Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 16, 1954 · 8
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 8

Oakland, California
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Friday, April 16, 1954
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E Oakland Tribair,' Friday, April 1 6, 1 954 7 1 1 4 4 i , Suit Filccl) to Diode Frcovyay Job on Mountain Boubvarcl Mrs.aFayetta H. Philip, Oakland real estate broker and Mont-clair district property- owner, has filed an injunction suit 'in Alameda County Superior Court seeking to halt construction of the freeway on Mountain Blvd. under existing plans. ' ; The ' suit in general ; charges that the . freeway wili. destroy business In, the' area; by: narrowing .'thet present business : street and destroying present off-street parking areas., . ; The .court is asked to prevent removal of. water mains at a cost of : approximately $33,000; unnecessary narrowing of Moraga Ave. from 85 to 52 feet; excavation of a 200 by 25 foot hole for Couple Given j. Terms for. Dope; j-Willie Tmiern, of 2612 Grove St;, Oakland,' and' his wife, Emma, 25,. today were t ; given prison . sentences - and fines .by Federal District Judge George B. Hraris in San Francisco for sale and ; possession of narcotics and for -conspiracy." W Trader was. sentenced to j 10 years in prison and fined $500. His ' wife ; received : a ' five-year sentence and a $100 fine, ifiai on . Frazier's b San Leandro Chamber of Com-Tneodore 33. of 828 36th St, and the underpass at La Salle Ave.; elimination of present off -street parking areas; reconstruction! of Moraga Ave. and Mountain Blvd.; before the highway unit' is com pleted; and; other requests. "' Mrs. Philip filed n injunction against Joint Highway District No.v 26 and its hoard, a year ago but dismissed ' the . action after extensive . conferences with the officials.', - v - . V" . : Editor Appointed SAN LEANDRO,, April 16. Frank M. King, manager-of the xnerce, has been appointed, editor of the California Service Bulle tin, Evelyn Dyerr 2$, of the same address. -The four were arrested February 10 , r Council OK's Fund tci Improve Lalco; Morr.it Duck Islands ; An ordinance ' appropriating $13,94? for the improvement of five, duck islands in Lake' Mer-ritt was approved by the Oakland City Council today Park Superintendent William Penn Mott Jr. told the council the appropriation will complete the sea walls and planting; by June 30 of what he termed the oldest?bird refuge in the United Stotes."'r!!.---..i-.. :-i-- I Only one ? of i the islands is natural The other; four; have been filled; in during the. past, year. This has teen done by; means or a fill f road winding from island to island which will be destroyed later.' ' 1 Mott said each island will be planted so as to' form a' different habitat for the various birds that come here." He said the Univer sity of California and the " U.S. J Fish and Game Commission win , iwyn an : . niui . v i , fewM department in using the islands III VTUWAWV AAM...m.MW.M ' Part of the money will be used to complete J70-car parking lot on the lake shore near the duett w feeding grounds. ASPHALT TILE 9x9 B Group Tribaa ahato Accepting & 1833 traffic court award of th Amerfccm Bar" Association from Milton W. Dobranalry (center) attorney and association member, ore (from leftj Judge Homer W. Buckler Judge C Stanley Wood, Judge William C McGuiness. and Mayor Clifford E. RisheH Oakland won the award for "excellence ki traffic cowrt performance." Traffic Court Earns Award The 1952-53 traffic court award for excellence of the American Bar Association was presented to the City of Oakland yesterday during a brief ceremony at the Oakland City Council meeting. Making the award was Oakland Attorney Milton Dobrzen-sky, who said, "This city is to be congratulated on having such a splendid court. The judges have done a fine job in improvement of traffic court procedures." He said the honorable mention award came after 15,000,000 traffic cases in U.S. cities with populations between 350,000 and 500,-000 persons had been analyzed. Mayor Clifford E. Rishell accepted the award for the city. He congratulated Municipal Court Judges William McGuin-ess, Honier W. BuckleyTand C. Stanley Wood, all of whom presided in the court during the award period. . , 34 Jaywalkers Afoul of Law - The hottest day of the year enticed pedestrians into the streets yesterday,; and police cited 34 of them for jaywalking. The breakdown: Oakland 20 Richmond 4 Thursday's citations bring the total for 1954 to 3,589. U.C. Students Promote " ' ''' 1 ')'!' Goodwill Tour of Asia BERKELEY, April 16. A group of 50 University of California students today are making plans to send eight of their members on a iO-week goodwill study four of Pakistan, Indian and Ceylon. Known on the campus as "Project PIC," the group is divided into 30 students who have signified their interest in actually making the tour, and 20 interested in working toward closer international relations between U.S. and southern Asiatic students, bur who-for various reasons are unable to actually make the trip. Project PIC is a continuation of an earlier tour made by eight students from the Berkeley campus last year. ADVISES GROUP Dr. Richard L. Park, assistant U.C. professor of political science, who is recognized as one of the foremost authorities on South Asia, has been advising the group. The entire undertaking has been student - conceived, organ ized and directed, and originally was planned Jjy a ' U.C" student group in February, 1953. " The students this week have issued a 45-page booklet describ ing the history, impressions, and achievements ol last year's visit The booklet is being distributed to persons who made their trip possible through donations. According to Keith Sexton, 23- year-old ore-law student, and this year are presenting a big chairman of the group, finances problem. , j Sexton said that last years trip cost $27,000, of which all but $10,000 was raised through m dividual contributions. "Actually, we have about 80 cents in our treasury now" Sex ton explained.: Students who participated in last year's project have delivered 200 speeches .before Bay Area civic and service groups, churches, veterans organizations and political groups. PURPOSE OUTLINED ' As Sexton explains-it, the pur pose of the visits to Pakistan, India and Ceylon is to permit American students . interested in Asia to become familiar with the Asiatic people and, their prob lems, , The value of the trip from the standpoint of exchanging views on social, cultural, economic and political issues have immense importance, he said. 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