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removed - PSJLESTE-IMEIS PSJLESTE-IMEIS Wrecking crews...
PSJLESTE-IMEIS PSJLESTE-IMEIS Wrecking crews under the dlrec Hon of O. I Dalzejl today were dismantling and removing the last vestiges of Oakland's first Lake Merritt floating Christmas tree. The spectacular Christmas symbol, symbol, which from December 14 to New Year's night brought thousands thousands of holiday Bpcetators to' the shores of the Take, was stripped of ornaments late yesterday and the float towed to the shore for the felling of the tree. H. F. O'Brien. lialrman6nhe decorations committee, had charge the tree.- tree.- He represented th Electrical Electrical elvfb In the public project. After tneSjast light had been removed; removed; a ere from the Thomas Rigging compaVy towed the float nearer the ihoreLand began the re-v.:oval re-v.:oval re-v.:oval operations. i ' While they weriv thus, engaged, A-orkers A-orkers A-orkers from Kt'WJI ' and the Electrical .Product company were packing up the broadcasting equipment, the loudspeakers, and the submarine' cable and removing them. By late tonight the entire work will be complete and the floating tree memory, according to General General Chairman William F. Et, Bure. proa-, of the work of stripping the lllu- lllu- tninated star and other lights from a

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  1. Oakland Tribune,
  2. 03 Jan 1930, Fri,
  3. Page 25

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