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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              B OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 Chief Calo of State Highway Police Cites Usual Gain In December Casualties SACRAMENTO Nov Point ing out that statistics show Decem ber to be the leading month in motor traffic accidents E Raymond Cato chief of the California High way Pattol today called upon motorists end pedestrians alike ta exercise utmost caution during the coming month V December is the years worst pe riod for pedestrians largely due to Christmas shoppingcrowds in downtown areas of cording to Cato He portant that volunteer thq spur on their activities during the holidays As a part of his warning Cato is sued a series of donts for motor ists and pedestrians Among other things he warned motorists against passing street cars which are load ing and unloading without extra caution to keep windshields clean and headlights and brakes adjusted to obey the speed laws and not to drink intoxicants while driving or intending to drive At the same time he cautioned pedestrians to cross streefs ony inthe crosswalks to heed traffic signals and to look in both directions before stepping from the curbs Cato said similar effort was made a year ago with the result that accidents were reduced Deaths he said declined from 155 in 1032 to 141 in 1933 TODAY in HIGH BY Teh students of the High School will attend the semi annual Oakland Press Honor As sociation dinnerat the Technical Hiflh School December 5 The din ner is held each term to present O P H A pins to outstanding journalistic students In the Oakland High Schools Viola Harris Ilcno WeheHercules Fini Arnold Beas ley and Phyllis Miller the Cas tlemont School received pins last term f 0 GREGG TEST WINNERS Gregg Award tests have been given at the Fremont High School with six students of Miss Elsie Allens shorthand IV class winning in the 300word division Holphina Hansen received high est honors with Claudia Wood Chester Harper Evelyn Carriger Elizabeth Jansson and Evelyn Gleary following Dorothy Niclson Tluth DcciousBetty Griffin Evelyn Larson Mildred Rook Norma Schalke Barbara Tunlcy Alice W6od Forbes were successful in the 00word test t O MILITARY DANCE The fifth annual military ball will be held in the Oakland High Schoolauditorium December 14 Bids were placed on sale recently and may be purchased from any cadet officer There will be 150 tickets on sale The auditorium will be decorated with flags and potted plants nnd refreshments will be served O PLAY IN DECEMBER Daddy Long Legs will be pre sented by the dramatics class of the Emery High School ad the term play on December 7 Wilbur Thompson Barbara Chris tian Agmole Donaldson Marian SHERWOOD SWAN CCX LTD SPECIALS FOR TUESDAY NOVEMBER 27 THANKSGIVING FOOD SPECIALS Tall tin DrnmedBry CRANBERRYSAUCE Ik No 254 tlnCiit i GREEN ASPARAGUS 15c No llivWeht TUNA FLAKES Y10c Dunbnr Small SALAD SHRIMP tinlOc DUNBAR OYSTERS lie HnHe stuttia GREEN OLIVESlOc 15c 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to icrve you urnmpllr Gtrtlnltlt will belitrealf day T Thanksgiving Smokes BUM DURHAMa for lne Pocket lln HAIF ft HALF3 far HIMYAR 2 WINOS ccrlon V OSo niAl littetln WE RESERVE THE RIGHT TO IMtT QUAWTITIBS CIUNT1 SERB Huffman Bvangellne Johnson Llewlyn Hartnott Mildred Gpn salves Jean Cunningham Patricia Moran Henry Rckcr James Porter Jack Bowser William Gefhard Alice Welsh EdithHuffman Marie Meyers BnMie Drew Rosalie Phil brick Dorothy Hartcr and Alice Rasmussen are In the O tf O MILLS TO GIVE TEA Officers of the French Club at the Oakland High School have been Invited to attend a tea to be given at Mills College onDecember 5 A French count will speak in his na tive language telling of The Pres ent Situation in the Basin Territory Many have declared their Intention of attending accord ing to Marie Friedman social chair man of the club Charles Miles news instructor spoke at a recent meeting t y BENrOttCLASS DANCE The high senior class at Roosevelt High School will sponsor a dance on Wednesday evening nt 8 oclock The dance is open only to students or those outsiders accompanied by a student Peggy Morrison presi dent announced Members of the ticket committee are Gordon Bowker Russell Curry Anello Ross Alice Pratt Jimmy Simas Bud Lindsten Frank saw Lorene Dean Doris Nelson Joe Potter Don Erickson Anne MacKcnzie Barbara Stout and Fern Peterson The floor committee is composed of Alan Lindsay June Bischqff Tack Ncuwirfh Leona Schlavin Morty Angellno Mae Shanks Thelma Rogers Ruth Wcindorf Adarri MoniTj Jack Campbell Margaret Taegcr Wallace Sharp nnd Mar garet Graham Other committee members are Dorothy Wing Tom Holland James George Jack Rog ers Russell Curry Leone Nordsoth Isabelle Halsey Jimmy Simas Jack Collins Donnie Coffman June Bischoff Judith Grounds Ralph Silva 0 O 0 COMEDY SKIT TODAY Dangerous Dan McGrew n comedy skit by members of the University High School low senior class is to be presented at the barn dinner dance today according to Lee Graham chairman Paul Chown who heads he food com mittee plans to have potato salad hamburgers macaroni spaghetti iceicrcam and cake for those who bring 215 cents Margaret Ann Cara Sawyer Pat Evans arc committee members 0 0 0 GLEE CLTJB DANCE The upper division Girls Glee Club of Frick entertained their friendsat a dance last Friday after noon June Teeter president oC the club Betty Jane Pickctt secretary Miss Sanderson director and Hie members of the social committee acted ns hostesses Miss Florence Adolman Mrs Matilda Bricker Matt R Griffcalh nnd O C Meyer wore honored fiupsls Aspecial program ot solo dancing by Barbara Fleming JariJco Pike and Kalhcrinc Gregory Tho jazz orchestra under the direc tion of Mrs Elsn Woods played for the social dancing SERA Safety Unit Is Active SERA workers numbering 7251 In Alameda County received a total payroll of for their bud getary requirements during the fiscal week ending November 8 ac cording to a report issued today by W M Sanborn SERA auditor in San Francisco This sum was a part of the big gest payroll ever distributed by the administration in this State he de clared The total for the State for the week was paid to 07938 persons on employment re lief projects This represents an in crease of in wages and 533G persons working during the previousfiscal week In San Francisco a payroll of was distributed to 18128 workers according to the report while in Los Angeles County 65874 was paid to 41647 workers Increase in those working and pay rolls were general in all counties according to Sanborn Prowler Escapes in TwoBlock Chase Oakland police were outdistanced by a prowler Wilfred Speas 1607 Eightyfourth Avenue surprised in the rear of his home and who escaped after a twoblock chase Speas described the prowler as a youth of about 22 wearing sweater and corduroy trousers BERKELEY GETS SPEEDER FINES BERKELEY Nov addi tional was turned into the Berkeley city treasury today by Miss Madelyn Burns clerk of the local justice court as a result of fines and forfeitures from 250 traf fic law violators Most of the money was paid by speeders along Sai Pablo Avenue whore police slate that a drive will be conducted against motorists until they learn to obey the 25mile an hour regulation The latest traffic calendar fines brings the total paid into the treas ury thus far in tho San Pablo drive to approximately according to figures compiled by Judge Oliver Youngs Vegetable Strike at Santa Maria Ends SANTA MARIA Nov More than 1500 striking vegetable field workers in Santa Barbara County returned to work today after a temporary truce effected yesterday calling for arbitration by n board of nine members repre senting the growers the workers and the Federal and State Gov ernments The workers will be paid the 30 centsanhour wage that prevailed before the fivecent cut that pre cipitated the strike The board of arbitration will complete its re port December 14 Stock Men to Gather Here For Freight Rate Fight SAN FRANCISCO Nov Primed for a fight over freight rates and asserted barriers to mid western markets livestock owners of the State will meet here Decem ber 7 and 8 for the annual conven tion of the California Cattlemens Association headed by Philip Klip stein of Bakersfield One of the principal topics ex pected to be aired concerns pro posed legislation for Congress In which certain interesfs of the mid West were said to have planned amendments to the packers and stockyards act that would prohibit direct settling of livestock Cattlemen do much shipping by railroad and without doubt they will take action against the railroad proposal for higher freight rates said Klipsteln in discussing another problem which will receive wide attention at the convention It was pointed out that cattle prices were considerably below those prevailing during the war while freight rates are considerably higher Spokesmen said cattlemen also proposed to express their opposition to any truck legislation which might deprive them of this new fast method of transporting ani mals Among other subjects to be dis cussed are taxes financing the industry by the government ef fects of the drought protection against modern cattle rustlers using trucks and automobiles and action against trespassers on property who have been blamed for injury to livestock Housing Dance at Stockton Planned STOCKTON Nov drive will be started this week to sell tickets for the Better Housing Dance to he held in the Civic Memorial Auditorium December 21 Proceeds from the dance will be used to pay the cost of purchasing remodelling an old house at Van Buren Street and Harding Way as a model for the drive and also to pay office employees over head and campaign expenses Stockton merchants will donate fur nishings for the house Red Cross Tells of Work in Watsonville WATSONVILLE Nov 26 Watsonville Chapter of National American Red Cross was giving aid to 995 families in the Pajaro Valley area slightly less than onetenth the population of this community the annual report of its nurse re leased today revealed Included in the group to which nearly five tons of foodstuffs has been distributed in the past year was only one single woman Thir teen were families of exservice men and 40 others single men LOS ANGELES Nov 26 OJR A congressional investigation ol price and market practices In the California petroleum field was scheduled to get under way today before Representatives W P Cole Jr T B Pcttingill C A Wolver ton C E Manes and E A Kelly The committee arrived yesterdajl afterholding a series of hearings in Oklahoma and Texas and attending the American Petroleum Institute convention at Dallas The hearings are designed to collect data that will serve as the basis of legislation to be introduced at the next session of Congress Witnesses summoned to the local hearings include Harry F Sinclair chairman of the Consolidated Oil Corporation and Mark Requa for mer oil administrator and repre sentative of the Independent Pe troleum Association and Oil Pro ducers Salas Agency Consolidation Will Be Speakers Topic An address on city and county consolidation will be given by Rupert R Ryan of the speakers bureau of the Oakland Chamber oi Commerce tomorrow evening at 8 oclock at the Melrose Library un der auspices of the FremontFair fax Improvement Club One of tho Josser known brandies nf the SERA in Alamcrtn County is n busy department known ns the Health Safety and Insurance Division It is duo to this division accord ing to officials lint this county has a low percentage of accidents for the number of mnn hours work It is the duty oCthe workers in thin division to investigate licnlth and safely conditions on al SERA projects and make reportsaccord ingly to the State director of SERA Hazards encountered nn I he vari ous projects range from poison nak to the dangers ot falling objects In addition the workers under a field director must watch for ex posed working parts in machinery which may cause injuries to an operator explosives poisons and the like First aid kits n re supplied to tho jobs and goggles respirators poison oak prcvcntntivcs and disinfectant1 arc provided for the men and women whenever necessary v POTATOES B June n chain store clerk was forced into the back room of the store by two thieves To insure their escape they tied his hands and two sacks of potatoes upon him JOo size Our ADVKrtTISnn 3 for Ifln GRANGER Jlb finfDo FOR and Every Sunday ROUNDTRIP Take the whole family Children under 5 ride free you know 5 to 11 half fare Southern A DOUBLE EVENT AT lWoyemfter Monfftl V Many articles suitable for Christinas Gifts Some limited quantities subject to prior sale n Imported White Alabaster Lamps with shades high 1st Floor Axminster Rugs Hookod Design 1 pattern only Slightly Imperfect 6 6x76 Feet SB Regularly Sth floor Persian Kurdistan Laristan Rugs About 56x35 Feot A splendid collection 8th Floor Decorated Parchment Bedroom Group 5 pieces Bureau Mirror Dressing Table Mirror Night Table 2 Beds Were Economy Corridor 24 AvsoHwd Bedroom Side Chairs Spacwl Economy Corridor I Enamel Bureau Was Economy Corridor 2 LadderBack Provincial Beds Were Rconomg Corridor Chinese Embroideries Mats and Table Runrven to Floor White China Table Lamps wrfh Special 1st Floor English Chenille Rugs 2 patterns only 4 9x12 Feet Regularly 8lh Floor Axmtaster Rugs Persian Design 3 7x12 Foot 8th Floor Tapestry Panels French Pastorales Size approx 4x34 ft 1st Floor 17th Century English Dining Group Walnut 10 were 9 were 2nd Floor Englishtype Sofas Covered in flat mohair 4 In muslin including labor to cover 7th Floor American Oriental Rugs One of the finest qualities 16 27x54 ins To close out Regularly Sth Floor Sofa Cushions Made from Fine Fabrics lo 1st Sth Floors Walnut Italian Dining Group 10 were 9 were Ind Floor Axminster Carpels To Close Out J25 yrU I nn llcg OlitU 2f0 yds e l OC Odd Rolls of Various Grades at Great Reductions Sth Floor inlaid Linoleum Samples 3x6 Feet Only I each Larger Pieces at Closeout Prices Economy Corridor American Oriental Rugs Washed to a beautiful sheen Z Rugs 113x15 fr Regularly Sth Floor HandBlocked Wall Hangings Approx 44x89 ft 1st Floor Coffee Tables All mahogany or all walnut 1st Floor Brussels Rugs Noted for 3 83x 106 Regularly 8lh Floor Rug Pads v All hair pads limited quantity Size 33x106 ft Makes rugs wear longer Sth Floor Antique Persian Rugs 9 to 12 feet long by about 35 feet wide Genuine antiques of soft colorings typical designs Slh Floor Hooked Rugs Handmade of wool in old Portland Maine To close out Reculnr Sile 5 UKIS inch S 800 S 545 4 27x5t inch 3000 005 7 30x60 inch 1350 2 3xf feet 1800 3th Floor Parchment and Green Bedroom Group 6 pieces Bureau Mirror Chiffonier Night Table 2 Beds Side Chair Were Economy Corridor Etched Brass Ware Imported from India Suit Jardinieres 21 I 1 20 8 21 8 5 To Closo Out Before Inventory Garden Floor UV Jardiniere 37 Jardinieres 15 Vase M Taj Mnhnl Lanterns 17 Peacock 11 Charge Accounts Invited Terms Gladly Arranged Freight raid 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