Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on March 26, 1942 · Page 23
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Oakland, California
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Thursday, March 26, 1942
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D 23 FIRE DESTROYS TRUCK AS ARMY GUARDS PATROL WRECK SCENE Making the Rounds With "Kip" OAKLAND TRIBUNE. THURSDAY, MARCH 26, 1942 Board Honors Veteran Teacher Meeting Adjourned As Testimonial to Morris C. James BERKELEY, March 26. Tribute to Morris C. James, 74, veteran member of the Berkeley school department, was paid lat night by the Board of Education, which adjourned with a minute of silence in memory of the former teacher, principal and superintendent who had served for 47 years. In a testimonial presented by Dr. Louise Hector, president of the board, James, who died on Tuesday from a heart ailment, was eulo gized as "a counselor and adviser to pupils, teachers, board members and parents through all the 47 years." He has seen Berkeley grow from a small town to its present size," the board's testimonial read further. "He probably has known more par- ents and teachers and children than anyone else who has been connected with the Berkeley schools. Mr. James has been a scholar and a student of educational problems and has always been interested in the lives of his pupils and the people with whom he worked. This kindly interest has endeared him to the hearts of thousands who will be saddened by news of his death." Affectionately known as "Jimmic" James, the veteran school official. who held a position of deputy super mtendent, emeritus, at the time of his death, taught in Berkeley's first frame high school building on Cen ter Street and later was principal of the now demolished first brick structure on the present campus. This afternoon classes were dismissed an hour earlier in all Berkeley schools so that teachers and other associates might gather at Whittier-University Elementary School for a memorial service. In keeping with wishes of James, funeral rites were private and flowers were omitted. James is survived by a widow. Mrs. Juliet James, whom he married while principal of Berkeley High as a result of a romance starting when the former was an elementary school principal. Also surviving arc a sister, Mrs. Rufus Parrish, and a brother, Harry James, both of Kentucky, where the veteran educator j was born. liirRS J" EfltgV 131 President No Draff Dodger; to Sign Up With Board No. 9 WASHINGTON, March 26. (JP) Franklin Delano Koosevelt has a date with the Capital's Draft Board No. 9, White House officials dis closed today. Purpose: Registration for selective service. As Commander-in-Chief of the armed forces, the 60-year-old President is not obliged to sign up with the 45-to-65 age group on April 27, but he said he intended to do so anyway and his local board lost no time in offering to register him at the White House. Presidential aides said that the President planned tc accept and have the regular board register him instead of selective service bigwigs, although details remained to be worked out. The board the city's largest In point of registrants said in a letter that "the example thus set will be of tremendous value in uplifting the morale of the American people, so vitally necessary to the winning of the war. ft s. - - FOX Telephone Richmond B84 Continuous from 12:00 noon Humphrey BOGART and Conrad VEIDT "ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT" Jimmy Durante in you're in the Army Now PPJSMn 23rd st- at "neem RI-5R00 VMllAllV Richmond's Newest Theater Charles Boyftr-HOLD BACK THE DAWN HOT KPOT-Victor Mature-Carole Lflnclis LADIES! BLUR RIBBON OVKNWARK! CTATF Telephone Richmond 2331 ' " 1 " Cont. from 6 p.m. to 5 a.m. Claudette COLBERT and Ray MILLAND in "8 K Y LA R K ' I also Charlie MrCARTHY and Edgar BERGEN "LOOK WHO'S LAUGHING Read Raymond Lawrence's Propaganda, and Politics in The Tribuna The truck that caused the derailment and freight car pile-up near Manteca burst Into flames and burned (lower). The driver, though cut and bruised, was able to extricate himself. Sentries guarded the tracks (upper), as investigators searched through the wreckage for transients who might have been killed. Tribune photos. AXIS ATROCITIES IN GREECE BARED BY SECRET REPORTS By HELEN KIRKPATR1CK Special Radio to The Tribune and the Chicago Daily News fUDTTYM Foothill Blvd. & Seminary "'"LOOK WHO'S LAUGHING CHIMES Charlie MCCARTHY and Edgar BERGEN NEW YORK TOWN with Fred MaiMiirray Coliese at Shatter -" T K X A S ' ' WILLIAM HOLD EN-GLENN FORD CLAIRE TREVOR, once only at B:3l v.m. "TWO LATINS (ROM MANHATTAN" Joan Davis, starts at 7:00 and 10:00 p.m. Fruitvale Ave. & Hopkins BABES ON BROADWAY MICKEY ROONHY and JUDY GARLAND "LADIES IN RFTIREMI'.NT"-Ida Lupino DIMOND FAIRFAX Foothill Blvd. & Fairfax C'ORSICAN BROTHERS Douglas Fairbanks Jr. A Akim Tamiroff will be shown once nnl.v .-it 9:05 nYlork ' L Y I) I A " with MERLE OBERON ALAN MARSHAL, slarts at 7:00 & 11:00 PARKWAY ' ' "W. ( 1 ! J I 1. Richard Greene-FOUR MEN & A PRAYER "LANCER SPY" with Dolores Del IMo Pltrk Blvd. r-,-19th LORETTA YOUftfl GRANADA East 14th & 80th Ave. WALTER PIDGEON ACADEMY AWARD WINNER -"HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" -also LYNN BAR1 in "WE GO FAST" PALACE RIVOLI 23rd Ave. and East 15th "MALTESE FAI.rnW" Humphrey BOGART and Mary ASTOR NEW YORK TOWN wilh Fred MacMurray San Pahlo near University ACADEMY Award WINVFIli "irotV GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" Waller PIDGEON and Maureen O'HARA also LYNN BARI in "WE GO FAST" "EAR EAST COMMAND"-Marrh of TJme FRUITVALE E Hth St. & 37th Ave FREDRIC MARCH Martha Scott-"ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN" "GLAMOUR ROY" wilh Jackie Cooper GATEWAY San Pablo & Stanford Charlie MCCARTHY Edgar Bergen-LOOK WHO'S LAUGHING NEW YORK TOWN with Fred MacMurraj- New Recipes, Household Hints by Martha Lee Dally in The Tribune LORIN DEL MAR Adeline at Alra1rn7 LOOK Wlfrvu I ,ttc.iiiv,. "i,vlC,,ARTHY md Eduar BERGEN -1 -L -5. w,th ''"eWe COLBERT SAN LEANDKO E, Hth Us Euclld-Tn.fin imr, ruur in ucAVKN-rredrlc March Martha Scott, once only nt 8:50 o'clock also "GLAMOUR BOY" with Jackie Cooper, starts at 7:00 and 10-40 HAYWARD 5 7 7 Castro r.rfr Z Jr rosalindruskell Walter Pldgcon)E8IGN FOR SCANDAL NIGHT OF JANUARY ld-Robt Preston ALBANY Solano at San Pablo "NEW YORK TOWN1 Fred MacMURRAY and Mary MARTIN "iuiE and shine with Jack Oakie CERRITO San Pablo at Fairmount "ROARING TWENTIES James CAGNEY and Humphrey BOGART bisk and shine" with Jack Oakie ORINDA Tunnel Highway at nrlnda-Mnrjjon .TnnHinn Bins; Crosby In "BIRTH OF THE BLUES" MEN IN HER LIFE"-Loretta Young L.AKUK FREE PARKING AREA- East 12th Street at 7th Avenue TIME OUT FOR RHYTHM -Rudy VALLEE and Rosemary LANE "FORCED LANDING" with Richard Arlen Free Ladies! BLUE RIBBON OVENWARE RITZ FOTHTT T Phone FR ultvale 4100 fM'yltXlt'lj FRED MacMURRAY Irene Dunne-INVITATION to HAPPINESS BROADWAY LIMITED-Victor McLaglen OVENWARE OR CHINAWARE FREE Doors Open 6:45 Weekdays! 5:4,1 Saturdays HOPKINS Sfw'wmE0- ILONA MASSEY and ALAN CURTIS also I Was a Prisoner on Devils Island FREE! QUEEX MARY DINNER WARE! LAUREL Telephone GL en court 8200 Academy Award Winner! "HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" Walter PIDGEON and Maureen O'HARA also LYNN BARI in "WE GO FAST" FASTMONT Phone TRintdid 7021 UnailUWH HUMPHREY BOGART "KING OF THE UNDERWORLD" also Laurel Hardy in "GREAT GUNS" TWtaoaks 2300 Doors onen ft: 30 GARY COOPER-BARBARA STANWYCK in "BALL OF FIRE", 8:45, 10:30 p.m.; also FREDRIC MARCH-MARTHA SCOTT in ONE FOOT IN HEAVEN-8:30-Come Early GRAND LAKE P-I-E-D-M-O-N-T EVEB8 4186 Piedmont Ave., Phone Piedmont 2727 ' 'WE GO FAST' ' Lynn Bari and Alan Curtis- LONDON, March 26. Repressions and torture by German, Italian and Bulgarian occupational troops has served to intensify Greek resistance, according to details received here throuRh secret channels. Copies of "The Voice of the Slaves," a secret newspaper published and circulated in Athens under Axis noses, have arrived in London. It appears that the Bulgarians have made every effort to mollify the Serbs in Yugoslav Macedonia. In Thrace, however, Greeks are known to be 'oppressed by the occupiers and subjected to merciless expulsions on the pattern of the Poles and Jews uprooted by the Germans from their Polish homes. A priest named Papabasileios Michael, of Komara village in the Dcbrus zone, was arrested in October and taken to Pentaophos, where he was forced to clown for two days at a party held by Bulgarian officers. He was dressed as a soldier and made to drill, then was beaten. WHen the officers tired of that, they pulled off the priest's finger and toe nails, burned his beard and finally cut off his fingers. The priest was tortured because the Germans had been unable to find and arrest the village schoolmaster, Psaltopoulos, who had urged all the children to attend school regularly arid so keep alive the spirit of Greece. German officers are equipped with radio sets at the expense of the Quislingite Athens Government. In Piraeus (Port of Athens), brothel of Greek women for German soldiers has been established by the municipal authorities under Nazi compulsion, it is claimed. RusiDENCE r Hindered Italian officers entered the resi donee of a priest of the Church of St. Constantino in Athens. They plundered the house and then wounded the priest's brother-in-law when he tried to bar them from his sister's room. In Corfu, Greek "non-co-operation" stymied the efforts of two Italian generals, Parini and Gelozo, who had prepared a speech intended to assure the islanders, that Corfu was and would remain Italian. They asked the prefect to translate their remarks into Greek, but he refused and was dismissed. He has not been seen snce. Copyriiht. 11)43, tor The Tribune and Chlcaso Daily News Repaired 'Two Latins from Manhattan "-Joan Davis San Pablo Ave. nr. 35th DISH NIGHT James Stewart-"NAVY BLUE ft GOLD" "Sweetheart of the Campus-Ruby Keeler EL REY RT fl T TO Telephone HI gate 8800 '""a W John Wavne-On Mnnna "LADY FROM LOUISIANA" 'FLYING BLIND" with Richard ARLEN SENATOR .XWaP?0 TflWFB Telegraph Ave. at Claremont klljimiUil GABY COOPER In lUlYtll 2 Shos-S:15 & 9 p.m. A Laugh Rlot-"BALL OF FIRE" "THEY DRIVE BY NIGHT"-Ida Lupino with BARBARA STANWYCK; Plus Geo. Baft-Ann Sheridan-Hamphrey Boiart GLAMOUR BOY-Jackie Cooper-Susanna also "PENNY SERENADE"-Cary Grant Foater; Latest World Wide News ft Sports Irene Dunne (NEW LOW PRICES) mjpiuiiu mm ii. u Ji n lj lfVJ-W I J mu i J w VOGUE Z!l5"soNAoFhFijRY" ALAMEDA- LAItellut,'MUi GENE TIERNEY and TYRONE POWER HUMPHREY BOQAHT BLUE, WHITE ft PERFECT-Lloyd Nolan ALL THROUGH THE NIGHT" NEPTUNE "SIBMARINriS6" J,m' Darnt' to'Ton'ra In the Army Now PAT O'BRIEN and GEORGE BRENT LADIES' POTTERY NIGHT HEART OF THE NORTH with Dick Foran MATINEE PA ELY AT 1:M P.M. ET". :": ' ""'1':. J J jiimiiY id?!1:! jM;'"""' ?fl FOY UC Tcrrific!-Star-StuddedpaTIFnT?rJTa Open 12:45 p.m. iWA U.Vrf. "MALTESE FALCON" WVL1T ift continuous Daily BOGART-Academy Winner Mary ASTOR Gary COOPER and Barbara STANWVCK New York Town-M. Martin-F. MacMurray -"BALL OF FIRE" Donald Puck Cartoon-Latest News Flashes Jackie COOPER In "GLAMOUR BOY" OAirc 8ol.no at The Alameda W WALT PIgNEY-PONALP PUCK Walter Pidseon-Maureen O'Hara Z ; "HOW GREEN WAS MY VALLEY" 4-Sf(-TP f" AMPTT3 ta0"1" 8300 Kay Harris In "TILLIE THE TOILER" 7 VXA'XX UkJ 0ptn 6.45 . James STEWART-Margaret HULLAVAN RPT?Tif"PT PVShattuck-Haste. ytS-4300 "SHOP AROUND THE CORNER" DLlLIIILiLiIJ I i Eastbay Showlnsr! Melvyn DOUGLAS and Merle OBERON Fightira Anzacs "40 Thousand Horsemen" "THAT UNCERTAIN FEELING" Also "Ellery Queen and Murder Ring" . JOIN THE TRIBUNE'S UNITED ARTISTS CoPaT STAMP CLUB ITS FUN Wallace Beery In THE BUGLE ROUNDS 11 MR. MBS. NORTH with Gratia Allen VACUUM CLEANERS All Mnkea LARGEST SHOP IN OAKLAND PROMPT SERVICE PAUL MORRISON 278 12th Street TWinoaks 0700 "THE WASHING MACHINE MAN" 12,000 Mill Workers Idle in Strike FALL RIVER, Mass., March 26. W) Four cloth manufacturing mills were closed today and approximately 12,000 of Fall River's 17,000 textile operatives were idle as a walkout of loom fixers and other key workers, went, into jtsTthird day. General Charles H. Cole, chairman of the State Board of Conciliation and Arbitration, called a con ference between representatives of the American Federation of Textile Operatives, an independent union with which the loom fixers and others are affiliated, and the Textile Workers of America fC.I.O.). A ruling by the National Labor Relations Board rejecting the A.F.T.O.'s petition- to organize the mills on a craft rather than an industrial basis precipitated the walkout. ' Navy to Enlist Island Filipinos Filipinos have a new opportunity to help the Navy in the fight to save the Philippines. The Bureau of Navigation has issued a ruling which provides that Filipinos who are citizens of the Philippine Islands may so enlist, Previously, only Filipinos who were citizens of this Nation could enlist in the messman branch. Men between 17 and 50 are eligi ble to enlist if they can meet physical requirements. The begin ning pay will be $21, $36 or $64 t month, depending upon previous ex penence and ability. Base pay is increased 20 per cent for sea duty. Information may be obtained at any Navy recruiting station. Teacher Whipping Trial Turns Court Info School Room LAFXyETTE, Ind., March 26. (U.R) It was the children's hour for fifth graders in the Tippecanoe County courtroom. William Arthur Burroughs, 10, sat with legs dangling a few inches above the floor and testified in the trial of Mr. and Mrs". Arthur Leslie, charged with whipping Miss Constance Davis, 30, fifth grade teacher, in front of her class at Langlois school. "Now William, you know what it means to take an oath?" asked Special Prosecutor Dan P. Flanagan. "Just call me Bill," said William Arthur. "Do you remember, Bill, anything unusual that took place at school Friday, February 27?" "Yeah. Miss Davis got beat up that day." Bill looked at pretty Miss Davis. The State charged that Leslie stood watch at the schoolroom door while Mrs. Leslie strapped (he teacher. Defense Attorney Francis Murphy asked Bill if Mrs. Leslie was in a highly emotional state. "Huh?" asked Bill. "I mean was she incensed?" "Naw, she was just mad." Other children told the same story. Compulsory Joint Returns Protested f1 Defense Workers Attention! For Your Convenience Shop Evenings Until 9:30 Everything in Furniture and Appliances Low Rent No Display Windows Saves You Money at Our Show Rooms Following As Low As Breakfast Set . . . $17.50 Stoves $35.00 Bedroom Set $39.50 Divans ......... $29.50 A larjre selection of living room, dining room furniture In all "woods" and "covers." A Gift Will Be Given With Each Purchase Ask Our "Salesman" Easy Parking ni far rmx (If You Have Not Established Credit You Can Open An Account With Us Open Evenings Easy Terms Jri 1 (rate tiza Vy 2400 Grove, Oakland 2401 Telegraph) WASHINGTON, March 26. UP) Charles E. Dunbar Jr., New Orleans, told the House Ways and Means Committee today that mandatory joint individual income tax returns by husband and wife would nullify community property laws of eight States. Dunbar, representing the Louis iana Community Property Taxpay ers- Assoeiation,- said -that -require ment, advocated by" Secretary of the Treasury Morgenthau. would force husbands in those States to include in their own returns property and income which under State few actually belongs to their wives. "The proposed legislation," he as serted, "is not only grossly discriminatory and unfair to the community property States, but it violates the Constitution of "the United States." The States involved are Louisiana, Washington, Texas, California, New Mexico, Arizona, Idaho and Nevada. SOCIAL WELFARE COURSE ANNOUNCED BERKELEY, March 26. A course in social welfare for volunteer defense workers will open Tuesday night on the Berkeley campus of the University of California under the joint auspices of the social welfare department at the Extension Division. Enrollment in the course will be lamited to persons accepted as vol unteers in welfare work by defense councils who have a high school education or the equivalent. The class will be supervised by Dr. Harry M. Cassidy, chairman of the department of social welfare, and will feature lectures by experts from the faculty and outside organizations. New Course in Nutrition Offered BERKELEY, March 26. A new course in home economics, "Nutrition for the Layman," will be opened by the University of California Extension Division at 2 p.m. Wednesday at the Oakland Center, 1730 Franklin Street. The class will be conducted by Beatrice Carpenter, Bay area nutritionist, and also will be given at the San tFrancisco Center, 540 Powell Street, at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. Tuesday. Public speaking courses sched uled' to he. given irv ''"..FrarjcisCO ar& '-'5pcAing"fb"r- RaHio,1' Thursday, 8:30 p.m.; "Practical Speech Making," Thursday and Monday, 7 p.m. and Thursday, 2 p.m., and "Improving the Speaking Voice," Monday, 8:30 p.m. County's April Quota For Tires Announced Alameda County's April quota for new tires, retreads and tubes was announced today by Harry Camp, regional director of the Office of Price Administration. The county has been alloted a total of 567 new passenger car tires, 825 retreads and 696 tubes. The truck and bus quota calls for 1038 new tires, 935 retreads and 986 tubes. ,- AIWKRTISKMK1VT Warns Constipated Folks About Lazy Liver Many doctors my constipation with 1U headaches, mental dullness, that half alive feeling often result If liver bUa doesn't flow freely every day Into jour Intestines eo take Or. Zdwards' Olive Tablets to Insure gentle yet thorough. bowel movement. Olive Tablets are limply wonderful to ettr up liver bile secretion and tone up muscular Intestinal action U4, 304, 60- All drug stores. To relieve Misery of ; 666 COLDS LIQUID TABLETS ' SALVE NOSE DROPS COUGB DROP lTrr"nb-M7-TIa"-aWB4r(llLlBlmea Wallace's 2101 Club FLOOR SHOW Featuring Nightly ADELLE Radio Song Star. BELLA The "Carmen Miranda" of Stale and Radio. CLIFF At the Hammond Organ. DELL PERRY, Piano Artist. PAUL Irish Tenor. 2101 Hopkins St. Dimond Last Thursday night the aura of the Philippines settled over Dugan's well-known dinner club in Emeryville. And what was to have been a quiet birthday party for Mrs. Ann MacArthur turned into something like a patriotic rally. One of the uniformed diners discovered the lady was a cousin of General MacArthur and the place exploded. Bosses Frank Ciraolo and Joe Puke turned over everything but the fixtures to the party. Salute to a fighting man from men who will fight when they are called. Abject apologies to hopeful dancers who trekked to the Lake Merritt Hotel last Friday night- just one week to.o soon. Budd Mae Donald and his orchestra start to morrow night for the first of a series of dances that should equal in popularity the regular Saturday night events. Lovely Linda Stewart will sing and look for a surprise event. It's an ill wind that blows no one good and these long evenings give you a better chance to try a Bill Lyons before dinner special in the Hotel Claremont Terrace Lounge. A Lyons appetizer and the city's best view theres a combination. Joe Delano's popular spot in Hay ward headlines the holdover of Songster Helen Mack. And intro duces Margo, dance star. Joe's place has just been remodeled. It rates a call. Wallace's 2101 Club features an act that will hit a lot of old radio fans right between the eyes. Re member Dell Perry, pianist, with Al Pierce's Happy Go Lucky Hour, She's a real radio pioneer. And good. If you're stepping across the bridge, don't miss Finocchio's cur rent revue. That's the spot in San Francisco, and probably the first place they d ask you about in any town from New York to Los Angeles. The Half Moon Cafe has a real musical triple-threat man young Al Lunardi. He plays the Sax three ways alto, tenor an'lljaritone. And sings a song with a title that sounds like "Viene Su." Sort of "Come up and see me sometime" with a Latin accent. Al is part of Bud Smith's band a neat dance music aggregation. If you're out Cypress Street way this week-end, give them a hear. Craby Joe's Musical Cowboys- plus a very pretty girl offer a lot of surprises. Remember the X Bai" X Boys on your radio. That was or ganized by Cactus and Dusty. Happy, Andy, Windy and Bud were with N.B.C.'s Happy Gondoliers. They make a lot of fun in the Big Barn. Know husky, good natured Johnny von Meir or big Mike Pab- lino? You should. They help Jack Snow and brother Tommy build up the spot to stop at Casa Orinda at Orinda Crossroads. That's a tip next time you're out Tunnel Road. Billy Knox' Century Club lets you call your shots, in a musical way. If opera's your dish, there's Mane George. For them as likes it hot, there's Gladys Hastings. Kay Sherry takes care of the organ. Or you can tune in on the Theatre Club and get a double bill. Nice, eh? DON and ANN 2820 Mountain Blvd. We've Just put In one of those circular t IreplftcrsA customer needs rest And comfort after toarhiK at one of our steaks. DON CORN FED STEAKS Fun pound brlni your own stales DISJOINTED CHICKEN We tot 'em this far apart. You can do tha rait. Dinners $1.25-$1.50 Liquor old enough to walk alone. Too good to have toon the way to Joaquin MIIIrJPr. Roberta, member of the comedy team oi Gene Gory and Roberta poses here as the girl on the pedestal. She Is at the Eona Club, In El Cerrito. , El Cerrito's Club Kona continues to star Gene Gory and Roberta, the cleverest bit of comedy a rounder ,. would want to catch. Don't miss this one. It tops off one of the Bay dis-" trict's best shows. 'Army Day' Luncheon Set for April 6 Army and Navy officers, war veterans and City and County official; will gather here on Monday, April 8, for an "Army Day" luncheon at the Athens Club. The event will be held under the; auspices of the American Legion Service Club, the Oakland Chamber of Commerce and the Junior Chamber of Commerce. N Robert F. Gamer Jr., State commander of the Legion, will be the principal speaker. Alfred J. Lund- ; berg, Oakland Chamber, president, will be chairman of the day. Ernest Louvau heads an arrange ments committee. ICl.UB The East Bay's Smartest Night Club. WINTER REVUE tAt Featuring tT GENE GORY, and ROBERTA Comedy at Its Best DORIS ALLYN Song Stylist MARY LANDA "Stvecfieart of the Palmi THE RAYBURN GIRLS "6 De-lightjul De-Lovely'i from Hollywood" r " MUSIC BY JOHNNY STRANGIO and His FOUR KONIANS 'Dinner De Luxe $1.75 Specializing In Banquets and weddingrarties Fhone LAndscape 5-6971 303 San Pablo Ave EL CERRITO BILLY KNOX Greets You! CENTURY CLUB 125 East 12th Street ' It'g Terrific!! A Great Show!! THEATRE CLUB 31st Ave. Cr East Hth St. Featuring Johnny David 3 p.m. to S p.m. The Latest Sound Movie FREE 1 11 sails is I JL UJll o o Putting off "Fun" Dance in the beautiful Venetian Terrace FRIDAY NIGHTS to the music of Iluilil MacDonald and His Orchestra featuring lovely Linda Stewart $1.10 PER COUPLE 9 o I LAKE MERRITT HOTEL SATURDAY INICIIT DANCING "AS USUAL Make your reservations early for both nights. , SEA FOOD OAKLAND SUA FOOD GROTTO Fisherman's Wharf. Foot of ikvokHn J Fhone JWInoaks 2 seafood lu;:c::es oa::::Er.s Tha Flnit Crab Laul and Clam Chowdar and All Kinds of Su Fond " .i Plentj al Frea Parking Snaa, Fresh Naw Orlfn. Eastnrn anil Olvmvia, 0 : U"T Varlatr far Lsnt. Sea Food to enjor 1 r : M kara alia (aks hama -

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