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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - December 07, 1934, Oakland, California40 Oakland Tribune Friday december 7 1934 City Council studies first interns May be placed on ambulances emergency hospitals plan opposed the City administration is look ing into the advisability of pro Viding internet for the cites ambulances so that first Aid treatment 1 May be rendered immediately in emergency cases according to an announcement last night to the City Council by City manager John f Hassler discussion of the Hospital and ambulance service was started by councilman Thomas Fitzsimmons who suggested the possibility of establishing emergency hospitals in North West and East Oakland to handle the emergency cases Aris ing from frequent Auto accidents councilman Herbert Beach argued that this would create double taxation As the hospitalization of Oak land is being done now by the county councilman John f slav Ich a physician agreed with Beach saying proposal studied t the county is now paying All the Cost if you want to get your feet wet Start a movement for an t Oakland emergency Hospital we have been through All that before it was suggested however that municipal internet be stationed on City ambulances Hassler said the matter is already being looked into and a report will soon be Forth v coming r councilman Alex Arlett asked the representatives of City planning commission Why no report has been rendered about the advisability of rezoning foothill Boulevard it fifth Avenue to permit the erection of a Gas station there the application was made More than a year ago was withdrawn after a Nega Tive report from the planning com Mission and was then reintroduced and sent to the commission again t Ford Harvey of the Bureau of re search said that the commission does not wish to make individual rezoning reports until the new Gen eral zoning ordinance is adopted and he added that it was found not desirable to break the residential Rone in that District the coun cil however demanded r report in the near future bakery ordinance passed final passage was Given to the ordinance equalizing the rank and i pay of All the assistants in the City attorneys office a three officials j fill have the rank of assistant City i attorney the titles of chief Deputy and senior Deputy Are dropped the ordinance regulating bakeries and bakery wagons was passed to print bakeries and wagons must display signs and no deliveries of bakery goods May be made on sundays or Between 6 p ii m and a m on any Day a protest against the proposed rezoning of Hopkins Street from Par Boulevard to thirteenth ave 7 nue was received from w f Van Slyke and others and was referred to the City planning commission a traffic signal was asked for fifty fifth Avenue and foothill Boulevard by m j King and 200 others it was referred to the City manager the Council accepted an invitation to inspect the Low level Tunnel next tuesday after the Council session agents seize Man and illicit liquor in the second raid in two Days Federal Revenue agents last night arrested b c Bud Stnley 3301 Bona Street in a Public garage at 323 Twenty first Street and confiscated a truck and 50 Gallons of alcohol whisky and Gin the liquor said agent l d jes Fer who made the arrest was Boot leg and not tax paid Staley who was released on bail will no Pear this afternoon before u s commissioner f o Nebeker Here the first raid at Hayward resulted in the confiscation of a 15 gallon still and liquor and the arrest of a b Hagedorn Spanish War Veteran Hagedorn was held to answer for Federal court trial by commissioner Nebeker mystery blast fire raze ranch House san Jose dec eighteenth mystery explosion and fire in the last two years startled authorities Here today when in unoccupied ranch House store and service station in East san Jose were burned causing damage Esti mated at the is the first of the mystery bombings since last june for Sev eral months before that fires pre ceded by explosions were reported almost weekly in ranch houses and Small stores although slate authorities aided county officials in their attempt to determine the reason for the sex plos bonfires and the firebug Iden Tity no one was Ever apprehended Odd Fellows Lodge names new leaders Vallejo dec 7 h Wilson will head Golden state Lodge of Odd Fellows As Noble grand during the next year As the result of elections held wednesday night he will succeed Howard i Stevens other officers named include Lloyd o Cottrell vice Noble grand Robert h Demmon recording Secretary Thomas l Rodgers Finan Cial Secretary Wilbur j filler and Howard Echman member of the Board of trustees for a three year term Alice St Townsend club meets Friday a members of the Alice Street towns old old age pension club Art scheduled to meet monday p m in the lecture Hall of the Como apartment building 1450 Alice it was announced today prominent speakers will and meeting the Public in schools by Norman s Jones Willard e Givens superintendent of Oakland schools and mrs Givens will be honoured at a Farewell luncheon tuesday by member of the Castlemon High school faculty according to an announcement by g e Mortensen principal of the school Givens has been named As Man aging director of the National educators association and will assume his duties in Washington d c after january 1 Einar w Jacob sen will replace Givens Here mrs Eugenia Maryatt and Paul r Carey it a and dads club presidents Are invited to the lunch Eon As special guests 0 editor gives thanks Mercedes Prosser editor of the technical High school tecolote has extended the thanks of his staff to All those contributing Aid to its publication the Magazine made its appearance last week articles featured in the Magazine Are a football Story by Bob Looney a Jungle tale by Mary Dodson and a War Story written by Ivy Young june Carson was Winner of a Box of Candy for Selling the largest number of magazines with a 310 total girls High in Iro nors boys on the Honor Roll Market at the Castlemon High school touched what May be a new Low when but 18 of the schools men were reported As members of that list for the second Quarter there Are 61 girls noted on the list and Marian Reggio and Patricia Lloyd top for honors with eighteen Bride Points apiece the next nine having 17grade Points Are Margaret Bower Jacque Ine ditto Arlene Esh Ivad Swartz Bessie Obradovich Pearl Roven Granz Winnie Lewis and Milda of fort others named on the list Are Eileen spoon Violet Kenner Geral Cline Phelps Lucille Reggio Jack Shaw James Geanos Arm Trong Mary Isbel White Loretta Alvarado Francis Opavsky Bob a dwell Melvin wills Alvin i Hull Edith Cox Lillian Green 3ula Burston Vivian Pavo Otilio close Bill Peron Fred Kapp acne Acherman Grace Hie Dusha May la Conde Franci Slippan Ich Barbara crake Dale Miller Nur Hubbard Milda Iffert Jack Chi Joanne Tappan Mary chef in Florence Smith Beverly Weaver Scully Cora Smith Laura i pincer june Harris Mary Louise Tiz Lenord Silbey Bob Keller Iosco Rome t s Smith june Philips Mabel Toto co Wand Wimmy Rona Wolcott Florence Garofola Bill Brusstar Alice Putz Asuma Dehesa Francis single Adeline add logo Geraldine Nodell Helen Rodgers Dorothy Thomas Harold Jones Vigo Smith Ervin Pavel Adeline Maltos Phyllis Mille Rose Jove Lucille Grosski Raulz Irene Otto Mabel seeker and Dorothy Selvey to to 0 Little women plat Little women by Louise m Alcott will be Given is the term Lay at the san Genndro High school tonight at 8 Oclock mrs Margaret Abbott has been in charge of direction seen in loading roles Are Amy Mcfear Ennd Myrtle Grizler Carol Iain Lolita Dutro Allan Foster Ril Oiso Shoter Yale Meyer francs Cilby Ernest pict clan and Gen Eva Swnnson to take College exam Eleanor Hawksley Helen Slan ben3 Evelyn Bondoni and Carver Ensen of the san Leandro High school will Lake the subject a sex mention at the University of Cali Orrin tomorrow the term for Ilgah schools ends on january 25 As the new term at the univer sity starts on january 10 special have been made for Hose students going on to higher education 0 re 0 graduates have party the graduating class of the frock Junior High school held a party his week sponsored by their Moth ers Home room teachers Counselor and the Frick it a refreshments were served in the cafeteria following a program of games mid dancing in the gym Issum the school jazz orchestra furnished music o o o club to give party Christmas in Many lands party ror the student body of Hie Wool Wilson Junior High school will be Given by the dramatic productions club next Friday various count pics will be represented by Helene Holli Clay Lehrl Torrano Lise Lolle Schmidt Oki a Razzetli and belly Wol Coll George Tiller is to be Santa Claus am Vukasin John Pring car ppe Max Koliman and Jim pol Ned Are in a play mrs Lucille Simney and miss lean Parkhill sponsors of the club by miss Nona Calhoun Vliss Katherine Wachler mrs Dixie Hinrich mrs Gillogly and mrs ital ocl Robards in producing the affair to 0 0 students paint students of Art classes in Hamil Ion Junior High school have been making landscape pictures in water colors work was turned in by Fred Triplett Maxine Arthur de Mcgabe Ruth Sander Bob Wittig roof Corth and Olga Alf Ergott Church auxiliary elects officers Richmond dec e h Gall has been elected president of St Edmunds Church auxiliary for he coming year according to announcement today mrs g b Lauri zen was elected Vic president mrs Hannah Roy Ston Secretary and mrs j l Ryhn treasurer mrs Gall succeeds mrs Glenn Adams As president instal lation will take place at n meeting in january a Christmas luncheon will be held december b with mrs Gall and mrs Christ Caygill in charge naval race continues we spoke of Cabin Cruiser which attracted 100 buyers yesterday to Day we hear of racing runabout which brought but one answer to my 2679 bought h wests is theft my Jack West onetime prizefighter and father of Mae West screen Star is at the hotel Lake Merritt today under care for a critical heart ail ment the 73yearold Man arrived to Oakland on tuesday to be under the care of or Samuel w Yabroff local physician and heart specialist or Yabroff was first called into the Case november 24 when he flew to los Angeles at the request of Boris Petroff dramatic adviser for miss West local aaa administrator to Survey milk Quality prices an intensive Survey of the milk situation in Oakland and surround ing communities was started today by Charles f Kunkle Market administrator of agriculture adjustment administration with Headquarters at 3607 seventeenth Street the Survey according to Kunkle has nothing to do with the purity of the milk delivered to Oakland residents but is being made in an Effort to a probable later adjustment of prices which will enable the Farmer producer to obtain More for his product in the Survey however we will delve into All phases of the milk situation taking samples from the various dairies and milk plants checking prices paid to the pro Ducer and charged to the consumer and any other Angle that May As Sist in getting the Farmer what he deserves Kunkle stated this morn ing the City milk Bureau will not be hindered in their usual work during this recheck or Survey but will undoubtedly Render us valuable assistance samples of the milk and butter fat obtained by those making the Survey will be checked at the administrators Laboratory Eddyville by dec Francis Glenda Bank robber was executed at the state prison Here Early today for the slaying of Ben Keenon cashier in the robbery of the stamping ground Bank no vember 28 1932 recovering from fall Antioch dec Earl Euhay Carpenter who fell 25 feet from a scaffolding while working at the enea theater under construction in Pittsburg was reported to be improved today marrying judge holds Groom to bigamy trial police judge Edward j tit cell who performed the first marriage ceremony nine years ago for Ger Ald la vier 34 2230 Frederick Street today ruled la vier should be held Lor trial on a bigamy charge when police testimony showed the defendant had married again without first getting a Dir Vorce la vier according to police investigators married his first wife september 22 1925 and the couple had a daughter now 8 years old on july 28 la vier married again but the second wife soon became suspicious and asked the police department to investigate action of the Board of super visors in advertising for bids remove the old emergency hos Pital located in the rear of Hall of records at fifth y Lin streets has been rescinded a v favor of an Sera project to Dis Mantle the old building or Benjamin w Black county medical superintendent has been instructed to enter into negotiations with the Sera to get the project Jaq started As soon As possible wats anyone Easte r n 0 r we Ster 31151410 speedometer will prove that Triton lists longer than other oils or Western reason Triton is free from car Bogen reducing oxidation b Ridulis Waraft Ryou have used Triton for 10000 Miles or More micrometer checks of cylinders will 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