Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on August 6, 1947 · Page 5
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Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California · Page 5

Santa Cruz, California
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Wednesday, August 6, 1947
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U.S. 101 Th8 Redwood Highway WINDS IHRQUSH A LAND OF ENCHANTED FORESTS From San Francisco, U.S. 101 leads north through the Redwood Empire to the Oregon border. As you travel this road, Bank of America travels with you; for 61 cf its branches serve this region. See this country this year, and let Bank of America serve you as you go. Ail California Highways lead to IBank of NATIONAL Icings ASSOCIATIONS- KEM8EI? FECERAL CEPCSiT INSURANCE CORPORATlOlt WEMBE FEDERAL SE5EBVJ SVSTE Self-Service Laundry 103 Grant St Phone 4285 -J 75c Per Hr. Maytag Washers Soft Water WE DO WET WASH Men's Shirts Washed & Hand Ironed Open From 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. rati 13 SOPActmzAve. SaktaCRuz.Ouk -1 BOB EVERS Let Bob Evers Deliver Your Sand, Gravel, Top-Soil, Granite Compost and Dirt Fill ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED 43rd Ave. Phone 4418-M Special Summer Prices on all Permanent Waves MODERN BEAUTY SHOP 131 Perton Phone 1697-W Between Mission ana Jving sis. If You Want MODERN RADIO REPAIR W. Graham For courteous, affi rm. cient, guaranteed v i service. 335 FRONT ST. PH. 4046 Bicycle Repairs. Rentals, Parrs New & Used Bicycles & Motor Scooters Open Every Day for our Convenience JUG'S CYCLE SERVICE 421 Pacific Phone 865-R Ph.i593-M Studio EL?4J The only place in Santa Crux you ? can wash AND dry your own ( clothes. f Open every day except Sunday 7 J a.m. to 6 p.m.; on Tues. & Fri. 7-7. Mavtag Washing Machines. 75c; S Dryers 50c per 1a hour. ( Complete Venetian Blind & Win&ow Shade Service! Distributors for "MELL&-LITE" and "AMBASSADOR." VENETIAN BULNDS Don't Hesitate to Pkone For A Free Estimat J. W. HUIiEN & SM JO OCEAN ST. Window Shades Made to Measure f Tom factory to iou Sign Bill For Pacific Fish Explorations Washington, Aug. 5 U.R) President Truman today signed legislation authorizing a broad program of exploration of fishing resources in Pacific island possessions. The explorations will be conducted by two experimental fishing vessels and one multi-purpose fishing and oceanographical ship. They will be under the direction of the fish and wild life service. In addition, the service is authorized to construct a research laboratory and experiment station in the Hawaiian islands. A bill extending the boundaries of Modoc national forest, in California, to take in adjoining lands. A bill authorizing the secretary of interior to issue a patent in fee to the Laguna band of Mission Indians of California to certain lands in their reservation. In all, Mr. Truman signed 22 measures, leaving 43 still to be acted on. His actions today brought to 144 the number of measures he has signed since congress adjourned. He has killed seven by pocket veto. Increase In Public Utility Assessments Fresno, Cal., Aug. 5 (U.R) State board of equalization figures revealed today the 1947 assessed valuation of public utility properties in six San Joaquin valley counties is tentatively figured at $181,143,-830, which is an increase of $15,-282,300 or 9.2 per cent over last year's total. The increases by county were: Fresno county, up 7.01 per cent to $83,092,380; Kern county, up 10.6 per cent to $45,123,400; Madera county, up 10.31 per cent to $7,405,300; Merced county up 12.68 per cent to Sll.163.200; Kings qpunty, up 12.68 per cent to $8.-59,lo0, and Tulare county, up 11.9 per cent to $25,046,850. Gets Seven Days On Charge Of Drunken Driving Leonard M. Willingham, 27, of 515 River street, was sentenced to seven days in the county jail Tuesday in police court by Police Judge James J. Scoppettone. Willingham pleaded guilty to a charge of driving while under the influence of intoxicating liquor. He was arrested on High street, police said. Seek Csnse f Winery SSIaze Napa, Cal., Aug. 5 (U.R) Authorities today sought to discover the origin of a fire that swept away a section of the famous Beaulieu Winery at Rutherford, 15 miles north of Napa - yesterday. Damage was estimated at $100,000. KILLED IN PLANE CRASH Bronson Field, Fla., Aug 5 (U.R) Lt. (jg) Paul K. Hunt of Berkeley, Cal., was killed yesterday practicing carrier landings in a Scout bomber, the navy announced today. SANTA CLARA DIRECTOR Santa Clara. Calif., Aug. 5 (U.R) Maurice W. Welds, 34, a navy veteran and former high school instructor in San Francisco, today was appointed publicity director at the University of Santa Clara. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE OF MEETINGS OF COUNTY BOARD OF EQUALIZATION Notice is hereby given in pursuance of Section 1601 of the Revenue and Taxation Code of the State of California, that the assessor of the county of Santa Cruz, state of California, has delivered to the cleric of the board of supervisors of said county the local roll and that said board of supervisors met on this 28th day of July, 1947, as a board of equalization to examine said local roU and to equalize the assessment of property of said county and that said board will again meet at the hour of 10:30 o'clock A. M. on Aueust 1, 1947. and will, in pursuance of Section 1603 of said code, continue in session from time to time until the business of equalization of assessments is disposed of but not later than Thursday, August 7, 1S47, at ten A. M. Blank applications for reduction of assessment will be furnished upon application to the clerk of said board. Dated July 28, 1947. H. E. MILLER. County Clerk and ex-officio clerk of said board. Julv 29 to Aug. 6. NOTICE OF INTENTION TO ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES August 1, 1947. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN : Notice is hereby given that fifteen days after the date posted, the undersigned proposes to sell alcoholic beverages at these premises, described as follows: 117 (formerly 28) Cooper Street, Santa Cruz, California. Pursuant to such intention, the undersigned is applying to the State Board of Equalization for issuance by transfer of alcoholic beverage licenses for these premises as follows: General "On-Sale" liquor License. Retail Package "Off-Sale" general license. Anyone desiring to protest the issuance" of such licenses may file a verified protest with the State Board of Equalization at Sacramento, California, stating grounds for denial as provided bv law. The premises are now licensed for the sale of alcoholic beverages. GIUSEPPE ANTON'ETTf. PETER ANTON'ETTI. LLOYD ANTONETTI, doing business as "LUCCA LUNCH" Aug. 5 KiUMS Z&il NEIGHBORLY NEIGHBORS ISN'T IT AMAZING, MYRTLE, ASOUT THIS MAN PETERS ALL THAT PUBLiClTY HAS MAPE HIM A8IGATTRACTON ...HE5 NO ACTOR AN 2 H icm't- ,tfiv onc-rxv vr r HE5? 5TTi.NG BOX OFFICE THERE'S NO ACCCXJNTNGV TnD THF i.'MIM tiC Or Q.I TrA the place tnv &t&&jm?i PETERS SEEMS TO HAVE CAUGHT IT.. -HE'S PACKING THEM IN. FIRST THING YOU KNOW HELL Varren Will Appoint Judges, Rental Board Members And 4 Commissions Before Sept. 19 Sacramento, Aug. 5 (P) Between now and September 19 Governor Warren will have 26 judges to appoint, in addition to naming four important commissions, approximately 60 rental control boards and selection of a director of the highway patrol, he told a radio audience last night. "In may spare time I can shape up some policies for them to follow." he said. Warren, in one of his regular "public service broadcasts" reported on his recent trip to Hawaii and his impressions of the governor's conference in Salt Lake City. As a result of his visit to Honolulu, he said, he is convinced the naval reserve officers' training corps program "is very worth while." "I believe it is one which should be encouraged, not only because it prepares our young men to defend our country in time of emergency, but also because no boy can receive training under this program without becoming a better equipped peacetime citizen." The Salt Lake City gubernatorial meeting, the governor said, caused him to believe, "that so long as we stick to democratic principles and procedures in our states every problem can be solved in accordance with the needs of the individual state." As governor, he will only nominate members to the state's rent control boards and that the actual appointments will be made in Washington, he explained. These boards, he said, "will have a great responsibility in maintaining relationships between landlords and tenants" and no state has a more urgent tenant-landlord problem than California. "On June 30 we had approximately a million and a half housing units in California under federal rent control. Practically every one of them was filled to capacity and Mary McGinnis Miller Dies Miss Mary McGinnis Miller, 29, who came to Santa Cruz as a little girl with her parents, died Monday afternoon at a local hospital after a long illness. She attended Santa Cruz schools and was graduated at Santa Cruz high school in 1936. While in school. Miss Miller was very active in dramatics. After her graduation, she attended Humphrey business school at Stockton. She then worked for the highway patrol as an executive secretary and was in that office in San Jose for several years. Three years ago, when her health failed, she returned to her home in Santa Cruz. She was born in Taft. Funeral services will be conducted by the Rev. L. W. Reneau at 2 o'clock Wednesday from White's mortuary chapel. Inurnment will be in the I. O. O. F. crematory. Miss Miller is survived by her mother, Mrs. Minnie McGinnis of Santa Cruz; and four cousins, Ernestine Russel of Vallejo, Cecil and Le Roy C. Craighill of Crockett, and Mae C. Craighill of Arroyo Grande. Expert Front End Aligning Wlicel Balancing Steering Systems Hcimilt end Brakes Kelined ALL MAKES PROMPT SERVICE HOLLAND Motor Sales 340 FRONT ST. PHONE 4165 r h. I WONDER IF HE'S COMING HERE. WHEN 3N MAN" PLAY5 AT THE LOCAL. MOVIE- - -I'D LOVE TO 5EE HIM 1 I An. MrV Q.I IT THINK HE'S AN ACTOR f thousands of families were still looking for homes. "The situation haa not eased in the meantime. Probably no state in history has ever had a greater housing shortage, and no state has ever witnessed such a prolonged influx of new citizens." Without some type of regulation, he declared, "a chaotic condition would soon develop in all our major population centers." For that reason, he said, he regards the work to be done by the boards soon to be named as extremely important. An aviation commission, re-T creation commission, a housing agency and some crime commissions are to be appointed by tfce middle of next month. This service to California is a human as well as a material service. Today more Union Ice men are employed than ever before men carefully trained to give courteous, clean service. Hal Pruden And Orchestra In Beach Concert Something new in entertainment arrived on th? beach stage Sunday evening as Hal Pruden and his orchestra appeared for a delightful half hour concert of popular dance music. Pruden who is currently playing Cocoanut Grove ballroom proved a popular success with the large audience of youngsters and oldsters. Highlight of the program was the offering of the classical composition, "Warsaw Concerto." The Cocoanut Grove group appear again this evening with the opening note set for 8 o'clock. Plan Underground Aircraft Factory For Bomb Testing Washington, Aug. 5 (U.R) Secretary of War Kenneth C. Royall disclosed that army engineers are planning an underground aircraft factory to see whether it is safe from atomic and other modern types of bombs. He mad? this revealtion in a 64-page report of his activities as undersecretary of war before he succeeded Robert P. Patterson to the top post. In it he also disclosed that 71 indictments for alleged fraud in war contracts have been returned out of 400 cases reported to the justice department. Royall said that plans for underground defense experiments also include the building of an underground chemical processing plant and a fire control instrument plant. He said the army was cooperating closeiy with the army-navy munitions board on a study connected with moving industry underground. PATIO AND LAWN FURNITURE ' REDWOOD WILLOW DOUGLAS FIR CHROME ALUMINUM BARBECUES Gay Colored Swings & Lawn Umbrellas Garden Tools and Supplies RUSSELL fir CHAMBERS 193 Water St. Phone 4224 'For Agriculture the very heart of California's great economy lives on ICE ! Ice is its lifeline, for IGE and ONLY ICE makes possible the protection of our precious living commodities from the time they leave the field until they arrive at stores throughout the nation. Yes, without ICE, its vital lifeline, the wealth of California agriculture as we know it today could not exist! ''A 1 d Ifffft ' The greatest concentration of Ice Manufacturing plants in the world is in California. As the state's great agricultural empire grows, ICE Manufacturing-its very lifeline - protects its products. Yes! The Union Ice Company is growing. It is proud of its ever increasing service to the economic growth and wealth of every section of California. Regents Okay Budgets For UC Schools Berkeley, Calif., Aug. 5 (U.R) Robert G. Sproul, president of the University of California, announced today the board of regents had approved a 1947-48 budget of $36,-990,386, the largest in history and 21 per cent created than for the previous year. Sproul said the budget was based on an estimated enrollment on the university's eight campuses of 45,000 students next fall. "The 1947-43 budget is by far the largest that has ever been presented to the regents," he said, "It is neverthelests a conservative estimate of the needs of the university in a time of heavy demand and high costs." Increased enrollment, salary increases and accelerated agricultural research were given as principal reasons for higher costs. The budget was divided as follows: Statewide, $8,705,046; Berkeley, $12,090,530; Davis, $3,121,-693; La Jolla. $213,023; Los Angeles, $6,099,949; Mt. Hamilton, $108,930; Riverside, $830,875; San Francisco. $3,607,920, and Santa Barbara, $1,393,401. MOTOR SKOOTER STOLEN A motor skooter belonging to Albert Boyle .of the ParKay apartments was stolen sometime Monday night, police reported. SANTA CRUZ BEAUTY COLLEGE STUDENT ENROLLMENTS NOW OPEN Phone 4055-R 3rd Floor Trust Bldg., Soquel & Pacific r Gracious Outdoor I Living"! w ' -""-iSO SS' ICE, and ONLY ICE-much of it Union Ice-is used by shippers to protect California's fresh fruits and vegetables as they are being transported across the continent to Eastern markets. In retail food establishments The Union Ice Company performs a major function. For example, many modern produce merchants now bed fpesh produce in crushed Ice, thus preserving freshness. We3nes3ay, August 6, 1947 KILLED IN CRASH Gilroy, Calif., Aug. 5 0J.R) J. S. Martin, about 55, a San Francisco salesman, (1875 California St.) was to give you prompt service These are busy telephone days and at peak periods, even though every available switchboard position is covered, it's not always possible for our operators to answer as promptly as they would like. But new equipment is being installed as rapidly as possible to handle record numbers of calls promptly. It is our goal to furnish all telephone users with better service than ever before. Meanwhile, our operators are doing all they can to give you the prompt service you are accustomed to. Thank you for your understanding. 3 OUt of 5 ' Information" requests .. .are for numbers already listed in the directory. Supplying numbers not yet published is a big job in itself. So, to help us speed necessary "Information" service, please refer to your directory before calling "Information." The Pacific Telephone and Telegraph Company 129 Walnut Ave. No wonder ICE today is a great and growing business. The Ice Industry in California, as personified by The Union Ice Company, is manufacturing more Ice than ever before! In fact, the past five years have been the busiest in the 65-year history of The Union Ice Company. ICE truly is a "MODERN" business, serving more satisfied customers now than ever before. Distributing in 482 cities and Calirornia-m virtually every in the state The Union Ice Company plays a vital role in the economic welfare of the state. In the home, Food protection, Vitamin protection, in an air-conditioned ICE refrigerator is the modern way the Union Ice way! ASX A80UT THE NEW ICE REFRIGERATORS AND THEIR MANY ADVANTAGES TODAY! ... THE COMPANY THAT APPRECIATES ITS CUSTOMERS Santa Cruz Sentinel-News 5 killed today when his car was struck by a northbound Southern Pacific train at the San Martin crossing five miles north of here. she's doing her best Santa Cruz Telephone 2C00 towns throughoi agricultural area j

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