Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 15, 1939 · Page 10
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10 Mi roadway 15th COATS Saturday g and only Saturday Wr to 25.00 . . phe-nomenal at $9. Dress and tweed coats ... tan black, navy, mixtures Broken sizes 12-44. All sales final; no C.O.D.'s. 0 Enjoy up to ) MONTHS to PAY! MODERN MAZOR WAY E&SES DR" our newest C OC Nelly Don't J .S J Career girls. . .co-eds. . . The NEW Nelly Dons are in!. . .sketched above a rayon Faille crepe. . . navy, rouge, black, 12-20. Others 7.95 to 14.95 6 Enjoy up to MONTHS to PAY! MODERN MAZOR WAY 1 Y NEW HATS Hi-Fashion f" ff v Fives O.UU LHead for a triumph . . "t 'J. .LI. . J. m oouoie your aares . . in a ? Mazor "Hi-Fashion Five" ...of, soft fur felt! 6 $ Enjoy up to MONTHS to PAY! MODERN MAZOR WAY 111 II I I I llll 1 vnjuw f P4 V. 11 VmoV. s i y w ARTIST'S Her Is an architect'! sketch for the first West Oakland low-coit housing project planned by the Oakland Housing Au !i800 OAKLAND HOUSING JOB TO START IN JANUARY Construction on the first of two West Oakland low rental housing project is scheduled to start in January. This announcement was made to day by Warren Sisson, executive secretary to the Oakland Housing Authority. With final plans and specifications bNeing completed now, the Authority expects to advertise for bids on the project on October 31, open the bids on November 30 and award the con tract by January 1, Sisson said. The estimated cost of the project is $800,000. It will be erected on a site bounded by Eighth, Tenth, Campbell and Willow Streets and will provide 134 dwelling units. Plans for the second and larger of the two projects are also progress REFERENDUM NAME FRAUD IS ALLEGED SAN JOSE, Sept. 15. County Clerk Frank Hogan reported to the district attorney today that at least 300 fraudulent signatures had been found on referendum petitions filed in his office. "It is obvious that whole batches of the 'signatures' were written by one person," Hogan declared. He explained that outside in vestigators," who he did not otherwise identify, had called at the office and checked the signatures on petitions filed with those on the county's great register. A deputy who worked with the investigators reported to Hogan that at least 300 names on the petitions were not on the great register. The petitions ask for a referendum on the Atkinson oil conservation act. Seaman Falls Into Estuary, Drowns Albert Clark, 36, second cook on the freighter Pennsylvania!!, was drowned last night when he fell from the vessel's deck into the Estuary. The accident happened at the Howard Terminal, where the Penn-sylvanian is docked. George Chapman, the first mate, dived overboard and spent 20 minutes in the water in a vain rescue attempt. TUMMY' BULGE Naturally you want to have a new miniature waistline anc takes a Gossard front lacing combination to REALLY achieve the right effect. Especially if you have a few pounds too many in the WRONG places let our graduate Tor-setieres fit you. j that : m i: -fJSI uVtv take, a Gofcard front lacin mH'M V ! XT Ml l-A I L 5 rt Wrm Hat! Why? t.pik, H VfvL Because they suit the indivi.1- s U 1 f Wlth 'U A fWtm? "" 11 I BVTW ul and are o inexpensive. Jf reverse's 4T "Vk .ft,.""' I .rflfeT I I! UV 1722 '"viaf V . ; j BROADWAY J $17-95 VIEW OF WEST t& v'. tfar J2M - " ... ing rapidly. Construction on this group of apartment homes, which will be located between Tenth, Twelfth, Cypress and Union Streets, is scheduled to begin later in 1940. W. Langdon Post, consultant for the United States Housing Authority, which has earmarked $5,000,000 to be expended in the construction of low rental housing projects in Oakland, conferred yesterday with the Oakland Authority. Post said the new Government- owned and subsidized apartments will not compete with legitimate apartment house operators. Rentals, including all utilities, will be approximately $16 a month, but the projects will be reserved for persons whose annual income is less than $1000 a year. SUIT ASKS PAY ON SEWER JOB Charging that City Auditor Harry G. Williams "wrongfully and unlawfully" withheld a $2495 payment on an outlet tunnel and sewer project contract, E. T. Lesure, Oakland contractor, has filed suit for that amount plus 7 per cent interest in Alameda County Superior Court, through his attorney, Thomas E. Davis. The suit is also directed against the Globe Indemnity Company, Inc., who wrote Williams' $25,000 bond as an office holder. Early in 1938, the suit states, Lesure won the contract to build the Broadway Terrace outlet tunnel and sewer between Her-mosa Avenue and Landvale Boulevard. Former U.C. Friends Wed in Virginia City A Virginia City marriage climaxed the romance of Miss Lorraine Des Isles B e a r w a 1 d. 22. of San Francisco, and Jack Raymond Dyson, 24, of Oakland, both former University of California students. The bride is the daughter of Joe R. Bearwald, former president of the San Francisco Missions Baseball Club, and Mrs. Bearwald. of oil hi. rrancis Street. Dysons parents are Mr. and Mrs. George Dyson of 1R25 :i8lh Avenue. Mrtnx mi i -&mmm J fcj.'v. c. :n inn t i- i i x. v x i -- - t mm wivuia iiiiu ill OAKLAND TRIBUNE OAKLAND HOUSING PROJECT i 4 thority. Scheduled to start in a site bounded by Campbell, Suit to Block Pension Denied Huey Long's Cousin Loses Claim to Ham, Eggs Plan The "Thirty Thursday" pension plan was over another legal hurdle today on its way to the ballot in the November 7 special election. Federal Judge Martin I. Welsh of San Francisco dismissed an injunc tion suit filed by Minor Pierce Long, of Oakland, cousin of the late Huey Long, who contended that a section of the "Ham and Eggs" plan infringed a copyright he held. He obtained a copyright in 1934 on literature about the "Ray system" of retirement payments. Judge Welsh said an idea of a system of government could not be copyrighted. He refused, accordingly, to grant Long's petition to restrain Secretary of State Frank Jordan from placing the measure on the ballot. Long's attorney, John Corgiat Jr., said he intended to appeal the case to the U.S. Circuit Court. Judge Welsh's ruling, made yesterday afternoon, said "there is a similarity in plan and purpose and method of operation in Longs copyrighted system and the "Ham and Eggs plan. But, he added, copyright on an exposition of system of government cannot -prevent the use of the system in tended." The court also declared there was no way Long could amend his pe tition "so as to state a claim entitling him to the reliefs sought." Funeral Directors Elect Oaklander FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER January, the project will be on Willow, Eighth and 10th streets. Ad Club Will Honor Leaders Cochairmen of Convention to Be Guests at Festivity Celebrating the successful conclusion Of the Paifl AJ C-lubs Association convention held June 26 to 30 in Oakland, the Oak-and Advertising Club will honor the convention co-chairmen, Al Smith and Ben Tooley. with a dinner dance tonight in Ihe Blue and Gold Room of the Hotel Clarement. At the speakers table will be Mr. and Mrs. Smith. Mr. and Mrs' Tooley, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Mc-Phee, and Mr. and Mrs Georgo Cummings. McPhee is Ad Club president, and Cummings will act as toastmaster for the evening Reservations have been received for several members of the San Francisco Advertising Club, including Harold Deal, past president of r.A.C.A., and Mrs. Deal and Howard Willoughby, president of the San Francisco club, and Mrs. Willoughby. a n -m . 4:rt , 15, 1939 M i ll and W ASHINGTON I fmW fLJlAAFlsVMW .Jfr 'l i Harr to sleeves and WAMIlMTO V V-9 afU Goldman's Dress Shop presents an outstanding selection of beautiful M SPle SU'tS that ' Dclister Shops, Second Floor for the young girl who wears 9 to 1 7 ' s Every smart gal has a place in her wardrobe for these clever fashions . . . and she's lucky if she wears sizes 9 to 17. Here in the Debster Shop we specialize in fashions especially designed for you small girls and women who must have "little" clothes. We've sketched only a few of the clever things we have for you in the Debster Shops, Second Floor.

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