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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 21, 1942, Oakland, California 0 Akla n d s Only locally owned locally controlled daily newspaper Tribune exclusive associated press w 1 r e photo w i d i would u n i t e d press 0 Akla n d s Only locally owned locally controlled daily newspaper vol Oakland California saturday november 21. 1942 11 d no 144 . Freezes half butter a storage order May result in thanksgiving shortage in area a eloped today in tie Oakland food s Tuat on after the Federal govern Irten an order freezing half of the nation s total butter Supply in the order apparently meant a virtual butter less thanksgiving in this area issued by the War production braid the latent Load regulation apples to 35 principal marketing centers of the United states including the Bay area it freezes 50 per cent of the stocks san Francisco wholesalers had on november 6 and that Means the in s up j the age amount has been Cut one half since that Date measure temporary the measure was temporary to insure sufficient supplies to meet the needs of the armed forces and lend lease web explained that because of the shortage the army and Navy have had difficulty getting client supplies and ships with space for butter taken on other cargo an estimated 30 to 35 000 pounds of butter Frozen by the action which became effective last night and will extend until match 6 1943 it was evident that for civilian use the Only supplies available Aie those in dealer stocks and butter now in grocery stores fresh but Ter is not affected stocks dwindling dwindling stocks in this Aiea Are due to the fact that California nor Malk gets about 55 Pei cent of us butter from other states and pro Duce is in those states have higher Weihn paces before accept Ina California i Roland Vaile of the office of civilian supp in Washington a Terri Aji incl Hoard ins Ruttei since n the refrigerator it food doors in a tin u m u i be i plus us Tion a been curtailed by the Shn take of milkers tins Stales cold Sto Rajza butter 1 pal last Only 60 Days under Normal Condit on w j Kuhrt 3 a e Buteau of markets chief in formed the California Board of culture in Sacramento yesterday dealers losing Monet further he said the entire milk Industry is losing Money with rec ords showing dealers take a loss of from one half to one cent a quart of milk handled most of me state is just barely getting by on the milk Supply he commented and a critical state wide Cream shortage that is growing daily a shortage of cheese also is developing because meat shortages have created such a de Mand for meat substitutes Kuhrt Aid legislation planned he revealed that legislation is be ing considered to replace the state i voluntary emergency plan for diverting milk from areas of Abund Ance to Arcag of shortage the voluntary program wat to two Angeles area milk refuted to accept it according to Kuhrt the Board of agriculture asked Federal authorities to designate crops essential to the War Effort no that California Farmers Wilt have the information v Ell in time to plan plantings Assurance came today from metropolitan Oakland dealers that the Turkey Supply for the Holiday be sufficient Toms More plentiful to 6 duos win run unit there Are More Toms than hens this Jear the Market news ice reported Turkey Poncei will average about 10 to 12 Pound higher than in 1941 today bought their last Coffee for a week at Midnight ton int will halt to allow Kyj crips in their stocks of the of rationing at Minnish a of Ember 2% sweater girl5 turn bandits Rob tavern at comma the to darn us Ester girl Ujj ans it liar Wei say so even the Bay area police think they Are Fine until those same girls step out of line tits v by today san Francisco Ana All Bay area police Are on the of Uvo lovelies both described sweater gins the one a tiny Blond and e other a Brunette held up and robbed the proprietor of the Glo e tavern or. Colma at about 2 am California still has axe vows to keep it the Blind was Llmott and he one v to did All the work the four font to a Neh Avo Man 15 old Rarned the Sun and demanded the hand Over v v As a the ii l he did and she walked out i n i the two Uorn drove away in firl i Aid he of average height axe Back in place . Quiets Down trophy is restored from protective custody Only two incidents reported Berkeley nov. Stole the did they on trued to interest some University of California students Oday after one of the quietest big game axe rallies in years. But since the question was purely academic and the was Back in its proper resting place attention was entered n the game itself and the determination to keep the trophy in beating Stanford consternation reigned for a Brief period esterday when As the Trade Lonal rally was about to get under Way at the greek the Ater it was discovered that he axe was missing from its plaque m the men s clubroom m Stephen s Union in its place was sobered by the War the University of California student body held its axe rally in years yesterday. The Calm was disturbed Only when it was discovered that the axe was missing and when it made its reappear Ance a few moments after the loss was announced generally. Registering despondency Over the fact that the trophy was missing from its plaque a Dincov made just before Start of the rally yesterday afternoon is Helen Keller. Bay shipyards launch 5 ships Lodge s efforts army praises hastily scrawled note which read to whom it Mav concern the axe has been taken into protective custody by a group of Oyal californians As a Means of All into the hands of unruly Irre i possibles from you know where firemen Adamant any damage done the a3uc Ivill be settled on request frantic rally committeemen in Dea Voied to borrow an axe from the Berkeley fire truck which stood by at the scene but turned Down another axe was procured painted and placed on the plaque but the effect was phony committeemen said and it was decided to break the bad news to the students yell Leader Dick Lippi made the announcement to moans and groans and the time honoured yell give pm the axe pandemonium Bike out a Lew moments later Noiman Hen Nessy chairman of the student peace committee strode on the stage axe in hand and the Sopho Snoie vigilance committee placed it Back on its plaque Hennessy explained later that he had seen several students acting suspiciously chased them and i covered the Tro Phy he declared they were upperclassmen and not visiting firemen from Falo Alto the rally then proceeded to a quiet and Oid Eily close by 541 o clock in that the Blaze could be a foie Nightfall in compliance with fourth army m St auctions cheese ass n elects Oaklander Mare Island puts two ships into water for British admiralty five new ship5, to Upp Learnt Uncle Sams fighting on the sea Slid Down the was pcs Ter Day and today in Bay Aiea ship Yards at Mare Island Navy said i Rose Lyons an employee of the Maicl for 15 years was sponsor Foi the has Duckworth seventh British Corvette to be built in the Vallejo Navy Yard mrs Lyons was selected for the Honor by popular vote of v in scr on Maie i and mis Edna Oconn Cli Ocie m i trons of Honor and Mcm Bois of ill sponsors a Uty included i hell Pope Verf Monica Leclair Edith Julian and Ida Mae a sister ship Helms Duff was launched this afternoon with mrs Bert a Barr As sponsor hear Admiral w. L in Dell and Frank Dicker Vallejo were speakers at yesterday s launch ing awarded Gold Star at Henry j Kaiser s Richmond shipyard no 1, the 22nd Liber to freight i built june v is launched and at the same Tirner the Yard was a Gold sur by the maritime commission Foi continued to cd up i eduction in Richmond a i d 2 the 10 000 ton cargo vessel Stanley s was Rhost Ppd by Fri Hoh Rrt e Alc Mahon and a som Eva presented by e s Shui tors technical advisor to Carl w Pacific coast regional director of the time Cummis Sion the Star will be added to the m the Yard three months Ajo destroyer launch of the Stanley Matthev s the i52nd Chnrei ship stun Chad at j Kaiser i a dust Rover a tiding the rame of Commodore Lohn of sponsored at Roth Lehr Barri in san Francisco in mrs Hariom e to n san j pc fight program sponsor i Alicd at student dinner t Rorr Nelv Cummi i nor Ain i Fuci v to ice nod Pic flight in Uncle the her Public Ino incidents disturbed the aim of the usually turbulent pre big game night a oui file was set at Bancroft Way and Telegraph Avenue at 1 a m immediately by firc and Bioust no ii Noird p i n i i m r i i d Nizic i fist ni2h pm s club training to about co v to Aie pie Pating them to be aviation Canti Are second i Lent l w Ansell and reaction except resentment from students who branded it a stupid tuck police were called to the i he Elondon Fate Imti by neighbors who i compelled of excess Post dance Feslis Lead is of the Frater in Ici cd to ii mtg that a Stanford Man second Lieut k w Oakland address Tor whose had been found in their Domain promised to quiet Down for the remainder of the night j. L. Turtle Choice for president lunches 1943 goal j l Tuttle of Oakland n new president of the California cheese association elected yester Day during last Day sessions of the Vestern. Regional Dairy conference held at the hotel Oakland under auspices of the Pacific slope Dairy association Tuttle succeeds a Garrozola of san Francisco president the last two years c a Phillips of Davit was re elected Secretary treasurer. 1 the goal of our members next year with the Aid of the state and Federal governments will be to persuade the wives of War workers o pack a lunch that packs Tuttle announced american stir decried he declared that americans Are m a rut in their food habits not willing enough to make the changes necessary m wartime for Comfort and Good health despite meat rationing or any other shortages Jour diet can be kept at the same High health value if you Are willing to learn How to make the necessary changes final Maior session of the regional conference was an in it me Jairy Council concerned Nith Batter food for a Volkers or. Kuh Speaks or Clifford Kuh chief of the state Bureau of Industrial health declared proper food for War Plant employees can help to save millions of Man Houis m a year i time problems of milk delivery were discussed by Douglas to Tang a director of the California Dairy concil the co operative Dairy manag ers and milk products manufacturers associations held their concluding sessions a Liuio i inn Cir to pc Cal w Erik to in finite of ainu in i 10 incl n i on in n c in Iroini n r n is kits aim., arh i i Foi the Pic flip Ira int in heir colonel Pri Piai Rel Chr Woik of the Elk club v Inch has sponsored hip Pio Rani in in operation with the Oakl Inri Public this elks club is unexcelled in lie Upp oif v men it wins Given m soliciting Lotins men to Volunteer for this i eat service colonel Perkins Spicl turning to the incl Idamc int fill ire measures Are necessary to in that colonel 7drit-ms stars Rel the the wartime increase in venereal the City fathers also do . Vice ordinance wins . that so i1 Antigen has r i Ermir its Cipul citius Foi Loci dire incl to gain one of in Inci Estinv Vii Tuc a Supei visors committee Vest iday followed its i commendation of do Paas on strict anti vice Bill with the stipulation that the Wholf thing Khali automatically efface itself from the Law books six months after the War ends that extraordinary importance of Tah As t a is Foi Futine Price to Cir Lerl that safeguards Are req ined the count re Olin s me id of Rij Foid Kincid of the Hovis of a Cricri i Hall 1-Mcht of the Ano or f Milton yet Kov Nonni pal in Runke the phase Foi the Dura Tion mean exactly that i Tow did the Samp end the liquor inti Shiv Las agreed Volu Tauly to a Mia night closing of bars so that legislation v 1s inf to ird or tin s. Nimz school Whir most of the a nation courses Are taught Sui Oril be uhe existing 2am closing Law will be pies Eivid i this voluntary curfew appeared i Inch to in into effect in Decem Bei j of ill affected soups will be held at 2 pm Mon Day to decide upon the Esi Hest Date when the program can be made effective and the first of december is forecast As probable sales after Midnight except strut Days when closing would occur at ism forbid sales before 10 a a and restrict women patrons to table service san Francisco new anti vice Bill though St it contains none of the extreme features of the original draft the proposal which banned illicit acts Between All unmarried couples and made them b a Fine or six months in Lall was eliminated from the ordinance More directly at organized prostitution promiscuous girls and the rift in venereal disease elks club dinner honors fliers my to her of in n shipyard worker crashes Bridge toll zone temporarily i after Sie in ceased to rough he toll on the san franc co Oakland i r i v i hnu4 Donald Keller Hanck 25 v Orve diced today by a

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