Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 25, 1941 · Page 16
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 16

Oakland, California
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Friday, April 25, 1941
Page 16
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OAKLAND TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, APRIL 25, 1941 Low-Rent Home MEETS DEATH 16 f""t fc T 'V'VOj H. C. C A P W E LL'S Plan Deferred Council Tokes Steps On Lockwood Garden.. - Housing Protests Responding to the protests of Hirciieourt district residents against the proposed Lockwood Gardens low-rental housing project on East Fourteenth Street, between Mth and 66th Avenues, the Oakland City Council last night ordered City Attorney T. Bert Fernhoff to ' Investigate the possibility of the council' -.vacating-its co-operative agreement with the Housing Au thority entered Into in December, 1939. Councilman Walter F. Jacobsen, who will seek to retain his post in a run-off election against Fred N, Morcom on May 8, introduced the resolution. He said something should be done In view of the dis satisfaction caused in the district where the Housing Authority proposes to erect the project. OPPOSED TO SITE Both the council and the City Indicated their opposition to the se-Flanning Commission previously lection of the site which is vacant and near which there are few substandard dwellings. In creating the Housing Authority the council agreed to exempt from the tax rolls any site chosen for low-rental housing projects and to co-operate in the demolition of sub-standard dwelling units equal In number to those provided in the ' projects. . ' " """ Further hearing ,n. the propose sewering Of portions Of Moraga ' Avenue and Bruhs Drive was post ',poned lor two weeks, after, several , residents protested agamst' unner-j taking the Job. City Engineer waiter N. Frickstad estimated the cost at 9000. Residents who petitioned for the sewer asserted that there arc faulty septic tanks in the - region which . constitute a health ., 5 menace. . , .. 1 ... . - IMPROVEMENT WORK The council directed Frickstad to : prepare ' proceedings for the im- provement of Georgia Street from ;Midvale Avenue northwesterly. Permission was granted to the , Ransome Company to construct a .sanitary sewer in portions of 39th 'Avenue and Mountain, Boulevard. ' To give recognition to persons ' who have become United States citizens during the past year or who have attained the voting age ' of 21, the Mayor's Citizenship Committee requested the council for ' an appropriation Of $200. The money would be Bpcnt for patriotic activities starting on May 18, designated as "I Am American Day," Recording to the committee chairman, Edward H. Moore. Action upon the request was deferred until a later meeting. City Manager John F. Hassler was authorized to enter into a-can-' ; tract with the Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Alameda County for jtha removal of injured animals from city streets between S p.m. and 8 a.m. ) i" ' - J I 4 - C i mi iiii lM .. in.. - '-'-i The Rev. George M. Jacob- en, Oakland pastor, who was crushed to death by a log yesterday. Tribune photo. OAKLAND MINISTER,. CRUSHED BY LOG, DIES OF INJURIES - S.F. Newspaperman Heart Attack Victim ' Jtmes Patrick - Casey, 48, San Francisco newspaperman, was found dead today at his home near Snu-salitn, apparently the victim of a heart attack, according to Deputy Coroner Frank Keaton, of Marin County. Casey was pronounced dead by Dr. C. F. Larson, who was called to the home. A widow, Mrs. Elsa Casey, survives. U.S. Attorney Named WASHINGTON,? April 25. OT President Roosevelt Dominated William Fleet Palmer of California today to be U.S. attorney for the Southern California district. The Rev. George M. iaeobsen, 31, of 2418 Thirty-eighth Avenuepastor of Pilgrim" Lutheran Church ' and member of a family of Bay region ministers, died last night at the Ale- j meda County Hosnllal from lnluriesil received when a heavy log which . he was sawing crushed him against a tree. Jacobsen was sawing a log for 1 1 firewood in a creek bed near Allen- dnle Avenue and Hieh Street when a' section of the heavy "eucalyptus log began roiling nd pinned him against a tree stump. Herman Boehme, of 2000 Viola Street, who was working nearby, witnessed the accident and sum moned "an ambulance. Jacobsen died a short time later with, a close friend, the Rev. Frank A. Haedicke, pastor of Redeemers Lutnerani Church, at his bedside. The Rev. Jacobsen attended Con cordia College Tn Oakland and Con cordia College at St. Louis, Mo., and held a pastorate in Los Angeles for three years before coming to Oak- and in 1937. Surviving are a widow, Mrs. Helena Jacobsen, his father, the Rev George C. Jacobsen, pastor of Trinity Lutheran Church, Stockton, and two brothers, the Hew ran Jacobsen. assistant pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran Church, San Fran cisco, and the Rev. John Jacobsen, nastor of a San Anseim cnurcn. Funeral services Will be held at Stockton. - S.F. Churchman to Confirm Class PLEASANTON, April 25. With the Most Reverend Thomas A. Con nolly. D.D. auxiliary bishop of San Francisco, officiating the sacrament of confirmation will be conferred upon a largo class of children and adults at St. Augustine's Church at j 2 o'clock tomorrow afternoon. Rev. Thomas F. Byrne, pastor of the church, announces that the full choir of the Dominican Sisters of I Mission San Jose will sing during the ceremony. fl. CCA P WE LI'S Broadwsr si soth Sh. :45 to B:J TI-1-1-1-1 qS7). - buys you a crisp, casual tropical straw IN CAPWELL'S 'HAT BOX' 5 COLORS We're mighty impressed wilh the importance of our gar young Jungle Straw casual hats, and you will be, too! 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