56 E Oakland Tribune, Wednesday, Nov. 14, 1951 FINANCE AND COMMODITY NEWS i mmmmmmmmm' , "mmTmmim" ' Holiday Sales Boost . Retail Trade Volume By SAM DAWSON' . NEW YORK, Nov. 14. (T) With twa big sales days 'tucked under their, belts, merchants hereabouts are feeling more comfortable today. . ' , , .' .. i . I ! ' . Department stores here were jammed with shoppers on . i a . t- i j rrn -1- l - ine Arrnisuce i-ay nouaay. J t L1!J.. kmtitMki 4 4l. spend. On both occasions sales ran well above a year ago. store esumaies 01 gams range from 20 to 35 per cent s Chain stores now reporting .? . . on meir ucioDer rjusuiess it. xr.4.i J pressive sales increases over a . . 1 I 'A J - , year ago, ana in most cases decided gains over business this oepicuiucr. Food stores report bow dollar volume and unit volume gains this year. They af e expecting the biggest holiday trade in his tory, according to the American Institute of Food Distribution. Apparel store sales, aided by the arrival of brisk weather, are running from 8 to 25, per cent above a year ago. And a furniture store chain, which had been running behind -a . A X . last year ior nine monxns, reports October sales jumped ,28 per cent above a year ago. Customers, however, are very bargain-conscious, most mer chants admit. The big Armistice Day and election day business is generally accredited to iarge: scale advertising oi promotions and sales and, in some instances. to "tare-season clearances, the ads stressing that prices are be ing cut at the start rather than the end of the season. Some government statistics may show where these customers "are coming from. There were 61.8 million people at work in October, more than in any previous October, the Bureau of the Census reports. Personal incomes of Americans stay high, even if off a little from its peak, the Department oi com merce reDorts. Retail inventories , are in healthier condition, too. They hit a high of $20.6 billion in May. By- the end of September they had been cut down to sib.o du lion. It is on all thesef actors taken tnrfthT that merchants are building ' their hopes for good Christmas trade perhap as good as last year's record breaker. They hope that Armistice Day dollar volume is a good omen of busy sales days ahead. Marchant Sales Register Gains mr.w.v.anr Calculating Machine Company reports-sales and oper ating revenues oi o,vi,oc wr the third quarter compared to $5,303,102 reported for the third quarter of 1850. Total volume for the first nine months of 1951, however, . -i. J m mnrA 41ft nSft 124. amuuiitcu w T.w,w-, , which represents an approximate increase of 36 per cent over 1950's mark of $13,304,180 for the corresponding period. Edgar B. Jessup, president, announced that fourth - quarter prospects are good and that 1951 Mai rvnuM are expected to exceed ; those of 1950, which reached an all-time peak. Sales levels for 1952, he said, will be governed by the amount !! materials allocated to the company. ' : Western Air Lines Net Profit Soars Western Air Lines, Jnc, today reported a net income for the first nine months of 1951 that almost doubled the income for the same period in 1950. The company said the increase was realized despite the loss of nearly $1,000,000 in revenues this year during a 15-day strike of mechanics. Western reported its net income for the first three quarters of 1951 as $1,185,323, equal to $2.26 a share. This was compared with net income for the comparable period in 1950 of $662,136, or $1.26 a share. I C Pannsv ale tin NEW YORK, Nov. 14. W Sales of J. C. Penney Co. in October totaled $96,917,734, up 12.7 rti ront from 186.017.221 in the like month last year. Sales in the first 10 months of $780,924,637 were 10.6 per cent better than $706,900,472 last year. . WHOLESALE PRODUCE WEDNESDAY. NOVIMBtE M united Pros rairrs - APPLES fcsata Out ll.T89t.0a. AVOCADOS So. Calif.. 84.3054.73. -' STRAW BERRIXS -A. Clara. t2.M63.7S. ' GRAPES San JaMuln. M IS. GKAFEFRU1T Artaona. HlifTUl, - a viav:B C . a tia nt at a ' ORANGES So. Califs M.MA4.TS.' OLIVES AH districts? lb., 11c PEARS Laka. 33.7364.30. VEGETABLES ..'f:Ji H ' ' ARTICHOKES SB Mntro. S3 MttS.BO. BEANS Tulare, lb., iOi 22e. Baoccot.1 Local. w.i&a.aa. CABBAGK Local. 63.50. , CARROTS Monterey. 7.SO3n. CAULIFLOWER-Loral, U-OOttt-ZS. CEl.rhY-Local. tl.TS. CORN Kern. U.tt3 M. LETTUCE Local i75fl 4 IS. ONIONS Ail eistricts. 2.2i. ' PEAS Santa Clara. 150i3.75. -. POTATOES Klamath. H.tSaJ. SPINACH Local. M 500.00. DIVIDENDS DECLARED MINNEAPOLIS HONETWELL. 19 renla and as cent extra. My December 10, rrnj November to, kliioNDS saw steel, no, rear-end. pay December IS. November XI. xiie wee& ueiure, ui eicvwuu Vk4m m il1ik t,,4Vi mnnAti 4a Feed Grains Set New Highs By WILLIAM FERRIS CHICAGO, Nov. 14. Of The, advance in grain prices rah into some stumbling blocks on the Board of Trade today. Wheat and soybeans were tripped up, but the feed grains cleared the hurdles to continue their upswing of the previous session. All corn contracts sold at new seasonal highs, as did all oats, except December. During the early trading wheat also made new peaks. But all the gains in wheat were given up before the close. Soybeans never did participate in the upturn and developed ; some late weakness. ' In back of the independent strength of feed grains were small cash grain receipts, heavy 'feeding demand, unfavorable weather for harvesting the . crop and the lack of hedging pressure. wiwii rlniMl lower. December tt.5'4-y4: corn V-l higher. December oata V lower to y ninr, r W.. AIL a. - twimwr a-vll IU td t cents lower, December $2.614: soy beans 1 to lower, wovemoer M.MV4-V4. and lard 5 cents lower to 13 cents a hundred pounds niftier, November S1S.S9. GRAIN RANGE CHICAGO. Nov. 14. 4rV- I Own Hih Low Close Wheat Dec. t 0 -0 9.80H t.59-4 1.5V,-5BV, Mar. l.3 S.63h t.24 t.6t May 2 5.-S9'i I.5B1. I H'i 2 59 -88 July 3.50 t.MVfc 2.49 2.49" Sept. 2.504 2.91 2.49 2.49. CORN Dec. 1 5"4 1.84H 1.84H-S4H Mar. 1.88V I.89V l.8V l.UVa May 1.89 -t 1.89H l.SSVt 1.8V-MH July l.MH-SSVt 1.89H l.SS4 1.88V, Sent 1.84 1.83 H l.4V I.MV4 OATS ' . Dec .97-7 '.MH .97 .VIH-VI Mar. 1.00 -O0k 1.01. -1.0 l.OQVr-OOy May .99S-W14 . -Ja- . J8V-M July .4Vi3H .J-3 RYB New stylet - Dec. 2.04 J.04 191 Vi .li : May - 2.03W .m .f July 1.98 1.98V 1.98 1.9S RYX Old st vie: Dec. 1.89W l.M'4 1.9fiVi 1.99V4 SOYBEANS. - ' Nov. S.02V. 9.03V J.99H 8.99Vi-t9'. Jan. 3.02V,-02H 3.03V. 3.00V 3.00V-O0 Mar. 3.02-03 3.03V 3.01 J.01V-01 May 3.02V-02V 3.034 3.01 'i 3.0 -014 July 3.01V s.ojy, 3.oov 3.oov,-oov Sept. 2.99 2.98 2.94 2.94 LARD Nov. 15.37 15.57 13.10 14.82 14.85 14.85 14.80 15.37 1S.5S 14.95 14.95 14.70 14.70 14.75 1475 14.70 14.77 14.80 14 0 Dec 14.95-97 14.80 14.85 14.82 14.80 Jan. Mar. May July CASH GRAIN CHICAGO. Nov. 14. (iPV CASH WHEAT None. CORN New: No. 2 vallow. tl 87: No. 3, tl 80H-83. oats Sample trade white. tl.OS1'. BAB LEY Nominal : Malting, il.36.7fl: feed, $1.23-40. LOCAL GRAIN CHAIN In carlots. oer rwt.. hulk basis, f o b. tracks at San Francisco: No. brlsht Western barley, teatina 44 pounds . t3.5 3.87Vi No. 1 briaht western marl-cut, testing 46 pounds .. 3.70 13. ft '4 meoium mailing types . . Good maltlnc types Choice maltinc types ... No. 1 hard white wheat.. No. 1 son white wheat. . Heavy dockaee wheat... 3.77 Vi (93.83V 3.8JVi3.8S 3.83 03.90 4.30 84.3S 4.20 04.23 4.10 5 4.13 4.00 i4.0a 3.38 03J7 3.90 04.10 No. 3 yellow corn ....... No. 3 yellow milo California red fMf at MTLLTI ED (Bailed, per ton. in car-lots.) ' Standard tnillrun 73.004I7S.00 Red Wheat bran 1 Man aa ,AIJAIXA (Baled, per ton. la car- 101s. I Choice alfalfa. Kenerally com. paraoie to U.S. Ho. 1., . 39.Q0Q37.W vmti j. mcnuiT comparable tn U A Mn. 1 ban, M MaM AA No. a dairy, ceaerally earn- ; parable to UA No. 2 33.0Ofl33.00 POULTRY AND GAME rederal-State Market New teryfce Paying price J Price : to retailers in fob. BROILERS 1 to 2U, lbs. 33 0)33 RYERS V to 3 iba..... 30 031 3 to 4 lbs...... 30 031 48041 I 43044 : 43044 S 4St49 I 343S ; 33638 1 43s43 f 900)31 HOASTEHS- , 4V lbs. and over 33 r34 Hens, under 41bs. 023 Hens. lbs. and ovir 23 014 Hens, heevy, all.wta. 20 U31 OLD RXSTTtR Si- All weiahta i . 20 021 DUCKS v I if 48041 S4038 I MttM 1J0I 3b J 3C4U All weiffhlar . r i . n'KKavrs Hens, younc. all wts. -Toms, younc. all wts. 3QUAB&- DOMESTIC RABBTTS Coder Iba DAIRY PRODUCTS U BUTTER A3 scar. T3A74e: 3e 4KOrc 74c; 90 scon, 71c 1 CHLSa Otaoe A toej 440438! (red A. stnele. 43M44C. t EGGS larsa strade A. TlV4c: medium grade A. fmes small, grade A. 60 Sc. fouitry rroaucert or venvai uanror-nla- Lanta .grade A. 73c: medium, grade A. 3c; small, grade A, S3c. S.F. LIVESTOCK . SOUTH SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 14. v-rsMNi -s CATTLE 301 light supply. mostly cows; moderately active, steady; scattered eanner-cutter cows. $13.00-32.50. Tuesday.' small - lot- good-choice 1021-pound two day type steers. 934JS; few high cutter and low utility cows, 223.00- 34.00. - . -- , - CALVES Wong. r- -t;L-:-c.r' " ' : . 33 centg higher. .Sow steady, choice 300 -344 pound butcher. SiO.Oe -20.?3; choice aowa up to t&O pounds. tlJJO- (a.au. ( - . - , . (Hit 9m None: Tna4a mill Lint choice and prime No. 2 pelt, SS-pound slaughter lambs steady at 931.00. N.Y, COTTON MARKET NEW YORK. Km 14 ai MAm aellmg and heavy liquidation in the final , causeu couoo , prices to drop sharply. . , s lower than the wwrtmn c'. r Low Clse 4,r-3 4t.5S-S 41.S4-1 39.44.70 34.27-39 34 11 4a.a 42.44 42.22 41.70 34 3 27 March 143.12 Ma v v : - i lux October ........... I 4A.35 Oeccmber ) 29 94 March ........ lissi 31.13 Middlins spot 43.33 nominal, oii CV Pacific Gas Net Profit Declines - Rapid expansion of its gas and electric business ftov the third quarter, biit lower earnings due to higher taxes and costs, were reported today by Pacific Gas and Electric Company. ' - President J. B. Black, reported net earnings for the, 12 months ended September 30 were $22,-869,938, equal to $2.15 a share. This compared with a net of $23,261,491 or $2.56 a share in the preceding 12 months. Electricity sales for the quar ter were 13.7 per cent ahead of the similar 1950 quarter and gas sales were up 10 per cent Gross operating revenues for the 12 months were up 15.9- per cent, totaling $266,861,000, a gain of 1 $36,559,000. All but $3,000,000 of the gain, however.' was absorbed by increased operating costs and taxes. Provision was made .for $58,-279,000 in tax s, equal to $3.47 a share, in the annual period under review. Adjustments were made to include the tax increase under the latest revenue bill. The report estimated that $4,50,000,000 will be spent on coO-struction in the three years starting with 1952, due in part to new demands created by the military program. Case for Steel Decontrol Is Being Built Up NEW YORK. Nov. 14. (1 A case for decontrol is being built up rapidly in the steel industry. the Iron Age, national metal-working weekly, said today. Expected production this year will total 105,100,000 net tons of ingots, an all-time record. This compared with 98,800,000 net tons last year and the World War II peak of 89,200,000 net tons in 1944. Iron Age said that to make this year s new record the mills would have to average about 100.9 per cent of rated capacity, against 96.9 per cent last year and 95.5 in 1944. "From now on," Iron Age said, "the advantages of steel's early start on defense expansion will become more and more appar ent." The scrap outlook was de scribed by Iron Age as bleak. Ef forts to get out scrap have barely managed to keep steel furnaces from shutting down, the maga zine said. Iron Age said steel producers are still in the midst of a seller's market and it is expected to continue strong for the next six or eight months, possibly longer. "But signs of softness in the cold-rolled sheet market detected recently are plainly visible this week, the magazine said. "Although it is believed this softness is caused by government curbs on steel users' demand, it is spurring producers to give an eye to their future markets." Keystone Funds Report Assets Combined net assets of the 10 Keystone Custodian Funds on September 30, were $217,650,700, it is disclosed by the. annual re ports of Keystone Funds J34 and SI. On the corresponding date last . year, combined , net asse were $219,763,600. Net assets of the Discount Bond Fund B4 increased to $34,792,285 at the close of the 1951 fiscal year on September 30, compared with $33,045,792 a year earlier. Net asset value per share, despite a special distribution on August 31 of 55 cents per share from net realized gains, increased to $11.01 from $10.93 on September 30, 1950. During fiscal year, the number of shares outstanding -increased to 3,159,633 from 3,023,-876 at the beginning of the 12-month period. The Keystone ; High Grade Common Stock Fund SI reports net assets of $4,164,562 on September 30, against $3,489,092 a year earlier. Net asset value per share increased -to $33.18 from $29.58 at the end of the previous fiscal year and, in addition, a special distribution of $2.31 per share was paid on August 31 from net realized profits of this fund. The number of shares outstanding increased to 125,507 at the close of the fiscal year from. 117, 942 on September 30, 1950. SUN, MOON AND TIDE WEDNESDAY.. NOVEMBER 14 Sun rises , , :a 6un sets..... 4:59o Moon . rlMW. . . .3:37p Moon sts. ...9:04a om New Moo 1st Qtr fun Moon Nov. 33 Dee. Dee. 13 5:00p.m. :30a.m. - 1:20a.m. Last Or Nov. 21 12:01p.m. NOVEMBER 14 TO KOVTMBER It T1DS XAKLK - M W. L.W. - H.W. 14 1:14a i& 8:32a 3.8 11:37a T. I 9J 9:32a 19 11:37a T l 9:520-11 5.3 S:0a 3.8 12:(W0 6.3 f:31p-1.9 it.2 9:4a 4.0 12:37 9.9 8:12o- 7 13 3:05a IS - a:Ka 17 . 3.3 7:34a 4.2 l:llB 6.4 8:S3p-.3 18 4:41a 3.9 4:26a 4 J t:51p6.9 9:41p-0.2 rna time and neichts art tides tn the above U J Coast and Geodetic Survey -.able are el vest for the foot M Park Street. Oakland, for Fort Point subtract 40 minutes. Nouc Ja the above tabulation a the rides toe daily tides mt ajvea In the order of their occurrence, commencing witn the early snorniag; tuim is) toe last-hand column. columns og notches rr the eieva-Most of eaca tide la t aoove or below Lbe level on Coast Survey ehart snU ineL Ihs numbora are always anave to the ensrt depm, tmies preceded by a minus sua t-i: umub to sumoers art ubtneted.. r : . . : v . , I ef P,,Z.m -9 . Tri 'gr-S 1 rDn s&lf t 1 1 ipi Hi t i W vrtrQtVri aii Occasional rain Will fall In Northern California, the New England states, central Lakes region, southern Appalachians, northern Florida and the central Plains.. .Snow is forecast for the western Lakes region, and westward through the northern Plains states AP Wirephotai. W E A Saa Frsaeisea Bay Beglea Cloudy today with occasional drizzle or very light rain, partly cloudy tonight and Thursday: slightly cooler tonight: high today 38-65; low tonight 46?52; westerly winds 10-20 m.p.h. afternoons. Northera California Partly cloudy to day, tonight and Thursday with drizzle or occasional ugni ram saunas ana Stockton northward today and locally tonight except persisting in mountains; little temperature change; west to northwest winds 10-20 m.p.h. off coast. Sacramento Valley Partly cloudy with local lieht rain todav. oaruv cloudy to night and Thursday; little temperature change; high both days 93-93; low to- night43-S0. Sierra Nevada Cloudy with showers Yosemite northward today, tonight and Thursday with occasional snow higher levels; little temperature change. Saa Jeaqeta Valley Partly cloudy today, tonight and- Thursday with local light rain Stockton northwards; high both days 58-67; low tonight 40-48. Salinas Valley Partly cloudy today, tonight and Thursday with possible drizzle or light rain north end today or tonight; high both days 60-69; low tonight 40-47: westely winds 8-13 m.p.h. afternoons. Saata Clara Vallev Partly cloudy to dav. tonight and Thursday with occa sional light rains today or tonight; little temperature change: high both days 80-67: low tonight 44-49. Llvrrmere Valley Partly cloudy to cloudy todav. tonight and Thursday: occasional bght rain this afternoon; little temperature change. Manterey Bay Area Cloudy today snd tonight with occasional drizzle or light rain, partly cloudy Thursday; little temperature change: high both days M-6V low tonight 44-30; westerly winds 7-15 m.p.h. Los Aaceles sad Vlclalty Psreeast Variable high ciouds but mostly sunny today and Thursday with low clouds and local foe late tonight and Thursday morning: little change in temperature; hish today near 72. National A large low pressure system was centered over the northern Great Lakes this morning: and was moving northeastward. A strong flow of air from the south attended with cloudy skies kept the nighttime lows in the 50s and 60s over the eastern third of the Nation. This storm has brought widespread precipitation during the past 24 hours from the central plains to the central Appalachians northward. Pre- Kentucky northward with Lexington, rv. rwnm i n m i ,nn ani Mn...rnn Mien., i.9i incnes during tne past 24 hours. Light to moderate showers have been reported in the Northwestern States during the past 34 hours, with snow having fallen over and east of the coastal mountains. Stampede Pass, Wash., recorded 2.40 Inches of precipitation during the past 24 hours and the rain had extended southward into Nevada. Temperatures generally were lower over the Western Central States this morning witn tne exception or Nevada wnere sngntiy nigner temperatures were re corded. Preelpltatlan Repert Western Blue Canyon .28. Boise .45, Donner Summit trace. Eureka .09. Grand Junction trace. Hetch Hetchy .03, Med- lora .is, mi. bnasta trace, roruana .is, Pocatello .02, Bed Bluff .01. Salt Lake City .24. San r rancisco .ss, ban Francisco Airport trace, Santa Rosa trace. Seattle .14, Spokane trace, Wlnne-m u cca .09. Eastern Buffalo .17. Chicago .83. De troit .49. Houston trace. Kansas City .02, Memphis .28, Minneapolis 1.42, Omaha ECONOMY h really facter when friend husband and I. b-snel. Tncrt's why we Ay Skyceach. It eiakes any yevng cov pie's budget st-r--sj-t--k. Skyceach alto offers SCHEDULED DEPARTURES framfCelif. NEW YORK $8000 -.tap CHICAGO $7000 lowest air fare a off ssofer (Mae. SAFETY All pi leu hold highei' overawes! approved ratings. Scheduled airline atainlenaace. SPEED Many noa-itoa pad scheduled destor twret. Clo" 4gise Oeuglat Sky. lifters. . COMFORT t usury planes, hasten service, free snacks served aloft. 0 foundtrip Escaniaa. ' a tt . mt e.. m tares r'ww OAKLArO AletPORT lOcItbavon 0-5353 37 CLiaYCeF. YCon 6-3792 LEGAL HOTKTB NOTICE SALS OF PUBLIC PttUPCKTT. Tha City Manager of the City of Oakland will cause to ha sold, for removal or demolition at public auction on Monday, November 19. 1951 at I P.m.. on tha srtmltss. a certain S-atory stucco house desig nated as 3734 Klnrsley Street. Open for inspection Friday. November IS. wi OTtwwis inq T p.m. TERMS AND CONDITIONS Of" SALE for purchase and demolition or saio Duiiuna; win a furnished by the City Clark est application and said work must be dona In accords see with said terms and conditions. Refer to aald specifications oerore Binding-. -Tha City Council reserves the right to reject any and aXL bids received. " , v. , chas. jl don. city cierk. No. 35 - Nov. II - (St) . T HER .01, Pittsburgh .06. St Louis .13, Shreve- Sort .31, Washington .01. Wllllston .01. onolulu .01. California and Natieaal Sammary California Cloudy skies were general over much of Northern California this morning with light precipitation having been reported from the Bay region northward. This precipitation was caused by the southern portion of a weak low pressure system moving across the northern portion of the state. Southern California was enjoying clear skies and sunshine this morning. Partly cloudy skies will persist, extending from MoTiterey. Stockton and Yosemite northward today and tonight. Temperatures will change but slightly from the high readings in the 60s and the low readings in the 40s over Northern California. SPECIAL OAKLAND BEFOBT Precipitation July 1 to midnight yesterday, 1.23. Normal July 1 to midnight yesterday. 3.08. Precipitation for same period last year, 1.92. Precipitation midnight to 3 a.m. today. .00. Total precipitation for current storm, .00 Maximum temperature yesterday, 61 Airport. 64 Downtown. Minimum temperature yesterday, 43 Airport. 49 Downtown. Highest temperature this year, 96 on May 27. Lowest temperature this season, 30 on January 31. TEMPERATL'BE TABLE Western Temaeratvres High Low! Albuouerque 49 31) Phoenix Bakersfield 63 48 Portland Blue Canyon 42 36 Pocatello High Low 73 50 48 42 33 32 Blyths 78 50 Red Bluff 35 55 50 Boise Cheyenne Coaiinga Denver Donner Smt El Paso Eureka Junct Havre . Helena 42 33, Reno 39 SllRlversid 64 48 1 Sacra men to so 68 62 64 53 51 45 22' Salinas 33 25i Salt Lake City 42 San Diego 68 30 66 51 58 54 55 45 54 56 52 46 San Jose 63 San Fimnclsco 61 S.F. Airport 61 Santa Barbara 74 Santa Maria 70 66 45 45 31 36 26 42 23 Hetch Hetchy 55 Indio Thrml 82 33 53 17 Santa Rosa Seattle Sheridan Spokane Stockton Sunnyvale Susanvllle Tnnopah 63 46 47 43 52 34 24 32 Lander Las Vegas Los Angeles L.A. Airport Med ford 68 41 69 35: 69 52 65 55 62 53 46 44 41 38 72 44 47 52 60 44 80 Mt. Shasta Needles Williams Oakland Arpl 61 57 Winnemucca rasoKobles 67 421 Yuma 'h?1'" Hiarh Low t . - - : Atlanta 68 601 New York 63 47 Boston Brownsville Buffalo Charleston Chicago Des Moines Detroit Fort Worth Houston Jacksonville Kansas City Memphis Miami Minneapolis 60 55 84 641 61 57 75 66 New Orleans 80 70 North Platte 51 28 OklahomaCty 64 37 Omaha 55 36 64 42lPensacola 73 69 57 36 Pittsburgh 70 51 59 49 Rapid City 42 25 85 48, St. Louis 76 43 84 65! Sin Antonio 91 58 82 63Shreveport 82 49 64 4W Washington 60 56 73 S3!Wichita 60 36 80 74Willlston 33 16 48 S3! Honolulu 82 73 LEGAL NOTICE) NOTICE BIDS FOR FURNISHING ONE fl) TON PANEL, DELIVERY TRUCK TO THE FIRE DEPARTMENT OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND, CALIFORNIA. The City Cleric will receive sealed bids or proposals In his office In the City Hall at any time prior to the hour of 12:30 o'clock p.m. on Tuesday, the 20th day of November 1951, for furnishing; one (1) ton panel delivery truck to the Fire Depart ment ot the city of Oakland. California. Specifications and blank forms of proposals will be furnished hy the City Clerk on application. Price bid shall include delivery and California State Sales Tax. The City is exempt from City of Oakland Sales Tax and Federal Excise Tax. All proposals shall be accompanied by a check in an amount not less than ten per cent (10) of the ag-arrearate amount of the proposal certified by a responsible bank, cavable to the order of Chats, -B4. Don. City Clerk of the City of Oakland, which check and the amount therein specified shall be forfeited and retained by the City of Oakland if the successful bidder falls to execute the contract in the required form and furnish the. bond required. Bond in an amount equal to one-fourth ot the total contract orlce to be riven by successful bidder as a guarantee tor faithful performance of the contract. Contract to be entered Into within ten (10) days after award thereof. Said truck to be furnished and delivered in accordance with specifications therefor adopted November 8, 1951. CHAS. M. DON, city Clerk. ; No. 359 - Nov. 14 - (6t) ORDINANCE NO. CM S. . AN ORDtNANmn AlITHftBlZTNO AND DIRECTING THE EX rninie np rtTV AWMinn rw.at. OWNED REAX PROPERTY REQUIRED IN CONNECTION WITHTHE THE AIAXOK TO EAECUTB NECEss AH I UWU Jtt BA1U CH1NHE WHEREAS, proceedings are of Stauffer Place, and certain nronertv has been acquired, to which- fee title is now vested In the City of required for. or usable for any public purposes, which said property Is designated and hereinafter described as Parcel 1; and WHEREAS, a narcel of land hereinafter described and designated as Parcel 3 Is required In connection with the improving of Stauffer Place, and said real property, has aforesaid Parcel 1: snd y WHEREAS, this Council deems or saia .rarcei i ior said farce l 2, now, therefore. BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Oakland, as follows SECTION 1. The exchange of the hereinafter deacribed and deaig- nated real nronertv. deale-nated a of land hereinafter deacribed and autnonaea ana aireciea. Said nronerties are situate tn meda, State of California, and more fAtUCU J. Beginning; at tha most easterly corner of Lot A. as said lot Is shown upon the map hereinafter mentioned: and running thence, along the northeastern boundary line of said lot, north 41 02' 22' west 100 feat to a point on the northwsstern boundary ling of said Lot A; thence along tha last-said boundary Una, south 48 67' 33 west 8.25 feet; thence, leaving said northwestern boundary lino, south 41 02' 22 east 2.00 feet to a point on the southeastern boundary, lino of said Lot A: and thence, along the last-said boundary lino, north 48 37 33 east 3.26 feet to the point of hsginning. -.. Containing an area of 14.50 square feat and being a portion of Lot A. aa aald lot is shown upon the map entitled "Tract 911. Oakland. Alameda County, California." filed March 3. 1951 in Map Book No; 31 at page 84. In the office of the Recorder of Alameda County, California. i - - PARCEL 8. ! - Beginning at the most easterly corner af Lot T. as aald lot ' fa shown upon tha map hereinafter mentioned: and running thence. . along the northeastern, boundary 11a of aald Lot 7, north 41 03' 32 west 3.00 feet; thenco, leaving the last-said boundary line, sou Us IS 10 07 west 3.3 feet; thence south 41 OS 23! oast 3.30 feet to a. point en the southeaatern boundary line of said Lot 7; and thenco, along tha last-said boundary Una aorta. 33 10 07 oast 8.21 feet to . the point of beginning. ., Containing aa area of 11.11 squaro feat and being a portloa of Lot T, as said lot ta shown upon the map entitled "Tract 911, Oakland. Alameda County, California," filed March 3, 1911 tn Map Book No. 31. at page 34 ia tha offica of tha Recorder of Alameda County. California. '. SECTION 3. Tbe Mayor and the City Manager ar hereby authorfssd and directed to execute, on behalf of the City of Oakland, a deed conveying iid Parcel 1 in accordance with the foregoing. SECTION 3, This Ordinance shall take effect sixty. (40) days after Its final passage. A , . In Council. Oakland. Calif-. Nov. . 1911. Passed to print for two dare by the following Ayes; Councilman Fletcher, Grant, MacLeod, Riles, Youell and Vice-President Magjrlora 4. Noes Nona,, Absent: Councilmen Clausen, Morcom and President Rishell 1. . CHAS. M. DOS. City Clerk.1 . , - . No. 313 - Nov. 14 - 2t ORDINANCE NO. ? AW ORDINANCE- DECLARING THE INTENTION THT5 COTJTffcTL OF THE CITY OF OAKLAND TO ORDER IKS VACATION OF PORTIONS OF STAUFFER PLACE AND STACFFER COURT LYING WITHTN TRACT 911 WITHIN THE CITY OF OAKLAND: REFERRING TO A CERTAIN MAP FOR PARTICULARS AS TO THE PROPOSED VACATION: DESIGNATING PART 3 OF DIVISION f OF THE STREETS AND HIGHWAYS CODE OF THE STATE OP CALIFORNIA UNDER Shipping News In Bay Ports ARRIVED IN S.F. BAY. MONDAY, NOVEMBEK 13 L. P. ST. CLAIR, Faulkner, from Lea Angeles, 3 p.m.. Union Oil- Co.. Oleum. t LYINO SCUD. Robins, from sea. 4:40 p.m.. pacific Tar East Line. Pier 56. NIKOBAR. Hejlso. from sea. 3:03 P.m., East Asiatic Co.. Seventh Street. Oakland. AKAGI MARU. from sea. p.m.. Pacific rar East Line. Pier 50. HAULLAGA, Henrique, from Peru. 8:33 p.m.. Balfour, Guthrie it Co.. Sel-bys. TAMESIS, from sea. 9 p.m.. Sudden Jk Chrtstenson. Inc., Pier 13. J. H. TUTTLE. O'Brien, from Elwood. 10:30 p.m.. Standard Oil Co.. Richmond. TUESDAY, NOVEMBEB IS PETER MAERSK, Skjellenip. from sea, 13:23 a.m., Fred Olsen Line, Pier 34. JOEL CHANDLER HARRIS. Mattaon. from Los Angeles, 1 a.m.. Coastwise Line, Pier 40 TRADE WIND. Vaughan. from sea. 4:30 a.m.. Pacific Far East Line, Pier 90. PERICLES, from sea. 4:30 ".m.. General SS. Corp., Bethlehem. San Francisco. VICTOR fit. KELLY. E. Fulton, from Port San Luis. 9:10 a.m.. Union Oil Co.. Oleum. HAWAIIAN FARMER. Dollard. from Honolulu. 12:33 p.m., Matson Navigation Co.. Pier 30. SAILED FROM S.F. BAY MONDAY. NOVEMBEB 12 K FRIBOURG. Osterwold. for sea. 4:33 p.m.. States Marine Corp. BERG ANGER. Johannson. for sea. 3:10 p.m., Interocean Line. FERMANENTE SILVERBOW. O'Brien, for Portland, 5:30 p.m.. Olympic SS. Co. PAUL N. GREGG, Bonner, for SeatUe, 7:15 p.m.. Union Oil Co. GOLDEN GATE, Kollberg, for Vancouver, 8:13 p.m., Johnson Line. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 13 CHINA TRANSPORT. Hansen, for sea. 12:25 a.m.. Pacific Transport Line. . J. H. MacGAREGILL. Chesselet. for Seattle. 5:05 ajn.. Standard Oil Co. . AKAGISAN MARU. for Los Angeles. 6:43 a.m.. Furness Withy Co. RF.Rfir. BERGESEN. M. Meltng. for Los Angeles, 10:50 a.m.. Williams Dimond. PRESIDENT MONMUt. MOil, ior sea. 1:15 p.m.. American President Line. PRESIDENT McKINLEY. Sweetaer. for Los Angeles, 12:30 p.m., American President Line. . SCHEDULED ARRIVALS Subject to change without notice. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER IS JEAN LAFTTTE. from Okinawa. MENESTHEUS, from Yokohama. Pier 39 MORMACSUM. from Columbia River, Howard Terminal. Oakland. SCHEDULED DEPARTURES Subject to change without notice. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 NEREIDE. for Genoa. East Bay. STEEL ROVER, for Manila. Pier 48-A. BARBRO, for Buenaventura. Pier 50-D. Peace Officers Conference Slated LAKEPORT, Nov. 14. More than 100 law enforcement officers, representatives of police de partments and sheriffs offices are expected at Loch Lomond Resort, - Cobb Mountain, tomorrow for the annual meeting of the Northern California Peace Officers' Association. Civil defense problems, crime prevention and law enforcement matters will be taken up and panel discussions conducted on various phases of law enforcement. New officers for 1952 are to be elected. Guest speaker for a noon luncheon will be Lakeport Attorney Howard G. Crawford, who will discuss legal and technical aspects of the peace officer's work. Louis R. Duncan, Yuba City chief of police and president of the association, will preside at the session. General chairman is Calvin Mellor, Lakeport chief of police. ' LEGAL NOTICE CALL FOR BIDS FOR RENTAL OF GRADING EQUIPMENT BY RECREATION DEPARTMENT. The Recreation Commission of the City of Oaklandw-tHvTcelve sealed bids at its otttce in the Municipal Auditorium Bnilding 21 13th Street, Oakland, prior to! the hour of 4 p.mi on Wednesday, November 21. 1931. for furnUhlns; in accordance With specifications therefor, the following;: , D. 8 Caterpillar and RELATED EQUIPMENT FOR GRADING AND FILLING on a per diem basis, together with operator thereof. Specifications and forma of pro posals will be furnished by the aec-retary of the Commission at the above address, upon application. Each proposal shall be accom panied by a certified check for $100.00. payable to the order of the City Clerk of the City of Oakland. No nronosai will ha considered un less accompanied by such check. No cash or currency win Da accepted. All bids must bear the affidavit ef the bidder as required by Section 124 of the City Charter. Contractor shall provide evidence of required insurance. To a-uarantee faithful perform ance of the contract, the successful bidder shall place on file with the City Auditor a Dona or ceruiiea rhefle In the sum of 3250.00. Term of contract: Remainder oi fiscal year ending June 30, 1953. Es timated period oi use: is woraing- uy- . . . ... Contract to De entered into wiimn 10 days after award. Secretary, Recreation Commission. No. 355 Not. 13 (St) proprrtY FOR PRIVATELY how being taken for the Improving Oakland, and said property is not been offered in exchange tor tne that equity requires the exchange Parrel 1. for fee title to tha Parcel designated as Parcel 3, Is hereby - tha Cltv tit Oakland. County of Ala particularly deacribed aa follows: C.M.S. LFGAL ffOTfCB THE PROVISIONS OV WHICH THE PROPOSED VACATION PHALt PROCEED: FIXINO THE TIME AND PLACE FOR HEARING PERSONS INTERESTED IN OR OBJECTING TO THE PROPOSED VACATION; AND DIRECTING THE CITT CLERK AND CLERK OF THE COUNCIL TO CAUSE NOTICES TO BE POSTED ALONG THE LINES OF THE STREETS PROPOSED TO BE VACATED. BE IT ORDAINED by tfce Council of the City of Oakland as follows: SECTION L It Is the intention of the Council of the City of Oakland to order the vacation of the following described portions tt Stauf fer Place and Stauffer Court lying within Tract til within the City ot Oakland, and particularly described aa follows: PARCEL 1. . ' Beginning- at the point ef Intersection of the northern boundary Una of Lot 13 with the western line of Stauffer Place, aa said lot and place are shown upon the map of Tract 911. Oakland, Alameda County, California." filed March 3. 1951 in Map Book No. 31. at rage 34, In theWflc of the Recorder of Alameda County, Call-ortila; and running- thence, along- said western line of Stauffer Place, north 9 47' 15 west 19.51 feet to a point from which the center of a circle having- a radius of 5.00 feet bears north 30 13' 4a east: thence along- the circumference of said circle, northerly and northeasterly 93.53 feet to a point of compound curve, from which point the center of A circle baying a radius of K0.00 feet bears south 43 23' 6 5 east: thence along the circumference of laat-said - circle, northeasterly 43.64 feet to a point from which the center of last-said circle bears south 33 01 03 east, from which point, also, the center of a circle having a radius of 37.00 feet bears south 32 01' 03 eaat; thence, leaving said northwestern Una of Stauffer Place, along the circumference of last-said circle, southwesterly and southerly 31.36 feet; thenco, tangent to the circumference of last-said circle, south 4 14' 04 west 127.19 feet to a point on said western ln of Stauffer Place, from which point the center of a circle having a radius of 35.00 feet bears north 35 35' 34 west: thence, along said western line of Stauffer Place, on the circumference of laat-said circle, northerly 13.62 feet: and thence tangent to the circumference of laat-said circle, north 9 47' 15 west 50.00 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL 3. Beginning at a point on the northesstern line of Stauffer Place, distant thereon north 41 02' 22 west 2.00 feet from the Intersection of said line wit!) the southeastern boundary line of Lot 8. ss said lot and place are shown Upon the map of "Tract 911. Oakland. Alameda County, California, filed March 2. 1951 tn Map Book No. 31, at page 34. In the office of the Recorder of Alameda County. California; and running thence, along said northeastern line of Stauffer Place, north 41 03' 3 S west 45.89 feet: thence, contlnulng-along- said line of Stauffer Place, tangent to the last-mentioned course, on the circumference of a circle to the left, said circle having a radius of 96.00 feet, northwesterly 53.93 feet to a point of reverse curve, from which point the center of the curve, which Joins said northeastern Una of Stauffer Place with the eastern Una of Stauffer Court, having a radius of 20 feet, bears north 14 24' 03 east: thence along the aro of last said curve, northwesterly and northerly 21-49 feet; thence, tangent to the arc of the last-mentioned curve south 12 east 3.69 feet to a point from which the center of a circle having a radius of 20.00 feet bears north 78 east; thence, along the circumference of last-said circle, southerly and southeasterly 19.69 feet to a point of reverse curve, from which point the center of circle having a radius of 83.47 feet bears south 21 35' 50 west: thence along the circumference of last-said circle, southeasterly 39.86 feet: thence, tangent to the circumference of last-said circle, south 41 03' 22 east 56.94 feet to a point on the northwestern boundary line of Lot A. as said lot is shown upon the map hereinabove mentioned; and thence, alonir aald northwestern boundary line of Lot A, north 48 37' 38 east 8.25 feet to the point of beginning. SECTION 2. Reference Is hereby made for particulars as to the proposed vacation to the certain map entitled "Map showing- the particulars of the proposed vacation of portions of Stauffer Place and Stauffer Court lying within Tract 911. Oakland. California, October 1951," approved by Resolution No. 374C0 C.M.S. of this Council and filed In the office of the City Clerk and Clerk of this Council on the 8th day of November, 1951. SECTION 3. All proceedings for the herein-mentioned proposed vacation shall be In accordance1 with the provisions of Part 3 of Division 9 of the Streets and Highways Code of the State of California, which Part may be otherwise cited herein as the "Street Vacation Act of 1941." SECTION 4. Notice is hereby given that the 13th day of December, 1951, at 7:30 p.m., is hereby fixed as the time and the Council Chamber in the City Hall, Oakland, California, as the place for hearing all persons Interested In or objecting to the herein-mentioned proposed vacation. SECTION 6. The City Clerk and Clerk of this Council Is hereby directed to cause notices of the street vacation herein proposed to be posted conspicuously alonsr the lines of the streets proposed to he vacated at not more than 300 feet apart but at least three tn all. Said notices shall state the passage of this ordinance of Intention and the time and place of the afore-mentioned hearing. Tn Council, Oakland. Calif., Nov. 8. 1951. Paased to print for two days by tbe following Aves: Councilman Fletcher, Grant, MacLeod, Rilea, Youell and Vice-President Marsriora . Noes None. Absent: Councilmen Clausen, Morcom'and President Rishell 3. CHAS. M. DON. City Clerk. No. 341 - Nov. 14 - 2t) ORDINANCE VO - mm m CMS. AN ORDINANCE ADDING SECTIONS 200, 'io'l, 202, 20tfL!04 AND 20$ TO THE OAKLAND TRAFFIC CODE ESTABLISHING CERTAIN TRUCK ROUTES IN THE CITY OF OAKLAND AND REGULATING THE USE OF SUCH ROUTES. AMD REPEALING SECTION 187 OF SAID, CODE. BE IT ORDAINED by the Council of the City of Oakland as follows: SECTION 1. Sections 200. 201, 202, 203, 204 and 205 are hereby added to the Oaklsnd Traffic Code to read respectively as follows: SEC. 200. THROUGH TRUCK ROUTE "A" COVERING TRUCK TRAVEL BETWEEN INTERSECTION OF CALIFORNIA HIGHWAY ROUTE 5 U. S. ROUTE 60) AND THE OAKLAND-SAN LEANDRO BOUNDARY AND THE DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND BAY BRIDGE. For motor truck travel between the intersection of California Highway Route 5 U. S. Route 60) and the Oakland-San Leandro city boundary and the distribution structure of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the following through truck route Is hereby established: MacArthur Boulevard from the easterly San Leandro city boundary to 90th Avenue; 90th Avenue from Mac-Arthur Boulevard to- East ltth Street; East 14th Street from 90th Ayenue to 81st Avenue; 81st Avenue from East 14th Street to San Leandro Street: San Leandro Street from 81st Avenue to Fruitvale Avenue; Fruitvale Avenue from San Leandro Street to East 12th Street; East 12th Street from Fruitvale Avenue to ltth Avenue; East 8th Street from ltth Avenue to 3rd Avenue; 8th Street from 3rd Avenue to Cypress Street (west bound); Fallon Street from 7th Street to 8th Street (north bound); 7th Street from Fallpn Street to Cvpress Street (east bound); Cypress Street from 7th Street to 8th Street (south bound); Cypress Street from 8th Street to the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge distribution structure. When authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof. It shall be unlawful for any operator of a motor truck or trucking combination entering' the City of Oakland over California Stste Highway Route 6 (U. S. Route 60) at the Oakland-San Leandro city boundary and making a westbound trip through tbe City of Oakland toward the distribution structure of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge or making an east bound trip through ths City of Oakland from the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge distribution structure toward the Oakland-San Leandro boundary at MacArthur Boulevard to operate or propel auch motor truck or trucking- combination over any other route than that hereinabove aet forth or auch operation. For the purposes of Sections. 200, 201. 202. 203, 204 and 205 ef this code, a motor truck ia a motor vehlc-le over 20 feet in length dealgnerl, used, or maintained primarily for the transportation 'of property; and a "trucking combination" is any combination of vehicles designed, used or maintained for the transportation of property coupledT together exceeding a total length of 20 feet and Including any of the following kinds of vehicles; motor truck; tractor and semi-trailer; tractor, semitrailer and trailer: truck and trailer; monotraller; or trailer cosch. SEC. 201. THROUGH TRUCK ROUTE ;"B" COVERING TRUCK TRAVEL BETWEEN INTERSECTION OF SaN LEANDRO STREET AND THE OAKLAND-SAN LEANDRO BOUNDARY AND THE DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO - OAKLAND BAY BRIDGE. For motor truck travel between the Intersection of Sen Leandro Street and the Oakland-San Leandro city boundary and the distribution structure of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the following through truck route is hereby eatabliabed: San Leandro Street from the San Leandro city boundary to 61st Avenue and thence br Route "A" as described In Section 2f0 to the distribution atructure ef the San Francisco - Oakland Bay Bridge. When authorized aigns are in place giving notice thereof. It shsll be unlawful for any operator of any such motor truck or trucking combination entering the City of Oakland over San Leandro Street at the Oakland-Stn Leandro city boundary and making a westbound trip through the 'City of Oakland toward the distribution structurs of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridgs or making an eastbound trip through ths City of Oakland from ths San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge distribution structure toward the Oakland-San Leandro city boundary at Ban Leandro Street to operate or propel such motor truck or trucking combination over any other 'route than that hereinabove set forth for such operation. SEC. 202. THROUGH TRUCK ROUTE "C" COVERING TRUCK TRAVEL BE WEEN THE INTERSECTION OF THE EASTSHORE FREEWAY (STATE ROUTE 69) AND THE OAKLAND-SAN LEANDRO BOUNDARY AND THE DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND BAY BRIDGE. For motor truck travel between the Intersection of the Eastshore Freeway (State Route (9) and the Oakland-San .Leandro city boundary and the distribution structure of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge, the following through truck route is hereby established: Eastshore Freewsy from the San Leandro city limits to Fallon Street and thence by 4th Street (west bound), Madison Street (north bound). Jackson Street (south bound). 5th Street (east bound) and thence by Route "A" to the distribution structurs ef the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge. When authorised signs are In place giving notice thereof, It shell be unlawful for any operator of any such motor truck or trucking combination entering the City of Oakland over the Eastshore Freeway (State Route 49) at tha Oakland-San Leandro city boundary and making a westbound trip through the City of Osklsnd toward the distribution structurs of ths San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge or' making aa eastbound trip Ihrough the City of Oakland from the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge distribution structurs toward ths Oakland-San Leandro city boundary at the Eastshore Freeway to operate or propel such motor truck or trucking combination over any other route thaa that hereinabove set forth for such operation. SEC. 203. THROUGH TKUCK ROUTE "TV COVERING TRUCK TRAVEL BETWEEN THE NORTHERLY CITY BOUNDARY AT THE-BROADWAY LOW LEVEL TUNNEL AND THE DISTRIBUTION STRUCTURE OF THE SAN FRANCISCO-OAKLAND CAT BRIDGE. For motor truck travel between tbe northerly city boundary at the Broadway low level tunnel and the distribution structure of the San Francisco Oakland Bay Bridge, the following through truck route la hereby established: Broadway between the northerly city boundary line at the Broadway low level tunnel to MacArthur Boulevard. MacArthur Boulevard from Broadway to the easterly boundary of the City of Emeryville and thence from the southerly boundary of the City of Emeryville br State Route 3 to tbe distribution structure of the San Francisoo-Oekland Bay Bridge. When authorized signs are in place giving notice thereof. It shall be unlawful for any operator of any such motor truck or trucking combination entering the City of Oakland over California Highway Route 7S through the Broadway low level tunnel and making a southbound trip through the City of Oakland toward tbe distribution structure of tha San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge or making a northbound trip through. tha City of Oakland from the distribution structure of the San Francisco-Oakland Bay Bridge toward the Broadway low level tunnel to operate or propel such motor truck or trucking combination over any other route than that hereinabove set forth for such operation. SEC. 204. DEVIATIONS. Nothing la Sections 100. 301. 303 or 203 of this code shall be deemed to prohibit the operator of any motor truck or trucking combination traversing say of the foregoing through truck routes from leaving such route for the purpose of loading or unloading such vehicle or vehicles at a point off of said route; provided that such deviation for the purpose of loading or unloading shall be taken over a route which keeps at a minimum the distance traveled off of the truck routs Involved. Nor shall anything ta said sections be deemed to prohibit the use of combinations of the above through truck routes nor their use la combination with other authorised truck routs as a part of any given trip. . SEC. 30S. LOCAL TRUCK ROUTES. The following local truck routes are hereby established for the movement ot motor trucks and tracking combinations aa defined la ftootioa 203 of this codsl Street - Front San Francisco-Oakland Distribution ay Bridge and Ap proach Doollttle DrTvo-San Pablo Avenue Adeline Street Alameda Avenvs . Fruitvale Avenue Grovs Street Heg-enberger Road Hlg-h Street Middle Harbor Road County Una Berkeley City Limits 8th Street High Street Alameda Avenue 8th Street Saa Leandro Street San Leandro Street 1 Adeline Street Peralt Street . 23rd Avenue 29th Aveaue -77th Avenue- Fast 13th zird Avenue Heg-enberger Road CvDrena Street Tta F'reet Wbea authorised signs are ia operator of any motor truck or trucking combination as dsfined ia Section too of this rods, shall drive on such routs or routes snd none other except wbea necessary to traverse another strset or streets to a destiaatioa for the purposo of loading or unloading, hut only then hy suck deviation from tha nearest truck routs ss Is reasonsbly accessary. . SKCZXON .1, Soetiea 181 of tao Oakland Traffic Coda is hereby repealed. - J council. oaua va iir.. rov. Fletcher. GranCM.cLeod.RHea, Vouell and Vice-rr?.id7.t Mag eVcrasT oes - Nona. ; Absent: Councilman Ciauaea, Morcom and, President (UtHU No. SI 9 Kst. LRfllf, WOTICW MMIMlid To Structurs Oakland-San Francises Boundary Alameda City Limits KmeryvlHs City Limits Middle Harbor Road, Fruitvale Avenue Alameda City Limits Port of Oakland Doollttle Drivo Alameda City Limits Naval Supply Depot KmeryvlHs City Limits 2th Aveaue Alameda City Limits Ban Leandro Street - Street plaeo giving notice thereof- a, issi. 14 (2t) " City Clerk.
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