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Exclusive; VAssocwlcd Oakland's Onlv Locally Owned Locally Controlled Daily Paper 'rcss- ocr vice i urn SHOULDER TBWlINf UnitecfPr, ComoViJokJ Ptvs Association VOL. CXVI- OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, FRIDAY EVENING, MARCH 11. 1932 45 NO. 71 Hair -Cut Fight BERK ELEY TO Films Flashed In Damage Suit Puts-Officer' 'On the Carpet9 Kaiaea ana 1 nree Arresiea HEARING AD Collector Given Six MonthsTJa.il SAN FRANCISCO, 11. Lawrence Engle, 35, former collector for the Lawrence Warehouse company, must spend six month In the county jail on two charges of petty was sentenced, by Municipal Judge.
Georgs J. tefger. He' Pleaded' iruilty to charge of having retained money he collected for the company. IS BELIEVED SEA SUICIDE GET JUNIOR OF C. MEET Unbecoming Conduct Charged to Policeman After Row in Neighborhood Barber Shop SAX FRANCISCO.
March 11. A federal raid on a counterfeiting plant at 'fi2S-f Webster street, Palo Alto, came1 today as the aftermath of the. arre'sTof three aMegefl coun-terfefters, one a woman, arrested in Santa Crux yesterday. Held by federal authorities sre Herbert A. Wheeler, alias Matson, Helen Knders, and Arthur II.
Lane. In the apartment guarded by a poljce dog. were found moulds and other equipment designed for the manufacture pf 'silver'1 dollars and half dollars, officers Said. An argument over the way his son's hair had been cut today re- erman D. Cooper Missing Congressman Albert K.
Caller has requested the merchant marine committee to hold a hearingMarch 28 on his bill hich would give to pacific coast shipyards a different! 1 on Interest, enahlinp-them to compete in ship construction, according to a dispatch received today from Washington. The differential would apply to the construction of matl carrying vessels under the Jones-White law. Governor Bolph Jr. ami several shipbuilders have Indicated a desire to be heard if the committee grants the hearing. Annual Session of State Organization Scheduled May 21-22 at Claremont From Steamer Yale After Booking as J.
A. Brown' Motion pictures secretly taken of C. L. Hull, plumber, were flashed on a screen In the court of Superior Jndge a. Bobinson today in surprise move by defense attorneys In Hull's damage suit against S.
S. and Ai D. Grahstein, for injuries received in an automobile collision. Hull asks a total of $28. 280.
To, claiming a vertebrae in his spine was injured in such a manner that he can no longer work" at his trade. He appeared in rourt with his head tilted on one side and stated he cannot hold it erect bcca-Hse-of 1iis injury. Defense attorneys exhibited a motion picture, which they said was taken of Hull on his Walnut Creek ranch month ago, showing him with head erect performing hard manual labor. The reel was shown twice, the -second time in slow motion, while attorneys argued. The accident occurred April 14, at Bussell street and liare-niont avenue, Berkeley, when Hull's car was In collision with one owned by A.
D. and driven by S. 8. Grahstein. Mliinin -Grahstein, a passenger In the Grahstein car, is suing Hull for $15,750 BROADWAY AT 20TH, OAKLAND RANLEIGH COLLEGE SHOP SAX FRAXCIPCO, March 11.
suited In charges or ronduct unbecoming an officer being made against George Morrison, SfUO road, patrolman attack to the northern police division. Complaint of Morrison's conduct was made to Chief of Police Drew by John Goodwin, proprietor of a barber shop at 344.1 Krnitvale avenue. Goodwin told police htat he had just finished cutting tin; hair of Morrison's son last night wheu the pnlbe officer walked in. Morrison didn't like the way his son's Iviir hail been rut and began iiuarrel-Ing. Goiulwhi f.iid.
In the argument that followed. Morrison struck him, Goodwin charged. Goodwin called police to his shop and Motorcycle Officers 15. Kchultx and I. B.
Warren who responded, found the two still iiuar-reling when they arrived. Asked whether he wanted Morrison arrested on a battery rharse, Goodwin said he did not. Today, however, Goodwin filed 'a complaint with Chief Drew, who ordered an Immediate investigation of the Hank ini.ii:i:x Anr. v.u.K.vrixi's HlCKOllV FLAT, Miss. Kadi of the three sons of Mr.
and Mis. tl. Frank Day was horn on Valentine day. Caii Day, 117, was born on February. 14,.
1 Claude was Believed by police to have jumped Into the sea from the steamer Vale. Sherman D. Cooper, 66, a solicitor. 623 Dolores ptreet, was reported missing today by his daughter, Mrs. K.
E. Wilder, of 29A Itillsard street. Berkeley. A hat, overcoat and bag found In stateroom aboard the I.os An-cries bound liner at Wilminerton. were identified by Amos P.
Cooper of Los Anseles, whose name and address were found papers In the bac, as the property of his missincr father. Mystery was added to the disappearance, however, when team-ship officials' said the passenger who had engaged the stateroom in RRBKKLKV, March 11. Berkeley has been chosen as the 1932 convention cily of the California Slate Junior Chamber of Commerce. The annual meeting of the state organization Is announced for May 21 and 22 nt the Hotel Claremont. official word of the selection of Berkeley as the meeting place coming yesterday to Louis Merrill, president of the local junior her, from Holand Maxwell, state president.
Representative of 2(1 junior chambers of commerce are expected to attend the meeting. Tentative plans call for business sessions lie first day of the convention, with a banquet and special entertainment features In the evening. The second day of the session will be given over to sight-seeing ami a tour of the East bay district, which Is being arranged by a spe A Brim and A Bmv and A OJ Yam That's Rosalie's Own born on Valentine doy five years later, and the third; Marvin, was horn on February 14, Hiii'i. For jolly lift lo seafarers dark blue wool flannel charges. which the articles were left, had registered as A.
Brown. Mrs, Wilder said her father had ID booked passage on the Yale last Friday, after telling his employer cial committee appointed by "President Merrill of the Berkeley junior chamber. W. F. J.
Weiss, 2942 Hillesas ave SENT II JAIL nue, Berkeley, that he planned to 00 The Youngest, Niftiest Hat A Thrifty Miss Could Want In 12 Different Colors and J5 Different Combinations take a week-end trip, Weiss reported that Cooper's ne-rounts were all In order, the reason for his disappearance remaining a mystery to his relatives and friends. The bed in the stateroom believed to have been envaiied by Cooper under the n.une of Brown, was umlisl urbeil. Sleiinislilp officials pointed out that It would not be exlrenifly difficult for person Intending to commit suicide to Jump overboard unobserved. BIRKKr.KV, March 11. Attendance at the Berkeley police traffic school didn't teach George ISreclicnrldge, 20, of 2425 Twenty-fifth avenue.
Oakland, the folly of speeding. So today, because he didn't have money to pay- a $2(1 fine, In- goes to jail for four days. Council Votes to Pay for Damages On advice of the city attorney, the city council Inst night voted to pay $1375 as partial damage compensation to Klennor linger, aged 18, "been use of an accident. On July 1930, a deep cut was made along upper Moragn road by the F.nst Bay Municipal I'lility district for the laying of pipes. The city of Oakland agreed that this should he done on the For Town tv: Country Wear Bank Presidents Get Prison Terms AM I 11.
f) Adolph Linden and K. W. Camp- bell, former presidents of the de funct Buffet Sound Savings nlid loan association here, today were sentenced to five to fifteen years In the penitentiary upon conviction of about Wednesday. William D. Comer, street.
It was chPlmed, however, that (he cut mado the roadway so narrow that two automobiles could not pass each other. Miss linger. In an automobile, was brushed off the road by another machine, sustaining serious Injuries, Suit was filed for damages against the city and the utility district -but City Attorney C. Stanley Wood said that the case could be compromised for a total of $2750, of which the city mtght pay half. I advised that this be done.
The council passed to print an ordinance appropriating $1375 for this purpose. Woman Injured in Collision in S. F. SAX KnA.VClSe-n, March 11. Aj2 automobile' drlvin by J.
II. jfrnovan. vice president of the pacific Telrphone and Telegraph company, labt night was involved In a collision in which Mrs. Vivian Toohey, 1 8 1 Sixteenth avenue, Buffered cuts and bruit rs. Corco-ran's ear, according to police, collided with an automobile driven by John Bettencourt, 1 874 Seventeenth avenue, at.
Seventeenth and Church streets. Mrs. Toohey. a pas-isanper with Bettencourt, was In-" jured in the collision. another former president of the association, convicted of publishing a now.
low MSoos price! It's Rosalie Ranleigh's first choice a honey of a hat if ever there was one. Rosalie's decided on several with turned down brims for her golf togs and country club costumes while she chooses the ones that turn up perkily in the back in various colors for days in town. There's not much to it just a bit of wool to be pulled any old way but, oh, so smart a false financial report, was fined tjtuKt and given a suspended prison sentence. Wallace L. Nicely, state super visor of savings ami loair associa tions, was convicted several days ago of charges In connection with lie failure of the Institution.
He Accused Man Faces is awaiting sentcm e. Fact is, we've never sold them for anyvere near this price They're tailored as can be in regulation style, with middy top and long sailor trousers trimmed with white braid, insignia 'n everything. Sizes 3-10. Official Outfitter to the Boy Scouts of America -r- Third Death Charge SAX RAFAEL, March 11. For HankWerner the third time, a complaint charging murder wns" filed today against If Thomas Bergeron, 6 2, by District Attorney Henry Greer.
OAKLAND SHOP The new complaint results from a dispute between Greer and Justice of the Pence Herbert do hi I960 Broadway at 20th Montnnya over whether Bergeron should be nccused of murder or manslaughter In connection with the death of Karl Allen last De 1 M. cember. The justice twice reduced orig I.MAGNINScCU. 6 WAY AT 20TH. OAKLAND inal murder complaints to man Broadway at Fifteenth Shattuck at University and at all Roos stores slaughter.
ses Standard yS? CJphno 1932 new oioerec Qs4 Special Purchase Sale of Brand, New Coats For Children (For 4 Days Only) prices on Javoritefasfs I.MflGNIN&Ca GRANT AVENUE- AT GEARY. BROADWAY AT gOTH, OAKLAND Rosalie Ranleigh Chooses Coats That. Look Almost Like Dresses Stores of outstanding I. Miller Spring styles A Marvelous PreEaster Offering All Exquisitely Fine at Remarkable Savings Tlx i it li -2 to 6 Tears- And She Knows That We Have Endless Arrays (Prices Will Return to Regular After This Emit) (For Boys and Girls) 1 00 111 oo 50 35 29 to wen iV ffZh ReS--00 Values 'JtSr Finesse The latest descendant of Werner's famous "Aristocrat" family Reg. 18.50 Values ofo, on startling price! fj II pr.
Rosalie knows her coat fashions all right. (Watch her and you'll learn what's new!) Right now it's squared shoulders, intricate scarfs that tie in perky bows, noisy buttons, high necklines and Rosalie knows how to wear 'em, too. Tweeds, semi-dress coats, in black, navy and bright colors. Sizes 12 to 18 Discriminating mothers will revel in these good values, the good styles, and good quality materi' als. Included in the 10.00 group are the classic style navy coats with linen sail' or collars.favored by many mothers.
Chniot Tweeds Baset UVdtfj 1 Bright Color Tailored fylief Lacey topped Sheer Chiffon in six of the newest Spring Shades All the niceties of detail, beautifully fitting and very flittering with their shapely inkles and slender heels. All silk from top to toe, clear, sheer and fine, cradle foot and French Tiftls. jRanleigh College Shop. Floor.
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