Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California on May 27, 1957 · Page 2
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Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California · Page 2

San Rafael, California
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Monday, May 27, 1957
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2 jitihryrnhfní-3ínnniaí. Monday, May 27, 1957 POLICE CHIEF SHOT I’ortc Madera I’olire ( iiief Frank Nek on l)ears up bravely as Dr. Marilyn Hieks of the county health department administers ihe first of his series of polio shots. Former Judge John R. Flor of Larkspur watches .smugly ihe’s already had his shot.s The health departments schedule of free polio-shot clinics through June 30 is San Rafael (department offieei 7-9 pm. Mondays, 9-11 am. Fridays. 10 a m. to noon Saturday.^. Mann City (department offieei 7-9 pm. Wednesdays; Mill Valley li'ark School) 7-9 p m. on the next three Wednesdays only. dndependent-Journal photo) Only Knight Can Break Water Issue Stalemate Knight Opens '58 Campaign At GOP Meet S.\CR..\.MFMo T Gov. Goodwin D. Knipht says he has given California “an honest administration” with accomplishments for which Republicans “should be grateful." Knight, in what many regarded as the launching of his lO.^R re-election campaign, took 'that stand in an emphatic, off- th-e-cuff talk to a weekend meeting of Republican officials. UK HAS PLANS ' “In the course of a few month- ” he said, “we will be obliged to report our steward-: .^hip to the people." i Tipping off his plans, the Republican governor enumerated “just a few of the things we'll have to say.” He gave chief stress to liquor ' reform, the state's highway program, improved mental facilities, reorganization of California’s water agencies and a start on Oroville Dam. WARNS OF VKTO Warning anew he will veto appropriation bills which jeopardize the state treasury, ^ Knight said he could think of no greater charge of incompetence than that of “political oowardice.” “I am not going to sign any Driver Seriously 'Faulkner Heirs Sued Hurt As Car By Bank For $51,110 Strikes Culvert Heirs of the late .Mr. and .Mrs. George C. Faulkner Sr. of Black Point are being sued A small British sports car|in Marin Superior Court for skidded off Highway 1 at a i ^ 51.110 allegedly ow^ed by curve a mile south of Bolinas i Faulkners to Bank of Ajneric . Junction last night, smashed I '^'he bank, represented broadside into a culvert and overturned, seriously injuring TRH*LK WIN.NKR — Robbie Nel.son looks over the list of courses offered by Harvard University. Robbie, 17, a Tamalpais High School .senior, has elected to take a scholarship from Harv’ard—one of three he won. (Independent-Journal photo) its driver, 32-year-old Raymond DeWolf Gilbert of Berkeley. Gilbert’s chest was crushed and one lung partially collapsed. However, he was reported in “good” condition today in Ross General Hospital.; California Highway Patrol j investigators could learn no i cause of the accident. In a head-on collision in Lagunitas at 7:10 p.m. yesterday, | 22-year-old Darlene Shawver, 80 Dominga avenue, Fairfax, e.scaped with abra.sions on her forehead, and went to her family doctor for treatment. She was a passenger in a by Novato attorney William H. MacKay, went to court Friday to get properties including Day’s Island at Black Point so that the creditors can be paid. Named as defendants are Service Area Boosters To Meet June 5 Pupils To Debate H-Bomb Testing question■The question of whether atomic and hydrogen bomb testing should be outlawed by bill which would put the state ^ debated over Tam Senior Wins Three Scholarships The committee for a North Marin Community Services District will meet at Hill School, Novato, June 5 at 1 p.m for a ^ _____^.......... _ final review of the campaign, sports car, driven west on Sir according to Marett Boissevain, Francisco Drake boulevard by Laurence J. Hoge. 31, San chairman. The election to form the dis- George C. Faulkner Jr. of Ross, Douglas L. Faulkner of Novato and .Mrs. Jane F. Mulquin, who is believed to be in Japan with her husband, who is in the armed services. They are children of the late attorney George C. Faulkner Sr. and his wife Grace. Both died in 1955. .Also named in the action is the Island Club, Inc., which now owns Day’s Island. The complaint recites that the elder Faulkners conveyed properties to their children and to the Island Club, knowing that they would incur debts beyond their ability to pay. These conveyances, says the bank, were made to defraud the creditors. The bank asks Marin Superior Court to declare the conveyances null and void, prevent the defendants from disposing of the properties, and set aside the properties for the creditors. Francisco, a copywriter, whose 1 set for June 11. car collided head-on with an I Highlight of the committee s eastbound car driven by Rich-1 will be a school chil- ard Richarz, 40, Orinda, the pa- (Iren’s parade on June 8, when trol reported. the children “will demonstrate Mrs. Mary C. Nelson, 29, of their desire for recreational in in.solvcncy, no matter what ■ ^'^^M Sunday at 4 p.m.. SAGRAMFN ro (IP The Senate’s firm decision to approve no water rights settlement at this time left it squarely up to Gov. Goodwin J. Knight today to decide if he wants to call a special se.s.sion of the Legislature next fall. The important policy making Water Resources (’ommit- tee of the Senate voted unanimously Saturday to kill all four of the proposed solutions to the north-south water rights fight. The committee al.so voted to mf>ncy priating no nii;-re any water project, 'I’hat has been Ihe .-»outh's [losition from the .start in the water controver.sy give us a firm guarantee to any water we might import from the north or we .-ihall block appropriations for any water project. One of the .southern leaders in the Assembly, laid it on the line when he learned of the Senate committee’s decision. .Assemblyman Harold K. Levering R-Los .Angele.s “This only proves the Senate i is dedK'ated to do nothing on ask the governor to call a spec lal session, not before 90 davs water rights. All they want is after the current se.ssion onds | our southern money to finance June 12, to give the lawmakers ' l^ioir projects and they don’t a new chance to break ihe? intend for us to get one drop stalemate. of water. “Well. I’ll .>ay one thing. I don’t think the southerners in this house will vote one dime for water projects for the rest One thing was fairly certain, of this session.” Knight’s initial reaction to the decision by the Senate committee was “no comment.” The Senate’s decision to rcfu.se the south’.s plea for a water rights amendment at this session will solidify southern representatives’ policy of appro- JndepenoefTt^oumal Entered In San Rafael Post Office fcs second cla.s.s matter under Act of March 6, 1897 Published Dally Except Sundays and certain holidays at 1028-32 B Street San Rafael, Calif, by California Newspaper.^ Inc. Roy A. Brown. President Combining the San Rafael Inde. E mdent. Marin Journal, Marin erald, San Anselmo Herald. Fairfax Gazette, Larkspur-Corte Madera News Ihe pressures are.” he told di- j rectors of the California* Republican Assembly, campaign organization for the state GO! He made no reference to retiring U..S. .Sen. VVilliam F. Knowland (R-Califi. who many Republicans feel will challenge Knight for the gubernatorial nomination next year. GOP THREATKNKD In a later speech to the same group. Rep. Charles Gubser (R-Calif) said if a congression- ^ al election were held tomorrow said; j Republicans would lose 50 coats. Denouncing critics of the President w'ho, he said, have joined “the Eisenhower wrecking crew,” the Gilroy law'mak- er charged: “Some of our most faithful allies in the cause of promoting Republicanism have contributed materially to what could be our dow-nfall.” “If modern Republicanism becomes a nasty wmrd, the word Republican will become obsolete,” he added. members of the San Rafael High School World Affairs Club. John Gustafson will moder- Robbie Nelson, 17-year-old senior at Tamalpais High by j School, has been awarded the William L. Thomas Scholarship to Harvard University. Nelson is a son of Mr. and .Mrs. Kenneth Nelson of 30 to ate the program, final debate I avenue. Mill \al- 804 Rincon way. San Rafael, was treated at Marin General Hospital at 3;30 p.m. yesterday for minor chest bruises suffered in an accident on Highway 101 south of Alto a short time before, a hospital spokesman said. Report of the accident was not available from the patrol. of the current school year. Originally .scheduled for last Sunday, it was postponed one week because panelists were engaged in other high school functions. DAIRY MARKET lev. The which wrpïL,;riTu!iiCar Clubs Council facilities,” Boissevain said. The children’s demonstration is to bedirected by Mrs. George R. Chambers, president | of the West Novato Parent-1 Teacher Assn. ■ Mrs. John Coulter will head a committee to arrange for neighborhood coffee meetings j at which speakers from the i committee will urge need and desirability of a recreation dis- > trict, Boissevain said. Harvard Club of San Francisco, Holds 1st Meetina ^ if an nnnnr. i also carries with it an opportunity for employment and in- Marin Car Clubs Council eludes a privilege of renewal i held its first meeting at Al- after the next school year if i bert Field Thursday night, his grades are maintained. 5 cents per copy $1 50 a montn by carrier $4 50 for 3 months by mall $9.00 for 6 months by mail $18.00 for 1 year by mall All unsolicited articles, manuscripts. letters, and pictures sent to the Independent-Journal are sent at the owner’s risk, and the Independent-Journal expres.sly repudiates any llabilltv or re.spon- sibillty for their safe custody or return For Father's Day June 16th . . . give father that prosperous, suburban look with o sport outfit from Stephen Roberts Marin'x Fashion I radar 1326 Fourth St.. San Rafael GI, 4-6988 CIRCULATION INFORMATION Phone OLenwood 4-3020 (Mill Valley, Sausallto anH GEneva exchange Phone DU 8-23,M) Novato TWlnbrook 2-9020 It takes 54 votes in the As- ' .scmbly and 27 votes in the | Senate to pass any appropria-1 tion bill or to approve a water j i richt.s con.sim.uUal amend.' LcgiOn To EleCt ment. In the lower hou.se, the ^ V'alley Post 284, Ameri-' > southern delegation has more Legion, will elect officers ; than enough votes to block any today at 8 p.m. at the Legion appropriation bill and in the ^^ub hou.se on Miller avenue. Senate, where “cow country” ^ "^^dj^^'alley. land northern votes are dominant, the north has power to: spare to deny any water rights : amendment. Sen. Edwin J. Regan (D-, Wcaverville) said the vote did j not mean that progress on water would be halted. i “What difference does it make whether we settle the water rights issue now’, next September or even in the bud-1 get se.ssion next March,” Regan .said. “We still will have time to I get the issue before the voters ' in the .November (1958) election.” SAN FRANCISCO (IP)—Dairy: Prices to wholesalers: Butter: Grade A 59-61; grade B 90 score 57. Cheese: No loaf sales; single daisies 38-39^2. Eggs: Grade A large 34-35; medium A 30-31; small A 2223. Prices to retailers: Poultry Producers: Large .AA 36-37; large A 35-36; medium A 31-32; small A 23-24. Sylvester Dairy; Large AA 36-37; large A 35-36; medium A 31-32; small A 23-24. Robbie’s obj-cctive is to be! come connected with the U.S, ¡Department of State. He will I major in political science. I The Harvard scholarship was j one of three offered to young ! Nelson. Previously he haci been offered an award from the California State Scholarship Commission and on the same day that he heard from the Harvard Club, he received a similar notification from Princeton University. Robbie is one of four children. He has two sisters, 14 and 5, and a brother who is 10. The council consists of almost all major Marin car clubs, united to obtain facilities for testing and repairing cars. The major topic of discussion was obtaining land for a drag strip. A club dinner-dance at Sabella’s. a dance at the Larkspur Rose Bowl, a San Rafael recreation center, and a club poker run to Russian River were other topics considered by council members. Next meeting of the council will be Thursday, when offi- i cers will be elected and a char -1 ter will be discussed. To Attend Convention Dr. L. J. Garrett, San Rafael chiropodist, plans to attend the 38th annual convention of the California Assn. of Chiropodists, which opens Friday at the Sheraton-Palace Hotel in San Francisco. 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