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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 26

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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TUESDAY EVENING -9 JANUARY 27, 1931 Cm i BUKUhlN rAKM fWJUUL.1 5 ANNOUNCEMENT PAGE 1 I wonderfully good and is healthy an happy," said Speaight. "The drawing room had be GIGANTIC ICE 5 ILFZATION POIKSS-SITS FOR PICTURES Officials of New Company those who will direct activities bf the new BordenJPro-ttocers' Milk company merger are: (upper, left to right) H. CROSBY, superintendent of the milk plant; J. A. HARRINGTON, district manager; (lower) E.

5. BAUBE, president and general manager; and L. TOWT, production manager BOX ASSURES IS BIB F. reach our plant Just a few hours after milking, where they are Immediately conveyed to the top floor. Here, after being tested for quality, the milk is weighed and emptied into a nickel plated receiving tank, and on through freshly sterilized pipes into the huge glass lined storage tanks.

The next step is filtering, after which the milk flows into the heater and glass lined pasteurizers. Here It remains at a temperature of 145 degrees for 30 minutes, and It is then chilled by means of tubular coolers, where a temperature of 40 Is maintained. Now comes the bottling by automatic fillers into carefully washed sterilized bottles. Lastly the bottles are carried by electric conveyors nto the refrigerated storage rooms, from where the trucks are loaded, ready for delivery to your homes In the early morning. Thus, step by step Borden's milk Is treated scientifically.

Under tho supervision of trained workers, in order that it will reach you in perfect condition. TRIPLETS MARRY DOCTORS LILLE, France. Miles. Helen, Marie and Zada Dennlguer were married here to three doctors whom they met while their brother was attending medical college. DIES OF FRIGHT NEW YORK.

"I'm afraid." said Mrs. Emma Fraser as she sat in a dentist's office. A few minutes later she' dropped dead. FOOD SINGS the introduction of powerful lights. The little princess' eyes must be very strong, for I have never taken so many pictures of a baby 'with.

I the eyes always open. Not once: did she whimper or close her eyes. She has a perfect disposition. I mat struck too by the quick way she seemed to 'take notice' for so1 young a child." THIEF A HERO PARIS. AfWr he had saved, a child's life at ibe risk of his Pierre Audradfo turned out to be man sought forctealing $25,000 in Marseilles.

-WSlIIMIIMUllffi M. II. CROSBY Milk l'lant Superintendent Exery bottle of Borden's milk is not onfy of the highest possible standard of quality, but, through our system of Hterilizatlon and care In all details of bottling. It Is protected from any danger of contamination. The cans are fresh, sweet milk LONDON.

Princess Margaret Rose la a perfect according to Richard Speaight, the court photographer, who took tho first pictures of the new princess and her mother, the Duchess of York. Tho baby was two months old at the time. "I have never photographed a better babyr She was Everything Used in Prepar-j ing Milk Products is Kept At Low Temperature By E. S. BABCE Preslflent and General Manager.

Imagine a gigantic lee with almost 20,000 cubic feet of storage apace! Such a cold storage plant TroVldes this capacity to properly refrigerate the enormous quantities of milk and Ice cream products handled by the Borden's Farm Product plant. Not only does this "Ice box" provide sufficient room for the products themselves, but it likewise accommodates the conveyor sys tems and adjacent necessary band- line SDace. Like Its email domestic brother this big ice box is divided into a number of smaller compartments. In each there is a variation of tern erature as required by the nature I i Vjys I tesscv- Mi i 'liiiihl product stored. KEPT BELOW The largest space is occupied by fee cream and.

because this comes to the refrigerating plant in only cmi-solld form, the temperature this section is kept at 15 degrees below zero. This low temperature In required for the final "freezing or hardening of the Ice cream to proper consistency necessary for general distribution througn to their customers. A In this big section of the plant Vare stored dally vast quantities of vanilla, chocolate and strawberry Ice creams, together hJ n7? u- 1m1 Lkuv with numereus other special Ila to. Another comnartment is util ized for storing many special molds and "the attractively decorated frozen puddings. These must be kept intensely cold for preservai G.

Paoletti Bros. much this means to the housewives to tlon of their artistic snapes. One room, where cooling is most i carefully regulated. Is particularly equipped to accommodate stored Quantities of fruits, flavorings and various Ingredients used In man-tfTacturlng Ice' cream. These are best preierved at moderately cool temperatures.

ICE FOR TRUCKS. Ice for supplying the cooling chambers of our big fleet of dellv-ery trucks while conveying milk and Ice cream, is atored In a separate room. In the milk and cream storage section is kept at proper low temperature above freezing of course to fully guard the purity of theie fresh products. Bottle milk Is kept here for the hours between the time of pasteurizing and bottling, and Its loading on delivery trucks early in the morning, and It reaches the fresh and lee cold. ,3 The refrigeration for this Ice box Is entirely provided a huge compressor system and ithe varying accurate temperatures 'required by the different departments of cold storage are regulated automatically.

Monument for Hugo Planned at Rouen ItOUEN A monument to Victor Hum is to be erected soon near Phone OLympic 1914 Builders of all kinds of Auto Bodies for commercial, as well as repairing and builders of the bodies used by this company. EXTEND THEIR BEST WISHES BORDEN'S Milk and Ice Cream Co. FOR SUCCESS 4529, SHATTUCK the uot where the greatest tragedy of his life was staged, between Villequier and Caudebeo en Caux, In Normandy. It will be close to the place where another monument will mark the spot where Costes nd Bellonte quit French oil on iir transatlantic flight. The poignant tragedy, which saddened Victor Hugo's life was the accidental drowning of Leo-poldine Hugo and her bridegroom, which occurred during their honeymoon.

It broke the poet's but inspired "Les Contemplations, considered by many his master- monument, will be constructed near the one-time summer home of Hugo, Nearby, Adele Hugo, wife: of the Leopoldlne and her husband are buried. Oakland Is to Be Congratulated upon the completion of ihc newly enlarged Milk Center and Ice Cream Plant of BORDEN'S FARM PRODUCTS We are indeed gratified to number this leading firm among our clients. A. HUDSON CO Envelope Specialist Fine Printing in All Its Branches Special Bank and Office Systems IV create artistic direct mail advertising. 84 1 Market Oakland Phone HI gate 1159 the mothers of the East Bay Fresh Grade A Milk backed by the quality reputation built by Borden's through almost three-quarters of a century of faithful public service.

Now available for your home for your children is this marvelous Borden quality and care in your daily milk supply a quality that is built from the beginning care that begins with the cows that produce the milk and that follows through every step of the way till it reaches you. The name "Borden's" on your milk bottle is your assurance of Quality the kind of milk that only selected herds in sanitary surroundings can produce. Freshness made possible by our speedy service from the farm to you. Richness because every bottle must conform to the Borden high standard. Safety skilled employees working with every mechanical device approved by dairy science keep unimpaired the quality, richness and freshness of Borden's Grade A Milk.

i Yet for all this wonderful care and protection you pay nothing of Borden's Fresh Grade A Milk is just what you always pay for any good quality milk. Assure yourself today of extra richness care by ordering Borden's Qrade A Milk BORDEN'S FARM PRODUCTS 2743 SAN PABLO AVE. Compliments Crescent Manufacturing Company 16 California Street SAN FRANCISCO With our hesl wishes for the continued success of BORDENS Success to the I Ttorden's fi FarmProducts DURING 1930 this progressive company used over one-half million gallons of the products of General Petroleum the quality of which we are so proud. We ish them continued success under their new name. J.

H. Fitzmaurice Concrete Contractor 354 Hobart St, General Petroleum Corp. of California 310 Sansome San Francisco GLencourt 1052 A A XX CX KXJ.

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