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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1933 27 fno Herbalists Treated for Ulcers Oakland, May 2. 19!5. , After S years of stom- ach trouble, my jain t a c a m untarabl: Physicians said I had ulcers of the stomach and that I had 6 or 8 months to live. After taking F o n g Win -herbs for three months '-m was able to eat with out distress. FNG J. S. Wortman. WAN Present address. P. O. Eox 1114, Vallejo. Calif. FnmrU'an ' 10 st Oakland. rong v an hi. :67 ,,. Fret. Herb Book Free at Of 'ice. 310ST KELIABLK, ESTAP. 1908. ine original nan & t han. L. CHAN HERB CO. I'M" TELEGRAPH AV. Oakland. GI.-OU'O. Korinerly 161S Webster. S. F. braii'h, 1912 Sutler St. Various ailment?. -,u. free PoKwonji Shew Herb Co." 2ftl Telegraph. LA kesiiie S053 90 Auto Freight FI'RXITIT;-: ti n, k returning to I,. A. i all HI gheate l'"7. JIOVING? Truck retu-n. South. Call us. Low rates. OL-2792. I San Francisco Applications I SAN FRANCISCO. Aug 2 The following applications for marriage licenses were on fii yesterday in San Francisco: ANDERSON. John H 2. San Jost. LASS, Elizabeth T. 20. San Jose. ARRIGOTTI. Louis 22, 1656 Leavenworth Street. LOCOCO, Angela 20. 199 Stockton Street. EERFNDSEN, Cordon 25, 2509 Broadway. RIGNEY. Eleanor C 25. 1335 Chestnut Street. BLACK WELL, Bertram B 26. Monterey. BCHEFFLER, Muriel H 21, Salinas. BLOUNT, Edward V. 36. 4 Octavla Street. ROSS. Edith L. 33. 2907 Bush Street. COSCBrt'E, Byrne 3S. Golden State Hotel McCAI.'LEY, Kathleen 21. Pico, Calif. LDUPIUS. Alfred 21. 726 Natnma ' Street. PEIRANO, Unit 1. 1663 Fulton Street. TIORITO, .James W. 22. 3058 Army Street, DIEBL. Myrtle 17 , 2503 Twenty- fourth Street. FISHER. Jmk T 23. Oakland FiNLr.Y, Evelyn I. 24, South Gate, Calif. FRASURF., John H 21. Presidio. r ITUCKEY. Vera L 17, 46J1 talilor- nia Street. GILLICK, William T. 23, 230 Garfield Street. DALY, Eleanor F. 20. 845 Urbano Drlva. HAWAII. David 33, 2714 Butter Street. ROBINSON, Tearl 32, 2714 Sutter Street. 'jACKSON. Clyde M. 23, 115 Cough Street. BODF.N, Clalra A. 23, 631 Third Avenue. LUCAS. George W. 22. 1450 O'Farrell Street. GIUDICI. Julia M. 23. 2918 Van Ness Avenue. PADDOCK. Raymond A. 23 8B8 Valencia Street BFAN. Sydney E. 23, 868 Valencia Street. PAYNE. Albert F. 48. 1046 F.llta 1054 Ellis 26, 1510 Street TENNEY, Edith L 38 Street. n.jr.r.MAN. Fred C. Thirty-fifth Avenue GRAY. Betty A 25, 475 Twenty-fourth Avenue. ROSS. Preston --45. 632 Willow Street. EMERSON, Leora - 23, 639 Lyon Street. SAN MARTINO. Joseph D. 27. 731 Chestnut Street. CARLO, Stello-26, 48 Haight Street. BHD. Edward-21, 767 Sacramento Street. , , , LIE, Grace 20, 1109 Stockton Street. BW ANTON. Jack-22. 1506 Tell Street. ELLIS, Estelle-21. 1141 Ashbury Street. THEODORATOS. Geraslmss 5, San Rafael. , , WILLIAMS, rrancea 19, San Rafael. WATSON'. Trank 82. 1732 Ellia Street. . BONDSON, Maud 61, 1728 EUls Street. SANTA CLARA COUNTY I SAN JOSE. Aug. 2 -The following vital statistics were on file in this city today. MARRIAGE LK ENRES IHM'ED RASMUSSEN, Carl 50, Redwood OWINGS; Mary 37. Redwood City. NEAL. Harry 25. San Jose. DYER, Eleanor M. i. San Jose. SCOTHORN, Lou 57. Oakland. SCOTHORN. Ann 5! San Francisco. HEEREN. Lawrence H 27. San Jose. BORENE, , Charlotte San Jose. SKAFF. Fred-27. San Francisco. CONNER. Manorie 20. Colorado Springs. MARRIAGE INTENTIONS FILED PAGE. Robeft H 37. San Francisco. CRUTHERS, Lois 36. Tracy. DEMAREE. Denny L. 24. Newark. GOULARDT, Gladys F. 18. Irving-ton. WARREN. Troy C 25. Sunnyvale. HARVEY. Inei V 23, San Jose. WEBB. Arthur H 27, Stanford University. BRUNO. Nina S 2. Watsonville. ' SOWELL. William P. 25. Campbell. PHILLIPS. Eleanor 18, Campbell. PRUSSO. Elmo J 21. San Leandro. WALLACE. Lulu M. 21. Fresno. DIED BLANK In San Jose. July 31. 1933. Max Blank, father of Mrs. W. H. Cobum of Pacific Grove. Mrs. Anita Curtin of San Jose. Walter M. of Salt Lake City. Lesler H. of Bedford. Ind.. and Theodore Blank of San Diego, husband of Martha Blank; a native of Germany, aged 76 years. ' MILES In San Jose. July 31, 1933, Mary . Miles, wife of Charles S. Miles, mother of Douglas T. Miles, daughter of Clark and Mrs. Judie McLain; a native of Reno, aged 43 McNKILLEN In San Jose, July 30. 1933, John J. McMullen. husband of Ruth Q. McMullen. son of Mr. and Mrs. John R. McMullen. brother of Charles and Mae McMullen; a native of Goldfield, Colo., aged 30 years. BIRTHS CARCIONE To the wife of Anthony Carciene. July 24. a son. Philip. MO RETT INI To the wife of Joseph Morettini, July 24. a daughter, Joan Ann. 10DENBORN Tp the wife e-f David Rod en born, July 23. a ion. David John. Hiial IslattHttra Uttal StatiattrB I OAKLAND BIRTHS I RATTO To the wife of Anthony B. Ratto. 5181 Trask Street. July 22. a daughter. Svh la Theresa. RUIZ To the wife of Peter Ruiz, Livermore. July 18. a son. Paul. SIF.BECKE To the wife o,f Alfred A. Stebecke. 396 Harman Court. San Leandro, July 22, a son. Herman Wiley. SCOTT To the wife of Sidney Scott. 1307 Ward Street. Berkeley, July 23. a daughter. Juanita Demon. TABER To the wife of Lawrence L. Taber. 636 East Twentieth Street. July 2. a son. Lawrence Kirk. THORNTON To the wife of Ervin V. Thornton. 2004 East Nineteenth Aenue. July 22. a son. Richard Paul WILLIAMSON -To the wife of Chester R. Williamson. 2607 Seenty-sixth Avenue. June 30. a son. Richard Walter. WOLFSMITH To the wife of Raymond D. Wolfsmith. 639 Fifty-seventh Street. July 23. a daughter, Mary Eleanor. YOUNCE To the wife of Fenlery Yoifhce. 2419 Jefferson Street, Berkeley. July 19. a daughter, Patricia. I MARRIAGE LICENSES I ALLEN. Irol Van 21. Oakland WALLACE, Hael J 18, Oakland. MOSFLEY. Harry 28. Oakland. ANTISDEL. Dessie M 22. Oakland. WAI.DRON. William F.-25. Oakland. HARVEY. Mercedes E 24. Oakland. BIISCH. Paul .1 - 26. Berkeley. GARLAND, Gwendolyn-25. Clark-ston. CANNON. Melvth F 29. Slorkton. SWAIN. Doris B -28. Stockton. TTBON. Cipriano 31. Piedmont. 1SOTO, Gencrosa--29. Oakland. ODGERS. Arthur C 44. Oakland. PETERSON. Lina-44. Oakland. I.ATF.AN A. Joseph E 24, Berkeley. MARCH I, Angelina 19. Oakland. PETERSON, Robert II 27, Stockton. DALE, Blanche L. 25. Stockton. DARI.ANO. Vernon W 21. Hayward. HENDRICKS, Elsie A - 20, Hayward. HERRK'K. Merritt S 22. Oakland. GILKEY. Helen L 20, Oakland. SHAW. Philin M 26. Palo Alto SEIGDEN. Janice M 26, Oakland MOODY; Ellis B -24, S.in .lose. ROPER. Hazel F. 21, Hayward. I INTENTIONS TO WED I ' - AMMUNDSEN. Marvin L. 35, 6223 .Flftv-fifth Ave , Oakland. WOLFE. Beatrice 22, 6222 Fifty-fifth Ave , Oakland. POOL, Douclas 35. 936 Stannage Ave . Albany. WAI.DEN. Ula F. 22. 938 Stannage Ave , Albans '. WRIGHT, .lames M.- 28, 3462 Hannah St . ( l.lkl.HKl. BLACKWF.l.L. Madeline C 23. 416 Haddon Si , Oakland. CABANAS, Louro 32, 277 Lussate St., San Francisco. STARR. Lillian 21, 1239 Evana St., San Francisco. O'NEAL, Alfred V. 23, 1124 Ward St . Berkeley. OSIBIN, Emma L. 23, 3110 Ellia St.. Berkeley. SORACCO, Charles V 25, U. of C. Hospital. San Francisco. SCHNEIDER. Franiiska 23. 228 Irv. ing St., San Francisco. SWENSON. Herbert W. 27, 220 Sole-dad St.. Salinas. ROBINSON. Phyllis L.-24, 123 Oak St., Salinas. BURKS, Delaine L -27, 1581 Madison St., Oakland. NICHOLS. Clara B. 24, 1101 Mound St , Alameda. VANDF.RBEHO. Albert L. 23, 2009 Harper St ," Berkeley. KISACK. Mellia M 1!). 3117 Ellis St., Berkeley. STURGF.S. Selden Jr. -29. 1163 Sutter St . Berkeley BADDEl.F.Y, Ollie 19. 5048 Dover St., Oakland. MARIS. Nestor 44. Sallda. SCHAFFKR. Agnes L 25, 1038 Ellis St , San Francisco. VASCONI. Rudolph J 23. Concord. HAIR LAND. Ma.vbelle E. 26, Concord. CLARK. Earl W 30. 1822 Sixty-ninth Ave , Oakland. STEWART. Elsie L 28 , 2818 Slxty- seyHtnth Ave.. Oakland. BARCA, Salvator J. 21, 1219 Seventh St.. Oakland. TOBIN, Vera 18, 1095 Seventh St.. Oakland. FORD. Louii W. 43, 861 Suttar St., San Francisco. NICHOLSON, Marion 83, 32 Lorlta Ave.. Piedmont. HARLESS, Wesley F 23. Mare Island. THOMAS. Ora' M. 18, 3005 Collidge Ave.. Oakland. BINSACCA. Victor G 29, Denair. SHELDON, Beatrice E. 25, 3302 Clare-mont St.. Berkeley. DIVORCES FILED I HUGHES. Marian Edwina vs. Francis David Jr.; cruelty. JUNG. Hubert H. vs. Vloden; cruelty. MARRIN. John P. vs. Grace W.; cruelty FOURNIER. Rita vs. Charles Volney: cruelty SMITH. Hazel Jennings vs. Norman Hall; cruelty. ANDRADE, Lydia Cecelia vs. Alfred; cruelty. I divohce Chanted I FROST. Edna from Kenneth: cruelty. NELSON, Almar from Joseph; cruelty. MclNTOSH. Madelene from Allan; cruelty. GOVIERA, Loretta from John; desertion. WEBSTER, Winifred from Theodore; cruelty. BATES. Charlotte from Charles; desertion. DONOVAN. Ada from Thomas; cruelty. K N O W L E S. Warren from Goldie; cruelty. CASTRO, Anna from Daniel; cruelty. ENSCOE, Bessie from George; cruelty. WAISANEN, May from Eino; desertion. GOODMAN, Rose from Jack; cruelty. G I U R L A N I, Katherine from Orlando; cruelty. SHADE. George from Roslyn; cruelty. ILVESTA. Ida from Henry; cruelty. ORBELL, Louise from Walter; cruelty. SHIFLETT. Doris from Walter; cruelly. KANE. Mary from Michael; cruelty. SWANTON. Alice from Walter; cruelty. MUNRO. Dolores from Fred; desertion. HORNADAY.- Clara from Rimer; cruelty. I CONTRA COSTA I MARTINEZ. Aug. 2 The following vital statistics are on file here today; INTENTIONS TO WED WELCH. Orville Kenneth 29. Concord. SKINNER. Betty Darlene 22, Glen Rock, Wyo. SIEBOLD. Howard Earl 13, Martinez. FAINTER, Ruth Mae 23, Richmond. PRATT, Gerald W. 26. San Francisco. ESTES, Dorothy E C, Chleo. Ittal Drottta LAI STEI In Colfax. July 31. 1!'.'13. Eleanor Louise, loving; daughter of Hubert A. and the late Klsie H. Lauenstein. and de-vted sister of Mrs. Lloyd A. Wales. Robert F . Carl A. l-atien-ailn and Mrs. Harry F). Perl: a native of Alameda, California, aped 2 3 years. Services "ill he conducted Thursday, August 3. 1933. ai In a. ni. at the family residence, 111 Central Axetiue. Alameda. Interment. Mountain iew Cemetery. (Fowler-Anderson service ) MIKH In Berkeley. August 1. 1933, Clarence C. Miner, beloved husband of Isabelle Miner, father of Frederick and P'URlas Miner, brother of Henry c. and Ethelw vn E. Miner. A native of Brooklyn. New York. Aged 41 years 3 months T4 rtav s. Friends are respectfully Invited to attend funeral services Thursday, August 3. at in 30 n'eloi-k n. m. .at chapel of Edward E. Nicbaus c, , jr.io Croc street, at Hcrh street, Herkeley. IHIIM:HT -- I'assed on in Al-I'iiny. August 1. l:oi. Hetty June.- belfwd rtnuerhter of Mr. and .Mrs. Walter F. Mermen.;" native of California, aged 8 yea rs. Funeral 9Pr i, f,,r Hetty June Melinert. Thursday after-ttooti, Aliens! 3. 19:;.".. at il o'clock from "I'lic Little chapel of the Flowers" (Hull & luirsipt, Adeline Street at Ashhv Station,,, Bcrkeli . MOHKNO In Oakland. AutruM 7, 1!'".3, Mariana, loving mother of .Mis. Elvira M. Cheatham, Ioriar-i F. and Conrad A. Moreno and the l,ate JaunltR C. a nilorv nrt. n ra ml mot her of Mildred c. a nder v ort and Conrad F. Moreno; h native of California, nueri SO years. Friends y invited to attend the funeral from the Chapel of the Oaks, Friday, Auftust 4, t 2 p in. (Frank J. Youell, director.) I'l'.TR Y, IIMNHV CALVIN In ink la ml, July 31, 1933. beloved husbaml of Annie Hrnoke I'etrny; father of Dr. Henry C. Pet ray, Marian S. petrny, and A. Urook Petray; brother of Frank A. I'etrny and K. A. Petrny of HeahlwhurR. ami brother of Mm. Chester Hridfteford of Shu Fran-cisei, mid Mrs. Herbert Lawrence of 1 I ea id sbli t'vi . a native of 1 1 pa hlsbi; i , Cal, nurd 74 years; a member of Oakland Lode No. 1 1'. a ml A. .M ; l 'a l land t 'b.'i l-ter ,,f lloval A roll Nn. :ifi, and 0: k la ml l.oilcc No. I IS, I. ( i. ( i. I-'. Ft 'lends are invited to attend the funeral at 2.I0 o'clock. Weil-riesday afternoon, at the Chapel of the Ch imes, ( in k land. (Sorb of (Bbank We wish to express tn ntir many friends our sincere appreciation for their words of sympathy and floral offerings e. tended to us in our recent be-res v e me n t . We want to thank the officers of Frullvale Chapter No. 197, i'i E S , for the beautiful manner in which they conducted their service. JOHN HOMPELMAN AND FAMILY. S. F. DEATHS RAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2. The following deaths were on record yesterday in San Francisco: A7.ICH, Dujo CLARK, William Reuben CAROLAN. Mary KF.LLER, Andrew J. 65 years LEWIS. Julia M. MrDERMOTT. Charles F. O'CONNOR, Katie PRIVETTF- Mary Jane RYAN, Henry SMITH, Mathilda -88 yean STROH, Georce N. FLORISTS I Funeral Designs OUR SPECIALT? Oakland Floral Depot S. Oareae A Co. Florists and Nurserymen. 9.10 Washington at, PI erlmont 1287.1. Depot Phone LA keslde f,28l. Pnuon wlshlnn tn J Hi pldc4 cdrdor thdLnks orMemorium Notice will find 2 sijmpdtbeticdssist? dncein itswordina from 1 ract Gordon Classified Orpt, Tribune Off ic lAketld600a CLASSIFIED INDEX It Is moat eaay to find what you want In these paces look for the big boxed headlines at the top of each page In this order: 'Who Can Do It?' All business and profusions, announcement! (classei Nos, 100 and up.) Lost and Fnund (Noa. 4, I). EMPLOYMENT Claaaea Noa. 12 to 18. Help, Situations and F:mp!oy- ment offices the kind of work Is the flrat (or key) word alwayp. TO LET R o o m a and Apartment! (Claaaea 20 to 80). Each "To Let" class haa lta "Wanted" class following, with ame number followed by letter A No. 24. Rooma. No. 24A. Roomi Wanted. Houses, flats, ihopi, out-of-town, sanitariums, etc. (Claasea AO tn 3ft.) REAL ESTATE For Sale or Exchange (not to let. (Claaaea 40 o 49.) Classified by kind of property not location. I.e.; "Lota," "Houses," "Country." FINANCIAL Business Chancas, Stocks. Loans offered and wanted. MERCHANDISE Classes 60-T. M I a c e 1 1 a n e o u a Furniture, Pianos. Peta, Poultry, "Swapg. Claaaea 0-7. RADIO If you are interested in radio programs, tune in at 11 a. m. on KLX (about 40 on your dial 141 meters). AUTOMOTIVE 1 Not ony cars, but ran tali and travel. For auto repairs, sea Who Can Do It." Tn allclaases the "Wants" fol low the sales or rentals, as S4A "Autos Wanted." Claaaea 80 ta Former Coach of ) rop vv arner uies SEATTLE, Aug. 2. VP Carl M. Johanson, 69, known as "father of football at Cornell University," and Glenn "Pop" Warner's former coach, died hera yesterday. I.FC.AL NOTICE onIllA'; , c. m. . AN ORPIN ANCK ADP1NC, SECTION QiJ-i) T(i ORDINANCK NO 4TVi N. s TAKING C K RTAI N PROPERTY ol'T OF RKS1PENTIAL ZiiNK CLASS ' li ' ANtf PLAt'lNC SA.MK IN lit SIN ESS ZONE CLASS "(.'. " BE IT ORDAINEO l v the Council of the City of Oakland, as follow a : SECTION 1. Section 2t35) Is nerel.y added to Or,l ni.i nee No. 478S N. S. tn read as f.,l,,vvs: Se. to.ri L'i;::, i, Tlie real propertv hen iimfter il. scril.cd is h e r e h v taken out of K.Hl.'iitial Zone Class "H." and .a,-..,i ni Husiness Zone Class (' S;ii,l iMMpcitv is located in the City ,,f (iiiKlan.l. Countv of AUnieda. State of i alifornia. and is particularly described as follows, t o - vv i t : All lots fronting upon Foothill Roulevaid. bei ween "nm Avenue and Hollywood Boulevard, excepting: the rear K'.s fe.-t ,.f ots 2 and S as show n on -.Map ,,f uhrliv ision of Frank Silva Tract, file.l in the office ,,f i,e County lie, order of Alameda County. June I'Jtli. 1 so 7, in Book 1 F. of .Maps, l'aKc i'..",." IncJudinn also all Pus fronting Ul'on tlie south west or 1 v line of Myron Avenue, between Foothill HouleraTd and I o.T.j Avenue, and certain lots fronting upon the northerly hue of Las Talmas Street (formerly Foothill rioulevarili described as lota in to inclusive, of Block .1, as shown on "Map of lieveiiv Terrace. Oakland. Alameda Cmintv, Calif, f'lerl in the office of tlie County Recorder of .Maine, la county. June l'U3, in Hook 2S of Maps. T'aee IV SECTION L This Ordinance shall take effect immediately. In Council. Oakland.' Calif. July SI, IMS. Passed to print for two days liy the following vote: Avrs -Councilmen Arlett, Reach, Fiizper-ald, .lacohsen. Quinn, Nlnvieh and President McCracke n- 7 Noes None. Absent Councilmen liel'aoli and tleesh.im 2. W. W. CHAPPELL. Citv Clerk. . No. 2! Auk. 1st (2 T) ADV FinTINI'IMF.XT FOR Bin. Subjec-C' if conditions prescribed by t he, rfnderslg tied, sealed bids are Invlteii for construction of three tennis courts on the I'ntvcrsity of California l'a!npu, Rrtkeley, California. No bids received after I 1 oin A iM. August 7. Ill :'.:!. The right to reject any or all bids is reserved. Kit field information applv to Cashier's Window, California llnll. I'nl-versily of Calilomia, Herkeley. A deposit or JL.nn is required for enrh set of specifications anil drawings. Till: TiEOI'NTS OF Tim VN1VER-SITY OF CALIFORNIA. noticf: OF iifaiiim; application TO orKHATI, A ( AIIAIIKT. Notice Is liereby given I hat Sam Neliler has filed an application to operate a Cahnret at 311)5 j:. 14th Street, Oakland Notice is herehy further given that a hearing on said application will be held l,v the City Manager at his office, Room Citv Hall, on Monday, August 7. in,1;i, at 2 :to o'clock 1'. M , at which time and place anv persona interested may appear and file their objections, If any tliey have, W. W. CHAPPELL, Citv Clerk. Noftill Aug. 1 (3 T) l.l'ir.AI, NOTICK ORDINANCE NO. aiB. AN ORDINANCE AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2BS OF THF, COUNTY OF ALAMEDA ENTITLED "AN OltDINANOF, DESIGNATING THE NUMBER OF AND PROVIDING FOR THE COMPENSATION OF OFFICERS, J.,reKt'3 .AP.r,OMMISSI0NS' AND OF ASSISTANTS, DEPUTIES, h',J,V;tlK,.S' A1 ' A HKS AN'n OTHER PERSONS EMPLOYED IN THE sJK'llI'. AN,) INSTITUTIONS OF THE COUNTY FOR THE FISCAL 7r$3 Arjt-W1'. PnovmiNfi rules and reculations rela- NArrVVvr.rI.;oN'r' 'PEALING ALL RESOLUTIONS AND ORDINANCES INCONSISTENT THEREWITH." ,.., '"I1". T1"a,;(1 "'Supervisors of the County of Alameda, State of California, by a four-fifth, (.r,) ,-ote thereof, do ordain as follows: SECTION I. Subdivision 1R -ALAMEDA COUNTY CHARITIES COMMISSION (BOARD OF SUPERVISORS! of Paragraph 1, SECTION 2 OF ORDINANCE NO. 2fiS Is hereby amended lo provide for urgent necessities by adding: two (2; additional Items readl n g as follows: Item Nutnhor IH-"'. One (1) Chief Supervising Social Sea le rcaie h .Scale 226.00 f-Zb.OI) f,22.rp.fil f 225.00 122.', 00 Thirty (SO) Volunteer Social Workers at the compensation scale of V " . c-caie B Foals "'"i" None None a SECTION II Subdivision 1 C AT A M ED A COUNTY INSTITUTIONS' COMMISSION (BOARD OF SUPERVISORS! of Paragraph 1, SECTION 2 OF ORDINANCE No. 2S Is hereby amended as follows: 1. The following positions are hereby abolished: Item Number ic.'is Three (!) Junior Orderly at the compensation scale of S11' A Scale R Scale i; Scale D Scale E 'll,0 10.00 Jionri $10.00 J10.00 Item Number 1C-1H One (1) Utility Man "B" (part time) at the compensation scale of 2....,A B c f"""1" D Sc'le- E '6" 'm H0 00 IdO.OO ffiO.OO $60 00 ,ln Cr to Prnv1'1" for urgent necessltiea the following additional Items aie hereby added reading as follows: Ttem N'nmher IC-t? One (1) Clerk (part time) at the orai' a. scale H gcaie 7t-00 176.00 I7S.0O Item Number lC-a One (1) Junior Orderly at the compensatloi Scale A Scale n Scale C 126.00 J26.00 J2S.00 Item Number 1C-US One (1) L'tllltv Man ''h" (part lime) at th Scale A S.ale R Scale C 26 no , J L' f 00 J25.0U 8. The following positions are hereby amended to read as follows: I Iteni Number lC-16 Twelve (12) Junior Typists at Ihe compensation scale of Scale A Scale R Scale 0 Scale T) Scale E 170.00 170.00 J75.00 fSO.OO $86.00 (a) Item Number 1C-3 Seven f7) County Phvslclan "A" at the compensation scale of Scale A Scale B Scale ; Scale li Scale K $162.00 $162.00 $162.00 $162.00 $162.00 Hem Number 1C-M Vnctv.flve (46! Student Nurse c.i a fi.-uie rt Scale $11.00 $17.00 j;,7 . ... x- Thlr.y-.-o (32. Student Nuraa C i rnpenaaUon acal.f Scale A !' i( 00 $60.00 $10.00 FM i'5"T"h, following note Is hereby amended to read as follow,: NOTE O) Vn tlils Item forty of the persona in this position shall receive full maintenance. In this Item seven of Ihe persons In this position shall he empl-'vled full time and one of the person, in this no-ition shall be employed part time; foity of the persons In this position shall receive full maintenance and eight shall receive no maintenance. In thin item one person may ba a Nurse rnysio- t. The followingenort'eSls hereby added tn read as f""ow;,'J Note; (u) Persons occupying the position, designated as Item Nos. 1C-13; IC-15; 1C-16; 1C-1S and 1C-77 are for services as needed. SECTION III. t . . Subdivision S COUNTY LIBRARY of Paragraph 1, Section 2 ot ORDINANCE No. 268 Is hereby amended as to the follotylng Item: Item1 Number S-l 2 Three (3) Caretaker "B" at the compensation ecale of Scale A Scale B Scale C Scale D Br."Je . $7.60 $8.00 $9.00 $10.00 $11.00 Subdlvlalon 15-PR0BAT1ON OFFICER of Paragraph 1, Section 2. of ORDINANCE NO. 268 Is hereby amended n, p.B: 1. The following position Is herehy abolished: Item Number 15-17 One (1) Dental Assistant at the compensation sea e of Scale A Scale B Scale C br.VnF ?.nn an $75 00 $80.00 $86.00 $on.00 '10."n.n, 2. In order to provide for urgent necessltiea the following; additional Item ia hereby added reading as follows: Item Number 15-17 One (1) Dental Assistant at the compensation scale, of 6cale A Scale B Scale C S'ale D 6,c?' E $50.00 $60.00 $50.00 $o0.00 $60.00 SECTION V. Thla ordinance shall take effect and be In force Immediately. This Rr? nS anS late this Is an ordinance for the Immediata preserva-Uon of th. Pibll P M h and Safety, for the reason that the Coun ty of Alameda a confronted with a grave problem of unemployment and tLt It is ne?es,ary in order that the unemployed may receive proper medical and oTher 7.11." and the public peace, health and ..f.ty be ma n. talned that this Ordinance shall go into effect Immediately. Before the expiration of fifteen (15) day, after Its passage It shall be, published with the name, ot tho,e voting for and against the same for one week in OAKLAND TRIBUNE, a Newspaper published In said County of Alameda. Adopted hv the Board ot Supervisors of the County of Alameda on the 25th dav of July, 1033 by the following vote: AYES: Supervisors Caldeoott, Richmond. Wlxson and Chairman Hamilton 4. NOES: Supervisors None. ABSENT: Supervisor Jansen 1. WM. J. HAMILTON, Chairman of the Board of Supervisors of ths County of Alameda, State of California. ATTEST: GEO. B. GROSS, . . , County Clerk and Ex-offlclo Clerk of the, Board of Supervisors of ths County of Alameda, State of California. RniPH m mm IIULI II I U UIUI1 L 11 60,0 00:000: WATEH BILL Governor Expresses Desire That Many of Supporters Be Present at Ceremony SACRAMENTO. Aur. i Governor James Rolph Jr. announced today that he will sign the bill authorizing establishment of the $160000.000 state-wide water conservation setup Saturday morning at 11 o'clock in his office at the State capitol. The bill was' passed by the recent session of the Legislature. The governor said he will conduct a ceremony in his office in connection with signing of the measure, and he expressed the hope that many of Its supporters would be present to witness his action. The primary; purpose of the State's water program, embraced in the bill, is to transfer water from the Sacramento River to arid sections of the San Joaquin Valley. This would be accomplished through a system of conduits and pumping systems from tlie lower Sacramento River to Friant. Fresno County, where a dam and reservoir would be established. The water would then be relayed into Fresno, Madera, Kern and other San Joaquin Valley counties. Signing of the act will mark the climax of 10 years of discussion and investigation, during which $1,000.-000 was spent preparing for the project. The bill embraces a plan for inclusion of the water program in the Federal public aid program. Mi'.r; At, NO TICK MITK K IIIIIS FOR Fl ItMSIIIM. STAMItlll) I (i I T I O !V IIAT-TI0II1KS. The Council of the City of Oakland will receive sealed bids on Thursday, August 10, I'.i.'t.'l, between the hours of 8:00 o'clock P. M. and li lift o'clock l M., for furnishing Standard Ignition Ratleries lo the City of Oakland for remainder of the fiscal year ending .lime .1(1, 1031. Specifications and Man)' forms of proposals will he f n i n I sn en by the city Clerk on applioat Ion. Ronil for J-Miii AO to he given by successful bidder as a guarantee for faithful performance of contract. Contract to be entered into within 1 A days after award thereof, Ralterlea to he furnished as required. W. W. CHAPPELL. City Clerk of (he City of Oakland. No. 32 Aug. 1, IMS (ST.) I.KC.AI, NOTICK Worker at the compensation scale of ( sea e d Sca n v. C Reals Boa la E None None compensation scale of Scale D Scale E $76.00 $76.00 i scale of Scale D Scale E $25.00 $25.00 e compensation scale of ficale D Scale K $26.00 $'.'5.(1(1 p ai ine i-iiiii,o,ruv,, " f: Scale T Scale E.,' 00 $.)(.Ult di.uu r ivi $17.00 1C.I7 IN HUSBAND'S PATH Mrs. Floyd Bennett, widow of the heroic aviator who died after a rescue flight to Greenley Island, is shown with Jack Bishop, crack pilot, who is teaching her to fly. She intends to continue the Bennett name in aviation history. A. P. photo. Floyd Bennett's Widow Takes First NEW YORK, Aur. 2.-The name of Floyd Bennett, aviator who sacrificed his life rcscuinR the Bremen fliers on Greenley Island, isn't going to disappear from the horizon of American aviation. Bennett's widow took her first lesson recently at the controls of an airplane at Floyd Bennett airport, named in her late husband's memory. H U S S-J R P ft N T TOKYO, Aug. 2.- (P) A new source of Russo-Japanese friction was disclosed today when tho foreign office instructed the consul general at Vladivostok to obtain tlie release of ton Korean fishermen held prisoners by the Soviet secret police and to protest to Soviet authorities. An official report from Seoul, capital of Korea, said the secret, police seized six Korean fishing boals in Possiet Bay. Of the 34 men in the crews, 24 were released. Three Japanese fishermen were killed off Kamchatka Peninsula June 14 allegedly by Russian coastguards. Japan sent a protest to Soviet authorities, who charged tbnt .Tonanpi destrover had land ed a party on Kamchatka subse quently. Stuffed' Man Found With Stolen Coat SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2. A fur coat for these foggy mornings seemed like a good idea early this morning, to Waldo Hamilton, 27, no fixed address, so he shoved his foot through a showcase at 831 Market Street, grabbed a fur coat, and ran. A pedestrian heard the crash of glass and called police. A radio car hit the trail and searched diligently, but found nobody carrying a fur coat. However, they did spot Hamilton walking briskly along, his overcoat buttoned to the chin. "That guy has a kind of stuffed look. Let's investigate," suggested Sergeant John Crofton. Hamilton was wearing the fur coat beneath his own, and was panting like a cornered rabbit. 10 San Leandro Boys To Be Tribune Guests SAN LEANDRO, Aug. 2. -Ten San Leandro boys will see the wrestling matches at the Auditorium in Oakland Friday night as guests of Manager H. P. Gleason, Tribune circulation, as winners in a San Leandro district contest. The boys, named by Gleason today, are Bob Gordon, Harris Jones. Fred Arp, David James, Sandy McMur-ray, Henry Harsh. Solly Gall, Mel Bentley, Louis Backall and Bill Sturgis. P.-T.-A. Will Resume Season With Picnic Elisabeth Sherman P.-T. A. will inaugurate its activities of the Fall term with a picnic party, Friday, in Dimond Park. Festivities are scheduled to start In the morning at 10 o'clock, and will continue through the afternoon to 4 o'clock. Members will be privileged to entertain friends. All those attending have beene asked to bring luncheons. NEW BANK OFFICER. WOODLAND, Aug. 2. P. G. Friday, who has been manager of the Knights Landing branch of the Bank of America for the past several years, yesterday assumed the duties of trust officer in the Bank of America here. Walker Apperson, who formerly held the position, has been named manager of the Williams branch of the bank. Friday has made his home in Woodland, although he was employed In, the Knlghti Landing bank. . , ; 1 Flying Lesson Jack Bishop, her instructor, was enthusiastic about her ftptitude for flying. "She the greatest natural , flier I've ever seen." he exclaimed. "Of course, her first lesson doesn't prove a great deal, but it was enough to show me that she's going to develop into a real pilot; Mrs. Bennett's purpose, she said, is to help keep her husband's memory green in aviation. JOBLESS RELIEF Unemployment, relief in Alameda County has declined almost 30 per cent since March of this year, the Charities Commission reported today. There were 65,000 persons registered as receiving aid in March. This has dropped steadily until today the figure is 45,804, with the decline continuing. The most rapid decline in the number receiving relief took part in April and May, the commission states. The decline hgs not been so marked for June ancrJuly, but tj-ie effect of the "new deal" on the August figure is being anticipated with much interest. Neck Ailment Sends Screen Star to N. Y. NEW YORK. Aug. 2 (U.R) Sylvia Sidney, agitated by reports she staged a one-actress strike at the Paramount studios in Hollywood, wanted it to be known today that she stopped work because of a neck ailment requiring expert medical attention. The screen star arrived with her mother, Mrs. Beatrice Sidney, her secretary, a personal maid and her attorney. She planned to undergo examinations today and then decide whether to go to Europe for treatment. Miss Sidney described her ailment as glandular trouble which caused her neck to swell. Woman Is Victim Of $35 Robbery Mrs. Grace Catucci, who operates a grocery store at 8040 Telegraph Avenue, last night paid $35 for a bolt of clolh she didn't want, and today would like to lay robbery charges against the two men who worked an old racket on her. She was serving a customer who carried under his arm, a bolt of cloth, when a second man entered, who immediately offered to buy the cloth for $35. Mrs. Catucci agreed to cash a check so that the deal could be completed. As she returned to the eounter with the money, thef irst man snatched it from her hands, and both men ran from the store, leaving the cloth on the counter. Nicaragua Arsenal Blast Wounds Four MANAGUA, Nicaragua, Aug. 2. (7P) Modified martial law was declared today after a series of explosions in the Campo de Marte arsenal caused considerable destruction and injured four members of the National Guard. None was killed. About 500 men were ordered to "Managua from Leon and guards were stationed at the arsenal. Meanwhile the government ordered an investigation. Chas. Merrill Gets U. S. Mineral Post SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 2. Charles W. Merrill. 33, Stanford graduate in geology in 1922, has been appointed chief of the San Francisco office of the division or mineral statistics of the United States Bureau of Mines, it was announced here today, . Merrill comes here from Wash ington, D. C, where be was engaged in -the study of gold, silver and . tin.- ,. -. - -.- .; .. . Z - j FIGURES-SHRINK ROLPH HER DEATH STAY: IS PAL Regan to Die Friday for Officer's Holdup Death, But Partner Wins Delay SAN QUKNTIN PRISON. Aug. 2. --Joseph F. Regan. Los Angeles killer, was removed to the death cell today, awaiting his execution on Friday, after Warden James B. Holohan was notified by Governor James Rolph Jr. that Regan's plea for a stay of execution has been denied. At the same time. Rolph advised Holohan that he has granted a reprieve to Jack D. Green, companion of Regan in the murder of a Los Angeles policeman. Green, scheduled to hang with Regan on Friday, was reprieved to Septem ber 15. a The Governor said he felt he) should pive Green's attorneys an opportunity to present an answer to the findings of the I.os Angeles Bar Association's investigation of alleged irregularities in the jury prooceedings which convicted the two men, particularly Green, for killing Tatrolman Hugh Crowley during a holdup. The Bar Association investigated a report that D. P. Austin, the jury foreman, attempted to influence hia" colleagues during their deliberations on the question of whether Green and Regan should get life) imprisonment or the death sentence. The Bar Association stated it found no indication of irregularity or misconduct. Governor Rolph said he wanted to be perfectly fair to Green's defense, but that he saw no ground warranting clemency for Regan, who admitted firing the shots that killed Crowley. Evidence hasvbeen presented showing that Green did not fire a shot in the pistol battle between Regan and Crowley after Regan and Green attempted to hold up a Westwood theater. Calvin Petray, 74, Educator, Is Buried Services were held at the Chapel of the Chimes today for Calvin Petray, 74, well known educator, who died Monday at the home ot his son, 5533 Thorn Road. Petray, native of Healdsburg and a graduate of San Jose State Teachers' College, spent more than half a century as principal in Sonoma and Alameda County schools. Prior to his retirement in 1928. he had been an Oakland public school principal for 23 years, his last post being as principal of Woodrow Wilson Junior High School. Surviving are the widow, Mrs. Annie Brooke Petray; two sons. Dr. H. C. and. Brooke Petray, and a daughter Marian. Services were in the hands of the Truman Company. The body was cremated at the California Crematorium. Yolo County Hunter ' Bags Season's First WINTERS, Aug. 2. Norval Mor Ian of Winters claims the distinction of being the first Yolo County hunter to bag a deer this season. He arrived home at 7 o'clock yesterday morning with his deer, killed in the Putah Canyon hills. The fact that the deer was only a 50-pounder did not alter the fact in Morlan'i opinion that he was the first to return with a supply of venison for his family. RIVER GAVE HIM MONET MEDFORD, Ore. Keith Walker, 10, wanted firecrackers for the Fourth, but didn't have any coins. So he went out along a stream near' Jacksonville and panned some sand and gravel. He got 75 cents' worth of gold, and his firecrackers. Satisfaction is assured with TRIBUNE PRESS JOB PRINTING Our equipment, test mate t rials, greaFcare and atten tion, and the rigid tests to which all work is subjected, ; make every job we do' satisfactory. has to fysl ; The Tribune Press Trinlm . Ptiliihtrt . Enrtvtrl . UnJtrt Sixth Floor, Tribune Building OAKLAND, CAtlF. Phone tAksiide 6000 Locals 99 and 9(f

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