Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on March 9, 1959 · 9
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 9

Oakland, California
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Monday, March 9, 1959
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Alameda to Elect Two Councilmen ALAMEDA, March 9 Alameda electors will go to the polls tomorrow to elect two city councilmen and decide three proposed city charter amendments. Citv Clerk Shirley Tennier said 21,620 voteri are registered and 41 absentee ballots have been taken. The Rites Held for A.DM'lntosh Qf Berkeley BERKELEY, March &Serv-Icn were held today for Allan Davis Macintosh, 83, a resident cf Berkeley for mora than (0 years, who died Friday. Mr. Macintosh, a retired lithographer and lithographic salesman, lived at the Alexander Hotel. I A native of Canada, Mr. Macintosh came to the United 'States at an early age and at the time of his retirement was ales manager of a San Francisco lithography firm. He was a charter member of the Athens Athletic and the Berke ley Country Clubs. Surviving are two sons, Allan D. Macintosh Jr. of Oakland, Charles. LMatIntoh of Btrke- ley; two daughters, Mrs. Lillian Thornc of Oakland and .Mrs. Eleanor McClurg of Ingle- wood; nine grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren. Private services were held , at the Ellis-Olson Mortuary, 727 San Pablo Ave., Albany. Interment followed at '-Sunset 'View Cemetery. Louis Paltenghi Funeral services will be Yc)d tomorrow for Louis Earl raltenghi, 61, vice president and general manager of the 1 JI. C,' Macaulay Foundry Co. of Berkeley, who died yesterday. . " Mr. Paltenghi, whe lived at :22ll Ivy Drive, was West Coast rational director of the Gray Iron founders Society. He also was a member of the Hamilton Methodist Church of San Francisco, Park Masonic Lodge No. 449, Scottish Rite Bodies of San Francisco, Islam Temple of the Shrine, the Com monwealth Club and the Amer ican Foundry Men's Society. He was a native of San Frap-cisco. Mr. Paltenghi is survived by his wife, Helen; a daughter, Mrs. Clara Louise Smith of Santa Clara; a son, Richard E. Paltenghi of Orihda; his mother, Mrs. Louise Paltenghi of Oakland; ft sister, Mrs. Minnie Burnley of Alameda, and five grandchildren. Services will be at I p.m. tomorrow in Truman's Mortuary, Telegraph Ave. at 30th St., with the Rev. Rex C. Bevins officiating. . . Sam A. Mousalimos Sam Andrew Mousalimas, an Oakland resident for more than half a century and member of a prominent Greek family here, died yesterday. He had suffered from a heart ailment for several years. Mr. Mousalimas, 77, of 419 28th St., was born in Greece and came to this country in 1904. He was active in the Oakland tavern and restaurant business for many years, retiring in 1944 because of ill health. Members of the family today operate several well - known Oak-land business establishments. Mr. Mousalimas was a member of the Greek Orthodox Church. He is survived by his wife, Susie; a son, Andrew Mousalimas and his wife, Mary; a brother, Tom '-Mousalimas, all of Oakland; a second brother and a sister living in Greece; his mother-in-law, Mrs. Bessie Caredis of Oakland, and four grandchildren. The Rosary will be recited at .8 p.m, tomorrow at the Ca-porgno & Co. Funeral Home, 11727 Grove St. 'A Mass will be offered at ,10 a.m. Wednesday in the Greek Orthodox Church, 916 Brush St. nurpber . of electors has dropped more than 4,000 from the November general election and city hall offi cials art estimating a less than 8,000 turnout. Incumbents Fran S. Colll-schonn and Richard P. Scharht, seeking return to the city Council, are being challenged by Cyril P. Henneberry, TG&E electrician, and Samuel H. Schnear, Vebiter Stmt service station operator. Three proposed amendments to the City Charter, placed on th ballot by the city council, require a simple majority for passage. Measure A would result in the appointment of city treasurer and city auditor by the city manager at the expiration of the term of the incumbents in 1961 instead of their election by, the people. Measure B would permit the city council to contract with the Alameda County Assessor to assess and collect Alameda taxev.a function now xa tried on by the city as well as the county. Measure C would permit the city council to adopt a city budget prior to the third Tues day of September. The present charter section prohibits adoption of a city budget before the first Tuesday in Septem ber, although the city fiscal year ends June 30. " There has been little "or no campaign publicly waged for or against the proposed city charter amendments nor any extensive campaigning on the part of council aspirants. Absentee ballots will be counted one week after the election, on March 17. On April 17, the city council will reorganize, electing a president and vice president, as required by the charter. 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