The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California on September 22, 1932 · 26
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The San Francisco Examiner from San Francisco, California · 26

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Thursday, September 22, 1932
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-.- 20 THE SAN FRANCISCO EXAMINER: THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1932 III FLYERS DIE III CRASH SAN DIEGO, Sept. 21.- (AP) Two United Stale murine corps flyers were killed when their plane ra.shed Into the ocean near her Iste yesterday. The dead are First 'Lieut., Donald G. Willis, 31, New York, tUot, and Seifjt. Frank H. Reynolds, Navy officials reported. A stalled motor, throwing the jlano into a spin, is said to have caused the accident. Lieutenant Willis was survived hy his widow, Mrs. Ida Willis of Coro-nado, and his mother, Mrs. Flora G. Willis of Spellman, Colo. Scrpeant Reynolds, 28 years old was survived ky his mother, Mrs. E. F. Terkins fif Green, Me, San Francisco Picked For Lodge Meeting FRESNO, Sept. 21. Selection of San Francisco as the 1933 convention city and installation of Mrs. Annie McGrath of Richmond as grand president marked the close of the convention of the Daughters of St. George of California, Inc., here today. 12th Anniversary Observed Here By Food Stores In celebration of the twelfth anniversary of their founding, all Public Food Stores are holding annl- v e r s a r y saks this week. "We are glad to c e lebrnte our birthday this week with a sale, which will give, our eiiH-1 o m e r the ben- f I t of many ape ctae-tilar har-gains at t h 1 a t i m e," said Joseph H. I, a n f eld, p r esident of rubllc Food Stores, Lanfeld founded his first store mm Vi,'j J. II. I.ANFF.M) rrrftmeiit 1 V 1 1 PARADE . TELLS ON VETS SPRINGFIELD (111.), Sept. 21. (AP) The shuffling of weary feet and the roll of drums resounded In the crowded streets of Springfield today. The "boys In blue" were marching again. Given strength by the feeling that the spirit of their beloved Abraham Lincoln was with them as thy walked through the streets of the city where his body lies, many a veteran of the G. A. R. fought fatigue to march In the parade, spurning offers of automobiles. Some were forced to accept the offer of transportation as the feature of the National G. A. R. Convention here, the big parade, wended Its way over a three quarters of a mile route. Pilot Killed in Air Crash Sued by Dead Passenger twelve years ago and, although the fall of 1920 was a time of great uncertainty, with rapid decline of prices, was soon doing business of more than $12,000 a month. Eight months after they plunged. to death together in a storm-battered airplane, two Eastbay men became enemies at law yesterday in a $24,000 damage suit filed in Oakland, By proxy, the late D. C. Warren, widely known aviator, was named defendant in an action brought in behalf of the late Robert R. Smith, airplane mechanic. Both men perished when a plane, piloted by Warren, ploughed into the ground near St. Helens, Oregon, on the night of January 9. The suit was brought by Donnan R, Smith of 1914 Clement street, Oakland, father of the victim. It was directed against the Anglo-California Trust Company, executors of Warren's estate. It alleged carelessness on the part of the pilot, thus making him the virtual defendant. The dead passenger's status as actual If not nominal plaintiff was accentuated by claims of the suit. Damages are asked not for his death, but for alleged breach of contract on the part of Warren. The complaint asserts that Smith Junior purchased a ticket for trans-portion to Seattle, and that Warren, operator of the air line, failed to reach Seattle and thus violated terms of the contract Implied by sale of the ticket- In addition to $24,000 damages, Smith asks $900 for funeral expenses for his son. Colonel Dengler Leaves for Islands Col. Frederick L. Dengler yester-daleft on the army transport Republic for the Philippines for a tour of duty commanding a coast artillery regiment. He has be'en stationed at the Presidio for the last four years. Auituffy' clogged-up nose rob you of sleep spoils your day To clear head quickly use the new i convenient' mm Used in time Prevent Many Colds PRUSSIAN DIEI BATTLE ENDED EERLIN, Sept. 21. (AP) The possibility of a fight between the Federal government and the Prussian Diet receded today when the National Socialists in the Diet withdrew their support from a Communist demand that the present Prussian dictatorship be abolished. The demand was embodied In a Communist bill passed last month with the aid of the Nazis. President Von Hindenburg served notice that he expected repeal of that bill and for a time it looked as though the Diet might defy him. CARLOAD1NGS INCREASE NEW YORK, Sept. 21. (AP) Six railroad! today reported an aggregate Increase of 13,272 can In carloadings for the week ended September 17. FAUCETS and fixtures U. .'.. AIL household metal ware gleam like new after a few rubi with BRILLIANT- SHINE. No other i polish equals it, ' our dealer. . Sun""!. I) ' aC ysmi -1 Ir OUTLAW OF THE JUNGLE . . "Nature in the Raw" as por Siw: i i trayed by the great animal painter, Paul Bransom . . inspired by I JPV wW& t $ 4 3r the leopard's fierce fighting power and relentless hunt for prey IjpffiMf w - uhicfi makes him the terror of every beast of the African jungle, iwt..-jyr ' , .. ' - - . - ' , and raw tobaccos have no place in cigarettes They are not present in Luckies . ...the mildest cigarette you ever smoked WE buy the finest, the very finest tobaccos in all the world but that does not explain why folks everywhere regard Lucky Strike as the mildest cigarette. The fact is, we never overlook the truth that "Nature in the Raw is Seldom Mild" so these fine tobaccos, after proper aging and mellowing, are then given the benefit of that Lucky Strike purifying process, described by the words "It's toasted". That's why folks in every city, town and hamlet say that Luckies are such mild cigarettes. It's toasted" That package of mild Luckies 46 " a man write a better book, preach a better sermon, or make a better mouse-trap than his neighbor, tho he build his house in the woods, the world will make a beaten path to his door. " RALPH WALDO EMERSON. Docs not this explain the world-wide acceptance and approval of Lucky Strike? t EMPLOYMENT GAINS CHICAGO Sept. 21.-AD-R. G. Dun & Co. today reported Illinois factories gained 2.3 per cent In em. ployment and 6.8 per cent In payrolls for August. GREETINGS Gov. Roosevelt Greetings From Democratic State Central Committee Greetings From Roosevelt's Northern California Finance Committee Greetings J. 5. FROM RUSH BLDO. FKOM Richard E. Doyle Greetings FROM Mr. and Mrs. George J. Knox Greetings FROM C. F. COUNTT CENTRAL COMMITTEEMAN OF s:m ASSEMBLY DISTRICT. Greetings FROM C. E. Grosjean GREETINGS from Chaunc.y Trmtitolo Edward H. Heller Jerome Polftiaer William H. McCarthy Mrs. Wary Trry COMMITTEEMEN CTth Assembly Olnfrlrt Greetings W. B. Bunker CHAIRMAN DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE OF ALAMEDA COUNTY. Greetings FROM Salomon & Herman BUILDKKS. "WKLCbMR.- Robert E. Cornisl CHEMIST. UNIVERSITY OK CALIFORNIA. GREETINGS FROM Powers Symington 'A THOMAS G. MICHAELS OAKLAND. He to San Francisco Log Cabin Tavern JOHN H. KANE. PROP.. 34 3D ST. CHAS. P. RUSH RESTAURANT OWNER. 8319 OROVK ST., BERKELEY. GREETINGS FROM r E. Dorn HEARST FLOG. Welcome! Governor Roosevelt The Democrats of the 22d Assembly District Bit tllPB Franklin D. Roosevelt i THE NEXT PRESIDENT OP THE UNITED STATES FRANK J. HENNESST. EUGENE F. BRODERICK. GEORGE D. COLLINS, JR.. FRANK E. POWERS, HARRY I, STAFFORD, COUNTY COMMITTEEMEN. GREETINGS FROM Courtney Moore BUSS BLDQ. Greetings FROM Walter E. Hettman Greetings FROM A. J. Scampinl 850 MONTGOMERY ST. Greetings FROM Henry E. Monroe Greetings n V. Lewis OAKLAND. Roosevelt FOR PRESIDENT OR BUST. E. L. PIEDMONT. Welcome! H. Hyer Whiting OAKLAND. Mrs. Chas. L. Donohoe OAKLAND. Greetings FROM Frank G. Finnegan Greetings, Governor FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT. F. W.YOKUM CENTRAL NATIONAL BANK, OAKLAND. GREETINGS GOVERNOR ROOSEVELT Henry, Harwood O KLAND DEMOCRATIC PRESIDKNTI Al ELECTOR Greetii FROM Doctor and Mrs. Thos. J. McCormick WELCOME TO SAN FRANCISCO (Th. City That Know. How) Charles H. Dodge DEPUTY ASSESSOR GREETINGS FROM Wm. J. Hayes GREETINGS FROM McBrearty and McCormick , B45 VALENCIA ST. PHONE MARKET 01S0 GREETINGS FROM Jas. P. Sweeney m w : re rur sou imnyn FRANK SPENGER CO. FISH BAIT FISH. 1P17 4TH ST.. BERKELEY. "WHERE VALUABLE ARE GIVEN A WAY EACH MONTH." GR KCE FLEMING OVERMIRB BERKELEY. W. H. Christie MINING ENGINEER, EMERYVILLE. GREETINGS FROM County Central Committeemen TWENTY-SIXTH ASSEMBLY DISTRICT. Mina L. Caldwell OAKLAND. GREETINGS FROM Thomas W. Hickey FROM J. W. Ehrlich Welcome to the Next President SAN FRANCISCO DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CENTRAL COMMITTEE. OAKLAND. Greetings to Governor Roosevelt! OUR NEXT PRESIDENT Dolores Barber S Thomas D. Littleton O. L. Williams Remember It Paya to Look Well. Visit Vn and Look Better! .'( Dolores St. at 17th TO our NEXT PRESIDENT FROM A FRIEND

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