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WEDNESDAY EVENING Ctifjunc APRIL 13, 1932 REMEMBERING FORMER HOME won Entries Received For Flower Show HEALDSBURG, April IS. En flower show to be held In the Am erican Legion building here SatJ-urday, auspices of the; Healdsburg Garden club, accord' ing to Mrs." Fred Young, of the club. Mrs. F. E.
Sohler Is-: general chairman. OFFICER SUED FOR BEATING ivii nn all tries are being received from all parts of Sonoma county for the Inquest Set for Merchant of Biggs BIGGS, April An' Inquest will be held here today lnto the death of H. S. Brink 72, prominent Biggs merchant, who is declared to have committed suicide Monday by placing a pistol in his mouth and pulling the trigger. Mrs.
R. Boyd, his housekeeper, saw Brink go up to his room with small bundle and then heard the muffled revolver shot. She ran to his room and found him sitting in a chair, dying. PARTY-PI ANS George Morrison, Oakland police C. CAPWELL'SE officer recently returned to duty by -W the Civil Service commission after being discharged for allegedly beating a citizen, was today named defendant In a $2557.50 damage it Catholic Ladies Aid Society And Rock Ridge Club to Hold Own Celebrations suit filed by John Goodwin, of the alleged attack.
The complaint filed by Goodwin states that on March 10 at a barber H. C. CAPWELL'S shop at 3443 Fruitvale avenue operated by Goodwin that Morrison attacked and beat him so severely that he suffered Injury, to his Jaw '3c- two teeth became chipped, and hi. neck became eore and hearing Im paired. He states that services of a physician cost him $57.50 and, asks SSfc tor additional damages of jzbuu.
Victim of Accident Dies at Oroville BIDWELL BAR, April 1J. Cecil Miller. 37, accidentally shot In the abdomen when he threw his rifle to the ground in a fit of anger javrT jwMEsif. 4 while' hunting rabbits, died of the Keporrs or plans ror maiviauai "celebrations of Oakland's eightieth anniversary continued to flood the orflce of Harry G. Williams, city auditor and chalrm; of the plans committee for the celebration.
One of the most Imposing programs planned Is being conducted by the Catholic Ladles' Aid society. Branch 28. which will convene May at the Sacred Heart church, Fortieth and Grove streets. Pioneer costumes will be worn by the guests, a song service featuring old time melodies will be conducted, famous recitations ivlll be read, and a speaker" will tlttf-0k-land's history. Pioneer dlhes wilj be served at luncheon time.
The same night the Rock Ridge Woman's club will convene at 5682 Keith avenue, and devote Its entire program In commemoration 'of Oakland's eightieth birthday. Mrs. Robert Holt has been appointed -hairman of the program committee and Hazel Snell Schrelber, recording secretary, will read a poem which she has written for the occasion. The Security Benefit association will convene during the anniversary week at Porter hall. Nineteenth and Grove streets, and Is planning to observe the wound in an Oroville hospital.
A former service man and resident of Oakland, Miller came to Oroville five months ago to mine at Bldwell Bar. a 18rftai4v v. i if Miss Elsie Pierce Lecturer and Writer will tell you "How to be Beautiful" Thursday and Friday 2:00 p.m. Vanity Shop Second Floor Mrs. Herbert L.
Adams, 2632 Lincoln avenue, Alameda, and her husband became homesick for their native New England hillj to they had the huge scene shown here, painted on the, rear wall and loggia of their Alameda residence. The work it a faithful reproduction of Vt, including -the former home of ex-president Calvin Coolidge and his' father's store. TRIBUNE photo. "La Rosa9 a beautiful China Dinner Service i i for i 2 Persons riCl HEALTH Huge Mural of Old Town Painted on Alameda Home Williams, who Is vice-chairman tif the mayor's committee appointed to plan the week's events, issued in appeal today for the names and addresses of all persons who have lived In Oakland for 60 years or more. "Wllk all nt thesa otntia anitncl- CUSS MEN H9.50 ALAMEDA, April 13.
Home sick for the green hills of New England, Mr. and Mrs. Herbert L. Adams, 2632 Lincoln avenue, brought the hills to their Alameda Classes in the new health edu cation course at the T. W.
C. A. A vivid floral pattern in a conventional setting, enriched 1515 Webster street, will open next home. with lacy designs in coin gold. The set includes: Monday under the direction of Mrs, Not only the hills but an entire Irma Wagner Breakfield, health village are portrayed on the rear of ex-President Calvin Coolidge and the country store of his father, where the then vice-president, early one morning took the presidential oath.
The work wasycopled by Mrs. Lnpaz from a full page photograph of the Coolidge home which appeared In a Coolidge magazine article. Mr. and Mrs. Adams came to Alameda six yeans ago from Worcester, rfhere they had made their home for years.
Mrs. Lopaz did much of the scenic decorations at the San Francisco exposition In 1916. education director. wall of the house and loggia in a Reducing classes will be held Monday and Thursday mornings at 10 o'clock, and Tuesday and Friday scene painted by Mrs. Elizabeth Lopaz, famous California scenic painter and decorative artist.
It is seven feet high and eighteen feet long, 1 10-inch dish 1 14-inch dish 1 baker 1 aauce boat 1 casserole 1 creamer 12 8 Vi -inch plates 12 6 'i -inch plates 12 5 'i -inch plates 12 coupe soups 12 fruits 12 cups and saucers nights at 7 o'clock. Health building and keep-fit Included In the painted village of classes will be held on Monday and Plymouth, is the family home Thursday at 6 p. Wednesdays at 8 p. m. and Tuesday and Frl davs at 10 i.
m. H. C. Capwdl't Houseware Third Floor Brothers Try to Besides offering gymnasium atlons and organizations calling on us for pioneer speakers or pioneer honored guests at their special programs. It is vital that we know the personnel of those to whom we are doing honor May 1 8," he said.
"Many of therj old-timers belong to the Pioneers' association but scores of others are not affiliated with that club and we have no means of paying ov respects to them. General Chairman William Nat Friend and I realize that this eightieth anniversary Is a pub-lie tribute to the men and women who founded and built this great city. We know many of them but others have not come to our attention, therefore let me urge that tny man or woman who has lived here for a half century or more send his or her name to my office this week." Activities of the week will culminate In a civic celebration to be held in the Oakland Auditorium theater on the night of May 4, and the general committee Is hard at work completing plans for a pageant, music and speakers for that occasion. Service clubs, Improvement fraternal orders, churches and similar groups are CONGRESS PLAYING CARDS Now at a POPULAR PRICE Thefr superior quality and their beauty of design and package remain See the latest designs at your dealer's. classes, the.association includes In Clear Each Other SANTA ROSA, April 18.
Al We're on the Air KTAB Daily (Except Sunday) 11:00 to 11:30 A. M. Introducing Albert Durande French Toiletries Only at H. C. Capwell's in the Eastbay will you find these preparations, the result of Monsieur Durance's thirty years' experience as a skin specialist in Europe.
Partial List of Durande Preparations Cleansing $1.00 Cleansing Lotion 1.00 Skin 1.00 skinfood 1.00 Wrinkle 1.00 Sun Tan 1.00 Astringent 1.00 Blackhead Lotion. 1.00 Antiseptic Cream. 1.00 H. C. Capwell's, Vanity Shop, Second Floor structlon in swimming, natural, ballroom and tap dancing, basket ball and tennis In Its spring health MAN PROTESTS WEED.
A protest against the "quality and quantity" of weeds In the street and. sidewalk areas at Arlington and Adeline streets was filed "With the city clerk today by H. J. McFarland, 6760 Adeline street, who suggested that unemployed men might be hired by the city to keep down the weeds in many parts of the city. The matter was referred (to the city term.
though each sought to clear the other of any complicity in the case, Segal Upton, 29, and his brother, Lloyd, 83, of Windsor, were held More than 700 girls and women took the course last term, and more than 00 are expected this to- answer to the superior court here yesterday for holding up Mrs. season, according to Mrs. Break' field. Angelo Fannucchl In her store at Woolsey; The pair obtained only Maitland Drive a small quantity of tobacco, yet, because Segal used a revolver In the robbery, the pair face sentences Widening to Start of from five years to life. Segal Upton, during the prelimi nary examination In the Justice Shampoo and rn Finger Wave UUU Willi 15-Mlnuto Drying Adeline Beauty Shop 1129 Broadway The U.S.
Playing Card Co. Cinclnnstl.Ohlo court here, declared he alone committed the robbery while his brother, unaware of what was being asxea to arrange special programs during the week In commemoration of the eightieth year since Oakland was Incorporated as a town on May 4, 1852. ALAMEDA, April 11. Widening of Maitland drive and the highway at the north end of the Bay Farm inland bridge and re-Burlacing of the three tennis courts In Washington park will be started next Monday, It was announced today by City Manager Nell B. Picrson.
The highway Improvements are expected to speed traffic between the shopping districts and the Bay going on, waited outside in a car. The brother testified similarly. Farm Island residential district in addition to shortening the driving Funeral Held for Jewish Clubwomen SAN FRANCISCO, April 13. Funeral services were held yesterday for Mrs. Amy Sussman Stein hart, member of the state board of education and prominent At 39 slie laughs at Birthdays time between Oakland airport and the Eastbay cities by way of Alameda, according to l'ierson.
Suit Is Filed as or-vears-ln club and clvio activi Result of Crash MARTINEZ, April 13. Growing out of a collision with an oil truck on the Crockett-Martinez highway last February, In which the truck and an automobile were destroyed by fire, Jose A. and Marguerite ties. She died Saturday at her home, Hon Steiner street, where services were conducted by Rabbi Irving F. Relchert, of Temple Emanuel, followed by Interment In Home of Peace cemetery, Mrs.
Stelnhart was a member of wealthy pioneer California family, and was a graduate of Bryn Mawr college. She served as president of the San Francisco Center, League of Women Voters, for two years, and was prominent In the American association of University Hnmirez of Pittsburg hnve filed suit fur $30,768 damages against Hugh Dnrtts and A. H. Four-H Club to Y0 Youll find bargains here! Sale of 250 Table Lamps Each price group on a separate table! Hold Bridge-Whist HAY WARD, April 1. Members ou can of lover 4-H club are planning a bridge-whist party at the office of the county faim advisor Wednesday, April 20, H.
was learned to She was the author of a work on school law In California that has become standard. Surviving are a husband, Jesse Steinhart, a promlnenC San Francisco attorney, and three children, Louise, Emily and John Stelnhart. day. Committee members include Misses Anna Sanford. lierni-j Hanson, Kathryn Teterson, Jane Zant, Norma Leavitt, Carol Neudeck and Kloise Coffman.
.4 Included in this event are one. two and three-light metal standards with parchment shades, desk and library, boudoir, piano, mantel, occasional table, Empire, California home designs lamps. Dresden vanity lamps, children's figure lamps, Borghese Italian lamps, reduced to $1.95 to $24.95 H. C. CapwelTtLampt--Thkd Floor EA 0) share the screen stars9 secret "Of course I am 39," says Frances Starr, famous stage and screen star.
"Years matter so little nowadays if a woman knows how to take care of her complexion. "Every actress knows that Lux Toilet Soap will do wonders for her skin. I use it out of io Screen Stars use it Of the 613 important Hollywood actresses, including all stars, 605 heartily agree with this beautiful star! So regularly do they use this fragrant white soap to guard complexion beauty, it has been made official in all the great film studios. You will want to try it I 7 SAVE $16 THISWEEK QNLY on any kitchen-heater type Wedgewood Range priced at $116 or more Buy your new gas range during CAS RANGE WEEK Get thete exdutivt Wedgewood features: greater cooking speed, seamiest, porcelain surface with no corners. Oven beat regulator included without charge.
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