a flying Start with the largest opening Day crowd in its history followed by a record first saturday and first sunday attendance los Angeles county fair official today settled Down to a weeks program punctuated by one important event after another. Today monday is dedicated to the san Gabriel Valley communities and Early in the morning throngs began arriving from Pasa Dona. Glendora Temple City la j Verne Monterey Park and Sierra Madre. The Day is Aho dedicated to the residents of Glendale. Most interesting of All perhaps is the fact that it is Iowa state Day and the tall Corn state is ably represented by one of the largest delegations Ever to attend a similar event out Sid of the Home District. True to expectations the National exhibit dedicating the Beautiful new Fine Art building is proving one of the important centers of attraction. In both the agricultural and livestock departments the entries Are la largest they have been. Gas Arnheim and his famous orchestra has played its Way into the hearts of the huge audiences while tile other entertainment features form a wonderful drawing card. Not Only is America s greatest county fair Well on its Way in the 17-Day showing bul the Hundred or More judges Are beginning to make an impression on the great mass of exhibits and first results of their labors Are being reported. First results in the future Farmers pure bred show Are the following championships awarded Duroc boar Sam Robinson. Puente sow Ernest Jones Chino Poland boar Donald Butterbaugh. La Verne e. Fujimoto Norwalk Hampshire boar. Walter Ockle. Norwalk sow Robinson. Puente berkshires boar and sow Lewis Richards. Placentia Chester White boar. Jerry Didier. Puente sow. Robert Hill. Placentia. Del Amo Nursery of Compton won first prize among Floral department displays for the most Complete and continued on Page four City councilmen will Convene tomorrow night members of the Arcadia City Council will meet in regular session tomorrow night in the auditorium of the City Hall routine business matters will he taken up for study and consideration at this gathering scheduled to be called to order at k p. In. 3 Bow Clims Ike county Coroner brings message to clubman at Friday gathering county Coroner Frank Nance on Friday was the principal speaker atthe regular weekly luncheon ses a Sion of the Arcadia rotary club i meeting at the to mans clubhouse on s. First Avenue. Nance chose for his subject a theme in which he is Well qualified to speak a duties and experiences of the county Nance stalk was lauded by the members a As being most interesting and Edu i National. President s. L. Gillette presided Over the gathering. Visiting rotarians included m a. Cochrane Charles Kimmis. Charles Ray William Michael. Judson Clark and Charlie Frick of Pasadena j. H. Coombs l. L. Mcburney Gar Weil and William Alexander of Monrovia Percy hiker of Al Cajon and Sam Stewart of Alhambra. Guests were John Vandebur. Guest of president Gillette Frank Glasser guest of or William m Heidenreich. Captain John records guest of de Stevenson Art Nelson High school student guest of Bob Ferrante and messes. Walton and Krebs guests of William r Elam. Townsend ites to hold mass meeting one of the striking displays among the scores of elaborate feature exhibits to be seen in the huge agricultural building at los Angeles county fair in Pomona sept. 17 to oct. 3 is the joint entry by san Bernardino county and the National Orange show. Surrounded by specimens of the Choice fruits for which the Section is noted there is a picture of the county s impressive courthouse. The entire display is beautifully embellished and gives a Good idea of what to expect when visiting Trio exposition. By Earl Leaf i ii it <1 errs. Stuff Cony right 1937 by United Cress Shanghai. Sept. 20 up a Japan massed a Gigantic War plane Fleet today to destroy banking capital of China and Home of More than 1,000,000 people. In warning of what was to come 40 japanese Navy planes bombed the oily for 24 hours today and killed scores of persons. The japanese High c command announce d that beginning tomorrow the City would be bombed wit both mercy and separate warnings were Given to foreigners and to chinese residents to get out. American ambassador Nelson t Johnson at once made arrangements to evacuate his s Aff and All other americans. It was announced officially tha he made arrangements for the 2i> men and to women Reg crud As Irving there to Board the u. S. River gunboat Luzon and move upriver beyond the Range of the expected i raids. Johnson the official announcement issued at banking said in tends to move the embassy to the Luzon for the period of the emergency. It was planned that the gunboat should move up the River beyond the 12-mile Point which tin japanese said would be out of bombing Ranee the will accompany his staff. By nurse Struc Bassi a few american doctors and in Addi Ion to aviation bars not registered at the pm intended i to remain at their posts and Brave the japanese planes. The British embassy staff considered remaining likewise. It was denied that the embassy would be removed. However the 55 British residents were notified of the contents of the japanese warning and heir own arrange Loma adv intents. The Gem meeting of i there to con japanese banking the two terrible foreign embassy called a 1 than too germans r action. Nes twice raided morning following is yesterday. Milt Ary experts is Tim at cd that the japanese would mobilize Between 200 and 300 planes for the continued on Page 2 Bise sem water companies hold meeting Friday night Over suit of Crown City _ i scores of private land and water i companies drawing water from the i Raymond Dike Basin need this water or else i this was the decision voiced at a i special called meeting of various j land water units on Friday night i which was held at the Sunnyslope land and water company office on Sunnyslope Avenue in the county i territory West of Arcadia. With w. A. Larson of the sunny j i slope company presiding the meet j i ing was attended by represent j Tives of scores of organizations de pendent on the Raymond Dike for existence. In a a Friendly suit Quot pro j j crammed to be filed by the City of i Pasadena the rights of these or j a animations to draw from the Basi will be challenged As the Crown i City seeks a remedy for the lowering of the water level in this Basin the cities of Arcadia Monrovia and Sierra Madre Are also to be named As defendants in this suit the details of which Are expected to j be mapped out at a conference on wednesday morning in the City Hall j in Pasadena. At a last week gathering in Arcadia the three communities named i above and the Rancho Santa Anita j inc., and the three cities land company discussed the action Pend in from Pasadena but no definite counter attack was outlined holding that it has Quot As much right As anybody Quot to tap the Ray mond Dike Basin the City of a j Nadia it is understood is preparing a determined Battle to protect its. Challenged rights of water. The Townsend Constitution Celebration a expected to bring about the greatest gathering of Townsend ites under one roof in the history of the movement will be held tuesday september 28th, in the pan Pacific auditorium 7600 Beverly Boulevard near Fairfax Avenue in los Angeles. Announcement of this Mammoth gathering was made this morning from the mass meeting Headquarters in los Angeles. According to reports scores of Arcadia Townsend ites Are contemplating attending this event admission to which is free. Arrangements have been made to Park free of charge 2,000 cars in the Well lighted Park on the grounds. Or. Francis e. Townsend founder of the movement will speak twice during the Day. Afternoon and evening. Food and beverages will be served in the counter or in the cafeteria of the auditorium which can accommodate 40.000 persons on the Mammoth ballroom which is Large enough to allow 2,000 couples to dance at the same time a grand March will be staged reviewed by or. And mrs. Townsend it was disclosed in the announcement card sent to the press. All Are invited to attend and come dressed in colonial period costumes in Celebration of the adoption of the Constitution. The costumes Are not essential but Wall be welcomed it was said by one of the committee planning for the event. On thursday night of this week the Arcadia club will Convene in weekly meeting in the auditorium of the City Hall with president j l Marks presiding. Be Hei eem i sch District manager c. H. Reed in bulletin gives data on extended service rates slightly higher free toll Calis scheduled in Alhambra Pasadena and Al Monte sections Arcadia is scheduled to be i brought within the extended serv i ice plan of the Southern California Telephone company under proposals filed with the state Railroad j commission according to c. H i Reed District manager of the com i Pany. A the extended service arrange ment will make it possible for local subscribers who Avail themselves of the service to Call without payment of toll charges All telephones served by Alhambra Al Monte and Pasadena exchanges except Laurel telephones in said Reed. It is understood that the service May later include Calls without toll to the Monrovia and Sierra Madre exchanges of the California water and Telephone company As officials of that company Are studying the plan with the possibility in j mind of introducing similar services i in the two exchanges. Also extended service subscribers of Al Monte Alhambra and Pasadena exchanges except Laurel will be Able to Call All telephones served from the Arcadia Exchange without payment of toll charges the manager said further. Reed said that the plan was developed in conformity with the company a policy in recognizing in its service arrangements the Community of interest Between localities in this Vicinity. Quot the extended service rates Are Only slightly higher than local rates a the manager said stating that they Are scheduled to be As follows single party business extended service $4.00, including seventy Exchange messages. Single party residence extended service $3.25, Flat rate. Two party residence extended service $2.75, Flat rate. Rates quoted Are for the desk Type of instrument. In the filings presented to the state Railroad commission the company seeks authority to put the program into effect in the local Exchange on november 21. Reed detailed the effect of the program on the local Exchange an Ter f. N. Rush vice president and general manager of the Telephone company had announced the presentation of the necessary filings with the state Railroad commission. Forty r. I. R. Friers reported As stolen in Queen City forty Rhode Island red friers were stolen a about 9 30 saturday night a a according to a report filed with local police. F. C. Post 1514 South second Avenue made out a he report for the department on sunday. Table Model radio taken from Van Wormer Home taken sometime bet Wien Midnight and i of clock saturday morning a table Model radio serial number Una in it in. War found missing Over the week end by e i Van Wormer 34 Fano Street. Van Wormer set the above time for the theft in his report to the police department. Quot Trad Mark re Gilt Quot new York stores buy loads of Wood to protect their storefronts Good and keep the repair Cost Down legion army is in town. Roosevelt a constitutional speech must have made the lawyers screech she sailed into their Craft midship topside fore and aft. Tcke3 says Hughes is a very stubborn set reactionary Ickes says so from pure Choice. Having heard his masters voice. Judge Blacks Black judicial gown Cost him ninety dollars Down and. Unless All set signs fail there May be a rummage Sale. General Johnson claims the pretty. Dead and odoriferous Kitty parked Ai the supreme court door. Proves the Black cat bad Lur lore. Geisha girls told in cur Tail their frivolity and Hail soldiers coyly when they come a worn out and on the bum k m on

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