Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on December 7, 1965 · 14
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 14

Oakland, California
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Tuesday, December 7, 1965
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1 4 E eakUmhl&Ertbuttt Tues.,Dec.7,1965 "'.JJ 1 .' " t 111 i VETERAN'S CHRISTMAS FUND A Busman's These Wounded Veterans Remember Pearl Harbor Twenty - four years ago today the Japanese dealt a severe blow at Pearl Harbor, bringing the United States into World War IL But it was a setback from which this country would recover. Some of the veterans in that war will never be the same again, though! They still are bedridden or under treatment at veterans hospitals throughout the U.S. On Dec, 7,1941; the Veterans Hospitals Christmas Committee was In the midst of a drive to raise money for Christmas gifts to veterans of World War I. It was the group's 18th campaign. Today, it is in a similar campaignthis time with veterans of World War I, World War n, Korea, and Viet Nam as recipients of the gifts, entertain-, ment programs, and decorations at Oakland Naval and Liver-more Veterans Hospitals. . The committee needs $17,750, and your help. Theme for the drive is, "Give to Those Who Gave." Here are the latest who have: OAKLAND Mrs. B. J. Funk .........:.;....W. EM K. and Jenny L Folk ...... 5.00 C William J-Jg The Sertoma Club 'J JO Mr. and Mr. L. NelUon ......... S.00 In loving and grateful memory of Counsin Fred 3.00 Mrs. R. L. Hester Sr. 3.00 Irene Sturtewant J00 Ora Muse JS E. R. Hawk J.OO Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Johnson 4.00 . -Mildred Teater Mrs. G. W. WWttler 200 Mrs. Alex W. Kletnenbrofch ....... ISO In memory of Domingo Perata ... 5.00 Mrs. Joyce A. Boorman ........ 5.00 Hubert and Edith Sclrteoal ,...... 5.00 m w. Wolford .... ; 5.00 A. P. Entenza Auxiliary No. S3, U.S.W.V. .... Mrs. F. A. Wlldman ii- ur L aran T. PUH Claude B. Smltti Co. i-w In memory of my brother, ... Norman Weidy . f.OO R. J. Murray J 00 E. U Marsh "J Mrs. ClotHdsv Woodyard 5.00 Sunshine Sewing Clrde J.J0 Mrs. J. A. Campbell ............. 10.00 Oalley Bod...,.... ..J. Cy .5. M. Dailey Body Co. Mary E. West ' W.00 In memory of my mother from Lillian Wolllti ..- , IJ.OO Farrell L. Swallow 2 00 Mrs. Orpha Kehew ................. 5.00 Montclalr Junior Women's Club .... 5.00 Fay and Willard King 2.00 A. L. Garland ,- 5.00 Bakery and Confectionery Workers Union, Local No. lit 25.00 Marie M. Jenkln 10.00 Mrs. Margaret P. Bamert 200 Sanford O. Groscup '.. 3.00 A. R. Whitlow 5.00 U A. Vierra 2 00 Adeline H. Jacobsen 3.00 130 Martha Club, O.E.S 10.00 Charles H. Woessner 5.00 Paul Y. Yamada 5.00 William M. Barrett ...... 1.00 United Daughters of the Confederacy 5.00 Grandmothers Sewing Club 2.00 Robert W. Young 15.00 Bud and Rosa 10.00 Anon 3.00 Will's Salad Co. 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. John MacDonaid .... 10.00 GVe-For Those Who Gave Veterans Hospitals Christmas Committee, 4444 East 14th St., v Oakland X, California, 94601 ' ; This is my way of saying "Merry Christmas" to the wounded and ill men and women in Alameda County's two military and veterans hospitals. 1 Here is my gift of $....... to help you reach your goal of $17,000 for gifts, entertainment and Christmas decorations for these men and women. NAME ADDRESS This coupon may be mailed or presented in person with contributions to the committee office. Holiday - ( i 5.00 5.00 2.00 r" HOSPITAL SHOW Mary Valle, secretary-treasurer of the Veterans Hospitals Christmas Committee, shows slides of last year's Christmas program to Bryan King, committee chairman (left, standing), i'yoJfJX0" - 500 00 James Hickey, assistant director of Livermore Vet-American. Legion 20 00 11 ,,4 D,, AJ, U.-U rntalu loans iiuopuai, anu icai nuui, i laiuiu v-urscr y (right), of ficer-in-charge of Oakland Naval Hospital. E. S. Latham 2.00 Arthur G. Schaefer 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Henry D. Kaiser ... 5.00 Old Veteran 1.00 Marlon Covel 2.00 1 Ruth H. Sherrard 5.00 Anon 5.00 ALAMEDA Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Koelmel 3.00 Anon 100 W. A. McKnlght 10.00 Delia C. Vallerga 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Antonson ... 2 00 J. L. Arps 10.00 Mrs. A. Soulages 5.00 C. J. Dietrich 5.00 Mrs. Isabella Moore 2.00 Cmdr. and Mrs. G. W. Klmmons ... 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Prescott J. Kendall . . . 10.00 C. D. W 15.00 Maria C. Wlnlker 5.00 ALBANY Frances Pryde 3.00 Albany Parlor No. M0, N.D.G.W. ... 2.50 BERKELEY Mrs. Mary Henderson 2.00 Eleanore D. Locey 5 00 E. V. Hardie 2.50 M. Christensen 1.00 M. L. De La Mater 2.50 Hannah J. Rawson 1000 Mrs. J. W. Vance 5.00 C. Norman Peterson Co 10.00 Lela Mae Bingham 1.00 Virginia Suydam 4.00 1 In memory of oilman L. lust, jr. 7 00 Mr. and Mrs. Karl Ogrey 5.00 Berkeley Garden Club 5.00 CASTRO VALLEY Osmund F. Kuhns 2.00 J. P. Neldenbach 2.00 Clifford Berlin 5.00 HAYWARD Eden Garden Club 5.00 Bill Coady Post No. 4X, American Legion 10.00 Eden Barracks No. 306, Ladles Aux., Veterans of World War I 10.00 Mr. Cornish 1.00 Ethellne Santiago 2.00 Laurena Merrin 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Parkt L. White .... 3.50 C. G. Harvey 4 00 Paul J. Sullivan 3.00 LIVERMORE James and Nancy Pearson 10 00 In memory of Capt. Dan Smith. .. 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Christian 1 00 Herbert Meyer 5.00 PIEOMONT Mr. and Mrs. Warren Boyd 25.00 H. V. Gunderson 5.00 G. J. Murphy 15 00 140 Marthas Association, O.E.S 10.00 Anon 5.00 SAN FRANCISCO Pattern Makers Association William Oscar Johnson, V.F.W. Post No. 97 For Santa Jolly St. Nick himself will be at the wheel when youngsters in Berkeley, Oakland and Alameda join him Thursday and Friday for. a Yule season busman's holiday. Santa will load his pack of candy canes and his store of secrets aboard a decorated AC Transit bus at University and Sacramento Streets in Berkeley Thursday at 10:52 a.m. The bus will follow the Line 88 routing along Sacramento and Market Streets in West Berkeley -and 12th Street in Oakland, to the Southern Pacific Depot. Santa will remain on the bus for several trips until mid-afternoon, leaving the bus at University and Sacramento Streets at 3:15 p.m. The "Holiday Bus" has been painted blue with silver stars, and has cut-out figures of Santa, his sleigh and his reindeer fly ing "through the sky" on each side. On Friday, the candy and gift-laden bus will start at Third Street and University Avenue in Berkeley at 11:27 a.m., traveling the 51 Line through Berkeley, along College Avenue and Broadway, downtown Oakland to High Street and Fernside Boulevard in Alameda. St. Nick, the bus driver, will pass out candy canes and listen to Christmas requests and, after several trips, will return to Third and University at 4:54 p.mv The holiday bus will be in service on the line from 6:37 a.m. until 6:35 p.m. Other personal trips by Santa aboard the transit district's special bus will be made during the school vacation week prior to Christmas. Tomorrow the bus will be in regular service without Santa Claus on the transbay F Line, Berkeley-Shattuck Ave. Saturday it will take part in a party planned at DeFremery Park. The party is sponsored by the Oak Center Neighbor hood Association from 10 a.m. to 12 noon, then will roll back on the F Line from 3:21 to 6:15 p.m. The district's "Candy Girls," Mrs. Adele Barouskas and Mrs. Neysa Harford, will switch from their bus driving uniforms to red holiday costumes tomorrow to ride various buses in each city. They will pass out candy canes and literature on the "Stop-off and Go-Again" trans fer plan. k Yokes on Simto By JIM HAZELWOOD Too much "Ho Ho Ho" from department store Santas is bad for children, according to the nation's best-known authority on babies. " Dr. Benjamin Spock, whose Common Sense Book of Baby end Child Care has sold over 18 million copies, advised against taking the children to see Santa Claus in an . interview in San Francisco yesterday. "I'm not anti-Santa Claus," Dr. Spock asserted. "I think it's wonderful to share Santa Claus with the children, although I didn't try to put him across as a reality with my own. . "But we should refrain from taking 2 and 3 year olds to department store Santas. "These characters feel it is their responsibility to grab the children and talk to them in a against another well-established American Christmas tradition the large family dinner. "If you have any choice, it is -best to avoid large family gath erings at Christmas," he said, DR. BENJAMIN SPOCK very loud voice, causing them to cry." ' ' ... Dr. Spock also came out "By the end of the day, many young children are going to pieces. Dr.. spock also claimed that too many, presents causes children to lose sight of the real meaning of Christmas. "Deluging children with too many toys is unwholesome," he said. "Children begin to think of Christmas as primarily an occasion for taking in loot This is fostering greediness." Dr. Spock is here to launch a Northern California chapter of the National Committee for a Sane Nuclear Policy, an organization of which he is national cochairmen. U.G. Opera Shows Creative Talent By PAUL HERTELENDY Tribune Music Critic At the University of California a hard-working group of students have mounted an ambitious production of von Einem's modern opera, "The Trial." ' While it failed to recreate either the spirit and impact of Kafka's great novel by the same name it brought out some creative talent in the Student Opera Theater that will, hopefully, be applied to premiering meatier opera in the future. "The Trial" deals with a pliable, modern-day Everyman who is intimidated, summoned and tried without his ever taking action against the fatal, and symbolic, conspiracy. The performance Sunday night to be repeated tomorrow night in Pauley Ballroom on the U.C. campus showed imaginative techniques in modern theater, in eluding multi-level revolving sets, tape recordings and even motion picture projections. The grotesque and the disgusting were effectively realized in the hearing scenes, while Joseph K.'s aimless drift in the oppressive tide took on its catastrophic meaning through tenor Thomas Hageman's able characterization. , : There were numerous problems, not the least of which was the unintelligibility of the singers and recordings over the large orchestra. The main problem, however, seemed to be Gottfried von Einem himself, for he chose an impersonal and abstract musical context that rarely focused on the individual settings involved. For the Opera Theater's President Kirk Weaver and its impressive conductor, Christopher Keene, their second English-language production implied that the main item lacking was a first-rate modern opera to perform. Given that much, along with a few more solid voices like Hageman's, it could be the start of something good. M NOOf AND 100 MOOF BOTTLED III BONO BOTH KENTUCKY STRAIGHT BOURBON WHISKY I. W. HARPER DISTfLLINQ CO.. tOUISVIUE. KENTUCKY It's a long time 000 "LAST CALL!" a a CUSTOM-PHOTO GREETING CARDS Irinj in yaur favorite iijitiie I) Dec. 11. Wt (uirantei delivery retire Caristmas. "TM Per sen I Way ti Say Merry Ckmtmai!" MORAGA CAMERA & RECORD SHOP OPEN FOR BUSINESS Moraga Center Woraga, Calif. 376-6685 L L7S CM 1000 1.00 SAN LEANORO Mrs. Amelia Rlsoll 5.00 Barracks 1130. Ladles Aux. of World Wor I 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Cerle Brown 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Robert D. Keller .... 1.00 Five Cs of Sen Leandro 10.00 AOXe Elwoed 10.00 Fred and Maria James 1.00 Mrs. Leftoy L. Cirm 10.00 George J. Shlmko 5.00 WALNUT CREEK Mr. and Mrs. Carl B. Shaw 5.00 Mrs. Elsie E. Valentino 5.00 Ruth E. Edwards 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. Clayton Myers 5.00 CASTRO VALLEY Howard D. Jackson 300 Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hornberger ... 1.00 Nellie Frankenberg 1.00 FREMONT Alicia K. Emery 1.00 Mother of a Marine Hi Vler Nam... 10 00 Alberts 1.00 The Livingston Children 1.00 OTHER CITIES ' In memory of Ruth F. Henry, Alamo 25.00 Go Era Parlor No. ft, H.D. G.W Columbia 1.00 ,Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd L. Whites, Concord 5.00 Ted ersoton, Lafayette 25.00 Laurel r trior no. a, N D G w . Nevada Cltv 5 Mrs. C. M. Goerd, Rio Vista 150 F. L. Marrk, San Josa 10.00 Karen Cooper, Concord 1.00 Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Lenox, Fremont 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Barclay. Lafayette . .V 1.00 tVHrne rmw no. itt, N.O.O.W., Modtto - 5 00 Haoeman Cats, Napa ..... 10 00 John L. Slmonson, Feasant Hill . 5 00 Mrs. Harold B. Blake, San Lorenza 5 00 - Mrs. Marie Lee Kelly, San Pablo - S.00 Berryeste Parlor No. 12, N O G. Modesto 5 00 Total .11,3500 . Previously acknowledged IMS? M Total to oaie ...ai&ai.ze between holidays give the best ! whyeot mm lover o TR f P,ICK' IT ALL ADDS UP THAT TO MULTIPLY YOUR FUN DON'T DIG SQUARE ROOT SOUNDS, SUBTRACT THE REST AND MAKE KSOL THE ANSWER TO GREAT LISTENING 24 HOURS A DAY. ccs(i mm m THE SOUL OF THE CITY . . . 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