Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 20, 1946 · Page 8
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 8

Oakland, California
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Friday, December 20, 1946
Page 8
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BRAZILIANS PROTEST RECALL OF ENVOY ICulberfson Attacked by Soviet Writer 8 Ok Ojklirtd THbuiit, FHday, Dec. 20, 1$46 Antioch to Install Parking Refers . ANTIOCH, Dec 20. Parking meters will be installed soon on local streets. Members of the - city council today are considering bids submitted for the installation of the parking devices. Cpuncilmen voted to install parking meters several weeks ago. ; RIO DE JANEIRO, Dec. 20.-flV j ft.. i t. -r.: ii i imernw rtPf , 2n r;p-i-soviet cause is not oniy mat me tfoisne- of anti-Communist demon-WanJao in Moscow had agreed to "2 PS? rSiSSrf AS J1 confiscated stde i. CJ c j1 "9 tSi.SS::" K He should for--' A series strations last night during which uu - j .can writer? uu vnuxc ouu give the Bolsheviks this guilt te mobs stoned the party's headquarters, burned a Russian flag, wrecked election billboards and beat a guardsman followed an announcement that Bf azil was withdrawing the second secretary from her Mos- cow. EmbassyY at ;Russias request. Foreign Minister Raul Femandes Batista Soares De Pina, but said tional affairs; for a savage attack In I he believed the secretary was not pravda. Communist party organ, cause cards have brought him responsible for a street fight in( culbt56rii captured . Zaslavskjfs fbatraks (peasants who slave for wljich he was reported to have been attention because of a pamphlet he landlords) in Czarlst .Russia, -s. intolved. had writteH Gained as "Should We The Russian publicist began by The foreign minister said he had Fight Russia?'? f - , denouncing professionalcard clubs asked for an official report on the "Ely hateS the Soviet tfnion, SCsp- and card circles as a Kingdom of incident. slavsky said ; "He has reasons. The jRascals," headed by Culbertson. J o 1 irit of Qhristmas inspires j-.. - 1 TheSp , i No on was seriously injured when this British airliner crashed into a house and remained in this position near Norholt Airport, Middlese x. England. The plane crashed while taking oil in tit blinding snowstorm. It struck four other houses, setting them afire, before coming tor resL AP Wlrephoto -ria icadlo transmission from London. . Police Arrest Driver Too l for Trial v The rn 3ay on which his atlor-ney presented a medical certificate stating hkf eljent wai "too ill" to appear in eout on a drunk driving charge, Aubiiey P. Wright, BO, of 486 S5th Street, ias arrested on in identical charge, the latest in! a series of arrests dating back to 1929, polite reported, t - j I : Wright rai arrested last night by Patrolmen Rytnond Pierce and Cal- - vin Clayton irhile drivinf I truck at Slst and San Pablo in what they termed a 'Waving manner." With him fend arrested as intoxl-i .cated was jAfthur Fisher, 39, of the aame addrsa a Earlier juif the da Wright's attorney, osejih Rankin, presented a -medical certiificate to Judge; Chris B. ;Fox, stating that Wright was tod ill to appear fotj a jury traL j ' He wili bp arraigned by Judge, v..Fox on thj latest Charge Monday, a Act resi j Ma tc Sa f o In Forced Landing SUN VALLEY, Idaho, DectO. (JP) Apparently uninjured when their private plane was forced jdown at Contact, Nev, Actress Norma Shearer and her husband, - Marty Arrouge, ; finished their jotirney to 4Ms wihteiresorby car. The Sun!falley management said the couple, tfho first met here when Arrouge wqs a resident I kl in structor, called from Contact last night i to saj they had been fore to land ther instead of at Gooding, Ida., as anticipated. I A car waiting at ' Gooding was dispatched t6 Contact to bring them here. "j... - - ' ; . j No I rtasoii was given ifor thai forced landing. , ' i f BERCOVICH & SON PLAN NEW HOME Removal of E. Bercovich and Son, pioneer furniture ' store, from 13th and Clay Streets to a new location at 1714 Franklin Street was in prospect toddy as the result of a lease agreement negotiated by the Lionel W,aehr Company. r . The lease transaction and a renovation program planned by the firm will approximate an Investment of $200,000. The-firm-will take possession of its new location, a three-story building with mezzanine floor and basement, on April .1. Extensive remodeling, , along modernistic lines with emphasis on a glass front design, will precede opening of the new store', planned for July i L Tbe firm, in business here for the past -40 years, Is headed by Albert Bercovich as president It was originally established at Eighth and Clay Streets, moved to 11th and Clay where it remained 10 years and then to the present location which it has occupied for nine years. ' Included in the lease is an acU joining lot which will be used for customer parking. The property is owned by Judge T. W. Harris. 1 1 Out of 100 U.S. Workers in Capital WASHINGTON, Dec. 20. WV- Only 11 out of every 100 Federal keri are in Washington, corn- red with about 14 before the war. The Civil Service Commission cited these figures today as an example, of the government's decentralization program. It said that of the 2,119.000 Federal workers In this country last October, 224,700 were in the Washington area, i . Reynolds Funeral Scheduled Monday Funeral services Ifor Williafti B. Reynolds, 70, former ; wholesale paper business representative in the Bay area who died "Wednesday in Hollywood Hospital following a heart attack, will be held at 10:30 ijm. Monday amhe Truman Company 'M o r t v a ry, 1935 Telegraph Avenue. ' Reynolds was a native of Oakland and lived here until he moved to Los Angeles IS years ago to- become secretary of the Southern California Paper Trades Association; In recent years he . had been engaged as a business counsellor for various trade associations. He was a member of Sequoia Lodge No. 349, F. & A. M., and Oakland Scottish Rite Bodies. Surviving are his widow, t Lena; four sons, Lewas and Wallace B, Reynolds, both of Berkeley: Mai- col mfteynolds, Oakland Architect, and Duncan B. Reynolds, of San Francisco, and two brothers, Guy Reynolds of Oakland, and Spalding Reynolds of Compton, Calif. Boy Recovers After Kitchen Operation EAST ORANGE, NJ Dec. 20. (Sy Tommy Stanley, 4, was recovering today after an emergency operation performed at home by his physician uncle who used a nine-inch kitchen carving knife to relieve the boy from choking to death on orange seed and pulp. Tommy's uncle, Dr. Thomas A. 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