Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on November 13, 1936 · Page 26
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4- D OAKLAND TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1936 State Likely SAFE HOME AGAIN flGUA CALIENTE Ml St IS 121 RATTLERS -To Lose Taxes STORE TAKING Ferries, Trains To Operate Late Metropolitan Oakland' residents w m w si aaaaai - - -w X.-.iw r nnm nrn - 'i. 11,-SEI.F , KOSTH HOLLYWOOD. Nov. (.TV-Runnlnf amuck In a Jealous , fraor. a film sjjudlo worker killed t:i divorcee lancuaay, Diuageonea ' ?;t; fcet toother, attempted to shoot her . yminf son, and then committed sui iiAm. nrtllr rtnorted twiv. Two day I of quarreling, Detective T 5 Lieutenant William G. Marr laid, tmded last night When Mr. Both Chamberlin, 30, waa abot down by vm 3 Richards, 34, her boarder I i the started to accompany him on 'a walk. 'i, . Ten feet from the door Richarda lulled out ( revolver, the detective (aid, and fired twice at Mrs. Cham . . certain. - .. Her mother, Mra. Emma Levy, B9, , visitor in the house or the evening". : and Jay Clifford. Chamberlain, 9, her ton, i creamed In terror. When , he turned the revolver on ' : I-'rs. Levy, ahe struck it it - Rich-l ards then knocked her unconscious and chased after Am boy, who fled to a neighbor'! home. M Detective Marr said the "frenzied p-.an fflred twice -at tha youngster, tha MtlIt. want Bli-h. .. ards ran into a bedroom.- then, and I rut a bullet through hit own bead.' ? Oakland er Injured In Albany Crash ALBANY, Nov, 13-Hugh Watts, , 81, of 8pS7 17th Street, Oakland, received head injuries yesterday when -vhe waa struck by a car Derated .. by Stephen A. Brown, of Seattle, as M attempted to cross San Pablo A- nue at Solano. He waa treated' tha Humbold Hospital, SAN rRANCISCO, Nov.' 13:-California probably never will col lect $28,000 In State income taxes levied against the California estate of the late Will Rogers, film star and humorist , This was Indicated today through an exchange of communications be tween State Attorney-General U. S. Webb and Charles J. McCoigan, per sonal income tax administrator for this Sate. ( Webb pointed out that the Federal Government has precedence, over the State In the collection of per sonal income taxes, and that because' of Federal claim of, $119,000, California would probably reort ve little or nothing. ' ; Strangely, Rogers' estate, under prooate in los Angeiei t-ounty, was appraised at less than the government's claim, the -figure being $106,900. If the Federal tax claim la cut down, it was pointed out, there might be something left for Cali fornia. ' During ha life the famous humor ist paid most of vhis money to his wife,- and she, as a widow, received large sums from insurance policies, but tax lelns cannot be placed against such policies under the law. When Rogers' Oklahoma estate, which amounts to very little, it is believed, Is settled and the Droceeds transferred to the California executors, the estate here will be enlargd, but those close to the situation declared . there still would .not be enough- money -to pay the income taxes. - , ; . Jl T : " Attorneys for the Rogers estate declared they would place all claims, ta and otherwise, in the probate courts in Los Angeles County. ' sly. ; Mi ... Jj III II t 1 IliUETO TVPE ? Willi ! . V risers azwm tmm Do you wear frilly, feminine clothes, or tre tailored cos-tumei more becoming to you? If you want to be positive, let r ft mnr n urryieiiyHice warneroros. ( designer help you. With his figure analysts chart, you. can tell at afclancethe most flat teringTinj for your figure Write for your chart today. IT'S tZth together with the latest issue of Orry-KelVa famous, Faihidn Forecast Among the first Oakland business tyros to announce plans for ex pan aion with the completion of the.Bay Bridge, and Its promise of greater opportunities in the Metropolitan Oakland area, was", E. Bercovich & Sons, furniture dealers, who today disclosed plans for occupancy of a new and larger building. .-- This firm, which has been in busi ness in Oakland for 30 "years, announced that it had taken a long-term lease, on,' the five-story brick building on the southeast oorner of 13th and Clay Streets and would move into the new structure shortly aiier xne nrsx oi ne year, - NOW ON 11TH STREET The firm is at present occupying two floors at Ml 11th Street, and the sew building will provide the firm with nearly three times as much floor space, according to of-flcials :of the Lionel Wachs Company. Tealty agents, who arranged the lease. .; Frontage of the new. building is 100 feet on Clay Street and 70 feet on 13th Street, compared to the Mx&O-foot frontage of the. present home of the furniture concern. There are a basement, ground floor, mezzanine and three upper stories in the new building, which is to be modernized before occupancy, OUTGREW OLD QUARTERS After 30 years of suoDlvina- thnu- sanas or Metropolitan Oakland citi zens with all reauirementa in home furnishing, we have decided that we need more room,? E. Bercovlch, president of the firm, said. The completion of the macnifl. cent San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge will attract thousand! of neo. pie to this area, many of whom will Become permanept residents andl wno wui establish homes here.. -"The bridge marks a new era for Metropolitan Oakland, and we will be ready for It." 1 All Saints to Hold Bazaar Tomorrow SAN LEANDRO, Nov. -43. All Saint's Enlscooal Church of Ran Leandro will hold its annual bazaar a 15-yearrpld Oakland Kigh School Wenxreim -iStoTeTf washmgtottl a'll, If was disclosed today. MAY BE SOLD ' It was all a misunderstanding, Mrs. Goldie Lipautz, 35 (left), .said today when she returned home to greet her daughter, Avia Trumble, 15 (right), after having been reported, missing for 24 hours. Mrs. Lipsutz said she had been job hunting out of town and: that a reassuring phone call had been misunderstood. , Police cared for her daughter until Mrs. Lipiutt returned last night.'. " .. . -Tribune photo. Missing9 Mother Turns Vp After Mixup on Telephone A misunderstood telephone con venation led to a 24-hour police search for the missing mother of Avenue and Davis Street. The affair will be conducted under the auspices of the-Auxiliary-Guild, headed by Mrs. D. L. Schaaf. She will be assisted by a committee of Auxiliary-Guild members. Following the food sale and the bazaar, the organization will hold a whist party at the parish house at 611 Dowllng Boulevard, commencing at 8 p.,m. SO Optical Workers Continue on Strike ' 8 AN FRANCISCO, Nov. 13.-Some 50 members of the Optical Workers' Union continued on atrike today, with no sign of new negotiations with the Optical Manufac turers' Association expected immediately. ,. ". . : - ', ... , Five San Francisco firms have signed contracts with the workers, who ask a $3S weekly wage for a 40-lrour week, and approximately 30 of the men who struck originally are back at work. . - The girl Avia Trumble, 13, a sophomore . at Oakland Technical High School, reported that her mother, Mra. Goldie Lipsutz, 33, had been missing since Wednesday night from her home at 3658 Grove Street, after leaving1 to attend an Armistice Day dance. Thursday morning, Avis said, the landlady at the : rooming house Where she was living, told her that "some one" had phoned that her mother was , in Sacramento, The girl, having no food or money, went to police for help. 4 " A search was started, but last night' Mrs. Lipsutz returned, surprised that her daughter was alarmed. She stated -she had telephoned that she was seeking a po lltlon out of town, and had hot been able to reach her daughter directly on the telephone, and had left a message which waj not completely .understood.. " - v Avis, happy to be reunited with her. mother again, said she had been a guest at tha home of Police Captain , William E. Bark; of the Northern Station most of the time yesterday. Captain Barkis had offered to take care of the girl so that -elMT l not have V. TIJUANA, Mex, Nov. 12. (U.O Agua Caliente, world famous Mex ican resort, win De aavenisea ior public sale Monday unless the American owners pay a 750,000 peso fine imposed for possession of con traband liquor; M. Magallon, chief, of the Mexican customs office here, said today, r An appeal to jSexico's highest court waa decided in favor of the government Tuesday. Magallon said the deadline for payment of the fine, which amounts to approximately $200,000, is Saturday at 3 p. ia - The alleged contraband liquor was seized at tho resort shortly after it was closed following the ban on rambling in Mmlco v placed by Prsident Lazaro Cardenas in JulXrf 1935. V The resort is owned by the Agua Calient Company, of which Baron Long, Los Angeles, is president . . ,, - . Arguments Heard in Bank Robbery Appeal SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 13.-W-The appeal of Bradford Si Charles, former Loa Angeles .police officer convicted of a bank robbery, was argued yesterday and submitted to the Ux S. Circuit Court. -.St Chasles wasr' convicted with Verne Miller and Theodore Wieden of robbing the South Broadway- Florence bra rich" of th- Security National J3ank in Los Angeles "in February; 1835. matt and Weiden pleaded guilty and each was sentenced to five-year prison terms. St . Charles pleaded inhdeent was convicted and te-celved a lS-year. sentence., . R, E. PSrions, attorney for -St Charles; based - his- case' on two major, contentions: That the confession of St Charles to the crime was not voluntary and was improperly admitted at his trial, and that the Federal act making robbenpf a National bank a Federal off ense was unconstitutional, . Presiding Justice Curtis D. Wil bur dismissed the second argument.. takeif-fcmm. tion' Home perid-T attorney, cbnehOed,UnMlon mg ner motners return. . : was voluntary. -v I who celebrate the brictge- opening in San Francisco Saturday night may remain there as late ai 3 a. m. and still get home on ferries and trains. Southern Pacific officials announced today that they have scheduled a special late boat to leave San Francisco at 3 a. m. and connect at Oakland Pier with elec tric trains on the Shattuck Avenue and the Seventh Street lines. Passengers for Alameda will be transferred to Alameda trains at Fruit-vale. . In addition, the company Will operate trains and boats via Oak land Pier Saturday night on a 20-minute schedule, concluding with a ferry leaving San Francisco at 12:20 a.'m. A 30-mlnute schedule to Alameda will conclude with-a boat leaving San Francisco at 12:49 a. m. The ,comp)Bny.,has also announced that 1 train will be run through to Dutton Avenue from the 1:20 a. m. ferry from San Francisco, connecting with an electric train at Fruit-vale for Alameda. EX-NSTT OFFICER DIES SAN ; DIEGO, . Nov. 13. JP) -Philip Sheridan Flint' 9, retired lieutenant-commander in the Navy, died lait night LEE'S FERRY, Ariz., Nov. 13. (U.PJ A den of 121 rattlesnakes, the ' largest ever reported in Arizona, was found and destroyed by members of a U. S. survey, camp at Paria "Plateau in the desolate, iso- , lated Arizona "Strip," it was re. ported here today. - 1. ' - " , . In September a total of 1,481,949, gallons of gasoline - was Kid at wholesale In Greenville County, S. C. ... NASAL .IRRITATION; dktttocoUa.- Rsilew the drynna audi irmanoR ny apptymg iriemnosanim mgni and morning- . Try Rainier Ale these crisp, autumn days. Warming, stimulating It's the1 happy medium for fun tonight and a happy head tomorrow, too. A true ale, well-made and fully aged, the date Is on every bout aoJ cap-sealed can. Try wholesome Rainier Ale -wi $$. LARGEST SELLING! ALB ON THE PACIFIC. COAST .. 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