Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 7, 1960 · 88
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 88

Oakland, California
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Wednesday, December 7, 1960
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24-5 Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, Dc. 7, 1 fa OLD LANDMARK REPLACED IT"""" u . : . pwm i urn mm wv!,talt s OLD MELROSE SCHOOL WAS : land for the plant $350,000 To Be Dedicated 5 ' ' jt - Dedication of the' new $350;-000 Melrose School , will 1 be held tomorrow at 7:3ft p.m. Opening of the new facilities this fall added a new chapter to the MtSofTuhich started long before it was even an official part of the Oakland School system. The old structure, with its impressive ') bell tower and o r n at e decoration, served thousands of students during its 59-year life. It was finally demolished this summer and the site leveled and surfaced for a playground area. $1,500 FOR SITE ; , Property for the school was purchased for $1,500 in 1901 by the Melrjse School District, then a part of the unincorporated Brooklyn Town-" ship.' That same year, construction was started on the eight-room - grammar school Red Cross to Play Santa for 700 Napa Hospital Patients BERKELEY, Dec. 7 - More than 700 patients at Sonoma and Napa State Hospitals will be remembered - with Christmas gifts by Berkeley , Red Cross. Included in the North Bay Council of Red Cross Chapters, East German Churches Urge Exodus End BERLIN, Dec. 7 DPD - Leaders of Germany's Evan gelical (Protestant) church are trying to slow the stream of refugees fleeing to the West from communist East Germany. A pastoral letter read in Soviet zone churches this week urged Christians to remain in East Germany and bear up under "the cross" of communist rule. It specifically told parish-: loners they could best serve God and their fellow men by carrying out their duties in the face of oppression as Christ did. The appeal reflected the growing concern in West Ger many that the exodus from - East: Germany-wilHeavethe communists . with no opposi-. tion there. More than 2 mil' . lion East Germans have sought asylum in the West since 1950 Qysters-: diet secret- , of ancient Rome Roman emperors called oysters the "dainty manna of the v sea." Caesar feasted on sliced oysters,; gently simmered in fresh milk and butter - much as Willapoint Oyster Stew is prepared today.- . The select, tender Northwest oysters used by Willapoint are finer than most Americans will ever see fresh in their markets. ' , ,AH the natural nutrients are protected in the preparation of this superb Oyster Stew. And 'it's ready to heat - and serve, year round-as a hearty lunch or supper, 1 or a first course to impress , your dinner guests 1 Aristocrat of Oyster Stews 1 1 KNOWN TO MANY STUDENTS DURING ITS 59 YEARS only cost $1,500 when it was bought in 1 901 Melrose to replace the original Melrose school on High St In 1905, Union High School No. 4 was established at Mel rose and classes held on the second floor and an annex while plans were drawn for, Fremont High School. Melrose wasjme of 14 districts annexed to the Oakland School District in November of 1909. The new school is one of 51 projects in the 1956 bond issue. It is the 28the 4rfficially dedicated out of the 37 completed to date. The new 300-student facility includes offices, a multipurpose room with kitchen, li brary, seven general . class rooms and one kindergarten. JOIN IS CEREMONY Among those taking part at tomorrow s ceremony will be Selmer Berg, superintendent which' includes the two hospi tals m its jurisdiction. Berke ley chapter s supply service includes the holiday project in special programs in which it participates throughout the year. - For children at Sonoma State Hospital there will be toys, cplot: books, crayons and books. Women patients at Napa will get scarfs,' costume jewelry, stockings stationery, pen s, handkerchiefs and purses. Gifts for men include socks, playing cards, handker chiefs, wallets, combs, cigar' ets and pens. Special gifts will be pro yided for 40 Sonoma patients who are in foster homes under care of the state while they are being rehabilitated into the community, and for 70 men at Napa State-Hospital with no families. In addition to the gifts, the chapter sent 4,000 Christmas cards to the hospitals for use by patients. Choose the choicest cheese..: DAtllSl! BLUE CHEESE , With the first taste, youll discover why genuin imported Danish Slue Cheese is always chosen by people of preference and discrimination. For here is a distinctive sestiness...a buttery-smooth texture... full bodied, continental flavor that dis-tinfuishes the true Blue, the gourmet Blue-Danith Blue. Get a wedge of real Danish Bine Cheese to-day.. .and pamper your "palate with the best for Just a few extra pennies. . , DENMARK CHEESE ASSOCIATION Fret ttipt Booklet Writs PABia 127s ' . . . , .... .. . . : ..j. i School Tomorrow of schools; Mrs. Cora Riser, member of the Board of Education ; Mrs. Michael Schaff ner, president of the Melrose P-TA; Elmer P. Zollner, Mel rose Business Association: Mrs. Nellie E. Jones, princi pal; Mary Louise Griff en, sixth grade student; Harriet G. Gelston, of the school fa& ulty; the Fremont High School ROTC group; Melrose orches tra and choral group; Gary Bouchia of the traffic patrol; the-Rev.-John Klopper of St Bernard s Church, and the Rev. Fred E. Trevitt of the High Street Presbyterian Church. Bible College Choir Concert Tomorrow The 61-voice choir of the Western Baptist Bible College will present a concert "The Song of Christmas"tomor-row at 1800 Elm St7 El Cer-rito, at 8 p.m. Under the direction of Gun-vor Olson, a member of the music faculty, the choir will sing : "Glory to God in the Highest," "Glory in Excelsis Deo," and" several other seasonal songs. - kidney vn meat liver 'n meat chicken moatymix chopped fish mm at DANASLU &and Centra) SUoa,M.T.n Basest h I DEDICATION OF NSW MELROSE SCHOOL SCHEDULED Modem $350,000 structure adds m now chapter to one Museum to Check SINGAPORE, Dec. 7-GIP&- The Raffles Museum here an nounced yesterday it is send ing a team to investigate re ports of the presence of huge . " , :' .''."' ' 7' 11 - . . ': ) . Three kinds of beans in barbecue sauce Nothing like 'em ever before. Three kinds : of beans(sunny California Pinks, luscious Great Northerns, tender Baby Limas) blended and simmered together in a " tangy, yet mild, tomato bafbectie sauce! Here's "fresh-off-the-bpen-fire" flavor , . . . the zip and tang of outdoor cookin' . , . yours In convenient, heat-and-eat style anytime you get the longingOTry 'em this. week..,freel 7 on Huge Malaya monitor lizards on two small islands off the east coast of Malaya. ; , . I - A museum spokesman said Royal Air Force pilots who re gFf-twe-openwr s- , II I I 3 KINDS OF BEANS IN MIL0 BARBECUE SAUCE I .'';''. rTI3 aT-V i!eHl' . itit iau I i i 4 FOR TOMORROW EVENING of Oakland's oldest schools Island Lizards ported seeing 14-foot lizards on the islands probably saw species of monitors which are known to grow up to 6 feet in length. CUP CAMPBELL'S NEW BARBECUE -- GET YOUR FIRST CAN IT UULbLSi D nmtem I 1 I - I ' CAMPBELL'S NEW BARBECUE BEANS ' ' I I P. O. BOX 12-C ; - I P. 0. BOX 12-C MOUNT VERNON 10, NEW YORK Enclosed Is label from one can price. NAME. ADDRESS. CITY - ' PRICE PAID FOR ONE CAN OF I .Limit on rtfund p family. Offet expiree January 31, 1961. Subject to state I veld if taxed, restricted or L. . Sunday Pundi 71 LOS ANGELES, Dec. 7-V U.S. foot soldiers of the 12C5-73 period will carry a 20- pound rocket launcher that can knock down hedgehopping jets and stop any known tank, an Arrfly general says. Brig. Gen. Charles S. D'orsa. commander of the Combat Development Experi mentation Center at l on ura, demonstrated at a news con ference this week" a new weap on called the "Red Eye." . ; Sensitive to the infra-red heat of let exhausts and tank engines, it aims and fires au tomatically. ' Gen. D'orsa said the "Red Eye" is still in the experimental staee but he believes it eventually will take its place among field weapons. - FLAVOR. OUT AND' MM TODAY WITH LABEL BEANS of Campbell's NEW Barbecue Beans. Please refund my purchiss LZONE CAMPBELL'S NEW BARBECUE BEANS forbidden by law. Please allow up to 3 weeks for handling. v- .J "In the war of tomorrow,1 he said, ' ;,the man on the ground with weapon in hand, will stand tall on the rubble pile and be ruler of all he surveys." CUureU Attn. Yuls Meeting tomorrow The Women's Association of the First Presbyterian Church will hold its annual Christmas meetinff tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the church. . The program will be opened with a prayer led by Mrs. Hugh Bercham. A seasonal worship service, "Candles of the Lord," will follow. Luncheon s e t v e d by the December Circle will culminate the affair. .;' .STATE. - and local regulations: . f

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