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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - January 5, 1928, Oakland, California
Oakland and Cloudy and foggy tonight and Friday moderate tempera Ture gentle variable winds. Exclusive associated Servit vol. Cents sunday ten cents Oakland California thursday evening january 5, 1928 can right by Tribune publishing co. 40 pages d no. Len Hurst for two armed bandits Force j manager and girl stenographer into vault grab Cash and escape in Auto when gunmen dropped in a. F. Ganong manager of the Elmhurst Branch of the Bank of Italy ninety fourth Avenue and East fourteenth Street showing How he stuck pm up at the command of two bandits who robbed the Bank of and a View of the Bank and spectators attracted by the Holdup alarm. Lower right mrs. Sidney Klinefelter 1746 ninety sixth Avenue and her son Sidney aged 6, who arrived at the Bank just As the robbers were leaving and who provided police with a description of the men and the automobile in which they fled. Lower left Laura Cai Tano stenographer at the Bank who was on duty at her Type writer when the bandits pc of. Lindbergh flier takes off at Honduras passing 25 Miles from scene of marines Battle with rebel army both robbers unmasked one recognized As Cus Tomer by victim pair seen to enter old car fou ing a Bank manager and his Sieno Grapher into a. Steel vault at tasked out heavily armed bandits at 9.55 o clock today. Held up the ill Hurst Bank of Italy Branch at ninety fourth Avenue and East fourteenth Street took s2000 from the Bank counter overlooked in a sealed package at their elbows and escaped in a. Small touring car now the object of police search. A. I. Gan org 3s ave nue. Piedmont and his St Nogra miss Lama Caitano. 4036 East sixteenth Street were alone in the Bank when the bandits entered. I Ganong had just brought the Noney changers from the vault i and had them on the counter pre Paratory to the Daj s business. Miss Caitano was Busy at her Type two men entered. One was about 5 feet 10 inches tall. Weighed about 150 pounds had Reddish hair Ruddy complexion and a soft hat and a dark suit he was abour 35 years old. The Sec Ond was ten years older an Inch Shorter weighed about Iso pounds and had on a dark suit Blue shirt j and a Light Graj hat. He gave the impression 01 Well dressed. Cover manager and girl av1th guns the younger of the two came up to the cashier s window jingling some Silver in his hand thinking he wanted re adige. Stepped 101 Ward. With a flip of his West the younger Man produced a re Volver and it on the counter the muzzle trained on the cashier. The older Man produced two guns of heavy Caliper stepped to the e o the counter and abide and covered both Ganong and the girl. Into the said the younger Man. Gino no and the Girt backed into the with their hands raised. The i easy Bandit stepped Forward and shut the door but did not lock it. Then Between them they scooped up the counter Money and such Coin As was in the Money changer. In a Small sealed package i Jug in Plain sight was which Ganong had just Laid Down a moment before. The two bandits unaware of the contents of the package passed it up. They backed from the Bank carrying the loot in a flour sack and walked rapidly North on ninety fourth Oakland s perennial Art War raged afresh today. The first rum Bles aimed Este Day when a sensational exhibit of european modernists opened with a bang at the i be Rayons reached a meeting of the tour 011 flight to Managua i Library Board a few hours later. As n i i t t i i a result or. William g Eggleston ordered friends t eared a president of the Library Board was anti aircraft and machine to appoint a Board of Art censors. 01 Ai Caragliano the seven censors will vote on All paintings submitted at the Art gallery in the civic auditorium. The seven were not named or. Colonel Charles a. Lindbergh land Eggleston intimating de Here this afternoon from Hon i it co several Days to jomax sees them Ukia e off in car t the coir i Ujj Desea mrs. Sydney Klein Salter 1746 ninety sixth Avenue who was waiting for a Street car. She saw both men and the sack but paid no attention to them at the time. Both walked a Short distance up ninety fourth Avenue climbed into an old Chev Rolet touring car and drove off. Ganong waited until the bandits left then pushed open the vault door and ran for a Telephone. Within five minutes Captain Thor Valu Biown and a posse of police on the spot and had taken tip the Trail of the fugitives. The ninety fourth Branch was a new Bank of Italy Branch end was opened just a few Days before Christmas. According to the cashier he has seen one of the bandits m the Bank on several occasions and thought he was engaged in business in that Section. A second Bandit scare came from the Bank of Italy Branch at Haven court Boulevard and Beck Street shortly after noon today a Hen a suspiciously acting stranger believed to be one of the bandits held up the ninety fourth Avenue Branch earlier in the Day entered the Bank looked it Over and then fled. A police squad Vas rushed to the place. Managua. Nicaragua uni it tiie his Central american tour. Safely on the aviation Field Here Cental Sta Claid Fine. Ii ii p. A. He took off at a. M. Prodigio the child and his frendly smile has conquered bankrupt Jenny Wren Slock purchased by Mutual com Nav. Honduras paid him spokesman ended his speech regret at Lindbergh s the bankrupt Jenny Wren stores inc., operating 40 oian Ches in the i wish instead of Davs i could Bay District was Sola today to the Lis Bergh replied. Fleer passes 25 group for by referee in Miles from Battle. of i Francisco. The local group will Duj Al Tau Ntoni an Ake 01 or the Jenny Wren stores Managua Leon. Tlle West of the Sale came As a Climax 01 a Vireie United states marines Are of difficulties which started summer in the Jenny Wren Augustino Sandmo. At that time 54 stores were City Board to appoint censors for a it show perennial War rages Over what is naughty or nutty life on mi.53 Secretary Wilbur makes1 Wilbur ban on Congress naval quiz is charged Secretary told officers not to attend hearings Admiral informed. 3t associated press Public a signal of t0 Sib Aiumu a his Ashington Jan 5 vies sages sent out after i Tion that Secretary Wilbur pre .1 of Sci vented attendance of naval officers the submarine is at the Rava committee machine gun detachment to join troops massing for offensive against rebels in Mountain stronghold first three bodies from wreck identified As Lieut. Com. Jones Lieut. Mcginley mate Hodges i was on the stand Given to committee today when the de forces Oil scene Hope to Pitt Bandit army to rout before Arr Al of fresh battalion of u. S. Men that he May make his be Nui was the body designated As censors. The Milder title a a iry of was maa Agla. Nicaragua Jan. It Nhei to a jury of reconsideration was the court or appeals which re viewed the selections of three other juries. The method of selection was know n As the four jury system. Jury system of former. Years the three juries were known As Radical conservative and progressive. All voted at the same time on a picture. The votes of any two members of one jury elected the picture to the gallery. The jury of reconsideration made up of three artists was empowered to return a rejected or accepted picture to the other jurors for reconsideration but had no other Power. The seen member Library Board reconsideration jury will be Able to reject any painting accepted by the regular jurors. Mrs. Minna Mcgauley Library Board director Ana prominent club woman led the onslaught against queer Art. Other Mem Bers who partook in the two hour meeting were or. Eggleston Claud Myrtle fieberling John b. Kaiser Secretary and librarian and Vav. H. Clapp Art gallery director. Should we Rule on the question of decency asked Clapp before the assembled Board. Art should be pleasurable. Not replied mrs Mcgauley i think Art should be pleasurable. I am not narrow about it. I appreciate the View Point of the Art student. But selections for a municipal gallery should be made not for artists alone but for everybody including school maybe we could put the Radical by tjnite3 press leased wire to Tribune a Ashington Jan. Remained i the Torch to loom of the wrecked submarine s-4 at least until p. M december hours and 33 minutes after it Sank at p. In. De Cember was revealed today when Secretary Avi Bur made Public a signal Jos of messages sent Aud received from the s-4. At that hour men aboard the submarine s-8 anchored nearby heard random tapping from the torpedo room where six men were entombed. They listened for hours after Uard but no fur ther sounds were Lizard. By to United press leased were to Tribune Washington Jan. The first three bodies removed from the sunken submarine s-4 off Provincetown were those of Lieut. Commander Roy k. Jones Lieut. Joseph Mcginley and chief rna Phinist s mate Hodges the bounced today. Aaron Albert department an province town Jan. Forty five mile Northwest wind kicked up the sea and forced the Salvage Fleet assembled at the scene of the submarine s-4 disaster to suspend All diving operations for the Day. Weather indications were diving could not be resumed until tomorrow or saturday. Boston Jan. Navy s investigation of the s-4 Dis Aster which opened yesterday at Boston Navy Yard was resumed this morning. Lieut. Frank l. Worden commander of the sub marines a sister ship of the s-4, said it to As indicated that the Paulding might possibly have Beer sighted by the s-4 through its Periscope at a distance of approximately 4400 Yards. The time be tween the sighting and the collision would be about 6% minutes. The Paulding on the Oiler hand testimony. An Effort to bring the Secretary before the committee was made by _ representative much tic of okla j homa. Chairman Butler refused to entertain the motion until later in the proceedings and he assured the Oklahoma Mamur that j Tion an imitation for Secretary j Wilbur to appear would be in Oiler. Tells of message to stay away. Questioned by Mcclintic Magruder said his Only information on the Wilbur matter had been received from another officer. The officer quoted a message he Magruder said. This message was the Secre tary does not desire any officer attached to the department to at tend any hearings of the House naval committee while rear Admiral Magruder is a witness be fore that committee that quo tation is the Only information i much tic discussed the advis ability of removing uie new Lon Don submarine base to warmer Waters and Magruder said that while such a step would save Money in some he thought that much submarine training should be done in Northern Waters to accustom the Crews to the hardships of those climates. This would prepare the Crews for campaigns which might be waged in either the Northern Pacific or Northern Atlantic he added. Magruder described the prov course on which the s-4 Jan. J5 pc. News of Holdup kept from girl s Mother because of fear that the Shock might kill her news of the Elm Hurst Branch. Bank of Italy hold up today in which her daughter Laura Caitano. Was forced into a vault Oas being withheld from mrs. Anna Caitano 4036 East sixteenth Street. Sirs. Caitano is confined to her bed m a serious condition follow ing a stroke of paralysis which she suffered a few Days ago. She is under a nurse s care. Her daughter a stenographer in the Branch Bank at East fourteenth Street and ninety fourth averse was made to enter a Bank vault a. F. Ganong. Manager armed bandits scooped 52000 into a sack and escaped in automobile. A son Frank c. , is employed by the Fageol motor truck company. Dynamite found in garage by woman mrs. A. Frazier of 1647 seventy fourth Avenue Twenty blocks from fugitive arrested in to be returned for trial in woman s death. Stores. Operated and the company s on homing were at Kreft delivered an ultimatum Oakland women following an ill Cal j to the stockholders reorganization operation will be returned to t Nib committee has been endear to operate the stores that or. Irwin a. Arrested yesterday in Buffalo n. A changes involving the death of an City to stand trial for murder. A cording to Captain of inspectors b. A. Wallman. Extradition papers were being prepared today for whose real name is said to be Charles Van and ten get according to Wallman. Police in Spector George Burbank will leave s offer unless they raised by 10 a. M. Today the Mutual stores bid on ii for several weeks would be accepted. W. 31. Woodworth chair Man of the creditors committee j i i urged acceptance of the local colonel Charles a Lindbergh com pictures in a separate Sug would not have been Able to see the Periscope of the submarine More than 1000 to 1500 cards and then Only if the Lookout knew what he was looking Lieut. Worden explained that in july last the ensure twelfth sub Marine division requested the installation of air purification Sis tems and also the storage of new Type soda Lime containers for Clearing the air. The Bureau of construction and repair advised the is and i believe All other vessels that this work was contemplated for the plating the fifth leg of his Central i tested Gatch. American Pood incur landed j then All visitors would want to get in that one de Muired or. Eggleston. I Don t think that would Clapp explained How pictures had been chosen before by a j Ury composed of artists and Art critics. J it was then that mrs. Mcgauley Jpio posed enlarging the jury to in i elude two representatives of the Public Tao of the Library purr ent of Ary _ tribute j Art gallery committee and and Gregono Reyes representing three artists representing the con made at Leon. bring him Back to Oakland. Or. Cole was arrested last night at the Home of his Mother mrs. Isabel Kohn 1155 Jefferson information when the Case was called at 10 o clock St today the stockholders asked for to o hours More in which to raise the required amount of the bid. At noon they reported fail Buffalo on from Oakland police. Deputy chief of police Marion of Buffalo said Van Dickeson also known Charles Kohn. Not a licensed doctor. He enlisted in the army at Buffalo 011 Jan uary 22, 1327, and deserted Oil 28, from Foit Slocum. J although admitting headed in Oakland under the name of or. Van Dickeson attrib i Jan. Used the actual death of mrs. Betty buckles whose body was found in his offices in the Pacific building on december 21, to an associate known to him As or. Smith. He ure. And Jenny Wren stores were of died sold. Under the terms of the Sale it was announced creditors re Cene Between 40 and 50 per cent. -------------1------------ Irish republicans shun Cosgrave fete Dublin Jan. Has been a big demand for seats Mankind has you. Your for tonight s Farewell of president Cosgrave. Who will shortly leave for a visit to the United states. Tonight s affair is non a direct airline from the Hon Duran capital to the nicaraguan capital would pass the District where americans hate Given their Jnes in Battle against Sandmo. Lindbergh was warned to avoid this territory lest san Dino whose equipment includes both anti aircraft and machine guns should fire upon ins plane. The flight of Lindbergh has created a new and stronger Bond of Friendship Between Honduras and the United states president Miguel Pas Barahona said at a reception in the presidential Palace. I am Sokov to flier tells officials. In few countries has your reception been As modest As ours but in few countries could it have been More sincere and cordial. The spirit with which we received you is a Spint of the deepest sympathy which the honduran people Ever affected by Ude exhibit. Mention was made of a certain nude in the current exhibition showing a dappled Dryad ranking around a House under construction from which Pink and purple planks exude at strange angles. Such modernist specimens Parade under unexpected titles according to Clapp such flowering quince or a Man s a Man Tor a you really can t Tell what a travelling exhibition is like judg ing from the catalogue he said. The current exhibition which opened yesterday will be on View until january 29. The annual local exhibition will follow. It is then that jux team or censorship Ivill be in action it is expected. The present Art War recalled the Battle of the nudes of last year when a painting of Forrest Brissey s entitled woman was removed. It ments of the honduran people and my in tendering Iota the by Nncy of our Tion and the Assurance that your portentous flight across the tropical flies is created a new and stronger Bond of Friendship Between tie Noble nation of the United states and our beloved honduran in reply Lindbergh said gentlemen i want to thank you first for the enthusiastic Welcome and second for the honors i have received during my Short stay in Honduras. Charming country but no with j under debate during last year s an standing my Short stay i will re anal exhibition. Both paintings a lower California guarded and Are to be sent to Ensenada to answer charges Highway robbery officials of the Border City announced today. The five americans gave the names of Fred Thompson George Thompson 22, Lawrence x Thompson. 23, miss Lillian Thomp 29 and Elmer 12. Morehouse sunk As a. Splendid trial course. Says ger5iaxs hate Salvage vessels. The germans have two sub Marine Salvage vessels equipped for promptly raising submarines he told the committee adding it was impractical for a tender to accompany a submarine on every trial trip. Chairman Butler interrupted the examination to say that he would be glad to sound out the commit tee on the removal of the training grounds to key or Cheston. S. C. Magruder _ said key Avest had Matiy advantages Tor such a base. Encouragement of a merchant Marine to be As an auxiliary to the Navy in Case of War was favored by Admiral Magruder he added that he did not think it necessary to build additional cruisers As a part of a naval Ouila ing program at this time because approximately 160 destroyers Are now Idle at Philadelphia and ban these destroyers if put in condition he said would More than make up for any cruisers which might be built in order to put the with other navies. Managua. Nicaragua United states marines and the rebel Leader. General Asi Ustmo Spudino. Naa a aimed by boil sides today. The marines having paved the nay by Aerial bombing at tacks and care Tui were prepared to from their position at Quilli a Saint the entrenched rebels at Al Chicote 15 Miles away. A machine gun company of 120 men today moved toward Quilli to join the marines in the pro posed meanwhile reports from the Rocky terrain that will serve As the front for a decisive Battle expected momentarily said that the situation quiet. Latest word brought to head quarters Here from lieutenant Moses j. Gould commanding the marines was that the encounter probably would take place to Day. The Marine forces stung by the casualties suffered in the Cap Ture of Quilli. Were prepared for what they hoped might be the most important engagement of the Campaign. The Hope of the troops Here Nas with Sandino without Trail ing for the reinforcements of Jolo marines about to be sent from the United states. 3t associated leased wide to s Managua Nicaragua Jan. A Republic has been rounded in the Nueva Segovia a strict by general Augustino Sandmo rebel with whom United states marines Are Money has been coined in the name of the Republican ment and prohibition of intoxicants established with severe penalties death is the penalty for a Lian convicted of Selling liquor a comic Ted woman s property 33 burned the rebel Leader charged name of san Fernando to Sandmo when he established the Republic Sandino was a Leader in the lib eral army commanded by general Jose Maria. Oneada Leader of the opposition to the conservative Diaz government. In compliance i Iris _ mrs. Thompson said is Sai o be the wife of Fred Thompson and it was stated that with the exception of one of the thong sors s a lifts i attorney for Slayer tells governor crime due to Early sunstroke fall. Albany n. T., Jan. A sunstroke suffered As s. Little girl so affected mrs. Ruth Der s mind when she grew up her lawyer told governor Smith today that she lost her sense of responsibility and so could not help killing with an agreement negotiated by Henry l. Samson president Cool ids re s personal envoy the Liberal forces Laid Down their arms last july with the Assurance that of her husband. Attorney Hazelton expressed sympathy for the governor because of his responsibility in having to j decide whether a Man and woman a must die. Hazelton said that in Early childhood mrs. Snyder suffered from a serious sunstroke and a serious fall. This was concealed from he said until recently but now i found out that these events overshadowed her whole life. She Vas after that subject to moments of great Joy and great depression. She was subject to attacks of Epi Lepsy or perhaps some strange Borderland malady of the when the lawyers were through the governor merely said Well i be held american mines seized by general. Sundino gathered a number of those dissatisfied with the ment about him. He seized and operated american mines and levied taxes in the a sect maj. G. D. Hatfield. United states Marine corps sen Sandino an us to main demanding that he Lay Down his Arias. Sandino refuse-5 to in reply or to even discuss the mat Ter. _ Genera Moncada As the Leaf or or the official opposition repudiated Sandino. Sandino has maintained that the peace settlement was forced upon the liberals by the United states. Re seems to be a Radical enthusiast Peisu Asue Powers and one time styled the wild of the his depredations Haie for him the name of Bandit and Assassin Eien members of own Pirtz marines advert was the first time in the history of the gallery that any painting had been removed. The controversy invaded the realm of the women s clubs and pastors were Dix idea on the question. E. K. Hagedorn s chinese execute russian red spy Caxton Jan. Irom the Island of Honan opposite . Canton today told of the execution i the hearing is and walked of a russian or. Pfaff. He was a i from the room. It was understood rested by dec 27 after his discovery with russian documents in the red disorders of dec. 11. Several Radical unions were abolished by the new authorities Here. The leaders of Post office workers Union were imprisoned and the postal authorities Are now Able to reestablish turn the present deficit into a profit. Soviet bandits raid rumanian Jan. Exchange Telegraph despatch from Bucharest says that bandits crossed the Border from soviet Russia and invaded the Frontier villages of Granitzer and Putinta burning and Frontier flames engineers and others familiar to the Numera Region say sir continued on Page 2, col. I that he will Render a decision. Monday. Of Sixing n. Y., Jan. Mrs. Ruth Snyder awaiting exe cution in sing sing death House has made her will leaving property to her 9-year-old daughter and her Mother it was Learned today. The Wilt of Ftnat insurance on her murdered Hus band although payment has been contested in courts and property consulting of an automobile cloth ing and jewelry. She left the bulk to Iier daughter Lorraine. Today tomorrow011 . Surgeon indicted As widow s Slayer los Angeles. Jan. Or. Charles m. Mcmillan was in j one and wounding several. It was stated that the rumanian government will protest against tie a Tor murder 01 Appleby widow of a wealthy Chi Cago inventor. The woman s body was found in a Eack in Saa 60s Ketes. 10 to a. I Leartha Leo Home economics of or program b coarse or Adit id Ual Metaj grocers. 1 p. I Ennor Trio Courtesy of Ensor cafe and bakery. p. Ira Powell s 3tew fruit ale studio. P. M. Brother lion. 7 p. 31. Inc de food products Trio Courtesy of Dodge Sweeney co. 7 to p. Reports s to 1" p. 31 special West coast ire program. Tomorrow 10 a 31. Home Hoar mrs local pros ram by Courtesy of ind Ltd Ual retail grocery. 1 p. Ennor Trio. Ensor cafe to p. Powell s Hai Vasanji. Courtesy of studio. f. 31. Bob s s hour. 1 to 7 p. 31. Coln Milan Trio Courtesy of individual re Tail to p. 31. A Erst Courtesy of individual tall grocers. 10 p. Club
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