Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on November 23, 1934 · Page 12
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B OAKLAND TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1934 L ; - 1 SANTA READY TO GREET ALL CATS AWAY? Abatement District Workers Entertianed HAYWARD, Nov. 23 Seventeen trustees and fellow employees of the Mosquito Abatement District were entertained at a duck dinner by John A. Clark, mosquito abate ment district foreman, at the Grean Shutter Hotel last night M. J. Madison, vice-president of the board of trustees, L. P. Mapes and Ivan Best represented Hay-ward at the dinner. Present at the dinner were: Dr. N. L. Emerson, president; N. L. Madison, vice-president; Prof. C. G. Hyde, secretary; L. F. Sterner, Dr. H. J. Smith, Prof. W. Herms, Burnett Hamilton, county engineer; Harold F. Gray, engineer; J. A. Clark. H. A. Miles, Roland Bendel, J. A. Duffy, Ivan Best, L. P. Mapes. Walter Walker, M. J. Bernado and R. B. Van Etten. lliday 1000 C12 Broadway at lotn i; P ESTABLISHES 1171 Xahn's Department store has Introduced new feature In connection with its toy department on the 'fourth floor. The two Walt Disney characters, Mickey Mouse and Minnie Mouse, will be on hand tomor- - row to lead Santa' Claus to his throne. This special feature has been arranged for Saturday onlyi Included in the toy display are moving trains, walking and talking dolls and a whole array of toys ' and entertainment features. The modern trend among toy manufacturers is to provide playthings for the pre-school child that will train him or her in the way ef life, according to experts who have studied the problem. These doctors have found that a child with the proper playthings in the years before school age. can be trained so that school attendance becomes enjoyable, The Disney characters and Santa Claus Will be on hand to greet 'Oakland's, youngsters all day to. morrow. Final Rites Set For Oakley Man OAKLEY, Nov. 23. Requiem high mass will be held at St Anthony's Church here tomorrow morning for Joseph Sllva Orta, 45,. : who died Tuesday following a protracted illness. Rev. Henry O'Flynn, pastor will officiate and Interment-will follow in,Holy Cross Cemetery, Antioch. .. Born , In the Hawaiian Islands, Orta had lived In this State for 2$ - years and had made his home here for the past 20 years; He la survived jby a niece, Mrs. Mary Schaze, with whom he was residing at the time ef his death. - i Rite were arranged by Georg Chafer,1 and aRosary service will be held at the Shafer Chapel in . Brentwood tonight. . KaJmL BIG WEEK ESTABLISHES Broadway San Pablo 16th Telephone IK) lliday 1000 Sal e! s Then mice will play, even if Santa Claus d"oe give them permis- iion. Here i Santa greeting Mickey and Minnie Ivlause at Nairn toy department. The store i featuring its toy department and hai one of the largest in the Eastbay. Farm Home Center Plans Member Drive KNIGHTSEN, Nov. 23.-Teams representing the Knightsen Farm Center and the Farm Home Depart ment will put on a drive for members during the week of November 25-30, It is announced. The men's team, representing the center, is composed of 24 persons, while the home department has enlisted eight women for the campaign. Gift Sets for HER COTY face powder and toilet water set. $2.10 COTY toilet water, talc and bath soap, $2.75 COTY toilet water and dusting powder, $2.75 EVENING IN PARIS dusting powder and eau de cologne, $2.19 EVENING IN PARIS bath crystals and dusting powder, $2.19 EVENING IN PARIS talcum, powder and eau de cologne, $1.59 HUDNUTS eau de cologne and bath powder, $1.85 HUDNUTS GEMEY toilet water and face powder set, $2.75 QUELQUE FLEUR face powder and perfume set,, YARDLEY lavender bath soap, YARDLEY lavender talc, and soap, CUTEX zipper club kits, tan, black, red. $3.59 $1.25 salts and $1.50 bath sal's $2.95 Kahn's, Toiletries, First Floor "Wake up" Winter costumes with., .SMART TURBANS of NEWEST FABRICS Practically made to order for 'tween season fashion doldrums . ..when big fur collars are still in order, but Winter outfits fairly cry for something new! Wear crisp little cuf fed-turbans for holiday shopping. . .clever little veiled affairs for successful evenings ... special selections for matrons' smart a, - heads. . .all these and more among Fashionable it) W UU Fives I Kahn's for Millinery, Second Floor just as scientifically as the .1 overn ment does ! ' v, - "o I M I 3 ji:. h 'j j 0 n - . i ' i 1' , Excerpt from U.S. Government Folder VV-M-571 ' V for Emergency Motor Fuel - ferf y n ri 1 ISTTr Ci 7 1 I" rThis specification covers a grade of motor fuel JtsthefnestGasolmmWere ever Sold !j ''-;''.. ; 1 ' ment, and for other equipment under adverse ' ' - , 'lH ' COndit'0nSOfStartini aCCelerati" t T-x it . .. ...... , .. . - . j , -- i - i 7 you have thought all brands of gasoline are just alike .... If you've been baffled by exaggerated and conflicting claims .... If you have "ever wished you knew which gasoline to buy .... You now can benefit by what the . Government knows about gasoline. For the U. S. Government is an authority on gasoline. It buys millions of gallons for official vehicles. And the Government must know, Fev people are aware that their own Govern- . ment has set up specifications for gasoline. And before a gasoline can be accepted tor Emergency Uses (fire-engines, army ambulances and other important vehicles) it must qualify on more exacting, higher standards. That's definitely scientific buying. Just as definitely, "Fire-Chief" Gasoline is made to match and actually excel the Government requirements. At any Texaco service station or Texaco dealer's, you can buy gasoline just as scientifically as the Government itself. You can get Texaco "Fire-Chief" in all the 48 States. THE TEXAS COMPANY A CALIFORNIA CORPORATION Texaco Petroleum Product? LAUGH WITH ED WYNN EVERY TUESDAY, 6:30 P. M. N BC CO AST-TO-COAST k - r.. .; f'i,-

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