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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California • 14

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14 OaUaubiiCribunt Jan. 29, 1964 rovn's rother Named To State Narcotic Boa rd 'LITTLE HOPE HELD FOR SAFE SMOKING' i AP and UPI Totals Climb In Mothers' Dime Drive Results of the Mothers' March in Alameda and Contra Costa counties were still being tabulated today, but preliminary showed the figure climbing past $64,000. In all, nearly 20,000 mothers turned out for. the march last night, and that includes some fathers and sons who wore signs reading "Tonight I am a Mother." Marchers in the remote reach County Narcotics -and Dangerous Drug Commission; A. EI-mer Jansen, 60, La Mesa, former San Diego police chief and county sheriff; John Gonzales Lozano, 50, Santa Ana; Mrs.

Frank Shapiro, Los Angeles, executive secretary of the California Medical Research Association, and James Henry Buckingham, 37, of Stockton. SACRAMENTO (UPI)-The brother of Gov. Edmund G. Brown and Paul V. Coates, newspaper columnist and tele; vision commentator, were among nine persons appointed by the Governor today to a new narcotics rehabilitation advisory council.

The Governor said his brother, Frank M. Brown, 46, of Greenbrae, "for a number of years handled narcotics prosecutions while in the San Francisco district attorney's office." Others appointed to the council: J-'. 1 William John Hunt, 54, publisher of the Gardena Valley News and chairman of the Los Angeles County Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs Commission; Sgt. Vivian Strange of the Los Angeles Police Department William Francis Quinri, 58, member of the Los Angeles TttmntTT es of Concord took to horseback to cover their territory. In some Contra Costa communities the Mothers March was rescheduled.

Orinda will hold its march tonight; Pleasant Hill on Friday and in Rheem and Byron the march is going on nightly through Satudav. The count had reached $15,300 in Contra Costa and $48,141 in Alameda County with new fig ures coming in every hour. i I TEMPORARY MOTHERS Strokers Car March Chairman Mrs. EdwareHzini Club members (from left) Joe William- and Alameda County Sheriff Frank I. son, Tom JVard, Denny and Jim Hill and Madigan.

weieoTn1)y-Mottrer? SHOP FOUR CAP WELL'S THURSDAY, FRIDAY, MONDAY NIGHTS! ALL 4 CAP Great selection, big savings in DRESS E.EA2AH mVJ A7 SAPOjIUL'S Compiled from WASHINGTON Surgeon General Luther L. Terry held out little hope today, for eliminating the health hazards of smoking but endorsed a tobacco industry proposal to increase government research into the problem. also informed a House Agriculture Committee that the Public Health Service (PHS) will initiate a campaign to publicize the adverse health factors of smoking and to discourage youngsters from taking up the habit In addition, he said, his agency will try to suggest to cigarette smokers who are not planning to quit how they might reduce health perils by possibly smoking less switching to pipe or cigars. i Terry said that health hazards cannot be completely eliminated by growing better tobacco or developing substitutes. Any 'Full Use Of Heliport In Year' Oakland's downtown heliport atop the new county garage will be in full operation within a year, according to Mike Bagan, president of the SFO Helicopter Airlines Inc.

is when the airline will -be operating with twin-engine equipment, Bagan said, thus eliminating objections of the Federal Aviation Agency to the use of the heliport by single-engine craft. The objection of the FAA was centered around the lack of emergency landing areas in the event of a failure of a single-engine craft. There is no objection, to twin-engine operation. LOCATING SITES Bagan said that his' organization's experts are currently locating emergency sites and may be able to prepare them to suit the FAA in less than a year time. Cmmtv AAmmietratnr.

Karl Strathman said the heliport was constructed at an extra cost of $150,000, of which the Port of Oakland has agreed to pay at the rate of $10,000 a year for five years when the heliport becomes operative. S.F. HELIPORT The heliport situation in San Francisco also came in for discussion at an Assembly Interim Committee on Transportation and Commerce in San Francisco yesterday. Bagan testified that San Francisco's apparent lack of interest in downtown helicopter service created a situation in which 97 per cent of passengers boarding helicopters at San Francisco International Airport were bound for Oakland or Berkeley. He said this trend could be changed if Federal, State or City governments would invest for a donwtown San Francisco helicopter passenger terminal.

Screenwriter Dies Of Heart Attack iirr mrrrT tin nl. Ui and screenwriter Eugene J. Conrad is dead at the age of 69. Conrad, who wrote for the stage, vaudeville and radio before coming to Hollywood, died of an apparent heart attack in his home yesterday. vegetable matter when burned Will produce cancer-causing car cinogens, he said.

Govs. Terry Sanford of North Carolina and Edward T. Breath itt of Kentucky both testified in support -of increased re search. Sanford said "health is more valuable than any industry," but anything as -important to the economy as the tobacco indus' try is entitled to federal research funds. And in Dallas, a Uni versity of Michigan professor expressed fear today that smokers switch from cigarettes to cigars and pipes in large numbers a sharp rise in cancer of the mouth may occur.

"This change brings an added tLreatlo oral health," James R. Hayward, director of the department of oral surgery at the University School of Den tistry. Council Gets Criticism Of Tenants The City Council deferred a decision last night on whether to permit construction of an apartment building which an opponent contended would bring unde sirable tenants to the neighbor hood. The opponent, Norman Newell, of 3007 Sheffield said a building proposed for 2850 Mc Killop Road would "attract the type of tenants that in turn at tract bill collectors and repos- sessors." This was firmly disputed by Chester E. Cadecott, attorney for Wood and Associates, the company that wants to construct the 33-unit apartment building DEFENDS TENANTS "Apartment dwllers are not undesirables, expecially ours who pay $135 a month Caldecott declared.

Caldecott said the building would have five two-bedroom and 28 one-bedroom apartments. He argued the neighborhood was fconed for limited multiple dwelling, that there were sev eral other apartments nearby and that the development would pour $300,000 into the city's economy. Newell, president of the Di-mond Improvement Association, said he represented 64 property owners in the immediate neigh bornooa. Also opposed were three other speakers who warn ed the building might activate the "McKillop Slide" and might change the single-family charac teristic of the area. COUNCIL TO LOOK Caldecott displayed an aerial photograph to show the was some distance from the slide.

The council, deciding to look for itself, postponed a decision until next Tuesday. In other action, the council amended a previous resolution to go oh record favoring a third downtown rapid transit station in the i i i of the Hall of Justice. It also approved a resolution authorizing the city to bid for a $250,000 temporary tax allocation income bond to be sold by the Redevelopment Agency. The action means mat instead of making an outright appropria tion of $250,000 as us share of the Acorn project this year, the city wJU buy the bond and be repaid With six per cent interest as the project develops. MISSES' DRESSES formerly 19.95 to 29.95, Many one of a kind! Choose from a wide assortment of styles and fabrics, specially reduced for quick clearance.

10 to 18 in group. Shop early for first choice. Capwell's Misses' Dresses, Second Floor, OAKLAND ONLY a R'APPLE product ot your WELL'S OPEN 52 $2 II $5 5 '2. WOMEN'S DRESSES formerly $20 to 45.95. Wonderful values in custom sizes! Wools and afternoon styles in acetate crepes.

Also, dressy styles for evening. Mostly one of a kind; but a good assortment included in each size. Sizes 12V2 to 22 Vz in the group. Capwell's Women's Dresses, Second Floor, OAKLAND ONLY $fl sfl CASUAL DRESSES formerly 14.95 to 29.95 fall styles in wools, double-knit wools and some cottons. Sheaths, shirtmakers, ensembles included; super buys at $10, $15 and $20.

Incomplete sizes "8 to 18. Capwell's Casual Dresses, Second Floor, OAKLAND ONLY ff fV III O'v A 2 $3.:4 KNIT WOOL SUITS were priced $25 to 69.95. 2-piece and 3-piece styles; imports and famous-label domestics. Also, one-piece dresses and jacket-dresses included. Incomplete sizes: 8-18 in group.

Capwell's Casual Dresses, Second Floor, OAKLAND ONLY Now! Repeat of a great DUBLE-ICJDT usually 19.99 sell out! (S324U1) -size- Again! Better than ever! Hundreds more of these "hit" dresses have-been rushed here from N.Y. only this time half-sizes are included, along with regular sizes! Be sure to see these stunning buys; made of 100 double-knit wool with a real luxury look and feel! Black, navy, bone, turquoise, pink, red, green and lilac in 12 to 20. Black, navy, pink, lilac and turquoise in sizes 14)4 to 221a. CapwelVs Merritt Dresses: Oakland, Second Floor; end Walnut Creek, Hayward, El Cerrito Save 40 more! Famous make! CLOSE-OUT SALE OF DOUBLE-KNIT VJOOLS $15 30 Formerly Dresses, 2-piece suits and 3-piece suits. All are included in this super-value event at Capwell's! Solid colors and patterns.

Incomplete sizes; 8-1 6 in group. CapwelVs Casual Dresses, Second Floor, OAKLAND ONLY i mail or phone TE 2-1111 Brodwy-20th, Oakland Second Floor dotible-knit wools: quantity I Order by 'color Name- Address- City. B.C. A Plui 4 Capwell's Merritt Dresses, Please send $13 color. phone.

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