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- ., j ' ; . - -; . - i ' - ' ' - - , . . .-'. i 14-A ; , Sunday Tribune, Sunday, Jung 151947 . ' ' " ".V'"" V" I" -" iuuay. ms meme i w iwlU soeak to the youtfi of the c-l1(wa1 artitriti. rri,i M,;. program has been arranged. . . By DR. K. FILLMORE GRAY Church Editor, The Tribune The eomDletion of a new church building will be marked at the 11 a.m. service this mominff o the ' Grace Community Methodist Church, 2385 103rd Avenue. At this service . of consecration for; : the - new sanrtiirirv th rmnn will, he preached by the superintendent of me uaxiana district, lhv itector w Johnson. As a part of the program the East Oakland choral Snciptv. under the direction of Ward .Pound, will, sing and Mr. Lsne valentine will be the soloist,yith Mrs." Glen Deardorff .u . tv. ttt r t 1.:.. i f erence treasurer of the Methodist Church, and Dr. W. M. Kauffman, a ' former minister of the church, will - also take part in the. service. I t , The minister of the church, the Rev. John E. Zoller. will'direct the r ceremony of consecration of the cor nerstone; alter wnicn it wui De put ' In nlaCA with t histnriral rinni. ments. : This church, which ! today . occupies its newly-completed buiid-. in,g, had its beginnings in a Sunday ; school which was begun In 1927 by iae xiev. jr. J., juynn m a store' Duiia-ing on Foothill Boulevard near 103rd : Avenue. Under the leadership of several laymen ana retired minis ' ters. the be?inin?s of church or. . canization were made in 1933.! and the work was "continued under the Kev. w. P. Grant. The site of, the present building was in the possession of the Eastbay Methodist . Churcn- Extension Society, and in 1337 a church building was moved to this location, furnished for church - work, and used. ' After (three years, "the work j was ; organized as a Methodist Church, : a student pastor was appointed,! and the work grew rapidly, during, the next few years. A parsonage ; was built in 1942 and in 1944 th first full-tima pastor, the Her. J "W. Winkley began his work. He was followed by Dr. W. M. Kauffman In 1945 and the Bey. John E. Zoller, th present pastorwhowas i ap-pointed -in June-f 194tf, a !lew months after thbreaking of ground for the new building. Erection of the building has progressed slowly due to difficulties and labor, but fn ecuring materials 'today's service of consecration will mark the comnle tion of, the work." ' , VACATION SCHOOL . m wuit'M MAC NiUV VCt for the opening of the Vacation School which Saint John's Presbyterian Church in Berkeley will sponsor. It will run for two weeks with a staff of 20 teachers. Sound films, work shops, craft work, recreation, and classes are on the program. ; At the Melrose Methodist Church Daily Vacation Bible School .'will open tomorrow at 9 a.m. for children from the ages of 4 to 15, according to ' the superintendent iDorisl A. Meek. During the ten days the Children will have crafts, study, movies, and special features. . i . From 9 until lf;30 sjn. each weekday for the next two weeks at the Central Lutheran Church, a Vaca tion Bible School will be hM stnr. ies. studies, music craft nnri r. ffreshments are scheduled fori the cnuuren. SPEAKERS " Dr. Thompson L Shaimon, minister of the First Christian Church, will be the speaker for the annual dinner and fellowship meeting of the Mills Terrace Christian Church on Friday at 6:30 p.m. Musical pro- jgrarn wui include selections by a Jjnale quartet and by Carl Woodyf Jr., Yiolinist. - , - Gnest preacher at the Arlington Avenue Community Church at jthe 11 ajn. service today will be 1 the Reverend Frank Carlson, , comptroller of the Pacific School of Religion. - ; f I ( - Dr. Ernest A. Trabert, pastor meritus of St Michael's Lutheran Church, will be the preacher at ithe i The Lost Radiance" will be Dr. C. Stanley Long's sermon subject at the 11 a.m. service of St Peter's Church, today. . r " The, Rev. James Brecheisen, pastor of the Evangelical United Brethren Church of San Francisco will be the guest preacher, at the Rock- nage Evangelical United Brethren choir of the guest's church will also sing at the service, according to Dr. R. G.Trent The sneaker, at the mtin t Community Forum of the Mills Terrace Christian Church inmnrmtu evening at 8 o'clock will be Professor imis Monquio or Mills College. Former consul for the Spanish Republic he ' will sneak on - 5;Tairi' Future." , SESSIONS For' the second vur i hfinniura school, under the sponsorship of the Northern - California Churches, will be held at the Plym- ouux congregational Church. A project for observation and teaching under expert leaders, the school opens on Saturday at 2 p.m. and will continue until Jul v in structors will include Miss Mildred Widber, national director of children's work in the Con Church; Mrs. Ray Carey of Berke-leyMrs. Idalene Raab, MrsMary Cornwall. Mrs. Winifred Ratw mr; hNelle Gilmore . arid Miss ; Margaret i-odo. uean, of the. school will be Miss Alice Sanderson. Hi . ; t rellfflOlltf " , adilratinn 4V . - u. v... ot uit UUSI church. Teachers, parents, - young peopie, memDera of religious education committees, and pastors are urged to attend. In addition to par ticipation in planning and participation, evaluations -wffl tta m). and during the afternoon thai adults, without tha ehildVan, were wiu De xorum periods ;aad demonstrations of vnanv vi materials. On Saturday J . ' . o precemng me scnool, there will be "VI 1UUUU irom V am, to 12:30 njn. with , th t?pv ir.a4 Parker, a national radio direptnr in charge. The Annual' . Methodist Church n UUUU"' ters ana laymen from the Eastbay as weU as aU of Northern California to Stockton, will open on Tuesday afternoon at tha rnvioa. 4v Pacific Bishon Jamas C TUIr.- -11 1 vi come, ana tne conference ad- uresses wiu De given by Dr. John Rustm Of Mount ' Vtmm ti Methodist Church, Washington D.C. Santa Crux will ka W. ..mi.. for the annual ctata cnn,u. the Christian Churches of Northern auiorma which opens on Wednesday evening. Several national leaders 'are scheduled to speak. Several v - ar ai A vui IttfJ ( 7uay i'ea ,wiU be m attendance at the First Westminster "Fellowship UrtnnelL Iowa -fmry, T,,. n : a. ?eieiate8 fcom 811 Parts of wmiea otates and some from other, countries i wiU be in attendance-Included in the San Francisco Presbytery's delegation will be the nlZZFS" ?S Loucks Jan Smith, t-"c McAllister. Bob Parry and ' The Rev.' John E. Zoller, of Grace Coxnmunlty Metho- 'dist .Clmrch wblch will be consecrated todory. f Bob :Hampel, all of Oakland. Also planning-n, going with the California delegation are Barbara Janssen of Alameda,, and Dorothy Polhemus of Berkeley. r , Eleven thousand delegates and visitors are' expected to attend the National BaDtist Trainirnr Sunday School Congress ; which: is convening m Uakland this week. Dr. Howard. Thurman of San Francisco will sneak to the vouth of the dfU nomination at the Auditorium arena on . Friday evenitag. The ; group is completing its registration today, according to Prof. E. W. D, Isac, director general, and will be in session during the week, closing on June 22. RECREATION An lntrchnrrh familv ninb will be held today at 2 pjna. at Durant Park, continuing tintil 8 o'clock this eveninff. The affair.. ''under the chair manship of the Rev John E. Zoller, wiu inciuae lamiues or tne ioiio wmg churches; High Street Presbyterian, Grace Community Methodist. Mills Terrace Christian, Elmhurst Presby terian, xew Pilgrim CongregauonaL and Laurel Methodist Following a program of organized recreation, en tertainment wui be v presented around the camn fire., and a worshin service will be held. " . :- v- ..V.:. " ; . . V X '. ; . ? In the eamnfire circle In Redwood Regional Park tnHav at 11 a m 1ai members of the Ebenezer Lutheran Church of San Francisco will hold an outdoor service. The xnealrer will be Edward Larson, instructor at San rrancisco Junior: College; .After a lunch, the church softball team will play a team from the First English Lutheran Church of Oakland, which is holding; its ; annual f outing in a nearbv area of the same nark. Ymmcr people from both churches wiU en gage in r. otner ? sports during the afternoon" Host for the afternoon i the Rev. H. Paul Romeis, pastor of the Oakland church. ; PROGRAMS The Bible Counsellors Association will meet tomorrow evenin? at 7-45 o'clock at the Lakeside Baptist cnurcn.'The director, Dr. E. Franklin Hamby, will give a report of A traditional "Bride and Groom Sunday" will be held today at the First Methodist Church. At the 11 ajn. service the Rev. Frank Morey Toothaker will speak on "Business Opportunity," and there will be a recognition of couples most recently married,, and - those married - the longest '-,'- "" , - '- The summer program which features a junior church for children, in which they leave the 11 : a.m. service of morning; prayer at 11:40 o'clock at the conclusion of a story will begin this r morning at - Saint Alban's Episcopal Church in Albany. Dr. Randolph Crump Miller,- the vicar, will preach on "What Is Love?" : "Are You Broadmindedr Is the subject which the Rev. W. C. Eddy has announced for th n Coda, th. fMjSSSjSrZn'K Methodist ChurcbL In this wrmnn he will present a discussion of con- amons current in Oakland. Guest organist will be Theodore T. Cava. naugh, and there will be special music oy tne choir. v v Alameda ; Forum ta S Hear U.C. ! Professor ALAMEDA, June 14. Dr. Paul G. Vigness, professor of American history and government and member of the University of California Extension , faculty, will be guest speaker at the dinner of the Alameda Forum, Wednesday at 6:30 p.m, at Hotel Alameda." Dr. Vigness will be introduced by Charles ML Howe and will speak on "Our Place in the Torld." A musical program directed by Wallace D. Miracle will nreceri the talk. Henry j F. Strarhan rnmm pv., T-n-nTinaaTBnaaaMt ii i' MTT-T-naai aMaajuujJ- ' " " ' 1 ' 1 " " " areyqusicmJ New 20-Point McCoy System 5 Examination Only C BH?,9W1' D C penetrating, revealing twa- 1 examfaation to ffnd the TRUE CAUSE t your condition. The entire clinical facilities of tha McCay System are now available in this jew low cast health plan. Proven results in 50,000 patients daring 25 years praetlca.,:;.;, w : ' i. :c ''r - j - HERE ARE SOME OF THE TESTS MADE . ON THIS NEW 20-POINT EXAMINATION 5"5y flncroscoP,c test entire gastro-Intestinal tract X-Bay Flooroscopio test of chest, heart and limgs. Microscopic and chemical laboratory tests, red and white eall count, urinalysis, hemoglobin test, etc ,totion, transillnmlnation of naaal alnvsea. ' Basal Metabolism tests when indicated. ' Complete physical examination, Including blood pressure and temperatare ; readings, pelvic examination, prostotie d many ether Important testa. At the completion of this two-day health examination, the findings are explained te you in simple, everyday language and written dietary and treatment instructions are included without additional charge. - i Dr. J. 0. Bristov, D. C. : and Staff Practicing'. McCoy Health System Fox , Oakland Theatre Bldg. r ROBI m 1S15 Telegraph Ave..' GL-2833 THIS WEEK Piles atsmarrbalaa) Specializing in the sue. cessful treat- mem oz tfiese ailments. Painless methods. No surgery.'ini Jections or drugs. No hospital expense or loss of time from work. Rupture (HeraU) ! rUES CONSULTATION . Cr. J. A. Accuaviva d.c W Years Exprlene) ; . At Btjcea St., Oakland - Oa block eat from -. aucAnnur jaxva. ana Lakeshore Ave.) PKona TWineakt 3257 is mudlj dsn get signal thtt sll is not wtll ' 0nd jomwhrrt Jtep isid,- prottbU is brtwing. It maj) be due to high or. low blood pre sure, a heart ailment; nervous ten-1 sion, fear of losing self-control, eye strain;; pinched . nerves, liver or stomach disorders, ear congestion,' sinusitis, difficult breathing, kidney or bowel weakness, mental cooiu-sion, glandular upsets or some othe hidden condition. Ko matter what you have tried wfth-J out success, THERE IS STILL HOPE FOR YOU. Why auffer longer T UI cannot help you, Z -wiU tell you oJ TB--15 Dr. J. P. Sh:ph:rd, D.C. Corntr and Crovt Struts HI rata S537 - ! H.vra 9:30 a.m. ta t a.m. - Brlaf thi advertit cmrnt with ya for " v-oniaiiiion ni txamlnatioa. UEAlt note tcitti the neto XTRA-THIN Light-weight PARAVOY HEARING Am T i V The original "All-in-One": nEARIXG AID Thick m spectacle case Shorter than a pen One cord, one east Easy to wear and use nSt Suite 314 TE. SI 81 Ml IV PAINE, Mgr. Owne T FXANKLIX OPTICAt CO. Write ar Ph.ac for rSEE DemeartnUi.a Name '. Address... .,,..,...,,.,..;. Branches:, Berkeley, Richmond ValltlO snd Mndattn Fall line of Zenith Supplies CEFORE 180G San- Francisco Earthquake and Great Fire. JTona Wan. waa asustant Herb-alist at,- . i I 1133 Stockton Street , Far 31 ear. Fane Wa ku aeea ia Oaklaad aa4 became worla imoii. i; FREE FOR THE ASKING I : .r Z 1 at ear effice ' ': :"' ' -' ' A BOOK OF 304 PAGES S6e Stacktea St., Saa Fraacisca I?aily 3:30 p.m., to :30 p.m. Sunday 3 pja. to S p.m. CH ina 922. - s' S;-lMk St., OakUad Dally 10 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Sunday 10 a.m. to 12 m. Hl-3767. Both Offices Qxwed Wednesday, i rr atamaek, ttvar, ! : 'W.r '"I ..... i . . - ' j a Kiancrs, eyes, gnutr, - j- i feot Ilia, aara threat. aW , r .. -I dysentery, a b t t A T " ! stoma, catarrh, eaash, t -psoriasis, rheamatiim. S",, lambsra, pfles. bails. V . f ff sarely will kelp yea ta retain year hoalth aalckly. j . Tcatimaaialt af 8se eassf al anS Ssarvelea. Basalts an Tile at Oar Otflea. rr . n. -,- . - -. 5 y LEGAL NOTICE - m&TlCE TO VETERANS CLAIM. T.N BRIGHT ' OF RETENTION 0.4 CrPl$OP OAKLAND CIVIL. SER V IC55 ELIGIBLE LISTS. ' KtSiica Is hereby sriven.that See. 76 B.a beea adfled to tha Charter of cth City ot Oakland readina; as - Veteran" rneans any iverson who hasj aerved ; In the United : SUtea Arrfly. NaT.y,: Marina Corps, Coast Gward or as an active nurae In. th sevioe of the American Red Cross, or-, li. the Array and Navy Nursa Co-.fW la time f war, or. In any x-pejitjon ot the armed forces of tha-tJtrf States, or -who served In ona otjld eervlcea dTirlnsr tha -period. September. 16, 1940t to December 11, I tg$!and received a diacharare tin -5ei;ji!pndltion other than dishonor abeor has been released t rora ac-ttV.duty under , conditions other than dishonorable. . i . - - JTeterans" who have had cfandinr ofM prior ellRibility list of the C5tt Service Board at tire time of thj)r enter! nr Into their service, thTei-ebY onaUfylnsr them as ret-eras" shall retain their " places thron, without ' further . examtna-tWn;S for a period of four years from ariS Sifter December 31, lS4r four yeS.r after their .discharge - or re-from activb duty, whichever I": Vvrller in time. The. Civil Service BWPd i authorised, to Taa uch reasonable . rules as to make, this eftjt!tment effective.' a m a a m . - persons ciaimin-r xnm njrnc 10 cv Ia4 M.a .lt.IV1 . It. V. Ho v; Hons; Chin::: Herb Co. ,38 Yeara Experienced Herbalists 3215 Telegraph Ave Oakland ; Near SSaa Street ; ' ! S OL ymaia 3562 worn mt CHA1V & KONG nERD4(po. s i - - j Established Sine 1906 1010 BROADWAY BetweeW lethi aad Utb Ita. - Daily It am. U S p.aa. . M itained tn ellsrlble lists of tha Oakland Civil Ser.vlce Board tinder toe vrrovislona of, said Sec. Tea of tbs Charter of the City of Oakland. mi file a claim therefor with tha Clyi; Service Board of the Citv of OflJcnd at Room 323 at the OaV-IftSi&rCitv Hall. Such claim must be nmpne. lorm suppnea oy- saw am Stjft-'jce Board which forma ma v he. oned at the Office of said Civil PCIce Board at the above addre. Tlfie?lnal date for the finngr of such cFfeiifeS: for retention on such Civil Sertfra ellarlble lists is June 30, 194T 5M CIVIL SERVICE BOARD. "s; l ; Emmett H. Hart, President. No. 789Jun IS. (St) BBsaBssaaaaaanaaaaaaaf ,- . LEGAL KOTICR - ' NOTICE OP HEARING APPLICA-TION TO OPERATE A-CABARET. . Notice is hereby given that Emella and Peter M. Balladone have lied an application for permission 'to operate a Cabaret at 334 Broadway! Oakland. i - Notice is 'hereby further - g-fven that a hearing; on said application will be held by the-City Manager; at ftla office. Room 80S, CitvHall, Oakland, California, on Wednesday, the 18th day of June, 147. at the hour -of H:00 o'clock a.m., at which time and: place any persons interested piay appear and file their objections If any they have. 4 f CHAS. M..DO.V, City Clerk! No. 787-June 16 (3D i r.!EAns do hot Dnina wii muw v !lSr ' " - nmiN MONTHS TO PAY LS ; DR. CAMPBELL AND DENTISTS EVERYWHERE USE AND RECOMMEND , BEAUTIFUL TRUBVTE NEW HUE 4 - DR. J. A. CAMPBELL Ones persoaalit is enhanced by a "smile" of charm dentists : everywhere use and u- laud" the MODERN TRANSLUCENT TEETH that, like 'nature V? own, absorb ' jii JefI,eCt 1Ight' lhereby "eIlnating f that dull look so often present in artificial teeth of the past. When the "modern" scientifically .designed "translucent" teeth are set in a slightly "irregular" manner the . "harmoniz- inrr. rarnll tL.i J.f: t !- s- . p ,wu" " "iai uenes aetection. JLis r:o r:o;iEv .conn "HOT JUST A PIinASE ntlT fin flrrniiiTB BiMii . "iai ucucs aeiecuon. uis-UUT All ACSQLUTE FACT" criminating patients whohave followed the a?? .dentlst! have found a combination j - niaiciiais ana r natural appearing translucent" teeth to be pleasing. REASONABLE PRICES , r r making your small weekly or monthly payments NEXT AUGUST (CREDIT EXTENDED TO OLD AGE PENSIONERS) NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY R.!.J,A.CAMPBELL-Deniis ri Tili5vTEENTH AND WASHINGTON STREETS Entrance 4S0 Thtn.h Stmt TE-4916 Hour,. 9 ,o 6; U,i". I p'm!; Cloud Sunday, r"-' fffrrf- EAST OAKLAND 3334 Eaat 14th St HA WARD 380 Castro FRESNO 1033 Fulton St RICHMOND 1 k . MatHnnsU A. 1 .' --. 1 2 1 1 1 XHC SAME REASONABLE PRICES AT OXTB. MAIN Omct PREVA1I. AT THESE CONVPtlENT BRANCH omOS DA. SIIAHE, D. C, SHOWS YOU WHY YOU AM SICK! YOU GET FACTS WHEN YOU GET THIS HEAD-XO-rTOE - ' '!-.-'.': '1.., ' .; Physical and Fluoroscopic f 7 E X A HI. I N A T I O IM - .:irttii' -fats- - -W General UimtIoi.Ti ' Ararsa aafferiav wita. Urtt fteUnf. NeariUs, ladia-estias Nervaasness, Kicbt Sweats, Piles, or Appetite, Sleeplessness, Catarrh. Colitis. Bran- eh it is. Barain Saasatiaa, Diarrbaea, . daa ta weakness. Gas ar Stamach, Hsy, Fever, Heaasche, . Lam Psae. Boar Stamach, Cold.' Coma la an4 let Chinese Herb shew yoo : the way back ta k health. t years az . aaricaea. ! .. .. -i - i - - . r . . . J . J: - " . Yeo and : Choo Herbalist 2238 Telegraph Avenne Ktu thl Street (apsUIrs), Oakiaai TW-SS74. Hsrtrs U M a.m. ta - p.m. Don Woo so Herbs Guaranteed the best for various ailments. asneciaUy for bad colds, coush, rheumatism, kidneys, stomach, akin and other diseases, men or women.' - - Frea Consultation Call or Writ Hours 9-3 Sunday 9-lt 194 7th St. III-6602 4 (Osraw1 Jaekson fS uKl'lNANCB NO. CMd f.a-N ORDINANHK APPPOPRIAT-Th THR ADDTTIONIT, STTM or mM FOR THE PURPOS 5 OT A'BRAKOTNO FOR A'T RERnCINO ?.rENTTONS IN TUB CITT OP 4??? IT ORDATNRn T the Cfttmell ofs.fv Citr ot OkklinA w followa: fJ'TION 1. In addition to tha s!ijsheretofor appropriated In tba attijil - budiret to the Oakland CiCfttber of Commerce for the pnr-p$i4,of arransrinr for and servicing? pHvjntions held in the City f Oak-la&'tflgthe sum of $760.09 ia hereby apM??prlated. to aaid Oakland Cham-he Of Commerce, out of the General FjwjJ, Entertalnmemt and Advertia imrAppropnauan ox ue r lseai T3tsl94o-l47 for aaid pwrpoae. tsCotincil, Oakland, ; Calif-, June passed to print, for two daya 1y this lollowing- vote: Ayes: Cooncil-TTMtnjI TIalr. MoCracken, Moreom, RtThSJI. Shattnck. Slavirh. sTonell aU Frealdent Beach . Noes: Nona. Absent: rnoticliiiwn Peters 1' (r CHAS. &f. TX1N. City Clerk. No. 781-June IS (2t) 1 Tin'i TO OPERATE A CSED-QAR fa hereby '"artve that Donald OifitmJJefker has filed an appliea I'fcff-Car Lot at 894 Sycamore Street, Oapliend.. vf-(. i -t-., Felice. Is hereby f urther - rirea-thrfi? hearing, on aaid apnlication wliplia held hv the City Manarer artShJj office. Room :j09. City Kail. 0T4.nd. CaliforntV en Wednesdav, thjjfth day tf June, 1947 at tha nnrpt .10:00 o'clock ajtu at which tia:sand place any persons !nter may appear and fil their b iierlns if anv thav hava. . f CHAR M. DON. City Clerk.. -I? it Ko. 788-June 15 1itY i troVTCE- TN"r TWELVE CliV MO?mrLT TS- -RIDS FOR FURNISH. LEGAL KOTICE . ORDINANCE NO. CM.S. AN ORDINANCE FINDING AND DETERMINING THAT A STRIP OF IjAND. TWENTY WIDTH. LYING 1201 . FEET IN HO QUESTIONS ASKED ABOUT YOUR ILLNESS! Without asking you a singte question 1 regarding your symptoms, Dr.. Shane, D. C, will show you the cause of your trouble. With the fluoroscopic X-ray and the latest, most modern instruments of science . . with 25 years experience in diagnosis, he will explain your condition as he finds it ; , .. in simple, easy to understand language -. . . advise you what to do about it.:. EXAMIIIATIOII SHOWS TRUE CONDITION OF: Sinuses, ears, nose, throat; lungs and respiratory tract; spinal vertebrae and bone structure; pulse and heart action; blood pressure; stomach, Jcidneys, colon; female disorders; glands and nervous system .:. . every vital part of your body. ' K YOU CAH'T AFFORD TO, PUT IT OFF if suffer frcn: Dixxiness, headaches, eye strain, deaf ness nervousness, tiredness, anemia, neuritis, patpitation, bronchitis, asthma, ulcers, constipation, gas lumbago, sciatica. . T OPEN EVENINGS - : IlOIinS- .?Y- MBDAT A JFWDAY. 9 ..m. to 8 p.m. ivai, ihukjdat. SATURDAY. 9 aim. ta 5 p.m.1 Twa Hourt' Frea Parking at Downtown Merchant Parkin Lat ar urn ana rranaun afreets NOETHEASTERKl' LINE - OF THK I RIGHT OP WAY FOR STATE HIGHWAY ROUTE 69 WESTERLY OP HEGENBERGERi ROAD; AND ftwwcn, w- tww r-rfv rc nn.'. LAND IS UNNECESSARY FOR THE usjs-w THIS UIX'X ur uaklaku; SAID STRIP OF LAND TO THI THORIZING AND DIRECTING THE J1AIUK TU ! BAEUUJ K A ' CONVEYING FEE TITLE TO SAID STRIP OP LAND TO i THE STATE BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Oakland, as follows: Cirr-TTO V 1 That (.artiU vn of land, twenty 20) fet in width. lying" aiong i in noriseasiern line rt th rlo-ht wav fAKStat. Ul.1i. wav Pnnt. ftO w.at.iv 17ao.a4. bergrer Roa5, -needed by the State vi '-avniuj ma u( ui sinaKC uiicn ni4Vtnaaai nwrti a.4 ikaw Vk a. . ",t HU1 t-ra-:ja v r ucu j w y - Vat a? V1 - y -ua, uaKiand, ana deaeribed as fonowa: - A IWrtlnn nf 11nt 1 1 aa aalt tilnt 4a ahown on the map accompanying in Kpon or Keieree m tnat certain' action had in the Diatrict Court Hat.r tha Gnnariir irnnr f . th. State of California, In aid for the 11am P. Toler. et ;aL Plaintiffs. t Jm. in. Paralta aaa . ailmlnUtratfi. Let al defendants, Case No. 6408, the Final Decree of Partition filed in ma action on.uctODer Z7 188,0, a tTtt A rnnv ri..Af -woa . i.. corded October 27,11880, in Book 207 oi Aeeaay pape s, Aiameaa county nworos, aaia portion oeinfr ail or northeasterly line of the.State hlgh- uraci iura liT rsrrii 1- in the deed fromiE. B, & A. I Stone Co., tn tha Stata rf ta lifnmU ann. A nrll t lllf In Vnlnm. iice -. n 179.1 Official t RAOrtrrta !"lf Alamaa v-ouoijr, ana a line drawn parallel witn said line of said SUte High- WIT. ni Afstant maaalirul .t .Iryhf angles, 29 feet northeasterly therefrom; ia hereby found and ' determined to.be unnecessary forose by the City of Oakland, and the City Manager is hereby authorized to cell the same in fee to the State of California fori the sum of not. lesa than .500.00. 1 i - SECTION 2. i The. Ma yor'ia hereby authorized and directed to execute the necessary deed conveying: fee title to said hereinabove described strip of land to the State of California. . . ! " . i. - v ivua-F va wiustllVQ lie. 1 1 take effect upon the expiration of sixty (60) days from and after Ita .1 naaaasra i j In Council. Oakland.; Calif. final passage, i ouncil. OaVTanif ': fall - Tnna 1A 1Zt " ; 1 .,. .r-"' Passed to print for two days by the following; vote: Ayes: Council-men Haler, McCracken. Morcom, Rishell, Shattuck,i Slavich. Youell and President Beach 8. Noes: None. Absent: Councilman Peters 1. V- 1 1 CHAS. M DON, City Clerk, f; ' I 5 No. 782-June 1 (2t) STftft OP TWENTY-FIVE HT7N- UfY'-V (ZjOWf tFJKS PER: ISSUE. TRE : DEPARTMENT OP PUBLIC Hfm.TH OP THE CITT OF OAK-Lfftl-a, CALIFORNIA, DURING THE FBCL YEAR 1947-1948. SffcClty Clerk will receive sealed Mi proposals in his office in tha Cipriall at any time prior to tha hoFf 1 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, thai ilth day of June. 1947. for isve-!i of 'twentv flva- Si tinniA (2iV copies per Issue of 'Oak-lar Health" for the Department nf J:rii1i. ITaalth nf th'alfM, It. V 1a7ralifornla, duriria; the Fiscal 4SiiflcaUons and blank forms of prM'4ial" 'nI be furnished by the Ck perk on application. -Price bid sbtliynclude State, Sales. Tax and City is exempt from Cltfyales Tax. All proposals shall beaepompanied by a check in an m-jiftjt not . less than ten per ent (lCp of the a arrea-ate amount of thtSriopo-aI certified bv a respon-eibV'.' -lank, payable to the order of Clfcyf Oakland, which check and the .amount therein specified lhall be f of felted and retained by tha Cifv J,f DV anJ If th. ... 1 ...1 bidder fails to execiite the contract J requirea xorm and furnish th.;fcond required. Bond in aa immilt MM.1 tn nni.fnnWV . u . totM contract price, to be given by thstjcceesful bidder as a rtiaran-te.f cq faithful performance of con- trafev Contract be entered into Wifh-l- la Aavm aft.. . m.. ... a onw jju iuuiiuuy isbum ot Twenty- 75 Snflrad fSKAfl mill.. ... I i-.siana a rtiMitn.r - ta ha n- f . ORDIXANfR KfTi- flic -nd delivered in accordance wttjipeclficatlons therefor adopted TNff AST BRQNZE GATE GUIDES TOJUR CITY OF OAKLAND, CALI. - 1Si4H:'itv-nrl will ...1. a1 Jilif proposals in his office i ri1a'f?y ai any time. prior to. theoHlir Of 1 olr-tr nm T.... da3ae 24th rfav nf .Tun. nil fufiQjinj? Cast Bronse Ga'te Guides r.s'wj'jj . : v mniiu, aiiiornia. PrfRStBSila will ) fnrnlih.4 v. v. vilt'U Z"1 PPcation Prica b,dP" Include all SUte and Fed- r"TiSP" appiicaoie. The city ia from City Sales Tax. All : PrOMlJkls- shall ha a nmna.t.J V . i Wc n an amount not less than' terQwcent 10 of the aarareaate anugit of live proposal certified ry?Jtf8po.n,,,Dl bank. -payable to of Mj City of Oakland, which check and "tae amount therein specified ; ft! ,0,Xe,,, and retained byf iiyfSJ ofJf klafld tf tn ucceaa-fulgritder falls to execute the coo- - tr iaired form and fur-? n Jafiunt. equal to one-fourth of lni tlmaf.4 . w .. . . a . . . i Vrf, . ",u"i "i contract: to CerHiven bv nriMfni hi.a .. Bnte for faithful perform-; anc4 of the-contract. -Contract tof be Pilnred -intn within a mai fftKward.trof nd "&d Guides ft. dance with - specif (cations met luupira June 10, 1S47. : don, City Clerk. o. vs-june is 5t) 1)6,,(0 ij ii(c ENTIRE SEVENTH FLOOR POPPER BLDG. 414 13th Street Between Broadway-Franklin Opposite Tribune Tower Telephone TEmpIebar 2994 Son Jose:. 28 NORTH FIRST STREET 6th Floor Commercial Bldg. Columbia 5352 amendoreldfonow1.- -f .th? e4 Code i, hereby ;,,SECC 48-65-1 INSPECTION FEE ilMjIf PRODUCER -DAIRY TVft. wd n.rP nly eV011 gf in an amount equal to ona Jldat tha-l " A1 -"ll"8 Jr gallon 4B-arket milk produced by him pnri 7,V.w xr! ii, r.fl -i 1 " rvfMg0T iioiaiag a uairy Products reared b wtidir haif .?43fe deliver the written report J E5 -If 2 ?.r ftion 4-8.66, and shall s5a the Producer f a hrin " .required direct!y to the City Treasurer SJri?iiw?-8.i!? rdwincer nojinLfitDaifV Permit thin i 1 hBJ LPoart er r,?nth,,I? a amount I bFtmadtW Produced ninety miles of tha City' Hall of 'tSS'DLSL SumV011 ' 0?'Jint per Sa,,on ,f 'Produced alf iTaE'i luaiit01 ' shall' be computed by the most direct feaait,?t. J?c?. distBC to bes selected by the Chief Dairy and? y iS-SSi.tot0vJ1,cl8 rout if such markttT,n2 i- VVlLlVilWtP Provided, however. herein reouired dli .X'.v "V,. VMir Producer's fei through the Chlif DaiV andll k1 InspfjP of Oakland: -inspection fee shall not be ' ?. t&n $i'tlll&S&nh ' In Council. Oak land, Calif., June 30. MM" -V. v' r'r raoalb- Passed to nHnt f. t. u fil- i . "f " sioowjns; vote: Ayes Cnnnait. - RlntUack'.avichr YoaVli fpN.cttCjerk. T-f .... fj.ilZ aicvracKen.? ilorcom.- R resident Beach 8 Noes None. Absen 783-Jlin "7 RM -THE-KNAVE LERY SUNDAY i . - j ' I. " i - . a . r-t ii. : . -:Ur-: - - :v--.;J..,vtJ. ... JTTZ - . . A

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