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Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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T7 Oakland Tribune, Friday, April 14, 1950 31 TWO UX. OFFICIALS ARE ON S.F. CONVENTION PROGRAM Chapel Dedication Marks Divinity School Commencement Week Oakland Dairy Farm Purchased Two University of California officials are taking key roles in making arrangements for the national convention of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars snJ Admission Offi- cers, to be held in San Francisco at U.C's Davis campus, la eot next week, vention news chairman. Cobtbw Herman A. Spindt, TJ.C.

direc- tion activities, starting April IT tor of admissions in Berkeley, is and ending April 21, will in charge of workshop sessions centered at the Fairmont and and Howard B. Shontz, recorder Mark Hopkins Hotels Speaker at the annual alumni luncheon will be Rev. Gordon D. Forbes, member of the class of BERKELEY, April 14. Dedication of "a chapel honoring Dr.

Claiborne Milton Hill, former president, will mark commence Sale of the Diamond Dairy, local milk-processinf and distributing firm, was announced here today by the former owners Jack 1932. ment week at Berkeley Baptist 7-1: Kt'Mi Los Banos to Stage Fate Parade May 7 LOS BANOS, April 14. A mammoth centennial parade is planned here May 7 as part of the Los Banos May Day Festival, officials announced today. Divinity School, Dwight Way and Hillegass Avenue. President Sari lord Fleming has set the dedication of the chapel for 3 p.m, April 30, as highlight of commencement week festivities starting April 28.

Other major events of the week will include a senior luncheon with the school faculty Friday noon, an alumni luncheon and annual meeting on May 2, followed by the school's annual dinner the same night at 5:30 o'clock and climaxing at 8 The May Day Festival held in conjunction with the Merced County Spring Fair and Livestock Show, will offer a diversi fied program running from a Queen's banquet to a greased pig contest. It will open May 4 and" end May 7 with the parade. E. Silva and Frank J. Ortman.

Amount of the transaction was not revealed. New owner of the dairy, headquartered at 4708 Grove Street since 1934, is Orral M. Anwyl, former president of the Oakland Board of Playground Directors and a former official of the Golden State Company, Ltd. 7 The Diamond Dairy, founded In 193,0, is one of the largest independent milk distributors in the Metropolitan Oakland area, processing between 5500 and 3000 gallons of milk daily. Anwyl managed the East Bay division of Golden State from 1936 to 1948, at which time he was transferred to Lbs Angeles as manager of the company's entire Southern California operations.

At the time of his departure the playground directors, and a member of the Athens Club, the Rotary Club and the Industrial Athletic Association. that 'no change in operational procedures or personnel of the dairy company is planned at present. A two-day rodeo is planned p.m. with commencement. Speaker at graduation exercises at First Baptist Church will Dr.

A. T. Ohrn, executive secre during the affair aa are exhibits of about 700 head of cattle from seven Central Valley counties. tary of the Baptist World Alliance At Ntsr At Yom TUpbom Ny now 3 1 '3 1 20-plec. itt for four jMsi now 6W 7M Calvin Prosser (right).

22. of 209 Ghormley Avenue, a Jather who will also deliver the address at the chapel dedication. A Norwegian, who received his theological training in the United Statpi" arid then native country to become an outstanding denomination leader. Dr. Ohrn recently assumed his pres ent post, with headquarters in enpprhjlee, recelrea oa-tha-Job tredntog frqm Tonmaa Jamas Stack as port of flit local training program.

GRADUATIONJONORiJOLTEE LATHER APPRENTICES MAY 18 Complete open stock available at We nit Jure complete stock Pmttem, Desert Rote, ivy, Ttempm, MetrmpoUtmn, Fruit. CM Chicken Dinner of the prominent" leaders at the quinquennial meeting of the Bap-tis't World Alliance in Cleveland next August, when church leaders from Europe, Asia, Oceania and the Americas will; Delivered Hot to Ten lather apprentices who, "Splendid results have been mm 2' Yom Door for inspiration and have completed three years of achieved In training skilled, assemble 25 pUcount Run of tht kiln. 25-var fMaranfM against erasing ana disoloHnf. Heirs 10 s.w ts I avarj if axoaat Raaitf Rose City Pottery at tht International Kitchen NILES, CALIFORNIA Photi.

Nfles 45)7 Drive through Htywri on mm highway, tmm tithe bm first rotJ beyond NUei 0 to Dmmhmrto Bridge Hoai. a mil A Mmt tort, Chlekni with lib- tuuM far Ida, ihM itrtnf po- mmlj Sf.7 tatoca, aalad and not stoked a at roUa. aar aitaaam. 4211 itimvA Ave. on-the-job training and related' craftsmen to meet the demands; counsel night school instruction will take; for lath and plaster in home Work is being rushed on the part in the third annual mass, building tnd Class A construct! graduation of apprenuces at the through cloI co.operation of; dedication program, Fleming said.

Oakland Auditorium May 18. I abo id stained glass windows have been Lairs' mtChAptriiD.vidson,.busineM esenUtive'd-d other last-minute Sorority to Present Eighth 'Jabberwock' BERKELEY, April 14. Eighth annual "Jabberwock," sponsored by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority at University of California, will be presented tomorrow at 8 p.m. at Berkeley High School Little Theater. Theme of the presentation will be "Avenue Anywhere." Proceeds will be used to augment the sorority scholarship fund for high ai i.

i tr: so tra Costa Counties, said the fol- Members of the Joint Appren-lowing residents of this area will, ticeship Committee in addition to "graduate at the ceremony: Hoover are: vernon large ana; Harold A. Terry, Niles; Earl'Alvin Coelho, employer mem-j school graduates. Competing for awards fd th R. Pratt, 209 Ghormley Avenue; bers; August Lambert, secretary, Easier Spring Rov L. Crowell, 1244 94th Ave- and Art Jorgensen and Jim nn- Talvin J.

Prosser. 209: Rarkus. emnlnve members. Ad Ghormley Avenue; "Jerry '-A. Nilesij visory members are -Joseph Bi 4024 Altamount Avenue; CharJes Chambers, field representative of Year after year for nearly 20 years more and more Users agree C.

Morgan, 2322 Mam Avenue, the State Division of Apprentice-Richmond; William A. George, ship Standards, and Fred Man-16182 Via Desonso, San gelsdorf of Laney Trade Tech. Phillip E. George, 16182 Via De-j The lathers are one of the 45 sonso, San Lorenzo; F. Peter- Joint Apprenticeship Committees sen, 9235 Omega Street, Castro co-operating in the largest mass Valley, and G.

R. Dickson, 2269 graduation of apprentices in the Auseon Avenue. Nation, according to E. H. Ver- On-job training of lather ap- non, general chairman of the prentices includes both interior: over-all labor-management com-and exterior lathing on wood-; mittee.

A total of 600 apprentices frame, Class and steel-frame will be honored at the ceremonies construction as well as light iron on May 18. best original playlets will be a dance group directed. by Ruth. Beckford, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Zeta Phi Beta Sorority and Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity. The epilogue and prologue wll be presented by Delta pledges.

An original song by Mrs. Mary Frances Everhart will be sung by Zephyr Wilson. Dances also will be directed by Mrs. Mary Mc-Kinney. Mrs.

Opal Massey is general chairman, with Mrs. Julia Overstreet as co-ordinator. Enos in Club Talk M. F. (Pat) Enos, candidate for sheriff, addressed the Oakland Chiropractors Breakfast Club at a recent meeting.

A release from his campaign headquarters said Enos "spoke on Juvenile delinquency and gave the doctors some tt the highlights on the causes ef such delinquency." Hon $mA bed furring, welding, metal trim and fUghH Daily to Majaf Cifiaa LOWEST COST AIICOACH Call screeds, and corner beads. Ap- prentices attend Laney Trade Tech two nights a week where they learn to work out the craft problems they ar confronted with in their daily work under the instruction of Journeyman! Charles Conk. A.I.D.S. YUfcan t'7t7 MaaMvrl M7II aT 'makes vour REG. U.S.

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