The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on April 2, 1934 · 9
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The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California · 9

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i a Gri o' McCLATCHY NEWSPAPERS SERVICE VALLEJO BOY 12 iJIAII 22 DBOYJII III IMPA SLOUGH Attempted Rescue Of Youthful Angler Results In Dual Tragedy VALLEJO (Solano jCo) April 2 A 12-year-old boy Bobby Barnes and a man who attempted to rescue him Homer Davidson 22 drowned in a Napa River slough about a mile north of here Saturday The boy son of William Barnes Vallejo newspaper man was believed to have been fishing from an Island and to have slipped into the slough Davidson a resident of Vallejo jumped from a barge on which he was working in an attempt to rescue the boy Davidson's body was recovered by officers a short time after the tragedy They continued dragging the slouRh for the boy Sprague River Logging Railroad Will Be Built BEE’S SUPERIOR CALIFORNIA NEWS KLAMATH FALLS (Ore) April 2— Plans for construction of a log-ng railroad as soon as rights-of-ay can be acquired have been an-ounced by the Chiloquin Lumber Company at Chiloquin Ore The line will be a short one extending along the Sprague River Operating news from mills throughout the Klamath district indicate moderate activity Most bpx factories are operating two shifts daily but the mills are now employing only one shift Several of the companies have crews at work in the woods and the advance of Spring is expected to see further timber activity starting M E Van Riper Dies In Placer AUBURN (Placer Co) April 2 Martin E Van Riper 62 a well known fruit rancher of this district died yesterday in his home in Long Valley Van Riper was president of the Placer County Mountain Fruit Company at Newcastle Last Friday afternoon he was re-elected as a trustee of the Auburn Union Grammar School in Auburn He is Yrvived by six children Edwin n Riper of Newcastle Allan Van iper of Berkeley and Vernon Van tiper of Newcastle Donald Van Riper of Sacramento Mrs Dorothy Fogarty of Berkeley and Martin Van Riper of Newcastle Funeral services will be held at 2 o’clock to-morrow afternoon in the Hislop home in Auburn Interment will follow in the family plot in Long Valley SUSANVILLE: Probation Is Denied — George Edward McGee a resident of the Honey Lake Valley district near Standish faces a term in San Quentin Prison He has been denied probation by Superior Judge H D Burroughs McGee recently pleaded guilty to five counts of passing bogus checks Complexion Curse 8He thought she was just unlucky when he called jcM tier once— a voided her thereafter But no one jkfffnires pimply blemished skin More and more omen are realizing that pimples and blotchet atre often danger signals of clogged bowels— poisonous wastes ravaging the system Let NR (Nature's Remedy) afford complete thorough elimination and promptly ease away beauty-ruining poisonous matter Fine for sick headache bilious conditions dizziness Try this safe dependable all-vegetable correc- live At all drug- fi J “ gists’— only 25c rr: III Quick relief for acid rndigca- T LJ Mb tion heartburmOriQ 6&iiaaaiEEH lliiters cracked skin itching or anting soon relieved and healing promoted with soothing LResinoL Chico Sunrise Rites Are Marred By Petting Party CHICO (Butt Co) April 2— A petting party marred the solemnity of Chico's sunrise Easter services in Bidwell Park First arrivals noted a truck parked on the hillside back of the cross which commands a majestic view across Iron Canyon to the high Sierra As the crowd Increased a stir was noted in the vehicle Heads of a boy and girl emerged from under a blanket over the driver’s seat Apparently unconc e r n e d they gazed over the assemblage facing them from the other side of the cross again wrapped themselves in each others' arms and drew the blanket over their heads Second Couple Appears Soon from the bed of the truck amid blankets aroBS heads of another couple They gazed their full and likewise again crawled under the blankets Unmoved by the rendition of some of Christendom’s most sacred songs and most inspiring rites they repeated the performance several times during the services Laughter Interrupts At one point as Rev R A Sim-onde was delivering the sermon loud laughter from the party broke into the services Unable to longer countenance the interruption Rev Henry Alkire in charge of the services went to the truck warned them to keep quiet— and took the license number The services over the four followed the worshipers back to town — one couple still wrapped up In their blankets in the back of the car subWIlts ASPHALT TANKS Hugh Containers Block Traffic At Rail TJndercross ing Near Roseville ROSEVILLE (Placer Co) April 2 — The Morgan Construction Company which is paving the highway unit between Newcastle and Loomis will have to wait for its asphalt tanks This morning a truck and trailer carrying one large tank and a smaller one waiting near the subway on the Lincoln-Roseville Highway is too high to pass through the 13-foot 10-inch subway The truck held up traffic last night when it reached the subway en route from Burney to Newcastle Finally the binges were taken from a locked double gate which leads to a highway spur that had been abandoned and the truck was parked there off the highway In addition to the routing problem the truck driver vill have to wait until the state permit for moving the tank arrives from Burney Permission has been wired there but the driver neglected to bring a copy of the telegram State traffic officers need to see the permit before the tank can proceed MARYSVILLE: Officers Are Named — Oscar Odegaard of the Diamond Match Company here is the new president of the Marysville Merchants Association The other officers are John Fuller vice president L F Albrecht secretary Ross Miller Ralph Robinson Hugo Del Pero and Jack Taylor directors Johnson Is Told Special Law Is Needed To Adjust Boulder Dam Pay To Code WASHINGTON April 2— (ff) — Dr Elwood Mead commissioner of the reclamation bureau in a letter to Senator Johnson Republican of California said it will take special legislation to provide for the payment of NRA code wages to the carpenters employed at Boulder Dam Johnson referred to Mead a pro test from the Bay Counties Carpenters’ Union which said 250 carpenters are being worked fifty-six hours a week and are being paid 70 cents an hour by Six Companies builders of the dam against code provisions for a thirty-hour week and $110 an hour When the contract was let Mead said the contractor instituted a wage scale higher than that common to the territory After the code was adopted he said the Six Companies agreed to comply if it was reimbursed The comptroller general however ruled there was no authority in law for adjusting existing government contracts to meet the code requirements Mead said It is believed that Boulder Dam will be completed within eighteen months m PAINLESS Extractions I Patients nay “It didn’t hurt a bit!" We are ape-claliitH use tested methods “Dear these are the dentists we want” PEAR GROWERS IN STATE PLAN PACT CONTROL Ranchers And C&nners Work On AAA Agreement To Benefit Industry SAN FRANCISCO April 2— The prospects of an AAA marketing agreement to control the Pacific Coast pear crop in canned fresh and dried marketing channels appear bright to-day following a meeting of California and Pacific Northwest growers and cannera in Portland Ore The meeting’s principal accomplishment was an agreement to allocate 46 per cent of the canned pear pack to California and 54 per cent to Washington Oregon and the pear-producing regions of Idaho Will Set Park Mrxlmum California representatives led- by Philip Bancroft of Contra Costa County chairman of the California Pear Industry Committee report the maximum pack will be set shortly before the harvest season by a joint committee representing the entire Pacifio Coast Industry The next etep is to complete the local canning control plans in both sections Growers and shippers also will be called together to die-cuss a similar method of control for the fresh branch of the industry Their meeting is expected to be held in California within ten days Growers Will Profit Bancroft predicts California growers will receive $1000000 more for their crops under the agreement than they would without control California growers are expected to restrict their tonnage by the issuance to the owner of each orchard certificates entitling him to market through one of the outlets canning shipping or drying a percentage of hiB crop corresponding to the percentage of the entire state's crop to be marketed during that season Growers Canners Confer R F Roddan of El Dorado County Douglas H Sim of Santa Clara County and Bancroft represented the California growers at the Portland meeting California canners were represented by Preston McKinney of the Canners League of California F A Wilder of the Pratt-Low Preserving Company W A Chick of the California Packing Corporation and P N Pfarr of the Tri-Valley Packing Association Dr F R Wilcox of the University of California -L D Mallory and Walter Packard of the Agricultural Adjustment Administration and Dean Schoenfeld of the Oregon Agricultural College were among the others at the meeting Monday April 2 1634 PAGE NINE - f' s' True Expression 3tklQdJCI iruMinq Hundred are finding out fhat guaranteed dentistry ned not he expenaive It cot no more here to have pecia!it do your work Our low pricen are making as maor pear friends daily BRIDGEWORK $500 up TEETH CLEANED $200 up SILVER FILLINGS $100 up One-Day Service to Out-of-Tovm Patients ! RWITZ T26y2 K ST SACRAMENTO Chico Indians Honor Pastor At Acorn Feed CHICO (Butte Co) April 2 — Chico Indians on Saturday night gave an acorn dinner with Rev Harris Plllsbury pastor of the Bidwell Memorial Presbyterian Church ai guest of honor The dinner was given in appreciation of Pillsbury’g efforts in restoring services at the rancheria church Mrs Plllsbury their daughter Harriet and a house guest Dean Stallings were also guests at the banquet There were about forty members of the Indian Colony present They wsre of all ages from the very oldest inhabitants to babies in arms The gathering was a very picturesque one colorful in dress and in the table decorations Varied Menu Is Offered The menu was of a varied nature but the piece de resistance was the acorn fruit It waa made from acorns gathered by Mrs Armanda Wilson with her own hands ground to a powder by herself and prepared according to the ancient Indian custom It was served in a closely woven Indian basket of ample dimensions made by herself many year ago and kept as an heirloom in the family At the conclusion of the dinner at the special request of the Indian Wallace Refuses To Change Stand On Rice Control WASHINGTON April 2-W1-Agrleulture Secretary Wallace replied to-day to a protest from a California rice producer that the rice production control plan is residents of the "jrillage the guest discriminatory with the assertion 'I’i yubans will depict EARLY-DAY SOLDIERS MARYSVILLE (Yuba Co) April 2— The contribution of Marysville Parlor of the Native Sons of the Golden West to the Army Day parade April 8th will be uniforming of several soldier to represent a detachment of defenders regular army men in the days when the president ordered troops to Camp Par West near Wheatland to protect white settlers Uniforms used as early as 1850 of the evening Rev Harris T’ills-i"no rule is satisfactory to every 1 “‘jurms usea as early as 1850 bury conducted an Easter service 'individual'’ - bfn procured from the Pre- this being the first Easter service The plan Wallace said in a let- "“‘lo quartermaster sergeant In held this year in the Chico district ter to Senator Hiram W Johnson 1 division of the parade preceding the sunrise service by 'was adopted ‘‘after careful consid-seven hours jeratlon of all the Interests In- Services Are Planned voiced’’ The church built by Mrs Bidwell! The letter from Wallace wan In many years ago has been unused answer to a protest from the Pat-for about ten years having fallen jtoraon Ranch Company at Patter-Into considerable disrepair By con- 8on Calif — fundamental Feature The protest Wallace said "calla tributions made recently by members of the Chico Presbyterian Church a sum of money was raised Into question one of the fundumen for the rehabilitation of the inte-tftl features of the rice crop con rlor of the church by which ar-!trol program Designed to aecure rangementg have been made to con- parity to the actual rice producer duct rellgloua services in thefor hi product the plan neeeasar-church every Sunday afternoon aty provides for the distribution of 2 o’clock in accordance with the'Pro“uctlon units to producers with-wlshes of Mrs Bidwell The onlyiollt regard to their status as land obstacle in so doing is in the event jowners This means thnt tenants of rain as the shingle roof Is tncon-'t well land owners who have aiderable disrepair The Indians 'produced rice will receive allot-however disregard such slight in- ments In accordance with their will be Days of ' 49 features of which Yuba County has many An early day stage carrying Wells Esiro treasure and passengers guarded by a shotgun messenger will be a number Chicoan Near 90 Tells Of Candidacy For Justice Post CHICO (Butte Co) April 2— John Nelson gives as a qualification as a candidate for justice of the peace of Chico Township next August that he will be 60 years of age before the election takes place and during the last ten years he has had three thorough physical examinations 'and have been pronounced sound and healthy in every respect" Hs said "I am to-day in perfect health" The Incumbent in the office is L E Newton who will seek re-election ADVERTISEMENTS conveniences as a leaky roof in expressing their wish to hold weekly services The first of these aerv-ices will be conducted next Sunday FIVE ARE HURT IN CAR WRECK Brother-In-Law Of Earl Lee Kelly Is Among Those Injured In Shasta REDDING (Shasta Co) April 2— Five persons are in Redding hospitals as the result of a head-' on collision at 3:30 o'clock yesterday morning near the Cottonwood Subway Andrew T Jessen 27 of Anderson brother-in-law of State Director of Public Works Earl Lee Kelly- was the most seriously injured He received a broken right leg above the knee and a broken left ankle Ho is a patient in the Dozier Sanatorium Miss Anna Seholfleld an employe of the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company here and Captain C N Terry of San Francisco received broken noses and bruises Elmer Junkans of Redding received a severe scalp wound and Bennie Cassel of Spokane Wash suffered cuts on his nose and bruises The four are in the St Caroline Hospital Crash Is Investigated Junkans accompanied by Jessen Miss Scholfield and B Hart of Iron Mountain who esedped unscathed was driving to Redding after attending a dance near Red Bluff Cassel was driving the other car owned by Captain Terry Cassel is reported to be a hitchhiker picked up by Captain Terry who then permitted him to drive part of the time They were bound for San Francisco bile ha was driving sldeswiped a tree on the Marysville Highway near Rough and Ready skidded ninety feet and crasned into another tree The youth was driving an automobile owned by his brother Ronald Howard of Sacramento an employe of the Shell Oil Company The accident occurred about 6 A M when Howard was driving toward Rough and Ready alone Captain J E Blake of the state highway patrol investigated the accident hi(ory as rice farmers during the base period" Wallace said apparently the Patterson company had a share tenant and was receiving one-third of the crop as rent Wallace said It will be necessary to obtain another tenant If the old one has loft The finding of a suitable tenant should not prove difficult THREE SEEK ELECTION AS CONSTABLE IN I0NE IONE (Amador Co) April 2— There are three candidates In the race for constable in lone Joseph Sibole incumbent will be a candidate Two others have announced themselves namely Gui Levcrone and Jack Kelley Now give your stomach hot bath in morning Wathei away poiiooi and acids that V'? JV'1 your K 0 111 a r h i n oo i shape ' r i i for the day You will discover re- cauie pain puts itoraach in shape IUits st once M you Won’t inHer distress alt day lilSoDul— which la prescribed by N more doctors than any other prepa- OW Rll of you who have stomach ration -—contains bicarbonate of trouble are urged to try this soda FORTIFIED by four Import-fnster way to relieve— and prevent ant Ingredients that stomach spe-— the suffering that comes after cinllsts say should he added to give eating drinking or smoking To you FASTER MORE LASTING those of you who are used to taking RELIEF— relief Impossible to ob-mlnt tablets magnesias and ordi- tain by less scientific methods nary antacids like bicarbonate of Start giving your stomach a hot soda it will give life a new rich- ItlSolloL bath In the morning See ness for yourself how it relieves— and It Is exactly what most doctors prevents — heartburn gas pains now tell their patients to do acidity and other distressing trou-When you wake up in the morn- bles that follow eating smoking mg drink a glass of hot water with and drinking YOU'LL SAY IT’S a spoonful of ItlSolloL in It That's MARVELOUS Any druggist will all you have to do to get rid of sell you a can of ItlSolloL for only poisonous matter and excess acids tV Olive Agreement May Be Given Amendment SAN FRANCISCO April 2— Proposed amendments to the 1933 canned olive agreement under the Agricultural Adjustment Administration will be considered here this month by Budd A Holt senior economist of the AAA special crop section and Carlile Bolton-Smith AAA attorney who are in Berkeley following a hearing in Fresno on the proposed raisin industry agreement The olive agreement is effective for 1934 as well as 1933 but the industry seeks to amend it to impose more regulation on the intrastate marketing of canned olives The visiting Washington officials also may be called upon to assist in the preparation of the proposed canning peach and apricot agreements A meeting of the statewide apricot committee has been called for Friday by Chairman Arthur McClay of Santa Clara County CHICOAN IS ARRESTED CHICO (Butte Co) April 2 — Enoch Pollard of Chico is held In the jail here to-day charged with drunken driving He was arrested last night after driving over the sidewalk onto the lawn in front of ihe Chico State Teachers College FIVE KILLERS ARE REFUSEDPAROLES Old Murders In California Are Recalled In Study Of Applications Five murderers serving life terms at Folsom Prison were denied paroles by the state board of prison terms and paroles at meeting Saturday Among those refused liberty are the notorious Zollie Clements the Stockton Sunday School teacher who turned bandit and killer and Oscar Olsen who was sentenced from Sacramento County twenty-nine years ago for killing a man in a box car and attempting to sell his body to the coroner Padilla Case Is Coming Up The case of Fortuna Padilla a Mexican youth who set fire to a Japanese school here causing the deaths of ten children was not considered and will be taken up at a meeting two weeks hence Clements’ parole denial Saturday was his seventh since 1915 He also has made three attempts to escape from the prison and in 1926 walked away from a prison road camp in Mariposa County Confessed Many Killings He was convicted of the murder of William Newman a Stockton saloon keeper Later he confessed ! to five other murders including the killing of James Markham a Sacramento carpenter in a street carnival holdup here in 1902 Other murderers denied paroles include Arthur Johnson who killed Ralph Werner in Yuba County Johnson now is serving his fourth prison term Police Killer Is Refused Calvin Powell Los Angeles policeman-killer likewise failed to ! win hie freedom Rowell was a member of a gang of five burglars who fatally shot two officers December 6 192L Of the five two were hanged one died in an Insane asylum and one committed suicide A $10000 reward paid to policemen whn arrested the murderers was te'3 t0 lz r°u “P to rour stifw:tion or wno arresxea ine muraerers was money bark rurn of emptr park turned over to the widows of the - dead officers The fifth parole denial went to Emmett Sole who when 18 years old killed another man in Livermore Cole ha been in prison for twenty years Only one parole was granted out of sixty-four cases heard This went to Robert Clark of Humboldt County who was serving a term for passing a fictitious check Children Are Injured As Cars Collide In Lodi LODI (San Joaquin Co) April 2— -Harvey Martin 8 ard his sister Dorothy- 6 are- the only victims of a collision between an automobile driven by their father Charles Martin and Harry Stroh 501 Hilborn Street at Sacramento and Elm Streets Saturday night The Impact of the crash threw Harvey Martin part way through the windshield and Inflicted cutB on his head and fact His sister received minor cuts and bruises and an injured right knee j Child Is Struck By Car On Grass Valley Street GRASS VALLEY (Nevada Co) April 2— Miss Alice Thomas 14 daughter of Mr and Mrs William Thomas is in the Jones Memorial Hospital suffering from a broken nose and several broken teeth received yesterday when struck by an automobile while playing on Bennett Street The car was driven by J Meservey of Nevada City Frank Ward a prospector is in the Nevada County Hospital at Nevada City with a severe scalp' wound and a possible leg fracture received yesterday when his automobile overturned on a curve near the Yuba County line A companion LeRoy Ramsey Is uninjured Grass Valley Youth Is Injured In Car Crash GRASS VALLEY (Nevada Co) April 2— Kenneth Howard 21 a Grass Valley youth is in a critical condition in the Jones Memorial Hospital suffering from a sprained back and a fractured skull received early yesterday when the automo- Instantly Eased Quickly Healed Danger lurks In sores bolls Don’t delay) CARBOIL the great American Salve Boothes pain Immediately produces healing In a few days Nothing better for Insect bites and atinge Money back if it fall Ask your drugglet Spurlock-Neal Co Nashville Tena (adv) SACRAMENTO PLUMBING SUPPLY COMPANY M continues A bargain festival in Plumbing Supplies Our high grade stock going at SACRIFICE PRICES All of if must be sold before moving into new store BUILT-IN PATTERN BATHTUBS Prices greatly reduced on all white and colored built-in bath tubs Extra special $6920 values reduced to $3420 ONE-PIECE SINKS PAINTS Ortaintaed Kalsomlne A 6-lb pkg lb OC Guard Quality Taint AO In gallon gal Lindseed Oil OQg (your own ran) raw gal ! 3 ’ I 7 r Weathertthlrld Paint made by 12“'" 165 l 49c High class inside C I OQ enamel gal V I Brushes Of All Kinds We have a large assortment of one-piece sinks with hacks and drain board Models Include single and double drain board Various sizes White and colors I O TO 65 SPRINKLER HEAOS ' jfcaauftftL&Mii1 f J ' 35c All Brass Sprinkler Heads Special We can supply pipe cut to size and all necessary fittings and valves for sprinkler systems - FAUCETS and VALVES OF ALL KINDS Garden Valves SINKS While Enamel Steel Size 14x20 $2-40 Other Sizes Also Reduced STEEL PIPE —and malleable fittings Black and galvanized Our stock is complete Sizes Vs-in to 12-in WATER HEATERS Full Automatic Storage Heaters i 20-Gallon Size $3600 15-Gallon Size $3350 Copper Coil Heaters $595 COMPLETE BATHROOM OUTFITS Our largo stuck of high grade bathroom outfits In white and colored fixtures must ho sold All floor samples greatly reduced We also have a few slightly damaged sets at enormous savings LAUNDRY TRAYS 2 compartment cement best quality reinforced Single trays also reduced CLOSET SEATS $775 Oak or Mahogany Finish $215 up GARDEN HOSE All rubber -in Garden hose with coup- X SI-99 Space will not permit listing of all the special price bargains All items in stock plainly marked with special price tags Come in and look over our UNUSUAL stock Our stock is the most complete in Northern Cali-fonia We can supply all kinds of washers and repair parts irrigation pipe steel pipe and fittings soil pipe and fittings sewer pipe drain pipe Everything greatly reduced during this gigantic special sale SACRAMENTO SUPPLY 515-517 J Street PLUMBING CO Cap 1717 i

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