Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California on October 25, 1955 · Page 7
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Daily Independent Journal from San Rafael, California · Page 7

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Novato Goblins To Paint Windows For Halloween jfabnirtthtttt-lfltttttal, Tuesday, Oc+. 25, 1955 7 SALLY'S SALLIES Kids used to wax windows -in the old days. In Novato, they’re no longer content with that: They paint them every color of the rainbow in observance of Halloween. The window painting will be an organized job, warns Mrs. B. F. Edwards, who is directing the wingding for the Novato Chamber of Commerce, sponsors. The painting party will work this way: By arrangement with the schools, each elementary school TRICK OR TREAT-MARIN STYYE- San Anselmo Mayor Art Smub demonstrates the method to shell out come Halloween for UNICEF—United Nations In- ternational Children’s Emergency Fund. T he mop-topped trick or treaters doing the collecting above are David Barley, 9, left, and his sister, Jean, 11. (independent-Journal photo) Many Marin Youngsters To Collect For Needy Children On Halloween Several platoons of Marin children who annually participate in Halloween trick or treat shenanigans. this year will carry cans to collect money to buy food and medicine for millions of underprivileged children in 90 countries. Funds collected by American children in about 12,000 communities will be sent to the New York headquarters of UNICEF — United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund. Each country matches UNICEF's aid with almost two dollars for every one received. According to Phyllis Kotite, Marin UNICEF chairman, the drive is being sponsored here by church groups, school organizations, recreation agencies and the Marin chapter, American Assn. for the United Nations. On Halloween — Oct. 31 — the evening before All Hallows or All Saints day, children will go out with their collection boxes wearing armbands or tags. On completion, they will gather at central locations for parties. Miss Kotite pointed out that the price of a comic book will provide six glasses of milk for a child in Korea, the cost of an ice cream cone will pay for a tuberculosis inoculation in Egypt or a dip- theria shot in Chile, while the cost of & coke will pay for 10 bowls of rice for a child in India. '‘This trick or treat’ activity channels the destructive energies of Halloween pranksters into constructive fun,” explained Miss Ko- tote. “Goodwill ambassadors for UNICEF haven’t time to soap windows. “And even though it is a fun project, it enables youngsters to learn about UNICEF and about the people it helps, an important step in preparing them for the leadership which will be theirs tomorrow.” Typical of the work supported by UNICEF is the effort to wipe out eye disease in Morocco, where some 25.000 persons, many of them children, are blind. Seventeen teams of doctors and nurses, supported by UNICEF and the World Health Organization, are in the midst of a three-year campaign against blindness in South Mor­ occo. By next month, this group ! of Fairfax, Mrs. Frank Bailey of will have treated half a persons. Persons or other groups wishing to help in the Marin program may get in touch with Mrs. Irvin Tipton of Novato, Mrs. Ward Duffy million • San Rafael, Mrs. William Forde of Larkspur, Mrs. William Winter of Kentfield, Mrs. Sam Swadesh of Mill Valley, Mrs. Hugh Downey of Tiburon or Capt. K. Persen of Sausalito. Vandals Break Things Up All Over County Vandalism was reported in several parts of the county during the weekend. James W. Laufer of «39 Galler- ita avenue, Santa Venetia, reported FTiday night that someone had damaged his front lawn by driving his car and spinning its wheels over the grass. Mrs. John E. Upston of 234 Laurel grove, Kentfield, told Sheriff David Menary Saturday that someone had stolen two hub caps off the left side of her 1954 Lincoln sedan. Glass on car lights was also broken. Vandals flung a mailbox into a swimming pool on Toussin avenue in Kentfield, the owner reported Sunday. Carl Gromme said he found his mailbox in a neighbor’s pool. Air was let out of the tires on Grommer's cars and a neighbor’s car. From Terra Linda came another report of destruction. Officials of Carey Bros Construction Co. reported Sunday night that youngsters had broken two windshields and a side window on trucks parked at the construction yard. Deputies questioned two 8-year-olds, who admitted breaking some windows but blamed older youths for most of the destruction. Ralph William Sigmund of San Francisco told the sheriff he and his wife came back to their summer cabin on First street in Stinson Beach to find burglars had ransacked the cabin after forcing entry- Missing are several bottles of liquor, four wool shirts, a portable radio, binoculars, camera film, and a .22 caliber single shot rifle. Value of the loss was not reported. class in Novato will be permitted to paint a Novato merchant’s window. Olive School students will paint the east side; Hill School classes, the highway businesses, and Marion School, the west side and part of the east side. “It’s a bigger school. They need more windows,” explains Mrs. Edwards. For the classes painting the best windows there will be money prizes, Mrs. Edwards said. Students will collaborate at school on the makeup and design of the window, then execute the project in groups or all at once. The paints will be tempera water colors—“washable,” says Mrs. Edwards. Judging of the windows will take place Monday. The painting project is sponsored by thee chamber of commerce, she explained, to save buildipgs from the more destructive Halloween practices. Parnow Reminds Of K|ew Laws Many motorists have failed to realize the changes in the vehicle code according to Capt. T. F. Parnow, commanding officer of the Cailfomia Highway Patrol’s San Rafael area. “Despite extensive publicity given to the new and revised sections of the vehicle code, many motorists continue to drive in violation of these sections.” “Section 525.1 of the vehicle code,” said Parnow, “is particularly stressed in an effort to avoid the congestion caused by drivers who drive at reduced speed. This causes the motorists who drive more closely to the legal speed limit to take unnecessary chances in order to pass.” The code requires any vehicle driven on a highway, at less than the normal speed of traffic, to be driven in the right hand lane nearest the right curb or edge of the roadway, except when passing or preparing to make a left turn. This section primarily concerns the multiple lane highway. In addition. Section 514 of the vehicle code states that no person shall drive upon a highway at such a slow speed as to impede or block the normal and reasonable movement of traffic, except when such reduced speed is necessary for safe operation. The life span of the sparrow is usually four years. Drive the New Mile-Shrinker The Fabulous wFbnOac Introducing a Big and Vital General Motors ‘Automotive First”! A new Strato-Flight Hydra-Mafic—coupled with Pontiac’s 227-H.P. Strato-Streak V-8- results in performance so new and dramatic it must be experienced to be believed! 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Almost before you know it, you’re out on the highway . . . then, pulling out to pass, you experience that breath-taking surge of pure, distilled power whisking you ahead to safety—a full 227 blazing horsepower tempered by Strato-Flight Hydra-Mafic* to smoothness beyond belief. That’s when you know for sure • • . there’s never been another car like this!" Come in and try the greatest “go”—end safety— on wheels. You may think you're thrill-proof—but this r.ne will change your mind . . . fast / *4m ntrm-eott optitm. SEE “PLAYWRIGHTS 'ST-TV’S FINEST DRAMATIC HOUR-NBC-TV, ALTERNATE TUESDAYS BIANCO’S GARAGE Pontiac, Cadillac, GMC Trucks Fourth and E Streets San Rafael, CaRf. ‘All I want, Y'our Honor, is a divorce and enough alimony to “ punish him.” $100 In Firearms Reported Stolen About $100 worth of rifles and ammunition were stolen from an unoccupied home on Day’s Island in Black Point sometime between Oct. 7 and 16, the owner reported to Sheriff David Menary last week. Douglas L. Faulkner of 63« Wil­ son avenue, Novato, said he had locked the door to his home on Day’s Island, and the burglar or burglars must have entered through a window. Missing are a 30.06 rifle, three. 22 caliber rifles, and a box of ammunition. Faulkner said that the burglars had also burned a pair of skis in the fireplace. Hearing Set On Halting NWP Trains Two November public hearings were set yesterday by the state Public Utilities Commission on the application by the Northwestern Pacific Railroad to abandon most of its passenger service between San Rafael and Eureka. A 10 a.m. hearing will be held at San Rafael Nov. 21 in the city council chambers, and another at the same hour has been set for Nov. 23 at Eureka in the William Carson Memorial Building. Commissioner Ray E. Untereiner and Examiner Wilson E. Cline will conduct proceedings. The railroad, complaining it loses money on the operation, haa proposed to continue operating trains between Willitts and South Fork, where adequate bus servlet is not available, but asks leave to discontinue service between San Rafael and Willitts and between South Fork and Eureka. It contends buses can take care of the traffic in those areas. Morin Gets $41,766 From HighwoyTax Marin County received $41,766.03 as its share of the September apportionment of highway users taxes to counties, it was announced by Robert C. Kirkwood, state controller. This figure represented .7 par cent of the total of $5,860.485 distributed to counties. Another two million dollars went to the state highway fund for cities, and some 16 million dollars went into the state fund for highways. 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