r 24 ccco f ' 1 11 : r J 7 i Lucky Letters DB9 IE 9 IL j L : AoryV ' Sixteen lucky players share the winnings today end of week No. 2 in our Lucky Letters game. Contra Costa County gives us our $100 winner this week Burkman F. Murray of 118 Fe-liz .Court, Danville. He mailed his' lucky picture postcard from home town. Other winners: $10 Art. C. A. Junta, WS Lm Av.., San Leapdra, mailtd from Montfy County. KMneth Ehmann, 351S 71nd Av.., Oakland, mailed from Alameda County. Mrs. Vera Lea Johnson, 121 Ashbury Ave., El Ctrrlto, mailed from Alameda County. Brack Jacobs, 74t Monterey, A vena I, mailed from San Francisco County. John F. Kleven, 30M3 Meadowbrook Ave., Hayward, mailed from Alameda County. $5 Mrs. Mary Leavltt, 25 Coolidge Terrace, Oakland, mailed from Alameda County. Abney Dana, 131 Sproule Lane, San Francisco, mailed from San Francisco County. Mrs. John P. McElravy, 1455 Mary Drive, Pleasant Hill, mailed from Contra Costa County. Mrs. Richard Brumb.ck 21N Dorsch Road, Walnut Creek, mailed from Placer County. Kevin McCarthy, 11 Sylvia Drive, , Pleasant Hill, mailed from Contra C- ta County. Barney Heckman, 1503 Via Mesa, San Lorenzo, mailed from Lake County. Mrs. - Tom Korpui, 3425 Maple Ave., Oakland, mailed from Alameda County. ! I. Teichelra, 111 Cameo Drive, Danville mailed from El Dorado County. Donald L. Goodrich, 1414 McGee St., Berkeley, mailed from Plumas County. Mrs. Edwin C Menzel, 10 IMth Ave., Oakland, mailed from contra Costa County. B you didn't win last week, don't despair. The letters and counties are changed daily, and your combination is sure to come up again. Here's how our summertime game works: If your last name starts with one of the three letters posted above, and you are in one of today's lucky counties, mail a picture postcard to LUCKY LETTERS, Oakland Tribune, Box 836, Oakland, Calif., 94604. YOUR PICTURE POSTCARD MUST BE POSTMARKED FROM A PLACE IN YOUR LUCKY COUNTY. On the back of the picture card write your full name and permanent home address. And somewhere on the card jot down the names of the counties referred to in the blank spaces of this week's Lucky Limerick. The counties in last week's were you guessed it! Modoc and Lake. Every day we put 25 picture postcards in the Lucky Hat, and once a week we draw out 16. The first one out of the hat receives $100, the next five receive $10 and the next ten receive $5. Winners are announced each Sunday. Everybody is eligible! Your card can be mailed any day during the contest Picture post cards arriving after noon each Thursday will qualify for the following week s prizes. Lucky Limerick 3 My brother Jerome was lefthanded. The team that he played for disbanded One day in - - When he put one away That "Down by the " landed. 'Abbreviation Pope May Discuss Birth Control in Encyclical VATICAN CITY l - Reports circulated here again Saturday that Pope Paul VI might soon issue his first encyclical letter. Some sources said it might discuss birth control. Vatican sources said they could confirm that the Roman Catholic ruler was working on such a document, but declined to say when it might be issued. Several times In the past year there have been reports that Pope Paul was about to issue an encyclical to outline the program of his pontificate, a year old last June 21. The reports received new impetus from stories in Italian newspapers that Pope Paul now hopes to publish it by mid-August. The reports said the document would review the position of the Roman Catholic Church in the modern world and might possibly discuss birth control. Pope Paul said June 23 the church was reviewing the question of birth control, presumably in the light of the development of the pill. The Pope has suspended all audiences for the July 9-20 period and has delayed his departure to his summer residence at Castel Gandolfo, south of Rome. Salmon Sale Asked ANCHORAGE W - Alaska Gov. William A. Ean asked the State Department Saturday to arrange for sale to Japan of fresh salmon caught by American fishermen in Prince William Sound an area where major canneries are not expected to operate this season. Qro CanriDinoT RejiT'A-rl&tT or a. complete Cojnpuv fHftous Oak, tivitm KBW LOW K ATE3 1 &1J Toclou 4or (ervocfions: i - KM PVEBID INDIAH Pvbht Indians am colorful eVeners durinf ctrtamtials and fiestas. Eack PwMo dings to the old traditions and rHioioes custonu of Ueir forefathers. Taos Indiae efctwed b ia winter dress, la smrmkt white Blankets are worn. ATIL U) Fi&raoDAcaiic&jL-V Lucky Lerr&S; Sox S6, The Lucky Letter was "M," the Lucky County was Contra Costa. Preliminary Report Cites Emeryville's Difficulties By IRA LURVEY EMERYVILLE A city planning firm has issued a preliminary report showing Emeryville as a problem - plagued strip, 49 per cent industrial, with no parks, playgrounds or churches and a serious portion of its homes facing dilapidation. The report, drawn up by the Berkeley firm of Ruth and Krushkhov, is part of a current six-month, $28,000 study two-thirds financed by a federal urban planning grant. The study will lead to preparation of a master plan for the city designed to both spur and guide a major effort at renovating Emeryville. Already in operation Is an ambitious planning commission created two years ago and which is trying to inter-relate its goals to the Ruth and Krushkhov report. ACTION DEFERRED The current report is only a "first phase" and is billed as an inventor y. ADraam Krushkhov had it ready Thurs day night for the City Council's use during tideland development discussions. The council did not then ask to see the report. It voted instead to await the entire six- month study and defer any tide-land commitments for that duration. The Ruth-Krushkhov report begins by explaining Emeryville must depend on neighboring Oakland and Berkeley for all community facilities except schools. Even school playgrounds in Emeryville operate only during class hours. ' Further, until recently Emeryville didn't even have any comprehensive zoning ordinance, the report shows. Land areas had been zoned "industrial" or "residential," according to used "but no development controls-such as setbacks, height limitations or parking have been exercised." This, said the report, accounts for the death of parking and the lotline-to-lotline construction. SMALL POPULATION As for Its residential population, the report shows that as far back as 1940 Emeryville had less than one per cent of the population in the central metropolitan planning area of Alameda County. "Emeryville's role was therefore defined as far back as a quarter - century," the report said. The town's population decreased even further in the 1960 census. It lost seven per cent of its 1950 population. In the same decade, Oakland lost only four per cent and Berkeley only two. Emeryville's 1960 population stood at 2,686, compared to 571,-278-plus for the central Alameda County planning area. The entire county is now over a mil- A Ruth-Krushkhov table also shows that Emeryville's popu- lion. lation has greater economic difficulties than its neighbors. The median income of an Emeryville family is $6,000. The county median as a whole is $6,766. Oakland's is $6,303. In discussing housing the Ruth-Krushkhov study makes the following observation: "Generally, Emeryville's 1960 housing stock was in poor condition and did not compare favorably to county-wide housing statistics," the report said. "If repair and maintenance work is not swiftly undertaken, many of the deteriorated units 22 per cent of the total will become dilapidated and hence fall below minimum housing standards." What's more, said the report, even the incentive to repair these units may be shut off. The report showed that 65 per cent of all housing units in Emeryville are for rent and six per cent of these are still vacant. Not only that, but 84 per cent of all units filled and vacant are over 25 years old. "This may stifle the incentive to undertake maintenance," the Ruth-Krushkhov study said. Eleven per cent of single-family homes were considered dilapidated. In rather sharp contrast, the city's own economic condition was considered good. It has no outstanding bond Issues and, based on last year's assess ments, it could legally float is' sues up to $7,858,000. Red China Protests India's Violations' -FINAL!. TTJEEEt- SALE ENDS SATURDAY JULY 1 8 CLEARANCE MEN'S SHOES Fltit lm Quatlttt NcmMush ANKLR.PAtHIONIB SHOI $179.0 It AND UP Buy two pairs at these savings! Not every style on sale but the selection of styles at sale prices is broad enough to give you excellent choices. BankAmericmd. 3 Sizes over 12 slightly higher BankAmericards Honored Peters Bros. Invites Your Charge Account OPEN MONDAY AND FRIDAY NITES TIL 9 .Petteirs B&rD)&, MEN'S SHOES Over 50 Years in Oakland 1439 BROADWAY OAKLAND PHONE GL 1-6558 TOKYO (UPI) - Communist China, alrady embroiled in other parts of southeast Asia, Saturday began rattling the saber along the Indian border where India and Red China fought a border war two years ago. The Communist New China News Agency accused India of violating the Chinese border 49 times since January, 23 times by land and 26 times by air. It demanded an immediate, halt but made no threats. The agency said the protest was delivered to the Indian embassy in Peking last Tuesday. "China lodged a strong protest with the Indian government against continuous serious Indian intrusions into China's territory and air space in the first half of this year and urged the In dian side to put an immediate stop to such unlawful intrusions," the agency said. It did not say whether Peking planned or had taken any re taliatory measures. "The Sino-Indian border sit uation has long since eased as a result of the cease-fire, with drawal and other measures effected by China on its own ini tiative," the agency said. "It is to be regretted that the Indian government, while refus ing to take any corresponding measures to ease the situation and trying to renew tension of the border, has in its replies to the Chinese notes of protest claimed many places intruded by the Indian side to be within India and slanderously countercharged with occupying Indian territory." The agency said Indian troops "crossed the China-Sikkim border, - remained entrenched in Chinese territory and moved around." It said there were 26 Indian air intrusions over Sin-kiang and Tibet, and over the Sino-Sikkim and Sino-Bhutan borders. 'Some Indian aircraft even came over such important cities and towns in Tibet as Lhasam Damshune, Shigatse, Lhatse, Ru-dok, Czong and Shanho for prolonged harassment and reconnaissance, penetrating' as deep as over 138 miles," the agency said. Peking said the alleged violations demonstrate that India "has not yet given up its expansionist ambition toward Chinese territory but persists in refusing to settle the Sino-Indian boundary question through peaceful negotiations." Don't Write 'Frisco The official fact sheet for the Republican national convention contains this note to news writers: "The term 'Frisco' is bitr terly resented by natives of the city." CHOti'S VISIT TO RANGOON UNEXPECTED . RANGOON, Burma (UPI) -The unexpected visit of Com-, munist Chinese Premier Chou En-lai to this neutral Asian nation was cloaked in secrecy Sat-, urday. Officials refused to disclose any details of Chou's tour with 14 other Chinese. All questions, brought the answer, "their vis-' it is purely a private one." Chou's unannounced arrival, from Peking stirred speculation that he is trying to counter - baW ance the visit a week ago of Soviet First Deputy Premier; Anastas Mikoyan. It is Chou's second visit to Burma in five; months. Jet Pilot Jettisons Explosive Cargo - WICHITA FALLS, Tex. iff) -An F100 jet fighter plane blew a tire on take off Saturday and the pilot jettisoned his cargo of rockets and bombs. None of the ammunition detonated and the pilot brought the plane to a stop safely. DYEING a SOITS. DRESSES. BVERCIMTS. DRAPES, IU6S Wil SAMPLES . Dry Cleaning at Lowest Prices 2-Hour Service City of Paris Cleaners & Dyers S51I Mtllit St., Oik. 01 5-5252 lit M yurt pei Satwtay nCK'S makes 2 Important Purchases ?Iwuw-J'pAc..oN ff CQ7o TI.CSLV f & T It i a fViair Table na I lf.1P0QTAN EWCIIASE 2 j . 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