Tulare Advance-Register from Tulare, California on July 15, 1989 · 12
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Tulare Advance-Register from Tulare, California · 12

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r w s f f I 12 - ADVANCE-REGISTER, Saturday, July 15, 1989 t tf- r c ,. , v e-i v Daybook Weather TULARE Temperatures Today 58 low (Last year 65 (Friday 98 high (Last year 95) Rainfall To 8 a m , none Season total to date none Last season total to date none VISALIA Temperatures Today 61 low at the air-port, 63 downtown (Last year airport 66) Friday 98 high at the airport, 92 downtown (Last year airport 94 ) Rainfall To 8 a m , none Season total to date none Last season total to date none AREA FORECAST Extended Outlook In Central California the forecast for Saturday through Tuesday is for fair skies except night and morning coastal fog and low clouds Coastal highs will be m the 60s to mid-70s with lows in the mid-40s to mid-50s Coastal valley highs will be m the mid-70s to low 90s, with lows in the mid-40s to mid-50s Interior valley highs will be 90 to 104, with lows in the 60s Mountain resort highs will be in the 80s to low 90s with lows m the 40s and 50s San Joaquin Valley Clear tonight with lows in the upper 50s and 60s Westerly winds to 20 mph in the delta with northwesterly winds to 15 mph elsewhere It will be sunny Sunday with highs in the upper 80s to 102 San Francisco Bay area Coastal low clouds and paichy fog tonight spreading locally inland Lows in the upper 40s and 50s Westerly evening winds 15 to 30 mph decreasing during the rnght Morning low clouds and fog along the coast and locally inland Sunday otherwise sunny Highs from the 60s near the ocean to about 90 well inland Central Coast Low clouds and fog spreading over the area ton.ght Lows in the 50s Northwesterly coastal winds 15 to 30 mph with lighter winds inland Mostly sunny Sunday after morning low clouds and fog Highs in the 60s and 70s Sacramento Valley Clear tonight with lows 55 to 65 Southwesterly winds to 25 mph in tne delta with lighter winds elsewhere It will be Sunny Sunday with highs in the 80s and 90s Northern Sierra Nevada Fair tonight and Sunday Southern Sierra Nevada Fair tonight and Sunday Los Angeles Fog and low clouds near the coast late tonight through midmorning Sunday Otherwise fair tonight and Sunday Lows tonight in the mid-60s V Vital statistics DIVORCES ASKED GROSS - Bonne V Gxss -cm Robert J Cross July 14 CLARK - Craig M Cia'k 'mm Sneia K Clark July 14 DIVORCES GRANTED BROUGHTON Ma'yanne B ougnton from Robert J Broughton Oct 27 BOCANEGRA Vivian I Bocanegra from Vivian M Bocanegra July 14 CHERRY Lisa Cherry from Darren Cherry Nov 28 JOHNSON Carol A Johnson from Casey L Johnson July 14 TRUJILLO Diane Trujillo from Anthony Trujillo Sept 11 MARLIN - Richard L Marlin from Pamela D Marlin Sept 7 DAVIS Trudy R Davis from Michael A Davis Aug 1 FRElER - Bertha L Freier from M'chael Freier Oct 27 TATE - Mary E Tate from Hurschell C Tate Oct 27 MARRIAGE LICENSES WICKMAN-GANDY - Robert C Wickman 63 and Gayle M Gandy 53 both of Visalia, July 14 CHADWELL-SCOTT - Je'frey M Chadwell 25 Eagle Colo, ana Susan E Scott 17 Visaka July 14 MAGAN-LAPADULA - Wellesey S Magan 46 and Betty S Lapaduia 45 both of V saiia July 14 Calendar TODAY Musical-sermonette night 7pm St John s Baptist Church. 701 So T St Tulare Visalia Senior Citizens Center dance 7 pm 310 No Locust Si Visalia SI 50 Alcoholics Anonymous 8pm 559 E BardsleyAve Tulare Baha i fireside meeting 8pm P O Box 4542 Visal.a Location and information 625-5660 SUNDAY St. Aloysius Guadalupe 2pm St Aloysius school cafeteria 627 Beatoce Drive. Tulare Tulare Historical Society 2pm Centennial Room Tulare Public Library 113 No F St , Tulare Public welcome (No meetings June through August) Alcoholics Anonymous, 7pm 559 E BardsleyAve Tulare Marshall honored as Tulares top officer By Bruce Whitworth Advance-Ftegister Veteran Tulare police Officer Alice Marshall was recently voted Officer of the Year by the members of the Tulare Police Department. Marshall, who will retire in August after 32 years with the department, is assigned to the services division. As a sworn officer, Marshall has worked in several divisions with the Police Department. I thought it was a great honor, Marshall said. Youre voted on by all the members of the department." Marshall said she was surprised at the honor, but she said she couldnt think of a better way to end a 32-year career. Tulare Police Chief Roger Hill said Marshall has been a positive force with the department. Her 32 years of service have been untarnished, Hill said. She has always been a good role model for all of us. Marshall started with the department in 1957 after graduating from College of the Sequoias with an associate of arts degree. Hill said at that time, all employees of the Tulare Police Department had to meet the requirements of Police Officers Service Training. Marshall began her career as a dispatcher and quickly moved into the position of administrative assistant to the chief of police. From there, she was assigned to the investigations unit in the mid-1970s A-R photo Alice Marshall . . . Officer of the Year and acted as the school resource officer. She worked the streets as a juvenile investigator for four years before being trained on the department's computer system. She became our computer expert, Hill said. Now Marshall is responsible for data processing, crime analysis and statistics, a position she has held for six years. Nobody will be able to replace her, Hill said. Shes an inspiration to us all. The Advance-Register Congratulates THE DIET CENTER Ribbon cutting ceremonies were held recently to celebrate the new expanded location of Diet Center in Tulare. Well wishers were treated to special low calorie Legal hors doeuvres, as well as complimentary Body Fat Analysis. Pictured left to right are: Diane Revheim, Miss Tulare Diana Cox, Bobbi Lane, Diet Center, Cal Ewing, Chamber of Commerce and other well wishers. Diet Center is located at 456 E. Cross, Tulare. Diet Center is open at 7:15-12:15, 2-5:30 Monday-Friday and evenings by appointment. CLAStfilD tZl 170! mc;:iro rxrJFa yc-jtc:w Cad II Now At 600-0521 MONDAY Agency on Aging 9am, board room administration bilding county civic center Visalia Pixley senior citizens activity program iiam and 1 30 p m . meals program noon (reservations to be made by 12 30 the previous day) Pixley Women's Club, corner oiPa'k and Pme streets Pixley Older Americans nutrition (meals) pro-g'am 1 1 30 am activity program 1 p m Senior Citizens Center. Woman s Clubhouse 88 W Tulare Ave . Tulare and Community Center 830 So Biackstone St, Tulare SPRSI 2pm, TDES hall, 515 No I St . Tulare Information 686-1342 Tulare Garden Club time and location Pat Blevins 686-6861 TOPS (Take Off Pounds Sensibly), 6 30 p m First Church of God day care room, 833 No Biackstone St , Tulare Everyone welcome Tulare Aviation Commission 6 30 pm. Neisen s Restaurant. 137 So M St .Tulare Tough Love Parent Support Group. Information Bill or Merlene 732-0268, Mike, 733-3297 or Amos at Turning Point, 627-1385 Visalia ADAPT (Aid in Divorce Adjustment Problems ot Today). 7 pm Information Judy 733-3250 Marilyn, 686-9051, or Monroe 734-5282 Recovery Inc., a self-help mental health support group for those with emotional problems fears or nervous symptoms. 7 to 9 p m Room 1 1 education wing. Visalia Method st Church. Main Street and Giddmgs Avenue Visalia Information 733-3549 Parents Anonymous 7 pm. Si Ritas ctiurch hail 954 So O St. Tulare Narcotics Anonymous 7pm, Tulare Umon High School cafeteria (behind the gymj 755 E Tulare Ave . Tulare Hot line 686-7383 Tulare City Planning Commission. 7 p m . Civic Affairs Building. 125 So M St , Tulare Boy Scouts of America Troop 251, 7 30 p m , First United Methodist Church, 228 W Kern Ave .Tulare Charter Oak A's Tulare County chapter of Model A Ford Club of America. 7 30 pm. Valley Federal Savings, 3215 W Mineral King Ave. Visalia Alcoholics Anonymous, 8 pm. St. John s Episcopal Church, Prosperity Avenue and Laspma Street. Tulare AMVETS 8 pm. Veterans Memorial Building. 1771 E Tulare Ave .Tulare St. Rita's Men's Club. 8pm, church hall, 954 So OSl .Tulare If your club, association or church group is not listed in the calendar, we invite you to bring the information regarding the meeting time and place, and any other pertinent details to the A-R office. Please be sure to include a name and phone number. If your organization already is listed, please doublecheck the information and, if you have any changes, call Mary-Jane Carico at 688-0521 from noon to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. SALE ENDS SUNDAY JULY 16th 4 P.M. EXAMPLES ORIG. 36.00 MARKDOWN 24.00 YOU PAY 1 2 ORIG. 16.00 MARKDOWN 11.99 YOU PAY 6 ORIG. 24.00 MARKDOWN 8.99 YOU PAY 4 ImJCPenney TULARE 68M541 J TULARE 6868541 nDtiticT UUNf 1-800-222-6161 77 FURNITURE BUYER'S CLUB CrossRoads I NO DOWN PAYMENTS NO PAYMENTS.'., NO INTEREST UNTIL' SPECIAL PURCHASE I OAK TRIM SOFA AND LOVESEAT t 'A. - Great for the family room or living room. Beautiful texture cover for long wear. Rich oak wood accents. Lifetime warranty on frame and springs. Now for both pieces IsEL When opening a CrossRoads revolving charge account. Minimum 1500.00 furniture purchase, on approved credit. 250 South K Street Tulare, CA 93274 (209) 688-2981 rillNirillE BUYER'S CLUB V 'i i Mon.Fri. 10 a.m. 7 p.m. CrossRoads ir - Sunday 1 1 a.m. 5 p.m. u f 1

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