The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on March 4, 1934 · 9
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 9

San Francisco, California
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Sunday, March 4, 1934
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cc THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER: SUNDAY. MARCH 4. 1934 ' SECTION 1 PAGE f irihni in USE TIPS IN SfJpri FIGHT ON Dl ' ' IN TRAGIC TRIP Moeurs to ' Head Guardsmen and Prevent 'Encroachment' by South California District PHOENIX (Ariz.). March 3 (AP) Governor B. B. Mocur announced today he would call out a squad of Arizona national Guardsmen to protect thla State's rights from encroachment in construction of the Parker diversion dam on the Colorado River. SMALL DETACHMENT. The guardsmen, according to the. Governor, will consist- of four or five men and several officers. They will be sent to Parker next week. Governor Moeur as commander in chief of the guard, plans to accompany them. The Governor declared emphatically he was not indicting the State government of California and hoped no Interstate trouble would develop. DOESNT BLAME STATE. "I am not accusng the State of California of encroaching upon our rights," he said, "because the work Is being done by the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California. "I am going to send a squad of Arizona guardsmen to observe and protect this State's Interest." The Metropolitan Water District, the Governor said, already has encroached upon Arizona's rights by hooking a cable into State territory. The water district, the Governor contends, cannot build the diversion dam without permission of Arizona. TUCSON GOES 'DRY" TUCSON (Ariz.), March 3. (AP) The City Council's License Committee' moved today to shut all "saloons" here within a week. J caiu DEAFENED HEAR THRU BONE Try this simple tist The happiness or hearing has been restored to thousands of severely deafened people through the Lieber Oscillator, the marvel of bono conduction. Sound ; .vibrations pass through bones of the head directly to the internal hearing organs. Natural voices, music, lectures are heard clearly, without distortion or straining. A simple test will prove whether or not you have good bone conduction. Send ten cents for a little instrument Sonometer and follow Instructions. If It causes a gong to ring Inside your head.' the Lieber Oscillator may restore the happiness of hearing. Write for free demonstration of the Lieber Oscillator at your home or office, to Dept. E, Sonoone Corporation, Suite 2541-42. 450 Sutter St.. San Francisco. Tel. DOuglas 1086. - CREATOR of Portable - Bone Conduction M FINAL PLANS GARDEN TOURS 16 Peninsula Estates Opened to Aid Convalescent Home; Number of Tickets Limited Woman, 100, Casts Her First Ballot NEW ORLEANS, Mar, 3.-Mrs.! W. R. Hill, 100, was the oldest1 person ever to vote in New Orleans ' when she cast her first vote in the city election recently, according to ; records of C. S. .Barnes, registrar of voters. IB. MRS. JOSEPHINE WHIT-TELL, who came here" from New York to investigate the death of her father, victim of a street car accident. . FJ HERE Oil DEATH QUIZ A daughter has traveled three thousand miles to investigate an accident two weeks ago, which resulted in the sudden death of her father. She is Mrs. Josephine Whittell, actress and well known in social circles here, who arrived in San Francisco from New York yester: day. Her father, Charles W. Cunningham, was struck by a street car on January 19, at the intersection of Larkin and Market streets. He received a fractured skull, which resulted in his death a few days later. He lived at 520 Hayes street. When word of his death reached Mrs. Whittell in New York, she determined to come to San Francisco to- investigate the accident. She is staying at the Fairmont Hotel. Program Is Given For Park Concert The following program has been selected by Director Harry C. Pay- son to be played by the Golden Gate Park Band at the Park band stand this afternoon commencing at 2 o'clock. The Concitifrors' March O. Prtim Overture. The Hurler of Sevlll..G. Romlnl Suite. "1'cor (ivnt" E. Orel l.The Mornlnir. 3; AM'l leath. 3. Anltvns' Pirnce. 4. In the Hall of the Mountain Kin. Rnrlre Serenade. "Auhade Printanlere" I.acnmhe At Twillirht M. L Lake (From thp Indian Summer Suite.) 1 A. von KnrtMtl Selection from the Onera "I Lomhardl' (I Verdi Anthem. The KUr-SnHnsled Banner, ma... ' sty" . - n VNE HUNDRED SALESMEN WANTED by ADDRESSOGRAPH -MULTIGRAPH CORPORATION Addressograph-Multigraph Corporation, the oldest and largest concern of its kind, with factories in five countries and sales offices throughout the world, is expanding its sales organization and has openings for one hundred additional salesmen. . This expansion program, presents opportunities to salesmen of proven ability in practically all parts of the United States and Canada. It is made possible by: L Consistent tales increases during past year. I. A complete line of new and improved models, embracing many new and profitable uses. . 3. A greatly increasing demand for our equipment by concerns of every kind and size. 4. Rapidly increasing improvement in general business conditions. This is an unusual opportunity for experienced salesmen to join an organization in which the turnover is low and average earnings are high . . . one which offers permanent and profitable employment, with definite assurance of advancement for those who make good. Replyi giving age, complete business experience and other information on which a fair opinion of qualifications can be based. Address, William K. Page, General Sales Manager, ' Addressograph-Multigrapb Corporation, Euclid Branch Post Office, Cleveland, O. Sixteen of the most beautiful Peninsula estates will be thrown open to a limited number of garden lovers to provide support for the Stanford Home for Convales cent Children, according to plans being completed yesterday by the auxiliary board of the home. Four tours, each of which will take San Francisco and Peninsula residents Into four celebrated gardens, have been arranged to furnish funds for the institution that cares for more than 70 convalescent children. Mrs. Martha Phillips, noted flori culturist, will supervise each tour and will provide authentic Infor mation concerning flowers, shrubs and their care. And each tour will end with a tea at the home of a socially prom inent person whose estate Is on the itinerary. Following the tea, Mrs. Phillips will give a' short talk. The trips will start from the Atherton station at 2 p. m. on March 23, April 13, May 11 and June 1. Each date has been selected carefully so that the gardens to be jlsited will be at their best. season tickets ror all rour tours have been fixed at $3, and may be obtained in San Francisco from the following: Mrs. Edward M. Mills, phone Fillmore 1934; Mrs. W. B. Weir, Walnut 5149, and Mrs. H. K. Faber, Walnut 3018. Peninsula residents may obtain tickets as follows: San Mateo, Miss Georges A. Wiseman, San Mateo 585; Palo Alto, Mrs. Frank E. Buck, Palo Alto 4934; Mrs. Fred Wickett, Palo Alto 6524; Allied Arts and Nancy Merrill, florist; Woodside, Mrs. John F. Neylan, Woodside 430. All gardens will be open on their tour days from 10 a. m. to B p. m. and ticketholders not wishing to follow tours will be admitted at any time between these hours. The committee does not provide transportation. The schedule of tours follows: FIRST TOUR MARCH 23. Daniel C. Jackling, Stewart I'. EUiott, Mrs. William Roth and Robert S. O'Dell tea). SECOND TOUR APRIL 13. Samuel P. Eastman, Samuel Pond, Selah Chamberlain and John Francl Neylan (ta). THIRD TOUR MAY 11. Frank E. Buck, Kvan Williams, Mrs. Slgmund Stern and Mrs. E. S. Heller (tea). FOURTH TOUR JUNE 1. Mrs. James Flood, Joseph A. Donohor, Alfred Sutro and Allied Arts (tea). TO HIT UNMARRIED ROME, March 3. (AP) In keeping with Premier Mussolini's campaign for a bigger population, the government was reported today to be considering wage cuts for unmarried or childless civil service workers. An Fntlre nnlldliiK Directly Adjoining Our Main Building Special Values in Reconditioned Chesterfields and Suites All rntirHj- rebuilt, recovered or otherw l renovated, n nee-rhKiiry, In uur own lionii. 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Priced as ""T'i $48.50 3-IT. SUITE Chesterfield, high-bark cliiilr and easy chair, as above. Blue and taupe velour $40, CH upholstery pt3.JU .'(IT. TAPESTRY IPHOLS-TEltEll SUITE Figured green tapestry, with reversible cushions. Rebuilt and newly CC7 K( covered-.. tfOl.JU NEW 2.PC. TAPESTRY SUITE Manufacturer's sample. Hair and staple cotton filled. Very special $QQ value at VO .$42 PRE-INVENTORY CLEARANCE SALE Our fiscal year ends March 31st, 1934. We must drastically reduce our stocly We have left nothing undone to accomplish our purpose. Prices have been slashed terms reduced. Hurry for best bargains! JUST A FEW LEFT COME IN MONDAY OR TUESDAY SIRE FLOOR SAMPLE Electric Washers MONDAY $00.50 0 AND TUESDAY Think what your laundry bill amounts to each week. Why deny yourself longer? Surely every home ran afford a wasnlns machine at these sacrifice prices. 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