Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 1, 1932 · Page 14
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 14

Oakland, California
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Thursday, December 1, 1932
Page 14
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1932 J- It i 1 1 i i I i . t HI, . fl&Crttsh Deaths for 11 Months Reported . BAN LEAKDRO, Dec. 1. Local police r "knocklps on wood" these flays, hoping that December will end without bringing- any fatalities as a result of automobile accidents within the city limits. To date, San Leandro has passed , the 11 months of 1932 without a ' alngle fatality due to automobile accidents, records of Police Chief J, F. Peralta show. Accidents average ahout one weekly, with only two persons severely injurod during the year, and less than 2 0 other persons receiving even minor Injuries. ManlPays Wife With Tiny Spuds WABASH, Ind., Dec. 1. CP) Pretty small potatoes, commented the Judge, and probably contempt of court besides. He had ordered Frank Defong to deliver a bushel of potntoes to his estranged wife. In came Mrs. Delxm to complain that an inch rule' would be Iohr enough to measure the largest potato in the bushel. .The Judge ordered DeLonjf to trial for contempt. Choral of School to Give Benefit Concert The Choral Society and orchestra of the College of the Jloly Names will give a benefit concert and will sponsor a lecture tonight .In the Oakland Auditorium, in aid r)f relief work of the Sisters of the Holy Family. " Jtev. Charles V. Carroll of the 1'niversity of San Fia in o will speak on "The Joy of Life." The musical program will In-clude overt ures, choral numbers, violin duets, vocal octettes, harp I and flute duets and other numbers. MM u n mmm For the first of the month w.e offer an J Extra Shopping Day APPLES Fancy Northern J ft g Borne Beauty Tibs. XV BANANAS Vloe to alio tk a eereala O Iks. IOC ORANGES Larf aew crop Sujjv mmr kist navels..., 0tt.n GRAPEFRUIT Coaehella Valley, J " large and aweet ... k for XC VEGETABLES Carrots, beets, tur- o Ea nips, radishes, etc... O for )6 CAULIFLOWER Large white n fis Snowball heads ... fr J2H LETTUCE To aerve In O Cm dally salads for JC GEM POTATOES Selected grade or M. nipthern potatoes AiJ lbs. 4i7t These prices effective Thursday, Friday and Saturday, Dec. 1, 2 and 3 Open Saturday Another new Hagstrom Store at the corner of 73rd Avenue and East 14th St This makes a total of 32 Hagstrom Stores now in operation. Phone TRinidad 8100 for the addrett of your nearest store. COFFEE S. & W.. delicious mellow'd blend... Lb. 2&MfG Milk Golden Valley, pure evaporated. (Limit 2) cans Coffee Hagstrom'i, you can't buy ft'TtiP better quality Pound $f Tree Tea Green, OO i2.ib. LLC S & W Peaches Finest quality halves in 1fftm .No. 2Vz canAJV S30c. GLOBE A-l FXMIL FLOUR (Limit I, either size) a 10 s6c ;,jb-57c SUGAR Pure cane in cloth bags. (Limit, .10 lbs.) 10 ib.. jar 49c Mayonnaise Best Foods on Qt. Pint LUK, Butter Golden Valley, from fresh 7t4 sweet cream. .Solid pound jJw Eggs r resh-gathercd large white extras in cartons. . . .Dozen Sliced Bacon Puritan. Cello-wrapped. " IT 'ff 4 (Limit 2 pkgs.) . -pound JL JL m Borden Cheese Swiss, American, Chateau 3mr m and others . . . . Yz -pound A J C I CAMPBELL'S 3 SOUPS I KABAFUTO I Your choice of all varieties we carry (Limit 6) Genuine deep sea crab meat. 15c (Li;,2) 1 r SNc35C- Del Monte Peas Popular Early Garden pack. O No. 2 IP" - (Limit 4). canipC Tomatoes Del Monte solid O No. 2Y2 4Q mm pack (Limit A) L cansXiJjgjV Sliced Beets ' Diamond "A," delicious' a A and colorful.'. . .No. 2 can J1UC Chicken Broth Meadow Farm, fine with 0 0 rice or noodles Can Arw Leslie Salt Pours freely from O for P the big red carton. , . JL S & W Preserves ?-Tb!'jar 48C 3-lb.7ar44C Log Cabin Syrup Pure cane and DLOtf maple Medium n&i0 Sesame Oil Globe A-l, the finest grade of salad oil ... y Pint JL t Ginger Ale Oakland Club, sparkling Q bot- mm pale dry. . O tles&C Jell-O Favorite gelatine dessert, 4 all flavors Package Prime Rib Boast ""'.'...pound 13C Leg of Pork ar.:. " IOC POT ROASTS KonUt, Shoulder rib. Lb. AaV Pound JLOC BACON Hormel's best, machine sliced. pound . . 12c PURE LARD, lb... 7c STEAKS f)7 g I rime rib.V fAj Uin or round. Lb. J&J&U Pound ,J.V HAMS rAi Cudahy Puritan, whole or half. .Pound AfV CORNED BEEF Bottom round, fine flavored . , . Pound TO BE SENT Tl LABOR GAMPS Beggars Must Work or Leave Oakland, Says Carr in War on ProfesfiionaiH FnUo'.'Ing- up the police campaign against "panhandllnK'' or professional bPggari on the downtown streets. City Manager Ossian 11. Carr declared that they rnn get out of Oakland or get to work hut they must quit "panhandling." Carr said that the question of the professional beggar r a nniit he solved merely by making him cease to beg, since the man must live, but opening of the state labor camps will give Oakland an outlet for these men. "We have no right to railroad anybody to a labor camp," said Carr, "but the labor campVisthere and the work i? there. If the panhandler does not want to work, which he will prrfbably not want, then he can get out of town. We have too big a problem, trying to help worthy people, to waste much, time on those who live by beggary. other people are trying to gel work for a living." Carr declared that the earning of professional beggars on th" downtown streets is "at present better, on the average, tban Hi" all-year-round average wages of a boss carpenter." Pre-rlnventory crific: 1 OUR ENTIRE STOIXOF Goodyear, United States and Firestone Tires at Unbelievable Prices! o (While They Last) This is your opportunity to equip your car with standard brand tires at the lowest prices you ever heard sf. We are closing out all these brands in order to confine our efforts to selling FISK Tires and Tubes Exclusively (Complete selection, bui not all sizes in all makes) JUST LOOK AT THESE PRICES Boy Scout Dinner Invitations Sent RICHMOND, Dec. 1. Invitations to the annual dinner of the ISerkeley -Contra Costa Boy Scout area council to be held on December 6 at the. Hotel Claremont are, being distributed heT by Iilch-mond lloy Scouts. Those who have received Invitations are: Dr. C. Walter Cole, Fred Sill, Louis "(-rard, T. G. Gray, ' C. Shallen-berger, J. E. Durand, Key. A. Al-den I'ratt, H. L. lluiin, Wlllard I'nngp, Charles Finney, John Miller, Dr. D. II. Fraser, Dr. A. II. Hlnkley, J. N. Holden, .1. A. 11c-Vlttie, Gifford Douglas and W. I Cooper. Danish Author to BERKELEY, Dec. 1. Mrs. Thlt Jensen, Danish author and lecturer, will tye the guest of honor at a meeting of the University of California Scandinavian Club, to be held at 8 p. m. Saturday In Stephens Union Building on the campus. Christian Jensen, baritone, will sing, and the evening will clo-ie with dancing. 4.40-4.50-4.50 4.75 5.00 6.50-6.50- 6.50- 6-Ply Heavy Du': . $ 7.61 7.83 8.08 . 8.88 9.14 . 979 . 10.08 , . 10.33 . 21 20 21 .... -19 .... -19 .... 20 .... , 18 19 20 21 10.62 18 10.66 19 10.98 18 11.78 19; 12.04 20 12.29 21 12.76 18 14.32 19 14.57 20 14.83 Standard 4-Ply f 5.44 . 5.58 . 6.24 . 6.63 . 6.85 . 7.54 . 7.76 . 8.01 . 8.27 . 8.41 . 8.70 . 9.24 . 9.53 . 9.82 10.11 Peerless Patliiindcr Oldficld $ 4.24 4.69 4.80 5.55 5.78 5.96 6.60 6.79 6.94 7.13 7.35 7.46 8.29 8.48 30x32 O. S. 31x4 32x4 33x4 32x42 33x42 34x42 Peerless Pathfinder Oldfleld .$ 3.79 . 6.49 . 6.68 7.50 . 9.65 . 9.94 10.85 TRUCK TIRES 30x5 ..; $13.41 35x5 : 20.77 32x6, 8-ply 22.33 32x6, 10-ply 27.41 These ire Guaranteed all Firsts, New Tires, by the Manufacturer Also Special Prjes on Tubes PACIFIC TIRE SALES CO. Ltd. d 12th and Harrison Sts. GLencourt 4020 OAKLAND CHRIS TMA iAVHy&S CLUES II, lr are the plan: CLASS S... Tot 5 cents the first week, 10 rents the second week, increasing 5 ccnU each week, and receive 63.75 CLASS 5A... Pay $2.50 first week, $2.45 second week, decreasing 5 cents 1 each week and receive 63.75 CLASS 25 ... Pay 25 cents each week and receive 12.50 CLASS SO... . Pay 50 cents each week, and re-ceire 25.00 CLASS lOO... Fay $1.00 each week, and re- ccive 50.00 CLASS ZOO... Pay $2.00 each week, and receive 100.00 CLASS 500... Pay $5.00 each week, and receive 25M0 CLASS lOOO... Pay $10.00 each Week, nnd receive 500.00 ...with interett added if U payments are made regularly or in advance Eight plans! Eight easy ways to have the gift money you need for Christmas 1933! Begin jnow to make sure that next year's Christmas will be easy on the purse and thus happier than ever before. Our 1933 Christmas Savings Club is open. Select the plan that suits you best. Join NOW! CENTKAIL SAVINGS IBANK CENTIIAI, NATIONAL IBANK A f filiated Inttltuttont BROADWAY AT FOURTEENTH STREET BRANCTIES: Forty-Ninth and Telegraph . . . Frnitvale Avenue and East Fourteenth StrMB. Or Z-L "m ' 1 ' 1

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