Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on July 7, 1958 · 12
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 12

Oakland, California
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Monday, July 7, 1958
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12 E Oakland Tribune, Monday, July 7, 1958 a I NEW FACE Covering oi & Flrat Sarrings Building, formerly the Western Proleaalonal Building, with a skin of and color porcelain namel-OYer-eteel panela hat been completed. Remodeling oi the ground floor for expanded First Soring offices alio Has been finished. Face Lifting Job Finished On First Savings Building Remodeling and face-lifting Of the Tirst Savings Building formerly the Western Professional Building has been completed at 17th Street and Broadway. The 10-story structure has been beautified with a covering of sand color procelain enamel panels and aluminum metal trim around charcoal tinted windows. The project cost $350,000. The building is owned by the First Savings and Loan Association which has taken over the entire ground floor in an expansion of its office space In an adjacent building, according to Stuart Davis, First Savings president 2,60s SQUARE FEET The remodeling program has added 2,000 square feet to the original office space. Entry to .'the office is now on Broadway. No formal opening of the First Savings pffice is scheduled, sinoe business, was conducted without interruption during the 100 working days required to complele the ex- O0NATILL0 Credit Cilrearacttry t.r Anllaale l'Ba Afprmt ksst Dr. Dtaatiflt far yair Physical Eiasilsstlei aai X-Riy Or. George Donatella D.C., Ph.C. 1214 Santa Oars Alameea St mi Mrair Walaat a Saaaa Clara A GLASS OF MILK A DAY You'll say one glassful isn't enough! But to thousands of children overseas, who rarelv know how it feels to have a full stomach, it's like a gift from heaven. Some will gulp it down. Others have to be taught to like this white liquid they can't remem ber ever having tasted. Providing a glass of milk a day for millions of children is one of the vital aid programs carried on by Amer icas 3 great faiths Protestant, Catholic and Jewish. It's only one small phase of programs that save countless lives overseas. Support your faith's OVERSEAS AID PROGRAM. PROTESTANT Share Our Surplus Appeal CATHOLIC Bishops' ClothlngvCollectlon JEWISH UJA Rescue Fund Publithed a a public $ervie4 in ee-operation vritk Th Advtrtitina Council mnd tht Ntwipaptr Ad-xtrtmng ExteutivftAitociation. !-. pension portion of the program, Davis said. HOME OFFICE The expanded quarters serve as the home office for the six- branch First Savings and Loan Association. The first Oakland office was opened on 17th St., between Broadway and Franklin, 20 years ago. Other First Savings offices are in Berkeley, Alameda, San Leandro, Walnut Creek and San Francisco. The First Savings Building will be illuminated from the outside at night Singer Goes Home HOLLYWOOD, July 7 cn Singer Roberta Linn, was re leased today from Cedars of Lebanon Hospital where she wii eon lined for two weeks with chest infection. fll- dlDDai?s g Preston A. Lane Rites Wednesday Funt-ral services will be he-Id Wednesday fur Pie-.ton A. Lane. 36, Oakland Lilian renewal representative who was drowned May 3 when hit automobile plunged Into the swollen Yuba River near Cisco, Placer CoUnty. Hii body wai swept away and wm not found until last Wednesday. Mr. Urn, who lived t 8431 Boyd Avt, ws native of California md irsdute tt Ihe University of, California and Lincoln Law ' School ( Oakland. He served as a Navy lieutenant durln World War IL He was a member of Sequoia Masonic Lodge No. 340, Oak land 'Srottisrt Rite Boeiiee, Aahmes Temple of the Shrine. California Historical Soeiety and the Alumni Association of the University of California Mr. Lane Is survived by his The Facts of Life -on medical care The average American tally ipmda i of its income on medical can. HowiYer, half a million families this year will hart medial expenses greater thin their innuil income. These and hundred! of other facta on a variety of vital subjects were studied by experts at The Prudential in developing their famous Dollar Guide. This copyrighted, free service can help make your future more secure. For details see the man who has the facts of life It hie finger tips in the unique Dollar Guide, your Prudential Agent Th Prudential WUTIRN HOMt OfftCC V ' fun lev iaajwaliij mm"tt0mm Can you take full advantage of the food Specials" in today's paper? Freezer-owners will have a field-day this weekend buying in quantity. There's plenty of room for food bargains ... in the new Combina Live better electricity is cheap in California IP(B"3E Pacific Gas and Electric Company Enjoy "Big Story" Tonight KRON Channel 4 at 7:30 p.m. parents Mr. and Mrs. George H. Lane of Oakland, and a brother, iralley G. Lane of Uurllngame. Services will be held Wednesday It IMS p.m. In the Little Chiptl f the riowtri, 3031 Adeline It., Berkeley. The Rev. Philip Ellman of Bethany Lutheran Church, Berkeley, and lUquola Masonic Lodge will offtellU, Interment will e In Goldm Cte National Cemetery, Bin Bruno. Harry aruch Funeral services wUl be held Wednesday for Harry Barusch, Cfl, Bay Area yachtsman, whq died yesterday In his home at 1IT1 Clay It.. San Francisco. Mr. Barusch, who was In the photo engraving and commer cla) art business, was I past commodore or the Pt Ban Pablo Yacht Club, psit conn mander of the flotilla 14 of the NaSffl Sf ulJBl LOS AMMUi, CALIFORNIA US. Coast Guard Auxiliary. public lelatiuiis (jldirr of the l!th Cuat Uumd Duliut ami past piratdent of the Pacific Inter-Club Yarht Aaociiioi. He is survived by his wife, Mrs. Leon a Itadston Barusch, a daughter, Mr. Gloria B Countryman, and a on. Mau rice BaruK'h. Service will be at 2 30 p m Wednesday In Sinai Memorial Chapel. 1301 Divisadero St. Sat) Franciaco. Interment will be In Hcxne of Ptsre Memorial Pirk, Colma, Edwin J. McCullagh biuk.l.i.y, juiy 7 ru- neral services will be held to morrow for fcdwln J. Mc Cullagh, 88, a retired commercial photographer, who died yeiterday. A riUve of Michigan, Mr. NOW A "MAVERICK SPECIAL Jeep STATION WAGON FOR ONLY (3) (2) I tttttAcI r,vtftent, IromoeftaltoA, stale end local taxes. SEE IT ON'7AAVEMCIC"l 7:30 p.m., SUNDAY, CHANNEL 7 .tnsl tee your 'Jeep' dealer for a demonstration COCHRAN t CELLI lltk i4 Herrltee OAKLAND BAT CITT JEEP SALES 3700 Geary Slra IAN FRANCISCO SOUTHBATI MOTORS Aiwa St. LO ALTO tepfllhi!? wflfll?D a (peesQL? tion Refrigerator-Freezers, too. They hold up to 350 lbs. of food! Why not give some thought to this modern and convenient way to raise your standard of eating and also make food dollars go farther. MrCulUgh had lived here 84 1 yt-ari He rrsldrd at 1337 Grove j SI. lln phutogiaphlc firm l till operated by his sun, I Gavian. , Mr. McCullagh and his late wife, Adella, celebrated their Mih wedding anniversary In ma. He win past-president of the International Auocialion of Photographers and of the Berkeley Rotary Club, and a member of the Durant Lodge of Masons, Trinity Methodiat Church, the Colden Wedding Club and the High 12 Club. Mr. McCullagh la also survived by two daughters, Ruth McCullagh and Mrs. Kathryn Hegglc of Lake Tahoe; four grandchildren and two greatgrandchildren. Rites will be at I p.m. tomorrow In the Berkeley Hills L. RUNES MOTORS, INC. 20537 Minion live. HAYWARD E. BUQNA LINCOLN MERCURY 3rd I Uncola Set SAN RAF AIL DANIEL'S WILLTS CO. 2640 II Camlae Real SAN MATEO gglljl litis Pj Chapel. Shattutk Ave. at Cedar St , with Dr. F. Marion Smith, of the Trinity Mttiiodut Chun h. and the Durant Lodge Officiating. Ores Designer Diet , NEW YOHK. July 7 cA Maurice Rentner, 70, a leading fashion designer, died today at his home following a three-month lllneas. RCA WHIRLPOOL ll ' j 3r- ! ! I THIS RCA WHIRLPOOL HAS JUST AIOUT IVIRYTHINQ YOU'D WANT IN A MODIRN WASHIR . . . AND ITS ONLY SUUY AUTOMATIC St dd nc and wlk KCA WbUkMt om from Mart M 7 aiNSIS RCA Whirlpool's famous rinung avatam aaauraa you el axcallanf asauMs awy tima. aAachma la (tally atoppad at any lima to add ctomaa ar rapaat a vaatvng cycle. SINS 'ASSICS SITTINa Special aatttna on dial makaa tha handlme at dallcatc- fabrk aaay wiS Mih any fabric an tha markat ufary ciNiaout CATAcrrv wis ihf waah 2 man's ahlrta, 2 face towala. I paw paiamaa, 4 aa tow It, 2 pillow all pa, 2 T-ahirta. 2 ahaat. I apart aKlft an on load (IN DRY MATVRI Clothaa are thoroughly apun tract ot a caaa watar by RCA Whirlpool tart apmnna drum, tt ta aa tt-twiant that by rapaatlrtg ma apm cycle, you may awan ban aome at you? Nohta gar man tl without turthai dryine. NOTHING DOWN Wl OrlRArt OUR OWN RIFAIR AND DIIIVIRY TRUCK! SiRVKI AVAIlABll IN AU ARIAS WITHIN IS MHO OS OAKLAND IVIRY DAY. Friedman-Jacobs 1917 SAN PABLO EST. 1024 Neat iota ta Daaaleaa OafclaaaiOaa IM frata H. C Cagwara FREI CUSTOMIR PARKING open week mites til JULY 19 FREEZER SALES MONTH If space is tight in your home, you can still enjoy "Freezer-Living" with the new 2-in-l refrigerator-freezer that takes no additional floor space. 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