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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - September 25, 1955, Oakland, California I want a Home gop Complete dinner plans plans for the gop fund raising dinner nov. 17 will be completed at the Sec Ond of two Alameda county re publican finance luncheons to Morrow at the Atheni athletic club. The dinner will be held at scottish rite auditorium and Secretary of the Treasury George h. Humphrey will be guest of Honor and principal speaker. Luncheon committee Mem Bers include j. Marcus Hardin general chairman for the no vember event e. L. Buttner co chairman Charles p. Howard chairman of the finance com Mittee and Joseph k. Know land. Parley by bags dog a real Are Many other dogs at the Pound too and they All purebred Airedale want Homes. I please Don t think these Are the Only homeless Ani Mals around Here there Are lots More at the society Lor the prevention of cruelty to animals 330 Kennedy St., Oakland the Contra Costa Pound on Shell St. In Martinez and at the pets and pals country pet Home 3338 it. Diablo blvd., Lafayette. In Case you Are out around Lafayette today you might Stop in at pets and pals sometime Between 10 . And 4 . And see the homeless pets for yourself. There is Micky a magnificently marked Dalmatian with the nicest disposition ribbons an adorable English Spring Fritz a five month old Beagle and spot also a Beagle Al though he s Only four months old. Also at pets and pals Are Herman a Fine australian Shepherd who has had All his shots and is Housebroken squeeze silly name in t a red Spitz and Shep her Man s twin brother. Of you la have a Fine at pets and pals there so Many dogs pups and Kittens to choose from Well i guess i be written enough except i m a shaggy i m a and you must know thers Aren t Many of us around any More. Even though my name is hags and that sounds like a boy s name i am a girl. 1 am six months old. I have a Sweet disposition. I Jove children if they Are the kind who know How to treat Ani Mals. I have had my shots. Are you interested in adopting me Well i Hope so i am at the Oakland City Pound Ford and Lancaster streets the Pound will be gop business group to hear mrs. Benedict Berkeley sept. 24 Marjorie h. E. Benedict re publican National committee woman for California will be the guest speaker at the sep tember meeting of the Berkeley leaders for gop women s poll precinct directors for Ala Meda county s participation in poll takers of America the nationwide poll to be con ducted sept. 29 by Republican women were named yesterday by mrs. Ruth Watson vice chairman Tor the area. Mrs Evaline Otis of Ala Meda will be in charge of the 14th Assembly District and mrs. Eva Stivers of Hayward will direct activities in the 13th District. The 16th District Leader is mrs. Doris Purchase and the 15th District poll will be conducted under supervision of mrs. Jean Simas. Designed to determine voter interest on major issues the will be taken in representative precincts in every county in the nation. Federal Aid school plan hit by taxpayers group _ a Inone and without be Tribune. Sunday Cocce unit of Republican business women. The session . Tuesday at the Home a of 1443 of mrs. Leola Milvia St. Mrs. Margaret Steele at 1443 Sturm presi j.v1j. B. J.v.1oj. Dent will direct a Brief business session and the program will be presented under supervision of mrs. Jessie Fay vice president. Mrs. Benedict s topic will be facts from was firsthand Coffee hour for you. While at the Pound you might get acquainted with some of my friends. For an stance there is a Nice male Dalmatian a German Short hair female a male Boxer he ? 18 months there Young demos oct. 15 to follow the a Coliee Jiuhui. Program has been arranged by a committee headed by miss Carolyn senk and including the mesdames Grace Hess Mary Ann Mohr Esther Pederson and Helen key issues of the 1956 Campaign will be considered by the California federation of Young democrats at a conference at Santa Barbara oct. 15 and 16. Preliminary plans for the affair were announced yesterday by Richard Nevin chairman. Among leading participants will be Richard Graves and id Ward Roybal democratic Nomi nees for governor and lieutenant governor respectively in 1954 state sen. Richard Richards o los Angeles and los Angeles assemblymen Jesse Unruh Wil Liam Munnell Charles Wilson and Vernon Kilpatrick. Observers will be admitted a All sessions Nevin said but direct participation will be limited to invited guests and members of the Young democratic clubs of the Oakland cafe owner Marks 97th birthday mrs Sarah Greathead Ham mond one of Oakland s oldest Active businesswomen will of honoured today with a family dinner on her 97th birthday. Mrs Hammond a native of England who came to the United states As a child with her two Sisters in Law founded the colonial cafeteria Here m 1909. Surviving her Sisters a Law mrs. Hulda h. Crane and miss Jennie h. Hammond mrs. Ham mond continues to take an Active part in the business every 3she will be the guest of Honor a dinner in the cafeteria this afternoon which will be at tended by her brother Ernest Greathead and 16 nieces and nephews and their families. Mrs Hammond who lives in the Coit Ramsey hotel started the cafeteria with her Sisters a Law in a renovated livery stable on 13th St. Between Broadway and Franklin St., where the Tribune Tower now stands. A Branch was opened at 422 14th St in 1915 and the 13th St. Establishment was closed. The cafeteria remained at the 14th St site until 1923 when at was moved to 15th and Franklin. Yli past Heads to be entertained the past presidents of District no. 2 and 3, Young Institute will be entertained at l dinner at 7 . Thursday at the cottage 9925 East 14th St. Past presidents of laetare Institute Yli which is celebrating its Silver anniversary will be hostesses for the dinner. An Amateur Talent show will b featured. Chaplains of the Yli wil1 be jul the show. Enough except please i want a Home. My friends want Homes 000 if you like pets read speaking of Page 4-c. Credit women to hold breakfast Orinda sept. 24 Contra Costa credit women s break fast club will hold its Tantalla Tion dinner at . Monday in the Orinda Willows. Speaker for the will be George Scott of sail Diego department store president. Officers to be installed Are Ethel Butz Walnut Creek president Evelyn Gianelly con Cord vice president Joyce Lud Vieson. Concord recording Sec and Bobbie Deich Meis Long distance dealing at hand Berkeley sept. 25 nationwide direct dealing the first on the Pacific coast is less than two weeks away for More than Berkeley residents. On oct. 9, subscribers in the th1 or Wall 1, 3, and 5 exchanges will be Able to d Al new8york and other key oties across the country As easily As Selling a Friend in Berkeley. Thornwall 1, 3, and 5 sub scribers also will be Able to dial directly to a Large area within the state. The Thornwall 5 Exchange will be switching to the dial system even locally Jor he first time. Special booklets containing Complete directory of Points across the nation that May be dialled and other helpful suggestions on dealing Lave been mailed to subscribers. The nationwide dealing Isiac complis hed through establish ment of geographical zones each bearing a 3-digit code according to s. G. Worthington Berkeley manager for Pacific Telegraph and phone _ the California taxpayers Socia Tion has announced opposition to proposed Federal hand outs for Public schools on the Contention California is already meeting its own school problems and Vituld not be required to pay the Bill other states. A letter signed by Milo e. Rowell of Fresno president of the association has been sent to All California members of con Gress. It Calls the Federal schoo Aid program an impending Stee and threat to state and Loca rights and responsibilities and declares it would endanger the welfare of California. Rowell spells out the situation in a 10-Point summary. California fastest growing state in the nation has the toughest school problem o All but it is meeting the prob Lem superlatively Well with s own Money and without fed ral help he declares. He Points out that school Dis riots Are bonding themselves or school building at the rate of 5 per cent of assessed value Ion for elementary schools per cent for High schools and or cent for Junior colleges. A for higher education Rowell noted. If we with the toughest school problem of All can do he Job , the other states Vith comparable Effort can take Are of Rowell de Lared. He notes that California with 7 per cent of the nation s population already pays 9.4 per cent of the Federal tax Bill. We want to be fair and even this is a total of 15 per m comparison with 2 per cent n some states. Rowell said this situation i magnified because assessed Yal nations Are much higher in Cah than in the go Calle poor states. The latter would be higher on economic Indice if they assessed As honestly an. As carefully As California h declared. California Public schools hav received m stat and District Money from Taxe and Bond issues for capital out lays. This figure does not m elude operating costs and sex generous in paying our part necessary National taxes but w do not want any unnecessary taxes and we do not want to be a sucker state to pay the Bill of laggard he declared there is no american state however poor or beset with problems that is As bad of financially As the United stau he noted. T make unnecessary Grants t states will add to the National debt or delay Federal tax re warning the congressmen Tea the agitation of profession a education groups for Federal Ai vill probably be stepped up be Ore you Rowell de Lared it is to California s advantage directly and immediately to re. Uce Federal expenditures rats in Aid. Subsidies Etc Andl t is to the advantage of All tates to enforce state and local expand ability for As Many fun t ions of government As can Acly be so administered Ana Coupe 50 Berkeley sept. Thew Gary 74, Sadie 68, Are beginning 51st year of married life after celebrating their Golden wed Ding anniversary with a Fanf Triy party. Joining in the family Home 1228 Carlton were their four children Muriel Moon and a Gary or. Of Berkeley Gary of Oakland and mrs. Sad King twin Falls Ida. I fair at 1he Carlton St. Hildren if a Deley Eugerie Ter Richmond treasurer. Fran weeks to six Mon is after first injection Berk gain. Special 3-Day Sale buy n mattress blindfolded come to sleep Aire to be fitted for rest famous firm a medic both Box Spring and mattress 20 year Gold Bond giant 6 fat wid. By 7 foot Long Box Spring and motor ass 60 x80 6iant no extra bedding to buy. Standard size sheets fit. 2 Complete Hollywood bad sets 2 innerspring mat trim 2 mate inf Box Springs u Hollywood san Francisco free delivery buys this gorgeous Diamond wa7ch Msj in Delanes 250 to polio a Chin. This Alameda sept. 24 polio for 250cmwrenof Alameda naval Alv station Nuu personnel will begin Mon according to h. R. Medical officer. Tenno cution will be Given from 8 until monday through Friday. A second inoculation will be Given about two _ in Lovely us mountings Here i the Diamond ficut Brawl pair with Dia Krliu i it Trout mount info Reg. 188.00 weeks to pay pay Only Jaq wkly in yes that s exactly what we mean for Only More you Case fit for the dainties open Hon. Kite Tilo

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