Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 17, 1931 · Page 5
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D FRIDAY EVENING OafelanD Crtfjune 51 APRIL 17, 1931 Milk Inspector Qites Three Dairies y6wners of three dairies '"which supply milk to Oakland were cited today by City Milk- Inspector R. L. Griffith to appear before him Saturday to show cause why. their Oakland milk-selling permits should Yiot be revoked. It is alleged t ha t ttrerr- tyHHc- itas-tess -than- t h-e by iap. an fWliitt wm s Advertisement Pages 232425 RE 3th at Clay EigHt Living Room pieces Here is what you get in this Peak Value Offer A pair of Velour" Drapes, ready made, 2J4 yards long; choice of. 9x12 or 8:xl0 Fringed Velvet Rug; a beautiful velour covered Sofa with spring filled cushions; your choice of-a plain of tufted back Ckair; a Lamp and Shade; an Occasional Chair; End Table and a pair- of Book Ends. ' Bedroom Outfit The Entire 7 Pieces Here is a bedroom offer worth coming to see, so exceptional u il in its savintts, so good looking and so sturdily built. The finishes are in blended Ibnes of hand decoialed enamel. Any of the piece may be bought separately. if,desired. A bi feature offer in the Redlick value demonstrations, this month: """' ' ' 7-Piece $1.00 a week Here is a suite that represents more value for the money man you could possibly imagin. It t composed of a combination walnut extension table and -six tapestry seal chairs let match. Thb - is another one of the high poU of the April value demonstrations. V. F.Wi Auxiliary Entertains Officials "RICHMOND, April 17. Mra. Laura Schertle, department president, and Mrs. Roxey Hurley, department inspectors, were visitors last nifrht at a meeting of Honor anxiliarv. Veterans of Foreign War; 11 Memorial hall. - A. hajiqueLj. was hetd.and the work of the chap ter was inspected by the officers. one d as illuitrated jf Dining Room Outfit ill T LEADER COMING Under the auspices. of lhe United German-American societies of the Eastbay, a reception will be held In Oakland on Sunday, April 58, for Mrs. Marie B. MacDonald of New Tork, director of physical education for the American Tur-ITer.Buna-a'nd-eallorroT TSteTiDtm" News. .. ' -" t Mrs. MacDonald Is now touring, the country in the interests of'the American Tm.ier Bund, explaining the ideals of that organization, which revolve 'around a system of physical training. Her program for the day in Oakland Includes an address to high school students. Boy Scouts -and Camp Fire Uirls of the Eastbay in the afternoon at Aahmes Temple, Thirteenth and Harriscn streets, and a bari)uetIn her honor at 6 p. m. At ? o'clock also In Aahmes Temple, Mrs; MacDonald will address a gathering of members of the German-American societies and all who are interested In the work -of the TurnerBund. Her speech will be followed by a musical program by German sing-ing societies. Both afternoon and evening meetings will be open to the piibllc without charge. The Onkland committee in hargo of the program is eom-iosed of M. Ij. -Weiss. I. Korn, l' 'ropnig" and M, N. Schneider, S. F. Italian Leader Home From Old Land SAN FRANCISCO. April 17. M. L. Perasso, former president of Sah Francisco's Italian Chamber of Commerce and, manager of "the North Beach branch of the Bank of America, has returned to the City after a year's absence in Italy, He credits Mussalini with giving,, to Italy a prosperity not shared by other European nations. "7 Pieces 1 Bed 2 Dresser ... or Vanity 3 -Chiffonier 4 Coil Spring 5 Mattresa . 6 Braided . Rug 7 Pr. Ruffled Curtain 169-50 BUND Red Ant Found To Be Fighter Of Forest Fire Add to tne list of forest firefighters the little red ant. Few people - love -the-- red - ant. He gets Into the salad and sandwiches- of picnickers, and isn't above. taking a nip of human flesh if he doesn't fine the sandwiches. But now U. S. forest service scientists have found that the red ant -is an effective . fire fighting machine in 'miniature, carrying his own fire extinguisher right along with Him in t'heshape"of"formic acid. Ants secret formic acid, and formic acid is the best little fire extinguisher known to science. Experimenters dropped lighted matches near ant hills and watched the result. At first, utter, panic seized the red hordes. They charged madly Into the hill, grabbed eggs in their manibles,. and raced" away with them, ignoring the fire in their determination to save their embryo young. Later, however, the ants formed themselves into brigades, advancing in a solid line on the fire, and discharging their secretions of formic acid at the common enemy. After some thousands of ants had thus sprayed the fire caused by the match, 'it was , blanketed completely by the fumes from the formic acid, the scientists reported. BERKELEY, April 17. Honors iur ir. j. a. iraomer; iuscn, Berkeley aviation enthusiast whose home, the "Hangar;" la the gathering place for pilots from all over the world, came today from a group of men prominent In Amerl can aeronautics. From the American Legion, de partment of California. Mother "distinguished service," the only wuiuuii itver 10 receive sucn an nonor. ine aocument is signed by (Jnvprnni- .Tnma nAlnh 1 r! erul William Mitchell, wartime air service commander; Eddie Rlcken-backer, world war ace; Admiral viuiura a, niorreit, ana ueneral J 13. Keshet. navy and armv air com. mahders respectively; Orvllle Wright, "father of aviation;" Hiram Bingham, president of the American Aeronautical association; John A. Macrendy. altitude record holder; Frank M. Hawks, long distance speed pilot. Ernie Smith and Art Cloebel of Dole flight fame: V .,..., ku, II1BI1UC1 VI lilt! California Legion group, and Rear Atiinirui rvicnara r.,, riyra. The legion certificate bears on1 Its face a tiny replica of Col. Charles A. Lindbergh's plune, "The Hplrlt of St. Louis," which wag stamped out fin in n hlf tit nni.n.. i oil lines of that plane. Mrs. Tusch will be guest of honor at the Modesto air show to be held tomorrow Crockett Couple Honored By Friends CROCKETT Anrll 1 1 ll - iiuuoTuvm niing in ineir Crockett Heights home, Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Jacobs were honored by friends recently. An electric clock was rtrcuLcu iy Litem., mose present included-Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Carlson, .Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bayslnger. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lynch, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Zuppan. Mr. and Mrs. H. K. Weatherbee. Mr. and Mrs. M. R. Herpn, Captain and Mrs. R. K. IJabel. Mr. art Mrs. H. Kohler, Mrs. Carroll, Mrs. Elizabeth Ferche, Mrs. Frances Benv Mrs, "Margaret O'Connell and Mrs, g; J. Owens, Repairs Needed orj Alhambra High MARTINEZ, April 17. It will be necessary to expend 120,000 In the near future to place the Alhambra union high school here In first class condition, according to an estimate submitted to"Clerk Rex L. Boyer of jthe school board by Archr ltet t W. H. Weeks of Oakland. . The tennis courts now being constructed at the Junior high school should be ready by May 15, Trustee Frank Coats stated today. Grading crews have .been at work for several weeks putting tho grounds in shape. - Runaway Boy Is' Found Under House REDWOOD CITY, April 17. Takayoshl Kawashlma, 13, of Belmont .today had his first, meal since Monday, after being; found hiding under a vacant houne on El Camlno Real by Police Chief Irwin Hansen of Belmont. He told Chief Hansen that he had feared a reprimand from him parents and had taken refuge under the house. The parents are engaged in flower raising near Belmont. The lad had nothing to eat since Monday, he told Hansen, and had been living on water alone. - - Final Riteltleld For Antioch Man ANTIOCH, April IT. Final rites were observed today for James RrennAn lift -titt AiA In - aAM Francisco hnnnititl nn TnAatav in terment at Holy Cross cemetery followed services at Holy Rosary church, which were conducted by Fnthei- Albert Afiillr Af am K, the Eagles lodge, of which the deceased wag a member, attended in a body. A native of Ireland, Bren- nan leaves no known relatives Arrangements for the funeral were made by H. O. Preston. Chun, Gee 2 Sides Of Love Triangle RENO, Nev. Reno police offi cials have been asked to settle a Chinese love triangle by persuad ing Ruth Chun, wife of Tom Chun, to forgetA roert Oee. '. with whom Chun says his wife la infatuated, and return to her husband. Gee and Chun fought over Mrs. Chun in San Francisco, after Chun came from Hawalfa. to regain his wife. She told officers, however, that she desires to obtain a Reno divorce, then marry Gee. Pittsburg Woman Hostess to Club PITTPBURQ. April 17. Mrs. J. L. Wheeler, was hostess to members of the Entrenous club at the regular weekly session of that group. .Cards were played and refreshment served at thee lose of the evening. Among those present were: Miss Emma Linscheld. Mine Alice Baker, Mrs. W, W. Hood. Mr. Katherlne Knight, Mrs. Frank West, Mrs. C. C. Champlin and Mies Dorothy j Bailey. I FLIERS HDNDR MOTHER TUSCH HOLE BUST 20-30 CLUBS INI INJURES UN JOINT IETII SAXTBRUNO,April :"17.--Mrs. Irma Longwell is In a critical condition In a San Mateo hospital, suffering from burns and shock, received when exploding gasoline blew her through the panels of a door at her home yesterday. She is expected to recover. "MfsT'LonrwH was-cleanlrg. window curtains with gasoline, work ing on an enclosed porch at the rear of the house. A spark from an electric wringer is believed to have ignited fumes from the gasoline. - ' , ' The explosion wrecked the Interior of the porclr, hurling Mrs. Longwell through "the panels of the door, her clothes ablaze wjh gasoline. S. L. Longwell. her husband, smothered the flames and summoned the fire department and an ambulance, Hi was burned on the hands and face. Damage of about $200 was don to the house before the firemen got the blaze under control. Community Church Elects 3 Trustees RODEO, April 17. Three trus- toon ti'flra ' f-tntpr! tn tllA RodeO Community chureli board at the annual meeting, accoruing to uie Rev. R. N. Powers, pastor. They are K-T. McMillan, James Brockle- hurt and Mra Minnie uiesen, McMillan is a new member of the hftorri ufKIIa Urnnklnhlll'ftt and 1 r A Olesen were re-elected. They will serve three-year terms. Ftnaholal conditions or tne cnurcn are en couraging. It was reported. A supper was served by the women of tne congregation preceding ins business session. N I N E Quantity las mil Root norm but EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS ,-RIGHM:vDArtf.iU meeting ot the Richmond and Martinez Twenty-Thirty clubs was" held last night at the Hotcl Car-quinez. . Representatives of several clubs of district No. 2,, including organizations n Oakland, Berkeley and Hywardwere.jiret atthe session. The genera! sejgioii. waa pfei: ceded by a baliquet given by the Richmond club. ' Following the banquet a general discussion of methods "and plans for future work of the clubs was held. Closer relationship between clubs In neighboring cities was also discussed. Community singing by the group, and a number of solos by members was Included on the entertalnmenf program. Leonard Holllday, club director of music, was" in charge of the entertainment Plans to attend the annual Twenty-Thirty club convention to be held soon at Long Beach were also outlined by the clubs; Walter E. Borchers, president of the Richmond unit, presided at the meeting." SHIRTS REPAIRED Collars and neckbands changed Sleaks shortened , Cuffs turned R.EPAIR DEPT. BARNES WRIGHT ST O HE B JSdever before have you seen a Titos. Heath 4-piece huslness and go 1 f suit under $ 5 0, these , . . and wtfve just 400 of them! And they're even finer suits than we could get last year at $50 . , . A strong statement, but we'll stand by every word of it... Slip one on and you'll know you never bought a suit like this under $50... An up-tp-ihc-moincnt business suit, with matching knickers for golf, motoring, loafing . . . De luxe lined, in sturdy homespuns, flannels, cheviots, Shetland weaves . . . Never lias $38.50 bought so much hand work, personal supervision -and everlasting fussing with details. Broadway at Fifteenth, Oakland Shattuck at tJniver.ity, Berkeley iG OLDEN Broadway at 16th Basement Store It's hard to . . . these COATS " are only We, ourselves, were amazed at the style and value " of this group of Coats. You can be smart and still be t h r i f t y. You'll find twice as much coat worth for your dollar than you've ever, seen "before; U Y I N G new ones are 50 OF THO? II HAT II L GATE N believe j if 11 I l I It P O W E n

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