Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on August 5, 1932 · Page 7
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 7

Oakland, California
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Friday, August 5, 1932
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s OAKLAND TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1932 MANHEIM MAZOR Broadway at I5ih,akani For your fiftiFall dress, choose file of the nevo SHEERS Dresses with capes.,'. . druses tcith 3A coats or hip length jackets and one piece styles. Oakland's finest moderately priced . Specialty Shop GOVERNMENT TO TAKE II! .Your Sheer may be one of the .lovely gossamar wool or one of , the silks so wool-like in appearance, you'd stake the ancestral plate on it. Styles are delightfully deceptive for they make one- appear taller and ' positively willowy , , , and who in the feminine realm would object to that I Note the new ' shades: '---'j--' Black : Rhum Brown Bordeau Beetroot 'French Navy ' DressesSecond Floor I i J . : '..-.-- II mi 1 19" .. n GERMAN Private Concessions to Be Cancelled 'as Politic Issue Broadcast Decree GETS NEW 'DRESS' Home Owned MANMEIM MAZOR . Broadway at f5th, Oakland You simply must look your very nicest for the approaching , Home Operated Here am some suggestions for your Back-to-Scnool list. , . Print Tub Frocks r. Jkm Colorful print on newer dark backgrounds,' lire to excite, Oh' Ah'a ot admiration. Pi 7 to 14. J for SM White Middies, 6-16,1.00, 1.50 Navy Sweaters ... ...... .2.25 Serge Skirts . , . . ..2.95 to 6.95 Midshipman Jackets .... .3.95 Tub Frocks. 3 to 12 ......1.00 , Regulation Cym Suits ,,v .2.25 New Jersey Frocks . .2.95, 4.95 School Goats 8 95 '' 10" 13 ,s Swanky style In smart tweed and polo for Miss 3 to 14. Girls' Shop Second Floor By ROBERT 5IACK. WASHINGTON, Aug. 6. (CPA) Upheaval ot Germany' pregen semi-public broadcasting system and Its conversion to full govern ment operation for use largely as a political instrument, is planned by the new Von Pa pen government The Increasingly Important role radio has played in German cam-paignlng. which reached a high pitch during the sanguinary na I'oiihi election for the Reichstag last week, motivated the plan. The nationalization fcbciirc, according to European report here, will be carried Into effect sortly. Under it, nrnadcaMliix - concessions now held bjr wini-public companies .would he with drawn and a state system In-Mailed under strict government supervision. Political broadcast would be con trolled by the "Relchssender." the xuoernower station located nt Koenlgswusterhausen, near Berlin und supervised by government of ficials. Thl station would serve as the 'key for a state chain for political broadcast, a weH as all official news broadcasts. The plan was formulated by the ministries of Interior anil of posts and telegraphs. The broadcasting concession would be withdrawn from existing companies under a special clause In the existing eon tract, which otherwise would run until 1938, A new government broadcasting company would bel llfllllCU mill .4 fci wvnk v. tin .af- ttal held by the Reich and the ie malning 49 per cent by th federal Stajea. , AH present private owners of broadcasting stock would be paid off In full. The scheme . provides for nine new regional companies, each pre sided over by a director of programs, responsible to a commission appointed by the governmen! of his particular state. Now the 24 high and low power station are under state control ly virtue of their government ownership. ,; Hut ' there are nine broadcasting organizations, on for each state, whose programs are handled by concesHlonarles. A tax of 69 cents per month on each of the some.4,lu,u(i set in tne country supports the system. (Copjrllt, loan, for Tin imuvai.) Veterans to Hold Olympic Flag Rites BAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 5. Ca nadian and American war veteran organization will hold a massed colors ceremony preceding tin.' British Empire vs. united states track and field contests at the pout Olympic Games to be held here at the Kezar stadium August 14, It was announced today by Bam Goodman, manuglng. director. Approximately 160 stands of col ors, representfrlg flag of all na tions, will give the a,lute as tne opening gesture of the contest, according to 8. II. Grant, commander of the California Canadian Legion, who la In charge of the ceremonies Columbia iark Boys and Crown colonics societies will also take part In the ceremonies. A pageant of notions, directed by S. G. Manson, will be another feature, of the post Olympic Games. Among the nations represented in native costume will be Hungary, Poland, Greece, Bavaria, America, Japan and Italy. 77ic Specially Shop MAZOR- Broadway at 15th, Oakland 1 1 r ranKiy s these are Shop the friendly way al Manheim-Mazor's ... say "Charge It." ""Accounts sxranged-'-Af ezzanine 1 I peaK ing . . . "what's left '. Summer slocks must he cleared . . . reductions have been breathtaking and the result is our quality apparef at clearance prices unbelievably low! Items are on sale only as long as quantities last. ...... - ... .;."' : " No exchanges All salei final No refunds Just 177 Summer Silk Dresses 7 .85 formerly to 19.75 A splendid group of daytime dresses and several lovely evening gowns. ' Exclusive Dresses for street, aft-) efnoon, dinner. Were to 39.50 ) 53 Coats. Tweeds, polos, silks ) and wool crepes. Were .to 25.00. .. ) 55 Summer Coats. Ensem nblc) )....) ' Sport and dress Summer Coats 13 .00 formerly to 29.50 ''; Swagger tweeds and polos for sports and furred .type for dress. types and furred. Were to 35.00 55 Man-tailored Suits. Smart) suits formerly priced to 29.50. .......) 96 Girls' Silk Dresses in broken sizes 3 to 14. Were to 5.95 43 Girls' Coats. Broken lines) for sports and dress. Were to 1 2.95 . . ) 47 Straw Hats. Closing cut every ) summer straw hat. Were to 10.00. . . ) ,,. . - i Cotton Tub Frocks of the better ) type. Formerly to1 10.95. , ... ... . . J Morning Frocks of ABC prints. ) rayons and dimities. Reg. 1 .95 ) 13-85 .9.00 I7.00 I3.00 2-65 7.00 I-85 3.88 l.oo ' Scores of other -bargains, not mentioned here, will go ; to early, thrifty shoppers. Be here when the doors open. s''V t-lr Hn t 1- I i s.. . ,..,i,i ,. , ''eT'" feiw t M 1 he new-old Abrahamson building, at the south-east corner of Thirteenth and Washington streets, the remodeling and modernization of which has just been completed. The project was a part of the "dressing up" program worked out for the downtown shopping district by the Downtown Property Owners' association, co-operating with building owners. 'New Building Now Stands On Old Abrahamson Site The modernizing of the Abra- the program for the association. hamson building, located at the southeast corner of Thirteenth and Washington streets, was pronounced officially complete today; The project, second to be com pleted under the Downtown Prop erty Owncra association program of "dressing up" the main Oaklnnd nuslness district, adds another modern structure lo the city' list of business blocks. Modern vertical lines predomi nate In the remodeled building, te-placlng. the bay windows, cornices and ornamentation ot, the period during which it was originally con structed.- American encaustic til ing, green in color, has been used to cover the brick walls. The building Is owned by Jules snd Hugo Abrahamson, through whose cooperation the moderniza tion project - fras completed, ac cording to J. H. King, In charge otj E. T. Foulkes Is architect for the program - while the association committee is composed of Norman Ogllvleschalrman; Martin Marks, Irving Jtlnns and King. ' The first project eomplete'dwas tne remodeling' or the Jonas build Ing at the northwest coiner of Eleventh street and Rrondwny. The third will bo the ln'odcrnizHtloin of the II. K. Gluke building in the southwest corner of Twelfth .and Washington streets. The contract (or the latter project Was signed this week by Roscoe Havens, president of the Blalte estate, and work is to be started Immediately, according to Harold Weber, secre-lary-manager-Of the property owners' group. Many other store, and office buildings In the downtown shopping center are to be remodeled In accordance with plans of the association, Weber said. Girl Novices Kill Deer But Teacher Draws Blank CASTRO VALLHY, Aug. 6: Harry Howell, local sportsman, today is experienced quite a few era-harraxsing moments. Rowell at the opening of deer season, offered to take his daugh- er, Elizabeth, and his niece, Grace Bartram, on a deer hunting expedition Into the Llvermore hills near Sunol. "Watch me carefully, Iris, and I'll show you how to knock 'em over," Rowell said. To date Howell has not downed deer but each of the novices Is iiedlted witlh an animal. Con- Iderlng that the hunt was the first for both, thti performances are creditable, Rowell admits, taking solace for his own defeat through the accomplishment. Miss Rowell early yesterday accounted' for a three-point 126-pounder. The opening morning Mlfs Bartram knocked over a big follow with her first shot. Both girls, accompanied by Rowell, are going back Into the mountains for the week-end. "We are going to take papa along and snow mm how deer are shot," Miss Howell, who is 17, to day confided to friends. NEW MODEL! If 4l jNewest Type Tubes Super-Heterodyne Jackson-Bell - $ 31 .45 $..OOAWiSEEC TREMENDOUSLY improved performance far better than ever before! Greater sensitivity and selectivity, added volume, - and greater clarity. This popular, powerful Jackson-Bell now has a perfected circuit, and the new, revolutionary Cunningham tubes! The radio-frequency pentode and variable-mu is a triple-grid, super-control amplifier. Audio-frequency pentode tube! Screen grid! All the latest improvements, JUST RELEASED! Surpasses practically every older model, regardless ot price or Bize. Also an ideal second set, for bedroom or den. Attractive, - compact burl-walnut effect cabinet. A super-1932 special at 131.45. Convenient terms, SI a week. See it at our store. Mail and phone orders filled. Sent prepaid anywhere for free inspection. GENSLER.-LEE COR. 19TH AND BROADWAY, OAKLAND -32 Years of Service, 16 Stores in America 1 GENSLER-LEE, Corner 19th and Broadway, Oakland ' Gentlemen : I would be glad to have you send me, delivery prepaid, the new $31.45 Jackson-bell Super-heterodyne Radio for my FREE inspection. If satisfactory,' I will send weekly payments of $1.00 as advertised. Otherwise I'll return promptly at your -expense. Your JT4) (in full) . .......... Address.. -! . Otj cr P. 0.. 111 FLEET TO MANEUVER THIS IEK-EN0 Lesson in Interruption of French Communications Incidental to Exercises Codkley and Band To Play In South A dinner dance at the Athens Athletic Club tomorrow "evening wlil mark the farewell appearance of Tom Coakley and his orchestra after an engagement of 18 months. Coakley and his entire group of musicians, Including Miss Virginia Haig, specialty singer, will open at the Hotel Roosevelt in Hollywood. . . The club orchestra will play every night at the Hollywood hotel Bv WALLACE R. DEUEL. ROME. Aug. 5. Subscribers in southern Italy and Sicily have re-reived polite requests from the telephone company that they excuse any poor service for the next tw8 weeks because the ftitHan avyi beginning Saturday. Is holding grand maneuvers off the southern coast, and as a consequence an extra strain will be put on the facilities of communication. Premier Benito Mussolini himself will observe the maneuvers from his yacht Aurora and will review the fleet In the Gulf, of Taranto when the exercises are over. About 100 surface ships. 30 submarines and 23 squadrons of airplanes will engage in the display. The principal problem of the maneuvers consists of an attempt by one force to convoy ships from the Lybian ports to, the Oulf ,of Taranto, and by another force fa prevent this. It is hoped to test thoroughly the co-ordination between the air and naval forces, the effectiveness of plane attacks on ships, services of communications, and the system of coast defense. Official announcements Indicate that the maneuvers will give training In the maintenance of communications between the Italian motherland and the colonics. Taking this view of the exercises, the con voying forces would represent a hypothetical enemy. The importance of Italy's colonies,, however. Is much less than 'that of Krance's North African possession and the maneuvers obviously will provide experience in interrupting communications between Algiers and France, as well as in maintaining communication between Lybia and Italy. (Copyright. 1933. for lh TRIBUNE.) V. of F. W. Council Guest in Richmond RICHMOND, Aug. 5. Members of the California Central County council of Veterans of Foreign War auxiliaries met here last night as gUests of Honot auxiliary of Richmond. Mrs. Christine Newell, council president, presided at the meeting, which was held at. the Memorial hall. Following the business session a banquet was served under the direction of Mrs. Kate Hhallenberger, Mrs. Ornce Blount, 'Mrs. Lillian Jones, Mrs. Minnie Vickery, Mrs. Rhea- Hunt and Mrs. Pearl Outman. ' and broadcast over a Pacific coa.l. network every evening, except Sun. day, from 11 to 12 p. m. Coakley plans to add a tango orchestra ta his group for the southern engagement.' Coakley's orchestra consists en. tirely of California, Stanford-an St. Mary's students or recent graduates. Many of the boys will con tinue-their studies at Southern California or U. C. L. A. According to the club entertainment committee, more than 500 reservations have been made for the evening. Coakley's successor has not as yet been named. RICHMOND RITES HELD RICHMOND, Aug. 6. Furteral rites for Domenlco Gobba, 63, of El Cerrlto, were held today at the St. John's Catholic church. Rosary was held last night at the Ryan funeral rhapel. Gobba, who had lived in EI Cerrlto for the past 19 years, died Wednesday at a hos pital here. Following the funeral services interment 'was in St. Joseph's cemetery. GOLD MAN'S 4th, a,t WAS MING TON Oakland-' Big Redactions! For Quick CLEfiRMJ 110 SILK DRESSES Were lo $9.75 Odds and Ends To Clear at 95 and $2.95 Dresses $3.95 Silks, prints. Broken sizes. Dresses Zv $5.95 Street;; and evening. Broken sizes. .. g&i Dresses ; $7.95 Better grades. Broken sizes. Dresses "?o $1 0.95 Better grades. Broken sizes. - r Goldman's Second Floor SESAME OIL dds a new tkliah to uour SALADS A salad dressing made with Globe "Al" Salad Oil creates new interest in salads ... for here is a clear, brilliant oil with a delicate flavor unlike anything you have ever used before. It is Pure Sesame Oil . . . ptcssed from tiny, delicious sesame seeds . . . and Sesame Oil has been regarded as the world's finest oil since antiquity. 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