The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on March 2, 1934 · 17
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The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California · 17

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f ) V 7 r I Tins 8ACRAMFNTO BFE FRIDA V MARCH 1 1931 FACE SEVENTEEN COSTS CALIFORNIA FOLK a Dllll Heavy Mail Arrives Steadily In Capital For Senators Representatives WASHINGTON March 2 -Wi-Callfomla residents are spending nearly $200 a day In Bn effort to keep their congressmen advised as to the needs of the state as they Individually see them Letters pour In at the offices of Nenatnra McAdoo and Johnson at the rate of very close to 500 a day The representatives receive an average of 100 letters a day for each of the twenty of them And of course that does not Include the telegrams In a single day Senator McAdoo received 125 telegrams by actuul count on a single subject Some of the letter s come by air some are special delivery many are written on ruled paper In pencil Veterans Are Best The veterans apparently aie the centage of the veterans bill Is before the house or the senate letters pour In by the hundreds fmm ex-soldleis Some of the letters are written In despair bv persons In dire need some aie threatening not physical harm but “you won't get my vote nor those of any of my friends unless — some are funny and there Is a scattering of the type usually described as crank letters The senate recently adjourned fiom Thursday until Monday In order to give the senators a chance to catch up with their correspondence Never before the postmaa-teis of the senate and house say has there been such a flood of letters Attempt Answers Dear congtessman or Dear senator seems to be on every pen By far the majority of those on Capitol Hill make an honest attempt to answer all the letters personally When a flood of letters on mimeograph forms pour In as they ao nearly every day mimeograph replies are not sent back “They expect a personal letter” one representative said McAdoo' Mall Heaviest Senator McAdoo was Informed by the postmaster of his building recently that he waa getting more mail than anyone on the hill at the present time He has six persons helping to keep the correspondence up to date Job hunters dominate a high per-total but the big best letter writers Whenever a majority deals with legislation in Is your Canary a "peep-squeak”? If his song is only a "peep” or a feeble "squeak”— look to his food! Don’t risk his health with a "starvation diet” Feed him French’s Bird Seed and Biscuit— the complete food enjoyed by millions of singing canaries It gives him a perfect balance of the health essentials that promote song French’ i Bird Gravel givet canaries "teeth” to aid digestion french’s Bird Seed AND BISCUIT lYESXTAtiARMFORlOMPAH10HSni 300 Workers Face CWA Ouster For Failure To Re-Register As Demanded Approximately 300 workers on CWA piojecta in and adjacent to the city will be dropped from the rolls automatically unles they reregister before 6 P M Tuesday “And ao Bear A G Anderson head of the state Gable don’t free employment bureau Issued the after Cqwflte warning after trank Maloney chairman of the federal Investigating committee reported many woikers have failed to re-register Some Not Affected Wotkets on projects In the Folsom White Rock Isleton Galt and Fair Oaks district will not be affected by the new older We have given the men on city projects plenty of time to get In here and re-register" Bays Maloney To me their failure to do so Indicate they know they aie ineligible for the work" The re-regtstratlon will continue to-morrow Monday and Tuesday $94247 For Frojects Nine new projects totaling $94-247 for Sacramento County were approved by state CWA officials in San'Francisco to-day They are Construction work on Bradshaw Road digging of drainage ditches on the Galt-New Hope Road production of gravel In the Sacramento municipal pit building of shoulders on Franklin Boulevard painting and repairing the State Printing Plant Building the National Guard Armory the State Library and Courts Building the State Office Building and the State Public Works Building ‘ which the various writers have an Interest One of the most unusual letters received by the delegation came to Representative Stubbs of Santa Marla some time ago It waa a neat proposal of marriage from a woman whom he had assisted In obtaining a clear title to a homestead In his district State University Board Appointments Are Made The appointment of A P Glan-ninl and the reappointment of Mortimer Fletshhacker San Francisco bankers to the board of regents of the University of California yesterday were announced by the governor's office Governor James Rolph recently stated he would make the appointments Term expirations on the board permitted the formal issuance of the commissions to-day Giannln! succeeds Guy C Earl on the board waste your time on those vampire around Hollywood because they are fond of you merely because you are so good-looking and have so much money to spend We girls at California Junior High School know that you are real brainy as well a handsome and that’s why we are so fond you” “That’s a letter that ought to £ make him atop and think” aald June Baisley while Marjorie Bennetts nodded agreement “Yeah?” snorted The Bee’s Cornering Cameraman “Wait until the hooky cop see this picture and there’ll be some more thinking" YOU MAY BE NEXT1 It Happened One Night Is Laugh Provoking Film Clark Gable Teams With Claudette Colbert In Entertaining Picture By HAMILTON I IIINTZ One of the best laughter sequences of the year will he seen in It Happened One Night the pic lure starling Clark liable and Claudette Colbert which will begin a run at the Sierra Theater tomorrow at midnight A good guide of the mirth provoking power of the sequence is the fact that a tiled sleepy pievur audience at 1 o'clock In the morning figuiatively rocked the building with laughter The outbuist Is occasioned when the two stars are on the hitch-hiking expedition after a chance meeting Gable goes through a comln routine of Bhowtng hla companion his fine and varied technique In thumbing for rldea It finally takes some leg noik by Miss Colbert to win the lide City Civic And Business Leaders Are Subpenaed For Communist Trial The mayor the city manager a bank president and half a dozen other public figures were subpenaed yesterday by the defense to appear In the court Monday ss witnesses In the state's case against two Communists charged with dls-tuihing the peace Police Judge Will J Carrnghar Issued the suhpenas for Mayor Thomas Scollnn City Manager James 8 Dean J H Stephens pieslilent of the Merchants National Bank County Treasurer ""rank Christophel Dr Leo Far-icll superintendent of the county hospital Colonel John Biee of the Salvation Army Ray Oakley assistant cltv manager Major R M McClelland Frank Wllmer and Mrs Ruth Lawrence of the community chest The defendants are Flovd Stevens and Lincoln Granantz mem- DIVORCE FOR LOAN Lamar mo) March— m Bert Hitchcock sued hla wife ao he can obtain a government loan to save the old homestead Hitchcock said his estranged wife Mary refused to sign his application for the loan and that without the necessity for her signature he ran obtain It bers of the Communist-led Unemployed Council who were arrested January 6th when they attempted to stop men from working In the Salvation Armv woodyard The case will be heard by a Jury 4 NEW FLEET ON CANAL VENICE (Italy) — UP) — Twenty steamboats being built for passenger traffic on the Grand Canal are to he named for Venetians whs fell fighting for the Fascist cause Each boat will have a bronze plate affixed to Its bow memorializing tho man whose name it bears The picture Is filled with clever dialogue end Is graced with fine photography Clark Gable does possibly his best work to date end reveals moie of a carefree comedy tendency than heretofore The Colbert performance too Is excellent The picture while not a super special or one with any weight or message Is better than the svernge production Dave Hutton Is Granted Divorce At Los Angeles LOS ANGELES March 2 — (UP) — Dave Hutton corpulent crooner did not play second fiddle to Aimee Semple McPherson He played third On that and other complaints he won a divorce from the well- Here’s What You Get! 77ie Suit "Shragge Quality’’ models expertly tailored and styled to the minute for snappy dressers and the more conservative ' The Hat A wide range of colors and most popular brims The Shoes “Style Treads” famous for choice leathers and fit The Shirt Fine broadcloth in white or pastel shades The Tie Silks in stripes designs or solid colors The Sox Plain colors or in fancy clock effects The Entire Group $ i Keep jour readj- fa'll!! Extend the paj--ments in fmall amounts oter a period of 30 weeks as you wear Open Sat Eves -M!lVirn—r—i — l“l — 723 Kay Street - Sacramento See Mmmj of These fomhlna tfoti In Our indovM known Los Angeles woman evangelist yesterday Mrs McPherson away In the East on an evangelistic Junket withdrew a counter-suit and allowed her husband to obtain the deciee without contest Made Fun Of Dress Dave complained of the fun he said Angelus Temple workers poked at hla manner of dress His job as manager pro-tern at the temple waa so uncertain he was hired one day and fired the next and rehlred on the third He blamed these vicissitudes on Harriet Jordan temple business manager He Flayed Third Dave said Once In front of my mother and father she (Aimee) said Miss Jordan had been there long before I was and she would be there long after I waa gone I didn't even play as much as second fiddle I plaved third S F Night Club Owner Swears Rossi Aide Told Her To Pay Off Police SAN FRANCISCO March 2-(UP) — Alice Kamokila Campbell Hawaiian heiress and owner of the Kamokila Club here charged In a sworn affidavit yesterday that Fred Walsh one of Mayor Angelo Rossi's secretaries told her she would have to pay the police protection money She made the affidavit before Assistant District Attorney John R Terrell Mrs Campbell aald Walsh told her that every night club in the city is paying protection money to the police and she would have to do the earns She said Charles Broad automobile salesman who Introduced her to Walsh told her Walsh was a big shot adding Some people think he's an eriand boy around here but he’s very close to the mayor and when the mayor la out he sits in the chair - - Telephone System Aide Opposes Johnson’s Bill WASHINGTON March 2— P) -Charles Bracelen legal representa tlveof the American Telephone and Telegraph Company yesterday opposed the bill of Senator Johnson Republican of California to prevent the federal district courts from Issuing injunctions sought by public utilities against rate orders by state commissions Saying he appeared for approximately 1000000 security holders of the Bell Telephone System Bracelen told the house Judiciary committee: The only club the federal court wields -and It really does not wield any club at all— Is the power to say that property Bhall not be confiscated If you pas this bill nd deprive these companies of access to the federal courts this ‘threat’ of Injunction will be gone — - Rainey Delay Action Upon Veteran’ Funds WASHINGTON March 2 —UP)— House supporters of the senate’ larges for veteran were foiled for the time t least yesterday when Speaker Rainey prevented early reconsideration of the bill there Bv a parliamentary maneuver during renewal of debate on the $62000000 agriculture department appropriation he practically assured that some days will go by before a house decision will be necessary on enlarging these regular veterans payments Jury Disagree In Road Lobby Forgery Trial SAN FRANCISCO March 2— The jury In the trial of Donald J Bruce accused of forging the name of Municipal Judge Frank T Deasy to a letter used to obtain $’00 for alleged road fund lobbying In Sacramento wa dismissed here yesterday after reporting disagreement Bruce was accused of obtaining the $100 from Herbert E Lew San Francisco capitalist as a fee for assertedlv Influencing favorable action by the state legislature on a road project on the San Francisco Peninsula PRISONER FALLS DEAD CAMBRIDGE 'Mass ) March 2 UP) — e Andrew Stoliker 49-year-old Somerville salesman held for the poison murder of hi bride Mrs Elizabeth L Stoliker 39 fell dead n hi cell t the county jail to-day H's death was attributed to heart disease Aa for the story Gable la an ine-gponslhle reporter who Join up with Mis Colbeit who la fleeing her father yacht in order to Join a man whom she ha married but whom she doe not love They rids a stage hitch-hike and finally appropriate an old car to reach the destination The audience la held In suspense right up to and even past the eleventh hour before the expected happy ending Is revealed — — Chilean Quake Is Felt 1000 Miles Along Coast SANTIAGO (Chile) March 2 — A severe earthquake which shook an area ranging 1000 miles long along the Chilean roast la reported to have wrought extensive damage The quake fell for two and one-half minutes late yesterday got In It most damaging blow at Valdivia Temucc and Puerto Montt No casualties are leported A church and many houses wer pait-ly destroyed bv the quake at Nact-mlento An extreme heat wave preceded the shocks there William Dressel Will Be Buried In City Sunday Funeral services for William Dressel 66 who died Wednesday will be conducted Saturday afternoon at the Andrews & Orelleh chapel He wag a native of Toledo Ohio and had lived here for the past twenty-three year He Is survived by a aon Lionel C Dressel and also was the brother of Mrs Amelia Schreiner Mrs Nellie Sherlock and of Otto and Edward Dressel all of Toledo Interment will be in East Lawn Cemetery I PRITCHARD MEAT CO 2919 35th St OAK PARK Free Parking Space In Hear of Market Friday and Saturday Specials Fry’i Delicious Hams Half or 18c bl'l NOP AND SDt MON F 9 "YOUR CBEDIT IS GOOD” OPEN YOUR CREDIT ACCOUNT BANK GUARD IS ROBBED RICHMOND Va March 2 — UP) — Six armed bandit to-dy held up a guard of the State-Planters Bank and Trust Company and robbed him of $60100 la currency! Whole lb FreBh Young Beef Liver sliced lb Beef Tongue large ££ 450 Fancy Eastern Bacon Squares 11c Short Cut Prime Rib Roast 13c Salt Pork fancy Eastern lOJLrf Pork lb I L 2 V Veal Cutlets 15c Rolled Roast of Veal 15c Shoulder Roast § tu Veal lb I LSs Round Bone Shoulder Roast Beef 4 4 A lb 110 Pure Lard or Com O OCrf pound U lbs ivv Hamburger or fage 3 lbs 250 Shoulder Pot Roast lb Fancy Eastern Sliced Bacon nnd Aflv off lb tU0 Leg or Rump iC Roast of Veal lb Ivw Breast of Veal Qh Veal Stew lb UC Sirloin Tenderloin Rib Flank 1Cp Steaks lb I wW Boiling Beef Beef Stew or Corned £ Beef lb Up Fancy Eastern Bacon £ 160 Fancy Sliced Canadian Bacon lb luC LYNN & O’NEIL QUALITY FOOD tg SPECIALS FOR MARCH 2 3 1934 FRIDAY and SATURDAY ' Toilet Paper 3or19c Sesame Oil Globe A1 For Salads and Cooking Quart Dottle FLOUR Globe A I No 10 Sack 44c Jell-well i Gelatin Dessert j 3 for 14c :f Grapefruit Dromedary Can 12c r for 62c Tea Garden Preserves and Jelly Salt 1 16-or Jar Strawberry Preienres 1 15-02 Jar Currant Jelly 1 15-02 Jar Loganberry WASHING 21lb- POWDER Pkg SOAP CHIPS 17c 18c Soap Chips Chipso 15c Largo Pkg BUTTER Fresh Creamery lb 25c II C Ginger Ale SSL 3 for 25c Mari from Pure Mountain Water In Santa Cma Mountain Heinz Bean Soup 2 cans 25c WINE Bisceglia Bros Port Sherry Muscatel or Angelica CO Full Quart SPECIALS Coffee Can 9c 2 E Tomato Juice No 2 Can 27c 9c Cut Green Beans Can 18c 20c 14c Fancy Shrimp Can Fruit Cocktail No 1 Can 13c Locations of Lynn & O'Neil Stores imh and H 4th and Folsom 14th and O 36th and E XJrd and 6th Ave S9th and E 3rd and Anne St Broderick 19th and Y— L Marche’ 3 1st K and L Alhambra Market Central Market 129 K 1 !

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