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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - September 22, 1938, Arcadia, California Thursdays it it in but 22. I or your cont my int with new try it re mat pants c Gim / any 2nd 4oor room 20� 6cf amp Hill i a dlr Quot in 4<s brine be Lynll tit or Semi ill. A i till i x no Al him la san Gabriel Valley ohcs edition of Arcadia daily Tribune Page to Job sacrificed Over Linch Omaha. Sept. 22. A up a apparently Nolan Anderson 26, Ufa Raborar. Was thinking More of his lunch kit than of his Job. When a Yupa inspector sat on Anderson s lunch Anderson apr Fame irate and knocked the tear old inspector into a sew mrditch breaking his inn n it Anderson has a 60-Day mail and no Job. J Monrovia s Snow White your nearest Complete music store r a \ Victor radios amp combi i Ioas children s records Sheet music latest Victor amp in Cea record Muai Eai in tit Mitu Wilson music company open saturday evenings i until co p. M. / Iso e. Colorado St. Pasadena a capote fester featuring children a school dresses a sizes i to 16 special ladies Large Atuf. Dresses a \7e/ 10 si00 5100 i dresses ill id Amy selected Norenes Styly shop 132 Ramona Boulevard Baldwin Park Ohio Colorado following example of California rival groups open drives to feature Issue sports event d when the Monrovia chamber of Ommen decided to feature Disney a Snow White Iii its exhibit at the i of Angeles county fair at Pomona this year it had the Good Fortune in securing As Snow White. My Janet Lambert a Lovely Monrovia High school girl who is Hen above wearing the original Snow White costume treated by the Disney studios. Saver of string Rolls up sphere to feet around to Lare. Cal., sept. 22.�? a probably the world s largest Ball of twine was exhibited at the Tulare Kings county fair this year. The record Ball of string weighing 525 pounds was amassed by s. S. Stambaugh retired Lula re an. Who has made it a Hobby for years to collect bits of string and twine. The Ball is to feet. La inches in circumference and is unwound would extend for 1.12 Miles. It is estimated to contain 1.76.1.605 knots and it Tok two years to make. 4750 s. Broadway los Angeles eur tit in i j in Nim to at the i s Sto r e Only. Say you saw it a the san Gabriel valid a topics visit Alhambra water gardens 426 e. Valley wvd., Alhambra Birds Fisli aquariums pets Kip supplies phone Jpn Bra 2-6997 hurry hurry i Sui grab a set now every i 1-3 seconds someone buys a world famous Dunlop tire j he worlds fastest and safest tire holding the worlds record Iff More than 111 Miles per hour. Dunlop is the oldest tire of a tory in the world and their Buffalo v. 4 Plant i one of the finest. Easy credit take weeks to pay i size list 4.50-21 4.75-19 a to 5.00-19 8. So i 5.25-181 Rao j 5.50-17 i0.70 i 6.00-16 ii.70 you Sale save Price $495 s27 �87 67 713 780 $2-55 2.63 j.93 3.23 j�?T57 3.90 i Washington. Sept. 22. a Ohio today loomed As the second state in the Union to follow California s $10 every thursday morning pension plan. Colorado already launched plans to place this Issue on the 1940 ballot. By Ric hard a. Blackburn nil re in run Luff i err pm Melmit Columbus o sept 22. Up the seed of Sheridan Downey s sit a week plan that first bloomed on the sunny slopes of California has Bien transplanted in Ohio. In tins state sponsors of the idea How Ever. Ate divided on the questions shall we Pax it on wednesday or thursday and must recipients be at Lea to 57 or Only 50? As vet. No politician in Ohio has campaigned on the $30 a week plan As Downey did successfully for the democratic senatorial nomination in California but rival groups have taken Steps to write the proposals into the state Constitution by Way of initiative petition. Proper Dav considerable amusement was of my Day by Eleanor Roosevelt Hyde Park. N. A a the easiest Way i know to acquire information i is to say in my column that i Don t know something. either writes me the information. Or puts it into some i paper where someone else clips it out and sends it to me. There was a time when i never dared say i did t know a thing i picked up All i could from the people who were talking to me and kept my Mouth shut. In that Way i gleaned sufficient information to give an appearance of understanding but i my knowledge was superficial. Since i have gathered up enough1 courage to Tell people i do not know things. I discover they Are not Only willing to Stop and explain during the conversation but they Are also entirely willing to write me. The j people who do know things seem j quite anxious and Happy to impart their knowledge. I never again can say i Don t know the origin of labor Day for the transcript Tele Gram of Holyoke mass., on september 6 h published a Complete history of the Early labor movement and the origin of this Daw i was familiar with the fact that May 1st, the european labor Day usually had a revolutionary Quality but the gradual evolution of our own labor Day was very hazy in my mind. After i returned Home yesterday morning everything seemed to pile up on me. I did spend quite some time with my Mother in Law telling her All about our patient in Rochester. Minn., and i am glad to have continuous Good news of him to report. I had a Little while with my neighbors. Miss Dickerman. Miss Cook and miss Goodwin. The latter just Carne Back from England and it was interesting to receive her1 views on the european situation. Then my brother came with seven guests for a swim and lunch. Without his enthusiasm i would never Haven taken a swim on what was a very cold Gray Day but i was ashamed to let him think that Only the gentlemen could stand cold water and once in i found it rather pleasant and invigorating. They left late in the afternoon. Mrs. Morgenthau came up and i went Back with her to see her husband and children and then spent a Long evening going through the accumulation of mail. Among it i found a note from or. Angelo Parri and a Small Magazine entitled a youth Many of the articles Are con Densal ions from other publications of articles of particular interest to High school age youngsters. I think that this Magazine should fill a real need for Young people. For instance two questions most frequently asked me by youngsters arc a what kind of a Job hould i fit myself for Quot and a a i am told a a there arc no opportunities open. Is that True a an article by Carroll p Streeter Cal it i a your place in the answers these ques Ion far better than i have Ever been Able to answer them. I Ca sinned Oxer Hie it i opinion As to the i. A pay Day a one Ohio this headline Over a new aiding the adv timed pensions plan lets until saturday 300.000 signers needed both groups have Oba approval of the attorney be 1 the form of the i ment. The next fun torn design fir Nee of pier Day for editor ran try her the differently xxx i ener i am >11 b on. Ami Tho the vote xxx bother plan. Tate 1 Ion to ate p. Miens xxi they i by xxx Ai 00 0 re i the t is Angeles sept. 22 plans xxx Ere completed this w Eek for the colourful knights of Columbus sports carnival scheduled for Wrigley Field monday night. Softball game featuring two championship girls softball teams. Diamond Walnut and the Bank of America will headline tile colourful pageant of sports arranged for the ird by Gerald c a ilex. Knights of Columbus official. Girls Xii Ltd \ mls Diamond Walnut girls Are the Loyola Field champs while the Bank cuties advanced to the Semi tinal of my recent so. California tournament less Dodenhoff is one of the Best in the game. Meet your friends at the 49 is Garry room Adies play free tuesdays free parking in rear we close at 2 a. M. 527 w. Valley Al Monte combination to the sick a free a Ray examination nil no so Arain pinched nerve of lost h a Rill do so again Rinc y full Prott Lri nature re ? ?, old orc. I or at. Re or without enlarge or obligation in any a. Martyn a Ray chiropractors m 10 5 my a Quot , physical teat and Laboratory work at a a Obj a Kcf t0. Q. Sherwin. D. C. A Palmer graduates Good news Sale a prices slashed sensational amazing breath taking. Imagine the thrill of changing station.-, controlling volume even turning off this new in Hilo. From no so Iii. Downstairs on the porch. A million going near the set. And remember no wires. No connections of any bind away with tire Sonte inconvenience let in Hilco mystery Kontol bring you and your family Complete radio enjoyment. Come in try it you la be amazed 11 our special introductory let apr on Rhino Winter control radio. Literal Trade in allowance. Rani term. Claude chess radio store ill South Myrtle axe. Phone Mon. 458 Monrovia mens dress shirts various patterns. Value to $1.25 65 ladies by Ash dresses was Zolor prints. Wanted styles 47 menus i uniform shirts made rite to i suntan Shade. Cul. Men s pants p i a to match. V ladies s la c k s dark colors fancy styles gripes men s sox y for work or Semi Drra of Fie pair / a lad uhf silk dresses Law remarkable fabrics $479 Savje on school Bay seeds Here a sch6o�pants Good Wool i i co a Flynn pants Ltd us boys pants Tommy cords err and whip cords. It of boys shirts boys Polo b fancy patterns a celanese amp knit styles of sizes 6 to 14 years. Spetz Iai. Bucc0las department store a the bargain Center _t1_ 329 Valley blvd. Al Monte Alif. Pc motor service it Home appliances bit i round world cyclist nears end of journey Calgary Alberta sept. 22 a Gas Allan Pendelbury a Lan-1 Cav hire youth who left London in june 1936 on a world Cycle tour is now on his Way across Canada the final stretch. In the last two years Pendelbury Las peddled 20 000 Miles by Road and travelled another 8.0co Miles by Steamer. I f inst sinc e 190 Pendelbury believes he is the first Perron to Cycle round the world since another englishman Foster Fraser made the journey in 1901. J no linguist the Young adventurer said Here that on Lxi three words were essential to get on in any country eat Arm and sleep. N in Coupon and present to the Steward a Lemma jiving room or it the a a r a Mfume Ntah a in a a inti a i. . A

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