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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - March 6, 1940, Oakland, California
Oakland Tribune wednesday March 6, 1940 kiwanis to hear talk by forester an address by professor Wood Metcalf head of the forestry at the University of fett fornia will be Given tomorrow night at the meeting of the Eastlake Oakland kiwanis club in connection with Forest conservation week. Will illustrate his talk which will concern forestry in re lation to living. The meeting will be held at the Alpine Lott the Al Patito Machik fess permanent i the East Bay s own. This scientific wonder in per manent waving was developed at the East Bay school. Completely machine less it is unique in method and in delightful results on the hair. A perfect easter permanent for you a student work East Bay school of Beauty culture of Lei . Tf_o3od Lake Merritt names manager Thomas b. Burness of Piedmont hotel gets new position Thomas b. Burness manager of the Piedmont hotel today was i named manager of the Lake Merritt hotel. The appointment was announced by w. K. Bowes president of the Paramount hotel corporation which and three other hotels. Burness has had widely varied experience in All phases of hotel operation and management. He in ured the hotel business in 1930 As director of Lor j Lodge m Napa county. Since then he has been engaged As director of guest activities at deep Well ranch m Palm Springs As assistant Man Ager of the hotel Durant in Berkeley and manager of the hotel Piedmont. Burness is a graduate of the University of California a member of the i Kappa Alpha fraternity the University club the Junior and the senior chamber of Commerce of Oakland past president of the pied Mont Avenue merchants association and a past director of the Berkeley chamber of Commerce. I when Burness the management of the Lake Merritt hotel he took with him As his assist ant manager Maurice Bjorkstrom who served in a similar capacity at the Piedmont hotel. Gets new hotel Post stubborn head colds relieve stuffiness and misery this proved Way melt a spoonful of Vicks vap rub in boiling water breathe in the steaming medicated Vapours. Them at bedtime rub vap rub on Throat and Chest to get full Benefit of its Long continued action while you sleep. And you will be delighted with is epilepsy inherited what causes it a Booklet containing the opinions at famous doctors on this interest ing subject will be sent Frek they last to any Reader writ ing to the educational division 635 fifth ave new York x.t., dept. Ktt-241. To quickly painful j of Ninal 1 7 and ease parched efm apply at once soothing 4 Oak Londers army reserves go to duty four metropolitan Oaklander were among 34 Reserve officers of far Western states called into duty at Camp Ord and other training Camps yesterday by the army s ninth corps area Headquarters in san Francisco. The officers George Richl Oakland Vernon Prentiss William Thompson and Carol Cahoon All of Berkeley. Joseph Wood of Berkeley was one of four engineering Reserve officers instructed to report at fort Belvoir a. March 12 for three months of duly. Foreign Trade club to hear finn Consul Jarl Lindfors finnish Consul in san Francisco will discuss his coun try tomorrow m an address before the Oakland foreign Trade and Harbor club. A motion picture entitled duty to cargo will be shown. The meeting will begin at pm at the hotel Coit to speak on Mexico experiences encountered while travelling through Mexico will be told to members of the Lake Mer Ritt breakfast club by Howard o Wolf of Tocsin Iraq school tomorrow at the weekly meeting in the Lake Merritt hotel. Welty 5 subject is entitled at the Crossroads of he will be introduced bed Pitcher. At maxwells see the new 194o Frigidaire everyone May have a new 1910 Frigidaire in their Home by taking advantage of Maxwell s easy terms Only 00 and _ Down monthly Model illustrated 6 in. Feet f dish set Gennine i i of slightly Frigidaire m.m.9j additional see Frigidaire today at of or Fol r big stores f4th and Washington Oakland Telegraph and 3300 e. 14th Shattuck and Chanel tier Prrry Fry Branch Addison Berkeley Eligi Bies not entitled to Aid from Chest says Lundberg Community Chest service agencies can not provide Aid to persons who Are unquestionably eligible for re Lief payments from tax funds. Al Fred j. Lundberg. President of the Chest declared yesterday at a meet ing attended by representatives of service organizations. Incident to the recent reduction of Relief Lundberg said scores of unemployed and indigent persons All eligible for state and county Relief were referred by the local Sra office to the Community we readily accepted these cases referred to us by the Sra and did All within our Power to provide at once the necessities for combating the immediate emergency caused by delayed i decks and reduced ments. But it is obviously impossible for a Chest fund supporting 44 vitally needed private welfare organizations effectively to enter a Field in which governmental Agen cies have been spending in Alameda county alone More than monthly exclusive of materials and supplies for various work Lundberg declared that the past week s Aid to persons eligible for governmental Relief was possible Only Thui ugh dra tie sacrifice of funds allocated to the equally com Pelling and Otic Oguibe unmet serv ices of rehabilitation and assistance to borderline families in need and which Are not eligible for govern mental assistance. I he said this temporary assistance was provided by Chest agencies to meet the emergency despite the j general recognition that it is a governmental function to provide the necessities f life. Vice mayor Frank b. Shattuck right congratulates Thomas b. Burness on his appointment As manager of the Lake Merritt hotel As City manager John f. Hassler looks on. Another litter for . Court to Rule 5chnauzer family on Pacific states to give dance group dances including a Broom dance the big Apple and Paul Jones will be featured at the weekly saturday evening in the Webster school auditorium. Harold Hull is chairman for the evening. A repaired washing machines All makes largest shop in Oakland prompt service Paul Morrison Street. To in Oaks 0700 the machine this time it s 17 dict graph record Alameda. March 6. Olga von attorneys awaited today the Rul Winona Hof. 4, purebred dog ing of san Francisco s Superior Mother who set the dog world agog James g it to Fri with a record litter of 18 giant Schnauzer pups Jast july 30, added 17 More to her Brood yesterday. They were born at the rate of one an hour. Fritz of Imperial 9-year-old prize Winner owned by Cope Hartley Almeda Newspaperman 1715 Cen trial Avenue is the sire the Mother is owned jointly by Hartley Frank Laughran state Railroad commission attorney and or. George Barry veterinarian at whose dog Hospital 2528 Clement Street the litter was born. Both parents Are registered thoroughbreds and the same will be done for their off Spring of those born i osterday 11 were males. There Are perhaps not More than two score giant schnauzers in Cali fornia Hartley said today. Last Jear he said the two Parent dogs vere the Only ones of their Breed in the Bay Region both patents weigh about 90 pounds each. Last summer s litter had to be in which the Pacific slates building and stockholders seek an in Junction to terminate the seizure by the state on the state can introduce transcripts of controversial dict graph recordings. Robert s. Odell deposed president of the fam which was seized by state building and loan commissioner Ralph a Evans March 4, 1939, for alleged impair ment of claims the record Ings were his private property and were stored m his private Safe. And the custodian Normanw. Church had no right to take things from that Odell declared. Meanwhile Odell was to be the first witness called tomorrow when s state Senate interim com Mittee investigating state building and loan department affairs con Venes in san Francisco. This was announced by senator Bradford Crittenden of Stockton chairman of the committee. Nursed in two shifts there being Odell will be quizzed regarding too Many for the Mother to a com the financial status of his company mothers had to be provided to bolster their members of the committee Are senators w. P. Rich Marysville John the Mother and pups Are doing Foley san Jose and John f. Shel , or. Sarry said Olga has san Francisco had four litters in All the two first numbering nine each giant i schnauzers were first bred in Ger 1 Many and used As Railroad police dogs because their intelligence and Large size. A question is answered i adj a talc Dillulo caul Dill just what it is that sets Truman a service apart from All the other funeral services. 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Allaying Scalp itching relieving Scalp not due to systemic conditions is the Mission of old reliable product. Get a bottle of Lucky to if if your hair is dry and harsh then insist on Lucky Tiff new Lucky like old Bat f otherwise use regular Lucky Tiger. In Boc and Titi at or Small bottle at Loc counters at Barber say your saw it a the Oakland Tribune Bridge toll dispute before . Judge the dispute Between the Federal government and the Golden Bridge directors Over which Federal employees should have free passage Over the Bridge was taken under advisement by Federal judge a. F. St. I sure yesterday. After listening All Dav to Altor Neys arguments judge St. Sure or 1 dered the Case submitted. Lawyers were Given 68 Days to file briefs the dispute came about when the i government insisted All govern i ment traffic was entitled to free use i of the Bridge under terms of a 1931 i agreement Between Bridge directors i and the War department allowing construction of the Bridge through the army s property. Bridge directors have allowed army and Navy men free passage but have been making other government employees pay tolls. Last rites set for insurance adjuster Alameda March 6 services will be held tomorrow at k 30 am for Charles a. Luckhardt lieu Iii a Juliu Aiea monday at his Limp 2510 Otis drive from heart disease. Survivors include the widow. Mar a trip v two daughters mrs. Doro Thea and Marcella Luck Hardt and a sister mrs. T. J. How. Born in Gilroy Luckhardt had lived hen3 15 years. High mass at St. Joseph s Church will follow the vices held at the Smiley Galla Gher Chapel 1415 Oak Street to Morrow morning. Interment will take place in the holy Cross cemetery of san fran Cisco. Jap the skill of i k in i k i of or 1r creates one of America s famous Beers san Leandro Church to hold lenten rites san Leandro March in a Senes of midweek lenten serv i Violaj Peter s lutheran Church. The Rev. Herman c. Theiss. The pastor will preach the Sermon. Fleet auxiliary Branch to meet san Leandro. March Reg ular meeting of the Fleet Reserve auxiliary Branch no 10, will be held tonight at 8 o clock in the vet Erans memorial building. Mrs Marir Westbrook will preside. To no argument Xvi it certified perform Anco Tappan rating it s ton i a a 1 f s on Citi fied perform Ance take 2 to at Gross Bros. Street Comer Cuy since 1876 the Beer produced through the skill of the Schmidt family of master Brewers now in its third always been highly regarded among America s Fine Beers. The Quality of Olympia from Mexico to enhanced by the natural purity and Superior brewing Quality of olympiad Waters. Its the water that makes Olympia Beer different and better Leopold Schmidt Pioneer As a member of the territorial and legislative body of Montana Lupold Schmidt visited Olympia 13 1892. In 1895 be again came to and White there discovered the wind for Ful subterranean Springs of Tum tratto with his knowledge and exp Ricott it brew Muter he knew that such. Watt mint to it. 99 Axtt Puaul of tuffts
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