Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California on July 21, 1948 · Page 6
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Santa Cruz Sentinel from Santa Cruz, California · Page 6

Santa Cruz, California
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Wednesday, July 21, 1948
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0 Sania Cruz Sentinel-News Mr. and Mrs. Mike Conlon of Oakland are visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Malio Stagnaro. Mr. Conlon was Malio's commanding officer while stationed at Mare Island during service in the United States navy. LET our skilled mechanics tune up your car for spring and summer driving. They use proper tools and factory engineered and inspected parts. And they'll return your car to you in top condition. Drive in today! De Soto-Plymouth 521 Front St. The Sign of BETTER SERVICE fane In "The Adventores of Christopher Weils" every week on oil CBS Stations DESOIO PLYMOUTH ; Dealer J CiomYourCarBesf! Patio ami Lawn Furniture Chaise Lounges All Types Garden Chairs l Garden Umbrellas Barbecues Table J? and Bench Sets Lawn Swings Furni- fjM JJfi ture Re-covering. W '5 01!: BDSSELL'S 420 Water St. Open r- mull Ym-'MMA XL) J iLtr IffiSF HIM dim mm mMmm 'wmrmp- Wednesday, July 21, 1948 Fresno County Farmers Have Income Drop Fresno, July 21 (U.R) The Fresno county chamber of commerce today announced a survey showed farmers in the county earned less money last year than in 1946. According to the report, farmers in the county received a gross income of $165,446,034 for the 1947 farm production. The figure is more than $20,000,000 higher than the farm value of the 1945 crop, but about the same amount short of the all-time high $288,519,304 in 1946. Decreases last year in returns for grapes and other fruits and nuts was offset substantially by the farm value and acreages under cul tivation in field and truck crops during the last growing season. Court Cases Petition for distribution filed in the $94,946 estate of L. L. Chap man. Sale of stock was for $44,709 Total charges, $48,016.. Sole bene ficiary, is Marie C. Chapman. Inventory and appraisement for $36,347 filed in estate of Harry C Richardson. Acount filed in estate of Louis Regsiardo. Cash for distribution $4299. .Personal property, a promissory note for $1000, was sold for $1000 to E. A. Hue in the estate of Ed ward D. Linstedt. Judgment to quiet title filed in case of Antonio C. and Agnes V, Bettencourt against Mrs. E. Mc Birney. Property is in -Garfield Park. Final account filed in the $2800 estate of William H. Bishop. Whole estate goes to mother, Mrs. L. K. Hoge. Third account and report of guar dian, Violet T. Macy, filed in guar dianship of-Gerald William Macy and Sondra Macy. Total credits $2937. Dismissal filed in case of Simeon F. Pierson against Fern Kimball. Complaint to quiet title filed by Joseph Kennedy against Ernest and Barbara Merrick. It is also for forfeiture of agreement. The prop erty is at Lomnico. Complaint for divorce on the grounds of desertion and abandon ment filed for Shirley A. Roberts against Lloyd A. Roberts. Report of inheritance tax apprais er filed in estate of Peter J. Bladt. Fair market value $15,494. Tax by son, George Harland Bladt, $30 on $15,502. Sundays Phone 4224 -J .as near as your telephone In our district offices and display rooms, like the newest one (above) at Walnut Creek, skilled assistance is "on call." Included among the many 'Coast Counties" services are: cooking demonstrations, kitchen planning, proper sizing of water heaters, information on house-heating, light recommendations, power applications on the farm . . anything, in fact, related to your usage of gas or electricity, ir Please feel free to call. Motorist, Trotley . "55332, a t . 4. . 4 ' 5 fjfeft f.-s A trolley operator who refused to back up and a motorist who would not move forward tied up Portland, Ore., rush-hour traffic for 20 minutes. Police finally made the trolley back up, gave Another Drop In Chinese Exchange Shanghai, July 21 (U.R) Black market quotations on Chinese currency dropped for the second straight day yesterday, with the U. S. dollar worth only six and one-half million Chinese dollars. .Several factors were outlined as a cause. One was the calling in of small bills and the delay in issuance of great amounts in larger denominations. Another was that many who were able to lay hands on larger bills were not selling. A third factor was the impending arrival of a huge shipment of American cotton due before the end of the month. The unpredictable Berlin crisis was considered another reason why moneyholders were not releasing cash in large amounts. Invited To Enter San Juan Art Show Artists of the Santa Cruz area, particularly those of grade school and high school age, have been invited to enter the outdoor arts and crafts show which will be held Saturday and Sunday, August 21 and 22, at San Juan Bautista in the garden of the Castro home. There will be no limit to the number of exhibits. Entrants are requested to contact Kathleen Talbot or Alex Zeller of San Juan Bautista. Channia Fresno. Elias is over from 1 t, vVf ' fast, friendly Tie Up Traffic r Dfw tenting T f.. n the motorist the parking place he wanted, and also gave the autoist a ticket for obstructing traffic. Above, the crowd of hundreds cheer as the motorist backs into place. (AP Wirephoto) States Arrive At Colorado Water Agreement Vernal, Utah, July 21 (U.R) A long step in reaching agreement as to use of Colorado river waters was taken last night by member states of the Upper Colorado River Basin Compact commission in Vernal. A per centage plan of water distribution was finally decided upon as the solution of the heretofore deadlocked problem. Following 10 hours of discussion, commissioners from the states of Utah, Colorado, Wyoming, New Mexico and Arizona decided on satisfactory per centage allotments oi the river waters. Accord reached by the member states marks a high point in 30 years of rivr negotiations as wel as the climax of the commission's two year history. Each of the five states represented in the commission found it necessary to pare their original requests. As agreed upon at present, Utah will get 12 per cent of the available water, Wyoming 14 per cent, Colorado 51.75 per cent and New Mexico 11.25 per cent. Arizona is guaranteed 50,-000 acre feet for annual use. Here are the original requests Utah, 28 per cent; Colorado, 56 per cent: Wyoming, 16 per cent New Mexico, 15 per cent and Ariz ona a 1.8 per cent. These requests reached a total ot 117 per cent. Aitnough the actual compact has not as yet been written or signed, it is felt that the major stumbling block has been removed by the states' agreement on allocation. A final draft of all provisions will be submitted to each state for study as soon as possible. PUBLIC NOTICE NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 11,102. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and ior the County oi aania L-ruz. In the Matter of the Estate of AN- GELO GANDOLFI, Deceased. Notice Is Hereby Given bv the Un dersigned, JOE GANDOLFI, Executor of the estate of Angelo Gandolfi, de ceased, to tne creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, or said estate, to file them, with the necessary vouchers. In the office of the Clerk of the above named Court (which said office is situate in the Court House in the City of Santa Cruz in said County and State), within six months after the first publication of this notice made on the 21st dav of July, 1948, or to present and exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within said period, to the said Execu tor at the Law Offices of James J. Scoppettone, Rooms 9-11, in the Farm ers & Merchants National Bank Building, in the City of Santa Cruz, County of Santa Cruz, State of California, which said last named office, the undersigned selects as the place of business in all matters connected with said estate. Dated July 17th, 1948. JOE GANDOLFI, ! Executor of the Estate of i said deceased. i JAMES J. SCOPPETTONE, Attorney for said Executor. July 21-28; Aug. 4-11. NOTICE TO CREDITORS No. 11,080. In the Superior Court of the State of California, in and for the County of Santa Cruz. In the Matter of the Estate of CLARA MURCH, also known as CLARA J. MURCH, Deceased. Notice Is Herebv Given by the Undersigned. ORA MURCH STOODLEY. Executrix of the estate of Clara Murch, also known as Clara J. Murch, deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against the said deceased, or said estate, to file them, with the necessary vouchers, in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court (which said office is situate in the Court House in the Citv of Santa Cruz in said County and State), within six months after the first publication of this notice made on the 21st day of July 1948. or to present and exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, within said period, to the said Executrix at the Law Offices of James J. Scoppettone, Rooms 9-11, in the Farmers & Merchants National Bank Building, in the City of Santa Cruz, County of Santa Cruz, State of California, which said last named office, the undersigned selects as the place of business in all matters connected with said estate. Dated July nth, 1948. 6RA MURCH STOODLEY, Executrix of the Estate of said deceased. JAMES J. SCOPPETTONE. Attornev for said Executrix. Jury 21-23; Aug. 4-11. APPLIANCES REFRIGERATION mm tgSSSiFRlGIDAIRE HU.VJ ;: i 5 -gWJ-r ."-n mm,. . ... -x -i .. -"V Sales Service SANTA CRUZ 3460 COAST REFRIGERATION COMPANY 1528 Pacific Ave. Santa Cruz Five Million Chicks Hatched In State Last Month Sacramento, July 21 (JF) More than five million baby chicks peck ed their way out of the shells in California's commercial hatcheries last month. The total 5,031,000 was 8 percent above that for June, 1947, indicating that more white meat and dark meat may be available for dinner tables. The June hatchings also represent a volume 4 per cent greater than the 1942-46 average, noted the state agriculture department. The aggregate for the first six months of 1948 is 43,443,000 compared to 43,465,000 for the same period last year, however. On July 1, though, there was 8 per cent more eggs in incubators than a year before. Statisticians Harold C. Phillips and Robert D. Rawson reported a shortage of hatching eggs to supply the "good demand" for broiler chicks. New Stamps Will Go On Sale In August Washington, July 21 (U.R) The post office department has announced its new commemorative stamps in honor of the Oregon Territory Centennial and the new Palomar Mountain, Calif., observatory will go on sale next month. The Oregon stamp will be issued August 14. It depicts a wagon on the lamous uregon trail ana includes portraits of John McLough- lm and Jason Lee, Methodist mis sionary pioneers. The Palomar stamp goes on sale August 30. It portrays the outside of the new world-famous observatory. Del Monte Exec Gets Sea Command Captain C. W. McClusky, executive officer of the U. S. naval school, at Monterey, will leave this week to assume a command at sea. For his new duty Captain McClusky 'will be assigned as chief of staff to the commander of carrier division five, on the staff of Rear Admiral Harold M. Martin. Captain P. D. Stroop will replace Captain McClusky at the naval school. Captain Stroop will be detached from his present duty on the operations staff of the commander in chief, Pacific fleet to assume his new position. Boysen 100 Pure Paint "Mcifle for Santa Cruz9 Climate" PAINTING TEXTURE PAPERHANGING LICENSED CONTRACTORS INSURED FREE ESTIMATES n i mm Yes, glorious pastel color that goes right on over old wallpaper, kalsomine, plaster, stains, wallboard, brick and covers olid in just one coat! Boysen Tru-Kote Is easily applied, dries in one hour to beautiful, washable finish, leaves no. paint odor. Eight beautiful shades. 1312 SOQUEL. AVE. Phone 3943 First President " l" I : ' -.' ln i h I k. J h f ' A ' . u i n.f s (NEA Telephoto Dr. Syngman Rhee (above), American-educated Korean nationalist leader, was elected first President of the new republic of Korea. The South Korean Assembly honored Rhee's lifetime battle for his country's independence with an overwhelming vote to its highest office. The Assembly gave the 74-year-old Rhee 180 votes, and only 13 votes were cast for his chief opponent. College Romance Ends In Divorce For Janet Leigh Los Angeles, July 21 &) It took Screen Starlet Janet Leigh, 21, just two minutes to win a divorce today from Stanley H. Reames, investigator for a banking firm. She told the court that her husband was cruel and insulting. Miss Leigh and Reames, a former or chestra leader, were married in Stockton in October, iy4b, alter a romance which began when both were students at the College of Pacific. When she was 19 in 1946, Miss Leigh left the College of the Pacific at Stockton and joined the MGM film company here which was filming "The Romance of Rosy Ridge" on the Graham Hill road. She was a sorority sister of Helen Graham of Camp Evers while attending college in Stockton. Since the time she was here she has been in film work in Hollywood. Hyram Johnson has been over from Fresno. OLE MOUSE, A Pt OAUOHr CN4.Y $3.47 WAMWIl TO 2 Get Your Tickets Mow list 2-S-49 Civic Auditorium TWO cm WE GIVE S&H Pension Head Approves The Third Party Members of the Independent- Progressive Party club met at Hackley hall last night in a pre-national convention rally to discuss the Wallace-Taylor third party tick et. Mike Rantz was chairman and James T. Hunter secretary. A let ter was read from Dr. Francis E. Townsend of Long Beach, leader of the pension movement bearing his name, which endorsed the third party ticket. The endorsement was made because of the party pledge to work for a $100 pension for persons 60 years of age. The letter stated that the old parties have not made a "definite pension approval." The club "passed a resolution calling for the inclusion in the party health platform of the recognition of the non-medical profession. A copy of the resolution was forwarded to convention headquarters in Philadelphia. The convention begins Friday. Next meeting of the Independent Progressive Party club will be in Hackley hall Tuesday, August 3. Plans are being made to have a mass meeting here following the convention and members hope Senator Glenn Taylor of Idaho, vice- presidential candidate, will be able to attend. PUBLIC NOTICE BRIEF STATEMENT OF THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF THE COUNTY OF SANTA CRUZ, STATE OF CALIFORNIA. Wednesday, July 14, 1348. Two o'clock P. M. The board meets pursuant to a call for a special meeting. Present: Supervisors Gregory, Mac-Bain. Rostron, Rowe and Clement and the Clerk. The application of Central Santa Cruz County Youth Center for a permit to conduct a public dance at Hall at Youth Center. Soquel. is set for hearing for July 23. 1948 at 2:30 o'clock P. M. The further hearing on the Petition for organization of the proposed Ben I Lomond Kecreation District is continued to August 7, 1948 at 10:30 o'clock a. m. Arnold M. Baldwin is appointed as the 'authorized agent of the County of Santa Cruz and is authorized to sign an application to the Federal Public Health Service and to the Department of Public Health of the State of California for funds to assist in the construction of an addition to the Santa Cruz County General Hospital. The board adjourns to its next regular meeting to be held July 23, 1943, at 2:30 o'clock P. M. F. L. CLEMENT. Chairman of said board. Attest: H. E. MILLER, Clerk of said board. July 21. 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