Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on October 28, 1949 · Page 36
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 36

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4: T T - t -t I 1 .5 ... 1 'J 1 It'S. Oakland Tribune School Building f wft; ..i.-.;- '-f-v Dedication Set nicatioif ceremonies will be held today at 7;3Qjun. In the audi fArfiim of the new $594,825 Lafay mHm School " building at 17th and wr-et streets. Selmer H. Bertf, super intendent of the Oakland public -schools, announced today. Presentation of the colors by Boy Scout Club Pack No. 114 win oe followed by the pledge of allegiance and the sineine of America by the itriinrft under the direction of my Mildred ParisL Invocation will be pronounced by the Rev. Joseph A. snutn ox w. Francis de Sales Church. Florence Tillman, principal, will Introduce Carl B. Munck, Otto H. Hieb and Mrs. Cora A. Riser of the Board of Education and the following honored guests: Robert Crawford, Oakland Recreation Department; H. E. Rilea, West Oakland Improvement Club; , Chief Lester Divine and Officer W. W. Radcliffe, Oakland. Police Department; Capt. Barney Muldowney, Fire Station No. 5, Oakland Fire Department, and Leo Tavlor. former principal. Berg and Mrs. Riser, board of education director, will officially present the new school to David Ramirez, who will represent the student body. Assisting will be Mrs. Robert Bardwell of the P-TA and Leonard Yepez of the Dads Club. Following the acceptance of the school, the choral group will sing several selections and the Rev. John Dillingham of the Faith Presbyterian Church will pronounce the benediction. An "open house" program and folk dancing in the auditorium will conclude the evening's program. The new school will accommodate 770 students.' The building has 22 classrooms, a kindergarten and an auditorium in an area of 50,969 square feetN BRONZE PLAQUE TO SHOW SITE OF FIRST S.F. MINT Ceremonies dedicating a permanent bronze plaque at the site of the first U.S. branch mint in San Francisco will be held at 1215 p.m. Monday and will feature an address by Evans Woolen, president of the American Bankers Association. Woolen will be in San Francisco for his organization's convention. The dedication is under the joint auspices of the Society of California Pioneers and the California Centennial Commission. The site is at 608-10 Commercial Street, between Montgomery and Kearny Streets, the building now occupied by the McCoy Label Company. Belford Brown of the San Francisco bank is chairman of the program committee for the observance. George B. Gillin, present superintendent of the San Francisco mint, and members of the California Centennials Commission, the Pioneers Society, the Bankers Association, and the Pacific Coast Numismatic 36 Society will be in attendance. The first branch, mint in San Francisco was authorized by Con-gressJuly 3, 1852, and opened for operation April 3. 1854. Dr. L. A. Birdsall was first superintendent; J. Huston, first minter; and A. Haraszthy, first assayer. With the unveiling of the permanent plaque, provided by the Centennials Commission, the site will become State Registered Landmark No. 87. :Ma(y J.Gray Estate Valued at $124,946 , The estate of Mrs. Mary J. Gray, j widow of Superior Judge Leon E. 'l Gray, amounted to $124,946 at the : time of her death June 9, it was i . reported today. Hi Appraiser John R. Ober fixed on that total in an inventory filed in Superior Court probate proceedings. The estate principally was composed of U.S. bonds and real estate Judge Gray left her. Judge Gray died December 6, 1948. Much of his interests still were in the process of being transferred to Mrs. Gray when she succumbed. Her will was written July 1, 1947 and provided that bequests go to her daughters, Mrs. Theresa Jacobsen, . 2340 Bywood Drive, and Mrs. Louise : Nilson, Mt View. The greater portion is given to Mrs. Jacobsen. J Although Mrs. Jacobsen is be-queathed business stores at 2946 and 2953 College Avenue, Berkeley, she Is to pay net income from them in monthly installments to Mrs. Nil- 4 son. Mrs. Jacobsen gets business locations at 3264-3268 Grand Avenue outright, as well as the Gray home at 616 Boulevard Way. The residue is to be shared by the - sisters. Mrs. Jacobsen is named executrix. dfiBa mm NOW BUT FACTORY OIKECT frn BROWN BROS. EtUklishc Over 4 Tears. RETAIL at StJ Brwa RrB. Prlc $E99 MEN LUGS Dfe Vcristy NtI McrekutlM Mtk Iith AN T. M rBy . SUr r riititMl tin v Tkr4tr BvMlars -fc.i.., a ... ... ........ Friday, Oct. 28, 1949 txr m& n r, H r if IliiiH 1 ' ".pv. v. v".r. v,'.'.-.v.v. .-.-. v.'.v r-y.i - w. w.v. v .v.. ' . '."fffflW- ,waw,v ji.v. v.-fi&tf' . ..v:'.-:,?;,'f.vA 'Vi Vi iVi " "A, - -' s K zf '-4 The new Lafayette School building at 17th and West Streets will be dedicated tonight. Constructed at a cost oi $594,825, the education plant Includes 22 classrooms, a kindergarten and an auditorium. An "open house and entertainment program will follow the ceremonies tonight in which local civic leaders will take part. RADIO AERIAL SOUGHT FOR RECEPTION IN POSEY TUBE County authorities today received a plea to install an aerial stretching from Oakland, to Alameda in the' Posey Tube to accommodate motorists, who listen with rapt attention to their car radios. The request came to the Board of Supervisors from the Alameda Junior Chamber of Commerce. Daniel J. Rourke, chamber secre tary, petitioned: The recent installation ,bf an aerial in the tunnel on the Bay Bridge has created a great deal of interest in our town. As you know. our main thoroughfare to Oakland and other parts of the Bay area is the Posey Tube. "Daily through this tube thou sands of automobiles enter and leave Alameda. Since the recent installation on the Bay Bridge many people have asked why an aerial could not or is not installed in the Posey Tube. "You may be aware of how annoying it is to have an interesting program interrupted when the climax is about to unfold or the better part of an important news broad O BRAND NEW SETS DEMONSTRATORS ALL MAKES u PORTABLE RADIOS PHONOGRAPHS WIRE RECORDERS This is your chnnce-of-a-lifetimc. SAVE NOW WHILE THIS SALE LASTS! Day now for Christmas. t cam 12th and CLAY tor CD Airport Inforaation g maft3M ana Directory Service ICoast to coast total ! : to heb Area vou. BfeCJYORH1 St.UuU79.tO : I INfOmitATlON 41 .v..s.. k - 4 V f mm - , cast is cut off in the middle. This invariably happens when going through the tube. "We have been informed by the General Electric Corporation that an aerial could be successfully installed in the Posey Tube without incurring above-normal expenses." The total length of the covered portion of the tunnel is 3545 feet. The Yerba Buena tunnel aerial is being operated on an experimental basis. If an aerial is strung in Posey Tube, to really radio waves by induction to automobile aerials, it would be the first such under water system on the Pacific Coast. The supervisors asked County Engineer Wallace B. Boggs to report back on the plausibility and cost of installation. Highway Ready Soon SACRAMENTO, Oct. 28. (JP) State Highway Engineer George T. McCoy today announced November 7 as the completion date for improvement of 1.4 miles of Route 53 in Lake County north of Putah Creek. The job is being done at a cost of $141,000. LATEST MODELS vr OPEN TO 9 P.M. TUES.&THURS. rotromtircirf AffQvmoir i ii L 9 ' AIDS . . 1 ' ' ' r" f- , ' f ' " ' ,0 ? '' if , 4. ' - I ' " '''I ' " ' , vs' S'' N - ' V ' 1 Halloween Party To Be Costume Ball BERKELEY, Oct 28. Annual Halloween party of the Berkeley Junior Chamber of Commerce will take the form of a costume mas querade to be held tomorow night at La Honda Bowl, El Sobrante. Chairman Dick Penney said prizes for the most humorous and original costumes will be awarded, Priceless 4th Century ororue AvloIdtesvara from Ceylon. Courtesy of the Aluseum of Fine Arts, Boston t Treasure from India f India's most treasured tea Vl Slow-grown on the high slopes of the Himalayas V Blended with choice garden Ceylons and Indias j J Picked at their mellow, ripened best Jjj x$ " To bring you the most distinctive tea flavor I I fV J v J (jj niY rcc Tea today. In bags or packages. Y f ftl The teas in Tree Tea are so perfectly balanced lrl I that you get the best in each. I' tl I jji j .rtimirt"'"'"! I j P J" Council llllll KeyComplainisi :, ComnlaintS v asralnst YT SnMi Transit Lines service will 1e con sidered r at a meetinir of the Oak land , City Council v transportation adjustment committee next Thursday afternoon. ' " , : Councilman RavmnrMl TL Pae chairman of the committee, said representatives of the company will ok inviiea to anena the meeting. Other members of the committee named by Mayor Cliff ord Ev Rishell are: Councilwoman Florence 1 I. Fletcher Councilmen Douglas Sweeney and Scott Weakley' and Loren East, city public utilities engineer arid rate expert - The council is scheduled to consider final passage of an ordinance granting the Key System a 25-vear franchise for operation of transpor tation lacilitiei in the city on November 15. CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAYS BRAND TRUNK RAILWAY SYSTEM Tbe PASSENGER AND TICKET OFFICE Monday, October 31, 1949 Suite 501-504 Shreve Bldg 210 Post Street Phone SUtter 1-1321-San Francisco 8, CaL (Formerly located at 648 Market Street) WM. H. HAPP, General Agent THE RAILWAY TO tVERYWXIRI XM CANADA BERKELEYrMAN EM: PRISOil FO!?. CAFE ARSON : . Convicted of trying to burn down his cafe for insurance carried on it Homer Cosby, 34, 1520 Tyler Street Berkeley, today started serving t a 1 to 10 year San Quentin term. Superior, Judge Charles Wade Snook pronounced sentence yester day. ! The conviction was on Cosbv's attempt to destroy his restaurant at 3030 Sacramento Street last March 7. The fire was extinguished after one person had been severely burned. Evidence presented by Asst Dist Atty. Folger Emerson and Deputy John Pettis, convinced the court that arson was committed with the aim of obtaining money to build a new cafe. opening of their New ias most treasurer " - 1 '.f as t ,v " lit' Ait Loo; for this signature. It identifies one of America's rrrortf- nvinoQ 1 J22 A FIFTH Angela Petri Vinerardi, "Eacalsa, READ WOOD SOANES EVERY DAY d tea 6 .rl t I v ' 1 7 ft- . ; . T-jj 1 i l si 2 x 1 1 I Caltfi' PatvaH, 17th Ceatury masterpfece of So3th Indian cculptur -: ? - f ; 8 S 5-

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