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Oxnard Daily Courier (Newspaper) - November 26, 1930, Oxnard, California
Today highest. 77 lowest. 62 the Oxnard daily courier a atom Fecit nov. 2530.20 nov. 26 30.20 and the Oxnard daily news vol. Xxi Oxnard Ven j Ura county California. Wednesday nov. 26, 1930 number 125stockton to Send sugar beets late wire news i. N. S. Weather forecast. Partly Cloudy tonight and thursday with moderate temperature. Low humidity with gent e to moderate winds. 23 dead in East. Chicago. Nov. 2g. Blizzards snowstorms and sub freezing temperatures gripped a Large portion of the country today with the storm toll at 23 dead. I Tariff of on powdered eos department elects two Oxnard ers for 1931 directors poultry men hear Trade talks on Market situation await Hoover message. Washington nov. 26. Just six Days from now president Hoo i ver will submit to the third ses Sion of the 71st Congress a resume of his thought on National Legisla Tive needs which Are based on the experience of a very turbulent year. This annual message is awaited with More interest than in years. Rotary picks Seattle. Chicago. Nov. 26. Selection of Seattle. Wash., As the 1932 convention City of the rotary club was announced at rotary Headquarters Here. Suicide. Piedmont. Nov. 26. Harassed by business worries according to his wife a Story to police Apley f. Hunt. 44, president of a Large averting company committed suicide in his Home today by shooting himself with a Shotgun. It would take a Tariff of 36 cents on powdered eggs to Aid the american poultry Man in combating the terrific Competition act cording to w. H. Childrens chair i Man of the recently organized California farm Bureau federation department who spoke at the i annual meeting of the poultry department of the Ventura county farm Bureau which was held at the new service clubhouse in san a to Paula last night. At the present time that Tariff is i Only 18 cents. This can be raised to 27 cents by the Law allowing the Tariff commission and president Herbert Hoover to raise the present rates fifty per cent. Congress will he asked to raise the Tariff to 36 cents but action on the measure will not be Given Congress before its december 1931 session according to Childers. John Holt Cleon Rummell. Both of Oxnard. George Knapp of Santa Paula. C. S. Philips of fill More c. P. Cochrane of Ojai. William Wiedemann of Ventura. A. Wallace of Montalvo and o. S. Carman of Saticoy were elected directors for the coming year r. D. Gather to of the Orange dinner dance will feature charter Wicht 20-30 service club fails to set Date for function i soviet kidnapping foiled London nov. 26. The London daily mail today published a dramatic account alleging that g. Sokolnikoff. Soviet ambassador to London is holding prisoner at the embassy three agents of the red secret police sent Here by Joseph Stalin to escort him Back to Moscow. The agents were dispatched to London the mail stated following interception by the secret police of correspondence Between Diplomat and Appo fonts of Stalin. The soviet embassy issued a statement officially denying the newspapers Story. Bears raid Market. New York. Nov. 26 the Bear raided the Market in the final period of the pre Holiday session today and forced prices to the lowest level of the week. The last hour raid had the effect of opening up of Stock loss orders and the forcing out of stocks on margin the utilities railroads and High priced industrials and specially stocks were under the heaviest pressure As the session Drew to a close. King Carol snubbed Bucharest nov. 26. A sensation was caused in political circles Here today when c. Bratianu Bharat party Leader refused to appear for an audience with King Carol. A dinner dance and entertainment will feature the charter night of the 20-30 club to be held sometime in january it was decided by the members of the organization at their regular weekly meeting held at the Oxnard hotel last night. This decision by the members followed several weeks of discussion As to the Type of an affair that should take place on such an occasion. President Mack Prindle has appointed committees to work on the affair and the Board of directors county farm Bureau congratulate 1 have charge of making final de the Ventura county farm Bureau on its successful operation of the commodity departments. G. D. Culbertson state director also chairman of the membership committee of the county farm Bureau. Spoke on the necessity for additional members and that every member could cooperate on the coming drive. Charles Pope president of the county farm Bureau said the 1931 goal of 1oo0 members is not an impossibility and urged every member to do his part. The 1930 membership of the Bureau is 910. William Hatch of the accredited hatcheries gave an interesting Short talk. M. A. Schofield director of the poultry producers of Southern California spoke on the cooperative situation of the Southern District. A i of Angeles City is now receiving 11.000 cases in one said or. Schofield a and storage eggs Are so plentiful on the Market at this time that 6000 of cases of fresh eggs Are being shipped to new York consumption of Erps in los Angeles totals about 20,000 cases a week. At the j present rate of consumption the storage Eger Supply will he exhausted by the Middle of january. For some unknown reason there was a great Bull movement last june to store eggs. Eggs bought at 23 and 26 cents per dozen and stored Are now Selling for 18 cents per dozen representing a less to those who stored the eggs said Schofield. Arrangements. It is expected that officers of the National association 1 will be present to present the charter to the club. Ventura a 20-30 club is planning to attend in Masse according to an announcement made by president Prindle. Louis Watts Well known 4ocal Tenor accompanied by his wife at the piano Lead the club in group singing and rendered three solos a in victus a Pale Moon and a a to the James Smith Secretary of the Oxnard Lions club was a guest of the club and he gave an interesting description of a dinner dance Given by the Lions in Ventura recently. The club members decided to hold their next meeting at the Roosevelt inn next wednesday evening. In a Experiment to i be tried for a coming year today is the last session of the Oxnard Union High school for the month of november. With the close of classes this afternoon school will not be resumed till monday december i according to Vav. D. Bannister principal of the institution. La a a turn y ii la . V Abl Kcf ii she thanks it Many donate voluntarily to Sal. Army acreage to Date Over 50 per cent higher than in 1929 intensive Campaign to Start Friday morning annual i with Volunteer subscriptions pouring into the salvation army Headquarters Here the drive gives every Date of going a Over the it was stated by members of the executive committee today. Mrs. Lucy s. King envoy in charge Here told the courier that 1 a Many generous and philanthropic 1 persons realizing the Good of the salvation army had their checks already made out and voluntarily gave them to her when she was distributing the weekly a a War an intensive final Windup of the Campaign which seeks to raise i Only $2500 from the South Side of the american beet sugar company has extended its Field operations to the Sacramento Delta Region. Near Stockton and will con tract for beets in the Western part i of the Delta during the 1931 season. Operations will be limited to around two thousand acres for the first year that acreage having already been secured. On account of the higher loading and transportation costs american beet sugar company in common with other companies indication to j up a Ralin it in the North is a contract lower than the one now in use at Oxnard such contract being comparable to that used in the Oxnard Section Back in 1922 and earlier. Price offered for beets however compared to the returns obtained for other commodities such As Beans Milo Maize Corn celery asparagus and other vegetables is very attractive to the growers and considerably More acreage than that contracted is available. The beets secured in the new territory will be shipped to Oxnard during the coming season and will add materially to the factory Supply and increase the local production of sugar. The sugar Content of beets in the Delta Region aver com Street tax override protests by Council the River is planned for Friday and saturday and the first part of next week. A meeting of the executive committee and All committee appointments has been called i by chairman Charles Donlon at a a around 17 or cent a. _ pared to 20 1-2 per cent in the beets obtained locally. The company is not prepared to state at this time to what extent to of clock Friday morning in the offices of the Oxnard chamber of Commerce. Workers will gather at that time plan the work and i Start on a canvass of the business the operations will be extended of the coming season s results Are discussion of Semi annual pay ment of Street assessments Complete lighting of the Carty subdivision annual audit of the books of the City and approval of a business License featured last night s session of the local governing body. I councilman Rudolph Beck stated the it la. H. Eastwood Ami w. H. Lathrop had protested against the City a plan of collecting the Street assessments in one Lump sum at this time. Their arguments were that with the City and county taxes falling due at the same time it placed a heavy Burden on the property owner. The taxpayer was compelled to borrow Money at 7 per cent while the City received Only 2 per cent on the Money col France Italy agree Geneva nov. 26. An agreement Between France and Italy on the naval disarmament problem has been reached Here it was rumoured in league circles Here today. No wet Plank Washington. Nov. 26 a a. Canvas revealed that the Southern democratic Drys were determined to fight proposed insurgents plan of insertion of a wet Plank into a 1932 democratic platform. Of Chance for Man and girl Chicago. Nov. 26. Passing through Here today Samuel Gold Wyn motion picture producer told interviewers he was looking for a new leading Man for Gloria Swanson and a new leading lady for Ronald Colman. Quot we want new faces a he said. Gangster shot. Newark. N. J., nov. 26.�? Richard Boiardo who wears a $5000 Diamond Belt uses Bullet proof Glass in his automobile and Pear Rogedale cemetery. A Bullet proof Vest today was shot 1 la times by a Marksman from a window across the Way. To wants immense army. J Washington nov. 26. Rec commendation of a maximum of i 288,880 men fixed by the National defense act of 1920 was made to i president Hoover by general Chas. Today a quotations. P summeral in his final annual into operation tomorrow by new York nov. 26. A the report As chief of staff. Ney Mccoy. High Low and closing prices of a a by the use of the transmitter selected group of stocks on the1 Schooner aground. He can speak to new zealand York Stock Exchange today i new London. Conn., nov. 26. Australia and even Russia has in the 60 year old Schooner storm i been heard recently by Mccoy. Petrol is aground More than a during the time Byrd was at mile off Shore after an All night the South pole Mccoy listened Battle with a fresh Gale in Long daily with the Aid of his old set Island sound. Mother of Jeannette Armstrong Dies after los Angeles operation mrs. H. L. Armstrong Mother of miss Jeannette Armstrong instructor in the Oxnard Union High school died yesterday at a los Angeles Hospital after failing to rally from an operation on sunday act Holch waa Quot a a pad to he bondholders until july. City attorney Charles Black Stock ruled that the present method of collecting is the Only Way it can be done according to the state Law. City treasurer William h. Groff pointed out that the City must pay interest and part principal in january and july. If the Money is not collected until it is due. The Bond holders must be kept waiting. The Council after lengthy discussion reached the conclusion that no change from the present form can legally be made and that it would not be advisable to change if it could be made. Mayor e. R. Gill voiced the com plaint of e. L. Carty Subdivider that a a Many of the Street lights had burned out in his tract and should be it appeared i that the expense of keeping the subdivision completely lighted had been considered too great an expense for the general fund to Bear evening. Mrs. Armstrong was 70 years old and had been in ailing health for a number of years. An operation for Gall stones was decided sunday from which she did not recover. The funeral services will be held Friday morning at to of clock at the los Angeles crematory located at the intersection of Venice Boulevard and Grover Avenue. The crematory can be reached by going on Pico to Western thence on Wester nto Venice Boulevard. Interment will be the cemetery powerful transmitter to be put in operation one of the most powerful trans j so City electrician e. O. Imus had matters in this Section will be put been instructed to remove every seven months have elapsed since the close of the City a fiscal year and in another five months another audit must be made. Mayor Gill was authorized by the Council to inform the auditors that their work must be completed on or before january i 1931. Ramon Lopez former employee of Albert Pfeiler who recently sold his land to Tom Mccormick applied to the Council for an application to run a Cigar store on seventh Street. He had a wife and four children to support. On chief of police j. B. Ker Rieks a approval the Council granted the application. A a renegades made Here to be shown soon says Landers a a renegades a Fox picture parts of which were taken near Oxnard will be shown at the Oxnard theater december 6 and 7, according to r. C. Landers manager of the theater. The picture stars Myrna Loy Noah Beery and was directed by Victor Fleming. The company was in this Section shortly after Paramount filmed a the spoilers at hueneme and the Mcgrath ranch. The picture was taken on the Sand dunes in Hack of Hollywood Beach. Oxnard savants at Ojai school meeting a a a a a a a a a a one of holidays. A the Oxnard Post office will a be closed All Day tomorrow a and there will be no mail a Carrier delivery in the City or a Rural delivery announced a postmaster Flournoy Carter. A District. As it takes the time of Busy business men to work on these i campaigns All contributors Are urged to write their Check payable to the salvation army for whatever amount they desire to give and Send it to John a. Tre her treasurer of the organization payable to the salvation army. This will save the time of the donator As Well As the workers by eliminating the necessity of a personal Call. The salvation army a budget for the coming year is $4190. This thanksgiving is one of the a relatively Small sum takes care of returns noted in other seven official holidays of the a All the army work on this Side of National pos offices. River it besides this collections. A a a a a a a a a a new Are As follows Anaconda 3612 34% 35% bait. Amp Ohio. 76 i 7312 74 Gen. Electric. 50 % 48% 49 general foods. 52% 51% 52 Grigs Grunow Gen. Motors. 4% 4 4%. 35% 35 35 Kennicott. 27�?T2 26% 26% Pennsylvania. 61 59% 60% Richfield 6�?T2 6% 6 % Rio Grande 8 8 8 so. Railway. 66 65 % 65% Union Oil 23% 23% 23% u. S. Steel 146% 144% 145% trans am. A 15 i 14% 15 Sid other one. The lights had not a burned a even at that Carty tract is far better lighted than the built up residence Section a stated councilman Fred Snodgrass. The audit of the City books annual source of discussion was brought up. Mayor Gill stated Mun or not local boy. Ray Miranda of Camarillo was one of the boys arrested by chief to the report of the newspaper that t. E. Brass and Russell Carman at his Post at the Southern Roll had been engaged last May to extremity. Check the City books and the new transmitter is of too had accomplished Little. Transmitter is of too Watt Power and it can be said that j. B Kerrick and his officers Over Mccoy can listen in to the worlds the weekend for a enjoying their happenings first Gin this is not the son of or. And mrs. Ray Miranda or. Of eighth Street Oxnard. A they have not started on Street assessments a stated treasurer Groff. R. B. Haydock grammar school superintendent and w. D. Bannister High school principal attended the monthly meeting of the Ventura county grammar and principals association which was held at Ojai last night. A Turkey dinner at the High school preceded the meeting. The meeting in december will be at the same time of the Institute so far which will be held in Ventura beginning december 15. An order for Quick delivery which has to be filled by monday five Story Chicken House at Sacramento seen by Steinmiller John Steinmiller who has just returned from a two weeks visit to his native Heath Sacramento and environs reports seeing something now. Its a Chicken House five stories High. It is called the White leghorn hotel and is referred to As Sacramento a latest and most unique hostelry with a full House every night. The building accommodates 3600 chickens and has such modern conveniences As running water in every room electricity elevator meals served in rooms Etc. The Plant is owned by Niessen Bros and is located Between Fairoaks and Orangevale. Another out of the Ordinary re-1 port that or. Steinmiller brings Back with him is about a two Story hog House. It also is most modern and fully equipped with All the latest improvements known in pig Dom. Farming land he found rented j at $80 per acre and a ranch devoted to onions raised 700 sacks per acre. Or. Steinmiller made Sacramento his main stopping place and from there he visited various smaller towns including Marysville where he has an aunt 88 years old and another 86 years old and with whom and other members of his family he enjoyed a reunion. Or. Steinmiller who is one of the Hest known pioneers of this Section was himself 70 years of age on november 24. Nab three bandits j Young Peoples work and the store i account for an income of $1690, i leaving Only the comparatively smaller amount of $2500 to raise. Officials plan to continue the Campaign until the required amount is i raised. Crash victims leave Hospital mrs. Sista Torres who was injured in an Accident Between her automobile and a Southern Pacific train will go Home today according to or. E. C. Beach. Mis. Torres spent a Good night and her condition had improved so that she is Able to go Home. The Little girl Estella Torres 4 years old suffered a fractured Skull but As the fracture was a superficial one she will also go Home it was stated today. Of Royal Arch masons to banquet saturday satisfactory. In the old territory extending from san Luis Obispo South to Huntington Beach contracted acreage for 1931 is at this time More than 50 per cent in excess of last year. Profitable returns realized by beet Farmers during the past two or three years is again turning attention to the beet crop. In addition to this the value and necessity of sugar beets As a Rota Tive crop is being More thoroughly realized on account of diminish lines which have been grown consistently on certain areas this con used planting of a certain crop resulting in a marked increase in the insect pests and Plant diseases Peculiar to such crops. The University of California Extension service is emphasizing the need of rotation and by rotation is meant a change to an entirely different Type of crop than the Farmer has been accustomed to grow. 230 dead in Japan quake about too will be expected to lights. He present at the Royal Arch a j sonic dinner which will be held saturday evening. November 28, at the masonic Temple according to advices today. The Drill team of los Angeles Royal Arch chapter known As the a principal Tau a will be present. 35 Strong to Confer the degree on the candidates. The dinner will be a Turkey one according to Jacob Diefenbach who will be in charge of the banquet. A International new service Tokyo. Nov. 26�? leveling hundreds of Homes and buildings in Japan a disastrous earthquake today struck the Beautiful Izu Peninsula killing 230 people and injuring scores. Landslides which followed the temblor described As the worst since 1923 disrupted communications and transportation facilities. Relief forces were mobilized immediately to Aid the injured and care for survivors. The earthquake at 4 a. In. Lasted to minutes. It threw the population into a panic and extinguished electric Springville. 111. Nov. Not Lighthouse keeper Henry Rosendale who died recently in los Angeles was not the 26.�? i former Lighthouse keeper Achord Alfred priest los Angeles Arch-418, Iteck was in Oxnard today on business matters. A nor on the water books added will necessitate the fish Cannery at three men suspected of the hold ing to Walter White present Orrin l. Isham superintendent of hueneme owned by the Boyd up of the Kincaid Bank were i be keeper As or. Rosendale the Forth e Oxnard municipal water packing company to operate to ing held by police today for ques Mer hueneme resident died three works. Morrow thanksgiving Day. Toning. A years ago. A a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a Diener finds imitator a Richard Diener Oxnard s a famous floriculture is has a found an imitator. Some Fel a Low who used to work for a him once is advertising a Flower seeds at Cut prices. A an elaborate Catalon has a been issued with potted a a a # a a a a a Small town in Southern Call a a forma. A Petunia Petunia planes showing fraudulent blooms according to or. Diener. The Oxnard Florist is now taking up the matter with a View of showing up the fraud. The imitator is located in a
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