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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 18

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 18

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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18 Oakjshd Monday, Dec. 15, 1947 Shade Cloth Firm Buys Factory Site Purchase of a 10-acre site at Wpi Nimitz End! 42-Year Navy Career; Hids for California 132nd Avenue and Merced streets GEN. MARK CLARK'S PET COCKER FOUND AFTER AWOL SPREE COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo, Dec. 15. P) Twelve days of freedom ended today for a seven-month-old cinnamon-colored cocker span 18 0 for a new $250,000 factory and distribution warehouse was mad" o-day by the California Shade Cloth U-ULJU Company of San Francisco. ITT WASHINGTON. OJ.R) Fleet Admiral Chester Nimitz retired as Chief of NavijSDperations iel named Swift who went AWOL during a stopover here, on his way from New York to Gen. Mark Clark imimm in San Francisco. today and headed for California and a long-awaited I Nimitz, the ed strategist who commanded! She Pacific Fleet to victory duri'r thei war, turned over the Navy'SH'fJo- I Post to Admiral Louis E. Beheld, Nimitz' retirement voluntary and his aides made it fckm that the wayue omiw, company vice-president, said construction of the first unit, which will comprise 60,000 of floor space, will be undertaken immediately. It is expected to be 'completed next March or April, he said. Shade cloth, linoleum and other products will be manufactured at the new location. Smith said. urm in charge of construction is the Indenco Company of 656 31st Street. I The Alameda County New Industries Committee of the Oakland Chamber of Commerce assisted firr in locating a favorable site. admiral, a veteran of 4g years of Swift was "taken into custody" at the Babcock Banch, six miles east of Colorado Springs, while foraging for breakfast in a pig pen. The pup was noticeably thinner than when he first escaped from the transient barracks at 15th Air Force on December 3. Air Force officials wired Clark and the general instructed that Swift a Christmas gift of New York friends, be turnfed; over to a veterinarian and be shipped by air express "as soon as he could traveL" naval service, was not- sompieieiy terminating his connectjq with the The 62-year-old acfcfciral will make his home somewhere in California and have an in the 12th Naval District at Francisco. that assignment won him a high place in U.S. naval history. His successor as chief of naval operations also comes up from the post of Pacific Fleet commander. The 56-year-old Denfeld did destroyer duty during World War I. That was followed by submarine duty and then more destroyer 'assignments. At the beginning of World War II Denfeld was in London as special observer for the Atlantic Fleei and later became chief of the Bureau of Naval Personnel in Washington. He left this assignment to become commander-in-chief of the Pacific Fleet Annapolis Unveils Statue of Hafsey ANNAPOLIS, Dec. 15. (JP) The Naval Academy museum had a new statue today of Fleet Admiral William F. Halsey, and Halsey hoped the bronze likeness would not represent him, "but rather the lion-hearted team of men that I had serving under me during the war." Harold Stassen, Republican presidential aspirant and Halsey's former flag secretary, made a brief address yesterday formally presenting the sculpture, done by Wheeler Williams of New York. A former Navy captain. Stassen said Halsey's famed Third Fleet "in DRY CLEAHIHG It's a fact that Gensler-Lee are leaders In 'Diamonds! Our 20-store buying power means better Diamond values for you! Call and sea our NEW store and 'the great dismay of fina Diamoods! And, of course, Gensler-Lee credit terms are liberal! 47; 7r.14tfe Street Between Broadway and Washington SUITS OVERCOATS DRESSES TROUSERS SKIRTS BLOUSES' SWEATERS Heads Texas 'Naff AUSTIN, Dec; Sj. (ff) Admiral Chester W. Ujmitz who retired as chief of lf.S. naval operations was given.4 new job chief of the Texas navy. Gov. Beauford H. Jesler today designated Nimitz, tf, native Texan, as "chief of nvl operations of the Texas "RSvy." He commented that he did not think the duties woulf be burdensome. Bl 1 I I I ,1 I It K. j. I I 1111 CLEANED AND PRESSED flicted upon the enemy greater losses than had ever been dealt out in all history by the fleet of any Cash and Carry DRAPERIES Ol'K SPLC1ALTT We Operate Our Own Plant Hats Cleaned and Blocked COMPLETE LAUNDRY SERVICE 5 OAKLAND 8TORES to SERVE SOU! (Plant) 8516 Adeline 1411 Peialta 153S Teletraph 803 Linden 6703 Shatter at Collet aamirai of any nation. "And such were his qualities of leadership through it all that a million men still say with pride, with affection, with respect, 11 served with Halsey'." i i From there he will act, in an advisory capacity to Secretary of Defense James V. Secretary of Navy John L. Stfjivan. But that will come his "long vacation," part of whjcJi will be spent as a "baby sitte" in San Diego at the home of daughter, Mrs. James T. Lay ami; her three children. At least, thjs the immediate task Nimitz hks set for himself. That job will be far different than the work he has been ad to, and much easier than the the late President Roosevelt gav jjm in December, 1941. It was thii; just after Pearl Harbor, that the Nimitz was 'made corneiander-in-chief of the Pacific Flefef; with one order smash the Japanese navy. His thoroughness in carrying out Yes Gensler-Lee Diamonds Than Any Other Jeweler in the Entire West! i West's Largest Jewelers GOO SPECIALIZING IN DIAMONDS AND WATCHES ARTS AND CRAFTS CO-FOUNDER 'DIES AT HOME HERE Funeral services wjjfc be held Wednesday for Mrs. Eaetitia S. Meyer, co-founder of tlje- California College of Arts and Cratt who died last night at her hom, 1635 East JTdDmnAdJ 22nd Street. yt Mrs. Meyer, 87, native-of Boston, came to Stockton with her parents as a child arsgT attended school there. She taught in the A fine car made finer WWy Stockton Public Scholg until her marriage to Frederick in 1902. The California College Arts and Crafts was founded ini if 07 by Mr. and Mrs. Meyer in c-operation with Isabelle P. West 'ad the late Perham W. Nahl. A reception was held the College recently by the rAliimni Society, at which time perpetual scholarship was presented to the College in honor of founders "for their advancement if art education in the West." Mrs. Meyer is survived by Mr. Meyer, a daughter, "Babs," two nieces, Marjorie Macphslrson and-Mrs. Prentice C. Whiff, former faculty member of thh College, a grand-nephew, Wharff and a sister-in-law 3rs. James T. Summerville. 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