16 more donors needed
'LIGHT NECKLACE' AT LAKE inn HEEDS IS D10AS 110 Poles Costing $120 Each Subscribed by Citizens and Organizations. Only sixteen poles remain to be donated by citizens or organiza-lons before the "necklace of lights" around Lake Merritt is eomplete with its 126 handsome pendant light poles, according to Commissioner W. J. Bnccus today. There have been 110 poles donated already, at $120 each. Baccus asserts that intending donors should come forward quickly, bo as to expedite the work, for which the city has already appropriated the conduits and other fixtures. The 110 subscribers to poles, ach of which will have a tablet on the donated pole, are as follows: Organisations Th Heath Club Of the Osklaml fire department. th- Mutual Riist-uni iuli. the Merchant' Exchange, Oakland Pioneers. Piedmont Parlor No. 8". V I). O. W.: Piedmont Parlor No. 120, V s . W.: Oakland Fire Ilepartment Kelief rnnd Association, Oakland Women Row-tn Clnh, French Colony of Alameda lount.v. I.ker)eir Women- Club. Pioneer Women ( Oakland, Ancient Order of Foresters, roart Adiocate 7378: Brotherhood of American Teomen, Kaho'a Employees' Association, Oakland Masonic Bodiea, for John A. Ilill IHrlrht Hutchinson for T. E. Hntchin-aog, William Cavalier, Charlea A. Beards-ley, Robert M. Flticerald, F. M. Shalhie, .. . LaTenson, Calvin Orr, Mr. M. F. Umlth, H. E. Elfen for Mr. and J. F. W. p Tavinr J R Brereton. A. Tt. riflald for Louise R. Fifield. A. I. Fi- fteld for Kmilj C. Woolley. Mrs. Jerry A. Knllivaa fnr Jrrv A. StllllTan. Juno C. v..hi fnr John Cartel. Tate Rohan and 1terriee Marian Rohan. A. V. ixins for Yj.-th iMf Rmiw W. Dornin for Hat' tt H. Dortiia. race K. Barnard for Will- lam Edward and William Clark Bernard. M. I. DiKT and Georse Jamieson. Selena E. Kllia for Georpe Edward Ellis. Mr. and lira. Thomas P. Hotran, Mr. and Mrs. Sara-nel Burtchaell. Leilah Fleming Osborne, alia. John R. Fleming. Lilliah Remillard, Ha Tenice T. Cushlmj for Frank W. Cusli-Jtilt, H. B. Smith, Theodore Gier. V. 0. Law-rvnc, Harry . Miller for tieorce Miller, Julias B. and Mrs. B. Jacobs, Charles M. Wiggin for Henry W. Wipjin, W. N. Jen-kins, James H. Cobhledick for James and Issbella CohMedirk. William B. Nieholl for Hut Ann Boyd. Mrs. F. A. Knshanmer for Georgs L Nusbaumer, Mrs. M. Catherine Jund for Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kock, J. H. innh tt-a1j4 nn rir n n Hamlin, Mrs, A. E. H. Cramer for T. E. H. Cramer. Mrs. Mortimsr Smith for Judge Uortimar Smith. Mrs. A. L. Rodjrers for Joseph V. Rodeers Sr., Fred Kuhnle for Edward H. Kuhnle. Ererett J. Brown and 1 Vn;uin Tt f ParVin, Perry h. Johnson for Perry Johnson. ManaVl Coldwater, Frederick Senlberger for Jullns fMnlberrer, Kcttie E. Kraft. Daniel F. O'Oonnell, Mrs. Austin C. Ricbsrds for Aus-tia C. Richards,' Kenneth A. Millican for ar-MMtfc Vnmtn Willicsn R Jacksfin. Miss Gertrnda Williams for Caleb Otis Williams and Margaret Arthur Williams. Dr. M. M. Enoa, Mrs. C. Jorgensen for Angela Jor-arensea, Mrs. C. H. Flick for George Washington Flick, C. H. Thaler for Lisette Thaler, Mrs. Jshn E. Miller for John E. Miller, Mr. O. O. Rchroeder for Lucinda E. Bisani and William F. 8chroeder. U. M. Witch, Lloy Veitcb, E. L Veitch and William Knowlet for W. T. Veitch, Mrs. Id. A. Bradiey for William Thome Bradley, Arthur H. Brown for Arthur H. Brown. I'harlea J. Beeseman, William Mann for W. Herbert Mann, Walter H. Leimert Sr. for Walter H. Leimert Jr., Wm. B. Kieholl for John Kicboll, William J. Baccus. Mrs. Wallace U. Alexander for Samuel Thomas Alexander, Martha Cook Alexander and Mary Jane Alexander, Mrs. Wallace M. Alexander for Timothy Leonard Barker. Mary Simpson Barker and Henrieeta Clay Slmpsoa. Mr. Annie Saroi and Mrs. B. C. Lewis, KatbeiiM V. Klinkner for Charles Alexander Klinkner, Mrs. Joseph Con for Irrigation Means To Be Demoncirated HAYWARD, June 16. Although considerable late rain fell ::i southern Alameda county, agri ulturists and horticulturists are advised to keep close watch on their noil for necessary irrigation, according to attaches of the focal farm adviser's office. While the rain proved sufficient in many districts, it was-inadequate to the needs of the soil in some spots, particularly where late fruit end vegetable crops are grown, it is explained. As a means of instructing, farmers and orchardists in the correct methods of irrigation two demonstrations will be given by J. B. Brown, irrigation specialist of the University of California agricultural extension service, on June 29 and 30. Hay ward Doctors Map Health Aid HAYWARD. June 16. Close cooperation of local physicians, health center and school officials to reduce communicable diseases to a minimum in the schools during the fall semes ;r is being pro vided for here, announced Miss Alice Whitton, health nurse. The campaign will comprise the close check of pupils and any outbreak of the diseases, and the application of the most inclusive follow-up methods, Miss Whitton says. Virtually all physicians of the city will act in an advisory capacity and will attend scheduled meetings for discussion of conditions and advising of the nurses. Oakland Motorists Fined in Hayward HAYWARD. June 16. Charles Jensen, 3015 East Nineteenth street, was fined $50 for reckless driving when he pleaded guilty to the charge before Judge Jacob Harder. He was allowed the alternative of 25 days in the county jail. John Williams of Hayward was fined $10 for speeding. 9 . Lions Den Will Be Guests for Picnic HAYWARD, June 16. Peter Verzic, local baker, member of the Lions' Club, will be host to the remaining members of the club and friends, at a barbecue and jollification tomorrow noon, in lieu of the usual weekly luncheon and meeting at the Pergola. The barbecue will take place at Verzic's ranch in Crow canyon. MERCHANT IX CRASH. HAYWARD. June 16. Samuel Simons, local business man and member of the city council, Is recovering from shock and slight injuries received when his automobile crashed into the rear of a heavy truck on Castro street. Daniel and Margaret Gillian. John R. Fleming for Captain John R. Fleming. Charlea D. Bates Jr. for Charles D. Bates Sr., William Jursens, Priscilla M. Dunn, A. Yander Naillen for Albert and Victoria Vander Kaillen. A. H. llioban for Mrs. Henries Iliohan-Tannock. Merritt hospital ataft for Dr. Samuel Merritt, Mrs. Annie J. Crellin for Stanley and Thomas Crellin, Mrs. Msry F. C. Dellitt for Aagust F. and Mary F. C. Dellit, Miss Jennie Gregory. Josephine and Elixa J. Hyde for Isaac Hyde.