Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 18, 1950 · Page 11
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · Page 11

Oakland, California
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Tuesday, April 18, 1950
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, P. .. T' T' 7 U 4 : Hart H. North Funeral Today Private funerajLfervices we're held here today for Hart Hyatt North, 78, pioneer California resident and former itatt and Federal government official. He died of a heart attack Sunday at his home, 2414 Prospect Street, Berkeley. - A native of Marysville, Mr. North had personal memories of Gen. John A. Sutter, owner of the mill near Coloma where fold was discovered and builder of Sutter's Fort at Sacramento. His father was a close friend of Sutter and Mr. North recalled the general's last visit to the state in the late 1870s when he stayed at the North home. ;One of the oldest practicing attorneys in the state, Mr. North Was admitted to practice in 1892. . He was a retired hbrnnsry member of the State Bar of California. "After representing Oakland in the State Legislature in 1896 and 1898, Mr. North was named U.S. commissioner of immigration for the Western states, a post he held until 1910. During this period! fe ejavtimHUgratlott ja trol along the Mexican border. A recognized authority on marine law, he was active in his law practice until his death. .Mr. North, a 50-year Mason, was a member of Oakland Lodge No. 188 F. and A M., and the Sons of the American Revolution. Avidly interested in California hjstory, ha also was a member of the State Historical Society. He is survived by his . widowr Mrs. Emma Morgan North, a son, Morgan North; a sister, Miss Maude Louis North, and a grandson. Services were under the direc tion of the Albert Brown Mortu ary. I .. i . i L , " ? f r a 1 f - i'j?xij.t.. 'i i. - ' 1 : . 'Ii'- "- " 1 I art. ,.,ii.,i.v .-wa,. I 3 r, B Q o fr- c Examine a road testing machin which Is being used to determine the roughness of Oak land afreets art- deft to light) John W. Shupe, rtaearch assistant of the Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering at lbs University of California, which is conducting the. tests; Charles A. Reed, city engineer, and H, 8. Xaulbach, city maintenance engineer. Theater $1197 to Red Cross To Hold Open Meeting 1 ALAMEDA, April 18. Em- ALAMEDA, April 18. The ployees of the Alameda school Alameda Civic Music Theater system have contributed $1197.61 ... ... ,. j y j , will hold an open meeting at tn the Anmerla Red Cms ram- r paign. tripping their $1000 quota, 7:30 P m- Monday at the Alameda the Red Cross reported today. High School Little Theater to Otto Keim, campaign chairman, I discuss clans for a new musical commended the efforts of Dr. Wil- , . ham G. Paden. Dr. Donald Rode-;'-''"f r their campaign vohm ue51on present me m- teers in the schools, mer program was Uken as a re- Keim also announced that Ala-'sult of the strong public support member of Tf." .TiJIl" V01"1 ' ,35,770,of the group's recent production the Claremont Country Club. i v'"' Suntivors include his widow,! i . J T.Hn Porter wirh.rH.- . rfK. Alameda vxranrs ter, Mrs. Lesley Farrar, and a Dranddmiehter Mn Stanlev Ree all of Oakland. ' ! ALAMEDA, April 18. Build- wU1 provide for t gtronf ch0ru's. Ulysses G. Richards Funeral services will be held tomorrow for Ulysses Grant-Richards, retired Reneral manager of the E. K. Wood Lumber Company, u.k. AiA . t,;. k. S ti a ' j tick and loo noscmouni nnaa. A native of New York, Mr Richards came to this area 32 years ago. He was a m comedies interwoven with popular music. Machine-Tests City's Streets " A road-lgsfihg machine de veloped by the Federal Bureau of Public Roads and improved by the Institute of Transportation and Traffic Engineering of (he University of California is being used to determine the roughness of Oakland streets. The machine is one of 10 in operation throughout the United States used by the institute to compile a yearly composite report of the condition of the country's' roads. On the single-wheeled machine, which is pulled by an automobile, are two dials one which indi cates the roughness of the pave-j mem in incnei per nuie ana another which makes a graph of the roughness. Oakland's best street has 60 inches of roughness per mile. while the worst street has 300 inches ot roughness per mile, ac cording to H. S. Kaulbach, city; maintenance engineer. Kaulbach said that the city's ivugii.ei vvmi niv svitcuuivu AVI j immediate repair. He pointed out : that Oakland has resurfaced about 100 miles of streets in the past 1A year, niost fit Jhem in the j; residential areas. Operating the machihe for the! Oakland tests is John W. Shupe, research assistant of the U.C. institute. Oakland Tribune, Tuesdjy, April ! 8, 1950 u AID SOUGHT FOR SUMMER CAMP .i --LAMEjJAAriL 18. Funds are being sought by the Alameda Social Service Board to aid its summer camp program for children. A two-week camp stay costs $35 per child, Mrs. Phyllis Mc-Coskey, executive secretary of the board, points out, and Alameda organizations are being contacted to aid in the program. Last year 71 children were sent to summer camps through the pro gram. Club to Meet ALAMEDA, April 18. Members of the Mizpah Sewing Club will meet at noon Thursday at the' home of Cecile Nelson, 1121 T Park Avenue. DuPont Paint Service f 28 Harrison (Cor. 9th) Phone HI 4-0634 Sponsors, for 28 children have been secured- thus far this y All agencies dealing with family problems in Alameda have a hand in the selection of children to be sent to the camps. Organizations and private dti- interested in thrwlrirtv urged to contact the sodal strrteei office at 2228 'Santa. Clara At nue. 1 tiLj j j SaveOne-teil & j I OHIT 4 HOOtSI . Vr5T - 1 - - j - w lew lor i 2 Building Permit! of "The Desert Song," officials of the organization said. The program to be presented, an interlude before the fall pro duction of 'The Vagabond King, Services will be held at 11 a m i&t permits for two new dwell-;whii. -tin n-rmittin Individual in the Tower Chapel of Mountain ltiP one of them duplex, werelgingers to be heard. View Cemetery. (granted last weefcin Alameda.j Seition, wiu be madt from according to Building Inspector ttM ru and muglcal To Describe Concerts A permit for jn,ooo was issued ALAMEDA, April 18. Harry i to Mrs. H. Neal for the duplex at PennelL president of Alameda 2247 San Antonio Avenue. An Community Concerts, will de-,$11,000 permit was issued to J. R. cribe the work of his organize-tHarmola for a five-room home at tion in a talk and motion picturea1010 Post Street, exhibition at a luncheon of the' Total of all permit, including Alameda Kiwanis Club tomorrow a number of repairs, alterations at the Hotel Alameda. and minor additions, was $39170. f tllfkU mf H Mmlt CHU LOWIST COST . 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