Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on July 5, 1959 · Page 5
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Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California · Page 5

Santa Cruz, California
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Sunday, July 5, 1959
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'I V Tidewater Plans New Station An enlarged but substantially modified service station facility is planned by Tidewater oil company at the northeast corner of the intersection of Ocean and Water streets, it was announced Friday. Demolition of three existing buildings on the site is expected to begin shortly, according to John Johnson, property owner. He said Tidewater officials want to start construction of the new station in early September. A city building permit covering both phases ot the $30,000 conversion was issued Friday. The proposed 1550 square foot, steel service station building will be patterned after the new structure at the intersection of Front street and Soquel avenue, only larger, according to Edmund C. Kayser, Tidewater distributor here. "It will be the greatest thing we've built yet," he added. The station, only structure on the proposed plans, will include two lubrication racks and an auto washing room. Two numo blocks will be oriented to both Water and Ocean streets. A concrete retain ing wall also is planned for a park' ing lot behind the station. Razing of an existing auto service shop and a used car lot show room are expected to get under way in the near future, according 10 Jonnson. The present Dellamonica's Fly- ing A service station probably will be removed last, he said, so that it may take advantage of the season al peak. Son Of Berkeley Assemblyman Is Drowned In Pool Berkeley (JP), Randolph L. Rumford, 23, son of Assemblyman W. Byron Rumford (D-Ber-keley) drowned during a moonlight swim in Lake Temescal early yesterday. ' The body was recovered by a volunteer diver near the swimming float in water about 14 feet deep. 1 Assemblyman Rumford and another son, Berkeley police officer William Byron Rumford., were present when the body was brought ashore. i Young Rumford, who only last week learned to dive after returning from army service, had gone swimming with John'H. Patton, 22. The lake is closed to the public at 6 p.m. and night swimming is prohibited. Patton said Rumford suffered a cramp, struggled briefly and sank. New Army Chief Combines Savvy With Conviction Cen. Lyman L. Lemnitzer, Army Chief of Staff as of July 1. brings the combat experience of if win 4a a tiatif aAIaa Din f tures here show highlights of the general's miltary career, which includes staff officer's duties as well as front line command. Lemnitzer graduated from West Point in 1920 and advanced through the grades to .full general (1955). He has seen service with some of the great-' est military minds of the modern era, both U.S. and British. He holds the Distinguished Service Medal, along with numerous foreign honors.' Lemnitzer, 69, is a great exponent, of the small, well - equipped, well-trained army of technical experts, ready to move at moment's notice to put out "brush-fire" wars. He succeeds Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, retiring from the chief of staff post u Y & y r nrto ft ' A v m llrrfn1-. .-iiffiiTt'tni'fi'ii iiiftniiii'fiiiiimiiwifimi i .ScJ niihi sA, - - -- . Lemnitzer, a brigadier general, studies map in Western Task Force H.Q. in. Gibraltar before invasion of Africa in 1942; Conference en route to Anzio, Italy, beachhead in 'January, 1944: It. Gen. Mark Clark. Lemnitzer. Sir Harold AUvhuIm h3r 7 4 ;i4r.-i;rt ,i tiBMiww Twtt inimmininrTiniTT-ir""r,TTr"""r'r -it r r Mrf, ? V. A i j , it A $ w 'r 'i. ill i j'.j.' ' ;. ...1. ' l i ' 1 li VTI1, 4-j?- v. 4.M 1 ii Hi A i Winston Churchill, arriving at Allied H.Q. in Italy, is met by Lemnitzer, then a major general and deputy chief of staff. Alexander, C-in-C of Allies in Italy, tours the front lines with British Gen. Kirkmon and Lemnitzer late in the campaign. Lemnitzer learns "limited" war as division leader in Korea. "NO MAN CAN FEEL HIMSELF ALONE" '(Author' Narpt Below) When you or your loved ones are sick, it is unwise to your troubles and attempt attempt to be alone with self-treatment. There is a friend whose whole life is dedicated to the treatment and cure of the, sick Your Physician. The beginning of any illness is the opportune time for. treatment. Delay can be dangerous . Home remedies that may only temporarily relieve distress often give a simple ailment time to become serious. Only a physician is competent to diagnose the true cause of sickness and prescribe the proper medication. . , YOUR PHYSICIAN CAN PHONE GA 36262 WHEN YOU NEED A MEDICINE Pick up your prescription if shopping near us, or let us deliver promptly without extra charge. A great many people entrust us with the responsibility of filling their prescriptions May we compound yours? MELVIN'S DpMG STORE 1415 Pacific Ave. PRESCRIPTION CHEMISTS Quotation by Nixon Waterman (185W944) Copyright 1959 (6W4) Girl Scouts Learn Nature's First Law Colorado Springs, Colo. VP) A Colorado gopher greeted some Northern California Girl Scouts Friday by eating holes in a pair of pants and chewing off the top of a canvas shoe. The girls, encamped in the shadow of Pikes Peak for the international senior Girl Scout roundup, spied the little spoiler and for a few minutes discussed moral attitudes regarding the destruction of wild life. Survival, the majority opinion conceded, surmounts even kindness to animalsnormally part of the scout discipline. "It's us or them (the gophers)", Sharon Potts, 17, of Paradise, Calif., said for, the group. The pants and shoe belonged to her. So Marsha Birch, 15, a patrol leader from Woodland, Calif., popped the gopher on the head with a pick ax. "Don't say she killed him," the girls begged. "He just went into his hole looking dazed." Five In Family Die As Car Goes Into Isere River Albertville, France UFi Five members of one family were killed Saturday when their small French car plunged iato a river. The car started to pass a truck, skidded, struck a cyclist, careened into a wagon and then plunged into the Isere river. At the wheel was industrial worker, Marie-Emile Laissus, 36, who died along with his wife, two children and his grandmother. The cyclist was injured, as were two passengers in the wagon. The horse was killed. Real Estate Busy m llfftl'limtWitt 1l rfri I 'ill I .....g:....rti.a Real estate activity in the Empire Grade-Bonny Doon area is steadily increasing, according to Mrs. Laura I auer, manager of the M. C. Hall and Sons office on Empire Grade. She said that sales are being made to out-of-state as well as local buyers. MAN IS KILLED Oakland (VP). Charles E. Bal- lew, 38, became Oakland's first holiday fatality early yesterday when he was struck by a car on Highway 50 at 168th avenue. The driver, Carl E. Johnson, 21, Oakland, was not cited. County Seeks To Fill Senior Appraiser Post The county personnel department is accepting applications for the position of senior appraiser until July 19. The duties of the post, which carries a salary range of $455- $553 per month, include reviewing and coordinating field work and reports on appraisal of lands and buildings; developing standards and advising lower level appraisers; making inspections and valuations of commercial and industrial properties and large farms. Personnel Director John Toombs reported that applicants must pass both parts of an examination in which the written test counts 60 per cent and oral interview 40 per cent. Permanent county employes who attain a final score at least 15 per cent above the required minimum will be given preference for appointment. INDIAN MEN SHAVE HEADS TO CUT S.A. Bombay, India Ml The young men of the Eharwad Shepherd community in Dhrangadhra have begun a campaign to cut down their sex appeal. Reports reaching here said they decided bald heads might be the answer. About 500 were said to have immediately shaved their heads. The reports didn't say why the young men wanted to reduce their sex appeal. CAR IS ROBBED A culprit removed $50 from his wallet, leaving other valuables un touched. Army Private William Gray, stationed at Fort Ord, told police olhccrs at b 20 o clock Friday night. The soldier ex plained that his car was parked on Pacific avenue, near Beach street. While he was at the beach. someone opened the car door and rifled through his clothes, according to the report. Registration For Junior Museum Is Set Tomorrow Registration for the Santa Cruz Junior niuueum summer sessions will be tomorrow at 9 a.m. in the high school auditorium. Sessions will cet under way July 13 at the high school in mar ine biology, butterflys and other insects, fossils, birds, art. reptiles and amphibians. A tee of $j per student will be charged to help meet expenses of me newiy iormea orRanizaiion. Junior Museum Director Bob Koelling said that students who register will be given specific In structions regarding their sub jects. CHINESE PONDER SHARK LEATHER INDUSTRY Taipei. Formosa (to A Chi nese firm in Soulh Formosa is studying the possibility ot devel oping a shark leather industry. U.S. help has necn asked. Formosa now imports most of its leather. Santa (Tmz Smtiittl 3 Sunday, July 5, 1959 Romeo Is Minus Fun; Finds Juliet Is Holding Gun Orange, France im Andr Guerrero discovered playing Romeo is no fun when Juliet has a shotgun. Police reported Guerrero, do. cided to climb up to Lucienne An-astasio'i window to patch up a quarrel, but she hit him on the head with a shotgun, then fired at him as he fled. Doctors plucked the pellets out of Romeo's shoulder; police arrested Juliet. GNNAMOND FLOOR Co. INSTALLATION ALTERATIONS OLD FLOORS REFINISHED FRLE ESTIMATES EST. 1909 Work Guaranteed 6o. WiMinan, Mgr. - 01 4-3381 Mit ttl t.Ull.1.11 4.4.1 t-U-. .4. ound Advlca m 1 v......r.ri Never use drugs left over from a serious illness for self-treatment of a similar ailment. You see, modern drugs are highly potent that's why we dispense them only when your physician prescribes. If you dose yourself with leftovers, you may do serious damage. It's a good idea to pour the remains of old prescription down the drain and destroy the bottles. WALTER'S PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY Claud G Humphrey Profeiilonal Pharmacists 536 Soquel Ave., Santa Crui-GA 3-3434 OPPOSITE SANTA CRUZ HOSPITAL v- '1 HEN GETS OUT OF HEAT TO LAY EGGS Hartshorne, Okla. (JP). Automobile dealer Dan Volture says he has a stray hen that clucks until he lets her inside his air-conditioned office. Then she marches to a wastepaper basket under his desk to deposit an egg. Before hot weather set in. she laid her eggs in seats of old cars. ifti)liik)LA Board To Hear Unlicensed Homes Report A report on the number of welfare patients if any living in unlicensed boarding homes will be turned in to the board of supervisors at its meeting tomorrow morning in the courthouse annex. Supervisor Hulda McLean, carrying out the board's policy of keeping a close check on boarding homes to maintain high standards, requested Welfare Director Helen Clemensen to turn in the report. The law prohibits the county paying welfare patients who re side . in unlicensed boarding homes. WELCOME NEWCOMERS Call us for the Key to tho City. We cover Santa Cruz Area from &tos to Boulder Creek. PHONE CA 3-537 Lllil S, 1 1 1-... N-Sf Mmanii liiiasai u i r ft iii . .v...-.-a.3 aHaawHWhaBMHiaaMijiMU HE MADE EM SWEAT Director William Wyler, right, Charlton Heston, lelt, and Stephen Boyd, center, are shown on-set in filming of "Ben Hurw in Italy. Wyler really made him sweat through take-after-take to attain perfection, saya Heston of his "tough" director. REAL ESTATE CLASS L MOOTER EY Every Tuesday at 8:00 p.m. STARTS JULY 7, 1959 MOOTEREY CIVIC CLLR 540 Call Principal for lnvstmt-MicJ.d Preparty Owimi tfii TheM Preparing for th Naw Slat Examinatiant mi urn ,w ..'' nmy-ww m m 1 2 SPECIALIZiHG III LARGE SIZES AND HALF SIZES 1535 PACIFIC AVE., SANTA CRUZ m ENTIRE SUiiER STOCK OF SACRIFICE PRICES! DRESSES SMART WOMEN'S APPAREL AT GALORE, SIZES 12 TO 52 AND 121 TO 321! DUE TO DRASTIC REDUCTIONS: ALL SALES FINAL! NO CHARGES! NO EXCHANGES! NO REFUNDS! I HfOMAN'S APPAREL AT FANTASTIC SAVINGS l l ami-, n jor a EniiRt juiiimm jivwv rlMIML' DMVJJ U SLIPS JEWELRY O FAILLE DUSTERS 0 PLAY SUITS O DRESSES O COATS O SHORTY COATS O J REDUCTIONS to OFF! SAVE 25 TO 50 fr1 THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF LARGE SIZE DRESSES IN THE COUNTY! FAMOUS MAKES - NATIONALLY ADVERTISED BRANDS ! 4

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