The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on September 18, 1965 · 13
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SUPERIOR CALIFORNIA NEWS to ! Hopeful Note Ends Shasta Hearing (THE SACRAMENTO BEE Saturday September B IKS i I I 1 1 mm From DPI And MfOalthv Newtcapan jliyiH KtWOIH subdivision while seeking the WASHINGTON - A Senate' federal project husj The county's failure to block the the private development was ' t ay"-'—1 A- parks subcommittee ! wound up hearings on house passed legislation toque-stoned by Sen Frank E create a $11 million Whiskey-' Moss D-L'tah after Johnson t o w n-Shasta-Tiinity National testified that the county want-Recreation Area in Northern ed federal development but California with high optimism had approved the private sub-action will be taken this year 'division The sulHommittce chairman' i hat was to my amazement was Alan Bible D New who tlH)i j0inSon said of the said at the conclusion of the C0lmty action "I ! ! ' a iu v l bi r ML 0' i V I tNA U At ? 1 v r--1 w(v'-£ yff 3 hearings moves to approve the area can be taken this year Two spokesmen for the coun-1 tv hoard of stmervisors had I Urpent pleas for speedy ap- no ch(ke undtr the !aw but! proval of the legislation wi-reu give tentative approval to! made by Rep Harold T John-jtje subdivision They said! son D-Cahf chief sponsor orCOunly officials had done all the measure and Sen Thomas they touId to deay lhe project H Kuchel of Calif who want A f sh c Ispcdy passage cause or' f Bodenhamer land speculation they said is of h Reddj going on there I Record-Searchlight and Ar- I Thy wcre batked nold S Rummclsberg direc-: spokesmen for the interior de- or of the C(MlnIy deparment Ipaitment and the forest serv-i0f water resources ice Casper Weinberg San Francisco attorney appeared as a representative of an iron mine V Q) An otherwise peaceful countrj-side in the vicinity of Interstate 80 north of Auburn felt the awesome effect of yesicrday's firest fires Fires are se-n getiini a start at lower left while flames cover the hillside in th background AP Wirephoto Linda Calpo queen of the Sacramento Filipino Community waves from her car in the Citizenship Day parade in downtown Sacramento Bee Photo Parade Climaxes ConslhulUm Week Citizenship Day Events A colorful parade today in proclaimed Constitution Week imnressmi! tiotin th orum th( L'Velonment and lirecd OUU k ilnunhiun K:irr:iminln i lini iiil wi:irimi I it ctl I 'ki i i imist ue me (leiiaenry 'JappnA'al of the Johnson bill the observance of Constitution ing today and urged all Ameri-'zens of the United States and uuiioinia uuw ir iixai om-0 pevCnt costs from rising Week and Citizenship Day cans to observe yesterday asthe rutin and orivilecei thev ciii I'luiui mil u s nnruve nit? i u - - - n - - - lu wvl I Committee members Including subcommittee Chairman (HiDiF inuicaiea willingness 10 m Shasta ake whjt h wan(s speed the bill but expressed an amendment to permit it to! misgiving over the inability of tonlinue opcrajons um!cr ai county and state officials toSt ptTmit I iOiock a w minion suduivisiou Both said the county board was ftillv behind federal uioie saw ne leu uieir a plan at Whiskeytown Lake Fire Burns Governor s 2fiOQAcres WILLIAMS Colusa Co! (UPI) — One of Northern Cali-' fornia's wind-swept fires burn-rd 2000 acres of historic farm-' land owned by Uov Edmund G Brown his brother and four others The blaze also threatened the old stagecoach stop of Mountain House rebuilt by Brown's uncle in 1907 The charred land is the prop-1 erty on which the family ofj Brown's mother settled in the! early ISoOs after emigrating from Germany "I understand the buildings are intact but there is consid-1 crable fence damage" said: the governor's brother San Francisco Municipal Court Judge Harold C Brown ' lhe governor his brother and four others own 2(i00 acres of wheat and rangeland about 15 miles west of this Colusa County community in the Sacramento Valley lhe governor's mother Mrs Ida Brown 87 was born there and later moved to San Francisco! where she still lives Flames came close to the' stagecoach stop which is oni the Brown property but they were turned away Mountain House was reconstructed by j Mrs Brown's brother Frank Schuckman in 1907 The land is near the small town of Sites which was al-' most wiped out by fire Thurs day night V C' 3'' " hi -Six iAvA Vs Yolo Fefe Will Honor All Harvest Hands 1 f53"t 1 ill WOODLAND Yolo Co Woodland's annual Graclasl Braceros Day which in the last! three years has meant an after-' noon of feasting and entertainment for Mexican field hands! this year will honor all harvest i workers ' This was announced yester-j day by President Donald Hef-i ner of the Woodland Chamber1 of Commerce The braceros! whose number in the county was bponsoretf by the Northern Citizenship Day ! will be able to eniov California Conference on Citi-i A highlight of the obser- Passed Tests zenship the parade featured vance was an impressive nnt t- i n himk nn:ic fnri m rrhino -! ruun r l L- Erav naturalization h 1 lu" mnimtr fur iiuinj uniiTi hum main in me couriroom 01 ! Many Sacramento region Federal Judge Thomas J Mac- ethnic organizations took part Bride in fhft fin-it ipnt fn rnmnuinuLl Pifitr ihrna f cnA v v w vt miw mi unit: ivaiuilli:) Ul ouin— i rnt th Si-nin of th- nnfil rir Cmi Kn riiiL'1 CaS ha(l PaSwI eS tion of the United Slates of of the United States on the an- America In Philadelphia onnlversary of the signing of the1 Sept 17 17S7 Proclaimed By LBJ examiner fur the federal Im migration and Naturalization Sen ice told Judge MacBride I each of the adults in the citi- 1 to Indicate a thorough knowl- edge of US Government and I Constitution i V r- r n - i Superior Judge Mamoru Saku-! President Lyndon B Johnson 'ma joined Judge MacBride in " " lc umans J Councils Americanization com- mittee was In charge of arrangements Organizations taking part included the Kiwanis Club Cabrillo Club Omaha Woodmen Veterans of Foreign (Wars Ethel Landsale Post No 67 and Sacramento Post No 16C0 auxiliaries Daughters of the i American Revolution American Legion and auxiliaries World War 1 Barracks No 216 Zonta i Club Northern California Conference on Citizenship Soropto-mist Club and La Bandera Par- One Is Killed As Train Hits Pickup Truck LA Man Offers $125000 For State Mansion Richard Blackwell a Los Angeles fashion designer Ted S Ilughey 52 of 6910 diminished from some 8000 last lyear to 2000 this year have 8th Ave Rio Linda was killed ibcen joined in the tomato bar-'and his brother John 43 of I vest by a number of domestic 7410 2fith St Rio Linda were workers critically Injured yesterday af- "We feel it would be unwise ternoon when the pickup truck 'to attempt to honor any one in which they were riding was1 real estate salesman said he group so we decided to honor1 stnick by a train has the offer and a $"000 wants to buy a house at 18th and II Streets for $120o0 The owner of the house however is not ready to sell The house is the Governors Mansion and the owner is the State of California lor No 110 Native Daughters Key K Lim a Sacramento ' the Golden West me citizens and their native countries are: all people who helped by a joint 1 Witness said the oickiiD arvi ch'ck from Blackwell who 'resolution of appreciation to be parently stalled on the Sacra- Wis Sacramento tor a signed by the chamber city and mcnt0 Northern railway tracks1 speech this week xounty leaders" Hefner said iat ie Marysville and Rio Lin- Robert L Ilarkness state Hefner announced that the da Boulevards crossing ! general services director how- cnamners annual tarm city tour Engineer fdward Ratcliffe of ever said the stale must Oct 7 will bo devoted to the 591 Crocker Road said he sound-1 have some place to house its tomato industry Yolo County s cd his whistle a quarter of a governors until the oft-delay top money crop and possiblymile away A huge tree fell on this cabin at Bucks Lake near Quincy Plumas County during yesterday's windstorm The impact shattered glass in the cabin No one was inside The cabin is owned by William Bishop of Sacramento Stories describing the wind and fire damage are on page Al Bee Photo by Paul Webster will feature visits to the fields talks by farmers and employment officers and a tour of canneries up- see Attorneys Clash At PUC Hearing In Eureka On Rail Service Lack The brothers however parently did not hear or the train 1 Ratcliffe said he applied hisj brakes on full emergency buti West Sacramentan 1$ ithe 165 ton train a locomotive' three freight cars and a ca-! boose could not be stopped in' 1 time Charged With Theft ROSEVILLE Placer Co - i lit- !c 1 "" n Ted Hu8hey was pronounced Moore 19 of West Sacramento n hp Sir has been charged with the mM ' IIio hrnthl'- - m 1 IOIIIUIIV IIUUIUII 111 UIUIIIII theft of a $414 rif e from the remajned jn crjtjca tmm Kosevme nome 01 Kae 101- ed new executive mansion is built and anyway the historic structure then probably will become part of the state park system as an historic landmark Blackie Finds An Abode Pair Of Playmates Jury Acquits Shastan On Murder Count i there todav EUREKA Humboldt Co — issuing a decision on cliscon- Donald Falk representing fcLls '"- The police have not been able home The Public Utilities Commis- iinuance 01 tne innce weehiyDean Witter and others whoi obi to determine wnicn oroiner was Blackie sion heal ing on an application passenger car service between iave economic interests in the by the Northwestern Pacific the ' communities since last affected area Railroad Co to abandon pas-winter's fixds Karr railed the move to con tinue passenger service "arbi- man said Mwre was charged driving with the offense yesterday He presently is a prisoner in the Sacramento County Jail where he is held on another burglary vpncntnllv vniit-ivhiv with nn nrnnaintnni'P (if thf virtiin ' 1 case anu oojecieu 10 me ian- - nhWmtn ri tha riti7in' D02 Of The Week Drawines are p"' fw Bvnoih sem wiu Rrbcrt Y Bell of Ukiah Men- n frun- fticimr nr mt and knew she had the rifle in Icy co-chairmen 01 tne citizens ""K u' Vet-R- wrdwinbs areiCwc)J prnw and Mra JiVlnt4 D lopo ecu : y vnu iepwcu- missjon of evidencc 2) resiaents ct tne tci River Canyon who oppose the was f1" tv 'ir-rcntinuance They VhE1 Clme who lo with Eureka her home sender car service between Randolph Karr of Los An- 1 I -I Furpka :uu vi i s Mcnoocmo "Cics lenerai counsel iui uit- mnw nt ' - iiojf urn cniuimun WI1U3VU-I 1 County and a cuuntermove to Southern Pacific Co and the a n d unconstitutional"! g force immecliale restoration Northwestern Pacific clashed f riismcsai 0f the Fuhrman said the youth is was marked bv heated ex- idianws between eppesmg ft- Ssrocrt -Y ueti 01 UKian men-ing of flirtntr testim0ny or ad torneys nere The PUC will hear further testimony in hearings scnen-REDDING Shasta Co-An(uc( f()) Nov 4 in winc(s and all-woman jury which deliber- Noy 5 n San F HnciSco before ated for nearly 12 hours found - James R Hockstedler 34 of Central Valley Shasta County innocent on a murder charge The jury returned the verdict to Superior Judge Richard B Eaton at 10:17 pm yesterday Hochstedler was accused of men who escaped from me the fatal shooting of Paul E state mental hospital here were Webb 20 also of Central Val- captured last night in Alameda ley on July 14 ' Calif hospital officials re- The shooting according to ported witnesses eruuicu num imiuiu viuuuu u i- i u "v- nsri eomminii from a dif-'brev Carter 24 the two escap-un-Pe l ts'IVdl "peutu a unci- an(J t)at restoration 0fi ict) O - ' 1 M1 I ft — ference of opinion over a re-ees were picked up by police nail- bill the California city according to authorities est pl)enLT eM1Vdl tion of the work before ' Vnurt tnrs tit AnUrad o' 100 4jfM i 1 wPnKf nm9 m chdnol to VinH Jon Arvuaiip PofliMi nfonno B-f mn And wl- o' iA iMH tli Sof- wo fwrt f w thtrHjfd to Soti4i $qo4 M'"im trr"? kfiM DHiU) iiW iOwrv Blvd Y'rtjoavia I Mrtii jose (h-tis ol lllh 51 ' nt nt" t hiiHi Iff Mw Jo Dufrj P'QtutQAl KAikv HAtnaiit fn (tone of 144 ko-mxit D'iy Jatkh cnong m fong of W K 3t wnos t-oriy Chn ihwrrwin Yun Minfl Of A Prrkin rVy Ch'nfl "i (wan Mnfut Ltwonichow of iV ivth Avr wtM Mitt w enjnod to hatl LfnnM flow tMtHmt Hrvy Intoh hos PAit m rh(id to Vlnt F Kt May MM)MnV of V?9 Crro Drwe nan and wife both of Mrtd IrmtMrt Pfrgrln of 4711 TOlf View D'v Llthuani Jf' Atorio Sim of 3?l? Norfhodt H'vd wttor rwntj f twirol to JoDh Anlomo ! nl 1117 vol Drive Momum Johnop ot 1914' i lAth M woi" nim Wrt 'hanged to Arthur SMnloid IndooMA (Jdvifi Mor(rt Vrt O'1'' of Outr of I ?' - lim M POftuOAl j icr B'n-i'd Adam of T'v A-r I flnb'o Mnlalo Alorro of Bm Atr tfit Bi'e Vtjtn County Phhpi)Jnn ' Alt- VfM ftivm? of f-airfltf SoUno Lambchop-lover Blacke The VW cK iS'rVZX uog ui ine wetK nas a new inno avkiw Fir ooin crminVi Mpitor inocj Frrninat Of TUB U'V S County Mi'ii'O i l H"lg Lvd Cifn ol 4400 Cri-WaS WOn tOClay bV lln Orlv Norm HoSUivK Cwmny Mrs Mary Mitchell of 306 M Dnc wnthcr Air r0rr bw phip St North Highlands for her two '?SeoS?mic Vk? A-TLoSH"'! children Richie 4 and Joanna nt?iicS!nivnihBS wr'm0: 19 mnntlM! '0" SMnlv Avrnu rmilfhael 10 II1UI1U1S IrOonK!: Vi-ronirn Mirlry D 9nW ol 1jo Owens Way North MiohUrdJ Eng-' land Antolni NmituHfi of Chico FaCh Week the BPP tlllhlishpq Butlr County Jordan Pixco PaOli of Ralph Vitiello and Mai Hunt- the picture and story of Thcj& vT"S:JiS'S Wong Committee Has Coordinators Nevada Menral Patients Are Recaptured SPARKS Nev (UPI) - Two Grape Event CpeningDay Draws 10597 10151 — A total of 10597 visitors kept the turnstiles spinning at- an unexpected clip here vesterday as the Lodi He was overruled by PUC V I Ml 11 fl I Il II A 'said the mction would be takeni Clinpr:nP faKfArnia into consideration but ordered: wmwwi iwi vwwi the pioceedmps to continue MARRIAGE LICENSES Bell and Falk attempted to'" 5-t Wo bur admission of railroad re- rnrfl slioviinc ft(¥) nnrl slnrm 1cl'ijo i nt in thn ntic DIVORCES iuanv1 bin 11 i iv uiii n uiw senper service issue but they too were overruled by Cline Karr asserted the railroad El avid Let Brown 11 ol 10513 Fair Oak! Bo'ilpvod Fair Oak and Marilyn Alet-ne Huohti 28 si Folwm fmnmliinn tn Vtnr-t Kurt r HO Q al II am Stllird'l V in M'vt HodriquM WTw5 nam wa IVUH1I11UHV iivvv -mi vj - -- -- - - — j- hwea to My Rodnouw man and Wong to the Sacramento City the Anmal Shelter 2117 Front jyrWrWW'i!i iCouncil have announced the St Other pets beside dogs are utipuuumiiii ui a iuiiijaiKii -u- (lane Suiliyan of ValWo Solino Coun ordinating committee come ! Members are David Clark Harry Snyder Arthur L Ilaar- meyer uurnett Miner t-ranK Merlo Sadau Salami Ben Mar and Richard Hart Vitiello and Huntley said in a' 20th Candidate Enters Race For City Council mat tne treignt runs oniy &v 'rx !dav run The figure was the third hiph- !est opener in festival history of and a cold evening to aDnroach the! The two plus a 16-year-old oespiie winu uui s winter storms set in The railroad introduced evi dence to show Northwestern Napa CounV GranS igirl escaped by taking the keys the day a ' Ifrntn q mnlo nltprifl-inf inrt lfirk- OUt taiK'a Vsma PaI HAI(P( i i -r-rl nf 1") 4"4 cctnl-ilichprt last tn Minlng nim anu a lllrse m a waru- " J — :Pacific has spent $u million Tahoe Market Is Fined J"1FT1 On Meat Conviction American Legion Hall QueeniSouthern Pacific also required The Tahoe-Sicrra Market Inc: Landa Randolph was to be ' Oclli I iaiiiinvij-i Ml L1U1IU 1UIC Ik fv utinn nnii I rhxniiMi to I iAri lMi Suilivcn Cormany joy Trapp of Vacayilio frKilsnd Thomas Van Ol iK of 10749 Amb-ii5tor Dry Panrn Co'-iiln Holland Hyaldi Davila Vma of Yuto City iWiriro ConsoLiclon Oraru'an Viko of Tanoe Valley LiHr Tano whov- nim wjv rhaiyiiMl to LiM V-iav co Philipoinr Chritin Owen yVonq ''f Oitt'anrl Honq Konq I awrfnC Kdi Wltvj Woiki Of Oakland Monq Konf i Pilar Caiio Rpivl-s of Trvi Air Forr iii Soam Hl-n Plofk of TravU r 'Flffff Rv Grp? TriMko Araki Vor-rivwt o 4?9 Aii(t'f Dnyo Mthr Air Foiit Bac Jrtnan Jevjl Vasqurt of Triv Air Fok Bav Mt-xiro Mnul Aibrto Du'ra of Woed'ard Yolo Countv Portugal WrorpMao Ouihara Hbon of Milium PhillOP n' Hplwt Boswitha QMen of Vaavlte Oe-rnaf and far Letimda Wartinej of Winlsrj Yolo Cson- ly Phinpoints The youngest to be natural-at 3707 J St ized was 3 vear old John 'fl 1 : 1 y i i t) I A !— "M U — inH rlvir Ip'irlpru hffntKP thf-v "lc tiuhing Uoie lur iinng is otruidiu nuams vuici imiiuia Cmtntv1 'IThnriirtnv nf 1 nm Thf nlpr rocpivinf fitiPnshin were believe ne is a candidate capa-" r" n 'V 1 vs :rr Lunicnic cai 111111 nung i incum- Christine Owen Wong 5 Sher- rv T 1TIIP J " ' 1 V 11 nil rV 11 the I UM 1113 tine our city to meet the de-' bents nave filed for re-election :iUUM 1¥l BKuwnnyvu- n yaiwo Minng wumy - - t rvm un janci smnev Lun l j anu nnyvio IIIUUU3 Ul lUIUl JilUTlll ill i " w — m J tl Vay Bull I a trtt n statement: "These men ronro B1DVCB In AVlinW Vrtlr rAnnfu 1 ! ro'o'n Vcoc??or rno sent lhe leadcrs of °"r comm!'- Kineer late yesterday became 'Mols-ir woodian Yoo t0ntv 1 nity and are a significant nidi-the 20th person t0 fe as a : icpt ij iv HiMy i nnriun aaami cation or me Droaa suppon en- candidate for the "needs every daylight hour"DUMAN-in woodland voio tounw srof joyed by Sun G Wong Citv Council ' 7 li I y'a N Ou'an auinvil Paul ' "Ui'l-il r lU lllfl mi m tti A it ! timrt iiu 'tla hid Ht"inn fliO intniiii r JAMESON— In Woodland Yolo Countyi (jUCntfier lives tioou wrecKea rauroaa tracK si' 10 tvwitn w jjmt astic oacKing 01 many uuMiie:a 1 iiiru i Fred C Guenther Jr an en- Sacramento aiMiPlt Elko I Jiinitwn tuit J 'Miller— in Woodland Yolo CmmtvJ IThursdav at 5 nm Tl night and that restoration of st £i vm Mmtr aoami believe he is a candidate capa- nu ? f"1 ' jan'tl trlbcrt Vlllw suit Med cruHryl tinn Will hp hpld Nnv 2 the day hcht passenger servicelscHVELYER-in voodiand yoio county ble of bringing new ideas to thellu" Wl" ue "eu nuv- i- Sot In Viromia L Shmplycr aoamst V r-ti u would interfere with comple- orvi 1 scumeivwj un med uumy city council— ideas for prepar- '-nt or tne nine classes of county employes have been granted 5 to 10 per cent salary increases by the hnnrd of supervisors which (nr! 1A I UAC husband of Phy It ol Vacayllle Solano :lv il l ii Robert Mat'kOVltS Simon 17 county father of mm Lwia Rods ritorv and population We are ninth incumbent said he would tlxULC11 ""i: 111' jann yvront and Stanley jonn - - - Norman ail ol Vaiayiile and WillinE t0 WOHt for the election1 OOl htt'K rs-eiecuun Al I !was stated acted to bring certain classi- of Tahoe Valley Lake Tahoe crowned during a ceremony fications in line with salaries has been fined $250 in Federal: today elsewhere Court on a charge of illegal Other events tomorrow will i - tu cLunr inm-oacuc uorp intprstnfp transnnrtinu of meat! include tours of the crounds CHAMBER MEETING cranted to animal control of-! The charge involves the trans-i Japanese flower arrangements! BURNEY Shasta Co - Ttel9Wl&Mffl&£iffid" 1 vv"" " e ! n nU rf rmmiiiiM of 316 oth St mofhw of Shirley Gavijo r jrney v-nuinui-i ui vumiuuvc port-yme Tulare County) infer of:'" Wrs and John Andrew and AuguJt ol Santa of Sun G Wong because the Barbara and Jane! ol Los AngdM i grandfather of 17 native of New COUnCll needs men Of hlS lntel-Jersov Ord M vean Kuneral ser-l vires were held today in the Mccunejllgence Integrity sincerity and uaiuni timun hi nitiic D'ji mi vvaj In the Varavlllt-Elmira Cemetery IULLARD — in Sacramento SdI 17 Lvrei Do'Kiias Bui ara ninoand of Catharine father of Mrv Jamei yv Fcatheri and orandlather of Iwo all of Placerville El Dorado County a native of Chlco Butte County aged 6? years Private funeral srrvices will be held at 10 a m Monday In the Westwood Hills Memorial Park In Placerville under direction ol Memory ChaoH energy Folk Square Dancing Classes Are Slated Folk and square dancing in- ficers sanitarians omiindJnnrtiniJ from Tahoe Valley on' a eirl's physical education pro- Bu r- a - I - - ii i men building maintenance the California side ot tne laxe gram Japanese tea ceremonytwiu nuiu us hm " ' men and a welfare investiga-'to Stateline on the Nevada and a variety show in the Lodi 7: 30 pm Monday in the Rex tor side I Grape Dowl Club Leonard McAntosh of Dmon Solano'trii Qarrampnfrt Yamamoto Is Named To Cosmetology Unit The appointment of Don Yamamoto of Sacramento owner of Don's Macic Fincer beautv Ivy Priest Is Speaker jstruction will be offered by the'salons to the state board of Iw Baker Priest former City Recreation and Parks De-Cosmetology has been an- ! treasurer of the United States partment beginning next week nounced by Governor Edmund hei will be the main speaker at an Square dancing will be of- G Brown The appointment is Awards to-Women's-Service-fered Tuesday evening at 7:30 for four years Clubs" banauet sponsored by o'clock while folk dancing is Yamamoto succeeds Mrs City -County 'scheduled for Thursdays at the Kathryn LaPolla of San Fran- in the i same time in the Clunie Club-xisco who resigned Yamamoto Sacramento Inn Sept 2S house in McKinley Park Ms a Republican iliei aqd M years Fun-ral servkri Thnrnhpr' fif f'jimmprcP uv ttlft IrsiMu in th t I r nna Cliaoel In Winters Yo'o County as m the winter Cemetery

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