Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on May 11, 1963 · 8
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 8

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8-BB Aklattbitfirrlbune Sat.; May 1171963 K?invi -rn -'fikK WWW rWH V 1 ' I'' fe iSt SI,. ,. ftS f - Mm , -n , , - M-, , , n'- A GUARDIAN UON GETS A LIFT TO KNOWLAND STATE PARK Raymond Miller (left) and Supervisor Emanuel Razeto watch lions move Stone Lions ReaHyMade From Metal Alameda County's "stone" lion guardians, which have been sen tinels before the portals of the old Hall of Records building at 4th St. and Broadway since before the turn of the century, aren't stone at all. "They're really iron or some other metal," revealed Supervisor Emanuel Razeto, chairman of the board's public works committee. " : ' ' "Most everyone has believed they were stone or concrete underneath the pain t," Razeto said. "But tap them and they ring... like a bell." 1 Razeto. who believes the liens, no matter what they are made of, should have a place of honor "for protecting our records so faithfully through the years," watched them removed from their original location Fri- day by an Oakland Park Department crew. Also present was Raymond Miller, who heads the advisory committee of the Eastbay Botanical and Zoological Society. 1 The board of supervisors last week agreed that the two statues should be entrusted to Knowland State Park in East Oakland, where they will be placed at the entrance of the zoological gardens. The brick structure they've guarded so long soon will be razed. The Welfare Department, which formerly used the antiquated building, moved recently to new quarters acrqss Broadway. Old photographs indicate the lions were an integral part of the original Victorian design, which before 1930 included two front wall plaques of lions and a dozen bearded gargoyles at the eaves. , . ; . . . .'-.- ..... : H , Holland Booming, Says Dutch Envoy 3. ..- -v. I w- y k i - rt " V M: Vvr ::j DR. JAN VAN ROUEN Netherlands ambassador Fire Safety Job to Start In 2 Schools ALBANY-A low bid of $62,765 for fire safety work at Marin and Cornell schools has been ac cepted by the Albany board of education. " The bid by Chamberlain Con struction Co. of Berkeley was referred to the architect, B. Reede Hardman, for some possible changes since,the original estimated cost of the proposed work had been set at $42,000. Superintendent Schools Kenneth Forry said the plan was to go as far as possible on the money available. A second bid received was considerably higher. . . ... The work involves sprinkler, fire alarm, electrical and heat ing alterations to bring the schools up to required emergen cy and safety regulations. The Holland tourist who expects to step off ship or plane into a land of windmills, wooden shoes and tulips, will be sorely disappointed jsays -Dr-JanH. van Roijen, Netherlands ambas sador to the United States. Van Roijen was a luncheon guest Friday of Donald Browne, vice president and treasurer of Kaiser Industries. The Dutch envoy to Washington for 13 years was the Netherlands' negotiator last year in talks which followed Indonesia's threat to seize Dutch West New Guinea by force. -ECONOMY BOOMS Actually the visitor enters a land. of booming economic development, highly industrialized and facing a labor shortage, he said. Forty-two per cent of the economy is industrial, only 12 per cent agrarian, Dr. Roijen said. Like the other Common Market countries, Holland has enjoyed rapid industrial growth since World War II, registering an increase of 30 per cent as compared with 14 per cent in the United Kingdom and 18 per cent in the United States. American capital is welcomed in Holland, the ambassador said, and many firms already are es- lauusnea mere. U.S. INVESTMENTS There has been considerable American investment in Dutch enterprises and numerous Amer ican banks have branches in that country. Dr. van Roijen said the Neth erlands' economic policy is di rected toward an Atlantic part nership which rests on the United States on the one hand, and on a United Europe on the i other. He said the Netherlands! intends to contribute to the North Atlantic Treaty Organiza tion alliance without which we long ago would have been enclosed behind the Iron Curtain." OBITUARIES Mrs. Eva Hatch Funeral services will be held ' Tuesday for Mrs. Eva Hatch, 59, widow of a former Oakland police lieutenant. Mrs. Hatch .was .killed Thursday night in an auto accident on State Highway Four just south of Rodeo. Her late husband, Clifford A. Hatch,' died in 1957 in a truck-car collision and explosion near Bakersfield. He retired from the Oakland force in 1950 after 25 years of service. Mrs. Hatch lived most of her life in Oakland. She is survived by three sons, Walter, Ernie and Harry, and 13 grandchildren. Services will be' held at 10:30 a.m. Tuesday at the Fruitvale Chapel of the Clarence N. Cooper Mortuary, 1580 Fruitvale Ave. The Rev. Fred Trevitt will officiate. MrsvHulda Weibel FREMONT - Mrs. Hu Jd.a Weibel, wife of a prominent Mission San Jose wine manufacturer, died Friday in Berkeley. Mrs. Weibel. 48, had been ill for several months. Born in Portland, Ore., she was the wife of Fred Weibel, president of Weibel Champagne Vineyards, and had been active in the operation of the business until her health failed. Surviving besides her husband " BrethreerhTidrenFredr 17; Diana, 15; and Linda, 13; and two brothers, Oscar H. Habluet-zel of Mission San Jose, and Adolph Habluetzel of Portland, Ore. Servjces will be conducted at the Presbyterian Church in Irv-lngton at 11 a.m. Monday. Ar- ADVERTISEMENT DECONGESTANT EYE DROPS An amazing new discovery. 2020, THE PROFESSIONAL EYE MEDICATION iJ a crystal clear ey drop that tart instantly to relieve and decon-cest red, swollen, tired, Irritated and Inflamed eyes; Jmprovef appearance, cools, soothes and comforts your eyes. Available at all drug counters, no prescription needed. - Adv. tate Appraisers and past presi dent of the Oakland Real Estate Board. Mr. Knapp was born in Oak' land and lived here all his life He resided at 396 Bellevue Ave Friends are invited to attend the funeral today at 9 a.m. at the John Cox Piedmont Memorial Chapel, 4016 Howe 'St., thence to Our Lady of Lourdes Church where a Requiem High Mass will be offered at 9:30 a.m. Recitation of lhe Rosary was at 8 p.m. Friday. Jetp ort Has Rhone . i. 4 Call Boom Calls by the hundreds continue to pour into the Metropolitan Oakland International Airport's flight -information center each day. ' In order to handle the unexpected business, the airport has added additional telephone lines and information clerks. Alvin Mitchell, supervisor of the center, reports that about 20 per cent of the callers are booking flights. Most of the others obtain information, for future trips. - After taking reservations, the clerks inform travelers where they can pick up their tickets from travel agents and airline offices.' For. Oakland area jesidents, the center's number is 5624165. Outside the Oakland toll zone, travelers should ask the opera tor for EN terpnse 1-2421 . . Mitchell is being assisted ' by reservation and routing experts from Trans World and United airlines. ' Mfr. Diablo Scout Council ReiectsCohsolidatibnPlan? MARTINEZ The Mt. Diablo Boy Scout Council has voted to reject the proposed consolidation of seven Bay Area councils into a regional Boy Scout jurisdiction, , -. -. v The action was taken at a dinner meeting here after a report by a special study I committee headed by A. F.. Bray of Martinez, Justice of the State District Court of Appeals. Unification was suggested by a special commission in 1961. So far, only the Oakland Council has. given the idea final approval. Mt. Diablo, .with a membership of 15,500 Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Explorers in Contra Costa County, Berkeley and Albany, is the second council to vote itself out of the proposaL The San Mateo Council previously decided against unification. . "The youth population of Contra Costa' County is growing by leaps" and bounds,". Bray said, "which will enable the council to continue to grow in size. "Since scouting Is essentially a volunteer program, ' (disapproval of consolidation) "will- en able a closer liaison between . . . the representatives from the communities. . . ' Action on the suggestion is pending by councils in Piedmont, Alameda, San Francisco and Marin County. Court of Honor to. Follow Breakfast EL CERRTTO Boy Scout Troop 104 will combine its annual Mother's Day breakfast with a Court of Honor Sunday. . Breakfast will be served at 7:30 a.m. at the Fairmont School auditorium and will be highlighted by the induction of 21 new members. - Awards will go to Tom Doepp-ner, second class; John Chapman, first class; Bruce Bakker, star, and Glen Bakker, life. Winning merit badges will be presented to Daryl Cook, Charles and John Chapman, Bruce Bakker, Glen Bakker, Chapman, Barry Swank, Dick Jones and Bill Wvllie. Year Pins will be rpresented trr Chapman, Jttckey Kansagrad,, Joey ivessmger, Dave Van Matre, Bruce Carnes, Ken Pryor. Eagle Awards - y; Given 12 Scouts .Two Oakland .brothers were among 12 Eastbay Boy Scouts conferred with Eagle, awards Friday night at ceremonies attended by more than 200 per sons at .the , Anthony tnanoi Elementary School. .They were Gary and Lee Dit- lefsen, 17 and 15 respectively, the sons of Mr. and Mrs. K. L. DiUefsen, 1271 Holman Road The Ditlefsen brothers are members of Troop 223. . i Another awardee of Troop 223 was Lonnie Merrill. The other nine Eagle recipi ents at the Lake District court of honor included: ,. Richard Burger, Peter DuBols and Lawrence Payne, Troop 1212; Stephen Donovan, John Danek, Mary Ivary and Stephen! Sheperd, Troop 274, Warri Bellows, Troop 288; and V:' ' Pahlroeyer, Troop 233: Makine the presentations' j State Assemblyman -Don I' h ford, R-Piedmont, who receh; J his Eagle award at the Chabot school in 1927. ; . The court of, honor was hosted by, Troop 211 Guard, Reserve Reorganization i i WASHINGTON. (UPI) -rTh8 Army announced Friday?that .. the reorganization of the Army National Guard and the . Army Qrganjized Reserve was com-, pleted May 1-a month ahead of schedule. The controversial reorganise ' tion Is largely a paper re-snulfle pending field tests this summer, Army officers Indicated. l - - ftasaaaaaososoos I BARNES WRIGHT - TI10 I IHKTMmi i 2034 BROADWAY CT coos;. SHIRTS : MADE : TO UPflPI Hp Iff qpfffr rntaHiM-Jtcobf hit nigMiaNc a u with Mvartl mof nuiwracturtrt ( sitpoM f tMir.tnhr rtmiining stocks of 19(2 ApptUncn. In wiany casts riitra (t only a tlifht iiHtnnn in trim, frn rha 1963 models. Evarything naw and parfact. CarieaJt ( aKiay n rafrigaraton, fiaaian, wuhtrt, 4rytn, ranges . . . ra k taM at kiga disounts. Fraa tUlivarf ' within SO miles. AH warrantias httVti by eir awn factory authorixao1 aarvka a"tM'w"' lay an bank farms with law down paymant or asa aur spaclal 90-day plaa.; f 1 rangements are in charge of the Chapel of the Palms, 37337 Fre mont Blvd. Ralph A. Knapp Funeral services will be held today for Ralph A. Knapp, 74, a past president of the Building Owners and Managers Associa tion. He was a memhpr of the mericarr-fastrtutroffiear-F Missionary Will Talk on Puerto Rico Brigadier Tobias Martinez, who pioneered , the work of the Salvation Array in Puerto Rico, will speak at 7 p.m. Sunday at the Oakland Salvation Army Citadel.. During Brigadier Martinez's 30 years as a Salvation Army officer, he has served 10 years as a missionary to Centeral and i South America. He is en route sume command of the Salvation Army operation. ; Kindergarten Sets Monday Registration CASTRO VALLEY Registration for kindergarten classes in Castro Valley schools will open Monday, and the district urges parents to enroll children early, because class sections will close when enrollments reach 30. ToqualifyTyouhgsters'must be five years old before Dec. 1C 1 i , ,i , r'. v OUR CUIK PRINCIPALS ARE: Ideal funeral appointments. Prices to meet your needs. Service: conscientious and satisfying, regardless of price. Chape! also available for weddings. Lady attendant for aU serried Parking lot adjoim our- beautiful floral chapeL ..i'LbJFMJJ TH 8-2132 ADELINE AT ASHBY AVENUE BSREtCV ONE-OF-A-KIND SPECIALS! READ THE FINE PRINT! SAVE BIG MONEY! WASHtR. ttmi new RCA Whirlpool, 12. lb. capacity, circulating lint filter. Flexible temperature control. Standard model, not the fanciest but what a buyt Companion calue ebewner J245. 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