The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on July 7, 1960 · 50
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Sacramento, California
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Thursday, July 7, 1960
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r ““ irii m fru 1 1 ' & I 4 !? s Page C16 THE SACRAMENTO BEE Thursday July 7 1960 City Water Bonds Get High Rating City Manager Bartley W Cavanaugh today reported a double A rating has been given by bond experts to the city’s $6000000 revenue bond issue to provide funds for improvements in the municipal water system Such a rating Cavanaugh said is considered ex ceptionally high for public agency bonds particularly those secured only by the future revenues of an enterprise '‘Word of the rating came from the city’s financial adviser Schwabacher & Company of Sacramento and San Francisco "”The city council has set 8 PM next Tuesday to receive bids for the purchase of the $6000060 issue a part of a $25000000 program approved by voters last November "The proceeds of the first sale will finance a treatment plant in the Riverside District to provide filtered water for the southwest section of the city much of which depends on a well supply t Later additional bonds will be sold to finance the construction of a filtration plant bn the American River to augment the water supply presently furnished by the existing plant on the Sacramento River City Parking Lot Use Gains 78 in Six Months SMUD Gets Okeh To Shorten Project Tunnel Directors of ihe Sacramento Municipal Utility District today received federal power commission approval for changes in the Robbs Peak Tunnel and related works on SMUD’S Upper American River hydroelectric project Paul E Shaad general manager and chief engineer explained the change was made after detailed studies showed the length of Robbs Peak Tunnel can be reduced 5000 feet indicating a saving of about $1000000 Gerle Creek Dam The change will be made possible by the use of a dam on Gerle Creek creating a reservoir of about 1200 acre feet and a smaller diversion dam on the South Fork of the Rubicon River These two structures will substitute for the Sawmill Dam and Reservoir proposed in preliminary plans Shaad ’ pointed out construction of the two dams and a 40 foot canal about 18 miles long will enhance the recreation values as well as reduce the cost of the proj- City Traffic Engineer Dud-iect from a hydroelectric OUTSTANDING SERVICE AWARD— Colonel Howard A Morris right who is being promoted to brigadier general and being transferred by the army corps of engineers from chief of the Sacramento district to South Atlantic division engineer in Atlanta Ga received a certificate of commendation today from Robinson N Crowell chairman of the Sacramento-Yolo Port District commission Colonel Morris was praised for distinguished and outstanding service as district engineer in Sacramento where his work included directing the construction of the Sacramento Deep Water Channel Bee Photo Weather UNITED STATES WEATHER BUREAU Thursday July 7 I960 First figures indicate highest tempere-i ture during last 24 hours second lowest temperature last night third ram or melted snow during last 24 hours Ail data based on observations at 400 AM PST today Albuauerque NM 78 63 Atlanta Ga 89 69 Boise Idaho 97 64 Boston Mass 76 62 Chicago Ml 73 59 Cincinnati Ohio 83 62 Cleveland Ohio 69 49 Denver Colo 77 57 Detroit Mich 75 56 El Paso Tex 81 65 Ft Worth Tex 89 72 Helena Mont 88 50 Kansas City Mo 62 65 Las Vegas Nev V 103 75 Medford Ore 103 62 Miami Beach Fla 89 82 Mpls-St Paul Minn 78 53 New Orleans La 95 74 New York NY 75 65 Oklahoma City Okla 74 67 Omaha Neb 80 60 Philadelphia Pa 82 64 Phoenix Ariz 105 81 Portland Ore 97 62 Reno Nev 94 50 St Louis Mo 82 62 Salt Lake City Utah 90 61 Seattle Wash 94 62 Spokane Wash 93 57 Washington DC 83 69 Winnemucca Nev 93 51 Burglars Do It In Style With FBI Car Safe Cash fey F Stevens today reported qa increase of 78 per cent Si the average number of vehicles parked per day on municipal parking lots in the first six months this year I He also said there have feen some significant changes m parking activity S “Midweek parking (Tuesday and Wednesday) has in-leased considerably while Saturday activity has decreased slightly’’ Stevens giid “Parking on Monday has increased slightly and parking on Friday has been less fiian in previous years S “There also has been a sig-fiificant decrease in night fame parking” s Stevens reported the use of 3ie four municipal parking lots averaged 70 per cent of Capacity during June as compared to 66 per cent during the corresponding month last year Validation of parking tickets by merchants showed an increase during June A total 3f 25124 claim checks or 253 jJer cent of all cars parked Resented validation tickets compared to 247 per cent in June 1959 Validation rev-qpue amounted to $4485 representing 143 per cent of g7oss revenue and an increase Of 14 per cent above June of &st year standpoint He added: “The changes were worked out after detailed investigation was made through the offices of Clyde Spencer SMUD project engineer and the Bechtel Corporation of San Francisco which under contract is designing and supervising coristruction of the project for SMUD” Near Camp Ground The South Fork Rubicon Dam will be about one half mile upstream from the United States Forest Service South Rubicon campground south of Wentworth Springs El Dorado County The works to be constructed will be the key diversion structure to transport the water resources of the Upper Rubicon River into the Union Valley Reservoir a key storage feature of SMUD’s project Adequate water releases for fish protection downstream from the diversion point on both Gerle Creek and Little South Fork of the Rubicon River are being worked out in cooperation with the state department of fish and game and the federal fish and wildlife service Burglars who carted away a 400 pound safe containing between $300 and $400 from the Civic Center Garage 715 I Street apparently held little respect for officialdom They used a federal bureau of investigation car to do the job The car which was found last night on the 5700 block of 39th Street was stolen from the garage during the July 4th weekend The safe disappeared from the firm’s office at the same time Scuffs and scratch marks on the car’s interior confirmed the theory that the safe which has -not been found was carried away in the car An agent said the car was assigned to the Sacramento office of the FBI The car was unmarked with official insignia and the only piece of equipment which would identify it as an official car was a police type radio County's Local Sales Tax Return Increases 18 The 1 per cent local sales tax collections in Sacramento County during the 1959-60 fiscal year increased 18 per cent compared to collections for the preceding fiscal year The state board of equalization today reported the increase for the unincorporated areas of the county was 22 per cent or $4216221 City of Sacramento collec tions increased 145 per ceht to $3163748 Other increases and total collections were Folsom up 23 per cent to $28482 Galt up 35 per cent to $15452 Isleton up 19 per cent to $10727 and North Sacramento up 139 per cent to $242429 The board collects a 1 cent local and a 3 cent state sales tax The report shows the total local collected sales taxes for 54 counties and 333 citid during the last fiscal year was $218971294 up $32994166 from that in the 1958-59 year With the addition of Alpine County to the state collection setup this month only Plumas San Mateo and Siskiyou Counties with their 25 cities remain Qutside the program in which the board collects both the state and local sales taxes Last year’s collections and change in percentages for Superior California counties follow: i 100 02 28 103 07 Califonia Reports Bakersfield 98 Blue Canyon 80 Carmichael 91 Eureka 58 Fairfield 79 Fresno 97 Los Angeles (city) 77 Marysville 94 v 58 49 56 67 60 65 60 61 55 64 Monterey 64 Mt Shasta 95 Needles 110 Oakland 68 Paso Robles 90 Red Bluff 99 Sacramento (city) 90 Sacramento (airport) 93 San Diego 74 San Francisco (airport) 72 San Francisco (city) 61 Stockton 95 Nationwide temperature Highest yesterday 111 at Blythe Calif Lowest this morning 32 at Fraser Colo Amador County 814963 Amador $82 lone $5300 Jackson $19859 Sutter Creek $5979 All Amaoor County collections for nine months only Butte County $466990 up 82 Per cent Biggs $3989 up 15 4 per cent Chico $347061 up 3 9 per cent Gridley $65103 up 9 Per cent Oroviile $166881 e 10 9 per cent Colusa County $90576 up 7 per cent Franklin Hospital Names Staff Of 17 Doctors Dr Fillmore M Wilt chief of fctaff of the Franklin Medical Center Hospital today announced 17 physicians and surgeons have been accepted for the staff of the facility The hospital is scheduled to open next month Construction is underway on Franklin Boulevard at 52nd Avenue Selected for the staff are: Drs James E Franklin Lester L Crane G F Hoffman Leta B Jackson John S Charles and William O Wood of Sacramento Pharris V Swearengin of Citrus Heights r J i Ralph D Hoard of Carmi- Donald Richards lcha1 H p Crum Winfield M Scott and Stanley A Don Richards Headsir'run'w:- fs m Thornton of North Sacramen- CounlyPnamiacisfskS Don Richards 2709 11th Stewart of Tahoe Valley Avenue was recently installed as president of the Sacramento County Pharma-1 ceutical Association Other officers include Ted I Economy 1st vice president George Andrews 2nd vice president Petter Pucci treas- Water Storage Report SHASTA DAM— Inflow 4900 cubic fee per second Outflow at Keswick: 11001 acre6 feet per iecond sora9: 3740300 urere and Stanley Duden sec- FOLSOM DAM — Inflow 541 cubic feet per second outflow at Nimbus 3-527 cubic feet per second Storage 900-000 acre feet MONTICELLO DAM — Cubic feet per second outflow 44 cubic feet per second Storage 1103500 acre feet Dally Rivar Reports 7 AM Today First figures indicate In feet flood stage (for leveed streams danger level) second river stage third 24 hour change fourth river flow in cubic feet per second Shasta Dam (2) 1038 0 —05 11001 Red Bluff (1) 23 67 loSoO Ord Ferry (1) 117 976 —01 8100 Colusa (1) 68 435 7600 Ldg Cl) 41 17 ill 335 2900 Driver In Fatal Accident Is fined $263 Municipal Judge Joseph G Babich this morning sentenced feonald Bruce Greenwade official in the state motor Vehicle department to pay a $263 fine on a drunk driving charge The charge arose from a June 16th accident at 4th and K Streets in which Albert Placeran Wins $50000 Suit Against SP Louis V Del Torchio of Roseville Placer County has won a $50000 verdict in his personal injury suit against the Southern Pacific Company Del Torchio received the award late yesterday from a jury in the court of Superior Judge Stanley W Reckers The jurors had deliberated only two and one half hours after hearing five days of tes timony Del Torchio represented Slajar of 2018 G Street suf- by the law firm of McCarthy (ered injuries which caused and Crow complained that the Bis death four days later SP was at fault because of : Greenwade who pleaded jnegligence in an accident in guilty originally was booked which he was injured June 19 Plans Are Set For Meeting Of Fair Unit Continued from page Cl American River site They will have lunch at the Sacramento Inn then return to the Stock-ton Boulevard fair ground for an afternoon meeting Notes Problems Azevedo and Kelly said the problems facing the committee will include means of selling $13000000 in revenue bonds and getting the release from the state department of finance of $7500000 appropriated by the legislature for the new site development Azevedo told the group the governor also feels it is important to obtain permanent year around rental income from the new site He said this means efforts to attract manufacturing firms and other businesses to lease facilities of the new site when the fair is not being staged He said he is confident the new fair will become a reality No Doubt “There is no question in my mind that this new fair project will be a success” he said Governor Brown decided on the formation of the citizens committee after reject ing a report from his finance director Carr that the 1000 acre site for the new fair be sold and the money used to refurbish the present fair His first act was to appoint Azevedo the chairman for felony drunk driving but Clie district attorney’s office filled against filing a felony fiomplaint which also would jave included a manslaughter fharge t Babich suspended Green-frade’s driver’s license for 90 jays and placed him on pro-Dation for three years bMV Will Treat Cose In Routine Manner The state department of ffiotor vehicles will treat the Case of Donald Bruce Green-fade an official in the department in exactly the same gianner as it deals with the jase of any individual convicted of drunk driving J Robert I McCarthy state director of motor vehicles f as unavailable for comment fn the case but his deputy I'om Bright said the DMV fill act either to suspend or eevoke Greenwade’s license fter the DMV receives the ieport of conviction and sen-pence from the Court Greenwade is training offi-fer in the DMV personnel fection charged witl the duty preparing employes for the Lpartment’s clerical work 1958 while he was employed in the railroad yards in Roseville He said a scaffolding fell on top of him causing him to suffer injuries to his back and leg Funeral Services Are Set For Mrs Lawrence Funeral services for Mrs Jeanette Heintzen Lawrence 91 of 918 Mission Way a writer and resident of Sacramento for 53 years will be held at 2 PM Monday in the Harry A Nauman & Son Funeral Home 2021 28th Street Mrs Lawrence a native of Forest Sierra County died yesterday in her home She was the daughter of Sarah and Charles Heintzen Her father arrived in Sacramento in 1849 after crossing the Isthmus of Panama by foot and continuing on to California by ship He traveled to the gold fields and managed a mine in Forest and later operated a general store and ran one of the first telegraph offices on the Pacific Coast Mrs Lawrence for a time wrote a column entitled Carols Of Caroline for the Downieville Messenger After coming to Sacramento she took an active part as a Red Cross volunteer during the 1917-18 flu epidemic She was the first president of the League of American Penwomen a member of the BL Chapter PEO Sisterhood Daughters of the Nile Naomi Chapter OES Beta Sigma Phi Tuesday Club St Pauls Episcopal Church and Christ Unity Church i She is survived by her son Richard J Lawrence a Sacramento attorney who is a former chief deputy district attorney and city prosecutor Burial will be in East Lawn Cemetery Colusa $54198 up 4 7 per cent Del Norte County $148182 up 9 9 per cent Crescent City $84914 UP 12-8 per cent El Dorado County $307878 up 42 2 per cent Placerville $141852 represents six months collections only Glenn County $115867 up 65 Per cent Orland $39415 up 59 Per cent Willows $58002 down 1 8 Per cent Humboldt County 5616399 up 28 6 per cent Areata $158798 up 275 Per cent Blue Lake $5116 down 11 per cent Eureka $758993 up 21 5 Per cent Ferndale $19637 up 12 9 per cent Fortuna $75587 up 16 6 Per cent Trinidad $2014 up 46 5 per cent Lake County $121823 up 17 per cent Lakeport $34414 up 13 3 per cent Lassen County $64316 up 7 9 per cent Susanvilla $80x549 up 128 per cent Modoc County $48645 UP 137 Per cent Alturas $57373 up 113 per cent Napa County $256831 up 29 per cent Callstoga $18988 UP 9 per cent Napa $354537 up jj3 per cent St Helena $40724 up 74 per cent Nevada County $179337 up 18 9 per cent Grass Valley $73587 up 8 3 per cent Nevada City $23227 up 58 per cent Placer County $316230 up 25 8 Per cent Auburn $150521 up 15 4 per cent Cnlfax $19270 up 8-1 Per cent Lincoln $24318 up 12 per cent Rocklin $10-4)3 up 39 7 per cent Roseville $223528 UP 468 per cent Shasta County $488313 up 199 per cent Anderson $44800 up 161 per cent Redding $425400 up 218 Per cent Sierra County $10450 Loyalton $6-773 collections for only three months Solano County $217957 down 146 per cent Benicia $37359 down 4 7 per cent Dixon $55862 up 71 per cent Falrlfeld $159037 up 161 per cent Rio Vista $59332 UP 132 per cent Suisun $22207 up 5 Per cent Vacaville $84768 up 57 per cent 6-4) 6’95° Oroviile (1) 65 94 Yuba City Cl) 78 v39 6 Nicolaus (1) 50 21 2 —01 Verona (1) 41 122—07 Flsm Dam (2) 4561 —06 Sacramento H St 19 3 Sacramento I St 29 5-5 11400 Rio Vista (1) 9 4 4 0-3 Michigan Bar (1) 2 5 Bnsns Ferry (I) 15 3 6 01 Newman (1 j 63 48 0 Vemalts (I) 29 9 6 —0 2 230 (1) — Courtesy State Department of Water Resources (2) — Courtesy United States Bureau of Reclamation Sacraments Date Rainfall (city office) to date 8 AM: this season 0 last season 0 normal 0 Relative humidity (airport) yesterday: 4:00 AM 81 10:00 AM 52 400 PM 36 Sunrise 4:48 AM sunset 7'33 PM moonrise 626 PM moonset 348 AM retary Members of the board of I directors are: Joe Curran Ralph Kelly Russ Petrotta Howard Kessler Howard Soto and Jerome Fletcher Vallejo S647502 IP 157 per cent Sonoma County $714692 up 8 8 per cent Cloverdale $34552 up 47 per cent Heeldsburg $78064 UP 5 Per cent Petaluma $206678 UP 2 8 per cent Santa Rosa $679024 up 105 per cent Sebastopol $68659 up 6 9 per cent Sonoma $45875 up 14 1 per cent Sutter County $158577 up 122 Per eentp Live Oak $17108 UP 26 8 per cent Yube Ctty $1214)58 up 202 Per cent Tehama County $40459 Corning $19940 Red Bluff $68825 Tehama $169 all represent six months collections only Yolo County $554765 up 13 7 per cent Davis $56170 up 124 per cent Winters $20225 up 7 6 Per cent Woodland $171674 up 13 3 per cent Yuba County $182481 up 21 per cent Marysville $360250 up 13 5 per cent Wheatland $5290 UP 28 5 per cent Weather Summary Today's weather maps at the surface and aloft show only minor changes oyer those of yesterday the chief change being a slow but steady rise in barometric pressures over the far western states The upper level low center which has been bringing thunderstorm activity to the mountains of Northern and Central California has weakened end drifted south end is lust about out of the weather picture The air aloft is a little drier and thunderstorm activity will be a little less over the mountains today A thunderstorm yesterday afternoon brought 04 inch of precipitation to Mt Shasta City A weak storm front moving toward the Pacific Northwest promised an additional moisture supply to bring more thunderstorms tomorrow but the front is weakening steadily and ! Is doubtful It will have much effect In the Pacific northwest Thunderstorm activity over the mountains should therefore decrease a little more tomorrow Temperatures will show little change the next day or two with readings near the seasonal normals Some high read-n9i yesterday were Sacramento 90 Lodi 90 Sacramento airport 95 Fair-field 79 and Red Bluff 99 In the mounts Blue Canyon reported 80 and Reno 94 The forecasts: LOWER SACRAMENTO VALLEY: Fair today tonight and tomorrow Continued near normal temperatures Hlohest both days in Sacramento 90 Marysville 93 and Fairfield 78 Low tontght 57 South-erly end westerly winds 10 mph with gusts to 25 mph in the delta SIERRA NEVADA REGION FROM SONORA PASS NORTHWARD: Variable cloudiness today tonight and tomorrow with scattered afternoon and evening thunderstorms Slightly cooler tomorrow LLOYD H MAGAR Meteorologist in Charge Obituaries Boy 3 Is Injured Slightly By Auto Timothy Reid 3 of 4906 14th Avenue is reported by the police to have suffered minor cuts on his head when struck by a car about 6 PM yesterday on the 5900 block of 69th Street The boy was treated in the Sacramento Hospital The auto’s driver John William Mahon of 3414 66th Street told traffic officers the young ster ran into the street from between two vehicles Mahon was not cited Women Are Victims Of Young Hoodlums Claudia Johnson 62 of 1015 22nd Street and Sylvia Newens 54 of 1305 24th Street were treated in the police emergency hospital at midnight for sprains they suffered when they were knocked down by two youths who tried to grab their purses The women were walking on J Street in the 1300 block when the youths ran up from behind them When the women resisted and held onto their purses they were knocked to the sidewalk-Their assailants estimated to be in their early 20s ran east on J Street Service Calls — James W Daetweller son of Mr and Mrs Chester Daetweller of Williams Colusa County has signed up for service in the marine corps He enlisted in the recruiting office in room 207 Federal Building in Sacramento North Area Schools' Federal Aid Is Set The federal office of edu cation has announced several federal aid allocations for north area schools These include $111176 for the North Sacramento School District $61531 for the Orangevale Union School District and $17272 for the American River Junior College District Joseph De Costa A requiem mass will be said in memory of Joseph De Costa 71 of 616 S Street a resident of Sacramento for 41 years at 9 AM Saturday in St Elizabeths Church De Costa a native of the Madeira Islands died yester day in a San Francisco hos- pital following a long illness De Costa migrated to the Hawaiian Islands at an early age and came to the United States 41 years ago He had been employed by the Southern Pacific Company 39 years until his retirement six years ago He was a member of the Moulders Union Local No 199 Our Lady of Fatima chapter No 1 and Aerie No 1714 FOE He is survived by his wife Theresa De Costa a son Herman daughters Mrs Rose Soligan and Mrs Della Bess a brother Luzia Veira and eight grandchildren A rosary for the repose of his soul will be recited at 8 PM tomorrow in the George L Klumpp Chapel of Flowers 808 O Street Burial will be in St Marys Cemetery State Will Take Auto Count Sunday Monday Motor vehicles on California highways will be tallied Sunday and Monday by the state division of highways as it takes its 37th annual statewide traffic count The division will post 6000 workers at morfe than 4150 checking stations to count nine different classifications of vehicles-Traffic Engineer George M Webb explained the count will be used to determine highway needs and to provide a basis to improve highway design standards and to pinpoint traffic safety problems The count will be made be tween 6 AM and 10 PM the two days Classifications of vehicles to be counted include autos with and without trailers btjses pickups and trucks according to the number of their axles Youth Parley Will Draw 300 To Sacramento Three hundred delegates from five western states are expected to attend the Far West Regional Teenage Conference to be held Saturday and Sunday at the Sacramento High School Delegates to the convention will represent Washington Oregon Arizona Colo rado and California The con ference theme is New Horizons The key speaker at the workshops will be Wilson Riles a consultant in certificated employment of the state department of education Senator Albert S Rodda of Sacramento County also will be among the speakers The workshops are designed to acquaint youth with new opportunities for many new careers and acquaint young people with the means of preparation for these new fields Chile Quakes Leave 7 Million Homeless GENEVA — UPI — More than 7000000 persons were left homeless by the recent earth shiftings in Chile This was reported by the World Council of Churches yesterday A report submitted to the council estimates the damage to buildings in the 10 southern Chilean provinces affected at $400000000 Davis Residents Of Rice Lane Protest Taxes DAVIS Yolo Co — The Davis City Council sitting as a board of equalization heard complaints from Rice Lane residents their homes and lots are being taxed in some cases twice as heavily as those in exclusive College Park Leading the attack were James F Moore N P Taras-suk and Don T Bradley They charged their rate was $127 while that of College Park residents was 60 cents City Assessor 'A C Bur dette agreed this is so if the calculations were made on a square foot basis but explained the rates were set according to frontage width modified by depth Sales since 1956 were used in evaluating the properties Burdette added and he repeatedly stated land values have not been reevaluated since at least 1950 One of the protestants drew chuckles from the spectators by commenting: “No one is going to convince anyone in Davis that it is more desirable to live on Rice Lane than on College Park or Elmwood” Elmwood is a newer street on which three of the five piembers of the council live Mrs C F Dunshee a Col lege Park resident asked if the valuations represented realistic land values commenting that many residents had tried to sell their 25 to 35 year old homes without success Other complaints were received from Ann Ashenfelt-er and Frank McDonald who cheerfully claimed to be “the first man to gain a tax refund from the City of Da vis” Mercy Hospital July 6 I960 Born to Mr and Mr: - CHAN Bob of 4119 23rd Street SWEENEY Lynn of 124 E Street BORDISSOaRoneiS!!’of 2430 Michelle MOsTI’ Donald 0 7964 Seneca -Way North Highlands a girl KECKj William o 4217 Boone Lane WAmIieRG Jerry of 1953 Danvers HUGHES Norman of 5600 Merrl-hill Lane Fair Oaks a boy CURRAN Larry o 3010 D Street b°y July 7 1960 CHAVEZ John of 3624 34th Street a boy Sacramento Hospital : July 6 1960 Born to Mr and Mrs: REID Brother of 604 Harrt Ava- nure a girl WELLS Vaughn T of 327 Tenava Avenue North Sacramento girl BECKER Jerry S of 816 20th Street e boy CLARK William J of 7520 38th Avenue e girl Sutter Hospital July 6 1960 Born to Mr and Mrs: JOHNSON James of 2315 22nd Strict 9 boy BURNSD Dale o 8020 Red Oaks Court Citrus Heights a girl LENSCHOW Hans o 4350 Lock-wood Way a girl JOINER Georg R of 1721 O Street a boy ERGIN Paul of 2027 E Street KCH?y George R of 2205 West Capitol Avenue West Sacramento a girl HOLQUIN Manuel of 1905 D Street e girl WHITMORE Leon of 3521 22nd Avenue a girl VOSS Vaughn of 425 Eleanor Avenue North Sacramento a boy HACKWITH Oliver J of 4324 Aqua ' Court North Highlands a boy OATES Marvin of 4512 Fair Oak-Boulevard a girl July 7 1960 DE ROUEN Jessie of 1507 London Street a girl MA7AHERI Khosrow Mir of 2401 40th Avenue a boy Community Hospital July 7 1960 Born to Mr and Mrs: ARENT Edward F of 4724 Amber Lane a girl MARRIAGE LICENSES SCHIFFNER-LANZ— Ronald Andrew Schlffner 21 and Judith Carol Lanz 19 both of Sacramento VEERKAMP-LONO — Bruce Alan Veerkamp 23 and Patricia Ann Long 20 both ot Sacramento RHEA-ANDERSON — Charles Ogden Rhea 19 and Gloria Lorraine McLaughlin Anderson 19 both of Sacramento KING-McINTYRE — Arnold Paul King 22 of Castro Valley Alameda County and Alice Merle McIntyre 21 of Sacramento MUNTER-PEDERSEN — Marshal Munter 57 and Lillian Thelma Petersen 51 both of Tacoma Wash WEDEL-ANDREGO — Russell Dean Wedel V8 ot Groveland Tuolumne County and Barbara Margaret Andregg 28 ot Sacramento NELSON-STRANGE — Troy Hester Nelson 53 ot Hanford Kings County and Olene Strange 49 of West Sacramento Yolo County DICKSON-TARNOWSKI — Richard David Dickson 22 and Linda Lou Tarnowski 16 both ot Sacramento BROWN-WILLIAMS — Willie Lee Brown 21 and Patricia Ann Williams 19 both ot Dei Paso Heights 1 STRATTON OeROUEN — William Maurice Stratton 2) and Elosia - Day DeRoutn 18 both of Sacramento NEVADA MARRIAGE LICENSES DUNN-COLLIER In Reno Nev Provisional Premier Resigns Office MOGADISCIO Somalia UPI — Provisional Premier Abdullahi Issa resigned yesterday to allow legislators to choose a permanent govern ment Issa who had been premier in the autonomous Italian Somaliland Government dur ing the time it was a United Nations trusteeship remained a heavy favorite to succeed himself The legislators are expected to choose a new premier within two weeks PEDESTRIAN SUES REDDING Shasta Co' Thomas Mikesell of Redding is suing Joy L Stuller of Washington for $25000 damages He asserts he was injured when struck by the defendant’s automobile as he stood near the curb of a Duns-muir Siskiyou County street last January 7th - 1 Algerian Terrorist Grenade Kills Girl SMUD Sets Tree Planting Meeting For Ji(ly 19th A conference on planting of trees will be held in the Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s Electric Service Center at 62nd and S Streets at 9 AM Jury 19th Those asked to attend are utility officials nurserymen landscape contractors and city county and state officials E A Combatalade director of public relations for SMUD said the purpose of the meeting is to discuss methods of informing the public on planting the right tree in the right place ’ “Home owners can enhance property values and protect valuable trees if they are not planted where they interfere with electric power lines sewers and other facilities” Combatalade said “Utility costs for tree trimming and removal are mounting each year By proper planting of trees everyone can benefit If we work at the problem the SacramentQ area can continue its wide reputation for growing beautiful trees” Combatalade is making arrangements for the meeting NIGHT SESSIONS' SET NEVADA CITY Nevada BLIDA Algeria — UPI — 'Co— Night sessions from 7 to Rebel terrorists tossed a hand 9 o’clock will be held in the grenade into an architect’s office yesterday killing a young girl and wounding three persons i It was the fifth act of terrorism by the rebels here since Sunday judicial district court here during July August and September Judge Verle Gray said they will be for the convenience of loggers and others who cannot appear in court during the daytime July 5 1960 Joseph M Dunn 62 and Vida M Collier 49 both of Sacramento IMODA-KAJITANI— In Reno Nev July 5 i960 Tekeo Imoda 53 and Tow Kailtani 53 both of Sacramento DIVORCE ACTIONS Divorce Sought ' Opal J against James 8 Atkins cruelty ' Dons J against Robert L Brown cruelty Eva Clarlece against Earl Beniamin Crocker cruelty Cordelia K against Ronald G Deer cruelty Bennie June against Lester Ray Doty cruelty Judith A against Paul E Lossy cruelty Sumiko Kaku against Finis M Murphy cruelty June Cecelia against Ervin Lyla Nichols cruelty Mary F against Robert G Flink cruelty Soledad against Alfonso Gutierrez cruelty Patricia A against Sidney L Green cruelty Donald James against Virginia Sibley cruelty Stephen Andrew against Annie Lucille Szabo cruelty adultery and desertion Frank against Nancy E Underwood cruelty end desertion Annulments Sought Frank against Nancy E Underwood fraud Antoinette against Vernon F Hyde fraud Bernice M against Searl G Dever fraud Separata Maintenance Sought Claudia against Richard A Dlt--manson cruelty Interlocutory Decrees Granted Rosemary from Armondo Annigoni cruelty Rafael from Mercedes Moctezuma cruelty Mark from Gladys Payne cruel- T C from Arrla Bell Roots cruelty Irene Beverly from Leo Davy Byers cruelty - - Margaret A from Elmar E Blosser cruelty J R from Llv Brown cruelty Mary Jean from Max G Hlttle cruelty Final Decrees Granted Mary from Anthony D Jurach Cruelty Pearl L from T Eugene Whlfa cruelty Donald B from Severity J Rowell cruelty Ruth Emma from Leonhard Scheuermann cruelty Annulments Granted Vernon J from Reva L Murray fraud Kathryn I from Albert O Oksanen fraud NEVADA DIVORCES CURTIS— In Reno Nev July T I96p Sally Dee Curtis ot Reno against Malcolm O Curtis ot Rancho Cordova decree granted cruelty I- lfmh iVoilrn AtVES- In Woodland July 6 1960 Dora V Alves sister of Mrs Kathren Reagan and Mrs Margaret E Roberts of Sacramento Mrs Marian Shelley of Napa Frank Alvts ot Weed M S Alves ot Mt Shasta City and Mrs Maa Hughes ot Grants Pass Oregon a native of Yreka California Future notice ot funeral Harry A Nauman B Son Funeral Directors BREWER— In this city July 6 I960 Fred L Brewer loving brother of Mrs Grettie! Thompson Mrs Edna M McKeen Mrs Pauline Hamilton Walter end Earl Bucher a native ot Nebraska aged 66 years Services II AM Friday at the George L Klumoo Chanel of Flowers 808 O St Cremation East Lawn H 1 1 -f f

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