The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on August 14, 1931 · 10
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 10

San Francisco, California
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Friday, August 14, 1931
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8 THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER: FRIDAY. AUGUST 14, 193! I SIM FEE HIT BYP.G.& E. An attack was made yesterday i the constitutionality of a sec-i cf the State Political' Code by -h Incorporation fees are gradu-1 according; to the capitalization Ve corporations concerned, ihe Pacific Gas & Electric Com-y petitioned the Supreme Court a writ of mandate. The com-I y is seeking to compel Secretary of State Frank C. Jordan to cccept papers extending its incorporation for a fee of $5. Under the code section adopted by the 1927 Legislature, Jordan has assessed a fee of $40,000 against the public utility. The P. G. & E. states it was Incorporated . in 1905, for 50 years. Last April the directors moved to extend the incoruoration until 1981. But Jordan refused to accept the papers without the $40,000. The company's petition asserts the section is unconstitutional in that it really imposes an excise tax. Farmer Burned to Death in Smashup STOCKTON, Aug. 13. Clinton L. 'Alexson, 26, Byron farmer, was burned to death today in a collision en the Tracy road near here. ' Alexson crashed head-on with the parked roadster of Howard Condy, 40, salesman. New Quiz Sought Over Blind School Cruelty Charges Further investigation of charges that a youth was severely beaten at the California State School for the Blind at Berkeley was demanded yesterday. Vierling Kersey, State superintendent of schools, questioned authorities at the school Wednesday and went back to Sacramento, announcing that he had been unable to substantiate the allegations. The complaint had been made that Harold Sharpless, a supervisor, beat 20-year-old Richard McCoy, 2027 Otis street, Oakland, so badly that the youth is partially paralyzed. Wilbur Pierce, attorney for the boy's family, said that he talked by telephone with Kersey yesterday and asked him to question other pupils in the schools concerning the affair. TRIAL OF COAST Marihuana Seized on Ranch; 1 Arrested MEXICALI (Mexico), Aug. 13. (AP) Mexican rurales today reported the seizure of marihuana valued at several thousand dollars, the largest quantity of the narcotic yet found In 'this section, at San Ysidro ranch. Librado Juarez, owner of the ranch, was arrested. STARTS SEATTLE, Aug. 13. (AP) The four coast guardsmen on trial here before a courtmartial for "neglect of duty" were revealed today as Lieut. James A. Hirschfield, Lieut. Reginald H. French, Lieut, (junior grade) Carl' G. Bowman and Machinist Zinn R. Schoen, after headquarters at Washington, D. C, ordered the trial made public. Drunkenness by some officers and failure to report drunkenness by others constitute the charges. The courtmartial began yesterday behind closed doors. The accused men were attached to the coast guard cutter Tallapoosa at Juneau, Alaska. The appearance of Lieutenants French and Bowman and Machinist Schoen before the court was postponed until it inquired into the charges against Lieutenant Hirschfield. Dr. Hans Linne, presented exerpts from Herbert, De Koven and Romberg operettas. Soloists were Emily Hardy, John Asher, Thomas J. Glynn, Emily Hoffman and Arthur Russell. Mason Addresses Down Town Group The Down Town Association resumed its weekly luncheons yesterday with a meeting in the Colonial ballroom of the St. Francis Hotel. Redfern ' Mason, music critic of The Examiner, was the principal speaker. The San Francisco Light Opera Company, under the direction of M'm .... .... they're wonderful That's what everyone says about our tamales and enchiladas and there's a reason! Their del iciousness their "come back for more" flavor is the result of more than forty years' experience in the mak-f ing of these delectable Spanish dishes. Try them. You'll enjoy every morsel you, too, will say: "M'm, they're wonderful." 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