William c troyer
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1939 EIGHT PAGES VOL. 99 NO. 38 By Of Herbert that the obstacle Republican "a rendezvous a full-sized full-sized the party's prepared at the nationwide Republican upon in three was hanks, municipal noli-, noli-, noli-, Governor signal fair and ' holiday. hope school school economic government the and asret, public than humanitarian "restore paralyzed 20,-100,000 20,-100,000 of this government -, -, . income to spend order to Republican said, rainbows.' national administration spending but on creating build as as- as- j taxpayers, j liabili- liabili- j the basis surplus of sar- sar- I for pre- pre- I not ni- ni- I national j i the high i down on j people confused Lincoln's I ol human continent observer But today light. Americans their of lib have to congress. to office for the The elections government traditional Megladdery Case Rapped By Republican Conclave Troyer, Brown Named to stale Republican assembly posts at the conclusion of the three-day three-day three-day meeting here. William f, Troyer, left, and Worth Brown, right, confer on problems of political organization. Brown was named president lo Kurceed Mdnlyre Faries of l.os Angeles, while Troyer was elected secretary. Chamber Dinner Soquel-Capitola Soquel-Capitola Soquel-Capitola Plans Flower-Planting Flower-Planting Flower-Planting Drive Assembling for the annual dinner dinner meeting of the Soquel-Capitola Soquel-Capitola Soquel-Capitola Chamber of Commerce, nearly 100 members and friends dined and danced at Stuart's Montecito Springs last night. Dispensing with business and election election of directors by mid-evening, mid-evening, mid-evening, the crowd spent the rest of the evening evening dancing lo the accordion of Dave Ferrari. Report by Boh Morgan, secretary-treasurer, secretary-treasurer, secretary-treasurer, showed the chamber in the pust year had included in its activities: A study of police protection, partial partial clean-out clean-out clean-out of Soquel creek to avert floods, promotion of the famed Cherry Festival, cleaning Capitola beach end making other improvements improvements through the Capitola .leering .leering committee, sponsorship of a soft-ball soft-ball soft-ball team and a Boy Scout troop, backing the move to install a sewer system through formation of a sani tary district and raising $200 for the Capitola volunteer fire department by staging two dances. The Cherry Festival, Morgan said, naid for itself and named wide pub licity throughout the northern part of the state. j 'angoments for the crowd of Fresno Flower Planting t'rged Eagles who plan lo attend the state Harlan Kessler. vice-president, vice-president, vice-president, convention here in June, five promi-said promi-said promi-said two of the organization's pro- pro- j nent Eagles from Aerie 13! spent jects for the coming year would be Sunday here. to beautify both communities! About 200 delegates from theii through a flower planting campaign aerie will attend the conclave, they and to promote home business by a i estimated. While in Santa Cruz they "Buy at Home" campaign. j visited Grant Falkenstein at his Last year's experience of rummer home on Center street. Falkenstein water shoif'ge in both towns will be was the conductor of the Fresno averted at least for the present by Eagles' band before coming here to the Public Utilities California cor- cor- , retire three years ago. poration, according to Clayton : Here Sunday were E. L. Jewett. wi..h ;t unA W tiiwht'c : state past president; L. D. Williams, toastmaster. He said the utilities coi poration will dig one more well and place a roervoir nearby. Progress of the proposed .sewer system was outlined by George Morgan, Morgan, supervisor from the Soquel district. district. Morgan said he hoped the work would start in April and be finished on the main streets before the arrival of summer. He also Get GOP Posts Wright introduced Bert Snyder, representative of the Santa Cruz Chamber of Commerce; Charles Spencer, representative of the Aptos Chamber of Commerce; William Winter, scoutmaster of the Soquel Boy( Scout troop. Directors Chosen Directors elected last night were: Si iq lie I A. A. Stidham, Dr. Philip Karleen. T. W. Preseott, It. F. Good. E. F. Hockenbeamer and William Finta. Mountain district Rudy Swall, J. E. Heite, Fred Curl, .1 C. Foss, J. j Harris and H. Y. Stuart, j Capitola Clayton Wright. Harry i Hooper, Harlan Kessler, A. R. Mor- Mor- gan, Don Emery and H. Bonbrcke. I Entertainment during the dinner ; wa.- wa.- provided by Warren Johnson, who sang a group of vocal solos, and Tom Preseott, who led the crowd in several songs. ' Fresno Eagles In Santa Cruz To Plan Convention Making early reservations and ar 13!tth aerie past presidt-nt: presidt-nt: presidt-nt: A. O. Wil- Wil- !.;n, 13!Mh aerie wor'hy president; Joe Dodd. worthy vice-president, vice-president, vice-president, and John A Eusii k, secretary. Congratulations i To Mr. and Mrs. Guido Cantarutli on the birth of a seven-pound seven-pound seven-pound son yesterday afternoon at 3:12 at the hospital. The child is the Worth Brown Voted GOP Assembly Head Troyer Also Elected To State-Wide State-Wide State-Wide Board Of Program-Planners; Program-Planners; Program-Planners; Resolution Hits Megladdery Case Lightly Two Santa Cruzaas, Worth A. Brown and William C. Troyer, Troyer, were honored yesterday by appointment to high offices in the state Republican assembly as the three-day three-day three-day session of some 200 GOP leaders came to a close. B-own B-own B-own was named president of the state assembly to succeed succeed Mclntyre Faries of Los Angeles, and Troyer was named state secretary. Main debates of the sessions, centering around the Megladdery Megladdery case and strong demands for a purge of "personal machine" politicians, resulted yesterday Troyer Twitted By Visitors Some Complain Sleepless Night And Off-Key Off-Key Off-Key Singing Bill Troyer, manager of the Casa del Rcy and currently secretary of the Republican assembly, assembly, was twitted by the disbanding disbanding conference yesterday on the gleeful antics allegedly sponsored Sunday night by certain certain exuberant individuals. The conference, in roaring unanimity, passed the following resolution: Whereas, appearances not withstanding, and as provided in the Bill of Rights, the glory and plea1-ii plea1-ii plea1-ii i-e i-e i-e of sleep is a paramount paramount personal issue and, Whereas, certain individuals whose identities are fairly well established, deliberately and knowingly serenaded in the black of night just la-fore la-fore la-fore dawn and, Whereas, these individuals were encouraged and abetted by a certain well-known well-known well-known local hotel manager with a pass key, Whereas, the tunes "My Wild Irish Kwc" and "U-t "U-t "U-t Me Call You Sweetheart" are really beautiful when properly rendered rendered and will never again be the Mime Therefore Be It Resolved: That a launch, preferably a leaky one, lie hired and that the individuals involved betaken out beyond the 12-mile 12-mile 12-mile limit on I! slmmy day and lie left there indefinitely for practice and rehearsal rehearsal in preparation for the 19 If) convention and that this convention assembled how its htad in reflection over the sins of a snooping hotel manager. Japs Make New Hainan Landing Tokyo, Feb. 14 (Tuesday) (Pi The admiralty announced today that Japanese marines made a new landing landing at dawn today on the south coast of Hainin Island and were ad vancing to meet the force which landed on the north coast Friday Hie reinforcements occupied several several towns apparently without opposition, opposition, the admiralty said. The announcement was made after Sir Robert Irslie Craigie, British ambassador, had visited Foreign Minister Minister Hachiro Arita and requested information on Japan's plans on the island near French Indo-Chiua Indo-Chiua Indo-Chiua and Britain's colonies at SingaKire and Hongkong. Christen Treasure Island From Sky - in a resolution which read in part; ''Whereas a person wholly unqualified was appointed to the superior court bench in Alameda Alameda county by a registered member of our party, be it resolved: resolved: That the California Re- Re- See page 2 for report of talks at Sunday lutnquet by Raymond llaight and Chester Row ell. publican assembly hereby condemns any appointment, regardless of par- par- ty, of persons to judicial position on a basis other than of ability and merit." Alameda Dissatisfied Though the resolution passed the floor with apparent unanimity, members of the Alameda county delegation who proposed the step expressed resentment that more specific specific incidents and names were not used. "I believe this investigation is not yet done." said one complaining1 member, "and it would be better to disavow completely the persons responsible responsible for the mess." Numerous complaints in this tenor tenor followed the line taken by Chester Rowell, San Francisco editor, who urged at the annual banquet Sunday night that "complete purgation" be undertaken. "Painful though it may be," said Rowell, "it is the only solution to the problem." Rowell urged that men who have never before taken on active part in politics, men of integrity, be drafted to give entirely new direction to the Republican party in California. Also passed by the session was a resolution designed to co-ordinate co-ordinate co-ordinate the various GOP groups. It was set forth that the Young Republicans might include persons up to age 35, and that the assembly take persons from the age of 30 onwards. The younger group, it was undersood, will not solicit members over 30 years of age. To Study Negro Vote The meeting also resolved to appoint appoint a committee of negroes to study and report on ways and means of se curing the return of that group of citizens to the Republican ranks! The panel of elected officers is as , follows: j W. A Brown of Santa Cruz, president; president; William C. Troyer of Santa Cruz, secretary; Dr. Walter Boyd of Long Beach, assistant secretary. The treasurer is to be elected by the board of directors. Vice-presidents Vice-presidents Vice-presidents are Rena Brewster, Hollywood; Anne Bancroft Graham, Walnut Creek; William D. Campbell, Los ! Angeles; Ed B. Jones, Simi; O. W. H. Pratt, Woodland; and William Reich- Reich- ! el. Oakland. Fred A. Wool of San Jose was named director of the sixth district.