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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • 70

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Oakland Tribunei
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Oakland, California
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rt T.of a -it 'r --i 11 'w." Oaldand Man 22-S Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, March 29, 1961 Film Quickie Shot In Theater Ruins Named to Post Iii Blue Cross Melvin J. Quavle of Oakland l.f it V- -vi v. 1 i I 4i -'v- i cock-like nightmare about a beautiful and leggy blonde who stretches out in a pastoral meadow to do some has been appointed operations manager for Blue Cross In Northern California, it was announced by J. Philo Nelson, cogitating. While indulging tne de lights of springtime musing.

Adult Classes Open Monday For Albany ALBANY, March 29 The Albany Adult Education Center will open its spring quarter Monday with a wide variety of subjects on its schedule of day and evening classes. Registration for evening classes to be held at Albany High School will begin at 6:30 p.m. Monday in the principal's office while instructors will accept registration 1 for evening classes held at other locations and all day classes. Enrollment is open to residents of other communities than Albany. A complete schedule of classes' and description of courses has been distributed to Albany residents and for those in surrounding areas executive director Quayle will be responsible for coordinating and directing office operations, personnel and auditing at the Blue Cross fugue sets in so suddenly that she fancies herseii pur- sued by three men, over lull ff headquarters in Oakland and and dale and into tne ruins I Three students from the California College of Arts and Crafts two boys and a lovely blonde coedwent into the movie business amid the realism of real downtown Oakland ruins.

The three were on lunch-hour location at the site of the original Ye Liberty and later Central Theater between 14th and 15th streets on Franklin St Demolitionists are razing the old building and the shattered remains lok like a scene out of a war-time television documentary. While curious sidewalk directors gave bits of advice, the real director, Roger Flint, of an old building where she for the offices in San Jose, Sacramento and Fresno. A native of Oakland and finally is trapped. While the movie is fantasy, the production costs are not. "It already has cost us $45.50 in film, props and COS-tnmes a5H riirertnr Flint: brother of Superior Court Judge Thomas K.

Quayle, he mm uves at zoo uwingion ai. wiu his wife and son, Jack. i Accolan61 RIPE OLIVCO i Ascoiano variety elfves art mow for their ila. tenderness- i and rich, sut-like flavor. Theif;" 9 1 have more olive meat in relation to pit than any other ripe olive variety; -3 Remember Obertf It's the 2.

BIG olive! Write for FREE colorful, HIuk trated olive recipe booklet tjjj There won't be any spoken cnnnrl- Rut thi Charlie Rpll Mt.Hiti, nT contemporary jazz quartet will give out with the theme music. 19. cool and deliberate and armed only with a 16 mm Christian Science W. Norman Cooper of Los Angeles will deliver a Christian Science lecture on "Divine Power and Goodness" at 1 p.m. Friday at the Scottish Rite Temple, 1547 Oak St The lecture is sponsored by" the camera, posed and-re-posed blue-eyed Heather Hyde, 18, against a backdrop of crum copies may be obtained at the administration office of the Albany Unified School District, Solano and Cornell bling concrete.

Christian Science churches of Avenues. Oakland. Flint's assistant, William Newton, 22, obligingly shielded the girl's fair complexion from the sun with an old piece of plywood. The name of the five min A LUNCH-HOUR MOVIE BUSINESS AMID RUINS OF THE OLD CENTRAL THEATER From left, William Newton, Roger Flint, and blue eyed Heather Hyde Electrical Trouble Leads Motor Woes CHICAGO, March 29 UPI) Battery or electrical system trouble accounted for about 25 per cent of motorists' service calls to the American Automobile Association last year, the AAA has reported. Figures compiled by the AAA and released by the Chicago Motor Club indicated flat tire calls, long the No.

1 headache, dropped 2 per cent in 1960 to 18 per cent of a total 64,965,000 calls. ute, 45-second epic, being filmed as a class project, is Bay Area Student Wins Scholarship for Study at Oxford "Fugue," a musical term re John Vaio of 491 JEtich St. Is cently adopted by psychia lowances, and grants for books and travel. The pro trists, which loosely means a flitting, or perhaps, fleeting lumbia University, will read classics at University College, Oxford, for bis B.A. The awards entitle the students to two years study in Great Britain with living al one of 24 American students winning Marshall Scholarships from the British government.

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