Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 10, 1959 · 70
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 70

Oakland, California
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Wednesday, June 10, 1959
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i 14-S Oakland Tribune, y 1 ' - r - UP SHE GOES-WAVE Voo Houseman, of 2011 Doolittlo Drive, San Leandro, proparos to talc off with Ll VirgiHo SlmonceHl In a Jet training plan at tho Oakland Naval Air Station. It was bar first flight In Jet ' TODAY Araa ami Lwm (Tntrmllate-A5- anccd): p.m., Wlntoo School, 11 Vinton Ava., Hayward. Alcoholic Anonymous: ( p.m., 1448 Harrison St. ' Bowi and Arrow: p.m., Burbank School Aiditorium. Clodhopper: P m.t Emerson School. . ,. East Bay CoUectorf Club (Stamp) : I p.m., Norway Hall. , , Fellowship of Humanity: Social dance. pjn., lellowthtp Center. 411 18th St ' Garfield Folk Dancer (lntermedi-Ite-Advanccd) : 1 p.m., John Hinkle Recreation Center, S. Hampton and Ban Diego, Berkeley. Harmony Hoedownen: 8:S0 p.m., 11340 Meekland Ave., Cherryland Hall, Hayward. Oakland Officer Club: 1:30 p.m.. Hotel Lake Merritt Oakland Squadron 12. Civil Air Patrol: 7:30 p.m., Woodmlniter Amphitheater Control Center. Pantalooners (Intermediate): t p.m.. Laurel School, 3820 Kansas St. Pair and Sguarei (Intermediated t 8 p.m.. St. Leo'a Auditorium, 423 Ho-ve St Peralta Tanglefoot Dancer: S pm., Peralta SchooL Polka Dots: 7 p.m., Emerson School. Skirta and Shirt (Intermediate): 8 p.m., Chabot School, 683S Patton St. Spur and Spinner Square Dance Club: p.m.. Fruitval School. 3300 Boston Ave. Square Circle Folk Dancer (Intermediate): p.m John Swett School, 4S51 Steele St Sweet Adeline. Oakland Chapter: p.m., Fremont High. School, boy gym, i ""s. Sweet Adeline. Eattbar Chapter: 8:15 p.m.. 827 Ncrvell Ave., firl eiub-house. El Cerrito. TOMORROW Acorn Square Dance Club (Beginners) : 8 p.m.. Bella Vista School. loth Ave and E. 38th St Ball and Chain Square: p.m., Markham School, Sixth and Ward Streets, Hayward. Berkeley Folk Dancer (Advanced): 8 p.m., John Hinkel Park Clubhouse, San Diego Road and Southampton St California National Guard Reserve, 16th Battalion (State Militia) : g pjiu. 15W11 A.hland Ave.. San Lorenzo. Circle Up Club (Intermediate): ( p.m., Washington School, San Loan' dm. Dimond dancers (Intermediate): p.m., Fruitval School, 3134 Boston Ave. Dip'a Divers: 8 p.m., Fairmont School. Druid Welfare Committee: p.m., 410 11th St East Bay Women's Dance Circle (Women Only): 8:30 a.m.. Dimond Koiier Kins:, szu mutvaie Ave. , Fruitval Folk Dancer (Intermediate): 8 p.m., Hawthorne SchooL Garfield Folk Dancers (Beginners): 8 p.m.. Live Oak Recreation Center, Shattuck Ave. and Berryman St, fierkelev. - Madelynne Greene's Thursday Night- ers (Advanced Folk JUanco: :so p.m.. Thousand Oaks School. Colusa and Tacoma Avenues. Berkeley. Native Sons: Fruitvale Parlor. 8:30 p.m., Apumee Hall, 3256 E 14th St. Navy Mothers Club No. 13, Oakland: Bandage rolling, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., Oakland Naval Hospital Oakland Recreation Dance Arts (Ex hibition) : p.m., E. Morria . Cos School, 8660 Sunnytide St Odds-n-Ends (Intermediate): Z3iza. beth Sermaa School, 66th Ave. and Brann fit . Sertoma Club of Oakland: Luncheon, u:is p.m.. feiusos Restaurant. Servicemen and YWCA Hostesses Dane and Recreation Program: 7:30 B.m.. YWCA. 1515 Webster St Skips and Misses (Intermediate): 8 p.m.. Buroan school smo mui av. You're getting 10D octane plus from Texaco! 100 octane pitta instant power, with Texaco Sky Chief Su-premt gasoline. Smooth, surging instant power when you need H most- when you pull out, when you psis, or when you bin to pull over fast tOO octane plus Petrox, Texaco's exclusire petroleum-b&se additive, Reduces combustion chamber deposits, friction and wear. Sky Chief So-preme gasoline) gives engine . more pep, power, life! 100 octane plus 100 Climate Control. Sky Chief So-preme is specially blended for your western climate and altttnde, for fast starts and warm-ups, bo stalling. 100 etane plua real value. Toe get more octane Tata, more knock-free power, more smooth performance for your dollar at the Tower of Power 1 So fill 'er vp at your Texaco Dealer tkt (art rtenJ yea ear ha$ ever had. Sliy Chief Su Wednesday, Juni 10, 1959 .V-i ' 1 flllf i:l Trlbiat pfctt i a v . V-lt-w flwhi.m fintiara Tt.n(a Club! 8 p.m., Castro Valley Community Center , 8384 Walnut Road. Castro Valley. . . YBPG, Folk Dance, 3 p.m., nrsr ning Way, Berkeley. ' x Knot square uanca liuo unicr- mrflatl? a n m rntral VMCA. 2101 Telegraph Ave. DEGBCE OF POCAHONTAS. Laruka Council: 7:18 p.m. tomorrow, root-hill Blvd. Women's Club. The nomination and election of new officers will be held. ASTERN BTAtt, Eaitbay Past Pa trons Association: 1 p.m. tomorrow, 343 2nd St Regular meeting. EASTERN STAB, Effle Easton Chapter: 8 p.m. tomorrow. Madison Street Tempi. The chapter will honor Its Star Points and Warder at a party. LAKE MERRITT BREAKFAST CLUB: 7:20 p.m. tomorrow. Lake Merritt Hotel. Speaker will be Dr. Robert Scalapino. HA80N8. Plymouth Lodge 7:30 p.m. tomorrow. Rockrklge Hasan ie Temple. Lodge of instruction in the first degree will be held. MASONS, Foothill Lodge 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, Foothill Masonic Tem- Iile. Members of the Oakland Pole Department will confer the Master Mason degree. N0MAD8 OF AVRFDAKA: 8 P.m. tomorrow. Dingo Hau, zsu Mason St. Regular meeting. Amy sano-taka will be chairman for the ' evening. - OAKLAND REAL I8TAT8 BOARD. Toastmistress Club: 7:30 p.m. tomorrow, 1528 Webster St. Regular meeting will be held. Edith Dirks, president, will preside. OAKLAND SCIOTS LUNCHEON CLUB: Noon tomorrow, 308 14th St M. L. Luckenbaugh will show color slides on "The Arab World." Chairman la Martin Reite. WHITE SHRINE OF JERUSALEM, Cecilia Shrine: Noon tomorrow. Madison Street Tempi. Sewing ciuh wui noki it regular meeting and luncheon. School Bond Vote Discussion Slated BERKELEY, June 10 Mrs. George J. Maslach, member of a citizens committee, will dis cuss the June 23 school bond election at a meeting of the Berkeley Women's Democratic Forum tomorrow at the home of Mrs. A. L. Barker, 11 High gate Road. Mrs. Spur geon Avakian, president, will conduct an 11 a.m. business lession followed by a salad luncheon. After noon guest speaker will be Trevor Thomas, executive sec retary of the Friends Committee on Legislation, who will discuss work of the 1959 State Legislature. . - preme "s BEST BUY THE WEST Relics of 1897 Found at Old School Site An old McKinley campaign button and newspaper telling of a $700,000 gold shipment from Alaska are among, the aouvenlri of another era uncovered recently at the former Bella ViaU School lite. Contractor Lester Peterson was told he'd find the aouvenlri when he started to tear down an old wall on the prop erty at 1930 12th Ave. to make way for an apartment house. B. R. Kinnicutt of 2932 56th Ave;, who ia now retired, re called that a bottle full of current items was buried In the wall in 1897. Kinnicutt was the last custodian at the gchooL ' , - Sure enough, when Peter. ion'1 crew broke the wall down, the bottle was there. MEMENTOS FOUND In addition to the 1898 cam palgn button, it contained a program of the Christian Endeavor convention of 1896 in San Francisco, two old Mexi can coins and an Oakland Pub lic School directory for 1898, The 15-page directory listed 15 schools. Today's directory requires 213 pages and includes 88 schools. But the chief item of interest which was found in the bottle was the July 17, 1897 issue of the Oakland Enquirer. .The Enquirer! top story for the day concerned the arrival of $700,000 in Alaskan gold in Seattle and said some individ uals in the fields were reporting finds of $150,000. BOOM IN ALASKA Things were booming in Alaska but the Enquirer advertised wallpaper for sale here at 3 cents a rolL Under a heading of "Suburbs in Brief." news from Berkeley, Fruitvale and 23rd Ave. was carried and an "idyl lic love story" was comin? to the MacDonough Theater. Some competition was offered by a meeting of the Anti Sa loon League. The oaoer also revealed that some things naven t changed in more than 60 vears. One of the front page stories dealt with some vehement Drotests lodged with the Board of Equahzation regarding assessment of local property and a long editorial was devoted to corporal Dunishment in the scnools a subject which the California Legislature is acting on this year. BUILT IN 1863 . The old Bella Vista SchooL which has been replaced by the school at 1025 K 28th St., was originally built in 1863 by the independent Brooklyn School District In 1872, it was annexed to the Oakland School District and 'named Franklin School although most residents called it East Oakland SchooL The Unext year it was re-named to honor A. W. Swett, a pioneer educator. After another 30 I ....... 0n$ In series of "Taste Adventures with Lamb" by American baUUJf a iAn sliced ... . . mma . W W li'llil' i IH I VT TTtTll f II f i'i isj'g-if i'i fi f TatV f ifllliilsWWIIIIIMIWilillliT FINLAND-BOUND Brian Ctwright and Charlen Bond of Orlnda pack for trip to Children's International Sum mer YiHagt camp where thtV wiH lhro with children from all over the world. In sdentiflc study program. years it became known as the Early. McChesney Annex and in 1917 was called Old Intermediate No. 1. In 1924, it finally became Bella Vista School and held this title until it was closed in 1951. The large imposing struc ture which bore the name Bella Vista School was the second to be built on the property. Today, only the souvenirs remain. I SAY IT AGAIN... you've fasfed FLAV-R-PAC Cannecf Blue lake Green Beans!" These are the reasons: All meat Straight Stringiest, Tiny Seeds. Bright Green. Very crisp and tender. , x CANNED FOODS NORTH MCmC CANfffM I PACKER, lac, S200 S. L UdoegUi Hfi, 'trlteed 2, Ore. T 4-7341 " loltona i union . to tea . l lemon Hd .. ... ..... u drlppwa- ....w.'l'"'K,. ...miaow 1 ...4 YM Girls Program, BERKELEY, June 10 The Berkeley YMCA's summer pro gram for girls will get under way Monday. Classes will meet on Monday and Wednesday mornings and there will be recreational swimming on Saturday. Included in the ac tivities will be trampoline and tumbling. Registration for the program is now open. mm Weans ....... Sheep Producers Council lohondp-PP TO wtth sen i DoodShanKo- . . -L- 1 jeupawoler . war : - tew 5 . 2 Orinda To Summer Camp in Finland ORINDA. June 10 Two OriAda youngsters will leave this month for Finland to par ticipate in an experimental program designed to develop in young people the desire and skills to build International understanding. , Charlene Bond, 11, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger L Bond, 120 Las Vegas, and Brian Cart wright, 12, son of Mr. and Mrs. John B. Cartwright of 32 Estabueno, will join in a month-long summer camp with children from Japan, Canada, Mexico, France, Israel, Austria, and other nations including some from the Soviet bloc. They will be included in the United States delegation to the camp along with Charles Collins of Mill Valley and Erica Black of San Francisco. The children will be accompanied by Mrs. Robert Lyhne of San Mateo. In Finland, the group will Join in varied activities while scientists carry on a program of testing and interviewing the children and observing and evaluating the entire camp experience. The program includes activities such as sports, crafts, folk dancing, singing, camp fires, games and evening entertain ment put on by the youngsters themselves. The international summef camps, supported by voluntary contributions from foreign nations as well at, from this country, were begun in 1951. Their founder, Dr. 'Doris Twitchell Allen, a psychologist at the University of Cincinnati, reasoned that prejudices are emotionally ased and become firmly fixed by early adulthood.' To combat them, she Grade A Fancy i Add varloty MAuna 8W9 "T:. kmen aS -1 aBvJWOTDBaS -- -- - -- eortley - ". opp . i- ma , -r Students said, it is necessary to begin at the' level of children and in a climate of emotional re ciprocation, not an intellectual one. The delegates to the camps all are in the 11 to 12-year age bracket. Charlene Is completing sixth grade studies at Sleepy Hollow School, Brian is in the same grade at Del Bey SchooL They will be classmates next fall, at Pine Grove Junior High. They were nominated for the summer camp by school au thorities. The students, who leave June 29, are including in their lug Serve a with the UUISH-BONE V itftlltn GUn oH ena) rinsgor wrrV) ptrky end ehepea4 garlic bwd. t Cht8) ChoA-M Freneh Pyaalan aaknafioMy fee solMat lievort UUISH-BONE Salad Dressings X y io your amnor tablo . . . and watch thfe new excitement at your family cunner woie. i oaay s moaern homemaker wants to surprise her family with meals deliriously different Yet she s-v keeps a careful eye on nutritional . balance . . . and the pocketbook. Lamb's variety of tasty cuts offers you enjoyable meals for every norflsirm. anrl tnr mvmro Imrlraf F " J w.a,.a. Treat your family to lamb more) often.. . . not only deHtiously good, FREE REQIPESI Many f most meal counters. Or write Will Go gage examples of Americans as souvenirs for the foreign students, including postage stamps, comic books, marsh mallows, a ball and Jacks, and colored slides, of American scenes. They've selected ai the typical American child's costume blue jeans. ' . Super Alloyi PITTSBURCH, June 10 Withouth development of new alloys capable of resisting high temperatures, the jet engine, like the gas turbine, would not have been practical from an engineering standpoint , i i r Play it cooll Serf o giant salad as your main dish and do it often! ' Keep the salad in tht refrigerator until the) very last minute. Ores Just before serving with one of these foun ef sry IU t lamb redpei now ovailaWe LAMB, .18 East 2nd Avenus. mi E .-al.Sa-aiaaaaaaas&,a . 1

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