Oakland Tribune in Oakland, California
17 Sep 1940

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17 Sep 1940

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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - September 17, 1940, Oakland, California Oakland Tribune tuesday september 17, 1140 d will Register for service in California guardsmen called for oct. 15 mobilization Washington sept strength of units to an important de with gome Vanguard detachments at training centers and ther Advance units of the first on their Way. An additional National guardsmen received mobilization orders today for october 15. General George c. Marshall. Army chief of staff disclosed the War apartment s plans last night for sum Moning the second guard contingent in the progressive mobilization that is expected to bring the guard s full strength of men into Gree. The average number of resignations or discharges reported was less than 10 per cent with a mini mum of one half of one per cent claimed in Idaho and a maximum of 20 per cent reported in a few cases. In several states guard officers said new enlistments had More than equalized losses boost ing the strength of units beyond regulation Levels. Some areas re ported that enlistments were expected to fill resignation gaps in Active service by the year s end. J the next few Days and in a few the new guard orders were an-1 places units had waiting bounced at the end of a Day which saw some of the first militia units to be mobilized mustered into the Federal service at Home armoires scattered through 2g states. The induction continued today. States affected the october is guard Call will affect units in new York. Ohio. Mich Igan Mississippi puerto Rico and Hawaii. Th4 Start of mustering in procedure for the first yesterday indicated according to unofficial re ports that resignations because of doctors dentists quit i among the resignations several states noted a number of professional men. Particularly doctors and dentists. Some resigned because they were the Only doctors or dentists in their Home districts. On the other hand some medical units reported brisk enlistments. What lops of men might result from physical disqualification was not by results of the first kn0x says British have better than 6000 to work 1ihvl Uli Ilin. Iiihi1 i ii a even Chance to win a1 air san Diego sept. Secretary of the Navy Knox gives England a better than even Chance 1o defeat feels in deed he says quite cheerful about the Secretary who arrived Here defense figures foe j b Almeda dose completely revised three trapped miners alive Rescue seeded Cave Ini which the lives of rescuers. The Cave in occurred before noon v1rgina City nov. Sept. Crews digging steadily into a of fallen rocks and Earth estimated Early today they were 12 feet from Throe miners entombed Alameda sept thou fince morning by a mine workers will be employed . By Navy plane yesterday from inc Alameda naval air station in i a i am mme inspector Honolulu Wop re he inspected naval or three mr5 commander j., Matt Murphy Omer cd from the four districts divided into 283 boards Sacramento sept. Adjutant general r. E. Mittelstaedt Mtima Ted today that 9s5000 Cali Ash a and la has by no the new base. First set at 1400, has estimated today that eau Timi i i a .1___ a i a facilities and spent five Days at sea with the Fleet told newsmen he be g. Farrell. Executive officer of the station said today. Defense figures and approx Ria Tunnel and announced the men were All he said he expected the rescuers would reach them in an lived the Chance for a successful invasion of Britain was growing i weaker every Day. It ions have been completely revised hour or so. To invade Groat he Jin the last months commander far to ppm was heard from the in said Germany must destroy Brit Rell said and the complement of Day. The examinations Start until induction had been com list rants. Fornia men fall within the 21 to 35 age limits of those required to Reg ister under terms of the National conscription Bill. Carrying out plans perfected Xiv thin the past year Mittelstaedt said 283 local draft boards will be set up throughout the state allocated on the basis of one Board Jor every the state has been divided into four districts to carry out the plan. Registration will be carried out at local voting precincts utilizing regular election facilities. Registration cards then will be turned Over by the county clerk to the local draft boards. Each Man a number each Man registering will receive a number and a lottery in washing ton will determine tie order in which a detailed eight Page ques Lio Isire will be mailed to the Reg Means done that. Germany s 3 to 1 been More than quadrupled. By air advantage has dwindled be cause As the offensive nation it has lost More planes. Germany s losses usually Are next july 1, about 1500 enlisted men and civil employees Are expected to be working on the base. In another month things should and pilots. Many eng a Start humming. Machinery now be Lish pilots when their ship is disabled can land on English soil and return to fight again i believe England now has bet Ter than a 50-50 Chance to win out and i feel quite cheerful about colonel Knox said about 100 units of the Fleet will return to the Pacific coast from Hawaii Cross ing in three contingents the first of which left the islands yesterday carrying Admiral James o. Rich Ardson Fleet commander in chief. Dependents would not deplete the i next few Days. Peteri and will continue for the Lions club to hear Montell Doug Montell. Pacific coast sports Brac Caster. Will talk on behind the scenes of at the Lions club luncheon at hotel Oakland to Morrow. Montell will be introduced by Phil Ray chairman of the Day according to president Clifford d. Allen of the Oakland Lions club. Also at the speaker s table will a Bill Evans and Fred Mcclintock co chairmen of the Day. And Leo l. Rosenberg. Samuel d. Russell or. Damage to crops feared from rain Bay gardeners May have welcomed the respite from watering their Yards but agriculturists else where in the state were worried Over the scattered showers and what damage they might cause to late crops. The Prospect according to the . Weather Bureau is Lor More of the same tonight and to mor Row in the by District and Valley in the local boards con members each will review the ques and determine whether registrants Are eligible for service or Are to be placed in deferred classifications because of physical handicaps dependents or other reasons. Draft Board members have been designated by Superior court judges in various counties subject to approval of gov. Culbert Olson and appointment by president Roosevelt. A Medicine help judges also have recommended examining physicians for the boards the state medical association As made selections for members of be 20 medical advisory boards. The tale bar association has recon . To elect officers for year Berkeley. Sept. Of Oft Cors will be featured at the an insisting of three Nual meeting of lie woman s Chris review the ques Temperance Union at the first presbyterian Church tomorrow afternoon from 2 to 4 o clock. Miss Winifred Bangs president of the preside. Delegates to Ernest m. Sutzer a. T. Shine Arcase plus thunderstorms j Silver Jesse Smith John b. Taylor High mountains. A Frank w. Teasdel Jack m. Thaler crops which Sigrit be endangered Rev. Harold l. Thatcher Burton r Thomas and Joseph l. Thomas. Beauty culture Dolores Premier enjoys a National reputation for graduating the most operators in every Community. Why not investigate now about a successful Beauty career for yourself new enrol now your tuition will be budgeted on a simple easy payment plan. Call in person or write for free descriptive literature. Beautiful machine less permanent by heavier precipitation include grapes in Sonoma Valley and san Joaquin county prunes in the san Jose area and Cotton in the san Joaquin Valley. Streetcar runs wild jumps track hundreds of persons on their Way to work along Market Street in san Francisco this morning were men aced by a runaway Street Cai that jumped the tracks and careened to the curbing in front of the Southern Pacific building. The car of the no. 6 Market Streel line was headed East at Spear Anc Market streets when it passed switch and left the rails. It Tore up the Street for several Yards As it headed toward the sidewalk. Motorman h. A. Henry could give no reason for the Accident. Half a dozen passengers on the car were shaken up but not injured. Knights of pythias plan joint meeting a joint get together meeting o members knights of pythias of District no. 19, composed of Elm Merit Dirigo Oakland and Bai Lilia lodges All of Oakland with members in Berkeley Richmond land Alameda will be held tonight at 8 o clock in the . Build ing 92nd Avenue ind East fourteenth Street. Elm Lodge will a Host. A dinner meeting of the executive Council will precede the the cottage dining room 98th ave nue ind fourteenth Street. The greatest value in Oak land. The hair soft and Beautiful. 1 .95 includes Finstr wave and haircut special sting let curl permanent an Maxi off valve. Include it haircut 1 .00 shampoo fince wave rinse manicure All Fork by advmct4 tinder expert Maga int editor and writer Dies Westport conn., sept. Jr., for 25 year dramatic editor of Munsey s Maga Zine died of bronchial pneumonia today at his Home Here. He was 83 in addition to his position on Mun sey s Magazine White also had been editor of Story weekly Magazine. He was the author of Many Itourie and several novels. School 477 15th Street Daylight burglar Loots 9 Oakland private garages nine private Karaite in an Oak land residential District were broke into late yesterday by a Daylight burglar who made off with a wid assortment of articles. Police sat the burglar found nothing of an great value. A Trench coat flashlight and so jacket were stolen from an Auto Mobile owned by Ward a. Smith of ii Glen Avenue which a perked in a garage at 69 Glen ave nue and an Auto Robe from the a rage of Of Glen Avenue. Three garages were entered at an apartment House at 81 Glen Avenue where a pair of Sun glasses were taken from the automobile of Muriel Grant and a radio from the Auto of George Morris. An at tempt was made to drive off an Auto i owned by John Daniels also a resident of the apartment police mid. Four Garry is at another apart 1 Mont at 77 Glen Avenue afro entered and carpentry tools stolen from Andrew Gow a pair of slip and by Filitti from the of m. Guzior a camera Antl Auto Rohe from the of unit Ifni inn w to vim of pm roof m. Ing installed in the huge assemblage and repair shops first permanent building erected on the base will be in running order by then and air planes from the entire Pacific coast will he brought Here for overhauls and Cherk . Commander l. M. Grant who makes his Home at 7fi Lakeview a Pic Piedmont will be in charge of the shops and is now supervising the installation of the equip ment. By january 1, Captain John h. Hoover 53, chief of staff to vice Admiral c. A. Blakeley commander of the Navy Battle Force is expected Here to take Over com Mand of Tho base. Commander far Rell and commander Henry t. Stan Ley Are to remain Here As executive and operations officers respectively. Commander Farrell who saw duty in the Straits of Gibraltar on . Destroyers during the last War arrived in Alameda last week and the state convention at san Jose makes his Home at 3103 Fernside october 14-17. And the county con-1 Boulevard with mrs. Farrell and prisoner men about o clock last night. The victims All residents of this historic mining town Are Wil Liam Randolph mine Foreman Tony Stosich and Claus Martens. The Cave in was about 1500 feet from the Mouth of the Central Tunnel leading into the old Workings of the consolidated Virginia and Ophir Gold mines. About 30 feet of the Tunnel thought to by blocked. Only three men were Able to work at a time in the narrow Tunnel. Workers said Progress was slowed by fallen timbers and Othor Small Clave at Oakland september will be elected. Ames of approximately and the advisors selected to assist draft boards Church group will hear Mexico talk mrs. Dora Grace Erickson will speak on the new socialist school of Mexico at the social to be held by St. Anne s confraternity of St. Margaret s Church at the Home of mrs. Aloys Dunn. 1348 Hopkins Street tomorrow morning. Rehush 24, j their son. Jerry 12, after serving As i executive officer of the aircraft Carrier Langley for one year. Present Navy plans Call for the establishment of a patrol Wing including from two to seven squad Ronso of seaplanes containing from 12 to 18 planes each and two Navy ave been submitted by or animations. Division of the state into four is trials to facilitate the work of inscription has been accomplished in placing 28 Northern counties and 3 local boards within the Sacra mento area 10 counties and 72 boards in the san Francisco area 12 counties and 28 boards in the Fresno area and eight counties and 140 boards in the los Angeles area. Advisors per Board thirty advisors will be assigned o each Board to assist registrants n filling out questionnaires and an examining physician and an Appeal Igent will work with each Board. Die Appeal agent will Check action if local boards to determine whether t is too lenient in granting de ferments from service and whether errors occur. Twenty boards of Appeal and 20 Mcd ical advisory boards in the slate will be set up to which registrants May Appeal for review of their cases. All local officials participate i without pay. Veterans in cols will be served at 1 o clock. Carrier groups with 75 planes each besides a Utility Squadron. At the local base. Enlisted personnel will Start moving into the naval Barracks which Are now being furnished for them next month commander far Rell said today. Save on family shoe repairs wednesday Only half soles and half rubber heels for men women children 79 or. Oak leather or composition soles. A work guaranteed. We carry full line crepe Scles and heels. Moderate prices . Official will address and club Public relations and advertising will be discus cd by k. C. Ingram assistant to the president of the Southern Pacific company at a san Francisco advertising club meeting tomorrow noon. Furni Hurt sold when advertiser placed a want and to sell furniture Jor three rooms refrigerator Good condition. Me r Ritt 0510. Twelve readers called. Eleven Are still looking. The Rumor about Nash was True anew kind of car is coming in the lowest Price Field its a Beauty built to save you Momy every mile fire Sale near act today Gross Bros. Say never again will such values be repeated i v it s almost Over. Cross Bret. Fire Salt the event that has meant thou Sands of dollars saved by Thrifty Bay Raj Ion housewives. But there ire still some remarkable bargains left for those who were out of town or otherwise unable to take full advantage of this marvelous Opportunity. Come in today take your pick from bargains like those listed below. But hurry just a few Days left and there la never by another Opportunity like this thank we did t order our fire and we certainly Dan t want another 49.50 Odd Beds All former values to 22.50. Now 2-pc. Velour living room sets. Recovered. Values to 159.00. Now occasional values to 22.50. Now 9x12 rugs former values to 49.50. Now. Lay Back couches. Us to 24.50. Now. Floor values to 22.50. Now floor a Ca values to 13.95. Now Viilu dining room sets. Former values to 89.50. Now. Buffets As former values to 66.00. Now., 5-pc. Dinette values 16.95 22.50 17.95 7.50 15.00 Ier values 5.00 now table Model radios. For Mer values to 59.00. 4 j Ca console radios. Former values to 109.00. 00 a now stoves. Nationally known Mako. Former values to 169.50. Now 5-pc. Kitchen sets. Former value to 22.50. C a now .3.uv do luxe Model Refrigeri nationally known. For Mer values to hot 219.50. Bedroom 3-pc. Knotty Pine. Values to 49.95. Now bedroom Cone set. Sold for 32.50. Now. Pc. Knotty 31.50 3-pc. Pint 19.95 innerspring 242 coils heavy ticking. Sold for 19.95. Now. King. Sold 10.95 1.95 Rug fads toll for nor Valum to now hair pads. My to 7.95. Monterey living room set. 2 Diocos. Val Ca a us to 79.00. Now. We ova bed Springs As doubt Coil. Formerly told for to Ca 9.50. Bendix Home formerly sold for a a 129.50. Now Formor 42.m table of stove slut now All warehouse Stock yet verday and was distort Rel what the la Ltd to out to lunch. Emu horse wednesday misses Goat Sale women s Reg. 59c Lavonne Hose 2.-1 1200 pairs. 3-thread full fashioned silk Hose in fall sizes 8v4 to hosiery Mam floor students Tysl Writh few Merlr 7 i 15.00.nov Fol temporally at my Dressy and casual styles reefers fitted flared boxy Coats Superb wools 12-44. Coat floor Mim women i drum s Day usually to ?4.44. Fall Lor everyone. Thrift Kiuei women s Cindi Iwick roots values full skirted surplice wraparound. Robes second floor Simp lit Gottard foundations values Corset Les girdles Corbel secant Efnor Hale Worth Vitamin value a a g and d. Capsules s1.94 too to a Box floor values men s shirts is ,00 Many Brand new reduced from Stock Broad cloth Madras Rayons. 14-18. Men s floor value fabric loves 1-1. Fall from Namoia rankers Black Brown Navy tailored and Dressy. 31.81 32.95 to 33.95 Villi Mon s Juliun zip or Button Cosu pullovers 36 to 48. Man t Al nor 310.95 values boys bitter suits herringbone tweeds Navy Cheviot 8 to 16 years. Soya Al nor full panel cribs 6-Ynr size repeat Sale Ivory Maple finish. In factory car tons. We deliver. Haby floor 31.29 Vilus floor bowl sett lit 9-Inch bowl animal figure Frog Rock Chipi floor 37.81 18.95 women s Rayon knit undies gowns slips panties Bloom chemises Many at half the ref Ultra Price. Regular extra sifts. Floity 49c to 89c value t Rayons 4 fabrics Plain printed nubby spun and sharkskin types. Light ii ecu. Floor 11.11 Weiliam Simom Yard to Valutis coatings suiting novelties. Floor Skyria intr Mil with Ehm Tell Oluk--------s11.m regular Model built in antennae. Terms. Floor 111.91 Villi Fol fact trim 18.11 7 14 Lecei track. Buy on train club plan. N Irr 100 pyre Piru Litturi cltmiti.11.41 sanitary to keep clean flour size special it seconds Cannon Percale sheets Cannon Carol ten both in him 73x109. Ii perfect by . Big Cannon Bath towels 4-n 23x4l-Lnch 11 r o n Feldt for Lopfer coloured Berdan. Por Marly to . Double Colon. S1.4i to 11 Milf. Heavy Chinu or Creyonne for i far menu. Wincki. vim Twat m itch pin Opp Tomu vanity run few 11, on w Cream Kwh for i Fitsim Raym Pauls Wilt ii ii of trim Mac tit owl Hanttu mrm mme pm Iii J 1

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