Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on October 5, 1952 · 26
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 26

Oakland, California
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Sunday, October 5, 1952
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" -' t. - " : . . ... "' ... . Thm Rev. Malcolm H. Mine has assumed thm pastoral ol SL Andrew's Episcopal Church. St. Andrew's Has New Pastor Conducting his first services today as pastor of St. Andrew's Episcopal Church will be the Rev. Malcolm H. Miner. The minister formerly served as vicar of Christ Episcopal Church, South Barre. Mass., and Christ Memorial Church in North Brookfield, Mass.; in addition he was pastor of various Methodist churches before ha entered the Episcopal ministry. A native of Massachusetts, he attended the American International College and University of Maine and took his theological work at Bangor Theological Seminary and Berkeley Divinity School. New Haven, Conn. The Rev. and Mrs. Miner and twin daughters. Linda and Donna, are at hme at the rectory at 8137 Fontaine Street. Building in Berkeley Hit $85,274 Mark j BERKELEY, Oct -4. Berkeley's building permits totaled $33,274 for the week as construction was started on five new living units as follows: H. W. Campbell, dwelling. 30 Hazel Road. $21,560; Kenneth W. Currier, dwelling. 20 Latham Lane, $3000; Rufus Henry, duplex, 1818 Derby Street, $11,000; D. D. Hardenbrook. dwelling, 775 Creston Road. $16,000. Other permits included a carpet shop at 1333 San Pablo Avenue for T. M. HartwelL, costing $6500. ! 26-A Oakland Tribune, Sunday, Oct. 5, 1952 Parents File $75,000 Suit In Fatal Crash A $75,000 wrongful death suit has been filed in Alameda County Superior Court as a result of an auto-truck crash west of Valleio a year ago, in which two youths were lulled and live outer per tons injured. The action was filed in behalf of the parents of Marcellus (Red) Jennings, 14, who died in a Richmond hospital a few hours after the head-on collision four miles west of the Mare Island Navy Yard on Highway 48. The parents are Mr. and Mrs. Amos Jennings, 769 25th Street, Richmond. Named as defendants in the complaint filed by San Francisco Atty. Jay A. Darwin are Mr. and Mrs. Crawford Malone Sr., owner of the automobile driven by their son, Crawford Jr., 17, who was killed instantly; Joseph Jones, 50, 1716 Estuary Boulevard, Oakland, driver of the west-bound truck that figured in the crash; and Evelyn Arnold, special administrator of th Crawford Malone Jr.. estate. The Malones lived at 848 South 24th Street, Richmond and were , among those injured in the crash, i St. Jarlath's Will Give Fall Festival The Very Rev. Thomas Sca-, hill. Dan of the Clergy of Alameda County and administrator of SL Jarlath's Parish, announces that the church's Fall Festival will be held November 21-23. Phillip Paine and Mrs. E. F. Mc-Namara have been appointed general chairmen. Others named for the festival, in which proceeds will go to the Building Fund, are Father Clyde Tillman, treasurer, assisted by Edward Rocha and Mrs. Arthur Horsell: tickets, Leo Cabral; publicity, Mrs. James MacMil-lan; ham and bacon booth. Tom Fitzgerald; country store, George Lewis; cakes, Mrs. Frank Terry; needlework. Mrs. Joseph Gallagher; poultry, Jim MacMillan; toys, Mrs. James Gibson and Mrs. Pete Robino; mystery booth, Mrs. Robert Chaffey; beverages, John Collins; Sunday dinner, Mrs. Robert McNair; movies, Charles Dettwiller; personnel, Walter Violich andirs. William Carstens, and prizes, Eddie Abood. Children's afternoon on Thursday, November 20, will be sponsored by the Mothers' Club, under the direction of Mrs. William Carstens, president Meetings are held each Monday at 8 p.m. in the school auditorium. i ' .. ... hxt ' : A I 1 ! f ' v. 1 S - 7t - , v 4 1 Trlban phat Thm Vary Rarr. Thomas F. ScahilL pastor of St. Jarlath's Church, dumps ths first spadeful of aarth In yesterday's groundbreaking ccramonles for a new $8004)00 church. Looking on ars (from left) Michael Walsh, David Moyles. the ReT. Clyde Tillman, iohn Lee. 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SUN. 12-9 PJyL 12th & WEDSTER DOWNTOWN OAKLAND TIV 3-G017 SAN MATEO 251S D CmJm lUal . fM4 5-475S SAN JOSf ItSO See Cerfea - Cysen 2-712S Bulgars Order 4 Cleric Shot VIENNA, Oct 4. fJP) A Bulgarian communist court has sentenced Roman Catholic bishop and three priests to be shot on charges of spying for the West, dispatches from Sofia said today. Twenty other priests were reported convicted and sentenced to prison terms on similar charges of espionage and anti-state activities in this new crackdown on Roman Catholic leaders behind the iron curtain. The men condemned to die are Bishop Evgheni Bosilkov and Fathers Josephat Shishkov,Ka-men Jonkov and Pavel Djijov. A 20-year sentence was imposed on Peter Sariski, former director of a Roman Catholic seminary. The Bulgarian telegraph agency was quoted by the U.S.-sponsored newspaper Wiener Kurier as saying the priests told the court they had been "ab-the court they had been abetted and led astray" by the Vatican, Vatican Envoy Don Francesco Galloni and members of foreign secret services. They were accused of having attempted to build up an underground resistance army which could be used to overthrow the communist government in the event of "armed intervention by Clues Sought in Murder of Non-Striking Plant Employee CHICAGO, Oct 4L un Police were without clues : today to the slaying of a non-striking employee of the International Harvester Company but questioning of more than a score of persons continued. The killing yesterday of William Foster, 52, brpught a $10,-000 reward offer by the farm equipment manufacturing firm. Foster, a Negro forge employee in Harvesters McCormick works for 27 years, was clubbed to death near his southside home, several miles from the plant. He was en route to work. Some 25,000 workers are on strike at Harvesters eight plants in Illinois, Indiana and Kentucky. The Farm Equipment - United Electrical Workers Union (Ind.) is demanding a wage hike of 15 cents an hour and other benefits. Tax Bills Sold WASHINGTON, Oct. 4. UFi Secretary of the Treasury i Snyder said today a l',2 billion dollar offering of tax anticipa tion bills was over-subscribed by 778 million dollars. The bills were sold at a discount rate of 99.231; equivalent to an interest irate of 1.72 per cent per year. 3 Die in Jeep Plunge 1 SANTIAGO, Chile, Oct. (B A jeep turned over and tumbled a thousand feet down a hillside near here yesterday killing three persons and injuring 13. ADVERTISEMENT ADVERTISEMENT The Secret of Popularity Is In Your Everyday Conversation foreign armies." 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In this present day of high cost of living there isn't much left even for bare necessities, and although NEEDED DENTAL CARE is rery important, people are prone to neglect it for one reason or another. So I feel with my NO MONEY DOWN, on approval of your credit, and then 21 months to pay, I will reach those people who do not want to put out the ready cash. Remember our country has been educated to a system of doing business on credit. At my dental office all the credit is handled by us, and always strictly confidential. NO DELAY, NO RED TAPE, NO CARRYING CHARGES. TO YOU WHO HAVE WORN YOUR PRESENT DENTAL PLATES FOR OVER TEN YEARS It is surprising the great percentage of people who have worn the same dental plates for over 10 years, 20 years, and even 30 years, and in all this time they have not visited a dentist. These following remarks are addressed to you whether dental plate wearers realize it or not, there are changes in the mouth over a period of years. We are generally very neglectful of our health by not taking the smallest precautions and care. We give more thought and consideration to our cars and homes than to ourselves. Cars and homes can be replaced, but most of the time when our health is gone, we cannot buy it back. DENTAL CARE has a definite place in our well being, but we seem to forget it unless we have a toothache. FOR YOUR HEALTH'S SAKE VISIT YOUR DENTIST, and he will only be too happy to let you know whether the present dental plates you are wearing are giving your mouth the maximum of efficiency and comfort. If not, let your dentist explain to you the advantages of the ACRYLIC MATERIALS which are used in the MODERN DENTAL PLATES, combined with the ARTISTIC ARTIFICIAL TEETH, you will find it is a combination that Is pleasing to dental plate wearers. 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