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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              E OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 IFLDT ill Many lo Be Employed On Campus and On Western Waterfront new SERA projects in Berke ley and Oakland employing 680 and women and costing had been approved by Roy W Pill In assistant administrator today Berkeley leveling and grading of the playfields at the University of Californias womens gymnasium to increase the area available for plaving will employ 174 workers Cost is set at R A Weaver will supervise the work At a cost of buildings and yard areas on the western water front will be reconditioned by 480 workers Trestle will be removed roadway built parking areas fin ished and garages built J G Bas tow will supervise the work 464410 HOURS SUPPLIED During September according to records SERA supplied 404410 man hours of work in Alamecla County San Franciscos total was 7291S9 The total for the entire Slate was 7380130 In this connection Runo E Arne assistant SERA administrator in charge of field service asserted that the cooperation of clergymen school teachers nurses neighbors and organizations is sought that all in need and eligible for relief will be found and put on relief rolls A statewide medical Economic survey employing 1400 persons and costing and a project for im proving the Federal transicnt shelter at Stockton employing 39nrid cost ing were also approved HEADQUARTERS IN L A With headquarters in Los Angeles the survey win be conducted through 19 projects in 2fi counties including San Francisco Alameda Contra Costa Fresno Monterey Santa Claraand Santa Cruz Infor mation on the cost of medical and dental care for families in all in come range groups willbe obtained through the circulation of 20000 questionaires JanieJ Noe is in charge jA boiler will tx installed ware houses constructed and the present plant painted al the Stockton Fed eral transient sheitcr C H Sawyer isy supervisor AMVIlHTISllllHJVT Kill that Dont Merely Coddle It with f HalfWay i fA cold is notiimg to It may end seriously A cold being all inlernal infection calls for in trealmcnl II nlso calls for ajiCOLD remedy and not something good lor a number of other tilings asXwell Groves Laxative Broino Quinine Is what a cold requires H is cx a cold remedy ft is direct arid internal and il does Ihc four things necessary It opens the bow els conibals Ihe cold germs and feyer in the system relieves the headache and grippy feeling and tpncs and fortifies the entire system Anything less than lhat is taking chances with a cold Groves Laxa tive Bromo Quinine is sold by all druggists 30c and SOc Accept no substitute Pile Sufferers Can You Answer Thcsr Questions Do you know why external rem edies so seldom and per manent relief Why culling does not remove Ihe cause you know the cause ot Piles Is internal Ihere is congeslion of blood in5 Ihe lower bowel the veins flabby the parts lifeless Do you know that here is n harm less internal remedy for itching bleeding or protruding piles dis covered by Dr Lcinhardl and known as HEMROID that is guaranleed HEMROID banishes piles by re moving the cause It stimulates the circulation in the lower bowel drives oul Ihe thick impure blood and restores the affected parts HEMROID is so successful in even the most stubborn cases thai Owl Drug Co and all good drug gists advise every sufferer to get a boltle of HEMROID Tablets today them as directed then if not completely satisfied with results your money back BRIDESMAIDS TO ROYAL BRIDE A nVKIVJl S riMKNT Is This Too Good fpr Your Cough IjCreomulsion may be a better help ttjan you need It combines seven in one It is made for quick relief for safety j Mild coughs oCten yield to lesser helps No one can tell No one kpows wliich factor will do mos for any certain cough So carefu people more and more are using Greomulsion for any cough tha starts liThe cost Is a little more than a single help But your druggist i authorized to guarantee it so i cJosls nothing if it fails to bring you quick relief Coughs arc danger signals For safetys sake deal with in the best way known AIJVIIIITJSRSIBNT Way to Hold Loose f ALSE TEETH n Firmly in Place Do false teeth annoy and hotlic by dropping and Flipping when yo eat talk or laugh Just sprinkle JIUIo1 FASTEKTIT nn your plitc Thin new tnstclcns powder hold tcctn firm and comfortable N KUffimy jooey ptiHly taste Make tirpsllh plftnsanl Get KAHTKKTI Sherwood Swan Co nn OwI Co or any dru store FASCISTS American Union Commander Estimates Adherents and Gives Outline of Purposes NEWARK N J Nov The U Fascists S American Union of Inc defines itself in its Princess Irene of Greece 30 upper elder sister of King George of Greece a daughter of King Conslnnline and n cousin of Princess Marina who will become llic bride of Prince George Dukeof KenI next Thursday Upper center is Princess Eugenie of Greece 24 daughterof Prince George of Greece who is an uncle of Princess Marina Upper right is Grand Duchess Kira of Russiiii Lower left is the invitations issued to the royal wedding Lower right Lady Mary Cambridge 10 only child of the Mar quess and Marchioness of Cambridge and n bridesmaid Associated Press photos Three Kings to Dine at Duke Of Kents PreWedding Feast LONDON Nov performed before only a select eoni RrCHMOND Nov puo school fcnehcrs from sill parls Contra Costa County in allciul ncc the county teachers institute pence here today and will con mic throufihout Wednesday Five hunclred or more letichers vill attend the sessions whichare einfi held nt Richmond Union ligh School according to Wallet Helms Richmond school isupor nlcndcnt This will be the first nrccttiiy inslilule held here A ncday inslilutc was held last car Dr K W Thomas president of he Fresno Stale Teachers College poke on Personality and Social Responsibility at the fjcnerai scs ion this morning B O Wilson ounty supcrintendcnl of schools poire on The Challenge of Con licting Claims in Education GLEE CMIH HKAltl Selections by the Crockett Glee lub under direction of Euyene Blaricnard opened the session Section meetings worn scheduled or this afternoon Miss llolen lowell nssocialc in nrl al theUni of California at Los An clcs will speak on Education Mirough Art at n section meeting f elementary school tpachcrs Speakers at he adminislvafors nd adull cducalion seclion will be George C Mnnn chief of the Stale division al adult and continuation education W H Orion chief of the division bf health and physical ed icntirn of the Stale department and Dr L II Praser of Richmond Dr L t Stutulley priticipal of Jurbank Junior Higli School Berkeley will speak at the visual education section meeting W B Knowles of Martinez presi dent of the Contra Costa County Teachers will be the presiding officer of general sessions PROGRAM Dr H A Storin directorof the division of industrial arts educa tion of the San Jose State Teach ers College will speak on Educat ing Youth for n CharifiinR Civiliza tion al tomorrow mornings gen eral session Dr Herman F Swnvlz president of the Pacific School of Religion also will speak His topicwillbe The Superfluous Generation The business meeting of he county edu cational association will follow the addresses Mrs Vera Jones Bright of San Francisco and Misj F The resia Nelson nf John Swell High School Crockett will speak tomor row afternoon Speakers Wednesday will include K F Bcrgstrom delegate lo the National Education Association con vention at Washington D CVicr ling Kersey State supcrintendcnl of public1 instruction and Willard EGivens superintendent of Oak land schools of Entlnntl Christian of Denmark and Haakon of Norway their queens will sitdown together tonight in Buckingham Palace nl a dinner given by King CJenrRe in honor of Princess Marina find the Duke of Kent The King and Qleon of Denmark nd Prince Waldemiir arrived in onrlon today the wedding vhich lakes nlacc Thursday A busy oiinri of privateengagements faced Marina The first dinner party connected vith Ihe wedding will be held in he Bcorgcoiis while and gold Stale lining room of Buckingham Palace onight Magnificent gold plate one of the nosl costly possessinns of the British ovcrcigns will be tised GUTTERING AFFAIR The occasion will be in glitlcring to the quiet and iiuxpen ive home life lo which Ihe Princess vas accusiomed before her ncnl An altar service of solid gold will je used for hi second wedding Greek scaling Ihe union of Princess Marina uid Ihc Duke This ceremony much shorter and DIME FOUND IN EGG CHAMBERSBURG her belonging to N B McVltty ot the Dry Run community has performet a feat suggestive of Ihe mylhfcn that laid the golden eggs McViltys hen is off the golc standard however She Inid an inwhich yas badly eor rodel 1017 pnny of royal witnesses will follow immediately Ihe Church of England service at Westminster Abbey H will be solemnized in the pri vate chapel of Buckingham Palace own constitution as an organiza tion of American citizens who be lieve in Cod and the American Hag E G Astone commander claims 20000 members and sympathizers in this stale alone and a total of near ly half a million members and sym pathizers scattered through New England and the Middle Atlantic stales and as far wcel as Illinois Some of Ihe members arc uni some are not Mcsl of the uniformed lot go in for drilling and sports and are known as the Sporting Troops At meetings Ihey arc ushers and guards The uniform consists of khaki shirt and breeches leather riding boots or puttees a necktie and overseas cap DEFEND GOVERNMENT The purposes for which this corporation is formed are to quote from the Constitution to support and defend our own American form of government Prolccl and defend every American principle Promote a belter understanding between the rich and the poor be tween the employer and the em ployee Create a spirit of unselfish cooperation in every walk of life between capital and labcx Members must be UnitedSuites citizens anc in case they are not help them to become citizens and also help them to obtain their United Slates citi zens papers Promote physical anc cultural instruction to the mem bers All aliens must apply as soor as eligible for their first papers All shall serve the nation anc none the faction reads a leafle issued by tlie organization All shall work and thus enrich their country and themselves Opportu nity shall be open to all but privi lege lo none Great position shall be conscded only to great talent Reward shall be accorded only fo service Poverty shall be abcJishcd by the power of modern science released within the organized state LARGELY ITALIAN The dues are fifty cents a year The organization Aslone says has no foreign affiliations makes no conscious effort lo imitate themeth ods of Mussolini or Hitler has no desire lo see a dictator scl up in Ihis country The membership Astone says in cludes Jews and Negroes workers nnd employers It is however he says largely Italian in competition The headquarters a bare room on I ho first flour of AK ones home is furnished with table and Iwo chairs and New Suit Said Crime Breeders I SAN FRANCISCO Nov When theFederal government pa a man from prison and gives him a new suit of clothes as passes through the gates it is encouraging him lo return to a life of crime That was Ihn charge made today by H H McPike United States Dis trict Attorney af he advocated sweeping reforms in arole proce dure before the conference of Federal probation officers here Joel R Moore Washington D C supervisor of probation presided at the session McPike pointed however that even with the inherent weaknesses of the plan Chief Probation Officer Charles H Uptons report showed that out of 400 men paroled lesp than onefourth of one per cent have failed to report OUTH TIKS E Death Takes Steamship Man Frank B Morehouse 47 wel known shipping man and for the past 10 years district freight agent for the Nelson Steamship Lines in the Eastbay died at the Merrill Hos pital today victim of a heart ail ment His home was at 830 Green Road Prior to coming to Oakland More house was agent for the Nelson Company al Richmond t He war i member of the Richmond Kiwani Club and the Athens Athletic Club A native of Prekskill N Y More house served in thiUnited State Navy as an instructor at Goat Isl and for six years During the wa Tie was employed by the Bethlchcnr Steel Company at their Alamcd plant His uncle was the late Fred Bon fits coowner and publisher of th Denver Colo Post Surviving are hii widow Mrs Edna B Moorehouse and a son Theodore Funeral services a r pending SAN FRANCISCO Nov lice Sergeant Oliver L Hnssinfi and two of he three alleged gangster built by Queen Victoria in as I friends with whom he is charged ii conservatory The service expected lo occupy less than 30 minutes will he sol emnized by the Archmiiulritc of Hie Greek Church in loiidon Arch bishop GcrmanoK ALTAR SHRVICK Preceded by the priest singing a psatm and swinging an inccnsor the hridnl coiiple wilt enter the chape bearing lighted tapers Then follows a brief leclurc from the priest instructing them in hnw to live the admonition being io conduct themselves acceptably In Cod nnd honorably The priest places crowns on Ihc heads of he bride and bridegroom three times repenting llicae words O Lord our God crown them with glory and honor First taking the common cup and blessing it the priest passes it three limes to each of Ihe participants 1o drink The service ends with the bride and bridegroom kissing and Ilic priesl pronouncing a blessing of dis missal Lavalike Substance Takes Place of Ambergris Find STINSON REACH Nov Mayor N L said he with burglary with explosives were arraigned today before Superior Judge I L Hnrris The case was continued to December 3 for picas Massing Richard Frank and Ken neth Meyers were arraigned The fourth man under grand jury in dictment Frank Fitzgerald is a fugitive from juslicc The Hireo men were kept apart during the court appearance Meycrs who allegedly iriidc Hie confession fo police which iriipli catod Massing and the others was carefully guarded for fear of re prisals by his former companions police said John J Tanlfe attorney for Mas sing was reproMonted at the ar raignment by Joseph Itaugheywho urged the nrraignment be delayed until Taatfe could be present The liittcr was in court in Alameda Couiily on another case Hnughcy charged Ihe indiclmcnls hart1 been rushed through Ihe grand jury Judge Harri however declared he no reason for delaying the ar raignmonl The Ihrce defendants will make their pleas when they appear again December 3 believed thai the stuff was of vol cunic origin and said that three weeks ago the bench was swept by in County seaside community vhich recently altracted wide at ontionin what proved to be a false discovery lias staged a a series of mysterious heavy seas comeback Tcsidcnts there today The ambergris discovered on have a new and exciting mystery to I he beach instead of being that rare ponder upon I and expensive basis for perfume This time its lavoor something proved lobe the crust from a sewer that looks like Uiva and various Ihcories nn its origin arcbeing ad vanced by laymen and experts alike ForIhrec miles along Ihe beach the sands were strewn yesterday by small pieces of mysterious ma terial The pieces had Ihe general appearance of a cross between a licliee nut and a red golf bull The initial discovery of he stuff was made by Mrs Paul Grunerl wife of a Stinson ft each conlraclor while she was hunting for orna mental stones for her garden Soon Ihe rush was on with men women and children participating Although even if Ihc material is lava it has no mnncliry value il was being collected as souvenirs ATT underwater volcano was rc sponsible for the stuff according lo one theory Skeptics however said had been cleaned oul O O F to Hold Second Nominations Second nominntion of officers will be conducted at Iho meeting of Lodge No 401 I O O F in Ihc lodjio rooms next Wed nesday evening A special program of enferlainmenl has been provided according to Charles F Hall noble grand The past grands jewel will be presented as n part of the cere monial N E U R I T I S Dont Suffer H R Winn life insurance agent nd executive in California and Nevada for twentythree years died I his home at 563 Santa Rey Ave iue late yesterday after a lengthy llness He was agency organizer in the San Francisco office of the New York Life Insurance Company from 909 when he came to California until his retirement in 1932 A native of Macon Mo he was 69 rle was a charter member of Lake shore Lodge of Masons and a hriner Winn is survived by a widow VIrs Florence II Winn a daughter Mrs P C OKelly of Susanville a son Richard of Oakland two sis tors Mrs R L Holmes of Holly wood and Mrs L W HaKsett of Gulfport Miss and three grand children Funeral services will be private Broken SeWers to Give Work to 14 SAN LEANDRO Nov teen peivons will be employed on new project approved for operation in San Leandro in replacing broken sewer lines that serve the Failmount County Hos pital according to A C Jensen who will supervise the work work is being sponsored by County of Alnmeda AnVKRTISKMMXT St Louis Bertrands To Hold Whist Party Final arrangements have been completed for the annual Thanks living whist to be held at St Louis Jerlrahrls Church Hall 101st Avc iiie and East Fourteenth Street omorrow evening at oclock Proceeds will goto help defray parish expenses according to II A ogcs chairman He is assisted by he following committee R Penny colt A R Pennycott H Muller eorge and John Machado Dnn 1 Murray BillyMullins W West M Ansclmo J1 Slpalccs J Mulgroxv I Reimer F Wclchmcyer 1 Mc Shcrry J Wallgrcn W J Adam Ed Renshaw E Bill Andy Ccrjack and W Bugica WASH OUT 15 MILES OF KIDNEY TUBES Win Pep Vif or Vitality Medical authorities that your kid neya contain 15 MILES at tiny tubes or whicH help to purifjr the blood keep you healthy Jf you have trouble with too freaucni lilrddcr passages with scanty amount cann ing burning and discomfort the 16 MILE3 kidney tubes need Thi a ger sicnal may be the bccinninE of naKtfjnff I backache lee paina loss of pep and vitality it ct tine up nigh la lumbaKo swollen nd ankles rheumatic pains and dizzincju If kidneys dont empty 3 pints every day ami get rid of pounds of waste matter your body will take up these poisons caueiiiff serious trouble It may knocV you out and lay you up for many months Dont wait Ask your druggist for DOANS PILLS a doctors prescription which has used successfully by millions of kidney suf ferers for over 10 ycara They arivc quick relief and will help to wash out the 11 MILES of kidney tubes But dont take chances with atroriK or socalled kidney cures that claim to fix you up in 15 minutes for they may seriously injure and irritate delicate tisucs Insist on DOANP PILLS the old reliable re lief that contain no dope or habitforming druKS Be sure you set DOANS PILL3 nt yourdruinrist 1334 FosterMilburn Rail Workers Suit Of Begins Trial of a damage sui filed by Fred Edginglon against the Southern Pacific Company begai before a jury in Superior Judge Leon E Grays court today Edginglon charges that while riding on the stirrup of an auxiliary water car at Carlin Nev a grat iron gave way and he fell suffer ing serious injuries Edging on was employed as i brakeman hTe suit was brougli under Ihe Federal Employment Iia bility Act Film Men Seek New Deal in Film Code WASHINGTON Nov Sol Rosenblatt NRA division ad ministrator will leave for Los An geles tomorrow to discuss fair prac tice provisions for Ihe motion pic ture code with Ihe industry Rosenblatt is mailing Ihe Irip pl Ihe request of Ihe Actors and Writers Guild which has expressed dissatisfaction with application of some code provisions STROLLED TO MILES NASHUA the pioneers arenl dead John Dcskcret farmer and his wife recently walked 70 miles to herd their sheep here tor shipment Wealthy L A Man Would Enjoin Writ SAN FRANCISCO Nov C Axelson millionaire Los Angeles manufacturer today nskccl the State Supreme Court for a writ which would prevent a Los Angeles judge from ordering him to pay tem porary maintenance lo his wife Gladys pending the outcome of his annulment suit against her Axel son claimed that his wife had an other husband when he married her in 1932 and thai she had misrepre sented her age o him SkinItch Torture Ends Millions Praise Zemo Zemo quickly relieves the tor lure ofJlchins Rashes and Ring the irritation of Eczema Pimples and similar skin troubles For 25 years Zcmp has been used and praised by millions as a clean safe dependable rem edy for family use lo relieve skin irritations A trial convince you of its great merit Insist on genuine Zemo its worth the price because you get relief Approved by Good Housekeeping Bureau No 35c 60c 1 All druggists Funeral Held for Victim of Automobile EL CERRITO Nov rites for Charles S Averill 4f of 207San Pablo Avenue who was killed when he was struck by an automobile here were held yester day at the Wilson Kralzcr chapel Richmond Rev C E Flynn of Berkeley offi ciated and interment was al Sunset View ccmclery Avcrill a locnl pel dealer is sur vived by his widow Mrs Ilo7cU Avcrill two sisters Mrs Minnie Brown of Salt Lake City and Mrs Sue Clausscn of Cedar Rapids la and a brother Fred Averill of Cedar Rapids A pVKUTi s iri Ui For Backache Kidney And Bladder Trouble Stop Gettin Up Nights TTcrea onn good way to flush harmful wnstd from kidneys and stop blailrtrr Irritation hat often scanty hnrnins and smart ing pnssagc Ask your rtriiEffist n 35cent boi rC Gold Medal Haar lem Oil splendid safe and harmless diuretic and stimu lant for woalf kidneys nnd irritated Uesiflos petting up niKhls Rome symptoms of kidney trouble nro Itackaches puffy eye cramps and mnlst palms hut he sure to pet its the Kenuinc mnrticlnc for weal kidneys from llaarlnm In Holland il could be nothing more than coal I clinkers tossed overboard from a I ilnri from tliosn sliMp iileiclnff K imiiK lh I sliouUier nerK ronriii Neuritis nlso inniil ship rests itself hy frontal Iicnclnnhap Professor Ralph W Chancy XJni miff jnmtx sAro muscloB nVKTOT vrsily of California palconloloiisl said he had seen1 similar deposits but they had proyctl to be rOfuso froma ship The stuff was pro nounced of volcanic origin Ins nifihtrby Dr H SP Hafacl scolpRisl nV formrily Inai of hescolocydepartmenlof live Texas rrlior nol only In Neuritis but to Kriti llrii N MI nil pi a Co to ynnr today nhl rnimuln Minnijli fop n w Palis livnlinrtnf Try IlnhTolr lilic hiinilrorlx nf olliprsyou will tlllLUK IIH RAETOL Neuritis Capsulei CHANDLER COAL THE WOTlTvDS ftrOST WONDERFUL COAL Lump Run Medium and Stove S20 00 per ton If you nnl vrrv wrlicnlir if anr Viiul of mat nill snil Tdll then JO tlont nrcd CtMnrtlcr Hut U Trll want n roal which hcttsr unrt ctcmicr lonrfr Is jonlles and less nilh iterllnr niialilir jon dont find In orrlinurr coal Ilirp try Ctianrtlrr ill your fncl troilhlci are over ACCEPT NO SUBSTITUTE 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