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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 38

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Oakland Tribunei
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Oakland, California
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38 Oakland Tribune, Tuesday, Jufy 1, 1952 'Ok: Hov Eastbay Servicemen Fare at Gamp and Front Because ffl 8 Charles Edward Sooy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles ID. Sooy, 1112 The Alameda, Berkeley, has been commissioned a second lieutenant With the Air? Force at James Connally Air Force Base, Waco, and is now stationed at Tyndall Air Force Base, Pan ama City, fla. Observation Squadron Six of the First Marine Aircraft Wing.

A helicopter, pilot, McCluen evacuates badly -wounded UN troops from the front lines to rear area "hospitals. A former student at the University of California, -he first entered the Marine Corps in 1942. He operated his own ice- cream business in San Leandro before being recalled to active duty. Airman 2c Robert Doporto, son of Mr. and Mrs.

Jesse Doporto, 1243 101st Avenue, is serving with the 67th Tactical Reconnaissance Wing in Korea -X ms: Sooy, a radar navigator with the flying jet interceptors, is a graduate of Berkeley High School and -holds an associate in arts degree from Menlo Colege, u--p -Try i -x 2z i'h if Kb I- Menlo Park. as a photo interpreter. His duties involve studying aerial photos taken over North Korea to locate enemy anti-aircraft weapons and artillery emplacements. A graduate of Castlemont High School, Doporto entered the Air Force in January 1951. 1 "7 V-'' E.

Sooy Lindsay i '-I- i- James R. Lindsay, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Lindsay, 6389 Broadway Terrace, has been i i Tribaa fkt Members of the building committee of Temple Beth Abraham, 327 MacArthur Boulevard, examine an architect's drawing of the proposed new $200X00 auditorium and classroom facilities for the temple. They are (left to right), Nat f.

Brodke, ce-chalrman Sam Clar, Elliot Nankin, president of temple; Herman Hertz, chairman, and Sam Epstein. if cl i commissioned a second lieuten ant and jet pilot at Webb Air Force Base, Big Spring, Tex. A graduate of St. Mary's High School, Lindsay received his Don Cupid Sees Double in Arkansas HOT SPRINGS, Ark July 1. twin flower girls, nieces of the grooms.

After a twin 1 honeymoon in Canada the four will live in the same house at Lena. Bachelor of Science degree at St. Mary's College international twin convention two -years The Dameiers were co-presidents of the? group and the Finches were chosen the most identical twins in the nation at the time. Yesterday Jthjp twins were married in a twin ceremony with GP) Twin i 31 -year-old school F. Koch G.

Dodge teachers Margaijet and Elizabeth While on a raiding party deep in enemy territory in Korea, i inch of Jonesboro met twin 39- Lake Islands Lake Champlaih includes about 50 separate islands. Lieut. Frederick A. Koch son of Mrs. E.

Caroline Koch, CpL John R. Dalton, son of Mrs. year-old farmers Elvin and Mel- vin Dameier'of Lena, 111., at an 1600 72nd Avenue, and Lieut Blanche H. Dalton, 1351 Arch Street, Berkeley, was? knocked to the ground by a sharp blow George S. Dodge, whose wife, Kathleen, lives at 1429 Euclid Avenue, Berkeley, have both on the tdp of his been released from duty after serving with the USMC Reserve Capt.

H. Perldns, acting commander of thej 12th Coast Guard District (left), presents the Treasury Department's Gallatin Award to Gerhard W. Jaehne, 67, retiring keeper of Oakland Harbor Light Station. G. Logan, nautical scientist for the district's navigation aids, looks' on.

Port Lighthouse Keeper Ends Seven -Year Vigil andCL in Korea. 1 1 Koch, a graduate of the Uni Too busy with the fighting to check for damage, he Continued with the assault. Later, after the mission was accomplished, he found that a large shell fragment had torn through he metal of his helmet and stopped at the ml i I versity of California, served as a Battery Commander during his tour of duty. He left for Korea in September 1951. Dodge, who left for Korea December, fiber inner lining.

JUST A IIEADACHE Jaehne served at such light served as an executive officer uanon only injuries were a houses as Point Reyes, Pigeon slight bruise and a headache. with the First -Marine Division. He is a graduate of Stanford Naval Aviation Cadet Brooks Point and Oakland Harbor. While at Pigeon Point, near Pes'cadero, in 1932, Jaehne rescued 11 men from I a wrecked Walker Jr, USN, son df Mr. and University.

I Gerhard W. Jaehne, keeper at the Oakland Harbor Light Station for the past seVen years, retired today after 30 years of civilian service with the U.S. Government. Jaehne was honored with the presentation of. the Albert Gal CHECK THESE LOW FARES! New York City.

Chicago ....41.65 22.80 Mrs. Brooks Walker, 121. Scenic Cadet William W. Miller, son of Mrs. Valeska Miller, 850 Avenue, Piedmont, has com fishing vessel, I he boat was Walker Avenue, is now attend caught in a sleet squall and pleted carrier qualifications for Navy pilot aboard jthe USS Cabot, cruising in Gulf of smashed to Dieces oh the rocks Dallas 31.20 near the Pigeon Point Station.

ing a six-weeks Armor ROTC summer -training course at Fort Knox, Ky. He is a senior ROTC student at the University of Mexico. He is now taking ad I Plus Tax Jaehne was commended for this action by the Coast Guard commandant in Washington. A widower, jaehne has a i BITT FOl'NO TRIP TICKETS CKETd Arizona. TOU SAVE 29 ON RETURN; TRIP URN; 1 William M.

Allen airman, vanced training at 'Corpus Christi, and will receive his Navy wings of gold upon graduating in four months. He is a former student at the Univer latin Award, one or. tne nignest Treasury Department awards given to civil service employees. The certificate was presented by Capt. H.

C. Perkins, USCG, acting commander of the 12th Coast Guard District, in ceremonies, at Coast" Guard headquarters in" San Francisco. USN, son of Mr. and Mrs. W.

M. daughter, three sons! and several grandchildren. OneJ son, Carl, Allen, 15855 Via Rivera, San Lorenzo, has reported ti or duty with Fleet i Air-Craft Service sity of California. 35, is a chief quartermaster sta BURLINGTON AMERICAN I Depot I 21st Telegraph Ave. i- -i Phone." TEmpiebar 6-4411 Airman 2c Donald Gnnn, tioned on a Coast Guard cutter Squadron 701, U.S.

Naval Air 1348 East 26th Street, is now operating out of South Portland, Station, Miramar, Calif. serving as a crew chief with the Maine. jaenne startea nis avu service career in 1922 at St. George Reef Lieht Station near Crescent City. Air Force at Naha Air Base, ii Canadian Babies He has been pahfting in oils since his youth and has shown Okinawa, i 1 I Sft Your local Agent for FREE Vocation Tour Folders Sajn Francisco his work in two At that time, lighthouses were operated by the U.S.

Lighthouse Service, but since 1939, all U.S. In 1933 only 29.5, per cent of the babies born in Canada were art exhibits. His ship paintings Capt. Robert E. McCluen, whose wife, Alberta, and mother, Mrs.

M. C. McCluen, live at 714 Collier Drive, San Leandro is have brought acfclam from art born in hospitals, but by 1950 the proportion had risen to 77 per some cases, a Hgnt stations are operated Dy the Coast Guard. After leaving St George Reef, critics and, in handsome price. cent, serving in Korea with Marine reic life U1U U1U BIGHT PROOF -90 PROOF Elt1tlffWw1 A 5 'I i S-'i'iAvj-i'fe 4 7k it if 9y and the 4 4 I.

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