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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER26 1934 Entomologist Group HONOLULU Nov 26 They never heard of taxes in the Society Island group And while the native women toil in the fields c u 1 tivating t a r o har vesting co pra and car rying packs the men stay at home in their little g r a s s shacks and smoke and fish T h a ts what E1 wood Zim m er m a n University of Califor nia e n t o molo gist and young est member ELWOOD ZIMMERMAN of the Bernice P Bishop Manga reva seieniific expedition to the Society Islands group in the South Seas found during his six and one half month 9500mile cruise in the 89foot motor sampan Islander Zimmerman who returned here today is the son of Mrs E W Zim merman 9422 Foothill Boulevard Oakland He is 21 years old and a junior al university He was rec ommended as entomologist to Dr C Montague Cook Jr malacologist and head the expedition by his professor Dr Edwin C Van Dyke And today as a result of his work young Zimmerman has been offered a position as entomologist at the Bishop Museum here DISCOVERIES IMPORTANT The Islander carried the party of five scientists to 31 islands in the group negotiating poorly chartered and reef strewn waters Captain W G Bill Anderson was the skipper Among the islands touched at were Austral Tuarnoto Rapa Pit cairn and Kurutu Possibility that the expeditions More Than Hatt Oi U C Coeds Are Home Girls BERKELEY Nov than half the coeds enrolled on the Berkeley campus of the University of California are home girls A survey completed by Dean of Women Lucy Stebbins disclose that 2015 or 5262 per cent ot the undergraduate woivci at the uni versity reside at home This num ber includes students whose parents have established temporary homes in the Bay area during the college careers of their children The survey of living accommoda tions for college women also shows that 462 or 3207 per cent of the women students reside in approved boarding houses The next largest group represented by 400 women or 1045 per cent lives at sororities or clubs while there are 321 coeds or 838 per cent living in apartments and hotels Another 321 students or 838 per cent make their homes with friends or relatives Coeds working for room and board number 148 or 386 per cent International House cares for another 111 college women or 29 per cent of the total enrollment LEADERS FDR CHEST DRIVE PUBLIC Chairman Optimistic tor Success of Forthcoming Campaign Next Y ear link may between establish an southwestern early Poly nesia and South America was hinted on the return to Honolulu It may take one Zimmerman said Insects form a certain part the animal life and will give us clews When we com pare one type with another we can make a complete outline of what has happened in the Pacific linking the history by the relationship of genera and families We have found many specimens absolutely unknown to science many new records of distribution genera that have not been Sfound elsewhere Some have no common names Evcn the natives dont know them they are so rare LIVES OFTEN PERILED IP mi TO lit i IM i 1 U VETERANS CALENDAR TONIGHT V F W Sergeant Foster Post No 2509 8 p m San Leandro Veterans Building American Legion North Oak land Post No 423 8 p m Vet erans Building Sous of Union Veterans Col E D Baker Camp No 21 p 111 Veterans Building Col John J Astor Post No 990 ot the V F W will turn over its meeting on Friday night to officers of Post Office Post No 2G11 The meeting ushers in a new pro grnm policy of the Astor Veterans who propose to invite the different V F W Post commanders and their staffs in the Eastbay to take over the chairs of the meeting one night each month Comrade B Knhnberg chairman of the Astor entertainment commit tee is making plans for Fridays meeting Refreshments will be served later in the evening he said District commander and vicecom manders of the American Legion in the Second Area attended a confer ence Saturday at the De Anza Ho tel in San Jose Charles W W St John Area commander presided Reports were prepared for the Area executive committee meeting lo bo held next month in Southern California James L Landon of Oakland commander of District 10 and D M Bradley of Richmond command er of District 9 represented the Bay Counties at the San Jose con ference Several hundred old toys have Completion of personnel of the Educational Publicity Department for the coming 1935 campaign of the Oakland Community Chest with tentative plans for selection of the entire campaign council were an nounced today by Don B Rice campaign chairman Bice who is serving as campaign chairman for the second consecu tive year expressed himself as highly optimistic in regard to pros peels for a successful campaign in February and March For one thing he said the LYNCHING Brooke Hart Kidnap Case Revived as Damage Suit Filed Against Sheriff Emig Poor Find Child Raising Easier WARM SPRINGS Ga Nov people lind iteasier to ring up children than rich Mrs Tranklin D Roosevelt said in a adio speech last night She thought heir children superior in the qual ties of practicability independence nd capability She said she did not mean the extremely poor those un nble to maintain suitable standards 11 LIIIU i uiw LUJ j ituvi Tropical storms forced Anderson bficn galhGred b Alameda Legion to shift anchorage five times witn two and onehhlt days at Pitcairn IT rdnn rlprs11 How A portion of Islanders bow was carried away At Rapa firre broke out due to spontaneous combustion among the Bpecimen presses in the ships dry ing room Nearby were oil kero sene and gasoline drums Amid dense smoke that filled the hold Zimmermapn with Dr Harpld St John botanist and members ol ins crew quelled the flames Damp weather and waves break ing over decks spoiled the ma jority expeditions provisions necessitating living off the coun try At Rapa native women eager to obtain needles traded chickens in oxchange And according to Dr Cook be cause of the emergency the ex pedition located the best coffee in the world at Rurutu Natives do not grind the beauntil it ripens and falls from trie bush Old Espee Grounds To Be Tennis Court SANTA CRUZ Nov old Southern Pacific station grounds at Ben Lomond where prior to the automobile the husbands special each weekend brought San Fran cisco men to join their vacationing wives will become the location of a community tennis court With the 40yearold wooden sta tion building being removed today by a Watsonville contractor the Ben Lomond fire department has agreed to undertake the construction and maintenance of a court Through Dr W A Phillips nego tiations were under way with the Southern Pacific Ccvmpany to se cure a lease at a nominal rental on the area The removal of the Ben Lomond station leaves standing only that at Boulder Creek which the railroad company has decided to keep intact ns a probable location later for some community purpose Of the sevenmile stretch of rails laid half a century ago between the towns of Felton and Boulder Creek all has been removed except the last mile and a half from Bonnie Brae to Felton Junction naires and their wives for distribu tion to children of needy families next Christinas Charles Schwan nenberg chairman of the Alameda American Legion Christmas Com mittee said today All old toys will be repaired and repainted being distributed the work being done by members nf the American Legion Auxiliary Schwannenberg said Alameda res idents having discarded toys may contribute to the movement by do nating whatever toys they have he said Legionnaires and Auxiliary mem bers are also planning a publicen tertainment to be called Alameda Legion and Auxiliary on Review which will be staged next Friday night in the Alameda Veterans Memorial Building Henry Wcy rauch is chairman of this com mittee Burglars Loot Two Stores in Berkeley BERKELEY Nov store burglaries in which agile workers leaped fences and crashed in doors were being investigated today by police At the Sterling Pharmacy 1523 San Pablo Avenue was taken while at a smoke shop owned by Theodore Swain 2327 Shaltuck Avenue the loss was in merchan dise valued at public realizes more clearly this year than last year the sharp demarcation between Federal and State activities in iilief of unem ployment and the private work of our citizenry for relief through the Community Chest agencies So serious is the need for con tinuance of community welfare work in all its branches that Presi dent Roosevelt himself as time and again warned the nation that Fed eral unemployment relief must be operated within definite channels and therefore a breakdown in the private welfare structure would be tragic THANKS PUBLICITY Rice attributed better public un derstanding of the entire problem to the educational program the National Mobilization for Human Needs headed nationally by New ton D Baker and in the Eastbay by Dr Aurelia Relnhardt and to the continuous efforts of the educational publicity department here under Dr J Frederic Ching Another very strong factor in clarifying public opinion in our communities this Fall has been the openhouse exhibit conducted by scores of Community C h e s t agencies Rice said In this work Dr Chings com mittee was most ably supported by the executives the ngencies and their committees and by the man agements of several leading Oak land stores The purpose of the openhouse demonstrations Rice explained was to acquaint the public with the nature and scope of service rend ered by more than a halfhundred Chest organizations ranging through maintenance of health childcare relief for the physically afflicted and aged and characterbuilding AID TO U S CITED I am confident the campaign chairman declared that all of us are aware this year that in con tinuing at full strength the great yearround work that has become part of our community life we are aiding the national Administration in the tremendous task of rebuild ing our depressionlorn social fabric In addition to General Chairman Ching the educational publicity department for the coming crusade includes Morris E Hurley Speak ers Bureau chairman Franklin N Kornhaus church cooperation chair man Charles Wade Snook service club cooperation Mrs F L Burck haltcr agency cooperation chair man Harold Cozens school coop eration chairman Mrs J T Car ruth PT A chairman James Malcolm Dads Club cooperation chairman Elmer Zollner veterans cooperation chairman and T W Sullivan window display chairman HIGH PRICED HAY HOUSTON high price of hay has brought prosperity lo Harris County hay growers Hay business has increased DO per cent over last years and prices have increased from 2 a ton to and SAN FRANCISCO Nov 26 Damages of for the lynching of her husband John H Holmes were demanded Sheriff William J Emig of Santa Clara County to day in a suit filed by Mrs Evelyn Holmes his widow The lynching of Holmes and Thomas Thurmond in November last year followed confession by the two men that they had kid naped and killed Brooke L Hart of San Jose In her damage suit Mrs Holmes declared hat Emig was guilty of negligence in not pre venting the lynching crowd from removing her husband and his companion from the Santa Clara County jail She named as codefendants the Columbia Casualty Company under which Emig is bonded for and two deputy sheriffs Edward Lowell and John Roche She brought the tuit in behalf of her self and her two children David 6 and Joyce 5 A previous action of the same nature in which Mrs Holmes named the late Governor Rolph as one ot the defendants was with drawn following the filing of de murrers Ninth Birthday for Pittsburg Rotary PITTSBURG Calif Nov Ninth anniversary of the Pittsburg Rotary Club will be observed at the annual Charter Night ceremony December 13 in the Hotel Los Me danos it is announced by Dr H E Peters president Chairman W J Buchanan of the Contra Costa County Board of Su prvisors will be chairman of the program for the next meeting i was stated KNIVES FLASH T SAN FRANCISCO Nov Knives flashed ina resort at 1019 Stockton Street early today as a brawl got under way As a result John Scaly 949 Clay Street was n the Haibor Emergency Hospital suffering abdomen knife wounds He told police his assailant was a man named Brownie GIRL KILLED 1DUTHHELD OLYMPIA Wash Nov An assertion that his son had not been right mentally was given by a father before Sheriff Claud Havens today as ho studied the fatal shooting of Miss IJllial Knnda in for which Merrilt Hunter Jr 25 her high school sweetheart was held The girl was shot twice with a rifle as she fled into the woods from an automobile near here yes terday Her girl companion Miss Norm a Adams who had been with the couple ran to safety The Hunter youth was held today on an open charge A year ago my boy fell while working in the woods and injured his head the boys father a garage man said Ever since then he has been irrational Last of Under hill fTerror Gang Jailed MIAMI Okla Nov 26 Prison doors clanged shut today in three states upon the last reputed remnants of the bank raiders of Wil bur Underbill the late tristate terror Hunter Cotner of Stilwell was re turned to McPherson Kan last night to face bank robbery charges while Evan Bass ot Vian was taken to Gravelte Ark on similar charges Ira Clark oC Crowder waived ex tradition to Kansas to face bank rob bery charges at Hunnewell Drunken Driver Gets 60 Days in Jail RICHMOND Nov Romero 28 GOG Essex Avenue was sentenced to GO days in the county jnil on R charge drunken driv ing by Police Judge C A Odell Homero pleaded guilty He was ar rested at Twentieth Street and Cut ting Boulevard His companion Ralph Garcia 31 1915 East Four teenth Street Oakland was fined on a drunken charge Broker Pays Fine to Use Own Car BERKELEY Nov K Adams 39 stock broker living at 2507 Broadway San Francisco would rather ride in his own tai than walk or hop streetcars So he paid Judge Oliver Youngs to day in exchange for his license plates and operators license He was given his choice of the two penalties following a plea of guilt lo a charge of driving while drunk Adams was arrested Thursday nigh at the Southern PacificGolden Gal Ferry pier at the foot of University Avenue ASKS DECREE Lady Vera Hodge who has sued for divorce from Sir Rowland Hodge 75yearold British shipowner her third husband UDY HODGETO SEEK DIVORCE LONDON Nov peti tion for divorce by Lady Vera Hodge who as Vera Countess Cath cart was once barred from the United States on the ground of moral turpitude was entered to day in the court calendar for hear ing tomorrow before Sir Boyd Mer riman and a special jury Lady Vera is asking a decree against Sir Rowland Hodge the 75 yearold millionaire and Tyneside ship owner who became her third husband September 30 1930 He was expected to contest the action Lady Vera first was Mrs De Grey Warter Her next husband was the Earl of Cathcart They were divorced February 24 1922 the Earl naming the Earl of Craven as corespondent When she came to New York Feb ruary 9 1926 she was detained at Ellis Island but later admitted long enough to produce a selfwrit ten play called Ashes of Love which failed T4ie ruling against the Countess of Cathcart which listed moral turpitude as a reason she could not enter the United States created a furore W o m e ns organizations pointed out that the Earl of Craven with his wife was already in the United States and asked why the same ruling had not been applied to him Indignation was expressed in England and the affair almost developed into an international in cident before the Department of Labor gave her a limited permit to enter the country Why VITAMIN A for COUGHS Find out and youll be HEALTHIER St Lawrence OToole Parish Party Slated St Lawrence OTootes Parish will hold their annual Turkey whist tomorrow at p m at the parish hall High Street and Quigley Street The Rev Raymond Daly will be assisted by the following commit tee Mrs M Pruelege Mrs J Mrs H 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