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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 9

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Oakland Tribunei
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1940 MARRIED SO YEARS ills Forum to Teachers Adopt SIMEON P. MEADS, -PIONEER OAKLAND; EDUCATOR, DIES Muhlenbroich May-Be Eligible to Ask Parole in 7 Years REDWOOD Cn Oct. 2. (U.R) war-iime toae i I 1 4 Democratic Scirit ALAMEDAN REPORTS WIFE AS MISSING ALAMEDA, Oct. 2.

Disappearance of his wife, Grace, 18, was reported by George Mendoza of 1718 Benton Street, Alameda, last night Mendoza told Desk Sergeant George Doran that his wife went Monday morning to see a friend in Oakland whose name and address were unknown to him. She then called him at 2:30 p.m. saying she was on her way back That was the last time he heard of her, Mendoza said. He described her as 4 feet inches tall, weighing 85 pounds; black hair, brown eyv; wearing Stressed in. Action Californians high In public and civil life today mourned the death of Simeon P.

Meads, 91, pioneer Oakland educator. who served as vice-principal of Oakland High School for many years. Meads, who taught in Oakland Open Tomorrow A discussion of "Should the United States Enter the War" by well-known observers of world affairs will open the Autumn program of the Mills College FoVum, at 8 p.m. tomorrow, in the. Chamber.

Music Hall on the college campus. The panel will include Raymond Lawrence, editorial writer for The Tribune; Albion Ross, San Francisco newspaperman, and Prof. David Rusk of the department of history and government, at Mills. The meeting will be open to the public without charge. Dr.

Glenn E. Hoover is chairman. By Berkeley Group If BERKELEY, Oct. A war Wilhelm. Jakob' Muhtenbroich, 40, kidnaper of 3-year-old Marc de Tristan will be sentenced to -life imprisonment Friday, but San Mateo County Authorities today expressed the belief that he would eligible to apply for parole after schools for 41 years, beginning his thfie ode" for Berkeley teachers teaching career when there were only 225 high school students in the in which "the democratic way of life stressed," wag today in effect lor entire city, died yesterday at his serving seven years.

Superior Judge Maxwell McNutt and District Attorney Gilbert Ferrell home, S457 Rhoda Avenue. 11 memben of the local school de pa rtment The "code" was prepared by i He had been in failing health for two years, but his last illness had a wine-colored skirt and Blue green blouse. interpreted the California kidnaping act as offering a possibility of parole when the victim is not harmed. confined him to his bed for less than a week. BORN IN MAINE Muhlenbroich, German barber, was jjommittee of 20 educators appointed fY Superintendent Virgil Dickson Vinder chairmanship of Arthur A.

Gray, teacher of history, Berkeley High School. Official commenda Meads was born January 11, Alexander, Judge William H. Waste and Ca.ro Roma. Meads left Oakland High in 1901 to become principal of Piedmont Later he served as principal of Cole Elementary School. He resigned from the school department in 1920.

Although teaching was his first interest. Meads long was known for his militant championship of He once ran for Governor on the Prohibition ticket Retirement 20 years ago did not end an active life for Meads, who added two books to the texts he had already authored. One, "In My Own Lot and Place," was his biography. It is filled with his memories of Oakland and as it was in "the old days" a city of 15,000 people, and of those responsible for its development. SERVICES TOMORROW, The other wotk was "Some Suggestions from Greek of the New Testament." Meads is survived by his widow, Mrs; Lillian Meads; two sons, Dr.

A. M. Meads andH. W. Meads; two daughters, Mrs.

Edwin Bothwell and Mrs. Myron Hager; nine grandchildren and -12 great-grandchildren. Services will be held at 2:30 p.m. tomorrow at the First Baptist Church, of which Meads was senior deacon-emeritus. Burial will be in Mountain View Cemetery.

1849, at South Lemington, and tion has been given by the Board eager to start his term in San Quen-tin, but the San Mateo Court was proceeding cautiously to avoid possible appeals. Yesterday he pleaded guilty, but Judgee McNutt refused to pass sentence imme graduated from Bowdoin College, of Education as copies of the "code' Me, in 1872. He came to Oakland went to all staff members in the be lovely! There's no trick to looking levely always, if you make a periodic visit to our shop. Our prices are low and you'll go away refreshed! SPECIAL LYPTOS OIL PERMANENT Berkeley public schools. Mr.

and Mrs. Edwin W. Rivers smiled broadly as the camera clicked during their golden wedding anniversary festivities. diately, citing a section of the law that provides that sentence shall be pronounced not less than two nor mare than five days from the time of The new "committee report on the war cites that "during the past year, National and International changes have taken place which in' 1878 after physicians in Maine, where he had been teaching, told him he had little chance of surviving a serious illness. A year after his arrival here, he was teaching at Golden Gate School, Soon afterwards, in 1879, he became vice-principal and instructor in physics and chemistry at the old Oakland High School, then located the, pleading.

necessitate a restatement of the prin ciples which should guide teachers Alameda Pistol .95 A beautiful wave with soft, tight curls, easy to handle. A wonderful $1 Sugar Whist dealing with the current situa tion." Following are the recommen dations of the committee: A sugar whist will be held by at 12th and Market Streets. Matches Sunday 1 That teachers use the utmost care to select only such current RESIGNED IN 1920 Amnnff th nunils uVin KtnHieri Oakland Couple Wed Half Century Mr. and Mrs. Edwin W.

Rivers of 1111 Filbert Street, residents of Oakland for 46 years, began their 51st year of married life ipday following a golden wedding anniver ALAMEDA. Oct. 2. Northern topics as are within the mental and Oakland Rebekah Lodge No. 16, I.O.O.F., at the Odd Fellows Building, 11th and Franklin Streets, tomorrow evening at 8:30 o'clock.

Mrs. Elizabeth Dickie and Mrs. Pansy Pingle will be in charge. WOOLEY'S DOLORES BEAUTY SHOP 311 Henshaw Bldg. 14th and Broadway Phone HI gate 893t FREE PARKING at Merchants Parking Assn.

Lot, 14th and Webster California sharpshooters will "have emotional comprehension of their pupils. Although it may be difficult in his classrooms were Jack London, Superior Judgefcincoln S. Church, Annie FJprencl Brown, Wallace it out" next Sunday at the annual pistol and revolver matches to be to determine what is fact and what is propaganda in National and Interna uunai aiiaixs, mc leutiicr anuuia use very effort to check for the accur sary celebration held last night at held by the Alameda Police Revolver Club in the Oakland, range, 98th Avenue- at Golf Links There will be five official matches with Captain F. G. Allen as chief range officer and four official scor acy of statements and should train their home.

The Rivers were wed October 1 pupils to look carefully into all re (E AS AMI IILIECT 1IC MATES ports to determine their factual 1890, at Elk Grove. Sacramento basis. 2 That we take positive and ers, western Revolver Association rules will govern the shoot. The County. Rivers, 74, is a native, erf San Pablo, the ton of a pioneer united stand in support of American No.

1 or Honor Eoll match will be Contra Costa County rancher. Hisfl democracy and the National pro fired promptly at-9 a.m. with .38 wife, Ida, 75, was born in Illinois. Rivers served as a conductor en gram as adopted by our Govern caliber weapons in 12 followed by the McCue match Camp Southern Pacific mainline trains for Perry police course for teams and more than 2T-years. I He is member of Oakland Lodge individuals, also .38 calibers.

ment 3 That we give positive and dynamic instruction in the procedures nd benefits of the democratic way of life as outlined by the Constitution of the United States. Next will be the Allen Na of Elks and Livermore Lodge ef tional match course of .38 caliber Masons. The couple have' one dauahter. fired at 25 yards at slow fire, 7 minutes for 10 shots. Match No.

4 Mrs. Florence Haller, who lives at the Filbert Street- address, and a Housekeeping grandson, Edwin R. Berrien. will be the same with .22 caliber arms "last "wiH-be "Cap-and-Ball" match of guns a cerltury or so old, with 12 shots to be fired at 25 Dressmakers Rooms rented when ads were used. 641 32nd Street; cozy, large room, kitchenette, $17.

Eight want ad readers called. Seven are still looking. yards. Several scores of awards will be, made high scores, according to Captain John W. Strohm.

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