Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 27, 1939 · Page 4
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4 D OAKLAND TRIBUNE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 27, 1939 1 i Youths Jo Hold ? W.C.T.U. Rally Tmpranc Council Will Meet Her at Midwinter Parity ' The Midwinter Institute of the State Youth Temperance Council will be beld at the Tenth Avenue fcaotist Church beginnlnf Friday ,d eoncludinf Monday. Thfr.pro- inm r W1U uurutuinwx vviivwm young people of high icbool and eollege age, who are Interested in Social service, according to Mr. Iliie Mar. State general secretary Friday evening will be devoted to aodability, with Lewis Whitehead, State president; In charge. Saturday -morning, leaden will five' Instruction In methods of or ftniiation., and 'plans of work for ' 1140. Saturday evening the ladles of the church will serve a banquet Miss- Nancy -J.- tucking f Santa Cruz; vice-president, will preside. Morse Trine of 6anta Crui, State song leader, will direct a community eing,: and Miss Jane Coggins, San Francisco, Will offer a vocal number. "The Youth Temperance Council in Action" will M tne tneme 01 ine aa-dresa by Miss Beatrice Moorehead of Richmond, and Ross Thompson of Fresno will discuss The Organized Council" The young people will have a part In the church service Sunday morning, when Dr. George W. Phil' lips, pastor, will preacn. - Mrs. Miriam McDonald, County Youth Temperance Council secretary, assisted by members of the Oakland Council is hostess. Holiday Special PERMANENT WAVE tkla Ad Snft wives, rlnslat eurli beautiful r styled by killed xp.rli. A lovely holiday eolUure, ompt.t r F00T0L0GY 1 Foot and Limb Conditioning. Eh answer to Foot, Knee, , Imb and Lower Back ' condition thru body pot- ' ture and foot balance. NOW BROUGHT TO THE CENTER by VIOLET PONS CALIFORNIA BEAUTY? CENTER 5S2 14th St.. . betwera Clay : M ferae Kew S tract Floor Lbeatloa HI GATE $652 LEADER A 1 f X - '; 1 Mrs. Elsie May, Stat general secretary of the W. C. T. U. youth group, who will lead midwinter institute. Pacific States Hearings Set Ten Surrender, Pott $5000 Bail in Savings, Loan Cat Afraignment of 14 persons in dicted in connection with the investigation of affairs of the Pacific States Savings and Loan Company will be held January 2 at Los An geles before Federal Judge Leon Yankwich. This date was set by U.S. Commis sioner E, B. Williams in San Francisco after nine of the 10 San Francisco residents named in the true bill surrendered and posted $5000 bail each. Those surrendering included Rob- ert S. Odell, former president of the firm; Thomas M. Gannonn, Gerald R. White, Andrew E. Falch, former State building and loan commissioner; C. F. Adams Jr., Thomas Gardner. R, U Herrick, T. A. Gold- Stein and Thomas W. Dahlquist. According to Attorney Theodore Roche, the 10th defendant, R. B. F. Randolph, was unable to appear due to illness. The four other defendants are Southern California residents. All are charged with violation of the Securities Exchange Act, use of the mails to defraud and conspiracy. The nine who surrendered yesterday all waived a hearing on removal proceedings. Yesm Notion & Novelty Go. Between ,10th fir 11th on Broadway HEADQUARTERS Confetti and Horns WHOLESALE : Special Prices for '. PRIVATE PARTIES and CAFES HATS - SERPENTINE & NOVELTIES Western lotion & Novelty Co. 1012 BROADWAY Record Defense Spending Seen Mightiest Navy, Huge Program to Forti'fy Army Up to Congren rnrmir NOTE Heverbratlorui from Vttrnnm'a war irt tXMCted tO CChn loudly In Confreu thi Winter. The followir article, one of a aerie dixcuxnfnf problem before the 1(40 aeaskm, tella of th National defena program which will confront the lawmaker..) V By II. S. INGRAHAM ' WASHINGTON, Dec. 27. UP) Congress will be asked to approve another record-breaking fund for National defense at the coming session, and indications today are that it will accede without much of a fight. Congressmen with military ideas ot their own, however, may provoke greater controversy than the outlay of more than $2,000,000,000 which President Roosevelt has -said he would recommend to finance the Army and Navy for the year starting July 1. Befofe the new session is a week old, two House committees will study proposals designed to make the Navy the mightiest armada the world has ever seen. rBoth are likely to provide forums for proponents of super-battleships. Possibly twice as big as any now afloat. j 95 NEW WARSHIPS Chairman Vinson (D Ga.) set January 8 tentatively for the House Naval Committee to begin public hearings on a proposed $1,300,000,000 expansion of the Navy. This would provide for 95 new warships. 31 auxiliary vessels and 2395 additional airplanes. Representative Maas (RMinn), senior minority member of the committee, said he would urge At the hearing the establishment of tt separate fleet for the Atlantic and for construction of bigger battleshipsup to 80,000 tons each in contrast to the 85,000-tonners now the Navy's largest. The House Naval Appropriation Subcommittee already has asked the Navy to furnish data on the cost of building 65,000-ton battleships. SOLONS SEE NEEDS Members of a Joint Senate- House Committee which made a 111,000-mile airplane tour of mill tary establishments in this country and the Panama Canal Zone came back with a lot of ideas which threaten to conflict with those of War Department experts. Among other things, they recommended speeding up production of the Army's new semiautomatic rifle, greater attention to protection of cities from possible air attacks, modernization of field artillery, and expansion of airports and troop training areas. The Army contends that it would take all prospective defense funds to provide even a portion of tne Nation' major cities with stationary antiaircraft guns. Pointing out that London requires about vuu sucn weapons, this country's military leaders are concentrating on development of mobile antiaircraft regiments. Further protection of the Panama Canal will be a major item in the defense program. Well - informed sources said that the Army would ask funds to begin construction of the $277,000,000 third set of locks authorized last Summer. Sentry's Shots Rout Prowler Guard Increased At Hamilton Field To Thwart Sabotage SAN RAFAEL, Dec. 27. IP) The moonlit figure of a man, moving in the shadows of one of the Army's finest planes, left the Hamilton Field Air Base personnel a bit uneasy today, and officers admitted the guard had been "considerably increased" to prevent sabotaged A sentry saw the man, in civilian clothes, last night. As he attempted to get closer to' the Intruder, the sentry stumbled and the man ran as the sentry fired three shots. Today, officers on the field, which has 53 planes and a personnel of nearly 2000 men, said "the search is still going forward" and that "an extra heavy guard" would be maintained. Field officers said the plane-berthed outside because hangars were full was not damaged and that apparently no attempt had been made to enter it. It was a two-motored, all-metal bombardment ship. The officers said there was noting definite to indicate sabotage was contemplated. 38 PLASTERERS ARRAIGNED ON U.S. ANTITRUST CHARGES Roxana Spreckels Divorce Delayed LOS ANGELES, Dec. 27.-WP) The divorce suit of Roxana Gloria Spreckels Hunsaker against Ogden K. Hunsaker was continued in Superior Court today because she had named her husband as Harry Kermlt Ogden in her complaint. Her attorney, S. S. Hahn, told Superior Judge Joseph vickers the couple was married In Yuma, Ariz., last January 28 under the name of Ogden. "It was his idea that we use other names to avoid publicity," Mrs, Hunsaker explained. Huhn said Hunsaker was a mem ber of a prominent Pasadena brokerage family that had been "in se rious difficulties a number of years ago. Judge Vickers continued the case until Friday to permit filing of an amended complaint. Mrs. Hunsaker is the former wife of John B. Spreckels, third, San Diego sugar heir. ITcachcr! rnmn the im portant qneftion to the satisfaction of most men. Its v, distlnctire quality . . . how it tastes e comes by the , fine arts of distilling and blending.' Try Teacher's. . ' Rtpr$tntativ$ for California Parrott&Co. 320 California St., San Francisco, Calif. . ...... aasoaa wmstf u & tmm iwtM. otMtM $oir u. i otNr. SchlefUtlit A Co. niw vote cjtLWoithi unci tm MANY U.C. FACULTY MEMBERS CALLED TO IMPORTANT MEETS BERKELEY, Dec. 27. The University of California, playing an increasingly important role in the advancement of the world of knowledge, is being represented at a number of scientific and educational meetings throughout the United States. Dr. Ernest O. Lawrence and his staff of assistants, who have brought the famed "atom-smasher" cyclotron to world attention, men renowned in the field of bacteriology at the University and others in physics and the classics, have arranged to attend the meetings which will be of national importance. The meeting of the Radiological Society of North America at Atlanta, Ga., from December 11 to IS, was addressed by Dr. John Lawrence and Dr. Robert S. Stone, both of the University medical faculty. They reported on the new developments of the cyclotron in attacking cancer. IN NEW HAVEN The Society of American Bacteriologists at New Haven, Conn., December 28 to 30, is to be addressed by Dr. A. J. Salle, assistant professor of bacteriology. The meeting of the American Association for the Advancement of Science and the American Physical Society at the end of the month in Columbus, Ohio, will hear papers by Edward E. Wilson, associate plant pathologist, and P. A. Ark, instructor in plant patholgy; Dr. M. W. Gardner, professor of plant pathology; and Dr. J. Robert Oppenheimer, professor of physics. Scheduled to attend the American Modern Language Association meeting in New Orleans, December 28 to 30, are Prof. Rudolph Altrocchi, chairman of the department of Italian; Francis J, Carmody, associate Professor of French; Prof. Gabriel D. Bonno, chairman of the department of French; Prof. S. G. Morley, chairman of the department of Spanish; and Caroline A. Brady, instructor in English. COAST MEETING An outstanding coast meeting will be that of the Pacific Coast Economics Association at Pullman, Wash., December 28 to 30, at which a paper will be presented by Perry Mason, associate professor of economics. The American Philosophical Association is to meet in New York December 27 to 29, with, Prof. Jacob Loewenberg of the Department of Philosophy delivering a paper. Prof. W. B. Herms and E. O. Esslg, Unl-versity entomologists, will present papers at the annual meeting qf the American Association of the Economic Entomologist and the Entomological Society of America in Columbus,, O., opening today. Woman Smoker Falls Asleep; Badly Burned Mrs. Frances Jewett, 69, was aroused from sleep early today at her home at 1912 Castro Street, to find flames sweeping the couch on Which she had fallen asleep. She ran screaming from the house, her chest and one arm severely burned, and she was cared for by neighbors until the arrival of fire apparatus and an ambulance. At Alameda County, where Mrs. Jewett was treated for first and second-degree burns, she told police that she fell asleep while smoking and the cigaret set fire to the couch S.F. Fur Burglar Suspect Arrested Arrest of Anthony Scavio, 34, 387 Eddy Street, solved for San Fran cisco police a number of burglaries of downtown furriers during the Christmas holidays, they announced today. Scavio was taken into custody by Patrolman John'Cooney when he found him walking at O'Farrell and Taylor Streets with a valuable fur coat over his arm. THE TRUMAN CO. invites you to sec "THE MANGE SCENE-ond "THE CITY OF BETHLEHEM" Two dnaMticallrlisanJ. Wt pirimti mm etpictus th BDXTM ef CHXIST Ptffft44 IVS)ff IWf3jlstf ftofc Hifc t tost IndMiVSf Is TRUMAN'S -r- ... Arraignment of 38 men involved in the plastering division of the building industry and indicted by San Francisco's Federal Grand Jury an antitrust conspiracy charges was set for January ll yesterday by U. S. Commissioner E. E. Williams. All but four of the men suxr rendered to the U.S. marshal yesterday, were fingerprinted and posted $100 bail each. Bail, however, was posted for the absentee members alsoTf Emil E. Valentino of the board depository committee of the Master Plasterers' Association;, Hermans Bosch and William Lynch, "lormerly of the industry's joint conference board, and Malachy Ruano, former president of the Operative Plasterers' and Cement Finishers' Union. ' The marshal's office was Informed that the four absentee members were ill and would surrender Monday. During the booking procedure. M. J. McDOnough, vice-president of the Plasterers' International Union declared: "It is outrageous to indict union men. They have been protecting the public against chiselers and have been doing nothing else than carrying on under the Blue Eagle of the NRA code. I sat in on the formation of those codes at the request of the Government. Dog Pack Attacks 2 Goat Herds A pack of killer dogs attacked two goa,l"herds in the hilly section along Allura Place, abovt Mountain Boulevard, here last night, killing one animal and badly slashing two Others. The dogs, a tan collie, a scottle and a big German police, were driven away from the second attack by Robert Cruson, 7548 Altura Place, after he was awakened by the goats frantic cries. Poundmaster R. C. Trotter said the dogs probably wore pets that had gone wild. He said there is no record of dogs answering the descriptions in that part of town. Henry LaHeunesca, 447 Vernon Street, who owns a small farm at 7218 Altura Place, reported the first attack. He said his caretaker was awakened Just before daylight by a noise outside. The man went out and found one goat dead and another severely torn. Cruson's herd was attacked next He ran out in time to drive the dogs away before they had killed any nf his animals. One goat had been knocked down and slashed by the dogs' teeth. Trotter and a police detail started a search of the area in an effort to locate the dogs. Airport Highway To Be Renewed SACRAMENTO, Dec. 27. IIP) The highway between Big Pine Airport and Big Pine in Inyo County will be graded and surfaced for a distance of 1.8 miles under a $25,492 contract which the Department of Public Works awarded today to Baslch Brothers, of Torrance. Pay Boost Granted By Globe Wireless A new two-year contract, providing for readjustment of conditions in the event of war, and granting wage increases estimated by the lininn at (90 000 .nmi.lltf w.B signed yesterday between the C.I.O. American Communications Associa-ti ' and the Globe Wireless Company at San Francisco. HAVE Plenty of Money Next Christmas When Christmas, 1940, comes, ia to yourself, "I'm glad I saved gome money by joining Central Bank's Christmas Savings Club." Join before it it too late. Save 25c to $20 weekly; receive $12.50 to $1,000, plus interest, next December. out .in .! air.in INIUIANCI COirOIAIIOM In Oakland mU Bro.dwty it MthSutet Tclrgnph Au ll Mib Sir. Sniimlt Arrant tut It" Kik Sumi AIVAOO"'1VINTOKMAY!V Ittl I iTu utll. 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