Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on June 19, 1963 · 16
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 16

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' y r t- V t V" t0' 16 E (DaklAnbaigrlbunt Wed.; June 19,1963 Berkeley Trustees QK Salary Hike BERKELEY A 4 per cent across-the-board salary increase for all school teachers and em ployes was approved by the Board of Education Tuesday night. Cost of the raises amounts to $310,000 which was previously earmarked by the board and Included in the $10,327,905 tenta-five budget. Berkeley High School Prin cipal Emery J. Curtice, speak ing in behalf of a newly formed "Berkeley Administrators, Su pervisors and Special Employe Group," requested the 4 per cent increase. He told the board the increase 'Auditorium Site7 Sold in San Leandro SAN LEANDRO The board of education Tuesday night sold a surplus two-acre parcel of land across the street from San Leandro High School on Ban croft Ave. to a lone bidder for $160,000. -The'sale to buyer James L. Pierron of San Leandro, how ever, is contingent upon the land . being rezoned by th'e city for higher density construction. If the sale is completed it means an end to a proposal by a community group for the use . of the site for a civic audito-' rium. The city never moved to buy the land for that purpose. In other business the board: Agreed to reconsider salaries of non-teaching employes after July 1 on the condition that any raise would be limited to 3 per cent. The district does not know how much it will have in its budget until pending financial aid legislation passes at Sacramento. Directed the superintendent to enter an inter-district agreement with Oakland for the 1963-64 acceptance of pupils from Sheffield Village school, which Oakland is closing. Oakland has approved the withdrawal of the village area from tht Oakland Unified School District and joining up with San Leandro, but this will not take place until July, 1964. was necessary to maintain the ratio between administrator and teacher salaries. A joint committee-of the Berkeley Teachers Association and Berkeley Federation of Teachers also asked for the 4 per cent raise but didn't include classified personnel in its request. The Berkeley Teachers Association had originally asked for a 12 per cent increase In teacher's salaries. In other action, the board approved site utilization plans for construction programs at Wil-lard and Burbank Junior High Schools. The board announced that its July 2 meeting would begin at 4 p.m. instead of 7:45 p.m. to handled heavy load of business. In addition to wrapping up business for, this school year, the board also will elect a new slate of officers for the 1963-64 school year. More Buses In Berkeley Hills Urged BERKELEY - Improved bus service is in the offing for residents of the Berkeley Hills. : AC Transit's projects development committee Tuesday approved a plan which would result in extension of service along Grizzly Peak Blvd. The proposed changes will be considered by the district's directors on June 26. Route of the 75 line would be extended south on Grizzly Peak and would include a loop via Senior Ave., Avenida Drive and Campus Drive back to Grizzly Peak. - Saturday service also would be provided hill area residents for the first time. The proposal also would result in a. general speedup of buses along Arlington Ave. and Grove Street. 1 City Asks Transit Route Shift Asst. City Manager John A. Morin today called for a change in the proposed rapid transit route on lower Broadway to avoid wiping out a major downtown store. In a letter to John M. Pelrce, general manager of the Bay Area Rapid Transit -. District, Morin noted that transit ' en gineers were proceeding tojirm up an alignment that threatens the Simon Hardware store. In the past two years, Morin said, the firm has spent nearly $500,000 for modernization and construction of a multi-storied parking garage. CITES TAX LOSS "Removal of this facility would cause a tax loss of approximately $100,000 a year and would inconvenience the citizens of the community " Morin de clared. He asked Peirce to instruct district engineers "to develop and evaluate alternatives designed to retain this facility." Morin served notice that tran sit routing plans in other sections of the. city also would re quire study. - - - - COLISEUM LINK Amnntf thpse is fhp nlan fnr a station at San Leandro Rlvd. and 73rd Ave. in East Oakland. Serious study should be given to moving this station to provide direct service to the Oakland- Alameda County Coliseum, he said. . Morin commented that the general alignment and location of transit facilities had been approved in principle by the city council. "But the city is most in terested in refinements that may be made to improve serv ice and lessen the impact on the community," he said. He notified Peirce that City Engineer James McCarty had been named to head a technical committee, including repre sentatives of planning, elec trical, traffic, and police departments, to work with district engineers on these and other necessary alterations in pre cise routes. Australian Red Resig MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) Veteran- Communist Patrick Malone quit the party today after 22 years because of its Moscow-line policies. . ns From Party V His resignation aroused speculation that Australia soon may have two Communist parties one supporting Moscow, the other Peking. SURE-FIT SALE! SPECIAL FACTORY PURCHASE OF. LUXURY AUTO SEAT COVERS! A-one-time-on!y special order from the world's largest manufacturer , shipped exclusively to the Oakland and San Leandro Sure-Fit stores. For a limited time only, Sure-Fit offers you a $10.07 saving on these luxurious woven plastic full leatherette covers. They're also capped with channeling. Choose from blues, greens, browns, charcoaf and red. Offer will not be repeated. Full price installed, both front and rear, is $19.83. Fits most cars, most compacts too! MA jS, SAVE $10.07 fkmm in BIDES, CREEKS, CHARCOAL ' FULL SET J II MOST 1 CARS AND l 7 MOST : !t t yOMPACTS - ALL MAJOR CREDIT CARDS HONORED Open 9 to 9 Friday 9 to 6 ethtr diyi. Got 4 Suntfty, OAKLAND SAN LEANDRO 2623 SAN PABLO 13522 E.. 14th Sf. (27A i Un PiMo) (Cor. 138th Art. 1 I. 14th SJ TEmplebar 2-4465 ELgln 7-4355 McCall Casts Lone 'No' oh Nazro Job ALAMEDA-Vice Mayor William McCall Tuesday night voted against the reappointment , of City Planning Board President John Nazro. It was the only "no1 vote cast as the council approved 10 appointments. McCall declared later that Nazro had been "very inconsistent." He added, "I do not appreciate his cryptic remarks' Earlier in the evening, McCall cast another lone "no" vote as the council decided to exercise an option to buy almost an acre of property on the South Shore for $1,982. Charles T. Travers, manager of Utah's South Shore land office, had asked the council either to find a public use for the property or turn it back to Utah. His company, said Travers, had already paid $3,134 in taxes on the propetry during the past eight years. Over Travers' and McCall's objections, the council bought' the site, despite the fact that no specific public use has yet: been found for it. The company offered the site at the $1982 figure originally for use as a fire house site. The property Is assessed at $11,850. Other appointments Tuesday night Included Frank Weeden, described by Fortune Magazine less than two years ago as "one of the 10 most influential men of Wall St." Weeden, who heads the San Francisco stock and bond firm of Weeden Co., was appointed to the Board of Education, to replace retiring member Dr. Donald D. Lum. Appointed to the Library Board were retired school teacher Grace S. Powers and Don Bruz-zone, Standard Oil statistician and member of the Alameda Junior Chamber of Commerce. Melvin Sanderson, a milk company sales manager, was appointed to the City Planning Board to replace Milton Soma, who asked not to be reappointed. Other than Nazro, reappointees included Herman J. Kihn, City Planning Board; Gustave Levy, Civil Service Board; Mrs. Rudolph Steinmentz, Social Service Board; Welles Whitmore Jr., Social Service Board; and Frank ; McCIintock, Public Utilities! Board. I 3, Arrested In Ice Cream Theft Probe An Illegal Ice cream operation has melted away with arrest of a dairy driver on a charge of grand theft and two other men for receiving stolen property, authorities in Martinez and Emeryville said today. ' Contra Costa Sheriff's Sgt. Clifford Clark said Rex R. Ide, 50, a Danville drive-in movie operator, is accused of receiving $750 to $1,000 worth of stolen ice cream over a two-year period. Emeryville police had arrested Jack G. Sprinkle, 33, of Modesto, a driver for Berkeley Farms, for selling stolen Ice cream to Earl Edwards, 40, of 5514 Genoa St., Oakland. Sprinkle admitted leaving 15 three-gallon containers of ice cream for Ide every Thursday. Ide claims he thought he was dealing -legitimately with the dairy, according to Clark. Sprinkle told police Edwards paid hirru about $1,500 for ice cream in a year and a half. Emeryville police said they followed Sprinkle's truck on advice from the dairy and saw him unload ice cream cans at 61st and Doyle Streets. Edwards SUMMER CLASS TO BEGIN FOR 400 JUVENILES HAYWARD Summer school programs for about 400 wards of the Alameda County Juvenile Court will get under way at Juvenile Hall, Las Vistas Girls1 Home, Snedigar Cottage, aCha-bot Ranch and the reception center next week. 7 Generally like those offered during the regular school year, the classes are planned and conducted jointly by . the county schools and county probation offices. The teachers are regular classroom instructors from local school districts. in another truck, stopped and loaded the cans. Ide, of 155 Alvarado Ave., Danville, is free on $3,150 bond. Edwards, a self-employed ice cream distributor, will be arraigned Tuesday (Sprinkle will be arraigned Thursday.) Failure Cause WASHINGTON, - Material failures are responsible for only 12.4 per cent of the fatal airplane accidents in the .United States.- Double Work For Women . Public school administrators In San Francisco and officials of the Building Maintenance Union were at odds today over whether'; women janitors have been given an unfair work load. The" union, through business representative John Jeffrey, said school officials have proposed that the janitors double ' as waitreses in teachers' lunch ; rooms in 120 elementary schools. No such proposal has been-made, said Wilbert G. Vestny, an assistant Superintendent ' of r schools, but added that many janitors volunteer for waitress duty. 'They're not ordered to, Jef-' fcry countered, "but they had' better do it if they want to get along with their principals." - The union called a meeting of ' its membership to discuss the -matter, . 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