Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on September 16, 1956 · 148
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 148

Oakland, California
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Sunday, September 16, 1956
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(farnation comer by 4 x CARNATION HOME SERVICE DIRECTOR OC I'm realty excited about the amazing, new, twcTday "Blitz" diet featured in the current issue of Coronet Magazine. It's so simple, so easy to follow and a wonderful way to drop two to five pounds in a real hurry. Best of all, I get to eat lots and tots of Carnation Cottage Cheese-one of my favorite dairy foods. - When yoii're eating cottage cheese at every meal (as you do on this diet), flavor is mighty important And Carnation Cottage Cheese lias flavor so fine, so fresh, you'll enjoy it straight from th carton. Only Carnation could make it so good! Of Course, the "Blitz" diet lasts only two days, but Carnation Cottage Cheese'is a year-round favor ite. at. our house. We enjoy its "tangy delicate goodness almost every day. For example, here are some, of our favorite low-calorie, summer and winter salads: WINTER SALADS Individual Tomato Aspic rings filled with Carnation Cottage Cheese and then garnished with chopped pimiento, stuffed olives or paprika. SUMMER SALADS Fresh tomatoes stuffed wttrt Car nation Cottage Cheese, chopped celery and radishes. arr Carnation CottageCheese surrounded by an assortment of fresh, choice summer fruits. . ' (Tarnation 1314 14th St. Oakland. CaBf. iMIMW 'IMIM"'' V- ' . - - "J : ' ft-'- Intricate detail consumed , -iiiiaiiilimil.l III I' l' ' 1 6 , W Fro '1 if- the summer, Underhill said ODaklanid's big bird Great dome Oakland has the world's largest bird cage outside of a zoo. Now being assembled irTLakeside Park is a giant cage, all of aluminum. It is 36 feet in diameter and stands 28Cfeet high. Completed in time for this fall's migration "of birds, the cage will hold all the flight way migrants the park naturalists can entrap. It is a naturalist venture which places Oakland in a unique position among American cities; there is no other like it anywhere in the country. Oakland's big cage was born last spring in the minds. of five architectural students at the University of Call- fornia. They had recently heard a lecture by Richard Buckrriinster" Fuller, a New Yorker who has originated many nationally known mechanical innovations and who dreamed up the 300-foot-high glass dome which is to cover the Brooklyn Dodgers' new Ebbetts Field. In. a sense, the city's newbird age is j& shadow of that 'superduper ball parkv" ; -r--77- .-.jimi-r.:- - - - One of the five, Bill Underbill, -of Berkeley, phoned William Penn Mott Jr:; Oakland park-superintendent, and asked him what he thought of the idea. He and his -four colleagues, he said, would devote the summer to its planning and building A consultation was arranged. Attending "were Mott, Amedee Sourdry , the department's landscape architeet and the students in architectures Underhill, Gordon FV Tully, of Alhambra; Dick Schubert, Hollywood; Dan .JtetersonlSierraadrendairi will house migrant warerfo without charge. Tl

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