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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 6

Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • Page 6

Oakland Tribunei
Oakland, California
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1 6E Dec. 1,1971 Court 1 4 'X rges J. 1 I1 4' A "Si tJ0(Z rv -4 1 Urf r- -v-- I -1- T'i' i (-' JL 'I Slides daily. Automobiles shown at lower left are in lower parking-lot at the Mormon Temple. Three houses shown without house street numbers on Kitchener Court were demolished last week.

City stabilize slide would reconnect the stub ends of London Road shown at left and right sides of the map. Story, Page 1 City map shows topography of Wil-shire Heights, landslide which destroyed 17 houses and threatens 16 more. Slide is undercutting Kitchener1 Court arid flowing toward Jordan Road. Streets, driveways and houses are shown in solid lines, and elevation contours in light dotted lines. Eleyations within the change Police said Wilson had to-2 quired of the Robeys about their daughter, Sonia.

An ar-' gument ensued in Jesse Robey 17, went to aid of his mother, and as theyj wrestled on the sidewalk, Wfl- son was struck in the back by bullet. Mrs. Robey was bound over to Superior Court after a hear--ing yesterday before Oak-; land-Piedmont Municipal Court Judge Malcolm M.j Champlin. 'Single Adult Dance WALNUT CREEK Diablo Chapter, of Parents Without Partners will sponsor another -dance for single adults here at 9 p.m. Saturday at the Sara-' nap Inn, 1300 Boulevard Way.

Mrs. Lula Robey, 47, wife of an Oakland real man, been held to answer on rcharges of assault with intent to commit murder. Free on $5,000 bail, she is scheduled to appear in Alameda County Superior Court on Jan. 6. Mrs.

Robey' allegedly shot Steve Wilson, 25, son of Superior Court Judge Lionel J. Wilson, in a family scuffle in front of the Robey office at 5636 Shatftck last Aug. 3J 0 -K Wilson, a student at Cal State, Hayward, was partially paralyzed by the bullet near his spine, and doctors Fairmont Hospital saUdjjhe is showing definite progress in relearning to walk uder intensive therapytreatment. FREE DEMONSTRATION tECTURIS On the power of Meta-piychic in Action REV. KATHERINE KIMBROUGH, UCM-DMS Wrtter counselor end instructor in Metapsychics In Action" is Sat.

Dec. 4, 2 p.m. 8 p.m. "How Psychic Power Can Change Your Lift Sun. Doc.

5, 2 p.m. 8 p.m. "Emotional Blackmail I The Power of Thought" Mon. Dec. 6th 2 p.m.

8 "Whot is Re-Incarnation" LEAMINGTON HOTEL OAKLAND WHAT FRANKLIN Many find rhre these fecteres answers to the confesiee of torfef SUNDAY OPEN NITES TIL CHRISTMAS. NOON TO 5 P.M. OPEN NITES TIL CHRISTMAS. SUNDAY NOON TO 5 P.M. Typewriter savings to write home about.

Aluminum frame womens luggage with embossed vinyl over Bontex shell. Available in 5 travel-fashion colors. Interior has ruffled, padded lining made of rayon plus pockets for packing ease. Sale $16 Reg. 19.98.

14" Beauty Case Sale $28 Reg. 32.98. 26" Pullman s. Sale $14 Reg. 16.98.

15" Tote Sale 16 Reg. 19.98. 21" Weekend Youth Aid Plan Set Up College scholarships totaling will be provided by a contract between the Model Cities Project and the Oakland Unified School District. School directors approved the agreement yesterday to' use federal funds for up to $60,000 in scholarships to persons who attended or graduated from McClymonds High School. At least $15,000, and whatever portion of the $60,000 not awarded to McClymonds graduates, will be awarded to Model Neighborhood Area residents who did not attend McClymonds, with first preference for Spanish speaking residents of the area.

Eligibility criteria for the scholarships will be developed through the McClymonds Community Board, a segment of the schools federally financed dropout prevention project. The schools will set up a trust fund for the money and generally supervise the program, authorizing the expend: iture of funds in conjunction with the community Funds must be committed by Dec. 31. School director Charles Goady said he was concerned that scholarship recipients might need special preparation for college, and suggested that an enriched program be planned for them. Ed Case, Oakland Educa-t i Association executive, told directors his group is concerned about the problem of.

assaults on teachers, including Mondays attack by a parent on two San Francisco teachers and less serious local He asked, among other things, for installation of an emergency warning device in every teacher's room and development of A plan to bar un-. a ho i persons from school buildings at any time. Case said he believes Oak-lahd has in many respects served as a model in developing procedures to prevent such incidents, but he doesnt want the local district to revert to the kind of violente that resulted in brief, closures of two highScho6lS in 1968.. The new members of the Certificated Employees Council, the teacher, group which meets with the schools to-de-terminewages and working conditions, will be headed by Stan Kisther, an elementary, school teacher. Other members are Tay McArthur, Marilyn Patterson, Lucille Rogers, Dorothy Men-; gotto, Gene Clennon and Case.

jjie board adjourned rthei meeting until 5 p.m: tomor; row, when the recently adopted discipline policy will be discussed. Aluminum frame mens luggage. Embossed vinyl cover over a Bontex shell. Available in 3 handsome colors. Rayon padded lining.

Sale 28 Reg. 32.98. Men's 2-Suiter Sale 17 Reg. 21.98. Men's 21" Companion Sales prices effective thru Saturday, Dec.

4th. Sale price effective thru Sat. December 4. The Christmas Place Charge It at these Peiiney stores: ALAMEDA, Southehore. BERKELEY, Downtown.

CONCORD, HAYWARD, Southland. -LIVERMORE. OAkLANDrEdtmont. RICHMOND, Downtown; theta Penney itore: CONCORD, SunValleyAKLAND, Eatmont. HAYWARD, Southland,.

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