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Wednesday, Nov. 18, 1959 1 (HSanta (Lnc fcrntinrl El Rancho Development VITAL STATISTICS Salary Survey Discussion Set Personnel Director John Toombs will discuss the method of preparing an annual salary -i.i-l . . tT ?- -.,-. -. . -. -" . ..., - - -. . l ji . II . l .111 . 'II I I , ' FUNERAL NOTICES BIRTHS survey at a meeting w me couiht employes association at 8 o dock tonight in the health center. '' I One ot tne ieaiures ui mc Viv-gram is a color film on the island of Tahiti Walter Nilsson, asso-ciation president, said a commit-tee report is scheduled on the Christmas dinner-dance set for December 12. Monterey Slates Triple School Vote In March Special to The Sentinel Monterey. Vote in the Monterey union high school district will go to the polls on March 1 to cast ballots in a three-proposition election. The election will ask for: 1. A $44 million bond issue to finance construction. 2. An okay for school officials to apply for an additional $8' million in state aid. 3. Formation of a separate junior college district. The bond issue will finance construction of a second high school "and for additions to and construction of junior high schools." The resolution calling for an election to obtain voter approval for state aid application in the amount of $8,500,000 "for future needs," if and when the district qualifies for such aid. The date for forming the college district will meet the deadline set by Pacific Grove and Car-mel boards. These boards said they would call elections in their districts for annexation of the college district if voted by July ... .. -. -r- '. t''-'X . '. r TJ i-r.r-T; 1 IHU jfe-Aft , .,. I Bin's Better Community HespiUI KEGG In Santa Cruz. November i, 195 t 10:42 p.m. to Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Ktgg (Louis Chappell). 400 th avenue, a pound girt, Karen Louis. Sua u their irst child. SIMERLV In Santa Crui. November 9 1959 at 5:50 a.m. to Mr. and Mr. Dem$ Simerry (Delia Petersl. 211 7th avenue, a t pound, 10 ounce boy, Douglas Wesley. Me it their second child. ANDERSON In Santa Crui, November 7, 1959 at J:47 p m. to Mr. and Mn. Alvin Anderson (Louis Moore), 1741 Jose avenue, a ( pound. 12 ounce I "I, Jenie Lynnae. Sh is their first child. JOHNSON In Santa Crui. November (. 1959 at 3 49 a m. to Mr. and Mrs. Billy Johnson (Mary Steenl, 152 OaH Way, a 7 pound. 11 ounce boy, Charles Anthy. He is their fifth child. MCALLISTER In Santa Cruz, November i, 1959 at 2 29 p m. to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph McAllister (Sandra Benthusen), 603 49th avenue a i pound, 12 ounce girl, Angela Lynn. She is their first child PATTERSON In Santa Crui, November 12. 1959 at 3:45 a.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Patterson (Edith Lee), 560 Meder street, a i pound, 2 ounce boy, Rodger Dal. He is their fourth child. FISHER In Santa Cruz, November I, 1959 at 4:43 a m. to Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fisher (Dorothy Bail), Ben Lomond, a pound. IPVj ounc boy, Charles Louis. He is their fifth child. DENNER In Santa Cruz, November 1, 1959 at 3-54 p.m. to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Denner (Mary Thomas), 970 Harriet avenue, Campbell, a 4 pound, 0 ounc boy, Charles Frederick. He is their sec- ond child. MARRIAGE LICENSES GREGG In Santa Cruz. Calif, November 16th, 1959, Gertrude Gregg. ite of the 11 Frederick Gregg: beloved mother of Frederick Gregg of El So-brant. Calif., Clarence Gregg of Capitola Calif, Benjamin Gregg of Santa Cruz, Charles Spencer Gregg of Richmond, Calif, and Harold Gregg of San Lcandro, Calif.i also survived by sixteen grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Native of Arkansas, aged 79 years. Services will be conducted at White's chapel, 138 Walnut Awe.. Thursday, November 19, at 10:38 a. m. with Rev. Evan Shea of the First Spiritual Science Church officiating. Interment in 1.0 O F. cemetery Friends ar respectfully invited to attend. 11-18-274 MYERS In Hanford, Calif., November 16, 1959. Rufus C. Myers. Survived by three daughters, Mrs. Lillian Froom of Santa Mana, Calif., Mrs. Esther Herman of Oakland, Calif., Mrs. Mildred Vanderziel of Hanford. Calif.i two brothers. Harvey Myers of Capitola, Calif., Mairon Myers of Laton, Calif.; one tis-ter. Mrs. Stella Matthew of Oakland, Calif.; also survived by five grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Native of Illinois, aged 76 years. Services will be conducted at Th Church of th Brethren near Laton, California. Thursday, November 19 at 2:00 p. m. Interment In Oak Grove Cemetery under the direction of People'! Undertaking Parlor. Hanford, Calif. Friends ar respectfully invited to attend. 11-18-274 SILVEIRA In Santa Cruz. Calif., November 18, 1959, Dorothy Dunn Sil-veira. Survived by her husband Anthony Silveira of Soquel, Calif.; stepson Richard Silveira of Reno, Nevada. Native of California, aged 52 years. Member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church of Capitola. Services will be conducted from White's Chanel, 138 Walnut Ave., Friday, November 20 at 8-30 a. m. thence to St. Joseph's Catholic church, Capitola, where a requiem mass will be offered for the repose of her soul commencing at 9 00 a. m. Rosary will be recited In White's chapel Thursday, November 19 at 7:30 p. m. Friends are respectfully invited to attend. Private interment in Golden Gat National cemetery, San Bruno, Calif. 11-18 275 YOUNG tn Santa Cruz, California, November 15, 1959, George Oscar Young. Husband of Luise Young of Santa Cruz; brother of Elite Houghten of San Jos, Vivian Parker of Los Angeles and Russet Young of Palo Alto. Native of California, aged 70 years, S months. Member of San Francisco Musicians Union No. 6, Honorary Member of the Santa Cruz Musicians Union and the San Leandro Rotary Club; Member of the Alameda Elks Club No. 1015, Alameda, California. Services will be conducted at th Wessendorf Chanel. Thursday. Novem 1, I960. Burglars Enter Concession Stand ,Hr$ JlilSllill WHmiP B"H Thieves entered the concession stand of the concrete ship at Sea-cliff State park, sheriff's officers reported this morning. Frozen meats valued at $40 were taken and fishing tackle valued at $10 is missing, according to concessionaire Ray D. Bo-telho. The entry, by a forced rear door, apparently took place over the weekend. McMAHON-WASHBURN In Santa Cruz, November 13, 1959, Edward James McMahon, 21 of Marina, native of Massachusetts, and Carol Joyce Washburn, 18, of Seaside, native of California. PERSHE-COX In Santa Cruz. November 13. 1959, Frank Pershe, 73. 117 Saxon street, Capitola, native of Austria, and Callie Irene Cox. 68, 117 Saxon street, Capitola, native of Louisiana. DIVORCES Filed JOHNSON In Santa Cruz, November 12. 1959, Barbara J. from Kenneth L Johnson, failure to provide. FLEMING In Santa Cruz, Novem-ber 12, 1959. Billie Rae from Merla Fleming, extreme cruelty. CARTER In Santa Cruz, November 13, 1959. Dolores M. from Luther L. Carter, extreme cruelty. CURRAN In Santa Cruz. November 13. 1959, Esther M. from Tim W. Cur-ran, extreme erue'tv. Interlocutory Decrees Granted BROWN In Santa Cruz, November 13. 1959, Tomie Lee from Girni Ray Brown, wilfull desertion. GAGNON In Santa Cruz, November 13, Helen L. from Lawrence E. Gagnon extreme cruelty. GRAY In Santa Cruz, November 13. 1959, Ethel Mane from George Frederick Gray, extreme cruelty. CLIFTON In Santa Cruz, November 13, 1959, Imogene from John Clifton, extreme cruelty. MENDES In Santa Cruz, November 13. 1959. Nora Lee from Joseph C. Men-des. extreme cruelty. HARLOCK In Santa Cruz. November 13. 1959, Joanne from David Hor-rock, extreme cruelty. Complaint for Annulment HANSON In Santa Cruz. November 12 1959, Gayle Lynn from James Tern II Hanson. Aptos Citizens Committee Meets Tonight On Schools Continued planning will be car ried out tonight by the Aptos school citizens advisory committee on the proposed added facilities on a new site to alleviate the crowdedness of the present . f ti j!r - Framing for the $350,000 El rear, will be carried through- to the original market and ad- developed by the bank and Jab- yZ-mmU T) Rancho plaza shopping center out. Center right is the first ditional store units in the fore- ro Investment corporation. Vie- - -3u at Portola drive and 38th ave- branch of the Farmers and Mer- ground. In immediate fore- tor Bogard is the general con- A , I fi nue is pictured above. The Cali- chants National bank, facing on ground is a protruding section tractor. Parking for 141 cars i I fornia ranch style architecture Portola drive. It will be con- which will house a restaurant, will be provided. I 1 J of the existing market, center nected by covered breezeways The shopping center is being OOO yrt-fl Gregory Named As Fire Chief V r A ...1, JJ-V Til- . if ber 19th at 10:00 a. m., Santa Cruz B.PO.E. No, 824, officiating. Interment will follow in the Oak-wood Memorial Park. Friends ar respectfully invited to at tend. 11-17-274 BENTHAM In Santa Cruz. Califor nia, November 17, 1959, Lilly Gertrude Ada Bentham, wile of Sylvester Bent- They will meet at 7:3u o clock in the Aptos school kindergarten. The board is presently negotiating for acreage in the Rio del Mar area. A bond issue is being considered for the early part of next year. Stanley Smith heads the citizens committee. ham of Felton; mother of Harry Bent ham of Sacramento and Willord Bent ham of Fremont, California: also sur vived by three grandchildren. Nativa of England, aped 83 years, 3 months. Services will be conducted at th Wessendorf Chapel Friday, November 20th, at 11:00 a. m. Rev. William Burke Capitola Sewer of the Felton Presbyterian Church of' ficiating. Interment in Mt. View Cemetery, Oakland. California. Contract Awarded Friends are respectfully invited to at tend 11-17 275 CARD OF THANKS SA Composer Villa-Lobos Dies Rio de Janeiro (PtThe body of Heitor VillaLobos, South America's most noted composer, lay in state today in the Ministry of Education. Villa-Lobos died Tuesdav at his home here of a kidnev ailment. He was born in Rio de Janeiro at a time when the city kept no birth records and listed his age variously at from 72 to 78 years. FLOWERS James Engineering-Construc PETERS We desire to express our appreciation to the many friends and neighbors for the kindness and sym tion company of San Jose, with a bid 25 per cent lower than the es pathy shown us at the passing of our timated total cost, has been iovea one, laeorge l. Meters. We also wish to thank Santa Crui awarded the contract for the Capitola sewer district extension LodRe No. 38, F&AM, the pallbearers ano ail who sent floral offerings. project. ! y''.k', W 1'- -i) Mu Commissioners of the sanita tne family 11-18 274 DAIRY and POULTRY San Francisco. Nov. 18 Butter prices to retailers: Fust quality 1 lb., print, 69ii-72: Vk lb. print. 71-73 second quality 1 lb orint. no sale: V4 lb. print, 68i-7l FERRARI the Florist "THE FINEST IN FLOWERS" 1222 Pacific Ave. GArden 6-1122 ll-l-tf New prices paid producers for live poultry delivered in San Francisco, tion district awarded the contract at a meeting last night. The firm submitted a low bid of $31,669. Eight other firms turned in bids, with the next lowest coming from the L and M Construction Company of Irvington. The bid was $33,688. City Engineer Tom Polk Williams Jr. reported that the project is for the Rosedale sewer assessment district. The Capitola system will be extended from Bay avenue to the freeway. Because of the reduced bid, the assessment has been lowered from in true iois ana less man trucK lots. Broilers, IV4-2V4 lbs., 20-21. Frvers heavy type 24 to Wt Iba. 16-18. Caponettes. heavy type, 26. Whether it'j fishing for compliments or catfish, you'll have more fun with a slim summer figure. Jacuzzi Whirlpool massag prevents the accumulation of soft, fatty tissue. It keeps you firm ond tones muscles, too. fowls, (hens) light type 4 lbs and unaer, 7-8. Heavy types, all weights, 10. Old Roosters 10-11. Squabs, 83. Ducks, all wts., 45-46. Domestic rabbits under S lbs.. 64-fiS approximately $5 to $4 per front foot, according to Williams. Construction is scheduled to begin Monday. lurneys, all wts., young hens, dressed, 56-58. Young toms around 18 lbs., 43-47: young toms 18-24 lbs. and over 54-56. Egg Quotations Louise Flower Shop "The Freshest in Flowers" Dial GR 5-3841 "FLOWERS BY WIRE" 2880 Soquel Avenue . ii-i-tf PALOMAR HOUSE OF FLOWERS PALOMAR ARCADE GArden 3 0821 ll-l-tf STEWART'S Flower Shop 1430 SOQUEL AVE. GA 3 0640 EVENINGS GR 5-1763 ll-l-tf PHONE 7004 GA 3-3999 Poultry Producers invoicing prices ot eRgs to the retail trade: Large Grade AA .....37-41 Medium Grade AA 28-32 Small Grade AA 21-25 San Francisco FSMN Quotations: Large Grade A 35-39 Medium Grade A . 28-32 Small Grade A . 22-27 Rites For Dorothy Half Moon Bay Defeats Bonds Dorothy Silveira Services Planned JACUZZI WHIRLPOOL BATH 999 Soquel Ave, Sanfa Crai Clendenin Set Santa Cruz friends learned to Elio Orlando, president of the Davenport Fire commission, pins a chief's pin on Francis Gregory, who was re-elected chief of the 20-man volunteer fire department at a Monday night meeting. Extreme left is Lorenzo DiTano, vice president; next to Gregory is Joe Scaroni, commissioner; Tillman Morelli, commissioner, and Frank Mc-Crary Jr., secretary. Dorothy Dunne Silveira, 52, a Please tend fiteroMrw Would like heme dtmenrtralk Special to The Sentinel Half Moon Bay Voters in the NAME. native of Azusa and a resident of Soquel since 1942, died yesterday day of the death of Dorothy Gill Clendenin, a former Santa Cruz-an who died last nisht in a convalescent home in Lodi. She had been in poor health for many years but had been seriously ill Gertrude Gregg Rites Planned Gerturde Gregg, 79, a native of Fayetteville, Ark., and a resident of Santa Cruz since 1902. died suddenly Monday in a local hospital. She had come to Monterey when she was 15 and married the late Frederick Gregg in 1902. They had operated a dairy at 4191 Rodeo Gulch road. She is survived by five sons, Frederick Gregg of El Sobrante, Clarence Gregg of Capitola, Benjamin Gregg of Santa Cruz, Charles Spencer Gregg of Richmond and Harold Gregg of San Leandro; 16 grandchildren and 10 great-grandchildren. Funeral services will be conducted tomorrow at 10:30 a.m. in White's chapel with Rev. Evan Shea of First Spiritual Science church officiating. Interment will follow in the lOOF ADDRESS. Half Moon Bay High school district turned down a $390,000 bond issue here yesterday. The vote was 541 Yes, 314 No. The bonds, if passed, would be used to purchase additional land and build classrooms. in a local hospital after a long illness. She had lived in San Francisco before moving to Soquel where she lived on Park avenue. CITY. . STATE . Founded in 1899, Tanforan PUBLIC LECTURE ON SCIENCE OF MIND 'IIoic to Use Your Mind Power'9 To bt given by Dr Wayne Kintner THURSDAY -SKX PALOMAR HOTEL, Santa Croi YOU ARE INVITED-APPRECIATION OFFERING Sponsored by Religious Science Fellowship of Santa Crui RENTAL APPLY TOWARD PURCHASE PRICE Race Track at San Bruno, is the state's oldest race course. only about a month. She was born June 15, 1895, in Cambria and came to Santa Cruz with her parents when she was a child. She attended the old Branci-forte school on Soquel avenue and was graduate from the high school with honors. She taught She is survived by her husband. New York Stock Exchange Anthony Silveira of Soquel, and a stepson, Richard Silveira of tourtesy ot Baikie & Alcantara Reno, Nev. Stocks & Bonds Oirect Private Wire She was a member of the St. 1517 Pacific Ave. Phone GA 6 0652 school at Davenport landing, Jo-Ion in Monterey county, and at Joseph's Catholic church of Industrials Oregon House in northern Call Rails 641.99 Up 6.37 .149.41 up 2.76 3,660,000 fornia. She also taught in Ripon Funeral services will be con Volume ducted Friday at 8:30 a.m. in and was married there. Later she moved to Isleton where she NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE Joseph's church, thence to the St. taught in the Oriental school un r ui oJseph s church where a requiem mass will be celebrated for the til it was discontinued in World American Can 41 American Telephone 77H American Tobacco 104Va Anaconda Co. 63 Atchison T. & S. F. 2514 Atchison T. & S. F. 25V4 repose of her soul, commencing War II. Afterward, she taught in the grammar school until she ' thoughtful and fficlent Service" at 9 o clock. Interment will fol received her tenure and then did low in the Golden Gate national Bendix 71 Beth. Steel 54 cemetery in San Bruno. The ros office work for the school, re tiring in July. Calif. Pack 28H Caterpillar 3114 Che. and Ohio 70H Chrysler 65V ary will be recited tomorrow at 7:30 p.m. in the mortuary chapel. She was preceded in death by her mother many years ago. and by her father, George Gill, who died in Martinez in 1956. FUNERALS uouRias Aircraft 39 Dupont 259 Filtrol . 321 General Electric . 82?i General Motors . 51V4 Goodyear 13413 Homestake 4414 She is survived by her devoted son, Bruce Clendenin of Ripon and Isleton; three brothers, Geo. REBECCA J. NUTCIIER Funeral services for Rebecca International Harvester . 48ii International Nickel 98?. L. Gill and Raymond A. Gill of Santa Cruz, and Carroll Gill of J. Nutcher were conducted in Kennecott , 9234 Lockheed z 301 southern California; a sister, Mrs Above and Beyond Because we are attentive to the family's wishes regarding the funeral service, our service carries on "above and beyond the call of duty." No detail is too insignificant to escape our attention. White's chapel at 10:30 a.m. today with Rev. Don S. Fleming of the First Methodist church offi Montgomery wara . . 52 N. Y. Central 28V4 No. Amer. Avn. Announcement We Have Taken Over The Meat Department In Our Store Formerly Owned by Harold Zachary It Will Be Under the Management of Al MacKenzie Who Will Serve A Wide Variety of Top Quality Meats : SATISFACTION GUARANTEED For Meat Phone GA 3-3209 . . . Free Delivery ciating. Sacred selections were Pac. Cement & Agg. w. played on the organ. Interment followed in the IOOF cemetery. Pallbearers were Joe Locatelli, Arthur Jensen, Robert Hussey raciric uas & tiec. . sii2 Pac. Lighting 4&i Penney (J. C. Co.) 1141.4 Penn. R. R. wt Phelps Dodge 571 Phillips Petrol. 4m and George E. Taylor. Radio 65V4 Republic Steel . 72 Evelyn Whitten of Antioch, and cousins, Mrs. Annie Hutton, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Hutton and Mrs. Pearl Arlin, all of Isleton; and Mrs. Bella Wineman of Santa Maria. Private memorial services will be conducted Monday in the chap-si of the IOOF cemetery with White's Mortuary, Inc., in charge of arrangements. Private inurnment will follow in the IOOF crematory. UN Leader Spoke Here Last Night Richard Phenix, a national field director with the American Association For the United Na sears xoeoucK 501 Southern Calif. Edison ... ton Southern Pacific Std. Oil Calif. ... ' Std. Oil N. J. 47 Texas Corp. . ... 79 Transamerici . '3ns4 yp MORTUARY INC. Union Oil .. ; 441,, Union Pacific . .301,4 United Aircraft . u. s. steel 977i Woolworth (F. W.) ..J 57 BANK STOCKS WILLIAM KRETZ Funeral services for W'illiam Kretz were conducted yesterday afternoon in the .Wessendorf chapel with Dr. Heber St.; Clair Ma hood and the Salinas lodge of the Moose officiating. Mrs. Edith Cave sang "Jesus Loves Me" and "Aloha,'r accompanied on the organ by Ethel Schultz. Interment followed in the Oakwood Memorial nark. Pallbearers were Frank McGee. Bob Barrett. Hanford Eldh, Orlin Turnbull, Ernest Tre-jo and Harry Renard. Honorary pallbearers were Glenn Walters, Harold Bender. Leroy Brooks, Cecil Freitas, Jim Minto and Allie Antonelli. r il SERVING GREATER V SANTA CRUI Bank of America 47H(?50i'i Chase Manhattan Bank 606;63ij First National City Bank ..83ii86Vi 611 II LIVESTOCK mm ' Stockton. (API Calves none; hogs 25. tnarnci nui e&ieoiisnea, tions, spoke before a small group last night in the home of Bob Hall, 620 High street. He said that the goal of a cur-rrr.t membership drive is to obtain 100,000 members in the U.S. There are presently abou 5t0,000. PACIFIC AT MISSION r.A 3.1122 SHOP IN TIIE GREATER SANTA CRUZ TRADING AREA