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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 15

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Exclusive Asiociatcd Oakland's Only Locally Owned Locally Controlled Daily Paper aklani FINANCIAL NKVVS FEATURE SECTION Umtod Press fansdUakd Pics Associate VOL. CXVII OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1932 15 NO. 130 IN THIS SECTION WHEN HOOVER WAS OAKLAND VOTER OAKLAND WAS ONCE 'HOME' REZONE PUN SEMT-BHGKTD COMMISSION GHILD 'WIFE WIDOWED BY IRATE FATHER Frank ChaUoo HoV-art, Charles Henfjr, Edison Benjamin Frederick Lathrop Coon That Terrorized Neighbor to Go on Spot Escaped Pet Is Captured By Alameda Police and Confined in the Pound fair 445jl0Jjfair fair Elevator tau.46 ft Carpenter Ifiner 565 Bicycles Ciervman Electrician 5 'dark David Hoxie Frederick rray dark black dk gy brown dark brown acar tt brown dark irk light, 0fi0 9f 9 CPirht light Herbert C. Theodore Jeeat Dtrias Adam Thaddets Stoma Orra Crosby eat mater liarcbant Broker Siodent 50511 light dark brown bine brown hatel brown bin brown brown luuH iu if Atm CouaCy won tH in thHttel Lii.t Ouuviiv thtt 'htnkc a t.tii JKt' by Kt'putlwn ltrttuuv txkrt loL- CUtk. 47m tllrtc, i.

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A SI FDA, Nov. 7. tt pet raccoon owned by Sirs. Sophie (loltz, 22U.X San Antoniu Avenue, escaped from bis cage today terrorized a neighbor, and for a lime stood off the police department. Put he's to pay with his life.

Sirs. Goltz turned him over to the pound, and he's to be "nit on the spot' immediately. The animal is an unusually large specimen, weighing morn than 40 pounds, lie was given fb his owner by a Stockton friend, and was kept in a pen in the yard. After escaping today he set out on an exploration trip, startling neighbors by 'peeking In windows and terrifying children when he appeared in yaitls. Sirs.

(1. SI. Gooding, of 2204 San Antonio Avenue, rushed out and gathered up ber baby in the yard, but "Muddy" cut off her return to the bouse by planting himself on the doorstep. She out-maneuvered him by 'running around the biMise to another door and telephoning for police. Patrolmen Klcbard P.iitt and I.ouis Meyers galloped up in tbelv light automobiles with lassos, but "lluddy" wiggled- from lie noose three times before be was finally captured.

Funeral to Be Held For B. B. Lindley PKUKIOLIOV, Nov. 7. Bayllss B.

Lindley, 31, University of California graduate In the class of 1929, and underwriter for an Insurance company, dldd yesterday at Humboldt hospital, Albany, after a brief illness. Funeral services will be held tomorrow at 2 o'clock at Nevada City, his birthplace. l.lndley was a graduate of the university law school, a member of the Alpha Tan Omega Fraternity and the Phi Alpha Helta Legal Society, an honor organization. lie made his home at S48 Contra Costa. He Is survived by his mother.

Sirs. Vivie IJndley, of the Contra Costa Avenue address and a brolher, Charles Undlev. tMfttllKan HKiwviKiirn aro rlwt hM mill DIMMm ii ai Jyhn Wltoh-n. I'i Fiixi Well. IIm ty 40 vt's.

vh iy una to trH th solttl -an rltn tltln vouiit)'. Anna AnfTrj(v 1 luteii In thiv The big tiling about Ksssp 6) 84t 5 b03U 66 fe040 87 801 8042 SSI H043 80441 91 8043 93 8046 931 8047 8048 1W(t SAX FKAXt'ISCO, Nov. 7. Advocates of a psirdon for Tmii conviclcd ot Sun Francisco's I'rcpnicilncsM linmbinK. toilny planned further mnvps In their campiiimi which ycHlenlay saw a capacity audience in li" Civic.

Auditorium at a mass meet-ins in support of Mnonry's freedom. The. crowd which tlie Auditorium sans the "Internationale" in closins the and booed the names of (icivernur James Kolph Jr. and Matt I. one of the Governor's advisers.

l'aul Sr. Callicotte of rorlland. Ore. repeated his recent story in which lie advanced his belief lie was the man who placed the suitcase bomb which exploded with the loss of 10 lives the day of the parade in 19l(i. lie reiterated bis statement that this two men hired him in Oakland to Alike a suitcase to San Francisco and that he placed it.

on the corner where the blast, occurred. Other speakers included Thao-dore. Preiser and JJnc.oln Htefens, writers, and lco Gallagher, Los Angeles attorney. The crowd boned the names of (iovernor Itolrh and Sullivan when they were mentioned by Samuel Goodwin, chairman of the Tom Sfooncy Slolders' Defense Committee, who presided, flood-win criticized the Governor for not urnntinu a. pardon to Mooney.

Gallagher read several messages urtrinR workers to unite in insisting upon a pardon for Mooney. The attorney and Goodwin ursed the audience' to vote the Communist ticket in Tuesday's election as a means of speeding Mooncy's release. There was no disorder the crowd. Filipino Kills Girl And Then Himself STOCKTON, Nov. 7.

A writing a note in which he declared his love for her, Paul D. Clavlte, Filipino laborer, of Txs Gatos. shot and killed Mcintosh, 21, half-breed Indian waitress, last nlRht, and then com com--nseff mitted suicide by shooting hims; through the head. Mg rntepwt- resiaurani wnere sne was employed, shot ber five times and then fired the final bullet into his head. MR AND MRS.

Do yoo FEEL EgjuaL LITTLE BREAKFAST IF I 1" "i I I. i I I IHYPHDN Ml OUTLINED Hong, HolJidiy. Holmes, HoIV Homer. Hoover, Hoover, Hopkins, Hotchkiae, Hyde, tyikM To OkCALEN DAKJ AT THE THEATERS Owner of Lakeshore Boulevard Lot in Restricted Area Would Leasse It A project for rezonlnt; the south east corner of Ijikeshore Boulevard and Brooklyn Avenue, from residential to business purposes, was re-referred this morning to the city planning commission by the City Council, after king argument. The proposed rezonlng was not apyroved by the city planning commission originally.

Sllss Fay Cough 11 iff owner of the property, declared that she has a chance to lease it for a service station, whereas It would otherwise be unprofitable at the present time. She said that a service station would be more attractive in looks than some ot the near-by buildings, and several neighbor property owners testified that they are willing to have the service station. "Nevertheless, said Mayor Fred N. Morconi, "we cun not ignore the recommendations of the city planning commission. Which has studied the hiatter." Advocates of the change ot zone were so numerous, however, that they were advised to make another plea to the city planning commission.

The council granted the Associated Oil Company permission for a service station at' Perkins Street and Grand Avenue, and gave O. V. Jones permission to construct a concrete curb at U5I Mariposa Avenue. Final passage was given to the ordinance rezonlng property on San Leaiulro Street, from light to heavy Industrial purposes, from High Street to Jones Avenue. Hugh O'Connor was awarded tho contract for furnishing vehicle license tax plates to the city.

The P.lue lilrd Potato Chip Company was granted permission to enlarge Its garage at 901! Klglity-flrst Avenue. The city engineer was directed to notify properly owners to construct concede curbs on Klgbty-second Avenue from laidlnghouse Koad to Outlook Avenue. TONIGHT I'ltlllUNlO radio broadcast. Legislative Forum meeting, 8 p. Hotel Oakland.

Dance, Old Style Dance Club, 8:30 p. Pacific Building. Ixiws of Life Study Club session, 8 p. lObcil Club, 1440 Harrison Street. TOMORROW Till BUNK radio broadcast.

Whist, St. Leo's Parish, 2 p. Parish Hall, Howe and Rldgeway SI reels. Whist, Ashby Friendly Whist Club 2: ID Ashby Hull, Berkeley. Whist, St.

Patrick's Perish, 8 p. Parish Hall, Tenth and Per-alla Streets. Mazdaznnn Society meeting, 8 p. 1419 Harrison Street. St.

Cyrils Whist, St. Cyrils Hall, Sixty-second Avenue near Camden Street, 8:30 p. r. Whist, JuniorOrder of United Anierlcon Slecbanlis, 8:30 p. Sclots Hull, 629 Twelfth Street.

Whist, D. O. K. No. 201, p.

Knights of Pythias Hall. Twelfth and Alice Streets. CLUBS TONIGHT Lakemont Improvement and Protective Association meeting, 8 p. Cleveland School, Cleveland Street near SI ontclair. West Oakland Boosters' Club session, 8 p.

Prescott School. Elnilinrst Relief Center regular session, 8 p. lOliiihuist Junior High School. Clinton Improvement Association meeting, 8 p. School Administration Building, Second Avenue and Eas'.

Tenth Street. Golden Gate Improvement Club community meeting, 8 Golden Gato Library. TOMORROW Advertising Club luncheon, noon, Hotel Oakland. Temple Club meeting, 6:30 11. Wilson's, Nineteenth and Broadway.

Sclots Luncheon Club meeting, 12:10 p. Plg'n Whistle. Tele-Grove Improvement Club meeting, evening, Bakewell Hall, .121 Twenty-ninth Street. YoO EAT And AOpE A xMyTMsTwczTtt TRIBUNE clipping, of '96 Alameda county became the banner counly of the state that year. (lower left) in the Great Register Clerk George Gross office.

TRIBUNE photon. Photostatic copy of Great Register of California (lop) showing Herbert Hoover's name when he first qualified to vote as a resident of Oakland in 1896 at the age of 22. A picture of the President as he appeared then (left). He lived in a frame dwelling at 1077 Twelfth Street (center), 24510 UliiK hi. I It.

I In Lhll-tthi1 i tet I Hij tb)i)tW Court Ot Cln candidate. Back In 1920 111 Berke ley a group of us were Interested In Sir. Hoover as presidential timber. ni'ADS U10POHT "Ijist Friday when Johnson stated that Hoover never registered as a voter, until 1919 made that statement on the radio I knew he was wrong. I told a friend coming over In the boat to my office 'Johnson is wrong and 1 can prove I knew that there could not be two Herbert Clark Hoovers, mlnjng engineers, In the city of Oakland In 1 896.

So I communicated with Republican headquarters and I suggested that they telephone to the State library In Sacramento to get the facts from the great register of th city ot Oakland. 1 expected to see that Ihe fads had been revealed In the papers this morning. When they were not there I decided I would wire them to national headquarters. First, hpye'er, ,1 communicated with the headquarters In the Palace Hotel and found that they had located the record and made photostatic copies of the President's registration. I am glad this misrepresentation has been exposed." City Hall Will Be Closed Tomorrow All city hall offices will be closed tomorrow because of the national election, according to City Manager Osslan E.

Carr. The order affects all city employees except day laborers, gardeners and whatever men are necessary for street cleaning and maintenance. A Sick Man's Vjjell Some oramge Juice anu a Little CEREAL MAYBE It tow; Jw Bllr. i ut, Pur Jvwtty 411. W.

Hiiu since remodeled. (right) tells how Republican Hoover's signature in County TO HOOVER President, Then Just Out of College, Lived on Twelfth Street, Way Back in 1896 By NANCY BARR. MAV1TY AVhen President Herbert Hoover stops at the Sixteenth Street station tomorrow morning to make one ot the closing speeches of his presidential campaign he will be only a few blocks away from the home from which he registered to cast his first vote in a national election. In IHliC Hoover, then only a year out of Stanford, was at the beginning of the career which was to lead from the modest frame dwelling on Twelfth Street to the White House. The house is still landing, a It hough remodeled into a two-family dwelling and with its old number of 1U77 Twelfth Street changed to 1079-81.

On the Great Register of Alameda County for 1896, the name of "Herbert ('. Hoover, mining engineer, age 2k2," appears as number 8044, with the additional information that he is "able to read the constitution in English, able to write his name and able to mark his ballot." When be marks his ballot tomorrow, this time as presidential candidate, he may look back to that election of 3t years ago. BANNER COI XTY "It looks as if Alameda County has again won the banner in the contest lor the best 'Republican counly in the The Till B-UN10 reported on Wednesday, November 4, 189(1. The complete returns show a victory for McKlnley In Ibis counly by 5278 plurality. "Alameda also returns a solid Republican legislative ticket as follows: "State senator, Fred S.

Strallon; assemblymen, .1. W. Clark, .1. A. Waymirc, I''.

W. Leuvilt, (). F. Breiling, II. II.

North, II. 10. Wright. For Congress, llilburn Bets a majority in this county over of 1(191. Two Republican judges are elected: V.

15. ami S. P. Hall." J. .1.

Allen and Kred V. Wood, now Superior Court judges, ran nucccs--l'iillv for the office of of the 1'eace in Oakland In the 1891! campaign. Woman suffrage was beaten by 4G58 votes In the county. "A Glorious Victory." Thus ran headlines in The TRIRUNIO on the day following election. "Alameda County again Captures the Famous Runner The Election in Detail A solid Delegation of Republicans for Sacramento How tiny All Ran Wells the Only Fusinnist to Capture a NO YOTI0K MOLKSTIOO Evidently voting was expected to be a rather exciting business in those days.

In reporting on election day In the Fourth Ward, where Hoover resided in the seventh precinct, The TRIBUNE found it? worthy of special mention that "the voters went quietly into the booths and departed unmolested. "District Attorney Snook, ,1, M. Rassett, Fred Davis, "Baby" O'Con-nell and others were noticed about Ihe polls. William Rowers was also around the booths putting in a good word for the. Republican nominees now and then.

Altogether the day is being spent quietly and what work is being done Is being done good naturedly." AVilliam Knowles, local architect, rlose friend and classmate of Hoovers Stanford University days, recalls vividly the period when Hoover lived at the Twelfth Street address. "He began his engineering career as office boy for Louis Jannin, with a salary of $35 a month," Knowles relates. "His place of work was at the old home at Seven-(niv, Webster Streets. The house remained standing Um.nnlnnlll StrCOt WHS until cut through, a few years ago. FIRST BHJ JOB.

"Hoover's first really big job came with the Knglish mining firm nf Berwick and Storing. He was poor at that time, and would have been unable to afford the trip if the firm had not cabled him $500 for expenses. I met him down town at Eleventh and Broadway, snd went into a store to help him select a new suit for the journey to England. The owner asked me If I thought Hoover would be able to pay for the suit, and I guaranteed the bill for him." The house where Hoover lived in Oakland with his brother and sister belonged at that time to Isabella Cordes. At the present time it is owned by Mrs.

Edna L. Kukariza and occupied by Mrs. Jennie Lenger. ur Gustavus Adolphus Death Remembered A celebration in commemoration of the three hundredth anniversary of the death ot Gustavus Adolphus, King ot Sweden and hero of the battles of Breitenfeld and Lutzen. was held by the Swedish churches of the Eastbay yesterday at the First Methodist Episcopal Church, Twenty-fourth and Broadway.

chorus of 75 voices from church choirs of Oakland and Berkeley Bang "both Swedish and American national songs. The address was given by Dr. A. F. Elm-quist of Los Angeles.

The meeting was presided over by Rev. Edwin Johnson, pastor of the Swedish Mission Church of Oakland. Rev, Albert Okerstrom, pastor of the Swedish Lutheran Church of Berkeley, introduced the speaker, nd Rev. Parsons, pastor of the Swedish Baptist hureh, gave the Invocation. 'Vi' --i- Parent Slays Man, Who Eloped With Daughter, Only 32,, His 14 TASO ROKLF.S, Nov.

7. (UP) The elopement and marriage of Thomas Sloses, 32, and 14-year-old Audrey SVhite, daughter ot a rancher near here, ended In Moses death ftiday from bullet wounds. George White, the girl's surrendered and was held in jail today. The girl was detained as a witness to the killing. The shooting occurred as th trio arrived at Ihe White ranch from Tacoma, where Mosei and his young bride had been taken into custody at the request ot the girl's irate father.

Sloses, a former game-keeper, married the girl at Reno two week ago. When White was unable to Induce thenUto agree to a separa. tion, he returned them from Tacoma in his automobile. As the trio lllimbed from the car nt the Wbito inch, police-alleged, White drew a puytnl and shot twice. Moses was wounded in the abdo nien and White put the wounded man In his catv took him to hospital and then surrendered.

Sloses died a short time later. -v Authorities nt San Luis Obispo reported that Moses has a wife living at Los Angeles, from whom, they understood, he has not yet obtained a divorce. Last Rites Held for Wife of Author PLACE Ft VILLE, Nov. 7. -Funeral services were held here today for Sirs.

Dorothy wife of Bill Adams, magazine writer and author of many sea stories. She died at her home at Dutch Flat yesterday. Besides her husband, she Is survived by a daughter, Dorothy. Rlvoll "Bird of Paradise." Strand" "Shea It Easily" and Greater Love." j. U.

As and "Goldle." United Artists "Red Dust." UAYWAKD Hay ward "Horse SAN LEANDIIO Palace "lint Check Girl" and "Heritage of the Desert." -v 120 YEARS AGO November 7, 1912 (The day was Thursday) KASTBAY NEWS The "big game" number 'of th Pelican, student's comic monthly of the of the U. of will be' issued tomorrow. V. F. Collins and L.

I Levy have NEVJER DANCERS BV written iionlo verse, for the number jt 1 1 cartoOna have been mnd'e by S. Af. rhllllps. O. B.

Fletcher, Myron. Nelson, Byington Ford and L. K. Oakland Council No. 784, Knlghta of Co-lnmhns, will be installed Wednesday even in sr.

Matthew R. Bronner will be 1 a 1 1 ss gran knlgh ThEIF? VWICtt NOR POPOLOR THEIR VALUE and Joseph A Kennedy, deputy grand knight. Others who will take office are WMlllam. Hayes, John J. Flynn, Daniel T.

Reynolds. Joseph F. Kenned John Rigney, Leo J. McCarthy." Joseph R. Rosborough, Rev.

V. J.Qulnn, Daniel V. Oreen, James Dr. John F. Slavlch, Sr.

A. Metritis, -JV J. Ahern and T. I. Casey.

KLKKAVHEIirc On the baslsof partial returns from every state ihe Indicated vote of Tuesdny'a balloting was: Wilson, .19 41R electoral votes; 8 stntes.16H electoral votes; Toft, 3 stntea, elcctoial SPORTS The Stanford RttTbyii fifteen selected by Coach George Presley wtll trot out on the Stanford field today for Its last practice before the big game on November. The University of California men were put through 25 tnlnutes ort snappy work at yesterday in Services Are Held For Cattle Dc SAN RAFAEL. Nov. 7. Sen were held here Saturday for Ham Marshall, prominent Reyes cattle dealer, who Thursday following a long Marshall.

'49, was the 1 Ella SI. Farley, Mrs. v. Ihoi-n, and P. Records Show Hoover Was Registered Voter in 1896 Allendale "Winner Take and "Destry RJdes Again." American "Business and Pleasure" and "Virtuous Kin." Capitol "Bird of Paradise" and "Connecticut Yankee." Century "Pagan Lady" and "A Parisian Romance." Dlniond "Down to Earth." Eastinont "The Dark Horse" and "J)ead Line." Fairfax "Congorllla." Fox-Oakland "One Wny Passage" anil "Whoopee." Frultvalo "Divorce In the Family." Fulton "It's a Wise Child." Golden State "I iorse Feathers." Granada "Sladame Racketeer" "Hell Fire Austin." Grand Lake "Thirteen Women." Lincoln "Lady and Gent." Oi'iiheum "Washington Merry Go Round." Palace "Rider of Death Valley" and "Painted Women." Parkway "Bird of Paradise" and "Spirit of Notre Dame." Piedmont "Speak Easily" and "Sky Bride." Plaza "Rider of Death Valley" and "New Morals for Old." Premier Burlesque.

Rlallo "Shopworn" and "Disorderly Conduct." Roxie "Five Slnr Final" and "Alias the Doctor." Royal "Scarlet Brand" and "Sign of Four." Senator "70,000 Witnesses" and "Downstairs." State "Rackety Rnx." "While 1'inis and "Sllchael and Mary." Uptown "Down to Earth" and "The Doomed Battalion." ALAMEDA Alameda "Bring 'Em Back Alive." Neptune Palace "The First Yeur." BERKELEY California "Night After Night." Campus "Love Me Tonight" and "It's Tough to be Famous." Lorln "Speak Easily" and "Forgotten Commandments." ELECTHIG RATES SLASHED SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 7. The Slate Railroad Commission today slashed rates of the Coast Counties Gas and Electric Company to an "ad Interem" schedule that will save consumers approximately $40,500 a year, according to the commission's engineers. The new rates oecoine effective December 1, and follow a probe of the company's charges instituted by the commission Itself, They mean, the engineers said, reductions of II per cent in general lighting charges; 5 per cent on street lighting; 4 per cent in domestic service; 4 jier cent in general power charges and 3 per cent in agi iciiiiui e. 4 I ne commission oiuer col io half the amount which the coin-puny jiays annually to the Standard Management Operating a holding concern which functions In management and engineering advice, and was mentioned recently in the Insiill case.

The Coast Counties operates mainly In Santa Cruz and Monterey counties and Central California. George Moore, III, Reported Improved LONDON, Nov. 7. George Moore, the author, who was taken to a hospital Friday suffering from recurrent spells of unconsciousness, was slightly Improved today. Breakfast 11 JO: thriven lie Stales George is hv ae 1 1.

1'hilli A ven ue, al torney Jlatficld cut" that Sllss of (Mill lien-isistant Culled Ihe office of San Francisco, discovered the Oakland election registration of IX!) fi of President Herbert Hoover. "In the spring of 1fl27 was detailed by Mr, Hatfield lo represent the government in Ihe matter of some old claims involving fishing in the Bering Sea," Sliss Phillips said In revealing today h(W she foil nil the registration of "Herbert Clark Hoover, 22, mining engineer." "There were a lot of suits and a special act of Congress was reft ul red in connection with this litigation. One of the important factors in the case was the citizenship of the plaintiffs. They were re-(liiired prove their itizenship or that they were descendants of citizens of Ihe United States. 1 made up my mind that I was going to rhe(l Ihe citizenship of each of these plaintiffs.

10 plains Distoviortv "1 made It a habit, therefore, a week or two weeks before one of the cases would come to trial to make a list of the plaintiffs and go to Sacramento and check Hie great register of voters. I thought naturally that If a man was registered to vote It was a pretty good certificate of citizenship so far as these cases were concerned. 1 cnecaeu the late '80's and the One day oame-ncross quite by accident the registration of Herbert Clark Hoover, 22, mining engineer, living In Oakland. This was In 1896. I might say here that Sir.

Hoover has always been my presidential A tem ITTofeij'? "That Size breakfast au ou want? And a PoacHei ess oh Toast AND A STRIP OKTwiO OF BACOM WrlEMyoVRE WELL, SAy 15 "TIiERE Auy OFTSaT MRM ALAW! LEFT? UP OF OOf FEE ERHAPS AND you SA you HELTbolU. lb GET UP? 1 vO-fc. 'I.

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