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Arcadia Tribune (Newspaper) - September 30, 1938, Arcadia, California Vol. Viii no. 231 weather partly Cloudy tonight and tomorrow. Arcadia California Friday so it Ember 30, 1938 3ingle copy reveals data on sessions leading speakers announced for annual iat nering must attend 6 meetings details of the program for this years Institute for teachers in the Public schools of los Angeles county were announced today by a a Clifton of Monrovia county superintendent of schools with the first meeting to be held saturday october 8. Arcadia and All county teachers were urged by Clifton to extend invitations to parents and school trustees to also attend meetings of the Institute this year. Tile program is planned for All certificated employees in the elementary and secondary schools under the jurisdiction of tire county head. Meet in cities seven chartered cities. Beverly Hills Santa Monica. Alhambra. Burbank Compton Inglewood and Redondo Beach will join the county teachers Institute for All or part of the sessions which will be held saturday mornings late afternoons and evenings of the week Days from october 8 to december 17. Each full time certificated teacher must attend at Leat six sessions. There will be Field trips to Industrial plants courts and Many lectures by outstanding speakers. The biographer of general cd Dang Kai Shek. Rooert Berkov author and newspaper correspondent will speak october 22. At Alhambra. Speakers named or. Walter t. Wallbank of u. S. C., will interpret Britain s place in world affairs today and Lier future aspirations at Al Rodeo school auditorium on october 24. Americans role in world affairs is to be the subject of or. Claude a. Buss lady Hay Drummond Hay. Eng Charleston. S. C., sept. 30. Land s leading women journalist is a this 268-year-old City of co to speak at Bevery Hills High school Jlon Lal landmarks ancient gardens auditorium november 12. A can a and wrought Iron Gates struggled pah win in China Quot is to be the today 10 remove the ravages of two subject of a lecture by or. Syud 1 tornadoes that struck within a few Hossain. U. To it. Professor. There minutes from opposite directions Are several other outstanding speak j yesterday and killed 28 persons ers. Four companies of National. Agree to terms a a a a. A a a a report Carolina Tornado St seeping northward 28 killed in i lasting peace for Europe seen As result of four Power conference Iii l Snow falling in new York dispels fear of second new England tragedy new Vork sept. 30. Ins a wind and rain which brought death and heavy damage to the Carolinas today swept northward toward Long Island sound and the Hurricane stricken new England sector. Snow fell Here today calming the fears that a terrorizing storm would follow up last weeks Hurricane disaster. Field trips will take in the county jail planetarium the Harbor steel Mills tire factory refinery and Goodwill industries. Guardsmen and soldiers and marines from the forts guarded the 3-Block area of destruction from looters. $2,00,000 loss of the 107 severely injured. 38 were in a critical condition. Red Cross workers found 72 Homes and buildings demolished More than too City councilmen of Arcadia will j damaged. Tile loss was estimated regular meeting of City Council due tuesday meet in regular session on tuesday night. October 3, in the auditorium of the City Hall. At $2,000,000. Eleven Hundred homeless were sheltered in armoires. Schools the y. M. A. And out of the history making conference yesterday in Munich ramp an agreement that is expected to bring peace for generations to come for All Europe. Pictured above left to right Neville Chamberlain edouard Daladier Adolf Hitler Benito Mussolini count Galeazzo Cia no italian foreign minister. Pictured below Hitler and Mussolini As they left the conference for an afternoon recess. Both pictures were telephoto de from Munich to London radioed to new York and thence transmitted by a erne telephoto. Routine business will be transact j y. W. A. Buildings and slept lasted with mayor Arthur f. Malin i night on cots provided by the Mili presiding. Tia. What noted people Are saying by International news Renoire Saratoga Springs. N. A Republican gubernatorial nominee Thomas e. Dewey tells gof state convention a the restoration of Public Confidence in the Law and its officers is a task of the first importance to the Castle a Gandolfo Italy Pope Pius i. Who collapsed when he heard that the Munich conference had restored peace in Europe exclaimed thank god for his merry to Hitler Mussolini during recess of conclave flout inks co to judges suggestions for the theme of the Arcadia chamber of Commerce in try in the 1939 tournament of rates Parade in Pasadena will be i turned Over to judges next week to select the Winner it was announced today by or. T. Howard Smith president. Seven themes have been propose j for the Arcadia or. Smith said. The general theme for the new year s Rose pageant is a Golden Atlanta. A. A maj. Gen George Van Horn Moseley retiring after 43 years of army service a your dangers Are at Home and in the Home. The Republic of the United states like the once omnipotent Republic of ancient Rome cannot be destroyed from without until weakened by decay experience record of mortuary owner corrected Munich a Gorman Field marshal Hermann Wilhem Goring discussing four Power peace treaty a the agreement Marks the beginning of a new Era in san Francisco a Gertrude Atherton noted novelist a since women must adopt the same standards if they would compete with men they tend to develop All the instincts of due to a typographical error which appeared in last nights edition of the Arcadia daily Tribune it was stated erroneously that Frank m. Glasser local funeral director who is soon to open a new mortuary at South first and Al Dorado avenues in this City is a licensed embalmer of �?o2 years actual the account should have read "25 years actual experience Quot As or. Glasser has been a mortician and licensed embalmer holding both a California and Pennsylvania state licenses during that period of time. Or. And mrs. Glasser and their family Are now residing at 409 South first Avenue. The Arcadia Dally Tribune is glad to make this correction. Scale of prices for the 18-Hole course in the regional recreational Center Here which will be opened to the Public on Columbus Day wednesday. October 12. Were announced this afternoon by course manager Verne Wickham. Wickham a list of popular prices were released As follows $1.00 on saturdays sundays and holidays 75 rents on weekdays monthly cards at $5.00 each 50 cents before 8 a. In. And after 3 p. In except in mornings of saturdays sundays and holidays. Quot opening Day prices will be 75 Wickham revealed. Latest world n news flashes by United Presa and International news service Daladier Calls for demobilization session Paris sept. 30. I pm Premier edouard Daladier returned from Munich today and at once called a Cabinet meeting to study the question of demobilization. Al president shouts demands for changes Houston Tex. Sept. 30. I put a pret. William Green of the a. F. Of l. Today shouted demands for changes in the Wagner act. Folts Mac Demino czech reluctantly surrender to agreement of four Power conference England would Knight Chamberlain for part played in Munich conclave London sept. 30.�? ins a unless Czechoslovakia yields before Midnight to Poland a demands for immediate cession of the Peschen area a grave consequences Are feared according to a Reuters dispatch from Warsaw tonight. Polish troops Are already forming on the czech Frontier. Munich sept. 30.�? up a the first sudetenland area to be occupied by German troops saturday and sunday will be a Small strip along the austrian bavarian Border. A by h. R. Knickerbocker ins staff correspondent copyright it he Prague. Sept. 30.�?stunned and incredulous. Czechoslovakia bowed to the sword today and accepted i with reluctance and grave misgivings the four Power decision allowing Germany to enter the sudetenland beginning tomorrow. Faced with no alternative in View highlights of the Munich pact by International news service Chamberlain and Hitler sign vital peace pact text of Anglo German peace pact on Page two by Pierre j. Huss ins staff correspondent copyright. 1938 Munich sept. 30.�? ins a the czechoslovakian problem disposed of. Prime minister Neville j Chamberlain and Reich Fuhrer Adolf Hitler today signed an Anglo German peace pact of far i reaching scope and importance. After a two hour private conference with the Fuhrer held As Prague reluctantly agreed to the four Power agreement legalizing Germany invasion of the sudetenland starting tomorrow the prime minister announced that he and Hitler had signed a momentous declaration agreeing that consultation shall be the method of dealing with All Anglo German questions. Quot no More War both he and Hitler Chamberlain declared regard the agreement reached last night satisfying the fuehrer s demands in czech Slovakia As Quot symbolic of the desire of our two Peoples never to go to War against one Quot i have always had in the Premier said a that if i cd hid find a peaceful solution of this problem of Czechoslovakia we should open a Way to general appeasement in of the agreement signed Quot without and against Czechoslovakia i continued on Page 4 Arcadia s application to pm a on was to s. F. Reich troops begin occupation of sudeten areas to be ceded to Germany tomorrow. A a Transfer to be completed by october to with All installations in annexed territory left intact. A a a conditions governing the occupation to be Laid Down in detail by an International committee composed of German British French italian and czech representatives. A or plebiscite to be held in sudeten areas where the German population is not clearly predominant under supervision of International committee. Plebiscite to be held by the end of november. H it it right of option into and out of transferred territories to be exercised within six months. % it it final determination of frontiers to be determined by International committee. Or or or czech government to release within four weeks from its military and police forces All sudeten germans who desire such release. All sudeten German political prisoners to be released within same period. It it it Britain and France to guarantee Security of new czech state with Germany and Italy entering this guarantee after hungarian and polish minority questions in Czechoslovakia Are settled. We Heads of British French German and italian governments to meet again if polish and hungarian minorities issues Are not settled within three months. Arcadians application for Public works administration approval of a water development project today was Enro Ute to san Francisco where it will meet the deadline set by k a Godwin regional director. Rotating police schedule in effect tomorrow 1938 License plates Are recovered from Brush recovery of 1938 California License plates front an apparent hiding place North of foothill Boulevard near Miciu Llinda Avenue was reported today by police. Subpoena to be served Foff grand jury graft probe Arcadia police officers tomorrow sacramental Cal supt. Job will swing on to the rotating ache ins a efforts were being made it Dale system it was announced to Cive a dozen subpoenas today at Day. I he Sacramento county grand jury schedule changes for the month of prepared to resume its probe of october were listed at the station alleged graft and corruption in Tho 1 Catuto t dictation m today. State legislature read and enjoy exclusive Tribune features world wide news coverage by International Newt service and United pres Arcadia Monrovia City school teachers Given Institute instructions

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