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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 7

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-V Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, July .01946 Flying Admiral Inspects Base Well-Wishers Honor Farina EMERYVILLE. July 10. More than 200 Metropolitan Oakland well- i r-- Rear Admiral Edward Twen, wishers of newly-appointed Police son; Piedmont Police Chief William Pflaum. Albany Police Chief Stanley Williams; Tax Collector Clem Greeno; City Engineer George Oliver; Fire Chief Edward Schlea-son; Treasurer James McVey: Mayor Chief Frank Farina gathered at an 49, chief of the Navya post-war Air Reserve Training; 'Command, wfll Oakland 'restaurant at noon yes terday. ,4 5V With Judge Joseph Kennedy acting Al Lacoste; Fire Inspector Bert Rose arrive at Urermore Naval Air Station tomoiTOw to Inspect area facilities and to outline the Naval as toastmaster and retired Oakland Police Inspector; Eugene Murphy as master of ceremonies Farina was Air Reserve program.

Aeeamnanied br Brir. Gen. Chris presented with ia wrist watch en ex-chief Louis Mann; all of Emeryville; James Quinn of Oakland, and members of the County Board of Supervisors and the Emeryville City Council. Dean Agnew acted as chairman of the committee which arranged the luncheon. graved "Chief Frank Farina: From the -Gang." Among the many guests were: tian Schilt, commanding general of the.

Marine Air Reserve Training; Command, and a staff of 20 officers, the admiral is expected to land at the station in the morning-He will inspect in the efternoon Alameda County Sheriff Jack Glea- I' 4v ADYEftTlSEMENT ADTEXT18EMSNT and tomorrow night will speak to re S' '1 serves of the area at 7 pjn. In the auditorium ef the Oakland Naval Air SUtion at Oakland Airport At that time he will receive the Noel Davis trophy, presented in pre-war years to outstanding reserve etia tion units, to hold for the next scheduled presentation in 1947. It last was wen by. the VS Squadron r7V 15R at Oakland 1940. Admiral; Iwen will speak again before the San Francisco Press Club Friday night and Saturday morning at li will make tne rormsi presentation of St Mary's Pre-riight colors to SL Mary's One of the Navy's youngest flying TxcSk: Foxiaa Crlcit Aewly eppoinbd 'police ehieL theses a fexflTe plat with Shexiif IL P.

dcV Glea-joa crt a bemquet eelebrcrSag llU appointment. iJ admirals, Ewen commanded the fast carrier Independence in the closing v1 chases of the war and with that amp developed "round the clocjt wows aeainst Janan. The Naval Air Reserve Training BOOMLESS BOMB The tHores of Laki Mejrritt wer Marched tdisuccMsfidly by Oakland. Boy Scoots ywrtr day in tm effort to find i fh gua'tued fa to khoofing police Inapt dor )oba Ronniton. Under direction; of PoNil Jones, fhis group looked ihrougi the reeds near the duck pond.

Command, which he now commands, supervises 23 air bases around the Nation, where 30.000 of the Navy's former airmen carry on part-time aw DISAPPOINTS SHIP'S CREW Cor Day refresher training. EMPLOYERS ASK Gastner General Building Slated "Lord Reglnal Battersby, III. atnlght of the Garter. Enlght of the Bath, and Breakfast of Champions. HEAVY VETERAN Then the-cloud began to rise and U.S.

INTERVENTION take on the characteristic mushroom design we had seen in pictures of the Hiroshima blast I could see whole wheat flakes topped with tmlk and fruit. Eat your vVlieeties-T-ane! you'll eat likt a champion memUr of "dean Piatt Clui.m Introduceyourappetite to famous -Breakfast of Champions," Meet up with all the rich nourishment royal flavor in thoae crisp-toasted ALAMEDA, July 10. The atom bomb test at Bikini failed to meet the expectations of the crew of the USS Shangri-La, says Seaman 2c Denis George Smtyh in letter to his parents. Mr. and Mrs.

George Rites Tomorrow On Hotel Land the ridges and pockets distinctly. IN SHIR UNION M)W ENROLLMENT SEEN Nearly 700,000 veterans are expected to flood the nation's schools this Fall according to a survey "Periodic announcements told us the cloud's height At 27,000 feet it By DAVI HOPE A. Smith, 1625 Morton Street, Ala-me da, after witnessing the event The Waterfront Employe Asso A 60-year lease on the Hotel Avalon property it 20th Street and Telegraph Avenue, involving con made by the Veterans Administra ciation today telegraphed i third appeal to Labor Secretary Lewis Schwellenbach to appoint an arbitrator to settle the AFL-CIO VJuris- Lstruction of new building in a dicUonSl dispute which has tied up from the deck of the carrier stationed 40 miles from the target While the experiment may have been a success from scientific standpoint. Smith says, it was a disappointment to the spectators. He writes: The Big Boom is here and Sone.

Only there wasn't any boom, ilence reigned supreme" "When the time drew near, we were assembled on the flight deck and were lucky enough to get on the side next to the bomb tareel became a most beautiful thing. A cloud actually began to form creating a cap over the column, which gradually enveloped it until it covered the column like snow. At 60.000 feet it leveled oft An unearthly orange glow shown from the shadows, possibly from the sun shining through or reflection of the fires below. TheM a strong wind began to attack the column and in 19 minutes, had cut it in Jwo. At last the atomic life left the mass and it drifted from sight like any other cloud.

i our snips in -Pacific Northwest ports. The WEA announced today that transaction which will aggregate well over $1,009,000, was reported today from the office of. jHarold Wachs, real estate and investment counselor. Names of the lessees were not disclosed, but Wachs said they! are a group of Metropolitan Oakland men who plan extensive development of the property for business use Minimum cost of the new building, to be erected as soon aS possible, is but the actual figure will prob the crew of the North Bend, idled for week in the lumber port of Coos Bay, Ore- by the refusal-of CIO Jongshomnen to handle cargo, tion. About 400,000 veterans at tended schools this Spring.

The VA urges all those enrolling for the first time next Fan to apply immediately for certificates of eligibility at the nearest VA office. Once the certificate Issued it remains valid until used and will not expire if the veteran does not begin school Immediately. In answering the questions most frequently asked the VA pointed out that a veteran may work at part ime job and still get bis subsistence allowance as long as it is not a full time job; that a veteran drawing retirement pay may also receive subsistence allowance while in -school, and that there aire no restrictions as to residence, travel, occupation or military or naval service on the holders of National Service Life Insurance. I got into the front row so I wouldn't! had been off and the ship tied up The dispute started two weeks miss anything. The atmosphere was fairly tense.

Everyone was excited, but nobody looked scared. "We were warned by the skipper to turn' away from the blast I kept ago, when CIO dock workers refused td unload the Mello Trancd, because It was manned by AFL 4 4 ably be much larger, depending on final plans. Contemplated at present is a structure of twa to four stories, covering the 10,000 square feet of the men in jobs traditionally held by Lions Meet Set DANVILLE, July 10. Danville Lions will hold their regular weekly dinner meeting in the home economics building of San Ramon Valley High School tomorrow night at 7. o'clock, according to President Bert Handley.

Jim Ulrich is chair CIO members on the West Coast one eye on the dungarees of the guy ahead of me and they reflected the explosion dimly like the flash of a Full military honors vwll be paid Major Gen. Joseph 76, U.SA. retired, who died Sunday at his home, Euclid Avenue, at funeral servicet at the Presidio of San Francisco tomorrow. Rosary will be recited at 8 o'clock tonight at tha Albert Brown Com-pany Mortuary, 3478 Piedmont Avenue. Services for General Castnej at the Presidio will include a requiem high mass at 9 a.m.

In, the Catholic Chapel under the direction of Chap lain (Lieut CoL) William J. Moran. Burial will foUow at the National Cemetery in the Presidio with taps and a firing squad A veteran of 42 years In the General Castner's career in eluded such accomplishments as leading a pioneer expedition to unexplored regions of Alaska and commanding the first Philippine Scouts battalion to be organUed by the United States. He received several commendations during, his military career, in eluding one for a 1300-mile Winter Jlrek on foot with-only one guide during his expedition to Alaska in 1898. He was twice cited for gallantry in action against 1 insurgent forces in the Philippines and during World when he commanded the 38th Infantry and Ninth Brigade of the Fifth Division, was awarded the Distinguished; Service Medal and two Silver Star citations.

General Castner also built Fort and Schofield Barracks, Hawaii, while serving as a constructing quartermaster, i cHe retired while in command Cf the Third; Division at Fort Lewis, Wash ir 1933, after a Now occupying the site is a 3- Two other ships, bound for Coos Bay, are tied up in Seattle and story frame building, housing three photo-bulb. We turned quickly to ward Bikini. PepsirCola Company, Long Itland City, N. Y. Portland, of the dispute.

stores and 83 hotel rooms. Its owner is Mrs. Gertrude Statton, widow TranchUed Boitlef Pepsi-Col. Bottling Cm. Smn Frmnctico.

Cmlif. We could see a bright red tinge man for the evening. The CIO Committee for Maritime of the late Dr. Robert Stratton, Unity, representing one independ ent and sue CIO maritime unions. prominent Oakland surgeon who died 4 in 1924.

The building was erected by Dr. Stratton In 1907 and Theodora Larson ftovicwi Now Book jut: fading into a line of clouds 20 miles away. Seconds passed end we began to think the bomb was a dud or something. We hadn't heard or felt, anything. Neither were there any signs of a tidal wave.

has since continued a family yesterday called on the AFL Sailors Union of the Pacific to "quit trying to muscle in on other unions" and to distribute jurisdiction, with ALAMEDA. July 10. Miss Theodora Larsen. who has just returned from Mexico where she visited with Neill James, author, in her home On European Trip the AFL-SUP representing the deck department, the independent Marine Firemen's -Union representing the engine room, the CIO Marine VAUMTSPRINGS, July 10. Ru- WCJ AX EIT! Ill WANTED trashtagten at FeuHeentl flolnh E.

Weloel of the Weibel Cooks and Stewards representing Champagne Vineyards left this week at AJtJie, will review Miss James newly published book, "Dustbn My Heart: Petticoat Vagabond in Mexico," at the Alameda Free Library tomorrow morning at 10:30, says Miss Jane Curtis. The public is invited to cooks and stewards and the CIO American Communications Associa Assistant euvim tor Jewiry and Handball; permanent position, rood for Europe where he expects to purchase bottles and tther supplies. He expects to be away for about three months. tion representing the radio oper Miarr ana Bonus amnrmmts. Apply sunasers voice, are rjoor.

ators. Harry Lundeberg, AFL-SUP head. rejected the CMU proposal, on the grounds that the SUP had won all bargaining elections on -the tankert Liinix De tour of duty as commander of the Amencaa forces in China. and maintained for all departments when the tanker com General Castner. a native Of New pany entered the general cargo field.

Brunswick. N.J, is survived by his widow, Ada, and a s6n CoL L. Castner. U.SA. retired, of Anchor Alaska.

Bikini's Lucky Pig Still Alive, Grunting Army Volunteeri Increase in June WASHINGTON, July "10. upturn in the number of Army KWAJALEIN. July 10 "UP) A pig found swimming in Bikini1. Lagoon after the atom bomb sank! the Japanese cruiser Sakawa is still alive. 'i So are three rats, born on the battleship Pennsylvania the day the aerial bomb volunteers has reversed a two i Vs tfttvl month downward trend.

LLof Reports to the War Department today showed that 13,094 recruits, the lagest number slncer" April, signed tip during the week ending Capt Fitzhugh Lee, 'task force irjiv- June 21. This brought the number cah. fit most makes of cars information officer, who made these revelations today, refused to disclose any information on the condition of other surviving from target or volunteers since the Army's in tensive recruiting campaign started last Fall up -4o 82U84. Coupes 1 2.95 "SUPREME COMPOUNDED" A rrirptam Typm Off off NO Primlvm Prke .19.95 Coaches Sedans AfpnM u. yra not vT" 1 19.95 5, 5 GALLONS in uthographed CAN i 1 i' I i 1 5135 fed.

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