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The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California • 35

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Sacramento, California
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THE SACRAMENTO BEE Friday December 6 19t3 Page Bll Three Counties X' FPC Studies Pleas For Fish Vs Tuolumne Dam BM1 1B1HS SeekConflicting! The federal power commis Interior Department told the OPEN 'TIL MIDNITE EVERY NITE rf: a ft sion today faced the task of commission construction of the dam would destroy sal Power Projects I WASHINGTON AP federal power commis-: sion announced today the fil-f mon runs valued at $900000 a year But an attorney for the ap plicants the Tuolumne and determining whether salmon runs in the Tuolumne River of California are of greater value than benefits of the proposed new Don Pedro Dam The commission took under advisement an application to build the $92 million project after completion yesterday of oral arguments Modesto Irrigation Districts jing of two conflicting applica denied the charge and said itions for a multi million dollarL the project would provide full development of the river Kobert McCarty attorney for the water users said there Spokesmen for the Califor nia Fish and Game Depart hydroelectric power development in Alpine Calaveras and iTuolumne Counties California I The applicants are Cala-'veras County Water District of San Andreas and Tuolumne County Water District was "clear and uncontrovert- ea evidence that failure to ment and the United States fU 0jk build the dam would result in disappearance of salmon in the river by 1968 In snswer to questions by FPC Chairman Joseph i i Swidler McCarty said the No 2 of Sonora Both proposed projects which would enlarge the existing Spicer Meadow project on Highland Creek now licensed to Pacific Gas Electric Company San Francisco Right Reserved At the time it licensed the Spicer Meadow development Tom London AP Wirephoto Tom London Film TV Veteran Dies Actor Tom London known to millions as the sheriff in many movie and television westerns is dead at 81 London whose real name project is not opposed by the state division of water resources Despite opposition from the fish and game department he said the project is not in conflict with the state water plan California Deputy Attorney General James Sanderson and William Costello a San Francisco official of the interior department said the project should be altered to provide more water to maintain fish runs They complained an FPC examiner had not permitted them to introduce sufficient evidence to back up their views at earlier hearings the commission expressly served the right to grant another license authorizing an applicant alone or jointly with to raise the dams and increase the storage capacity was Leonard Clapham died late yesterday in his North Hollywood home of any or all of the licensed reservoirs Calaveras proposes a $66-J 93500 project for initial development of what it would A native of Louisville Ky London came to Hollywood in 1917 He began his motion Welfare Fraud Term Prompts Suicide Try RED BLUFF Tehama Co a 15 day jail term for two counts of welfare fraud Sheriff Lyle Williams said Mrs Helen Gridley 40 attempted suicide by slashing her wrists yesterday afternoon Mrs Gridley of Manton Tehama County was taken before Judge Noel Watkins in the Red Bluff Judicial District Court on complaint of Walter O'Sullivan welfare investigator O'Sullivan charged that she twice accepted welfare funds under the aid to needy children program while having a common law husband living with her Mrs Gridley pleaded guilty and was given the jail term as a condition of two years of probation Sheriff Williams said Mrs Gridley broke a window in the cell where she was confined and used the broken glass to slash her wrists Another inmate summoned a matron and Mrs Gridley was taken to county hospital where her wounds were found to be superficial call its North Fork Stanislaus picture career in the Great Train Robbery and appeared in King Of Kings Hell Divers IN DOUBT? GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE AND BE SAFE! I River project i This would consist of enlargement of the Spicer jMeadow dam and reservoir Ithe Big Trees and Collierville development on the North Swidler and other commis-j sion members indicated through questioning that they! would pay considerable atten-j tion to evidence dealing withl the economic feasibility of! and Dr Jekyll And Mr Hyde He also appeared with the late Will Rogers He leaves a sister Mrs Anita Pearcy with whom he lived Fork Stanislaus River and thej Upper Beaver Creek diversion added costs for protection of fish runs dam on Beaver Creek Initial PRINTS PICTURE FRAMES AND ALL SORTS OF GOODIES In the whole wide world there's nothing like receiving a book at Christmas! Our buyers in New York Chicago and Los Angeles have shipped us hundreds upon hundreds of cases of books for Christmas! You'll find nearly all the best sellers in current fiction and non fiction Art Books Music Books History Picture and Children's books! MANY OF THESE BOOKS ARE NOT AVAIL-ABLE ELSEWHERE! Here's your chance to thrill a friend or loved one with the book he or she has been wanting for so long! And if you're in doubt GIVE A GIFT CERTIIFCATE! PS Buy your books early so you can read "em before you give 'em! Redding Pair Is Held In Beating Robbery Of Man REDDING Shasta Co Leonard Conway 26 and BANKAMERICARD IS SPOKEN AT TOWER installed capacity would be 165000 kilowatts Tuolumne Proposal Tuolumne proposes a $381 million North Fork Middle Fork project to be located on the north and middle forks of the Stanislaus River and on Highland Creek this project would include enlargement of the Spicer development an additional powerhouse on the existing Don-nells Tunnel and the sand bar development on the Middle Fork Total initial installed capacity would be 87000 Hearing On SutterWater Rate Ends YUBA CITY Sutter Co Examiner Edmund Caton of the state public utilities commission said a ruling will be handed down in 30 to 90 rf ruUlLPIllliv Robert Taf Jr Julius Sakota 31 both of Redding have been accused of the strongarm robbery of Charles Young 52 of Redding A witness telephoned the police he saw the pair beating and robbing Young on California Street Wednesday night They later were arrested in a bar Young told the police he had about $140 in two wallets which were taken from him One of the bills was a $100 bill When the police searched Conway they found such a bill on him Young was not injured seriously by the beating Coolr Cnnfft C0-jf'days on a request by the Hill-JuCKS JtlldlC JCdl crest Water Company of Sut-CLEVELAND Ohio UPl! te! ounty for a rate increase Congressman Robert Taft JrJ (R) of Ohio seeking to fol-Part bt dlstct low his father's footsteps for notherpart to $750 per today announced his vif dacy for the United States by residents who submitted Senale a petition of protest bearing The 46 year old congrs8 Manufacturing Firm's Safe Is Looted The police are investigating the theft of $125 in cash from a safe burglars pried open last night in the office of the California Manufactur man at large serving his first The PUC hearing was held ing Company at 1931 Front Street term in congress said he would seek the seat currently held by Senator Stephen in the Yuba Crty Council chambers TITLE REG SALE Tha Book of Naiur 395 179 Tha Book of Why and What 395 179 Tha Book of Adventura 395 179 Tha Book of Animals 395 179 World Around Ui 295 179 Story of Man 295 179 Walt Dimay'i El Blanco 250 49 Walt Dimay'i Cougar 250 69 Walt Dinay'i Waecha 250 69 Walt Dimay'i Tha Odyisey of an Ottar '250 69 Walt Dimay'i Trua Lift Advantura 350 99 llluitrafad Book South Amarica 395 197 Tha Planat Wa Liva On 395 197 Golden't Wheals Sails and Wings 399 197 Coloring Books' I 2 Titles 29 eo 1 8 Easy to Read Airports and Airplanes 100 69 Easy to Read Moon Sun and Stars 100 69 Easy to Read Rocks and Minerals 100 69 Easy to Read Your Body and You 100 69 Easy to Read Reptiles 100 69 Easy to Read Tropical Fish 100 69 Easy to Read Animal Babies 100 69 Easy to Read Space 1 00 69 Easy to Read Air Around Us 100 69 Easy to Read Pebbles and Shells 100 69 Easy to Read Animals of the Sea and Shore 100 69 Easy to Read Insects 100 69 Young Democrat of Cleve-i land who is completing his Teaching IS IODIC initial term Faculty members of the1 Young who ousted United Sacramento Waldorf School MI will explain their teaching methods at a "public meeting Monday at 8 PM at the school 3600 Fair Oaks Boulevard States Senator John Brick-er in 1958 is expected to announce his reelection plans in the near future Vis? TITLE REG Walt Disney's Kidnaped 100 Walt Disney's Nomads of the North 100 Walt Disney's Absent Minded Prof 100 Learn to Print Printer Primer 100 Catholic of Saint Barnadette 295 Catholic of Saint Paul 295 When Jesus Was A Man 295 Activity Books Train Clock Shoe Etc Approximately 12 Titles 100-125 Walt Disney's Old Yeller 100 Walt Disney's Perri 00 Walt Disney's Snow Whit 100 Walt Disny's Dumbo 00 Walt Disney's Pinocchio 100 Grosset's Animals of the World 395 Grosset's Reptiles and Amphibians of the World 395 Illustrated Encyclopedia 695 A Thousand and One Nights 295 Fables of Aesop and La Fontaine 295 Fairy Talcs from Andersen 295 Alice Through the Looking Glass 295 Chinese Fairy Tales 295 Tha Wiiard of Oi 295 Jack and Th Beanstalk 195 The Three Littl Pigs 195 Puss in Boots 195 The Golden Book of California 299 Encyclopedia of European Cooking 395 SALE 69 69 69 69 129 129 129 79 69 69 69 69 69 198 198 297 197 197 197 197 197 197 129 129 129 99 197 OPEN 'TIL MIDNITE EVERY NITE OF THE YEAR! i 'a iff I I 1- 'J11 GIVE A GIFT CERTIFICATE! 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