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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - February 9, 1939, Oakland, California
D Oakland Tribune thursday february 9, 1939 Council called liquor Law 1 member Homes 130 advisers of son Francisco George r. Reilly member of the 31 state Board of equalization called upon a Cross Section of san fran Cisco today to Aid in formulating i policies and in enforcement of "5 slate liquor Laws Here. In naming a 130-member alcohol beverage advisory the is first District Board member said he 2 intended later to choose similar groups in the other counties of m the District. It is my intention to meet with the advisory Council and to be j guided in my policies by their recommendations in an Effort toward paving the Way for a better under if standing of the problems of liquor ing Public in Twiest in Woik of this Reilly said. Meeting called he has called a meeting of the Council for next tuesday in the we Comto hotel. San Francisco Council Reilly said jul have As its Secretary capt. Michael Riordan Secretary of the City s police department. It includes representatives of local Law enforce ment agencies legislators members of the anti Saloon league women s Christian Temperance Union tie liquor Industry business labor Church veterans and other groups. While the advisory Council is experimental confined to san marriage May 60 on now skunks have left House Berkeley feb. 9. Happy is miss Jean Haven vice president of the 1937 class University of Cali fornia that she can be she had planned at 4 o clock sat urday afternoon in her own Home 2907 Dwight Way. The Only scent that will fill the Haven residence will be that of Spring blossoms for uninvited Mem Bers of the Meph itis to the Ordinary person have been definitely routed from a two foot basement under the House. Sulphur did the trick mrs. Harold Haven Jean s Mother revealed to Day. The Bride elect s father was the master mind behind the Sulphur bombs which were set under the House. There has t been a sign or scent of a Skunk for three Days. That s Why the Haven fam ily feels assured All danger is past. Plans Are now on apace for miss Haven s marriage to Robert f. Coop state employee. Mrs. Haven v to move out if the Iku Uki did to sought Aid of Berkeley police and University of California authorities in solving her problem. So Many responses came to the Haven Call for Aid that the Bride elect s Mother in t sure that it would t have been easier to turn the House Over to the striped invaders after All. Vote on land gift is urged petitions ask that Council put Island Issue on City ballot Alameda feb. 9. Petition asking the City Council to refer to the voters a request by Secretary of agriculture Henry a. Wallace for a gift of More land 01 government Island to the government was re t Cei Ved this week by City clerk Delmer Dyer. I it reads in part As follows i it is True that Alameda has Al i ready been very generous in deed ing to the government land for the naval air ease but there is no ques-1 Tion As to the dividend to be de a Rived from the gift. Not Only will thousands of new families Settle in this area but millions of dollars Are Francisco at Reilly said i intend later to Nairnie similar advisory groups in san Mateo Santa Clara Santa Cru san Benito Mon Terey and san Lais Obispo coun ties. Many problems there Are Many problems con fronting us in administration of the liquor Laws which require Intelli gent study by the citizens and about which the Public should be kept belly added that he believed in meeting All problems honestly and openly and by Law not by evasion or secret meetings or by non enforcement of the Berkeley dimes drive net Berkeley feb. 9. Berkeley dimes raised in president Roosevelt s a i r the d a y Celebration. Half of the sum will remain Here to Aid in the Light on infantile paralysis and the remainder sent to a National foundation serving the s am e purpose pc total announced for Berkeley including Sale set president s Ball tickets aha Fig in various agencies functioning through manager hol a Thompson chairman of the local committee states that was actually collected by College City workers. The balance was raised in Berkeley by agencies participating through their own state or National offices including hotels Chain stores and similar f places. School children gave dimes in the sum of working with Thompson As vice chairmen of the local committee were postmaster 5 Frank m. Whiting and or. Monroe Deutsch vice president and Provost of the u n i v e r s i t y of California. J gratitude Lor the Liberal response of Berkele Yans was voiced today by Walter p. Koetitz. Alameda county i chairman and City manager Thompson. Mills College fund jhm76 gifts reported at semester Start one bequest told Mills College s gift fund totalled j114.676.14 today it was announced by f. W. Wentworth treasurer of he College As classes began for the second semester of the College term following registration tues Day. Announced receipt of a bequest from the estate of late mrs. Marietta Mastick to a used to defray expenses of Cali fornia girls in need of financial help in obtaining an education. Other gifts included contributions to the 85th anniversary fund and gifts to various departments of the ollege Art gallery and Library. Gifts from Albert m. Bender of san Francisco have brought about considerable expansion of the col Lection of rare books and Manu scripts in the Library. The first Assembly of the Spring semester was held yesterday with guest artist Marian Van Tuyl con Cert dancer. Council opposes . Tideland Bill of the City Council went on record in opposition to a Bill submitted to Congress which would give the United states Sovereign title to tide lands this week. Asserting that the Bill is contrary to Law and sound Public pol icy the Resolution passed said that the title to such lands is by right and Law vested in the several slates and their grantees which cannot be deprived of their rights and owner ship without just compensation. . To Honor grand president a District meeting honouring grand president Edna b. Briggs of la Bandera parlor no. 110, Sacramento will be held by the Alameda county Deputy grand presidents n.d.g.w., in the Madison Street Temple next saturday evening at o clock. Previous to the meeting there will be dinner at the Lake Merritt hotel. 1800 Madison Street. Mrs. Gretta Murden is chairman of the dinner. J3ase. The wide majority of the vote in favor of the air base Grant certainly indicates that the voters have a very definite opinion As to the value of giving land to the govern ment. It would be utterly tragic for this Community to lose of the government activities now on govern ment Island As Well As the new prospects promised through proposed expansion of existing it appears that there would be More Cen sure of the Council should voters be refused the Opportunity to vote on this Issue on March 14 than if the matter were put on the ballots. The real question As we see it is not whether or not the govern ment should pay Lor the land. This is beyond the control of any of us. It is simply whether or not the residents of Alameda should be allowed at this time to express their own views on a matter which so vitally concerns each of them. We sincerely Hope that the honorable City coun cil will place this measure on the ballot for the people to signers of the petition Are d. B. Barker Harold l Miller g. Of Mur Phy j. D. Mclntosh Walt Flanigan Leon Konigshofer h. J. Franck e l. Kudrna g. L. Schweitzer Mil ton Wehr m. J. Butom and c. F. Scheithe. Nothing like it before a special sailing from san . 28 just i few Short hours. And our first great Florsheim Sale u Over you still get a food Choice of sizes and Itayim. Hurry hurry hurry Schwartz Grodin Carrier Pigeon racing fostered Alameda feb. Thoroughbred homing pigeons Are to be awarded by local fanciers to Ala Meda youths having lofts in Readi Ness for them. Otto Kittler superintendent of recreation announced to Day. All those Given pigeons belong to the newly created Alameda pig Eon racing club Only one of its kind in the nation sponsored by a City recreation department Rittler said. Last saturday 17 pairs of the prize Birds were Given the youngsters. All Are. Being instructed in How to care for and race the pigeons through the cooperation of fanciers including Louis Drouet William Jackson Dennis Murphy and f. H. Wood Ward. Carrier pigeons will be released in summer Camps to inform anxious Alameda parents on the Well being of their children this summer. Both the recreation department and Ala Meda boy scouts will make use of the carriers. Rittler said. Bids to be opened on overpass Berkeley feb 9. Work will be started next month on . Tion of a overpass at third Street and University Avenue Fol lowing opening of bids announced for March 1 in Sacramento. City manager Hollis r. Thompson said that construction will be rushed As rapidly As possible by the state department of Public works. The safety Structure will carry traffic Over the tracks of the Southern Pacific main right of Way. Berkeley is contributing from state gasoline tax returns to pay for Purchase of rights of Way for the widening of University ave nue. Federal cooperation has been Given the state in financing the overpass estimated to take a year s time to Complete. America s greatest liner . 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