Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 13, 1932 · Page 10
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 10

Oakland, California
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Wednesday, April 13, 1932
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no B WEDNESDAY EVENING DafclanD Ctifiutte' -APRIL 13, 1932 r r '! in It f TIME TO "J GflBDEH DERBY HEinS-GLOSE Last Minute Entries Nearly Swamp Editor as Scores File Contest Entry Blanks Hurry, hurry, hurry! " " " The time for tiling--entries In The TRIBUNE'S Second Annual Garden Content became a matter of hourmtoday, and a lantminute flood of entrv blanks threatened to parafyze the nmoof h-workinp system at 'contest--noaianarjcrs: Correction, reyilonnd con-flrmaiftrns were made asjeores of - entrants sought to assure themselves that their places in this contest are legal. . . All are uJetermlned to win a hare of the $260 In cash prizes, -nd the other awards offered by The TRIBUNE In this great competition. Are you one of them? if not. the time Is almost up no entries can be received after ;jnioii tomorrow. Better not an in .... , riMk dlKnnolnlment by delayina i-.,.,.r! Kllher bring entries Into tb,. content headquarters at The TRIBUNE or see that they are In the mall before that time. niAIRMAN BUSY. nr.nu,hlie. John W. Altken, rhalrman in charge of selecting h. ..rden in dees, was arranging a representative body consisting of amateur and protessiontu Th tli have charge oi in .n.,iin ir.Bsthav wardens and wt"".... . kin1ln the nrlzes. Arrangements for the showing of out flowers at the Third Annual nurden Bhow were being made by contest officials and Mrs. tri.i. nnvv secretary of the show, .. i. k...u inAav tnlklna Dersonally to each entrant (n this division of The TRIBUNE'S contest, ascertain ing the number and kind ot Diooms they plan to snow. ItEAD OVER RULES. ' T ttAii flri ATI entrant In this branch of the contest and have not yet heard from Mrs. Gllkey, telephone her at Piedmont 2749. Bhe in ...i.r vnu In preparing lor this great feature of the competl- lnn. Read over the rules, printed on this. page, and send In the accom- nvlmr entrv b ank to the uarnen Contest Editor. If you live In the Eastbay and have an amateur gar vnn are ellclble for one or , more prizes! 2nd Annual GarderrContest caklani'Cribuna? ENTR Name of Entrant,,,,. . . Addreu Nearest cross-street Y B L A N K 9 9 r rtif f iiri m i rtt fir r fin I 4 Please enter me in The TRIBUNE'S contest at follows: Division 1 (Grounds over 60 feet of frontage) . Class A Aosf artistic garden ........ Class B Best flower garden ......... Class CBest lawn (250 square feet or ooer) . r . . Claf,DMost artistic rock garden, pool or Water gorden. . Division 2 -(Grounds 60 feet frontage or less) Class A Most artistic garden Class B Best flower garden .m. . Class C-Best lawn (not leu than t50 square Uet) Class D Most artistic rock garden, pool or Water garden. ... 1 also enter the Oakland TRIBUNE'S Cuf Flower contest. Ye,., '.. No.... '. All rntrjr hlnnks miiM be In the hands of the (iartlc-n ContcM Editor lij April 14. Those M-nt h mall must bear a postmark not later than midnight of that date. IB TINTS By AII.EEN LAMOXT NEW YORK, April 13. (CPA) Lingerie has gone decidedly spring-time in Paris. There are night towns of pale blue slllc in- crusted Rules for Entrants in Annual Garden Contest Crash Victims Sue Each Other Butt and counteract for $20,000 jt.....a urh sra on trial today before a Jury in the superior court t Iniln James Q. Qlllnn. The .! s-row out of a collision of au tomobiles at Tenth and drove flntmher S last. In one suit R. R. Chandler and his wife, -Mrs. Mnry Chandler, are Kislntlff and ask damasres nsalnst Henry Lyons and J. A. I.yonJ Blaming them for the arrldent. Mrs. Chandler asks for $20,000 be-eauss of injuries she suffered, while her husband asks for $120 demise to the automobile. In the companion suit, Lyons asks for $20,000 damages against the Chandlers, blaming them for the accident. Lodi Has Seven Teams in Contest X.ODI, April It. Peven teams will be entered by Lodi Union high school In the judging events at the annual picnic at the California Agricultural College at Davis Friday. The teams will be accompanied by Herman Dlekmnn, head of the high school agricultural department. The following teams have been entered: Livestock Francis Tierce, Wade Holmes, George Clowe and Walter Gordan: dairy cattle Leslie Frey, Clifford Schmeldt, Arnold Wlrts and Richard Tone; agricultural mechanics Albert Cooper. Tadlsha Kaha and Wlllard Peterson: agronomy Mendes Nepote, E. Baldwin. Msrlln Stark and Tru-mnn Babine: poultry Alex Plrle. Irvine Mettler, Archie Howary and Freeman Mills; trees Ralph Haw-ley, Gus Nepote and Hubert Matt-ler; and dairy products Clyde Meyers, Y. Iwamura, Jay Loveless and Douglas Creek. Prizes In the third division an a silver vaie as sweepstake prize and bine ribbons. Here are the .ules and conditions for The TRIBUNE'S Second Annual Garden Contest. Note thst provision Is made for large and small gardens and Individual garden features After reading them carefully, clip nut the accompanying blank, fill It out. and send It to The Garden Contest Editor of The TRIBUNE. You will then be eligible for one or more of the cash prizea and other awards: DIVISION ONE. (Open to residences with over 60 feet of frontage.) Class A Most artistic garden arrangements of trees, shrubs, lawns, rook gardens, flower beds or other features. Odor harmony and artistic effeet in relation to llio residence to bo considered In Judging. Class II Best flower garden; color arrangements, variety and quantity of bloom to be con sidered. Class C Best lawn; not less than 250 square feet. Class 11 Most artistic rock garden pool or wnter garden. DIVISION TWO. (Open to residences with 0 feet of frontage or less.) Class A and H Same as In division one. Class C Best lawn; not less (linn 150 square feet. Class IK Name as in division one. DIVISION THRIVE. (Open only to contestants In divisions one and two.) Cut flowers entries to be ei- hlhltrd at the Third Annual Gar den show. On Ida iid auditorium, April 21, 23, 23 and 24, In The TltinilNK section. Flowers will bo Judged on a basis of 100 per cent, with all colors, sizes ana symmetry considered. Following are classification for alio w em rlcs : Class A Snapdragons. Class B Cnrnntlon or pinks. Class C Petunias. Cliiss I) Popples. Class K Slocks. Class V Sweet peas. Class (! Bearded Irises. Class n Bulbous Irises. Class I Pan-slcs. Clam J. Violas. Class K Mlcd Annuals. Class L Hoses. Prizes In tlie first two rolvliions will be awarded as follows! Class A Divisions one and two: 125 first, l ecoonn ana $10 third. Class It Divisions one and two: $I2.R0 first, $7.50 sec ond and $5 third. Class C Divisions one and two: $12.50 first; $7.50 second, and $5 third. Class IV Divisions one ana two! $12.50 first 7.ou secoiHi, and $3 third. FIIIE SYSTEM Deep Sea Diver Will Address Club WALNUT CREEK, April 1J. R. L. Billings, deep-sea diver, who has directed salvage operations In the raising of a number of sunken submarines for the United Hlatea navy, will be the principal speaker Tuesday evening at the meeting of the Walnut Creek Brotherhood club. An innovation will be tried In the presentation of the speaker Immediately after the dinner, whlcb will be served at f :I0 p. m. In the Community church parlors. - - Haywardian Fined On Liquor Charge HATWAnp. April 1$. Floyd Boyce had today paid City Judge Jacob Harder Jr.. J:5 after bis conviction on liquor possession ehsrges. Boyce mas arrested by Officer Irving Nelson following an alleged disturbance in a local store. FOR delicious bouillon, drop an Oxo Cube into a cup of hot water, Ready us a mo ment. ORPHANS tnvnnv. Anrll IS. Here's a system of fines that Is fine for the orphan. Kvery time Mrs. J. L. Wood of Ilemrl Hempstead misses church or catches a salmon or Kins . star, she "fines" herself. With I he monev thus saved. 500pounds, she has endowed two beds in an orphanage. Hayward Church Will Hold Dinner HATWARD. April 1$. The church's yearly program and reports of special committees will feature a congregational dinner at Havward Presbyterian church to-nlcht. Mrs. Helen Borree. dinner ehslr-man, will be sided by members of Dorcas society. .Committee chairmen Imlmle Mesdames Herbert Young, N. K. Clemens, Earl Dobbl and R. J. Taylor. - Eastern Star Will Honor Grand Matron Ft. HFLKNA, April 11. St. Helena and Callstoua F.astern 8tar chapters will unite In honnrinc Mrs. Elsie May McGiffln, grand matron of the order, at a dinner to be given hre on the evening of April 20. Following the dinner, a meeting will be Jield at the hall of St. Helena chapter. Mrs. Frank Wood of St. Helena heads the committee arranging the affair. OTTAWA. OnL. April 1J W Charles II. Reefer. JO, widely known engineer who hd been associated with many projects In the United States and, Canada, died Prizes In the third division are a silver vase as sweepstake prize and blue ribbons. with ochre ImTeEI lace: Underwear sets In pink satin and mauve georgette trimmed with pale mauve lace; and combinations in white silk voile heavily decorated with white silk lace embroidered In silver thread. la- London they- "tie" - the two toned dcess together artistically speaklng?by giving the light blouse a pair of elbow length cuffs to match the dark skirt. . A black satin skirt, for. Instance, has a wnne georgette mouee with Ions black satin cuffs and a black sat! edging round the neck. Some of the new chintz for kitchen and dinette curtains ha tiny teakettles, bits of furniture and old fashioned mantel clock scattered among Us bunches of flowers. Other patterns are mad up of French provincial bouquets which Include a variety of little posies In a variety of colors. (Copyrliht. 13. for Ths TRIBUNE.) Man Faces Trial On Forgery Charge SAN JOSE, April 1$. William h. 1'ranmin, az, a mechanic; was held In the city Jail today as en route to Fresno on charges of for gery and failure to provide. Fresno officers were to call for him today, Patrolmen Henry Cunningham and Charles Murray arrested Franklin at a local garage yesterday. Walter Morris, 27, tailor, against whom a local bad check charge was dismissed, was re-arrested yesterday and turned over to Chief of Police Walter White of Gllroy, who holds a new warrant charging Morris with passing a worthless check on Walter Rupar of Gllroy, Let Us Help You Over the Depression CASH AN' CARRy All . Blankets Quilts Spreads You Bet! Thrs., Fri., Saturday Only SPECIAL c All Robes Comforters Curtains Pair Drapes Thoroughly Cleaned and Finished All Dressei and Suits, 49c CONSOLIDATED CLEANERS 1720 Broadway, 3 doors south of Orpheum Phone- GL-010S Open Evenings Until Church Club to Sponsor Whist A benefit whist will be spon sored by the Adelphian club of Old 8t. Mary's church In the parish hall. Seventh and Grove streets Friday eve ning. Pro ceeds w II be devoted to baseball equipment Fathe Edmund Kenney I chaplain of the Ad el phlan club 4 ti & taTu rence M a derls presl, dent. George Ring will be chair man of the whist,, as sisted by Milton Mc, Quald, Jack Ring, William Brad ley, Jose Dolgotena, George Bar bour and Al Duffy. Jack' Fitz-slmmons wilt be In charge of the card session. 1 S l i ':Jj J LAURENCE MAOEBIS. Livermore Y. L. I. Plans Rodeo Stunt LIVERMORE, April 13. Miss Latnerine Flynn has been made chairman of a committee to arrange for the local Y. L. I.'s par ticipation in the Eastbay district meeting to be held at Richmond on April 24. It being Drobable that a rodeo stunt will be staged by the Llvermore delegates. BITES 37 PET. BERKELEY, April 13. Nearly perfect that's the record achieved by Berkeley's milk supply in a rating announced by D. A. Cord ray, state market milk specialist of the department of agriculture. Cord ray, after a visit to the col lege city, gives the Berkeley milk supply a rating of $7.2, the highest rating ever attained by the present supply and exceeding a record of last0etpberbyfiVe-teiithi per cent. Cordray made a surprise test of Berkeley s milk supply in company withTJr,JErank V. Kelly, city health officer, and Dr. G, K. Cooke, city veterinarian. In order that a true rating may be made o a city's milk supply, surprise testa are con ducted by the state department of agriculture, with no warning given officials before the scoring begins. Throughout the year, Berkeley officials examine samples of products sold to residents of the city in order that the city may be as- ured as pure a supply as possible. New Body to Seek Reduction in Tax SANTA ROSA, April 13. The Sonoma County Development association, whose aim will be to work with the supervisors to bring about reduction In the tax levy, is form ed here. Elimination of the 38-cent road tax will be advocated and reduction of expenditures wherever possible Is sought. Elimination of Classes. Discussed ST. HELENA, April 13. A number of local residents appeared before a meeting of the board of trustees of the high -school here to discuss the recent action of the board in discontinuing certain classes and school activities in an economy program. Among the classes to , De eliminated lemj- rarilv is the shoD and farm me- $ chanlcs course, whlcn nas proven popular. A survey of the school budget at the meeting indicated the action of the board, which has caused considerable discussion dur- ing the past few weeks. SHERWOOD 1 SWAN -COh ltd. Yellow Clin Peaches Vo, 1 tin (Choict Qutlity) lie Baratnrla SPECIALS' FOR THURSDAY, APRIL 14 Par Soap, 3 for22c (10c size) . Del Monte Tuna 15c lVo. tin) , Wheat Pops, pkg. 9c Dunbar Oysters 9c 8 c (KTr befors ivld tCWi low priea) Market Grscerterla V, EACH 2vs4.40-2l New Low Pricesi Goodyear builds mllllona mora tlrea than any other company that'a the reason you fiet beet values here. Plus our Service. Now New Low Prices. TRADE YOUR OLD TIRES for new 1933 Goodyear All-Weathert! TUNIC IN KUU Goodyear Iladlo Program Wed. and Sat. at 6 P. M. Poiuh ,Po f malt Beads p... I 0a,,t,e, H SYRUP 1 " '" I Pnokase II Tn I Spec. V7c J V44c J 5c 49c Market Orecerterla Lifetime Guaranteed GOODYEAR PATHFINDER Supertwist Cord Tire CASH PRICE Full thwilH 29x4.50-20 30x4.50-21 28x4.75-19 29x4.75-20 29x5.00-19 30x5.00-20 28x5.25-18 30x5.25-20 31x5.25-21 30x3 lx3HRl.CI. 3l3WOS.a. 31x4 32x4 Price of Each S.3f $.4 J .4 .f .7S 7.S3 7.9 If 4.07 4.19 4.S9 7.3 7- Each la S.I9 s.a7 .14 us ft.Sf 7.SO 7. 7.91 3.9f 4.0 4.1 7.09 7.35 Othtt tint equally low Tube t.a I. OS 1. 17 1 .01 1.30 1.33 I.3S 1.33 1.43 01 i.ja 1.3a COCHRAN & CELLS lOlh & Harrison .2783 E. 12th St NAT2RAL ATTtnj CLencourt 6631 FRuilvaU 6580 Item In rlrcle oa ale at Pantry Filling Station Market Groccrtcrla UCUT-RATE SMOKES 10o TARGET TOBACCO 20o UIMYAH TOBACCO SPUD tf"TT4"1 A st JWIVI11TCJ RALEIGH CIGARETTES. ... HALF A HALF TOBACCO, 1-lb. tin , 7ic 15c ..16c 12ic '88c RED DOT CIGARS HAVANA SWEETS LONG SMOKES ..... FIGHTING BOBS 15c EDGEWORTH. Tin Tepf. IIS 7 tor 25c 7 for 25 c 7 for 25c 7 for 25 c 12c Sua Dried Cherries 5 lbs. 25c Lewis, Dept. Trt IT. n. Hit mm Medium EGGS 2 fins. 20r. Do sra 15c Mr. WrlKht, Dept. ftft Blood Red Salmon Strip. Lb. 10c Levll's. Dept. 123 Pickled PIG TAILS 5c lb. Nrlivnn Meat Dept. 12S STEWr-, LAMB 3 25. BTk's Meat Dept. 10.1 OWL ONE CENT SALE BOc MILK rj CI- MAGNESIA . . U for O I C 25c MERCt'ItO- O Of CHROME forUC 25c EPSOM 0 SALTS ...... for &0C 25o Rrxall O ShnvliiK Cream L for bDC 50p Jonlerl f? Cold Cream . . . L, for D 1 C Iep(. 2 14c 12c 17c 13c 22c Genuine Hulk CRISCO, lb.... Lean Smoked PICNICS, lb.... Shred Eastern BACON, lb..... llonoleis I jislrrn CODFISH, lb.. . Creamery BUTTER, lb. . . . Wli Hi.M.ltVl: INK UK. Ill' TO I.I Mil' UlAMIIiKM Famous Doctors say that Coated Tongue Is a Danger Signal The Trouble is Here! 4. Siiiltli -. KS:i.;iS:i ' n !5 ' .'fi:i f - ' i iQiiwawotiM nA DR. VITTORJO PUCCINELLI, the noted Itslisn hoipiul head, iiyir "Poi- T sons backing up from ao uocleta iniestinal tract cium tit coated tongue." :; "jX'' Vw' y rmiaii.UM.liiii.il ii ii' i - DANGER! You can't afford to neglect this signal. Coated tongue almost iovariibly means tel-poioaiog. Correct it by all means. FRESH YEAST, esteo dailf, "tones" and purifies intestines, corrects coated tongue, bad breath, indigestion, etc., nsturallr i aveyou looiedat lately? SIGNAL of trouble . ; . serious trouble Inside you. A white, coated tongue! If your tongue is not clean, your body is not entirely healthy. You probably knew that Yet how many thousands continue day after day to ignore this obvious warning that Nature provides! Listen to this challenging statement by a great medical authority: "Many troubles of the stomach and intestines ... are a direct or indirect consequence of constipation. This may be the beginning of really serious ills lifelong ill health. Poisons . . . from an unclean intestinal tract cause indigestion, headaches, coated tongue . . . general loss of vitality." It's your health barometer! And if it's coated, be careful.' Don't risk the self-poisoning that a "dirty" tongue reveals Those are the words of one of the foremost hospital experts and surgeons in Europe ; ; ; Dr. Vittorio Puccinelli, of Rome. He adds: "It is really very easy to correct this trouble" with fresh yeast. Yeast, he explains, mixes with the accumulations of food residues in the intestines, "softening them . . . and toning up and strengthening the weak intestinal muscles to regular, normal ; . . action." - A remarkable health food, fresh yeast has been known and used by doctors for years. Its effect is extraordinary. Eaten regularly, Fleischmann's Yeast cleanses the entire digestive system . . . fosters secretion of digestive juices ... purifies. Stagnating waste matter is promptly passed out of the system as fresh yeast gets in its work. And as a result, your blood clears. Your breath becomes sweeter, your tongue gradually cleans up. Ugly headaches go, you tire less easily ; ; ; you soon feel better in a hundred different ways! Wouldn't you like to try it? Just eat Fleisch-mann's Yeast plain, or dissolved in a third of a glass of water 3 cakes a day before meals, or between meals and at bedtime. You can get Fleiscbmann's Yeast, rich in health-giving vitamins B, G and D at gro-I cers, restaurants and soda Yj'K 4- fountains. Get a supply today; I M PORTA N T-FoxtsWi JYetstftr health crmet m tix 41 -L- -.L .1 if 1 UbtlUsytaatniUfTtth.tfftctiv I j frrmtb hind doctars advin. Not a Cure-all W FTeischmantis Yeast is a health food thousands eat, I -VT " ' s3 3 cakes a Jc ay yesterday. s

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