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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 16

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 16

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TZU2DAY EVENING MtlanB OCTOBER 8, 1931 16 0 Crockett Couple End Honeymoon Trip CROCKETT, Oct. k. "'itt-'al' Cattar.eo and his bride, the furuicr Miss Anna Lucido, have taken RUSSIA TOPIC FOR FLU GEL CONFERENCE OF BUILDERS TO Native Costumes Displayed Picturesque and colorful Slavonic costumes will be featured at the annual fall festival at St. Patrick's church tonight. At left is a 200-year-old costume worn by MRS.

VINKA KRIZEVICH. MRS. DINAKA JUREVICH is wearing a costume of 1870. TRIBUNE pholo. Woodland Council Reduces Tax Rate WODLAND, Oct.

8. The Woodland city council, in special session yesterday, slashed th city tax rate IS cents to make a rate for the coming year of SI. 64. The cut was made possible by the retirement of two bond issues during the past year and by cuts in the expenses of various departments. residence in an apartment oi by Angelina Lunge MF Tl in ii i.

ii. 4 Chinese Guilty In Lottery Case BERKELEY, Oct. S. With a Jury taking only 12 minutes to find the defendant guilty on a charge of selling lottery tickets, George Chin, alleged proprietor of a former Chinese lottery In Emeryville, will appear this morning before Judge Oliver Youngs for sentence. Chin's case went to the jury without defense testimony owinp to the fact that his attorney, Leo Sullivan, was unable to appear.

Sullivan had been warned last week by Judge Youngs that no further continuances would be granted In a case which has been pending since last June. Owing to the fact that a jury had been summoned yesterday and that a series of continuances had been granted, Judge Youngs refused to recognize an affidavit sworn to by Sullivan in which he declared that he was una hie to be present. Chin was arrested In a FREE! This Beautiful 7-Piece Tea Set FRIDAY and SATURDAY ONLY 0 Dr. Felix Flugel, associate professor of economics at the University of California, will lecture tomorrow morning before the Oak land Forum on "Obser- y'i vatione in Russia In 1S31." Ho has made tsev-' eral trips to i ne: con si der- ible time in Kussia. Me is particularly a student of the life and manners of the peoples of a number of Eu-r a tries, Forum DR.

FELIX rLUOEl. leaders point out. Flugel Is said to bring back from Russia a knowledge of the people and their work under the Communist government, as well as their reactions to the Communist plan of administration. According to Dr Flugel, the young people of the country who have little knowledge of any other regime, are enthusiastic about the present government. His lecture will start at 10:30 in the Rose room of the Hotel Oakland.

THET'S JUST COLLEGIATE CRATER LAKE. Ore. Those rollege athletes employed at Crater Lake this summer are giving the resort a bad name. More than one visitor, after looking at the numerals on the athletes' sweaters, has asked why convict labor was used. 1 "i IA Bt -f m' m) It tJ thk tr or cli c4 bj Ga net So.

col net nld In: th, th dll Of H. pf Prj I'll asf Introductory Announcement DEVONNE FACE POWDER PERFUME Bring this ad and only 99c to our store and receive a regular $1.00 box of De Vonne Face Powder and a regular $2.00 bottle of Narcissus Perfume. Then we will give you absolutely FREE this beautiful 7-piete Tea Set (Limit 3 to a customer No Deliveries) OSGOOD'S DRUG STORES 12th Washington 7th Broadway lonq. district, following reum '--from their honeymoon. The coupl were married in rittsburg lat month.

Hhe bridegroom is business here. 5 Guarantee ThlN is 110I 11 nipiiiiiiiKli'NR! oril in llmmlniMr, 1ir. It my ilpntlnlry Inlln Rlvr the HnllKfiu'lInn exiiri'lril, mnlip kimmI or your iiioiipj luii-k. Positively every of i.n. till work flour In my office Is lni.

kiil my personal Kiiuriniti-c In nrltlnu. i I With my iloiililr Impression I 111 nil KUKiciiiK i' ml elioKliiu Is rivolfletl mill ir I'crli'cl rit nllsolnf ely Million! miy 1 11. Genuine tmWa All Imported jj 4 Pink i SPECIAL THIS WEEK ONLY I 1 A Cfl NO FIT I 1 WE DO AS 1MV NOPAY WE ADVERTISE we do not fO 2 Bed RAISE THE PRICE TA Our l(firillflr I'rlf Hum. ti Our Hrgtllnr I LOS ANGELES. Oct.

8. (UP) JVVlth Mn, Olive Clark Pay held for nai on a charge of contributing to the delinquency of Clarice Tauber. the preliminary hearing of William yobelmann. co-defendant with Mrs. Day, will be resumed next Tuesday before Superior Jurge Samuel Blake.

Mrs. Day was held to answer late 5 Tuesday after the Tauber girl. now the wife of Thomas Flndebo, a 1 sailor, had declared on the stand that she had been taken to a down-J town hotel by Mrs. Day and to one "Bill Martin," who posed as an artist. She identified "Martin" as a man ahe later learned was John I'.

Mills. San Diego broker. 4 Chorees aealnst Mills for an as- serted attack on the Tauber girl ft were withdrawn by the district at torney's office so that he could tes tlfy for the prosecution. Lorrin Andrews, attorney fo Sirs, Day, attacked the Tauber 5 girl's testimony on the ground that she had been in tecnmcai cusioay of the district attorney's office for five months, held In a downtown hotel and entertained at tneaters Services Held for i Hollister Residents HOLLISTER, Oct. 7.

Death has rlaimed three residents of this sec tion. Mrs. Hansine Lorensen, 81, pioneer of the Anzar district near San Juan, was buried In Salinas to- day. She Is survived by seven chil dren and 39 grandchildren. Frank Sosa, 48, prominent rancher, was laid to rest in the local Calvary cemetery.

He died suddenly Monday night. Surviving him are his widow and eight chil- dren. Romanl Tlrado, member of a well known ranching family, died Tuesday at the county hospital where he was a patient for some time. He leaves five brothers and sister. it the tuxurlou "IROQUOIS" ROUND TRIP TO Los Angeles This includes your MEALS BERTH FOUR, meal berth for TWO 1,000 milei of transportation music and dancing both evening! and no cover charge I Think of for 1 12.30! Without i topping to think AT ONCE! Berth in outside rooms and luxe staterooms slightly higher.

Over one-fourth ship's capacity at minimum fare.) SAME ASTOUNDING BARGAINS oa the 8. S. IROQUOIS Oct. 9 S.S.YALE. Oct 10 KTUIN LIMIT DAYS Ships sail from Pier 7 (S.

at 4. p. m. REGULAR FARES 1 AND SAILINGS rnr alir Jteaf Csuuleiv LOS ANGELES On one of the super-express liners "YALE" and "IROQUOIS" ig ROUND 10-day I return limit. One way li from Pier 7 (S.F.) 4 p.m.

Pndjy ind Saturday uilinai ihroufh to SAN DIEGO. Ob tha hr four tail. Img day, linan connafl with da luaa taator coarhaa al LASSCO dock, Laa Aagalaa harbor, foe Saa Oiaf o. To SAN DIBGO, round trip S2 10-day raturn limit Ob Way 16 Titktl. Mfll al na, Berth, Dtnami All acdrd in Iht Fart LASSCO tOS ANOaCS STt AMSHIS CO 4M lltb St Til.

RI sfcfata WIS Barkalay tll Cantor Straat THomw.U MM I aaasmaiiniii nif fin Mim imrawTT C. W. Walles Long Beach, Expected to Succeed to Presidency; Experts Heard BERKELEY, Oct. 8 Officers will be elected tomorrow and a convention city chosen for 1932 1y the Pacific Coast Building Officials' Conference, meeting in tenth annual session here. C.

W. Wnlles, chief building Inspector, Long Beach, and vice-president of the conference, is expected to succeed to the presidency now held by Stanley P. Koch, Berkeley building inspector. Other present officers of the conference arc: A. J.

Bird. Vancouver, B. second vice-president; David H. Merrill, Long Beach, managing secretary-treasurer; and the following members of the executive committee: P. H.

Spangenberg, Boise, Idaho; A. J. Hurley, Richmond, W. A. Curtis, Stockton, C.

B. Pickett, Coronado, R. W. Rundlett, Eugene, O. S.

Moore, Austin, W. D. Pinney, Salt Lake City; C. L. Baker, Modesto, J.

C. Largent, Albuequerque, N. M. EXPERTS HEARD. Experts in various lines of building activity and kindred subjects addressed conference members this morning followed by a material exhibit planned by the newly-organized research department of the conference.

At noon members were free to lunch where they wished, with committee work resumed in the afternoon Changes planned to strengthen the uniform building code now In effect in major cities were presented at this afternoon's session. At noon women of the convention were entertained at luncheon, and bridge at the Berkeley Women's City club. Facilities are afforded factories on San Francisco bav for manufacturing products afcheaper costs than anywhere in the United States, W. H. Lowe, vice-president and general manager of the Paraffine Companies, told delegates to the convention at luncheon yesterday at the Hotel Claremont.

The building officials and their wives were guests of the Paraffine Companies at a special luncheon followed by a tour of the Emeryville plant of the corporation. IDEAL LOCATION. Lowe, principal speaker at the luncheon, cited freight rates and other advantages which made San Francisco bay an Ideal location for manufacturing plants and as af fording Industries opportunity to turn out i h-grade products cheaper than eastern competitors. "Today," he told the delegates, "you will see for the first time linoleum being made east of Philadelphia." Sam D. North, manager of the Oakland district for the company, presided at yesterday's luncheon.

The program was opened with C. J. Lund, in charge of the shingle department, Oakland division of the company, leading with the singing of "America." Stanley P. Koch, Berkeley building inspector and president of the building conference, presented North, who introduced officials of the Paraffine Companies present at the luncheon. Tribute was paid by C.

D. Walles of Long Beach. A. H. Bird, Vancouver, B.

second vflce- presldent, seconded Walles' sentiments. OCT. 12 IS COLUMBUS DAY EXAMPLES OF LOS ANGELES I10.H Bakersfield''. 6.45 Del Monte 2.85 El Paso 27.75 Fresno 4.10 Marysville 2.60 Merced 2.90 Modesto 2.10 Monterey. 2.55 Palm Springs 12.50 And hundreds of others! raid on premises at 3726 San Pablo avenue by operatives sheriff's and district offices.

frurn the attorney's National Picture Week to Be Observed National picture week will be observed by the picture division of the Oakland free public library with displays at the main library and all branches from October 12 to 17, inclusive. Picture circluation has increased 150 per cent in three years, it is announced. With the exception of a few original and fragile prints, the library's collection of 126,222 pieces of visual material Is available for circulation on library cards. Teachers may order picture exhibits and have them sent direct to the school by truck. The Oakland free library, It Is pointed out, was one of the plcgicer American libraries to circulate pictures.

Its collection is the second largest public library collection in the state. Humorists and News Hounds Plan Battle STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Oct: 8 Accepting the challenge made by Berk Anthony, editor of the Chaparral, campus humor magazine, to carry on the annual font- ball game between the humorists and the members of the student newspaper staff, W. E. "Biff" Sullivan, leader of the scribes, today led his cohorts through a hard practlc in preparation for the game. The Chaparral boys boast a strong aggregation, which Includes such stars as "Race Horse" Wintrier and "Scar Face" De Roos.

According to the confident newspaper boys, they will repeat their last year's victory. The "game" will be piayea during tne hair-time intermission at the Minnesota-Stanford game next Saturday. 100 Women Students Greeted at Reception STANFORD UNIVERSITY, Oct. 8. More than 100 new women students at Stanford university were officially received at a reception held here today at tho campus home of Mrs.

lost, dean of women. Mrs. Robert E. Swain, wife of the president of the university assisted in greeting the newly arrived coeds. The occasion was under the auspices of Cap and Gown, senior women's honor society.

Lillian Sohuch, president of the organization spoke at the meeting. Her subject was "Stanford Womanhood." I Tickets re good on ALLTRAINS leaving FRIDAY, SATURDAY or SUNDAY OCT. 9 10, II Be back by midnight, OCTOBER 19. Go anywhere on our Pacific Lines for approximately lc a mile. ROUNDTRIPS PORTLAND $16.10 Phoenix 17.00 Redding 5.00 Reno 5.20 Salt Lake City 16.85 Sacramento 1.85 Santa Barbara 7.85 Santa Cruz Stockton 1.75 Tucson 21.00 (Minimum fare, $L00.) mm T.

ADVA OK LOW KMT I'llll KS IN il VHAHM Now is the time to have your dental work done. Pricei are lower than ever before and tho quality of my work ha never beon surpassed, I use the best materials and guarantee every piece of work that leaves this offloe. No matter what particular branch of dentistry you are in need of, it can be performed in this offioa efficiently and will cost you less. I particu. larly invite cases that have failed to get satisfaction elsewhere.

Mot I.Ointorhlblc fV' 15 Ouytnltti to be the genuine Imported Hacolite. Its beauti-T)l i01IJ I' fU' actually defies detection. This is rl.lte that beautiful pink plate that dentist, are charging high prices for. It amootha out wrinkles, plumpi hollow choeks. rvIlOWIl THIS IS THK PliATK TII4T lltM I tbia special offer today by paying a small d'eoosit down HOAGLAND Take advantage of rA ms THAT CAREFUL DENTIST 1225 BROADWAY Cor.

13th, over Owl Drug Store MIST I'HKSFAT Till An TO LEGION HEARTS SAN KHANCISCO, Oct. S. President Herbert Hoover will be renominated and elected In 1032, the opinion of United States At torney George Hatfield, who returned today from a three "weeks' Visit In the middle west during which he attended the American Legion convention at Detroit. "Following the convention I talked with hundreds of 'war veterans," Hatfield said, "and with few exceptions they are favorable to Hoover's rcnumlnutlon." Hatfield said that Hoover'a re ception by the delegates was 'splendid, and: that the President made an excellent impression on the Legion men. dPnhj 9A35 Excellent meals and accommodations included (Tourist Cabin) New electric linen erery tailing.

All built especially for this route. All outside rooms-beds not berths. Outdoor swimming pool-dancing. Spacious decki.lounge.smoking rooms. fa noma factftc foe INTMNATIONAl MIICANTILI alASINt COMPANY 687 Market St, Sen Francisco ryrltliumibiprnulrtJgt.

ill CHURCH PUBS FILL FESTIVAL The.annuul fall festival of St Patrick's Tenth and Pe-ralta streets, will be held for three evenings, beginning tonight, ac cording to Rev. Father Anthony Hullln, the pastor. Proceeds this year will go Into the parish school building fund. Special Interest Is added to the program this year with the Inclu sion of a Slavonian booth with 17 women of Slavonic antecedents In charge, all dressed In Slavonic or Dulmatlun costumes. Similarly five women of Italian pHicntago will have charge of the Italian booth.

Other features will bn the Ladles' Aid booth, Children of Mary booth. Holy Names booth and Children's booth. The committee of arrangements Includes: William J. Lenihan, John F. Nulling, William J.

Burke, George Shortt, Bernard Ferlan, Anthony Beclch, J. Fitzpatrick, Leo Rappold, Stanley Collins and Daniel James Mullins. Rodeo Church Will Give Whist Party ItoDEO, Oct. 8. Under auspices of Kt.

Patrick's church, a benefit whint party will be given tomorrow night at the Rodeo fire hall, It 1b announced. The committee In charge of arrangements Is composed of Mrs. Harry Downey and Miss Nellie McOinley. 1PUSI 5 Planet Dally to Reno, Salt Lake1 Denver. Omaha Chicago, Detroit Toledo.

Cleveland and New York Connection to many oaatarn point) 10,000,000 sines Experience Alao II pnimiar trl-motored "Par-lif bt Flyor" to Loo Ansoloa, Ron Dioao lad to Portland, Taooma, Soattla. Tlckcta Mimlrlnnl Airport Tlllnldad 1700 Leading Ilotnlai Wratarn Union Offleas BOEING SYSTEM -SufcoMUrrV UNITED A I II LINES Uti'T HIS gl'KCJAL. IMIKH tojwvb For further Information, phone LAkeside Bureau." Buy tickets at 13th and Broadway; 16th St Station 1st and Broadway 7h and Broadway; Fruitvale Station. There is rw substitute for S.S.S. 11 pMona trdcu SecureS.S.S.

from your own druggist with few exceptions druggists are ethical and conscientious, and will not offer a substitute. No medicine has the same formula as this time-tested Blood Tonic nor does any other concern gather the same roots with their own trained collectors and extract the active medicinal principles, unchanged, in their original fresh state this is the secret of S.S.S. then it no tubstitute. S.S.S. restores the appetite and builds up the red-blood-cells Thousands of people bare a low red-blood -cll coaat aa4 doa't recognize it.

CM QJwLd, 6000 LOS ANGELES and return 10.50 rlh nd MeU deluded I dm Good Only Oct. 8th to 10th iBrtajra LlaaH Eight DM) lduilni tht Smart Sptr Ship H. F. ALEXANDER" t'trf TUESpAY, THURSDAY mni SATURDAY TtcKrr err icct i 42S 13th St, OAKLAND. HI rate 2000 IIM OWils.

Aw, If WEW, naswl A. L. W'ltle. 21'J9 40th Avenui, I run an ad under "Furnished Houses to Kent" Sept. 8th.

The house was rented the next morn. 1 A in to one of the 12 families I who called. 1 40TH Ave. Modern, furnished I 5-rnQm: Enrage. Nr.

trans. 1 Kit ultvMle HSHJ. A lagging appetite ofttn Itads to on-dcrwtigbt and ill health in various manifestations. Take S.S.S. as a tonic and notict how much better you will "feci" it his effect in aiding Nature to build rcd-blood-cclls and mating an appetite for food.

Tori two things working together aid the human body in its struggle for health and vitality. Why not (tart taking S.S.S. todayf the Urger tizt is snort economical. Bodily vitality tbt arge to be ap and doing, drpeab apoa the right ber of red cell. A low red-blood -ct II coaat oftta rt-tnbitt wiclf ia more of the following tyaiptemf: aleaen.

quick fatigue, lack of aormal kmmmc eat, pimple, boils, and grneral dowa coaditioa. i oh jm 1 mm MAKES YOU FEEL LIKE YOURSELF AGAD A.

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