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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 5

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 5

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, MONDAY. NOVEMBER 14, 1932 Scottish Rite PILDT SHOUTS TAXPAYERS IF 1 IK his heels. The bad man surren-dered without a word. "I'm very sorry. I don't remember a thing of what happened after I left my friends yesterday," he Man Who Made 'Berserk March9 on Broadway Held Elopers Spend Week -end in Oakland Jaii stated. TDB A LH COUNTY 1 LL NEW HEAD IF SIX GIRLS KILLED Masons to Give 32nd Degree Fall Reunion Class With 53 Eastbay Members to End Session Tomorrow I GATHER lt. 2 Ml CLUB BOGOTA. Colombia, Nov. 14. W) Six girl students at a convent were killed and four others wen seriously hurt today when a motor truck in which they were returning from school overturned on a mountain road. ic- way, was the first victim. For no apparent reason. Pollard struck her a violent blow in the eye, endangering the sight. Her sister, Mrs. Myrtle Gormley, same address, went to Mrs. Duffy's aid, and was struck so hard that her jaw was believed fractured. Pollard continued his march, taking wallops at all whom he en Frederick B. Pollard, Los An- geles, who says he came to Oakland because he had a night off, today pleaded guilty before Police Judge Edward J. Tyrrell to drunk-eness. He will appear tomorrow for sentence. Police may lay further charges of assault, as a result of Pollard's "berserk march" down Broadway yesterday, which sent two women into hospitals and caused bruises Girl Denies Mother's Tale That She's Under Age, and Young Pair Are Released Mr. and Mrs. Kdwaid AVehe, 1824 One Hundred and Second Avenue, wed in Fresno October are back at home today after spending part, of the week-end in the Oakland City Jail, where they had been placed By the Ifatenother of the bride, Mrs. C. Kough, 7 21 Kast Twentieth Street. Mrs. Kough told police her daughter was under legal age, be Oakland Flier Forced Down At Sequoia Country Club J3y Broken ThrottleRod President-Elect Succeeds Arthur Caldwell Board Of Directors Also Named State Chamber of Commerce Drive for Cut in Taxes To Be Discussed Here countered. Victims Included Lee Oakland Scottish Rite bodies, which convened their Fall reunion class Saturday, will bring the session to a close tomorrow evening when tile thirty-second degree will, be given to a class that Eastbay members. A reception will be given the class of Mav and November at a PAINT 25c Gal. Thousands of oilier rto several llnnlJalBi. KAA Ann luiuaiiuii vuiinnj mrrvaanuiac stvrk of big AfatofooblU plswt- Hill 1917 Morland Drive, Ala--medar B. th- Busktt, C. D. Doyle, 629 Fifteenth Street, and John Cuddy, S71 Thirteenth Street. At Twelfth Street, Pollard met Patrolman J. J. Fitzgerald. A Election of Charles Wade Snook to the presidency of the Oakland Kiwanis Club for the ensuing year, together with six new directors and Pollard, who told police he "had met some friends and had a few drinks," walked Broadway from Kighth to Twelfth Streets, striking out at all he met. Mrs. Emma Duffy, 830 Broad 10910 East 14th St. OAKLAND. CALIF. The State Chamber of Commerce drive for lower governmental expenses and i- slash in taxes, which opens in Stockton next Thursday, will include a county-wide gather- A broken throttle rod on the engine of his airplane yesterday caused Kenneth Neese, Oakland flyer, to make a forced landing with two passengers, at the tenth green on links of the Sequoia Country Club, Kast Oakland. Players scattered as Neese, yell crowd of angry victims swarmed at ing but 17. She had been reported missing from home by the mother dinner in the banquet hall of the Scottish Rite Temple, beginning at 6:15. The degree will be conferred at 8 o'clock. The program will be directed by Arthur W. Moore, master of the consistory, assisted by masters of the subordinate bodies. The following Fastbay residents are members of the class: on October 3. ing "fore!" from the cockpit of his machine, dropped his craft neatly on the greensward. 1 1 is two passengers, Bert Smith, ISO Beverly Avenue, San Leandro, When police arrived at the Wehe home, the couple showed them a marriage license, and the bride, Mrs. Frances Wehe, insisted that she was 18, and not 17. Wehe, said his parents had consented to his marriage. The young couple were released after questioning at the city jail, and returned home. Frank T. Anderson, George D. Beaslcy, Harry Harnet, Finest F. Dreycr, Samuel W. Gardiner, Joseph A. Hiestand. Vernon H. 1 two new 1 rs, was a n-n ed today. President elect Snook will succeed Arthur Cald 1 Oa 1 a banker, ho has headed the Kiwanis Club for the past year. he directors, elect at club's and Al Riebeling, 2727 Seventy-fourth Avenue, stepped from the plane unhurt. Neese explained that he was Women's Dresses Hufsrhmidt, Fred M. Hofer, Frnest W. landman, Kenneth D. McKwing, Howard S. Neighbor, S. Parker, Lewis W. PetUngell, Benjamin F. Rice, Frank S. Richards, Knooh Richardson, Dr. Albert H. Rowe, Malcolm 1. Sharp. Robert carrying Smith and Riebeling from FIFTEEN FLEE DEVIL'S ISLAND Smartly Modeled for the Larger Woman Ins of taxpayers in Oakland on December 2. Frederick J. Koster, chairman of the state chamber's committee on governmental expenditures and taxation, will be the principal speaker at a series of meetings throughout the state. He will address the Central California regional council of the state chamber and a large number of leading taxpayers from the district's seven counties at the Stockton meeting. The following day Koster will speak at an all-day conference of the Economic Research Conference, to be held at the St. Francis Hotel in San Francisco. On November 23 he will address a gathering of Sonoma County taxpayers at Sebastopol, calleu by the chamber of commerce of that town. The following week Koster will go to Southern California, visiting Riverside, San Bernardino, San DieBO, Santa Ana, Santa Barbara, Long Beach, Los Angeles and Ventura, in order. These meetings will end at Ventura on December 8. The Sacramento regional council will be addressed Koster at a meeting in Sacramento on December 16. Kosevillo to Oakland, when the throttle rod on his engine broke just as he had breasted the last of the foothills nnd was "straightening out" for the glide to Oakland Municipal airport. "We had to find a spot to get down so I chose the golf links as the only suitable one," he said. "Sorry to have upset the tournament." Players assured him it was quite all right that a little thing like having an airplane land on the greens, was what added spice to the game. annual CHARLES WADE SNOOK meeting, held at the Hotel Oakland, include Fred S. Crowell, Arthur Kinney, Victor I.i Molte, Harold H. Smith, Frank L. Unthank and C. M. Walter. The new officers are Dr. Charles A. Dukes, first Women's "Poppy Maid" Outsize Silk Hose .75 F. Siulilei th, I.eo 1. Strickler, Lloyd H. Truman, Harry K. Thorpe, Sinn-ro Taylor, Chester C. Vargas, Niclcolas p. Alrvi.os, Forest M. lio-denhamer, Clarence L. Crawford. Guy P. Davidson, Toil Drcyer, Fred A. Fnkoury, Thomas Ferrn, Herbert O. Fogelstrom. Frank 11. Foss, John G. Hagist, George L. lluber, Hen Kurot, Maurice F. Lavick, Joseph Lawrence, Reginald Miller, Oscar F. Nelson, George H. Peterson, August Peterson, Arthur A. Priest, Henry W. Rasmusen, Shded T. Romlcy, Charles K. Sol-lick, Max J. Shaffer, Fred W. Siler, Kdward H. Smith, John Torchio. Floyd T. Webb, William F. Willita James T. Wilson, Albert S. Winter. 1 Tsnm IiMl i- ji irm.XLSsw mm PARIS, Nov. 14. (UP) Fifteen prisoners have escaped from the famous French penal colony at Devil's Island, reports from Guayana said today. Georges D'Hayes, serving 10 years for the murder of a cafe proprietor, was said to have fled. These beautifully fashioned silk dresses are made in styles particularly suitable for the larger woman. In the most attractive of $-n .00 vice-president, and mnj. second vice-president. Two other officers, J. C. I.aney and Will R. Hill, were both reelected treasurer and secretary, respectively, for the next year. The Oakland Kiwanis Club, according to the annual reports of more than a score committee chairmen during the past 12 months has carried forward the most intensive civic and welfare program in its history. The club was reported to have been active in many diversilied community projects, including child civic Improvement pro Elks Plan Rites for Dr. E. W. Morrison Oakland Elks will hold funeral services tomorrow afternoon for Dr. E. W. Morrison, 2700 San Pablo Avenue, who died yesterday after a brief illness. An earlier service will be held from the Grant Miller mortuary, Telegraph Avenue, and tho Elks will conduct Inurnment services at the California Crematory at 2:30. Dr. Morrison Is survived by a GIRL SAVLD IN SUICIDE LEAP Orinda A. Unit To Teach First Aid ORINDA, Nov. 14. Sponsored by the Orinda a first aid class is being held each Wednesday morning under the direction of Mrs. A. B. Bernstein, of Oakland. More than 2 0 persons have signed for the course, according to Mrs. M. H. Ilarrold, secretary of the Parent-Teacher group, and the students will sew for the Red Cross In the afternoons following classes. Twenty sessions will be held. 3 prs. $2.85 Full fashioned, service weight silk hose with a lisle welt, picot edge, and French heel. In gunmetal, brown beige, deep brown or smoketone. Every pair guaranteed! An exceptional value! (Main Floor) lovely Fall shades. Sizes 44 lo SO and J614 to Another Value Group Displayed at $15.75 Coats Stylish Models for Larger Women CLUB PLANS WHIST BRENTWOOD. Nov. 14. Sponsored by the "Best-ln-the-West" Club, a bridge party will be given tonight in the Masonic Hall, it Is announced. The committee in charge of arrangements consists of Mrs. George H. Shafer, Mrs. A. M. French and Mrs. S. 'R. Longwell. Refreshments will be served. SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14. widow, Mrs. Jacoba Morrison, and one son, William Elmer, together grams and many others. "I believe," said President-elect Snook today, one of the dominant issues of tho Kiwanis Club is the training of men to assume, an aggressive part In the civic affairs of Oakland. The Kiwanis Club, through its programs, stimulates leadership among its members and young woman supposed attempt to hurl herself from the ron' of a lR-storv hotel building at 350 with four brothers and three sisters, George Howard, Donald and John Morrison, Mrs. Albert Geary Street, was frustrated shortly before noon today by tho quick Best, Mrs. Charles Fought, and I hope that during the nexi jm Mrs. William Walker. we shall be able to carry forward AllVKIITISKMKVT many new issues of civic HOLIDAY RUG CLEANING .75 15 Women's Braid Trimmed Outsize Robes wit of a policeman. Tho young woman Is Miss Mary Muchereno. 21, 1 1 1 Ellis Street. The officer is Patrolman Frank Murphy, driver of a radio patrol in r. Shortly after noon occupants of adjacent buildings saw Miss Muchereno walking about on the roof of the hotel, frequently mopping to gaze down at the street. They notified Gordon Davie, clerk in the hotel, and he hurried Class of '96 to Hold Reunion tailored coats in Sleep Like a Baby Stop Getting Up Nights Sufferers Vne Guaranteed Medicine for Poor Kidney Action Bargain Prices effective to Dec. 17 only Prominent bay region residents meet with their fellow students to the roof. Davie said he lid not make his presence known to the young woman for fear she would black or brown. Styles that are especially attractive to the larger woman. Furred with Manchurian Wolf, French beaver, or Marmink. Sizes 46 to 50. Another Attractive Group Displayed at $25.00 (Second Floor) $3'95 Jump, but notified police. 8.3 10.6 or 9x12 (DOMESTIC) Thoroughly Cleaned and Sized. Regularly $3.00 $225 The radio car driven by Murphy responded to the alarm. Tho officer Thousnn'ls of men and wonieu sufferers, frum poorly functioning: Kidncjn and IJ ladder, are now learning (tie rofroshlnp pli'HMiire of sleeping widl all uiglit and nre enmhat ini: ilcttinir Up Nights. Aridity, er von neat-, fUlffncsfl, Itacknche. Hum lag and I'nlm. due lo fuw-tlonnl Kidney Inactivity. I if unlnc quick-act ade his way to the roof, removed his cap, coat and shoes and crept toward the girl. en he was about five feet 25 off on other sizes and types from her. he said, she turned and saw him. She dashed toward the Women's Outsize edge of the roof but Beacon blanket robes for the larger woman! Made of fine robing. In figured or ombre patterns. Neatly finished in braid trimming. In sizes 46 to 50. Another opportunity for thrifty shoppers! (Second Floor) ing CyMex (pronounced SlnMex). Works eo fast It ntnrta circulating through tlie ivMrm in nil mile, eft en giving amazing in In 48 bourn. Try It under the falr phij Klin ran lee. It must fix you up to your satisfaction 'r merely return empty packnge and grabbed her and dragged her to safety. At the Central station the girl Rayon Undies 75c HAT SPECIAL Until November 30th Men's and Ladies' Felt Hats skillfully cleaned and blocked refused to tell how she made, her way to the roof or to answer other questions about herself. of the class of 1898 at the University of California Friday night for their annual pie-Big Game reunion. The affair will be held at 7 o'clock at the l'alace Hotel, San Francisco Among Oakland, Berkeley and Alameda residents who have attended the majority of the dinners since the graduation of their class 36 years ago are Postmaster William Nat Friend, Kdwln R. Jackson, Edwin T. Blake, Dr. George II. McChesney, Prof. Newell Perry of the Rtate blind school In Berkeley, Anthony Dozier, Prof. George Louderback of the University of California, George Kierulff, John Ho'well, William Wycoff, Lee Gris-wold, Gideon Wilder, and Richard Monges. Whist Party to Be Given by Parish WALNUT CIIKKK, Nov. 14. Committees today reported completion of arrangements for the annual St. Mary's Catholic Church benefit whist party, to be held Wednesday night at tho Grammar School. Mrs. Iena Bottom-ley, general chairman, has been aided by Mrs. Harvey Rotherman, Mrs. William Leschlnsky, Mrs. John A. Mitchell, Mrs. Frank Jk Vests, bloomers, panties or stepins of fine textured run resistant rayon. You'll find that they are cut full. In lovely lingerie shades. At this low price, the thrifty shopper will want several. WCEEIIES Honey: 2-lft. Jar New Outsize COTTON SLIPS In the built-up shoulder style, finished with a picot edge. Round neck and arm and deep hem. In pink, peach or PA white. Sizes 46 to 62... OUC Rayon and Cotton CREPE SLIPS Rayon and cotton slips with dainty lace or embroidery trimming. Also the plain tailored styles If you g1 A A prefer. Sizes 46 to 62tj)lUU 25c 10c 10c 15c 10c Rehearing Sought In Rate Reduction SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 14. Application for a rehearing of the railroad commission's order made last week, reducing rates of the Coast Counties Can Klectrlc Company, was filed today with the commission. The reduction would save consumers $40,500 a year. The company claims that the commission is without right In Issuing "Interim rates." A similar protest was also made by tho Southern California Cas Electric Company, based on the claim the commission's order, reducing Its income by $500,000 a year, was made without due consideration nnd amounts to "confiscation of property." Real Values in Quality Cleaning PHONE BE-0174 Pick-up and delivery service in all Eastbay cities Cleaners and Dyers "Fire and Theft Insurance protects your goods while in our care." (Main Floor) Duarte, Mrs. J. P. Hlrt, Mrs. Mbbj's Catsup: Pints Dunbar Shrimps: Flat Mince Meat: 1-lb. Jar Mbby's Spinach: 2 lA Armour's Milk: (Limit 4) for Tree Tea: Orange Pekoe. 1 lb. Tree Tea: Japan. A lb Tuna Fancy: 'is Joseph Oliver, Mrs. John Serpa, Skin Irritation Wherever it occurs Can be quickly relieved with Resinol Ointment. Whether it is ecxema, chafed skin, piles, embarrassing itching, boils, or a burn, scratch, pimple sooth' ing, healing Resinol makes the tortured skin more comfortable almost instantly. Don't hesitate! Buy it from your druggist today and try it! Used effectively for 35 years to heal skin trouble often when other treatments have failed. FOR FREE SAMPLE mJnew Skin Treatment booklet, writ to Reainol, Dept. 69, Baltimore, Md. and Mrs. Frank Marshall. 15c 32c 23c Smart Hats in Your Large Headsize 10c Mbby's Sliced Pineapple: Mrs. Elsie Rasper Is Still Missing Eastbiy and Alameda County police are cooperating In a search for Mrs. Elsie Kasper, widowed tall can 3 for 25c Smart felts in QQ large headsizes! UO Brims or turbans! Some metal trimmed! In new Fall colors! Berkeley Dean Will Address Church Folk WALNUT CREEK, Nov. 14. Rev. Herbert H. Powell, dean of the Episcopal Theological School at Berkeley, will be principal speaker at a session to be held Thursday night at the local church, Rev. F. C. Miller, rector, said today. Considered one of the outstanding authorities on Biblical lore on the Pacific Coast. Rev. Powell will describe experiences on a recent trip to Palestine. The meeting will be open to the public. 2 Yolomln Salad OH: rt? Gallon ODC Jr. Coffee: OQ 1 lb CtdC sister-in-law of Selby Oppen-helmer, manager of San Francisco's Municipal Opera House, (Second Floor) (No deliveries Downstairs) auvkutisement who disappeared from her apartment at 2121 Broadway, San Francisco, last Thursday. She left a note for two of her sisters, Mrs. Oppenheimer and Mrs. Joseph Basch, with whom DON'T SLEEP ON LEFT SIDE, BOSS she lived, In which she declared that she would "be better off in peace." Surgical steel GEM Blades never bend, break or balk. And they never crack or crumple. Too strong to go wrong. Double- or single-edged, and both designed to fit GEM'S Razor which dual-aligns 'em so precisely that you can't miss a hair. $660,000 worth of exclusive shaving features packed in every dollar set AFFECTS HEART to Look INJn3Enimq City $1.50 Bathnswect: 986 10c Lifebuoy Soap. 5 for 256 60c Milk of Magnesia $1.00 Upjohn's Super D. Codllver Oil i .696 I Into Site for $1.00 Honey and Almond Lotion 394 60c Gillette Razor Blades. 38 $1.00 Llsterlne 6U6 $1.50 Petrolagar 976 50c Ex Lax 350 $1.00 Mello-Glo Face Powder 696 Gas Pressure May Cause Discomfort. Right Side Best 10 for 25c 33c 33c 33c 10c Jergen's Toilet Sue Pepsoilent Antiseptic olo Williams' Shaving Cream 50c Williams' Aqua Vclva Winter Sports $1.25 ENOS SALTS 89c The of playground directors was authorized by the City Council today to spend not more CAUON'S SWIiET MINERAL 33c 75c RUSSIAN OIL: Pint $1.00 Norwegian Codllver OH $1.50 Upjohn'a Cltrocarlionnte Y. .986 $1.00 Borden's Malted Milk $1.25 PERFUME: Dram than $100 to Investigate a site for a municipal winter sport camp at Albany, near Cisco, In the high 20 Chicago 27 Hrs. to New York Boeing 14-passenger tri-motor transports 2 pilotg stewardess. radio. aloft. "Heated Cabins." FASTEST COAST-TO-COAST Planes Pally 10:00 a.m., 11:45 p.m. 2 Hrs. to Reno U-M 6V4 Hrs. to Salt Lake 41-52 WA Hrs. to Omaha 95.76 20 Hrs. to Chicago 115.00 2314 Hrs. to Cleveland 130.00 27 Hrs. to New York .160.00 Sierra. The property comprises thirty 60c POGO ROUGE 39c $2.00 Ganna Walskn Jumbo Lipstick 69 $1.00 Antiseptic Mouth Wash 25 50c Ipana Tooth Paste. .336 50c Ungucntine 336 35c 59c 29c $1.00 Beef, Iron and Wine $1.00 Pond's Creams $1.00 Grace Doe Creams five eacres, has a sream running through It, and la owned by the Gem Doubledge Blades fit Gem Mictomatic Razors Gold Run Ditch and Mining Company. The ground is part flat and $1.60 Ambre Royale Face Powder i .796 $1.00 Make-up Mirrors: Magnifying 496 part sloping, affording opportuni 16c 95o A BABY TALO If vou tons In bed and can't sleep on Hunt side, try simple glycerine, saline, (Adlerika). Just ONK dose relieves stomach HAS pressing on heart so you sleep sound all night. Adlerika, a simple buckthorn bark, saline compound, acts on BOTH upper and lower bowel and brings out foul matter you would never believe was in your system. This old matter may have poisoned you for months and caused GAS, sour stomach, headache or nervousness. Try this simple proof: Taks any medlcln which acts on lower bowel only, as most laxatives do. After your bowels have moved, take Adlerika and In a short time you will be astonished at how much MORE polsonlous, old matter and GAS is brought out! Dr. H. I. Shoub, New York, reports: "In addition to Intestinal cleansing, Adlerika reduces colon bacteria and bacill." E. Puckett: "After Adlerika I feel better than for 20 years. Awful Impurities were eliminated." Give your stomach and bowels a REAL cleansing with Adlerika Jind see how good you feel I Just ONK spoonful relieves GAS and chronic constipation. FREE SAMPLE will mailed on request. Address Adlerika, 02 S. Wabasha, St. Paul, Minn, Hold by all druggists and drug departments. 75c VEIjMA THEATRICAL COLD CREAM: OC-1-lb. cans 69 ties for skiing, skating and sledding. There are no buildings on only. GemSlngledge Blades fit all Gem Razors new or old. 85c Kit CSC HEN SALTS 55c the ground at present. S5c Dr. Scholl's Corn Pad ....256 60c Molle Shaving Cream. 35 50c Pogo 33 $1.00 Angelus Lipstick. 60c Jergen's Lotion .353 R. W. Robertson, superintendent of recreation, has been Investigating forest service lands for an 50c RUBBING ALCOHOL 17 Oakland winter-sport center In the $1.00 Pepsodent Antiseptic 15c Jergen's French Ron" 1 Soap .0 for 5c Vaseline Hair Tonic. .4.., KLEENEX FACE TISSUES American Safety Razor 15c mountains, but said that available government lands which an easily accessible are practically all taken 85c Wltcb Basel: Quart. .296 No phone, mail ordtrs, O. or deliveries. Quantity rights reserved. None told to dmhn Main Floor) t'A Houn to tot Anel 7 Houri to BMttlo 3.M 10 Off on Hound Trip Municipal Airport, TU Inldnd 1700 820 GEARY DO CGLAS 1940 H0UU1 WwUr TTnlon ud P01UI Off loot 45,000,000 MILES FLYING EXPERIENCE pp. The Gold Run Company, he said, offers to sell its tract tor Brooklyn, N. T. GEM BLADES $2700. Robertson said that the city of Oakland will make an immediate urvey of the land.

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