Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on May 16, 1950 · Page 41
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 41

Oakland, California
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Tuesday, May 16, 1950
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- i-.Vt-. x 4 WANT ADS , PHONE TEMHEIAI 2-6000 MAIN OFFICtV 13TH AT ' FRANKLIN IN IERKELEY, 2040- ADDISON ST. OAKLAND'S i - ONLY LOCALLY QWNED, ; ' LOCALLY t CONTROLLED DAILY NEWSFAFEI - . NO. 13J iitniitii mil.;. wiuMm... win tftiii.MiTis miiuiiiiui hut im mini iitmi vol cm OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA, TUESDAY, MAY 16 1950 41 New Park to Be Dedicated Dedication ceremonies of the new Eastbay State Park will be held at 2:30 p.m. Sunday during an all-day free open noma celebration at the ,450-acrc site at 98th Avenue and Mountain Boulevard. In charge of the dedication will be the Eastbay Botanical and Zoological Soicety, which will operate the park. The ipeaker will be Gordon Graham, president of the board of trustees ef the society. Mrs. Cora Riser is chairman of the ceremonies. Invitations have been extended to Mayor Clifford. E. Rishell of Oakland and Joseph R. Knowland, chairrrlaa of the State Park Commission. FORMERLY DURANT PARK Formerly known as Durant Park, the property was recently purchased by the State Park Commissioned leased to the City of Oakland for 50 years. Oakland then sub-leased it to the Botanical and Zoological Society. On exhibition during the day will be 350 animals and more than 100 varieties of rare trees. Playing host to the public will be the 750 members of the society, who will demonstrate their various activities. The park will be open admission free all day. The day's events will start at 10 a. m. with a firing exhibition of muzzle-loading pistols and rifles on the rifle range by the Oakland Pistol Club. A horse show will be held at the riding stables at the same time. TOURS OF GROUNDS The golf range and the children's play center will also be open. Visitors are urged to bring their lunches for a noon picnic. Tours of the grounds will be held throughout the day. " A concert by the Castlemont High School Band will begin on the main lawn at 1:30 p.m., followed by the dedication ceremonies. Folk dancing exhibition will be held in the afternoon, featuring the Star Swingers and the Merry Makers. Sid Snow, ' founder and developer of the park, will continue as its director. CUB PACK SLATES DADS-SONS PICNIC BERKELEY, May 16. Annual picnic for boys and their dads will be held by Cub Pack. No. 1, Thousand Oaks School, at Indian Camp, Tilden Regional Park, from 11 a.m. to S p.m. on May 20. Combined with a field day, the family picnic will hava lunches provided by the fathers and ice cream and chocolate milk served by the committee in charge headed by Charles Bertoli and assisted by Spencer Sparks and Ian Lockhead. Charles Matlin, Cubmaster, an nounced a new pack committee appointed for the year will in elude the following: Assistant Cubroasters, Fred Col- vin, Paul Avery, Hugh O'Reilly, Victor Devighv. Henry Harris; pack committee chairman, Warren ' Webb: recording secretary and historian,' Hugh O'Reilly; treasurer, Francis Jacobus; records, W. A. Clark; advancement, Maurice Moonitz; publicity, Phil Brack; den chief advisor, Bill Maclay; equipment and pack property. Bill Ambrose; handcraft, George McCormack; sports and picnic, Charles Bertoli; special pack trips, Don Girvin; special events, John Rinne; advancement displays, John Rinne; program, A S. Leo pold, and' electrical equipment, Floyd Tinkham. Empire Day Ball Slated for Saturday "Empire Day Entertainment and Ball" will be presented by the British Commonwealth's As sociation Saturday at 8 pm. at the Veteran's Memorial Build ing, 200 Grand Avenue. ' . Included in the program wjll be Greer Olash, British singer; Colin Harvey, San Francisco Opera Company singer; Cameron Quartet, Don Williamson, Scotch Sword Dancers and other artists. Dancing will follow from 9:30 to midnight . Submarine Movie Showing Stated SAN LEANDRQ, May 1$. "Silent Service, a color movie depicting submarine activities, will be shown af t meeting jf theJSan Leandro Optimist Club tomorrow at 7 p nv, at Marty's Restaurant 1394 East 14th Street The film will be presented by Chief t JL Martinson, the local Navy Recruiting Office." f mean nht mfr CjrteQ iisssiBiiBssseR 'to if H ' 'tWit, a ' , '4 p nwvY' ' i tt . v -v Vs Jf ' ' . V ' v a' -p -A l-X" j . r - ' , v ' , I ,ir i' t I ' n , K" J awwHV - inrii'iininni n mu minii nim ni Making sure shall gat into the act the Oakland Ad Club's "Search far a Slogan" contest any vaudeville entertainer Yvonne Moray concentrates her talented 41 inches on the composition of a Community Chest campaign slogan. Backing up her efiorts Is William L Ddridge, Ad Club president. Soropfimisf Club Elects Officers SAN LEANDRO, May 16, MarVel Stepman will succeed, Olga Hirschmann as president of the San Leandro Soroptimist Club at installation ceremonies in June. She will be seated together with Norma Lucas, vice-president; Mae Cunha, treasurer; Evelyn Chest Drive Slogan Sought Next Monday, a search of prodigious proportions will . be launched in the Oakland area. Everybody, officials said, will want to get into this particular act. It's the second annual Oakland Advertising Club "Search for a Slogan contest, sponsored by the club to find a top-notch slogan for the Oakland area Community Chest's October campaign., TELEVISION IS PRIZE The reward, will be a 12 Inch television set The blond console type set, valued at $318.80, has been contributed to the Ad Club-Cominunity .Chest cause by the Bay Area's Hoffman Distributing Company. , Proving the point about everybody wanting to get into the act, one of Oakland's top vaudeville entertainers, who won't be in town for the contest, stopped rehearsals today to do just that. Tiny Yvonne Moray, 41 inch high singer, has left her slogan entry with the management of the Orpheum Theater. 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