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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • 35

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Oakland Tribune, Thursday, Miy 7, 1959 35 Free Lecture on the Opera Slated BERKELEY, May 7-Fred- III erie Cohen, director oi trie vv on "CJTa in the schools" at 4:15 p.m. tomorrow in the I'ni. verity of California's Dwin elle Hall. i i i Taylor, FDR Envoy to Vatican, Dies NEW YORK, May 7 Myron C. Taylor, 85, former Julliard Opera Theater, will deliver a free public lecture "Far ahead of anything in its price bracket 1 chairman of the board of U.S.

tRomi Tet Report from Octolxf Foreiirn 'V Steel Corp. and former presi Cant iiiuhtritieu ana Auio biwi dential representative to the Vatican, died yesterday hu i 74 MM if- i home. Taylor retired from US. Steel at the ate of 64. In 1927, as chairman of the firm's finance committee, Taylor was credited with wiping out the company's $340,000,000 funded debt by issuing common stock.

In 1939. he was appointed by the late President Franklin D. Roosevelt as his personal envoy to the Vatican and the late Pope Pius XII. He also acted as former President Harry S. Truman's personal representative to Pope Pius.

POST PROTESTED The appointment met with protests by Protestant groups, although Taylor was an Episcopalian of Quaker ancestry. Taylor himself took no part in the di.spute. Standard 2-rloor Family Sedan INTRODUCTION PaiUcipanU In th Oakland Light Opera Association series were Introduced to sponsors Yesterday at a luncheon held at the Hotel Garemont. Fron left are John M. Falls, producer-director, singers Leona Gordon and Patricia Stone, and Eaymond H.

Miller, chairman ol the Oakland Park Commission. CANDIDATES Finalists ior th titl oi Mills College Spring Queen are (clockwise, from bottom) Sally Sears, Beverly Baiter, JonI Clute. Kristen Becker and Deborah Cruxea. The winner will be crowned Saturday. Mills College to Crown Mariner Girl Taylor later described Pop Pius as "an outspoken and courageous leader of all men Light Opera Stars Present Preview believing in God and human liberty." ring Queen at Ball Sp Scouts Plan Variety Show Taylor received the Medal of Merit, from President Truman Pool and a late evening dance 1948 for his 10-year service on the campus tennis courts.

Senior Mariner Girl Scouts in the Vatican post. -ht: 521280 TAUNUS XU Its German-made! Its fromFord! A precLsion-built economy car Combines German quality craftsmanship and ford economy New easy-to-park size up to 35-miles-. to-a-gallon gas Choose from 6 different models 4 excellent transmissions (including U. 3-speed standard) StKjg5td retail pnet Sn Froeico P.O.E. TrnoorttIen from port ntry, fatt od local taxet xtr.

Mart In Wait Garmany tor th Ford Motor Company, Daarborn, Michigan, and told and Mrvicad tha Unittd Statai by it Mlacttd daalert. The Finest Economy Car In america! HACKER MOTOR CO. On Saturday there will be of Maxwell Park neighborhood badminton, horse shoes and Born in Lyons, N.Y., Taylor received a law degree from Cornell University and became bowling on the green from 10 will stage a variety show, "Youth Talent in Review," at 8 m. Friday, May 8, in the a.m. to noon, buffet luncheons, an all-campus scavenger hunt a successful corporation lawyer before turning to industrial beginning at 1:30 p.m.

and the Spring Weekend Ball that night. mance" from "The Desert Song;" Jim Duyn and Donna Peterson, "Almost Like Being in Love" from "Brigadoon;" Glorya Murphy and Mike Manly, "Stranger in Paradise" from and Leona Gordon, "I Love Vienna" from "The Great Waltz." Also introduced was the staff, including Carl Kalash, music conductor; Edgar Iver-sen, assistant director; Raoul Maxwell Park School audi-toium, Monticello and Fleming Avenues. Feature attraction will be Tommy the youthful Hayward magician who has management. OTHER ACTIVITIES In the business world, Tay The girls and their dates Traditional "Spring Weekend" festivities will be held tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday at Mills College. A highlight will be the crowning of the Mills Spring Queen at a ball at 8 p.m.

Saturday in the Claremont Hotel. Vying for the queen title are Joni Clute, 18, freshman from Hillsborough; Sally Sears, 18, freshman from Saratoga; Deborah Cruzen, 21, senior from McCall, Idaho; Beverly Baker, 18, freshman from Auburn, N.Y and Kristen Becker, 19, freshman from Denver, Colo Tomorrow's events will include a picnic at 5 p.m. at the College Hearth on Pine Top, a Spring Sing at 7 p.m. in the Greek Theater, a Mills Swim lor also was active in rubber, will attend services in the college chapel Sunday morning, banking and textiles. His big Lafer there will be brunch and dinner parties and a jazz con A preview of the forthcoming Woodminster Lipht Opera series was held at the Hotel Claremont yesterday when eight participants of the Oakland Light Opera Association thows sang numbers from the musicals to be presented this summer.

The occasion was the first annual rponsors' luncheon, at which members of the association and civic leaders were introduced. William Penn Mott superintendent of Parks, acted as master of ceremonies and then turned the program over to John M. Falls, producer-director of the Oakland Light Opera Association, who introduced the--singers, They included Patricia Stone nd John Bogard who sang "Deep in My Heart, Dear" 'from "The Student Prince;" -Carol Bogard who sang "Ro cert in concert hall at p.m. Pause, choreographer; and A repeat performance of the swim production will be given appeared with Dinah Shore, Harry James, George Burns, Spade Cooley and others. Vocal groups and soloists, instrumentalists and dancers, including a Hawaiian group and a jazz ballet, also will be on the program.

Participants are donating their time. Tickets will be 25 and 50 Proceeds will go to the troop fund. 2345 'Broadway, Oakland at 8:30 that night. gest financial coup was the two-billion-dollar merger of the Guaranty Trust Coc and the Bank of Commerce. Taylor's wife, the former Anabel Stuart Mack, died earlier this year.

Funeral services will be held from his home on Saturday, and 4ie-will be buried at- Locust Valley on Long Island. Tom Doyle, technical director. The ninth season will include "The Student Prince" June 19 and 20; "The Great Waltz," July 17, 18, 24 and 25; "Briga- Club- production at Aug, 21 and 22; and "Kismet." 18, 19. 25 and 26. All will be presented in the I.

W. Hellman Memorial at Woodminster Amphitheater, and tickets are available by contacting Mary H. Falls. thru May 17 Jewish Center to Open New Series on 'Cultures of World1 2 i' HIS 3540 BROADWAY NEAR MacARTHUR NigTiiclub Detutv isflTu aai arvsTTuMiit i a it tunut center next Wednesday at 8:15 p.m., sponsored by the Israeli Student Organization, the Jewish Education Council and the center. The program will mark the 11th anniversary SATURMVAI 1:15 A.M.

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Sweden will be discussed tonight. The topic for the May 21 meeting will be India; for June 4, Japan, and for June 18, Italy. "Operation Ingathering," a program of Israel singing and dancing, will be held at the METAL BOX reg. 59t QA value U.S. Army All Steal Link tprina construction, firi togarhar with itaal tuba extenders.

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