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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - August 27, 1937, Oakland, California                                OAKLAND TRIBUNE, AUGUST .27, 1937 27 TOKYO FLIERS DIE'WITH HONOR' AS PLANE FALLS IN FLAMES Sailors Rush to Aid Croft Behind Chinese Lines, Almost Wiped Out SHANGHAI. Aug. brief, bloody, heroic battle within a battle was fought just north the Internationa! Settlement today. China but Japan lest with honor. A Japanese bombing plane plunged to earth in flames, half a mile north of Soochow Creek, which runs through the Set- tlement. Xobody saw a fight in the air and nobody saw the plane hit. but reliable Japanese sources said there was little doubt a Chinese plane shot it down in a fight so high that it could not be seen. The plane fell into the Chinese lines. The crew of two died in the crash, but 30 Japanese sailors rushed the Chinese lines in a gallant, futile effort to rescue their comrades. They were quickly surrounded by Chinese and almost wiped out. j Hundreds Slain, Homes Set Afire j In Aerial Raids on Nanking NANKING. China. Aug. A Standard Oil Company gaso- airplanes, in ihe most station, adjacent to the munici- lerrible bombardment thev have! was destroyed. PERILED BY SHANGHAI BOMB Seven Bay Area Refugees Home U. S. STUDENT REFUGEES REACH S. F. AFTER FLIGHT Three American youths who vent r.sr. a: When hos- to China ss exchange students re- tit.l.es broke ou: they to la'.ed tocay they go: out of '.he Orient when and bullets re- John-oss of a conversation he placed textbooks IK the.r pursuit of carr.cd a pollccrnajt. as 5c-- Tne students. were aboard lows' she Chichibu Mar-j when it arrived do >ou s'-.Irik o5 Japanese San Francisco yesterday, were the policeman mansser of the lumber department Melville Jacoby. Stanford t'niver- what co >ou th.nk of it c! ihe Robert Doilar Company at Calif.: Eugene Johnson. Ameri- Johnson back. can University of Wajhiiigtosi. D C.. ihe Japanese replied and Henry California In- Which soir.e Idea of the stituie of Technology. Pasadena, boys get Calif. The youns men went to China Seven of the Bay area are in Mar.ila today, safe after f 2TO22fl zcr.e, accord-rig to ar.nounce- by the State Department at Washington. Among those disembarked in the Philippines by tne Dol- lar President McKinley. after their rescue from Shanghai. Mrs. George W. Vilas, wife of the and her daughters, Mary ana Joan, of San Francisco. Jeaneue Pinneo of Sunset Drive, San Carlos. Mrs. Orrln A. Hal! of Xapa and wife of an in the Signs of nearly a ago to study at Ling- the Times Publishing House at _____ Shanghai. Mrs. Virginia K. Wight of Palo were: Mrs. Lillian W. Kiener of Palo of a Shanghai demist, and her son. as Disembarking at Hong Girl Photographer Returns From War Front in China SHANGHAI, Aug st.tk and revolver side-by-side, w e 2. r. 2 shorts and Srampaug niud .c. hicls. Joy Lseks. special Associated photographer, re- turr.ec here today from the North China battle ar.d 23. .-he amazed Chinese, 5ilr.gl.-h cr.d American r.ewsoapers her carlr.g. She shot wilh the camera while soldiers beside her ___ One of her narrow escapes came Soaring the desperate battle o? Nan- "yuan where, she said. Japanese forces, after invitir.g the Chinese CHICAGO Aus. for a conference, slaughtered un- N. Trevinian and Charles Jaffe of armed Chinese soldiers ia their Chess Leaders Tied Vork American Chess Federation s j barracks. Scoit. whose address here is 1143 championship tournament swung escaped by playing Kong Bay Street. Alameda. into its seventh round today. said. photographer and I sides but she William Schlobohm, 22. ionner student pilot at the Oakland Municipal Airport had a narrow escape from death when an American-owned dairy in the suburbs of Shanghai was bombed yesterday by Japanese fliers. Schlobohm, sent here from Shanghai by his parents to attend school, received his transport license in by Will Dale Auerbach. made of a Chinese city, devastated a big section of the national capital today and left the streets strewn' with corpses. A United Press correspondent! counted 150 civilian bodies in the, streets. Two hundred houses were de- stroyed in the noorer section of the city. along with a quantity of gasoline. Numerous foreisn diplomats, hor- rified at the devastation wrought by the attack, went out at once to inspect the damaged area. Again and again, night and day. Japanese pianes had droned the 160 miles up the Yangtze River from Shanghai to bomb the city. Previously their targets had been military ones. EFFORTS TO SEND TOURISTS SOUTH HIT 1200 MARINES PREPARE TO SAIL A campaign to halt asserted ef- j SAN" forts to divert Westbound motor! Scenes DIEGO. Aue. reminiscent of war-time and tourist travel away from North- mobilizations were enacted here to- ern and Central California is under i day as the transport U. S. S. Chau- way by Ba, region business and mont docked, preparatory to em- travel interests. Reports of the subversive activi- nese war zone. ties were presented to a conference j Down the gangways of the trans- by San Francisco's port clattered 198 Marines and 32 barking 1200 marines for the Chi- sponsored by San Downtown Association yesterday. Included were copies of a letter from the Utah Automobile Associa- tion, at Salt Lake, to the Lake Tahoe-Sierra Association, in which it was set forth: "We are using our efforts to di- rect as large a part of California- bound tourists as we can to the southern part of our State, and Los Angeles." Attending the conference were representatives of the Redwood Empire Association, the San Fran- cisco Convention and Tourist Bu- reau, the San Francisco Chamber of Commerce. Californians Inc.. the Downtown Property Owners' Asso- cic-tion of Oakland, and the Oak- land Chamber of Commerce. Bad Check Suspect Held in Salinas SAN LEAMDRO. Aug. Dis- covery of the man who posed as i Captain Edwin Musick. ace-pilot' of Pan-American Airways, and i purchased an automobile July I Bluejackets transferred home from Asiatic stations, while inside the huge pier trucks were standing by. loaded, ready to transfer the equip- ment of the Shanghai-bound sea- soldiers to the transport's holds. Ninety days' rations, for 1200 men, i comprised the largest part of the j cargo to be aboard the Chau- mont there was the more grim cargo of ammunition, machine guns and other warlike materials, j It is unlikely the Chaumont will be ready to sail before Sunday morning, according to the vessel's j executive officer. i Oakland Man Uses Poison in Suicide Marrinus Barbe, 61. of 3013 Cali-' fornia Street, committed suicide by drinking poison in Niles Canyon. His body was bound beside the highway by a passing motorist, who notified the sheriffs office. H. A. Thomson. Navy phar- macist in Shanghai, who donated blood for a trans- fusion to save the life of Sir Hughe KnatcKbull- Hugessen, wounded British ambassador to China. A. P. Wirephoto. 15. F. Jury to Map McDonough Action We'll Win, Says Chinese 'Mayor' i i Cincinnati Leader Predicts Victory j Over Japan in Year CINCINNATI. Aug. W-] Charlie Yee. Mayor of Cincinnati's Chinatown and generalissimo of a war chest drive to aid his country I against the Japanese, said today j "We'll wipe 'em up in a year." Yee is chief of a campaign area east of Chicago, extending to the Eastern seaboard. His headquarters in his restau- j rant here bustles with wartime fer- i vor as he carries on his activities j for funds and relegates the duties of his business to his aides. He keeps in daily telephonic touch with Chinatowns of principal cities in his area. Thousands of dollars are pouring into the war chest to be placed in trust for purchase of foodstuffs and war materials, he said, and ship- ments across the Pacific already have started. The drive will be j continued "for a year." Yee doesn't look beyond that time, I for he asserted with confident fi- nally that the Japanese would be repulsed in that time. SAYS U. S. FL1EKS HIRED He reported contributions of here this week. Cleveland raised Yee reported contributions of from New York City and from Boston. American aviators are being signed for duty at a high salary, he said. His cousin. Yee Wah Sun of Bos- ton, is National president of the United States Citizens' Association of China, and Yee asserted that he was keeping in constant touch with 14 with a worthless check was an- Anna Barbe. He i? survived by his widow, of Barbe had been confined in a, ____, ______ ____ private sanitarium near Hayward i Members of the San Francisco j the progress of his drive there, for the -past two years. j Grand Jury received notice today i Yee speaks with some authority of a special yp.-sion Tuesday night on military tactics. He v.-as a mcm- to determine whether Pete and Tom J ber of the United States Navy for McDonough are "fit and proper" j 12 years, serving through the World persons to continue in the bail bond War on a repair ship in the Atlantic, business under the new State li-j Another cousin, Yee Suey Yuen, censing law. i was recalled from a Japanese mili- The meeting was called by Mar- i tary school for duty when the "un- shall Dill, fireman, to permit jurors j declared war" started and is serving to frame a recommendation to State j as a lieutenant in the Shanghai Insurance Commissioner Samuel L. sector. Carpenter. Carpenter invited the "I just received a letter from him Grand Jury attitude Under the new law he must de- cide whether a license will be is- 130 OUT OF 132 PEOPLE FOUND QUICK RELIEF FROM PAIN OF RHEUMATIC FEVER Out of 132 Cases of Rheumatic Fever Tested U.. C? i- Denial of a license has been Dy r amous ocientist, 130 Find Quick Relief District Attorney Matthew by Use of Thousands Praise! to advise him of its telling how the Japanese ship back j bodies of their soldiers in gunny sacks and cremate them in Japan to hide the number of he said. EEPORTS SUICIDES "The Japanese are not for this R.U.X. Compound (Containing These; Ex-Convict to Face Salicylates) for Agony of in Old Murder Rheumatic Arthritis, and Neuritis sued or denied. The Grand Jury recently asserted its conviction of the truth of state-! ments by Edwin X. Atherton, spe- cial graft investigator that the have themselves firm was the "lountain- to st ft A corruption m San Fran- Yec-s Harfy> just rg_ turned from a military school in i Indiana and his other two boys will follow when they grow up. "They're going to be he said. Crew of Ship Bearing Planes Asks for Bonus anti-rheumatic, anal- "a Thousands who suffered from a salicvlaiing ihe agony of acute rheumatism, zresie, "antipyretic and neuntis. and rheumatic arthritis are it has four amazing actions on your finding quick rehef by a famous tvstem: Physicians Compound (called 1 Clinical tests furnish abso- lc rAiN SWELLING >nd lute PROOF of the wonderful ac- of 2. nf Thk yi i Kneumatism is a very_ ancient disease and has oaf fied phvsicians for centuries, but at last scierce cian will you that a potent ex- tractof sal'cylatcs is the roost EF- for the sgony of acute rheumatism ever discovered It is used ;n nearly _______ leading hospital of Europe yourself and h your livfr. thn, hrlpint to absorb waste natter. TOB in fart. thr nric lion ronr Charles Streeton. 36. an ex-con-j __ mt 1 arrested at Palo Alto Tuesday on a three-vear-oid murder charge. Maritime will be returned to Indianapolis, j bmon' C' L afflliate' announced i Ind.. to face trial. Assistant United States Attorney A. J. Virpoli of San Francisco said today, i Streeton was arre-sted by Federal I agents and Palo Alto police for vio- lation of the Dyer Act but finger- pnnls identified (he man as the al- leged slayer of Bert Callahan, In- i dianapolis real estate man. 't Streeton was indicted at Okla- homa City on the auto theft charge. but this charge will not be pressed. f Mske This Famous Test! veil Steamship Company will con- fer with them on union demands: for a S250 bonus for each member i of a crew carrying airplanes to j China. i Thc S. S. Wichita, in BaKi-', more but assigned to proceed to, Wilmington. Del., to pick up air- planes for China delivery, carries a I crew of 38 men who refused to sign on unless the bonus were stipulated j in their contracts. The union as- serted the planes and the crew will j run risks in China waters. i After the conference, to be held! f Vit.3, Dllli rheumatic arthritis. In justice to and America. care, wt as< What R.U.X. Does for You famous There are many obrolet taken ideas about rheumatism. hundred years aso ing treated by hot iron, ing. and rnany drugs have been tried, without suc- cess. But the of the you will be grateful. Ask for R.UJC. Compound today at Alcatraz Pharmacy. Alcatraz and salicylates ha? amazed thousands. Telegraph Aves.: McCall Drug Co., 5236 Foothill Blvd.: Allen's Phar- macy. 9701 East 14th: Whitthome Swan. Washington at 10th: Guy's Druff Stores: Henry's Drug Store. San Pablo at University, and at ali Cv.-I Drug Also at leading The of ROX 15 known as i drug stores in all California. of Hnnzlick (Set Medical Llttrntnre) j The modern pr.vSiCisn says: lafe Your System" in order to se- cure true relief from the pain of acute rheumatism! Amazinq Action of R.U.X. {John Hamilton Talk On National Network The talk to be delivered in Cin- arranged, thc crew agreed to take j cinnati tomorrow by John D. M- j the ship out and union officials said Hamilton, chairman. Republican j she probably would sail tomorrow, j Police Asked to Find Station Employee j SAN LEANDRO, Aug. ard Dye, filling station operator, to- day asked police to seek an employee i who deserted his job yesterday at! the same time an automobile left at thc station for a service job dis- i appeared. 1 Dye said several spare tires, bat- teries and from the till also j were missing. He told police the employee formerly lived in Salt I Lake City. It tes." T O RENT CALL TEMPLEBAR6000 ILucky Prices for Friday and Saturday. August 27-251 MARITAL HAPPINESS What It Means To Your Husband It means, when you purchase your meat from a LUCKY Market, he is well pleased with ihe tender, juicy steak or roast you may serve him. It means he is glad you are getting QUALITY without ex- travagance. It means economy at its maximum peak. All in all, it adds up to this.. .tender meat, satisfied husband, and economy. Which gives you the answer.. .Marital Happiness! MORAL: Now you Can Eat Your Steak and Have Your Stake! Swift's RIB ROAST By popular demand we are again featuring it this week! Swift's Branded Beef "24 Serve with browned pota- toes, string beans, and pan gravy. Swift's POT ROAST Swift's Branded Beef 17 Braised with potato, onion, carrots. and ROLLED ROAST rbLBrandedBeef ,b 23c PORK ROAST Sfs Our ib 20c BRAISING BEEF lb I9c SLICED BACON S21'' ,b 36c LAMB ROAST LEG OF LAMB VEAL ROAST Swift's fancy shouldcr Swift's Spring Lamb. Shoulder Cut.......................lb. Swift's Spring Lamb ..............................lb. cut DDCA6T VCAI Swifts. With pocket DnCAOl ICflL for stuffing .......................lb. i4c 2Tc i7c I5c i TRING BEANS Fancy Kentucky Wonders! .........lb. Ztc 2w Fancy Thomp- son o Seedless----W Ibs. I0e L ETTUGE Large solid Heads .head 2 BANANASranff Ripe WATERMELONS Rattlesnakes lb. I BELL PEPPERS 3, I4c Ic 3, JOc Fancy Burbanks POTATOES CELERY SS SWEET POTATOES UCLEnY whits .......................................stalk ic I OMATO JUICE Libby's. No. 2 can. 6iCP 1DEL MONTE. Early garden. No. 2 can..... 12 CRAB HEAT Namco. No. Vz can 23 Florida Gold. Uraperruir rans Grapefruit Juice Orange Juice Decker's Ham Chicken Fricassee Ljndcn' Deviled Tongue Florida Gold. No. 2 can ___ Tree Sweet. cans. 2 cans !9c can dans 23c j Baby Food clapD-s...............3 raa, 25c Spinach 46-oz. 35u i IJcI bantam. Pickles 12V2C Chili Curtidos French Dressina Siveet or mixed. jcr Pickled. 25c 23c Garlic d. E-02. 23J2-oz. can Derby's. class .___ 69Ci Apricots French Dressing 69cl Apple Sauce .......12c Prunes l2VzC j f f v.......... 15c; Ripe Olives Sierra Bella. Medium size. Tail can 10c Flour fled Snow. 10 sack 49c Quick or regular Large Package... 25' FRESH EGGS r Large U. S. Standards. Doz----- 31 iLDBRU LUCKYS Exclusive LAGER BEER. 11-oz.btIe. 5' Gold Medal. Plour No. jo MCk Flour Pastry Flour Orange Butter Apple Butter 52c 37c Salad Oil Maraschino. World over. With or wiuiout stems. 4-oz. Durkcc's. Quart.................. 25ci Ide's Syrup 24.oz. 15c! Dog Food BarJJone.............4, lOc! Matches 39c Calso Water 19c] Marshmsllows___ 8cj Peanut" Butter 02. 3 for lOc iec 25c Apple Jelly lOcj Cleanser 15-O2. cans inshine Crackers. pkc........ 13c LUCKY Delicatessen BUTTER DANISH BAKED HAM POTATO or MACARONI SALAD HALF FRIED CHICKEN Golden State. First quality. Solids.............lb. Genuine imported and hickory smoked. Then baked to perfection in our sanitary kitchen! Sliced lb. Dcliciouslv prepared home style in our own krtchtn! Ibs. Me.......lb. C 39c 15c JELLIED FRUIT SALAD of fresh fruits. Prepared home style..lb. NORWEGIAN HERRING The large size....................Each Splendid va- 20c !2c TILLAMOOK CHEESE Tillamoofc district in Oregor STUFFED PEPPERS 28c Direct from the famous Tillamoofc district in Oregon.........Ib. 22 awnf rice, prepared home style..........Each Tender young chicken fried in deep butter. Each half averages about 23c Ib. STUFFED TOMATOES Fir freshly made shrimp salad 65c SALT MACKEREL for r n Sunday morning breakfast! Each COTTAGE CHEESE Golden State. Fresh and creamed ____ lb. LUX TOILET SOAP 3 bars I9c R1HSO Small R'njo Be LUX FLAKES LIFEBUOY 2 bars I3c OAKLAND rand Arenne 2GO! Teltrrapb Are. 342S Froitvale Are. J9I? Park Bird. CoDece ritdmonl Avc. 3300 Lakeshorr Are. BERKELEY Cor. ShaUoek Bancroft aa PabU near J13T, Telecrmh 1831 Are. AI.AMEOA 1533 Webster St. RESEBVE THE KIGHT LIMIT   

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