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Unformatted text preview: The Pending Problem Remember: 1. I am not an experienced translator. 2. ’l sometimes left spanish constructions instead of using the English equivalent (I know some things in Spanish that I don’t know in English). 3. The Spanish language works very differently from English. The long sentences might also be due to the fact that this is a paper from the 40’s and the style is most likely, not taken from this country. The serious situation provoked in Los Angeles by the confrontations between the elements of the armed forces and groups from the so- called pachucos brings again to the forefront the discussion concerning the problem of juvenile delinquence exacerbated by the conditions of the state of war which, speaking of psychologist, favors a disequilibrium amongst youths. This problem, national in its characteristics, has exploded, unfortunately, in one of the regions most densely populated by mexican and groups of mexican extraction, creating agitations which lead to lamentable racial confrontations. It is coming from an exact point, in order to avoid these extremes, dangerous for everyone including the affected youth, to focus serenely on the problem, measure it in its true proportions and above all, not allowing oneself to be carried away by the impulsive emotions of the moment. When Los Angeles was presented with the problems of gangs, integrated primarily by youths of mexican extraction, their characteristics never indicating the serious proportions they would later acquire. It was thus an exhibition of clothing itself and an initial impression, simple on its part of Chicago gangs. But the street fights, which began with a few simple hits, later became an open war between one gang and another and later, mortal arms appeared in the nads of the impulsive youth. This was a situation, in bold strokes, when the police informed us that the internal war between gangs had become distorted into an offensive against the young sailors who arrived at the ort in search m that set fire to a large portion of the city in a bonfire of disorder. lts doubtless that not all youth that dress like pachucos belong to the quarrelsome gangs; many of them adopted the outfit in the spirit of imitation, others by force and others simply because they like it. But hits outfit quickly became, in the popular mindset, the symbol for the rebellious gangs and when the sailors initiated their campaign to repress (later encouraged by the naval infantry and soldiers) their fury was unleashed on whoever wore it. Not only did the guilty pay in the wave of vengeance, but also acts of abuse were committed against peaceful society, including sudden attacks in theaters and other public areas, in order to extract from them those wearing the pachuco outfit, taking their clothing and often beating them, in many cases. The situation reached such proportions of alarm that the naval commander considered it necessary to decree the city an “off-limits zone” closing the door to its elements and the military chiefs threatened to court-martial all soldiers who took part in street riots. Many of those in the armed forces will be judged by military tribunals for infractions according to their superiors. To this point, the story is unencumbered. From then is loosened the belief in the public condemnation of the young gang members for having faced the law committing failing acts and the elements of the armed forces who took the law into their own hands, established themselves as judges and executioners without discriminating between the guilty and innocent. “’— Let's suppose that the energetic measures dictated by the naval, military and civil authorities will shortly put to an end this lamentable era of disorder. Undoubtedly, the armed forces as a factor in the disorder will disappear, but the gangs will stay in their place and the latent delinquency problem will remain. We are sure that the parents of the families—in the face of the tremendous example of what has just happened—are now disposed, more than ever before, to cooperate with the civil authorities to create more favorable conditions for their children. -They should redouble their vigilance, inculcate into them a sane respect for the law and to those like them, and they should make them respect paternal authority. The oft cited example, between the factors that engender delinquency amongst youth of mexican extraction, the discrimination of which they are often victims, creating in them a spirit of rebellion which reaches an exchange against the established social norms. We don’t doubt that this is how it is and we’ve always condemned those acts of racial intransigence. However, that and other factors can’t disappear from one day to the next, but they’ll ' need to fade away in part from the spirit of tolerance that permeates the life of this country which should impose itself on the troubled sectors. To them, we should also contribute a conduct that will honor our families and our race. The task of our mexican families that are established in the United States, has now more than ever, a definite transcendence, but it is also impossible to ignore the realities of living together, amongst the prominent figures the fact that the youth of today is, in an overwhelming majority, children of this country, and, for the most part, their problems outside of the home are society’s problems and the authorities which represent it.’ It is because of this that the actual problem whose solution can’t wait until these individuals are transformed, perhaps in years, the reigning problems will have to resolved within those two spheres: the home and the civil authorities. It is both their responsibilities. The authorities will have to punish the guilty, creating adequate correctional centers which will give these people the vision of social cooperation. This, the authorities have also promised to do, attacking the problem, serenely but energetically. Those in the home should avoid children’s bad company, proportioning sane diversions, creating in them a respect for paternal authority and to the laws of this country, in the meantime, during the critical situation of the moment, stop them from going out at night and dressing in the ridiculous pachuco outfit which has given so many guilty and innocent youth, such sad notoriety. This immediate outline of a remedy should be fortified and increased, undoubtedly, to form a vast outreach program, including the improvement in the standard of living; recreational facilities for youth and an intense attack against racial prejudice. The municipal authorities and other government and state agencies have demonstrated an intense interest to face the problem, accepting the responsibilities that fall in their jurisdiction, but also realizing that we as mexican residents in this country can contribute to whatever improvement program is set in place and for that very reason which is in play with interest and future of our children. —Mol. F. F. Pope presents cup to lune Earl Carroll gulf-beauty contest. at .. antest at Berly-Wilshlrt Hotel. TI-Il UM” 315"“ Gitt‘r’CcTntpete in? Benefit: t0" 221;"ftrttt'tm.u*€tttti.: r~-. . - - - .t 4 -;~ mammothmhfm thltom: Allen Jr., 89, Chaplin-Plans» ~- ofT‘TttleCompan‘y;'Die§ \thllum H; Allen .lt".. m. C. Allen, ’ploneer real ettnte do veloper tn Southern Calllornla. ' Nnenl service! wlll-he con. ducted tomorrow at 2 pm. at the Ild by M.- f , 730 ment- "5 “NP” Club. (Inlllornln Futme ‘ show wlll he ttxetl to Insult 300 beds In the Beverly Hlllo Ath- letlc Club tor officer: on lenvn. 'calnure‘nte :s. wealth. . The bed: hrg.expected>-,torhe promleod randy [or use by next Suurdoy mt‘o lnllcd mlthl- ‘ ' relntlon at "IKCTWTK- ~ dunullarr » nlptln! t:urroll"trottpe.'"Maj." l"; "l “(9- mntert. mlth the e .. llglon. Mu: cordlnx tb 0f the ' quen- , .00” “ ago, accortllng to pal ce. Laure ta ta! _Co an;st dl ouophy of tlntt, 'ttet‘e and r smlm. 'on by Dr. C ' g . - Atd Officers 'Sevetl’l' hundred persons tended n twlmmlnz Ind dlvlnx exhlhltlort yenterdny 'at the III"! nerou mung. of the Beverly-wlhthlre . 'Hotel under the nunplcel o! the "mutilan Junto‘r Hostesseo ot the OMcen‘ . Fraud: 3, told the Pope ol the Army Mr Forces. re- mmmwm rently returned mm the New tlantt. prest‘nlerl the run. Slx~ teen xlrlx plrtlclpnted tn the Salesman. Dies ntterfhelng lnvlted to Bloke! Ad‘ 1' ; Jet Unlted smts‘om be pubjocts Not: MW. 3”“ "rule: W Dlel' foommlttcfon ' WW to or m Angola. he will let. u’ chotrmln ot the luboam'mlt-‘ tee. ‘mnag ‘thll dlncloeurr Int nlght ln onnotttlelng th-t-the . hedulod - . - pootponed use ot the .3.“ —)lo-hon 6I.WAY’ ‘ V __ The two Eutern 'metnberl, Hem-n P.1:berhtrter'tD.l PI- lntl Kurt Exhtundt'tK), s , Ire expectedftojrrtvrtonl t.- Tllg or: en'musuhen by tnlu. ' ur tutu “ lube nflm munurnodarl't'octmtle. and to what extent. Iubvenlve torch hwe-‘been'nfiwork‘ unon'gthe ‘ lapaneue. ' Rwhutlve‘ mitosxoulned. '5‘ _ ‘ —Th'vmmlttfl,=lFWIr-‘Olld -‘ ltlu': pllnl' to'~ tnqutro -lnto 'eluonn tor the file-no.3! aroxltgtntely looodapanese wee-lt- y lr'om War relocntlon tempo and u to what steps have been tnken by Wu ltelocatlon A“: thorlty reprelenutlvu to deter- mlne whether or not those 'ra' , leued are loyal to the L'nlted To lntortn Pnhllo ‘ 'Althoutth moot ot the lemon: were beln mode to keep the publlc Idvud u—to-condltlonn exlltlttg ln the-wnr' relocetlon centen. ‘ ' - The second 10.500-ton.l.lherty shlp to tutu salt water to a npare ot,25,hours out: all bulld- rrltthed the trndltlonnl bottle at hunched the James Shield, tu 20m. Lluu' y nhlp. ‘ ‘ Mth'Mtlesmne‘Today“ -thh- rel-W9- d—. rigid! dlrector tor—t ehold _B¢curlty mmSavlnqumLAndJlla “mun: polnfi for the or when It merged wtth the Nut nee-plan. - Mr. nmLMn. Aaron Nutlonal Banlee at Leann-51‘s stsu Andrew; Placer property hau-lteen.heltl onwoplclon‘ot wlll celebrate thetr 50th woda Catllornl: and Mexlcot rohhery tt cmtho-llahtl—Pollre dlnrlnnlwrury‘lndny. "A" Tite‘msn‘ served nrl rtlret‘tor- um“ mud Hlnlt thn'nnlttnken to ceptlon’m'honor'wtlt'm torthe‘ttmngntre‘cunmtt-n‘c . the-hnnpltll,‘nccuned ‘Whlte qt tzhlenw mutant; Amrt- the Carmel Cuttlc Co. and the bentan htm up and rabblng hlrn mentIJtanlxht by their chlldren. Arrowhead-t Lake Co.‘ " ‘7 The Stnuun hive rellded )h The Tut ot nlx chlldren. Allon ' here trom- NewTo k ‘ "nv'ér “ Inquan on Jan Z oot P... LIN! ll? iooKlNG—“Zoot suites" are strl of clothlfiyuwlcemn, most- -lytsouors', ln—Eost-L-os Angeles roundup of yout 3. They appear at County Jo ' ~ - ‘H-u'nhou "' [@ITR ~ Paternity ‘Suil' ‘ Chortle chalrtfinn "of-the. ortfie Tltle-lnzunnt‘e & 'Trust Co., dlerl late Saturday night at hln’ puntomlme comctltztnnudenlm pmluggrLto— tlny lt u'holult‘d lo ptng hln legal reply to the rum. aka! A tormer pmte {that he la the lather nl her ttn Chnplln, t map- rn ch’lltl. . The t-ntlre lnt \l‘lll booked ln Slnrc the puttrnlly uult was County Jtttt mt rtotrhamu Int-r llled unlnst the uctorlnst Thurx- nylnn ihttndronn ol omcers Irv \ thty lu Superior Court. nultte .1ch on the scene, .mgktnsgjntjmal denlnl he , akcn no ttrtlntt hecnt‘tne'hlfl ("inked 1"“, Rum—ramwore—nr': “mm”- lmfl'wrwm-‘W' °"‘ lholl' “'IIV’10 “hlVl "‘mfl“‘vlth—‘ “l “M” "‘d m“ "0‘ "mm “m” a hunch '0! station who had ttel'tt mte Milly. h I led t ' tut t tty I It t‘xpoc o m I, s. ‘_ m “mm. . contor- \\'lth Wright nboul. flllnx “I: :1 [he ‘zmun who - an nnnwt-r to the nt‘t'ttutlon lhptt "mum Um.“ sIm-l “mm. :9be I‘ll? {Atlgr o! the tgtlyorn mm um“ Sufi-1h“. It y n .oan et'r)‘, Jaw 0 um I u t _ 'ot-enther wu under, om" mm “‘mean MIL-’- contrnct. to .Chanllxut. In nctreus' It I salary 0! two 1 week. llsLMn1’ .‘ filed In her bent er. Mot-Gertrude Burrow"; ' l ‘ , ukl 310.000’m a ’_' '~ ‘ - ;--—— _ "mm m, mm mom,” Ltfegtmds Cant Tell . port. money tor the chlld. ~Chttplln, on the any the.Ittlt rm ttlett. throttzltdln |nttorney stntkcsman. tlcclurt M an tern“ v . herntne-Jt pttullng pmhlcrn {or A mently httd demanded {190,000 I . . _ ._._. truth ltltn-stttt‘ tutu rtlon eh: 5"m' “Ml” memmrd" 3’95"" promptly dcltlfil.‘ 'l‘o_the rotttrttry. lntt wnys at the Calltornlnfihlp- llnued In that other untlt 1935 hulldlng Corp- .Vard. Tfl'mmll when he who elected chalrmttn 4-» llnd tut nl ht. "me nwent - \Vlnner at the beaulyromut. van-let. wrung. 202m Lteherty °‘ "" “mt 1" u" 1'“ "m' whlt‘h featured the exhthltton. In "Hum"; the captaln n! the yml'l world t2. um Allen came to Pasadena record-holdlntt-l" H l l n K “‘m- tn-mz. He establlnht‘d the Allen t-httmplxne Ifllnnl. the how at “ Halley Furnlmre Manutactur. the venel . log (‘9. Saturday unlxhl; ~the —ye rd Broadway. Allen, also was one. o! the ‘lounderl'ot the Autavehlcln Co.'. - ' ' whlch mnh’hleetu’red the Tour. Couple thl ReacL m It. Seventh St. tll lnst nnrom lolnt “TnQr’g‘Mh: u; mornlnSherllt Bl», York Cl!) ’had “not: uthert} Mortuary. turner ‘L Steven: atton \t'lll follow l'uxndena, C the-nervlco Interest: In she all tl the Herbert Alum-mid n daulthlcr. Mrs. Ruth Allen‘l-‘lnrhienttttve , _ Rang, H.913)! cause trouble It h. IN marrow-438;”? W MHQ‘IQCALNEWS—fio hoe- TIMIS OFFICE 202 Went rlnt Street Lot Angelulfl', Col", eervleemen. mostly notlorl. who took over thelr Inmate.- youth: mum ln Cqunty Jul on mlettemetnor charger. wearer: o! the gumh coltume thnt hu become I hlllmnrk of Juvenlle ~— . These were the conclusloru _ {momma-mm CmL Dnyld -‘ ‘Croutthorn. commantllnz Sherltt'l men It. the Hall at Juatlce rlun tng nlght patrols, and Capt. Hm ry Senor. nlght Chlel ot Pollce. “ ‘ ltreet Flntte Run The omcers have dlrected some V 200 extr- _llce and 100 deputles__ wha' loril 'e Int 72 hours mlln- ulned vlltl: ll widely scattered polnu tn the eastern sections at . the clty durlng a lonx nerles of more or less bloodycencounters between [angst ot mater- and urvlronten'. _ Wween the two (no tlomt ll‘nne- :- a tenth ot beat.- lnx- nt ltttllvldunl nullorn try Ju- venlle street hands and. In two rotten. uusnulu on women rel:- tlvu nl AGI’VlL‘CnlCn. . . Thono attacks hy zaoten M- rttrretl over a perlod nt rover-l d-yl. The countentuck dtd not la: u long. . None tn Blght Maln St. tram first to Slxth. Calllornln nnd Temple Sm, Cur- melltn ll. Brooklyn and other locum ot hlblttul zoot-sult ron- ' urea-tum Ill were empty 0! male mater: last event“. the uuthort- , . tles reported. _ ‘ 0n Hutunttty nllhl. however, . .In enllre trttrltlond ol Youtlttt —la at them. all armed wlth some mrt,ot hlttdmn—wet-o -'~ Irruted ll (‘nrmellt- Ind Broak- ' lyn Avon. Ilter they llurtedly trletl to keep Deputy Sherlfll - l-‘ntttr-r Kellogg: nntl E..\'.Smlth . lmm-«trrutlng..om -ot . that! w . number. Booked nt County J-ll _Tho mnpects enld ll"); "- word they would be It Cantor- l I group at llx tn the GOO-block on Fordlmvdu were rounded up , outta: the nlght o! warlare and ; ’Zoot Suit"Batlters ' ’— lln'w to tell It mot nutter. when___-. he' lnn't wonrlnn hut xoot nult. ‘ day who" they fornlved I wnt'lt- ‘>_ lntr. “Watch out (or a zonmutt -W~. —- fit‘hy “pl. Cob‘l'fi'Wotktnx chlet ot the Sam.- Manta ll .group of Iflll made I on hut were 'ulflhld to and Iny‘mot whom—4f no...“ It rt.“ Mr: gm;- aw; r i .i- s 0"- United smegma be subject; ‘oi'r'Inqui igwhen—thei . » DieSfoofnmitteeoniun V; - epreaenta ye John M. Coctei-t loeo! Lox Augeles‘.1who ‘wili'act ‘ as‘. chairman of the suboom‘mit- , tee—“made "this disclosurefilast ' night. in. announcing that- the . u l I ' ‘ I pe y-,wou - postponed untll~tmnorrowbecause oi the Ema—Member- oi(_.way_‘ r . j:_ .. The‘twtr-Eastern members; V fiermaan:Eberharter '( 13.} Pm, ’ and' Karl E.‘Mundt" (R.')_ S “ _ are-expecied:to;arrive:toni t: I They are en routeihere by train. ‘ frqur‘inquieriiLbexonan _ . Jami-American activities and to ; what extent. subversive forces have-been at-‘work‘ among .t h e' r' Japanese!" Representative " Coei ' tellomxplalned.‘ 1“. i' ampian‘cto'r inquire . into the reasons {or the..release.n! ap; proximately woo-Japanese week- ly from «far relocation._cam‘s and as towhat steps have been taken by War» RelocationAUz ' tharity representativesio deter- .‘ mine whether or not ihose'm‘ leased are loyal to the United Statesie - we .,-‘ To lnlorm Publlcx 'Although most o! the sessions' - oi the committee, which will be . held "in‘ the“Federal~Bfiilding. ‘ wil-l‘ closed to the public. Cos- telio, said that arrangements . were being made to keep- the . pubile-advised~-as—to~eondltlons — Will 6513-75."; ' iIW’GZIIEUnchi-éd in 25 Hours The second i0.500«ion.l.lbet'iy ‘ ship in taste salt water in a vessel. Calshlp's 202ml Liberty irelghter._ warthe~S.S., Eugene ': 7‘ ’ 1 TirTDb'nver H. Sp‘a n.w 90 h“ ‘ crashed the traditional bottle of champagne‘ against the bow or the vessel. . Saturday-~nighb- the—y a rd launched the 5.5. James-Shield; its 20m Liberty ship. coupleIWill Reiéh__ ,- ' -50th'Milestone'Today—" I here'irom- New Voi- 'occaslon.~ - Mr. and-MupAaron ding‘anniwmry“!0dny:")t'1'e-, , cepiionfir'tm‘honorwnir'ne' 'i'or’thn vi given'-si;~;the:Gayiord_~ Apart- n meWtonight' by their children. s ‘ The Strauses have resided __. 'LoangcleaJLyear Arrowh . ' LlNl‘IUE'fOR‘iVOthlNG—"Zoot suitersfi"; are strifiped of_cioihlng' by; servicemen, most- -~|y -soilors,,ln-East-i_;t>s .Angeies ' roundup, of your _ William HQ Allen 52".; Tltle-—1nsurahce *8“ Trust Co., died late Saturday night at m" ducted iomorrowat 2 p.m. at the home,870 San Rafael Aveuellisa; _' ‘ ' He became president "6‘?" the ’ - spsge_oL25.houra.slld.oit—build~ 33W5—9-Mm' 'lng ways of the California_Ship- tinned in that office until 10.35 building-vCorp.-yard.-~Ter lnal when~he‘\\-ns-ele'cted-chairman Island lasf‘niahL‘ThG’ emt oi the b6ard."1n the l—aat-fiwen - years h¢_attended_every 'direc » 402' I .- ih lth rd m‘ ‘mon' ecantanoteya ‘swor 12.1 . ' ‘ \ recomhoidingerianeting team. m1£§§y§g§g$§£ griffig V: I & Bailey Furniture Manuiactur. is? 9" ing Co. 'atheventh' .St. and Indira?- . ' V Alien_also.-was_on;'_oi_--the‘ ‘(ounders oi the Autovehicle Col. which mahmmtrred‘ the Tour: ist automobiles-here ln»l§03.—_ _ _ Fjor many years he senzetias s ' Withl-tltu-=and 3; r2291 dlrcc r-z—‘ton'thefiold-‘Seburirx ver Whammuu. an er aislani points for the erwhlen it merged with the First Natiohai.-Bank..He also;haci wide . nuan'im S.»St. Andrews 'Placer profillrix: interests in :‘Southerg. will~ celebrate their 50th wedI Calli‘brniaand “MeSEiCo; 1"“ w cl'aiso‘aemhnfiireetor v the, Carmel, Cattle .Co.. 1116' eaqp'iaakc .Co.. r .1 The fast 0! six children; Alien s.___..___... own-mam ‘ - i . i .. ‘ youths hookedtln County Jallon misdemeanor charges; wearer! o! the rlsh costume that has " ' e' a halimark’oi juvenile - 'a arentl un-‘ .. These were the conclusions . comming c521; David Croushorn. commanding Sheritl's i e. a 0 us ce dub ing nightflpatrols, and Capt; Han ry soager, night Chic! of Police. “‘ "' BmorFixhis‘Rage’mk-r .The officers have directed some 290.9!" Elihu!“ 1911mm who iorii e Tast 72'hours main- tained vigil: at widely scattered points in the eastern.sections oi the city during a long. series of more or less bloodx'encounters between an s of zooters and SEWehfin " “~— ;_, r e tween the two {56- tions arose as a result of heat- ings of. individual sailors by Ju- venile streetbands and. in‘ two casca, assaults on women rela- tives of servicemen. __ .V "These attacks hy"zooiers "ec- currcd over a period of several days. The rounterattack did.uot last an long. 1 ‘ ___7Nono_ln Bight . Main Rt; from First‘io Siithr ‘ California and Temple 813., Car~ melita at: Brooklyn and other Iocuses 'ot'habiiual zoot-suit‘ conr' gregation all were empty oi male zooters last evening. theauthoris. ties reported, ._ ' I ‘ On Sntuniaymigh'i, howeverr an entire truckload of youths -—i8 0! them. all armed with sumo snrgyi-hludgerm—wm- arrested at Carmelita and Brook- lyn Aves. after they‘assertedly tried tokeep Deputy Sherii‘is F‘nutor Kellogg and E..\'.Smiih , m-—qrresting.gine.oL- their number. 3.]:lieytoppeoriothCoungy Joli. mi: ‘89; a -- "Chaplin-Plans; lirmfie' veioper in Southern Cailtornia. i i- ' Funeral services willan cons . . Charlie Chaplin, pantomime -"” mmcuiaundjmn oducer Ur ' day is scheduled io start map- ping his legal reply to the charg- ‘ Vesta! I‘lormgr‘ pmtggemthm. he “4’0de at County Jill is the rather of her unborn child.‘ T'rh’a entire lot was booked‘in' 5! the Paternity EU". WM County Jail on riot charges after 'inst‘ihe‘iictor'iastThurs- 'flyihffi‘quadrona 'or omcers’arr day in Superior Court, aalrie rived on the scene, . - " a 'm " Mimi—dill”! he he suspects said i . 'hnsjtakcn‘ no not on becauan --qu1réa”‘~me ~m'uamrwérm “WWWWVWM-‘WWW [fiETFWhTflV‘have—it‘rmwtir oi mum and did not return until a bunch 'ornnom who had sent word they ,would be at Califor- iatc Friday. h, 3‘“ WW)" 5. '5 “Peel” 1° 1 and Tom le Sis. tn accom- cnnie \\'llh_\Vi‘ight about filing nmz'dmc any on! the motors who an an wer to the accusation that thought uncle Sam'. fighting ; he 13 "*6 lath" 0! "‘9 unborn men aren‘t jusi'that. iibe of Joan Bel‘l‘yifl-TKHWM UH‘ t Other zrmt suspects. including til lastAm-emher was mid": . grou‘) at six in the soc-block .contracLio.Chaplinas. an actress on Ford-.mvd,_ were rounded up at a salary or $100 a week- dud“; the night of warfare and“ lbs—Emma" figmwwfiL .u V m r “mammals tiled in her beha {by her moth- > _ f“ Tell“.- erersaGertrude-Bei-ryvoi-(ltvew __ —— — 'erTClTyFfiltimeO'mc'lral _' " ' - -- I expenses and $2500 a‘month sup- Pfegu‘rfj€_can-t j... i 5- ‘q v “ ” port money {or }the lchild. ‘ 200} Sun Baffler; urner ‘ _ .ievens . oriuary. ;Ch1pin, on i o my theaut , v- 4 Pasadena} Cr ution will follow was ‘tilcd. through an attorney 310W, '9 '9" ’1‘ z“?;1"‘“":;i“h'li‘- the,»5ewicea.—~ ——_v..t. .i ‘. .... spokesman, ilcclurcti Miss Berry he 1"” Wm" ' ‘ 2M '3‘; ' - "0"" - "ix-“Wm ~~ recently hnd demanded 3160.000 Eccnm'i'i" l‘fizmnx 5T1 c913" - Elsilulfiliiloh _Ailpn: a Sun. W. from hlm;on assertion she :123'3vh03"!figy rgfigivlédl85$zng Herbert-Alienyand a dnuxhior. promptly deniedr r mm. “winch hm {qr a Immuu gang. Ii. my cause trouble at Merrill-.3 ted-by Mrs. Ruth Allen Finch. and rive To theronirury, she said she “pl—W so a Watkins.- chief oi the Santa Monica ille- dnn. ' .Turn to, DitnstQolumnj guards'pmgroup of guards made - a search of bathers. but were ablrm’nhd‘any‘zoormiterr , “Some of them had longhalr. which curled up at the hack ‘ TErmflkeisqiaflhmuhdL tifl’ng-togrweren‘tfynytdmeraj ent mm .ihose either others so Whom-9mm bers.'.' .Cani.._W. atlt.iog_-5xplnined.__ r ,, n I /___.wu'nom‘ a I ’«zse e I I e a - - pleats. ' ~. Tmlieya Halted eaten .atong. Main St. with servicemen and ,....‘ 6-135 Clover". .. 1 quer. m. oH-t'zo E, 2m St. an at the hos- _were-given clothing pltal andscnt home. , - .‘it't'rine Injured t::l.t'ooper, was - t"flf§d"fl1‘f!h(‘ thdng hospital after he received 'v- a 2-inch laceration In the heck "-7 following i‘rlinhiwlth mot-suit! Teri nt‘Semmt-m-onve-smr—fl ;__ - merllomthordoaod.:polioe ionic": to‘arresl all etvIltans and “t servicemen ellitlled In the tits- turhance. Near midnight- )2 1 'lervlcemen' and" five - civilians twhld‘heen hooked to Central Jail on_ charge: of disturbing the peatej ~ , . l ‘The cluahes hroke m of,.the,,county. with more than ..200 aet‘vlrer'nen gathering. It'll r-theatcr tiLr‘tIurth SLAM Brook- lyn Ave. and rountlng mot-suit- ' era out of their seats. ' Melly Civilian. ,I‘ollccmcn were handicapped by the trrrnepdotut crowds of civilians, who apparently had listened to'the ‘pollce riot calls =on—the7'rndio and had rushed into the downtown district, Navy ahore patroimen and military police together with more than 200 uniformed police- -,-‘men_ and plain " rushed from one clash to an- other hreaklng up the groups. Shouting, "We'll deatmy every zoot suit In Lou Angelca Coun- ty before thin is. over," the Motif“ ot servicemen ,moved \{long the lidOWllkl in military eshton—nntil -they-ep.ie_djajz_qn _’: utter: ' mot Alarm Ordered ‘ When the rioting .hegan' Ret- ‘xq-ttng out. of hanttlat to p.m.,~(‘upt. ~ ‘Joe lteed, adminintratlv‘e aaaiat: Int, atlmmoncd'CtIIt-t lint-rail. ".whovordcred the general riot '— Harm. _',.. , 'f'mtapmhe' huge numbers of participant! in the rioting. in- _ juriea'to the youths wearing the . pancake, hats and ankle-tight , trouser: ‘wero coniinod to black «r eyes, bloody nonea and hrulaea. one t’oTe-pho‘ne calls were put into police headquarter: by per- eone who aid \the :ootersiwera . ma l a In 3 “50th Itrong" wmmugha lm‘fln Page? A: LRiOH‘W l.in ‘ :Oul .in _, ZOO etftritternerI-Siriprund'BtarIi'I’j0‘,~ 1 u ths__o.ted_o was I ' ‘More than 50 zoot-sultcrs had -. their clothing torn from their - bodies as xtervlgeflen and civil: hit} cEnVEFgéamn liars, restau~ -r"flfll8,‘ pennyarcades and stores In the downtown area searching --,for the youth! wearing the rent Stréetcara were halted, and were rutiniud for hiding zoobauit- 'Flve youth ’were treated at Georgia Street Receiving Hos- , pilot for injuries after clashing having their units att‘lppetl from them. Those treated Included Alfonse fi-l-‘loree; Iii, of 9:11 Hemlock St: “Joe Padilla. 17:0! 507 E. Eighth -Sl.:>Louis .lItckson,,2.‘l. of. ll2i) Rose‘St: Alhe'rt ‘lnpez. 22, of ~ and Arthur Es- aervicemnn, Private‘ Ma- ;s, time Glerrcz. ‘Ji. 3 marine para- It later~ l. in the evening lln‘various parts clnthesmen- ti fol , Chief of Police C. B. Homll declared ~— ALgeneral riot alarm at 10:30 152' "and—order‘e’dfeve' fer‘ollE‘ .Lman on duty. .. J.-. t- —~ ' planner Ruledllnvalid 'Ii'fe «City count-intesteraé'yfin; eluding a personal appearance reqntlgjpatg‘ed by the Council granting a .10~ "p'er‘cent Salary increase to approximately 7500 city employees Wits declared in- valid. ' legality-oi the ordinancealwal first. attacked by Mayor nowron. lint-invalidation left the' employ- ces not. only. divested of! their more'Tecent'raiae. hut‘also soon to be deprived of a smaller in-' creas'e'qgflthtcd‘ them some month: ago -In- an ordinance ' which expires June 30, apd_whlch ,. was not renewed when the Conn-I 10 per cent increase. ‘ New Eflofle~nlm~|tled ' Btdated ‘ yefi'é" ny, to authorize a new/J Inmae—Xrahting—Aszo-to—szs per month.to all-cmployeeg un- der Slop!) or $000 per year, but dlilet'ences of opinion halted definite-‘actlon. ;. Affected by the rulings, among other city employees. were thon- sands of polite'anti firemen. The police and flr‘cmen hem-med to some extent, hnWever, when' the Mayor indicated that he would approve a accon ordinance guttinrtivm'dl‘l‘ onal ‘days oil eadumonth-to the members of these two branches of the city service. _ Hemovealed. though, that he had mhgtemxreoments with l-‘lre"'a'ntl Police Chiefs which would squelch any .ex- peciation of police and .tlremen loJVOrlLAllele-dayl—Ofl—‘akatidl- ~ tlonal pay..whlch, it was esti- mated. “’JXIM cost the city on additional $700,000 next _\'_car.__ t'hesehro l‘pholds Mayor axiomatic ,' ‘lnvalltlatlon of the 10 per cent. - increase. ordinance—which car. ried provisiotf for a mlninnttn in- crease—of $20 per month and a maximum of $90, was contained in an opinion handed down to Turn 'n-PIIG A. Column ti anorexia—w ' 1mm: LATER IDENTIFIED, garner in the evening gnnonx; {or e, CAUSES ALERT~HERE5 l Lott zclea nlr defenae went on the-alert yesterday at 3:09 p.m. w_h_¢;n_.an.unl--- dentitlcd'tnrg'cl. was report- ed "over the water." Col. Ralph A. Snavely. commanding the Lost An- Iteles Air Defense Wing, an- nounced merely that the alert was ordered when an nldentifled—‘rrlm. spotted over the ocenn' and the alert. wal'eanceled after tighter plane pilots ‘identi- -ilchtha ct... la. friendly- .1 Inni"—W a» ~Payrlncrease? ln specia'l‘proeeedings before" by Mayor-enowron‘. an ordinance ’ As, predicteil‘ltix'i' min}, when ’ ‘tlon of the pleasure driving ban “_Eiiii~’rn-nloc m. m; , Enlitg'Nallon- facing-Ban on. 2 u ‘ -‘- ~ I]. e , Pleasure Dnvmg -- \VASll-lNG’l‘bN, June 7. (U.P.)~ The ban on pleasure driving and, Ink nu_w.ln eilcct in l2 Eastern - latex wouidbe cxtentied tonIe entirwfl-CPA " pluns nmv Being formulated, a spokcxmnn‘ for "l’f‘ll‘flk‘llm Atitninistr r ~Hamlri-lrh-kes1nid'today.’ ' Maj. .lnlml l‘i. l‘nt'tcn. trans- portation director in the Pe- troleu’m Administration, said no tion may he looked'foc noon on further limitations everywhere and that measures inr‘lmposl- Truck. Gas Ration " Salmons to Be ‘TT’- WASHINGTON. June 7. UPI—in an effort-to” thwart hlncjt_ninrket operations in "’1‘" gasoline rations ,. Int“ trucks, taxis and hunses the. m "mugm k Mdmmvmedlh: {the other rcstrletiom‘: on motor: _, _ _. _.. . . ‘ sJ management of the Japan”. oi the lorgelt centers—lo stud aerial oi article: .which will go —,E¢.l'°3.'-J-. \ BY CHESTER ('. HAN ' The Japanese Relocation Cen- ter nt I’oston l§_sltunted lll miles south Io! Pgrkel‘a‘Al‘iL. in the heart of the Colorado River in- dian Reservation. The t‘cscrvh. ilon hunters the Colorado. River for some miles. - . The first. of the ‘I‘\'.‘lt‘lli‘< an" rived'from \‘tll'lous parts from. fornia on May S, 19er ’.\ little Inore than a war/ago I‘INtoit. which not its nmnc (rum-nu Ari- zonn pioneer, was nothing but a; portion rt the reservation in n d overgrown with Inrsoulto and other ilt‘afl'l brush, Today it is n citv of 15,010 men, w‘dmcn antli children . . . crude in many of its aspects but slill ti city. it haa, Oilice of i‘rlce,Atltnlnlsira- tion today decreed that con- pan: fotz- such commercial '__l'atlons .for. the »third qnar- - ter will be marked "'l‘T." The new "T'l‘" coupon will_ replace the present rouprn ’ on July 1 in all parts of the country except. the North- eastern shortage area, where. operators must‘contlnue us- ing the old "'1‘" coupons through July 25. in other areas are "being worked on right noun". ._-_.__. He testified before a new 12- mnn House committee consti- tuted as an “eastern seaboard bloc" and representing the 12 Eastern States nficcted by ex- isting curlnt. The group \vua or- gitniud to prevent discriminm lion against the restricted terri- tory. , l‘arien denied there has been any el‘tort to disrriminatc and said. "We are doing our level best to hring petroleum prod- ucts into this distriCt with the mlahie—tmmponationmcillf ties on hand." . “i personally believe that the pleasure driving han lhollld he made nation-wide." he said. W"'.h I.V_ him, its agricultural phage. The project was laid out. to ac- Full page at pictures on Page I. comtnmiate 20.000 persons” At. its peak it had 13,000, 'l‘hc ma- jority t theso Japanese came from S uthern (‘alii’ornia iil‘t‘lls — -:_,._._ _.__ ox, ‘ UNCONDITIONXL'SURRENDERT-Two zooi suiters, beaten and stripped, in front of a theate_r,,ot 8th and Main Sts. in the worrieclared on them by s ,rvicemen. 1-"... "(mo Op Center..i.oi_ Posth _ Resembles Boom Town _ [Becuuu so many eonimdioionk repaid-prevail on the Relocation Center: and the life therein. The Timel‘unt a ropmontutive to Poeion.-Ariz.—-one y the project. watch it. o'pera-' ' tion. and write a factual report._'i‘hero follows thefiint of u' into all phalol oi the ntudtisn. . Times SIIK lleprcxeninilvo The land set aside for the project covers about 70,000 acre/S/ ‘ Camp on ludiu'fand' ‘ The project lu"opct'aied and Innintained,ln" the War Reloca- tion Atljltc’rlty. uhich was set up to handle the .lapont-ne who were pvat‘lllllt‘il {rum the l‘aciilc Coast arca—or an_\\vheIc else in this country. _ - ‘ it so happens that because this‘ particular camp wag esmhlilhui on lndlnn‘lands, which are up. cratetl hv the Bureau of lntllnn Allah‘s. pmt‘ilt'nllv ltll of the lul- Ininlslratlu- inn-Ila: cf depart- mcnt: \nve‘t'mnt‘ from lmrp‘nnnrl that. h i valuable cxpcrtent‘c in the atlmlmstt'micn of Indian nit fairs. in that Inspect l’mton np~ poms to, have liccn fortunate. The director of the project: ls Wade Head and the mmwlate di- rector in Ralph M, (lclvin. both of whom came to the project from the Indian service. lltu it is llll‘ \\'.lt A. that on crate! the project. However, as In certain matters. the \\'.li.A. is subject to ntllt‘r authorities in‘ but many came .from. Central and Northern California points. l Turn to Page .\. Column 4! FOOD PARLEYj‘j-DELEGATES' IHANKEDz'BY WASHINGTON, June 7. UPI— Prcsldcnt Roosevelt. declared to-, day thnt the international Food Conference which has jllxl. enti- cd hul' brought to the world I Hoover Will Speak Over Radio Tonight Herbert Hoover apenklng on the suhjcct of ' A Survcv of the Food Front." will he hennl-mvr-xtation‘Kh’X‘tm— night fromfizilo tn 7 pm. ' new hope of attaining freedom from want and fear .0“ a llflcii'tt. r .- FTTTta- * nltlcnnt because it was the first TPRESl DENT-—'~ who have served an aplendidly at the epcch-nmking United Na- tions conference on fond and ag~ rlrulture. "i use that word ‘etmch-mnk- ing‘ advlsctlly. The t'nllicrent‘e could not have'fnllcd to he nig- Utlitt'd Nations conkrence.» lint - it has succeetlod‘°even heyond ‘, our hopes; it Is trub'epoehvmak- l'!S.L‘2cm:;Jn_rnacmnR-HMM liy upon complex and difficult problems. you have_demnnstrnt- ed beyond questionthat {he ed United Nation: really are,qu The war hut for the solution 0 -—n°.i aniJuunumaecui Monro—in the \V'hite unlist- East “This-.mnference h'u' hocn":t,_ ...v._.. g.‘ 12 in ' citize ‘ .4.»- ‘ ' * ammo 'F‘l-V-gig--V- I Fhaltedetrelleyt—ffiturdayvnightandébo " - . ...-_~Aura-ougv-u-LfAu-lts'fiix. '4' ‘ '(‘o'ift‘inu .2! RIII.!’51?!§1'183..~ .- r tw . ’ I ‘ ‘h‘e" Japanese, 'asi far as {53- " ' \\'ttshington,-sueh an thefAmy'.‘ shblt’. are‘ttzi‘v'en work to do a. ‘ ho jobs and positions, all um ' ' Or,.,in-‘the~‘rase oFde’eidinngho K. v > I of thc'Jt‘tpane'snngtt be-released' fig" “12:8: “Eewielon~.._.'rhey are ' from jthe relodatlonucent'étfr‘flo' ("By—buildinr‘imf—improvtng 13.: vrfifihfibygqifilh‘élmadlwat :Mmsitygwiihfiuxgimiz Continneturom FinsLI’aae. .._. 93 or the-East. or WhereverJ'comv {unfibad‘m‘wnd 0" Fupplemenk HQWCVGF, few at tihe young It: bmamnfiwthomfefimm; Iheyjrerstudyinginthe'shhool: ",ooters? were found _by_theu in . . ‘ - 1 ema- j’ ‘1 M h' ‘dm h servicemen. / '- d; ing various branches of the mili- .9 em '3'. un_0r K it" I g __ ,I ‘. __ {a and; “'8‘.” “ad. the Rm. school“ They are in the admin- - Tram 1‘ “krd _ x - ~ - ‘ Traffic in the downtown dis- “ ~hd,1h w RA have} Jot to [strativtuothees as stenographers . "'a ‘e u ' ’ ’ " " 'ahnd' secretairie: «0 «atom of "la-was worked Mme “mm” rerun—2.. ‘5'2‘ . rig. _ " W "3 pin—me: i—they-T’ ared‘t’nto—the-rtreetw ‘11;me c‘sttioaiiféh‘tpofi'n‘erx. it -—---P‘ost'on. ~to—xivrr‘qfiiai‘ pic- b°°kk°¢Plng and 0th" bU-‘mess- after their victims. As police and by Rear Admiral Emmy 5. (mi. hr“: in {emf of name office machines. pider men ‘are, shore patrolmen ‘rushed-t‘o the“ 1.31mi. Administrator of the ~ - ~ I (-w “mm”. - I I ’ 'scene, the servtremen woult ‘ Wnr Shipping Administration. “Wings bum 0‘“ 0" me- n "‘; M—W Wo'rk‘n-Hgm,» disperse. but;only.nfter they had To anticipate that, let me Ctlesert land.—It—is—a—'hdom—-t<>w \. ~- -- , " "e ‘ « - ' ' . that haremméwndw' - .-.T'Wamumctmwivat: c§p"’t’§§‘tgfihhi’3fg.“ “935”: liffzéhftié‘ifilifii353353133}. mont direction! with the MPG m. theiueuelumnszlmmeztim ,mmhLmNLAaheuteLQne ‘ngudusu‘y—Board.—Btl£—-iie* iat~-it;von-rhoqmfirmf cabbage, {ceding the'hogs; the .fznilor, "we'll go down the street 'tiiri- not (‘hltl"t‘ them witl amt "fie-HRH. .. “ .'. ‘ I 00 Right now the future looks good. cm ms' “m mg Mt e-m‘rz‘. félr‘iéoft‘im:‘lh‘iixtin am: ‘ _ . . _ . _ r > t t: n _Wh¢n_ the Jails have a,“ 10“, fr} '“ he"? 5‘2"" me min": “aw \var t‘argee: irom the W e'§t the_pt‘OJcct Wm 80]);le ‘9’th “3‘”! and “me "099 {or/m“ Coagt doéks.’to the Aleutiaris- - Indians. _ - or shade started; they are/in the arid the Stiuthwert Pacific; ts' communitykttchqnsroaking, or mxmcmzn Emmi . ' u...- I J .. ‘ .. .-_._/.~.__ .. .SAN.:157RANCISCO, June 7. 1.; "’I‘he‘Commtmists who h a v.9 r been conspiring. Under cover (it . the war, to- establish ltar'ry .BflilgsLenthEMLCmsLand 1 theipSa‘ilors' Union On the l‘a- - title (‘oasti‘anti create a Com- rmunist. monopoly of all Amer- ican shipping and dot-k st‘rv- it-es. (louhtles; will allege that _ those dispatches have omitted the ‘er-itlcism recently directed mum onzang: let's unfit». ‘ ” With that the race down the street lxigan until another bar or restaurant (iiSOiOFPd a mot-- '5utt0rfl’olice rat‘s were blocked by civiliattmnmrists driving up " ‘ " Three tic-nerd! PM E This referred id'aiq’h‘projeet or — carnpr-It-ls~dlvt§ied up into three ' general units. {orfiadminjstratiye purposes, and; each :UhiLis com- the 'irlvesfor elders m in the. community gardens/planted be tween; the harrtiioks, or; they are on- their \vay'»,t‘o‘ the ~ excellent ba's'e hospitalto visit. the sick or 0 WBYR~TIV€t‘Bfifii-‘tibahf5“'0t; nurses'hldt‘s. -. He said only that‘ they. hnti' not lived ttyi'to" some 0!.iht‘ii'q rewonsibilities. They hattbccn ,..\tnco~opera‘tl,vc.ln. their anxiety :t'nti down Miti‘n'St. watching the ‘ttctlon. t __ _ Plan Inquiry . ' In can'tlit‘t‘ilrtlt’l'\hiti’i’iifil‘t‘ififlit‘s (git-05101“: old‘ conditiong'io (5. between the zmters and-men of —xahtg§h_mmrightmucmcs.mg infig‘arhim -tnr“r’o'=7‘tfiér"t*ftt*“zenst; ~-‘ I ' 'thFlr ‘poshinrr' and maintain' t‘ommlttee {or Latin American their pret'ngatit'es. to ‘iteep . p ( I l t .8t\(l Admiral i..‘tnti's rem-‘0. nentntii'e,‘ (litl my there' hml been improyemenl. in - the union’s methods of supplying lnhorljmd‘he tiiti acknowledge a rezil snotzifi’ee'lif'tlte'rank and tile ltttiti<hot'ettiqtt in spending ionrhonrsj‘tntt-nfithwmm- meat-entertimmwm .zof, 2W9? k”. 'titme. ' . xv ‘ t'xtox snowno‘t'sg These long hours \t'et'e‘neces- However. 5v 3135011! . ' 'nge‘ornandmmefi‘ifium‘tmri _ ~'m‘t!fi<‘inilv (fronted by the: A ‘ ’ ‘ . ' pleté. Each unitIé'Ffék—e‘fiaoim '. .its,mnnager,,w to, swa_ npnngso. . llls Jon is not unlikeflntotthc , _ h r [Youth annountteti yestertlztrthat 'uown- thCII-_(.MH nan-d amid; " “9“: H' ' *hc "mum “gunk he" 7- . '" . v . I h midi-hour t~.‘twar~ relatlm' n.and"the be “(n/king mnS‘r‘wung 5‘ mm' grn’ttnvof ,,in3'e<t_ig;ltnrs to delve! I p \ t N LboopTe:"'*‘4;’““"—'“Mt ' “"‘ munity‘shadefagahgtt‘the’xtxm=’ into'the nlttthlon'. -t'},'thd¢,-N{ ma‘fiqmfl n‘f which ‘rows'of‘harrat‘k's, eat-h structure tut-then along with their 'unm. evidence 'of court cooperation ~ The union mommy.“ the“ heinHivlded—lnto—{mtr-htrg ‘ ytt-ood‘i-inwt“'=where—‘they'mnnt'iTl‘BEiVC‘tit‘l'P‘-\iilfillrr“ CONN: ’honrdfhh‘the‘bther?htihtl."ltdti -‘roothtLt‘oomxarct—dludotmm eteg—theyrnrerbttildlng‘one-story Mealerdayghamled 0m 8”” flnt‘s trivial or 'ahsurd. ‘dQIcntit-(i by the family by means of cloth 'srhool buildings on t of adobe _or jail sentences to zoot suitors prank-Ci qummg mawwafl; ., lite oEton hatleoE<'i\-ith more laying tlie_hriek—'a vhalf~niiliion . 0! 12. ZOOI' SUi Prs‘ Who a’n- whitlh were questionable even .rhan onettamuy—‘md that was or whtc they made on the 3pm, pom-0d in court. 1 Ten, ipleaded ,m mime mm unjustified 1“ war. any were . crowded.- / _. .. - ‘. pay‘roli. _ __ ‘ _ "M‘iifil’oo m’ "Ojfls Ind-til... which would hqye increased EM in Mcfi‘m‘u' > Pi) tonhis a busy rommttnlty.. Thfl’glMR JR“. 1h“. "in? 0W .mfiirienr‘y ujn ‘p turning Ships ‘Where the majority are-trying to . , . H improve'theiLthLaanma"Lam asked prohzttlong hearing. on mp “mun-R j‘tqltct and'shower.facilitiesztts' ,—tn' his statoan at Feb. 4. C community laundry where'cneh aw’ayaand find jobs and homes ‘ " ltcmhmlmtf to Jail ’ _ ' ‘ , . brought from Harry litzitlges a. dorthe tamny washmtzetiudtcmr (‘eetlnutsmemmn-g. mmLthLmumtlu'JxLMatfion‘ dt‘mnntl tor his l'“"fl‘.'“ki.’€‘iti. mm ‘ era—axe '1. —~-.~m,~ ; ordered them to post 52mm.th l. but! its rem-ea Ion co or1'",- . I ' p . I . ‘. t. it'l‘hls project‘ttsa whole hns-itx‘ Jail when' they tniledJo pro.- " ' dure bond. .. ' tour-me set‘flt‘é'Boing'eitcfitied ‘ _ _ ‘ ‘ Continued trom' Firat Pngn_;__ t“'°.9’}m3h.‘r‘.- “ St.._}t‘imt~te-_hadge ; -lndlun‘rescn'ntiomrlthasijnow “'“““ ' "‘“‘"”“" ' of member. 1 .is [he'lnng now.“ . 1m sewer dis )osal plan‘tz' itS'dnn - , l ‘ H _ _ _ mendin an} tttrther1gntsto'l‘ltnc .nnk‘lq‘ugm;ukzusorglfimlservice. ' “3 ’ ' a‘ k ‘ Ic‘d_‘up'.'f'on .‘ andJukimhutie’uclopingtitssiwt- .nnwfimTcxrmrmb.“figmvfimfi_ ,uttac waninszmt. suitors, three {inm'on system‘ firm“ “$a3'f‘ngqoflt‘ In {mom in , the- “2- Eastern servit‘emon went to the hospital v , big irrigation tlitch completed to , t - - . _ - ‘ .. ‘lllt‘Sii'lm‘d Ml".\".\'°-‘N‘rdfl.\’- ‘t ‘E‘T‘nYoTEEEZTh'era' er " ,nm * - “m” "d F“"'“"'“‘ _ mmmlgekshjm' eachhloék'hns ‘ ~hl M‘a'rden iiuhe blackout set- ' r .. ., _ r ‘ I r V e_.1n-thetr~..oli' hours—they-“tllTW—fifir—jfififififiqufifiufinmdgbd tween the administrath l with labor. ltv quibbling thev The unite. are teompoked of mér sun, or getting 8_ little ‘ “9311‘th “l0”? “'3‘. ahull-0‘ \thoy ‘w‘ore members. yooms, with a {anally} to- each 'have community plays. concerts‘ Whm't‘. Judge Myron lt. Mat-ion pressed provosals_trhlcl‘wcre dra on or curtainzf; Ea‘rlyginjts brick—men and :.\vnmen “both who pleaded 'Rtliit)"tn vaeruncy. mg and “mewamng mcmnds. ‘ nnt SO‘KOOd.‘ Conditions-arc IstJl .AMuH7m5aertMpojent. .mlUL1L‘ril‘zl-fi‘nc‘kw “and opposed manympmmsmi S l .. , _ , . .. . . . er.“ leatetl tiiltv tn’Tintih and - . Each block has m mmm‘mhy ‘ D K . it . around and moungrupplieuto trying. ambmo game .Hm'c 'U, got" Jimi‘ .. _ u w . _ 1— whit-h kicked up a row and t tnmlly...hast.its :aiioquJim'gJO. 0"“.“9 "llismfit; ., ~- 'l‘o-keep'them under jurisdic- Ii lei: (I'll—{ti rifith.of:"thc ‘ l‘.’tt'i iit? -- n ‘: «an n 1| were remn e n ' L Electric ower and “shtick—ava- ‘ " I V ‘4 A. t , - p . ~‘ » ‘='ln the enntimtinem'artnre in» from thé pox‘ver‘syktem 'ot 'the has a". “Spbnfilhimy Offomm‘ hut coat. pttnt‘t’tke ~ hat and . menia‘ry 'ptpiTia-fto the barracks; plan is" hang work-M. on: “Km men who. became}. . «my when they finally, km"th SmlcsM-rn.‘ ............ .— . “nth-«ix -tnnre.;\~’~'ttspect.~t were - n... ontnraaanwerr'tfieduéhw;'-T'Z‘4EEFtrs—t‘rifitiling:rtfrfivtnr'nf ‘ClTYf'PA‘Y‘RISE *mi'rnéiNEWs‘ attimsfamat-e ‘ .Il'""~.._..f'§‘l-" ‘~‘ 3.. ..‘ -‘ _ ' . Vfiut’A-I“ ' ~51W3t11 _m‘. honoured .-Cireuiaiton , fl "liaigo‘st lat/golfing ,LVoiun‘ti - _' -..“:.‘. .t ; U - ?"' 79." \, .. 194$ ,. . . ..'§sIQ—'—[6MZR_ - ~ - i I 7!??me ‘ -3;¢t§e9*99vt _ V .5 t: toga.» 4~ "A ’ :.Tltl:u:t;at-otl cling-.3 ' I ’ - *With_'_Wickard Acting T‘Thrmtghout~tenée—hourtlast-nlthhe-zoot-suit_~\varms‘ as ChieLDemanJéd - iteidto sporadic clashes by it combination or strong police ‘ 'm'pqtroln and a Navy order listing Los Angcles as‘la‘r'estricted' NFIW YORK; J uric 8. ' (A’) area for men of the Navy, Marine Corps itnd Cd'as‘t Guard; 1 ,‘A demand for confiolldflllon Nearly 1000 uniformed and‘special ofl‘lCersfltook‘ufi‘Esw of all authdr‘rt’roverfoocl'pro- 'slgned' positions throughout the .downtownfa'nd East Side. ,1 duction; with the Secretary "_sections‘ot the city at dust’Others patrolled the streets in j ’ “Agriculture-a} food gdmin:,_ cmising'cars,~ keéplhg a throng of Sight-seem moving ' Mtqr;"headéd a 'ninéipoint 7"Cr0Wd,§‘wer§‘dlsp9r‘sed almost _ ‘""'—'”'”"_"—" "h ’ war food program outlined to-f .15 soon as they‘ gathered_and ‘ ' r u \ ' night by former Pmident‘ ’l'é'wuyouthifi“ in zootjsultx‘w'ette ‘ h ‘ . I v, wa- Hoover‘ ._ J. . 7.seer:-.2t.ilt_:.z.r.13.11.:13__o!_'soldlet's +__.- .-, t, .‘I. x V . v ' _Th-wlg.,n5r_m.§;knm “huh? ' mm'ed thl'migh "‘6 dlSlflN “'llh ‘ i called l1"'.owti r-PXpOl‘iél‘I-t'fl as . the watchful oycmor men look_-_ World War 1 food administra-L Tlng'ft’n' trouble." " """" ' lift? .x'fiit'i’ in" n' bri‘fit‘fi‘nst spect'h fililor‘n Nosa Broken . m. :1 meeting at lhe Amm'it-nn ‘ " " fO'p‘éfii D" i ' ' —'I"her'e was little violence); I'drm th‘t‘au l-t-dcration that a _Abqltl_£»'ltl._nmerican-horn Jap— poncd after dark 'program such as he outlian imese over the age o! 17, now at . would he "the only road that ,one “no” “Mom Tabor: 32' leads—404hpliotmtrnL-intlat-ion. the Roston. (Lariat [glgggggn I a tn (lot-reason hardship in our homes. to assured support of but I . Allies and to poace'to'r man- SLASHED—l-Donoilepck-u MW , _3 9 , sen, 20, sailor, who was at- tacked by moot-Suit on . t "lam"! 39"‘1NL ally--:1Lthe.-United States, the —————-———g g Dovlnringthat'rlrttstit‘t-ltnngt‘s- Dies subcommittee learned at its! in . nationat policy \t-ould‘hm ,‘ .- _ » r _._—{i t. . . t “93m Yemema)‘ in the Fed-’ llt‘t‘t ml to meet u doriine in {hotl’ Blyfflll'zlkzflng. lo . 470 A _ I S ‘supply in the fut-t- of It demand «lean-nor: tonitl‘tlo ' . “W ."N dangerously rising." . _._ . t ‘ v lulterrat 1mm and Graham _ streets 'and treated at Georgia 'Streeutecehrlng; __ broken nose. George Lorigo, 10. Of"m33'}Vilmington Ave... was arrested on a‘ha'ttcry charge'in ‘ collection. with- the _assault... Lewis D. English. 23-ycnrold loot-suit wearer or ill-t l'l. Fifth St. was arrested by Oiilvor R. F. Brady; {or carrying a 16-inch. razor~sharp butcher knife “for _ protection""and- a - lG—year-oittflad was taken into ('uitndYTt'or liar: tying an iron bar and 'a knife. M.P.'n Pntrol hi (locum 1m15ry' police‘ patrols—roamed the streets on foot and in jeeps. augmenting the work of city 'mikezMany— women -»and—~girls strolled the sidewalks- with - sol- .dte’ranAru ‘anthhe bars were crowded with servicemen await- ln'giithd'smmd-ofra‘ police whis- lle,oria scutliet Only a sprinkling o! sailors L“: eon. howevefiins the ban o,” A An} _‘H .‘ ' U D“,- t1: 3 '9. a: C ’CenTEr—fifi'finund to be opcniv disloyal _or _ot’ questionable. loy- . Hoover said lg; progrénn would question: “Will you xttrcn‘r ai-l. ’ ‘ ' ' , h?- thn “only one course \t'hlrh ' _ieglnnqemtofllhe_Unitcd "otates; I \t‘iil.‘t-lt"zn‘ up thtqfimudcnn' or‘ and forsm'ar allegiance to they”. ' ~ J unvontrnllod {rtcdipt'it-os. local Emper'ono! Jépah‘o’rto any out? —\~_———_———+-— or foreign power-2"” ,. . ’ ‘ ' r I I .l '- , t .. The balance of the 630, or 180. e ’dr’.12:";'fit°: “‘4' gave raeqttalifled» answer—lathe ‘ —u __'_, '_~ “3;”.43' p51]. "0911?“ question-such as “l'm neutral" ." / v‘ ' ' ' or some other evasion. 1" AISH'NCEDN'I‘I‘max' Um- “mm? pummel,“ I l . k _._ . - - :"'_u-w' "i. ‘0 A ', ' t l _,'__ 2"!12. .' 1 :1 fl.) ilC' “kn’TMal'TlflOO- -~' fliman "cm “7‘” a) "‘8‘ d ‘markets and ct'fl (is? vol ' he intonds to sign the pav-as- . - ‘ ° “"14” ’t “nit-.1119. 539:m€lft“fi§l‘€-596 --‘.———>-t,-J~— « maim'r d ovation," _ ., e ' I men and 21 women. ‘ I. y'm‘lw “X "n 30"" a" ‘ me He advot-ntml: 4 The men at Poston who were. at 3 MW admlnl-‘Wallnn request lfCOl‘lSOildallnn ornitauthorl.‘ horn in the United States and "for additional taxes, [Ithfiihiy ly oror food prntluglion‘ anti tlis-z who are now over the size ot'IT heavier ext'lso levies on ‘Cigar. ‘tx‘ilmtion under "om: single re. _‘ . ‘ . .«pnnsihe administrator.” ten" 'aand“m’k-‘j 2—-l)("vontrnli7.mion of \yo'rlt' number about 3500‘ ’ln albthcre wiggle-“the possibllity»ol:d;nt- ty admin iaygtot-s, because "_in no ._ “_._—q are about 11.000 ‘Ar'norican-horn. ,‘ ff 9. -. 'r a - . 'cguntinggthem inJILBKELINm“ . _-_. .. blmfl‘otmnrare‘mfi‘c 'filEfi'FyrfilTingg as a means 0 Olhcrtwa)’ can farmers' and "’51.. m." 30. . . « -——-r do:an what was u‘rmed an ]n_ sumcrs' needs be adjmtetl to‘our WHY—flashes"hetween“‘Nat-3 EThéiilifsrnfa‘tloné wash-given mummy- kap In miemmmic \jarious loyal'eondl‘tionsff “WWI?” ""3 55°"ths- e mmm‘Lfl—h“ Ram-h M' Gm- systom. The lli:_\'-1t.\\‘-)'tlll-g() tax Mm" f“"" PM”? A--»Th'030fllc l ' W n nunvo. i'i":..i€§“°ia‘0 dlrl‘t‘lm' M POE-l . .. t .‘l ., ' . ' . ment ascribed the sail!) a . '0" {0" the War ROlM'ation Atn-in103“"9 'mtmsmz 1t .‘0 per cant i W)\\‘rr\’11.)1lntf\ftflt’itighofllgznmlgj “mm-‘- [thhholrlmg lm-y, he lntil‘natotL ‘ to“. m“ warp-mm Naming M ,,m 1 .5 To," ‘v'é‘c'mpm. and define ‘Gch'm in“? ,0“ “immi'lt‘t’ ; will not be ‘hdoquate to. wtpcinr no millinn J‘I'l'l‘s mm‘c in 'ilii lfit‘ Ufa" as» lyinzto an Nav~ m“ ‘h‘udm‘m‘m‘mn “L N-"mttt tht- mm. than this yo'a'r." ’ u personnel exec 1. those rant Natal- Districtr—Went into on ‘. Bxglcy‘lfiGéK—the I “precautionary measure" 'as a ton was vcn‘ mut‘h surprisedat t m ' ‘ ' . _' . . -——; (imtm o z'mt, am )unL "‘3 numb" ."r NE“ “'10 Said I‘m—n” MLMIJffilily‘J "" “Mot “atgtriqtlttxx‘nlf n:iit“hll\t‘l‘l\' u: au or: a - _‘ h, The ’l‘roasu _ m »- ot—~in'ava‘t= 'Sta long-hr hp told .1 press handlclhc additional aorchgb..rw .' "VoL’é-toi-‘the—questlonsw ' ‘ ' ‘ ‘ "will" H‘le 101 niacint' the one-year supply- otfl‘ fininh. l...-.. ,_ renewing ramion jot‘ outbrfiquday“ night, be... tween scwlcemq'n‘ and""z"obt .nuiteqfiin. dox‘yrttdwnlbé An: i Luau. I . 0.. I 10 f‘ - } [day_iss__t_1_cd a' statéméntfii "(v lch it asFea- the public to .jivlewl ithe gituathn 'with‘out .. _ ,, 2M; ., .L o "'0 t 0,. but a_s.__ problem I . _ ‘ Thogesolutionrpmsan ‘ _’ - Superyisor' .15th1 A'nsoin ’F‘ord" and iyhued ’aft'er unanimottgnp; provai, stated: ‘ W ‘ 'E‘Renllut‘d Pro'bem - ._ ..,fle11le deeply déploring-these. ’ Wdlkfi—W ' ' ~~ " . ._ u o‘- ght,‘ wh‘o~ qu ,drrest d . :4; Tin-m photo i...._.._...., .__...___ .y- ' vinorabvlshea to record its con- ‘- ' \ ' V v‘ictio'ri that (generally, cordial ~ 0 _, BAN u ,-, relation *c'itists between~ rcsldgnt‘s _ ~ , . I___‘ _ _, __ , of . Anglo "and" L'atin ancestry; ' IC nti V torn First Page" ' ‘thn‘t‘the'lmsgtngcles foiice De-‘ many._ot't\jhom have lived side . .bréthérjs iii-whim“ serving partm‘cntgconld. not-handle. the b’y'sidelfor j'ears; as‘have’ their and has—.been wqtmqed. He was Si‘zfitm‘n- _” : not=lnju'réd—en‘d’—was takemhome - “mm”: 0""{°r°”"°' ms" ,phrents‘tfbefora thém.‘ We=do not ' VFW“ i , ___:_«___v‘A'ttlv. Fred_Ni‘Honjsegmef-Wit-h )' CE‘ " ' Sheriff ‘Biscailuz. Capt. Thad bglitti:e_’mit;£§§¢iit;law_|ess. out- » , . . breakhtin"Tany‘ti‘ay‘indicmeany. .. “Bto'wn oi‘the Police Department change t "'. ,;,' _ ' - , and Special Angobpari‘Moritz' NET—m 4. or en mm r-e .crgean .enrgc min a 6m! n‘n'd'lmmhfixcwzgxf'grlgemt'cng "Monthsi‘*lmlorejurront disl unionization clpctlon. here a“ 2%};‘éfimfgéi’T‘flKiV“ 0mg,“ ' turlvnnt‘t‘s, the Supervisors, tho shmvbd uflv-yegigmay when 45 --°-. 4“. “erFfiCD Consons 1R oi‘ the meetin wns shfil‘mfi'"? “1,39. co-crdinating b d a nwflbokr a on .at a NO. . 9- 3f d 4: db mmnmrce the la“. man. an ouncils and other agencicw have ‘7” 1 3° .. . ' '9‘ g, to“!!! Shore ‘l’a‘Ef‘L h ‘pquta iyfiand with tho .. recognized the pres-once or :1 Douglas AMT”! CO" H 'c' *‘Nnvy Men Tnunte‘d ' aria iiv wt outtrotznrri to “Mal Pmblem (“my hu‘ "0‘ . . . . « nuhunu - - under ivllagc‘d-{amliics anti has worn. '- . .r V _ utvdgannotitlfictimEo that ma‘Ié-"mafked'pfioK'PSR’“LPIEH’ R.al.l-Dn?.lreh_m._dmm ' .__ . snoolaiwwsignmmts hnvt- eon . ' _ j. “v ' ' 9"“ ‘° "tméttemim .v .i ‘”h.\"h0m"'ifié~-lm”"i‘ ianiii’mh—‘éfl’mmmem‘i‘53 '-~°‘.‘3' 1 range character-3.1 .‘ .. ~ "in the light oii thosb ronstruc- i iTvo- «Miriam! risk iii—Aztgvnnral public in flow “tho situation tt'iihoiii 'pi'ojudit'e toward {my ' touuummumbiwuxmi _ fitted by war contiliinns~1nul (‘ilH- _ thro tiring-1” tut-«anti nap" maeiam Sheriff departmonw~ "to tho-=1: paired-to fiotne-(anttiiar—"withgm A ' 1. ~ in the community ignore situation that nanny “all or. the "~i>'~\lfhai}’ccs have been the most cliglblcs cast balio T‘ ‘ ' i - V he(im‘m- - ‘. “fl Qgtcnllonsilnv int! “awn—MJM. pal-(CUT ' ' . 'lltLtllJinwdfinnL}Ignti‘ __ ' .' “Ax law enforcement oilii'm's." 'Thcy Wm decide portcd‘that Donaldzlfxiacksnn, ' the men agrooti, _ “we 133“ am mg rm. ham 3 gympammcum - _ t ._ . ~ .2()-_vcar~ol‘tl.._ cai‘lor, had it c c if WM "’7‘ mm“ "’i VOW“ 3‘ the press and thoradln and'ihc demanding and A firm insist- ' ‘ citizens to support us In Mr once on an impart’tgianmtnisué- . ‘irst 9t. an'd'. Evergreen Ava. United Auto Workers or the-in- - i, 5 - ternationé‘i: Association at Mt;- ékhqy m" ""‘m' “"9 m“ nurimsc m imt an immediate mm “(fl-“sum companion; James RJT’hclps, 19. .t . , .. , . _ Minist atel Withdrawn {r m _ _:_ _~__ H._ , I if 1" ‘h‘SJPlLdefim-.._.. . "We i )ior th :insi- -. of me 3" - v- - t another sailor, escapeti injur) A other mew“!!an “‘1 e '-‘ am" . V. .U t. 4h?- iaWiessness and ra‘vial discrimv Technically the ballot- aflords ‘hwggewgai‘k'X >rbl’Tt—e'ti 3W".Oi'mi'3 Bulldlfig- “‘1’” ination and o! eflorts of gamma them opportunity-tomattrwhcth anco. Sontain 0f;‘\\'Qlfgererjza. won-mm mke mc‘mwmlo the“. I annoy—wishtnmtmiomoiiectiv ‘ ' . . ..V-. _ Mamjgmnra V__ , or «mung »--proi€$- mm hands." . union of the two nam'od. L .-x- u . satiation and amber "tinionrvotj- ' Douglafi~ workers; Phoretoi’or havc .withs‘tood aii- unionization «PM .m‘tition Congressmen. cflgrtsv by _C.I.O.t or A.F.L. pro. 'Ppt'cfi‘nlini: .‘th'e 1.05. ‘Angetes ' maicrs and the tabulation of is rict to in\"estigato.tbe;-rqccnt -.-...._. theipelcction results 3’ clastes; > i, a . sta.9|""_ ' .. 1 r H I H I h . 'a“ 'c “ i . wer‘union promot o . ' '4‘ . ; nrexemat ves ~o l c c v r g ts_ ; y ' ‘ p0 ' 3 ch d c‘ x .et , l.‘.. _ a t 0.; > . - I _ O n .. toltce‘that he was boatén at Sim." "1 “WNW” “ Mk9" uMfid-fi§ttlégmunds_m‘ m“! an.“ : o .'...__r.a.'. United Stm.sent._m_.by'---the . . . . V kirkcd by a Rangotzqot mime“ . 1;}. .Ktlt;{d(?’cn;013lnertlh 1m Ange)“ County.” “Quinn, M “mm AW. and Ob’mpm‘po :sona n' ~e-l~ P955,an history- and.bec0'_“c," '. _ I n .- ’- (‘onntnnt Stream cm ' lvm "'-h"" ‘ ' :‘ i. ":“"‘f" . ,_ Ens. S e wn‘fffltffg-ro-r‘: ~—-:‘“Him”tawiméfia;' only“ In.me " "'”"" “J . ‘ H ' ‘ ' The_- pint-e in Sleep'_\' Lagoon. ‘ _ [H‘t‘ills te 3’01! 5 .‘ - rccelved' ‘a 'flt'c-‘incW'cut‘J he stomach and_a_sliglit‘cut on t‘ i head and was treated ‘at the Georgia‘ Street Receiving Hos ‘ -pii‘ai, where his ‘ condition :tt‘as said tobcvae'rious. ‘ ' - mtgfiiirivno ha' 1 \ ' (idle 'equesiinp ta rt: ['Ntififi:‘Dirbctor'jEijEttgL-u' pcréonaiiy was‘ at thc.Ei 'Se- “mac “3an Charge of'the ' 3""Ck’d "ml" fich'hd it was 12m (I[<(‘1050d that the cie'ction stafl'. Workarsr voted , . ’ ‘ - ' '. ‘ " ' ‘ , Slt‘t‘fiyJfiKOnn is aliake forme'd wnmn NEE-“3"! and mere was He told police that about eight Mexican Consulate here had mg m" accident when ,"oxmvauons- en attacked him {l’OmibChindu‘ROSu‘d to tho‘hoads of Mexican _ ; ; .~ , ., » . , kno'c'ke'tl him down and kid‘th {aiuilios‘ that their sons? and “e” m‘mc h "LA for 37‘3"“ ‘ _ ‘ I > . -?‘ o:~.o.ncar himJierscabed and tonkrci’ttgeiothcr _mcmhors of iannmin-th ‘hf ""0" B ‘3‘ , A "’m” ‘— ' ‘ _ ‘ I H a. niflht Bfl!d\\ Par . \ V > I ‘ " " ' " "M Porn?! n? Sunny» a consmnt stream of voters for ina'tnianfi from tho hailotthoicos hmmfl. ” m we "mm sen.“ ,T.....iu..."w...u. .w. mum: we and has been wounded. lie was 5 “’3‘ “"i - - ~ At another conference“ Dist, find,wa’ taken 130’“ Atty. Fried N. Hon-sec met with Slicriil lllscalluz (‘npt Thad Only one arrest was reported. . . - . w_ “v. West. 11' fireman 30mm! \lmun ot the Polite Depaitnient igihie voters cm noted lnetii’ " Mimi! by 139- “nd SP“ '31 Act‘nt (‘ari ' Moritz t a." r--.‘ . . , .. ' v A __... . "it. .. . ... .. r . atlonal Labor Relations Board lite Sctgettnt Ceoige Mon at m”. and cm" law enforcement “(mlm‘lon electlon here Fourth—St. and Americaw-Ave. nmcem mired up yesterday when 4.”) {fofififiksrqcfarfiigé Consensusoi‘ the meeilng was ' ~ ‘ ' - ‘ to enforce the law strictly and "am agents rock a you a" m {he Shore‘lmml‘ " ’ equitably “and with the utmoxt "y Muc "If j't'fll‘fl, NS‘HHVC IHL'H' phi-emit before them. We do not believethat; recent lawless out- breaks ini—ny way indicate any change in that basic cordial and {rleittll' "Months before, current dis- turbances, the Supervisors, the Sherii‘i‘s‘ office. co-crdlnating councils and other agencies have recognized the presence of a Record Vole; .‘ One 9! the largest. turnoutii'ot oiigiag Aircraft (‘o.'s '81 Se- ‘ XHV)'-‘lfn Tnuntcd ' N mpartiaiit)‘ withouurcxarri to 5'5"“ Pmblem' mica." b“! “0" indo‘and-Vemonplantar—av —-Yo,[flmytsflnfidcmgwinmth, ,olan-nr-tho—type—of_elo,thing exclusit'eLtzamonLLbeyoummt ’i‘thunibet::oi..ellglbles is "21mm! .war.incimicgiiinwngJun-m1 trot-n." 7 _7 underpririlegcd tamilies and hasI i M made marked progress improvin- iliiary scci‘et.""'according“tofar—Navy-men—in—the—(‘havez ~~...lgum.Arenneueew..m.m M .i .-.-....‘..---- yard agents. but the workers Ravine 'ai‘t‘h_h.\‘V_d[n}lt-~hapt‘ ail- Sllt‘f‘titl' acsmnmf‘ni-‘E ha“? homing °°">“‘l<1}“it"i§'3‘¢tig.2§ ~pt~.the ballot boxerv-busv watererammed—imti ‘H fiminmcibr hm" imii’“”"i’ “nili'hmh‘an—lm’Md’aW‘Jn‘ “‘15”. roi‘tkhoti’t The datua‘fid it. ’83) shackle roadsterfAi’tcr shouting M‘N'm'" depai‘lmi‘m-‘i “lit those'mnm‘» (hammor- - - -ared to some iaiiiltiar—wlth tho-.tuwmi—abuwmixndgwb “.l'i‘il-‘K in "‘9 t'fimmunii)‘ “'ilf‘l'c ; "I" “3“ “will” ih“"‘. “°“‘"‘.‘"' runtion that nearly all of theidir'e threats the ."CLlth siICtl «mum. ‘imICOS have been the most. two eil'm‘ts we ask tho'gcnerai 18ml“ cast ballots: mm“ {rcqiicnt_" public to \'i(‘\\‘ the situation Questions 'lnvolcn! Karlie}, M4)“. myrmme H“ without prejudice toward any; ' '“ Eu“ 0!—“°.““""’5"L}'11§d roui but a! a t‘ l ra- They will decide whether the mi"? _id fid-iagktfonli _‘ “As law enforcement oiliret‘t."!5;u(yi m- “m-mmfifgiiflflfifim. 0 plants shall he unionized .‘l, - h;°’[§‘lilc mi’n agi‘f‘l‘d. "\"C‘ "3“ “Wing tot" both a svmpathetic tin. (L'lfstx whether by the. t‘.l.O. m y 3 gm“ “‘ 3m“ “ a the press and the radio and the; dorsmmnng' and' a firm insist. iited Auto Workers or the ln- ‘ ‘ First St. and Evergreen Avolcmmm m q . .‘ ‘ . - .3 - - .“i'i‘mri “5 in n“Hence on an impartial administra. mammal “$50?”an M Nib ghoul). after noon. “bile his! , . mister—lately 'withdrawn from comphnion..lamci R. Phel s. in.:p"rms° m pm an Immediate: “0" 0f ill-“30°- 3. A.F.I). imam". 1.3”". {gamed injuryfimi’. ‘0 "‘19 m‘l'dylsm-T' i "We dcplore the instnnces of l‘echnlrally the baiiot'afiords - \t another 'meetlng. in the . . . WW-_; ._ _ i . m. _, lawlessness and racial discrimv The attack was- reported to ‘finarwor Trdd" Bundm-‘z- "pm ination and of efforts of Various ‘m opportunity to state wheth- they wish on union collective »» H - .. fSClliflliW‘j of weltare'orttaniza-v . . hi "w Houenm‘“ "fights Imhu"itionsr lawyer groups. Droiet-igmum‘mtakcmc‘m“ iptm'ci ' ic ' i" t 5-; . . , own hands." "turning chnLOl'antlL—Whlchlwmg—“hn "was!!“_T‘m‘,::;‘{p1:fk;: eional. mm and [internal_as-_'_ ‘ - ion of the two namod. “evoked a Mom”, m" m moiiiociatlonr. and labor union vot- ; r ,.-, “"3135 “'m‘km‘s thflommre «tomach and a alleiit‘cii on thetm m mmmn congressmen Z S t :c withstood all unionization 'hoad and “.as‘ gtamd‘m [he‘l‘i‘l‘l‘f‘r‘t‘nllne the 1.0.: Annelcs . )t‘ls by (11.0. or A.F.l.. pro— Georgia Street Rocmmg “05.4‘dlstrlcl to investigate the recent ters afl'flie— tabulation of pimL where his condition “.mifla-‘ihes- ir election results yesterday, .- Tth also addres'ieti a tele- _ _ iaid to be serious. I . ‘ J . - nE-..ot-_ the - zoou‘sultJanit. l i l rstv_lll‘\rho a jumici‘s Biddle reque<ting that rep-l ndgrhiter months 't - big ver union promotion bysdme ruched» m-e‘hcm. {mm San-jresematives of his civil rights ibucrack on: - ‘ ~~ -- _ , .. I ‘kpuiimeJeanJm 7 hot! States- senL:tn_by. thelponce-mflmht \\_~a,_mamn and:5ltld)' the. situation" and; Asked mum,“ and haulgflounds in 31 Union-t. _ kicked by a can: or met alliterit sState Am: ion. Room her-hrsI Lo, Ange,“ (3mm). ,, mm m (‘onstnnt Stream at Central Ave. and' Oiympie iii-“"11” aid in Snlvmg the Pmb' CLILR. Director E.-J.‘FZagen-Blvtt. as be'was waiting for iiih‘m- sonaily was at the El 50- bin. t {do plant in charge of the Attacked From Behind mm “a” “fix-km.” "mm He told police that about eight Mn Plant walls and iherewas . . 3.1]an attacked him from hehin l. “mam ""‘am "I "mo" go-zknmkt‘tl him down and kicked to and from the ballot boxesimm - . V . . lie escaped and_totilg_regige 9“” berm“ dum'g "VW’WWnJZservicejtationttrdm which lpa.-s Jnto history andrbecome, only a memory. The place is Sleep}- Lagoon. Sleepy Lagoon is a lake iorme’d by :iccitieht_ when "cxcavatidns were made in 193 for gravel b_\' the l'iiion Rock Co. ncnr Baldwin Park—'- Appciil to .‘le'xlcnns it was aim (“St'lflsf‘d that the Mexican Consulate here had sug- zcazed to the hC‘EHK of Mexican families that their sons” and otherwmembers. _nt _ ‘__t_h c_ _i’:i m i i 5’ group remain indoors at night rs. . ’ , , . ,_ , _ Yesterdav the Board of Supei> ‘ -—~» , the-gangsters.dragged'hl_m and .in order to amid any ttnpieas- _. » -~ . -_ ‘ sifz‘fmons “‘1 “’me had'b an heatin' hlni. when near~ ant ha cnings which might be “‘0” “WWW” "wmmcnd" l committed aga ns ie . _ "We are confident that the i Ci\'1l,flliil military authorities... will soon ptit an end to these irregularities," the Consiiiate'si announcement to the- Mexican press read. .‘ ' ' ' Manuel Aguilar. joint Mexican 1 by residents eameto his reseue that: . “'Ollid b9 decisive. Wow the street at First ‘ ' green rmwbenatieasti . su tors-juttiEd~ rem ‘amgmo- ‘ ' ' ' . 3 , i ,I‘or ii number of )eats the t 3:11:12? “mama ‘hem-“ammg Cum” m In: “mom with H ake. 75 acres in area and some -—. 7. _'.__ “ '. =~"~- ---<-~ ' . ‘ 3 J ‘ f j ‘ _ . ’,' 130'th deep-in piticea hat: been y a at All this OMITrt‘d—Vh. _mb~+c—+m+—Sr—Latm_diadmms A mm%#(,w4mmwr iiore Armt'andxat'yomcers con-Lthatha complete rcport oi-rcce :wnhnm supervision not“,th i '- ' H Witcrred with Mayor Bowr n anii'hzippenings in the loot suit war! . . I . . . l .. . ake to H ater't‘hiet at Police iiprmiijin-the‘iizui hocn‘smii in the Maxim:322;;filipfii‘fimg"figfigi‘ffig "Ill—"i l 'd'on‘l’a rl-mf Mayorf- game m a—r‘ung Plan‘u‘mimi‘y m “.“Sh'mzmn- m m" Itil‘hltli‘CR oc-tiri‘c there. “I m . g ‘ ' oLhaitJnthLdlswrhanmfltii11.31oxiimn_S_wtc_DcpattmcuL.:tmL A “Finflghcjnrrmmm; not! ' Y mhcbase . . , . , , .mgeg—gg‘jhg a. L‘M‘.‘H{‘o.nperationwas pledged by theito the Lonsuiate in but lran- Shch Lagodn Wm M "new. ' h i there will be husky guards on tm-iiitary oilit‘lals. 'whu were noticistb. " A: {in ‘_’ gggerlsettmeregtoihave their. bnt- . gioiial Planning. Commusion that the lake and its shores be. converted“ into—1r paid—recrea- tion, swimming,:‘boatiniz, fish- ing "and picnic. area operated by a‘.‘prii'alé' cont-err» ' ' o a made bv thg (Tou‘nt‘v. ite_~I' [bier {or the Maritintefi‘om t, ____ __ ,__- .. , ‘ _ ousiy at. Lon. Angelesjiarbo “aqmmade—Hs—An », uo' . .— rcstr ‘te :rea {or-his ' _ , _ .’. . eldaé----—-——-——,——:.-—_———-——~- -' “- (“1‘ :‘ aim-{cadoj‘hdmirfllTifhit'li Mnt‘keti trafiic on S. Main “0“: , _ - - - ' i , ' ' v . | u . . %_ ,__.... . yards of California SillD-‘Bauic‘us om" Mam, no“.rm1iq!Sl. and Broatlua) {or a time at ‘/,.7 ._ ‘ .—.—~ “"3 CMP- M” J- 3: ngmilonl‘rcomtfiinmfififififl .t . 5111 you it were n uesf.Veralft-J or a welder. christclnesl the”: a u e‘ m 5m.ch beaten and. iii many case's. » i046" {Nighieri‘lmi NW; T: The p ‘ \ . . ‘siripped of their outer. clothing. r ‘- ‘ t , ‘ “FEW—4. __7_ to in in the .iators __,nmmand g. Jal S otorman . _ _ ~ , ‘2. [cinned icon .'. ' . t ‘ . V . . -' ‘ ‘ le nmv...mmf‘l‘c - 't'u'lam‘w "*5. 541’; giggig’s‘lgfimnb aswiedn-mhm-andfaeeordz l'flflmei-R: Institam,—-‘l8,-nt 21.2- igni' the 1) pi»;'sn'irahih—uéiffi‘fihcm,‘ m; armmfidmxtah m’cinrtflcirrmt: eggr on-,_'S:C'ra‘fid'lfifeiIaftrEEFMFiotori ll: at yard . of e i. _.. , _V ~ ~ " nded—t nor-w“. '. ... ca m: tether and took on all persons .geics jaii'weitterday on charges mm” hejv founqu in zoot Hulls. of suspicion of man‘siautzhteni‘oi- in the police 'roundup which lowing the verdictof a Coroner's. 't olloT‘cTiTnTmfiiié‘iT-momthsi jury that be‘ was nemg’e’nrin’im 'only a few of whom. were in‘ accident which took the lift.r of zoot suityavere arrested and w. H.hMayhew. m, a transient. booked in the Georgia Street May cw, inquest reportseiat. Shnw“ andwmaphfldnnglbgmé .iuvenileuBumuéon—suspie‘ion, ewes—the demo—ceramic?!- 'art aiterlsponsoriniz by hirsnrmmemM—t .c ‘ , ' :oobeesnpvife-ot T’yard rag-hm“ _ Tia?“ Kelley} Xavj'roxluvaiit :- »yeteran-of—sca ’bfltthS‘ bothj ‘ ie Atlantic and Pacific. was - eciai guest of boner. ‘ ~ ‘ - i i that matter, cannot be determined with- out. a' consideration of the structure 0! our “entire tree economy and the place which 'ndvm'tising holds in it. ‘ “W{firiwgssonwigngn‘e 'oi'__a svstom 0f frge entvrpriw is vnnipctition. _ 'I‘hnt competi- tinn («insists of rivztltjfamnntz the mom- lters.0i one crunomitrEFoup‘an the pa. trunnut- of the monilwrs of another. A osed to hnge is now approximately and derentrallze.government supervision 30’,0007000,000'h'nfi'i‘5fifdl§‘7it‘6t<’ih§7Nailifi‘ffi n'derhfiocal' 'Tadministmtors. ' ing even remotely upprothhlng""'such 8 ~ This is not armchair theory, it is. the sum is possible to obtgln .through the system pioneered by Mr. Hoover in World -' REC. or any other gm’cremcnt agcnry War I, who toad prices ,'r03e' less than wnh‘our331n‘amimvnVotrc‘omressrthr—Trncr'e ‘ mmmnar- has- frequently been withheld from much .the same period 1mm: war. it was done emailer amounts intended torsuhsldy uses. . with n' Federal {and force of 23,000 under 755mm 'T‘ih'é “n'rrzu‘menté. against at» {-‘one admihlstrator, ain’mt‘rzanonrunuor temptetht-COWFMSML‘MZ‘W—n‘MMt‘Wle‘ée‘W’HV’"- lH‘a’Hfi’m‘. tritium! nnd inevitable feature of this Enid nrt‘fiili‘flmi are TEES. lhi‘l‘g‘exertion-chanthLflivlthouktmeither’snhsidies or black > mar.- Ftr‘mgfl: ""05 “Ram” pqln‘E-gngw—ifiqnluzn “Hf A‘tho .scller to "tell _lhe wm'ld :tlmnt it.” MEQS‘L‘E: “'1 “mm M ‘omcmcmyj L "P ‘ “uh . _ «—..~-. v, “MAitor' tail,.:-guivm'tming shapes; «hA-fltrm's on?" "“i'i‘hsmf ‘9 " “me me ’5’" n “"0ch plan Shnum he ““i‘nua Jim} hf," growth rind its «mm-it)" i’nr mhltinx jhlis {ore “(2 gottnn deep into a 3%th “Mi 1 ' and divitivnals‘ _\‘ol\'ertislng,, 0i mnrse, two rt‘iir‘: ll xuhfildlilng would_t‘in,\\'hat,‘~ ~ ‘ it is intended to do, (it, probably ‘would- seems likely only ,_to aggravate the ills mm M um", mlmum, Wu“. Rh). personal it seeks; to cure. - A- ‘ ' “m” the “lay mi” he worth till-it emit. it isthratfi‘uesuonv- 30mm, for mum,”- ‘ ~scoms .mnst consistent with Amorirnn conditions or mass production, wide mur- knts and a literate population is h" adver- of systzmi is the desire anti-necessity fart ’thut;exu_m'iil_e - before (us. ..the ,~_ -1 ..'- Church iii Promisésfn'emy Plenty of Force With the promise that‘in the.éourse of Churchill put' this number at' (SSS-phi: “m”: i" “"3 l’“'-‘7‘3 "‘"S‘mm‘Sv-‘m 0" “"3 iniphihinue~-oberntions—bkpeeuiiérqom-_a.£9n5idcrabiafil}mbet‘mkflifiLin. or 0F“- ,liw‘mf plcxlty and httzard on a large pcalc" the ‘fihe MMHNF‘mC‘mv the Am"! “"3” "1"“ ‘iNTEmt'm'Ex‘ FAWN": _ i . I ave cost Hitler and Mussolini more than ‘ t . A . l mwmliwfhiwmfirmaBrarmmn‘tmrmm“""’7‘5 “*“”“““-‘”"'*’ “mm” “m” “7‘” It! most—into?!“ and violent form-3's: prime han(l*slippllcé' ~ . _ . institution has hot-rune so intern-lined, in. Minister Churchill mnde another 0! his _ "was revealed that the pflme “mm . lof'i‘mm‘il «'Wl- ""N‘h‘m‘t'n will the "fiaiilrWaAhe-iitfllmflf'Wmmfi-fi - . elernn"n‘sh1n—hrinm‘ir ‘Drtsnnrr '1‘ mm‘. ““—YW£¥QMWW¥WLM- t‘rhcrcmhmkjnd thqmthin‘ application wwhen he came to Washington. ‘ tumult .lpindlnt‘:lt!\t‘illhiiifl«—t)l' hotter, the Wurmkmplacc waSD'O{.€.Our-se‘ not said' Most interesting was‘lme Chuwhul do“ ilgllt in ‘:i(i\.(“-l‘il>‘t~ .;I,< rm. pt~|lnfllnlC tint! mm“ 1‘.”- thrfihi”.ii‘itlngtdnilb‘ in. hi3,_-.,iaratlon_that inrMav more PnemV,Sillilllaawnfgcmvl MW “mm” ""‘"‘”‘"'"‘3 “‘9 “hm” ’hN‘N'r". mde "1‘"- im (‘rrmi‘al hm!" m" *rlnes were :ttmk than were built by the Yam”. , , ,nvminn a" Eump’nlx pm {El-rpm.- “hnsrlcermnm. and “mum first‘wwk-m Jum . .tttompt that"ntvmqn‘ul: I Hit-rid), Wish to been, haned, hg—fitdhtW4m "1(th in I‘m-’shmvn an even “can” ‘su-Cl‘ofl in. May that I Where int! :llhi‘iilflL my hello! Affirm wmch “mg 'sqqncrihmhwu» as” overmmng me "boats. Chm-“Ml (“an is based ttimn the {ML that it works hotter Declfid: THU" “imam his Tunisian.~le—- ‘nbtdlscuss methods in detail,.i)ut hinted “Ed Woman“ ‘flmtr “Nuns “m.” “"3" Other I “I”. “I ,. .. r The prime Minister ralsedJW 1241,00 mm I i do int believe that this is a pattern pru.‘i0"sly;nnnounmd “mug of Ax“; p115. A” mm! “(WM 3 Hmcbz mmmmm and which the American pt-npit'.‘ or ant-- niht‘r bnerar taken—in-~At’1‘iea:-ptrtthrrtlie-figure—inspirinflW-hwUTfi’T’filfid'mtFons wImdme’“h°‘m‘9cwer NUMM It. Will It 24mm gm“:{nightingale \Vith s’ome 30,000 “mid and_-. will 100kantt'ai‘ti'icilli” ‘I"'-‘“5"“i0ll-‘ii3‘ ami"deliiwrntt‘ly throw over- the {cw-hundred "vhqqc‘qcapédv by 593_ because of “I, hoard. Nevertht‘lt‘ss, i! this pattern i; to Strong Measures Must Bel—TokenAgainst Rioting ' .lw preserved. «\ve‘must permit it to tune. tinn'as irccijzhs possith even in wartime ‘without-‘tlte imposition o{_ unnecessary ‘ rrstrlctionx ‘ ' ' ‘ ' ' ; To preserve the’neace and good- name _o!‘being'exzfi;gerated- to give that imprrs. oil the Lou Angeles “area, the strongest““sion. There was, actually, no antirariul maeguree-finunbhe taken ittinliy hY“the ‘actlou and 'the affairs hart nolrnvlal lmsls police, the: Shet'iii's oihce and Army and 4 ’nor- are -"zoot-suit" wearers conilned t0 . American husinoxs‘ will turn its lllINi, Navy amh5mies‘to prevent'any further .any one race or nationality. mt some of outbreak, of 4.200: sum “ming- Whue the occurrences pould form a basis for '"c'i‘tl'éial test, not during the war. hut. in = _ ~7..__.....—~Ax s— r a n a—i{~sumelenti dirt rted. mamhers- oi'the armea forces‘recelved . 0 u y ‘ - .\\ v will he met. if private business fails to 'supply these Jobs: it is hardly possible that another finance to .do so will be at- im‘ded in our time. American businfiss ‘ must not only do its share in winning the war, hut it must also make its plans ‘now the few years immediately following. if' private business can give jobs to the millions who \t'lll‘ be discharged from the . . The tArmy and raw iave n-t‘n the commembl’~Pr°V°le°n=gii'themamsrOtfiwiserstefot-limiting‘lcarns hnrinerlurlnz ‘ [unidentified miscreants. such a situation ~horns zireas out of bounds, whirh should cinnot he cured by indiscriminate assault have the eiieet of st‘pm‘ullng prospective on every-youthvwehringiffifirtléultin type ‘_('Omhnilllil811‘an the situationhns ‘hzui a MWflmmmiiHWer - A ' i I l ' ‘ . l ' ‘ . ‘ i _ . . ‘ _ . 0...“...u..................._;......-.... Timmy "Furs NM: ‘__6. ,_._\.__ )1- ‘ I I. a ” “urn-2 i'~ - :‘ . r ' ' ltt‘tx nd )l"lal' n and Mervin nr '1 tgthmrtgan ancest-ry_xvere hclng singled ’ itlcmon oil duty. as aiyirt.»otuthq larger: “FR M “1"”: "f"! ‘90." “'1'” ‘3'“) WWW,” . t -,_ 4 _ '_ ' ~ __ ‘ ' ’ ' ‘ ‘ ‘iili" ho done Except l)\"‘it’"histrtirngrnn’r - ' . ‘ ' ‘ ' .l ‘ its direction. h ‘ - ~ ni’a. .And the incident? here “cte (am do he lwutlin. l l _' H ‘7 M mlmm ndvommnp«Miami m “or? , ‘ ‘ M _ 7_ —'—‘_. .t _‘ .. l . . established names and good! before ens- hlttire or this coitntrx'nnd its institutions. “mom 501: now: ' " it is quite apparent to me that the ndl vertlsers M thisqutmtt'ym tucgitwith um need or maintaining trade names and the ' \ . q in tolédd 46 theAxls cpntusten, the “'3er theienemy—‘inL'uewing he 'ought .‘to‘ he i" If the. Alliee-don't make godd ion invag don 01.22urone'pretty soon, everybody in. r h Germany. in going to "go crazy it-‘thcy a lot tenderer when our men start ‘to in» haven't. already. . . The Nazis ntarted the vcstlglte his innards with n bayonet l . “whi- ot-‘hervesJ' we «retinitith it and; rm 3 iongg:time,_it,wal the! Allies who _ _ the—Axis repidly‘irbecoming-recandidate’ ,wcre_. doing Aha. sweating .nimut. when momentum offside: programs, often when rot-'“ai‘uaén‘ fist’bhonhihlclrfidifif‘f'.’ '1.” the "'I‘Lipermcn’j'_"\t‘oiilti (fume tn'fim‘dvmnp” there hm:- beenl nothing...tn Sell, hat-endnng very‘ '._, > I .‘ _ . 1* _ , H , I u , I .._ our“; snientildmonstructive and patriotic jot) hi3 finnt‘h‘thqsé‘flhk he' stye;l"We ,at‘e . r- tb‘feazftisdo'jgmprove' untm the techumue ' n! combining these_eftortq=Mth exccirent Just. about t'Q .invnde,.Etirer!‘f:and it isn't ’untii "Adolf must think iicfix in a Turkth mgr-rue building-programs, 1133\3m9uqu. tumMmmeJfldeLdeMuspJnmt/gi.batthriJeruanicmzmassaxceliyJLlloliih ““d'i'JhflLiht "$011119! ‘Dnd #0111316!» it'lntrue; they tum .mh'tt iikure”oiit~~w_hch-C>_expert, with Amt-rioting. Iii-lush, Iii-minus, . Amrrit‘un jdvertiserx‘ have heart turd are br,_hhe‘ro . . . Our President; Mr. Roti§§117__CzGChnal0\'a’klnns,rDutehp‘x'umslavs nnd- 'hclmz pfloctlvely put into;.the war effort.“ "if, the British Prime ‘Mtnlr er "liar." t fixatiothern handling the utczim-tuucetn AM 1 ray that is nnothcr'nroot that. our‘ Churchill; Gen. Marahall__, flop._ "ii‘gfilfu-a ._. Ariti'iwe, have just begun to turn on {Nietwshgfpris‘g‘ * ‘ client» \ . iiiive"“§'§"‘§i$iiifi' I i\:l\'(_‘ no (limit-0" tit armed forces and war industries the test ‘ for a trmnrndom nh oi i'ot-tin\~vi'sinn_nn - niodlatoltv. following the war. This rueumm minors, to 5’0" peonle on the wlsdnm of out-erRéigns-Afler Riding» in*Pacilie;j “attainment to l meetiggte; FGYNGW Clashes nluitrcied on Page I, With the‘iootault riots in Los Angeles during the past five daysattalning- the status letcidéhfi'T Governor Warren ~ yesterday ordered‘Attyf‘C-enr'nobert Kenny and ‘a citizens' com- mittee of five to~ launch an im- mediate inVestigation. M canwhlle, pence reigned Once again in downtown Lott Anxelex’ devo t of t e ,atrects with Fl 1 i zootcrn and their arch rivals the ____.___.__._.———-— saiiors, who launch i a-series W; on the zoot Suitcrs last week as a remiip-oLaLta-Eityon servicemme a in 2.1.1- on the youthful gangs. Only a 'few in- stance; ol violence in outlying areas . were reported. (‘ummltlre Named live members of A The the citizerui' committe€"'w'€re tin-l no u need Immediately. They were Catholic Auxiliary nlsnop Joseph T. ' Mittiuckcn .nf- Los Angeles, Dr, Willsle Martin, pas. tor of the \Viisbil'e Methodist Church: Curl ltolton, local mem- bers ~o! the Youth Correction A u t. h o r LL51 ..\\'alter.,GordorL Berkeley Negro attorney and assistant football roach at -ihe University of flralifornia. and Leo Cilrlilo, motion-picture ac- tor. - The ‘ Governor ' and K e n n y called 'on. all law enforcement oflicers, citizens and‘iiicn of the armed forces to join in a move- m'en't' ‘io restore "boih.:.hublle owehndrgood-wtir-tn—m State.” Warren Deplurrn strife "As we lore our country anti the boys we are sending over- seas to defend it, we are all duty bound ‘ to suppress every dis- cordant activity which is de- signed to stir up international : "lie or adversely affect our re- lationship: with out" allies of the llnltetl Nations," Governor Warren declared. VlcrlM—c. t he“, .... W_.~_-__.....» . . D./Medley, Vernon patrolman, run down ' . by zoot suiters’”yesterdoy when he stepped into street to assist a decoy, who presumably was injured. Tlmu vnoltt Antisiti , ' WASHINGTONTJUne 9.‘ (In—— A. Senate-Home conference com- mittee today approved a measure nmridit'i} for tining and impris- inz . anyone ._.who initiates. aids or eonsplrcs to bring about. it strike in a war plant or mine taken'ovcr ingtlic government. The bill. which was pins-led in varying versions by the Senate 'rnd House. and aimed at pre- venting a recurrence of the coal strike. now goes‘buack to the House for consideration of con- fei‘ence changes which tightened some of its provisions. .As finally approved by iiit‘ con- ,_i{cuny's__inyesiizatlun is aimed fcifcos..thc ,nleaxuro contained at. “ascertaining the facts in the these major provisions: shortest possible time." salt! the Governor. ' the situation." he added. While Mayor Bowron, Sherilf --Biscztiluz and other local cm- ciitls were confident they had the situation well in hand” after a night in which disturbances had been confined largely to 'stnnlng of suburban trolleys in outlying townrandflnjury of 2! Vernon policeman. wires buzzed between Los Ankolca‘ and the nation‘s capital, .‘Ir\l|‘ll Mn)‘ l‘ivtn! in \\’m.-nington,, Rafael do in t‘oiinli. lultliutcL-ctzumdm‘ of the Mexican -l“.mbassy. lutid that It report. on the incidents had been“ received from the Mexican Con~ sulate in Los. Angeles and hint- ed a formal protest. webmast- hie. , Describing the riots itLq"‘moh violence," he will members of the. Mexican'mlony who have not been charged with any crime have been“ endangered. iie'_ is" awaiting instructions from the Mexican government before iii- inx any protest. Officials of the Depilrtment of Stair conferred by telephone 'Authm-lzalinn for the Presl- ‘ “\Vc will then do dent to take‘ovecwar‘pla is and whatever lit iiccessaryJo meet mines where production s inter. rupted and prohibiting strikes and slowdowns in such plants. Establishman of the War Labor Board as a statutory body with power to settle disputes in war industries, to enforce the continuance of prevailing labor Holiday Comes Five were dead in L0: Ange- lea city and county automobile accidents yesterday as the_eiiy's Rye-day holiday {mm-traffic ta- tallties came to an end. _ The dead: Joseph P. hit-Nancy. 914 S. Kenmore Ave. E. R. l-‘lot'iaphin, 7!, of 66235 Gladys Ave. 48. of Private Alfred Sciinoor, 22, of Spadnr- ' i' ' ' ‘ Private &.-,J.=Quinimr".’~i. of Pomona. Henry Pr— Lyon. 34, .of Pomona. ' The two lioldiers were Inlurm! ‘ ‘ t G 0' . P conditions/it'liile it is deliberat- ing and to mn'pen- witnesses. Provision for flnt'vlllli 'imprls- onment of any permit who illsti~ gates. tilde or consplm-tn‘ bring, about a strike in it Ht'ilt‘ti plant or mine. but excepting from such punishment employees who merely quit work. Requirement for notice to the Secretary of Labor. War Labor Board and National Labor Rela- tions Board of a labor dispute likely to cause it strike in a pri- vnter-opcrgied wtir plant lll' mine, with a provision that no htrlke can be called until «fit-r approval by it majority of work- ers on a secret ballot. ' The committee struck out House-approved sections which would have required the regis- ii'ation of unions and made it mandatory for llleln to furnish the government with financial be destrnwd wmmm Hugeradi‘clatctl of picnics at the by evacues. high-handed action statements, it approved. how- ever. a provision prohibiting con- tributions to political (‘llm- paiizns. as F ivei-‘iso;~ 'i'raffic E- io End and lilvti.. Second St. Valley San illntns; _ Charles F. (‘llsm .12. of n‘n w. Laurel Ave. Pomona. said by deputy sheriffs to he. the driver of the car. and Corp. James Zar- vos. 22, of Spadra. another oe- eupant of the car. were injured. AicNaiiey was ldrttck at. Wil- shlre lilwl. and liercndo St. and r‘lonaphln at Sepulvedn And Ceniinelti.i‘ilvds. ’ ' licnry l‘. Lyon. til, (it Pomona, died in Community Hospital. Lonar Beach, last. night, of in- juries received May .‘ll when the car in which he was riding crashed into a retainan wall ' ' ~ ii'tzhwav. ‘ "-1.;t " Secretary. Declares — '«Cooflict Greatest. ~ ‘_ ;Sea War in History— .' S "'ys‘K‘nfox >ANNAPOLIS (Md.) June Navy Knox Said today that sembied is on guard in the South Pacific and preparing for new action. Speaking befare‘the largest class ever in graduate from the Naval Acatieniy,.l\'nox raid the .“Ailics are making gratifying . proglcss in Quaint;an Al- lantic." He warned; however, that though each day “sees new victories won, that \‘itai sea con~ test is by no means won." - Knox departed "from his pre- pared address and spoke extent- porancoltsly for the most part to the 76.3 graduates and their guests. ' Eight Fronts Limit His reference in the. Fleet preparations in the South Pacific was brief and was made duran his summary of the eight world battle fronts now engaging the United States and its allies. ile listed these eight fronts as the Western Mediterranean, the Eastern Mediterranean. the At- i'dlilit'hlhe South Atlantic. .Soutli Pacific, the North Pacific, Admiral Says 12;) .Fieet—io-Be—Wlped—Oit i) F3 '1‘ R 0 i 'i‘. June it. UP: _ "We're going to \t ipe hill the Japanese fleet and we're jti~l. looking for a chance in do it " declared Admiral 'i‘hfllllih‘ (‘. llart. former t”tll11llifilitlf‘l'»liiv chief of Allied naval to. es in the Western Pacific, in- an interview today. The thin! I'l'r’ilil—vil coni- plelc Allied victory—will be the Hillllt‘ whether it N Achieved through in xl'l'll'xz of small engagements or throtilzh' one huge sea bnltle, he said. the Russo-German and the Chi- nesc fronts. "All this adds up to \\ hat can lion not only as the greatest naval war in which we ever par- tic ated, hilt the greatest para! war in the history of the world," he said. Knox said that the Navy must of the air as well as freedom of ~ the sens. :‘lr Strength Vital "The air is .1 new symbol of ffl'eednut or slavery-nan insirti~ tneut of either freer movement titan we have ever known or an instrument of oppression with which a single tuition could on- slave the earth." Knox reminded the young of- flcers that after the close of the last war the ii n l t ed Slates scrapped more than 800.000 tons of fighting «hips “in the illusory hope that in disarmament there was security and‘peacc." it will not happen again. he said. the’ illio many .laps who are slut-crel trendy to function at Luppe, §;\l‘iz. 'l'iirougbnut i-Impie's testi- mony under questioning by now win and maintain frcctinlnl 9:ttml:—‘—‘.Secretary:af:the " bite 'b! the tnbst "powactul’r‘ United Slater; fleets ever as-‘l .POSTONhCHlEF -— A. w. Empie, who testified before Dies subcommittee. ' ‘. Tillie: photo Filmer Control .of laps Urged, by Posi‘oanhief‘ i‘il'lilct‘ control and‘nlore dc» cisl’ve action in dealan with~ {the Japanese are needed at the' ‘l‘oslon Relocation Center, that Dies subcommittee was told yes-’ v icrday. ‘ A. \i'. Empie. chief atllninis-: traiion office ‘3: Forum. firiz. who wag on‘tfi ‘wltnesl It! all day.’ 'lidvo‘t-ated"_tlrmei" con- .lrol. Who was responsible for ‘uk of better control ‘ s not Q? 7 185‘. ’h'n'm'. _.‘ " “ . rope: in so urged segregation of the tlluioyal,~tho,-umtomaliil the lltiililit'mhkt'l‘x lit the camp. Many of the older Japlt want to work the land as that is their line. t‘rcdil should be given to. ,and are trying to understand itho problem and to -(‘0-ODPl'.'ll(‘, isald Empit‘. Build Hexrrgatlon (‘nmp A camp to handle irnulilcmnk~ ’t'l's is getting under way and Tcrunnlittee members and .lanicsl fSteadman, chief inrcsllnatnr for ‘tlte committee, incidents were ritch l l by some of the Japs. gasoline thefts and the appropriation of illlllilt‘l' at the camp by Jllpi.‘ nese. About slamu worth of lumber. said l-Zmpic, had been purchased. mostly from contractors who built. the camp. and some had: been tll‘ti c r ed for additional work by the project atlluiiiistr - lion. First thin“r they knew Hit] .lapx “ere appropriating it Steadliutii referred to it its steal- lnu it—and used it to build tables, chairs and shelves in their barracks. .They- said that those things should hare been furnished by the. government: they were needed — and there was the lumber. ‘ condoned. by oral-troll '- :— D'cpartment heads- who had figured on usin the lumber in project work oh ected strenuous- ly, and others objected. includ- ing'Emple. But who should stand tip and support the .laps in their position. hut.Miss Nell i-‘indiev avvi‘iohn inni' in the“ 500T, SU lT‘ WA R"l NQU-iR-Y-r- tii‘é‘mezairi'ignorant?in; $33.3; mmfim.-. A:mlmpzmi.mm lit 'd 'th- they “no it urno looso “i Youngdvmum "Fran and pnsfiible- {he “nun” m "w" x ‘ ’l ‘ (H .‘i 3RDERED BY GOVE RNOR—W i‘l‘ll‘lliflfioi'. ‘.‘.“Jy“'-r..;;iifi‘i‘"3?g zcmwr be cranium-uh m none, m m. {ttw " " - gm“ "NEW-‘3 [0" “mm” "1‘ day by day the mighty power " ' ' oxrmptlon'and mon in uniform I gi'mw. mun r’ trot“ Firs P o - l'; ' » v T ' l - (fr ‘i: it so u d t a: Tum ) fiwhouranging from (mimiiuan il l‘intits~.,n MP MEWMWT' m“ only M mmmhwunn m m. r10“Win to l? wort hookrri as iuw» asset-ml that ‘the rml sourrr ,_ ,__,,__ ,_.. _ ._.__ . ,..__._ . \ - titles at th’b‘ummln Street fuvr- (it tho trouhlo is drape-r thnn ' . ljtélhaué'li ? nllo (ictrntion tttnk. T h (- s'o i has boon rot-oiled".th said that G U E zuntuin order rrgzu‘dlrss or “'9” n” 200‘ “m”! 3"” Wi“"'"h“" “"0 m“ “mg?” 3mm“ hm“ m" M" m “first wait! they wore 'ronming ilii' I men but that the dopartmont has ‘ I . ‘ ' istroots looking {or rxcltrmrnt hocn asking draft boards to draft; B [P E D U N D ‘ V. .__0.\\'.l.,, Intrrratcd - lwhcn . taken Anus custody {or particularly ohstrt‘pet'mts devo- . . _....f . My“). MIN-Mt in Hm mmmm[qucsmmmg- K we; M me bog-mp "nusonnndfw Charging {Till li'lt‘y-"lx‘llt'vt‘li sot-king proqi‘rution of the as- ' not shown by offirhilc of tho . N that usually the requests arr _ *”“€._-".'..";"”" , dmutr sheriffs, mlico and mill-iscrtcd ('0fiSDiI‘leOt‘S. “tire of War information and _ ~ . '..complicti.\\‘ith. 1.. ,._._____. V. l‘f?W‘.z°"‘Cr> “Hermesth Mk p0“N_'.R,",;m . tary [Widow ‘to lw‘dn- a 'ron- 'A; l.. Wirin. attorney for t e oimn Rm-koi‘ellor,Coordinator. . . .. . lnlcr-Amot‘iran Allan‘s, timirth and (Motion Sis. nn'i Cnu'nmmwn Ha'mmm a“d..wnirzit1\' to give tho zoot suitors Ci\'il}.ib€rlics Union hero and a '3‘?“suga~1§lfr£(2;:? 1 ("km at “mm” “nigh” 53” Buttmgzirtnor finallv coilahoratodtfl “amid pushing around." .1 dolanicmlmr or the driogation. said i ' l n . ' ‘ . . , . ' , , , w 115‘... «Mummy “we mmf‘“ “L‘Pmm‘ "‘ “"31": 00n- on a substitute motion for Mt gnuon. cnml‘°“'d‘nf"(1.i:0:“lhht he‘hnd‘dlscm-ored n-ilttle~- ‘~ - ‘ ' . . , . ' ~ ‘ ~ . . . ‘ ~ «calcd “cations. Ton of the sons anti-zoo: suit ordinance. Amcnmn ch.” “hem” unmnuuml m“: “.hlch “RF—‘5 n a ‘qttcnvt‘s" in impairing roia~: . . 3 - .lqtinrtot. under ago. wow trons-k asking tho Policr Commission . . . . ‘ , l ‘ ' ~ ' fl _ "‘3 homo“ mo 1 “NM Sin-lcs‘frrrod to thr- Juvoniie'detcntion or a rrport on‘thr situation and and L‘mn Amm‘m” “mm “°p"..__._————-—-—-——-—-———-n mm {0‘ me mmmn m "m in Mexico, and m;t_\:r-ml:‘i\t;gt-1r:1ank. ‘ u any mmhm- [oxidation is rosontaliros, rallod on llnltul‘lt‘rft‘ro with the rights ,0! rm- ‘0 was”!!! M Imp‘mmg ‘ M. Another “pox-topped pants needed. This was passed unani- Slntcs Altm'rtt'y (‘harlmx ii. Cari-,l ' ‘ n “my to ‘ilq’ in inrvostin , L ' 1 ‘ g'\\-onror. only H, was arrested "WU-“LL “norm” (.mp. ‘ ‘ “ ' ‘ ' “"“s‘ '— ('arr told.thom that he would WM“. n.0,", \mew 1 ‘ MFM . on suspicion of grand theft auto .\cl.~ion in advocating a jail x “mm. mm omdah m “him”? I ' "p ' ‘whon ho w-u (ntinii sitting in n KMWW'" “"‘H'mm'p admian ' ‘ I ho diminishing last night. thq " . . , . t ion twioro inking any notion. hut, ., ,‘.~ ‘ 51 . .‘ (HM mr in front of Lil-[min “otth their is a hit qumtion ltitwould 3i) Mltumshlmi” om; up I r "'l "he. var had previously h“ "(m-"munhnm- “0 imlmo“ mggwmd m‘“ "‘9 man" might» "I: ‘. c i,"°‘n'1“.‘ Fri?" 1" hron reported stolen in Bakers. out. in support or his idea. hO\\‘- .— he pistt't‘tl‘ h'oi'orc the! Federal 'mgnfixt)‘::i::n (infill-mil” tit-511.1" mm- ' "5m "1"" me Icnmh or hauling Grand .lurv hot-v.1! members of ms. :hoairr and NW running 9 ‘ m """”"‘r “"“"'"“""'V SUI”. lhmll. “loin! 'z““,":‘:“n‘°“‘ “9‘31 the group thought they had sut- i(‘ n (.‘\'( “(‘0 up n \\‘1("| i“?! "i «'i Vomit" Pt‘iii‘l‘mim h)’ ‘ ’ ,m. . 0;" ;.n r; ‘ m .1 war measure is now i'cxulat- , base complaints. _ Phillip M. Connolly, (7.1.0. 'lmirmmnnne loud or mm:an mg ""9 “"19 man's”? 0f Cimh‘ Mobs «it scrvivomon. from a (low " lsugplcinn "f violating the 59. In“ H" 3M” that “‘6 “raring "r (-n '0 300 Ol" 400 strong, ronmotl ’ loader: Eduardo Quovatlo, chair- man of thy én-nrdinnilng oom- (‘. H. liltitlvl'fly..\i‘l‘timll if“? 0mm, Sm.‘.k.c A“. zoot stilts in l.r‘.S_.-\ngoluhan dvfi- u", downunm Mu...“ “mum. nn r 0mm. \m tuft {mitt-H _ ,- w. . ; _ nnbti' Meme 3 "imbilv out no- lookout for zootsulirrn ro- ih Si. and 9mm“) “Md i“ .i-nnz WIFE“ nu" . xnnro" and as surh could be ported toho intuit-siting into San . - mm“ {mm L05 Angflcs. I _; mine: of Latin Amcrimin Youth, . A mm, or "gm-o than 100 3371‘]. 'and non .\lnrgolls:(‘.l.0. cminsel, or: and nizirinos stormed down ill were members of tho (l‘clcgatiori. e NHMII area 'am'r‘h" 'had i -A rrhelated report »of ~iurthor ah tod. ' 0n l'utrul _ .. \V C ‘ nvas 01‘ I main street attcr several 3‘05"“ Officials of the (21.0. are report- ”0 sum—mm as he was pmmb near m (hitght‘ ties .13. of a . wearing thr- outlnndish garb. hut M m haw. mot prmqmmy Wm! .. ..- - .. . atts oca “ar.)v-oi .0. ' _ V . it. about. 2.10 am. oeslcnlay ‘ " mnmnflm e . m“ mowwr“ mad“ ‘1 “NM” tho Mexican Consulate repro- .‘iCm-Ivriuhl. MI]. by United rnluru. Inn. ' zcits." SAN DIEGO. June 9. t/P)—— ‘3“ “Ir-9d out M “’5 C3" by a lawlessness ra'm‘c y 5 er av. mm “‘- ’ 1c act c -. cq (3 Railway. ‘. ' an i "in in the street W ‘0 a r hoIorc fistsiicg'in to swin . c . ' -- , liking 1:? ‘a wild iionstm i‘de Fem \Cr-~ V . Another gum; or srrvltgomcn. ',e.“m;‘.‘e,s lhcre and to- haw The man 8' mm mudfldnon Ave. to ,u _L -. hat‘nl Aviation Cadets Jaok mmmcrmg nbflm 350 gamma tinm set tiem support in pro- ' ' ‘mionetniun Rublrlmtx Tabor oLLos-Angclcs ".ammmm " anf—Mil‘irs-"nih ' soldiem'acousedmi‘ heating up tith'first—to —t e—o co m! ,. V _— . . v costume. inciudin the long coat. an“! “all”? J~ Harper 0! Sl- 10- - .. - v . . c ant t 9.323. "‘ 2222‘??? —wm 'arraixncdgberore Munic- sevh- tin-firm killed Yesterday £3333 “223’ 123.3333? ‘32:: “"8"” “ad “"33”- m -- mango—mm —- on char 95.0! in tng to ot “735W - 9 0" . . . _ , ‘ g 7‘00! sulwd g a n 3 member“ yoi'. an. nu... an 10.1.“; min- “ mm I'm: mu“ mr' me i Chi‘l‘li (Teri naval al t um sudden“, “tuck we p0, yosterdoy as the result oi recent pts .~. V ’ . r, s a: who may seek have“ h?" “m, disturbances. “°"v "m “‘3 Depar‘mm 3’" a series 01 riots and krtlthlash: n-It'v"3u§a°o'a'““x>'«'e'v‘n§-“r' {"1301 emtm k ooking' him-’tn 1h ..-, m. ; . _ ' vomeht. ~ he" a a". parked All entered pleas of‘ not-9811"” “mg: {iszenradfahi hi: H __ V ingsinLos Angcles, will receive .“"m;;3,‘1""1;,§€;5m‘. 513‘, mug [rulmfl‘ ’ ° cc ‘3 I calm: sum-to '.q:..f‘%‘l’35ha-i’&i: lll‘ y Slal'ic lip-ill] a chip - ' ' ' ' . I u. ‘ ~ V we” 52‘ for 9‘30 1"" MR and M” n' n' Tamr' “‘9 Clifford E. Peterson war ed. . mu.- mm W Anni .. is not,» 1th 22 in- torunzh to down. : .,.. g h <8“ . . , » - _ _ ~ .. . . e Aw. He attended , km a i . . \todlcy r lncd his foot Dl,‘.H°,n .‘ , In ; ... (“W‘Cnnc c and formm‘, was "9 fihfiimt‘d Severn extra RULE-1. n:‘..‘.'z$‘i."i¢f.‘.'i.'.‘:‘n:€n’i."c.l.‘ , . ' . ' . ' 40, of 212 S. Broadway; Louis Or- cmti Oyt‘ .y . ' u . I . ‘ I ~31 cult". . !.:.\.\_35..5”"9k .3“! .kod‘cd‘ -r ; » .0"? - . .. A v a 1 of the at" kin and issued ."mor’ m (lum'u DUI! Ind suhan........si.iio vrr month . Crle S. ill. 22. 0! 747,5 S. being awaited here ’ Str’ecls‘ .m “We. them “make. .r ennui“. “"6”. “A” rdfiii‘itt- _ -? .. ‘ ' H " M" ~ - ' i. " ‘ . - . — 9o“ lHPmifiRim‘Bli‘d‘ All .Pasadenan‘l—PSGS *‘m—i"tinajto‘detertnrnhfiwiioth‘ér‘the_ ‘ Daily and Buodu. on: month... ’ 1| autumn:- ~£€lé7m it. uh: monl a onlr. limo montl‘i'v 'ious back~injurics and—"71 tws- we” MmJn “coma” . C’lfiéf."’oKTI—T_ an r . ., . _ n . - . cx'JJ'uné ., . t w "'2. i m, arraigncdr—he-{ornerMunlcipiil BrittPJ—Hnalim Wesley—Thomaa- W6;5etticemen—Under.—,- at; “bane—mm; ' rii fracture )rputi'im" o are vagrants.’ ‘j- ‘ ' é in AinAccidenf ml "‘“ - a. z u. °-~ e or -3 our "ma; as 29.91,». te- ea 10' m ~ w. u . to “you: ; 'orporat . areas—surrounding. amufiiomgm Williexu—x‘iifiryJavafi'Mr giisfigfiggflmm Ema-mgr... ., ;._*:,°: -as a o . ._ Station was killed yesterday in 4 _ "You, , mu 0 a ptanekcrash. it was announce » a~—eaiior—wereg-held-.by- Long Blind" am. no 72:” possession-eta hom'emndo today. His parentrnreMr. an Beac)t police yesterday on run: 3.133;; :33; magma. rcly- m . car y- ‘0 ex- no or en hr :m - . ; - rs. . . V .“- 10' ' QM‘Mflfix-wrfibfi—u mm‘uiv..en..mnm..:-....w.42;; deputy shat-tits werghg‘n‘nai- Main so. alter a HICIS'IIIMIMCh cranue.3i., Pasadena, Calm,— suit of Tuesday night. dilturb- . o .. (Morn Imu - i in these districts. “ -a Navy man. Jack-Forester.‘~flre- ' ‘ “C95 -1“'°°nn°°“°n )Yiih Tihe.‘ "‘ ’ "‘ “ "' °"' """‘ - - ' I . . i . . . D- : “cannon. nix month- - r t . .19“ man second—class; W‘s beau“. ' Plan V‘Acc| loot-suit situation r Do i! AM Bun u. three .mo m. "19 Sh ‘7 ° c“ 1 0’ Trimmg e dent They are Privatofiemld Doll7 E“ , . Dot 1 And Bu :1. on it five zooter Jumped a sa or . ‘Jcsu: Garcia..'grocer. or-tm ~ - - ' _ . 1 on v. on. min. county icrrltory,_,.nc"ar“Sla-‘u- N: Fremont SL/reported to police Takes Life of Cadet a... . . 9,349,.“ wuw; .ww’ 23;;Naw 83 ' ‘ ~ rye. thorn—zoo: sulter attempted to MERCSD. Jtine‘9.‘lfl’)—Avla- fireman-meccnyii‘ihss,’ who 33' .» metropolitan-area unattcct- Weipons'Act. ~ .’ . , by the Navy's order pr‘o- vHe assent-city was 'lound in mm ; ‘- sailors from entering lack; DI“! III 7. "KO. I10“ Duty, on 7.‘ cm month i in re y and tie es’ca'pe‘ without. paying for . oped. Only slightly injurch of bread stterctay morning, and-‘Knnsan C 13'. “9-. was killed his men and civilians through downfi 33:3; 3g}; $303333?” ii «I I.- All month .V. n ‘1? . _. . .. . _ . ‘ um: um Cad c Ralph H.-Smim.ot .set‘tediy- led.‘ cro m of scrvlt‘g. 3:233 gglgj'fl'fififi .» suitor received emergency when he andrhll, wilem‘otested. yesterday “"hén his iralninfi WV“ “ms 39¢" 31m" and tomorrow"! htment aha us. . center and. about 10"othm m‘e into’the ~nlnne"cnshed. A'rmyf: [unification into theaters necking persons on": m lundarrmfin-mmm . .25.. 3 mm“ 9 ' ‘ ‘ “°'"=““d'"“rr&¢ fidiihfim‘ “mm”- ‘°"‘>‘~ ‘ " r‘~ - we.‘”“‘“‘°°‘."“.““. .--. munizkirmfristtttw :33. Metatr-Declaréiia .Ther'c-trinoeucstlon‘m racial ‘ discrimination: involvemfn‘ the ‘ recent. Izoot-eulL gang riots i LoatAngeles.'Mayor Bowron yea- vterday told State Department. otm . ‘ nannrrnuee‘nmrtmrtr gain; Io enlorthhe law‘ntrictiy in preventing diaturhancex, de- . s t "c izena in 'thi :eOmt‘nw ml ~- v.2 -- —- mun .. ot—neiaixiiacrtmhutton.’ _ - *- WWI-flaw - 1 groups, workinan unison"; __: _ wihgllaypme‘ltemtgdmg marks."iri'ft§i‘t‘,‘i ti'hix yeeklyi‘rai r Police C. B.'Horrall 'ah‘d Deputy: ‘ (‘hiet E. " W. 'Leitter- also spoke on .th’mt: suit: robiemu'nrti ; promse a e to .; . meat-wilLobsery ‘ .. .- - tiality inl'deaiing with the prob; ‘ lem. 91:... .:.A _ _. _ ...__- . r “r ~~ - -~ .--‘\ ~-—-.—.— — ' - t . ' ate-men! Following his conversat on . Wmtnwm ‘ the—Morgan. t v _en statement. which read: 4 L “ ..- ;:. 'telephonreon .: I __ 3!": Suite Department in Washing; ton relative to‘the locni nitua- ; tlon.‘ I win advieed that the Mexican Embassy’had called the- 4 ’maugr to the attémlon ot the State. Department‘upon the hula o! a report received from .the Mexican Consul in boa Angeles. . “i iniorrned the ‘State Depart- ment _tht‘tt assurances could be given to the Mexican Embaistty are not in any manner directed at Mexican ' citizens or even ngainat persona of_ Mexioan de- scent; There is no question o“! racial discrimination involved. ru‘iiét‘y Local Problem _"We me here, unfortunately, a bad situation an the result of the ' iot'tnntion null" tit‘lh'illtm‘hf v'outhtul gangs, the members of which. proltahly‘to the extent of QR per cent or more, were born right here in Lost Angelea. They are, Ln: Angeles youth. and the problem. is purely a local one: but. while. our_prohlem_ is local w c a h re is -nothln ultttt'--.or...untque:-_a ut . Similar disturbances have been reported in ,Arizona jellies. in cities in Weat Texas, and in vari- o‘u‘a‘ "other California eltiea. . "We are going to"‘ace 'thnt member»: of the armed tomes are not attacked. “At the‘anme time, we expected-operation team foo "ildt'lt‘orthe‘vtnn . ' the extent that soldiers aids?"- ont-rlo‘ tie into Lea nge es. to‘r' fif‘%§h¥ftoietotaxwemm and adventure. and, \vhat‘they m‘ifiht consider it little-Yitm by heating-- up mung, men. .witoso finneh'r‘a‘nce‘thm" do-not"-llke.' 'ftvfltlylflf‘d the Sthle Depart- A u.-. I am in —-or at leéat a aympttihize‘r with the .z'o'ot suit. fraternity. 3h" .4". Mr"- Amc”! “ma”- lnfant at the tinte oi her arrest 22. 0! 1:13“ S. Rowan St. East and told deputies..that she wzia {xix Anteleg’mwhnjjg' “cox-ding 'olLihe wav to u market to buy lo‘henown Account. the wife of on enlisted munun the .\:t\.\'. "a and hrmmhumm “.m‘ h“. Mrs. Venetttta was arrested yes- on an impulse .{rhcn - she téaw tcrtlay lty deputy ahcriila \\'h¢lliilit‘ zoot htiiL-Vntilhs- nmr her she ,aasertedly curred them -letouie. ' they were questioning a group of. znothsulters n‘earj her home. ot'the Peace Myer 8. Marion in palnot-hraseknucklu wax'iounti in her possession.- t-r— ; j '. "'l‘hey ;ahoulti‘ leaye tlto' zoot sultera alone." ahevt'ehemefttly tolrl reportera in the" Chuntytdaii. .\\'.hen’..it‘wu minted out that the rent pleat hoyx‘haye’ attacked cutoff}: tmrrtm ragw discrin't[netlonJiLtItLrlotine - . V and/'thatulma Angelcq authori- mt" "fimrfimmrsmcrm": ties will enforce the law and Kn tickles jFoUnd ' that the occurrences in this city A. lined." Now comes a lad? z'octt tiullcr ttwnyamilors. site xhruxgetl and {said that‘hcr hl_lalx1nti infiar mmmn wmmn.l M [he "6“ away." ' '- I , t . Mrs. \ enemas was carrying an tnilli.""§h—F._sa[rl 'Eli'é’hitd" ioun'd Site was taken before :luslit't‘ Wm . '{urhlnk the peace. and will he nrrnixued inthe name court at 10.u.m. today on.a charge of CflWlectpam... A The baby was ten with her mu. 1111': S. Rowan Ave. tit/miter?“ Tu‘enty‘five hora ranging from iii to i? were booked as juve- nile. detention. tank. -Thes'o were no zoot antlers and police . Rm ;l written remlmion by Cou ell- H‘" mm“ k"'"vcmemm?"""7m‘m-mituatlon if the police would [present the evidence to the Dis-z v mother-in-inw; Nl‘lwAlVlnl Vene- *+'-‘GYE'-R-»NR=+-., t’nf-flhe—tmuhlw—is- dupe Sufi; Studied~i--,5 b ‘ C0" 'l‘e' y_ .1 UnCi m n < to at that it he made a Jali‘ MTch to wear “loot suitx 'ith rent pleatx'wlthin the eltv limits oi Lon Annie " was 5: Wu serious contemplation yea- ;ly by the City Council. "The “intent on wa mfe n inan_.\_'orra . eson an m‘tpct - ately syt the whole, Council of! EEEMEFW .. ated anjgur. '4 Sn}? 0 actton on ..,_.‘ rcaokuiion lnnguisfied‘ while set- , erai Councilmen -de'plored the {act- that the : ice mom to " have-let the slum - ; - _- ~ - and. " ' ' . hcilmln Johnf‘Battmnrt- I offenaitie gothijg wouldn't cor- rect the Tltuation. V T" ~" Willie-CiflkVV—Ir ‘ " "— wedjiaumrlrmq; ‘ aumgar ne . tact that ('n’pt. Red ttyncs, once head .oi the police RUB-- 1verttivc squad, ilrno longer on Ithegjob. :, “it. llynes had been on the Job this businesa would never _ have gotten'a ntnrt." went on the Councilman. “Theite hood- [uma now have the cops buffa- Counciiman Roy liampton maintained that the. Police Com- .1nci tile. policeman do nnythinx.‘ Councilman De l a the re F. McCloskey. an attorney. de- clareeruL‘gre plenLv_ni we” lehll.n'0w applifihle to the triet Attorney. _ Law: on Con-turner. "There are such law» as run-x spirnt‘y to commit riot.“and eon-5 ‘ racy—.m. attack..-with 'ticaciiyi weapons. which co titi he ‘attplinl i very lt-ilcetiveiy ere." argued, Mt‘(‘loskc_\'. . ~ (3.0 u rte—tlman Edward -l.. Th‘ranher'mainuined that "some- one"-~pro‘ntulnated a "pet. ~'em on the. wrlxt potter“ {or handling loot-suitors, lie Iaa'crted that' once. 50 of them were thrown in they‘ were all tumFd loose with- out having 'a charge filed against theti"'-'-'\\'hcti"ihéf-‘faiséd‘fblx " fuse." *‘ - t. ' , ~ (.‘ounclltnntt Curl Rasmtiss'c't‘l ' iasaerud ,thai "the real, source r—than‘ ‘ hnx itcett- rcvoa'i'cri." He said that there are, not sunlcignt . bolicc-’ i‘an. Watts‘ P ._.. .... _. ...._. a..."— tigtor—Bia‘mesw—i. Grand Jury Riots on F ifth-"C’oiumn 1- "')\" l'w'i‘ mantls‘the'respect of even the toughest. juvenile in Watts yes- terday asserted that the epidem- lc nf~zoot suit riots iii the wbrk - of ttfth_ columnists lie is Rev. Francisco Qt'ilnta. nilla, pastor of the .\l_‘exican Methodist ("itit‘rch of Watts and widely known "the Mayor of Watts.” _ Mr. Quintanilla has their re; spect because in his youth he was a pretty rough customer himself. serving as a captain in Pancho Villa's revolutionary army, I ‘- "\\‘hen boys start attacking servicemen it meam the enemy is right at home, it means they are being fed vicious propaganda by enemy agent: who wish to stir up all the racial anti class hatreds they can put their evil lingers on," he tleeiart‘d. HS l'rgrd to t‘omiiilt (‘rlme "One of my own boys in my t'ltlli‘t'h "lid "1" “it-'1' is ROMS! it black from my church. Thatithe growth-of gang life in our on. 'l‘hese propagandlsts urge nttt‘ Mexican youth to commit. crimes, to build up police rec- ords no that they \\‘lll not be accepted by the armed forces, "They are told that they arefiFDet't of the community. this; Rted'Thatl" who-com: little i Quintonillct Rev. Francisco . Time: Phnto , saw him »hiiranguiniz' a group ;of young boys on a street corner ntan was an enemy agent. Digging Own Grunt f‘it the Mexican and Negro tininnrlties want. to gain the re- wanted to fight. and die for a;I‘iotin’g_is not the way to go country that has done nothingtahotit it," the militant pastor for then-L This is me gnx'fofitlt‘t‘iai‘t‘tl. "You can‘t obtain re- mison being spreadtoday. __ 3‘.\'ot long ago a man canto to . lie was a white man but. ht spoke in broken English. professed to take great inter- est in the attalrs nfrthe Mexi- can population of Watts. anti said he wanted to help tbem.-l refused his request in .spenk. and the vet next afternoon l Mother Tears Up Zoot Suit of Boy Wounded. in Clash nluutmtodon Page I lit General Hospital yesterday \‘incente litiarte, 15, p tiered the lpatlvisabillty n.’ .1531 dating with mot suitors. lie was shot iii the right. it‘d—wotlncswiy night by a railroad guard after an ontiireaK‘ot rioting near an Azusii theater. 'lfie. you i was visi f‘t lfisfilm Trujillo a l me :le-askcd-to_be..pcrmltuul.i l J . - . .. . nil his stepfather, Adol-. spot-t by force—you're only dig- ging your own grave." ‘ .' ,- lit» said - t lia-t—in—rmany-r-in -.\'egro youth< have heeiv forced to hear the brunt of the moi» lie; :fighting, "These :tx‘szlllatlls are very clever fellows,“ said Air. Quin- tnnilia. “’l‘heyrrun 'when "t h e lighting gets hot: and leave the innocents to take. it." a.-.4.__.._.._._. _.__ __.__ __ to Trujillo, labore'. 2t! Azusa "Ava. Azusa, 'who deplored his .assoclation with the older mot. 'sttlters. ' "We tried to keep hint home but he kept slipping away and what has happened to him is his own fault." they said. "Mrir. Ti‘Tijllio, by way of em- phasis, took his natty ieg~toi itw rouse ~ Hl‘lt ore tiem in the hospital.‘ gathered' at a playground at Ninth St. and Comptop Ave. in the Watts district were. rounded which hfluiid. a. survey ,shows very little originated in the show- houses. instead. he said. 'tllm- whiah—ha—w—prnzr ' ‘ l t. t. ,P_ -.. ,._...... ,. . . , . ' v Grand Jury investigation of the re't‘ent loot-suit riots which have resulted in wholesale beatings of Mexican anti-Negro ymtih’é and the wounding and niiiiinlntz of members of the armed forces and police \\_':is promised yester- day following a conference he. tiveen Dist. Ally. llowser and Superior .lutiee Charles W. l-‘ricke, presiding judge oftthe criminal rmirlv. limvser saidr—loliowing the meeting, that the grand jury will attempt not only to return in- “underlying factors" w h' i I‘ll have provoked "a state of near- anarcliyf” , “it i< manifest to citizens nt‘ Lo; .»\ntzele< ('ounty that :i sinu- Iil‘ lil‘;il'-1lll«'ll‘(‘l1y has existed for? i the last several weeks. This con: éti‘ition has been brought about by community," liowser said. (‘lty (hit of “0|!”th "mire fact-ti with the hu- Emliiatine {Eel the Navy has found Kit necessary to declare pnrtinnS' of Los Angeles ‘('it_\' out of bounds ' for sailors. Such a condition 'can no longer be tolerated. "The gt'antl'jtiry today will be1 requested to undertake an iii A vesLizzitiun .iiito,_.thcse activities, - lpoint where international rom- iplit-atiotis are involved, We will Eseck‘ to not only return indict- 'mt‘nls in propcr cases where the lpenal laws have been violated ’iiut also. so “IF-HE it.ls_humtinh; » tposxihle. to determine the under- ‘ lying factors which have brought 'oiii- citizenry so much concern. V . Twilan . the ‘tiiiblic ll ftill. fair and coin-lli‘l.iliil\(lt|ll'l\' without cl; s prcjut ttlcelhr political implit lions. mil” ofJustice tto' e GivenFlags sentntion 'to the Hall We of a large t'nited Stat . land it California lieuEl‘lag till i .lti Fltl \vll )0 made at it'll) :t.m. Moti- ti:i_ v the Native Sons and Na- tlv )aughters of the Golden Well as a Flat; Dav feature. it- national ensign \H s ti pe r v i s l n g district dep‘ grand president of the Nat vo 'tiaugh‘ters. Bernard (l, Hist. m'und' truslee of the Na- tive Sons, will present the Bear it' ‘ bust i (llt'llllt‘llH bttt to determine the . .m—m ulan nucullrt.‘ tu tcgu‘ late the conduit of unlnns_ its sponsors profess to have used t h e \\'iscnnsin labor} 1 the entire law in all its pointt. 'l‘liey {object to coiittitiisury in- corporation. to civil liability ‘ pfht‘i‘"IM1W‘“R‘T”IPir"lNOdQI7fi- :..lul‘.._diuni.lllL‘ . to. lililLEElll. -lier- . successful a‘t‘tfpainfttl only to i‘gtckctecrs and other prolesu -éimtétistbummtiulmmmm gone mllt‘h further. it con- tain” the”‘nltltl ‘ reform‘ adopt. ed at the same time bv Colo— ratlo's neighbor. Kansas, re- quiring union bosses to meet certain qualifications and ac- count for funds, which also are‘h’etng tested. but ll‘lllso permits the industrial Commis- sion to plant‘a court reporter in meetings to report the pro- ceedings on the request of any )0 members. This the’ union regards as a serious invasion of their privacy and their right to conduct their own ai- laii's._ Another provision would permit any nit-miter to appeal to the courts or the. liltl\l\- trial ("tuninbslon {or redress of any complaint against tht‘ union and cinpowct' the t‘tiiu- mission to royicw :iny [ItltllV-ll- men: of a member by his lllllt)“. BENEFH‘IAI. IX ('Illt'.\(:ti in Chicago. that aiioiiitiiable slum of the» labor movement, all of the provismns ot the Colorado act, whether consti- for the present good of the member victini<. \"lV‘H' case li- hopeiess under the eons-piracy against the rights of the work~ et's by the local chapter of the New Deal party and the critiilnal underworld. llut con- ditions in Colorado are not particularly indent! even if the new law should be entire- ly constitutional, some or its nevertheless. it conflicts in portions with the Wagner Act and. in one section. seems to he the‘mcttns ti! reducing labor unity lll microscopic units in 'ittihrit- vlslnns or departments of plants, forbidden to take joint zictlnnwfor mutual protection git . it the most viciotia trait of .._i..,.- . Mexic ttttionat or n01.-.\\'0\.lld._\\'n£l£_.i. 0 .Not Expected sons. to the "reasonable" limi- tation placed on fees and dues. enliqum_mg ynininlssinn‘s a )- ~ prm'al, to the. strike re eren. tlum' designed to' tlek'l'rt‘Sy’lhe ‘racketeering power of union bosses so .ilagrantiy abused elsewhere and to the total for- biddance of the use a! union funds for any political ‘pur- pose. ‘ “thither quaintly, thertinlons now are exercised ovt‘t' the rights of minorities which h_\' union practice have been ruth- lessly trampled down in many spectacular cases. They hold .lliat thh i.‘l\&'_\\fllllil .Iippress j a union embracing .'i minority ' of the workers in a plant by Marrying only for the main!" ity the right to go nit strike. f'tHVI-IRH LIMITED Constitutional or not, some (if lhl' )il‘i)\l\'li|i\s‘ certainly _ -\\titli'l NI sei'ioiixlv limit the pou'nr-t‘hi even tho lit‘s‘l union: I as to leatt- thorn helpless ill a . t'filllr‘sl. it lx’ not necessarily trite that this ,wniiltl be im- mnstttutlniul‘ but surely would plate the tlllltllls ill an unfair disadvantage and it i¢ hart-iv possible that mil of llll‘ ‘1Mt'nl‘1esr'and tho~e"ln"othet' Statics l'llt‘l'l‘ will emerge an understanding -liet\\'een'. “he and influential union leaders and reasonable mcn~on the other side by which the em- ployee. and the “Ht'kl'l' will win prowl-lion against the‘ weeklcss and arrogant routine: of the union movement under the New Heal] ( ‘l’hfiW—nW—lnw adopted in the other State; in ll‘t‘f‘nl years go much lurtlher than any or the proposal; which tire New Tieai‘untler- world-Conuntinlst ('nlls'ltll‘ilt'y haw blocked in (‘nngress and most of them. including piohi~ liitloit of the sit‘down and mob violence. in it ulse ot‘pirket- on. iave teen tip e . "' CHDIMIhLMX .V-Unllfd_rillllfl'l: trio: to‘ Fileg -A«—-£._ Protest Oveeroot War—Here lit-spire previous lnllmiitlons to the contrary. it appears .that thrzoot stilt warfare in Lot: Alb‘ geles will not. take on the.“- pet:ts of an international itilua- to tote i1iiltlc Washingtoih :trrot‘dln from lion dispatches DC. Mexican Ambassador ’l-‘rziticis- tl‘t‘tll't‘\'(‘llllttl\‘(‘s of Nelson not it:- ‘l‘t'iit‘l‘. (‘oortllmttor of inter. American Ail'atrit, have begun an 'lil\’i‘rjllg;illiili Jnto the rioting tllt‘l'l' that has jailed nearly 120 till .‘I work. (if the ltltimld zooters arrest- illl)’ Slit-rill .\i. l). ilt'iiislt of tho en Castillo Nnjera yr‘terrlity .‘lltill j illlbiit’ l‘t‘lflllnllfi N‘I'Vli'C. (“tint-Il- he does not intend to make a for—it‘d Ki per cent of those of draft mat protest, to um 51"”. nomeage had been tlrfci'retl as unite. ctiltle$ between the, motors and jervlcemen were "ironed out." outside. To avoid trouble, he isnid, some theaters downtown have barred the zoot. stilt ele- ment from attendance. Westernfidioniay Bdost Ordered \t’ASlllNG'l‘fm, June to. (In—- A 15 per cent wage increase was ordered today by the War Labor tip and booked at the -'.'7th St. Division Station {or unlawful as- sembly. A number of home‘ made weapons were taken from tllem; oilicerir reported.- 5* , When a throng at 12th :41. and Central Ave. refused to disperse after assertediy taunting piisscrs- by, one lR-vear-old youth was booked 'at. tli'q' Newton Street Di- vision Station on it Hot. charge. Ztmlt'rn Detained Jtivenlic' oillccrs picked up Flag. - The-Federation. ' of State. Sol. cletles will mark the anniversary with a program at 648 S. Broad- wav, with William C."Condrnn ~11“) er_of ceremonies. ‘Butane Gas Supp Lackin‘g in State (‘iilllornlu is faced with acute shortage of butane gas, erntnenis. btit that he did not used extensively in tractorg an recall any direct inquiry being farms and for heating in coun- made by the Mexican govern- ment, because. it appeared the alt- uation had “greatly“‘1mprovcd." istilte‘rs. he said. are United State» citizens and only a few Mexican nationals were hivolved in the rioting. Secretary of State llull stated til at press conferent-e that there may have been some littormtil ly Milly 90 'per cent n! the 2001‘ gm exchanges between lite two gov- ' I ' ‘ ‘ ' l- ' .A. and Maple Ave, one of whom was car g' i Fitted-handled "tomahawk." The s'tispects ,Were . - ,venile detentlon tank. . . Acting on a tip that molt-rs in- tended break ll) graduation C‘fhe ll vera and m, exercise V 3.;a;.,..;zg.,.,2.-,_ “ngmwww mamgpr, _ Fn' "oli'itn linTK’i nri'n-it'nlv' VOU8~8 t..c Ila .._......-.. Mn-num ih‘p tarrltan raph 'Co. Western Union ‘Teleg employees. -- ‘ in u : 7.7 cents an hour, with the are rage straight-time earnings of the employees t'_t2\'_gl‘cfl by the omenamounting to 51.4‘ cents in January, viii-it. ' infrCflSOS manufacture of synthetic—rubber Commission _w terday. an” informed ye:- FLOWI’N'GTEOCKS” j "'"""""' m o ‘ _ 0‘1. ... m . “F‘J‘P'IYV‘E' W secretary unit said the him De u .1 I I i - but that Federallntervention is unlikely as his office lit sallsfled' locnl'ituthorlties are attempting to handle the problem emc- tively. - - ,"aqquq yulynqev..e partment is in communicattOn- sit‘alilex by lllt‘ Army. ~Alianm lCSpana Americana. an organization claiming No.00" members born in‘ the United States of Mexican parents, through Secretary A. It. l-In- . rigor; of \\';ittx lodgc,‘ often-ti its (‘n-lipl‘l‘illlfln tn lllllll()l‘ill"‘ attempting to seek'a peaceful solution to the problem. The organization will combat a meeting Sunday at I] p.m. in sons of llertnan’ Hall. 120 .8. 25th St. to discuss the situation. has aunties trims _ Vol. LXHI. "Mu.- lulu I]. "H. NI. "0 Deity rounar Danube: o IBM -Jnn rum new nufiiiJarm . £1- u "a" flfiiicgm. nuiin I I Q 1‘" 10 d 100 an a: on I! cc "on . unhe- iron Lol‘ Knuth-Ft unit. . Intern u ucontl-cln- nutter Dec. 0. dub-m ammo» H»- Amelu. on.- ifnvta run. “.1 m...... ...
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