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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - March 21, 1934, Oakland, California Oakland Tribune wednesday March 21, 1934 uses is Oasis License granted to dragon cafe is revoked j. Police problem solved Isan Francisco March fee revived Barbary coast is no far As the Legal Sale of Beer wine or liquor is concerned. The liquor License of the dragon cafe 933 Pacific Avenue last remaining Bright spot on the bar Bary coast was revoked last night by the state Board of equalization meeting at Sacramento. Captain Fred Lemon of the Cen trial District sap. Francisco police department told the Board Mem Bers that the dragon cafe and other Barbary coast places constituted a police problem and should not be licenses of All other Pacific Street places previously have been revoked by Carillon it Ihfe Al Al 1 Al Al 1c eth Ness the Board lifted its suspension of licenses granted the Rainbow tavern 962 Market Street and the pirates Cave 972 Market Street after police had withdrawn their objections to the places. They had been suspended following the kill ing of a policeman on the sidewalk Between the two places. License of the ship s cafe 366 third Street was revoked by the Board. Alleged assault on chief to be aired Fairfield March Richard Oever Suisun Valley rancher will face trial March 28 on charges of allegedly assaulting chief of police Howard Yatsie of Fairfield last sat urday afternoon. The complaint signed by Yatsie and Oliver was held for trial when he appeared before Justice the peace William Myers yesterday. His bail was set at the altercation which resulted in fisticuffs occurred on a Fairfield Street neither Yatsie nor Oliver gave any reason for the Row. Hotel chef gained reputation in East Richard Schwartz associate of w. E. Quaster general manager of the new Carillon dining room which opens tomorrow night in the hotel Carillon twentieth Street and Broadway was for years in the East the guiding spirit of the Columbia amusement company one of new Jersey s famous food vending institutions. This organization which was founded by Schwartz operated 14 restaurants in Eastern cities Caver ing principally to various fraternal organizations including the order the elks clubs and music provided for banquet Hall banquet parties at the new hotel Carillon will be entertained by music at any time or All times they through an electrical amplifying system music from the Carillon Din ing room orchestra is brought to banquet parties on the Mezzanine from the second floor dining room. Thus banqueting organizations Are assured of music by which to dance and no additional charge is made for the service according to the management local firm handles dining room lease leasing arrangements for the new Carillon dining room which opens tomorrow night in the hotel caril Lon twentieth Street and Broad Way were handled through the mar shall company Oakland real estate firm. Negotiations continued Over a period of 90 Days Between Berthold Berger representing the Marshall company the elks Hall association and w. E. Quaster general manager of the new dining room. Main restaurant located on second floor where elks formerly dined newly decorated throughout the Carillon dining room latest addition to the ranks of East Bay restaurants opens tomorrow night at the hotel Carillon twentieth Street and Broadway under the management of w. E. Quaster. Quaster for the past 20 years has had extensive experience in the Purchase and serving of foodstuffs. Associated with him in the new Enterprise v. Hov Iii be in charge of the cuisine. The main dining room will be situated on the second floor of the hotel Carillon where the elks club formerly had its dining quarters. Leasing arrangements were handled through the Marshall com Pany of which Berthold Berger is manager. Banquet Hali in addition to the main dining room the organization headed by quaster will operate a Large ban Quet Hall on the Mezzanine floor of the elks building. The dining room will have capacity of More than 300 persons while the banquet room will accommodate 250 More. Arrange ments have been made whereby the management will be Able to serve at least 500 guests at one banquet quaster explained. Music will be furnished daily by the Carillon orchestra except wednesdays and saturdays from 12 noon until 2 p. M. At other times the orchestra will play from 7 p. M. Until 1 a. M. We extend a cordial invitation to the masonic organizations the elks lodges and other fraternal bodies to Avail themselves of our new augmented quaster said. We believe that our banqueting arrangements the luncheons which we will serve the various teas Dan Sants will feature new dining service a special feature of the new Carillon dining room to open with dinner tomorrow evening at the hotel Carillon twentieth Street and Broadway will be the Dan Sants to be held there each wednesday and saturday afternoon from 3 until o o clock. At these special dainties and refreshments will be served Accord ing to w. E. Quaster the proprietor and general manager. We Are making an Especial a peal to East Bay patrons on our wednesday and saturday he said. And in opening we guar Antee that each and every one will have a thoroughly enjoyable at the new Carillon dining room and banquet Hall a la carte service will be available at All times. Club breakfasts will be served for the convenience of patrons. Tomorrow c .1 _ which have already been planned will prove popular with East Bay european Buffet one of the outstanding features of the new Carillon dining room is the european Buffet which is be ing introduced into Oakland by quaster. This Buffet will be abundantly stocked with a variety of salads meats and other delicacies. The guest merely pays the nominal admission charge to the dining room and in the words of quaster helps himself to these in addition regular dinners Are served at popular prices. Club breakfasts Are also provided for the convenience of patrons according to quaster. Quaster said that a Fine line of the most famous vintages of wines and Beers will be handled. 2300 Square feet occupied j by restaurant in elks building on Broadway More than 2500 Square feet floor space Are included in the ban Quet quarters of the new Carillon fining room it revealed to Day by Berthold Berger manager of the Marshall company which handled the leasing negotiations be j tween the elks Hall association and. W. E. Quaster proprietor and Gen eral manager of the new Enterprise. The banquet Hall As Well As the Zanine and second floors of the elks building respectively have been redecorated by Joseph j. Bar Don son of Oakland Berger explained. The dining room has been done in Rich Gold colors which blend Well with the general decorative Motif of the building. Lighting fixtures which Are modernistic in scheme have been in by the wholesale elector Supply inc. Banquet facilities quaster has made arrangements o extend service to various Fra organizations which desire to use the banquet Hall Lor gatherings and is Able to accommodate he said parties ranging from Twenty to 1000. Originally from Baltimore. Or quaster has had years of experience on the Pacific coast in the Purchas modern equipment according to quaster Worth of restaurant equipment will be used to make the serving of the finest foods in the finest manner an achievement of the Carillon dining we Are arranging for a variety of floor attractions so that our guests May never Lack wholesome amuse quaster said. Our waiters have been trained in the Art of proper serving. R Complete negotiations for the new Carillon dining service were handled in detail the Marshall co. Realtors 1715 Webster St. Temple bar 5670 refrigeration and Range most modern electrical refrigeration and the most modern Type of Range Are Standard equipment in the new Ca Rillon Kitchen Over which Richard Schwartz associate of w. E. Quas Ter the general manager will pre Side. Our modern facilities insure the guest of the new dining room that the food served to him has been kept fresh at All Schwartz advertise next for hard coughs or cart emulsion is made to give supreme help for coughs or colds. It combines 7 helps in Best helps known to science. It is for Quick Relief for safety. But careful people More and More use it for every cough that starts. No one knows where a cough May Lead. No one can Tell which Factor will do most that depends on the Type of cold. Or emulsion costs a Little More than lesser helps. But it Means the utmost help. And it costs you Noth ing if it fails to bring the Quick Relief you seek. Your druggist guarantees it use it for safety s a advertise Mejt Mew re liver bile in year bowels the Iii of waste but of tip Oil ire by every p drop its 3 hints of into Bonts daily Don t Money on shut work on the of Fork run to shh million Dollar Structure we Are most Happy to Welcome the Carillon dining service Best of Success hotel Carillon near everything 20th Broadway the male bar 7900 surprisingly Low rates to permanent guests congratulations and Best wishes to the Carillon dining service May every Success be yours is the sincere wish of the elks Hall association j. J. Mcelroy president Besl wishes to the Carillon dining service painting and decorating for these Beautiful new dining and banquet rooms planned and executed by Joseph j. Burdon son painters and decorators 548 17th St. Temple bar 2285 Pep of the Lirar and Alto a Stivale the you double action ill i and 5 o clock sending Forth their Melody to downtown Oakland according to w. A quaster proprietor and general manager of the new restaurant. The dining room has been completely redecorated while the ban Quet Hall located on the Mezzanine floor of the building has been finished in a striking modernistic Fash Ion with modernistic lighting. The new Carillon dim room will especially Cater to fraternal orders the masonic and elks organizations clubs lodges and will offer All of them an impression of atmospheric suitability As Well As privacy according to Quarter. A feature of the new Carillon for the main dining room this Gamza Tion has been entirely re dining room is the reception room decorated offering to East Bay v hat i claimed by quaster no and vending of cooked foods formerly the bar of the elks or and his associate Richard Schwartz. To be the finest restaurant recep Tion room in the the refrigerated Buffet which is producing his european Buffet serv ice to Oakland is located at one end of the dining room. At the other end the orchestra to be employed by quaster. In i will be seated on a raised platform. I a room m grand opening thursday 6 p. M. March 22 it s new it s unique it s european. Nothing like it in California. Oakland s most beautifully appointed dining room catering to the most fastidious tastes at popu Lar prices. Come and enjoy an Aue Moon 01 evening 01 danc ing to the strains of an 8-piece dance orchestra and Dine on the finest of foods., you pay 35c to the cashier at luncheon or 50c in the evening we furnish the rest the hotel Carillon dining and banquet service will set the Pace for heart Oaklander who want something novel and unusual ii k xxx 25cup Buffet lunch 35e including dancing Buffet dinner .90t european style Buffet service ill you can foods music and r m .also., if my prefer to tilt tie Hole dinner number two f k j to 1 i a it service to finest i tic in4 imported Beer wino tie 5oc fee to of a w 111 3 or i n a to to bet. The Melody of the. Chimes will remind you of Home com fort Good food wines. Litton far them daily european a Type Buffet luncheon Buffet dinner daily 5 p. M. To 1 a. M. 5qc All you can eat no cover charge time dining and banquet service 20th Broadway beverages Pioneer beverages Ltd. 343 tenth Street near everything Bon Marche liquor co. 1432 Broadway by Mansen John a sons 127 Clay Strmel list of purveyors of new hotel Carillon dining service european Buffet j Creamery goods j lumber built and installed by he i it no fixture co. 1807 East twelfth St. Rye bread Denver bakery eoe West Street ii u i d. 1309 East four tenth St. Vegetables fruit exclusively by Oakland fruit 4 produce co. Inc 219 Franklin St lumber co. 4217 Syrett draught Beer Golden West brewing co. Of the Golden glow seer exclusively by Washington Market inc. 171 n -1 uniforms the better uniform co. 386 fifteenth Street wines Cresta Blanca wine co 111 Suher St., Fri Eniet

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