The Fresno Bee from Fresno, California on December 15, 1934 · 6
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The Fresno Bee from Fresno, California · 6

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'J ' 'N w To Appear Iii Play SET DATES FOR ARE NEEDED FOR EiY- E --:y CAN PILE AID FOR NEW BABY Nourishing Food Is Lacking Due To Man's inability To Find Work & -' 'i?K Will Be Reopened To-night ‘ Resplendent in New - Dress: - ' Entirely modernised at a cost of nearly $25000 the Fox Kiiima Theater will reopen to-night after belay closed for two weak A modernli tic note has been carried out in the remodeling work both in the interior and exterior of the motion picture house A - new mar- quea of the latest design has been installed in front of the theater a modern box office erected and the exterior lobbies redecorated and Indirectly lighted The interior of the theater has been modernised New carpets have been laid a modern ventilation system Installed chesterfield ' sets added in the foyer and new seats installed including a special lose section " The projection! "room has been equipped with the- newest type projection ‘ ‘equipment- Including new lenses sound amplifiers and reproducers A new-type screen bored full of small holes which allows the sound to penetrate naturally and clearly to every part of the theater also has been added The walla and celling of the Interior have been decorated in the modernistic trend Elmer G Hanks general superintendent of maintenance for the Northern California division of Fox West Coast Theaters bad chargs of the work Kenneth E Workman is manager of the Fox-KInema I Zaruhf Elmassian Is Guest Soloist For Fresno Group’s Program Belief work of the Armenian General Development Union w furthered by proceeds of the society’s fifth annual public concert last night in the Woodmen of the World ha!L- Misa Zaruhi Elmassian of Lot Angeles guest soloist sang several numbers Other on the program were llisa Marten Kaia jian violinist: Rev V B Amirkhanian and Richard Bagdasairan The Armentan-American Citizens Club Orchestra directed by Paul - Paul played and numbers were sung by the choirs of the Armenian HcSy Trinity Pilgrim Armen-A'lan Congrgegationaf and Armenian Presbyterian Churches The choir directors were K Kalfayan Miss Hazel Missakian and Miss Lily Doudoukian respectively Miss Na-vart Bbamgochian was the accompanist ' Rev K Kaalmlan gave a benediction at the conclusion of the program Lsesl Office V a Weather lirwt an-e iris Bids Teiepbeet a-Tin nme CsMomis December II Ittl Fsmsilt TUI $ F M Sudar yon ntroira and vicinity— rir to blsht end Bunder (ce In moroins: moderate temperature lirbt northwest wind FOX NORTHERN CALIFORNIA— Pall to-aiaht and Sunder but local morrtns foe in Sacramento and Ran Joe cuts Vel-ltrai local IroMa ta-nitht Weather Caudltlaaa Additional raini fell in aU parts of California reaterdar and continued In Southern Californio last nieht followrdiia vi-ra nd nsBk Tat as T bp moaUr clear weather In the etate thi ° — na D Illw- inrnins At tbc same time precipitation vaa unuiuailr seneroui seer tha (rratrr part ol the taiternountain resign arhile enlr lisht aeattered precipitation occurred tMCnd the Rocklea In tha plafna sod Valler area Ttnperaturaa areRnd Jane and Mary Doe Arnbrls- aubetantlallr hisher than normal in the Itockiei and plaina and they are eubnormal In modarato desrre berond th lllaau-sippL A amall center Of barometric depreaelon remain awr Northern Arizona but hisher preuure ahmt this eoaat snurea sener-allp fair weather In thia valier ever Sundae with conaiderable foe- W E BONNFTT Vat (4 Ban r tndlas At A M US HartdUa Tima lowest preelp blsheal law lait 31 Ssorist CzIKorals RzvoHo 11 (Ore har Tnaserstorael Sutton— Mas Min WrtthrrRmln 9'orkuin 1 Clnedr M M-rrvd (I 41 CIvar 60 Freano S 41 Cloud? 1? 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Normal dailr minimum temperature lot -p'vnir-ie K-thrst yesterday lowest this date 40 1 "orchard maximum yriterdayl' minimum this data 41 and dl 1 HeD and lav this- data laat year 4C nd M ’ T:m of runtir to-day Tjf: ef ion-' 4 41 m Fred I White left vice chairman of the Fresno Conventions Committee Inc is showing Harper L Knowles of San Francisco chairman of ihs American Legion convention city investigation committee a certified check for $5000 the Fresno delegation will present to the department executive committee in Ventura this evening The latter will certify to Fresno's ability to handle the convention rrfieBeeRadilcE 580 Kilocycles A civic parade in Los Angeles headed by the mayors of four Pacific Coast cities will march to the music of the Carborundum Band directed by Arthur Prior the notgd band leader playing in Buffalo N Y to-night at 7 o'clock The-unique feature of marching to the music of a band 2500 miles away will mark the opening of WU-shlre Boulevard through Westlake Park in Los Angeles Pryor willUor an his prograny with Cal re X Come Roxy and his gang will present program of hit tune this evening such as one would hear on a tour of the current musical shows on Broadway New York - Life Begins At 8:40 ' Revenge With Music Anything Goes Page Mies Glory The Great Wals Celling All Stars and Say When will be the shows represented on the program The vocal rendition on the air of Carefree the theme song of the series by Great Stueckgold will be a feature of her program to-night with Andre Koetelanets and the orchestra The song was written especially for the Kostelanetz series For All We Know and Give Me A Heart To Sing To recent song hits wiU be featured"- by Mary Courtland with Robert - Armbrus-ter'a Orchestra DismissalAsked ToCIear Record Of Liquor Cases Request for dismissal of fifteen abatement proceedings begun prior to the repeal of prohibition were filed yesterday by the district attorney’s office Some of the proceedings bed been partially prosecuted while a number had been abated voluntarily If the requested dismissal Is granted It will clear district attorney records of prohibition-dsy cases Dismissals were requested in casea against Katie Ebel Dorothy May Reeves and William O'Neal Nora Faller Peter Feller and Lee Ricci Harrison and Leola Garrison Tje E Travers and Lacqueline Cooper Nellie Pnppln Neal and Vivian Evanikoff E Tomasettl and Erislla Tomaaetti Jack J Alex 'ter Phillip and Mary Zultn T B DeWitt George Morlnos and Vln-renzina Zarconl Peter Ferresee Gordon Holcomb Peter Skupaa and Georxe Stone Rosa K Arakelian and Fred Tripple and E Tomaaetti and Jane Doe Tomasettl his wife WRESTLER IS HELD Fred Inlow Jr 28 Identified by the police as a prcfesa'onal wrestler Is held to-day on charges of drunkenness disturbing the peace and resisting an officer following a fight with Patrolmen W H Daniels J H McCoy and Jailor J W Ripperdan in connection with his arrest at Fagan Alley and Tulare Street laet night Daniels was treated at the emergency hospital for bruises on tha head MRS JOHANNA WIKS DIES Mrs Johanna Sophia Wiks 72 a resident of California for eighteen years and a native of Sweden died last night at her home at 2845 White Avenue She was the mother of Mrs George S Collins and Ellen and Emily S Wik of Fresno Ida Wiks it San Diego Albert Wiks of Kirk-hoven Minn and Mrs L E Peterson of Minneapolis and th slater of Carl Mattson of Sweden Funeral services will be arranged by Stephens and Bean TAILSPIN TOMMY— A Timely Interruption! ifgfj 4NiwV onresA f’ATEUWCVCC OWC£9 OF FWff A 'AXtUAAf At4 5 £ASCOV6ea A Acor 70 STAKT A JtCVOL uTfOAV UAfCCt AdFMJ uvsarveC2 STUPENDOUS OIL ftSLD AT £l ICP3NO- firry emcxmg NBUMYtS TO SANK re 7290 TO 7JMf OVNTAL ary unn heq UNCLE iOHQ 745 TO ACquAE THE actaol concession I HAVE WAITED LOME MV MA UN& INEZI to see you 'alone- muat A6REE OH TV DATE OF OUR MARfUASE" MEANWHILE-CAPTAIN SAA CIA tees upon this MOMENT TO---ZC5 TO-NIGHT'S PROGRAM 5 P M Roxy Revue for Centaur Company CBS 5:45 P M Mary Courtland for Luden CBS 6 P M Chesterfield Presents Grete Stueckgold Andre Kostelanetz CBS 6:30 P M Benjamin Fraifklln CBS 7 P M Arthur Pryor directs the Carborundum Band CBS: 7:30 P M Comedy 8tars Of Hollywood Alka Seltzer 7:45 P M' recording 8 P M Richard Hfmber'e Stude-baker Champions CBS 8:30 P M Hodge Podge Lodge B P M Joe Haymes’ Orchestra CBS: B30 P M Del Whites Orchestra 10 P M’ time signal and weather forecast 10:02 P 81 Everett Hoag-land's Orchestra 10:15 P M Fred Skinner 11:30 P M Orville Knapp's Orchestra 11 P M Pasadena Orchestra 11:15 P M Dick Jurgens’ Orchestra 11:30 P M Uonel Hampton's Orchestra KXX— Hollywood— 1050 Key 5 P M Radio Church 5:30 P M Gospel Association 6 P M news 6:15 P M concert group 6:80 P M Your Dinner Dance 6:45 P M June Irwin 7 P M Frank Wata-nabe 7:15 P M Calmon Lubo-vUki violinist: 7j45 P M Comedy 'Capers J P'II Hollywood Barn Dance 8 P M news 9:15 P M Hollywood Barn Dance 10 P M Haven Of Rest 10:30 to 01130 P M 'Pontrelll’s Orchestra 2 - 1 KFI— Loa Angeles— 640 Key 5 P M Sigmund Romberg and William Lyons Phelps 6 P l£ Radio City Party 6:30 P M The Gibson Family 7:30 P M Ladies Laugh Last: 8 P M National Barn Dance: 9 P M studio program 9:30-P M to 12:30 A M Let’s Dance Kingsburg Students To Stage Vaudeville Show KINGSBURG (Fresno Co) Dec 15— Approximately 150 students will participate to-night at 8:15 o'clock Ir: Viking Varieties twenty acts of vaudeville which will be § resented in the Kingsburg High cbool auditorium A small entrance fee will be charged Cali forma Army Colonel Diet In East KNOXVILLE (Tenn) Dec 15— 'A1)— Colonel Charles B Stone Jr 55 who had hern in active army service since 1898 when he enlisted in the Seventh California Volunteers died at his heme early today following a brief Illness Stcne was chief of staff of the Eighty-first Division here He was transferred from San Francisco about year ago He saw twelve months’ service In France holding various posts and being personally cited for meritorious service by General John J Pershing Mickey Mouse Club Party Swells Tin Can Toy Piles Fresno kiddies came to the aid of the anmml Fresno Bee Tin Can and Toy Files to-day in a big way By tha time the Fox State Thea ter waa packed with approximately 1700 member of the Mickey Mouse Club at the weekly Mickey Mouse show the sidewalk on Fresno Street was lined with several hundred more children awaiting admittance The line extended around tha corners at both Van Ness Avenue nnd Fulton Street Manager John Fredericks - ordered the show cut short slightly In order that two ehow could be given Heretofore but n show Local Post Sends Delegation To Executive Board Session On Coast Headed by Mayor Z 8 Leymel delegation representlng the Fresno Conventions Committee Inc and Fresno Post Na 4 of the American Legion left early to-day for Ventura to- attend a meeting of the state executive committee of the American Legion at which the dates fbr the Fresno convention will be decided The executive committee consisting of fifty-four members will meet this evening and to-morrow The Fresno contingent plans to stop at the Santa Paula ranch of Dan Emmett former state assemblyman for a barbecue luncheon The delegation Includes Leymel Fred L White C J Anderson George D (Spike) Hennesay Warren C Tinkler Dr Edward Barbour E W Boney and Congressman B W Gearhart who will continue the trip to-morrow to Los Angeles where he will entrain for Washington D G Death Benefits For Unemployed Will Be Studied To investigate the possibility of death benefits for each other through extra assessment a committee will be appointed by the Citizens' League of Fresno County Unemployed The move was suggested by J P Kelly former general chairman of the league Kelly said other unemployed council! have tried the plan and have found it a success The new constitution and bylaws were read to the group last night during Its regular meeting in the W 5 W Hall They will be voted on later W M McKay local chairman announced the league will hold a Christmas party for th children Friday night in the halL Candies and nuts will be provided for the kiddies He also announced the league Is planning a benefit dance to be held at the Fresno Auditorium In January Dancing following the meeting will be discontinued for the next two meetings because of the press of business he said Man Held As Police Probe Coin Disappearance P H Helmuh 46 of Fresno la held to-day In an Investigation by the police of the accusation of William Schmidt of 2266 Holly Avenue that Hclmuth and an unidentified men bilked him out of more then $200 last night Police Lieutenant R T Wallace who Investigated aays that Schmidt may have lost the money or be mistaken in the amount he had as ha admitted he Helmuth and other had been drinking Helmuth left $270 with the operator of a West Fresno restaurant to be kept for Schmidt and handed Schmidt a receipt for it declaring he was too Intoxicated to care for it himself Of tha amount $220 was In gold Schmidt claims he handed - Helmuth $520 to be kept for him Three Hart When Cars Inrt W1 iJe At Intersection - One man Is In the Fresno County General Hospital critically Injured and two other suffered minor hurts yesterday In an automobile collision at North and Elm Avenue 8teven Garcia 45 of San Joaquin la unconscious in the hospital with a fractured skull Mike Garcia 15 and Guadalupe Dla 31 both also of San Joaquin suffered cuts and bruise Mrs Turner Names Mrs Coffey Secretary Mrs Florence L Turner newly-appointed director of the state department of social welfare to-day announced the appointment of Mrs Mamie Coffey of Fresno ss secretary of the special welfare dc- Ssrtment with headquarters in acramcnto She succeeds Miss Fiieta Fitgzerald of San Francisco Mrs Coffee was the women's city campaign director for the Merriam forces during the gubernatorial campaign in Fresno last Summer She recently has been cm inloyed Fresno district SERA disbursement office Previously she worked for the state railroad commission in the valuation of tha Fresno properties of the San Joaquin Light and Power Corporation has been given but the two shows were forced by tha immense crowd All children were admitted to the theater on presentation of a can of food or a toy The 'food and toys were turned over to the annual Fresno Bes Tin Can and Toy Plies Members of the 26-30 Club sponsored tha ihoe and will draw from the tin can and toy piles at Christmas to help in distributing tha food and toys to the needy A baby soon will com into tha world in a cheerless home on Roosevelt Avenue where the father la making a desperate but fruitless search for work to give tha new baby’ mother tha nourishing food aha should have to carry her through tha ordeaL Thera also la a 3-yea i-old boy In tha family for whom wholesome food is needed hut which has been woefully scanty The parents have deprived themselves of necessary food that their amall son will not go hungry but despite their seethe i meager supply unequal to tha demand What a drear outlook for Christmas there la in thia horn But through tha fifth annual Fresno Baa Tin Can PUa tha apeo- has bean' Can Pile Cash Donations Grow Apparently- there will ha plenty of bacon and other staple food in tbs fifth annual Fresno Bee Tin Can Pile due to cash contribution Thia cash ia spend for bacon been flour and other similar prod-ducts Hera Is tha score to date: Previously acknowledged $7695 George F Sharp 500 Fremtiden Lodge No 149 Danish Sisterhood 300 Candy Kid 005 Total 36500 ter of hunger will be routed and tha outlook of this family will be made brighter No longer wiir the head of the family be forced to deprive himself of tha nourishment he needs to trudge the streets looking for worx No longer will the amall son be compelled to go to bed at night with the hunger of a growing child unsatisfied and the mother will receive a sufficient amount of food to give her strength and vitality tor tha trial aha soon must undent o There are many families In Fresno in a similar plight To-day the Fox Stats Theater and the 20-30 Club co-operated with the result the pile swelled considerably Children wars admitted to the Mickey Mouse show at the theater on the presentation of a can of food or a contribution for the annual Toy Pile Other organizations are rapidly coming to tha aid of tha can pile More individuals era giving cans and packages of staple food But still there la not enough There must be more otherwise there will be dreary homes In Fresno on Christmas Day A person’s pride In hla own community ahould forbid that Help the can pile to help others Edison Tech School News A Christmas program will ba presented by the Amlcha Girl Re-j serves next week at tha old peoples' homa and the nutritional home The committee arranging the program la Rosa Lencloni Margaret CRlandra end Elsie Lung Ruth Horn Elsie Lung and Marie Roh were Initiated by the Schiller Vereln Club at a party Wednesday evening at the International Institute Edna Bush and Jans Fries were in charge New officers of the class of 1937 are: Paul DeLabblo president John Muir vice president Rose Lencloni secretary John Luther treasurer Vlnco Zullpi sergeant at arme Homer Bellas and Ruby Winter members of tha senior assembly program committee are writing a play to be presented by the seniors February 1st Margaret Faretta and Katherine Schlebelhut are selecting the cast The Girls League In conjunction with the dramatics department will present a Christmas program at an annual assembly next Friday Those in charge are: Plays Katherine Schiebellfut Invitation MIsaio Matauhura arrangements tor Santa Clau Mary 8chlegal transportation Zella DeLucca The lays to be presented represent Ihrietmaa in various countries They are: A Christmas Carol directed by Virginia Dimlsnl Tommy’s Chrlstmaa Dream directed by Frances Telesco Spanish Christmas directed by ArnrM Eli'slde German Christmas directed by Katherine Schlebelhut Italian Christmas directed by Merlon Humphries The First Christmas also will be presented The entire Edison faculty was entertained by tha men faculty at dinner Thursday Tha party waa built around the them of last Summer's activities Herman & Carlson master of ceremonies performed a mock radio interview with Annabel Irwin Mias Bernice Purdue and Kenneth Brown Snapshot taken by faculty members on trips were shown on tbs screen Tha program committee was com-irised of Warren Moody Newton Iramblett Brown and Edith Ayer Pearl Marovlch left Daniel Korach right and Virginia Zulim have leading roles In Grandmother Doze — Staff Photo Croatian Group Will Stage Play Dance To-night Recitation songs and a play are on a program which will be present edln conjunction with a dance sponsored by the junior order of tha Freano Nest Na 269 Croatian Fraternal Union of America tonight at 8 o'clock in the Parlor Lecture Club Virginia Zulim will present a welcoming address and recitations will be presented by Leo 8antlch and Mary Blloskov Pantomime and dialog will be fatura of a play Grandmother Doses Members ol1 the cost era Mias Zulim Dan Korach Pearl Marovlch Slovenka Blloskov Kick Bcvanda 8telle Papae John Zulim 'Winifred Pa-pac Leo Santlch Rosie Santich Tony Cubre and Mary Blloskov All Jugoslavs and their friends ire invited Credit Managers To Have Supper Dance Members of the Fresno chapter of the Credit Managers Association and their friends will attend a supper dance to-night at 8 o’clock In the main dining room of The Californian Approximately 200 persons era expected to attend Blanch Cetti and Margaret Wright will entertain and prises will be awarded The committee in charge la composed of C E Steiner Edwin De Witt E E Hollister Henry Sles-buttel L W Martin J E Crocker Ray Frey and F- J Ratliff SLAYER IS EXECUTED RALEIGH (N C) Dee 15-W) —Rufus Sattsrflrfd 43-year-old confessed slayer of Herbert Grice In a Wayna County love triangle case waa electrocuted at state's prison here yesterday Mrs Ruby S Grice 30-year-old widow of Grice an iron worker was acquitted with ner brother Donald Sasser of charges cf conspiracy In the alaylng John D Chlnello Dante Club irealdent who will retire January at was honored last night at a dinner meeting of the club In the Garibaldi Hall Tha members presented him with a d lain o nd- studded emblem pin chain and gavel The dinner was prepared by Lee Ricci and Sammy Cavataio assist ed Anthony Male presidentelect was toast-meats r and members cf the committee were John D Chlnello John D Romano George Obertl Mika Voipa and Harry Dlnublla ' Romano Dinubilo E G Arvedl Mark Bu-sacca Dr Georgs Sciaronl and William Barsotti spoke Jacob Lindauer sang cowboy songs accompanying himself on the guitar Popular songs were sung by Joseph Young and Mike Bcrnardl ana members of the club's baaketball teams were introduced Dr Sciaronl entertained the group with hypnotic-trick Plana are complete for an annual Christmas party for West Fresno children December 21st at 7 P M Rcmano reported and Mel announced progress of plana for a New Tear' a Eve dance Voipa Leon Todisco and Charles Cisco comprise a committee which will arrange a snow party in January Joseph Caglia 53 Dies At His Fresno Home Joseph Caglia 53 retired Freano rancher died last night at his home t 520 Oleander Avenue following F4V an lllneea of i !?n waa a native of Italy and had lived in Fresno for twenty-aaven years Ha ia survived by hla widow Josephine Caglia and five children Sadie Mary Theodore Louis and James all of Fresno Funeral services will he Monday under the direction of the Westaida Undertaker J Caglia Church Win Haze Baptiimal Services Baptismal services of the Mount Pleasant Baptist Church will he conducted to-morrow at 2:30 P M et the Memorial Baptist Church Rev E Leon Nails will officiate Sunday school will be conducted at 9:45 A M under the direction of Zedekleh Moore the superintendent Rev Nall will preach at thb morning service at 11 o'clock The Baptist Young People's Union will meet at 8 P M and an evangelistic service is scheduled for 7:30 P M A prayer meeting will he conducted Wednesday at 7:30 P M Former Edison Students Meet For Reunion Approximately eighty persona attended tha annual dinner and entertainment of former students of tha Edison Technical High School last night at tha Dante Cafe Nick Tancredy waa master of ceremonies Alice Arloto and Joseph Young sang and Nick Bernard! played accordion selection Show places cf Mexico eeribed by Hector Zamura Tha committee ' in charge waa: George Obertl chairman Henry Miller Victoria Tote and Henry Welgandt Legion Post Will Aid Basket Distribution Plans to co-operate with the Community Cheat In tha distribution of Christmas baskets of food and toya to West Fresno lesidents were made last night at a meeting of the State Center Poet No 511 of the American Legion Com' mender William A Blgby Jr presided A Christmas dance December 25th In the Garibaldi Hall will be sponsored by the post Leroy Calhoun la program chairman -Jack Hagatots of the Fresno post spoke briefly and plana were dlacuased for a ceremony for receiving the post's official rharter which has arrived from the national headquarters of tha legion ANNOUNCER-TOPIC Holiness will ba tha subject of Rev R H Camp paator of the African Methodist Episcopal Church F and Stanialaua Streets at the morning service to-morrow at 11:30 o'clock Sunday school will be conducted at 10 A -M under the dlrestlon of Georg Clark superintendent At 8 P M Rev Camp will apeak on Walking With God Mid-week service will ba conducted Thursday at 8 P M aiU WILL MEET Mr O Baker the president will prealda to-morrow at S P M at a meeting of tha Neighborhood Club at the home of Mr M Battle on Trinity Avenue Mr C Barnwell ia program chairman IBE RITES HELD Last rites for John lbs Jr 24 son of Mr: and Mrs John Ibe were conducted j y Rev Paul Krumbeln to-day In the Lutheran Cross Church He died Thursday Interment vii In tbs Mountain View Cemeteiy under tha direction of th McVay Funeral Home By GLENN CHAFFIN and HAL Ft) KB Eft T Toy Pile Grows But : Supply Still Is Far Below Great Demand The mountain of playthlnge needed to enable the thirteenth an huai Toy File to send Christmas gifts into every Freano homa wher parents are unable to pro vida experienced its best one-day growth to-day From dozens of sources a stream of toys poured into the headquarters at 1134 Broadway especially large accumulations having been realized at the weekly Mickey Mouse Club ehow at the Fox State Theater at aFrldey night pregram of the Loyal Knights of tha Round Table Auxiliary and at a meeting of the Fresno League For Tha Hard Of Hearing Hundreds of old toya have been repaired and repainted by Freano firemen and the toy making pro gram in the school vocational education department shops will ba completed early next week Among the army of children who will receive plaything fruit and Toy Pile Gets Gifts Of Cash Contributions to tha Toy Pile cash fund with which hundreds of dolls and other materials will ba purchased to make the thirteenth annual program a succes reached a total of $9798 to-day Donations may be left at the Toy Pile headquarters or addressed to the Toy File Director 1134 Broadway Previously acknowledged $9148 Big Creek donor 500 Andrew and Tove Anderson AO Interested Teacher 100 Total $9798 candy from tha Toy Pile are th thirty-five youngsters at the Wish I-Ah Sanatorium at Auberry Toys especially suitable for the group of ailing boya and girls there and those ' in the Fresno Nutritional Home the Freano County General Hospital children's ward and at similar Institutions annually arq selected from the Toy Pile The Fresno 20-30 Club was sponsor of the Mickey Mouse Club Tin Can Pile and Toy Pile program to-day The growing list of names of children who must be cared fer by the Toy Pile ia keeping pace with the mounting accumulation of toy however indicating tha Toy Plla will ba called upon to furnish Christmas bundles containing toya for soma 3000 boys and girl With irea and repainted but 100 repaii dolls available and a need fbr mere than 500 tha Toy Pile will ba corn palled to purchase aa many as possible with cash donated by kindly Freanana The fund also ia used to purchase various other supplies unavailable from donor y Women’s Post Collects Cans For Bee Pilf Fresno Womens Post Na 367 jbe- American Leclon joining in the community effort to raiee Tha Freano Bee'a tin can pile to mountainous proportions collected cans of food last night at a meeting In the Veterans Memorial Hall The post voted to repeat its usual custom of providing a Christ ms a tree and small gifts for patients In tha “old ladies ward” at the Freano General Hospital and also made plans for tha distribution of Christmas basket Esther Roach reported (here Is need of immediate relief for seven children whose mother died this week at the general hospital and whose father is ill A gavel of myrtle wood front Eastern Washington waa presented by Alberta Johnson to Eleanor Ashley post commander Tax Collections Far Ahead Of Last Year Tax collections are 37940761 ahead of last year Tax Collector Rev Baker said to-day Baker has collected 3232999278 In first and second instalment taxes as compared with $225058517 at this time last year Collections actually amount to more Rian $100000 in excess of laet 'rear because the charge for both Instalments Is $126905 less thsn In 1033-34 Baker Is charged with collecting $4063483 thia vear aa compared to $419047824 last year Final figures upon collections are expected next week amera ornered Tillie Long miy have been uc-aimed of being flighty but It ro- malnrd for the cornering camera man to learn tha latest By hiding hla Infermil machine -he crept up on the unsuspecting victim just as she waa boarding a plane headed for no one knows where In the dark of night “Just a fly-by-night Murbed tha G G But tha noise of the motors drowned his speech so ha lived develop another shot YOU 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