Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on April 3, 1960 · 22
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 22

Oakland, California
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Sunday, April 3, 1960
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Safeway to Build New Supermart in Clinton Park Urban Renewal Area tITrtrV nrU1 Kjtrrin 4M Tin Ant h i .Cfifonav Cfnro Inn ham I arill Atimu mnct tt )! . tka rt1r1l Duimal . A..- - i . t Contest Set for Catholic Students ; Sunday, April 3,1 960 ST. MARY'S, April 2-Stu-dents from 30 California Catholic high schools will compete April 9 In the third annual St. Mary's CoUege Foreign Language Achievement Congress. ' ' Written and oral testing la French, Spanish and Latin win commence at 9:30 a.m. A sweepstakes trophy 'will go to the school with the best overan record with top .individuals receiving medals and certificates. ; Work will begin this month Safeway Stores Inc. has win occupy most of the block the Oakland Renewal Founda ture an arched roof, with a $381,000 in Fracli Damano on the first new commercial been issued a $193,000 building permit for a supermarket at 1745 14th Ave. on the eastern edge of the project. A 20,000 square foot building and parking for 100 cars The site already has been Cleared of old structures. H. H. Baker of the company's property department said landscaping has been planned in cooperation with tion Inc. and the Oakland Park Department so that the privately financed work will blend with proposed city renewal improvements. The store building win fea large glass area under the center arch on the 14th Ave. store front. ' Architects for the building were Wurster, Bernardi and Emmons of San Francisco. development in the Clinton Park urban renewal area since the renewal project was established. 7? CCCCOaljnITribiin HQ?N To 2 Youths , Two Hayward youths who were severely burned in a fiery, 20-vehicle crash near Bakersfield In January, 1959, have been awarded more than $381,000 damages by a jury in .Sacramento County Superior .Court. . Recipients of the big settlement are Larry Apodaca, 16, of 474 Grove Way, Hayward, and Charles R. Joseph, 16, of 24954 Second St. $309,135 FOR ONE Aftodaca, who was represented by Oakland attorneys Eugene Morgan and Jessie Nichols, got $309,135 and Joseph, whose attorney was Manuel Furtado of Hayward, got $72,405. Apodaca lost an eye and an ear. The crash, described as the worst in the history of Kern County, claimed the lives of Manuel Grancha, 32, basket ball coach at All Saints Pa rochial School, and Eugene Gisler, 14, of 25728 Westview Way, Hayward. Wrongful death suits on behalf of their relatives are pending in Kern County Superior Court ON WAY TO L.A. - The coach and the three teenagers were on their way to an all-pro football game in Los Angeles when the accident occurred. Defendants in the lawsuits were the Orange Belt Stages of Bakersfield, the Monterey-Fresno Diocese of the Roman Catholic Church and Father John Andrew Delany of Bakersfield. All were accused of speeding, negligence and reckless driving. 24 Who Broke Traffic Laws Sent to Jail Judge Charles W. Fisher sentenced 24 traffic offenders to jail sentences this past week in the Oakland Municipal Court. They were: Patricia Hardy, 25, of 2630 MacArthur Blvd., three days for speeding; Larry Butler, 18, of Martinez, five days plus $16 fine or three days more for racing and speeding; Frank Scott, 19, 1132 Robledo Drive, three days for driving without a license: Mike Hernandez. 23. 16418 Kent Ave., San Lorenzo, five days plus $315 fine, for driving while license sus pended; Boyce Crookshank, 28, 3400 Broadway, 60 days for being drunk in or about a ve hide; Charles D. Eckwall, 18, 2232 Carleton St., Berkeley, five days plus $27 fine or five days more for racing and speeding; James Didion. 20, 2395 Piedmont Ave., Berkeley, five days for speeding; Robert Leavitt, 18, 450 65th St., five days plus $27 fine or five days more for speeding and racing Burnell Anderson, 47, 764 6th St., 30 days for using an other's driver's license; Steven Bridges, 25, 2831 Helen St., 10 days plus $30 fine or six days more for driving without a li cense and improper parking; Jack McGrew, 42, 2329 San Pablo Ave., 90 days for driv ing while license suspended; Harold Crowe, 43, 2004 ' W. 134th Ave., San Leandro, 290 days for violation of proba tion for drunk driving while :.' - J - license suspenaea ana arunK in or about an auto; Ronald Egelston,- 1051 72nd Ave., 28, five days plus $315 fine or 60 days more for driving while incuse ausucuueu, muuieu M. Deadrich, 46, 3915 Sacra mento Ave., Richmond, five ?OlT nine 001 firiA Aim more for speeding and unsafe lane changing. Gerald Braden, 23, 1533 Deerwood St., five days for speeding; Phillip Stene, 20, 2837 Coolidge Ave., four days for speeding and too many ci- tations; Willie Terry, 21, 1234 Page St., San Francisco, 30 days for speeding without a driver's license; John Bed ford, 20, 1015 84th Ave., one day for failing to attend traffic school; Carl Royer, 20, 581 18th St., five days for speed- ing; James Suggs, 30, 1515 37th Ave., 10 days plus $119 line or 22 days more for vari ous violations and not having a driver s license; Ivory New man, 40, 840 18th St., five days plus $21 fine or four days more for failing to change ad- aress on drivers license; Har- oland Hurt, 40, 665 Tudor Road, San Leandro, three days for speeding; Calvin Wiley, 18, 5372 Piedmont Ave., three ifnita .4 ,1A e' m uaja auu fiB ixue ior speeding and racing; Harrison Lewis, 37, 2013 Stuart St., Berkeley, five days plus $368 fine for driving while license suspended. $10,000 PURCHASE Step this way for the big "show-in of 1.99 CALLAWAY TOV7ELS (f EASTER IS SUNDAY, APRIL 17 ii nrrmri-ii1 1 ilii mm f3g-"" jN. 11 I '' iiS1'"' HAND TOWEL WASH CLOTH P" Usually 1.19, now.. 89 Usually 49, now. . 39 !7l TRAM MMI I " -MWAW ,JAWl , yyyj i jjji M " l ' V -' ' Ai, W 'mr:aAyfs,.M.rr . . .j, juiwrnssiwii 4 ifiv " , , , rtT-vr-t t-i -t -n -r );-, -v..- -, i- p-c: K(n T)-ninirirwwyiit um- A cannon ' , t , ' x ' " - - - ! ; ' ; : j ' I , ' ( 2Sx4i" bath sixt Specially purchased for Capwell's towel event! This pattern has been one of the most popular in our regular stocks. Now you can buy it at savings! Satin Border in "Royalty" pattern. Puckerproof woven borders, vat-dyed colors. White, pink, yellow, aqua, sage, rose, sandalwood, azure blue, chocolate. All first quality, all-cotton. By famous Callaway. Beautifluff finish looks so luxurious! 6 delightful colors! FESTIVAL COLORS IU CAUUOU "SPARTAN" The smartness of fringed hems! The fresh white accent! CANNON'S "CAPE COD" CHECK DESIGN Because this pattern was a sell-out in our January White Sale, we've brought it back for an encore-performance in A..:l T-N....-I C.4.:.,-.! D...I,. I I I nr.- I. vui nyui iuwci i tivdi, r ui.r-.ei pi uui uuraers. rinK, spice, Large 24x46" bath six firefly yellow, green mist, sea blue, white. All first quality. HAND TOWEL 69 WASH CLOTH. n 35 Budget priced towels in the exclusive Cannon Beautifluff finish. Delightful to the eye . . . soft to the touch. Pure "heaven" for a rub-down after the shower or summer swim, siit Pink, spice brown, green mist, yellow or red, with white. HAND TOWEL 55 WASH CLOTH.. 29 Capwell's Linens: Oakland, Walnut Creek, Hayward and El Cerrif (Oakland, Street Floor) rJ3ACJUI?AS7UC2E2'S LSE-U! STGVOHS UYB.H TDBSOT FDWGB " 8HEBT8- Save to 50 and more on nationally advertised prices! You save because Capwell's bought out the entire West Coast warehouse stock of these famous Stevens nylon tricot sheets and cases. Treat yourself and family to unusual sleeping luxury! They feel like silk! Think of the way they'll lighten your laundry chores, too! You know how easily nylon tricot washes . . . how fast it dries! All first quality . . . poly-bagged for laundry freshness. White, pink, yellow, blue and green ... no ironing! (No pink in twin bottom.) CapwrlPs Domestics: Oakland, Walnut Creek, Hayward and El Cerrite (Oakland, Street Fleer) Twin top, fitted, usually 4SS. Double top, fitted, usually $29.... 19 89 Pillow cases, usually t.49... . Twin bottom, fitted, usually 3.49... Double bottom, fitted, usually 4SS 229 299 YOU'RE INVITED! COTY BEAUTY - FASHION SHOW, Capwell's - Oakland, Monday and Tuesday, April 4 - 5 ?. !-. t l 1 - Tt . v'.f.t wm . . . f . . . ... -4.oy, p.m., nooj vtaraen Koom,tttn tloor. tree tickets novo in Cosmetics: AIM Capwell's open these nights OAKLAND Mon., Thurs., 9:30-9:00 Broadway at 20th TE 2-1111 WALNUT CREEK Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9:30-9:30 South Broadway YE 5-1111 HAYWARD Mon., Thurs., Fri. 9:30-9:30 22301 Foothill Blvd. LU 2-1111 EL CERRITO Mon., Thurs., FriJ9:30-9:30 Fairmount and San Pablo LA 6-1111 Other days shop all Capwell's 9:30-5:30

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