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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - March 7, 1921, Oakland, California
The tribe the is delivered to your Home every Day in the year for Only a month no extra Dirge Foi sunday edition Fife leased wire associated press excl Cive for United press International Universal service consolidated press More than All Oiler Necip Tafert Tea volume Xiv Oakland California monday evening. March 7, 1921. B no. 66. I upper the Tribune ground broken for Ethel Moore memorial building Buxe camera caught a panoramic Neil of the pm. M Thi mrs. I. A. I top in the mrs. J. A. Vaxdegr1ft paying tribute Tomis Smoor As the founder of Oakland s from left to right a. A. Moore father of Ethel Moore Stanley Moore her brother judge Everett j. 114rrison s. Robinson mrs. J and Crift speaking. Art. Hur Moore Nep fwu of Moore turning Tju Spade Ful of Earth for the memorial building. Revolt sweeps m by plan ceremonies Are attended by Many who listen to addresses delivered the Ethel Moore memorial Chil Dren s building will become fact. The first step in its proud erection was instituted yesterday on the anniversary of her birth when ground was formally broken for the magnificent Structure which is the gift of the citizens of Alameda county to its children As u living Monument to miss Moore s life of service. Ilore than 700 men women and Little and City officials friends and associates in her Many Public undertakings educators civic leaders be preventative Cuzzens Rich and the poor the High and the american and those to to other lands As the place of their birth in tribute to the Womas i who has Leff a deep an impression on the of the Community and officially in motion the machinery which Wilt find its finale m the housing of clinics which primarily serve the Young people of the county scene impressive after the rain Tho Sun came out brightly to Greet the ceremony. Birds overhead the of the Bay and the Lake glinted in late afternoon glory. The band of tech Nical High school students and the choral club offered their soft songs of Praise. It was an impressive scene which was staged on the site of the Alaneda county Public health Center at first Avenue and East eleventh Street and will be also the site of the Ethel Moore memorial children s building. The ground was formally broken by Arthur Moote. Nephew of the late Chic Leader. To was accompanied from the platform by mrs. Walter a Starr sister of no orc judge Everett j. Brown and Harrison Robinson the prayers were said by Rev. To. R. Hod Feln of apr Keley. _. A to a Good woman one of the first citizens of out state has Sun Money us Harrison s. To Birlson chairman of the executive Board of the Public health Center who presided As chairman announced. In defining the place of the children s building in the Community he said. Tho Ethel Moore memorial will be the first unit of the permanent Home of the Public health Center of Alameda county 11 be that Wing of the building in which work for children will be carried the children of Aku Rieda county whether their parents be of Oak land of Berkeley of Almeda or of Livermore. Children to by treated it will be the Headquarters of the of i eventing children Browing up into sickly or deformed maturity instruction to children that will Tell them How to live so As to keep Noli and grow Strong will have its source there j from the building at thirty first Grove streets to place will it be the clinics where crooked limbs and backs Are straight Ned and twisted feet and hands made and the clinics where Chil Dren whose parents cannot afford a physician of their own Are treated for defects in Throat und and eyes. Perhaps the greatest emphasis will be nut upon dental clinics. More americans suffer handicaps in youth and older years from neglected Teeth than from any other chits of defect so easily remedied free for poor the Ethel Moore memorial will to the Home of unselfish service to future men and women of this great county now of nearly inhabitants. The work of instruction in health and Hygiene of discovery of important defects in Tho bodies or health of children will be freely done for Well to do and poor alike. Of correction and cure will be Diotio Only for those children parents cannot afford to take advantage of the services of physicians surgeons and dentists in Pri vate practice. The keynote of the Day and its significance was sounded by judge Everett j. Brown who delivered the Good will Erin Copal Ai Diess. Judge Brown said in part this that Iii itch Foi breaking ground for the Ethel Moore ale moral children s building of the Public health Center Alameda county to Luis Community has been Foi Lunate thai in our midst Thoie has been a Myrd to Gether a group of individuals who for More than two yogis last Heen energetic ully i Iannini and building up a Public health Center ind on this spot we stand to Day Are to be located buildings Avail Able to every Man woman and child in the county of Alameda. 1ii5ai.th Center while this event today inaugurates the commencement of the erection of permanent buildings for Tho health Center it is now and has been for some time past in Active operation in temporary quarters and is today attracting attention from nil Over the country for the remarkable Pioneer work that is Bung done. Drastic action has been taken by our National and our state govern ments in the matter of Tho conserva Tion of the Mineral resources of our country of the forests and of the wat Crk. Huch also has been Dono looking toward the improvement of the specie in the animal life below the human being. Americans have been Busy for a Quarter of a Century in conserving and improving various adjuncts and material Means arc at the disposal of human beings but Only today Are we commencing to Reazo the importance of con be Ivaton us ii Piombi Cut lir to Icrine at m Iho Lui i of. Lii ing. Limm if. Ini. In Simp f 1 Iid Iuit so the in a beep
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