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Oakland Tribune Newspaper Archive: November 26, 1934 - Page 8

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   Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - November 26, 1934, Oakland, California                              B OAKLAND TRIBUNE MONDAY NOVEMBER 26 1934 National Council Observance Of Sabbath Eve at Temple Sinai Will Be Occasion What ct the Jewish Future will be ihe subject of a sermon Friday night at Temple Sinai by Rabbi N Stern when the Oak land section of the National Coun Lcil of Jewish Juniors observes Sah Eve Simultaneously Sabbath Eve will be observed by other of the organization throughout the United States and Canada During the services of the Oak Jand section Miss Olga Yaffe mefhi of the Junior give a violin solo accompanied by Mrs Beatty Roland organist according to Miss Rachel A Hirshberg chair man of the National Department of Eeligion i Following the services the local organization will be hostesses to their friends and members of the congregation at a reception in Cove nant Hall At that lime in addi tion to a Yiddish service rendered by Miss Lea Steinberg and words greeting by Miss Leslie Hyams fwesident of the group a oneact play Rebecca Graetz by Beatrice Mantel will be presented IReboccn Graetz is one of the prize win ning plays selected from entries Jn a play writing contest held some time ago by the National Council pf Jewish Women It is based on an Incident in the life of Miss Graetz who founded the first Jewish Sun day School in America in Phila delphia in the early nineteenth century Members of the cast are Florence Straus Hortense Hackman Sarah Davidson and Gertrude Lehrman Mr John Grover has been dramatic director Miss Hirshberg vicepresident of the national is chair of the evening and will pre side at the She has been assisted by Miss Syrvja Rabinowitz dramatic chairman jfclss Hcririetta Simon Miss Shirley Machbvr Miss IGbldie Schwartz Miss Selma Schwartz and otheji Marine Corps League Plans Plaza Shah A bronze monument honoring Oaklands World War veterans will be sought for the plaza fronting the City Hall Oakland Marine Corps League officials announced today J E Brock chief staff for the league in California said plans for a campaign to raise funds for the monument will be inaugurated soon Meanwhile he said league members have financed the erection of a flag pole on the plaza The pole will be put in place soon he declared Tentative plans Brock said are for a civic campaign to raise funds for the monument which will carry statues of a soldier sailor and a marine done in bronze The flagpole which will be erect ed at a date to be named later wilt be supervised by members of the Marine Corps League Members will raise and lower the colors on national and legal holidays The plaza Brock pointed out was dedicated as a War Memorial Plaza several years ago City Manager J SS Hassler he said has expressed hearty accord with the leagues plans Pleasanton Teacher Invents Projector PLEASAWTON Nov Busch science instructor at the Amador Joint Union High School has turned inventor and has pro duced from odds and ends what he calls a microbe projector which will enable him to project upon a screen hugh pictures of minute or ganisms so that the pupils will not he required to take turns nt a microscope during his talks According to O E McCormick the principal Busch constructed his projector at a total cost of The projector is attracting wide atten tion and Busch is considering its manufacture as an aid to education Expenditures Exceed Receipts in Vallejo VALLETO Nov mu nicipal cxpehditures were againstn city income of ac cording to a report filed with the City Council yesterday by City Au ditor George D Hildrcth A total of has been spent by the city since the beginning of the fiscal year July 1 The total appropriated for the year is 657 Receipts to date have been SAV BY BUYING NOW BE WARM AND COMFORTABLE GET ONE OF THESE MODERN SPA Circulating Heaters Regular Price Special Allowance 6 Easy Budget Payments A Spark circulating healer carries warm air to every corner of the room there arc no cold spots This model is finished to 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newly or anixcd Dads Club orchestra Spanish War Post of Hayward Nominated HAYWARD Nov Captain Clyde E Voorhoes U S Army ctired was nominated without op josition to command of Admiral Sampson Camp United Spanish War Veterans at the nomination of officers held in the Memorial rlall last night Others elected were E C Selby irsfc vice commander and Ira Cre ilius second vicecommander Wil iam P Hodgkins is the retiring lominandcr Captain Voorheos commanded the iaywarcl National Guard company or many years Election of officers will take lace Wednesday December 5 Trackman Held As HitRunner BERKELEY Nov few whisps of thread from an over coat led to the arrest of Jesse Furtado truck driver 1089 Sixty seventh Street Oakland as a hit and run driver after he had struck and injured Thomas M Sherman 62 of 2499 Piedmont Avenue Looking for a car answering the description the hitrun vehicle Patrolman A L Simmons found Furtados car parked at Haste Street and Telegraph Avenue with its right side dented Closer ex amination of the car thowed por tions of Shermans overcoat im bedded in the wood Patrolman Simmons cut a portion of the wood from the truck to hold as evidence Confronted with the policemans findings Furtado admitted that he was the driver of the hitrun vehicle Sherman struck in the vicinity of his home sustained lacerations of the face He refused hospital treatment According to witnesses who furnished police with a de scription of the truck Furtado was traveling at high speed Auto Association Representative Quits CENTKRVILLE Nov McDonald Southern Alameda County representative for the Cali fornia State Automobile Associa tion for the last three years has re signed his post and moved to Mo desto McDonald is to be succeeded by Albert A Lewis of Oakland who has been a representative of the association for many years Housekeeping rooms at 552 Twen tyfirst Street rented to one of many Tribune readers answering ad NOTHING DOWN 3 to 5 Years to Pay By Authority of the Federal Housing 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