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It's time to refurbish. This could be a good thing for you. If they deny having said it, you can deny having heard it. It's as unpleasant for you as it is for her to have been kept waiting. What can be said?

You've never been able to keep a level head in love. Yet times that try people's souls also elicit hidden strengths. You soon find out how powerful yours are. Expect to be mommied while Venus is opposite the Moon, but draw the line at kootchie-koo. Nobody's getting any younger and you mean so very much to them. Bay Area power shutoffs will begin at noon Wednesday.

Map shows the neighborhoods that will be without power. Tuesday, responding Panther coaches are fired. Cops: Lotto fan license plate led to arrest. Objects on mirror revealed cocaine in car, authorities say. Postal carrier injured in mishap.

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    Boone, 55, of Millville, passed away Monday, Oct. Arrangements are incomplete Police suspect DUI in accident. Helen M. The Tribune became a major paper under William E. Dargie — , who acquired the paper July 24, Harmon, Jr. The Tribune was a solid Republican newspaper under Dargie and later the Knowlands.

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    Dargie was a news innovator in several ways: , wire service dispatches; , a book and job department added; , when the Bell Telephone System arrived in Oakland, one of the first telephones was installed at the Tribune - Number 46; , a Saturday edition was introduced; , special editions; , an extra for the presidential election. On August 28, , the name Oakland Tribune was officially adopted. Dargie had news offices in New York and Chicago. Dargie also acquired a patent approved R.

    Among Dargie's hires, at the turn of the century, was Jack Gunin, a one-eyed lensman, the first full-time photojournalist in the Western United States. Shortly after the San Francisco Earthquake, the Tribune printed a Sunday edition, making it a full seven-day newspaper. The newspapers of San Francisco were destroyed in the earthquake and fire of April 18, The Tribune printed many "extras. Schmitz , declared the Oakland Tribune the official San Francisco newspaper.

    After 35 years as publisher, William E.

    Dargie died on February 10, Former Oakland Mayor Melvin C. Chapman served as acting president of the Tribune Publishing Company. Bruno Albert Forsterer — , was publisher and general manager. He was executor of Dargie's estate. Bruno and his son, Harold B. Forsterer, also served the Knowlands and the Tribune. In his first edition as publisher of the Oakland Tribune, November 14, , he wrote, "It is perfectly understood that what the Tribune does, rather than what it promises, will determine the true measure of its worth; and with that understanding, the Tribune , under its new control, girds to its work.

    Knowland moved the Tribune to a new location at 13th and Franklin Streets on March 25, Under Knowland, the Tribune became one-third of a triumvirate of California Republican newspapers with conservative viewpoints, along with the Los Angeles Times and San Francisco Chronicle. The Tribune endorsed Republican candidates and "J. The Tribune would make many political careers, the most noted being Knowland's own son William F.

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    Knowland and Earl Warren. In , Knowland started radio station KLX and his newspaper library.

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    The feet tall [3] Tribune Tower , an Oakland landmark, was completed in The Tribune moved its business into the tower in In the mids, J. He had a direct wire link for international news from London, England. The mast head logo, which became an icon of the paper, showed Oakland, a port to the world and nation. The logo changed with the times: the Tower, transport ship and steam locomotive; in later years, the Tower, the Bay Bridge , larger transport ship, diesel engine, the china clipper and later, a jet airplane.

    In , Joseph R. Knowland's son, former U.