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WEATHER FORECAST 
Bay Regi on: Fair tonig ht and 
tomorrow ex cept local morning 
fog on coast and spotty inland; 
little chang e in temperature. 
Low tonig ht 48 *54! 
Si erra Nevada: Fair with little 
chang e in temperature. 


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SAN RAFAEL, CALIFORNIA, MONDAY. AUGUST 18, 1952 


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2 Marin 
Killed In 
Residents 
Accidents 


Quentin Trial 


Starts Again, 


Courtroom Full 


Courtroom of Marin Superior 
Jud ge Thomas F. Keatin g was 
jammed with jurors an d spectators 
this morn in g as Hhe selection of a 
jury to try two San Quen tin con ­ 
v icts for murd er got un d er way 
again . 
A false start was mad e a week 
ago when a d ifferen t pan el was 
called hut had to be sen t home 
when d efen se attorn eys poin ted out 
the jurors had n ot been summon ed 
by registered mail. 
All of tod ay’s jurors were called 
to court by registered letters. The 
pickin g of 12 men an d women to 
try Eugen e Burwell, 28, an d James 
Alon zo Rogers. 22, is expected to 
take most of the first week of the 
three-week trial. 
Burwell an d Rogers are accused of 
stabbin g to d eath guard s Charles 
Wiget an d Vem A. Mackin in an 
un successful escape attempt on 
Jan uary 14. 
Prosecutin g the pair will be Dis­ 
trict Attorn ey Richard M. Sims an d 
Chief Deputy District Attorn ey Wil­ 
liam O. Weissich, Rogers is repre­ 
sen ted by S. J. Hugh Allen an d 
Walter Freitas of San Rafael. R. J. 
Reyn old s an d John Ad ams of San 
Fran cisco will d efen d Burwell. 


Mel Whitaker 
To Leave Tam 
For New Job 
Mel Whitaker, for fiv e years 
chief ran ger of Mt. Tamalpais, State 
Park, ¿eav es shortly after n oon tod ay 
to take a n ew position at Columbia 
Historical State Park. He takes his 
Wife an d three child ren with him. 
Whitaker, who becomes chief 
ran ger at Columbia in the Mother 
Lod e coun try, will be replaced on 
Mt. Tamalpais by Hen ry Sad ler. 
Sad ler has Just return ed from 15 
mon ths d uty with the Seabees, Nav y 
con struction un it, with which he 
serv ed d urin g World War II He has 
been on d uty at Newfoun d lan d an d 
other outlyin g con struction bases. 
Prior to his return to Seabee d uty, 
he serv ed as chief ran ger at Palo- 
mar Moun tain State Park an d most 
recen tly at Richard son Grov e State 
Park. He is at Richard son Grov e to­ 
d ay arran gin g for d eliv ery of his 
furn iture to his n ew home on the 
moun tain . He is married but has n o 
child ren . 
Whitaker said , "I wan t to say 
good bye to all of the people who 
hav e mad e our stay here so en joy­ 
able. We will miss our man y frien d s. 
Howev er we like the foothill kin d of 
coun try to which we are goin g an d 
are lookin g forward to our n ew as 
aign men t” 


Boy, 4, Struck By Car In M. V.; 
Car Plun ges Ov er Cliff, 2 Killed 


Two Marin residents were dead and at least fiv e others were 
injured in automobile accidents ov er the weekend. 
The dead are four-y ear-old Richard Harold Nov acek of 10$ 
MiMrose av enue, Mill Valley , and J ohn Sander J ohnson, 27, of 
Golden Gate Trailer Court, San Rafael. 
The injured: 
J ohn Pallack, 7, of 110 Millrose av enue, Mill Valley , in Ross 
'^Gen eral hospital with & crushed 
left leg an d arms. 
Joan Giesler, 15, of 1223 Foothill 
boulev ard , Oaklan d , released from 
Ross Gen eral hospital after treat­ 
men t for min or bruises. 
Ruby Picillo, 17, of 515 Bush 
street, San Fran cisco, released from 
Marin Gen eral after treatmen t for 
min or kn ee bruises. 
Oliv e Squeri» 36, of 1127 Shrad er 
street, San Fran cisco, released i t om 
Marin Gen eral after treatmen t for 
min or in juries. 
Rolan d , Hemker Swartz, 39, of 
Letterman hospital, released from 
the Hamilton Base hospital with 
min or in juries« . 
KILLED WHILE FLAYING 
Richard Nov acek was killed whtye 
playin g with 7-year-old John Pal­ 
lack alon g Wickam d riv e in Home­ 
stead Valley when they were hit by 
a car d riv en by Faygel Lied erman 
of 307 Wickam d riv e, Mill Valley. 
Youn g Pallack suffered crushed 
legs an d arms. 
Miss Lied erman told highway 
patrol officers she was d riv in g in 
low gear d own a grad e about 3:20 
pm. Saturd ay when she saw two 
child ren ’s toys rollin g d own hill just 
after she had rourd ed a curv e. She 
cut d own her speed so as n ot to hit 
the toys an d at that in stan t heard 
someon e call for her to stop. 
She stopped an d then felt a 
bump in the back of the v ehicle. 
When she got out, she saw the No­ 
v acek child lyin g on the road . She 
told officers she d id n ot see the 
child ren before the accid en t. High­ 
way patrol officers are in v estigatin g 
d etails of the accid en t. 
CAR OVER CLIFF 
John J o h n s o n d ied Saturd ay 
n ight when a con v ertible in which 
he was rid in g plun ged 200 feet ov er 
an océan cliff on Highway 1, eight 
miles n orth of Jen n er. Killed in the 
same crash was Bruce Dell Miller, 
34, of San Fran cisco. Deputy sheriffs 
of San ta Rosa recov ered their bod ­ 
ies early yesterd ay from amon f the 
rocks n ear the ocean 
John son , formerly of Portlan d , 
had been in San Rafael sin ce Jan ­ 
uary of this year an d had been 
workin g as carpen ter at the Presi­ 
d io in San Fran cisco He leav es a 
wife, two child ren , an d his mother, 
Mrs. Maud e Martel], who had a 
trailer at the Gold en Gate Trailer 
Court but who has sin ce return ed to 
Portlan d . ’ 
OTHER INJURIES 
The other in juries occurred yes­ 
terd ay in three separate accid en ts. 
Rolan d Swartz was d riv in g south 
ov er the San Rafael ov erpass about 
2 am. Sun d ay when his car ran 
in to the rear of a southboun d truck 
operated by Louie Van Hecke of 
San Fran cisco. 
Swartz told highway patrol offic­ 
ers he d oesn ’t kn ow what happen ed 
an d believ ed the truck d id n ot hav e 
rear lights. Officers who in v estigat­ 
ed said the rear lights were burn in g 
an d gav e Swartz a citation for 
speed in g without d ue caution . 
Ruby Picillo an d Oliv e Squeri 
were in jured Sun d ay at about 
pm. when three bars hit bumper to 
bumper about 90 feet south of the 
Corte Mad era wye. 
STOPPED FOR SIGNAL 
John James Gallagher of San 
Fran cisco said he was stopped for a 
traffic sign al when his car was hit 
from behin d by a car d riv en by 
(Con tin ued on page 9) 


Black Point 
Man Shot On 
Deer Trip 


Doug Faulkner Hurt 
As Wife's Rifle 
Accidentally Fires 


FRAZIER PARK, Kern Coun- 
ty (/P)~A deer hunter’s wife shot 
him as they walked along a road 
north of here Sunday . 
Sheriffs Sg t. H. B. Miller said 
Doug las Faulkner, 26, of Black 
Point, Marin county , was serious­ 
ly wounded by a .25.35 slug 
which hit him in the rig ht leg 
between the knee and hip. After 
treatment here, he was taken to 
Mercy hospital, Bakersfield. 
Miller said Mrs. E l e a n o r 
Faulkner couldn’t ex plain how 
her g un was discharg ed, but the 
serg eant saicThe is conv inced the 
shooting was accidental. 
Hospital authorities reported 
Faulkner’s condition as fair to­ 
day . He is being treated for a 
smashed hip bone. 


Miller said a g ame warden 
took the i n j u r e d man into 
Frazier P a r k for emerg ency 
aid and he was later transferred 
to the Bakersfield hospital. 
Faulkner is the soh.of Nov ato 
J ustice of the Peace and Mrs. 
¡Georg e C. Faulkner. 


Coin v ict Shot In 
Escape Attempt 
CARSON CITY, Nev . MP>—A 32- 
year-old con v ict was shot to d eath 
last n ight as he tried to ov erpower 
two guard s an d escape from soli­ 
tary con fin emn t at the State pen i­ 
ten tiary here. 
The v ictim was John Paul Wil­ 
helm, who escape from the prison 
about a mon th ago an d on ly re­ 
cen tly was re-captured in Id aho. He 
was serv in g a 1-15 year burglary 
sen ten ce from Las Vegas. 


TEMPERATURES 


San I^fael (noon) .......— 
Yesterday ’s Hig h 
San Rafael ........................ 


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8 9 
San Fran^ro .... 
65 
Bakersfield---------------- 
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..... m iti( 1(111 iira< mmi i m 
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9 4 
T.m Ang #» le*__ tTIIT.... 
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Chicag o ................ ..... .... 
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Ballot 
Bond 


$1.25 A MONTH BY CARRIER 
No. 125 


Delay Indicated In 
Statement By Bagshaw 


There will probably be no bond issue for a civ ic center or 
courthouse ex pansion on the Nov ember 4 ballot, the chairman of 
Marin’s board of superv isors predicted today . 
Superv isor T. Fred Bag shaw declared 
session: 
at this morning ’s 


“ Reg ardless of what procedure we use, it will be almost im­ 
possible to g et any thing on the.. # ballot.** 
— 
+ He 


S' 
DI SI NTEGRATED 
Odd-Shaped 
Object 
Seen Here 


A flyin g object, shaped more like 
a sausage than a saucer, was sighted 
ov er Marin coun ty last n ight. 
It d isappeared —or d isin tegrated — 
soon after it was “ü ghted by Leo 
Strauss of Bret Harté Heights, San 
Rafael. 
Mrs. Strauss told the story tod ay. 
She said her husban d , gen eral 
man ager oí American Build in g 
Main ten an ce Compan y in San Fran ­ 
cisco, wgs workin g in the gard en be­ 
tween 9:30 an d 9:45 last n ight when 
he saw approachin g from the n orth 
“v ery large, blue-white object” 
which looked like a carbon arc 
light. 
It was about 50 feet lon g an d 
three to four feet d eep.. 
After he saw it, the object swept 
to the easterly d irection an d wen t 
out ov er the bay. There it v an ished . 
It seemed to be d roppin g sparks 
from its un d er sid e. It mad e n o 
n oise, an d could n ot hav e been the 
exhause from a jet plan e. 
Mrs. Strauss said the family home 
has a broad , sweepin g v iew of the 
area. Her husban d telephon ed Ham­ 
ilton Air Force Base, which ques­ 
tion ed Strauss about it. 
• 
But there was n o public release 
from the base tod ay. 


Skeleton Foun d 
At Ign acio Site 
A human skeleton in clud in g a 
skull, v ertebrae an d parts of the 
rest of the bod y was un earthed yes­ 
terd ay aftern oon about three feet 
un d ergroun d by an Ign acio man ex­ 
cav atin g for a cesspool^ 
Coron er Fran k J. Keaton said to­ 
d ay he believ es the skeleton is that 
of an In d ian sin ce In d ian shells 
were foun d alon gsid e the bon es. The 
skeleton , n ow in a box con tain er at 
Keaton ’s mortuary, will be sen t to 
the Un iv ersity of Californ ia for ex­ 
amin ation . 
Ben jamin D. Fowler of Route 1, 
Box 19, Ign acio, was excav atin g for 
a cesspool just off the highway south 
of Hamilton Air Force Base when 
he struck bon es about 1 pm. 


Hallinan Asks 


Truman Brief 


Him On Korea 


SAN FRANCISCO (U.R)—Labor at­ 
torn ey Vin cen t Hallin an , Progres­ 
siv e party can d id ate for Presid en t, 
tod ay asked that he receiv e the same 
briefin g on military strategy that 
Presid en t Truman has gran ted can ­ 
d id ates Dwight D. Eisen hower an d 
Ad lai Stev en son . 
Hallin an d ispatched a wire to the 
Presid en t requestin g the briefin g qn 
the Korean war in on e of his first 
acts sin ce return here after bein g 
released from McNeil Islan d fed eral 
pen iten tiary. He liv es in Ross. 
The ex-con v ict can d id ate serv ed 
n early fiv e mon ths of a six-mon th 
sen ten ce in prison for con tempt of 
court d urin g his d efen se of left-win g 
lon gshore lead er Harry Brid ges. 
“I am in full agreemen t with the 
grpat majority of the American 
people that the Korean war is futile, 
d an gerous an d costly, an d fftiould be 
brought to an immed iate con clusion 
by a cease fire at' the d wn arcaticn 
Un e alread y agreed upon ," Halli­ 
n an said in the wire. 
„ 
ANY GOOD REASONS? 
He asked that Truman flu him in 
on military strategy in ord er that 
he might d etermin e, whether there 
were an y un published reason s for 
con tin uin g the fightin g on the 
Asiatic pen in sula. 
At ft press con feren ce this morn ­ 
in g, Hallin an said he would con ­ 
d uct an aggressiv e campaign for 
peace an d for civ il rights. 
He also urged a meetin g of what 
tie called , the “big powers”—the 
U. S., Fran ce, En glan d , Russia an d 
Red Chin a—aroun d a peace table 
to settle east-west d ifferen ces an d 
called for “withd rawal of our arms 
from aroun d the world .” 
Hallin an said the “big powers” 
meetin g would be & step toward 
keepin g the world from d riftin g in to 
a third world war. 
DRIFT TOWARD WAR 
He ad d ed that & v ote for either 
Democratic or Republican parties 
would be an en d orsemen t of the 
ruin ous an d d estructiv e policy the 
coun try is n ow goin g through.” 
The Progressiv e can d id ate kicks 
off his campaign formally with 
peace rallies” this week in San 
Fran cisco an d Oaklan d . He then 
leav es on an exten d ed tour, stop­ 
pin g at Los An geles, Chicago, Phila­ 
d elphia an d New York. 
Hallin an said upon arriv al here 
yesterd ay the party n eed s on ly 
3,000,000 v otes “to put a block in 
the road to war.” 
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Sausalito Plane Crashes 
Killing San Francisco Man 


mad e the commen t as the 
superv isors open ed a hearin g on the 
pubUc build in gs report submitted 
last week by Plan n in g Director 
Mary Robin son Summers. Bagshaw 
said It is a “d ecision importan t 
en ough n ot to make hastily — but 
n ot to be un n ecessarily d elayed .” 
NO ACTION TAKEN 
Howev er, the board took n o ac­ 
tion tod ay because on e of its four 
members — George G. Whiteley of 
San Rafael — is out of the coun ty 
on v acation . On ly a brief d iscussion 
was held . 
A bon d issue for $ 1,250,000 to con ­ 
struct two win gs on the 80-year-old 
courthouse in d own town San Rafael 
has been seriously men tion ed by the 
superv isors. The plan to build the 
win gs was d elayed late in Jun e 
when the San Rafael Chamber of 
Commerce suggested an altern ativ e 
plan to build a civ ic cen ter outsid e 
the con gested cen ter of the city. 
This was referred to the plan n in g 
commission for its suggestion s. 
Carl Zoelln er, structural en gin e­ 
er for the projected courthouse an ­ 
n ex, said he an d architect Clyd e 
Trud ell had prepared a report on 
the plan n in g commission ’s 43-page 
d ocumen t, it was to be mad e av ail­ 
able later tod ay to the superv isprs. 
The board will con sid er the public 
build in gs report again at 11 am. 
n ext Mon d ay, with whiteley pres­ 
en t. 
V:-::.* - .ITI: ^ . 
Superv isors Bagsha^, William D. 
Fusselman , an d James V. Kehoe 
said they would express their opin ­ 
ion s at the Mon d ay session . 
HOW ABOUT NOISE? 
The d iscussion was lighten ed to­ 
d ay by a report from Roilan d B. 
Hammon d , San Rafael plan n in g 


A' Sausalito plan e, ren ted to a 
San Fran cisco plywood salesman , 
crashed Saturd ay n ear Auburn , kill­ 
in g the pilot. . 
A San Quen tin guard n arrowly 
missed bein g the secon d casualty of 
the crash when he got out of the 
plan e just before the takeoff to 
lighten the load .' 
Dead is a man id en tified as James 
G. McCurd y, 38, of San Fran cisco, an 
employee of Associated PlyWood 
Mills. The plan e which he was pilot­ 
in g crashed when it was un able to 
gain altitud e as it was takin g off 


from Lake Combe n ear Auburn . Me. 
Curd y attempted to turn the plan e 
back to the lake, but crashed in to a 
hill sid e. 
His mother, Mrs. Margaret Ray 
McCurd y of Eureka, who has been 
v isitin g in Europe for the last four 
mon ths will return tomorrow to San 
Fran cisco to learn that the son* she 
expected to meet was killed . 
San Quen tin guard Arthur Fur­ 
n ess, 25, reported to sheriff’s d epu­ 
ties the pair had taken off from 
Commod ore Air Serv ice on Richard ­ 
son Bay, Sausalito, Saturd ay morn ­ 


in g, in the amphibious plan e, Ht 
said he had plan n ed to fly back with 
McCurd y but left the plan a at the 
last min ute to lighten it 
Robert Don ald Law of the Com­ 
mod ore serv ice, said yesterd ay the 
$ 2,500 plan e was a total wreck an d 
that it was n ot cov ered by in suran ce. 
It was on e of four plan es operated 
by the firm. 
“It is the first time In the fiv e 
years we hav e been operatin g that 
we hav e had a crash like that,” Law 
said . “You can imagin e this is a 
pretty grim d ay for us.” 


BOND I SSUE 
DRI VE FOR 
S.R. STARTS 


Supervisors Order Probe Of 
Testimony About Jury Mail 


Marin s up e rv iso rs d en ied this 
morn in g an y respon sibility for the 
mis-callin g of a murd er trial jury 
last week an d chid ed Sheriff Walter 
SeUmer for implyin g un d er oath 
that they were at fault 
They also ord ered a probe of tes­ 
timon y by SeUmer an d Coun ty Clerk 
George a Jon es mad e before Jud ge 
Thomas F. Keatin g after a jury 
pan el of 180 had to be released be-, 
cause they had been summon ed by 
ord in ary mall in stead of registered 
letters. 
A jury of 12 was to hav e been 
selected to pass upon the guilt or 
in n ocen ce of two San Quen tin eon » 
Victs on trial for the murd er of two 


Selimer said last week that an jeept when especially requested ,’ 
“econ omy” mov e by the superv isors Be said . 
in ord erin g all mail to be processed 
SeUmer ad mitted that his in lor- 
through a postage meter was re­ 
spon sible for the foul-up. 
“That was absolutely in error,” 
Superv isor William D. Fusselman 
said tod ay. “We’v e n ew ord ered a 
stoppage on sen d in g out jury sum­ 
mon ses by registered mail ” 
Jon es explain ed to Selimer an d 
the board that if the sheriff’s office 
had wan ted 150 registered letters to 
be sen t out, this would hav e been 
d on e on request. 
“The board said last win ter that 
all mail was to be ordiwwy mail ca­ 


rn ation about the “econ omy” mov e 
was secon d -han d , though he had 
testified to it after the jurors had 
been d ismissed . Board Chairman T. 
FTed Bagshaw mild ly rebuked him 
for makin g such assumption s un d er 
oath. 
“We'v e been un justly subjected to 
a lot of public criticism for this,” 
Bagshaw said . 
The board then ord ered that the 
court record s be examin ed for a 
word -by-word accoun t of what Seli­ 
mer an d Jon es said on the witn ess 


Rapid Tran sit" 
Need s Surv ey 
Ord ered By Un it 
SAN FRANCISCO (U.R)—The Bay 
Area Rapid Tran sit commission said 
tod ay the firm of Deleuw-Cather 
an d compan y has been en gaged to 
make a prelimin ary coord in ated 
surv ey of rapid tran sportation n eed s 
in San Fran cisco an d eight other 
bay area coun ties, 
The firm has been en gaged to 
make the $ 10,000 surv ey as a basis 
for a request to the n ext session of 
the state legislature for exten sion 
of the commission ’s life to Decem­ 
ber, 1955. 
A. M. Cohan , the commission ’s 
executiv e secretary, said the surv ey 
is the first coord in ate^ stud y to be 
mad e of the bay areas tran sit 
n eed s. 
The commission also will ask for 
an ad d ition al appropriation from 
the legislature to carry cm its work. 
It was created by the legislature last 
year with a $50,©00 appropriation . 
Prov ision was mad e for exten d in g 
the commission for two years from 
Dec. 31, 1953. 


con sultan t who assisted Mrs. Sum­ 
mers In the public build in gs report. 
He said he had taken a n oise lev el 
meter — kn own to rad io an d tele­ 
v ision aud ien ces as an “applause 
meter” — an d had surv eyed the 
n oise of v arious suggested civ ic 
cen ter sites. 
v; 
He said the Freitas ran ch site 
n orth of San Rafael was the n ois­ 
iest, some three d ecibels ov er San 
Quen tin wye An d all of the Marin 
sites proposed ran from 70 to 80 
d ecibels, about the same as a n or­ 
mal busy city street. 
San Fran cisco civ ic cen ter d urin g 
the rush hour ran about 85 d ecibels, 
he said . 
IT COST $ 2,707 
In other matters relatin g to the 
courthouse an d civ ic cen ter problem, 
the superv isors: 
1—Receiv ed a report on the cost 
of the public build in gs report, total­ 
in g $ 2,707.52, of which $ 1,651 was 
Hammon d ’s fee. 
2—Was told by Carmel Booth, 
represen tin g Civ ic Improv emen t 
club of San An selmo, that the or» 
gan ization opposes expan sion of the 
courthouse an d fav ors, abov e other 
sites, the Freitas ran ch. 
3—Were told by Stan ley C. Lowry, 
San Rafael Chamber of Commerce 
man ager, that the board of d irec­ 
tors will meet Wed n esd ay to make 
its r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s on the 
problem. 
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Belvedere Council 
Sets Budget Meeting 
Sped ai bud get meetin g of Belv e­ 
d ere city coun cil is sched uled for 
t pm,. tod ay in Belv ed ere commun * 
ifchslL 


The mayor’s committee, seek­ 
in g passage of a $ 1,040,000 com­ 
mun ity ban d issue in San Rafael 
on October 7, began Its fin an ce 
d riv e tod ay, accord in g to Chair­ 
man J. B. Rice. 
♦ 
“We n eed to commun icate to 
the v oters of San Rafael the 
n eed for these issues,” Rice said . 
“It is an attempt, at on e time, 
to brin g the city up to par.” 


Two charter amen d men ts an d 
sev en bon d issues—in v olv in g 
d rain age, sewers, streets, library 
an d city hall ad d ition s an d n ew 
fire alarms an d a fire sub-sta­ 
tion are on the ballot. 


Appoin ted to th e fin an ce 
committee were Clyd e A. Stev ­ 
en s, Rufus Rhoad es, an d Jot 
Xamperti. Stan ley Lowry, sec- 
mary-man ager of toe San Ra­ 
fael chamber of commercé, was 
elected treasurer. 


Should Work Out Pact 
For Sewer, Says Sims 
District Attorn ey Richard M. Sims 
tod ay in formed the board of super­ 
v isors that an agreemen t should be 
worked out between Mead ows De­ 
v elopmen t Compan y an d Almon te 
San itary d istrict ov er future ac­ 
quisition by the d istrict of the Al­ 
mon te boulev ard sewer lin e. 
The compan y is n ow layin g the 
sewer for its n ew Tamalpais Valley 
subd iv ision . 


$5,000 Fund To 
Tiburón Highway 
Plan 
Asked 


Marin coun ty would be wise to set 
up a $ 5,000 fun d for plan n in g a 
four-lan e highway from Alto to 
Tiburó n , the coun ty plan n in g d i­ 
rector told the superv isors tod ay. 
Mary Robin son Summers, the 
plan n in g d irector, mad e the recom­ 
men d ation in a letter to the coun ty 
board . 
But the coun ty d oesn ’t hav e the 
mon ey for such a project in v olv in g 
the thoroughfare, which is a state 
highway. That was the commen t by 
both Chairman T. Fred Bagshaw 
an d Superv isor James V. Kehoe. 
Mrs. Summers pred icted that there 
would be a 200 per cen t traffic in 
crease in the n ext 20 years. With 
d ev elopmen t of Tiburó n pen in sula, 
she said ^ihe “poor align men t” of 
the two lan e highway will emise ther 
an d 
used for 
aerial photographs which could be 
fitted in to a topographic map. This 
is by far the cheapest way of Sur­ 
v eyin g the pen in sula, Mrs. Summers 
claimed . 
Tiburon -Alto highway experien ced 
the secon d greatest in crease in traf­ 
fic of an y state highway in the en ­ 
tire state between 1950 an d 1951. 
In its official publication last De­ 
cember, the state d iv ision of high­ 
ways reported that weekd ay traffic 
had in creased 27 per cen t an d Sun ­ 
d ay traffic 53 percen t in the on e- 
year period . 
Mrs. Summers n oted in her letter 
tod ay that the road would be con ­ 
sid ered low priority for the state 


but 
highway system as a whole, 
should be con sid ered high 
for Marin coun ty. 
The Deffebach in terests, own ers o f». 
much of the pen in sula traffic, hav e ; 
urged action on improv emen t of this 
) 
highway. Mrs. Summers said they: 
hav e offered to giv e lan d for rights- 
of-way. 
“Where are we goin g to get the ( 
mon ey?” asked Bagshaw. “After all« f 
it’s a state respon sibility,” 
“I d on ’t kn ow about that,” re* % 
spon d ed Mrs. Summers. “But it’s a i 
way of en ticin g them (the state) to 
get somethin g d on a about Ov a yean ' 
ahead of time.” 
“Can we en tice them without • 
mon ey?” asked toe chairman . 
“It’s just a suggestion ,” respon d ­ 
ed the plan n er. She suggested fur» 
to stets ai m1 
v isor* toftk- 
the letter “un d er ad v isemen t.” 
ficlaJs about it. 
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A DEEP FREEZER WI NNER SAYS 
‘I T'S ONE THI NG I DON'T NEED1 
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Nov ato Lion s d ub is build in g up a fun d by sellin g prize tickets. 
A cltib member approached Paul Ciampi of San Rafael, a 
promin en t Lion , an d asked him to buy a book of tickets. ‘TJein g that 
I am a good Lion , I d id ,” said uiampi. He en tered the n ame of his 
firm, the Marin Prod uce Compan y, on the ticket stubs. 
Marin Prod uce Compan y is on e of the largest wholesalers of 
frozen food s in Marin coun ty. 
Came time for the award s yesterd ay, an d the n ame of Marin 
Prod uce Compan y was d rawn —for a d eep freezer. 
Notified of toe award this morn in g, Ciampi commen ted : 
“Why, we all hav e them d own here. It’s toe on e thin g I d on ’t 
n eed . 
“I guess 111 hav e to sell it.” 
(For further d etails, see page 2.) 


Ask Stop Sign 
In Greenbrae 


Superv isor William D. Fusselman 
said tod ay he will check on a re­ 
quest by Green brae resid en ts for 
erection of a “stop” sign at a re­ 
ported ly d an gerous In tersection 1 
b 
toe tract. 
A d elegation from the subd iv is­ 
ion said toe sign , stoppin g Los Cer* 
ros d riv e traffic where it en ters AI- 
man or d riv e, is v ital to the safety 
of child ren . 
The sign has been en d orsed by 
Green brae Property Own ers 
elation . 


Cab Driv er Plead s 
In n ocen t To 
Robbery Charges 
SAN FRANCISCO (ft*)—In a loud , 
firm v oice, cab d riv er An thon y Ge- 
lin i, 44, plead ed “in n ocen t” tod ay of 
charges in v olv in g him in a recen t 
$ 20,000 ban k robbery here. 
“Do you mean you are plead in g 


Community Fair Closes 
With Awards Of Prizes 


n ot guilty?” Fed eral Jud ge Michael 
J. Roche asked Gelin i. 
“Not guilty,” Gelin i repeated . 
Jud ge Roche set Gelin i’s trial for 
Sept. 22 on three cha:ges — aid in g 
an d comfortin g a ban k robber as 
accessory after toe fact; receiv in g 
stolen ban k fun d s, an d tran sportin g 
$ 17,000 of toe stolen mon ey in a 
wild rid e to Ren o. 


AMERICAN 
New York 
202 000 000-4 10 0 
Boston 
000 DIO 100-2 5 I 
Raschi As Berra; Trout, Ben ton 
(9) & White. 


Merit System Canvass 
The superv isors plan n ed this af­ 
tern oon to can v ass toe v ote by 
comity employees on a proposed 
merit system. 


A six-d ay trip to Hawaii an d a 
host of other prizes were award ed 
yesterd ay as the gates closed on toe 
secon d an n ual Marin Commun ity 
fair an d Home Show which attracted 
22,000 v isitors in fiv e d ays. 
Win n er of the trip to the islan d s 
was William Berkheiser of Tiburon . 
His lucky ad mission ticket n umber 
won him toe gran d prize. 
Marin child ren fared well, also. 
Door prizes d on ated by the San Ra­ 
fael Toy Shop wen t to Don ald Rob­ 
ertson of Corte Matters, Robert 
Troutman of Nov ato; San d ra Egen - 
berger, Terry Thompson , Sharlyn 
Betts, Bev erly Horris, an d Den n is 
Dewey of San Rafael; an d Ed ith 
Williams of In v ern ess. 
Other d oor prizes were d on ated by 
the Red wood Sport shop, Lin coln 
Bait store, Western Sport shop, 
Tav eggia-Brusati. P a e i f i c stores, 
Old ham pharmacy, Vossbrin k phar­ 
macy, Watson Jewelry store, Cazas- 
sa’s Men ’s store, Schwartz Brothers, 
Blumen feld theatres, Casa Marin , 
Royce Departmen t store, Sarrae’s, 
Mezzera’s, Albert’s d epartmen t store, 
Corey’s restauran t, In d epen d en l- 
Joumal, an d Moore’s Can d ies. 
Free rid e tickets for 2,000 child ren 
were supplied by the Marin Coun ty 
^Rttl Estate board, Marin 


association , Sub-Con tractors’ asso­ 
ciation of Northern Californ ia, Buzz 
Kilbom Tire serv ice, Ralph E. 
Murphy & Son s, Coca Cola Bottlin g 
compan y, Farmers* In suran ce group 
an d the Marin Jun ior Chamber of 
Commerce, spon sor of toe fair. 
A home show Which d rew thou­ 
san d s of spectators to the gigan tic 
big top was co-spon sored by the 
real estate board , the build ers’ asso­ 
ciation , the Gas an d Electric Ap- 
plian ce Dealers’ association , an d thl 
sub-con tractors’ group. 


Robert Wun d er 
Nov ato, Shot 
Accid en tally 
A 26-year-old Nov ato man waft 
shot in toe right should er early yes­ 
terd ay when his .22 calibre rifle ac­ 
cid en tally d ischarged in his car. 
Robert F. Wun d er of 607 Dav id ­ 
son street was taken to San Ra­ 
fael Gen eral hospital by police for 
treatmen t of his woun d which - was 
said to be min or. 
Wun d er told police the gun wen t 
off as he d rov e alon g Highway 101 
n ear San Rafael. 


Almcrants Returns, 
Prepares Agenda 
Mill Valley city man ager Alex 
Almcran ts return ed to his d esk to­ 
d ay alter & week v acation in the 
Star lake area of the High Sierra. 
Major item on his agen d a is n ext 
Wed n esd ay n ight’s meetin g of Mill 
Valley city coun cil when toe city 
bud get an d toe con trov ersial master 
plan proposal come up for f i n a l 
d ecision . 


Budget Put Off 
Coun ty superv isors tod ay put ev er 
un til n ext Mon d ay d ecision on toe 
1952-53 coun ty bud get. 


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"The first party who answered the ad boug ht the 
chesterfield and chair/* say s Mrs. Wm. Saltz of 1395 Clin­ 
ton, San Rafael. "A lot of buy ers read Independent -Journal 
want ads ev ery nig ht for g ood buy s!** 


Furniture and household g oods sell in record time 
throug h low-cost Independent -Journal want ads. If y ou 
hav en't tried one, do so this week. If y ou're listed in the 
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Ike Ready For South, 
Adlai Prepares Tour 


Commuters Meet 


To Get Funds 


The U.S. Navy's newest Banshee, twin-jet, 
carrier-based fighter returns to Lambert*St. 
Louis municip al airp ort after a routine test 
flight over the Missouri river. The F2H-3 is 
larger than the p revious F2H-2 Banshee. It is 


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By The Associated Bret» 


The p residential camp aign took 
on a southern accent today, with 
things p op p ing in four Dixie states 
and the Rep ublican nominee eyeing 
p rop ects in that Democratic strong­ 
hold. 
At Jack soA, Mississip p i, Demo­ 
crats were p ulling three ways as 
they gathered for a state conven­ 
tion. One faction back s Democratic 
p residential nominee Adlai Steven­ 
son, the other is for GOP nominee 
Dwight Eisenhower and the third 
p refers a third-p arty southerner to 
either. 


Novato Lions Club Awards 
Prizes Shown In Model Home 


y Lost In High 


ierra Tells Of 


leven Days Alone 
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SONORA (/P) — Brent Bradberry 
day told a hair-raising story of 
)W he survived seven days alone 
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the High Sierra using Boy Scout 
ow-how. 
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The husk y Lynnwood, Calif., youth, 
today, walk ed into a camp Sat- 
day, a week after he vanished on 
fishing trip . Amazed doctors here 
id his p hysical condition was p er- 
tct, excep t for sore feet and bruises. 
Brent had a birthday reunion at 
a. m. today with his father, Wen- 
ft Bradberry, who had Just return- 
from searching in another sec- 
on of the mountains. They p lan- 
5d to drive later in the day to Los 
ngeles, where the father is an ex- 
¡utive for Sears Roebuck & Co. 


FOLLOWED A STREAM 
Brent followed k stream, Cherry 
rack , downstream. Estimates of 
te distance he tramp ed, waded, 
^am and tumbled ranged from 20 
i 50 miles. 
*Tha third day out,’* Brent re- 
ted, T went over the falls. I'd 
on work ing my way down the 
er, sometimes wading, sometimes 
mming, when all of a sudden I 
caught in a heavy swirl of 
ter. I was dragged downstream 
o miles and went over a number 
cascades and two waterfalls, one 
ut 20 feet. 
^“Somehow, there was a bend in 
tfte river and I managed to hang 
gnto a big rock and p ull myself 
Op t • • • X get out sop p ing wet, but 
0und an old, rotten redwood tree, 
« stoop ed out a nice bed and crawled 
. . . It wah warm and I slep t all 
night.” 
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f The dark -haired lad said he was 
« feared only the first night, when 
saw some wolf track s and later 
•¿coup le of lean wolves” Foresters 
fceneve he had mistak en coyotes for 
Solves. 


ATE PINE NUTS 
* Young Bradberry said he’s eaten 
qj&ly some p ine nuts, juicy leaves, 
d p ep p ers and dried ap ricots he 
d. He also found two p airs of 
era at an abandoned camp to 
orce his own p ants — worn 
h at the seat from sliding 
*e r rock s and underbrush, 
f Bis trek took him from Emigrant 
Bak e to a p oint 35 miles east of 
Bbnora. The area is on the north­ 
west fringe of Yosemite National 


j Brent was united yesterday with 
an aunt and uncle, Mr. and; Mrs. 
Jack Osborne, of Yuma, Ariz., who 
hp d flown here for the hunt. 
His father had started into the 
tiighton Lak e area yesterday, be- 
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learning of Brent’s escap e from 
wilderness. 
rThe search utilized five p rivate 
mes, one Coast Guard and on« 
|. S. Forest Service p lane, dogs and 
ses, costing an estimated $5,000. 


Prizes Given 


St: Anselm's 


Awarding of a 1952 Pontiac sedan 
to Dr. Frank A. Solomon of 150 
Nadins, way, Greenbrae, climaxed 
the seventh annual St. Anselm’s 
church festival at San Anselmo 
yesterday. 
Other p rize winners: 
G. Milani, 115 Van Tassel court, 
San Anselmo, an electric 
mixer; 
Mrs. Maude M. Viazard, 123 Mad­ 
rono avenue, Lark sp ur, a bask et of 
groceries; Mrs. Josep h McAllister, 
6 Inman avenue, Kentfield, chaise 
lounge; Joan Ap p lebaum, 50 Martn- 
ita avenue, San Rafael, clock -rsdio. 
Connie Henneberry, « 8 Florence 
avenue, San Anselmo, tricycle; A. 
W. Lea, 5 AJmenar drive. Green­ 
brae, silk comforter, Mrs. May 
Jones, 218 Sir Francis Drak e boule­ 
vard, San Anselmo, afghan; Peg 


At 7th 


Festival 


Certificate Given 
Fagnani By Murray 
For Bank Course 


At the regular monthly meeting of 
the board of directors of the First 
National Bank in San Rafael and 
the Bank of San Rafael, W. P. Mur­ 
ray, p resident, p resented adfcertifi- 
cafce of graduation to E. T. Fagnani 
from the School of Financial Pub­ 
lic Relations of Northwestern Uni­ 
versity, Chicago. 
Fagnani was secretary of the class 
and a testimonial was given to him 
signed by all members of the class 
voting him as the outstanding p up il 
of the class of 1951-1952. 


Ravel, 38 Oak Knoll avenue, San 
Anselmo, lace tablé cloth. 
Proceeds of the festival go to St. 
Anselm’s church and school. Co- 
chairmen of the event were the Rev. 
Josep h O'Connell and Josep h Arata. 
Following is a list of award win­ 
ners in the Children’s Pet Show 
which took p lace at the festival in 
San Anselmo over the week end: 
Class 1, largest p et: First—Great 
Dane, Bob Quinlan; second—Boxer, 
Barbara Bullock . 
Class 2, smallest p et: First—gold 
fish, Virginia Carter; second — 
mouse, Bob Del Tredici. 
Class 3, most unusual p et: F irst- 
snak es, Jerry Connors; second *- 
turtle, Paula McNamee. 
Class 4, best-look ing dog: F irst- 
Collie, Sandra Plate; second—Setter 
p up , Charles Morp hy. 
Class 5, best-look ing cat: First— 
Siamese, Patricia Yeager; second- 
black cat, Caroline Younger. 
Sp ecial awards went to Gary Gil­ 
bert with a “baby bottle” k itten and 
to Suzie Adam for having the best- 
dressed cat. 
An extra feature of the show was 
the ap p earance df “Zombie,” a 
Sp ider Monk ey, who was disp layed 
by Mrs. Victoria Fox of the Three 
Foxes p et shop in San Rafael. 
The well - k nown Indep endent« ! 
Journal p rize dog “Ink y” demon­ 
strated his ability in obedience tests 
given by his owner, David Del Tred­ 
ici. The dog was won in a contest 
sp onsored by the Indep endent- 
Joumal a few years ago. 


Children's Art 
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Work Shown 
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Work of several score children 
who took p art in the Mill Valley 
recreation p rograms* p ainting class­ 
es were disp layed Friday in Old Mill 
school. 
The p aintings and designs went 
on disp lay first, followed by p anto­ 
mime sk its and a motion p icture. 
The art work was “free p ainting,” 
according to Mrs, Lillian Anderson, 
46 Cyp ress avenue, who is in charge 
of the p rogram’s crafts units. Chil­ 
dren were given a p iece of p ap er 
three feet long and as wide as they 
desired. Some, lik e Wendy Eisler in 
the adjoining p hoto, two p ieces, 12 
feet wide. 
The children Were allowed to p aint 
what they desired. No instruction 
was given, Mrs. Anderson said, but 
all p aints, brushes and equip ment 
were furnished. 
Most of the work was dona in 
014 Mill p ark and Park school. 


No Endorsement 
By Woodacre Group 
On New Supervisor 


Woodacre Imp rovement club is 
“mak ing no recommendations” to 
Gov. Earl Warren on ap p ointment 
of a sup ervisor from the fifth dist­ 
rict, the club secretary declares. 
In ^letter addressed to San Ger- 
onimo Valley association M. I. 
Christie, secretary of the Woodacre 
organization, said that the club “at 
a regular meeting*. . .unanimously 
decided not to endorse the ap p oint­ 
ment of Mr. (Randolp h N.) Petter- 
sen.” 
A cop y of the letter was sent to 
the governor. 
distil eafd rep resentatives of 
the Woodacre club*« board attended 
the last board of directors meeting 
of the valley group and rep orted 
back . Pettersen, a former third dis­ 
trict sup ervisor, is chairman of the 
valley association directorate. 


In Alabama, the first serious GOP 
threat since 1928 had Democratic 
p arty leaders whoop ing it up for 
today’s homecoming of Sen. John 
Sp ark man, the Democratic nominee 
for vice p resident. 


SUSPENSION WARNED 
In 
Ark ansas, 
Democrats 
were 
told they could be susp ended for two 
years if, after having voted in the 
Democratic p rimary, they sup p ort 
the GOP tick et at the p olls on Nov. 
4. 
In Louisiana, Rep ublicans organ­ 
izing Eisenhower’s state camp aign 
ran into an up surge of p arty strife. 
Still at odds were Eisenhower back ­ 
ers and sup p orters of Ohio’s Sen. 
Robert Taft. 
At Denver, it was learned Eisen­ 
hower is arranging an unp recented 
whirlwind invasion of p erhap s a 
dozen major cities in at least seven 
southern states. 
The Stevenson headquarters at 
Sp ringfield, 111., was also astir with 
sp eechmak ing p rep arations. Sen. A. 
5. Mik e Monroney of Ok lahoma, 
chairman of the Democrats’ Sp eak ­ 
ers Bureau, said a team of 100 ora­ 
tors will range country-wide. 
READY FOR VACATION 
Stevenson himself tak es off for a 
brief vacation. Indications were he 
would k eep up with his chores as 
Illinois governor, when he returns, 
and still stay on camp aign schedule. 
The official “k ick off” address by 
him will be at Detroit on Labor Day, 
coinciding with President Truman’s 
initial camp aign sp eech at Milwau­ 
k ee. 
A few days later, Stevenson’s 
p lans will tak e him stump ing to .the 
west coast and p ossibly the south­ 
west, with a southern junk et a bit 
afterward. 
In Washington, the Americans for 
Democratic action (ADA), which 
sought Eisenhower’s nomination for 
President four years ago, op p osed 
his bid as the GOP candidate this 
year. 


Col. William Gerton of the No­ 
vato Lions club yesterday .announced 
the winners of the p rizes which 
Volunteers from th, six commuter | have ^ 
on dl£ p lay " the model 
home erected by the club in Novato. 
Novatans who collected awards 


clubs in Marin will solicit contribu­ 
tions from commuters tomorrow 
morning. 
Announcement of p lans for the 
money raising was made today by 
Walter J. Lundblad of Novato, chair­ 
man of the fund committee of Mar­ 
in Federation of Commuter clubs. 
Each commuter, he said, will be 
ask ed to give a dollar or more to a 
“fighting fund.” 
Proceeds will be used both to p ay 
the costs of legal rep resentation in 
op p osing the Timothy J. Manning 
ap p lication to tak e over Pacific 
Greyhound lines local op erations in 
Marin county, and to “p rotect the 
commuters* interests” in any future 
p roceedings, he declared. 
Clubs in Saus&lito, Mill Valley, 
Lark sp ur-Corte Madera, the Ross 
Valley area, San Rafael, and Novato 
will man bus stop s in their own 
areas to solicit the funds. Contribu­ 
tions also will be tak en at the Fer­ 
ry building and Seventh street sta­ 
tion in San Francisco. 
Leaflets reminding commuters of 
the fund drive were to be distrbuted 
this afternoon at the Ferry build­ 
ing. 
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The leaflet states that commuter 
clubs have borne the entire cost of 
the Manning case to date. County 
funds were last used in * two-year- 
old rate case, p ayment for which 
was recently up held in a San Mateo 
county court case. 


were Dr. Sidney Kerston, who won 
a radio; Leland Hill, a toaster; Alice 
Colebourn, an electric mixer; R. C. 
Briggs Jr., a bask et of groceries; 
Peter Magetti, a table model tele­ 
vision set: and Marin Produce Com­ 
p any, a deep freezer. (See story on 
p age one). 
Luck y out-of-towners were Frank 
Rosie of Wasco who won two p rizes: 
a coffee table and two dinners at 
Marson Marin, Novhto cafe; Charles 
Pracy, who won a television lamp ; 
B. L. Grossi of Santa Rosa, a coffee 
mak er and Mrs. R. G Baldi, a tire. 
Lions who officiated at the draw­ 
ing^ were Col. Gerton, Dr. Josep h 
Sereda, Chester Kiesel, and Charles 
R. Johnson. 


Play To Be Named 
For Novato Group 


Five p lays were p r e s e nt e d to 
members of Novato’s little theatre 
group at its meeting last week , one 
of which will be selected as the 
group ’s next p roduction. 
Neill Whitman was chosen to di­ 
rect and cast the p lay, and as di­ 
rector will choose which p lay will be 
p roduced in the early fall. 
! , 
The group , sp onsored by Novato 
Imp rovement club, will meet again 
August 28, when the p lay selection 
will be announced and casting com­ 
menced. 


Chief Wood Returns 
From Police Confab 


Police Chief Donald T. Wood of 
San Anselmo returned Saturday 
from a four-day conference of the 
state Police Officers Association 
held in Long Beach. 
A total of 686 
p olice chiefs, 
sheriffs, district attorneys and ad­ 
ministrators from California met to 
discuss imp rovements in law en­ 
forcement during the Wednesday 
to Saturday meet. 
Rep resentatives from Sabsalito 
and Mill Valley also attended. 


The attractive % three - bedroom 
model home where the p rizes have 
been on disp lay was erected by the 
Novato Lions club to be sold to raise 
funds for a community recreation 
p roject. The home is op en for in­ 
sp ection every day excep t Monday 
from one to six. 


Bids To Be Opened 
For Novato Building 
Bids for a commercial structure on 
Grant avenue in Novato’s business 
district will be op ened Wednesday 
at First National banfc in Novato, 
according to Gerald McPhail, owner 
of the p rop erty which adjoins Karl’s 
Klub. 
The back half of the 25-by-70 foot 
lot will be reserved for off street 
p ark ing, McPhail said. 
The county p lanning commission­ 
ers will hold a hearing the same 
night and will consider an adjust­ 
ment to p ermit off street p ark ing in 
the area which is smaller than re­ 
quired by regulations. 


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3nbrpmhfttt-lflttr«al. Monday. Aug. 18, 1952 
Larkspur Firemen 
Put Out Blazes 


Larkspur firemen put out two 
sm all grass fires over the weekend 
without dam age to property. 
At 10:45 pm . Saturday, firemen 
were called to stop a trash fire at 
Heather Gardens on Williams street 
which threatened to get out of con­ 
trol It was extinguished in a few 
minutes. 
Sunday evening, grass behind the 
gram m ar school buildings on M ag­ 
nolia avenue caught fire from un­ 
known causes, but the blase was 
confined to a few square feet. 


LYNMOUTH, England (/P> — Thç 
toll of known dead rose to 22 today 
with 12 others 
missing 
in 
flash 
floods that struck a 15-mile stretch 
of 
Southwest 
England’s 
holiday 
coast Saturday and almost washed 
this picturesque resort town out to 
sea, 
v 


Police said it may 
be 
another 
week before the final toll is known. 
The coast was crowded -with holi­ 
day ers when the flood struck and 
it was feared some missing persons 


might not even be reported yet. 
Meanwhile, Army engineers rac­ 
ed desperately against newly threat­ 
ening skies to corral the 
surging 
Lyn River, using dynamite and bull­ 
dozers to get it back to its course. 
It was feared a further water pile- 
up would spread the still widespread 
flood waters to a greater area. 
Threatening gales and more rain 
were forecast for later today. 


First estim ates put the property 
damage in* the whole flooded area 
at over seven million pounds, almost 
two million dollars. * 


The catastrophe’s full force fell 
cm Lynmouth, a picture postcard 
little holiday resort which turned 
into 
a 
boulder-strewn 
shambles 
when cloudbursts Friday 
changed 
the placid little Lyn into a torrent 
boiling through the main street. 


SEOUL, (A*) — The center of a 
typhoon—with winds up to 100 miles 
an hour—hit K orea’s West Coast 
today a t Kunsan, 8 0 miles south of 
Seoul, and roared on 
scross 
this 
peninsula toward the Sea of Japan . 


There was no report of dam age 
‘but the ship-wrecking storm brought 
torrential 
rains 
to 
all of South 
Korea. Four to five inches of rain 
were predicted for the battlefront 
tonight. 


In Pusan, on the southeastern tip 
of the peninsula, 3% inches of rain 
fell and wind gusts up to 75 miles 
an hour lashed the area. 


A U. S. Air Force weather expert 
said winds of 50 to 60 miles an hour 
would whip high exposed places cm 
the battlefront. 


S tiff winds buffeted Seoul 
but 
the storm ’s main force moved about 
25 miles south of the city. 


Power of the storm decreased as 
it passed overland. The Air Fore 2 
weather expert said it may pick 
up poyer when it hits the 
Sea of 
Jap an and swerves 
toward Hok­ 
kaido, northernmost island of Japan. 


Before sweeping inland, the ty­ 
phoon wrecked one ship near Oki­ 
nawa. A second ship is two days 
overdue after 
radioing it was in 
trouble. 


Americans used an oil drum raft 
yesterday to rescue 40 to 43 passen­ 
gers and crew aboard the Japanese 
motor vessel Tokushin Maru. 
The 
ship broke up on rocks near the 
island of Miyako, about 160 miles 
south of Okinawa. A woman and 
her two sm all children were lost. 
Six American planes and a U. S. 
destroyer searched for the 
Czech 
ship 
Republika 
with 
8 3 persons 
aboard. The vessel was reported in 
distress about 
250 miles 
east 
of 
Shanghai. 


New Building Firm To 
Get State License 


SACRAMENTO 
(CNS) 
— The 
contractors state license board has 
announced that Progressive Builders, 
Inc., 32 Woodland avenue, San R a­ 
fael, has qualified for a general 
building contractors license, which 
will be issued in 20 days 4 unless 
written protest is filed. 


Hallman Out 
Of Prison, Ready 
For His Campaign 


SAN FRANCISCO, (ff) - Vincent 
W. Hallinan, Progressive party can­ 
didate just out of federal 
prison, 
today promised a presidential cam ­ 
paign to make the voters “grateful 
that we offer them an alternative 
to the two old parties." 


Some 300 supporters greeted the 
weathy San Francisco attorney at 
the airport on his return yesterday 
from McNeil Island, Wash., Federal 
prison. 
Hallinan, 55, had served nearly 
five months of a six-month con­ 
tempt of court sentence. 
It was 
pronounced after his stormy defense 
of union leader Harry Bridges at 
a perjury-conspiracy trial involving 
Comunist party membership. 


RECEPTI ON FOR GENERAL CLARK'S WI FE 
Attempts at appeasement by Mrs. Mark Clark just don’t mean 
a thing to this little Korean. Lusty crying and a lot of tears are the 
answer to the big smile a n * the dangling wrist watch offered by the 
wife of the U B. Far Eastern commander on her visit to Severance 
hospital in wkr-damaged Seoul. Mrs. Clark, visiting Korea with 
Gen. Clark, inspected the hospital August 12, and saw the care 
given tragic little war victims. The hospital is supported by several 
U.S. Protestant and groups. 
TAP Wirephoto.) 


Store Hours: 9:30 to 5:30. Open till 9 Fridoy Nights 


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★ San Rafael 
' 
★ San Anselmo 


★ Mill VaNey 
Kaiser Says Attempt 


Made To Take His Life 


TAHOE CITY, Calif., (>P)—Indus­ 
trialist Henry J . K aiser today ac­ 
cused unknown saboteurs who tam ­ 
pered with two speedboats he had 
entered in races here of “a murder­ 
ous attem pt on my life.” 
Dam age to the powerboats 
was 
discovered a half hour before race 
time yesterday. 
" I ’m sure it was an attem pt on 
my life, one of the most diabolical 
things I ’ve ever seen,” the 69 -year- 


old steel-aluminum-automobile m ag­ 
nate declared. 


Harry Johnson, Tahoe City con­ 
stable called on the case, said the 
sabotage was crude and might be 
the work of a crank, or of Lakeside 
residents who have complained that 
K aiser’s boats are too noisy. A hunt 
for fingerprints was started. 
K aiser said he suspected the tam ­ 
pering was the work of “the same 
people who have tried to destroy 
everything I ’ve tried to build.” He 
did not elaborate. 
The damage was discovered 
by 
K aiser’s mechanic and driver, Max 
Collins, after he noticed a hack­ 
saw blade in the bottom of the 32- 
foot Gold Cup racer Hot Metal. The 
boat’s main drive sh aft had been 
samed half way through and 
the 
carburetor blower had been stuffed 
with rags, nuts and bolts. The bilge 
and hull of a 24-foot runabout had 
been soaked with an estimated five 
gallons of gasoline, which could have 
ignited at the slightest spark. 


Red Propagandist 
Silenced In YM CA 


ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia (JP) — 
One of the 
Russian propaganda 
chiefs here approached the Ameri­ 
can general secretary of the local 
YMCA. 
“We would like to put some of our 
literature and publications in the 
YMCA,” the Russian suggested. 
“Do you permit the YMCA to 
operate in R ussia?” the YMCA gen­ 
eral secretary asked. 
The R ussian’* silence ended the 
m atter. 


Grass Fire Doused 
In San Anselmo 
A grass fire near 136 Oak avenue, 
San Anselmo, yesterday afternoon 
burned a few square feet of area 
but was quickly doused by Hub City 
firemen before it could cause any 
dam age. 
A ssistant Chief Frank Sousa said 
th at fortunately there was no wind, 
and flam es were slow in spreading. 
Probably a lighted cigaret or a 
m atch was the cause, he said. 


Slated for School! 
Guadalcanal Beef 
Program To Start 


W ELLINGTON, New Zealand, (/P) 
—A new invasion is being readied 
for Guadalcanal, where U. S. M a­ 
rines first turned back the 
Ja p s’ 
southward push in Warld War II. 
This week the vessel Kurim arau 
leaves Suva with cattle to «tart a 
beef-raising program on the island. 


Frames — Framing 
Largest Assortment of 
Fram e*, 
Fram ed Pictures and Molding 
in Marin County. 
GASBERG STUDIO 
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1311 - 4th Street, San Rafael 


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★ San Anselmo 


★ Mill Valley 
Quadriga Percale 


Favorite back-to-school fabric at a sew- 
right price. 
Attractive prints, harmo­ 
nizing solid tones, all washfast. 
Yard 
wide. 


Sanforized Gingham 


Bright plaids for bright scholars! Season- 
new colors, woven of combed yarn, 
mercerized of course! A Gilbrae fabrie. 


Super-Whippet Cloth 


$1. 2 9 y«* 


Crease-resistant, hand-washable rayon 
fabric by Burlington Mills In ten cheer- 
rating colors. 
Full 45-in. wide. 


Dan River Checks 


Fine cotton that actually sheds wrinkles! 
Needs no starching . . . ever! 
So!! ro- 
sistant too! Checks of yellow, red green, 
brown, or black, with white. Yard wide. 


20% Discount Sale! 


60/15 Twist, 51/15 
Run-R-iess, Reg. 1.95 
60/50, 60/20 dork 
heel, regular $1.65 


Lots of Notions 


At All 3 Albert's Marin Stores 


You'll find everything you need at Albert's to do a professional-look­ 
ing sewing job! Thread, zippers, buttons . • . sewing aids of every 
description , . . all 
conveniently 
displayed 
for 
easy 
selection. 
Butterick, Vogue, and McCall pattern books just a few steps from the 
notions department. 


Just once each year this Opportunity comes 
knocking at your door! Stock-up now on famous 
Phoenix hosiery while the price is 20% less than 
regular. 
Every pair finest in quality, all are 
made of high twist nylon and are custom-fit 
proportioned to your leg size. 
Entire stock in­ 
cluded. 


15/15 and 51/30's 
Regularly $1.50 , 
45-gcwge 30 denier, 
Regular $1.35 


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MARIN COUNTY SOCIAL 
A N D CLUB ACTIVITIES 
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Monday, Aug. 18. I9S2 
Betty Jo McKinney Is 
Bride Of Floyd Marker 


A t a candlelight ceremo ny Sat* 
urday ev ening at St. Paul’s church 
In San Rafael, Betty J o e McKinney 
became the bride o f Flo y d Eugene 
Marker. 
White gladio li and 
candles de­ 
co rated the altar. White gladio li and 
satin bo ws marked the pews and 
trimmed the rail. 
The Rev . Henry B. Getz o f St. 
Paul’s was assisted by the Rev . 
Lo ren J . Mee o f Yreka, the fo rmer 
pasto r o f St. Paul’s and a clo se 
friend o f the bridegro o m. 
The bride, the daughter o f Mr. 
and Mrs. H. Edward McKinney o f 
San Rafael was esco rted do wn the 
aisle by her father. 
Her white satin bridal ko wn had 
a lo ng train, fitted bo dice with a 
stand-up co llar and lo ng 
sleev er 
that came to a po int at the wrists. 
White satin butto ns trimmed the 
back. 
A co ro net o f seed pearls held the 
lace trimmed illusio n v eil. 
Betty J o e carried a white pray er 
bo o k to pped with white 
o rchids, 
bo uv ardia and satin streamers. 
Mrs. J ames Law (Patricia Ann 
McKinney ) o f Berkeley was matro n 
o f ho no r fo r her o nly sister. 
Her go wn o f pacifica blue tulle 
o v er taffeta was fashio ned with a 
bo uffant skirt and mandarin neck­ 
line. Mrs. Law wo re matching blue 
lace mitts and carried a spray o f 
flame gladio li. Her head bandeau 
was o f white bo uv ardia. 
Bridesmaids 
were 
Mrs. 
Dav id 
Reed (Phy llis Schmidt) o f Sto ck- 


Children's Fair 
To Be Given 
In Sausalito 
Children and parents are making 
pro gress in preparatio n fo r the 
Sausalito Nursery Scho o l's children’s 
fair to be giv en in Sausalito Sunday , 
September 7 , o n the lo t acro ss fro m 
the y acht harbo r. 
Bo o ths will o o v er a wide range o f 
children’s interest» and will hav e 
fo r sale many items fo r the y o ung. 
Pro ceeds will be used fo r scho o l 
impro v ements. 
Mrs. Ralph B. Priestly is chair­ 
man o f the fair. Mr. K id Mrs. Luther 
Co no v er are making designs to r the 
gro unds. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. 
Hawes are wo rking o n mo ther go o se 
mo biles. Mrs. L. H. Ro ss and her 
co mmittee are sewing co lo red ap­ 
ro ns and amusing bean bags, and 
Mrs. H. E. Williamso n is planning 
the wo rk o f the fo o ds co mmittee. 
Children who hav e been filling 
bean bags, painting flo wer po ts, and 
making clay mo dels are Gail and 
Terry Priestly , Luke Co no v er, France 
Hawes, Alan Ro ss, Chris Cly de, Bet­ 
sy No lan, Maggie and J essica Ro th, 
and Dav id Chubak. 
The membership chairman, Mrs. 
H. E. Williamso n o f Sausalito , has 
anno unced that there are a few 
o penings in the scho o l fo r children 
between the ages o f two and o ne 
half and fiv e y ears. Further info r­ 
matio n may be o btained fro m her. 


to n, and Mrs. Do nald DeMo ss (Bar­ 
bara Nielso n) o f No v ato . 
Mrs. Reed wo re a go wn a t emer- 
¿ lu green tulle o v er taffeta. 
Her 
flo wers were y ello w gladio li. 
Mrs. DeMo ss’ go wn was a co ral 
shade. Her spray bo uquet was o f 
pale pink glads with co ral center. 
Their bandeaux were o f white 
bo uv ardia. 
Merv in Kay ser o f Sto ckto n was 
the best man. Guests were esco rted 
to their pews by To m Wagaman o f 
Sto ckto n and Calv in McCo nnell o f 
Berkeley . 
Miss Ev aTlne Fly nn o f Berkeley 
was the so lo ist at the ceremo ny and 
later at the receptio n. 
Mrs. Arno ld Owen o f 
Berkeley 
was o rganist. 
Mrs. McKinney , the b r i d e ' s 
mo ther, wo re a go wn o f pale o rchid 
crepe. Her co rsage was o f purple 
o rchids. 
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Marker mo to r­ 
ed fro m Fallo n, 
Nev ., 
fo r their 
y o ungest so n’s wedding. 
Ov er 200 guests attended the re­ 
ceptio n in the parish hall. The new­ 
ly weds receiv ed best wishes fro m 
family and friends befo re a bank 
o f white gladio li and satin ribbo ns. 
Single petals o f white 
gladio li 
surro unded the fo ur tiered wedding 
cake. Three candelabras and flo w­ 
ers deco rated the bride’s table. 
The y o ung co uple left fo r Lake 
Taho e where they will spend the 
nex t week. 
The new Mrs. Marker’s trav eling 
co stume was a light wo o l co ral suit 
with a nav y v elv et hat and nav y 
accesso ries. The white o rchids fro m 
the bridal bo uquet were pinned to 
her lapel. 
When the Markers return fro m 
Taho e they will reside in Berk­ 
eley where the benedict is a stu­ 
dent at the Pacific Scho o l o f Re­ 
ligio n in preparatio n fo r entering 
the Metho dist ministry . 
Betty J o , who attended San Ra­ 
fael High scho o l, was graduated 
fro m the Co llege o f the Pacific with 
an A. B. degree in so cio lo gy last 
spring. Flo y d is also a graduate o f 
the Co llege o f Pacific. It was while 
bo th were students there that their 
ro mance began. 
He has a sister, Mrs. William L. 
To jnblin o f San Lo renzo , and fo ur 
bro thers, Arthur W, Marker o f Sac­ 
ramento , Amo s W. Marker o f Fal­ 
lo n, and Gerald and Kenneth o f 
Lo s Angeles. 


Crochet It For Autumn 


WILL WATKINS 
TO WED SOON 
! 
Miss Rae Ro berts, daughter o f 
Mr, and Mrs. Curtis Yates o f 
Ho no lulu, who is spending the 
summer In San Anselmo , will 
beco me the bride o f Wilbur 
Watkins o f San Anselmo o n 
Sunday , August 31, in the First 
Presby terian church 
in 
San 
Rafael. 
The future benedict is the so n 
o f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watkins 
o f San Anselmo . 
The y o ung co uple met while 
they were students at San J o se 
State co llege where their en­ 
gagement was anno unced last 
J une at a spring dance giv en by 
the Sigma Alpha Epsilo n, Will’s 
fraternity . 
After the wedding they ex pect 
to co ntinue their studies in San 
J o se where they will reside. 
Will has o ne bro ther, Harry , 
and two sisters, Mrs. No rman 
Wheeler '(Helen Watkins) and 
Mrs. Clark Smith (J ean Wat­ 
kin s). 
Befo re she attended San J o se 
state, the bride-elect liv ed in 
Fo rt Bragg with her maternal 
grandparents, 
Mr. 
and Mrs. 
Walter Lo ng, while she was go ­ 
ing to high scho o l. 


AT ROSS CENTER 
Many 
Made 
Reservations 
For Luncheon 


t o f Lark- 
Lux illary is 


CLIPPED FOX. Budget fur 
NUTRIA ENSEMBLE. Spencer jacket, beret and muff are 
dy ed mint-green and lined 
all o f so ft nutria, making an ensemble that do es multiple 
in red taffeta. Fo r dress, a 
duty . The jacket can be wo rn fo r day o r ev ening, sleev es 
d i am o n d pin deco rates 
lo ng o r pushed up 
to display glittering bracelets. Beret, and 
“ strutter” co llar. 
muff can be wo rn 
separately with suit. By Esther Do ro thy . 
Barbara Louise Ziegler Married 
Yesterday In San Rafael Garden 


Many o f the guest» who will at­ 
tend the No rthgate gro up luncheo n 
and fashio n sho w at the Marin Art 
and Garden Center this Wednesday 
hav e already made their reserv a­ 
tio ns. This week’s o utdo o r affair 
will be spo nso red by the Wo men’s 
Aux iliary o f the Marin Co unty 
Medical So ciety . 
Mrs. J . Ly man Hurlbut 
spur, president o f the A 
the general chairman o f the ev ent. 
Mrs. E. L. Harlpw will be co m­ 
mentato r. Fall fashio ns are fro m 
Mo dem Ev e sho p in 8 an Rafael. 
Tho se who will entertain friends at 
the Ro ss center include Mrs. Laur­ 
ence McNear o f McNear’s Po int who 
has made reserv atio ns fo r fo ur, 
Mrs. Dariel Fitzro y o f Ban Rafael, 
who has taken a table fo r fiv e and 
Mesdames Ro y Bro wn, Edward Mag- 
gard and Miss Geo rgia Wintring- 
ham, all o f San Rafael, who will 
each entertain three friends at 
their tables. 


Fro m Mill Valley will co me Mrs. 
J o hn Mey er with sev en guests, Mrs. 
D. J . Schmidt with three, and Mrs. 
Carl Priest with fiv e friends. 
Mrs. Paul Sco tt and Miss G. K 
Bo wman o f San Francisco hav e 
asked that tables fo r fo ur be set 
aside fo r each o f them. 


Ten members o f Kappa Alpha 
Theta will attend the luncheo n and 
fashio n sho w. 


Mrs. J o seph Guglielmo , Mrs. Ro b­ 
ert F. Grey and Mrs. Patrick Star- 
rett o f San Anselmo will be ho stess­ 
es at tables fo r fo ur. 
Mrs. A. C. Saul o f Ro ss will en­ 
tertain fiv e. Ho stesses fro m Kent- 
field will -be Mesdames Frank Per- 


ry , Tho mas Cusick and L. H. Wey - 
ro ugh. 


Mrs. R. L. Ekland o f Tiburo n has 
a table fo r fo ur. 


Amo ng the do cto r’s wiv es who 
hav e reserv atio ns are Mesdames 
J o hn D, Degenhardt, William Kerr 
J r., o f San Rafael: LeRo y Bro o ks, 
Belv edere: Calv in Terwilliger, Saus­ 
alito ; Mel Bleado n, Llo y d Ty ler, 
Ro ss; J . L. Hurlbut, William Harris 
o f Larkspur; and Ro bert Tay lo r J r., 
o f San Anselmo . 
Flo wers fo r the stage deco ratio ns 
are co ming fro m the Sunny side 
Nursery in San Anselmo . 
Mrs. Llo y d Ty ler is in charge o f 
the flo ral deco ratio ns fo r the tables. 
She will be assisted by Mesdames 
Sco tt Po lland, Ro dney Hartman, 
William Edwards Sr., Manuel Kal­ 
man, and Alex Miller. 
Mrs. J o hn Kirkpatrick and Mrs. 
Geo rge M. Landro ck will po ur. 


Alice Goodwin 
Is Betrothed 
Alice Belle Go o dwin, fo rmer stu­ 
dent at Do minican Co nv ent, and 
Oliv er Lena o f Sto ckto n are en­ 
gaged. 
Plans hav e been made fo r a wed­ 
ding o n September 12. 
The bride-elect is the daughter ef 
C. Do nald Go o dwin o f Sto ckto n and 
the late Caro line Mino r Go o dwin, 
Her sister is Caro l Ann Go o dwin. 
Alice attended Mill Co llege but 
was graduated fro m the Univ ersity 
o f Califo rnia. 
The future benedict is the so n o f 
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Lem o f Sto ck­ 
to n. He has o ne sister, Mrs. Bud 
Prindie and a bro ther, Wilbur Lenz. 
He is a graduate o f the Co llege o f 
Pacific. 
• • • 
Nev er o v erheat an iro n; o v er­ 
heating wastes electricity , creates a 
fire hazard, and may sho rten the 
life o f the heating element. It may 
also disco lo r the iro n. 


The terraced garden o f Mr. and 
Mrs. S. K. Herzo g o f San Rafael was 
the setting y esterday fo r the after­ 
no o n wedding o f Barbara Lo uise 
Ziegler and Geo rge Lawrence Fem- 
bacher J r. 
The Herzo g’s are the bride’s aunt 
and uncle. 
The 3 o ’clo ck ceremo ny perfo rmed 
by Rabbi Irv ing Reichert to o k place 
befo re an altar deco rated with a 
silv er* altar clo th and massiv e ar­ 
rangements o f white chry santhe­ 
mums, dahlias and larkspur. On 
either side o f the altar were marble 
fo unts filled with the with flo wers. 
Marble fo unts and white flo wers 
lined the aisle acro ss the lawn. 
The altar was in fro nt o f a hedge 
o f laurel. 
Barabar is the o nly daughter o f 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Zeigler o f 
San Rafael. She was giv en in mar­ 
riage by her father. 
The bridal go wn was o f white em­ 
bro idered o rgandie. It .Was fashio ned 
with a tj4 red, bo uffant skirt o v er 
white taffeta and had a sco o ped 
neckline.; 
Her cap was o f o rgandie and her 


fingertip v eil was o f do uble tiered 
illusio n v eiling. 
Barbara carried a bo uquet o f fleur 
d’amo ur, lilies o f the v alley and 
butterflp o rchids. 
Mrs. Philip Fembacher o f Lo s 
Angeles,, the bridegro o m’s sister-in- 
law, was the matro n o f ho no r. 
Bridesmaids were J ane Ward o f 
Ro ss, Mary Anne Brusato ri and An­ 
to inette Sav o ini o f San Rafael. 
The attendants were dressed alike 
in ballerina length go wns o f em­ 
bro idered white o rgandie o v er nile 
green taffeta with jacket sto les o f 
white o rgandie. 
Their spray bo uquets were o f 
white bego nias with iv y leav es. They 
wo re white bego nias in their hair. 
Philip Fembacher was his bro ­ 
ther’s best man. 
Ushers were Harry Ziegler J r., the 
bride’s bro ther, Maury Ko blick o f 
Sap Francisco and Larry Bretter o f 
Lo s Angeles, fraternity bro thers o f 
Mmm Bhlwl iln i Hi# i m h) 
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Fo r her daughter’s wedding Mrs. 
Ziegler selected an afterno o n dress 
o f white o rgandie with panels o f 
scallo ped black embro idery . Her 


flo wers were y ello w cy mbidium o r­ 
chids. 
Mrs. Geo rge Fembacher, the ben­ 
edict’s mo ther, arriv ed fro m Lo s 
Angeles fo r the wedding. Her after­ 
no o n dress was o f Alice blue o r­ 
ganza with a knife-pleated skirt. 
She wo re a v eil In place o f a hat 
and her flo wers were pink cy mbid- 
um o rchids. 
The bridegro o m is the so n o f the 
late Mr. Fembacher. 
A receptio n fo r 150 guests to o k 
place in the Herzo g garden aro qnd 
the swimming 
po o l 
which 
was 


By CAROL CURTIS 


Cro cheted in a big circle it meas­ 
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with sequins, tiny gilt beads, pearls. 
This fo r ev ening wear—parties, fo r 
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entertaining at ho me. Witho ut ad­ 
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perfect do ne in pale pink, blue, beige 
o r white to use as a pretty bed-cape. 
Easy as any thing to cro chet! 
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enfcheting and trimming instruc­ 
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chart, Yo ur Name, Address, Pattern 
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ent-J o urnal, 1028 B Street, San Ra­ 
fael, Calif. 
Patterns ready to fill o rders im­ 
mediately , Fo r special handling ef 
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New Gra nd d a ug hter 
Co l. and Mrs. 
Sidney Zo bel o f 
San Anselmo are the grandparents 
o f Rho nda Helen Zo bel who was 
bo rn at Letterman General 
ho s­ 
pital recently . 
The infant is the daughter o f Lfc 
and Mrs. J o hn L. Zo bel (Ro berta 
Ho ffman) o f San Francisco . 
She is also the granddaughter o f 
Mr. and 
Mrs. 
Leo 
Ho ffman o f 
Atherto n. 
e e. e 
Ho ney makes a fine sweetener fo r 
summer bev erages: add it to fruit 
co mbinatio ns and iced tea. 


THE PARENTS' 
CORNER 


By RICHMOND BARBOUR Ph. D. 
Gu id on e« Cou n selor 


Barbour's Big Dog Creates Havoc 
At Evening Lawn Party For Deacon 


Tell me, friends, o n this warm 
summer day , ho w do es o ne go abo ut 
educating a do g? A big do g. A 
mo untaino us, po tbellied, sedentary , 
amiable, lady do g. A do g o f char­ 
acter, and fix ed habits. Ho w can y o u 
teach her, teach her any thing? 
She’s Bro wnie, the Barbo ur’s so ­ 
cial asset. So meho w she sho uld learn 
that a do g o f her architecture and 
av o irdupo is sho uld stay o ff laps. We 
had a lawn party the o ther ev ening. 
Bro wnie go t tired o f licking ladies’ 
backs and tried to climb up o n the 
spindly thighs o f an aging Presby ­ 
terian deaco n. Po o r o ld gentleman, 
he still hasn’t any feeling in his to es. 
I co uld 
write v o lumes 
abo ut 
Bro wnie’s tail. It is lo ng and plumed, 
but it has a hard co re. It feels like 
a sto ut hicko ry club. The altitude 
is jus£ right fo r sweeping things o ff 
the to p o f card tables. Who o sh, and 
ev ery thing is go ne. Into the lap o f 
the wife o f that deaco n, the same 
ev ening, went a glass full o f iced tea, 
an ex tra-:large po rtio n o f blackberry 
pie a 'la mo de, and sundry dishes 
and silv erware. She had o n a white 
dress. Ill wager that co uple nev er 
co mes ta r o ur ho use again. 
Angry , and muttering so me un- 
Presby terian wo rds under my breath, 
I started to put Bro wnie into ex ile. 
As alway s she flo pped o n her back, 


fo ur feet in the air, and did a hula. 
A mo st unlo v ely sight. As alway s 
the guests interceded fo r Bro wnie. 
Ev en her v ictims plead her cause. 
As alway s I weakened, so Bro wnie 
stay ed. * 
Heigh-ho , may be I’m the o ne who 
needs educating? Suppo se nex t time 
I can remember to lo ck Bro wnie up 
befo re the guests arriv e? 


QUESTION ANSWERED 
Q. Pets are so unhy gienic, so dis­ 
gusting, that I refused my so n’s 
tearful plea fo r a do g. He is six , 
and wanted a terrier puppy . We 
liv e in the co untry . Sho uld I hav e 
relented, and let him hav e his do g? 
A. Go o dness y es. If it is phy sically 
po ssible to hav e o ne, I think ev ery 
bo y sho uld hav e his do g. So me v ery 
impo rtant lesso ns are learned fro m 
the care o f pets, and fro m the co m­ 
panio nship with them. 


F 
ado rned fo r the o ccasio n with flo at­ 
ing clusters o f pastel bego nias and 
lily pad leav es. 
Palm trees shaded the po o l and 
flo wers were ev ery where. 
The fo ur tiered wedding cake was 
serv ed in the lanai ho use which was 
deco rated with hanging baskets o f 
bego nias. 
White bego nias and iv y leav es 
were aro und the caka 
The newly weds will spend 10 day s 
at Lake Taho e befo re mo to ring to 
Lo s Angeles where they hav e an 
apartment. 
Fo r the wedding trip the new Mrs. 
Fembacher wo re a blo nd summer 
wo o l suit. 
Barbara is a graduate o f San Ra­ 
fael high scho o l and the Univ ersity 
o f Califo rnia. She is the grand­ 
daughter o f Mr. and « Mrs. Herzo g 
Sr. o f San Rafael and Mrs. Lena 
Ziegler o f San Francisco . 
Geo rge was graduated fro m the 
Univ ersity o f Califo rnia where he 
was a member o f Gav el and Quill 
Ho no r So ciety and president o f his 
fraternity , Zeta Beta Tau. He is 
with Sears and Ro ebuck in the 
so uth. He is a graduate o f Bev erly 
Hüls High scho o l. 
• • • 
Trinity Church 
Opens Vacation 
School Today 


At 9 a.m. Mo nday , v acatio n Bible 
scho o l at Trinity Lutheran church 
San Rafael, co nv ened with Mrs. 
Carl Yeager in charge. 
The sessio ns will be co nducted 
untU 12 no o n each day Mo nday 
thro ugh Friday fo r two weeks. 
Children fro m ages 4 to 14 are in­ 
v ited to partake o f Christian sto ry , 
so ng, and recreatio n. The theme 
will be “ Liv ing As Go d’s Children.” 
Teachers will be Mrs. Geo rge 
Bo lz, nursery class; Mrs. Walde­ 
mar Berber, primary class; Mrs. 
Fred Lennie, junio rs; and Mrs. 
Henry 
Feldman, 
senio rs. 
Mrs. 
PhUip Olso n and Mrs. Ro bert De­ 
Vries will be in charge o f handi­ 
craft wo rk. 


PARTIES HONOR 
DOROTHYCOOKE 


Miss Do ro thy Co o ke, 
bride- 
elect o f Do n Frier, has been 
guest o f ho no r at many parties 
recently . 


A kitchen sho wer was recent­ 
ly giv en in her ho no r by Mrs. 
Harv ie Freed o f Larkspur. 


Ruth Wilso n, daughter o f Dr. 
and Mrs. Paul Wilso n o f Bo n 
Air was ho stess at a party fo r 
Do ro thy and her friends at the 
Wilso n ho me. 


This Wednesday , Mrs. Harry 
HeAsler o f Del Mesa and Mrs. 
Warren Palmer o f Kent Wo o d­ 
lands will 
entertain 
Do ro thy 
and her attendants and their 
mo thers at luncheo n at the 
Meado w Club in Fairfax . 


Do ro thy , the daughter o f Mrs. 
Claire Nagle Co o ke o f San An­ 
selmo will repeat her wedding 
v o ws nex t Sunday at St. J o hn’s 
church in Ro ss. Other parties 
are planned fo r Do ro thy . 


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EL CAMINO: “ We’re No t Mar­ 
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sho w 8:56 . 


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SEQUOIA: “ We’re No t Married” 
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Last co mplete sho w 8:30. 


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New Antibiotics Help Fight 
Early Cases Of Meningitis 


By BERMAN N. BUNDESEN, MJ>. 


Medicines brought out within the 
last ten years hav e giv en us a much 
more hop eful outlook with resp ect 
to diseases that were formerly terri­ 
fying. 
One of these diseases is sp in al 
men in gitis. At one time It was n ear­ 
ly always fatal, but the an tibiotic 
drugs hav e made recov ery the rule 
— if the disease is caught early. 
Men in gitis is an in flammation of 
the membran es cov ering the brain 
an d sp in al cord. It is a germ in fec­ 
tion that can be caused by a n umber 
of differen t kin ds of germs such as 
bacteria, yeasts, molds, p rotozoa, 
an d v iruses. 
The most common typ e Is sp in al 
men in gitis, which attacks the cov er­ 
in g of the sp in al cord. It is caused 
by a typ g #f bacteria kn own as men ­ 
ingococcus. This germ, it is believ ed, 
first in fects the' throat, then p asses 
from the throat in to the blood 
stream, an d then to the sp in al cord. 
Sp in al 
men in gitis 
is 
contagious, 
sp readin g rap idly. 


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Men in gitis usually occurs sud­ 
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The n eck then becomes rigid, 
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Fin ally, he may become dazed an d 
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DIAGNOSIS EASILY MADE 
H ie diognosis of * sp in al men in g­ 
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Than ks to the n ewer drugs, such 
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Howev er, men in gitis may leav e 
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deafn ess an d heart damage. But 
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E.H.P.: W hat is the differen ce 
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or is there an y? 
Answer: Sterilization destroys all 
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necessarily destroy all bacteria, only 
those that are in fectious or harmful. 


Principal Works 
For Extra Money, 
Killed In Wreck 
SELDEN, N. Y., (¿P) —Robert E. 
Hiller, 27-year-old p rin cip al of the 
Shoreham Public school in Ron kon - 
koma, N. Y., n eeded a little extra 
money this summer because his wife 
is exp ecting a first child by Sep ­ 
tember. 
All summer lon g he drov e a milk 
truck on Long Islan d to p ick up 
the money. Yesterday he took his 
truck out for what was to hav e 
been his last day on the job. 
But he didn ’t return home. 
A 
p oliceman an d a p hysician broke 
the news to Mrs. Hiller—that her 
husban d had been killed in a col­ 
lision between his truck an d a p as­ 
sen ger car. 


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Home Attendance 
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. 
—Home atten dan ce by the Colorado 
Sp rin gs Sky Sox of the Class A 
Western League seems certain to 
trip le the city’s p op ulation an d then 
some. 
Through Jun e 30, the club, rep re­ 
sen tin g a city of 45,472, had drawn 
84,9 60 p aid admissions. A crowd of 
5.620, biggest baseball thron g in the 
history of the Pike’s Peak region, 
turn ed out for the Den v er-Sky Sox 
Double header Jun e 29 . 


Jane Erv in And Arthur Ric hardson 
We re Marrie d Sunday Afte rnoon 


Miss Jan e Erv in, the daughter of 
the Walter E. Erv in s of Tiburon , was 
married yesterday aftern oon to Ar­ 
thur Blake Richardson of S&usalito 
in 
the 
Mill 
Valley 
Community 
Church. 
The four o’clock ceremony was 
p erformed by Dr. Aaron Ungersma 
of San Anselmo. White stock, dahlias 
an d gladioli decorated the altar 
which was cov ered with a satin 
cloth. Candles were on either side 
of the altar an d stan dards of white 
flowers an d can dles lined the aisle. 
Jan e was giv en in marriage by 
her father. 
Her bouffan t gown of white lace 
an d n et ov er taffeta was fashion ed 
with a train , had a p ep lum of lace at 
the waist an d a roun d n ecklin e. 
The fin gertip v eil fell from a 
lace Juliet cap trimmed with lilies 
of the v alley. 
• The bride wore lace mitts an d 
carried a shower bouquet of lilies 
of the v alley an d bouv ardia. 
Jan e’s younger sister, Mercer, was 
the maid of hon or. Her ballerin a- 


'Anti- Corruption' 
Bill Planned By 
Sen. Monroney 
WASHINGTON (A*) — Sen. Mon- 
hon ey <D., Okla.) co-author of the 
Con gression al Reorgan ization Act 
of 19 46, p lan s to p ush an other re­ 
organ ization measure n ext year— 
an “an ti-corrup tion ” bill. * 
The measure, which he 
offered 
unsuccessfully last season, 
would 
set up a blue ribbon civ il serv ice 
system in the In tern al Rev n ue Bur­ 
eau an d “reward admin istrators for 
gettin g along with fewer in stead of 
more emp loyees,” he said tbday. 


len gth gown of white eyelet organ die 
was ov er yellow taffeta. 
She wore a wreath of iv y. Her 
bouquet was of blue delp hin iums an d 
yellow daisies. 
* 
Meredith Luther of Carte Madera 
an d Con stan ce Richardson of Saus- 
alito, the bridegroom’s sister, were 
the bridesmaids. 
Their ballerin a gowns were p owder 
blue organ die ov er blue taffeta. 
They also carried delp hin iums « « 4 
daisies. 
Sahib Al Jasim of San Francisco, 
a college frien d of the ben edict’s, 
was the best man . 
Ushers were Lyn Ludlow of Mill 
Valley an d Wallace Matsen of San 
Rafael. 
For her daughter’s wedding Mrs. 
Erv in , chose a n av y blue aftern oon 
dress with white accessories an d a 
small white hat. Her flqwers were 
white butterfly orchids. 
Arthur is the sen of Mrs. ^George 
Wheelwright of Sausalito an d the 
late Arthur Wellan d Richardson of 
Boston. 
* 


Unemployment Here 
Is Holding Even 


SACRAMEÉTO (p NS)—The n um­ 
ber 
of 
un emp loymen t 
in suran ce 
claims throughout Californ ia in di­ 
cated a down ward tren d in un em­ 
p loymen t for the week en din g July 
31, with the v olume of n ew claims 
drop p in g 17 p er cen t below that of 
the p rev ious week, the dep artmen t 
of emp loymen t rep orted today. 
The n umber of n ew claims filed 
in the San Rafael office totaled 30, 
comp ared with 29 the week before. 
Durin g the week, the office receiv ed 
a total of 19 9 claims; an d p aid 154. 


MISS HAZEL DEDEHMAN 


Heme Economist of the General Electric Co. 


Inv ites You To A 
General Electric 
BAKE-N-FREEZE 
DEMONSTRATION 


Friday, Angus! 22 


2:00 p .m. and 8:00 p .m. 


McFHAIL FUEL CO. 
3rd and C Sts. 
San Rafael 
GL. 3-6070 


Mrs. Wheelwright wore a sheer 
n av y blue dress with white acces­ 
sories, Her corsage was of white 
orchids. 
A recep tion irk 109 guests was held 
at the bridegroom’s home, Green 
Gulch Ran ch, n ear Muir Beach. 
Jan e an d Arthur left the recep tion 
far a four week’s wedding trip . They 
will motor first to Tahoe an d then 
con tin ue on to the east coast where 
they win v isit his relativ es for sev ­ 
eral weeks. 
, 
Jan e’s gdin g-away suit was of 
beige wooL Her small dusty p in k 
felt hat was trimmed in p earls. Her 
flowers were p in k carn ation s. 
When they return to California' 
they wiU make their home in San 
Jose where they are studen ts at 
San Jose State college. 


The newlyweds both 
atten ded 
Tamalp ais High school. Arthur, who 
has on e brother, Philip Richardson , 
atten ded Tamalp ais School for Boys 
in San Rafael. He is studyin g to 
teach. 


Larkspur Baptist 
Church Youth Go 
On 
Mt.Tam Hike 


Young p eop le of the Calv ary 
Bap tist church of Larksp ur en ­ 
joyed a moon light hike recen tly on 
a trail at Bootjack Camp . 


After the young folks return ed 
from the hike, they enjoyed a 
weinie bake an d dev otions aroun d 
the camp fire. 


Those atten din g were LaWan da 
Roberts, Joyce Prewitt, Carroll 
Solo, 
Roberta 
Thomas* Paula 
Keev er, Dorothy Tan n yhill, Sarah 
Woodward, Yv onne Shea, Nancy 
An thony, Shirley Farrin , Ellen 
Schmidt, Jean n e Kran x, Robert 
Kran tz, Norman Cole, Bard Du­ 
p on t, Charles Woodward an d Rob­ 
ert Pecota. 


Counsellors for the ev en in g were 
Mr. an d Mrs. John Thomas, Mrs. 
J. S. Kran tz, Forrest An thon y an d 
the Rev . J. F. Prewitt. 


Snhfp ftthrttt-latniHtl. 
18, 19 52 
Tamal Rebekah Lodge Brings 
'Heart' to Mill Valley Lodge 


Sleepy Hollow Party 


Mr. an d Mrs. Woody Melone were 
host an d hostess at a cocktail an d 
swimming p arty at 
their Sleep y 
Hollow home on Saturday. 


When m e m b e r s of T a m a l 
Rebekah lodge of San Anselmo v isit­ 
ed Blithedale Rebekah lodge Thurs­ 
day n ight at the LD.OJ. hah in 
Mill Valley, they brought with them 
the trav elin g heart that symbolizes 
the year’s p roject of the p residen t 
of the itate Rebekah assembly. 


Highlight of the p rogram was the 
ceremony of p assin g the heart to 
the noble gran d of Rebekah lodge, 
Mrs. Howard Stahl. Mrs. Harold 
Sheffield of Tamal lodge carried the 
red heart to the altar where she 
read the p oem that describes its 
p urp ose — the p romotion of offer­ 
ings toward the redecoratin g of the 
children ’s home in Gilroy. 
The heart will n ext be p resen ted 
by Blithedale Rebekah lodge to 
Golden Star Rebekah lodge of San 
Rafael. 


After the meetin g the remain der 
of the ev ening was sp en t in games 
arran ged 
by 
Mesdames 
Harold 
Sheffield 
an d 
Charles 
Ban field 
an d Miss Folren ce Abraham. 


Mesdames Blake Howard 
James Cothran , Walt« * Meyer, God­ 
frey Ita, Albert Young, an d C. S. 
Frazer. 


v The n ext meetin g will be held cn 
August 28. 


Lincoln Desk 
Is Still Used 


CENTER ALIA, HL (Ft — A desk 
Abraham Lin coln used in studyin g 
law in Illin ois’ cap ital more than 
years ago may oe seen in a 
lumber yard office at Oolconda on 
the Ohio Riv er. The useful desk still 
I in good rep air. 


Its first owner, Wesley Sloan, made 
his Sp rin gfield, HU law office an d 
books av ailable to young Lincoln 
who studied at the desk. Sloan re­ 
tired with his office furn iture to 
Golconda. The desk was p urchased 
by the late Jim W alk« , lumberyard 
owner, who p ut the desk to use in 
Refreshmen ts 
were 
serv ed 
by ¡his office. 


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EDI TORI AL COMMENT 
Several Cities Might Want 
To Support Plan Technician 


Are Marin cities planning to spend too much 
money for dty planning? Is thee a better way 
by which the dues can gathe needed fnforpia* 
tion and technical advice? Are the ddes able 
to make use of information already gathered? 
These questions are being discussed these 
days by dty councils and dty planning com- 
miuions throughout the county. 
Mill Valley is ^ndertng a new land use 
ordinance the advisability of hiring a com 
suiting planner to dra%v up a dty master plan 
and a full time planning technician to make it 
operative. 
Belvedere has under way the formation of a 
•limited” master plan, the work being done 
with planning commission staff members. 
San Anselmo is struggling with iu parking 
problem, a land use ordinance and iu peren­ 
nial pozer, the Hub bottleneck. 
Practically every other dty council in the 
county has iu planning headaches. 
Meanwhile the county planning commission, 
with the help of an excellent, highly trained 
staff, continues to collect data which could be 
of inestimable value to the cities. 
But can the cities get it? Not easily; despite 
the fact that dty residents pay 60 per cent of 
the county budget dollar and therefore 60 per 
cent of the salaries of those staff members. 
Recently a member of the Mill Valley city 
council called county planning director Mary 
Robinson Summen and asked a question con­ 
cerning the proposed Mill Valley program. 
“I think it will be only a little work for me 
to get that information,” Mrs. Summers said, 
**but it will be necessary for you to get author­ 
ization of the board of supervisors before I can 
do the work.” 
The board granted the permission and Mill 
Valley got the information. But it was neces­ 
sary to wait for the next meeting of the board. 
Actually the county planning commission is 
set up by law to serve only the unincorporated 
area. There is no authority for the planning 
director or her staff to help out with a subdivi­ 
sion ordinance for San Rafael, for example, or 
a land use ordinance for San Anselmo or Mill 
Valley. 
This problem has troubled the cities for a 
long time. Eight or nine years ago they got 
together and requested the supervison to put 
a member on the planning staff to handle dty 
problems exdusively. The dties believed that 
the county should pay such a person. The super­ 
visors thought otherwise and the request was 
denied. 
Now a well known planner, Sydney Williams, 
professor in the department of dty and regional 
planning. University of California, comes up 
with another proposal. To the Marin County 
Planning Coundl he su^ested that thrwi or 


HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN 


four dties should agree among themselves to ‘ 
pay the salary of another member on the county 
planning staff. 
Accdmplished would be two major things, 
Williams believes. One planning technician, 
working under a plarfning “consultant” (Mrs. 
Summers) would be inexpensive and effective 
for the dties. Also, because he would be work­ 
ing with the county staff, he would be familiar 
with and able to use all information available 
there, as well as to conelate the dties* planning 
with the county*!. 
M things exist today there are streets In 
Marin one side of which has zoning set up by 
the county, the other set up by a city. Other 
streets have one dty on one side and another 
city on the other. Sometimes these dties don't 
see eye to eye and one dty will allow commer­ 
cial development on one side of the street while 
on the other only first dass residential dwell­ 
ings are allowed. 
Things like this might be avoided under 
Williams* plan. 
Under the plan the cities would pay for the 
work of the technician, that is the footwork, 
the drafting and the detail. They would get 
free the services of a planning consultant. And 
most private consultants get $50 per day plus 
expenses. 
Ond thing the dties could fear under such an 
arrangement might be their loss of individual­ 
ity. They might fear they would be controlled 
by the county planners. But this is not neces­ 
sary. Cities would still have their own planning 
co'mmijlions, to which their planning staff 
member v,'ould report. All of his work would 
be in their instruction or with their permission. 
As the present county planning staff reports 
to the county planning commission, so would 
• such a staff member be responsible to the dties 
who hired him. And his job would be advisory 
only. 
The county has just spent $20,000 to com­ 
plete t master roads and highways survey. In 
it the planning staff studied growth of the 
county, its transportation, needs and other 
problems. 
Today this huge quantity of invaluable in­ 
formation is used by the ^:ounty planners every 
time a new subdivision is proposed and at 
numeroul other times. But the poor ddes, 
whose residents paid $12,000 of the $20,000, 
have to try to get along without the informa­ 
tion and it should be used. 
Serious consideradqn should be given Wil- 
Hams* proposal by every dty council in the 
county and by the board of supervisors. 
• 
• 
• 


Now diat the conventions and steel strike 
are over things should be comparatively quiet 
And we'll need the rest, with an elecdon and 
a coal strike to look forward to. 
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Do You Read Obituaries Before 
Sports? It Shows Middle Age! 


new TORR (ffV-Nobody likes to 
get eeught la the middle—aad that 
aps^Uee to middle eg«, too. 
Amerieeae at a people ere par­ 
ticularly relueteat to face the fact 
0Í middle age. 
*1 ein*t as young as I used to 
be,** the average auin says grudg­ 
ingly and lets it go at thaâr He is 
leeoncUed to the thought that in 
time he iriU he old. But middle- 
agedî—never! In his mind he stays 
a youth until his second childhood. 
About the only people in Ameri­ 
ca who daim they are middle-eged 
are the dderly. 
This seems a shame to me. For 
it (me is really middle-aged, ad­ 
mita it publicly, and acts his age. 
he CKO. get a great deal more out 
of hie than by imitating eoUege 
boys. 


MIDDLB AGE is lika baldaets. 
II is better to relax and enjoy it 


THE TIMID SOUL 


than try to comb it over and hide 
it from your friends. 
The big advantage of being mid­ 
dle-eged is that you can still savor 
most of the tempered pleasures of 
youth—end demand many of the 
privilegea of the elderly. You can 
kwp a foot in both camps. And it 
(xm be a pleasant straddle. 
When you are mlddla^ged you 
are still young enough to do any. 
thing you really oant, but you hava 
a perfect excuse to get out of any 
hectic foolishness that no longer 
appeals to you. You can still dance 
or pley poker> ts late es you choose, 
but when you go fishing the next 
morning you ean point at your 
fraying temples and let the young 
people row the boat. 


MIDDLE AGE^is ah advantage 
finaneiaUy and socially. Tell your 
b<»8, “WeU, chief, im middle-aged 


By H. T. Webster 


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EDiTORIAL PAGE«;— Monday, August 18, i9S2 


THE WORLD TODAY 
Press G)nference 
Ebb Noted After 
Invitation To Ike 


By JAMES MABLOW 
WASHXNGTON ( ^ I t was Uke 
a meeting of the stockholders with 
the chainnan of the board of di­ 
rectors. 
There wamt much they expect­ 
ed him to say. It was as B they 
were thinking more of the two 
younger fellows scrambling for his 
Job. 
The place was-the small audi­ 
torium on the fourth floor of the 
old State Department building next 
to the White House. 
NEWSMEN AND RADIO AftfD 
TV commentators wandered in and 
took scats, which weren’t hard to 
find. 
Many times in the past the audi­ 
torium had been packed for just 
such an occasion as this. But the 
other day there was plenty ^f 
room. 
And the men and women Mid 
what they had always done on 
other days in this room while wait­ 
ing for ^ e hands of the clock to 
reach i p. m. 


THEY TALKED 
CASUALLY. 
This time it was about Qen. Eisen­ 
hower’s refusal of President Tru­ 
man’s invitation to a White House 
briefing. 
And they chuckled over Qov. 
Stevenson’s speech earlier in the 
day in Illinois, a speech taking 
amused digs at Eisenhower and i 
the Republicans. 
The hands moved on until they 
reached 4. Then President 'Iriiman 
came in, natty and lively as usual 


Through the round tinted Imses 
of his glaaies he looked at the 
men and women fadng him uid 
grinned in greeting. 


VERY OFTEN AT THE OPEN­ 
ING of these news confèrent the 
President had a statement to 
make. 
He^nOsed a n^hneographed sheet 
of |4per and said there were 
plenty of copies for anyone who 
wanted them. 
It was a letter, he said, bemoan­ 
ing the fact that most of the o|d 
White House fundture had disap­ 
peared or been sold in years ptri;, 
under other presidmits. 
That was the imly announcement 
he had. He jeas kiady for ques­ 
tions, and. like everyone there, he 
knew what was coming: questions 
about his invitation to Bisenhowtr 
and when it was sent. 


THE NEWSMEN SEEfilED to be 
having difficulty in^ thinkinf of 
questions to ask. In times past 
they had tumbled over one another 
in their clamor for answers. 
In no time, however, they sMm- 
•d to run out of questions alto* 
gether. There were long pauses. 
One of the regular White H o ^ 
correspondents thought It was 
about time j» put an end to this. 
He got up and asked the President 
if he had ’'anything else you want 
to tell us?** 
No, the President said, and 
everybody lauxhed. So that was 
that. 
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'AFFAI RS OF STATE' 
Special Reason Is Behind 
Critic Of School Publicity 


at last,” and he will have to give 
you a raise in pay, figuring a man 
of your maturity ought to be mak­ 
ing more money. You can be the 
life of any pirty, too, for women 
will still think you are attractive— 
and your wife won’t mind, because 
she knows you no longer arc temp­ 
ted. 
Editor’s note: Boyle must be 
dreaming. 
Yes. middle age is beet. It is 
the period with no drawbacks. It 
is like , a banked fire that glv«i 
a steaciy warmth, blowing neither 
too hot nor too cold. 
If more people rtalixed this, they 
would gladly confess to middle age. 
But many art middle - aged and 
don't know it. How can you tell? 
It isn’t exactly a matter of years. 
A dog is middle-aged at six, but 
a eoDege president of 4S Is con­ 
sidered young. 


THE REAL TEST is inner, not 
ehronologieal. Here are a few 
signposts of middle age: 
You turn first to the obituaries 
In Ahe newspaper, instead of the 
sports page, and you feel vaguely 
cheated if somebody tnterestiag 
hasn’t died the night befme*. 
You pay more atiesttiim to the 
weather, mm are jure the eum- 
mers are hotter than they used 
to be. You reach for an nmhr»nm 
if the sky is the least bit moudy. 
You don’t Usten to your wife any 
better, but you obey her mora^ 
When you come to a flight of 
stairs, you think of the stairs and 
not what Is waiting at their t^ . 
You don’t sit down. Your knees 
imbuckle and you sag. 
Your best Mend is no longer 
your dog, but your bottle of sodtua 
bicarbonate piUs 
You take your shoes off at evtry 
^portunlty. 
You m ak teen-agers tie wmsA 
wAakat and »ore woitlslcas than 
when you wme one. 
Whmt you go to tkmda, you 
caMk yourself listening to whi^ 
the mtsdster is saying. 
These are jLUd a few signs of 
middle age. But the sural ime o! 
all is for a man to sit down and 
write himseif a 1^ 
like tills. 


By HENRY C. ^ACABTHUB 
SACRAMENTO (CNS)-One of 
the headaches, or perhaps we 
might caU it haaards, of being a 
newspapen^n is that one never 
knows who, literally or figuratively, 
^ la going to take a poke at him 
^next. 
A group of newsmen representing 
all the wire services and most of 
the leading newspapers of the 
state encountered the hazard at 
the close of the senate adult edu­ 
cation committee hearing wh^n a 
charming young matron who iden­ 
tified herself as Mrs..R. T. McCall, 
appearing as a citizen from Val­ 
lejo, told the committee the be­ 
lieved the prior day’s hearings had 
been grossly mlmepresented in the 
press. 


HER STATEMENT CAME ju^ 
after a witness before the commit­ 
tee admitted that an adult educa­ 
tion class was conducted in a Sac­ 
ramento department stoi;e during 
the Christmas holidays. 
This 
class, the cost of which all the tax­ 
payers in California helped defray, 
was in ”gift wrapping.” 
It was also following a state­ 
ment to the committee that the 
state was helping with the expen­ 
ses of teaching people to play 
“ihuiileboard,” a game played pri­ 
marily at the neighborhood pub, 
or perhaps on shipboard by those 
who are fortunate enough to have 
enough money left over after pay­ 
ing school taxes to get on a ship. 
Mrs. McCall was particularly 
critical of mention made of the 
showing of a picture titled 'Til- 
lie’s Punctured Romance,” In a 
state-supported adult education 
dass on the cinema. She indicat­ 
ed she felt this was sehsational, 
and also indicated that the ’more 
constructive’ features of the testi­ 
mony had been neglected. 


IN VIEW o r THE FACT that 
almost all of the stories emanat­ 
ing from coverage of the meeting 
mentioned ”Tillie’s Punctured Ro­ 
mance ” the newsmen felt pri­ 
vately that there had been a meet­ 
ing of the minds on what consti- 


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tuted news, arrived at without 
inter-consultation. 
As Mrs. McCall identified her­ 
self before the committee as a 
’’Housewife and mother”_there ap­ 
peared to be no angle to her cri­ 
ticism, other than her ownsfeel- 
ings in the matter. 
^ 9 1 3 
However, newsmen art generally 
on the outlook for’ motive, and 
consequently, a check was made in 
Vallejo as to what, if any affilia­ 
tion Mrs. McCall had with the 
adult education program. 


IT WAS REPORTED back that 
her husband, Raymond, is an in­ 
structor in vocal muric in the Val-. 
Iej(> College, and at present, is 
writing a doctor’s thesis on adult 
education! 
Virtually the entire tenor of the 
adult educators who attended the 
hearings has been one of resent­ 
ment of the facts concerning the 
adult educational progntm, which 
costs the taxpayers of the state' 
more than $9,000,000 annually. 
Although Mrs. McCall’s state­ 
ment was the only one voiced in 
public, there has been an unmis­ 
takable feeling, voiced In private, 
against expose of the facts. 


THIS FEELING 18 understand­ 
able, in view of the fact that any 
eurtallment of the n jm different 
courses offered et one time ot an­ 
other in the adult education pro­ 
gram, would mean dclationa for 
the government supported admin­ 
istrators, as wtil as the many 
teachers throughout the atete idio 
supplament their Incomaa with 
adult education funds. 
Tha attitude of the adult edu­ 
cators la g mirror-tmaga of vir­ 
tually all of those eoncemad with 
school adminiitration, which is 
apparmitly, that tha public is par- 
fectly welcome to foot the bill, but 
it mustn’t ask questions ebout ed- 
ministi’ation or curricula. 


Reds Encourage 
Telling Of Tales ^ 


VIENNA (J*) — Itonsmunist Hung­ 
ary looks upon children who run 
with talas to taacbar as tiia beat 
type of pu{^. 
This came to lii^t in a report of 
a teachers* conference held in Buda­ 
pest recently In 
prsesoea of 
Hungary’s Communist boas. Premier 
Matyas Rakosi. The progress ma(!e 
in encouraging tole-bearing was a 
mam theme of tie conference. The 
slogan; ”One child must oimtrol an­ 
other” was adopted. 
The Communist te£hers applaud­ 
ed mthusiastically wh^ one of 
their number addressed tha ixmf^- 
ence and said: 
wouM hava 
thought, who would hava drttmad, 
that the pnpiR tiiamerive« today 
ocmtrdl tha timney of thrir eeni- 
fades. Tha bast and modsl stn^itia 
Maet contra eotnmlmiona wbo w m k 
the lazy atadanta and tiia tnianta, 
who r^prisiaoit Ibam and report 
toe» to toe toidiers. If their ba- 
haviif dote not hnpiwvt. 
much nicer this Is thaff to 
the past, whm the pupils protected 
titonselves briiliid tha vaeks of tha 
laeehiss.** 


THE SEWING CIRCLE 


WHAT OUR READERS SAY 


Thinks l-J Gives 
'Money's Worth;- 
EDITOR 
Ind'pendent-Joumal 
Purely as an individual citizen, 
I would like to commend the In- 
dependent-Jqumal most highly on 
several counts. 
Outstanding at the moment is 


REMEMBER 
WHEN? 


10 YEARS AGO 


A. O. Olney, head of Marin Jun­ 
ior College, and Ward Austin, vice 
principal, were on a pack trip into 
the high Sierra. 
• • • 
About 500 piledrivers helping to 
build Marinship at Sausailto held 
a ’’Roast Hitler Barbecue” at the 
American Legion Log Cabin, San 
Anselmo. K. K. Bechtel, vice pres- 
ident of the Bechtel Company, and 
Ralph Wood, general superintend­ 
ent of the Raymond Concrete Pile 
Company, spoke. 
* • • 
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. DeLancey 
entertained at a dinner party in 
honor of the birthday anniversary 
of Mrs. Phillip Kennedy. 
• • • 
Mrs. W. F, Upton, new president 
of the Ban Rafael Improvement 
club, atqtoint^ three program 
chairmen: 
Mrs. 
Katherine 
B. 
Mears, Mrs. A. R. Marall, and 
Mfs. Charles F. ReindoUar. 
• * • 
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Römer and 
their children Betty and Bob re­ 
turned from a vacation at Bay 
Meadows in Calaveras county. 


20 YEARS AGO 
Miss Barah Christens«!, daugh­ 
ter of the Rev. and Mrs. Charles 
Christensen of Novato, entertained 
a group of friends from Berkeley. 


Tentative budget for Marin was 
slashed $$6,000 below that of the 
preceding year. Slight decreases in 
salaries of the courthouse officers 
.and employees and several other 
reductions resulted in a proposed 
budget of $777,148. 
• • o 
Miss Anne Pentz of San Rafael 
entertained at a tea. Assisting her 
w ^ Miss Jean Howard, Barbara 
Btodiley, KtorriU Jones, Charlotte 
aSiel, Mrs. Walter Lees, Marie Lich- 
tenberg, Mrs. Porter Ashe, Mrs. 
Benjamin Qmm and Mrs. Oeorga 
Beardsley. 
f t '|j • • ♦ 
Mrs. T. J. Stanton entertained 
at a bridge puty at Tamalpala 
e«itre, Kentfield. 
• « • 
*rht (Children at Bosecraft were 
to present a fairy play which Miss 
Belle Miller had writtmi for them. 
F^ures on registration lor vari­ 
ous imrtles for the August pri­ 
maries to Marin were: UM B Re- 
publieans, 6,774 Dmnocrats, 96 
Boriahalf, and 617 declined to 
rtato. 
• <r • 
Quast zpaaker at tha meeting of 
Mill VaOei^ Rotary ^ b hmchemi 
was Albert I. Bagtisaw, aatistont 
U. 8 . Distriol attorney, 
• ♦ • 
Vaeationtof on a raadb at 
fax lor a month were Billy Bryant, 
John Keast, Fred Keast, ^ b ard 
GKindeltiiifer, Ben Oundelfln^r 
and Lucien Marsh, an of San 


The Independeni-Joamal wei- 
eomea eontribations to ’’Vthat 
Our Readers Say.** Letttts mast 
be signed, bat names will be 
withheld oh request. The editor 
reserves the right to delete mail- 
eloas materiaL 


your comprehensive and honest 
coverage of the Dr. Wolff cast. I 
have never seen a finer example 
of a newspaper performing a genu­ 
ine service to the public. Events 
have proven that, had it not been 
for your alert and factual report­ 
ing on that matter, most of Marin 
would have been badly informed 
or not at all concerning a matter 
they should certainly know about. 
If thia coverage has been largely 
the work of one reporter, may I 
take the liberty of saying thit he 
or she certainly merits high praise? 
As a new subscriber, I have noted 
that the above instance is not the 
only praiseworthy feature of your 
paper. Your thorough coverage of 
all local news, so nicely balanced 
with national and international 
affairs, furnishes more genuine 
’’money’s worth” than any paper X 
know of, local or metropolitan. It 
is of great assistance to one who 
desires to bk a good, well-informed 
citizen of the community. 
As long as we have a newspaper 
which fairly and fearlessly reports 
the facts as you sre doing in the 
Wolff esse, wt have an excellent 
bulwark against sub rose city and 


county government with Its toevl- 
tsble evUs. 
(Please withhold my name) 
Mill Valley 
(Editor’s N<H»-We Mush at tiia 
high praise from our MiU Valley 
reader, and assure him we*ra wark- 
tog evtry day to turn out a battsr 
and better newspaper.) 


Loyalty Oath is 
Bar To Criticism 
EDITOR 
Independent-Joumal 
In the frticlc about the *7Btata 
Loyalty Oath” (Indtpendent-Joiir- 
nal, Aug. 13) it mentions that the 
oath requirts employees to swear 
that* they are not members of any 
organization attempting to destroy 
the government by force or vio- 
lenca. 
Surely it li not more than rea­ 
sonable that people should ha ax- 
pectod to support and uphold our 
ConstUution and govmmment and 
not try to destroy the foundations 
of our democracy. 
But the present state loyaltf 
oath goes farther than this. II 
places the signer under a virtual 
dictatorshto and makea him aub- 
ject to obey any ordara handed 
down to him. It doaa not aven 
allow him to question in his own 
mind the' reasonableneit of tiiesa 
orders. 
WALTER DALE 
Ban Rafael 


TODAY'S BUSI NESS MI RROR 
Business Men Happier, 
Depression Fears Shelved 


By 8 AM DAWSON 
'NEW YORK (ilV-Bustofssmen 
are swinging around to a happier 
frame of mind-> if various pulse- 
tskers are to be credited. 
Fears of depression, so pro­ 
nounced earlier this year, an- 
parently have been shelved. 
Manufacturers, wholesale retail­ 
ers, bankers, stock brokers and 
some government officials sre lin­ 
ing up on the side of the optimists 
in appraising prospects for the rest 
of the year. 


A POLL OF 1,277 business execu­ 
tives by Dun k Bradstreet shows 
the majority tooking for increased 
sal» volume the rest of the year, 
and most of them expect their 
operations to be pro^itoble. 
Nearly all plan to maintain pres­ 
ent «nployment levels and some 
expect to hire more men. 


Most of the businessmen polled 
by Dun Sd Bradstreet also brileve 
inventory tiroubles have been ironed 
out now. The majority expect in­ 
ventories to stay at present levels, 
although some are still engaged 
in paring tRem. 


TEXTILl MEN are especially 
happy. The Association of Cotton 
Textile merchants of New York 
says the ig-month squeese on 
profits has ended. Not only is 
mm activity on the incrsaee, but 
so are textile prices. 
Strangely enough, rising peku 
usually bring more customa» into 
the stores than do faUIng ones. The 
trsde explains that when pricee are 
faUing, consumers wait to see how 
low tiieyli go. Whitt prices start 
up, customers start to buy agtlB to 
bnt future rises. 


T R Y A N D S T O P ME 
BENNETT C8 RF 


Gordon MaeRse 
is 
showing 
frtends a cartoon he clipped from 
an English weekly. It depicts a 
couple of fellows playing darts in 
a London saloon. One &i ths darts 


has gone out of line .ancF clipped 
a table sitter in the back of the 
noggin. The table sltt^’s girl 
friend is impatiently grumbling, 
**Oh, you and your stabbing pains 
in the bead.**• • • 
When ths late Sir Harry Uud- 
«r, who was reported still to have 
his first shilling when he died« 
first appeared in New Ymk, he 
stopped at a tiiabby hotH wheiw 
the board was $8 a week, metis 
Included. Lender ate so mudi li)§ 
first two weeks that the landlady 
collared him at the door and said, 
”Begtnnini tomorrow, Tm goti^ to 
have to charge you $10 a week.” 
Lauder (»postulated. ’’Madam, you 
kinna do thot ° I’m verra sick 
from tryto* to eat eight doUars* 
worth nowi” 


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FLUORIDATION, PkO & CON-1 
. 
Experts Split On 
Mineral's Value 


Edito r'» No tc-Surfx i^'^t^y , the 
Ind ep end ent^msfml 
ma ke» » ftece a v a ila ble fo r discuiiio n o f the pro » a nd co ns o f 
fluo rida tio n. The “ pro ” a rg ument a rc pro v ided by the Ma rin 
Citirem* prmmtttee fo r Children*» Denta l Hea lth, a nd by a 
rcpr^nta tiv e o f the denta l hea lth educa tio n co mmittee o f 
Ma rin Denia l So ciety , a nd “ co n” v iews by Citizens Medica l 
Reference Burea u. Discussio ns will be printed da ily thro ug h­ 
o ut this ca se. First a rticle will sta te ca ses; la ter o nes will be 
dev o ted to rebutta l. 
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By BVn PENCE, CliAlmuui 
Child '/en ’t Den tal Health Cobs. 
ABd DR. JAMES RIDEOUT, 
.Rartn Deatal Sod tly 
We are privileged to presen t be­ 
fore the read ers of the Zn d epen d en t- 
Journ al a series of In formative facts 
on a matter which is receivin g a 
great d eal of atten tion throughout 
the n ation , our subject is Tluorl- 
d stion of Public Water Supplies'* 
Defin in g our subject, fluosld atioo 
is the ad justmen t of the fluorid e 
con ten t of a public water supply to 
a d esirable level for the preven tion 
of d en tlil d ecay in child ren 
On e of the greatest stren gths of 
our d eaM)cratlc system is that we, 
the people, are given cred it for be­ 
in g wise en ough to evaluate facts, 
sift them from emotion s, an d come 
to a soun d oon ciuskm, by ourselves. 
In stid Lln g strictly to facts, we hope 
to touch upon some poin ts of in ­ 
terest 
< 
The average five gallon umk 
d rin kin g wat^ in* Californ ia, used 
for d rin kin g, con tain s from 1/SO k 
H oun ce of min eral or chem i^ 
solid s. Most of these such as iron , 
calciuih an d magn esium are all es­ 
sen tial in the build in g of 
better 
teeth. They appear in our water 
n aturally an d are in n o way d etri­ 
men tal. 
ORDINABILT APPEAR 
On e of the min erals which fre­ 
quen tly appears n aturally in water 
supplies is fluorid e. Fluorid es, like 
calcium, are n ecessary to build 
stron ger teeth which aro bett« able 
to resist d en tql d ecay. 
Ff» * gen eration s, million s of Amer­ 
ican s have been d rin kin g water that 
n aturally con tain s fluorid e; con se­ 
quen tly, fluorid ation ad d s n othin g 
that has n ot been in man y water 
supplies for cen turies. Some water 
supplies have too Uttle, some too 
much, an d others just the right 
amoun t. 
In those ccwn mun lties foun d to 
have ovn r two parts an d up to 14 
parts of fluorid e to every million 
parts of water, a mottlin g of the 
en amel was observed . Though on e 
would ex pect the teeth of the resi­ 
d en ts of such a commun ity to \k 
rid d en with d en tal d ecay, this is 
n ot the case. The Duorid e presen t 
red uced d en tal d ecay by 60 to 65 per 
cen t. The problem in these com­ 
mun ities is to red uce the fluorid e 
con ten t to a more reason able level. 
NO DISCOLORATION 
After more than thirty-five years 
of resmch an d observation of teeth 
in those areas where fluorid es ex ist 
n aturally it was foun d that on e part 
fluorid e for every on e million parts 
water will gzvs us that 60 to 66 per 
cen t red uction in d en tal d ecay but 
will n ot stain or d iscolor teeth. 
On e euch commun ity la Colorad o 
Sprin gs, where n ature has put just 
about the right amoun t of fluorid e 
in the water, at a ration of on e part 
fluorid e for every 
million 
parts 
water. 
An other is right here in 
Californ ia at Lemooiv: Tulare coun ­ 
ty, The people of Lemoore, who 
have been d rin kin g that fluorid ated 
water all their lives, have 60 per 
cen t less d en tal d ecay than those 
in n earby Tulare, where the water 
has qp fluorid e . 
The people of Lemoore, hke people 
in hun d red s of other town s who 
have been d rin kin g this properly 
an d n aturally fluorid ated water for 
years have n o evid en c^whatever of 
an y stain in g 
the teeth 
Xt Is fin d in gs such as these that 
prompted scien tists to con sid er the 
ad d ition of fluorid e to public waters 
o i oommun lties whose waters were 
Duorid e-free. 
' 
STARTED IN N. T. 
The coun try’s first fluorid ation 
project was started in 1945 in New 
burgh. New York. 
Tod ay, seven 
years later, this commun ity groud * 
ly poin ts to a red uction in tooth d e­ 
cay amon g Its fix year M chiklrtn 
by* 56 per cen t. Gran d Rapid s, Mich., 
which commen ced its proj^t short- 
ly after Newburgh, poin ts to a 56 
per een t red uction in its six -year- 
old s. 
These result! ctme to the atten - 
tioo of the coun try's lead in g i^en - 
tifie bod ies to carry on further 
stud ies in the ben eflta of fluorid A- 
tion in variotR eection s of the eoun - 
tzy After in t^isive research, the fol­ 
lowin g organ ix ation s en d orsed flucr- 
id atton , based on facts evolved frmn 
their in vestigation s: 
The Amertoan Med icfl associa­ 
tion « the American Den tal aasod a* 
tion . Californ ia State Den tal asso­ 
ciation . CaUf(» n ia Med ical associa­ 
tion . Un ited States PubUe Beaith 
service, Californ ia Departmen t et 
Public Health, Nation al B^« arch 
coun cil, American Pubik Healto 
associatifm, Con fer« sce o t State 
an d Territorial Den tal Health X^rec- 
tors. CaSfomia Con gr^ of Paren ts 
an d Teaehm, an d Calilomla State 
Jun ior Chamber of Omn mtrce 
Toitoy, more than 3^ cmn mun l- 
Hee throttid ioiit Urn Un Bod States 
are Duoiid atin g their w at^ suppUee 
an d mo m ttmn M otoers have ap­ 
proved the measure. The n ation 's 
capital, W ashli^t^ D. C., started 
fluorid alion in Jun e where the pro­ 
gram serves 806,000 p^ple. 
ma . W tm km wili utejl In Am* 


Con 


Br Cm ZtNS’ HKOICAL 
UFEBENCI Btn tEAV 
Marin coun ty membmx of toe 
"Cltisen s* Med ical Bef&en ee Bureau, 
Ihc.** take toe position that an y at­ 
tempt to tamper with- the public 
water supply, ex cept for purpos« i of 
purification , jeoiRrd ises toe health 
of the commun ity. 
We main tain that man y person s 
d o n ot believe that the absen ce of 
fluorin e in the d rin kin g water is toe 
cause of tooth d ecay an d we cqiipose 
the Duorid ation program as a fo rm 
of compulsory med ication . 
• We further main tain that it Is 
impcRSible to arrive at an y average 
6o st of fluorid e that would be "safe” 
for all person s. Some persohs con 
sume man y times as much d rin kin g 
water as other person s an d what is 
"safe" for on e person may in its 
cumulative 
effect 
prove 
highly 
d an gerous to other person s. 
MANY DENTISTS OPPOSE 
"X say that fluorid ation of city 
water is a subtle way to promote 
socialised d en tistry,'* says George A 
Swcn d iman , DIXB. in "Oral Hygien e 
Magazin e** September m i—"Jiton y 
child ren who d rin k fluorid ated water 
will con tin ue to have caries, an d 
their mothers will clamor for in ­ 
creasin g d egrees of govern men t in ­ 
terven tion . . . . It is an ax iom In our 
govern men t that bureas always ex ­ 
pan d ; they n ever con tract.** 
On May 14,1951. Dr. V. O. Hurme, 
DMD. Director of Clin ical Research 
for the Forsyth Den tal In firmary for 
Child ren in Boston , wrote toe fol 
lowin g in a letter to The New York 
Times: "(you) can d o toe public a 
worthwhile service by callin g atten ­ 
tion to the appallin g d isiRrity be­ 
tween fact an d fan cy in this matter 
which con cern s toe health of mil­ 
lion s of citizen s. The very n ature of 
the fluorid e program calls for well- 
in tegrated med ical research pro­ 
grams, which may require at least 
So years to prod uce mean in gful re­ 
sults. The in sid iously cumulative ef- 
fects of this halogen d o n ot pomit 
the makin g of hasty con clusion s, if 
we aim to remain un emotion ally 
scien tifie.'* 
Dr. P a^ Man n in g, a Sprin gfield , 
Mass., d en Sist an d con sultin g chem­ 
ist* has mad e a thorough stud y of 
fluorid ation an d * is on e of its most 
vigorous oppon en ts. By his own d efi­ 
n ition Dr. Man n in g states, "Fluori­ 
d ation is toe mass med ication of en - 
tire population s by the impregn ation 
of en tire water supplies of whole 
commun ities with metallic fluorin e 
compoun d s in capable of bein g as­ 
similated as food , un d er con d iUon s 
of d uress, without cessation or rea­ 
son able chan ce of escape.*' This, he 
says, is in tolerable to a free people. 
MD.’e ABE DOUBTFUL 
Says H. H. Newman n , MJ)., from 
the school of d en tal an d oral surgery, 
faculty of med icin e of Columbia 
un iversity; "Fluorin e has been re­ 
ported to red uce caries in child ren . 
While 
in trod uction 
of 
fluorin e 
should be welcome for wan t of an y­ 
thin g ipore effective, it is n ot justi­ 
fied to tack high hopes on it. Even 
though it is effeeUve in red ucin g 
caries, its d eficien cy is certain ly n ot 
the cause of d ecay.** 
Poison ous character of fluorin e 
compoun d s is revealed by the Jour­ 
n al of the American .Med ical asso­ 
ciation , February 10,1951: "Fluorin e 
also ten d s to accumulate In bmies, 
lead in g to hypercalciflcation an d 
brittlen ess. Ligamen ts an d ten d on s 
also become calcifié. Serloiu lymp- 
toms may en sue, such as Ices of mo­ 
bility of join ts, easy fracture an d 
pressure on spin al cord .'** 
Dr. Thomii L. Mead or, city healto 
officer, Portlan d , Oregon , reported 
“That the treaUn en t of city wstor 
an d toe public d man d fcr such a 
thin g was a so-called 'fad ' cmt iookin g 
for the foun tain of youth.** 
EXPERIMENTS INCOMPLETE 
Begin n in g in 1945 a n umber of 
ex ptfimen ts were in stituted to As­ 
certain toe effect upon tooth d ecay 
in child ren of school age resultir« 
from toe ad d ition of fluorid e to toe 
public water supply. Thest ex peri­ 
men ts were un d er toe iqx >n torship of 
toe U. & Public Healto etrvlce ami 
various state un iversifles an d public 
healto d ^» rtmen ts. These cx pwt. 
raen te are n ow on ly five or six years 
old m û art tlmslcra on ly abcfut half 
cmn id etf. T im were plan n ed to 
cover a 10 to 19 year period . 


ust. Other tocal cmn mun itka that 
have approved fhiorid atton in Cali­ 
forn ia in clud e 
M(» toies, Mtloch, 
Hayward , Oaklan d » Sun n yvale, an d 
IHeasan ton . E!o Vista an d Morgan 
Hill are alread y flUmd d atin g their 
water « ipply. 
H m in Marin coun ty, un fortun ­ 
ately we d o n ot have n aturaliy pres- 
en t fluorid is in our water supid y. 
Our Marin coun ty med ical an d d ei- 
tal sod eti^ an d the hoflto d epart­ 
men t en d orse lluod iSatioii an d we 
art grmtefid to r IMs o ppo rtiml^ to 
preeeni befort toe p t ^ cl Ito ln 
this serica of in fln n mttvt artld ee 
on flUorid atiQo so that we may fel­ 
low toe ex ample of hun d red s oC 
otoer emn n smiittos which are n ow 
fmrflfyin g thehr water wito tooth 
savin g fluorid es tor toe b en ^l of 
our child ren . 
The safety ma û m m m m of flu« *- 
id Ltiim will be presen ted In a Id * 
to wing article. 


Miracle 
Of Necchi 
Explained 


Free d emon stration s an d in struc­ 
tion s are <a t« m tor tooae who fin d 
it hard to bd ieve toat on e 
can d o so much, says F.*J. McGow­ 
an of toe McGowan 's Sewin g Ma­ 
chin es. 
He is referrin g to toe Necchi 
(proun ced Neck-ee) aU-purpoae ma­ 
chin e whlto can sew straight or 
x ig-x ag. embroid er, d am. make but- 
ton hcd <R of uiy size or shape, an d 
ah this without an y attachmen ts. 
* Ex clusive Necchi d ealers for Marin 
coun ty for three an d on e-half years, 
McGowan 's Sewin g Machin es is lo- 
cated in San Rafael n ex t to the 
Rafael Theater at* 1114 Foin to street. 
A sewin g teacher, on e of whom is 
Teresa Pin za shown in the ad join ­ 
in g picture, is on han d at all times 
tor free d ém on stratif an d in struc­ 
tion s without obligad on . 
“We have sold several hun d red in 
Marin county,** says McGowan . "We 
n ot on ly sell, hut we also repair an d 
service ah n mkes of machin es an d 
vacuum clean ers." 
The presen t store was established 
in 1940, but own er McGowan has 
had n early 20 years of ex perien ce 
in this lin e of busin es8| The high 
cost^ of read y-mad e garmen ts, he 
poin ts. out, is turn in g more an d 
more people to the sewin g machin e. 
An d sewin g these' d ays with the 
Necchi machin e is n o effort at all, 
accord in g to the d emon strators at 
t o t store. It can han d le an ythin g 
from the fin est silk to the heaviest 
d raperies, an d leather an d even 
wood en board s if n eed be. 
They come in all mod els from 
portables to the regular on es that sit 
on cabin ets. 
A Necchi machin e like the on es 
stocked at McGowan 's mad e its ap­ 
pearan ce at the Marin Art an d Gar. 
d en Fair held last mon th. That pas 
on ly on e of the mod els, but it put 
on A good show for the thousan d s 
who thread ed through the various 
ex hibits to see for themselves. 


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LOOKS TRICKY BUT ACTUAUY 'TIS SIMPLE 
Ev er see “ tricks up so mebo dy 's sleev e” ? Well, 
here's o ne tha t a ctua lly do cs “ tricks” up y o ur 
sleev e, sa y s sewing instructo r Teresa Pinza , 
but it's no trick a t a ll. The new Necchi 
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Savings And Loan Assn. 
Chalks Up Record High 


For the six th con secutive year, 
the rate of growth of savin gs held 
by the n ation 's savin gs an d loan 
as&ociatimis has been greater than 
that of an y of the other five basic 
forms of lon g-term savin gs, accord , 
in g to E. Keith Dearth, secretary- 
treasurer an d man ager of the North­ 
western Savin gs an d Loan .associa- 
Uon of Mill Valley. 
Savin gs In this type of thrift an d 
home-fin an cin g in stitution in creased 
by $ 2.101,000,000 d urin g 1951. for a 
15 per cen t gain . Dearth said that 
all in d ication s seem to poin t toward 
this record bein g broken l2^ 191^. 
Californ ia alon e," said the 
Mill Vs^ey man ager, "n early 680,000 
person s n ow have accoun ts in sav­ 
in gs association s for a total of over 
$ imooo.ooo.’* 
HIGHEST RETURN 
In his opln lcm there are man y 
reason s for the in creasin g popular­ 
ity of toe savin gs an d loan or build ­ 
in g an d loan (the two are syn on y­ 
mous) association . 
For on e thin g, he says, it offers 
tot highest return , con sisten t with 
safety, to the public on their mon ey. 
A saver by the association hat his 
accoun t in sured up to $ 10,000 by toe 
Fed eral Savin gs an d h o rn In suran ce 
Corporation . 
Most officials of toe savin gs as­ 
sociation are d irectly In terested bi 
the commun ity in which toey d o 
busin ess. 
Customers 
are 
^ven 
flrien d ly, person al service, an d the 
mvo r kn ows toal his fun d s are in ­ 
vested in toe safest type of bivest- 
men t« -home loam, he potots out 
Dearth poin ted out that an other 
reason for the great popularity of 
Savin gs (build in g) an d loan associa- 


N ECCH I 


tion s is the read y availability of 
mon ey to savers who might wish to 
d raw out all, or a portion , of their 
fun d s, 
^ ^ 
SPECIALTY 18 HOMES 
In ad d ition to its fun ction as a 
savin gs med ium, these tn stituUon s 
also perform an other importan t 
fun ction *- that of provid in g more 
fun d s for home own ership than an y 
other type of fin an cial in stitution . 
Dearth said that d urin g 1951, sav­ 
in gs associatiom in the n ation mad e 
$ 54^,000,000 worth of home loan s. 
The volume in Californ ia, alon e 
amoun ted to $ 663303.^ 
“Prospective home own ers will al­ 
ways fin d the officers an d staff of 
a savin gs association d eeply in ter­ 
ested in their plan s for home pur­ 
chases, an d , most importan t, weU 
versed in thiS^ield , sin ee these in ­ 
stitution s len d on n o otoer type of 
property." 
TAILORED TO INCOME 
In ad d ition , he poin ted out, the 
savin gs association ’s person n el an d 
officers are mor% than glad to offer 
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suggestion s to the borrower to make 
his paymen ts tailored to his in come 
or to actually ad vise on the con ­ 
struction uid quality of tot home. 
Dearth also pobited out that sav­ 
in gs an d loan in Californ ia has 
grown to toe ex ten t that the 186 
association s in toe state n ow have 
assets of n early $ 1,900.0004KX) an d 
ran k secon d on ly to Ohio In poin t of 
size. 
Dearth, who lives in MiE Valley, 
is a member of toe Build in g an d 
Fin an cin g Committee of toe Cali­ 
forn ia Savtn gz an d Loan League. 


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« AN FRANCISCO 0J.F5 — Coach 
Buck Shaw of the San Francisco 
Forty Nine» would not say his club 
la on its way to the National Foot­ 
ball League championship today 
even though they scored an impres­ 
sive, 35 to 0, victory over the Wash­ 
ington Redskins. 
"I won’t be sure until I study the 
pictures, but I feel that we can’t 
use this game as a yardstick,** Shaw 
said. “ I hope it doesn’t give us a lot 
of false confidence.** 
Whether or not Shaw get« any 
false confidence about the team as a 
whole, the 35,234 fans felt that he 
should be quite pleased with the 
work of fullback Joe Perry and look 
forward to repeat performaces from 
such linemen as tackles Leo Nome- 
Unni and Ray Collins. 
PERRY GREAT 
Perry proved to be the most im­ 
pressive back on the field In the 
one-sided contest yesterday as he 
scored four of the Forty Niner’i five 
touchdowns and set up the fifth 
tally with a 77-yard run. 
The other touchdown was scored 
by J. R. Boone. Gordon Soltau 
kicked four points after touchdown 
and the other point came on a pass 
from Albert to Boone. 
Albert performed like the highly 
regarded field general he is. He 
completed eight out of 10 passes for 


Tiburón Win 
Sk e in Stops 


At 6 Games 


An aroused team of Sixth Army 
soldiers rose up at Tiburon’s Judge 
Field Sunday and shot down a sur­ 
prised Tiburó n Pelican who had been 
flying high on the six-game win 
streak that extended over two 
months. The San Francisco dog­ 
faces took a fifth inning lead and 
coasted to an 8-1 win. 
The victory by the Army boys, who 
had lost a 7-3 decision to the San 
Rafael Athletics Friday evening, only 
served to confuse observers who had 
predicted the Tiburoners could easily 
stretch their two-game streak over 
the A’s to three when the rivals 
meet on August 31 in Tiburó n. 
An unusually ineffective Hal Kelly 
was the victim of the upset, giving 
up 14 hits, four walks, and striking 
out five. Sanelati and Hollihan split 
chores for the visitors, striking out 
five and walking an equal number 
between them. 
TIBURON TAKES LEAD 
The Pelicans struck first in the 
opening frame as Eddie Vigno 
doubled, Joe Morello walked and 
Frank DeSouza sacrificed. Charlie 
Locati drew another free pass to 
load the sacks and Nick Kobseff got 
a fielder’s choice and scored Vigno 
with the only run. 
The soldiers tied things in the 
third as John Lemon doubled and 
came home after two outs on a 
single by Joe Potts. Tiburó n threat­ 
ened to return In the fourth as 
Johnny Barski slammed a two bag­ 
ger, moved to third, and died. 
The visitors settled things in the 
fifth as Hollihan tripled, Ole Mort- 
inson singled, Dick Silva and Lemon 
drew fielder’s choices for two outs, 
and Potts singled. Fred Viviani 
singled, Husich walked and Jim 
Sherrill singled Viviani in with the 
last of four runs. 
HE DIED ON THIRD 
Barski threatened again for Ti­ 
buró n In the sixth as he walked, 
went to second on George Man- 
teganl’s single, to third as Ray Al- 
bertini drew an error, and died 
* again. 
Three insurance runs scored for 
the Army in the ninth as Mortinson 
singled, Silv* drew an error, Lemon 
doubled fcr one run, Potts soloed 
fov another and Viviani drew a 
fielder’s choice. Husich scored Lemon 
e.n a long lly to center. 
Tlia box score: 
# 
TIBURON 
ab 
Vigno, 2b 
_____ 
_4 
Morello, c f 
._______ 
3 
DeSouza. o __ 
*__ _ 4 
Locati, I f ___ 
______ 
3 
Kobseff, lb 
___ 4 
Barski. ss 
s. 
____ 
3 
Mantegani, r f 
_____ 
3 
Albertini, 3b __ _______ 
_ 3 
Kelly, p 
-------------- - 4 


91 yards and two touchdowns and 
carried the ball three time« for an 
average of 17A yards. 
On the Washington aide of the 
ledger, it appeared that they were 
just outmanned by a more experi­ 
enced and tougher foe. The Skins’ 
highly regarded trio of quarterbacks, 
Sammy Baugh, Harry Gilmer, and 
Eddie LeBaron, were rushed all day 
by the Forty Niner line. 
CHOC CHOO STOPPED 
Halfback Charley “ Choo Choo” 
Justice also had a rough time of it 


getting through the San Francisco 
forward line. 
LeBaron disappointed many of the 
fans who remembered him from his 
College of Pacific days. The rugged 
little Marine hero attempted 14 
passes and completed six of them. 
Many observers offered the opinion 
that LeBaron might prove too small 
for pro football, but his coach, Dick 
Todd, said that Eddie, like most of 
the boys on the club, was only a 
rookie and would shape up "before 
the season got too far along. 


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SPORTS NEWS IN BRIEF 


BY ASSOCIATED PRESS 
GOLF 
KANSAS CITY — Jack Burke Jr. 
Dallas, and Cary Middlecoff, Mem­ 
phis, tied for lead in $ 15,000 Kansas 
City Open Tournament with 72-hole 
scores of 276. 
• 
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* 
EUGENE, Ore. — Tommy Jacobs, 
17, Montebello, Calif., won the Na­ 
tional Jaycee Junior championship 
with two-over-par 290 for 72 holes. 
TENNIS 
NEWPORT, R. I. — Frank Sedg- 
man defeated Ken McGregor, 6-3, 
6-2, 12-14, 6-3, in all-Australian fi­ 
nal of Newport Invitation Tourna­ 
ment. 
* • * 
V 
CHICAGO—Crafty Admiral $ 3.40 
galloped to a three-length triumph 
in $ 44,300 Whirlaway Handicap at 
Washington Park. 
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MANCHESTER, Mass. — Mau­ 
reen Connolly/ San Diego, Calif,. 


won the Essex Tournament with 
4-6, 6-0, 6-3 victory over Louise 
Brough* Beverly Hills, Calif. 
• 
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RACING 
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. — 
One Count $ 10.20 won the 83rd run­ 
ning of Travers Stake for three- 
year-olds. Native Dancer $ 3.40 took 
the Saratoga Special for two year 
olds. 
• 
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AUTO RACING 
SPRINGFIELD. HI. — Mike Na- 
zarak, Hempstead, N. Y., set a world 
record of 106.41 m.p.h. on a dirt 
track in qualifying heat of 100-mile 
race, .won by Bill Schindler, Free­ 
port, N.Y., in world record time of 
1 hour, 3 minutes and 36.14 seconds, 
an average of 9432 m.p.h. 


Rocky, Joe To 
Me e t In Philly 
NEW YORK (UJD—Promoters Jim 
Norris and Herman Taylor finally 
announced today the heavyweight 
title fight for which champion Jer­ 
sey Joe Walcott and unbeaten 
Rocky Marciano have been training 
a week. * 
The 15-round bout will be staged 
at Philadelphia's municipal stadium 
on Sepfc 23. That confirms what the 
United Press reported exclusively 
last Tuesday. 
Walcott, 38, and Marciano, 27, are 
expected to attract 65,000 fans and 
$ 800,000 at the huge stadium where 
Jack Dempsey and Gene Tunney 
drew 120,757 and $ 1,895,733 in 1926. 
— 
Stars Me e t Sacs Tonight 
In Bid For Le ague Le ad 


BY ASSOCIATED PRESS 
Johnny Lindell gets a chance to 
notch his 20th Pacific Coast League 
victory of the year when his Holly­ 
wood club clashes tonight in a re­ 
take of the July 24th game suc­ 
cessfully protested by Sacramento. 
The Stars won that one, 5-3, but 
League Prexy Clarence Rowland up­ 
held Sac Manager Joe Gordon’s sec­ 
ond inning protest. Play starts in 
the Hollwood half of the second in­ 
ning. The score stands at 1-1 and 
runners will be oa first and second 
with one out and a 2-2 count on the 
iatter. 
There’s more at stake, however, 
for Hollywood. If the Stars man­ 
age to whip the Solons again they 
will go into a tie with Oakland for 
first place. Last week Big Jawn hur- 
*d the Stars into the league lead 


and will be out to do it again when 
he faces Sacramento’s Jesse Flores. 
Hollywood had an easy time of 
it yesterday taking the opener from 
San Francisco 15-5. Then the Stars 
staged a seventh inning rally to 
make it a clean sweep 7-6. . 
They didn’t gain any ground as 
Oakland whipped Los Angeles 8-4 
and 10-1. The Oaks piled up nine 
runs in the first inning of the night­ 
cap. 
Portland also copped a double- 
header and fburth place. The Beav­ 
ers snared the opener 4-2 and re­ 
turned lor a 6-0 shutout as Fred 
Sanford pitched a neat one-hitter. 
Guy Fletcher and Ben Flowers 
pitched San Diego to 7-0 and 4-1 
victories 
over 
Sacramento. 
Lou 
Klein slapped a home run for the 
Padres in the nightcap. 


CALIFORNIA 
OUTDOORS 


Tribe, 'Hustle 
Or Else 


Doby Benched For 
r ’Loafing’ As Tribe 
Opens Title Drive 


NEW TORE (UJ9—A1 Lopez charg- 
ed up his Indians with a “ hustle of 
else” edict today for their final tour 
of the eastern badlands where they 
have cracked up in other years in 
the stretch drive for the pennant. 
He demonstrated how topgh he 
could get yesterday when he order­ 
ed slugging star Larry Doby out 
of the first game with the White 
Sox for failing to hustle. The In­ 
dians swept both games, 8 to 2 and 
2 to 1, to move within Hi games of 
the Leading. Yankees, Doby, the 
league!« biggest run producer with 
83, s%t on thé bench all the way 
after his misadventure,!» the fourth 
inning of the opener. 


FAILS TO HUSTLE 
The incident occurred when Doby, 
apparently piqued because the scor­ 
er did not give him a hit on a ball 
that was fumbled by Eddie Robin­ 
son, failed to get from first to third 
on a single to right by Luke Easter 
Wally Westlake, Doby’s replacement 
did not get a hit, although the In­ 
dians won both games on fine pitch­ 
ing by Bobby Feller and Mike Gar­ 
cia. 
The comeback of the two right 
handers also was significant since 
neither had been of much use late­ 
ly. Feller pitched six-hit ball to win 
his first game since Aug. 3, while 
Garcia, who had been batted out 
six straight times, turned in a steady 
eight hitter for his 15th win. It was 
his first victory sinr* July 24. a 
The Indians open a series in Bos­ 
ton Tuesday. Then move to New. 
York to plajrthe Yankees in a make 
or break series on Friday. -■ 
Gepe Woodling picked a fine tiifie 
to get his 100th hit of the year, 
singling home the winning run for 
the Yankees in the ninth in their 
3 to 2 conquest of Boston, also high­ 
lighted by the two-hit three-inning 
scoreless relief pitching of young 
Tom Gorman. In other American 
League games, the Browns topped 
the Tigers, 4 to 2, then lost, 4 to 2, 
while the Senators defeated Phila­ 
delphia, 7 to 2, then lost 11 to 7. 


BUMS* LEAD CUT 
Kaldrews pitched four hit ball for 
the Phillies to defeat the Dodgers 
2 to 1, for the third time this year 
and cut their lead to 
games 
over the Giants, who split with the 
Braves. Boston took the opener, 1 
to 3 as Giant manager Leo Duro 
cher had to be restrained from slug­ 
ging umpire Augie Donatelli. Dave 
Koslo, celebrating the arrival of 
son, pitched six-pit ball to wip the 
second game, 4 to 2. Rookie Stu 
Miller of the Cardinals almost be­ 
came the fiçst hurler in history to 
break into the majors with two 
straight shutouts, settling for a 2 
to 1 victory over the Reds, who scor­ 
ed an unearned tally in the ninth. 
The Cubs defeated the Pirates, 5 
to 2, as pitcher Bob Rush drove in 
three runs with a triple and force 
out, and the Pirates took the second 
game, 5 to 2, with Ralph Kiner’s 
26th homer supplying the margin. 
In the opener at Detroit where 
the players must Jhave become con­ 
fused over which dugout to go to, 
former tiger Vic Wertzwertz hit a 
two-run homer to beat his former 
teammates as^ former Brownie Jim 
Delsing homered for the losers and 
former Tiger Gene Bearden pitched 
his seventh victory of the year. 
Former Brownie Ned Garver made 
his first start for Detroit a winning 
one in the nightcap, setting down 
his old buddies with nine hits. 


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Big ironman Fred DcMartini went wild yesterday at Mill 
Valley’s Boyle Park and there 
was no one around who could stop 
him. 
The strong lefthanded Muir Woods VFW chucker sweltered 
4►through nine innings on the mound, 
striking out 10 and giving up only 
LEAGUE 
STANDINGS 


PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE 
Result« Sunday, August 17 
Oakland 8, Los Angeles 4 
Oakland 10, Los Angeles 1 <2d> 
Hollywood 15, San Francisco 5 
Hollywood 7, San Francisco 6 (2d) 
San Diego 7, Sacramento 0 
San Diego 4, Sacramento 1 (2d) 
Portland 4, Seattle 2 
Portland 6, Seattle 0 (2d) 
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Hollywood 
San Diego 
Portland . 
Seattle _ 
Los Angeles 
San Francisco 
Sacramento ... 
How the Serie« Ended 
Oakland 6, Los Angeles 1 
Hollywood 5, San Francisco 2 
Sacramento 4, San Diego 3 
Portland 6, Seattle 3 
Games Tonight 
Sacramento at Hollywood—Flores 
(7-7) vs. Lindell (19-8). Only game 
scheduled. 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 
Results Sunday,. August 17 
New York 3, Boston 2 
Washington 7, Philadelphia 2 
Philadelphia 12, Washington 
(2d) 
Cleveland 8, Chicago 2 
Cleveland 2, Chicago 1 (2d) 
St. Louis 4. Detroit 2 
Detroit 4, St. Louis 2 (2d) 
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Cleveland ______ 
67 
Boston ________ 
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Washington ___ 61 
Chicago .......... 60 
Philadelphia ___ 57 
St. Louis ______ 
50 
Detroit .............39 


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Remits Sunday, August 17 
Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 1 
Boston 7, New York 3 
New York 4, Boston 2 
New York 4, Boston 2 (2d, 8 ins., 
darkness) 
Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 2 
Pittsburgh 5. Chicago 2 (2d) 
St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1 


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three hits and then turned to the 
plate to smash out a home run and 
two singles for four times at bat 
DeMartini's performance was good 
enough to give the Mill Valleyans 
an 8-6 win over Fed Radio from San 
Francisco and extend the . team’s 
winning ways to seven games in suc­ 
cession. DeMartini, holding almost 
exclusive dominion over the Boyle 
Park mound, has been credited with 
six of the seven wins and all but 
one other of the team’s five previous 
triumphs. 
The San Francisco boys were one 
of the rougher teams to visit Mill 
Valley this season and were fresh 
from winning1 the American Leagus 
division of the S. F. recreation loop 
summer play. 
MUIR SCORES FIRST 
Mill Valley scored first in the sec­ 
ond, with two markers on hits by 
Eddie Reichmuth, Don Casey, and 
Skip Larkin, who travelled down 
from Camp Stoneman to take the 
place of the absent Bob Gini. 
In the fourth it was two more as 
DeMartini and Stan Woodard, just 
recovering from becoming a lather 
for the third time, singled and scor­ 
ed on an error. 
The Fed boys came back with two 
in the fifth on one hit to move the 
score to 4-2, but fell behind again 
as the hosts sent three in in their 
half of the same frame. Singles by 
Reichmuth and Clarence 
Hobson 
and DeMartini’s long blow to the 
road between left and center did 
the trick. 
The locals finished things off in 
the sixth with si single run on 
dqjible by Len Olivers and an er­ 
ror. Fed scored once in the seventh 
on one hit and again three times 
in the eighth o n a hit, two walks 
and two errors. 
The box score: 
MUIR WOODS VFW 
ab 
Larkin, ss ....... ________ 
— 4 
Woodward, 2b-cf --------3 
Wensloff, If --------------- 4 
Olivers, 3 b --------------— 4 
Clyde, rf ---------------- 
2 
Fillipi, rf ........ 
3 
Reichmuth, cf ------ — 3 
Homen, 2b ............ .........2 
Hobson, lb ---------- ----- 3 
Casey, c -- ------------- ..— 4 
De Martini, p ------- — 4 


By UNITED PRESS 
The fall flight of ducks in the 
Pacific flyway will show a “ moderate 
to considerable” increase over last 
year, according to Albert M. Day, di­ 
rector of the fish and wild life serv­ 
ice. 
Day said early checks by his 
agency show the goose flight on 
the Far West flyway probably will 
be “ about the same as 1951.” 
• Day said the national outlook for 
ducks this fall looks pretty en­ 
couraging. 
“ Duck hunters can anticipate in­ 
creases over last year in the fall 
flights that will range from ‘slight’ 
to ‘major’ across the nation, the di­ 
rector said. 
“ With increased breeding popula­ 
tion and production, it seems defi­ 
nite that there will be a major in­ 
crease in the number of ducks mov­ 
ing southward through the Central 
flyway. 
“Thè fall flight in the Mississippi 
flyway will undoubtedly show a 
moderate improvement over last 
year while the Atlantic area may ex- 
l» ct a small increase in dabbling 
ducks and at least a moderate boost 
of divers this fail” Day reported. 
• 
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• 
* 
Federal regulations ’for hunting 
doves and pigeons in Calif orina this 
season have been announced by Hie 
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. 
AH dove seasons in California ex­ 
tend from September 1 to Septem­ 
ber 30, but white-winged doves may 
be taken only in Imperial county. 
White-wing hunters in Imperial will 
get an extra 15 days over the 1951 
season to conform with the dove 
season In the rest of the state. 
Daily bag and possession limit is 
18 birds and shooting hours are 
from a half-hour before sunrise to 
a half-hour past sunset except on 
opening day when the firing starts 
at noon. 


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San Diego To Play 
lit Little Series 
SANTA MONICA (AT-San Diego 
has qualified for the Little League 
baseball world series after beating 
Santa Monica 7-3 in an overtime 
inning for the regional title 
Saturday. 
Salt Lake City took third place 
by beating VaHejo 3-0. 
The Little League final« will be 
played in Williamsport, Pa., starting 
August 26. 


SOFTB ALL TITLE 
GAME TONIGHT 


The San Rafael Softball Lea­ 
gue’s second half, A division 
championship will be at stake 
tonight when the Lucky Spots 
and Dugouts match their un­ 
beaten records at Albert Field. 
The single game will start at 8 
o’clock. 


Winner in the first half, the 
Lucky Spots can clinch the title 
with a victory tonight. However, 
should the Dugouts win, the two 
teams would face further play­ 
off play. 


Marin Cricket 


Club Triumphs 


The Marin Cricket Club has 
reached finals in the Price Cup 
tournament in Northern California 
Cricket Association play after a big 
victory over the strong San Fran­ 
cisco Olympic Club in semi-finals 
yesterday. The score was 95 for three 
wickets, 92 aU out. 
Outstanding fielding by the Ma­ 
rin players was credited with the 
overwhelming victory while individ­ 
ual stars were. Jack Pote-Hunt who 
scored 57 runs, not out and John 
Anderson had 22 not out. Anderson 
also took six wickets for 24 runs in 
bowling. 


Wide -Ope n Race Seen 
In Na t'I Amate ur Me e t 


SEATTLE, Wash. <UJ0 — AU the 
dreams and hopes built up after a 
year’s studious practice went on the 
firing line today as match play got 
under way in the 52nd Annual U S. 
National Amateur golf tounrament. 
With defending champion BUly 
Maxwell of Odessa, Tex., and such 
former titleholdera as Charley Coe, 
Sam Urzetta and the incomparable 
Chick Evans in Hie field, it was re­ 
garded as a wide-open race. 
Byron Nelson, the one-time king 
of the professionals, looked over the 
rolling fairways and the heavily- 
wooded roughs of the Seattle golf 
dub. 
“ The man who wins this tourna­ 
ment will be a real champion,” he 
said. “ This course isn’t excessively 
tough, but it is a true test of golf. 
You can’t hack your way around on 
this Jay-out and come out on top.” 
In the feature matches today, 
Maxwell opened his campaign to 
| become a two-time winner by taking 


on Ira Gruber of Pottstown, Pa. Ur­ 
zetta, takes on Marion (Bux) His- 
key, Twin Falls, Ida., while Coe and 
Frank Stranahan. the Toledo mil­ 
lionaire drew byes, along with 54 
others. 
One of the first day’s top attrac­ 
tions pita 20-year-old Ken Venturi 
of San Francisco, California state 
amateur champ and a member of 
the U.S. Americas cup team, against 
Arnold Blum, of Macon, Ga., one 
of the country’s finest match play­ 
ers. 
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’ 
, 
In the final tune-upp, the best 
pre-tournament score oa this course 
was posted by Don Cherry of New 
York City. He had a 66. Par i* 35- 
36—71 on the 6/32-yard course. 
Hillman Robbins of Memphis, Tenn., 
had a 67 — without sinking a single 
long putt. Johnny pawson, veteran 
from Hollywood, had a 69; and 
Maxwell a 70. Jim Ferrier of Long 
Beach, Southern California amateur 
champion, had a bole-in-one — but 
came is with a 


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Lippy Almost 
Punched Ump, 
Faces Fine 


NEW YORK (U.fi> — Manager Leo 
Durooher of the Giants, who was 
only an impulse away from lifetime 
banishment lrom baseball, faced a 
fine and possible suspension today 
for what looked a lot like an attempt 
to punch Umpire Augie Donatelli. 
Giant front office officials, ad­ 
mitting that Durocher would have 
been banned from basebaU for life 
had he punched the umpire, conced­ 
ed that Leo would be fined but 
hoped that he would avoid a sus­ 
pension. 
The incident occurred in the ninth 
inning of yesterday’s opener with 
the Boston Braves and Warren Giles, 
President of the NaHonal League 
was telephoned a fuU report on it 
last night. 
Durocher, attempting to make 
light of the affair, refused to con­ 
firm or deny that he had attempted 
to hit Donatelli. 
'It’s just like any manager being 
thrown out of a baH game. That’s all 
there is to it,” he said. 
ASKS FOR BALL 
The incident flared up suddenly 
as Hal Gregg, fifth Giant pitcher in 
the opener, reached the mound from 
the buUpen to start the ninth inning. 
Donatelli, umpiring at second base, 
asked to examin# the baseball. Dur­ 
ocher grabbed the baH from Gregg’s 
glove and threw it instead to plate 
umpire A1 Bar lick. 
After a brief exchange of words, 
DonateHl waved Durocher out of the 
game. The Giant manager jumped 
into the air waving both arms. Then 
he cocked his right arm as if to 
throw a punch and raced after 
Donatelli. Grimm, coaching at third 
base, rushed between the two and 
fended Durocher away with the aid 
of Barlick and third base umpire 
Tom Gorman whUe Giant shortstop 
Alvin Dark threw his aims around 


ONE SHOT, 
ONE BUCK FOR BOY 
Thirteen-year-old Jackie Burris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Damon 
Burris of 36 Tihuron boulevard, Alto, bagged this 135-pound buck 
with one shot last week at the Steve Balzan ranch in Bolinas. 
Although the Alto Elementary school eighth grader had been hunt­ 
ing before with his dad, this was the first bifck he’d ever killed. It 
was the biggest deer taken on the Balzan ranch in a long time and 
one of the largest killed in Marin county this season. 


FOOTB ALL CAMPAIGN 
Marin Semi-Pros Slate 
3 Games At Ke ntfie ld 


Bill Engeln, new umpire in Hie 
National League, was once a bat 
boy for the St. Louis Browns in the 
days of George Sisler. 


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Assured of at least three home 
games, the Marin Athletic 
Club 
semi-pro football team steps up its 
practice campaign this week in pre­ 
paration for its opening game on 
September 6. 
, 
The semi-pro club was given per­ 
mission to use the‘College of Marin 
gridiron three times this season, 
September 6, 13 and November 11. 
They open -their campaign against 
the South San Francisco Wind- 
breakers in a Saturday night game, 
September 6 at Kentfield. 
Permission to use the field was 
given the semi-pros this morning 
by College of Marin Athletic Direc­ 
tor Arleigh Williams. Williams said 
“ the school will do everything it can 
to cooperate with the Marin Athle­ 
tic club.” 
The additional three games brings 
to 28 the number of grid contests 
slated at Kentfield this fall by the 
Marin Tars, Tam, Drake, Marin 
Catholic high schools and the semi- 
pros. At first this was feared to be 


Kim Scores Sixth 
Straight Knockout 
HOLLYWOOD (U.R) — Honolulu’s 
Phil Kim had southern California 
fight fans clamoring today for a 
niatch between the Hawaiian wild­ 
cat and California’s golden boy, Art 
Aragon. 
The tough stocky welterweight of 
Korean lineage raised the pitch of 
the Aragon-Kim battle cry Saturday 
night when he thumped Freddy 
(Babe) Herman down the trail of a 
third round technical knockout. It 
was Kim’s sixth straight stateside 
win, aU of which have been kayoes. 
— 
s— 
___________ 


too much of a load on the turf and 
the school’s board of trustees left 
the Athletic dub’* request up to 
Williams. 
The semi-pros, coached by Jack 
Sobrero and 
J ack Flagerman, 
meanwhile have been practicing 
thrice weekly at San Rafael High’» 
baseball field. 
Their complete schedule has not 
been announced as yet but they win 
play leading semi-pro clubs from 
throughout northern California. 
Other than the Windbreaker game, 
other contests definitely slated are 
September 20 at Petaluma and an 
Armistice Day game at Kentfield 
against the National Guard Bat­ 
talion from San Mateo. 


Zátopek Spurns 


U.S. Tour Offe r 


VIENNA (P) — Emil Zátopek, 
Czechoslovakia’s triple gold medal­ 
ist in the recent Olmpica, spumed 
bids to visit the United States to­ 
day, caUing the offers “ ridiculous, 
unsportsmanlike.” 
» 
The world’s marathon champion, 
broadcasting over the Prague ra­ 
dio, said whUe at Helsinki he had 
received numerous offers to run in 
America. 
He said, however, the offers were 
to run on “ circus” tracks unsuitable 
for his long-distance running. He 
added: 
“ I only laughed when I received 
these ridiculous, unsportsmanlike 
offers.” 


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If you’re about to have the knot tied, or have just done 
so, here's a wise “ aside” —Aim for a home of your own. Get 
a good start in life. 


In tonight’s Ind ep end ent-Jo urna l 
want ads are the list­ 
ings of leading Marin Realtors. Some of these homes require 
modest cash down payments, with reasonable monthly pay­ 
ments. 


You owe it to your future to see these home values today. 


South Ma rin Re c re a tion 
Ce nte r Ele c tion Tomorrow 
three yews. Outgoing members, si] 
ca ndida tes for re-election a re: 
Elmer Boy den, Willa rd Cox, Ea rl 
Homa n, Fred Ma ntega ni, Mrs. An­ 
gelo Mira ta , Fra nk V. Smith 
a nd 
Ma son B Wells. 
Three a nnounced new ca ndida tes 
a re Ra lph Noa h, Mrs. Jerome La u- 


Eive new members of the boa rd 
of governors of 
southern 
Ma rin 
Recrea tion center will be elected to­ 
morrow night a t the a nnua l meet­ 
ing of the orga niza tion, it is sched­ 
uled for 8 p. m. in the recrea tion 
center building. 
Although seven members of the 
boa rd we their terms expire, only 
five will be re-elected to bring the 
boa rd into conformity with the by­ 
la ws which ca ll for 11 members on 
the governing body. Due to a mis­ 
ta ke, the boa rd ha s been opera ting 
with more tha n the required num­ 
ber. 
There will be a t lea st 10 ca ndid­ 
a tes for the five terms, ea ch to run 


Hillside Black 


In Match Play 


Sma ll children a nd a few ma tches 
left a bout 35 a cres of Nova to hill­ 
side 
bla ckened 
from a fire t>rt 
sta rted a bout 2:30 yesterda y a fter­ 
noon a nd burned 
until 
nea rly 8 
o’clock. 
__________ 
Brush a nd gra ss on the 
Lewis 
ten a nd Cha rles Loca ti. Others ma y Rmtt ra nch a nd the a djoining Mur- 


Ca r Hits Cbw On 
Neva da Highwa y, 
Ma n, J l , Killed 


» ELKO, Nsr. (JP) — A. J. Courte- 
xna nche, 71, Los Angeles sa lesma n, 
wa s killed when his ca r hit a cow 
a nd bounced hea don into a nother 
ma chine seven miles ea st of here 
on U. 8 . Highwa y 40 Sa turda y night. 
Courtema nche’s wife, Alice, 66, a nd 
the two persons in the other ca r, 
Mr. a nd Mrs. Willia m D. Phipps of 
Elko, a re in serious condition a t 
Elko Genera l Hospita l here. 
The Phipps ca r ca ught fire a fter 
the a ccident, but Mickey Birdsell of 
Wells pulled the couple from the 
ma chine before the ga soline ta nk 
exploded. 
Birdsell 
bea t 
out 
the 
fla mes in Mrs. Phipps, clothing*. 
Mrs. Courtema nche, whose home 
Is a t 4265 Oa rthwa ite a venue, Los 
Angeles* suffered two broken legs 
a nd interna l injuries. 
Phipps, 50, a ra ilroa d conductor, 
received a broken ja w a nd severe 
cute, a nd his wife, Lorra ine, 55, ha s 
two broken legs. 


seek sea ts on the boa rd. 
Holdover* a re President Russell 
Keil, Eugene Whea ry, Gus Ba rth, 
Cla rence Gumming, Ha rold Kea ton 
a nd George Bitter. 
For the first time in the history 
of the orga niza tion, genera l mem­ 
bers will be a llowed to vote for the 
boa rd of governors ca ndida tes. The 
by-la ws were recently cha nged to 
a llow such voting. They previously 
ha d limited voting to founders a nd 
cha rter members. These two cla ssi­ 
fica tions still vote 
exclusively 
on 
money a nd other ma tters of the or­ 
ga niza tion. 
Besides the election^ a nnua l re­ 
pea ts on fina nces a nd other ma tters 
will be ma de by the officers. There 
a lso will be a progress report a nd 
suggestions for projects in the com­ 
ing yea r. 
All members ha ve been urged to 
a ttend the meeting. 


Row Boot Used 
In Silent Theft 
CROCKETT (U.R)—A burgla r, who 
broke into Dowrelio’* 
boa t 
house 
a nd resta ura nt here la st night wa nt­ 
ed to be sure no one disturbed him 
a s he relieved the 
esta blishment’s 
sa fe of more tha n $350 in weekend 
receipts. 
After brea king into the 
pla ce, 
the burgla r etole a rowboa t, a ppa r­ 
ently rowed out into the Ca rquinez 
8 tra it, took the money from 
the 
a a ft, tossed the sa fe overboa rd, a nd 
then bea ched the boa t on the shore 
where it wa s found this morning. 
The theft wa s reported to 
the 
Contra Costa county sheriff’s of­ 
fice this morning by Henry Dow- 
reiio, owner of the 
esta blishment 
when he noticed a door broken open. 


Sjousa lito Fire 
Burns Guest Room 
A fire of updertermined origin 
yesterda y a fternoon da ma ged a n 
upsta irs bedroom a nd a n a djoining 
closet in the home of Richa rd Gla d- 
stein, 8 2 Cloudview a venue, Sa usa - 
llto. 
The fire, which broke out Just be­ 
fore 6 pm. a s the fa mily a nd guests 
visited a nd wa tched television in tht f 
rooms below, da ma ged the floors, 
wa ils a nd ceiling of the guest rodm. 
It burned through into Mrs. Gla d- 
stein's closet, destroying clothing 
a nd ha ts stored there. 
The bla ze wa s extinguished by 
Sa usa lito fire depa rtment. Estima te 
of da ma ge wa s not immedia tely 
a va ila ble. 


BeBe Pe rforms In M.V. 
BeBe the clown of the Sta te Fa ir 
enterta ined a gra ndsta nd full of 
children this morning In Mill Va l­ 
ley’s Boyle Pa rk. He wa s presented 
by the city's summer recrea tion pro­ 
gra m. 


Fresh-wa ter cla ms a re pa ra sites of 
fish In the ea rly pa rt of their lives. 
The homed toa d of the America n 
Southwest is a liza rd. 


H. W. Steinegger, Attorney 


In the Superior Court of the Sta te 
of Ca lifornia in a nd for the County 
of Ma rin Juvenile Court Depa rt­ 
ment. 
In the Ma tter of D A L T O N 
WOHLER, An Aba ndoned Child. 
No. 18 62 
CITATION 
To HORTENSE WOHLER. 
You a re hereby notified tha t 
there ha s been filed in this Honor­ 
a ble Court a verified petition show­ 
ing tha t the a bove na med minor 
DALTON WOHLER is within the 
County of Ma rin, Sta te of Ca lifor­ 
nia , a nd is a person coming within 
the provision of the Welfa re a nd In­ 
stitutions Code of the Sta te of Ca li­ 
fornia , a nd pra ying for a n order of 
sa id Court determining D \LTON 
WOHLER to be a n a ba ndoned child 
within the terms a nd mea ning of 
Article IV, Section 22 of the Consti­ 
tution of the Sta te of Ca lifornia a nd 
within the mea ning of Section 224 of 
the Civil Code of the Sta te of Ca li­ 
fornia : 
NOW, T H E R E F O R E , you a re 
. 
_ 
> a ppea r 
before this Honora ble Court on 
Thursda y, the 16th da y of October 
h ereb y 
cited a nd directed to a ] 
re tt 
■» da y, 
, _ _____ 
1952 a t the hour of 9 :30 o’clock in 
the forenoon of sa id da y a t Dept. 
One Superior Court, Court House, 
Sa n Ra fa el to show ca use, if a ny 
you ha ve, why a n order should not 
be ma de by this Court a djudging 
a nd determining sa id D A L T O N 
WOHLER to be a n a ba ndoned child 
within the terms a nd mea ning of 
Article IV, Section 2? of the Consti­ 
tution of the Sta te of Ca lifornia , 
a nd within the mea ning of Section 
224 of the Civil Code 
0 the Sta te of 
Ca lifornia , a nd of the Welfa re a nd 
Institutions Code of the Sta te of 
Ca lifornia , judicia lly depriving you 
of a ny further right or interest in 
the custody or control of sa id child. 
WITNESS JORDAN L. MARTIN- 
ELLI, Judge of the sa id Court this 
10th da y of June, 1952. 
JORDAN L. MARTINELU 
(SEAL)_____ 
ATTEST my ha nd a nd the 
Sea l of Sa id Court, the da y 
a nd yea r la st a bove written. 
GEORGE S. JONES, Clerk. 
By GEO. GNOSS, 
Deputy Clerk 
48 2 July 7, 14, 21, 28 , Aug. 4, 11* 18 . 
25, Sept. 2, 8 , 1952 


Child-Killing 
Pe na lty Eased 
SINGAPORE (JP) — Mothers who 
murder their newly bom up to 12 
months of a ge, while their minds 
a re disturbed a fter child birth will 
not in the future be put to dea th, 
a ccording to a proposed la w. 
Proposing the a mendment to the 
colony’s pena l code, the a ttorney- 
genera l sa id under the existing la w, 
a woma n fqces the ca pita l cha rge if 
she commits a n offense a ga inst her 
child while emotiona lly disturbed 
a fter child-birth. 


Ins trume nt Me a s ure s 
Fly's Bre a th 
MONTEAL, (JP) — Designed a nd 
built in Fra nce by Prof. E. Ca lvet, a 
micros lor imeter now is in use a t the 
University of Montrea l. The sensi­ 
tive device ca n mea sure the tem­ 
pera ture of a fly’s brea th, or de­ 
termine the qua ntity of hea t in ba c­ 
teria . 


phy ra nch on Atherton a venue went 
up in fla mes but no property wa s 
da ma ged. 
The Nova to fire depa rtment, with 
the a ssista nce of four county trucks, 
worked more tha n three hours get­ 
ting the bla ze under control. 
At seven minutes a fter midnight 
on Sunda y morning, Nova to fire­ 
men were ca lled to put out a fire 
which ha d rekindled on the H. Bor- 
morlini property on Court 
street. 
Firemen sa id tha t rubbish, which 
ha d been burned cm Sa turda y, a p­ 
pa rently re-ignited. No da ma ges re­ 
sulted. 
Another sma ll brush fire sent No­ 
va to firemen to Bla ck Point where 
a n a rea a bout 20 by 20 feet burn­ 
ed. The ca use wa s unknown, 
but 
firemen 
specula ted tha t a lighted 
ciga rette could ha ve sta rted 
the 
fla mes. 


2 Ma rin Residents 
Killed In Accidents 
Continued from pa ge one) 
Dolph Pa ul Squeri /a lso of Sa n 
Fra ncisco. 
Then Ra lph Picillo of Sa nta Rosa 
drove up from behind, his ca r hit­ 
ting the second a nd sending a ll 
three ca rt in a bumper to bumper 
s m a s h u p . Picillo wa s cited for 
speeding without due ca ution. 
Joa n Giesler wa s a pa ssenger In 
a ca r driven by John Everts Herr, 
19, of Berkeley. Although a deta iled 
report of the a ccident ha s not been 
completed, Ca lifornia Highwa y pa ­ 
trol officia ls sa id tha t the girl must 
ha ve hit the door ha ndle a nd fa llen 
out. 


Three Drivers Get 
Licenses Aga in 
Three Ma rin drivers were gra nted 
reinsta tements of their opera tors' 
licenses a nd a Corte Ma dera woma n 
wa s put on proba tion la st week by 
the sta te depa rtment of motor ve­ 
hicles. 
Receving the reinsta tements were 
Wa lter G. Bluhm, Mill Va lley; Ade­ 
line 
Ma rie 
Ma nning, 
8 34 ^ifth 
a venue, Sa n Ra fa el; La ma r A. Vig- 
no, 444 Ma nza nita a venue, Corte 
Ma dera . 
Evelyn I. King of Corte Ma dera 
wa s pla ced on proba tion for a fa ulty 
driving record. 


BIRTHS 


T S P Z -A t f ii, |U » e l flenenJ, 
August 12, 1952, to the wife (Ma ry 
Lou Ha rtnea ) of Kenneth Lope, 
Sa n Ra fa el, a da ughter. 
COLOSIMO—At Sa n Ra fa el Gen­ 
era l, August 12, 1952, to the wife 
(Ma ry Sa ndretto) of Louis Colosi- 
®o, Sa n Ra fa el, a da ughter. 
LOVAN—a t Sa n Ra fa el Genera l 
August 15, 1952, to the wife (Ma ry 
Johnson) of Rona ld Lova n, Sa n Ra ­ 
fa el, a da ughter. 
KING'—At Ross Genera l, August 
15, 1952, to the wife (Ma ry Wa lsh) 
of La yton King, Sa usa lito, a da ugh­ 
ter. 
DeFREMERY—At Ross Genera l, 
August 11, 1952 to the wife (Susa n 
Atkins) of Robert DeFremery, Mill 
Va lley, a da ughter. 
WILSON—At Ma rin Genera l, Au­ 
gust 14, 1952, to the wife (Shirley 
Voigts) of Russell Wilson, La rk­ 
spur a son. 
SCHAAL—At Ma rin Genera l, Au­ 
gust 14, 1952, to the wife (Helen Ar- 
rigo) of Thoma s Scha a l, Mül Va l- 
ley), a son a nd a da ughter (twins). 
HUSSMAN — At Ma rin Genera l, 
August 15, 1952, to the wife (Bet- 
tigehe Asmussen) of Dr. John Huss- 
ma n, Corte Ma dera , a son. 
THOMAS —F At Ma rin feenera l, 
August 15, 1952, to the wife (Ca rla 
Richter) of Ha rry W. Thoma s, Fa ir­ 
fa x, a da ughter. 
PLANT—At Ma rin Genera l, Au­ 
gust 15, 1952, to the wife (Elea nor 
Siller) of Noble Pla nt, Forest Knolls, 
a son, 
MARSHALL—At Ma rin Genera l, 
August 15, 1962, to the wife (Elma 
Nea l) of Ja mes W. Ma rsha ll, Sa n 
Ra fa el, a da ughter. 
SHERMAN — At Ma rin Genera l, 
August 15, 1952, to the wife (Evelyn 
Coe) of Thoma s A. Sherma n, Sa n 
Ra fa el, a da ughter. 
FRIEDMAN—At Ma rin Genera l, 
August 17, 1952, to the wife (Ma ria n 
Sa muel) of Ma x Friedma n, Fa irfa x, 
a da ughter. 
FERRO—At Ma rin Genera l, Au­ 
gust. 17, 1952, to the wife (Betty 
Orcutt) of Joseph Ferro, Sa n Ra ­ 
fa el, a da ughter. 
JONES—At Ma rin Genera l, Au­ 
gust 17, 1952, to the wife (Alice Wa l­ 
ker) of Cha rles A. Jones, Forest 
Knolls, a da ughter. 


John D. Ga lla her, Atty. 


NOTICE OF PROBATE 
Sta te of Ca lifornia , ) 
County of Ma rin )ss. 
In the Superior Court of the 
Sta te of Ca lifornia , in a nd for the 
County of Ma rin. 
In the Ma tter of the Esta te of 
JOSEPHINE 
HAZEL 
BLANTON, 
a lso known a s J. HAZEL BLAN­ 
TON, a nd a lso known a s HAZEL 
J. BLANTON, Decea sed. 
No. 1028 3. 
Notice of time set for proving 
Will, 
etc., 
a nd 
Applica tion 
for 
Letters Testa menta ry. 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN tha t 
a petition for the proba te of the 
will of JOSEPHINE HAZEL BLAN­ 
TON, a lia s, decea sed, a nd for the 
issua nce to I^LE L. BLANTON of 
letters testa menta ry thereon ha s 
been filed in this Court, a nd tha t 
Frida y, the 22nd da y of August, 
A.D. 1952, a t 10 o’clock A.M. of 
sa id da y, a t the courtroom of sa id 
Court, Dept. #1 a t the Court House, 
in the City of Sa n Ra fa fel, ha s been 
set for hea ring of sa id petition, 
when a nd where a ny person inter­ 
ested ma y a ppea r a nd contest the 
sa me, a nd show ca use, if a ny they 
ha ve, why sa id petition should not 
be gra nted. 
GEO. 8 . JONES, Clerk. 
By F. WARNER, Deputy Clerk. 
Filed: Aug. 8 , 1952 
GEO. S. JONES, 
County Clerk 
By F. WARNER, 
Deputy 
JOHN D. GALLAHER, 
465 Ca lifornia Street, 
Sa n Fra ncisco 4, Ca lif. 
Attorney for Petitioner 
No. 562—Aug. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 
18 , 19, 20, 21. 1952 


Gra nte d County Le a v e 
Miss Pa tricia Jorda n, da ughter of 
Postma ster Ma ry Jorda n of Fa ir­ 
fa x, toda y wa s gra nted a one-yea r 
lea ve of a bsence from the division 
of child welfa re of the Ma rin Coun­ 
ty Welfa re depa rtment, to a ttend 
gra dua te school a t University 
of 
Ca lifornia . 


The Gila River, in southwestern 
United Sta tes, ha s a dra ina ge a rea 
of a bout 13,000 squa re miles. 


100 Le ft Homeless 
In Big Fre nc h Fire 
NICE, Fra nce, (U.R>—More tha n 100 
persons were left homeless toda y by 
the worst forest fire in the Riviera 
a rea in 30 yea rs. 
Firemen brought the bla ze under 
control for the second time la te to­ 
da y a fter a strong northwest wind 
ha d whipped it into new life, Six 
villa s a nd severa l 
ha mlets 
were 
burned before the fire wa s control­ 
led with the a id of reinforcements 
from Nice a nd Ca nnes. 


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Indus try , County As k e d 


Ma rin county should pa ss a n or­ 
dina nce to “ protect” industria lly 
zoned la nd from “ encroa chment” by 
residentia l or other developments, 
the county industria l committee told 
the boa rd of supervisors toda y. 
The recommenda tion wa s ma de in 
a report given by the committee. 
The group a sked to be discha rged 
from further duties. 
Rea soning behind the group’s rec­ 
ommenda tion is this: 
Ma rin 
county 
is 
exceedingly 
limited in the a mount of la nd a va il­ 
a ble for industria l development, a nd 
such limita tion would ma inta in the 
county’s “ bedroom” sta tus. 
Under present ordina nces, la nd 
zoned for industry ma y be used for 
purposes ordina rily considered more 


, Nomine e s Ma y Ta lk 
WASHINGTON (U.R) — The AFL 
a nnounced toda y tha t Gov. Adla i E. 
Stevenson a nd Dwight D. Eisenhower 
ha ve tenta tively a ccepted invita ­ 
tions to a ddress its 71st a nnua l con­ 
vention opening in New York, Sep­ 
tember 15. 


restricted — single or multiple resi­ 
dentia l or a griculture. 
But the committee thinks the in­ 
dustria l la nd should be restricted to 
only industria l uses. 
Sta nley C. Lowry of Sa n Ra fa el, a 
committeema n, 
sa id 
other 
com­ 
munities ha ve “ protected” such la nd 
by ordina nces, 
f 
The supervisors a sked the com­ 
mittee to rema in inta ct for a t lea st 
a nother week until the report ca n be 
rea d a nd considered. 
The report a lso notpd tha t criteria 
set up by the U. S. Depa rtment of 
Commerce precludes Ma rin county 
from benefits o f the na tiona l in­ 
dustria l dispersion progra m. It rec­ 
ommended tha t a “ well-fina nced” 
a gency be set up to induce industry 
to come to Ma rin, a nd a sked tha t 
the county pla nning commission 
“ coopera te” 
with 
a ny 
a nd 
a ll 
a gencies interested in such develop­ 
ment. 
Priva te members o f the committee 
were Lowry, secreta ry — ma na ger 
of Sa n Ra fa el Cha mber of Com- 


Ex-Ma rin Resident, 
9 1, Dies, Rites 
Held In Colma 


Mrs. Alice Pea rl Howla nd, resident 
of Ma rin county for 40 yea rs before 
moving to Sa n Fra ncisco four yea rs 
a go, died on August 7 a t a Sa n 
Fra ncisco rest home a fter a * long 
illness a t the a ge of 91. She Wa s a 
na tive of Missouri. 
Priva te funera l services were held 
toda y a t Cypress La wn Memoria l 
Pa rk in Colma , 
She is survived by a da ughter 
Anna D. Ta ylor of Bend, Oregon, 
a nd formerly of Sa usa lito; a son 
H. L. Howla nd of Wa shington, D. C.; 
sisters Mrs. Josephine Rogers of 
Richmond, Mrs. Lenora Mize of Oa k­ 
la nd, a nd Mrs. Ha rriett Wa lla ce of 
Ana heim. 


merce; E. N. (Nick) Frye, secreta ry, 
Ma rin Centra l La bor council (AFL); 
Alla n C. Ba rtlett, editor a nd pub­ 
lisher, Ba y wood Press, Pt. Reyes 
Sta tion; Leona rd Phillips, editor a nd* 
publisher, Sa n Anselmo Times a nd 
a ffilia ted pa pers; a nd Kenneth Hill, 
former Nova to mercha nt a nd cha m­ 
ber of commerce president. Assisting 
them wa s H. G. (Bud) Ma rcha nt of 
the county pla nning commission. 


Gold a nd copper a re b eliev ed lo 
ha ve been the first meta ls frnnwn 
a nd used by ma n. 


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DEATHS 


HOWLAND—in Sa usa lito, 4fnpiit 
7, 1952, Alice Pea rl Howla nd, loving 
mother of Anna D. Ta ylor of Ba nd« 
Oregon, a nd H. L. Howla nd a fWsa h* 
ington, D. C.( sister of Mrs. Jose» 
phine Rogers of Richmond. Cell* 
fornia ; Mrs. Lenora Mize of Oa k« 
la nd, Ca lifornia , a nd Mrs. Ha rriett 
Wa lla ce of Ana heim, Ca lifornia . A 
na tive of Missouri, a ge 91 yea rs. 
* 
Priva te funera l services were held 
toda y a t Cypress La wn Memoria l 
Pa rk, Colma . 
Fra nk J. Kea ton’s 
Mortua ry, Sa usa lito, directors. (8 /18 ) - 
• 
• 
• 
NOVACEK — In Mill Va lley, 
August 16, 1952. Richa rd Ha rold, be­ 
loved son of Doris E. a nd Victor J. 
Nova cek, loving brother of Thoma s 
R, a nd Stephen V. Nova cek, behoved 
gra ndson of Mr. a nd Mrs. H. K. 
Ha nsen, a nd Mr. a nd Mrs. J. F. N o-. 
va cek, sged 4 yea rs. 
Friends a re invited to a ttend the 
funera l services Tuesda y, August ID, 
a t 11:45 a m., a t the Memoria l 
Cha pels of Russel a nd Gooch, 270 * 
Miller Avenue, Mill Va lley. Inter­ 
ment, Golden Ga te Na tiona l Ceme- * 
tery. (8 /25.) 


Sa n Ra fa e l 
GLen wo o d 3 -6110 


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APPLIANCE SALE ENDS SATURDAY 


FEO. 179 .9 5 M-W REFRIGERATOR 


So le p rtee168 .8 8 
Ta rme, $5 d o wn 


Fu ll-size 7 .4 cO. ft. M-W with 2 1-lb . cap acity freezer an d 
ch ill tray fo r defro stin g meat. Pro v ides y o u with 13 .8 sq . ft. 
o f sh elf area an d p len ty o f tall b o ttle sp ace. Sav e n o w. 


36» GAS RANGE-SAVE $30-$SQ 


REG) 229 .9 5 M-W REFRIGERATOR 


t 
New o a ly 198 .8 8 
Tem» r $5 d o wn 


Wards 7 .1 cu . ft. Mo del at sp ecial sav in g s. Has 3 5-lb ? 
cap acity M-width freezer with fro ster tray . Th e Fo o d 
Fresh en er k eep s 9J5 q ts. fru it an d v eg etab les g arden -fresh * 


REGULAR 119 .9 5 M-W WASHER 


No w o n ly 
Tema , $5 d o wn ) 
Ta ma , $5 d o wn109.8 8With Pump 


GL 3 4 103 3 


Su rv ey p ro v es th is 
R an g , h as aH featu res o f o th er mo dels 
sellin g fo r $3 0-$50 mo re. Div ided eo o k to p , b u ilt-in lig h t, 
« v en win do w an d lig h t, an d easy -g lida p u ll-o u t b ro iler. 


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? U lk 


Sav e n o w— v an ® 
Swiriato r wash es 8 -9 tb s. th o ro u g h ly 
with o u t tan g lin g . Has 
V b allo o n ro ll wrin g er. Au to matic timer 
co n tro ls wash in g ectimi fro m 1 to Î5 min u tes. See it n o w.{ 


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Stthrppttfrpnt-lmirnal. Monday. Aug. 18. 1952 


Mo p aleo n 
end U ncle Elby 
By Clifford McBride 
S a il/s Sallies 


4v 


CURLY KAYOE 


“ A bo y frien d o wn » th is restau ran t an d*—ev en my tip s 
g o o n 
1 
th è cu ff!” 


, 
By Sam Leff 


BUCK ROGERS 
By Bo b Barto n an d Mu rp h y An dersen 


SrSGAXIMG ACROSS TV£ VAST 3AMABA OE5ERT/HOME 
OP ‘BEO ROBES "ARMORED CABS, BUCK ROGERS 
ARO EXMARK,LEADER OP TME M/ST-MER, TRY TO 


K E E P MB OKJ 
\ YOU'RE RIGHT 
CO URSE,EKM ARK.y ON TME SEAM , 
I CAN'T WATCM /R O G E R S /Y O U R 
THE C O M P A SS \ PILO TIN G SK IL L 
AT T H IS 
A ASTONISHES M E/ 
S P E E D / 


HI 


5/ / 
m 
m 


I s s a tr m 


INVISIBLE SCARLET O'NEIL 
By Ru ssell Stamm 


f& M M O N I 
MOVED IN 
HAS 
.COR 
6000 THIS TIME, 
AND IT IS IN 
REALITY A PINAL 
A DM ISSIO N OF 
DEFEAT. HE REAL­ 
IZES THAT HE IS 
INCAPABLE O F 
‘-SUPPORT. 
TO H ILD A - 
WHO HAS ALWAYS 
DOMINATED HIM, 
IT IS ANOTHER 
VICTORY— 


ELLA CINDERS 


1 « STILL NOT 


.CO NV INCE? 


Th e r o u c E S 4 V 
h e 's 


FLU NK EPA U E -Pí TECID r ) REALLY 


T E ST .* r - = — T ftT CH E S .' 


By Ch arles Plu mb an d Fred Co x 


Heaiíw t m ) Bur patches 
His arm y 
S.WDUL7 never 
serial number) sta g e a nap- 


P R C V E p rr-* « - / u P A N ? s c o r * | 
AtNONBi 


What I want to k n o w g how 
PATCHES COULP BE ^ILLEP* 
INA PLANE CRASH AND RETURN 
FROM THE 
PEA?/ 


7 


An?WHY ) VVhEN THEY PUSH THE 
HAS HE S. SWITCH ON THE 
BEEN SONE ) ELECTRIC CHAIR/ 
FOR OVER SH E tl BE GONE A 
TWO YEARS?; LOT LONGER THAN 
THAT/ 


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SUPERMAN 


GAWtlELUONES? CLARK KENT 
OF THE DA/L Y PtANET IS AT THE 
‘d e s k , w ish es to interview 
YOU ABOUT YOUR INHERENCE 
Y E S.“ 
------------ - u 
r 


Dro wn by Way n e Bo rin g 


ETTA KETT 
By Raid Ro bin so n 


RED RYDER 
By Fred Harman 


/¡ L O O N S 
OUTLAYS *W 
stole his 
CATTLE 
MONEY, 
RED LEARNS 
THEY'VE. 
BEEN 10 
NU5S.ET- 
CITY 


• - I t 


fM> ER/ SLACK-Y aQEIWEtN K d c * T ^O W \X ' T h a ^/5 /N P" l£T5 g e t 6 O1NS«s odr 
JACK AND MiS 


h a v e. 
S P Z r t 0 W 
3l 


OKAY DOAKES 


HEY,V DU / 
STOP.'/ 
-A* 
^ I M Π
S H E 
AMD O A K Y A RE 
1U T H E 
PREH IST O RIC 
RAST, MEJLtCEMT 
M U U H HOPES 
T H A T T H E 
s r r u A T io u 


M AY PRO V E TO 
B E RO M A NT IC- 
B U T S H E IS 
IGNORANT 
C E 
T H E DA NffiK 
T H A T NO W 
T H RE A T E NS 
H E R/ 


MICKËŸ FINN 


•SO 6US XIUNKEL, A SAUSAGE 
MANUFACTURES FSOM ASHTABULA, 
ISIDE NEW NATIONAL COMMANDER. 
AND TDE LONS REIGN OF SHERIFF 
PHILIP FINN KOVERT 


By R. B. Fu ller 


y W H Y CO U L DN'T V E K E E P i — 
- 
Y E R T RA P S H U T ? / Y E M A DE M E 
S — 
_________ 
n i c e / 


KLUMKEL'S NOMINATION CAME AS 
A TERRIFIC SURPRISE— MOST OF 
THE PEIE6ATES FEELING SURE 
THAT FINN WAS TO BE NAMEP 
A6AW-8UT IT WAS A WELCOME 
SURPRISE AND THE DIN HERE IS 
TERRIFIC/JUST LISTEN TO 


! 


By Lan k Leo n ard 


TARZAKO 


AT. A RAILROAD LANDING NEAR BRAZZAVILLE, A 
MAN ENCOUNTERED TARZAN AND MADE A STRANGE 
INCUIRY ABOUT THE GORILLA COUNTRY OF THE CONGO. 


By bagar-Rica .Bu rro u gh s 
w /m lF 


‘ I'M vJIM C A S E Y / HE EXPLAIN- 
i t 40bi 
ED, * C O M M ISSIO N E R B Y A 
I* IF YOU'LL GUIDE ME 
LONDON ZOO TO BRING BACK 
I TO THAT SECTION, 
A GORILLA. EVERYTHING'S S E T 
I I'Ll MAKE IT WORTH 
AND MY P A P E R S ARE IN O R D E R - ' I YOUR W H ILE/' 


BRICK BRADFORD 
By William Pitt an d Claren ce Gray 


THIS SRAVIGLIDE RIDE IS A THRILL, 
GRAND Q U ANDRAI AND YOU MUST B E JFETj 
PROUD OF YOUR BEAUTIFUL CITY.' 
- * 
r 
-A-', VL i " i ' i i YOU'RE F W JOYING IT ?) 1 


» J S - â 
* n £ 


(Y* «ML «WC rtATCVS MH-Ii iti »«.. • «*<» • *,«*» 
' 


ADVENTURES OF PATSY 


M 
e a n w h il e . M in e f l a g s , 
THE NO TED PRIVATE EVE, 
IS IN CONFERENCE WITH 
H IS M USTERN CLIENT,,. 


By William Dy er 


BIG SISTER 
By Les Fo rgrav e 


WHATlUCK?D!D 
YOU PHONE THE 
DOCTOR? 


YEP/ HE'LL BE ALONS ■ 
BU T I'V E SOMETHING 
r/X rl ELSE TO TELL YOU * 
M _ B __ 


TOE MAN UP THE QOAD 
SAIDTWlS VOMAN ISA 
TERROR. SAIO WE 
SHOULD CLEAR OUT 
AS SOON AS WE CAN 


W H A T ’ W ITH H E R 
LAID U P IN B E D 
A M D NO O NE T O 
- T r r l O O K A f t e o 
H E R? M 
n s d B 
« 


H E S A ID S H E 'S S O 
M E A N TH A T NO NE 
O F H S R NE IG H B O RS 
WILL HAV E A T H lNG 
T O DO W ITH H E R 
=1 OUTA 
rr 
X NU RS E .* J 


MUTT AND JEFF 
By Bu d Fish er 
■P 
VOU D ID ? 
HOW& rr 
DOW N 


t h e r e ? 


NOT bad! I WAS DOWN 
TH ERE ABOUT AN HOUR 
SHOVELING COAL WHEN 
I ASKED FOR A UAGATION 
HOW WAS 


NOT SO GOOD! I W ORKED KW HV, I 
DAV ANO NIGHT PU TTING i D lD N T 
OUT THE STARS, HANGING J VOU ASK 
UP THE MOON A N O T H E N J FOR A 
PUSHING A ROUND THE i f V/AOAT »ONj 
A L L DAV/ 


10 
Snbpprnhrot-l mi ntai . Monday. Aug. 
18 , 195 2 


Hopol tw oml Uncl e El by 
By CBfford McBri de 
Sal l y's Sal l i es 
ETTA KITT 
By feral Robinson 


TMtLOOKS UME FUN, HAPCXJBO*: I SUM 
Wt$H WEHA^-iOM^ HOR5 »HOe^/ 
SvTSewSC 


“ A boy friend owns this restaurant and— even my tips go on 
* 
thè cuff!” 


CURLY KAYOE 
By Sam Leff 


* 
0 
5 
I’D LOVE TD... BUT - 
MY HUSBAND iS WAITING Fnn 


BUCK ROGERS 
By Bob Barton and Murphy Anderson 


STRCAR/HG ACKOSS TV£ VAST SAMOA OSSSRTWOMG 
o p r so r o b s s 'arm o red cars. Bück R o g ers 
ARO EMM4 RKUEADER OP TRE MJ6T-M&Y. TRY TO 


NAS 
„FOR 
GOOD THIS TIME, 
AND IT IS INI 
REALITY A PINAL 
ADMISSION OP 
DEPEAT. HE REAL­ 
IZES THAT HE iS 
lNCAF&BUE OP 
SELF-SUPPORT 
BUT TO HILDA- 
WHO HAS ALWAYS 
DOMINATED HIM, 
IT IS ANOTHER 
VICTORY.. 


ELLA CINDERS 
By Charl es Pl umb and Fred Cos 


I'M STILL NOT 
^CONVINCE? 
The police s 4y j?w » » \ he's 
FLUNKEPA Ue-PBTBCIDR) really 
test.* r-= — r Etches.' 


He m ust ve t)ESut patches 
Hie army 
k woulp never 
SERIAL number) 5TASEA Ha?' 
PROVE? IT-* r r *UPAN? SHCOT. 
An/one i 


WHATlmNTDKNOWe HOW 
BATCHES cd u l? be g rille ?* 
INA PLANE CRASH AN? RETURN 
FROM THE 
?B A ?/ 


7 


(An? WHY ) IMlEN THEY PUSH THE 
HAS HE -s. SWI1CH ON THE 
BEEN SONS ) ELECTRIC CHAIR, 
borover S hell b e so n s A 
TWO YEARS? ; LOT LON6ERTHAN 
THAT/ 


FRS> 
(Of 


SUPERMAN 
Drawn by Wayne Bori ng 


GABRIEL JONES? CLARK KENT 
OP THE DALLY PLANET IS AT THE 
DESK. WISHES TO INTERVIEW 
YOU ABOUT YOUR INNERMiNCE, 
YES. SIR»’I'LL SEND HIM ki3HT 


IP I COULD ONLY PISURE NOW 
YOUNG GABRIEL CONNED US INTO 
THESE ELEGANT ACCOMODATIONS.' 
AND TO THINK 1 TOOK H?M FOR A 
GREEN FARM-HAND WHEN I SAVED 
HIS LIFE ON THAT FREIGHT CAR... 
AH -THIS. IS RICH LIVING/ HOW IT 


T OLP— CLARK /CENT/NEXT 
TO SUPERMAN, MY WORST 
NEM ESIS/ IF HE SHOULD 
SEE ME, HE'D SURELY WARN 
THE DESK. AND GABRIEL 


CLARK KENT THE FAMOUS REPORTER, 
ON HIS WAY UP TO SEE ME/ GORSHl 
MAYBE HE CAN FIX IT FER ME TO 
MEET HIS FRIEND SUPERMAN/ 


AND I WOULD BE TOSSED 
TUC CTBCCY t 


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1 
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■X A 


m u g g s McG innis 
By Wo»y Bi shop 


BED RYDER 
By Fred Harman 


iRAOOF3S 
OUTLAY« vm 
STOLE mis 
CATTLE 
MONEY, 
RED LEARNS 
iwe/*vE. 
SEEN ID 
NU6CET' 
CITY 


Y ^ Ah, RYDER/ BLACK- V ARE THEY N 
JACK ANO HiS PAL^CORP,) STiLL IN 
HAVE SEEN SPCNO 
‘ 


8-18 


OKAY DOAKES 


^iw a e sH E 
AWD OAKY ARE 
III THE 
PREHISTORIC 
PAST, MILLICBrr 
MUUN HOPES 
THAT THE 
situ a to « 
MAY PROVE TO 
BE ROMANTIC™. 
BUT SHE IS 
1GN0RAHTCF 
THEOAWŒR 
- THAT HOW 
THREATENS 
HER/ 


MICKEY FINN 
By Lank Leonard 


• » Off KLUNKEL, A SAUSAGE 
MANUFACTURER FROM ASHTABULA, 
ISIDE NEW NATIONAL COMMANDER! 
AND TME L0N6 SEIGH OF SHERIFF 
PHILIP FINN IS OVER/ 


XIUNKEL'S NOMINATION CAME AS 
A TERRIFIC SURPRISE-MOST OF 
Tie DELE6ATES FEELING SURE 
THAT FINN WASTO BE NAMED 
AGAIN-BUT IT WAS A WELCOME 
SURPRISE AND THE BIN NEREIS 
TERRIFIC/JUST LISTEN TO IT/ 


c. O.S.] 


TARZAMj 


AT. A RAILROAD LANDING NEAR. BRAZZAVILLE, A 
MAN ENCOUNTERED TARZAN ANO MAOE A STRANGE 
INQUIRY ABOUT THE GORILLA COUNTRY OP THE CONGO. 


By fcdgar Ri ce-Burroughs 
fi 
Em/am ^aaMfei mm11 — 
■ 
\ \ M 
M 
M 
D 


I'M JIM CASEY, 
HE EXPLAIN­ 
ED, * COMMISSIONED SV A 
LONDON ZOO TO BRINO BACK 
A BO RILLA. EVERYTHING1 S S E T 
ANO MY PA PERS ARE IN ORDER-* 


I ¡14063 
* IF YOU'LL GUIDE ME 
TO THAT SECTION, 
I'LL MAKE IT WORTH 
YOUR * WHILE ! " 


BRICK BRADFORD 
By Wi l l i am Pi tt and Cl arence Gray 


TU\5<SRAV1 GLIDE RIDE \S A THRILL, 
GRAND QU ANDR A A N D YOU MUST BE 
PROUD OP YOUR. BEAUTIFUL CITY/ 
n£ T 
H ,( YOU'RE ENJOYING IT?) J 


ADVENTURES OF PATSY 
By Wi l l i am Dyer 


WHAT LUCK? DID 
yo u ph o n e the 
YEP/HELL SE ALONÖ. 
BUT I’VE SOMETHING 
DOCTOR?fX J'T Íl ELSE TO TELL YOU, 
^ 
----- 
SHOULO CLEAR OUT 
AS SOON AS WE CAN! 


i 
î 
ï 
i 


,nt lookafteo 
'— .- H E R ? « 
~Tjg¡!* 


HE SAID SHE'S SO 
MEAN THAT NONE 
OF HER NEIGHBORS 
WILL HAVE AlilING 
TO DO WITH HER 
7 1 


WHENfJE DOCORl 
r MtMTÖ 5 
W ELL SET HIM10 SEND 
m vr= T OUT A 
^ 


M U n AND JEFF 
By Bud Fi sher 


CwBfm ia tb » 
n tfm 
betimiî Xdaho acd O r^n ig deep­ 
er than tht Grand Canycm o f the 
Co lo rado and narro w« between the 
rims. 


Natalie J . Ho Ur, AUj, 
NimCE OF ADMimSTRil'*t)B*S 
gAIJS o r REAL ESTATE AND 
PERSONAL PROPERTT AT 
PRIVATE SALE 
to the 0up« to r Co urt o f the State 
c i CaBfo mia, in and fo r the Co tsntF 
o f Marin. 
In the Matter o f the Estate o f 
1^5^ S 
« 
SABAH RAimAK GOULD SMITH. 
Deceased. 
No . 0608 . Dept 1. 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GXVIN, 
that ARCHIE A. J OHNSON, a/k/a 
J OHNNY J OHNSON. Admliiistrato r 


with the Wil! Amunad o f Die eetate 
Gi the abo re decedent, win sell at 


high« t bidi^. fo r caalu and subject 
to co nfirmmtio fi by said Superio r 
Co urt, o n Tuesday, Ai^ust 26, 1962 
at the ho ur o f 10:00 o *ao di A. M 
o r after said day. at the law o ffices 
o f NATALIE J . HOLLY, Hc^y 
Buildto f. San Rafael. Califo rnia, an 
the right, tittt. tntereet and estate 
o f the said decedo it at the time o f 
her death, and all the right. Dtle. 
and Interest that the said estate has. 
by o peraio ii o f law. o r etherwise, 
acQUhed. eth« than o r in additio n 
to that o i the decedent, at the time 
(rf her death, o f. in, and to that 
certain parcel o i land situate in the 
City o f San Rafael, Co unty o f Mar> 
in, State o f Califmnia.^ described as 
fo llo ws: 
BEGINNING <ai the Easteriy 
line o f So uth “ C” Street at a po int 
No rth II* 
West 40 feet fro m 


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7:30—Paul's Patrol 
8:00-Ckiffcc Club 
8:45—K T IM Newspaper of Air 
9:00—Music At Nine 
9; 15—North Bay Rythm 
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r0 :00—Portuguese Voice of 
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10:40—1510 Shut-In Time 
11 ;00-*Kitty Oppenheimer 
11:50—Melody *50 
11:55—Meditations at Noon 
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12:00—Meditations at Noon 


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12:S0~Mariii Man on Street 
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Dido and Eeneas Overture 
Dcbussey 
Boyce Symphonies 
Goldmark Concerto 
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i%t « euthweil co fntr o f ths Imct 
o f latR! o m me û by Mnxr Sho rl 
et al., to D. w, liiLÎteiii by deed 
deUd J imuw 10. 1901 gjid t» - 
co rded in Vo lume 79 o f D e ^ 
page 386 , Mgjln Co im^ Reco rds: 
thence alo tiK said Easltrly line o f 
/C ” Street. No rth 11* 25' 
West 40 f« t; thenie leaH^ ggid 
line o f So uth “ C” Street und run- 
^ 
No rth 78* 35 ' East 120 feet; 
thence So uth 11 * 23' Eist 40 feet: 
thence So uth 78’ 35 ' West 120 feet 
lo the po int o f bo ginniTig, 
BEING IxX Ntimher 74 gg sho wn 
o n in unrecGfded « ia.p o f thg 
Afnrtexis TmcL 
tncludto g the fo Uo wing peiuo nal 
pro p« ty lo cnto d therein; 
1 Gas wat« r Ito gter 
1 Oil heater 
1 B^tchen sto ve. 
Bids o r o ffers are invited fo r said 
pn^rty and must be in writing, 
and will be received at the o ffice 
o f NATALIE J . HOLLY. Ho lly 
Building. San Rafael. Calilo mia. 
atto rney fo r said administrâtes, o r 
iMy be füed in the o ffice o f the 
clerk o f ttie saM Sui^rio r Ckxurt, o r 
xni^ be deliv« ed to said administra­ 
to r perso mOly, at any time after the 
first publicatio n o f this no tice and 
befo re the maldng o f the sale. 
Terms and co ndiüo ns o f sale: 
Cash, in Ikwful mo ney o f the 
United States o f Am« ica, ten (10> 
per cent o f the purchase price to 
be paid o n the day o f sale; balance 
o n * co niirmaUo Q o f sale by to e 
Co urt. Deed at the (ucpcnse o f pur­ 
chaser o r purchasers. Pro perty to 
be so ld subject to current taxes and 
to liens and assessments o f reco rd. 
DAITO: August 14, 1982. 
NATALlfe J . HOLLY 
AtUMttey fo r Administrato r 
No .^^-Aug. 15, 16, 18. 19. 20, 21, 23. 


NOTICE INVITING BIDS 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that the Bo ard o f Trustees o f to e 
SAN J OSE SCHOOL DISTRICT, o f 
MARIN co unty, Califo rnia, will 
receive bids up to and including 8:00 
pm,, o n the 26th day o f August, 
1952, at the o ffice o f said Sto o o l 
District, at which time said bids will 
be o pened and read fo r to e re-ro o f­ 
ing o f the Meado w Park Scho o l 
Building, in acco rdance with In­ 
structio ns, Co nditio iM uKl Specifi­ 
catio ns no w o n file in to e o ffice o f 
to e Co unty Superintendent o f 
Scho o ls, lo cated at to e Co urt Ho use. 
San Rafael, Califo rnia. 
Each bid must be acco mpanied by 
a Certified Check, o r Bo nd in a sum 
equal to 10 % o f the bid, and said 
check, o r bo nd, is to be made pay­ 
able to the San J o se Scho o l District, 
Marin Co unty, and shall guarantee 
that the bidder will enter into a 
co ntract sho uld his bid be accepted. 
^ard o f Trustees reserves 
the right to reject any and all bids 
p d to waive any irregularity there- 
in. 
Dated, this 8th day o f August 1952 
San J o se Scho o l District 
By: R. M. MADISON. 
Clerk o f said Bo ard o f 
Trustees 
No . 563 Aug. 11. 18, 25, 1952 


J affa 6e Sumski, Atty. 
NOTICE OF PROBATE 
State o f Califo rnia,) 
Co unty o f Marin, )ss. 
In the Superio r Co urt o f the 
State o f Califo rnia, in and lo r to e 
Co unty o f Marin. 
In the Matter o f the Estate o f 
SIGMUND MAX KAHN, also kno wn 


No . 10286 
No tice o f time set i<or pro ving 
Will ,ete., and Applicatio n fo r 
Letters Testamentary. 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN 
that a petitio n fo r the pro bate o f 
to e 
will 
o f 
SIGMUND 
MAX 
KAHN, also kno wn as SIGMUND 
M. KAJ ^, and as S. M. KAHN, 
deceased, and fo r the issuance to 
ALEXANDRINA KAHN o f letUrs 
testamentary 
thereo n’ has been 
Co urt, and that Friday, 
to e 29th day o f August, A.D. 1962, 
at 10 o ’clo ck A.M. o f said day, at 
to e (SHirtro o m o f said Co urt, Dept. 
1 at to e Co urt Ho use, in the cfiy 
o f San Rafael, has bems set fo r 
hearing o f said petitio n, when and 
where any perso n interested may 
appear and co ntest the same, and 
sho w cause, if any they have, why 
said petitio n sho uld no t be granted. 
Fo r further particulars reference is 
hereby made to said petitio n o n 
file In my o ffice. 
(SEAL) 
FUed Aug. 13, 195 2. 
GEO. S. J ONES, Clerk 
By JACK STUT2. Deputy Clerk 
Filed; Aug. I6, 1962 
GEORGE S. J ONES, Co unty 
Clerk 
By: JACK STUTZ, Deputy 
J AFFA 6c SUMSKI, 
Atto rneys fo r Petitio ner 
1 Mo ntgo mery Street 
San Franciaco , Califo rnia 
i» V®' 
« • 


Leo nard A. Tho mas, Atty. 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
In the Matter o f the Estate o f 
MUSSE L. SMITH, also kno wn u 
MÜ881 LAUTRUp; SMITH, and as 
MUSSE SMITH, and as MUSSE 
LAUTRUP, Deceased. 
No . 10248 
NOTICE is hereby given by the 
undersign^, EmU O. Smith, Admhi- 
istrato r o f the estate o f Musse L. 
Smith, also kno wn as Musse Lautnip 
Smith, and ae Musse Smith, and as 
Mus« Lautnip, deceamd, to to e 
exwdUtors o f mtid all pamo ns having 
claims against to g said decedent, to 
file them, wito to e necessary vo uch­ 
er, within six mo nths, after to e first 
publicatio n o f this no tice, in to e o f­ 
fice o f the clerk o f the Superio r 
Co urt o f the State o f Califo rnia in 
and fo r to e Co unty o f Marin, o r to 
present them, with the necessary 
vo uchers, within six mo nths after 
the first publicatio n o f this no tice 
to the said administrato r at the law 
o ffice o f Leo nard A. Tho mas, Eso » 
101,0 “ B** Street. 317 Albert BullSg! 
Rafael. Calilo rnia. to e same 
being his place o f business in all 
matters co nnected wito said estate 
o f Mus« L. Smith, also kno wn as 
Musse Lgutrup Smith, and as 
Musse Smith and la Musse Lautrup, 
deceased. 
' 
Dated J uly 18th, 195 2. 
EMIL O. SMITH, 
Administrât« o f to e 
, estate o f Musae L, 
Smith, alao kno wn as 
Musse Lautrup Smith, 
and as Musse Smith, 
and as Musse Lauteup, 
Deceased. 
LEONARD A. THOMAS, ESQ. 
1010 “ B" St. San RaiwTcaL 
Atto rney fo r AdmlUstrato r 
GEO. S. J ONES, Co unty Clerk 
2 87A1W. 4. 11. 


Pao lini 6s Pao hai, Attys. 
NOTICE OF TRUSTXrS SAUI 
Ne. 499919 
^On IKmday, to e 25to day o f 
Aimusi, 195 2, at the ho ur o f ten 
o 'clo ck. AJM., d Mid day. at the 
main entrance to to e o ifk« g 
d the 
San Rjrihel Land Title Co mpany. 
1017 Fo urth etriet, Chty o f San 
Rafael, Co unty o f Mtiln, State o f 
Califo mla, to e tmderWgno d,'* CALI­ 
FORNIA PACIFIC r m k xnsur- 
ANOE COMPANY, a msp m tkm , m 
truatee, will aell at pubik) auctio n, to 
to e highest bld(ter. fo r cato , txi iaw- 
ful mo ney o f to e United States, a& 
payable at to e time o f lale, to e fo l- 
to wing deserttied real pro perty, 
rituated in to e Co unty o f Marin, 
State o f Cahfo mla, and detcribeil 
aa fo llo ws, to wit; 
Ijo t 14 , in Blo dk 7, as to o wB 
mxm 
o trtelB m m m m d k 


Entered la San Rafael Po st Offiea 
as seco nd class matter indsr 
Act d March A l» 7 
Daiÿ Sscepi----- 
Sundays and certalB ho lidays al 
1028-12 B mieei 
by Califo rnia Newspapers, ina. 
Bo y A. Bro wn. Prsskünt 


Oo mbtning to e San Baiasi 
pendent, 
llarin J o mmal, 
Marin 
Herald. San Ansrimo Herald, fair, 
fax Gaastte.Lariapiir-Co rte Madera 
Newa 
CIRCULATION isrn m METìQìk 
Pho ne GLto wo o d 
4-8(09 
(Mill Vallsy. Sausahto and GEntva 
^ c h ai^ Pho ns DU 8-335 1J 
II yo u fail to receive yo ur paper by 
8^ PfL. just pho ns abo ve numbers. 
I^« cial meesenfer servies matn- 
tained up to 9:46 pm Ho ^hg^a 
' Map o f Subd. *A* o f Go lf links 
Tract near San Rafael, Marin Co, 
£ ^j” ^filcd J anuary 14. 19Q8 tn 
2 d Mai*, at page 197. id to e 
o ffice o f to e Co unty Reco rder o f 
to e Co unty o f Marin, State o f 
Califo rnia. 
Said sale vo n be made witho ut 
co venant o r warranty regarding 
title, po ssessio n o r encumbrances to 
satisfy to e o bligatio n secured by and 
purmiant to to e po wer o f sale co n­ 
ferred in a certiUd deed o f trust 
executed by CHARLES 1. CHAND­ 
LER and HELEN F. CHANDLER, 
his wife, as Trusto rs, to CALI­ 
FORNIA PACIFIC TITLE INSUR­ 
ANCE COMPANY, a Califo rnia 
co rpo raticm, as Trustee, fo r to e 
benefit and security o f J OSEPH P. 
TARANTINO and ROSE TARAN- 
TIN.O, dated No vember 16, 1950 and 
reco rded February 9th, 1951, in to e 
o ffice o f the Co unty Reco rder o f to e 
Co unty o f Marin, State o f Califo rnia, 
in Liber 683 o f Official Reco rds o f 
said Co unty at page 137 . 
DATED: J l^ 25to . 1952. 
CALIFORNIA PACIFIC 
TITUfi INSURANCE 
COMPANY, as Trustee, 
bv w. H. Smith, J r. 
Ite Secretary . 
SEAL 
PAOLINI & PAOLINI 
Atto rneys at Law . 
4657 M&io n Street 
• 
* 
San Francisco , Califo rnia. 
No . 525 J uly 28; Aug. 4. 11, 18, 1953. 
Alden Ames, Atty. 
NOTICE OF PROBATE 
State o f Califo rnia,) 
Co unty o f Marin )as. 
In the Superio r Co urt o f the 
State o f Caluo mia, in and fo r to e 
Co unty o f Marin. 
In the Matter o f the Estate o f 
ISABEUiE F. AYRES, Deceased. 
No . 10288 . 
No tice o f time set fo r pro ving 
WUl. etc., and Applicatio n lo r 
Letters Testamentary. 
NOnCE IS HTOEBY GIVEN 
that a petitio n fo r the pro bate o f 
the will o f ISABELLE P. AYRES, 
deceased, and fo r to e issuance to 
THEODORE RALE o f letters testa­ 
mentary thereo n has been fUed in 
this Co urt, and that Friday, to e 
5th day o f SEPTEMBER. A.D. 
1952, at 10 o 'clo ck A.M. o f said 
day, at the co urtro o m o f said Co urt, 
at the Co urt Ho use, la to t City o f 
San Rafael, has beto set fo r hear­ 
ing o f said petitio n, when and 
where any perso n interested may 
appear and co ntest to e same, axMi 
sho w cause, if any they have, why 
s^ ^ titio n sho uld no t be granted. 
FUed Aug. 15 , 1953 
GEO, S. J ONES. Clerk 


By JACK STÜTZ, Deputy 
ALDEN AMES. 
Atto rney fo r Petitio ner 
Russ BuUding, San Francisco • 
No . 572—Aug. 18 , 19. 20. 21, 22, 23, 
25. 26. 27. 28, 1962 
NOTICE or INTENTION TO 
ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF 
ALCOHOUC BEVERAGES 
August 4. 1962 
To Who m It May Co ncern: 
Subject to issuance o f to e license 
applied fo r. and co mmencing no t 
less than IS days after the date 
po sted, no tice is hereby given that 
the undersigned pro po ses to sell 
alco ho lic beverages at these prem­ 
ises,* described as fo llo ws: 
820 B Street. San Rafael 
Pursuant to such intentio n, the 
undersigned is applying to the SUte 
Bo ard o f EqualiMtio n fo r issuance 
o n o riginal applicatio n o f an alco ­ 
ho lic beverage license (o r licenses) 
fo r these premises as fo llo ws: 
ON SALE BIER 
Anyo ne desiring to pro teet to e 
issuance o f such licenae(a) may 
file a verified pro test with to e 
State Bo ard o f Eo ualisatio n at Sac- 
•mia, staUng gro undt 
fo r denial as pro vided by law. The 
ramento , Califo i 


premises are no w licensed fo r to e 
sale o f alco ho lic beverages. 
Ban Rafael Aerie No . 25 6, FOB 
A. F. E. DaSUva, Secretary 
909 B Street 
San Rafael, Califo rnia 
Ph(me GLenwo o d 3-815 8 
No . 5 13-Aug. 18, 1952 .* 
Lewis H. Cro mwell, At^. 
NOTtCB TO creditors 
In to e Matter o f to e Estate o f 
CEC LIA BASSETT, Diiceased. 
No . 1025 4 
No tice is hereby given by to e 
undersigned Adminisirato r o f the 
Estate o f CECELIA BASSETT, de­ 
ceased, to the credito ri o f and all 
perso ns having claims againit to e 
said decedent, to file them, with the 
necessary vo uchers, 
within six 
mo nths, after the first publicatio n o f 
this no tice, in the o ffice o f the Clerk 
o f the Superio r Co urt o f to e State 
o f Califo rnia in and fo r the Co unty 
o f Marin, o r to present them, with 
to e necessary vo uchers, within six 
mo nths after to e first publicatio n o f 
this no tice to to e said Lewis H. 
Cro mwell. es(|.. at Suite 8, McNear 
Building, 19 Main Bteeet, Petaluma, 
Califo rnia, to e same being bit place 
o f business in all matters co nnected 
with said estate o f CTOBLIA BASS­ 
ETT, deceased. 
Dated J uly 25. 195 2. 
WUUam Theo do re Bassett, 
Administrato r o f to e Estate 
o f Cecelia Bassett, deceased. 
UrWIS H. CROMWELL 
Petaluma, Califo rnia 
Atto rney fo r Adxninisteato r 
GEO. S. J ONES, Co unty Clerk 
No . 5 26 J uly 28. Aug. 4, 11 , 18 , 25 .195 2 
Ato eam. Chandler 6i Ho frinan 
Atto rneys 
NQ1TCE OF SALE OF 
^ XEAL ESTATI 
In to t Supffirio r Co urt o f to c State 
o i Califo rnia, in and fo r to c Co unty 
o f Marin 
In the Metter o f thè Eriate o l 
HAZEL C. WOODWARD. alao 
lo iQwn ss Haael Co cete Wo o dwaid. 
also kno wn as Mrs. EObert 0. Wo o d- 
ward, Deceased. 
^ 
NO. 10213 
NOn CE 1 8 H E R E B T GIVKN 
to at to e undersisned executo r d 
to e estate o f thè aho ve decedent 
wm sell al private tale to to e hl^i- 
est Mdder fo r (o aali and subjeet to 
o mifIriEiato ixi hy saM Suptrlo r 
Co urt, o c Tucéd^. Sei^mb« 2, 
1933 , at to e ho ur o f l3 ’.o9 neo n, o r 
after said égy» at to e lav « fIces o f 
Ato earo . Cbandl« 6S Ho ffmaxi, 5 98 
Maritet mreet. San Frtneiaeo 5, 
Califeaida, all to e righi, titìe. 
Interest and estate ef to e aaid de- 
M tel at to t to ne cThar deato , « nd 
all Dia rigbt» DDa and Inliawt to at 


^to UND ln Mano r: IMIe white and 
bro wn po inter. Fo und in San 
Rafael: Female go lden retreiver. 
Fo und Mill Valley: Male black 
and bro wn po merian mix. Santa 
Ro sa license. Fo und San Anseuno : 
Yo ung male black, grey and white 
tiger cat. Fo und MÜ1 Valley: Male 
white and Mack sho rt haired cat. 
Humane So ciety GL. 3-7812 , 


BLACK co rde purse viclxüty Rafael 
Gardens Sunday evening. FhKter 
keep curren« , return pum. and 
co ntents. 15 70 Nave Drive, No vato . 
Pho ne No vato 332 -M. 
BXACK Pezsian cat. Lo st in auto ­ 
mo bile accident In fro nt to umy- 
hilla o rphanage. Answers to 
Smo ky, GL 4-0688. 
SIAMESE, femide. id, needs xn^i- 
cel ato mtlo n. Please return 340 
Scenic ro ad. Fairfax. Suitable re­ 
ward. 
ScHIiFFKkai'" ie m a 1 o7" smad 
black, sho rt haired.' vicinity 11 
Po st, Larkspur, Wednesday Aug­ 
ust 13th, 6:15 j3jn. Answers Oso . 
Larkspur 1482-R. 
________ 
ix^T. Lane male o o uk. Ajatsw« « to 
name o f "Pepper’*. Bro wn, black 
and white. 4 white paws. Call 
GLenwo o d 3-9649. 
6ne go ld circle earring fo r pierced 
ears. Owner may identify by teing 
4ng to e matching o ne. GL. 4-3020 . 


1. 


FOUND m To calo ma:. Female Ger­ 
man sho rt hair. FPund to San 
Anseimo : male*red Irish terrier 
and seo tty mix; female black Irish 
♦ terrier and seo tty mix pup. Hu- 
, mane So ciety GLenwo o d 3-7812 . 


FOÜTO Fairfax—male tan and grey 
Yo rkshire terrier. Fo und To ca- 
• lo ma—female German sho rt hair. 
Humane So ciety, GLenwo o d 3- 
7812 . 


2— Persenab 


AT yo ur co mmand, genUe to hands, 
Fina Fo am rug and upho lstery 
cleaner. San Rafael Hardware. 
RIDE wanted to Ohio o r vicinity 
abo ut August 18. wm help drive 
and share expenses. Pho ne No vato 
977-J . 
POUO INSURANCE . 
PETER BACIGALUPI ’ 
INSURANCE 68 REAL ESTATE 
PHONE GLENWOOD 4-2147 
—STAY YOUNG — 
D** Ro se LeFo hn’s scientific beauty 
aids are no w available in Marin 
S®’„ 
appo intment. 
5*^ 
9 ancl 12, Co rte Ma­ 
dera 1681-W. 
Alcoholics Anonymous 
P.O. Bo x 266, San Anselmo 
J ND. Bo x 446, SausaUto 
^ 
PG. Bo x 306 . MiU Valley 
PG. Bo x 634. San Rafari 
Pho ne GLenwo o d 
4-05 64 
ANNETTE’S Beauty Sho p, Tiburo n 
Mmia Street, specialixmg in co ld 
. waves and machine waves, hair 
cutting, scalp treatment. Open 6 
days week. Evenings by appo lnt- 
ment. GEneva 5-4764._________ 
The “ Smo o th Lo o k” men admire 
can be yo urs. Unwanted hairs re­ 
mo ved permanently. GLenwo o d 


3_ H e lp W o n ftd 


Expsrtenced auto dealer­ 
ship SERVICE MANAGER. 
Excellent working cohdi« 
tions. TOP SALARY. 
INDEPENDENT J OURNAL Best 45 2 
Wo man fo r ho uaeî^k and^so o k- 
ing. Live in. 3 in family. GLen­ 
wo o d 4-4698. 
AkS^tNQ lAlCfilNG PLAN 
Make pro fits to 100 % o n exciting 
new Christmas Card Asso rtments. 
Values sell o n sight. Perso nalised 
Cards II per bo x. up. NAME-lN- 
GOLD Cards, statio nery, many 
o thers. Get asso rtments o n ap­ 
pro val, FREE Perso nalised Sam­ 
ples. 8TYLART. 1717 W. Ninth, 
!pt. 102 , Lo s AngeleA 
lilLK Salesman. $300 per mo nth. 
References. Pho ne GLenwo o d 
3-0324 . 
dLEl^raxperien^^ 
co ni- 
meiPial statio nary. Bo x 451 In- 
dependent-J o urnal. 
^ Y co o ld^ AND Waitresses : 
Neat and clean. Excellent impo r­ 
tunities. Call fo r appo intment. 
Zim’s, Co rte Mao i 
3 and 5 p.m. 
lera 696, between 


Ëxptrisncsd auto dsalsr- 
ihip PARTS MANAGER. 
Top Silsry. 
INDEPENDENT JOURNAL Bo x 453 
kXPIiJ (i|:NCED waitress wimted fo r 
Blue Fo untain Restaurant, alto 
Wye. DU. 8-4032 o r DU. 8-9977. 
wye. I 
m 
im 
. is-M, l^ le mo ney in 
KOare time making aimo lhtments 
fo r fo o d-plan salesmen. Exper­ 
ience no t necesary. We train yo u 
to make $100 a week o r mo re. 
Highest co mmissio ns. Pho ne DUn- 
lap 8-0413 . 


the said estate has by o peratio n o f 
law o r o therwise acquired o ther 
than o r in additio n to that o f to e 
decedent at the time o f her death, 
in and to that certain parcel o f land 
lying and being-in The to wn o l 
R(» s, Co unty o f Marin, State o f 
Califo rnia, described as fo llo ws: 
Lo t number 122, as sho wn upo n 
that certain Map entitled. *‘^ y- 
mo nd Tract, Ro ss Valley, Marin 
Co unty. CaUfmmla, SubdivlsiMi 
Three^’, re<so rded Octo ber 2a<l, 
1905 ,;in to e o ffice o f the Co unty 
Reco rder o f the Co unty o f Marin, 
State o f Califo rnia, in Bo o k 
2 o f 
Maps. 6t page 38 . 
Bids o r o ffers are invited fo r said 
pro perty and must be in writing, 
and will be received at tbe law 
o ffices o f Atheam, Chandler ^ 
Ko ffman, M Market l^jwet, San 
Francisco 5. Califo rnia, atto rneys 
f(W said execute» ’, o r may be filed 
with to e clerii d to e said Superio r 
Co urt,, o r delivered to to e saiei exe­ 
cuto r perso nally at any time after 
the first publicatio n o f this no tice 
and befo re to e making o f said sale. 
Terms and cimdltio ns o f sale: 
Cash in lawful mo ney o f the 
United States o f America, ten per 
^ t (19 %) o f the purchase price to 
be paid o n the^day o f sale, to imce 
o n co nfirmatio n o f sale by to e 
Co urt. Deed at the expense o f pur­ 
chaser o r purchaseia. Pro perty to 
be so ld subject to current taxes and 
tn liens and assessments o f reccmd. 
Dated: August 7, 195 2. 
LEIOli ATREARN, Executo r 
o f to e » Date o f Hasel C. 
Wo o dward, decease(L 
5 93 Market Street, 
San Francis(» 5, Calif. 
No . 561 A li 11. 12. 13. 14, 15. 16 . 18 , 
» , JO. j O i, J3, at. 30. S7. 1*5 2. 


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Saturdays 5:0 0 p. m. 
day prteadlng 
publication 


(Cenunartio t AMOunti S p,in^ 
PHONE GLwood 4*3020 
or DUhI bp 82 3 51 


M anday. A ug. 
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WAHT o o o D 
n a n m an a J Ot 
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NcEDINEY 
Employmnd Agency 
(Job (^ tar of Morin) 
t«44«thst ajt OLmweed 40511 


3 - - H tb W o Rto d 
REALTOR needs {Peasant wo man 
to handle rental o f large apart­ 
ment building. No license - neces­ 
sary. Attractive ho urs and pay. 
Call BREEN & CO. GL. 3-35 5 17 
iRONlNd, ho usewo rk; Tuesday, 
Thursday. Saturdays» 10-4. 
ho ur. GLenwo o d 
3-9387. 
YOUNG lady to o perate dry elean- 
Ing sto re in San Rafael. Steady 
wo rk. Go o d pay. ApMy in perso n. 
Vo gue Cleaners. ISailth St., San 
Rafael. 
GAS SUUo n ______ 
^_____ 
necessary. See Dick ReeC Unio n 
Statio n 1826 Fo urth St., Sen 
Rafael. 
MAN fo r dry cleaning ro ute In 
Co rte Madera - Larkspur area. 
Must have go o d perso nality and 
likb to meet the public, ito ply in 
perso n. Vo gue Cleaners, 77 Müler 
Ave.. Mül Vaüey. 
YOUNG MAN wito hlghl<&)i'e<i- 
ucatio n fo r truck ro ute Bb^n 
Co unty. Call Mr. McBaln, Ameri- 
c|n News Co mpany, Santa Ro sa 


SECRETARY wanted fo r general 
o ffice wo rk. In MiU VaUey. Go o d 
salary, go o d wo rking co nditio ns. 
Independent-J o umal Bo x 447. 
. 
HAND finlsncr, must be ex- 
« rienced. 
Reference. Tlburo n- 
Belvedere Laundry. GEneva 
5- 
45 45. 


MALE 
GROCERY CLERKS 
Wanled 
Ag«5 21 to 35 
APPLY 
SAFEWAY STORES 
121 San Anselmo Ave. 
San Anselmo , Califo rnia 


M E N 


FuU Time permanent Openlnn 
AVAILABLE A T ^ ^ ^ 
- 
STANDARD 
STATIONS, INC. 
STARTING EARNINGS 
_ APPROXIMATELY $380 MO. 
LIB^AL EMPLOYEE BKMSHTS 
5 DAY WEEK 
As appro ved by WSB 
' GOOD FUTURE 
INTERVIEWS DAILY MONDAY 
THROUGH FRIDAY 
200 Bush St., Rm. 130 , San Francisco 


CHECK THE 
ADVANTAGES OF A 
JO B AS A TELEPHONE 
OPERATOR 


V GOOD PAY 
V REGULAR SALARY 
INCREASES 
V EARN WHILE YOU 
LEARN 
V PLEASANT WORKING 
CONDITIONS 
APPLY TODAY FOR T7S 8 
IMPORTANT WORK AT 
1 H Street, San Rafael 
587 Bridteway Blvd., Sauaelito 
300 E. BUthedale Ave., Mill VaUey 
464 Magno lia Ave., Larkspur 
Pacific Telephone 


BOYS 


in 
U RKSPU R 
KENTFIELD 


If yo u are interested to an o ccu­ 
patio n to at 18 bo th healthful and 
alnfdl and Will give yo u practical 
uslness experience, inquire no w 
abo ut an Independent * J o urnal 
newtnaper ro ute at to e Independ- 
ent-J o urnal circulatio n r 
ment o r call GLenwo o d 4- 


AÍS yo u lo o ïcing 1(0-7801 *? We are 


6 — PosîtkHM W m ttd 


PRACTICAL nursto i — cere o f 
Oaytimt 
o nly. Pho ne OLanwo o d 4-IM9. 


perienced — residential, co mmer­ 
cial 6i to dusU^. OLuiwo o d 4- 
3116 . 
ICi^ ERIlil^CED wo rn ah' w ants 
ho mewo rk hy to e day. References. 
II per ho ur. Please call after 19 
am. GLenwo o d 3-W86. 


HOUSEWORK by day o nly. Vtm » 
ffiyigxK l 3^ 
7. 
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
CMil£ ) Ciare—Iztto big in yo ur lio rae. 
$1 ho ur. ExperieneM wo man. 
References. Indo mdent-J o umal. 
Bo x 449. 
I h ll care lo r o h il dr en and do 
ho usewo rk; 5 day week; cx- 
,ced; wiU sleep o ut DU •- 
S S “ “ 
ÜïlVICE man availiSe fo r o dd 
^ jo bs o f aU so rts. CaU at any time. 
GU 4-105 9. 
CaIÉ^ÉN*Ís¿ I« , cao inet iwaie« . Wo rk 
hy the day, ho ur o r co ntrect. No 
jo b to o emaU. GLenwo o d 
8-M5 1. 
C^TAÏN lamuMri&f. Also iro z^ 
Unens, dresaee, etc.. In my ho me. 
Reaeo nable, mmcriencedTDeto 
aerrice. OL 3-06 Í . 


7—Bas int» Pcfsonob 


ASTROLCX1Y readings. Advise o n 
aU matters. RMdii» dally.. Tele­ 
pho ne MiU VaUeyTÖUnlap 8-5366. 


8—Business Services 


PAINTING — deco rating —> sheet 
ro ck taping — paper hanging. 
Pho ne GLenwo o d 3-68^. Mr. 
Simpso n. 


S— Suslness S e tte e s 


AUGUSTUS 
■THEE SERVICE 
n w IBTIMATOS » IN » m ^ 
8:99 am. - 9:96 pm. QL 


Better d e c f^ ^ ^ l^ tsr m 
^LDlsco ito t o n materUaT 


to g. Wk 
futnlture and 
SausaUto W-J -l o r 441- " 


CEMENT fto iito ing, fo rm setting; 
patio s, etc. Wo rk by to e ho ur. 
Simmo ns, pho ne San Rafael, 
GLenwo o d 
BUiLDDiGS lRtPAlBlS5 
" 
HOMES remo deUed. Fineet wo rk­ 
manship. Insured. Aldto m C<» n- 
MDy. co ntracto rs. GL 8^8B)0 o r 
S * 8« a5 5 8. 
_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 


PROPERTY SURVEY 
* 
BY 
LICENSED SURVEYOR 
Pho ne DUnlap 8-8672 
ÍiifA80NÉ¥ 7 Pirtplaces, sto ne imtio s 
and planting o o xis. No jo b to ó 
small. Ho urv rates. Dial GLen­ 
wo o d 8-6794. 


B a n f íe U 


R u g C le a n in g 


ir YEARS mSRVINa MARm 
RtH» > Qiraeti dyad, tsmlli- 
Vçro o ^.fapaired 
OrientM SMialiete. Xnsuraiiea 
^ Cterrt^ 
Upho lstetf deanliig 
Fret o etimatee. plc^ up and delivery 
GLenwood 3 -3 0 50 


LIGHT TRACTOR WORK 
Grading, po st bo le digging, po wer 
mo vring. ro to ttUto f. Auo to p ecm. 
“ 
GLenwo o d 3-061« 


UNITED MOVING 
AND STORAGE 
MOVIWO WITB CAB l 
E VKKx wzuijtE 
SUCCESSORS TO GOSS 
" .Ph. GLenwo o d 8-4771 
— 
— 
RUBBISH HAULED 
n o m m M K ’’To ny’* 8am. 864-R 


Fo r eadto tete âm Fm k L. Dar- 
blay, GLenwo o d 4-1511. tlU Mis- 
rio B. S« i Rafael. 
WANTED 


WALL, etc.. 15 years experltiso i. 
PRANK GIULIANI 
OLINWOOO t-JMT 
Empirò Treo Service 
r m 
o m 
TOPPfö 
Rlà MOVED 
wo o d mil 
Lo la deaitd — 
Free Estimatee >- Insured 
PHONE QLBNWOCH> 3-0» 4 


•wöO. 


repair man xná fin- 
— rien« d. Per- 
Mr. Braver- 
Ave., San 


È5@ ®^0 Ì9®""cirpÌBÌ« Tf« mà m 
f« hillside ho me. 
Frame o o n- 
structlo n. Schultz BuUdltw CO., 
Qre« )brae, GLenwo o d 3-1^ . 


4— So io sin M W o u tM l 


BAUSBMAN WABted to t A huie 
Western manufacturer. Aggrei- 
sivt, experienced man, 25 -33 years 
o ld, to caU o n retell gro crnw to 
Mi^n and So no ma co imties. Car 
furnished. Go o d salary. Perman­ 
ent. Must reside in territcxy. 
Write P.O. Bo x 27. Oakland, Calif. 
SfANambitio u s, cifex ^en t ch « * 


$10^ annually. Ito gaged to an 
impo rtant ex|» uisio n prcupam, I 
am se(^dng a man to wo rk lo caily 
to Marin Co unty area repment- 
to f a J bhnt-ManvUle Aipro ved 
Co ntracto r. Fo r perso nal to ter- 
view, write fulhr pvto f age, edu­ 
catio n, mqperien« and ^eito o ne 
number. Addreii — N, W. Barlim. 
Jo fans-ManviUe Sales Go rp« a- 
tto n, 116 New Mo ntgo mery Sim t, 
S. Wn 
ONLY^ne siSi per wo ^ makii 
yo u o ver $5 00 per Bumto . Are yo u 
makto i it NOW? We wiU train 
fÄ T^iim e OlAnwo o d I-8M to 
the iftemo o n. 


LET PERFECTION 
UPHOLSTERING 


PHONE 
eUNW OOD M l03 


“ ’a s s s f ia * “ 
YOU 
I'AMiai 


_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ 
Arranged 
IB that limb abo ut to faU m 'W m 
Landeca^i^ 
co llecl Petaluma 5- ^ 9. ^ r e e 
mat« 
» b9clal^. Pma eeti- 


HOLLYW^D twto bedi Ito c Wiw. 
Pho ne GLenwo o d 8-8914. 
wito aprifif. wato ^ 
clOffero be. walnut end tahli. 
Mtell cabinet, terge o vemtteM 
chair. Mo e fo r enttee eo nto to a- 
ti^ .$45. T tlephO M G L S^ 
4-4388. 


BIG 4 DRAWER CHEST 
TINFtNIBBXD, *7* HiaB, » ' W m 
$14.18 


Wts ftrs Furnifur# Co. 
1848 4TH ST. SAN RAFAEL 
GL 8 -1617 
One .blo ck east o f t^epbo ne 
Building OP 4th Street 


F R E E 


2 «nd (ables^und eeff« « 
table witli tha purehaia 
of any of tha fellewln» 
living room luitas . 


.Commercial Prinfing 


UnTERH&ADS 
BILLHEADS 
IftVELOPBB 
BUSINESS CARDS 
. fm m m 
PUBLICATION WORK 


Whalev« Yo u r Prin tin g 0 69 ^4 
No J o b To o Large 
OrTbo SmaU 


Indapandant-Jeurnal 
Pho ne GLenwo o d 
4-8029 


à M ro m rs m r 
$1.76 per ho ur. Phcme GL. 8-1813 , 
KlCcady. 


So fa ancl to air to blue and 
frewtt frttei^— ----------- $ 78JQ9 
Sdte. Chair and OtUanan„ _..$ l0 J9 
Chair ii adjustable 
Ro ^ Maple. 
and 
chair to green 
$14iJ 9 
C ^ t^don 
I9J 9 
Ro se freisa emt 
Kro eh ler ^ 
an d « ü air: $119 J9 
in ro w freiae 
^ 


C a s a 


W m lio u s e 


9 PIECE mo d« n diiiiiit ro o m 
m v« ueed. Red u f 


BLACK Chinese hreakRúnt» eme 
m r o ld. Orii^^o o ft iia e r a S 
o ffer. GLenwo o d 3-98«^. 
RSRMAN MUler Seeretazy. 
rite ro eewo o d. Desk, bo o k 
tóver imd Ito mi « t^age, etc. 
M96. Owner mo vto g eael. 
seU$325. SauaaUto lll. 


ID — M w ie a l tM tn u n M H 


$15 0 Wito case, exeeUe^ôôî 3iià « t 
Rio ne GLenwo o d Ì-(ÌN 
9. 
GUimAltnm vio lto , dated 1719 , 


Street, San Rafael. * 


B^ND u ^ h t, needs lunto g. tG. 
Pho ne GLenwo o d 
4-1144 . 


1 0 .A— Miuted In tn tttiM 
BimTE KeUty. Po fuiar plal^ ü - 
ttentrs o r advante. 
l pjL 
to I p J3. Larkspur St-wT 


13 -# G ii» r y 


RED fryers, dressed, teady fo r m m 
frteae.| AS lb., ahvt 8 i l lb. H O, 
Bo x Bh, co tati. o n lo l lii^way . 
Petaluma S-MTd. 


13-A— F<m* Srad u e tt 


BARTLrrrpeari. free fro fn mo rm. 
2e lb. by to e lug. Bring yo ur o wn 
co ntainers, c. Paladini. Ro ute 1, 
Bo x 7« l, Wilscm Ave..^ No vato . 


Durbro w Orchard end o f 
Avenue, No vato . Pick 
o therwise. No valQ 915 -* * 
GiAviÊli^riÏN 
pteri, Satsuma plums, ptaeliei. h . 
DiLueito , McClly Ro ad, Bex III. 
No vato . 


NEED A CARPENTER 
Remo delto g • Repato s - Additio ns 
Co ntract o r Ho urly • Free Estimates 
GLENWOOD 8^2 10 *> 
Couniry Ârt 
Cons truetien Co. 
Generai Buildto f Co ntracto rs 
WE BUILD NEW R ^PB. RS- 
MODEL - MODERNDUÌTaDDI- 
TIOHS - OARAGES - CMS, 
PORTS. P. O. BOX m MILL 
YALLEY. DU. 9-8784. 


miSSMAKING. AU wmk m o rü j 
do ne. Pricee reascmahle. 01 . 4-Ì7G. 
PRANK H. Smaw, general huteto if 
o m tm á m , PM eettaiatee. Vto e- 
yard Ro ad, Ho vate. No vate 98§ -Bv 


14-■■ OewlM SapeS— 


Marin Garden Suppliai 


AU yo ur garden needs at o ni to ea- 
tio a. PiêM sto ne, Ra| sto ni, to n^ 
o rna atmie. buUmnfblo cki, f f ^ 
•takes, c« atnt, sand, ferto to ir 
and many o ther items, ppo ne GL. 
3-4979. Open Sunday. Liii^to and 
Qreenfìrid Avenus, San Missto to . 


FÜCTRSK 
5 5Bte""*Ta"* 1BE5S¡ 
Fuchsias, friten cans I 9e, 8 Ifteh 
Ç3ts ile, Abies Pmhria Qaiden, 
o mriéi, DiUo n Beach Ro ad. 
is m m m m m m r w m im 
w w m m m to p s rn 
GLen wô ^4 -868l 
Pho ne 
"raFHöKT 
4 yd. o r 5 
Dr 4 yd. o r 5 ydTJ o adAPto » « 
DUntep j-5 95i. 
TOP So il rich black flu ffy tetas. 
Ct^n lealte in sp ee led an d ip * 
p ro v ed immediate detiv ery « 
Piu me No v ato 9 74-W. _____ 
K a BZROCBDBNB 
o mmû â o â 
Mato p e 
íte e r te . 
Temao flalao .Mteed 
Ño vate 8t9*W ^ 


PIFIAN kittens, pedigf^ rilvers, 
iia ^ and btecks. o m CMBWOOd 
4-1785 . 
3 » 


12 
jlnhfprtthftti-lmmtal« Monday, Aug. >8, i 952 


15«— Pets 


DACHSHUND female for sale. 2 
months. 
AKC 
registered. 
$50. 
GLenwood 3-8151. 
__ _ 


YE S, we have one roy al Sia mese 
kitten to give away ; and three io 
sell. Call GLenwood 3-8618, Kent- 
field. 
____________________ 
_ 
BOSTON puppies, registered. Love^ 
ly , perfectly marked. Screw tails. 
Pat, healthy puppies. Stud service. 
GLenwood 4-1163. 
FOR SALETCoCker pups. Blondes 
mid party colors. R e a s on a b l e . 
Phone GLenwood 8-3384. _______ 
HUNTERS ATTENTION 
First three who call GL. 3-2612 own 
pure b red Lab rador puppies. Dirt 
c h eap. 
- 
FOR~ 8aie—Parakeets, 
all 
colors. 
Cockateels, Golden and Amhurst 
phesants. 
1617 Vallejo St., No­ 
vato. Phone Novato 114-M. 


SPECIAL 
pc. PRQV. MAPLE DN. SET—$150 
M. PROV. MPL. BDR. SET—$150 
48 WOOD DROP SIDE CRIB—$10 
PROSPERITY GAS RANGE —$50 
ANTIQUE SPINNING WHEEL—$50 
OVAL BRAIDED LINEN RUG 9 x12 
STEEL SLAT VENETIAN BLINDS: 
ONE 13* x 6*8*’; TWO 53” x 6*8”; 
POUR ASSORTED SIZES 
(THE LOT—$50) 
GE 5-4613 


SCOTTIES.Registered AKC. Rea­ 
sonab le prices. Phone GLenwood 
3-4650. 
____ 
COCKER Spanfef puppiesTWalton- 
daie Kennels, Reg. End of Trum­ 
b ull Ave., Novato. Phone 854-J 


14-—Miscellaneous for Sal* 


CLEAN 
innerspring 
mattress. 
2 
Heather Way , Larkspur. Larkspur 
447-J. 
PISTOLS — automatic, like new, 
P-38 Lugar; H-D high standard 
22; Regulation 45; Holsters, am- 


RUGS, tab le top Wedgwood stove. 
General E l e c t r i c refrigerator. 
Good condition. Single b ed, circu­ 
lating oil heater. 129 Pine Street, 
* % San Rafael, Phone GLenwood 3- 
7 
4 
9 
7 
. 
________ 
BENDIX, 4 y ears old, $60. Good 
condition. Sausalito 1087J. 
1950 WESTINGHOUSE refrigerator, 
automatic defroster, 10 cu. ft.; 
new, $410—sell, $300, perfect con­ 
dition. Montgomery ward stove, 
1949 , separate high b roiler, glass 
door oven, perfect condition, $140. 
DU 8-3674. 
"nev T under w ood 
Champion Model Portab le TW 
1951 models. Were $9 2.50 plus tax 
Now $7 9.50 plus tax 
1 YEAR GUARANTEE 
RAY’S 
OFFICE MACHINE SERVICE 
901 B St. San Rafael GL. 3-0375 
CHILD’S Wardrob e, 6 y ear crib and 
mattress. Bathlnette. Bab y tenda. 
Stroler. 8 x 10 rug. GLenwood 4- 
0623. 
5 AS range. Montgomery Ward’s 
sewing machine, portab le electric. 
Make offer. Phone GLenwood 3 
6715. 
FREE use of piano in exchange for 
storage for not less than 2 y ears. 
Large upright painted white. Ideal 
for rumpus room, Phone from 
Monday on, GL 3-3158, or GL 4 
’ H L 
STEAMER trunk, used only once 
Excellent condition. Cost $40—sell 
$20. GLenwood 3-4827. 
tflNING room suite, rug,Tamps, anc 
radio. Call Art Souza, 1201 San 
' Anselmo Ave..*S an( A n s e l m o 
GLenwood 3-1305. 
________ 
6NE doub le” coif b ed, "springs, 
twin size. Walnut occasional tab le 
Very reasonab le. Phone Sunday s 
and evenings. GLenwood 4-029 5. 
AUTOMATIC 
Kenmore 
washer 
$150.' Automaitc Kenmore dry er 
$19 0. Chrome dinette set, $50. 
Siece solid walnut b edroom suite 
110. New mahogany Duncan 
Phy fe dining t a b l e $9 5. Over 
* 
stuffed chair $30. GLenwood 4 
3188. 


I 
WwOTr ¿WiBwp 


WRISTWATCH — men’s 17 jewel 
Gruen, 8 diamond case. Value 
$500, sell $300. Phone GLenwood 
4 - 3 8 4 2 . _______________ 
YEAR old crib , Kantwet mattress. 
Like new, $25. Phone GLenwood 
4-2236. 


TWIN b eds, coil springs. Phone 
GLenwood 3-9 588. 


SAVE YOUH $$$$ 
GOSS 


NEW I USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 


Pianos, Rugs, Paints 
and Supplies 


FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE 
IN MARIN COUNTY 
EASY TERMS 


WE ALSO BUY, TRADE AND 
SELL ON CONSIGNMENT 
GOSS 
Wa reho use Sa les 


FRANCIS & M AGNOLIA 
AVES. IN LARKSPUR 


Ph. S.A. GLenwood 4-2484 
OPEN DAILY 9 am. to 6 p.m 
Sunday 10 am. to 3 p.m. 


KENMORE w a s hi n g 
machine. 
Pump and timer. Good condition. 
$40. Phone DU 8-0320. 
SAN Rafael Methodist 
C hur c h 
Rummage sale. Bianco’s Garage. 
August 20 and 21. 
6 YEAR crib and Kantwet mattress, 
$20. High chair $5. Good condi­ 
tion. Bendix automatic washer 
$90. Hotpoint electric range with 
thrift cooker $9 0. GLenwood 3-4105, 
LEATHER headb oard, legs. $20. 9* 
wrought iron railing. $25. Child’s 
12 b ase accordion $25. GLenwood 
4-4331. 
GAS Range, "trash b urner, $$5. 
Grand cab inet upright piano and 
stool, $175. Excellent condition. 
Phone GLenwood 4-0789 . 


SACRIFICE! Divan, chair set, like 
new, 
$60. 
Custom 
chesterfield 
$130, custom chaise lounge, Otto 
man $85, GL. 4-09 66. 


Clo se Oui 
Po lly Dry ers 


100’ RED FIR 
150’ RED FIR .... 
.85.00 
..$5.95 
Sa le 
Electric Fa ns 
FROM $3.79 
SAN RAFAEL 
HARDWARE 
1137 Fourth St* 
GLenwood 3-3077 


Al’s Used Furniture 
Buy . sell, trade any thing. Open 
day s. North end of Marin Ship­ 
y ard. Sausalito 622-W, residence 
118-R. 


CAMERA, Zeiss Ikon, 3.5 Tessar 
lens. Excellent condition, $100. DU 
8-029 9 . 


United Moving & Storage 
Successors to Goss 
Ph. GLenwood 3-4771 


G.E. PUSHBUTTON ty pe electric 
range, deep well, pressure cooker. 
Sacrifice. $250. DU. 8-449 4. w 


HAND Knit dress, size 12-14. Lovely 
rose. Worth $125. Sacrifice $35. 
GLenwood 4-129 2. 
COOLERATOR-deiuxe. Steel, hun­ 
dred lb ice b ox. 2 door, vegetab le 
b ox and light. Mornings GL 4- 
3589 . 
t 
fclNING room set, b eautiful b lond 
wood, original cost $500. Sell for 
$200 ; 6 chairs, including 2 hostess 
chairs, large b uffet. Bedroom set, 
b leached mahogany , b edside tab le, 
chest of drawers, desk, doub le b ed 
springs, mattress. $175. Ironrite, 
hardly used, make offer. Chest of 
drawers $5. GLenwood 3-7766. 
Table top stove, griddle’" trash 
b urner, $75. Electric floor polish­ 
er $15. J. Do wen, 24 Marquard 
Avenue, San Rafael. __________ 
CHOICE Bartlett pears for canning, 
$1.25 field lug. You pick. GroU 
Winery at Vineb urg, 2Vz miles 
east of Sonoma on old Napa 
Highway . 
10 MAGNAVOX T.V. whh~match^ 
ing mahogany revolving tab le $50. 
GLenwood 3-7044. 
i 951 MOTOROLA Television. 20" 
screen. Mahogany cab inet. Cost 
$435. Must sell. Very reasonab le. 
GLenwood 4-19 74. 
MOVING must Sell. Holly wood b ed, 
matching spread $60. 6 y ear crib , 
Kantwet mattress $10. Three ma­ 
hogany end tab les like new. Out­ 
door dry er $7.50. Matched golf 
club s. Chinese grass rugs. Bam­ 
b oo shades. Mahogany electric 
clock $7.50. GLenwood 3-1172. 
MAPLE b ed b ox springs and mat­ 
tress,. $50. Boy ’s b icy cle, $15. GL. 
3-7466 


18 ' R> dl Estate For Sale 


C ouisfv W id e 


18 CW 
18CW 


3 BEDRM REDWOOD. Nearly new, 
close to t r a n s p o r t a t i o n and 
schools. $12,9 50. 


MAKE OFFER. 3 b edroom with 
rumpus 
room, 
fireplace, * view. 
Hawthorne Hills. $16,500. 
2 BEDRM, near school, 5 y ears old. 
Immaculate. Well constructed. A 
real b uy . $10,500. 


LOTS — 3 good 60 x 160 b uilding 
sites. Adjacent to Sleepy Hollow. 
Price $1200 each, less for all three. 
David S. Adams 
MULTIPLE REALTOR 
SLEEPY HOLLOW 
HEADQUARTERS 
1355 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
GL. 3-4280 or GL. 3-4755 


HI-FIDELITY custom phono sy s­ 
tem c o m pi e t e $135. Includes 
changer, amplifier and speaker 
sy stem. CATANIA SOUND, 345 
Francisco Blvd. Ph. San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-1130. 
2 PIECE grey chest erf ieicT set, y ear 
old. 
In perfect condition. Call 
day s, 
Sausalito 
124, 
evenings 
Sausalito 581. 
TELEVISION SPECIALS — floor 
models reduced up to $150. New 
guarantee. RAY HIME, 4th & C 
Sts., S. R. 
„ 


16-A— Building Materials 


USED newspaper mats are good for 
lining sheds, attics, play houses 
Sheets ab out 20 x 24 inches, tough 
b ut easy to handle. Big b undles 
50c each, 3 for $1.00. See Washing­ 
ton Boy ce, Independent-Journal. 
USED parquet flooring. T & G 
thick oak. $200.00 per M. Call eve- 
jiingsJSa^ 
16.Ç-,.Boats and Supplies 


FISHERMEN LOOK! 
16 Ft. b oatT7% HP. Mercury out­ 
b oard. Both for $150. GLenwood 
3-1783. 
16* RUNABOUT with 7% HP. Mer­ 
cury motor. $225. Sausalito 74-J- 


17— Miscellaneous Wanted 


HEAVY winter coat for 14 y ear old 
b oy ; also suit in good condition. 
DU 8-2622. 
______ 
_______ 
WANTED — Play er piano rolls. 
Cy linder records and machines. 
Phone GLenwood 3-2735 after 
5 p.m. 
LATE model gas stove, right hand 
circulating heater. Sausalto 406R. 
WANTED 12x15 wool rug, good con­ 
dition. 
To $150. 
Rub b er tired 
wheelb arrow. DU. 8-349 7. 
WANTED: Clean cotton rags with 
out b uttons, for wiping machinery . 
Independent-Journal office. 1028 
B St.. San Rafael._______ 
_ 
WE BUY JUNK, autos, machinery ^ 
scrap iron, equipment, materials. 
Phone GLenwood 3-2522. 


Don't Buy 


Until y ou see and compare these 
new homes in Exclusive Glenaire 
Sub division. 
Large roomy b edrooms with ward­ 
rob e closets, kitchen and b ath 
have lots of tile, living room has 
large picture windows, fireplace, 
hardwood floors, and dining area. 
Redwood shake roof and b rick 
trim b lend into the b ackground of 
hill and trees. Price from $14,9 50 
to $15,500. Only a few left. 
Tarrant Realty 
1011 3rd, Opposite Safeway 
3570 Redwood Highway GL 3-6220 
GLenwood 3-9 386 


18— Red Estate For'Solc 


GREENBRAE 


Resa le Va lues 


$24,7 50 
Impressive California colonial 2 
story home of 3 large b edrooms, 2 
tile b aths, extra lav., separate din­ 
ing room, central hall plan, wide 
view b alcony , extra large 2 car 
garage. Immaculate condition. In­ 
cludes some carpeting and drapes. 
Lot 95 x 125 terraced. A real b uy 
at this low price. 
$31,7 50 
Beautiful custom b uilt ranch sty le 
home, 3 b edrooms, 2 tile b aths in 
central hall plan all on one floor. 
Every room has a grand view of 
the Bay . Lovely social room with 
unique b ar on garden floor. Extra 
space for workroom and storage. 
Lot has 100 ft. frontage and is 
professionally landscaped. Excel­ 
lent condition. An outstanding 
home. 
THE GREENBRAE CO. 
GREENBRAE 
GLenwood 3-5645 


18— Real Estate For Sale 


County Wide 


ELECTRIC RANGES, 2 ovens, fully 
automatic floor samples. SAVE 
$100 from regular price. RAY 
HIME 4th & C Sts., S. R. 


NEW ARRIVALS FOR 
I, 
Warehouse Sale 


Bedroom suites, dining groups, 
upholstered 
pieces, occasional 
tab les, chrome dinettes, lamps, 
rugs and carpets. AH new. Good 
selection of outdoor and patio 
furniture. 
Fo rma n Furniture Co . 
535 IRWIN STREET 
South Side of Francisco Blvd. 
Past N.WP. Freight Shed 
PHONE GL. 3-0272 SAN RAFAEL 


DUPLEX 


Ex cellent Lo ca tio n 
Here is an easy to maintain home 
for y ou with income which will 
help pay for y our investment. 
Each unit has an electric stove, 
refrigerator, and Venetian b linds. 
Insulated for y ear round comfort 
and close to High School. Perfect 
for retired couple. Easy te make 
down pay ment — and good fin­ 
ancing. 
Full price $21,000 
See this for real value. 
Exclusively listed with 
Erwin V. Holton 
924 B Street San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-8124 GLenwood 4-4623 


WASHING MACHINES 
REFRIGERATORS 
STOVES 
Many good used b argains. Famous- 
makes to choose from 
RAY HIME, Pianos & Appliances 
4th and C streets 
GL. 4-1170 
RONSONS repaired. $1 plus parts. 
1 hour service. Some repairs im­ 
mediately . Wheeler’s J e w e l r y , 
Fairfax. 


EASTERN maple hutch, b irch din­ 
ette tab le, 3 panel screen, large 
high b acked chair, Sausalito *283J . 
BABY b ed, mattress, chest. Buggy . 
Bathinette, 
Tay lor Tot. Toidy 
_ seat. All $65. GLenwood 3-7839. 
THOR wringer ty pe, pump $25. 20 
gallon water heater $10. Cement 
doub le tray s $5. GL 3-8081. 
ONE square tab le and 4 chains. 1 
One Duncan Phy fe tab le, 6 chairs, 
cherry . One 5” jointer, one % 
horse motor. % and % mandiUs, 
Dado washers. One electric roast­ 
er. One Crosley TV. Two iron cots 
and pads. One Binks No. 19 spray 
gun. One Kellogg American spray 
gun. One paint pot for spray ing. 
GLenwood 3-5664. 
BASSINETTE; crib : childs~dr« Sr: 
Ice b ox. Reasonab le. 139 Lansdale 
avenue. Fairfax. 
9 CU. FT. advanced design Philco 
refrigerator, $200; 
3 cushioned 
maroon davenport, $40; 4'x2' doll 
house, $20. DU. 8-0250. 
_______ 
CERAMIC kiln, top loading, gas fir­ 
ing, lQté cu. ft., excellent for 
studio potter: also selling out as 
unit ray materials, clay , glazes, 
pottery moulds. -DU. 8-459 3. 
GASfsto&, Frigidaire, Philco radio­ 
phono, b unk b eds, studio couch, 
other items. DU. 8-3587. 


BUY DU PONT PAINTS 
AT 
MAXWELL’S HARDWARE 
CORTE MADERA 1146 


HOUSES FOR SALE FOR THE 
BEST VALUES. 
DON’T MISS 
TODAY’S 
CLASSIFIED 
REAL 
ESTATE IN THE INDEPEND­ 
ENT. 


Do n't Ga mble With Fire 
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS, 
RECHARGES — REFILL 
FYR-FYTER DISTRIBUTOR 
SAN RAFAEL HARDWARE 
1137 FOURTH ST. 
GLENWOOD 3-3077 


Bellach Furniture Co. 
818 FRANCISCO BLVD.. S, R. 
NEAR MOTOR MOVIES. 
GLenwood 3-8041 
Open evenings Monday thru Friday 
________ 
Sunday s 10 to 4 


OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 
Mill Seconds 
PLYWOOD 
all thicknesses and grades 
5/16" sheathing 
3/8" sheathing 
1/2" sheathing 
5/8" sheathing _ 
1/4" AJD. rejects 


.07 sq. ft. 
.08 sq. ft* 
» .10 sq. ft. 
......*12 sq. ft. 
-ZT09 sq. ft. 


NEAR ST. ANSELM'S 
Older 3 b èdrm. home in good con­ 
dition. 
Fireplace, 
porch, 
guest 
room, garage, large level, land­ 
scaped fenced lot, $12,600. 
M ANOR— $10,250 
Cozy 2 b edrm. cottage with large 
3rd b edrm. or den. Fireplace, gar­ 
age, small cab in in rear. Level, 
landscaped, fenced y ard. 
Louise V. Walsh 
735 Sir Francis Drake. San Anselmo 
GLENWOOD 3-19 63 
MULTIPLE REALTORS 


REDUCED to $12,500. 3 b edroom 
ranch sty le home on level land­ 
scaped lot. Immaculate. Fireplace, 
patio, garage. Close in. Real value. 
GL. 3-3158, eves. GL. 3-1301. 
ORCHARD LOT 
Is acre level, 114 ft. street frontage, 
b earing fruit trees. Asking $4500. 
Fa rring to n Jo nes & So n 
Estab lished in Marin Since 1916 
Opp. Station, San Anselmo 
GL. 3-669 1 
• 


I PIECE OR A CAR LOAD 
PYRAMID 
PLYWOOD CO. 


* 
GL. 4-1704 
2736 Redwood Hiway at 101 Hiway 
and San Quentin Y 
TYPEWRITER, portab le Swiss Her­ 
mes. used under 100 times, $35. 
Doub le inner springs, mattress, 
$10. Victorian loveseat, $25. DU. 
8-!633. 
Use d newspaper mats ab out 20 x 24 
inches. Good for lining attics, 
store rooms, chicken houses, etc. 
Big b undles 50c each. 3 for $1.00. 
See Washington Boy ce, Independ- 
ent-Joumal. 


Screen Do o rs 


HALF SCREEN 
2’ 6” 6’ 8” 
2* 8” 6’ 8* 
V fln fi* o?* 
FULL SCREEN 
3* 6’ 


Specia l 


.$9 .85 
$3.95 


.$8,95 
SAN RAFAEL 
HARDWARE 
1117 Fb urth St* 
GLenwood 9*8077 


1 ACRE site overlooking San Rafael, 
close to Convent District, gentle 
slope, excellent value. $5,000. 
Herbert A. Crocker 4 Co 
BUILDERS REAL ESTATE 
1930 FOURTH ST. S.R. GL. 4-3521 


Top Quality 


$25 ,0 0 0 


This b eautiful 4% y ear b id . 
home surrounded b y most 
attractive informal gardens 
and opening onto a ty pical 
California patio offers the 
UTMOST IN SUBURBAN 
LIVING. Unusual entrance 
hall, 3 b edrooms, 1% b aths, 
cozy kitchen and b reakfast 
nook with b rick wall. Serv­ 
ice porch. 2 car garage, and 
a wonderful unfinished play 
room. Just a few b locks to 
schools and transportation 
in one of SAN ANSELMO’S 
F I N E S T D I S T R I C T S . 
Vacant — owner has left 
gorgeous draperies and wall 
m i r r or s . Call us to see 
ANYTIME. 
Woodson Realty 
22 Bank Street, San Anselmo 
GLenwood 3-8144 


SELECTED WARNICR 
LISTINGS 


IN ROSS 
JUST LISTED — small charm­ 
ing 2 b drm studio ty pe home 
with den (or guest rm). Lovely 
wooded setting high up in Win- 
ship Park with unob structed 
view. Graqjous entrance patio. 
Well b uilt (circa 19 31) Imma­ 
culate! P e r f e c t for couple! 
$14,950 or offer. _ 
Warnick 
46 Redhill 
San Anselmo 
GL. 4-1109 or GL. 4-5279 


P m m B u XhltAm 
i f W3W? 


Ross- 
English Sty le 
$1 8 ,5 0 0 
Here is a home of distinc­ 
tion, b asically fine, stucco 
exterior. 2 stories, 7 rooms 
(including a » stunning Phil­ 
ippine mahogany paneled 
den.) 
b aths, b eautiful 
level grounds. All rooms are 
large 
and have 
recently 
b een decorated in excellent 
taste. We invite y ou to com­ 
pare this home for b eauty , 
location, and va l ue . In 
charming W i n s hi p Park, 
Ross. 
Woodson Realty 
22 Bank Street, San Anselmo 
GLenwood 3-8144 


18— Red Estate For Scria 


County Wide 


Quaint 


Don't Miss This 
$1 1 ,95 0 
SAN ANSELMO 
In excellent condition, this ap­ 
pealing home, located near shop­ 
ping and transportation, one b lock 
off Sir Francis Drake Blvd., is 
ideal for a couple or small family . 
Hardwood floors, thermo con­ 
trolled heat, fireplace, Venetian 
b linds, zephy r shingle exterior, 15 
y ear roof, nearly level lot 50x140, 
nicely landscaped. TV antenna in­ 
cluded. Good financing availab le 
to responsib le party . 
Wm. Nock Co. 
1018 B St., San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-0262 


Near shops sets this 2 b edroom 
home. Large kitchen, level lot. 
Separate garage and workshop. 
Asking $8,500. 
Anxious Owner 
Brick patio, shady lawn and fruit 
trees give charm "to this older 3 
b edroom remodeled home. 2 lots, 
21 fruit trees and lots of porches 
for outdoor sleeping. Close to 
schools and t r a n s p o r t a t i o n . 
$10,m 
Can't Be Beat 
Owner offers b est of financing on 
this 3 b edroom home. Fireplace, 
separate dining room, large utility 
porch, level y ard, excellent dis­ 
trict near Wade Thomas School. 
Owner will consider offer. Asking 
$15,250. 
Near High School 
San Rafael. 2 large b edrooms, 
fireplace, 
dining 
area, central 
heat. One y ear old. Nice garden 
and lath house. $18,500. 
A. N. Nipper 
REALTOR-GENERAL INSURANCE 
208 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
San Anselmo — GLenwood 3-29 80 


Morningside Court 
Come out and compare this home 
with any in San Anselmo at this 
price. A NEV/ 3 b edroom rustic 
ranch sty le with b ath and half, 
sunny kitchen would b e a joy to 
any woman and most attractive 
wall paper and paneling through­ 
out. It’s a home with a personal­ 
ity . It’s a nice location. It’s our 
b est b uy . $17,9 00. 
Parmelee Really 
222 Sir Francis Drake 
San Anselmo 
GLenwood 3-5373 


Blvd. 


Merrill W. Pollock 
SAN RAFAEL 
Built 1947 b y contractor for him­ 
self on large doub le lot. Main 
floor has 1,340 sq. ft. area, which 
includes 2 large b edrooms, tile 
b ath, 
separate 
dining 
room, 
roomy kitchen, attractive living 
room with fireplace. Plus full 
b asement containing 14 b ath, 
rumpus room, or third b edroom, 
hob b y room. Priced for quick 
sale at $17,500. 


Po ssibilities Plus 
We have for the handy man a small, 
older 2 b edrm. home in the 
Brookside school area in San An­ 
selmo. 5 rooms in all, large lot 
of approx. 7400 ft. 
Also has a 
small 2 room cottage at rear of 
property that could b e rented. 
Nice variety of fruit trees and 
flowers. 
Only $7000, 
$500 to 
$1000 down. 
Pay ments b etween 
$60 and $70 month, 
^ 
Co mmuter's Specia l 
3 good size b edrms, comb ination 
liv. rm. and din. rm. large kitchen, 
level lot. 
Raised fireplace, tile 
b ath. 
Only 15 minutes to San 
Rafael, 48 minutes to San Fran­ 
cisco. 
$1500 dn. Price $13,250. 
See it today . 
AL FOWLER 
917 A STREET, SAN RAFAEL 
PH. GLenwood 3-9 212 


BEAUTIFUL 
TABLE level wooded knoll site in 
Greenb rae. 3 b locks to high school. 
Sheltered. GLenwood 3-0622. 
. 
INCOME 


JOHN J. CONNOLLY 
"FITS YOU TO A HOME” 
9 9 9 Sir Francis Drake, Kentfield 
Phone GLenwood 3-7240, GL. 4-0457 
REDHILL REALTY 
709 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., SA, 
Phone GLenwood 4-219 0 
2 BEDROOM home — level fenced 
lot. Near transportation, shopping 
& schools. GLenwood 4-3110. 
BY owner — 12 y ears old. 9 rooms, 
2 floors, 2 b aths. Hardwood floors, 
steam heat, 2 car garage. % acre. 
Oak trees, view. Part can b e used 
as rental unit if desired. Can b e 
seen b y appointment only on Wed. 
& Sunday s. Call GLenwood 3-8168 
Wed. & Sun. & evenings after 8 
p.m. Price $26,400, 
FOR sale b y owner, 3 b edroom 
home, 10 months old. Furnished 
or unfurnished. 
P ho n e Novato 
335-W. 
What are y ou Waiting for? 
12 HILLSIDE LOTS $1350 
FULL PRICE 
MABELLE CULPEPPER 
LARKSPUR 634-J 
Leach Realty 
19 8 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
Saa Anselmo 
GL. 2-3603 


Owner Moved 
To Sacramento 
Charming 3 b edroom home, living 
and dining comb ined, tile b ath, 
fireplace, weatherstripped. wired 
for electric range. Newly decorat­ 
ed. Attached garage. 
b locks to 
school, 4 b locks to transportation. 
Asking $13,700. 
JACK MOSS 
Successor to 
MOSS BREEN 
MULTIPLE REALTOR 
810 Sir Francis Drake. Kentfield 
GL. 3-1810, Eves. GL. 3-7849 
Del Monte Realty 
. 2042 4th St., San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-5142 
TED FRAIZE 
MULTIPLE REALTOR 


. Buy all or part 
6 rental units on approximately 3 
acres fronting on Highway . Prop­ 
erty s how s 
high return, 
FANTASTICALLY 


Price 
$12,600 
$15,000 
Further 
sured. 


Dn. Pay m’fc 
$3500 
$4000 


Mo. Income 
$155 
$172.58 


income possib ilities 
MAKE OFFER, 
Rob ert W. Bogh 
727 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. S.A. 
GLenwood 3-8653 


$21 ,5 0 0 
A magnificent home, only 2 y rs. 
old with 3 large b edrms, tile b ath, 
2 car garage, located in a fine 
district in San Anselmo for grow­ 
ing children. Large lot, some fruit 
trees, patio. Owner leaving Marin 
County wants offer. 
$20,000 
One of San Rafael's finer and 
older 2 story homes, 3 b edrms, 
b aths. A b eautiful level lot, 100 ft. 
frontage x 160 ft. deep. Walking 
d i s t a n c e downtown. Excellent 
terms. 
$1 6,0 0 0 
Owner 
home 
wants a deal. 2 b edrm 
on b eautifully landscaped 


$2,5 0 0 DOWN 
BALANCE CARRIED BY 
OWNER 
MUST BE SOLD FAST 
Owner leaving city . 
Charming 
setting 2 b edroom home. 
Large 
living rqom. fireplace, dining nook: 
Equipped kitchen* gardens, patios, 
large V /el, sunny lot. Fruit trees, 
garage. $13,250. 
WM. E. DOUD & CO. 
515 MAGNOLIA, LARKSPUR 
Ph. Larkspur m , C M . 104-W eves. 


lot. Picture windows in living 
room, fireplace, patio and 2 car 
garage. 
$1 0 ,95 0 
GI resale. A b uy in a 5 
home, 2 b edrms, den, and another 
room, in b asement. Walking dis 
tance to b us, stores, shops. 
MARIN ACREAGE 
54 acres at $460 per acre. Several 
b ull dozed sites, 1 mile of roads. 
Utilities availab le. 
6/10 of acre in Ross. A b eautiful 
residential site for $6600. 
Pierce Realty 
GLENWOOD 3-3540 
300 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 
SAN ANSELMO 


$16,250 


18—-Real Estate For Saia 


Co unty Wida 


Near Convent 
It's All Here 
Patio, b eautiful landscaping, com­ 
pletely modernized 3 b edrm. home, 
b est district, close to downtown. 
4% vets loan can b e assumed. 
Priced right at 
$16,500 


San Anselmo 
Wants Action! 
Beautiful rustic ranch sty le of 3 
b edrms, 2 b aths, on a level knoll, 
with an outstanding view. Owner 
open to exchange for smaller 
home or lot. 
ASKING $20,750 


SCOTTO & ROBINSON 
2040 4TH ST. SAN RAFAEL 
PHONE GLENWOOD 3-0622 


18— Rea! Estate Far Sate 


■ 
PALM HILL 


Homes suitab le for large family 
in fine neighb orhood. Close to 
downtown schools and every fam­ 
ily need. Pay only $85 per month 
for 3 b edrms plus glassed-in 
sleeping room. 2 b aths, and all 
the rest of the full compliment 
of a good family living. Priced 
b elow market at $18,9 50. 
JAMES A. ORR 
KENT WOODLANDS 
BRANCH OFFICE 
942 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
Kentfield, Ph. GL. 3-9 548 


BUY AND FINANCE THRU 
A.R.Roumiguiere 
804 San Anselmo Ave. 
ga-ffr Anoimn • GLenwood 3*6630 


3 b eautiful b edrms. large liv. rm. 
attractive fireplace, French drs. 
leading to landscaped patio. 2 
car garage, assume large GI 4% 
loan. Monthly pay ments $72.50 
including taxes and insurance. 
Close to shopping and transpor­ 
tation. $3500 down. 
ROSS $18,500 
This charming home situated in 
one of the most exclusive sec­ 
tions of Ross, has 2 spacious 
b edrms, large liv. rm. separate 
din. rm. b reakfast room, large 
glassed-in sunporch. 
% b ase­ 
ment with knotty pine hob b y 
room. Lovely landscaped garden, 
assume large GI 4% loan. Bal­ 
ance less than rent. 
Merritt W. Pollock 
llil Lincoln Ave., San Rafael 
Ph. GL. 3-2308 


ORCHARD LOT 
14 acre level, 114 ft. street front­ 
age. b earing fruit trees. Asking 
$4500. 
Fa rring to n Jo nes & So n 
Estab lished in Marin Since 1916 
Opp. Station, San Anselmo 
GL. 3-669 1 ^ 


II 
II 
LIVE WIRE 
LINDSKOG 


MILL VALLEY OFFICE 


M O T H E R S ! ! FATHERS ! ! 
here’s plenty of room, b ig ranch 
sty le, 3 b edrms, fireplace, doub le 
garage, large tile kitchen with eat­ 
ing area, wardrob e closets, level. 
$12,9 50. Only 1 y r. old, like new, 
$3,000 down, b alance like rent. 


Alto Strawberry Office 


3 BEDROOMS ONLY $11,500. A 
modem house too. Large tile 
kitchen fireplace, tile b ath, gar­ 
age with workshop, near stores, 
commute, schools, $2750 cash will 
handle. Lower down pay ment to 
responsib le party . 
5 BEL/ROOMS WOW! ! On level 
Vs acre, 8 large rooms, b ig b ase­ 
ment, central b lower heat, near 
schools. 
Ideal 
for b ig family 
$16,000. 
RIGHT ON THE WATER!! 
Paradise Cove! 3 b edrms, an all 
redwood flatop. Only I y r. old 
Lot runs out over tidelands to 
deep 
water 
channel, 
100 x 450 
$12,000. Low dn. pay ments, b al­ 
ance like rent. Owner will finance. 
Doesn’t want cash. 


SAN ANSELMO OFFICE 
KENTFIELD $15,500 
2 b edrms, over size garage, large 
service porch, fireplace, outdoor 
living! Patio. BBQ. Beautiful gar­ 
den with plenty of b eautiful plants 
and shrub s. 
Complete privacy . 
Level corner. See this! Priced ab ­ 
solutely right for this lovely neigh­ 
b orhood. 
PAY LIKE RENT. Little rustic 
b ungalow, 3 small b edrms, woodsy 
hillside setting. Sub stantially b uilt, 
patio, wonderful view. This place 
has charm. Trees! $8750. $1500 dn. 
perhaps even less to right party . 


CALIFORNIA MODERN. Deluxe 
redwood rustic, b rand new, in the 
oaks and madrones. The trees 
come right indoors thru wall win­ 
dows. white steel kitchen, fire­ 
place, every m od e r n feature. 
$16,500. Unusually !ow down pay ­ 
ments can b e arranged to respon­ 
sib le party . 


PHONE NOW! EVENINGS CALL 
DUnlap 8-009 3 
DUnlap 8-219 3 
DUnlap 8-3714 
SR. GLenwood 3-8321 or GL. 3-8014 


"Liv e Wire" Lindsko g 


188 East Blithedaie Ave. 
MILL VALLEY, DUnlap 8-3831 
ALTO STRAWBERRY OFFICE 
101 Highway at Belvedere Turnoff 
DUnlap 8-3834 
SAN ANSELMO OFFICE 
747 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., SJL 
GLenwood 3-7819 
IN BEAUTIFUL Santa Cruz, mod­ 
em 3 y ear old 2 b edroom home, 
hardwood floors throughout, lots 
of tile, cab inets, closets, complete 
b ath, insulated. Many other im­ 
provements. Well worth $2,000. 
more than asking price of $8,500. 
FHA financed. Terms. Would ex­ 
change for local property . A. C. 
Eldridge Jones, 566th Food Service 
Sqdn. Hamilton APR., Hamilton, 
California. 


CHOICE 
RESALES! 


LOOK AT THESE BUYS! 
2 b edrooms — oversize garage! 
Marvelous tile kitchen, loaded with 
cupb oards. Tile stall shower, only 
$13,9 00. 
3 b edrooms—2 car garage. Only 
$3,000 cash required. 2 y ears old 
Offer wanted! 


2 b edrooms rustic—2 car garage 
Guest cottage. Excellent condi­ 
tion. Only $12,500. 
MARINERS REALTY 
2 OFFICES AT YOUR SERVICE 
MAIN OFFICE 
Hiway 101 at Strawb erry 
DUnlap 8-3301 
Kentfield, Larkspur office 
1000 Magnolia Ave., GL. 3-3242 


ROSS— $4,000 dn. 
$18,9 50 we can finance the b al­ 
ance, Newly decorated, 2 b drm s. 
den, also 2 b drms on lower level. 
Fireplace, central heat. Level 
lot. Nr. pub lic, parochial schools. 
Sturdy construction. Excellent 
value. 
2 HOUSES $6,000 dn. 
$19 ,500. 
Extraordinary 
value. 
Nearly new 2 stucco homes, 100 
ft. apart. % acre level. 5 rm. 
home, 2 large b drms. Central 
heat, fireplace, PLUS 4 rm cot­ 
tage rented at $85. Income or 
mother-in-law set-up. This is 
hot, see for y ourself. 
Cordone Realty 
. Opp. Depot, San Anselmo 
Call GLenwood 3-5262 ’ 


$16,500 


Unique 2 y ear old home in 
quiet area of San Rafael, 
lovely living room with Ari­ 
zona stone fireplace. Beau­ 
tiful separate dining room 
with glass b rick wall. 
3 
very 
large 
b edrooms, 
2 
b a t hs , parquet floors. At­ 
tractive kitchen with dutch 
door to tree studded patio. 
Wide 85x150 ft. lot. Assume 
execellent GI loan. 
Granlee Realty 
2202 4th St. S.R. GL. 4-2244 
ON THE MIRACLE MILE 


Co unty Wide 


SUN VALLEY 
If y our price range is around $13,- 
500, y ou won’t want to miss this 
neat 2 b edroom home that can b e 
used as a 3. Right close to schools 
and shopping. There is a detached 
garage and also a b asement room. 
50 x 100 lot is level and well land­ 
scaped. Financing can b e arrang- 


HI SCHOOL AREA 
Perhaps y ou prefer this section of 
SAN RAFAEL, then let us show 
y ou this rustic 2 b edroom, full 
dining room home. Neat and 
dean, y ou can get quick occu­ 
pancy as the owners have made 
other commitments. They ’re ask­ 
ing $13,750. 
NEW 
This NEW SAN RAFAEL home 
may only have 2 b edrooms, b ut it’» 
sure a ROOMY home. Built on a 
full concrete slab , floors are hard­ 
wood parquet—large view living- 
dining room, central heat, at­ 
tached 2 car garage. Attractively 
placed on a good sized corner lot, 
close in. PRICED AT $18,700. 
TOP-O-THE-WORLD 
Customed designed and b uilt 3 
b edroom, 2 b ath home. Large liv­ 
ing room with fireplace and floor- 
to-ceiling view windows overlook­ 
ing entire b ay . Separate dining* 
room with French doors to patio. 
Wonderful * kitchen with 
nook, 
central hall plan. U n f i n i s he d 
downstairs area with play room 
and fireplace, maid’s room and 
b ath, and workshop. 2 car attach­ 
ed garage. Over 2200 sq. ft. of 
living area, shake roof, room for 
a pool. Ideal for commuting. See 
this today and choose y our colors. 
$26,000. 


MAYNARD 
REDMOND 


1011 A St.* 
& CO. 
San Rafael 
GL. 4-4353 
Home Plus Income 
Upper 3 b edroom unit, dining 
room, screen porch. Lower one 
b edroom 
unit, 
living 
dining 
room comb ination and enclosed 
porch. Room for dormer apart­ 
ment. Large lot, landscaped, 
fruit trees, convenient location. 
$12,9 50. 
San Rafael 
So Nea r—So Go o d 
$13,500. Lovely 2 b edroom home, 
dinette, tile kitchen, large liv­ 
ing room with fireplace, hard­ 
wood floors throughot. Level lot. 
For Sale Qr Lease 
Building consisting of 3 stores, 
one large, 2 smaller. One small 
one rented. Other two vacant. 
Ideal for offices, lots of park­ 
ing space. 
Manny Charnow 
1116 Fourth St. 
S R. 
GL. 3-1131 


A FINE HOME 
TO LIVE IN 


A pretty family neighb or­ 
hood with an immaculate 3 
b edroom 
house 
close 
to 
schools, shops and b us. A 
large rear patio, a well kept 
front lawn. The house is 
nearly new and in excellent 
condition. The price is very 
fair at $14,750. Terms may 
b e had. Please drive b y 76 
Alameda, San Anselmo and 
phone us for appointment. 
FRANK HOW ARD 
ALLEN 
& SON 
Realtors — Insurance Agents 
Sir Francis Drake Blvd. GL 3-2230 


SACRIFICE 
Artistic, oaks and view. Owner 
moving. $13,650. Ph. owner, GLen­ 
wood 4-1850. 


SAN ANSELMO 
3 b edrm. redwood rustic with de­ 
tached garage and b reezeway . 2 
y rs. old, large level lot. $12,9 50. 
LOTS 
S.R. 85 x 165, 2 b locks to shopping, 
$3,000. 
8.R. 55 x 155, 1 b lock to transpor­ 
tation, $2500. 
S.A. 1 acre site, can b e divided 
into two lots. $4500. 
CROKER & CO. 
228 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 8A . 
PH. GLENWOOD 3-9 350 
SMART modem motel apartments 
rented y early . Will exchange for 
Marin property . Income or resi 
dential. Up to $28,000. Contact 
owner, S. F. QRay stone 4-6636. 
Ross-4 Bedrms. 


This home is in a pléasant area 
of Ross, and in immaculate condi­ 
tion. Bedrms. are large with walk- 
in closets. 2 rile b aths, exception­ 
ally spacious living room. Roomy , 
sunny kitchen with large b reak­ 
fast area. Level lot with trees, 
convenient to schools, shopping, 
b us. Good home for a family 
$31.500. 


BIG upslope lot near downtown San 
Rafael, $3000. Eastern exposure, 
view, oaks, 100-ft. frontage on city 
street. Charming privacy and de­ 
sirab le location for duplex or fine 
home. GLenwood 
»r dupli 
4 - 4 9 64. 


CLYDE J. BARNWELL 
REALTOR 
, 
1016 B ST., SAN RAFEL 
40 y ears real estate experience 
Every deal handled personally 
GL 4-0611 or GL 3-59 9 6 
Ho me a nd Inco me 
Two modern 4 room units, close in, 
garages, fireplaces. $4,000 down. 
New Ra nch Ho mes 
Rustic setting — several 3 b edroom 
homes to choose from. $5,000 down. 
Lo x ide Ho mes 
3 b edroom sturdy red cedar ranch 
homes, b uilt on y our lot, $11,500 
or — b uild it y ourself for $6,000. 
ASK FOR MR. MERO 
Phone GLenwood 3-8083 
Ma rsha ll L. Smith 
115 Woodland Ave., at Irwin 


Mill Valley 


$1500 DOWN 
Small 1 b edroom house, 2 dens. 
Newly redecorated, Sunny , picture 
windows, Mt. Tamalpais view, 
BBQ, large lot nicely landscaped, 
vacant. Guest house, possib le in­ 
come. No garage. Suitab le adults 
near hiker’s club s. $11,9 50. DUnlap 
8-4527. _______________ 
R E D W O O D house, large living 
room, fireplace, kitchen BBQ, 2 
b edrooms, hardwood floors. Near 
school, s hop p i n g, b us. $14,500. 
Terms. Builder, Dunlap 8-4382. 


JAMES A. ORR 
POST OFFICE BLDG. . 
— GLenwood 3-831« 


LYNN BARR REALTY. 
105 Tib uró n Hiway , DU. 8-2452 
County Wide l eal Estate Service 
MULTIPLE REALTORS—NOTARY 


BRAND new 4 b edrm. home, 2lk 
b aths, large kitchen, 
plenty of 
cab inet 
space. 
Central 
heat, 
b eautiful view, completed b y a 
b uilder who knows how to b uild 
quality homes. $25,500. 
E. A. BRAUER 
MULTIPLE REALTOR 
LARK THEATER BUILDING 
FH. LARKSPUR 9 14-W. 


Cnn Bmêmmà 
¿¡Hin ICÖiCMpI 
H 
fa d Estafa For Saie 


SAN R AFAEL MEADOWS 
3 bedroom», 1& bath», 3 car gar­ 
age, fireplace, central heat, hard­ 
wood floors, weatherstripped and 
insulated. This erne year old home 
is a splendid buy at $15,350. GLen- 
wood 4-4500. 


flOVOTO 


DdMiNlCAN A R lA 
375 Locust Avenue 
Just completed one floor ranch 
type house with 190 ft frontage 
of level lot and patio, built-in 
BBQ. This beautiful California 
home has 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, 
maid’s room, dining room, break­ 
fast 
nook, electric 
dishwasher, 
$36,500. W ill i -iance to suit. GL. 
4-1697 
HEAR scho o l. 2 plus bedrooms. In­ 
sula tio n, Venetia n blinds, screens, 
and many built-ins. Level fenced 
lot. Dead-end street. Open Sun­ 
day. 7 Fcho Place. Owner, GLen- 
wood 3-2233. 


$ BEDR OOM house, 1% baths, huge 
living room with fireplace and two 
5 T x 9 ' 4" plate glass windows, 
dining room, kitchen, large utility 
room and garage on well terraced 
Ibk acre lot with panoramic view 
of Bay. 31 Chula Vista, San .R a­ 
fael. GLenwood 3-6229. 
SECLUDED one bedroom cottage on 
large sloping lot in San R afael, 
close to school. 
Large sleeping 
porch, 
all 
furniture 
included. 
Asking 13750. Monthly payments 
Only $500 down, GLenwood 
$60 
3-9212. 
COMMER CIAL level 60 x 100 lot, 
close in, make offer. Also 30 x 60 
concrete block building for lease. 
Independent Journal Bor. 441. 
HIGH SCHOOL D LSW lCTr2 LOTS 
R EADY TO BUILD . M A G N IFI­ 
CENT V IEW , $2500 EACH, BOTH 
FOR $4500. 
PHONE SAN R A- 
FAEL, GLENWOOp 3-9592. 
2 .Bedrooms 
Rumpus Room 
2 Baihs 
Redwood Rustic 


Modernistic rustic home near San 
R afael 
High 
School. 
Beautiful 
view through large plate glass 
windows. Sonoma stone fireplace, 
large kitchen and breakfast rook. 
R umpus room. 14 x 40 with '¿xtra 
fireplace. Lots of storage 
and 
workshop Space. One car garage 
W 
“ " * 
tu. iis jio . 
This home is priced to 


Atwell Realty 
836 4TH S T . SAN R AFAEL 
PHONE GLENWOOD 4-4481 


BU ILD ER AND OWNER 
R educed to $11,250, year old,fozy 
well* built 2 bedroom home, aide- 
wall shingles, attached garage. 
Hardwood floors. Tile in bam. 
Double tile sink in kitchen. In ­ 
laid linoleum. GLeiiwood 3-7084. 


<11,750 
Very attractive 2 bedrm. heme: new­ 
ly painted inside and out. 
At­ 
tached 
girage, 
sundeck 
Con­ 
venient location. Level lo:, $3 0CO 
will handle. 


$13,1,750 
Modern 2 bedrm. home on west 5th 
street, S. R . 
Patio, fruit trees, 
attached garage. Excellent finan­ 
cing. $17,950. 


$17,950 
Winship Park, R oss. This lovely old­ 
er home. 3 bedrms., Vk baths, 
beautifully landscaped back and 
front yard, plus full sire patio, 
dining room. 
This is one you 
should really see. We consider it 
a very fine listing. 


Marvelous Marin R ealty Co. 
1314 4TH ST., SAN R A FA EL 
PHONE GLenwood 4-0674 
OPEN SUNDAYS 


Son Anselmo 


SPAN ISH style. 3 bedrooms, living 
room, separate full sized dining 
room, tile kitchen and bath, % 
bath off kitchen. 
Knotty pine 
summer kitchen down stairs. 
2 
car garage. 
Nice yard, arbor, 
S 
itio. 
248 San Francisco Blvd. 
Lenwood 4-4856. 


$14,000 
By owner. 3 bedroom home. Deck 
*4l living-dining room and kitch­ 
en. Built-in storage walls. En­ 
closed garden lor children pub­ 
lished in “Sunset.” Walking dis­ 
tance to grammar, high schools 
and bus. Large basement. GLen­ 
wood 3-8662. 
FD R sale by owner. 2 large sloping 
lots, close in Wade Thomas School 
District. 324 Laurel Ave., inspect 
and make offer. GLenwood 3-0405. 
4 BEDR OOM home, 3 elevated. 
Good lo c a tio n . Level. Asking 
$18,500 Owner GLenwood 3-4513 
or 3-1091. 


HAVE YOU A 
LAR GE‘FAMILY? 


See this 5 bedroom home 


On a double level lot, 2 
blocks from San Anselmo 
shopping and bus. 
This 
nice old home has been 
completely dedecorated, in 
and out, and modernized. 
New foundations, new heat- 
ting, 3 bedrooms, one bath- 
up. 2 and bath down. Huge 
living room, large separate 
dining 
room, 
sun 
room, 
oversized kitchen. BBQ in 
rear, privacy, nice oaks in 
front A good buy at $21,- 
600. 


FR ANK HOWAR D 
ALLEN 
& SON 
R ealtors — Insurance Agents 
Sir Francia Drake Blvd. GL. 3-2230 


Mornìngsìde Court 
Offer By Owner 
Custom built home 6 rooms 1% 
baths, large unfinished rumpus 
Central 
room. Two car garage, 
hall plan with ranch type lira- 
bilty. 
Many 
special 
features. 
Patio and grounds you will ap­ 
preciate. Large comer lot. Open 
for inspection Saturday and Sun­ 
day. 54 Brookside Drive just off 
Broadmore. Asking price $25.000. 
W ell financed. 
Brokers invited. 
Phone GL. 4-4840 or 3-1718. 
ACR EAGE 
best district oaks, view, 
All or part. 
Qwm 


BEA U TIFU L country site. Approxi­ 
mate 2 acres. 24 full bearing wal­ 
nut trees. Best part Novato. No 
brokers. Phone Nov. 940-J. R oute 
1 Box 451. 
3 BEDR OOM HOME 
New 3 bedrm. hoipe, large lot, 
tile sink and bath, picture win­ 
dows, large living room and din­ 
ing room, fireplace. Attached 
garage. $14,250. Terms. 


SMALL FAR M 
Large level lot 62x175 feet, fruit 
trees, bearing walnut trees, ber­ 
ries, 3 large rooms, some work 
needed to complete home. $4250. 
$2250 down payment. 


Gl R ESALE 
New 3 bedrm. ho me, la rg e lev el 
lo t, a tta ched garage, ha rdwo o d 
floors, lawn, shrubs, dra pes, Ve­ 
netia n blinds, price $12,300. As­ 
sume la rg e G l lo a n, $1800 do wn 
payment. 


18— Reel Estate Far Sat* 


Tamalpab Vaflay 


4 R OOM hUMd, home, nie« view, 
¿ ¡ S i i ' *W00' Phone DUnUp 


Tiburón 


INCOME property of 3 apartments 
plus, fine manne view, dose to 
everything, always rented. $15,000. 
WM. E. DOUD & CO. 
Tiburón Highway v OE 6-4716 


13r m*mmrngmmm B ti##* 
n u M K in n if f i 


$3500. 
FU LL prie». . R ustic cot­ 
tage bwflt in 1947. Shower. Near 
North Wood clubhouse, Guerne- 
ville. 
Mabelle 
Culpepper, 
512 
Magnolia Avenue. Larkspur 634-J. 
Kentfield 


KHUTTE R EALTY 
101 Hiway 
N EXT TO DR UG STO R E 
PHONE NOVATO 280-R 


2 ACR ES of level land with 5 room 
home, tank house, garage, and 
workshop. Well and pressure sys­ 
tem. Fruit trees of all kinds. Lo­ 
cated on west side of Novato. No­ 
vato 818-R. 
G. I. resale. Year old two bedroom 
house with double 
garage 
at­ 
tached. 
R edwood front, fenced 
back yard, patio and many extras. 
Owner 
transferring. 
26 
Boule­ 
vard Terrace, Novato 310-R. 
G. I. resale, by owner, 3 bedroom 
home, large level lot, ideal for 
children. 
Many 
extras, 
$2,500 
down. , Novato 334-J. 
FAR M, one acre, well built house, 
large new barn in rear, $13,750. By 
owner, Call Novato 959-Y. 
TR AN SFER R ED M UST SELL 
New 3 bedroom house GI\resale, 
by owner. Attached garage, pic­ 
ture 
windows, Venetian 
blinds, 
nice level lawn. Novate 345-M. 


VILLA ANITA 


NEW 3 BEDR M. HOMES 


$600 Dn. To Veis 
PLUS CLOSING 


Corner Center & Diablo 
Novato 


J. L. NoVak, Owner-Builder 


Ph. Novato 221-R ^ 


DANDY small furnished 3 bedroom 
older home, 2 blks. to town. Must 
»ell, make offer.. Asking $8450, 
$1900 down. 
BR EEN & CO. GL. 3-3551 


BE SUR E YOU SEE R IDGEWOOD 
2 and 3 bedroom quality homes. 
FABLE FAR M R EALTY 
1212 Grant Ave. 
Phone 157-Y 


$440 Dn. To Veis 
PLUS CLOSING 
$67.71 Per Month 
POPULAR TERRACE 
3 BEDR OOM HOMES 


Turn R ight Maison Marin 
John L. Novak 
Owner-Builder 
Phone Novato 221-R 


Perachiotti R ealty 
101 Highway next to Bus Depot 
Comer Grant 
PHONE NOVATO 189-R 


Fairfax 


BY OWNER 
5 room furnished house; 3 blocks 
from bus and shops. $6800. Low 
down payment, owner will finance 
balance. 61 Taylor Drive, Fairfax. 
GLenwood 3-4973- 
"TR IPLEX" 
2 yrs. old, 3 modem units. Each 
with one bedrm. kitchen and din­ 
ette. Garage space for 2 cars plus 
storage. Monthly income $197.50. 
Purchase 
price 
$18,500. 
Good 
terms. 


$1500 DOWN 
Don’t miss this 3 bedrm. home on 
2 terraced lota. Spacious patio, 
lots of fruit and vegetables. Own­ 
er will finance. Asking $10,000. 


$4500 
Well constructed 4 room cottage 
with fireplace. On a hillside lot 
Must sell to close estate. 
C. R. DeWITT 
Fairfax Ph. GLenwood 4-4692 
Serving This Community fot Over 
Quarter of Century 
Cari H. Yeager 
M U LTIPLE R EALTOR 
65 Broadway - Fairfax - G L 3-4919 


Larkspur 


PER FEC T home for retired couple. 
2 
bedrms.. 
desirable 
location. 
Fireplace, hardwood floors, close 
in. 
Patio. 
Court 
sale. 
Cash 
price $12,500. 


Locust at Ward St., 2 bedrms., with 
sunroom 
Level, zoned lor busi­ 
ness. 
$12.500. 
Terms. 


4 bedrm. home, large family should 
see this. $13,500. Good terms.! 


MABELLE CULPEPPER 
R EALTO R M U LTIPLE SER VIC E 
LA R KSPU R 634-J 
OW NER moving. Must sell. Charm­ 
ing 2 bedroom home. Large liv­ 
ing room, hardwood floors. Fire­ 
p la c e .T U t bath. S s r g lev^ 
sunny lot, Call Mr, Kldh, Glam- 
* °°d <-03», d .y, or eyntap. 


Km » W n ru liii. 


VER Y desirable, sunny approximate 
s2 acre in Kent Woodlands. Price 
includes contour map and approv­ 
ed plans for redwood, ■ 
■ 
borne. gSLeawood 3-3267. 


GR AND OLD ESTATE 
IN KENT WOODLANDS 


This fine 2 acre estate has 
been in the same family for 
generations. A large home 
surrounded by old elms and 
conifers. Built in the early 
70’s for one of Marin’s first 
families. The house consists 
of 
6 
large 
bedrooms, 
4 
baths, grand dining room, 
huge, living room with tre­ 
mendous 
fireplace, 
large 
kitchen, and servant’s quar­ 
ters. Master suite on second 
floor. Condition of building 
fair, but will need extensive 
modernization and remodel­ 
ing. R oom for pool, and 
Siest cottage. Fine view of 
t Tamafpais, well kept 
garden. Level close Jn set­ 
ting. Price $35,000. 


gajji riti ai ara mm ttfc jhuHl mÉi b i ina mÊm sear 
lelilí W HKS 


Poultry Market 
R i heart ofjrosÿ street. R eal 


‘ M 
* 
maker. Well 
Jr JF«Ç3Cs 
ÉiËAA 
4$ EwVT#* 


tal money 
low rent, 
quick sale 


Here's your opportunity. Long es­ 
tablished. 
Shews good returns. 
Garden Supplies 


Price is less than equipment. In ­ 
quire and make an offer. 
Fix II Shop 
It’s ft natural for mechanically in­ 
clined person. A small business 
that offers an exceptional income. 
Low rent, good lease, and busy 
location. Price $2,030 plus stock, 
Manny Charnow 
1116 Fourth St., S R . GL. 3-1131 


ITS JUM PING! ITS ALlVE! 
BfeST BAR IN SAN R AFAEL 
Large gross — long, low ¿ease 
100% location. Long eat. Always a 
money maker. 
MAYNAR D 
REDMOND 
& CO. 
1011 A St. San R afael, GL. 4-4353 
y 


23— Loans 


FR ANK HOWAR D 
A L L E N 
& SON 
R ealtors — Insurance Agents 
Sir Francis Drake Blvd. G L 3-2230 


R AM BLING ranch type home, 3 
bedrooms, on* sun flooded acre. 
Glassed-in lanai. Beautiful red­ 
wood grove with cottage. BBQ. 
Fruit trees, landscaping and fenc­ 
ing complete. 2 years old. Price 
reduced. Phone owner, GLenwood 
4-0511. 
ftEN T Woodlands, choice lot, up- 
slope with bench. $3500. 3 blocks 
to bus. Mabelle Culpepper, Lark­ 
spur 634-J. 


Santa Rota 


HUR R Y ON THIS ONE 
M UST SELL LEAVIN G 
10 ACR E R ANCH 
R ANCHER S, horsemen, Investors, 
take this pleasant 45 minute drive 
from San R afael and look this op­ 
portunity and bargain over. Only 
5 miles S.E. of Santa R osa, beaut­ 
ies! 


R ESER V E FINANCE PLAN 
2052 4th St., San R afael Miracle Mile 
Loans on Autos, Furniture, Salary 
Hrs. 9-5. Friday 9-6, eves, by appt. 
W. J. DECKER . Mgr. GL. 4-4963 
■ ■ ■ M M M M M aM n aM M aM M 
25 
Rani Estate Wanted 


You get ACTION when you list 
your property for sale with 
ER WIN V. HOLTON 
924 B St., San R afael 
GLenwood 3-8124 
HAVE $3,000 cash, would like to in­ 
vest in some kind of property. 
What have you to offer? 
Write 
Independent Journal, Box 450, 
W E are respectable family consist­ 
ing of mother and father, 2 big 
children, 1 toddler, a collie dog, 
black cat, 2 ducks and 1 Bantam 
rooster. We are desperately need­ 
ing « home. Have a hillside lot in 
R oss and a property on R olinas 
Mesa to trade as down payment. 
Any suggestions welcome. Please 
phone us, GLenwood 3-7832. 
PR IVA TE 
party. 
Modern ‘ranch 
bedroo 
style 3 bedroom, 1% bath. Large 
level lot. Close to schools, north­ 
ern Marin. No agency. Lombard 
4-9317, 
DO YOU DESIR E 
the highest possible price 
for your property ? 7 7 


THEN CALL A 
“ Live Wire Lindskog" 
San Anselmo Office 
747 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
GL. 3-7819, evenings GL. 3-8321 


26— -Houses For Rent 


FUR N ISH ED 


W ILL share attractive home with 
refined couple. Automatic washer. 
Television available. Phone GLen­ 
wood 4-3724 before 9 am. or after 
5 p.m. 


iful valley setting, all level, fines' 
soil, raise anything. Small home 
all modern conveniences, garage- 
storage 18 x 33, new 14 x 100 build­ 
ing never used, ideal for poultry. 
or calf raising, 70 ft. pressure well i 
test 1000 gallons per hour; cost 
$609. Land surrounding leased by 
oil companies, mineral rights in­ 
cluded, Comparable to anything 
this close in at $11,000 or more. 
To go at $8,950 with $3,000 down. 
$50 on balance. Put your shrinking 
$ into something tangible that will 
return 8 to 9 %. Owner 4610 Sny­ 
der Lane, inquire directions Signal 
Station in Cotati. 


FUR N ISH ED 5 room house. 
315 
Greenfield Ave., San Anselmo. 
NOVATO—comfortable 2 
bedroom 
home. 
Close 
to 
town. 
Nice 
neighborhood. $90. Novato 123-J. 


LAR GE new home, 6 A wooded 
warehouse 3 miles. $20,000 down. 
1145 Brush Creek R oad, Santa 
R osa. 


Cert* Madera 


CHAPMAN Meadows. Picturesque 
2 bedrm. redwood home fireplace, 
level, VA% loan. Open to offer. 
MAR BELLE CULPEPPER 
R EALTO R M U LTIPLE SER V IC E 
LA R KKSPU R 634-J 


Santa Venetia 


G J. R ESALE, 4%. 2 bedroom home, 
newly decorated. Close to trans­ 
portation, shopping. Vacant. Price 
$12,000. 
Inquire 
at 
Fleming’s 
Mobile Service Station, 47 North 
San Pedro R oad, Santa Venetia. 


18-A— Incorna Property 
Income Plus 
Sixteen room DOWNTOWN SAN 
R A FA EL income producing prop­ 
erty in excellent condition. Owners 
are 
buying a 
motel so have 
PR IC ED this property FO R A 
FAST SALE. PR ESEN T INCOME 
OVER $300 a MONTH IN ADDI­ 
TION TO SEVEN R OOMS FO R 
THE OW NER ’S OWN USE. The 
furniture in the rented portion is 
included in the sale price. What’s 
more, the 90x180 lot is a NAT­ 
UR AL FO R BU ILD IN G ADDI­ 
TIONAL UNITS on the Street 
frontage. 
PR ICED FOR QUICK 
SA LE AT $27,000. I I ■ ■ 
MAYNAR D 
R EDMOND 
& CO. 
1011 A St., San R afael GL. 4-4353 


21— Red Estofo Exchange 


BEA U TIFU L nearly new ranch type 
home on 8 acres near Santa Cruz. 
Double garage, breezeway, build­ 
ing for guest house, year round 
creek. Dry mountain climate yet 
only 12 minutes from beach at 
Capitols.. By owner—never listed. 
Appraised value $25,009. W ill sell 
or exchange for Marin county 
home or income. Also excellent 
Chinchilla stock available if de­ 
sired, Phone San%a Cruz 2-J or 
write M. V.. Waldron, 5280 Old 
Santa Jose R oad, Santa Cruz. 


22..B«si»ess Opportunities 


TH E Hamilton Air Forée B»se Ex- 
change is accepting bids for the 
operation of a laundry service on 
a concession basis. AU bids must 
reach the exchange office no later 
than 5 pjn. 26 August; 1952. For 
further information call GLen- 
GR OCER Y Store, $2000 plus inven- 
tory. Beer & Wine license. Gross 
approximately $3000 per month. 
Fixtures — 8 ft. del case-frozen 
food cabinet, soft drink box. Cash 
register, living quarters. 964 R ed­ 
wood Highway, Alto m 


IN D EL MESA 
For lease for 1 year, fully furnished 
3 bedroom. 2 bath home. Centrally 
located. Wonderful' view. Phone 
GLenwood 3-6343. 
W ILL share home rent free to air­ 
force couple in exchange for car­ 
ing for children. Call for inter­ 
view between 10 a.m. and 12 noon 
daily. 177-J Ignacio. 
3 R<3o m s furnished, bath, electric 
range, electric water heater, fuel 
oU heater, reasonable. Lagunitas. 
GLenwood 3-8752. 
ONE bedroom stucco cottage, nicely 
furnished, on highway north of 
San R afael. Suitable for two, no 
children or pets. R ent includes all 
utilities. 
W ill be vacant August 
15th. Call GLenwood 3-4578 after 
5:30 p. m. 
2 BEDR OOM home, Fairfax. Close 
to transportation. 
1 year lease, 
$90. Older child welcome. GLen­ 
wood 3-8767. 
$90 MONTH. R oss. 4 room furnish- 
ed cottage. No chUdren or pets. 
Phone GL, 3-1976. 
ALTA M IR A HOTEL. Finest l£y- 
view rooms and garden cottages. 
Dining room and cocktail lounge. 
Daily and weekly rates. Phone 
Sausalito 166. 


UNFUR NISHED 


NEW studio cottage. 2 large rooms 
and ^tiled bath, large closets & 
built: in wardrobe, stove and re­ 
frigerator. 
Ideal 
for 
employed 
couple or single person. No pets. 7 
R oble Court, San Anselmo. 
MODER N duplex, one bedroom, tile 
kitchen, large living room, sun- 
deck, fireplace, garage. 1428 Nye 
Street, San R afael. $90. Larkspur 
351-M. 
SM ALL house for rent. 
$50. 
326 
Auburn S t, Ban R afael. 
Phone 
GL. 1-3088. 


27— Apfet. For Rent 
flHMHMMMnMHMMMMMMMhB 
FUR N ISHED 


$55 MONTHLY. Bedroom, kitchen, 
bath, serviceman, and wife. Close 
in. Inquire 101. First Street, San 
R afael. 
FOR rent in Novato to couple. 
3 
room furnished apartment. 
$65 
month including 
utilities. 
Call 
weekends only. 1737 Center R oad. 
2 R OOM partly furnished, excep­ 
tionally clean apartment in M ill 
Valley. Stove, refrigerator. Garage. 
$55. R ural, yet close. S.F. PR os- 
pect 5-1281. 
MODER N clean 4 room apartment. 
Water frontage. Fish off your own 
wharf. Bayside acres. GL. 3-2039. 
3^R OOMS newly furnished or can 
have unfurnished. Close in. Park­ 
ing, garden space. See Saturday. 
185 Woodland Ave., San R afael. 
2 - TWO bedrooms. Furnished-un­ 
furnished. Convenient. $67.50 - $8<3. 
Breath-taking 
view, 
GLenwood 
4-2844. 95 Live Oak, Fairfax, 
PATIO APAR TM ENTS 
Beautifully decorated. Every con­ 
venience available. Laundromats 
dryers. Close in. Adults only. R ent 
reasonable. Shown by appoint­ 
ment only, GLenwood 3-1706. 
G UEST house, f u r n is h e d . R oss 
estate. 2 rooms, patio deck, garage. 
For single person of discriminat­ 
ing taste. GLenwood 3-706^ eve- 
m 
EXbrook 2-1584 days. 
nings, 
SÜNNY■ a p a r t m e n t for 
couple. 821 Fifth St., San 
Large room and kitchenette 


eri 


COZY furnished studio cottage dose 
in M ill VaUey. Suitable single 


27— Apt«. For Root 


g p s * « « » 
$50 - $53. 2 rooms, also cottage. 
View, trees. Secluded. 52 Millard, 
near Madrone-OUve, Larkspur. 
m rrnddM ~~ 
Finpiiàï. 
Utilities furnished. On bus line, 
No children or pets. Phone GLen­ 
wood 3-8553. 
M ILL” ’Valley, $106 -brand new, 4 


31— Wantod To Roat 


W ITH option to buy, small house or 


liveable. GL. 3-5948 after 6:00 p.m, 
3 BEDR OOM unfurnished house— 
or partly furnished by Sept. 5. 
Near Catholic school for boys, 
ages 9 and 7. R eferences. 
Phone 
M 
Asbury 3-7628. 
--TT-— I "I .... I ..... . 
room duplex with view. 15 min- _ _ 
utm to titg. 143 Cariotta Circle, ONE year or 
more, 3 
bedroom 
Strawberry 
Knolls. 
D U n l a p 
house, furnished or unfurnished. 
8-4188. 
| 
near grammar school or school 
P R IV A T E ~ ri^ rir furnished apart- 
bus stop. Swimming pool if pos- 
I ment $60. Utilities included. Lin­ 
coln Avenue, San, R afael, GLen- 
wood 3-3213. 
MODERN studio a pa rtment, dô së 
in. Suitable employed couple, San 
R afael. GLenwood 3-1376. 
3 R OOM guest house, garage, aun- 
deck, flagstone patio,-all electric, 
2 persons only. $90. San R afael, 
GLenwood 4-0303. 
I i ■ 


GLenwood 
side, nice grounds. 
3-3187. 
G fl^ M Sfresid en ts of SarTR äfiel 


Monday, Aug. 18. 1952 
I I 
34— Can Far Sola 


1961 M ER CUR Y MonUrty. Leather 
upholstery. 169 Terrace Ave„ San 
R afael, 


1949 PONTIAC convertible. Needs 
work. $65. Buick car radio. Good 
condition $20. 78 Wreden Avenue, 
Fairfax. GLenwood 3-6200. 
m r m m x 


desire to lease 2 bedroom unfur­ 
nished home in San R afael. Ex­ 
cellent r e f e r e n c e s . GLenwood 
4-2926. 
R ESPÖNÖifelJE fam ily need~s~~3~or 
4 bedrooms unfurnished. Prefer 


UNFUR NISHED 


1 3 R OOM, kitchen stove, $65 per 
month. 1 2 room, kitchen, stove, 
$45 per month. No children. Tele- 
• >ne DU 8-2246. 
• new, 2 bedrm. apt. 
w n 
I 
Level. 
Children welcome. 
Ma- 
belle Culpepper, Larkspur 634-J. 
$ 125^-BR AND new, 3 bedroom du­ 
plex with garage and view. 
15 
minutes to 
city., 143 
Carlotta 
Circle, Strawberry Knolls. DUn- 
lap 8-4186. 
___________ 
FA IR FA X, bedroom, kitchen, break/ 
fast nook, sleeping porch, tile 
bath, garage, laundry $60. Newly 
renovated. GLenwood 4-2067. 
3 R OOM apartment near bus stop, 
shopping district. Yard and 
trees if desired. Newly painted. 
R ent reasonable. Phone GLen­ 
wood 3-3643. 
HEW 5 room Junior flat, $85. Owner 
on premises Saturday, 215 Belle 
Ave., San R afael. 1 block from 
High School. 
7R OSS APAR TMENTS 
1118 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
Kentfield 
New 1-2 bedroom unfurnished apart­ 
ments. Electric, stove, refrigerator, 
garbage 
disposal, 
kitchen 
fan, 
master TV antenna, individual 
sundecks, hot water heat. Auto­ 
matic washing machines and dry­ 
ers. Local and commute buses 1 
block — shopping 3 blocks. Year 
lease $100-3110 f bedroom. $125 2 
bedroom. 
MODEL APAR TM ENT OPEN 
D A ILY 1-8 P.M. 
LEASIN G AGENT, BR EEN & CO. 
Tel. Gl. 3-3551, Gl. 4-3132. Gl. 3-6575 
STUDIÒ Apt.; downtown San An­ 
selmo. Ideal for 1 or 2, without 
auto. $65 a month. 749-A Sir Fran­ 
cis Drake. 
R OOM duplex Water and gar- 
bage included. $75. Call GL. 3-1523 
after 8 p.m. * 
______________ 
4 R OOM duplex. Level, close in, 
fireplace, stove, refrigerator, gar- 
a 
:e. Modernized, excellent con- 
tlon. Call G L 3-6533. 
A T T R A C T I V E 
. 
s 
_ apartments near 
business district. Parking, electric 
stove 
and 
refrigerator, 
phone 
GLenwood 4-4040 days, GLenwood 
•3051 evenings. 
SM ALL 
apartment 
suitable 
for 
couple. $61.50 includes water. Close 
in. 970 
San Anselmo Avenue, 
GLenwood 4-3448. 
E a u R EL APAR TM ENTS] 1 bed­ 
room, modem. Utilities, garage. In 
town, 205 Laurel Place, San R a- 
fael. GL. 3-7223. ________________ 
Ca r G E sunny 3 room apartment 
with stove, refrigerator,’ garage. 
Storage and laundry. Apply Apt. 
2, 839 Sir Francis Drake, San 
Anselmo. 
LAR GE 3 room apartment with 
stove, refrigerator, garage, storage, 
laundry, close to town. $95. GLen­ 
wood 4-3712, GLenwood 3-0304. 
BR AND 
1 new 1 and 2 bedroom aparf- 
ments. 3 blocks center San R afael. 
Stove, refrigerator, laundry, park­ 
ing. Child welcome. GL. 3-0070. 


28— Rooms For Rant 


N ICE comfortable front room. Light 
housekeeping. 
Near 
transporta­ 
tion. 
714 Mission, San R afael. 
V ÊR ŸTarge sunnjyroom with kitciT- 
en privileges. 2jKocks bus depot, 
San R afael. GLenwood 3-8486. 
Ce n t r a l l y looted room ira-A 
Fourth Street, San R afael. GL. 
4-2883. 
FUR N ISH ED room in private home. 
Downtown San Anselmo, GLen­ 
wood 3-2686. 
EAR GE sunny furnished rooms, sin­ 
gles and doubles, with kitchen 
privileges. 901 Mission, San R afael. 
R OOM with kitchen and laundry 
privUeges. % block H St. Tele­ 
phone Bldg. Woman only. 137 West 
West End Ave., San R afael/ 
IsfiCE large front room. Hot and cold 
water, and heat. Near everything. 
633 Fifth Ave., San R afael. 
GOOD home, execefient location, 
lovely surroundings. Front room. 
K i t c h e n , 
laundry 
privileges. 
Couple or lady. GLenwood 4-1507. 


28»B— Homes For Aged 


VACANCY, Mt. View Home For The 
Aged. Attendant day and night. 
Pleasant surroundings, good home 
cooking. GLenwood 3-4188. 
C5ÜNTTrŸ~hôme for invalids/con^ 
valescents or children. Mrs. Laura 
Bento. Phone Pt. R eyes 10-W, 


29— Room And Board 


BOAR D and room, by week or 
month. R easonable rates. GLen* 
wood 3-5341._____________ 
$T7J50 AND up. SinglesT\mTdoubles. 
Private adj. bath. Home cooking 
for working people. The Lodge. 
GLenwood 3-9945. 


29-A— Child Cara 


W ILL care for children after school 
for working mothers. Across the 
street from St. R aphaels school. 
Call GL. 4-3051. 
Ch il d care dayor night. Licensed, 
trained and experienced. R eason­ 
able rates. 
Fenced yard, large 
home. 
Corte Madera 876-R. 
V ^ K Lir5 ?~S o n th ly " 5 5 1 * ® 
R afael licensed home. GLenwood 
3-8993, 
CHILD care by mother with child. 
W ell balanced meals. Fenced yard. 
Corte Madera 221-W. 
ATTENTIOT~working parents. San 
Geronimo, 
Lagunitas, 
F o r e s t 
Knolls, Day Care. Licensed Wood- 
mera 
home. 
Close 
supervision. 
GLenr ood 3-2494. 


29-B— Hotels 


ALTA MIR A HOTEL 
Magnificent Bay View 
Cocktail Lounge 
Private Banquet R oom for Group * 
and Organization Lunches 
Dinners - Special Occasions 
126 Harrison 
Sausalito 166 
R OOMS 
-........................ 


seclusion. About $100. Call Glen- 
wood 4-4124._______ ____________ 
SM ALL house or apartment unfur- 
nished. Anytime to September 1st. 
¡^adults. Independent-Journa! Box 


ATT OR NE Y~ a ridff a m ily desire 2 or 
3 bedroom unfurnished apart 
ment, house, or flat. Sausalito 
548-W . I 
folßS/iurm shed apartmentTpreíñ* 
with garage, M.V., CM., Larkspur; 
couple; call GL. 3-0443. 
fcOUPLE, both teachers, desire un- 
f u r n i s h e d two bedroom house, 
yard, San R afael, San Anselmo. 
No pets or children. GL. 3-6588. 
WOMAN teacher w affi unfurnished 
roomy apartment as soon as pos­ 
sible. Independent - Journal Box 
443. 
M ATUR E 
woman 
desires 
living 
accommodations. 
Quiet, privacy, 
view. Moderate rent. Write Miss 
Hughes, 31 Wlldomar, M ill Valley. 
TAMALPAfs^High School teacher, 
9 year son, unfurnished house, 
apartment between M ill Valley, 
San Anselmo. D. A. Volandri, 175 
W. Alameda Street, M a n t e c a , 
California. 


32 — Miscellaneous For Rant 


ONE room downtown San R afael 
office for rent. $35 per month. 
Call GL# 3-8510. 
FOR R ent: Lot in commercial dis 
trict. San Anselmo, Phone GLen 
wood 4-3373. 
FOR 


with or without bath/R ea 
sonable price. CAR M EL HOTEL, 
830 B Street, San R afael Phone 
GLenwood 3-7974. _______________ 
Ro o m s with private bath. Also 
orner rooms gì per 
J K l 720 B 
Phon» 
íael* 


R EN T/ 607 Francisco "B iv i, 
25x60 commercial building. 4 year 
lease can be assumed. $125 per 
month. Phone HEmlock 1-0379. 
PR OFESSIONAL 
Or business offices. Downtown 
Fourth street, San R afael. Park­ 
ing and reception service avail­ 
able. Phone GLenwood 4-4632 or 
GLenwood 4-0741. 
O FFIC E for "rent. Also refrigerated 
Space 
and 
dry storage 
space. 
Available in part or whole. Excel­ 
lent set-up for distributor. Apply 
at Marin County Ice Co., 1556 
Fourth St., San R afael. 
SEWING MACHINES 
FOR R ENT 
Free 
pickup 
and delivery. $5 
month. Singer Sewing Machine 
Co., 1235 4th St. San R afael. 
NEW Store 731 Sir Francis Drake, 
San Anselmo, lease $40 per month. 
GLenwood 3-1963. 


34— Cars For Sala 


Buy Your 


^ 
— four door 
sedán. 
Owner la servi». $400. Larkspur 


1Ó4Í BU IC K “c ö iiw Ä 
« desired. Good buy. DUnlap 
8*1839. 


*81 motor. A-l condition. GLen­ 
wood 3-7014. 


LOTS 
Of 
■ y * 
USED CARS 
2 
Locations 


Open Sundays 


* 9 
TA K E 
A 
LOOK! 


MAR VISTA'S 


Anniversary Sale 


. 
Éfc.7 i 
WmU 


I 


100 CARS 


ALL M AKES AND MO0KL6 
LOW EST PR IC ES 
LOW EST TER M S 
V IS IT OUR SHOW R OOMS NOW 


W , J» BELL 
1828 4TH ST., SAN R A FA IL 
806 S IR PHANCIS DR AKE 
O PPO SITE DR AKE MKT. 
SAN ANSELMO 


51 CADILLAC 
Model 82, 4 door sedan, beautiful 
two-tone green. Solex glass, fully 
equipped. 
WiU 
accept 
trade. 
Phone Belvedere, GEneva 5-0252. 
BU IC k 39, 4 door "sedan, “S’*. Fine 
mechanically. 
Good tires. 
Seat 
covers. 
Heater. 
Complete over­ 
haul. 
New brakes, battery etc. 
which alone cost 8225 last October. 
See and drive this bargain at 
$195. 
Phone owner GL. 4-4832 
evenings and weekend». 
1937 OLDS sedan. 
ClesE 
Looks 


C e S llM W .* 000' * m - ° 0rt* 
OLDS. 1949 R ocket 'Sfcan vtrilU e. 
49W nuukcii m convcruDiP 
R adio and heater. WhitewaU tires. 
Hydro. Perfect. $1795. GLenwood 
4-2708. 


34.B— Core Wontad 
Sell 


YOUR CAR TO 
MAR VISTA MOTORS 


W E PAY TH E H IG H EST PR IC ES. 
OUT OF STATE CAR S CLEAR ED. 
EQ U ITY’S BOUGHT. NO DELAY 


3 Stores to Serve You 
MAR VISTA MOTORS 


A-l 
6,000 miles or 6 mo. 
(Copyrighted 
Guaranteed 
Used Car 


from the 
BISSEST LOT IN MAR IN 
4th St., Op. Telephone Co. 
DOHEMANN 
MOTOR CO. 
SAN R AFAEL 
FO R YOUR CONVENIENCE 
W E AR E 
Open Evenings Till 9 p.m. 
W ITH TH E EXCEPTIO N OP 
SATUR DAY BUT W E AR E OPEN 


Sundays from 11 to 3 


25 YEAR S A 
FOR D DEALER 


1*48 (F IR S T "s0 ld lñ ’40) Pontiac 
convertible. Hydramatic, low mile­ 
age, A-l mechanical condition, 
good rubber, all extras, immacu- 
. late 
throughout. 
$1245. 
Phone 
GLenwood 3-1040, or after 6 pm. 
GLenwood 3-8755. 
1947 BEA U TIFU L black Cadillac, 82 
model. R adio, heater, cxeeuant 
condition. Perfect interi». Low 
mileage. GLenwood 4-0448. 
1949 M ER CUR Y club coupe. Good 
condition; R adio, heater, over­ 
drive, fender pants. 2 tone brown. 
$1450. GLenwood 3-3848 after 6 
P-m. ■ ■ ■ , ^ ¡r 
| 
1947 BU IC K convertible — extreme­ 
ly good condition. W ill trade my 
equity for ’40 - ’41 Ford, Chevro­ 
let, etc. DUnlap 8-0550 days, DUn- 
lap 8-0445 aftgr 6:30 pm. 
FOR D ’51 Country Squire station 
wagon. Fordomatic, radio, heater. 
9100 miles. $2250. No trades. 
GLenwood 3-7679. 
F O R D , 1941 coupe, r 
h, full 
chrome dash, pipes, skirts, etc. 
Good condition. Call GLenwood 


“48 PACKAR D convertiBle. Abso- 
lutelv lovely from every angle. AH 
the extras. 14 Foss Avenue, San 
Anselmo. GL. 4-4336, mornings 
only 
1948 OLD8M OBILB 98, aU extras, 
including white sidewalls, deluxe 
radio 
and 
heater, 
hydromatic 
shift, etc.; never damaged; $200 
under blue book; private party. 
DU. 8-5600, 
_____________ ___ 
‘36 DESOTO sedan. Ail around” good 
condition. 
Clean transportation, 
$140. Phone Sausalito 202, or 140. 
1941 OLÖS sedan. R uns and !<¿ks 
good. $395. GLenwood 4-3928. 
41 M ER CUR Y iudor, radio, heater 
■$375. 
Nations 
R ichfield 
Service Station, 35 Corte Madera, 
clean, 


BY owner — 1934 Chev. Coupe/in 
excellent running condition, $75. 
65 Lotnita Drive, Alto near M ill 
V&Iiey. 


i w 
m 


LINCOLN M ER CUR Y 
812 4th Bt. 1880 4th S t. 819 4th St. 
OFEN »VER Y^D AY INCLUDING 


» A. M. TO » » .M . 


TOP PR IC ES 
CASH AT ONCE 
FO R YOUR USED CAR 
PAID FO R OR NOT 


DOHEMANN MOTOR CO. 
San R afael 


W E NEED USED CAR S 
Highest cash paid. Out of state cars 
cleared. 
MAR IN AUTO SALES 
1428 4TH ST., SAN R AFAEL 
N EXT TO P. 0 .8) E. 
50 Low Priced Cars 
’3« Nash Ambas., 4-dr. sed. „$ 1 3 8 
*87 Oldsmobile, club coupe 
99 
’40 Plymouth, Dlx., 2-dr. sed. 
183 
’39 Oldsmobile, 4-dr. sedan 
196 
*21 Plymouth Deluxe, Bus. cpe. ^ 158 
’39 Oldsmobüe 6, 2-dr. sed. 
232 
’39 Stude. Com., 4-dr. sed. ___ 191 
*41 Pontiac Torpe, dlx. 4-dr. sed. 199 
’40 Studebaker, 2-dr. sedan 
186 
177 
294 
245 
98 
395 
149 
363 


Special, 4-dr. sedan _ 
*38 Cev. Deluxe, coupe 
..... 
’41 Chev. Super Dlx., 2-dr. sed. 
*39 Chrysler, 2-dr. sedan ____ 
’48 Crosley, Station Wagon ... i. ____ 
’41 DeSoto Custom, club coupe - 398 
’40 Dodge, 4-door sedan ____ 293 
’41 Dodge Custom, 4-dr. sedan . 366 
’39 Dodge, 4-dr. sedan ----------- 242 
’39 Ford, 2-dr. sedan .....________267 
’41 Ford Deluxe, 2-dr. sedan 
296 
’42 Oldsmobile 78, club sedan .... 398 
4 
W illys panel 
____________ 928 
47 Pontiac 2 door _________ 
892 
47 Packard Clipper, 4 door— « 758 
39 Buick, 4 door __________ 108 
32 Dodge panel truck_________ 78 


Î* 


52 Lincoln Cosmo, sedan * 
51 Cudtlac 62 4 dr. ttdan / 
51 Mercury Sport Sedan 
51 Ford Victoria 
51 Chevrolet 2 door sedan 
51 Mercury sport court 
51 Studebaker sedan V-t „ 
51 Chevrolet Bel Air 
51 Plymouth club coupe 
51 Oldsmoble Holiday 9 S 
51 Ford 2 door custom 
51 Nash R ambler convert* 
51 Ford station wagon 
51 Plymouth bus. eoupo 
51 Oldsmobile 88 sedan 
51 Lincoln sport coupa 
51 Ford Crest 2 dr. sedan 
SI Hudson Hornat Hollywd 
51 Lincoln sadan Cosmo.. 
51 Buick Super convertible 
50 Ford sedan V-8 
50 Studebaker Chmp. sed. 
50 Buick Special 4 door 
50 Nash Super 600 
50 Mercury fourdor sedan 
50 Chevrolet Bel Air 
50 Buick Super fourdor 
50 Oldsmobile Holiday 98 
50 Hudson Pacemaker 
50 DeSoto sport coupe 
50 Buick R oadmaster sod* 
50 Oldmobilo convt. 98 
50 Ford 2 door deluxe 
50 Mercury club coupe 
50 Lincoln Cosmo, sedan 
49 Pontiac sedan 8 . 
49 Ford Custom coupe 
49 Oldsmobile 98 sedan 
49 Lincoln sport sedan 
49 Oldsmobile 98 tudor 
49 Buick Super sedan 
49 Pontiac fourdor sedan 
49 Chrysler Windsor sedan 
49 Austin fourdor sedan 
49 Dodge fourdor sedan 
49 Packard Clipper sedan 
49 Ford Custom sedan 
48 DeSoto club coupe 
48 Lincoln Club coupe 
48 Oldsmobile 66 club cpe* 
48 Chevrolet convertible 
48 Pontiac station wagon 
47 Mercury convertible 
47 Oldsmobile convertible 
47 Buick sedanette 
47 Plymouth 5 pass, coupe 
47 Buick sedan 
47 Chevrolet fourdor sed. 
47 Plymouth fourdor sedan 
47 Lincoln sport coupe 
46 Oldsmobile sedenot 76 
46 Ford Custom sedan 


74 MONTHS OR MOR E ON MOST 
CAR S 


3 Stores To Serve You 


38 Ford 2 door 
139 
HIL PROBERT 
MOTORS 
Phon. LAR KSPUR 650 
OPEN EVENIN GS AND SUNDAY^ 
1947 0ESOTO custom 4 door sed&n. 
R adio and heater..Excellent con­ 
dition. 
Make 
offer. 
GLenwood 
4-4687. 
1950 
O LDSM OBILE 
economy 
J, 
standard shift, white walls, 28,000 
miles. R easonable. CaU DUnlap 
- 8-9957, 9 to 5. 


1952 NASH 
AUTOMOBILES 
Terrific 
Trad. In Allowance 


W E'VE Thrown 
th. book away 


30 Months to pay 
ONLY 25% Down 


COM PLETE LIN E OF 
USED CAR S 
Johnson - Nash 
im 4th S t - GLenwood 4-4610 
San R afael, Calif. 


34.B~~Trölters 


80’ 1948 GENER AL with tandem 
wheel, 
Good eoaidition. 
$1400. 
fNiUsalito 1278J< 


’ 


Mar Visla Motors 
LINCOLN MER CUR Y 


812 4TH ST. 
1560 4TH ST. 
519 4TH STR EET 


OPEN EV ER Y DAY INCLUDING 
SUNDAY 
9 AM 
TO 9 P M. 


1947 PACKAR D sedan, commextkiP ^ 
ly used. Best o ff» takes. See Wil- 
son, 911 Tarqalpals, 8an R afael, 
1942 M ER CUR Y 4 door sedan, ¿pod -A 
tires, 
$150. 
4-4671. 
Phone 
GLenwood 


34> A— Trucks 


’41 CHEV pick-up, A-l mechanical 
condition. 
Fair 
rubber, 
$171. 
Phone GLenwood 4-2866. _______ 
1950— 
ton Dodge 6 yd/Dum p/I 
speed transmission, 2 speed axle. 
1668 Center R d., Novato. Novato 
283-M. 
1941 
CHEVR OLET walk-in van, 
reasonable. GL. 3-0782. 9 a. m. - 
5 pjn. 


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way 99, Corte Madera, space 
S. R . Field. 
New tiros, running 
water, Ice box, doubde bed ana 
davano 
(without 
new 
davano 
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for Chrysler product $35. 
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38 th Drake 
Pilg rimag e 
Satu rd ay 


Rally ing it* members fo r its an« 
nual Pilgrimage to Drake’s bay , the 
Sir Francis Drake asso ciatio n has 
issued inv itatio ns fo r that ev ent fo r 
Saturday at 2 p. m. when special 
o bserv ance o f the landing o f Sir 
Francis Drake o n the Cal fo mia 
co ast will be held. 
Speaker will be Mrs. J ames Car« 
rather* o f Lo ndo n, fo rmer Liberal 
member o f Parliament and o ne o f 
the earliest wo rkers fo r labo r in 
England. 
The Pilgrimage, 
inaugurated 33 
y ears ago by Bisho p William Nicho ls 
o f the Episco pal Dio cese o f Cali­ 
fo rnia, co mmemo rates the ho lding by 
Sir Francis Drake o f the first Eng­ 
lish religio us serv ices In this part 
o f the wo rld. 
WIDE RANGE OF SERVICE 
Mrs. Carruthers, this y ear’s speak­ 
er, kno wn thro ugho ut England as 
Vio let Markham, has had a wide 
range o f public serv ice. Her o ffices 
hav e been as div erse as may o r o f 
Chesterfield and deputy co mmis­ 
sio ner o f public assistance and Can­ 
adian representativ e o n the go v ern­ 
ing bo dy o f the Internatio nal Labo r 
Office, a po st to which she was ap­ 
po inted by her 
life-lo ng 
friend, 
Canada’s late Prime Minister Mac- 
Kenzie King. 
In the first Wo rld War she was 
deputy directo r o f the natio nal ser­ 
v ice and in the seco nd Wo rld War, 
in co mpany with Dame Flo rence 
Hanco ck, she presented to 
Labo r 
Minister Ernest Bev in a repo rt o n 
the o rganizatio n o f do mestic wo rk 
which led to the setting up o f the 
Institute o f Ho mewo rkers. Mrs. Gar­ 
ni thers presided o v er the Adv iso ry 
Co uncil in that first effo rt to ward 
raising the wo rking standard fo r 
do mestics. 
NOT A ‘FEMINIST* 
Despite her successful public car­ 
eer Mrs. Carruthers was no t a fem­ 
inist in the day s o f the struggle fo r 
suffrage in Britain but o ppo sed it. 
She changed her o pinio n under 
stress o f war, ho wev er, and in 1918, 
in the first electio n after the en 
franchisement o f wo men in Eng­ 
land, she sto o d fo r Parliament as 
the Liberal candidate fo r Chester­ 
field. She was a member o f tho se 
earliest Trade Bo ards set up as a 
result o f agitatio n against “ sweat 
sho ps.** She dev o ted y ears to wo rk 
fo r ill-treated, ill-paid facto ry wo rk­ 
ers In England. 
She is autho r o f a standard v o l­ 
ume o n the Ro manesque architec 
ture o f France. 
The public has been inv ited to 
hear Mrs. Carruthers at the Sir 
Prancis Drake Pilgrimage o n Sat­ 
urday . 


TAKES STAFF TRAINING — 
Maj. Frank I. Fo rd J r., Marine 
Reserv e o fficer 
and 
fo rmer 
member o f the First Marine 
div isio n during Wo rld War H, 
is taking adv anced amphibio us 
staff training at the tro o p train­ 
ing unit in Co ro nado . A public 
acco untant with o ffices in San 
Francisco , Maj. Fo rd and his 
family Hiv e at 19 6 5-A Fifth 
av enue, San Rafael. The Co ro ­ 
nado pro gram lasts two weeks. 
(Marine Co rps pho to .) 


Kennel Club 
Sets Date For 
Its Dog Show 


“ Calling aU do gs’* is the all-po ints 
bulletin sent o ut this week by the 
Marin No rth Bay Kennel Club, 
which is preparing the fifteenth aU- 
breed do g sho w to be held at Albert 
Field o n September 7. 
Entries are no w being accepted 
by the sho w superintendent, Ber­ 
nice Behrendt, 518 Tay lo r street, 
San 
Francisco 
(Pho ne: 
Ordway 
3-0327). Entry deadline is August 23. 
Applicatio n blanks may be o btained 
at all lo cal pet sho ps. 
The o ne day unbenched sho w will 
be held under American Kennel Club 
rules with an o utstanding list o f 
judges. 
In additio n to the regular prizes, 
tro phies will be o ffered this y ear fo r 
do gs in aU lo cal classes. Further in­ 
fo rmatio n may be o btained fro m the 
club secretary , Irene Ward at 56 
J ersey ro ad, San Anselx no (Glen- 
wo o d 4-18 41). 


Open New 
No v ato 
Bu ild in g 


One o f the mo st mo dem dental 
buildings in Marin co unty will be 
ready fo r o ccupancy this week with 
the co mpletio n o f the $20,000 struc­ 
ture being erected in No v ato fo r Dr. 
Sidney Kersfco n o n Grant av enue, the 
rapidly ex panding business and pro ­ 
fessio nal district. 
The co mpletely air-co nditio ned o f­ 
fices will co nsist o f fo ur dental o p­ 
erating ro o ms, a reco v ery ro o m, 
labo rato ry , X-ray dev elo ping ro o m, 
o ffices fo r bo th dentist and nurse, a 
waiting ro o m, and is so undpro o fed 
thro ugho ut. 
Deigned by architect Llo y d Ras­ 
mussen the ultra-mo dem structure 
is planned fo r the utmo st in effi­ 
ciency and co mfo rt. The mo st mo d 
era dental equipment will be install­ 
ed, as well as facilities fo r all ty pes 
o f anaesthesia including nitro us o x 
Ide gas and so dium penatho l. 
Co nstructed by R. C. Briggs, No ­ 
v ato builder, it co v ers 1,400 square 
feet in a 23 by 62 fo o t space and 
is built primarily o f redwo o d with 
ex tensiv e use o f glass. 
The building is deco rated inside 
and o ut in a so ft grey to ne with 
co ral do o rs and co ral trim. The ex ­ 
terio r is further embellished by 
natural sto ne in the patio and o n 
the fro nt "wall. Fo r « he entertainment 
o f y o ur patients, a go ld fish tank is 
being installed in the waiting ro o m. 
Since he came to No v ato two and 
o ne half y ears ago , Dr. Kersto n has 
been o ccupy ing o ffices in the Pini 
building. Prio r to that he was o n 


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EARTHQUAKE MAKES ZI G-ZAG COTTON ROWS 
One o f the results o f last mo nth's sev ere 
earthquakes are these zig-zag ro ws o f co tto n 
at Arv in, 9 0 miles no rthwest o f Lo s Angeles. 
The rancher, J . W. Bo ehm, figures the gro und 
shifted as much as six feet. His ro ws are so 


badly twisted he do ubts he. can irrigate 
pro perly ev en when his bro ken cement irriga­ 
tio n pipe is replaced at a co st o f $50,000. 
Other ranches hav e similar damage. 
(AP Wirepho to ) 


14 
Mo n d ay , Aug, 1 8 , * 48 1 
Merchants To Underwrite 
Yule Decorations In Novato 
Christmas deco ratio ns fo r No v ato ’s 
Grant av enue business district seem 
assured as co ntributio ns fro m lo cal 
merchants co ntinue to ro ll in to the 
chamber o f co mmerce which is 
spo nso ring the iho v e. 
Mel Hampto n, the chairman o f 
the Christmas deco ratio n co mmit­ 
tee repo rted at a recent meeting o f 
the chamber that mo re than $400 
has been receiv ed already by the 
co mmittee. He stated that the ty pe 
o f deco ratio ns to be used wo uld de­ 
pend o n the amo unt o f cash co n­ 
tributed by lo cal businessmen. 


Tight Up Sky' 
First Play 
In Sausalito 
“ Light Up the Sky ,” Mo ss Hart’s 
Bro adway hit, will be the first pro ­ 
ductio n o f the Sausalito Little Thea­ 
tre’s 1952-53 seaso n. It will be pre­ 
sented in Octo ber. 
New o fficers o f the little theatre 
gro up decided Wednesday night 
that a theatre wo rksho p wo uld be 
held during No v ember to present 
three o ne-act play s. 
J o hn King was appo inted chair­ 
man o f a co mmittee to select 
a 
directo r fo r “ Light Up the Sky .” 
Names o f co mmitte chairmen and 
members were also anno unced. 
Marge Bro ughto n will be chair­ 
man o f the membership co mmittee 
which win launch a driv e fo r new 
members this mo nth. 
Ev ely n McAninch will be chair­ 
man o f the publicity co mmittee, as­ 
sisted by Richard Gump and Eu­ 
gene Burns. 
J o e Scanlo n is play reading chair­ 
man. Co mmitteemen are Virginia 
King, Mary J ane Wellingto n, Bo b 
O’Leary and Agnes Gump. 
Mary 
Spring is bo x o ffice chairman and 
Mary J ane Baird is in charge o f the 
. scrapbo o k. 
Officers fo r the y ear are Bo b Ro g­ 
ers, president; 
Kay Kring, v ice 
president; Phy Uis Lo gan, business 
secretary ; Earl Tho mpso n, treas­ 
urer; Sally Hettrich, secretary . 
On the bo ard o f directo rs are 
NataUe Beckett, J o bn King, Oliv e 
Scanlo n, Marge Bro ughto n, Agnes 
Gump, Kay Bartho lo mew, Milto n 
Very , J ack SUckney , Charles Liv ­ 
ingsto n and Co tto n McAninch. 


Woman To Die For 
Poison Slaying 


MONTGOMERY, Ala., (/P)—Mur­ 
derer’s ro w at Kilby Priso n—which 
few wo men hav e ev er ev en seen 
has a curtained cell in readiness fo r 
o ne scheduled to die there Spt. 26. 
Grim, impassiv e Mi's. Earle Den­ 
niso n, a 54-y ear-o ld nurse co nv ict­ 
ed at Wetumpka Saturday fo r the 
po iso n slay ing o f her 3-y ear-o ld 
niece, is ex pected to be transferred 
there to day . 
The law requires the Alabama 
Supreme Co urt to rev iew her sen­ 
tence. 
Because the priso n has no facili­ 
ties fo r co ndemned wo men, War­ 
den C. P. Bufo rd picked a special 
cell and draped it with curtains to 
insure “ priv acy .” 


the staff o f a San Francisco ho spital 
as an o ral surgeo n. 


Air Force Aid 
Gets $5,000 From 
Hamilton Field 
Almo st $5,000 has been co ntribut­ 
ed by Hamilto n Air Fo rce Base per­ 
so nnel to the membership driv e o f 
the Air Fo rce Aid so ciety . Altho ugh 
the driv e ended last week funds arc 
still being submitted by field o r­ 
ganizatio ns and it is ex pected that 
the final sum will go o v er the $5,000 
mark. 
The 2346 th AFROTC squadro n 
led the list o f co ntributing units 
with 82 per cent mo re than its quo ta 
o n the basis o f percentage o f per­ 
so nnel participatio n. The largest 
co ntributio n o f funds was made by 
Fo urth Air Fo rce headquarters with 
$481. 
The Air Fo rce Aid so ciety assists 
serv ice men and their dependents 
with their perso nal pro blems, edu­ 
catio n o f their children, and makes 
emergency lo ans and grants o f 
funds. 


Co ffee is mo re than twice as 
po pular a UB. bev erage to day as 
it was 40 y ears ago . Americans no w 
co nsume abo ut 18 po unds per y ear. 
In 1910 the av erage annual per 
capita co nsumptio n was 7.6 po unds. 


Trustees Of Three 
Ross Valley School 
Districts Meet 
Regular meeting o f the trustees 
o f Kentfield 
Elementary 
Scho o l 
district will be held this ev ening at 
7:30 at Adeline E. Kent scho o l. 
Meeting o f the trustees o f Fair­ 
fax district will be held to mo rro w 
at 7:45 p. m., at Fairfax scho o l. 
On Wednesday trustees o f 
San 
Anselmo district will meet at 7:45 
p. m., at Bro o kside scho o l. 


The larger shrimp-like animals 
o ften are kno wn as prawns. 


Psychological Warfare Post 
Is 'Game Of Musical Chairs' 


By DONALD J . GONZALES 
WASHINGTON 0J.R) — Leadership 
o f the natio n’s Psy cho lo gical Strate­ 
gy bo ard has turned o ut to be a 
game o f musical chairs. • 
President Truman created the 
bo ard 14 mo nths ago . Since then, it 
has had two directo rs, a third has 
just been appo inted, and a fo urth 
change may co me after inaugura­ 
tio n day nex t J anuary 20. 
Impo rtance o f psy cho lo gical war­ 
fare in the co ld war and lack o f 
liaiso n between v ario us go v ernment 
agencies wo rking at it was re­ 
spo nsible fo r the president’s decisio n 
to set up the strategy bo ard. 
The Natio nal Security co uncil, 
Central InteUigence, and Mutual Se­ 
curity agencies, Army , Nav y , Air 
Fo rce, and State department all 
hav e phy cho lo gical warfare func­ 
tio ns. 
On J une 20, 1951, Truman estab­ 
lished the new bo ard to co o rdinate 
and guide “ o v erall natio nal psy cho ­ 
lo gical o bjectiv es, po licies and pro 
grams’* o f the v ario us agencies. 
A directo r’s jo b pay ing $16,000 a 
y ear was created, and the President 
and his aides started searching fo r a 
man to take the po st. 
SCARED OFF ASPIRANTS 
But the pro spect o f try ing to weld 
the v ario us agencies into still an­ 
o ther with fairly limited autho rity 
scared away sev eral candidates. The 
inside wo rd at the time was that the 
pride o f each agency in its psy cho ­ 
lo gical wo rk and ideas made a new 
“ Po to mac riv er battle” certain. 
Truman finally persuaded fo rmer 
Army Secretary Go rdo n Gray to 
take the jo b. Gray wo rked hard and 
successfully at iro ning o ut inter­ 
departmental riv alries, but he re­ 
signed after a few mo nths. 
The search fo r ano ther bo ard di­ 
recto r unco v ered Dr. Ray mo nd B. 
Allen, fo rmer president o f the Uni­ 
v ersity o f Washingto n. Allen to o k 
the jo b last J anuary 2 o n co nditio n 
he wo uld be released after a 
“ limited duratio n.** 
KIRK TAKES OVER 
The White Ho use said last week 
that Allen wo uld step o ut abo ut 
September 15. Truman anno unced 


appo intment o f Adm. Alan G. Kirk, 
fo rmer U. S. Ambassado r to the So ­ 
v iet Unio n, as AUen’s successo r. Of­ 
ficials watching these changes po int 
o ut that stUl ano ther president may 
appo int ano ther bo ard directo r af­ 
ter J anuary 20, 1953. 
The bo ard is co mpo sed o f the un­ 
dersecretary o f state, the deputy 
secretary b t defense, the directo r o f 
Central InteUigence, and representa­ 
tiv es o f o ther agencies. It meets with 
its directo r at a fo rmal meeting o nce 
a mo nth. Members also hav e in­ 
fo rmal luncheo n meetings abo ut 
o nce a week. Day to day wo rk is 
handled by the directo r and a staff 
o f fewer than 70 peo ple plus ex ­ 
perts who dro p in fro m the v ario us 
agencies. 
The flurry o f changes has caused 
so me co ncern amo ng ex perts who 
believ e the co ld war may be wo n o r 
lo st o n psy cho lo gical rather than 
military fro nts. The So v iet Unio n 
wages psy cho lo gical warfare inten­ 
siv ely to spread do ubts and fears in 
the no n-Red wo rld. 
STRUGGLE FOR MINDS 
U. S. ex perts regard mo dern psy ­ 
cho lo gical warfare as a science. 
They caU it the “ struggle fo r men’s 
minds.” Its weapo ns include such 
things as po sters, pamphlets, and a 
ho st o f clandestine o peratio ns. 
Inside the go v ernment, the psy 


22 Escape Injury 
When Bus Leaves Road 
HANCOCK, Md. (/P)—Twenty -two 
passengers, mo st o f them sleeping, 
escaped serio us injury early y ester­ 
day when a Blue Ridge Lines bus 
left the ro ad and smashed into a 
po wer po le. 
Only o ne passenger, 
Frank 
L. 
Benefield, 45, o f Washingto n, re­ 
quired ho spitalizatio n. 


cho lo gical campaign is talked abo ut 
as “ white, gray , o r black.” “ White” 
wo rk is o pen and abo v e bo ard. 
“ Gray ” is o perated under v ague 
spo nso rship witho ut a natio nal label. 
The “ black” ty pe co v ers rumo r cam­ 
paigns, printed material distributed 
o v erseas by lo cal gro ups as their o wn 
pro duct, and o ther sub ro sa o pera­ 
tio ns. 
Ko rea has pro v ided a v aluable 
testing gro und fo r U. S. effo rts to 
catch up with Co mmunist strategy 
in psy cho lo gical warfare. These ef­ 
fo rts are based o n general po licies 
wo rked o ut by the psy cho lo gical 
strategy bo ard and'put into effect 
by the military . 


Angel Island Day 
Picnic Sunday 


.Greatest picnic in the histo ry o f 
the Bay Area will be held Sunday , 
September 21, when the Angel Is­ 
land Fo undatio n and the Pacific 
Maritime academy , with 25 allied 
o rganizatio ns will stage an Angel 
Island day . 
Fo r the seco nd time in the past 
100 y ears, the island will be o pened 
to the general public. Fro m 1850 to 
1945 the island was used by the U. 
S. go v ernment and therefo re was 
no t av ailable fo r public use. 
15,000 perso ns are ex pected to 
v isit the island at this time. Trans­ 
po rtatio n will be made av ailable 
fro m Sausalito and Tiburo n. 


Hampto n reco mmended that the 
deco ratio ns be rented rather than 
purchased. He po inted o ut that if 
the y ule trims are rented the pro b­ 
lem o f sto ring the deco ratio ns until 
nex t y ear with the attendant ex­ 
pense o f insurance and sto rage 
charges, wo uld be av o ided. 
He also stated that a rental ar­ 
rangement wo uld enable the co m­ 
munity to hav e new and different 
deco ratio ns each y ear whereas if 
o rnaments were purchased they 
wo uld be used repeatedly fo r many 
y ears to co me witho ut much 
varia­ 
tio n. 
Rental co mpanies pro v ide insur­ 
ance against injury caused by fall­ 
ing deco ratio ns he stated thereby 
pro tecting the co mmunity against 
liability fo r 
any injuries which 
might o ccur. 


Reddy Legion Confab 
NEW YORK. « ►,—The Araarcan 
Legio n’s headquarters staff is in 
to wn to prepare fo r the o rganiza­ 
tio n’s 34th annual co nv entio n start­ 
ing nex t Sunday . 


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2 Marin 
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Residents 
Accidents 
Black Point 


Boy, 4, Struck By Car in M. V.; 


Car Plunges Over Cliff, 2 Killed 
Man Shot On 


Two Marin residents were dead and at least five others were 
injured in automobile accidents over the weekend. 


The dead are four s ear old Richard Harold Novacek of 10$ 
Milirose avenue. Mill Valley, and John Sander Johnson, 27, of 
Golden Gate Trailer Court, San Rafael, 
The injured: 
John Pallack, 7, of 110 Miilrose avenue, Mill Valley, in Ross 
♦General hospital with a crushed 


Deer Trip 


Doug Faulkner Hurt 
As Wife's Rifle 
Accidentally Fires 


Quentin Trial 


Starts Agan 


Courtroom Full 


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Courtroom 
of Marin Superior 
Judge Thomas F. Keating was 
jammed with jurors and spectators 
this morning as the selection of a 
jury to try two Sen Quentin con­ 
victs for murder got under way 
Again. 
A fake start was made a week 
•go when a different panel was 
called but had to be sent home 
when defense attorneys pointed out 
the jurors had not been summoned 
by registered mail. 
AH of today's jurors were called 
to court by registered letters. The 
picking of 13 mm and women to 
try Eugene BurweH, 28» and James 
Alonso Rogers, 22, is expected to 
take most of Use first week of Use 
three-week trial. 
BurweH and Rogers art accused of 
stabbing to death guards Charles 
Wiget and Vera A. Mackin in an 
unsuccessful escape 
attempt on 
January 14. 
Prosecuting the pair will be Dis­ 
trict Attorney Richard M. Sims and 
Chief Deputy District Attorney Wil­ 
liam O. Welssich. Rogers is repre­ 
sented by 5. J. Hugh Allen and 
Walter Freitas of San Rafael. R. J. 
Reynolds and Joim Adams of San 
Francisco wiU defend Burwell. 


Mel Whitaker 
To Leave Tam 
For New Job 
Mel Whitaker, for five years 
chief ranger of Mt. Tamalpais State 
Park, jeaves shortly after noon today 
to take a new position at Columbia 
Historical State Park. He takes his 
wife and three children with him. 
Whitaker, 
who becomes chief 
ranger at Columbia in the Mother 
Lode country, will be replaced on 
Mt. Tamalpais by Henry Sadler. 
* Sadler has just returned from 15 
months duty with the Seabees, Navy 
construction unit, with which he 
served during World War n He has 
been on duty at Newfoundland and 
other outlying construction bases. 
Prior to his return to Seabee duty, 
he served as chief ranger at Falo- 
mar Mountain State Park and most 
recently at Richardson Grove State 
Park. He is at Richardson Grove to­ 
day arranging tor delivery of his 
furniture to his new home on the 
mountain. He is married but has no 
children. 
Whitaker said, “I want to say 
goodbye to all of the people who 
have matte our stay here so enjoy­ 
able. We will miss our many f riends. 
However we like the foothill kind of 
country to which we are going and 
are looking forward to our new as- 
ligament" 


left leg and arms. 
Joan Gie&ler, 15 of 1222 Foothill 
boulevard, Oakland, released from 
Ross General hospital after treat­ 
ment for minor bruises. 
Ruby Pidllo, 17, of 515 Bush 
street, San Francisco, released from 
Marin General after treatment for 
minor knee bruises. 
Olive Squeri» 26, of 1127 Shrader 
street, San Francisco, released ffom 
Marin Genera! after treatment for 
tnWiiw injuries. 
Roland, Hemker Swartz, 39, of 
Letterman hospital, released from 
the Hamilton Base hospital with 
minor injuries*. 
KILLED WHILE PLATING 
Richard Novacek wss killed whQe 
playing with 7-year-old John Pal­ 
lack along Wickam drive in Home­ 
stead Valley when they were hit by 
a car driven by Faygel Liederman 
of 307 Wickam drive, Mill Valley. 
Young Pallack suffered crushed 
tegs and arms. 
Miss Liederman told highway 
patrol officers she was driving in 
low gear down a grade about 3:20 
pun. Saturday when she saw two 
children's toys rolling down hill just 
after she had rourded a curve. She 
cut down her speed so as not to hit 
the toys and at that instant heard 
someone call lor her to stop 
She stopped and then felt a 
bump In the back of the vehicle. 
When she got out, she saw the No­ 
vacek child lying on the road. She 
told officers she did not see the 
children before the accident. High­ 
way patrol officers are investigating 
details of the accident. 
CAR OVER CLIFT 
John J o h n s o n died Saturday 
night when a convertible in which 
he was riding plunged 260 feet over 
an ocean cHff on Highway % eight 
mites north of Jenner. Killed in the 
same crash was Bruce Dell Milter, 
34, of Bar Francisco. Deputy sheriffs 
of Santa Rosa recovered their bod­ 
ies early yesterday from among the 
rocks near the ocean 
Johnson, formerly of Portland, 
had been in San Rafael since Jan­ 
uary of this year and had been 
working as carpenter at the Presi­ 
dio in San Francisco He leaves a 
wife, two children, and his mother, 
Mrs. Maude Martel!, who had a 
trailer at the Golden Gate Trailer 
Court but who has since returned to 
Portland. 
OTHER INJURIES 
The other injuries occurred yes­ 
terday in three separate accidents. 
Roland Swartz was driving south 
over the San Rafael overpass about 
2 am. Sunday when his csr ran 
into the rear of a southbound truck 
operated by Louie Van Hecke of 
San Francisco. 
Swartz told highway patrol offic­ 
ers he doesn't know what happened 
and believed the truck did not have 
rear lights. Officers who investigat­ 
ed said the rear lights were burning 
and gave Swartz a citatio 
for 
speeding without due caution. 
Ruby Picillo and Olive Squeri 
injured Sunday at about 8 


FRAZIER PARK, Kern Coun­ 
ty (/P)-A deer hunter’s wile shot 
him as they walked along a road 
north of here Sunday. 
Sheriffs Sgt. H. B. Miller said 
Douglas Faulkner, 26, of Black 
Point, Marin county, was serious­ 
ly wounded by a .25 .55 slug 
which hit him in the right leg 
between the knee and hip. After 
treatment here, he was taken to 
Mercy hospital, Bakersfield. 
Miller said Mrs. E l e a n o r 
Faulkner couldn’t explain how 
her gun was discharged, but the 
sergeant saiefhe is convinced the 
shooting was accidental. 
Hospital authorities reported 
Faulkner’s condition as fair to­ 
day. He is being treated for a 
smashed hip bone. 


Miller said a game warden 
took the i n j u r e d man into 
Frazier Pa r k for emergency 
aid and he was later transferred 
to the Bakersfield hospital. 
Faulkner is the sob of Novato 
Justice of the Peace and Mrs. 
George C. Faulkner. 


Ballot 
Bond 


Delay Indicated in 


Statement By Bagshow 


* 
' 
There will probably be no bond issue for a civic center or 
courthouse expansion on the November 4 ballot, the chairman of 
Marin’s board of supervisors predicted today. 


Supervisor T. Fred Bagshaw declared at this 
session: 
mornings 


“Regardless of what procedure we use, it will be almost im­ 
possible to get anything on the. . . ballot.” 
1 ' 
" 
" 
4 He made the comment as the 
supervisors opened a hearing on the 
Hallinan Asks 


Truman Brief 


Him On Korea 


DISINTEGRATED 
Odd-Shaped 
Object 
, 
Seen Here 


A flying object, shaped more like 
a sausage than a saucer, was sighted 
over Marin county last night 
It ^appeared—or disintegrated— 
aoon after it war<*ghted by Leo 
Strauss of Bret Harte Hrightl, 8an 
Rafael. 
| i 
Mrs. Strauss told the story today. 
She said her husband, general 
manager 
of 
American 
Building 


Convict Shot In 
Escape Attempt 
CARSON CITY, Nev, (ffj-A 32- 
ymr-ote convict was shot to death 
last night as he tried to overpower 
two guards and escape: from soli­ 
tary confinemnt at the State peni­ 
tentiary here. 
The victim was John Paul Wil­ 
helm, who escape from the prison 
about a month ago and only re­ 
cently was re-captured in Idaho. He 
wu nm nc s 1-1» rtu buntaiy Los Angela 
n t m 
from U i Vegu. 
I Chicago 


were 
pm. when three cars hit bumper to 
bumper about 90 feet south of the 
Corte Madera wye. 
STOPPED FOR SIGNAL 
John James Gallagher of San 
Francisco said he was stopped for a 
traffic signal when his car was hit 
from behind by a car driven by 
(Continued on page 9) 


Maintenance Company in San Fran 
cisco, was working in the garden be­ 
tween 9:30 and 9 :45 last night when 
he saw approaching from the north 
a "very large, blue-white object 
which looked like a carbon arc 
light. 
It was about 50 feet long and 
three to four feet deep.. 
After he saw it, the object swept 
to the easterly direction and went 
out over the bay. There it vanished. 
It seemed to be dropping sparks 
from its under side. It made no 
noise, and could not have been the 
exhause from a jet plane. 
Mrs. Strauss said the family home 
has a broad, sweeping view of the 
area. Her husband telephoned Ham­ 
ilton Air Foret Base, which ques­ 
tioned Strauss about it. 
But there was no public release 
from the base today. 


Skeleton Found 
At Ignacio Site 


TEMPERATURES 
(noon) 
------- 
San Rafael 
Yesterday’s High 
San Rafael -----—-------- 


.75 


San Francisco 
Bakersfield .... 
Sacramento _ 


.89 
.63 
97 
.94 
.85 
.85 


A human skeleton including a 
skull, vertebrae and parte of the 
rest of the body was unearthed yes­ 
terday afternoon about three feet 
underground by an Ignacio man ex­ 
cavating for a cesspool 
Coroner Frank J. Keaton said to­ 
day he believes the skeleton is that 
of an Indian since Indian shells 
were found alongside the bones. The 
skeleton, now in a box contain«* at 
Keaton’s mortuary, will be sent to 
the University of California for ex­ 
amination, 
Benjamín D Fowl» of Route 1, 
Box 19, Ignacio, was excavating for 
a cesspool just off the highway south 
of Hamilton Air Force Base when 
he struck bones about I pm. 


SAN FRANCISCO (UJD—Labor at­ 
torney Vincent Hallinan, Progres­ 
sive party candidate for President, 
today asked that he receive the same 
briefing on military strategy that 
President Truman has granted can­ 
didates Dwight D. Eisenhower and 
Adlai Stevenson. 
Hallinan dispatched a wire to the 
President requesting the briefing qn 
the Korean war in one of his first 
acts since return here after being 
released from McNeil Island federal 
penitentiary. He lives in Ross, 
The ex-convict candidate served 
nearly five months of a six-month 
sentence in prison for contempt of 
court during his defense of left-wing 
longshore leader Barry Bridges. 
“I am in full agreement with the 
grpat majority of the American 
people that the Korean war is futile, 
dangerous end costly, and ffeould be 
brought; to an immediate conclusion 
by a cease fire at the demarcation. 
line already agreed upon,” 
Halil- 
nan said in the wire. 
* v 
ANY GOOD REASONS? 
, 
He asked that Truman fill him In 
on military strategy in order that 
he might determine whether there 
were any unpublished reasons for 
continuing the fighting mi the 
Asiatic peninsula. 
At 4 press conference this morn­ 
ing, Hallinan said he would con­ 
duct an aggressive campaign 
for 
peace and for civil rights. 
He also urged a meeting of what 
he called, the "big powers"—the 
U. S., Prance, England, Russia and 
Red China—around a peace table 
to settle east-west differences and 
call«! for "withdrawal of our arms 
from around the world.” 
Hallinan said the ‘big powers'’ 
meeting would be a step toward 
keeping the world from drifting Into 
a third world war. 
DRIFT TOWARD WAR 
He added that a vote for either 
Democratic or Republican parties 
would be an endorsement of the 
‘'ruinous and destructive policy the 
country is now going through.” 
The Progressive candidate kicks 
off his campaign 
formally 
with 
“peace rallies'1 this week in San 
Francisco and Oakland. 
He then 
leaves on an extended tom-, stop­ 
ping at Los Angeles, Chicago, Phila­ 
delphia and New York. 
Hallfnan said upon arrival here 
yesterday the party needs only 
3*000,000 votes "to put a block in 
the road to war.” 
* — — 
* , »,... . 


Scusatilo Plane Crashes 
Killing San Francisco Man 


public buildings report submitted 
last week by Planning Director 
Mary Robinson Summers. Bagshaw 
said it 14 a “decision important 
enough not to make hastily — but 
not to be unnecessarily delayed.” 
NO ACTION TAKEN 
However, the board took no ac 
tion today because one of its four 
members — George G. Whiteley of 
San Rafael — Is out of the county 
on vacation. Only a brief discussioq 
was held. 
A bond issue for $1350,000 to con­ 
struct two wings on Die 80-year-old 
courthouse in «downtown San Rafael 
has been seriously mentioned by the 
supervisors. The plan to build the 
wings was delayed late in June 
when the San Rafael Chamber of 
Commerce suggested an alternative 
plan to build a civic cent» outride 
the congested center of the city. 
This was referred to the planning 
commission for its suggestions. 
Carl Zoeliner, structural engine­ 
er for the projected courthouse an­ 
nex, said he and architect Clyde 
Trudell had prepared a report on 
the planning commission’s 43-page 
document, it was to be made avail­ 
able later today to the supervisors. 
The board will consider the public 
buildings report again at 11 am. 
next Monday, with Wtad.ey 


A' Sausallto plane, rented to a 
San Francisco plywood salesman, 
crashed Saturday near Auburn, kill­ 
ing the pilot. 
A San Quentin guard narrowly 
missed being the second casualty of 
the crash when he got out of the 
plane just before the takeoff to 
lighten the load. - 
Dead is a man Identified as James 
G. McCurdy, 38, of San Francisco, an 
employee of Associated PlyWood 
Mills. The plane which he was pilot­ 
ing crashed when it was unable to 
gain altitude as it was taking off 


from Lake Combe near Auburn. Mc­ 
Curdy attempted to turn the plane 
back to the lake, but crashed into a 
hill ride. 
His mother, Mrs. Margaret Ray 
McCurdy of Eureka, who has been 
visiting in Europe for the last four 
months will return tomorrow to San 
Francisco to learn that the son* she 
expected to meet was killed. 
San Quentin guard Arthur Fur­ 
ness, 25, reported to sheriffs depu­ 
ties the pair had taken off from 
Commodore Air Service on Richard­ 
son Bay, Sausallto, Saturday mora- 


ing, in the amphibious plane. He 
said he had planned to fly back with 
McCurdy but left the plane at toe 
last minute to lighten it 
Robert Donald Law of the Com­ 
modore service, said yesterday the 
$2300 plane was a total wreck and 
that it was not covered by insurance. 
It was one of four planes operated 
by the firm. 
"It is the first time in the ftee 
years we have been operating that 
we have had a crash like that,” Law 
said. “You can imagine this is a 
pretty grim day for us ” 


BOND ISSUE 
DRIVE FOR 
S.R. STARTS 


The mayor’s committee, seek­ 
ing passage of a $1,040,000 com­ 
munity bond issue in San Rafael 
on October 7, began its finance 
drive today, according to Chair­ 
man J. B. Rice. 


"We need to communicate to 
the voters of San Rafael the 
need for these issues,” Rice said. 
"It is an attempt, at one time, 
to bring the city up to per.** 


Two charter amendments and 
seven bond issues—involving 
drainage, sewers, streets, library 
and city hall additions and new 
fire alarms and a fire sub-sta­ 
tion are on the ballot. 


Bagshaw, Wffittm D. 
Fusselman, and Jam» V. Kehoe 
said they would express their opin­ 
ions at toe Monday session. 
HOW ABOUT NOISE? 
The discussion was lightened to­ 
day by a report from Rolland B. 
Hammond, San Rafael planning 


Rapid Transit 
Needs Survey 
Ordered By Unit 


consultant who assisted Mrs. Sum­ 
mers in toe public buildings report. 
He said he had taken a noise level 
meter — known to radio and tele­ 
vision audiences as an “applause 
meter” — and had survey«! the 
noise of various suggested civic 
rites. 
He said the Freitas ranch rite 
north of San Rafael was toe nois­ 
iest, some three decibels over San 
Quentin wye And all of the Marin 
rites proposed Tan from 70 to go 
decibels, about the same as a nor­ 
mal busy city street. 
San Francisco civic center during 
the rush hour ran about 85 decibels, 
he said. 
IT COST $2,707 
In other matters relating to the 
courthouse and civic center problem, 
toe supervisors: 
1—Received a report on the cost 
of toe public buildings report, total­ 
ing $2,707 32, of which $1,651 was 
Hammond's lee. 
2—Was told by Carmel Booth, 
representing Civic Improvement 
club of San Anselmo, that the or# 
ganization oppetes expansion of the 
courthouse and favors, above other 
sites, toe Freitas ranch. 
3—Were told by Stanley C. Lowry, 
San Rafael Chamber of Commerce 
manager, that the beard of direc­ 
tors wiU meet Wednesday to make 
its r e c o m m e n d a t i o n s on the 
pidileifi» 


Appointed to th e finance 
committee were Clyde A. Stev­ 
ens, Rufus Rhoades, and Joe 
Laraperti. Stanley Lowry, sec- 
retery-mamger of ri» San Ra­ 
fael chamber of commercé, wag 
elected treasurer. 


Should Work Out Pact 
For Sewer, Says Sims 
District Attorney Richard M. Sims 
today informed toe board of super­ 
visors that an agreement should be 
worked out between Meadows De­ 
velopment Company and Almonte 
Sanitary district over future ac­ 
quisition by the district of the Al­ 
monte boulevard sewer line. 
The company is now laying the 
sewer for its new Tsmalpais Valley 
subdivision. 


$5,000 Fund To Plan 
Tiburón Highway Asked 


Marin county would be wise to set 
up a $5,000 fund for planning a 
four-lane highway from Alto to 
Tiburon, toe county planning di­ 
rect» tokl the supervisors today. 
Mary Robinson Summers, the 
planning director, made the recom­ 
mendation in a tetter to the county 
board. 
But toe county doesn’t have the 
money for such a project involving 
the thoroughfare, which is a state 
highway. That was the comment by 
both Chairman T. Fred Bagshaw 
and Supervisor Janies V. Kehoe. 
Mrs. Summers predicted that there 
would be a 200 per cent traffic in­ 
crease in the next 20 years. With 
development of Tiburon peninsula, 
•ho said^toe “poor alignment” of 
the two lane highway wiE-eause 
undue danger and congestion, 
The money would fee used for 
aerial photographs which could be 
fitted into a topographic map, Ih ii 
is by far the cheapest way of sur­ 
veying the peninsula, Mrs, Summers 
claimed. 
Tiburon-Alto highway experienced 
the second greatest increase in traf­ 
fic of any state highway in the en­ 
tire state between 1950 ami 1951. 
In its official publication last De­ 
cember, the state division of high­ 
ways reported that weekday traffic 
had increased 27 per cent and Sun­ 
day traffic 52 percent in the one- 
year period. 
Mrs. Summers noted in her letter 
today that the road would be con­ 
sidered low priority for the state 


highway system as a whole, but 
should be considered high priority 
for Marin county. 
The Deffebach interests, owners of ■ 
much of the peninsula traffic, have J 
urged action on improvement of ritia f 
highway. Mrs. Summers said they; 
have offered to give land for rights- ! 
of-way. 
"Where are we going to get to* 
money?” asked Bagshaw. "After ah« ■ 
it's a state responrihgly,* 
"I don't know ahfeti! that,” re­ 
sponded Mrs. Summers. "But it's mt 
way of enticing them (the state) to 
get something dona about five years 
ahead of time.” 
"Can we entice them without 
money?" asked the chairman 
“It's just a suggestion,” responds s 
ed Die planiiKr. M l suggested fur« 
5Mher that Bagshaw talk to state of- 1 
fldal* about it. The supervisors folk- 
toe letter "under advisement** 


A DEEP FREEZER WINNER SAVS 
‘IT'S ONE THING I DON'T NEED1 


in * * » . 
Ask Stop Sign 
In Greenbrae 


Supervisor William D. Fuaseiman 
said today he will check on a re­ 
quest by Greenbrae residents tor 
erection of a “stop” sign at a re­ 
portedly dangerous intersection to 
the tract. 
A delegation from the subdivis­ 
ion said the sign, stopping Los Car- 
ros drive traffic where it enters Al- 
manor drive, is vital to the safety 
of children. 
The sign has been endorsed by 
Greenbrae Property Owners asso­ 
ciation. 


Supervisors Order Probe Of 
Testimony About Jury Mail 


s u p e r v i s o r s denied this 
wmntim any responsibility tor rite 
mli-cilitot id a murder trial buy 
last week end »D M M riff W ate 
Sehmer tor implying under oeih 
that they warn at fault 
They also ordered a proto of tes­ 
timony fey B ite r and County Clerk 
George S. Jon» made t o t e Judge 
Thomas F. Keating a t e a jury 
anti of 150 had to fea released fee-, 
mom ttoy had been summoned fey 
ordinary t e l toataed of registered 


A jury of 12 waa to hava fee® 
|n fjMM imnn the guilt Of 
* i r 
jur MW——* 
—Kig—“w mm- 
— —1 
OP 
innocoua <4 two Sun Qwotin coa- 
»let* oo tuoi tor the munte et two 


Sclimer arnd last week that an 
"economy" move by tot supervisor- 
in »dering all maS to be processed 
through a postage meter was re- 
spanate for the toto-ap. 
“That was absolutely in error;* 


Mu » t r i a tiTi rrr 
1 4 * 1 1 ’ttMM 
W*% 
'KpW« «¡MMfeVoNBk —* WHS 
supervisor William u . ewtsmnma 
mid today, “We've never ordered a 
stoppage on tending mH jury sum­ 
monses fey registered maJi” 


il» board that if the sheriff's office 
wanted 158 regtet «red letters to 
be sent out, 
would have tofu 
done on request* 
“The board yf-fd lait winter efyyt 


a t i f 
-amh a w AìMk atte m. 
« líM il 4 « á« 
-«mm, ¡m. i-'t . 
au mall waa to te ordüuuy mall ex­ 


cept when especially requested,” 
feeaaM. 
Selimer admitted that his infor­ 
mation about the “economy" move 
wai second-hand, though fee had 
testified to it after the jurors had 
been dismissed. Board Cfe*irw**r> t. 
FTed Bagshaw mildly rebuked him 
toe making «ich assumptions under 


"We've been unjustly subjected to 
a lot cd public criticism tor rids,” 


The board then ordered Diet the 
court records to examinad for a 
word-by-word account of what Seli- 
snar m á Jones arid on the witness 


SAN FRANCISCO (U.PJ-The Bay 
Area Rapid Transit commission said 
today the firm of Deleuw-Cather 
and company has been engaged to 
make a preliminary coordinated 
sdrvey of rapid transportation needs 
in San Francisco and eight other 
bay a m counties. 
The firm has been engaged to 
make the $10JX)0 survey as a basis 
for a request to the next session of 
the state legislature for extension 
of the commission’s hie to Decem­ 
ber, 1955. 
A U. Cohan, the commission’s 
executive secretary, said the survey 
la the first coordinate^ study to be 
made of the bay arm's transit 
needs. 
The commission also will ask foe 
additional appropriation from 
the législature to carry an its work 
It waa crated by the legislature last 
year with a $50.000 appropriation. 
Provision was made for extending 
the copanisfilon tor two years from 
Dee.il, 1953. 


Belvedere Councii 
Sets Budget Meeting 
Special budget meeting of Belve­ 
dere city coundl fg schedtded for 
S p m today in Belvedere commuti* 
ityhalL 


Novato Lions club is building up a fund by selling prize tickets. 
A dhb member approached Paul Ciampi of San Rafael, a 
prominent Lion, and asked him to buy a book of rickets. "Being that 
I am a good Lion, I did,” said Ciampi. He entered the name of his 
firm, the -Marin Produce Company, on the ticket stubs. 4 
Marin Produce Company is one of the largest wholesalers of 
frozen foods in Marin county. 
Came tin» for the awards yesterday, and the name of Marin 
Produce Company was drawn—for a deep freezer. 
Notified of the award rids morning, Ciampi commented: 
“Why, we all have them down here. It’s the one thing I don't 
need. 
“I guess IH have to sell it” 
(For further details, see page 2.) 


Cab Driver Pleads 
Innocent To 
, 
Robbery Charges 
SAN FRANCISCO (£V~In a loud, 
firm voice, cab driver Anthony Ge- 
linl, 44, pleaded “innocent" today of 
charges involving him in a recent 
$20,000 bank robbery here. 
“Do you mean you are pleading 
not guilty?” Federal Judge Michael 
J. Roche asked Gelini. 
“Not guilty,” Gelini repeated. 


Community Fair Closes 


With Awards Of Prizes 


Judge Roche set Gelini’s trial for 
Sept. 22 on three charges — aiding 
and comforting a bank robber as 
accessory after the fact; receiving 
stolen bank funds, and transporting 
$17,000 of the stolen money in a 
wild ride to Reno. 
m 
BASEBALL 


AMERICAN 
New York 
203 m 000-4 10 9 
Boston 
000?. 10 100-2 
5 I 
Raschi M Berra; Trout, 'Benton 
(2) & White, 


A six-day trip to Hawaii and a 
host of other prizes were awarded 
yesterday as the gates closed on the 
second annual Marin Community 
fair and Home Show which attracted 
22,000 visitors in five days. 
Winner of the trip to the islands 
was William Berkheiser of Tiburon. 
His lucky admission ticket number 
won him the grand prize. 
Marin children fared well, also. 
Door prizes donated by the Sen Ra­ 
fael Toy Shop went to Donald Rob­ 
ertson of Corte Madera, Robert 
Troutman of Novato; Sandra Egen- 
berger, Terry Thompson, Shariyn 
Betts, Beverly Horris, ami Dennis 
Dewey of San Rafael; and Edith 
Williams of Inverness, 
Other door prizes were donated by 
the Redwood Sport shop, Lincoln 
Bait- store, Western Sport shop, 


association, Sub-Contractors’ asso­ 
ciation of Northern California, Buzz 
Kilbom Tire service, Ralph E. 
Murphy & Sons, Coca Cola Bottling 
company, Farmers' Insurance group, 
and the Marin Junior Chamber of 
Commerce, sponsor of the fair. 
A home show which drew thou 
«rods of spectators to the gigantic 
big top was co-sponsored by the 
real estate board, the builders’ 
elation, the Gas and Electric Ap- 


sub-contractors’ group. 


Robert Wunder 
Novato, Shot 
Accidentally 


A 26-yea i-old Novato man wag 
sh» in the right shoulder early yes­ 
terday when his 32 calibre rifle ac­ 
cidentally discharged in his car. 
Robert F. Wunder of «07 David­ 
son street was taken to Ban Ra­ 
fael General hospital by police for 
treatment of his wound which waa 
said to he minor. 
Wund» told police the gun went 
off as he drove along Highway 101 
near San Rafael. 


f. 


Almcrants Returns, 
Prepares Agenda 
Mill Valley city manager Alex 
Almcrants returned to bis desk to­ 
day aft» a week vacation in the 
Star lake area of the High Sierra. 
Major item on his agenda is next 
Wednesday night's meeting of MiB 
Valley city council when the city 
budget and the controversial master 
plan proposal come up for f i n a l 
decision. 


Budget Put Off 
___ 
. 
County supervisors today put ©v» 
pliance Dealers' association, and thl until next Monday decision on rim 
1952-53 county budget 


Merit Svstem Canvass 
The Supervisors planned this af­ 
ternoon 
t o 
casi'ass the vote by 
county employees 
m a proposed 


Taveggia-Brasati, P a c i f i c stores, 
Oldham pharmacy, Vossbrink phar­ 
macy, Watson Jewelry store, Caz&s- 
sa's Men's store, Schwarts Brothers, 
Blumenleld theatres, Cass Marin, 
Boyce Department store, Sarrae's, 
Messera’s, Albert's department store, 
C orey's restaurant, Independest- 
Joum&L and Moore's Candies, 
Free ride tickets for 3396 rftiidrpi 
were supplied fey the Marin Counter 
Estate feoard* Marin Builderi’ 


First Come, First Served 


"The first party who answered the ad bought the 
chesterfield and chair,” says Mrs. Wm. Salts of 1595 Clin­ 
ton, San Rafael. "A lot of buyers read Independent Journal 
want ads every night for good buys!” 


Furniture and household goods sell in record time 
through loweost Independent Journal want ads. II you 
haven't tried one, do so this week. If you're listed in the 
directory, simply phone GLenwood 4*3020 or DUnlap 8-2551 
for want ad semce. 


: rL;.\ ’7r ■ 


Snhfpmiintt-iíiiiriia!, Monday, Aug, 18, 1952 
2 
NATIONAL POUT ICS 
Ike Ready For South, 


Adlai Prepares Tour 


Commuters Meet 
To Get Funds 


By The Associated Prsee 


Ths presidential campaign took 
cm a southern accent today, with 
things popping in four Dixits states 
and the Republican nominee eyeing 
prcoect* in that Democratic strong­ 
hold. 
* At JacksoA, Mississippi, Demo­ 
crats were pulling three ways as 
they gathered tor a state conven­ 
tion. One faction hacks Democratic 
presidential nominee Adlai Steven- 
sen, the other is for OOP nominee 
Dwight Eisenhower and the third 
prefers a third-party southerner to 
either. 


In Alabama, the first serious OOP 
threat since 192$ had Democratic 
party leaders whooping it up for 
today's homecoming of Sen. John 
Sparkman, the Democratic nominee 
for vice president. 


| The U.S. Navy’s newest Banshee, twinjet, 
f carrier-based fighter returns to Lambert-St. 
I Louis municipal airport after a routine test 
I flight over the Missouri river. The F2H-5 is 
1 larger than the previous F2H-2 Banshee. It is 


NAVY'S NEWEST 
equipped with the most modern type radar, 
permitting 
accompliihment 
of 
c o m b a t 
missions under all weather conditions. This 
is the first in flight photo of the new jet. 
(NEA Telephoto) 


Children's Art 
Work Shown 


poy Lost In High 
lierra Tells Of 
$even Days Alone 


t SONORA UP) — Brent Bradberry 
&jay told a hair-raising story of 
low he survived seven days alone 
t 


the High Sierra using Boy Scout 
>w-how. 
I The husky Lynnwood Calif., youth, 
m today, walked into a camp Satr 
U s y , a week after he vanished on 
I fishing trip. Amazed doctors here 
a id his physical condition wag per­ 
fect, except for sore feet and bruises. 
»rent had a birthday reunion at 
a. h l today with his father, Wen- 
tl Bradberry, who h*d fust retum- 
, from searching in another seo- 
m of the mountains. They pian- 
to drive later in the day to Los 
ngeles, where the father is an ex- 
utive for Sears Roebuck & Co. 


Prizes Given 


St: Anselm's 


FOLLOWED A STREAM 
Brent followed a stream, Cherry 
downstream. Estimates of 
it distance he tramped, 
waded, 
un and tumbled ranged from 20 
Id m il». 
i third day out/* Brent re* 
*T went over the falls, I’d 
working my way down the 
sometimes wading, sometimes 
when all of a sudden I 
caught in a heavy swirl 
of 
I was dragged 
downstream 
miles «id went over a number 
cascades and two waterfalls, one 
20 feet, 
* "Somehow, there was a bend in 
f s river and I managed to hang 
onto a big rock and pill myself 
m i . 
. 
. 
I get out sopping wet, but 
feund an old, rotten redwood tree, 
feooped out a nice bed and crawled 
wah warm and I slept all 


Awarding of a 1952 Pontiac sedan 
to Dr. Prank A, Solomon of 150 
Nadine way, Green brae, climaxed 
the seventh annual St. Anselm’s 
church festival at San Anseimo 
yesterday. 
Other prise winners: 
0. Milani, 115 Van Tassel court, 
San Anseimo, an electric mi x e r ; 
Mrs. Maude M. Vmzard, 123 Mad- 
rone avenue, Larkspur, a basket of 
groceries: Mrs. Joseph McAllister, 
6 Inman avenue. Kent field, chaise 
lounge; Joan Applebaura, 50 Marin­ 
iti avenue. San Rafael, clock-radio. 
Connie Henneberry, 01 Florence 
avenue, San Anseimo, tricycle; A. 
W Lea, 5 Almenar drive. Green- 
brae, silk comforter, Mrs. May 
Jones, 218 Sir Francis Drake boule­ 
vard. San Anseimo, afghan; Peg 


Certificate Given 
Fagnani By Murray 
For Bank Course 


iter. 


te, . . . It 
sight.” 
¡The dark-haired lad said he wss 
only the first night, when 
« 
some wed track! and later 
á couple of lean wolves." Foresters 
believe he had mistaken coyotes for 
«elves. 


ATE PINE NUTS 
" Young Bradberry said he’s eaten 
only some pine nuts., juicy leaves, 
id peppers and dried apricots he 
He also found two pairs of 
at an abandoned camp to 
his own pants — worn 
at the seat from 
sliding 
feer rocks and undei crush. 
IjU i trek took him from Emigrant 
Bkke to a point 35 miles east of 
femora. The area is an the north* 
fringe of Yosemite National 


At the regular monthly meeting of 
the board of directors of the First 
National Bank in San Rafael and 
the Bank o! San Rafael W. P. Mur­ 
ray, president, presented a «Certifi­ 
cate of graduation to E. T. Fagnani 
from the School of Financial Pub­ 
lic Relations of Northwestern Uni­ 
versity, Chicago. 
Fagnani was secretary of the class 
and a testimonial was given to him 
signed by all members of the class 
voting him as the outstanding pupil 
of the class of 1951-1952. 


Arson Taught Here 
LAFAYETTE, Ind. (U.B — Thtr* 
was apprehension in some quarter* 
when Purdue University announc­ 
ed the inclusion of an arson school 
in its curriculum. Visions of young 
arsonists graduating “cum lauds” 
were 
quickly dispelled, however, 
when the university revealed en­ 
rollment in the school would be 
confined to policemen and fire­ 
men and only courses in arson de­ 
tection would be offered. 


g 
— 
~ Brent was united yesterday with 
aa, aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. 
Jtck Osbome, of Yuma, Art** who 
hpd flown here for the hunt. 
*Hto father had started into the 
Leighton Lake area yesterday, be- 
r 


learning of Brent's escape from 
wilderness. 


»The search utilized five 
private 
one Coast Guard and ooe 
Forest Sen ice plane, dogs and 
costing an estimated $5,000. 


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Ravel, 38 Oak Knoll avenue, San 
Anseimo, lace tabid doth. 
Proceeds of the festival go to St. 
Anselm’s church and schooL Co- 
chairmen of the event were the Rev. 
Joseph O’Connell and Joseph Arsta. 
Following is a list of award win­ 
ners in the Children's Pet Show 
which took place at the festival in 
San Anseimo over the weekend: 
Class 1, largest pet: First—Great 
Dane, Bob Quinlan; second—Boxer, 
Barbara Bullock. 
Class 2, smallest pet: First—gold 
fish, Virginia Carter; second — 
mouse, Bob Del Tredici. 
Class 3, most unusual pet: F irst- 
snakes, Jerry Connors; second 
turtle, Paula McNamee. 
Class 4, best-lookiqp dog; First— 
Collie. Sandra Plate; second—Setter 
pup, Charles Morphy. 
Class 5, best-looking cat: First— 
Siamese, Patricia Yeager; second- 
black cat, Caroline Younger. 
Special awards went to Gary Gil 
bert with a “baby bottle” kitten and 
to Susie Adam for having the best- 
dressed cat. 
An extra feature of the show was 
the appearance &t “Zombie,** a 
Spider Monkey, who was displayed 
by Mrs. Victoria Fox of the Three 
Foxes pet shop in San Rafael 
The well - knows Xr.dependen 
Journal prtae dog ’Inky** demon­ 
strated his ability in obedience teste 
given by his owner, David Del Tred­ 
ici. The dog was won in a contest 
sponsored by th s Independent- 
Joumal a tew years ago. 


Work of several score children 
who took part in the Min Valley 
recreation programs’ painting class­ 
es were displayed Friday in Old Mill 
school. 
The paintings and designs went 
on display first, followed by panto­ 
mime skits and a motion picture. 
The art work was “free painting,” 
according to Mrs, Lillian Anderson, 
46 Cypress avenue, who is in charge 
of the program’s crafts units. Chil­ 
dren were given a piece of paper 
three feet long and as wide as they 
desired Some, like Wendy Eisler in 
the adjoining photo, two pieces, 12 
feet wide. 
The children Were allowed to paint 
whet they desired. No instruction 
was given, Mrs. Anderson said, but 
all paints, brushes and equipment 
were furnished. 
Most of the work wss dona in 
014 Mill park and Park school. 


No Endorsement 
By Woodacre Group 
On New Supervisor 


SUSPENSION WARNED 
In 
Arkansas, 
Democrat* 
told they could be suspended for two 
years if, after having voted in the 
Democratic primary, they support 
the GOP ticket at the polls on Nov. 
4 
In Louisiana, Republicans organ­ 
izing Eisenhower’s state campaign 
ran into an upsurge of party strife. 
Still at odds were Etoenhower back* 
ers and supporters of Ohie i Sen 
Robert Taft 
At Denver, It was learned Stsen- 
hower is arranging an unprecented 
whirlwind invasion of perhaps 
dozen major cities in at least seven 
southern states. 
The Stevenson headquarters at 
Springfield, HI, was also astir with 
speechmaking preparations. Sen. A 
S. Mike Monroney of Oklahoma 
chairman of the Democrats* Speak­ 
ers Bureau, said a team of 100 ora 
tors will range country-wide. 
READY FOR VACATION 
Stevenson himself takes off for a 
brief vacation. Indications wore he 
would keep up with his chores a* 
Illinois govern«:, when he returns, 
and still stay on campaign schedule. 
The official “kickoff’ address by 
him will be at Detroit cm labor Day, 
coinciding with President Truman’s 
initial campaign speech at Milwau­ 
kee. 
A few days later, Stevenson’s 
plans will take him stumping to the 
west coast and possibly the south­ 
west, with a southern Junket a bit 
afterward. 
In Washington, the Americans for 
Democratic action (ADA), which 
sought Eisenhower’s nomination for 
President four years ago, opposed 
his bid as the OOP candidate this 
year. 


Volunteers from the six commuter 
clubs in Marin will solicit contribu­ 
tions from commuters tomorrow 
morning. 
Announcement of plans for the 
money raising was made today by 
Walter J. Lundblad of Novato, chair­ 
man of the fund committee of Mar­ 
in Federation of Commuter dubs. 


Novato Lions Club Awards 
Prizes Shown In Model Home 


Each commuter, he said, will be 
asked to give a dollar or more to a 
“fighting fund.” 
Proceeds will be used both to pay 
the costs of legal representation in 
opposing the Timothy J. Maiming 
application to take over Pacific 
Greyhound lines local operations in 
Mann county, and to “protect the 
commuters’ interests” in any future 
proceedings, he declared. 


Clubs in Sausalito, Mill Valley, 
Larkspur-Corte Madera, the Ross 
Vslley area, San Rafael, and Novato 
will man bus stops in their own 
areas to solicit the funds. Contribu­ 
tions also will be token at the Fer­ 
ry building and Seventh street sta­ 
tion in San Francisco. 
Leaflets reminding commuters of 
the fund drive were to be distributed 
this afternoon at the Ferry build- 
tn«- 
. 
,, 
The leaflet states that commuter 
clubs have borne the entire cost of 
the Manning case to date. County 
funds were last used in t two-year- 
old rate case, payment for which 
was recently upheld in a San Mateo 
county court case. 


Col. William Gerton of the No­ 
vato Lions club yesterday announced 
the winners of the prists which 
have been on display in the model 
home erected by the club in Novato. 


Novatans who collected awards 
were Dr. Sidney Kenton, who won 
a radio; Leland Hill, a toaster; Alice 
Coleboum, an electric mixer; R. C. 
Briggs Jr., a basket of groceries; 
Peter Magetti, a table model tele­ 
vision set: and Marin Produce Com­ 
pany, a deep freezer. (See story on 
page one). 


Lucky out-of-towners were Frank 
Rosie of Wasco who won two prises: 
a coffee table and two dinners at 


The attractive, three - bedroom 
model home where the prizes have 
been on display was erected by the 
Novato Lions club to be sold to raise 
funds for a community recreation 
project, The home is open for in- 
spec tier, every «My except Monday 
from one to six. 


Bids To 8e Opened 
For Novato Building 


Maison Marin, Novbto cafe; Charles 
Pracy, who won a television lamp; 
B. L. Gross! of Santa Rosa, a coffee 
maker and Mrs. R. G Baldi, a tire. 
Lions who officiated at the draw­ 
ing^ were Col. Gerton, Dr. Joseph 
Sereda, Chester Kiesel and Charles 
R. Johnson, 


Woodacre Improvement chib to 
“making no recommendations” to 
Gov. Earl Warren on appointment 
of a supervisor from the fifth dist­ 
rict, the chib secretary declares. 
In ^letter addressed to'San Ger- 
onimo Valley association M. I. 
Christie, secretary of the Woodacre 
organization, said that the club “at 
a regular meeting,. . .unanimously 
decided not to endorse the appoint­ 
ment of Mr. (Randolph N.) Petter- 
sen.” w 
A copy of the letter was sent to 
the governor. 
representatives of 
the Wfejdaere elubl board attended 
the lest board of directors meeting 
of the valley group and reported 
back, Pettersen, a former third dis­ 
trict supervisor, is chairman of the 
valley association directorate. 


Play To Be Named 
For Novato Group 


Five plays were p r e s e n t e d to 
member» of Novato’s little theatre 
group at its meeting last week, one 
of which will be selected as the 
group’s next production. 
Neill Whitman was chosen to di­ 
rect and cast the play, and as di­ 
rector will choose which play will be 
produced in the early fall. 
* 
The group, sponsored by Novato 
Improvement club, will meet again 
August 26, when the play «election 
will be announced and casting com­ 
menced. 


Chief Wood Returns 
From Police Confab 


Bids for a commercial structure on 
Grant avenue in Novato’s business 
district will be opened Wednesday 
at First National bank in Novato, 
according to Gerald McPhail owner 
of the property which adjoin» Kart’* 
Klub. 
The back half of the 25-by-70 foot 
lot will be reserved for off street 
parking, McPhail said.' 
The county planning commission­ 
ers will hold a hearing the same 
night and will consider an adjust­ 
ment to permit off street parking in 
the area which is smaller than re­ 
quired by regulations. 


Police Chief Donald T. Wood of 
San Anseimo returned Saturday 
from a four-day conference of the 
state Police Officers Association 
held in Long Beach. 
A total of 666 pol i ce chiefs, 
sheriffs, district attorneys and ad­ 
ministrators from Califqrnia met to 
discuss improvements in law en­ 
forcement during the Wednesday 
to Saturday meet. 
Representatives 
from 
Sausalito 
and Mill Valley also attended. 


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RECEPTION FOR GENERAL CLARK'S WIFE 
A ttem pt at appeasement by Mrs. Mark Clark just don't mean 
a thing to this little Korean. Lusty crying and a lot of tears are the 
answer to the big smile an# the dangling wrist watch offered by the 
wife of the UB. Par Eastern commander on her visit to Severance 
hospital in wAr-damaged Seoul. Mrs. Clark, visiting Korea with 
Gen Clark, inspected the hospital August 12» and saw the care 
given tragic little war victims. The hospital is supported by several 
U£. Protestant and groups. 
(AP Wirephoto.) 


Kaiser Says Attempt 


Made To Take His Life 


TAHOE CITY, Calif., ^ —Indus­ 
trialist Henry J. Kaiser today ac­ 
cused unknown saboteurs who tam­ 
pered with two speedboats he had 
entered in races here of “a murder­ 
ous attempt on my life.” 
Damage to the powerboats 
was 
discovered a half hour before race 
time yesterday» 
*Tm sure it was an attempt on 
my life one of the most diabolical 
things I’ve ever seen,” the «»-year- 


Grass Fire Doused 
In Son Anselmo 
A grass fire near 136 Oak avenue. 
San Anselmo, yesterday afternoon 
burned a few square feet of area 
but was quickly doused by Hub City 
firemen before it could cause any 
damage. 
Assistant Chief Frank Sousa said 
that fortunately there was no wind, 
and flames were slow in spreading. 
Probably a lighted cigarrt or a 
match was the cause, he aakL 


old steel-alummum-automobile mag­ 
nate declared. 
Harry Johnson, Tahoe City con­ 
stable called on the case, said the 
sabotage was crude and might be 
the work of a crank, or of Lakeside 
residents who have complained that 
Kaiser’s boats are too noisy. A hunt 
for fingerprints was started. 
Kaiser said he suspected the tam­ 
pering was the work of “the same 
people who have tried to destroy 
everything I’ve tned to build.** He 
did not elaborate. 
IT» damage was discovered 
by 
Kaiser’s mechanic and driver, Max 
Collins, after he noticed a hack­ 
saw blade in the bottom of the 32- 
foot Gold Cup racer Hot Metal. The 
boat’s main drive shaft had been 
samed half way through and 
the 
carburetor blower had been stuffed 
with rags, nuts and bolts. The bilge 
and hull of a 24-foot runabout had 
been soaked with an estimated five 
gallons of gasoline, which could have 
ignited at the slightest spark. 


Typhoon Sweeps 


Korea Peninsula, 


Ship Wrecked 


SEOUL, m — The center of a 
typhoon—with winds up to 100 miles 
an hour—hit Korea’s West Coast 
today at Kunsan, 80 miles south of 
Seoul, and roared on 
scross this 
peninsula toward the Sea of Japan. 


There was no report of damage 
.but the ship-wrecking storm brought 
torrential 
rains 
to 
all of South 
Korea. Four to five inches of rain 
wrere predicted for the battlefront 
tonight. 


In Pusan, on the southeastern tip 
of the peninsula, 3 ^ inches of rain 
fell and wind gusts up to 75 miles 
an hour lashed the ami. 


A D, S, Air Force weather expert 
said winds of 50 to 60 miles an hour 
would whip high exposed places on 
the battlefront. 


Stiff winds buffeted Seoul 
but 
the storm’s main force moved about 
25 miles south of the city. 


Power of the storm decreased as 
it passed overland. The Air Fore? 
weather expert said it may pick 
up poyer when it hits the Sea of 
Japan and swerves 
toward Hok­ 
kaido, northernmost island of Japan. 


Before sweeping inland, the ty- 
rjnoon wrecked one ship near Oki­ 
nawa. A second ship is two days 
overdue after 
radioing it was in 
trouble. 
Americans used an oil drum raft 
yesterday to rescue 40 to 43 passen­ 
gers and crew aboard the Japanese 
motor vessel Tokushin Maru. The 
ship broke up on rocks near the 
island of Miyako, about 160 miles 
south of Okinawa. A woman and 
her two small children were lost. 
Six American planes and a U. S. 
destroyer searched for the 
Czech 
ship 
Republika 
with 
82 persons 
aboard. The vessel was reported in 
distress about 250 miles 
east 
of 
Shanghai. 


Guadalcanal Beef 
Program To Start 


WELLINGTON, New Zealand, (JP) 
—A new invasion is being readied 
for Guadalcanal, where U. S. Ma­ 
rines first turned back the 
Japs* 
southward push in Warld War II. 
This week the vessel Kurimarau 
leaves Suva with cattle to start a 
beef-raising program on the island. 


Flash Flood Kills 22 


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LYNMOUTH, England (A5* — The 
toll of known dead rose to 22 today 
with 12 others 
missing 
in 
flash 
floods that struck a 15-mile stretch 
of 
Southwest 
England’s 
holiday 
coast Saturday and almost washed 
this picturesque resort town out to 
sea. 
* 
Police said it may 
be 
another 
week before the final toll is known. 
The coast was crowded erith hcli- 
dayers when the flood struck and 
feared 
it was 
some missing persons 


Hallman Out 
Of Prison, Ready 


For His Campaign 


SAN FRANCISCO, (M’i — Vincent 
W. Hallman, Progressive party can­ 
didate just out of federal 
prison, 
today promised a presidential cam­ 
paign to make the voters “grateful 
that we offer them an alternative 
to the two old parties.” 
Some 300 supporters greeted the 
weathy San Francisco attorney at 
the airport on his return yesterday 
from McNeil Island, Wash., Federal 
prison. 
Hallman. 55, had served nearly 
five months of a six-month con­ 
tempt of court sentence. 
It was 
pronounced after his stormy defense 
of union leader Harry Bridges at 
a perjury-conspiracy trial involving 
Comunist party membership. 


Red Propagandist 
Silenced In Y M C A 


ADDIS ABABA. Ethiopia UP) - 
One of the Russian propaganda 
chiefs here approached the Ameri­ 
can general secretary of the local 
YMCA. 
“We would like to put some of our 
literature and publications in the 
YMCA,” the Russian suggested. 
"Do you permit the YMCA to 
operate in Russia?” the YMCA gen­ 
eral secretary asked. 
The Russian’s silence ended the 
matter. 


might not even be reported yet 
Meanwhile, Army engineers rac­ 
ed desperately against newTy threat­ 
ening skies to corral the 
surging 
Lyn River, using dynamite ami bull­ 
dozers to get it back to its course. 
It was feared a further water pile- 
up would spread the still widespread 
flood waters to a greater area. 
Threatening gales and more rain 
were forecast for later today. 
First estimates put the property 
damage in the whole flooded area 
at over seven million pounds, almost 
two million dollars. * 
The catastrophe’s fun force fell 
dm Lynmouth, a picture postcard 
little holiday resort which turned 
into 
a 
boulder-strewn 
shambles 
when cloudbursts Friday 
changed 
the placid little Lyn into a torrent 
boiling through the main street. 


Larkspur Firemen 
Put Out Blazes 


Larkspur firemen pit out two 
small grass fires over the weekend 
without damage to property. 
At 10:45 pm. Saturday, firemen 
were called to stop a trash fire at 
Heather Gardens on Williams street 
which threatened to get out of con­ 
trol It was extinguished in a few 
minutes. 
Sunday evening, grass behind the 
grammar school buildings on Mag­ 
nolia avenue caught fire from un­ 
known causes, P it the blaze was 
confined to a few square feet. 


New Building Firm To 
Get State License 


SACRAMENTO (CNS) - 11« 
contractors state license board has 
announced that Progressive Builders, 
Inc., 32 Woodland avenue, San Ra­ 
fael, has qualified for a general 
building contractors license, which 
will be issued in 30 tfeys | unless 
written protest is filed. 


No Visible Hint Of Progress 
As Porley Meet -Set Again 


• MUNSAN (Jf* — United Nations 
and 
Communist 
truce 
delegates 
meet tomorrow at Panmunjom, end­ 
ing a week-long recess that produced 
no visible hint of progress. 
The delegates art scheduled to 
meet at ll*a.m. Tuesday {»pm. Mon­ 
day, 1ST) in the faded conference 
tent. 


They probably will pick up right 
where they left off last week—argu­ 
ing fruitlessly over prisoner of war 
exchange, the only issue blocking an 
armistice for Korea. 
Since July 26 the truce teams 
have met only once a week. At each 
«Session, they called another seven- 
day recess. 
The Communists Are insisting that 
116.000 Red prisoners, including all 
20.000 Chinese in Allied hands, be 
returned. 
The UJN. offers only to return 
831.000 
captives 
including 
6,400 


Chinese. The ü. N. says the rest of 
the Prisoners in U. N. camps ded&Vs 
they will fight to keep from being 
sent back to North Korea or Rèd 
China. 
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i-3 mint&i. Monday, Aug, t8 t 1952 
Betty Jo McKinney Is 
Bride Of Floyd Marker 


At a oaadteBgfet ceremony Sat­ 
urday evening at St, Paul's church 
in San Rafael, Betty Joe McKinney 
became the bride of Floyd Eugene 
Marker. 
While gkdioii and 
candle * de­ 
corated the altar White gladioli and 
«atm bows marked the pewi and 
trimmed the rail. 
The Rev. Henry B Getz of St. 
Paul*» arms assisted 
by the 
Rev. 
Loren J. Mee of Yreks, the former 
pester of S t Paul*» and a 
doee 
friend of the bridegroom. 
The bride, the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. EL Edward McKinney of 
San Rafael was escorted down the 
aisle by her father 
Her white satin bridal kown had 
a long train, fitted bodice with a 
stand-up collar and long 
ileev* 
that came to a point at the wrists. 
White satin buttons trimmed the 
batik. 
A coronet of seed pearls held the 
lace trimmed Illusion veil. 
Betty Joe carried a white prayer 
book topped with 
white 
orchid», 
bouvardia and satin streamers. 
Mr». James Law (Patricia Ann 
McKinney » of Berkeley was matron 
of honor for her only sister. 
Her gown of pacific» blue tulle 
over taffeta was fashioned with a 
bouffant skirt and mandarin neck­ 
line. Mrs. Law wore matching blue 
iboe mitts and carried a spray of 
flame gladioli. Her head bandeau 
was of white bouvardia. 
Bridesmaids 
were 
Mrs. 
David 
Reed (Phyllis Schmidt > of 
Stock- 


Children's Fair 
To Be Given 
In Sausalito 


Children and parents are making 
progress in preparation for the 
Sausalito Nursery School's children’s 
fair to be given in Sausalito Sunday, 
September 7, on the lot across from 
the yacht harbor. 
Booths will oover s wide range of 
children’s interests and will have 
for sale many items for the young 
Proceeds will be used for school 
Improvements. 
Mrs. Ralph B. Priestly is chair­ 
man of the fair. Mr. and Mrs. Luther 
Conover are making designs tor the 
grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Frederick H. 
Hawes are working on mother goose 
mobile«. Mra L. H. Ross and her 
committee are sewing colored ap­ 
rons and amusing bean bags, and 
lira H. E. Williamson is planning 


ton, and Mrs. Donald DeMoss (Bar­ 
bara Nielson) of Novato, 
Mr». Reed wore a gown of emer- 
jthi green tulle over taffeta. 
Her 
Gower» were yellow gladioli. 
Mrs. DeMoss’ gown was a coral 
shade. Her «pray bouquet was o f 
pale pink glads with coral center. 
Their bandeaux were of white 
bouvardia. 
Mervia Kayser of Stockton was 
the best man. GuesU were escorted 
to their pews by Tom Wagaman of 
Stockton and Calvin McConnell of 
Berkeley. 
Miss Evafine Flynn of Berkeley 
was the soloist at the ceremony and 
later at the reception. 
Mrs. Arnold Owen of 
Berkeley 
was organist. 
Mra. McKinney, the b r i d e ’ s 
mother, wore a gown of pale orchid 
crepe. Her corsage was of purple 
orchids. 
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Marker motor­ 
ed from Fallon, 
Nev., 
for 
their 
youngest son’s wedding. 
Over 200 guests attended the re­ 
ception in the parish hall. The new­ 
lyweds received best wishes from 
family and friends before a bank 
of white gladioli and satin ribbons. 
Single petals of white 
gladioli 
surrounded the four tiered wedding 
cake. Three candelabra» and flow­ 
ers decorated the bride’s table. 
The young couple left for Lake 
Tahoe where they will spend 
the 
next week. 
The new Mrs. Marker's traveling 
costume was s light wool coral suit 
with » navy velvet hsi and navy 
accessories. The white orchids from 
the bridal bouquet were pinned to 
her lapel. 
When the Markers return from 
Tahoe they will reside in Berk­ 
eley where the benedict is s stu­ 
dent it the Pacific School of Re­ 
ligion in preparation fee’ entering 
the Methodist ministry. 
Batty Jo, who attended San Ra­ 
fael High school, 
was 
graduated 
from the College of the Pacific with 
an A B degree in sociology last 
spring. Floyd is also a graduate of 
the College of Pacific. Xt was while 
both were students there that their 
romance began. 
He has a sister, Mrs. William L. 
Tojnblin of San lorenzo, and four 
brothers, Arthur W. Marker of Sac­ 
ramento, Amos w. Masker of Fal­ 
lon, and Gerald and Kenneth of 
Le* Angeles. 


the work of the foods committee. 
Children who have bees filling 
bean bags, painting flower pots, and 
clay models are Gail and 
Terry Priestly, Luke Conover, France 
Hawes, Alan Ross, Chris Clyde, Bet- 
cy Nolan, Maggie and Jessica Roth, 
and David Chufeak, 
Tha membership chairman, Mrs. 
H. E. Williamson of Sausalito, has 
announced that there are a few 
opening» In the school for children 
between the ages of two and one 
and five years. Further infor­ 
mation may be obtained from her. 


Crochet It For Autumn 


WILL WATKINS 
TO 
WED SOON 


Miss Rae Roberts, daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Yates of 
Honolulu, who is spending the 
summer in San Anselmo, will 
become tha bride of Wilbur 
Watkins of San Anselmo on 
Sunday, August 31, in the First 
Presbyterian 
church 
in 
San 
Rafael. 


The future benedict is the son 
of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Watkins 
of San Anselmo. 


The young couple met while 
they were students at San Jose 
State college where their en­ 
gagement was announced last 
June st a spring dance given by 
the Sigma Alpha E&sifon, Will's 
fraternity. 


After the wedding they expect 
to continue their studies in San 
Jose where they will reside. 


Will has one broth«*, Harry, 
and two sisters, Mrs, Norman 
Wheeler «Helen Watkins) and 
Mrs. Clark Smith <Jean Wat- 
kin«!. 


Before she attended San Jose 
state, the bride-elect lived in 
Fort Bragg with her maternal 
grandparents, 
Mr, 
and 
Mrs. 
Walter Long, while she was go­ 
ing to high school. 


AT ROSS CENTER 
Many 
Made 
Reservations 
For Luncheon 


Many of the guests who will at­ 
tend the Northgate group luncheon 


t of Lark- 
auxiliary is 


CLIPPED EOX. Budget fur 
dyed mint-green and lined 
in red taffeta. For dress, a 
d i a m o n d 
pin decorates 
•‘strutter” collar. 


N U TR IA ENSEM BLE. Spencer jacket, beret and muff are 
all of soft nutria, making an ensemble that does multiple 
duty. The jacket can be worn for day or evening, sleeves 
long or pushed up to display glittering bracelets. Beret and 
muff can be worn separately with suit. By Esther Dorothy. 
Barbara Louise Ziegler Married 
Yesterday In San Rafael Garden 


and fashion show at the Marin Art 
and Garden Center this Wednesday 
have already made their reserva­ 
tions. This week’s outdoor affair 
will be sponsored by the Women’s 
Auxiliary of the Marin County 
Medical Society. 


Mrs. J. Lyman Hurlbut 
spur, president of the A 
the general chairman of the event 
Mrs. 2. L. Harlpw will be com­ 
mentator. Fall fashions are from 
Modem Eve shop in San Rafael. 


Those who will entertain friends at 
the Ross center include Mrs. Laur­ 
ence McNear of McNear's Point who 
has made reservations for four, 
Mrs. Dariel Pitsroy of Ban Rafael, 
who has taken a table for five and 
Mesdames Roy Brown, Edward Mag. 
gard and Miss Georgia Wintxing- 
ham, all of San Rafael, who will 
each entertain three friends at 
their tables. 


Prom Mm Valley will come Mrs. 
John Meyer with seven guests, Mrs. 
D. J. Schmidt with three, and Mrs. 
Carl Priest with five friends. 
Mrs. Paul Scott and Miss G. K. 
Bowman of 8an Francisco have 
asked that tables for four be set 
aside for each of them. 


Ten members of Kappa Alpha 
Theta will attend the luncheon and 
fashion show. 


Mrs. Joseph GugUelmo, Mrs. Rob­ 
ert P. Grey and Mrs. Patrick Star- 
rett of San Anselmo will be hostess­ 
es at tables for four. 


Mrs. A. C. Saul of Ross will en­ 
tertain five. Hostesses from Kent- 
field will he Mesdames Prank Per- 
The terraced garden of Mr. and 
Mrs. S K. Herzog of San Rafael was 
the setting yesterday for the after­ 
noon wedding of Barbara Louise 
Ziegler and George Lawrence Pem- 
bacher Jr. 
The Herzog* are the bride’s aunt 
ami uncle. 
The 3 o'clock ceremony performed 
by Rabbi Irving Reichert took place 
before an altar decorated with a 
silver* altar doth and massive ar­ 
rangements of white chrysanthe­ 
mums, dahlias and larkspur. On 
either side of the altar were marble 
founts filled with the with flower». 
Marble founts and white flowers 
lined the aisle across the lawn. 
The altar was in front of a hedge 
of laurel, 
Barabar Is the only daughter of 
Mr. and Mrs. Harry P. Zeigier of 
San Rafael. She was given in mar­ 
riage by her father. 
The bridal gown was of white em­ 
broidered ergandie. 2t was fashioned 
with a tiered, bouffant skirt over 
white taffeta and had a scooped 
neckline. 
Hot cap was of organdie and her 


fingertip veil was of double tiered 
illusion veiling. 
Barbara carried a bouquet of fleur 
d'amour, lilies of the valley and 
butterflp orchids. 
Mrs. Philip Fembacher of Los 
Angeles,, the bridegroom's sister-in- 
law, was the matron of honor. 
Bridesmaids were Jane Ward of 
Ross, Mary Anne Brusatori and An­ 
toinette ßavoini of San Rafael. 
The attendants were dressed alike 
in ballerina length gowns of em­ 
broidered white organdie over nile 
green taffeta with jacket stoles of 
white organdie. 
Their spray bouquets were of 
white begonias with ivy leaves. They 
wore white begonias in their hair. 
Philip Fernbacher was his bro­ 
ther’s best man. 
Ushers were Harry Ziegler Jr., the 
bride’s brother, Maury KobUck of 
San Francisco and Larry Bretter of 
Los Angeles, fraternity brothers of 
the *br*degmam. 
, 
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1 Tor her daughter’s wedding Mrs. 
Ziegler selected an afternoon dress 
of white organdie with panels of 
scalloped black 
embroidery. 
Her 


THE PARENTS' 
CORNER 


By RICHMOND BARBOUR, Ml 0. 
Guidance Counsellor 


Barbour's Big Dog Creates Havoc 
At Evening Lawn Party For Deacon 


flowers were yellow cymbidium or­ 
chids. 
Mrs. George Fembacher, the ben­ 
edict’s mother, arrived from Los 
Angeles for the wedding. Her after­ 
noon dress was of Alice blue or- 
ganaa with a knife-pleated skirt 
She wore a veil in place of a hat 
and her flowers were pink cymbid­ 
ium orchids. 
The bridegroom Is ths son of the 
late Mr. Fembacher. 
A reception for 150 guests took 
place in the Herzog garden around 
the 
swimming 
pool 
which 
was 
adorned for the occasion with float­ 
ing clusters of pastel begonias and 
lily pad leaves. 
Palm trees shaded the pool and 
flowers were everywhere. 
The four tiered wedding cake was 
served in the lanai house which was 
decorated with hanging baskets of 
begonias. 
White begonias and ivy leaves 
were around the cake. 
The newlyweds will spend 10 days 
at Lake Tahoe before motoring to 
Los Angeles where they have an 
apartment. 
For the wedding trip the new Mrs 
Fembacher wore a blond summer 
wool suit. 
Barbara is a graduate of San Ra­ 
fael high school and the University 
of California. She is the grand 
daughter of Mr. and JMrs. Herzog 
Sr. of San Rafael and Mrs. Lena 
Ziegler of San Francisco. 
George was graduated from the 
University of California where he 
was a member of Gavel and Quill 
Honor Society and president of his 
fraternity, Zeta Beta Tau. He 
with Sears and Roebuck in the 
south. He is a graduate of Beverly 
Hills High school. 


ry, Thomas Cusick and L, H. Wey- 
rough. 


Mr». R. L. Ekiand of Tiburon has 
a table for four. 


Among the doctor s wives who 
have 
reservations are 
Mesdames 
John 0, Degenhardt, William Kerr 
Jr., of San Rafael: LeRoy Brooks, 
Belvedere; Calvin Terwliliger, Saus­ 
alito; Mel Bleadon, Lloyd Tyler, 
Ross; J. L. Hurlbut, William Harris 
of Larkspur; and Robert Taylor Jr 
of San Anselmo. 
Flowers for the stage decorations 
are coming from the Sunnyside 
Nursery in San Anselmo. 
Mrs. Lloyd Tyler is in charge of 
the floral decorations for the tables. 
She will be assisted by Mesdames 
Scott Holland, Rodney Hartman, 
William Edwards Sr., Manuel Kal­ 
man, and Alex Miller. 
Mrs. John Kirkpatrick and Mrs 
George M. Landrock will pour. 


Alice 
Goo 
Is Betrothed 
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Alice Belle Goodwin, former stu­ 
dent at Dominican Convent, and 
Oliver Lens of Stockton are en­ 
gaged. 
Plans have been made for a wed­ 
ding on September 13. 
The bride-elect Is the daughter of 
C. Donald Goodwin of Stockton and 
the late Caroline Minor Goodwin. 
Her sister Is Carol Ann Goodwin. 
Alim attended Mill College but 
was graduated from the University 
of California. 
Tim future benedict is the son of 
Mr. and Mrs. H. B, liens of Stock­ 
ton. He has one sister, Mrs. Bud 
Prindie and a brother, Wilbur Lens. 
He is a graduate of the College of 
Pacific. 
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PARTIES HONOR 
DOROTHYCOOKE 


Miss Dorothy Cooke, 
bride- 
elect of Deal Frier, has been 
guest of honor at many parties 
recently. 


A kitchen shower was recent­ 
ly given in her honor by Mrs. 
Harvie Freed of Larkspur. 


Ruth Wilson, daughter of Dr. 
and Mrs. Paul Wilson of Bon 
Air was hostess sf a party for 
Dorothy and her friends at the 
Wilson home. 


This Wednesday, Mrs. Harry 
Heflsler of Dei Mesa and Mrs. 
Warren Palmer of Kent Wood­ 
lands will 
entertain 
Dorothy 
and her attendants and their 
mothers at luncheon 
at the 
Meadow Club in Fairfax. 


Dorothy, the daughter of Mrs. 
Claire Nagle Cooke of San An­ 
selmo will repeat her wedding 
vows next Sunday at St. John’s 
church in Ross. Other parties 
are planned for Dorothy. 


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TONIGHT 


EL CAMINO: “Were Not Mar­ 
ried” 7:31-9:38. Last complete 
show 8:5«. 


TAMALPAIS: “Has Anybody 
Seen My Gal” 9:00. “Bright 
Victory” 7:05-10:35. Last com­ 
plete show 8:45. 


SEQUOIA: “We’re Not Married” 
8:42. “The Fighter” 7:10-10:17. 
Last complete show 8:30. 


MOTOR MOVIES: “Talk About 
A Stranger” 8:50. “California 
Conquest” 10:12. Last complete 
show 8:50. 


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New Granddaughter 


Col. and Mrs. 
Sidney Zobel at 
S&n Anselmo are the grandparents 
of Rhonda Helen Zobel who 
was 
born at Let term an General 
hos­ 
pital recently. 
The infant is the daughter of Lt. 
and Mr*. John L. Zobel (Roberta 
Hoffman) of San Francisco. 
She it also the granddaughter of 
Mr. and 
Mrs. 
Leo 
Hoffman of 
Atherton. 


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Tell me, friends, on this warm 
summer day, how does one go about 
educating a dog? A big dog. A 
mountainous, potbellied, sedentary, 
amiable, lady dog. A dog of char­ 
acter, and fixed habits. How can you 
teach her, teach her anything? 
She's Brownie, the Barbour’s so­ 
cial asset. Somehow she should learn 
that a dog of her architecture and 
avoirdupois should stay off laps. We 
had a lawn party the other evening. 
Brownie got tired of licking ladies* 
backs and tried to climb up on the 
spindly thighs of an aging Presby­ 
terian deacon. Poor old gentleman, 
he still hasn’t any feeling in his toes. 
I 
could 
write 
volumes 
about 
Brownie’s tad. It is long and plumed, 
but it has a hard core. It feels like 
a stout hickory club. The altitude 
is just right for sweeping things off 
tha top of card tables. Whoosh, and 
everything is gone Into the lap of 
the wife ef that deacon, the same 
evening, went a glass full of iced tea, 
an extra-large portion of blackberry 
pie a Ta mode, and sundry dishes 
and silverware. She had on a white 
dress. I’ll wager that couple never 
come» to our house again. 
Angry, and muttering aomo* un- 
Presbyterian words under my breath, 
I started to put Brownie into exOe. 
As always she flopped on her back, 


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four feet in the air. and did a hula. 
A most unlovely sight. As always 
the guests interceded for Brownie. 
Even her victims plead her cause. 
Aa always I weakened, so Brownie 
stayed. 
Heigh-ho, maybe I’m the one who 
needs educating? Suppose next time 
I can remember to lock Brownie up 
before the guests arrive? 


QUESTION ANSWERED 
Q. Pets are so unhygienic, so dis­ 
gusting, that I refused my son's 
tearful plea for a dog. He is six, 
and wanted a terrier puppy. We 
live in tha country. Should I have 
relented, and let him have his dog? 
A. Goodness yes. If it is physically 
possible to have one, I think every 
boy should have his dog. Some very 
important lessons are learned from 
the care of pets, and from the com­ 
panionship with them. 


Trinity Church 
Opens Vacation 
School Today 


At 9 a.m. Monday, vacation Bible 
school at Trinity Lutheran church, 
San Rafael, convened with Mrs. 
Carl Yeager in charge. 
The sessions will be conducted 
until 12 noon each day Monday 
through Friday for two weeks. 
Children from ages 4 to 14 are in­ 
vited to partake of Christian story, 
song, and recreation. The theme 
will be Living As God’s Children.” 
Teachers will be Mrs. George 
Bolz, nursery class; Mrs. Walde­ 
mar Berder, primary class; Mrs. 
Fred Lennie, juniors; and Mrs. 
Henry 
Feldman, 
seniors. 
Mrs. 
Philip Olson and Mrs. Robert De- 
* Vries will be in charge of handi­ 
craft work. 


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New Antibiotics Help Fight 
Early Cases Of Meningitis 


*7 HERMAN K. BUNDESEN, M D. 


Medicines bought out within the 
Mst ten years hare gives u* a much 
more hopeful outlook with respect 
to diseases that were formerly terri­ 
fying. 
One of these diseases Is 
meningitis At one tíme it was near­ 
ly always fatal, but the antibiotic 
drugs have made recovery the rule 
— if the disease is caught early. 
Meningitis is an inflammation of 
the membranes covering the brain 
and spinal cord. It is a germ infec­ 
tion that can be cawed by a number 
of different kinds of germs such as 
bacteria, yeasts, molda, protoeoa, 
and viruses 
The most common type is spinal 
meninfftif, which attacks the cover­ 
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by a type of bacteria known as men­ 
ingococcus, This germ, it is believed, 
first infects the throat, then passes 
from the throat into the blood 
stream, and then to the spinal cozd. 
Spinal 
meningitis 
is contagious, 
spreading rapidly. 


COXES ON SUDDENLY 
Meningitis usually occurs sud­ 
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appearing throughout the akin are 
from hemorrhages caused by tibe 
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blood vessels. Large blisters may ml- 


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would have been fatal in the past, 
can now be cured. 
However, meningitis may leave 
complications including permanent 
deafness and heart damage. But 
even these complications are rapidly 
being brought under control with 
the newer antibiotic drugs. 
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E.HP.: What is the difference 
between steriizing and disinfecting, 
or is there any? 
Answer: Sterilization destroys all 
bacterial life; disinfection does not 
necessarily destroy all bacteria, only 
those that are infectious or harmful. 


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Killed In Wreck 
8ELDEN. N, Y., UP»-Robert E. 
Hiller, 27-year-old principal of the 
Shoreham Public school in Ronkon- 
koma, N. Y , needed a little extra 
money this summer because his wife 
is expecting a first child by Sep­ 
tember. 
All summer long he drove a milk 
truck on Long Island to pick up 
the money. Yesterday he took his 
truck out for what was to have 
been his last day on the Job. 
But he didn’t return home. 
A 
policeman and a physician broke 
the news to Mrs. Hiller—that her 
husband had been killed in a col­ 
lision between his truck and a pas­ 
senger car. 


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Jarré Ervin And Arthu, Richardson 
Were Married Sunday Afternoon 


Miss Jant Ervin, the daughter of 
Uto Walter E. Ervins cf Tiburón, was 
married yesterday afternoon to Ar­ 
thur Blake Richardson of Sausallto 
in 
the 
Mill 
Valley 
Community 
Church. 
Tim four o’clock ceremony was 
performed by Dr. Aaron Ungersma 
oí San Anselmo. White stock;, «tahffra 
and gladioli decorated the altar 
which was covered with a satin 
cloth. Candles were on either side 
of the altar and standards of white 
flowers and candles lined the aisle. 
Jane was given in marriage by 
her father. 
Her bouffant gown of white lace 
and net over taffeta was fashioned 
with a train, had a peplum of lace at 
the waist and a round neckline. 
The fingertip veil fell from a 
lace Juliet cap trimmed with lilies 
of the valley. 
• The bride wore lace mitts and 
carried a shower bouquet of lilies 
of the valley and bouvardia. 
Jane;« younger sister, Mercer, was 
the maid of honor. Her ballerina- 


so form. The patient feels extremely 
tired and weak, and has an almost 
unbearable headache. He may also 
vomit very violently, spurting the 
stomach contents for some distance. 
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and die person continues to feel 
tired and restless. As the disease 
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'Anti-Corruption' 
Bill Planned By 
Sen. Monroney 
WASHINGTON OP) — Sen. Mon- 
honey (D.. Okla.) co-author of the 
Congressional Reorganization 
Act 
of 1846, plans to push another re­ 
organization measure next year— 
an “anti-corruption” bill.* 
The measure, which he 
offered 
unsuccessfully last season, 
would 
set up a blue ribbon civil service 
system in the Internal Revnue Bur­ 
eau and “reward administrators few 
getting along with fewer instead of 
more employees,” he said tbday. 


length gown of white eyelet organdie 
was over yellow taffeta. 
She wore a wreath of ivy. Her 
bouquet was of blue delphiniums and 
yellow daisies. 
* 
Meredith Luther of Carte Madera 
and Constance Richardson of Saus- 
alito, the bridegroom's sister, were 
the bridesmaids. 
Their ballerina gowns were powder 
blue organdie over 
blue taffeta. 
They also carried delphiniums 
daisies. 
Sahib A1 Jasim of Ban Frauds», 
a college friend of the benedict’s, 
was the best man. 
Ushers were Lyn Ludlow of MSB 
Valley and Wallace Matsen of San 
Rafael. 
For her daughter’s wedding Mrs. 
Ervin* chose a navy blue afternoon 
dress with white accessories and a 
small white hat. Her flqwcrs were 
white butterfly orchids. 
Arthur is the sen of Mrs. George 
Wheelwright of Sausallto and the 
late Arthur Welland Richardson of 
Boston. 
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Unemployment Here 
Is Holding Even 


SACRAMEÉTO (CNS)—The num­ 
ber 
of 
unemployment Insurance 
claims throughout California Indi­ 
cated a downward trend hi unem­ 
ployment for the week ending July 
31, with the volume of new claims 
dropping 17 per cent below that of 
thé previous week, the department 
of employment reported today. 
The number of new claims filed 
in the San Rafael office totaled 80, 
compared vtth 29 the week before. 
During the week, the office received 
a total of 199 claims, and paid 154. 


MISS HAZEL DEDERMAN 


Hem* Economist of th* General Electric Co. 


Invites You To A 
General Electric 
BA&N-REEZE 
DEMONSTRATION 


Friday, Angus! 22 


, 
2:00 p j. and 8:00 p.m. 


McPHAIL FUEL CO. 
3rd and C Sts. 
San Rafael 
GL. 3-6070 


Home Attendance 
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. UPi 
—Home attendance by the Colorado 
Springs Sky Sox of the Class A 
Western League seems certain to 
triple the city’s population and then 
some. 
Through June 30, the club, repre­ 
senting a city of 45,472, had drawn 
84,960 paid admissions. A crowd of 
5.620, biggest baseball throng in the i 
history of the Pike’s Peak region, 
turned out for the Denver-Sky Sox 
Double header June 29. 


Mrs. Wheelwright wow a sheer 
navy blue dress with' white acces­ 
sories Her corsage was of white 
orchids. 
A reception for 100 guests was held 
at the bridegroom‘s home, Green 
Gulch Ranch* near Muir Beach. 
Jant and Arthur left the reception 
for a four week** wedding trip. They 
will motor first to Tahoe and then 
continue an to the east coast where 
they will visit his relatives for sev­ 
eral weeks. 
f 
Jane’s going-away suit was of 
beige wool. Her small dusty pink 
felt feat was trimmed in pearls. Her 
flowers were pink carnations. 
When they return to California’ 
they will make their home in San 
Jose where they are students at 
Sea Joes State college. 


The 
newlyweds both attended 
Tamalpals High school. Arthur, who 
has one brother, Philip Richardson, 
attended Taualpais School for Boys 
in San Rafael. He is studying to 
teach. 


Larkspur Baptist 
Church Youth Go 
On Mt. Tam Hike 


Young people el the C*l,ary 
Baptist church of Larkspur en­ 
joyed a moonlight hike recently on 
a trail at Bootjack Camp. 


After the young folks returned 
from the hike, they enjoyed a 
weinie bake and devotions around 
the eamp&e, 


Those attending were LaWanda 
Roberts, Joyce 
Prewitt, Carroll 
Solo, 
Roberta 
Thomas* Paula 
Keever, Dorothy Tannyhill, Sarah 
Woodward, Yvonne Shea, Nancy 
Anthony, 
Shirley Farrm, Ellen 
Schmidt, Jeanne Kranx, Robert 
Krantz, Norman Cole, Bard Du­ 
pont. Charles Woodward and Rob­ 
ert Pecota. 


Counsellors for the evening w o t 
Mr. and Mrs. John Thomas, Mrs. 
J. S Rrantz, Forrest Anthony and 
the Rev. J. F. Prewitt. 


Sleepy Hollow Party 


Mr. and Mrs. Woody Melone were 
host and hostess at a cocktail and 
swimming party at their Sleepy 
Hollow home on Saturday. 


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Tamal Rebekah Lodge Brings 
'Heart' to Mill Valley Lodge 


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When m e m b e r s of Y a m a l 
.Rebekah lodge of San Anselmo visit­ 
ed Blithedale Rebekah lodge Thurs­ 
day night at the I.O.OF. hall in 
MW Valley, they brought with them 
the traveling heart that symbolizes 
the year’s project of the president 
of the Mate Rebekah assembly. 


Highlight of the program was the 
ceremony of passing the heart to 
the noble grand of Rebekah lodge, 
Mrs. Howard Stahl. Mrs. Harold 
Sheffield of Tamal lodge carried the 
red heart to the altar where she 
read the poem that describes its 
purpose — the promotion of offer­ 
ings toward the redecorating of the 
children's home in Gilroy. 
The heart will next be presented 
by Blithedale Rebekah lodge to 
Golden Star Rebekah lodge of San 
Rafael, 


After the meeting the remainder 
of the evening was spent in games 
Arranged 
by 
Mesdames 
Harold 
Sheffield 
and 
Charles 
Banfield 
and Miss Polrence Abraham. 


Refreshments 
were 
served 
by 


Mesdames Blake Howard ehalwn»» 
James Cochran, W alt« Meyer, God­ 
frey Ita, Albert Young, and C. X. 
Frazer, 


* The next meeting will be held m 
August 28. 


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Golconda. The desk was purchased 
by the late Jim Walker, lumberyard 
owner, who put the desk to use in 
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EDITORIAL COMMENT 
Several Cities Might Want 
To Support Plan Technician 


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EDITORIAL PAGE 
Monday, August 18. »952 


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Arc Marin dtics planning to spend too much 
money for dty planning? Is there a better way 
by which the cities can gather needed inforsna- 
lion and technical advice? Are the cities able 
to make use of information already gathered? 
These questions are being discussed these 
days by city councils and citv planning com­ 
missions throughout the county. 
Mill Valiev is pondering a new* land use 
ordinance the advisability of hiring a con- 
suiting planner to draw up a city master plan 
and a full time planning technician to make it 
operative. 
Belvedere has under way the formation of a 
‘limited" master plan, the work being done 
with planning commission staff members. 


San Ansel mo is struggling with its parking 
problem, a land use ordinance and its peren­ 
nial pozer, the Hub bottleneck. 
Practically every other city council in the 
county has its planning headaches. 
Meanwhile the county planning commission, 
with the help of an excellent, highly trained 
staff, continues to collect data which could be 
of inestimable value to the cities. 
But can the cities get it? Not easily; despite 
the fart that citv residents pay 60 per cent of 
the county budget dollar and therefore 60 per 
cent of the salaries of those staff members. 
Recently a member of the Mill Valley city 
council called county planning director Mary 
Robinson Summers and asked a question con­ 
cerning the proposed Mill Valley program. 
"I think it will be onlv a little work for me 
to get that information/* Mrs. Summers said, 
"but it will be necessary for yon to get author­ 
ization of the board of supervisors before I can 
do the work.* 
The board granted the permission and Mill 
Valley got the information. But it was neces­ 
sary to wait for the next meeting of the board. 
Actually the county planning commission is 
set up by law to serve only the unincorporated 
area. There is no authority for the planning 
director or her staff to help out with a subdivi­ 
sion ordinance for San Rafael, for example, or 
a land use ordinance for San Anselmo or Mill 
1 Valiev, 
This problem has troubled the cities for a 
long time. Eight or nine yean ago they got 
together ami requested the supervisors to put 
a member on the planning tuff to handle city 
problems exclusively. The cities believed that 
the county should pav such a person. The super­ 
visors thought otherwise and the request was 
* denied. 
Now a well known planner, Sydney Williams, 
professor in the department of dty and regional 
planning, University of California, comes up 
with another proposal, To the Marin Countv 
Planning Council he suggested that three or 


HAL BOYLE'S COLUMN 


four cities should agree among themselves to 1 
pay the salary of another member on the county 
planning staff, 
Accomplished would be two major things, 
Williams believes. One planning technician, 
working under a planning ‘ consultant" (Mrs. 
Summers) would be inexpensive and effective 
for the cities. Also, because he would be work­ 
ing with the county staff, he would be familiar 
with and able to use all information available 
there, as well as to correlate the cities* planning 
with the county’s. 
As things exist today there are streets in 
Marin one side of which has zoning set up by 
the county, the other set up by a city, either 
streets have one dty on one side and another 
dty on the other. Sometime* these cities don’t 
see eve to eye and one city will allow commer­ 
cial development on one side of the street while 
on the other only first das* residential dwell­ 
ings are allowed. 
Things like this might be avoided under 
Williams* plan. 
Under the plan the cities would pay for the 
work of the technician, that is the footwork, 
the drafting and the detail. They would get 
free ihe sen ices of a planning consultant. And 
most private consultants get $50 per day plus 
expenses. 
' 
Ond thing the cities could fear under such an 
arrangement might be their loss of individual­ 
ity. They might fear they would be controlled 
by the county planners. But this is not neces­ 
sary . Cities would still have their own planning 
commiSions, to which their planning staff 
member would report. AH of his work would 
be in their instruction or with their permission* 
As the present county planning staff reports 
to the county planning commission, so would 
such a staff member be responsible to the cities 
who hired him. And his job would be advisory 
only. 
The county has just spent $20,000 to com­ 
plete a master roads and highways survey. In 
it the planning staff studied growth of the 
county, its transportation, needs and other 
problems. 
Today this huge quantity of invaluable in­ 
formation is used by the #county planners every 
time a new* subdivision is proposed and at 
numerous other times. But the poor a ties, 
whose residents paid $12,000 of the $20,000, 
have to tr\r to get along without the informa­ 
tion and it should be used. * 
Serious consideration should be given Wil­ 
liams’ proposal by every dty coundl in the 
county and by the board of supervisors. 
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Now -that the conventions and steel strike 
are over things should be comparatively quiet. 
And we’ll need the rest, with an election and 
a coal strike to look forward to. 
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THE WORLD TODAY 
Press Conference 
Ebb Noted After 
Invitation To Ike 


By JAMES MARLOW 
WASHINGTON (AV-It was like 
t meeting of the stockholders with 
«it chairman of the board of di­ 
meters. 
There wasn’t much they expect­ 
ed him to say. It was as II they 
were thinking more of the two 
younger fellows scrambling for his 
job. 
The place was. the small audi­ 
torium on the fourth floor of the 
old State Department building next 
to the White House. 
NEWSMEN AND RADIO A*D 
TV commentators wandered in and 
took seats, which weren’t hard to 
find. 
Many times in the past the audi­ 
torium had been packed for just 
such an occasion as this. But the 
other day there was plenty #f 
room. 
And the men and women "did 
what they had always done on 
other days in this room while wait­ 
ing for the hands of the clock to 
reach 4 p. m. 


THEY 
TALKED 
CASUALLY. 
This time it was about Gen. Eisen­ 
hower’s refusal of President Tru­ 
man’s invitation to a White House 
briefing. 
And they chuckled over Gov. 
Stevenson’s speech earlier in the 
day in Illinois, a speech taking 
amused digs at Eisenhower and * 
the Republicans. 
The hands moved on until they 
reached 4. Then President Truman 
came in, natty and lively as usual 


Through the round tinted lenses 
of his glasses he looked at the 
men and women facing him and 
grinned in greeting. 


VERY OFTEN AT THE OPEN­ 
ING of these news conferences the 
President 
had 
a statement 
to 
make. ^ 
He raised a n^imeographed sheet 
of paper 
and said 
there were 
plenty of copies for anyone who 
wanted them. 
It was e letter, he said, bemoan­ 
ing the fact that most of the old 
Whitt House furniture had disap­ 
peared or been sold in years past, 
under other presidents. 
That was the only announcement 
he had. He pas riady for Ques­ 
tions, and, Uke everyone there, he 
knew what was coming: questions 
about his invitation to Eisenhower 
and when it was sent. 


THE NEWSMEN SEEMED to be 
having difficulty in thinking of 
questions to ask. 
In times past 
they had tumbled over one another 
in their clamor for answers. 
In no time, however, they seem­ 
ed to run out of questions alto­ 
gether. There were long pauses. 
One of the regular White House 
correspondents 
thought it was 
about time po put an end to this. 
He got up and asked the President 
if he had ’anything else you want 
to tell us?* 
No, the President said, and 
everybody laughed. 
So that was 
that. 


'AFFAIRS OF STATE‘ 


Special Reason Is Behind 
Critic Of School Publicity 


Do You Read Obituaries Before 
Sports? It Shows Middle Age! 


NEW YORK OP)—Nobody likes to 
fet caught in the middle—and that 
applies to middle age, too 
Americans as a people are par­ 
ticularly reluctant to face the fact 
of middle age. 
*1 ain’t as young as I used to 
be,** the average man says grudg­ 
ingly and leu It go at that# He is 
teeonciled to the thought that la 
time he will be old. But middle- 
aged?—never! In his mind he stays 
a youth until his second childhood. 
About the only people in Ameri­ 
ca who clsim they are middle-aged 
are the elderly. 
This seems a shame to me. For 
if one is really middle-aged, ad- 
miU it publicly, and acts his age. 
he can get a great deal more out 
of life than by imitating college 
boys. 


MIDDLE AGE is like baldness. 
It is better to relax and enjoy it 


THE TIMID SOUL 


than try to comb it over and hide 
it t o n your friends. 


The big advantage of being mid­ 
dle-aged is that you oas still savor 
most of the tempered pleasures of 
youth—and demand many of the 
privileges of the elderly. You can 
keep a foot in both camps. And it 
can be a pleasant «raddle. 
When you are middle-aged you 
are «till young enough to do any­ 
thing you really want, but you have 
a perfect excuse to get out of any 
hectic foolishness that no longer 
appeals to you. You can still dance 
or play poker-as late as you choose, 
but when you go fishing the next 
meaning you can point at your 
graying temples and let the young 
people row the boat. 


MIDDLE AGE if an advantage 
fcnanaaily and aociaUy. Tell your 
boss, “Well, chief. I’m middle-aged 


By H. T. Webster 


at last,” and he will have to give 
you a raise in pay, figuring a man 
of your maturity ought to Ini mak­ 
ing more money. You can be the 
life of any party, too, for women 
will still think you are attractive— 
and your wifa won't mind, beoaute 
she knows you no longer are temp­ 
ted. 
Editor’s note: Boyle must be 
dreaming. 
Yes, middle age is best. Ik Is 
the period with no drawbacks. It 
is like a banked fire that gives 
a steady warmth, blowing neither 
too hot nor too cold. 
If more people realised this, they 
would gladly confess to middle age. 
But many art middle - aged and 
don’t know it. How can you tel!? 
It isn’t exactly a matter of years. 
A dog is middle-aged at six, but 
a eoQege president of 48 is con­ 
sidered young. 


THE BEAL TEST is tnoer, not 
chronological. Here are a few 
signposts of middle age: 
You turn first to the obituaries 
in the newspaper, instead of the 
sports page, and you feel vaguely 
cheated if somebody interesting 
hasn’t died the night before: 
You pay more attention to thft 
weather, and are sure the sum­ 
mers are hotter than they used 
to be. You reach for an umbrella 
if the aky is the least bit cloudy. 
You don’t listen to your wife any 
bettor, but you obey her more^ 
When you come to a night of 
«airs, you think of the stairs and 
not what is waiting at their t o p . 
You don’t s« down. Your knees 
unbuckle and you sag. 
Your best friend is no longer 
your dog, but your bottle of sodium 
bicarbonate pills 
You take your shoes off at every 
opportunity. 
You think teen-agers are much 
noisier and »ore worthless than 
when you were one. 
When you go to church, you 
catch yourself listening to » hat 
the minister is saying. 
These are Just a few signs of 
middle age. But the surest one of 
all is for a man to ait down and 
write himself a piece like this. 


By HENRY €. JIAC ARTHUR 


SACRAMENTO (CNS)-One of 
the headaches, or perhaps we 
might call it hasards, of being a 
newspaperman la that one never 
knows who, literally or figuratively, 
is going to take a poke at him 
next. 
A group of newsmen representing 
all the wire services and mo« of 
the leading 
newspapers of 
the 
state encountered the hazard at 
the close of the senate adult edu­ 
cation committee hearing when a 
charming young matron who iden­ 
tified herself as M rs.,a T. McCall, 
appearing as a citizen from Val­ 
lejo, told the committee she be­ 
lieved the prior day’s hearings had 
been grossly misrepresented in the 
press. 


HER STATEMENT CAME just 
after a witness before the commit­ 
tee admitted that an adult educa­ 
tion class was conducted in a Sac­ 
ramento department store during 
the 
Christmas 
holidays. 
This 
class, the cost of which all the tax­ 
payers in California helped defray, 
was in “gift wrapping.” 
It was also following a state­ 
ment to the committee that the 
state was helping with the expen­ 
ses of teaching 
people to 
play 
‘‘shuffleboard,” a game played pri­ 
marily at the neighborhood pub, 
or perhaps on shipboard by those 
who are fortunate enough to have 
enough money left over after pay­ 
ing school taxes to get on a ship. 
Mrs. McCall was particularly 
critical of mention made of the 
showing of a picture titled “TU- 
lies Punctured Romance,” in a 
state-supported 
adult 
education 
class on the cinema. She indicat­ 
ed she felt this was sensational, 
and also indicated that the ‘more 
constructive* features of the testi­ 
mony had been neglected. 


IN VIEW OF THE FACT that 
almost all of the stories emanat­ 
ing from coverage of the meeting 
mentioned “Tillie’s Punctured Ro­ 
mance,” the 
newsmen felt 
pri­ 
vately that there had been a meet­ 
ing of the minds on what consti­ 


tuted news, arrived at 
without 
inter-consultation. 
As Mrs. McCall identified her­ 
self before the committee as a 
“Housewife and mother** there ap­ 
peared to be no angle to her cri­ 
ticism, other than her own feel­ 
ings in the matter. 
However, newsmen are generally 
on the outlook for motive, and 
consequently, a check was made in 
Vallejo as to what, if any affilia­ 
tion Mrs. McCall had with the 
adult education program. 


IT WAS REPORTED back that 
her husband, Raymond, is an in­ 
structor in vocal musk in the Val­ 
lejo College, and at present, is 
writing a doctor’s thesis bn adult 
education! 
Virtually the entire tenor of the 
adult educators who attended the 
hearings has been one of resent­ 
ment of the facts concerning the 
adult educational program, which 
costs the taxpayers of the state' 
more than $9,000,000 annually. 


Although Mrs. McCall’s state­ 
ment was the only one voiced m 
public, there has been an unmis­ 
takable feeling, voiced in private, 
•gainst expose of the facte. 


THI» FEELING 18 understand­ 
able, in view of the fact that any 
curtailment of the 32,000 different 
courses offered at one time or an­ 
other in the adult education pro­ 
gram, would mean deletions for 
tfie government supported admin­ 
istrators, as well as the many 
teachers throughout the state who 
supplement their incomes with 
adult education funds. 


The attitude of the adult edu­ 
cators is a mirror-image of vir­ 
tually ail of those concerned with 
school administration, which is 
apparently, that the public is per­ 
fectly welcome to foot the bill, but 
it mustn’t ask questions about ad­ 
ministration or curricula. 


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This came to light in a report of 
a teachers* conference held in Buda­ 
pest recently in the presence of 
Hungary’s Communist boas, Premier 
Matyas Rakosi. The progress made 
to encouraging tale-bearing was a 
main theme of tie conference. The 
slogan: ‘ One child must control an­ 
other" was adopted. 
The Communist teachers applaud­ 
ed enthusiastically when one of 
their number addressed the confer­ 
ence and said: “Who would have 
thought, who would have dreamed, 
that the pupils themselves today 
control the truancy of their con* 
rades. The be« and model students 
elect control commissions who watch 
the laxy students and the truants, 
who réprima»! them and report 
them to the teachers, if their be* 
havkr dees a « improve. 
“How much nicer this is than to 
flit past, when the pupils protected 
themselves behind tow vack* of toff 


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'Money's Worth'- 


ED I TOR 
Independent-Journal 


Purely as an individual citizen, 
I would Uke to commend the In­ 
ti ep f ndent-Journal mo« highly on 
several counts. 
Outstanding at the moment is 


REMEMBER 
' WHEN? 


10 YEARS AGO 


A. C. Olney, head of Marin Jun­ 
ior College, and Ward Austin, vice 
principal, were on a pack trip into 
the high Sierra. 
• • • 
About 500 pi led rivers helping to 
build Marinship at Sausailto held 
a “Roast Hitler Barbecue” at the 
American Legion Log Cabin, San 
Anselmo. K. K. Bechtel, vice pres­ 
ident of the Bechtel Company, and 
Ralph Wood, general superintend­ 
ent of the Raymond Concrete Pile 
Company, spoke. 
• • • 
Dr. and Mrs. C. A. DeLancey 
entertained at a dinner party in 
honor of the birthday anniversary 
of Mrs. Phillip Kennedy. 
• * • 
Mrs. W. 7. Upton, new president 
of the Ran Rafael Improvement 
club, appointed 
three 
program 
chairmen: 
Mrs. 
Katherine 
B. 
Mean, Mrs. A. R. Marall, and 
Mfg. Charles P. Reindollar. 
• • * 
Mr, snd Mrs. Paul Rosier and 
their children Betty and Bob re­ 
turned from a vacation at Bay 
Meadows in Calaveras county. 


20 YEARS AGO 
Miss Sarah Christensen, daugh­ 
ter of the Rev. and Mrs. Charles 
Christensen of Novato, entertained 
» group of friends from Berkeley. 
• * * 
Tentative budget for Marin was 
slashed $65,000 below that of the 
preceding year. Slight decreases in 
salaries of the courthouse officers 
and employees and several other 
reductions resulted in a proposed 
budget of $777,746. 
• • • 
Miss Anne Pentz of San Rafael 
entertained at a tea. Assisting her 
were Miss Jean Howard, Barbara 
Beadsley, Merrill Jones, Charlotte 
ZteL Mrs. Walter Lees, Marie Lich- 
tenberg, Mrs, Porter Ashe, Mrs, 
Benjamin Gunn and Mrs. George 
Beardsley. 
* * • 
Mrs. T. J. Stanton entertained 
at a bridge party at Tamalpaie 
centre, Kentfield. 


* 
* 
* 
The children at Rosecraft were 
to present a fairy play which Miss 
Belle Miller had written for them. 
Figures on registration for vari­ 
ous parties for the August pri­ 
maries in Marin were: 12,28® Re­ 
publicans, 
5,774 
Democrats. 
«$ 
Socialists, ami • 817 declined to 
state. 
• « • 
Guest speaker at the meeting of 
M01 Valley, Rotary dub luncheon 
was Albert E. Bagslsaw, assistant 
U. 8, District- attorney. 
* * * 
| Vacationing on a ranch at f&i- 
fax for a month were B»|y Bryant, 
John Keast, Fred Keast, Richard 
Gundetiinger, Ben Guodeltinger 
and Lucien Marsh, all of Ban 
HafasL 
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The Independeat-jMmifti wel­ 
comes contributions to “« h a t 
Oar Readers Say.” Letters m a« 
be «gned, bat names will be 
withheld on request. The editor 
reserve* the right to delete mali, 
eious material. 


your comprehensive and honest 
coverage of the Dr. Wolff case. I 
have never seen a finer example 
of a newspaper performing a genu­ 
ine service to the public. Events 
have proven that, had it not been 
for your alert and factual report­ 
ing on that matter, mo« of Marin 
would have been badly informed 
or not at all concerning a matter 
they should certainly know about. 
If this coverage hat been largely 
the work of one reporter, may I 
take the liberty of saying that he 
or she certainly merits high praise? 
As a new subscriber, I have noted 
that the above instance is not the 
only praiseworthy feature of your 
paper. Your thorough coverage of 
all local news, so nicely balanced 
with national and international 
affairs, furnishes more genuine 
"money’s worth” than any paper I 
know of, local or metropolitan. It 
is of great assistance to one who 
desires to hk a good, well-informed 
citizen of the community. 
As long as we have a newspaper 
which fairly and fearlessly reports 
the facts as you are doing in the 
Wolff case, we have an excellent 
bulwark again« sub rose city and 


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county government with its Inevi­ 
table evils. 
(Please withhold my name) 
MU! Valley 


(Editor’s Note—We blush at toe 
high praise from our Mill Valley 
reader, and assure him we’re work­ 
ing every day to turn out a better 
and better newspaper.) 


Loyalty Oath Is 
Bar To Criticism 
EDITOR 
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Independent-Journal 
In the article About the “State 
Loyalty Oath” (Independent-Jour­ 
nal, Aug. 13) it mentions that the 
oath requires employees to swear 
that they are not members of any 
organization attempting to destroy 
the government by force or vio­ 
lence, 
Surely it is not more than rea­ 
sonable that people should be ex­ 
pected to support and uphold our 
Constitution and government ami 
not try to destroy the foundations 
of our democracy. 
But the present state loyalty 
oath goes farther than this. 
It 
places the signer under a virtual 
dictatorship and makes him sub­ 
ject to obey any orders handed 
down to him. It does not even 
allow him to question in his own 
mind the reasonableness of these 
orders. 
WALTER DALE 
San Rafael 


TODATS BUSINESS MIRROR 


Business Men Happier, 
Depression Fears Shelved 


By 8AM DAWSON 
NEW YORK (AV-Businessmen 
are swinging around to a happier 
frame of mind—if various pulse- 
takers are to be credited. 
Fears of 
depression, so 
pro­ 
nounced earlier this year, an- 
parently have been ihelved. 
Manufacturers, wholesale retail­ 
ers, bankers, stock broker» and 
some government officials are lin­ 
ing up on the side of the optimists 
in appraising prospects for the re« 
of the year. 


A POLL OF 1,277 business execu­ 
tives by Dun is Bradstreet shows 
the majority looking for increased 
sales volume the re« of the year, 
and most of them expect their 
operations to be profitable. 
Nearly all plan to maintain pres­ 
ent employment levels and some 
expect to hire more men. 


Most of the businessmen polled 
by Dun & Bradstreet aim believe 
inventory troubles have been treated 
out now. The majority expect in­ 
ventories to stay at present levels, 
although some are still engaged 
in paring them. 


TEXTILE MEN are especially 
happy. The Association of Cotton 
Textile merchants of New York 
says the 18-month squeeze ms 
profits has ended, 
Not only is 
mill activity on the increase, but 
so are textile prices. 


Strangely enough, rising prices 
usually bring more customers into 
the stores than do falling ones. The 
trade explains that when pices are 
felling, consumers wait to see how 
low they’ll go. When prices start 
up, customers start to buy again to 
beat future rises. 


T R Y A N D S T O P ME 
BENNETT CERF 
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Gordon 
MacRae 
is 
showing 
friends a cartoon he clipped from 
an English weekly. 
It depicts e 
couple of fellows playing darts in 
a London saloon. One of the darts 


has gone out of line and* clipped 
a table sitter in the beck of the 
noggin. 
The table 
sitter’s 
girl 
friend is impatiently grumbling, 
“Oh. you and your stabbing pains 
in the head.” 0 0 0 
When the late Sir Harry Laud- 
er, who was reported «ill to have 
his first shilling when he died, 
fir« appeared to New York, ha 
stepped at a shabby hotel where 
the board was 88 a week, am is 
included. Lauder ate so much the 
first two weeks that the landlady 
collared him at the door and said, 
"Beginning tomorrow, Tm going to 
have to charge you $10 a week.” 
Lauder expostulated. "Madam, you 
ktona do thot. 
Vm m ra sick 
from tirto’ to eat eight dollars* 
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FLUORIDATION, PRO & CON-1 
. 
Experts Split On 
Mineral's Value 


Editor's \ote*-Surtisig ic-day, the I n de pe nde nt Journal 
makes space available for discussion of the pros and cons of 
fluoridation. The "pro” arguments are provided by the Marin 
Citizens’ Committee for Children’s Dental Health, and by a 
representative of the dental health education committee of 
Marin Denial Society, and T on” slews by Citizens Medical 
Reference Bureau. Discussions will be printed daih through­ 
out this case. First article will state cases; later ones will be 
devoted to rebuttal. 


usiNEss a n d i n d u s t r i a l R ev iew 


Pro 


By BHD PENCE. Chairman 
Children's Dental Health Com. 
and DR. JAMES RIDEOUT, 
ttarte Denial Society 
We are privileged to present be­ 
fore the readers of the Independent- 
Joum tl a series of informative facts 
on a m atter which is 
receiving a 
great deal of atienikm throughout 
the nation, our subject is “fluori­ 
dation of Public Water Supplies" 
Defining our subject, fluoridation 
Is th t adjustment of the 
fluoride 
content of a public water supply to 
a desirable level for the prevention 
of dentil decay in children 
One of the greatest strengths of 
our democratic system is that we. 
the people, are given credit for be­ 
ing wise enough to evaluate facts, 
sift them from emotions, and come 
to a sound conclusion, by ourselves. 
In sticking strictly to facts, we hope 
to touch upon some points of 
in­ 
terest 
The average five gallon tank ©. 
drinking water in* California, used 
for drinking, contains from 1/3Q U 
% ounce of mineral 
or chemical 
solids. Most of these such as iron, 
cakiudi and magnesium are all es­ 
sential in the building of 
better 
teeth. 
They appear in our water 
naturally and are in no way detri­ 
mental. 


ORDINARILY APPEAR 
One of the minerals which fre­ 
quently appears naturally in water 
supplies is fluoride 
fluorides, like 
calcium, are 
necessary 
to 
build 
stronger teeth which are better able 
to resist cental decay 
For generations, millions of Amer­ 
icans have been drinking water that 
naturally contains fluoride; conse­ 
quently, fluoridation adds nothing 
that has not been in many water 
supplies for centuries. Some water 
supplies have too little, some 
too 
much, and others Just 
the 
right 
amount. 
In those communities 
found 
to 
have over two parts and up to 14 
parts of fluoride to every million 
parts of wstor, a mottling of the 
enamel was observed Though one 
would expect the teeth of the resi­ 
dents of such a community to be 
ridden with dental decay, this Is 
cot the case. The fluoride present 
reduced dental decay by 40 to 65 per 
cent. 
The problem in these com­ 
munities is to reduce the fluoride 
content to a more reasonable level 


NO DISCOLORATION 
After more than thirty-five years 
of research and observation of teeth 
in those areas where fluorides exist 
naturally it was found that one part 
fluoride for every one million parts 
water will give us that 60 bo «6 per 
cent reduction in dental decsy but 
will not stain or discolor teeth. 
On* such community Is Colorado 
Springs, where nature has put just 
about the right amount of fluoride 
in the water, at a ration of one part 
fluoride for every 
million 
parts 
water. 
Another is right here in 
Gfthfomia at Lcmoors Tulare coun­ 
ty. The people of 
Lemoore, who 
have been drinking that fluoridated 
water aU their lives, have 60 per 
cent less dental decay than thoee 
in nearby Tulare, where the water 
has up fluoride . 
The people of Lemoore, hke people 
In hundreds of other 
towns 
who 
have been drinking this 
properly 
and naturally fluoridated water for 
years have no evidenc^whatever of 
any staining o‘ the teeth 
It is findings such as these th st 
prompted scientists to consider the 
addition of fluoride to public waters 
of communities whose waters were 
fluoride-free. 


STARTED IN N. Y. 
The country's 
first 
fluoridation 
project was started in 1645 in New 
burgh, New York. 
Today, 
seven 
years later, this community proud­ 
ly points to a reduction in tooth de­ 
cay among its *ix year old children 
by 16 per cent. Grand Rapids. Mich., 
which commenced its project short­ 
ly »iter Newburgh, points to a St 
per cent reduction in its six-year- 
olds. 
These results came to the etten- 
tion of the country’s leading scien­ 
tific bodies to carry 
on 
further 
studies in th t benefits of fluorida­ 
tion to various sections of toe 
try After intensive research, toe :&• 
lowing organisations endorsed fluor- 
idttxm , based cm fscts evolved from 
their investigations: 
The American 
Medical 
associa­ 
tion, the American Dental associa­ 
tion. California State Dental asso­ 
ciation, California Medical associa­ 
tion. 
United States Public Health 
service. 
California Department of 
Public Health, 
National Research 
council. 
American 
Public Health 
association. 
Conference 
of 
m ate 
and l erritoria] Dental Health Direc­ 
tor* California Congress to Parents 
and Teachers, and California m a lt 
Junior Chamber of Commerce. 
Today, mare than S4f oommunl- 
ttes throughout th t P itted States 
are. fluoridating their water supplies 
and more; than 300 others have ap­ 
proved the measure. 
The nation's 
capital. Washington, D C . started 
fluoridation to June where the pro­ 
gram serves «00,000 people. 
util atari hi Aug- 


Con 


By CITIZENS’ MEDICAL 
REFERENCE BUREAU 
Marin county members of the 
“Citizens' Medical Reference Bureau, 
Inc.“ take toe position th at any at­ 
tempt to tamper with- the public 
water supply, except for purposes of 
purification, Jeopardizes the health 
of the community. 
We m aintain th at many persons 
do not believe th at the absence of 
fluorine in the drinking water is the 
cause of tooth decay and we oppose 
the fluoridation program as a form 
of compulsory medication. 
* We further maintain that it is 
impossible to arrive s t any average 
dose of fluoride th at would be “safe" 
for all person*. Some persons con­ 
sume many times as much drinking 
water as other persons and what is 
“safe" for one person may in its 
cumulative 
effect 
prove 
highly 
dangerous to other persons. 
MANY DENTISTS OPPOSE 
“I say th at fluoridation of city 
water is a subtle way to promote 
socialized dentistry," says George A. 
Srcndim an, D.D.S. to "Oral Hygiene 
Magazine" September 1651—"Many 
children who drink fluoridated water 
will continue to have caries, and 
their mothers will clamor for in­ 
creasing degrees of government in­ 
tervention. . . . It is an axiom to our 
government th st bureas slwsys ex­ 
pand; they never contract “ 
On May 14,1651, Dr. V. O. Hurme, 
D iiD . Director of Clinical Research 
for toe Forsyth Dental Infirm ary for 
Children in Boston, wrote the fol­ 
lowing in a letter to The New York 
Times: “ (you) can do the public a 
worthwhile service by calling atten­ 
tion te the appalling disparity be­ 
tween fact and fancy to this m atter 
which concerns the health of mil­ 
lions of citizens. The very nature of 
the fluoride program calls for well- 
integrated medical research 
pro­ 
grams, which may require at least 
So years to produce meaningful re­ 
sults. The insidiously cumulative ef­ 
fects of this halogen do not permit 
the making of hasty conclusions, If 
we aim to remain unemotionally 
scientific.“ 
Dr. Paul Manning, a Springfield, 
Mass., dentist and consulting chem­ 
ist* has made a thorough study of 
fluoridation and* is one of its most 
vigorous opponents. By his own defi­ 
nition Dr. Manning states, “Fluori­ 
dation is the mass medication of en­ 
tire populations by toe impregnation 
of entire water supplies of whole 
communities with metallic fluorine 
compounds incapable of being as­ 
similated as food, under conditions 
of duress, without cessation or rea­ 
sonable chance of escape.” This, he 
says, is intolerable to a free people. 
M D .'i ARE DOUBTFUL 
Says H. H. Newmann, M.D., from 
the school of dental and oral surgery, 
faculty of medicine of Columbia 
university: "Fluorine has been re­ 
ported to reduce caries to children. 
While 
introduction 
of 
fluorine 
should be welcome for want of any­ 
thing ipore effective, it is not justi­ 
fied to tack high hopes on it. Even 
though it is effective in reducing 
caries, its deficiency is certainly not 
the cause of decay.“ 
Poisonous character of fluorine 
compounds is revealed by the Jour­ 
nal of the American Medical asso­ 
ciation, February 10,1651; “Fluorine 
also tends to accumulate to bones, 
leading to hypercalcification and 
brittleness. Ligaments and tendons 
also become calcified. Serious symp­ 
toms may ensue, such as loss of mo­ 
bility of Joints, easy fracture and 
pressure on spinal cord.“ 
Dr. Thomgs L. Meador, city health 
officer, Portland, Oregon, repeated 
“T hat the treatm ent of city water 
and the public demand for such a 
thing was a so-called ‘fad1 or too king 
for th t fountain of youth.“ 
EXPERIMENTS INCOMPLETE 
Beginning to 1641 a number of 
experiments were instituted to as­ 
certain the effect upon tooth decay 
in children of school age resulting 
from toe addition of fluoride to the 
public water supply. These experi­ 
ments were under toe sponsorship of 
toe U B Public Health service and 
various state universities and public 
health departments. These experi­ 
ments art now only five or six years 
old and are that tfo rt only about half 
complete. They were planned to 
c o u r a 10 to 13 pear period 


Miracle 
Of Necchi 
Explained 


Free demonstration* and instruc­ 
tions a rt offered for those who find 
it hard to believe th a t one 
j can do so much, says P. J. McGow­ 
an of the McGowan's Sewing Ma- 
| chines. 
j 
He is referring to toe Necchi 
(prounced Neck-ee) all-purpose m a­ 
chine which am sew straight or 
zig-zag, embroider, dam , make but­ 
tonholes of any size or shape, and 
all this without any attachments. 
* Exclusive Necchi dealers for Marin 
county for three and one-half yean, 
McGowan's Sewing Machines is lo­ 
cated to San Rafael next to the 
Rafael Theater at 1114 Fourth street 
A sewing teacher, one of whom is 
Teresa Pinza shown in the adjoin­ 
ing picture, is on hand at all times 
for free demonstrations and instruc­ 
tions without obligation. 
“We have sold several hundred to 
Marin county," says McGowan. “We 
not only sell, but we alto repair and 
service all makes of machines and 
vacuum cleaners." 
The present store was established 
in 1640, but owner McGowan has 
had nearly 30 years of experience 
in this line of business. The high 
cost of ready-made garm ent* he 
points out, is turning more and 
more people to the sewing machine. 
And sewing these* days with the 
Necchi machine is no effort at all, 
according to the demonstrators at 
the store. It can handle anything 
from the finest silk to the heaviest 
draperies, and leather and even 
wooden boards if need be. 
They come to all models from 
portables to the regular ones that sit 
on cabinets. 
A Necchi machine like toe ones 
stocked at McGowan's made its ap­ 
pearance at toe Marin Art and G ar­ 
den Pair held last month. That gras 
only one of to t model* but It put 
on a good show for toe thousands 
who threaded through the various 
exhibits to see for themselves. 


ust. 
Other Meal communities th at 
have approved fluoridation to Call» 
forma include 
Martinez, Anttorh, 
Hayward, Oakland. Sunnyvale, «id 
Pleasanton. Rio Vista and Morgan 
Hill are already fluoridating 
their 
water supply. 
Here to Marin county, unfortun­ 
ately we do not have naitsaRy pres­ 
ent fluorides m our water supply. 
Our Marin county medical and den­ 
tal societies and the health depart­ 
ment endorse fluoridation and wt 
are grateful fcr this opportunity to 
preaent before the people of Marin 
this series ©f Informative 
articles 
cm fluoridation so that we nay fel­ 
low toe example to hundreds to 
other communities which are now 
fortifying their water with 
tooth 
saving fluorides for the benefit to 
our children. 
The safety and economy of fluor­ 
idation will be presented in a fol- 
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LOOKS TRICKY BUT ACTUALLY 'TIS SIMPLE 
Ever tee “tricks up somebody's sleeve”? Well, 
here’s one that actually does "tricks” up your 
sleeve, says sewing instructor Teresa Pinza, 
but it’s no trick at all. The new Necchi 
machine here can sew four-hole buttons, 
zig-zag and yet straight, hemstitch, embro:X 


and everything conceivable except perhaps 
wash and iron thd shirt for you. The man \tfth 
.the Aloha shirt is F. J. McGowan, owner of 
McGowan’s Sewing Machines on 1114 Fourth 
street, San Rafael, where "Neck-ee” machines 
are demonstrated, distributed, and serviced* 
Savings And Loan Assn. 
Chalks Up Record High 


For the sixth consecutive your, 
the rate o f growth to savings held 
by the nation’s savings and loan 
associations has been greater than 
that of any of the other five basic 
forms to long-term saving* accord­ 
ing to R. Keith Dearth, secretary- 
treasurer and manager of the North­ 
western Savings and Loan associa­ 
tion of Mill Valley. 
Savings in this type of thrift and 
home-financing institution increased 
by $2,101,000,600 during 1651, for a 
15 per cent gain. Dearth said that 
ail indications seem to point toward 
this record being broken in 1652. 
"to California alone," said the 
MUI Valley manager, “nearly 680,000 
persons now have accounts to sav­ 
ings associations for a total to over 
$1,500,000.000." 
HIGHEST RETURN 
In his opinion there ere many 
reasons for the increasing popular­ 
ity of the savings and loen or build­ 
ing and loan (the two are synony­ 
mous) association. 
For one thing, he say* it offers 
the highest return, consistent with 
safety, to the public on their money. 
A saver to, the association has his 
account injured up to $10,000 by the 
Federal Savings and Loan Insurance 
Corporation 
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m ent-hom e loans, he points o u t 
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Dearth said th at during 1651, sav­ 
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The volume in California, alone 
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“Prospective home owners will al­ 
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ested to their plans for home pur­ 
chase* and, most important, well 
versed to this'lieid, since these in­ 
stitutions lend on no other type of 
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Shaw Won't Talk About Title, 
Warns Of False Confidence 


«AH FRANCISCO GJJ6 — Cat»I 
Buck Shaw of the Sen Francisco 
Forty Nicer* would not say his club 
is on its w*y to the National Foot- 
bell Leagt» championship today 
even though they scored an impres­ 
sive. 25 to 0, victory over the Wash­ 
ington Redskins. 
“I won’t be sure until I study the 
pictures, but I feel that we can’t 
use this game as a yardstick.,** Shaw 
said, *1 hope it doesn't fhrc us a lot 
of false confidence.” 
Whether or not Shaw get« any 
false confidence about the team as a 
whole, the 35,234 fans felt that he 
should he quite pleased with the 
work of fullback Joe Perry and look 
forward to repeat per formates from 
such linemen as tackles Leo Nome- 
hnnl and Ray Collin*. 
FIRST GREAT 
Perry proved to be the moat im­ 
pressive back on the field In the 
one-sided contest yesterday as he 
scored four of the Forty Niner a tire 
touchdowns and set up the fifth 
tally with a 77-yard run. 
The o tto touchdown was scared 
by J. R. Boone. Gordon Saltan 
kicked four points after touchdown 
and ths other point came on a pass 
from A&ert to Boone. 
Albert performed like the highly 
regarded field general he is. Be 
completed eight out of 10 puses for 


Tiburón Win 
Skein Stops 
% 
At 6 Games 


An aroused team of Sixth Army 
soldiers rose up at Tiburon’s Judge 
Field Sunday and shot down a sur­ 
prised Tiburan Pelican who had been 
flying high on the six-game win 
streak that extended over two 
months. The San Pranciaoo dog­ 
faces took a fifth inning lead and 
coasted to an 8-1 win. 
The victory by the Army boy», who 
had lost a 7-1 decision to the San 
Rafael Athletic* Friday evening, only 
served to confuse observers who had 
predicted the Tiburoners could easily 
stretch their two-game streak over 
the A’a to three when the rival* 
meet on August 21 in Tiburon 
An tmustuiittjr Ineffective Hal Kelly 
was the victim of the upset, giving 
up U hits, four walks, and striking 
out five, JSax&etati and wotim«» gpht 
chores for the visitors, striking out 
five and walking an equal number 
between them. 
TIBURON TAKES T«an 
The Pelicans struck first in the 
opening frame a* Eddie Vlgno 
doubled, Joe Morello walked and 
Frank DeSouxa sacrificed, Charlie 
Locati drew another free pass to 
load the sack* and Nick Kobseff got 
a fielder s choice and scored Vlgno 
with the only run. 
The soldiers tied things in the 
third as John Lemon doubled and 
came home after two outs on a 
single by Joe Potts. Tiburon threat­ 
ened to return in the fourth a* 
Johnny Barsxi slammed a two bag­ 
ger, moved to third, and died. 
The visitor* settled things in the 
fifth as HolHhan tripled, Ole Mart­ 
inson. singled, Dick Silva and Lemon 
drew fielder’s choices for two outs, 
and Pott* singled 
Fred Viviani 
singled. Busfch walked and Jim 
Sherrill singled Viviani in with the 
last of four run», 
HE DIED ON THUD 
Barski threatened again for Ti­ 
buron in the sixth as he walked, 
went to second on Georg« Mar- 
tegani'a single, to third as Ray Al- 
bertlni drew an error, and died 
* again. 
Three insurance runs scored for 
the Army in the ninth as Martinson 
singled, Silva drew an error, Lemon 
doubled for one run, Potta soloed 
for another and Viviani drew a 
fielder’s choice. Husich scored Lean» 
on a long ily to center 
Tan box score: 
9 
TIBURON 
ah 
Vigno, 2b 
— ------4 
Mo:ello, cf . 
______ 3 
DeSouza. c 
_ ___ 4 
Lociti, If 
3 
Kobjeif, lb ___________ 4 
Baxxki ss »»«i._ 2 
Mantegani, r f _________ 3 
Albertini, 3b 
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3 
Kelly, p --------------------- 4 


•1 yards and two touchdowna and 
carried the ball three times for an 
average of 17J yards. 
On the Washington side of the 
ledger, it appeared that they were 
just outmanned by a more experi­ 
enced and tougher toe. The Skins’ 
highly regarded trio of quarterbacks, 
Sammy Baugh, Harry Gilmer, and 
Eddie LeBaron, were rushed all day 
by the Forty Niner line. 
CHOC CHOO STOPPED 
Halfback Charley “Choo Choo’’ 
Justice also had a rough time of it 


getting through the San Francisco 
forward line. 
LeBaron disappointed many of the 
fans who remembered him from his 
College of Pacific days. The rugged 
little Marine hero attempted 14 
passes and completed six of them. 
Many observers offered the opinion 
that LeBaron might prove too small 
for pro football, but his coach, Dick 
Todd, said that Eddie, like most of 
the boys on the club, was only a 
rookie and would shape up W ore 
the season got too far along. 
S 1 0 1R.l S 


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BY ASSOCIATED PRESS 
GOLF 
KANSAS CITY — Jack Burke Jr. 
Dallas, and Cary Middlecoff, Men- j 
phis, tied for lead in $15,000 Kansas 
City Open Tournament with 72-hole 
scores of 27«. 
* 
• 
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EUGENE, Ore. — Tommy Jacobs, 
17, Montebello, Calif., won the Na­ 
tional Jayces Junior championship 
with two-over-par 290 for 72 holes. 
TENNIS 
NEWPORT, R. I. — Frank Sedg- 
man defeated Ken McGregor, 6-3, 
6-2, 12-14, 6-3, in ali-Australian fi­ 
nal of Newport Invjtaticn Tourna­ 
ment. 
• * • 
CHICAGO—Crafty Admiral $3.40 
galloped to a three-length triumph 
in $44,300 Whirlaway Handicap at 
Washington Park. 
• 
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MANCHESTER, Mass. — Mau­ 
reen Connolly, San Diego, Calif,. 


Rocky, Joe To 
Meet In Philly 
NEW YORK (UJ!)—Promoters Jim 
Norris and Herman Taylor finally 
announced today the heavyweight 
title fight for which champion Jer­ 
sey Jot Walcott and unbeaten 
Rocky Marciano have been training 
a week. * 
The 15-round bout will be staged 
at Philadelphia's municipal stadium 
on Sept. 23. That confirm» what the 
United Press reported exclusively 
last Tuesday. 
Walcott, 3«, and Marciano, 27, are 
expected to attract 65000 fans and 
$200,000 at the huge stadium where 
Jack Dempsey and Gent Tunney 
drew 120,757 and 21 JOS,733 in 1026. 


won the Essex Tournament with a 
4-6, 6-0, 6-3 victory over Louise 
Brough. Beverly Hills, Calif. 
• 
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• 
RACING 
SARATOGA SPRINGS, N. Y. — 
One Count $10.20 won the 83rd run­ 
ning of Travers Stake for three- 
year-olds. Native Dancer $3.40 took 
the Saratoga Special for two year 
olds. 
• • • 
AUTO RACING 
SPRINGFIELD, HI. - Mike Na- 
zarak, Hempstead, N. Y., set a world 
record of 106.41 m.p.h. on a dirt 
track in qualifying heat of 100-mile 
race, won by Bill Schind^r, Free­ 
port. N.Y., in world record time of 
1 hour, 3 minutes and 36.14 seconds, 
an average of 94.32 m.p.h. 


CALIFORNIA 
OUTDOORS 


Lopez Warns 
Tribe, 'Hustle 
Or Else 


Doby Benched For 
r 'Loafing' As Tribe 
Opens Title Drive 


NEW YORK 3JJD—Al Lopes charg­ 
ed tip fils Indians with a “hustle or 
else” edict today for their final tour 
of the eastern badlands where they 
have cracked up in o tto years in 
the stretch drive for the pennant 
1 He demonstrated how topgh he 
could get yesterday when he order­ 
ed slugging star Larry Doby out 
of the first game with the White 
Sox for failing to bustle. The In­ 
dians swept both games, 6 to 2 and 
2 to 1, to move within l 1* games of 
the Leading Yankees, Doby, the 
league’s biggest run producer with 
83, s%$ on the bench all the way 
after his misadventureJn the fourth 
inning of the open». 


FAILS TO HUSTLE 
The Incident occurred when Doby, 
apparently piqued because the scor­ 
er did not give him a hit on a ball 
that was fumbled by Eddie Robin­ 
son, failed to get from first to third 
on a single to right by Luke Easter. 
Wally Westlake, Doby * replacement 
did not get a hit, although the In­ 
dians won both games on fine pitch­ 
ing by Bobby Feller and Mike Gar­ 
cia. 
The comeback of the two right 
handers also was significant since 
neither had been of much use late­ 
ly. Feller pitched six-hit ball to win 
his first game since Aug. 3, while 
Garcia, who had been batted out 
six straight times, turned in a steady 
eight hitter for hie 15th win. It was 
his first victory sin«» July 34. 
w 
The Indians open a series in Bos­ 
ton Tuesday. Then move to New. 
York to play*the Yankees in a make 
or break series on Friday. 
Gepe Woodling picked a fine th&e 
to get his 100th hit of the year, 
singling home the winning run for 
the Yankees in the ninth in their 
3 to 2 conquest of Boston, also high­ 
lighted by the two-hit three-fhning 
scoreless relief pitching of young 
Tom Gorman. In o tto American 
League games, the Browns topped 
the Tigers, 4 to 2, then lost, 4 to 2, 
while the Senators defeated Phila­ 
delphia, 7 to 2, then lost 11 to 7. 


bum s* lead cut 
Kaldrews pitched four hit ball for 
the Phillies to defeat the Dodgers, 
2 to 1, for the third time this year 
and cut their lead to 
74 games 
over the Giants, who split with the 
Braves. Boston took the opener, 
to 3 as Giant manager Leo Duro- 
cher had to be restrained from slug­ 
ging umpire Augie Donatclli. Dave 
Koslo, celebrating the arrival of a 
son, pitched six-hit ball to wip the 
second game, 4 to 3. Rookie Stu 
Miller of the Cardinals almost be­ 
came the tijrsi hurlrr in history to 
break into the majors with two 
straight shutouts, settling for a 2 
to 1 victory over the Reds, who scor­ 
ed an unearned tally in the ninth. 
The Cubs defeated the Pirates, I 
to 2. as pitcher Bob Rush drove in 
three runs with a triple and force 
out, and the Pirates took the second 
game, 5 to 2, with Ralph Kiner’i 
26th homer supplying the margin. 
In the opener at Detroit where 
the players must have become con­ 
fused over which dugout to go to, 
form« tiger Vic Wertzwerts hit a 
two-run homer to beat his farmer 
teammates as former Brownie Jim 
Delsing homered for the losers and 
former Tiger Gene Bearden pitched 
his seventh victory * of the year, 
dinner Brownie Ned Garver made 
his first start for Detroit a winning 
one in the nightcap, setting down 
his old buddies with nine hits. 


Iron Man' Leads Muir 
To 
Straight Victory 
Star Hurls 3-Hitter, 
Hits Homer, 2 Singles 
I 


. . . . B'S ironman Fred DeMartini went wild yesterday at Mill 
Valley's Boyle Park and there was no one around who could stop 
him. 
d 
The strong lefthanded Muir Woods VFW chucker sweltered 
♦through nine innings on the mound, 
striking out 10 and giving up only 
LEAGUE 
STANDINGS 


PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE 
Result* Sunday, August 17 
Oakland 8. Los Angeles 4 
Oakland 10, Los Angeles 1 (3d) 
Hollywood 15. San Francisco 5 
Hollywood 7, San Francisco « (2d) 
San Diego 7, Sacramento 0 
San Diego 4. Sacramento 1 (2d) 
Portland 4, Seattle 2 
Portland 6, Seattle 0 (2d) 
W 
L 
Pet. GB 
Oakland ___ 
82 
58 
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Hollywood __ 
83 
58 .586 
San D:ego - __ 
78 
63 .557 
Portland ____¿».72 
69 All 
Seattie ........... 
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68 .507 


14 
44 
11 
U/4 
164 
35 
31 


Los Angeles 
67 75 
.472 
San Francisco__ . 58 83 
.411 
Sacramento ..........52 89 
369 
How the Serie» Ended 
Oakland 6, Los Angeles 1 
Hollywood 5, San Francisco 
Sacramento 4, San Diego 3 
Portland 6. Seattle 3 
Games Tonight 
Sacramento at Hollywood—Flores 
(7-7) vs. Lindell (19-8). Only game 
scheduled. 


AMERICAN LEAGUE 
Results Sunday, August 17 
New York 3, Boston 2 
Washington 7, Philadelphia 3 
Philadelphia 13, Washington 
(2d) 
Cleveland 8, Chicago 2 
Cleveland 2, Chicago 1 (2d) 
St. Louis 4. Detroit 2 
Detroit 4, St. Louis 2 (2d) 
W 
L 
Pet. 
New York 
.... 69 
Cleveland ______ 67 
Boston ....... „..«I 
Washington .81 
Chicago ..... 
60 
Philadelphia ...... . 57 
St. Louis ...... 50 
Detroit ..... 
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49 
51 
56 
58 
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10 
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NATIONAL LEAGUE 
Remits Sunday, August 17 
Philadelphia 2, Brooklyn 1 
Boston 7. New York 2 
New York 4, Boston 2 
New York 4, Boston 2 (2d, 2 ins. 
darkness) 
Chicago 5, Pittsburgh 2 
Pittsburgh 5. Chicago 2 (2d) 
St. Louis 2, Cincinnati 1 


Brooklyn 
New York ... 
St. Louis .. L 
Philadelphia 
Chicago 
Boston 
Cincinnati 
Pittsburgh 


W 
73 
66 
67 
61 
57 
49 
49 


L 
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56 
49 
52 
58 
64 
67 
34 


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14 
184 
254 
27 
424 


three MU mid then turned to the 
plate to smash out a home run and 
two singles for four times at bat 
DeMartini’s performance was good 
enough to give the Mill VaUeyaaa 
an 8-6 wia over Feil Radio from San 
Francisco and extend the . team’s 
winning ways to seven games in suc­ 
cession. DcMartini, holding almost 
exclusive dominion over the Boyle 
Park mound, has been credited with 
six of the seven wins and all hut 
one other of the team’s five previous 
triumphs 
The San Frandseo boys were one 
of the rougher teams to visit Mill 
Valley this season and wore fresh 
from winningHhe American Leagus 
division of the S. F. recreation loop 
summer play. 
MUIR 8CORE8 FIRST 
Mill Valley scored first In the sec­ 
ond, with two markers on hits by 
Eddie Reichmuth, Don Casey, and 
Skip Larkin, who travelled 
down 
from Camp Stoneman to take the 
jdaee of the absent Bob Gini. 
In the fourth it was two more as 
DcMartini and Stan Woodard, just 
recovering from becoming a father 
for the third time, singled and scor­ 
ed on an error. 
The Fed boys came back with two 
in the fifth on one hit to move the 
score to 4-2, but fell behind again 
a* the hosts sent three in in their 
half of the same frame. Singles by 
Reichmuth and Clarence 
Hobson 
and DeMartini’s long blow to the 
road between left and center did 
the trick. 
The locals finished things off in 
the sixth with a single run on 
dqpble by Len Olivers and an er­ 
ror. Fell scored once in the seventh 
on one hit and again three times 
in the eighth on a hit, two walks 
and two errors. 
The box score: 
MUIR WOODS VFW 
ab 
Larkin, ss ....................— J 
Woodward, 2b-cf — ------3 
Wensloff. If .... 
— 4 
Olivers, 3b ---------------------4 
Clyde, rf ------------ ...— ~ 2 
Fillipi, rf ......----------— 3 
Reichmuth, cf — 
— 3 
Homen, 2b ........-......—- - 2 
Hobson, lb ------------------- 3 
Casey, c ........ — - 4 


Stars Meet Sacs Tonight 
In Bid For League Lead 


BY ASSOCIATED PRESS 
Johnny lindell gets a chance to 
notch his 20th Pacific Coast League 
victory of the year when Ms Holly­ 
wood club clashes tonight In a re­ 
take of ths July 24th game sue* 
©ossfully jwotatied by BncnunMito. 
The Stars won that one. 5-3, but 
League Pray Clarence Rowland up­ 
held Sac Manager Joe Gordon’s sec­ 
ond inning protest. Play «arts to 
the Hollwood half of the »¡mmi fa» 
»mg. The seme stand* at 1-1 and 
runners will be cu fix« and second 
with asm out and a 2-2 count on the 
bitter. 
There'S more at stake, however, 
lea* Hollywood. If the Stars man­ 
age to whip the SoSans again they 
will go into a tie with Oakland tor 
first place. Last week Big Jmwn t o - 
led the Stars into tike league lead 


and wiH be out to do it again when 
he faces Sacramento» Jease Flores. 
Hollywood had an esay ttom of 
it yesterday taking the opener from 
San Francisco 15-5. Then the Stars 
«aged a seventh toning rally to 
make it a clean sweep 7-6. . 
They didn't gain any ground as 
Oakland wMpped Los Angeles 8-4 
and 16-1. The Oaks piled up nine 
runs to the first inning of the night­ 
cap. 
Portland aIso copped a double- 
header and fourth place. The Beav­ 
ers snared the opener 4-2 and re­ 
lumed for a 6-6 shutout as Fkwd 
Sanford pitched a neat one-hitter. 
Ouy Fletcher and Ben Flowers 
pitched t o Diego to 7-6 and 4-1 
victories 
over 
Sacramento. 
Lou 
Klein slapped a home run tor the 
Padre* m to* nightcap. 


By UNITED PRESS 
The fall flight of ducks in the 
Pacific flyway will show a “moderate 
to considerable” increase over last 
year, according to Albert M. Day, di­ 
rector of the fish and wild life serv­ 
ice. 
Day said early checks by his 
agency show the goose flight on 
the Far West flyway probably will 
be “about the same as 1951.” 
Day said the national outlook for 
ducks this fall looks pretty en­ 
couraging- 
“Dude hunters can antidpate in­ 
creases over last year to the fall 
flights that will range from ‘slight* 
to ‘major’ across the nation, the di­ 
rector said. 
“With increased breeding popula­ 
tion and production, it seems defi­ 
nite that there will be a major in­ 
crease to the number of ducks mov­ 
ing southward through the Central 
flyway. 
~nm fill flight to the Mississippi 
flyway will undoubtedly show a 
moderate improvement over last 
year while the Atlantic area may ex- 
'pect a small mcrease in dabbling 
ducks and at to d a moderate boost 
of divers this fall,* Day reported. 
f 
* * • 
Federal regulations for hunting 
doves and pigeons in California this 
season have been announced by the 
U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, 
Ail dove seasons to California ex­ 
tend from September I to Septem­ 
ber 90. but white-winged doves may 
be taken only in Imperial county. 
White-wing hunters in Imperial will 
get an extra 15 days over the 1951 
season to conform with the dove 
season to the rest of the state. 
Dally hag and possession limit is 
19 birds and shooting hours are 
from a half-hour before sunrise to 
a half-hour past sunset except on 
opening day when the firing starts 
at noon. 
* 


San Diego To Play 
lit Little Series 


SANTA MONICA (SV~£an Diego 
has qualified for the little League 
baseball world series after beating 
Santa Monica 7-3 in an overtime 
toning for the r e g i o n a l title 
Saturday. 
Salt Lake City took third place 
by beating Vallejo 3-0. 
The little League finals will be 
played in Williamsport, Pa„ starting 
August 26. 


SOFTBALL TITLE 
GAME TONIGHT 


The San Rafael Softball Lea­ 
gue’s second half, A division 
championship will be at stake 
tonight when the Lucky Spots 
ami Dugouts match their un­ 
beaten records at Albert Field. 
The stogie game will start at 8 
o’clock. 


Winn» in the first half, the 
Lucky Spots can clinch the title 
with a victory tonight. However, 
should the Dugouts win, the two 
teams would face further play­ 
off play. 


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ONE SHOT, ONE BUCK FOR BOY 
Thirteen-year-old Jackie Burris, son of Mr. and Mrs. Damon 
Burris of 38 Tiburon boulevard, Alto, bagged this 135-pound buck s 
with one shot last week at the Steve Balzan ranch in Bolinas. 
Although the Alto Hementary school eighth grader had been hunt­ 
ing before with his dad, this was the first bUtk he’d ever killed. It 
was the biggest de» taken on the Balzan ranch in a to g time and 
one of the largest killed in Marin county this season. 


FOOTBALL CAMPAIGN 
Marin Semi-Pros Slate 
3 Games At Kentfield 


Marin Cricket 


Club Triumphs . 


The Marin Cricket Club has 
reached finals in the Price Cup 
tournament to Northern California 
Cricket Association play after a big 
victory over the strong San Fran­ 
cisco Olympic Club in semi-finals 
yesterday. The score was 95 for three 
wickets, 92 all out. 
Outstanding fielding by the Ma­ 
rin players was credited with the 
overwhelming victory while individ­ 
ual stars were Jack Pote-Hunt who 
scored 57 runs, not out and John 
Anderson had 22 not out. Anderson 
also took six wicket« for 24 runs to 
bowling. 


Wide-Open Race Seen 
In Natl Amateur Meet 


SEATTLE, Wash. diJO — AH the 
dreams and hopes built up after a 
year’s studious practice went on the 
firing line today as match plav got 
under way in the 52nd Annual U S. 
National Amateur golf tournament. 
With defending champion Billy 
Maxwell of Odessa, Tex., and such 
former titlehoiders as Charley Coe, 
Sam Urzetta and the incomparable 
Chick Evans in the field, it was re­ 
garded as a wide-open race. 
Byron Nelson, the one-time king 
of the professionals, looked over the 
rolling fairways and the heavily- 
wooded roughs of the Seattie golf 
dub. 
“Tim man who wins this tourna­ 
ment will be a real champion,” he 
said. *TMs course isn’t exceaiteely 
tough, but it is a tone tost of golf. 
Ycu cant hack your way around on 
this Jay-out and come out on top.” 
In the feature matches today. 
Maxwell opened his campaign to 
bocome a two-time winner by taking 


on Ira Grub» of Pottstown. Pa. Ur- 
zetta, takes on Marion (Bux) His- 
key, Twin Falls, Ida., while Coe and 
Prank Stranahan. the Toledo mil­ 
lionaire drew byes, along with 54 
others. 
One of the first day’s top attrac­ 
tions pits 20-year-old Ken Venturi 
of San Francisco, California state 
amateur champ and a member of 
the XJM, America s cup team, against 
Arnold Blum, of Macon, Ga„ one 
of the country’s finest match play­ 
ers. 
t 
In the final tune-ups, the best 
pre-tournament scare am this course 
was posted by Don Cherry of New 
York City. Be had a 66. Par is OS­ 
SO—71 on the iJ33-ysrd course. 
Hi llman Robbins « Memphis, Temu 
had a 67 — without stoking a stogie 
long putt. Johnny Dawson, veteran 
from Bollywood, had a 69; and 
Maxwell a 70. Jim Ferri» of Long 
Beach, Southern California amateur 
champion, had a boie ta-one — but 
to with a 


Lippy Almost 
Punched Ump, 
Faces Fine 


NEW YORK <UB — Manager Leo 
Durobher of the Giants, who was 
only an impulse away from lifetime 
banishment from baseball, faced a 
fine and possible suspension today 
for what looked a lot like an attempt 
to punch Umpire Augie Don&telii. 
Giant front office officials, ad­ 
mitting that Durocher would have 
been banned from baseball for life 
had he punched the umpire, conced­ 
ed that Leo would be fined but 
hoped that he would avoid a sus­ 
pension. 
The incident occurred in the ninth 
inning of yesterday’s open» with 
the Boston Braves and Warren Giles, 
President of the National League 
was telephoned a full report on it 
last night 
Durocher, attempting to make 
light of the affair, refused to con­ 
firm or deny that he had attempted 
to Mt Donaielli. 
' It s just like any manager being 
thrown out of a ball game. Thai s all 
there is to it ” he said. 
ASKS FOR BALL 
The incident flared up suddenly 
as Hal Gregg, fifth Giant pitch» to 
the open», reached the mound from 
the bullpen to start the ninth toning. 
Donatel!i, umpiring at second base, 
asked to examin# the baseball. Dur­ 
ocher grabbed the ball from Gregg’s 
glove and threw it instead to plate 
umpire Al Barlick. 
* ! 
Aft» a brief exchange of words, 
Donate«! waved Durocher out of the 
game. The Giant manager jumped 
into the air waving both arms. Then 
he cocked hit right am a* if to 
throw a punch and raced aftor 
Donate!!: Grimm, coaching at third 
base, rushed between the two and 
fended Durocher away with the aid 
of Barlick and third base umpire 
Toon Gorman while Giant shortstop 
Alvin Dark threw bis arms around 
DonateHL 


Assured of at least three home 
games, the Marin Athletic Club 
semi-pro football team steps up its 
practice campaign this week to pre­ 
paration for its opening game on 
September 8. 
, 
The semi-pro club was given per­ 
mission to use the’College erf Marin 
gridiron three times this season, 
September 6, 13 and November 11. 
They open their campaign against 
the South San Francisco Wind- 
breakers in a Saturday night game, 
September 6 at Kentfield. 
Permission to use the field was 
given the semi-pros this morning 
by College of Marin Athletic Direc­ 
tor Arleigh Williams. Williams said 
“the school will do everything it can 
to cooperate with the Marin Athle­ 
tic club.” 
The additional three games brings 
to 28 the number of grid contests 
slated at Kentfield this fall by the 
Marin Tars, Tam, Drake, Marin 
Catholic high schools and the semi- 
pros. At first this was feared to be 


Kim Scores Sixth 
Straight Knockout 


HOLLYWOOD (U.fi) — Honolulu’s 
Phil Kim had southern California 
fight fans clamoring today for a 
match between the Hawaiian wild­ 
cat and California’s golden boy, Art 
Aragon. 
, 
The tough stocky welterweight of 
Korean lineage raised the pitch of 
the Aragon-Kim battle cry Saturday 
night when he thumped Freddy 
(Babe) Herman down the trail of a 
third round technical knockout. It 
was Kim's sixth straight stateside 
win, all of which have been kayoes. 


too much of & load on the turf and 
the school’s board of trustees left 
the Athletic dub’s request up to 
Williams. 
^ The semi-proa coached by Jack 
So brer o 
and 
J a c k 
Fiagerman, 
meanwhile have been practicing 
thrice weekly at San Rafael High’s 
baseball field. 
Their complete schedule has not 
been announced as yet but they will 
play leading semi-pro clubs from 
throughout n o r t h e r n California. 
Other than the Windbreak» game, 
other contests definitely slated are 
September 20 at Petaluma and an 
Armistice Day game at Kentfield 
against the National Guard Bat­ 
talion from San Mateo. 


Zátopek Spurns 


U i. Tour Offer 


VIENNA m — Emil Zátopek, 
Czechoslovakia’s triple gold medal­ 
ist in the recent Olmpics, spurned 
bids to visit the United States to­ 
day, calling the offers “ridiculous, 
unsportsmaxilike.” 
« 
The world’s marathon champion, 
broadcasting over the Prague ra­ 
dio, said whUe at Helsinki he had 
received numerous offers to run to 
America. 
He said, howev». the offers were 
to run on “circus” tracks unsuitable 
for his long-distance running. He 
added: 


“I only laughed when I received 
these 
ridiculous, 
unsportsmanlike 
off«s.” 


Bin Engeln, new umpire to the 
National League, was once a bat 
boy for the St. Louis Browns to the 
days of George Sisier. 


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3hthrpnthrnf-3mnnal. Monday, Aug. 18. 1952 
f 


South Marin Recreation 
Center Election Tomorrow 
Fiv* new members of the board 
. of governors of 
southern 
Marin 
Recreation center will be elected to- 
morrow night at the annual meet- 
teg of the organization It is sched­ 
uled for 8 p. a . to the recreation 
center building 
Although seven members of the 
board see their ter»» expire, only 
five «111 be re-elected to bring the 
board into conformiiy with the by­ 
law« which call for 11 members on 
the foeeming body. Due to a mm- 
take, the board has been operating 
with more than the required num­ 
ber. 
There will be at least 10 candid­ 
ates' for the five terms, each to rim 


Car Hits Cbw On 
Nevada Highway, 
Man, 71, Killed 


•KLKO, Jfov. m — A J. Court«- 
manche, 71 Los 
was killed when his 
and bounced headon into another 
machine seven miles east of here 
on U. 8. Highway 40 Saturday night 
Courtemanche’s wife, Alice, 86, and 
the two persons In the other car, 
Mr. and Mrs. William D. Phippa of 
Kko, are in serious condition at 
Elko General Hospital here 
The Phipps car caught fire after 
the accident, but Mickey Birdsell of 
Wells pulled the couple from the 
machine before the gasoline tank 
exploded. Birdsell beat 
out the 
flames in Mrs Phipps, clothing*. 
Mm. Oourtemanehe, whose home 
b at 8186 Garth - site avenue, Los 
Anfti8s. suffered two broken legs 
and internal Injuries. 
Phipps 50, a railroad conductor 
received a broken jaw and severe 
cute, and his wife, Lorraine, 55. haa 
two broker, legs 


three years. Outgoing members, all 
candidates for re-election are; 
Elmer Boyden. Willard Cox, Earl 
Homan, Fred Mantegani, Mrs. An­ 
gelo Mirata, Frank V. Smith 
Mason B Wells. 
Three announced new candidates 
are Ralph Noah, Mrs. Jerome Len­ 
ten and Charles Locate Others may 
seek seats on the board. 
Holdovers are President Russell 
Kell, Eugene Wheary, Gus Barth, 
Clarence Cumming, Harold Keaton 
and George Bitter. 
For the first time in the history 
of the organization, general mem­ 
bers will be allowed to vote for the 
board of governors candidates. The 
by-laws were recently changed to 
allow such voting. They previously 
had limited voting to founders and 
charter members. These two classi­ 
fications still vote exclusively on 
money and other matters of the or­ 
gan! a t ion. 


Hillside Black 


In Match Play 


BIRTHS 


Besides the election^ annual re- 
Angeiii’a ia m « 
finances and other matters 
his car hit a 
* * * * * * by 
also will be a progress report and 
suggestions for projects in the com 
teg year. 
All members have been urged to 
attend the meeting. 


Row Boat Used 
In Silent Theft 
CROCKETT (UJ5—A burglar, who 
broke into Dowrello’t boat house 
and restaurant here last night want­ 
ed to be sure no one disturbed him 
as la relieved the establishment's 
•aft of more than $650 in weekend 
receipts. 
After breaking into the 
place, 
the burglar stole a rowboat, appar­ 
ently rowed wit into the Carquines 
Strait, took the money from 
the 
safe, tossed the safe overboard, and 
then beached the boat on the shore 
where it was found this morning. 
The theft was reported to 
the 
Contra Costa county sheriff’s of­ 
fice this morning by Henry Dow- 
relio owner of the establishment 
when he noticed a door broken open, 


BeBe Performs In M.V. 
BeBe tee clown of tee State Pair 
entertained a grandstand full of 
children this morning In Mill Val­ 
ley's Boyle Park. He was presented 
by tee city's summer recreation pro­ 
gram. 


Small children and a few matches 
left about 35 acres of Novato hfll- 
aldt 
blackened 
from a fire tbit 
and started »bout 2:60 yesterday after­ 
noon and burned 
until 
nearly 8 
o’clock. 
Brush and grass on the 
Lewis 
Pratt ranch and the adjoining Mur­ 
phy ranch cm Atherton avnpue went 
up in flames but no property was 
damaged. 
The Novato fire department, with 
the assistance of four county trucks, 
worked more than three hours get­ 
ting the blase under control. 
At seven minutes after midnight 
cm Sunday morning, Novato fire­ 
men were called to put out a Are 
which had rekindled on the H. Bor- 
morllni property on Court 
street 
Firemen said that rubbish, which 
had been burned on Saturday, ap­ 
parently re-ignited. No damages re­ 
sulted. 
Another small brush fire s«ni No­ 
vato firemen to Black Point where 
an area about 20 by 20 feet burn­ 
ed, The cause was unknown, 
but 
firemen 
speculated that a lighted 
cigarette could have started 
tee 
flames. 


Sausalito Fire 
Burns Guest Room 
A fire of upderteimined origin 
yesterday afternoon damaged an 
upstairs bedroom and an adjoining 
closet in the home of Richard Glad- 
stein, 22 Cloudview avenue, Sausa­ 
lito. 
The fire, which broke out just be­ 
fore 6 pm as the family and guests 
visited and watched television in the* 
rooms below, damaged the floors, 
wails and ceiling of tee guest rodm 
It burn«! through Into Mrs Giad- 
stete’s closet, destroying clothing 
and hats stored there. 
The blase was extinguished by 
Sausalito fire department. Estimate 
of damage was not immediately 
available 


Child-Killing 
Penalty Eased 
SINGAPORE r n — Mothers who 
murder their newly born up to 12 
months of age, while their minds 
are disturbed after child birth will 
not in the future be put to death, 
according to a proposed law. 
Proposing the amendment to the 
colony's penal code, the attorney- 
general said under the existing law, 
a woman faces tee capital charge if 
she commits an offense against her 
child while emotionally disturbed 
after child-birth. 


Fresh-water clams are parasites of 
fish in the early part of their lives. 
The homed toad of the American 
Southwest is a lisard. 


H. W. Steinegger, Attorney 


In the Superior Court of the State 
of California in and for the County 
of Marin Juvenile Court Depart­ 
ment. 
In the Matter of D A L T O N 
WOHLER, An Abandoned Child. 
No. 1882 
CITATION 
To HORTENSE WOHLER. 
Ton are hereby notified teat 
there has been filed in this Honor­ 
able Court a verified petition show­ 
ing that the above named minor 
DALTON WOHLER is 
bin the 
County of Marin, State of Califor­ 
nia, and is a person coming within 
the provision of the Welfare and In­ 
stitutions Code of the State of Cali­ 
fornia. and praying for an order of 
said Court determining D \LTON 
WOHLER to be an abandoned child 
within the terms and meaning of 
Article IV. Section 32 of the Consti­ 
tution of the State of California and 
within the meaning of Section 224 cf 
tee ten l Code of tee State of Cali­ 
fornia: 
NOW, T H E R E F O R E , you are 
hereby cited and directed to appear 
before this Honorable Court on 
Thursday, the 16th cay of October. 
1852 at the hour of 8:60 ©‘clock in 
the forenoon of raid day at Dept. 
One Superior Court, Court House. 
San Rafael to show cause, if any 
you have, why an order should net 
be made by this Court adjudging 
and determining said DALTON 
WOHLER to be an abandoned child 
within the terms and meaning of 
Article IV, Section 22 of the Consti­ 
tution of the State of California, 
and within the meaning of Section 
234 of the Civil Code 0 the State of 
California, and of the Welfare and 
Institutions Code of the State of 
California, judicially depriving vou 
of any further right or interest in 
the custody or control of said child. 
WITNESS JORDAN L. MARTIN- 
ELLt Judge of the said Court this 
10th day of June, :9e: 
JORDAN L MARTTNELLX 
OCTAL) 
ATTEST a y hand and the 
Seal of Said Court, the day 
and year last above written. 
GEORGE S. JONES, Clerk. 
By GEO, GNOSS 
Deputy Clerk 
482 July 7, 14, 2!, 28, Aug. 4, 11, It. 
25, Sept. 2, 8, 1852 


Instrument Measures 
Fly's Breath 
MONTEAL. JP) — Designed and 
built in Franc* by Prof. E. Calvet, a 
micros lorimeter now is in use at the 
University of Montreal. The sensi­ 
tive device can measure the tem­ 
perature of a fly’s breath, or de­ 
termine the quantity of heat in bac­ 
teria. 


2 Marin Residents 
Killed In Accidents 
Continued from page one) 
Dolph Paul Squeri also of Ban 
Francisco. 
Then Ralph PiciUe of Santa Rosa 
drove up from behind, his car hit­ 
ting the second and sending all 
three cats in a bumper to bumper 
s m a s h up. Pieillo was cited for 
speeding without due caution. 
Joan Giesler was a passenger in 
a car driven by John Everts Herr, 
18, of Berkeley. Although a detailed 
report of tee accident has not been 
completed, California Highway pa­ 
trol officials said that the girl must 
have hit the door handle and fallen 
out. 
I 


Three Drivers Get 
Licenses Again 
Three Marin drivers were granted 
reinstatements of their operators' 
licenses and a Corte Madera woman 
was put on probation last week by 
the state department of motor ve- 
hlcUk. 
Receving the reinstatements were 
Walter G. Stubs, Mm Valley; Ade­ 
line 
Marie 
Manning, 
864 fifth 
avenue, San Rafael; Lamar A. Vig- 
no, 444 Mamanlta avenue, Corte 
Madera. 
Evelyn I. King of Corte Madera 
was placed on probation for a faulty 
driving record. 


John D. Gallaher, Atty. 


NOTICE OF PROBATE 
State of California, ) 
County of Marin )ss. 
In the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and for the 
County of Marin, 
In the Matter of the Estate of I 
JOSEPHINE 
HAZEL 
BLANTON,; 
also known as J, HAZEL BLAN- } 
TON, and also known as HAZEL 
J BLANTON, Deceased. 
No. 102S3 
Notice of time set for proving 
Will, 
etc., 
and 
Application 
for 
Letters Testamentary. 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that | 
a petition for tee probate of the 
will of JOSEPHINE HAZEL BLAN­ 
TON, alias, deceased, and for the 
issuance to I^JLE L. BLANTON of 
letters testamentary thereon has 
been filed in this Court, and that 
Friday, the 22nd day of August, 
A D. 1852, at 10 o'clock A.M of 
said day, *t the courtroom of said 
Court, Dept. *1 at the Court House, 
in the City of San RafSbl has been 
set for hearing of said petition, 
when and where any person inter­ 
ested may appear and contest the 
same, and show cause, if any they 
have, why said petition should not 
be granted. 
GEO. 8. JONES, Clerk. 
B y /- WARNER, Deputy Clerk. 
Filed: Aug 8, 1952 
GEO. S JONES, 
County Clerk 
By F. WARNER, 
Deputy 
JOHN D. GALLAHER, 
485 California Street, 
San Francisco 4, Calif. 
Attorney for Petitioner 
No. 562—Aug. 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 18, 
18, 19, 30, 21, 1882 


Granted County Leave 
Miss Patricia Jordan, daughter of 
Postmaster Mary Jordan of Fair­ 
fax, today was granted a one-year 
leave of absence from the division 
of child welfare of the Marin Coun­ 
ty Welfare department, to attend 
graduate school at University of 
California. 


The Gila River, in southwestern 
United States, has a drainage area 
of about 13,000 square miles. 


TBPi-At Am M M general. 
August 12, 1852, to tee wife «Mary 
Lou Hartness) of Kenneth Lope 
San Rafael a daughter. 
COLOBIMO—At San Rafael Gen­ 
eral August 12, 1852, to the wife 
CMary Sandretto) of Louis Colosi- 
»o, San Rafael a daughter. 
LOVAN—at San Rafael General 
August 18, 1952, to tee wife (Mary 
Johnson) of Ronald Lovan, San Ra­ 
fael. a daughter, 
KING—At Ross General August 
15, 1862, to the wife (Mary Walsh) 
of Layton King, Sausalito, a daugh­ 
ter. 
DePREMKRY—At Rost General, 
August 11, 1862 to the wife (Susan 
Atkin«) of Robert DePremery, Min 
Valley, a daughter. 
WILSON—At Marin General, Au­ 
gust 14, 1952, to the wife (Shirley 
Voigts) of Russell Wilson, Lark­ 
spur a son. 
SCHAAL—At Marin General Au­ 
gust 14, 1852, to tee wife (Helen Ar- 
rigo) of Thomas Schaal, Mm Val­ 
ley), a son and a daughter (twins). 
HU8&MAN — At Marin General, 
August 15, 1852, to tee wife (Bet. 
tigene Asmussen» of Dr. John Huss- 
man, Corte Madera, a son. 
THOMAS -J At Marin General, 
August 15, 1862, to the wife (Carla 
Richter) of Harry W. Thomas, Fair­ 
fax, a daughter. 
PLANT—At Marin General, Au­ 
gust II* 1852, to tee wife (Eleanor 
8ffier) of Noble Plant, Forest Knolls, 
a son. 
MAJtSHALL—At Marin General 
August 15, 1962, to tea wife (Elms 
Neal) of James W. Marshall, San 
Rafael, a daughter. 
SHERMAN — At Marin General 
August 15, 1862, to tee wife (Evelyn 
Coe) of Thomas A. Sherman, San 
Rafael, a daughter. 
FRIEDMAN—At Marin General. 
August 17, 1962, to the wife (Marian 
Samuel) of Max Priedman, Fairfax, 
a daughter. 
FERRO—At Marin General, Au­ 
gust 17, 1952, to the wife (Betty 
Orcutt) of Joseph Ferro, San Ra­ 
fael, a daughter. 
JONES—At Marin General, Au 
gust 17, 1962, to the wife (Alice Wal­ 
ker) of Charles A. Jones, Forest 
Knolls, a daughter. 


100 Left Homeless 
In Big French Fire 
NICE, France, <UA>—More than 100 
persons were left homeless today by 
the worst forest fire In the Riviera 
area in 30 years. 
Firemen brought the blaze under 
control for the second time late to­ 
day after a strong northwest wind 
had whipped it into new life, Six 
villas and several 
hamlets 
were 
burned before the fire was control­ 
led with the aid of reinforcements 
from Nice Mid Cannes. 


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O' 
, 
'Protect' Land For New 


Industry, County Asked 


Marin county should pass an or­ 
dinance to "protect’* 
industrially 
■oned land from "encroachment" by 
residential or other developments, 
the county industrial committee told 
the board of supervisors today. 
The recommendation was made in 
a report given by the committee. 
The group asked to be discharged 
from further duties. 
Reasoning behind the group's rec­ 
ommendation is this: 
Marin 
county 
1« 
exceedingly 
limited in the amount of land avail­ 
able for industrial development, end 
such limitation would maintain the 
county's "bedroom*' status. 
Under present ordinances, land 
zoned for industry may be used for 
purposes ordinarily considered more 


Nominees May Talk 
WASHINGTON (U.B — The APT, 
announced today that Gov. Adlai E. 
Stevenson and Dwight D. Eisenhower 
have tentatively accepted invita­ 
tions to address its 71st annual con­ 
vention opening in New York, Sep­ 
tember 18. 


restricted — single or multiple resi­ 
dential or agriculture. 
But the committee think# the in­ 
dustrial land should be restricted to 
only industrial uses. 
Stanley C Lowry of San Rafael, a 
committeeman, 
said 
other 
com­ 
munities have “protected** such i*mt 
by ordinances, 
f 


The supervisors asked the com­ 
mittee to remain intact for at least 
another week until tee report can be 
read and considered. 
The report also notgd that criteria 
set up by the U. S. Department of 
Commerce precludes Marin county 
from benefits of the national in­ 
dustrial dispersion program. It rec­ 
ommended that a “well-financed** 
agency be set up to induce industry 
to come to Marin, and asked that 
the county planning commission 
“cooperate” 
with 
any 
and 
all 
agencies interested in such develop­ 
ment. 
Private members of tee committee 
were Lowry, secretary — manager 
of San Rafael Chamber of Com- 


Ex-Morin Resident, 
51, Dies, Rites 
Held In Colma 


Mrs. Alice Pearl Howland, resident 
of Marin county for 40 years before 
moving to San Francisco four years 
ago, died on August 7 at a San 
Francisco rest home after a long 
illness at the age of 91, She ties a 
native of Missouri. 
Private funeral services were held 
today at Cypress Lawn Memorial 
Park in Colma. 
81» is survived by a daughter 
Anna D Taylor of Bend, Oregon, 
and formerly of Sausalito; a son 
H. L. Howland of Washington, D. C.; 
sisters Mrs. Josephine Rogers c! 
Richmond, Mrs. Lenora Mize of Oak­ 
land, and Mrs. Harriett Wallace of 
Anaheim. 


merce; B. N. (Nick) Frye, secretary. 
Marin Central Labor council (AFL); 
Allan C. Bartlett, editor and pub­ 
lisher, Baywood Press, Pt. Reyes 
Station; Leonard Phillips, editor ancti 
publisher, San Anaelmo Times and 
affiliated papers; and Kenneth Hill, 
former Novato merchant and cham­ 
ber of commerce president. Assisting 
them was H. G. (Bud) Marchant of 
the county planning commission. 


Geld «ad copper are behoved te 
have been tee first metals known 
and used by man. 


DEATHS 


HOWLAND—In Sausalito, August 
7, 1852, Alice Pearl Howland* loving 
mother of Anna D. Taylor of Bend* 
Oregon, and H. L, Howland of Wash* 
ington, D. C., sister of Mrs. Jeee* 
phine Rogers of Richmond, 4*t11r 
forria; Mrs. Lenora Mize of Oak* 
land, California, and Mrs. Harriett 
Wallace of Anaheim, California. A 
native of Missouri, age 91 year». 
; 
Private funeral services were held 
today at Cypress Lawn Memorial 
Park, Colma. Frank J. Keaton'» 
Mortuary, Sausalito, director». (8/18) * 
• » • 
NOVACEK — In Mill Valley, 
August 1«, 1962. Richard Harold, be­ 
loved son of Doris E. and Victor J. 
Novacek, loving brother of Thomas 
R, and Stephen V. Novacek, beioved 
grandson of Mr. and Mrs. H, K 
Hansen, and Mr. and Mrs. J. F. N o-. 
vacek, aged 4 years. 
Friends are invited to attend the 
funeral sendees Tuesday, August 18. 
at 11:45 a.m., at the Memorial 
Chapels of Russel and Gooch, 270 
Miller Avenue, Mill Valley. Inter­ 
ment, Golden Gate National Ceme- * 
tery, (8 25 ) 


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Appliance sale ends Saturday 


REG. 179.95 M-W REFRIGERATOR 
REG.' 229.95 M-W REFRIGERATOR 


Safo priea 168.88 Tarai, $3 down 
Now os It 198.88 TomMr$3daw* 


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Full-size 7.4 ch. ft. M-W with 21 -lb. capacity freezer and 
chill tray for defrosting meet. Provides you with 13.8 sq. ft, 
of shelf area and plenty of tall bottle space. Save now. 


36« GAS RANGE— SAVE $30-130 


Wards 7.1 cu. ft. Model of special savings. Has 15-fb? 
capacity fuW-width freezer with froster tray. The Food 
Freshener keeps 9.5 qts. fruit and vegetables garden-freshi 


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REGULAR 119.95 M-W WASHER 


Now OJÜJ 
Tama, $3 dowm) 
Tama, $5 down 


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109.88 With Pump 


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Survey proves this Range has s i features of other 
selling for $30-$50 more. Divided cooktop, built-in tight, 
window and tight, end easy-gtide pul-eut broiler. 
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Save newZS-vone Swfrkrtor washes $-4 lbs. thoroughly 
without tangling. Has 2* balloon roil wringer. Automatic timer 
conteofis washing action from 1 to 15 minutes. See it now. 


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3abfprnhfpt-lonmal. Monday, Aug. 18, 1952 


Hapoteow a d Und« Elby 
ty Clifford Metrido 
Sally's Sallies 
ETTA K in 
■y tari Robinson 


*bAT 'ÙXX& 
R^ri/ NA#OtfiCIN* 1 5U*£ 
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m k a p s o m h o w w h o c s / 


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CURLY KAYOE 


' A b o y f r ie n d o w n s th is r e s t a u r a n t a n d — e v e n m y t ip s g o O il 
1 
thè cuff!” 
# 
ly Sam Lett 


BUCK ROGERS 
By Bob Barton and Murphy Anderson 


srseAtavo 4CX0SS nm vast samaxa cesser *tom 
ox seo eoeers ~A**ce&D caos. s. c< eooses 
amo exMAex, ¿ BÀoee ox ras M/sr-Mex, rxvro 
OM8 TAK£ 'e e o e o m s e ^ c r e 
era arre £Aerx‘s 


K B f f P M E O k 
COURSE, 
I C A N 'T W ATCH 
the c o m p a s s 
A T T H I S 
S P E E D / 


vou'ßß Right 
ON TUB B E A M , 
R O G E R E / V O U « 
p i l o t i n g S n i l l 
A S T O N tS H E S M EJ 


B X M A R k / . 
U P 
i t s . 
. . . J ? 
wrvE Qhtoffr. 
M S * / 


INVISIBLE SCARLET O'NEIL 
By Russel Stamm 


H 
u a m o n o h a s 
Tawed inl.-por 
<5000 THiS TIME, 
AND IT IS IN 
REALITY A C.NAL 
ADMISSION OP 
OEPEAT ME REM* 
IZES THAT WE IS 
INCAC*BL£ OP 
SBJP-SJPPOQT, 
© JT TO HILDA- 
WHO HAS ALWAYS 
DOMINATED HIM, 
IT IS ANOTHER 
VICTORY.. 


JU ST M AKE YOURSEL P AT HOAAE 
BRO TH ER D E A R . A F T E R ALL, IT'LL 
BE YO URS IP YOU 
SHOULD OUTLIVE 
UC 
\AJLtlf*U 
!¥*••* 
Hom * 
..... 
I5 N T 
I A L W A Y S 


X T IS A CHALLENGE TO AAV 
MECHANICAL MM KID TO 
THE PERFECT MURDER 


ELLA CINDERS 


"lM STILL NOT 
^DNViKCEP 


T H B R 3U C E * < y ia iC N c 5 \ 
H E © 
FUJNKEPA t t a m 
x ) RE4U.V 


By Charles Plumb and Fred Cox 


TEST ' 
raiCHES^ 


He M t/tT K -) 
B ut Etches 


Hi s a k w 
S 
W a ll? n e v e r 
ISBOAL NUMJBKj STASCA HOL* 
'vovep rr "S up anp &cxn\ k 
A W O N K i 


WHATlWANfDKWOWIS HOW 
PATCHES ODULP 91 rW LLEP' 
INA FLANEaWSHANPISTUKN 


R O W T H E 
m 
P E A 7 ! 


rj 


An pw h y ) When they push the 
HAS HE L SWITCH ON THE 
WIEN OONB ) ELECTRIC CHAIR, 
R3ROVEK SheUW ESONEA 
TWO YEARS? J LOT LON6ERTHAN 
7 * 4 r/ 


SUPERMAN 


G A S K l f l J O N E S ? CLAR K KEN T 
OF TUt DAtCt HAK'ST S A T TWE 
‘ D E S K . W ISHES TO INTERVIEW 
iOU ABOUT YOUR INHES ^ -MCE, 
TES, SIR. *'Ll SEND HIM L 3HT 
‘ 


Drawn by Wayne Boring 


IE I COULD ONLY FIGURE WOW 
YOUNG GABRIEL CONNED US INTO 
THESE EL EG ANT ACCOMODATIONS; 
AND TO THINK I TOOK N«M FOR A 
GREEN FARM-HAND WHEN I SAVED 
HIS UFE ON THAT FREIGHT CAR... 
AM —TWlS.iS RICH LIVING/ WOW IT, 
AGREES WITH M E/ 


rgtP -CUm&NT! KZiJ 
TO SUPERMAN, MY WORST 
NEM ESIS/ IF WE SHOULD 
SEE ME, WE'D SURELY WARN 
THE DESK. AND GABRIEL 
AND I MOULD BE TOSSED 
04 IT AM TU C C T S C C T ' 


m u g g s McGin n is 


esp* at **e i 
tesussLasEÄ 


RED RYDER 
/■•^EAh 
■Ír.CkNG 
CüTlí'ks mW 
STOLE «6 
CATTLE 
WDNEV, 
RED LEARNS 
TN&fML 
SEE^TD 
NUéaET 
cnv 


f.« 


ARETHEY^ 
STILL iN 
NUGGET BUT TNÇY LEFT 
ThE'R MOSSES 
AT Ik* uv £R Y 
CTAft, P ' 


By Fred Harman 


OKAY DOAKES 
' HE V, VOU / 
STOP'7 
^OKESRE 
.AWD OAXYAEC 
01 THE 
PREHISTORIC 
BUST, MOLKBrr 
MUUH HOPES 
THAT TIC 
smi/mcu 
MWFHOVETO 
BE ROMANTIC.. 
BUT SHE IS 
IGNORANT OF 
THE DANGER 
- THAT NOW 
THREATENS 
ice/ 
MICKEY FINN 


-SOSUSKtUNftEljASAUMCEl 
MANUFACTURE* FMM ASHTASU14, 
15 THE NEW KATKWAt COMMANDER^ 
a» ne low i m OF SHERIFF* 
I ■ PHILIP FINN ¡S0VER/ ■ ■ 


By R. B. Fuller 


/ W HY COULDN'T V E K EEP L L 
VER TRAP SHUT?/ VE MADE LE 


By Lank Leonard 


laUNFEt'S NOMINATION CAME A t 
A TERRIFIC SURPRISE- MOST OF 
THE DELEGATES FEEUN6 SUHE 
THAT FINN WAS TO BE NAMED 
A6AIN -BUT IT WAS A WELCOME 
SURPRISE AND THE DIN HERE IS 
TER R nC/JU ST LISTEN TO IT/ 


I R I 


: 
. s « ; 
TARZAKU 
By bagar Rice-Burroughs 


AT A RAILROAD LANDING NEAR BRAZZAVILLE, A 
man En c o u n t e r e d ta rz a n and m ade a s t r a n g e 
NOU32Y ABOUT THE GORILLA COUNTRY OP THE CONGO, 


Jm 
l'm 


i r 


'* I'M JIM CASEV, ' HE EXPLAIN­ 
E D , * COMMISSIONED BV A 
LONDON ZOO TO BRIN© BACK 
A ©ORILLA, EVERYTHIN©’© S E T 
A N D A Y P A P E R S A R E IN O R D E R - * 


r/iee 
# IP YOU'LL GUIDE ME 
TO THAT SECTION, 
I'LL MAKE IT WORTH 
YOUR W H ILE /' 
BRICK BRADFORD 
By William Pitt and Clarence Gray 


THIS GITAVI GLIDE RIDE 1G A TMBHL. 
GRAHD GU ANDR A A M D YOU MUST BE 
PROUD OF YOUR. BEAUTIFUL CITY/ v— 
" 


THAT GTRUCTUee tKi 
DISTANCE, OUAHDRA -, 
WHAT 1« THAT ? 
35^ 


THE 
7r 


MY MOUNTAIN 
iIll v'fff 


tlí«¥> s1¥h$f iw W, G«h»«M §!«»#♦*• 
'.dd* 


ADVENTURES OF PATSY 


iaEA N WMItg, MIRE =LAGS, 
THE NOTED PßWATE EHE. 
IS W CONPEBENCe WITH 
HIS MHSTCflN CLIENT,,, 


By William Dyer 


BIG SISTER 
By Les Forgrave 


V\HSTLUCK?W D 
YOU PHONE THE 
YECfMEULBEALONS. 
BUT 1VB SOMETHING 


THE MAN UPXÆ QCAÜ 
' JDIUiS VOMAN ISA R 
SAO we 


DOCTOR? 
aj'xqELSE TO TEU . VOU- 


WHÍT?WITH HER 
LAID UP IN BED 
AND NOONS TO 
„ - 'n r lOOKafted 
a l- ^ _ HSR ’ . 


■Wy ' f 


HE SAID SHE'S s c 
MEAN TMAT NONE 
OPHSBNEGHBCQS 
WILL HAVE A-SIING 
TO 0 0 WITH HER 


a l l 'o c m ode reason 
we sh o u ld s w he 
W HEN-ftEOOtt«:- 
w eu. ©ST HIM%S©C 
> r = y OUT A 
(T 


BJIiTT tu n IBEB 
m u 1 1 a n i # J t r r 
By Bud Rsher 


Y O U D I D ? 
h o w ^ rr 
DOWN 
t h e r e 


HOT BAD/ I ms DOWN 
THERE ABOUT AN HOUR 
SHOVEUK3 GOAL WHEN 
I ASKED FOR A VACATION 
AND GOT IT / HOW WAS 


r i 
T 5 
fnoTSO GooDi r w o r k ed ^ w hy, 
DAY AND NIGHT PUTTING 
D lD N T 
OUT THE STA RS, HANGING J vOUASX 
UP THE MOON ANCHTH6 N / FOR A 
PUSHING AROUND THE i f VACATION] 
CLOUDS A L L DAY/ 
^ 


r COULDN’T / 


WE WERE SHORT 
OF HELP'' 


a 
. 
BBSS 


TO 
Snbrprahftitspuntai. Monday Aug. 18, 1952 


Nopoleaa ood Uncle Elby 
By Clifford McBride 
Sally's Sallies 
Etta KErr 
By Pool Robinson 


"Ster :o o*s u*E ïüt£ napdlbowî I suw 
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w^gpf* tre wwrnr P W 
# 
tÿSlS’SFSlneÎBB 


CURLY KAYOE 


'A boy friend owns this restaurant and—even my tips go on 
• 
^ 
thè cuff!” 


0 
By Som te ff 


VO lOVE TO... B U rU 
MY HUSBAND IS WAITING FORI 
ME.' ANOTHER TIME. PERHAPS* j 
*# 


SUCK ROGERS 
By Bob Boiton and Murphy Anderson 


$T#eáxwG across nm vtásrr sàaâ&i aessxr wo*m 
ox -mo £to8£”s "Axmoeso cars, buck Rooms 
AMÛ M*MARXtlE40£R OX TMß M/$r-M£Mt TRY TO 
OVÊRTAKS 'R£0 ROME “BBXORB----------- 
mrmexrm sar tx's leaders— 
J. 


KEEP ME Ob 
COURSE,EXMA 
X CAN T wATCf 
THE COMPASS 
at ruts 
SPEED< 


YOU’RE RIGHT- 
ON TUB 3mAM, 
ROGERS 'YOUR 
p ilo tin g s*cill 
ASTONISHES M i, 


. 


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INVISIBLE SCARLET O'NEIL 
By Russell Stamm 


WAS 


_ 
».POR 
GOOD TMS TIME* 
AND IT IS IN 
REALITY A PINAL 
ADMJSSION OF 
DEPEAT. HE REAL­ 
IZES THAT HE IS 
INCAPABLE OF 
-SUPPORT, 
’ TO HILDA— 
WHO HAS ALWAYS 
DOMINATED HIM, 
IT IS ANOTHER 
VICTORY.. 


JUST MAKE YOURSELF AT HC*AE,^> 
BROTHER D EAR . AFTER ALL, IT ’LL 
BE YOURS IF YOU 
SHOULD OUTLIVE 
ME 
WHICH 
rwiw«. •* #¥ 
a r t 


CINDERS 


I'M STILL NOT 
iDNWNGBP 
he's 
REALLY 
Fetches.' 


By Charles Plumb and Fred Cox 


Hemusr ne-"! Sur patches 
HlSARW 
\wtttPNEVBC 
SERIAL NUMBER] ÇTABS 
H0LP- 
proved rr-* ,W up ah? shccT' 
Automi 


what I wantd knows how 
patches coulp k *w lled* 
INA FIANE CRASH ANP RETURN 
mow the 
reap/ 


M pw hy j WHsn they push the 
HAS HE K SWITCH ON THE 
«ONE ) ELECTRIC CHAIR/ 
«DROVES SH EU 0C6ONEA 
w 
YEAR£?J LOT LCN0ERTHAN 
THAT/ 


m 


SUPERMAN 
Drawn by Wayne Borkig 


IP I COULD ONLY Pf&URE HOW 
YOUNG GABRIEL CONNED US INTO 
these elegant accomodations: 
and TO THINK I TOOK H?M FOR A 
GREEN FARM-HAND WHEN I SAVED 
HIS LIFE ON THAT FREIGHT CAR -. 
AH-THIS, IS RICH LIVING.' HOW (Tl 


ULP- CLARKKBNT! NEXT 
TO SUPERMAN, MY WORST 
NEMESIS/ IF HE SHOULD 
see me, we*dsurely warn 
THE DESK. AND GABRIEL 
AND I MOULD BE TOSSED 
OUT ON 
WOULD 
H THE1STREET. 


MUGGS McGtNNfS 
By Wufiy Bishop 


YOU'LL SO FOR JUSHEEN 
SHE'S STRICTLY DATE 
baít/ —s-öu:*- 
SHORT, 
AND 
CUTE’ 


RED RYDER 
By Fred Harman 


OKAY DOAKES 


HEY,YOU/ 
STOP." 
I 
ncesse 
Ai© OAKY Affi 
m THE 
PRBiisraac 
PAST, MUJLfCm 
MUUH HOPES 
THAT THE 
siTu/mcu 
MAf PBGYETO 
BE ROMANTIC« 
BUT SHE IS 
IGNORANT OF 
THE DANCES 
~ THAT NOW 
THREATENS 
* HER/ 


MICKEY FINN 


•»&0SKUJN*a, A SAUSAGE 
MWUFACTWERFMU ASHTABULA, 
•s tie hew notional c o m ä S 
m m m m m m m m iP F 
mxPfmïî&fEzf 


By R. B. Fuller 


7 v m COULDN’T YE Kœp L l^ 
YER TRAPSWUT?/YE MADE ME 


By Lank Leonard 


»aUNKEi’S NOMINATION came as 
IA TERRIFIC SURPRISE- MOST OF 
; THE PELE SATES FEELING SURE 
THAT PINK WAS TO BE NAMED 
I AGAIN-SUT IT MAS A WELCOME 
SURPRISE AND THE «N HERE IS 
TERWPC/JUST LISTEN TO IT/ 


C.S I 


TARZAKO 


AT A RAILROAD LANDING NEAR BRAZZAVILLE, A 
man E n co u n te re d ta rz a n and made a s tra n g e 
INQUIRY ABOUT THE GORILLA COUNTRY OF THE CONGO, 


m 
i 
y / . i 


By bagar Rice .Burroughs 


W E J 


I'M UIM CASEY, 1 HE EXPLAIN- 
BP, * COMMISSIONER BY A 
LONDON ZOO TO BRIN© BACK 
A ©ORILLA . EVERYTHINS'S 5E T 
AND «V PAPERS ARE N ORDER—* 


YOU'LL ©UIDE ME 
TO THAT SECTION, 
I'LL MAKE IT WORTH 
YOUR WHILE/* 


BRICK BRADFORD 
By William Pitt and Clarence Gray 


ADVENTURES OF PATSY 


M e a n w h ile , m ike c la s s , 
th e n o te d p riv a te ehe, 
IS W CONFERENCE WITH 
HIS WHSTERH CLIENT,,, 


By William Dyer 


BIG SISTER 
By Les Forgrave 


WHAT LUCK? 0¡D 
YOU PHONE THE 
YE».'MELL8EALONS- 
BUT I'VE SOMETHING 
DOCTOP’ c t vt^ B-SETOTELi- yo u , 


> r 


THE man up th e ROADJ WHÄT.’wrrW HER 
¿WDTUiS WOMAN « A i 1 LAID UP IN ' 
ter r o r, sa® we 
SHOULD CLEAR OUT 
„ 
AS SOON AS WE CAN. i 
s. 


NO ONE TO 
. 
*■ rm t jf a —-— - 



- 
Inrrr UXKAfted 
■ 
i Mwnn % 
HfR? « 
MfB 


MUTT AND JEFF 


HE SAID SMESSO 
MEAN THAT NONE 
OP HSR NEIGHBOR 
WILL HANE A"&;NS 
TO 0 0 WITH HER 
? 


ALLTME MOPE REA50NI 
WE SHOULD STAY L 
WHS^f«C»COSL 
WELL GET 
•M T=N OUT A 
(r 
I NURSE.* ! 
■*” 1V11 


By Bud Fkher 


YOU DID? 
Höwk rr 
d o w n 
TFCßS? 


Herr BAD/1 WAS DOWN 
THERE ABOUT AH HOUR 
SHOVELING OOAL WHEN 
r ASKED R?R AUAOATfON 
HOW WAS 


7 
NOT 50 GOODf I WORKED 
DAY AND NIGHT PUTTING 
OUT THE STARS, HANGING 
UP THE MOON ANOTHEN 
PUSHING AROUND THE /{ VA<?ATi ON I 
CLOUDS ALL DAY/ 
^ V 
^ 


WHY, V 
Ü ID N T 
r COULDN’T / 


WE WERE SHORT 
O F H E LP / 


a 


Kill* Canyon la the Snake R tw 
between Idaho and Oregon is deep­ 
er than the Grand Canyon of the 
Colorado and narrower between the 
rims. 


Natalie J. Holly, A tty. 


NOTICE o r ADMJN7sTi/""OR » 
SALE OF REAL ESTATE AND 
PERSONAL PROPERTY AT 
PRIVATE SALE 
In the Superior Court of the State 
of California in and for the County 
of Mann 
In the M atter of the Estate of 
SARAH H SMITH, aiao known as 
SARAH HANNAH GOULD SMITH 
Deceased 
No, 6608 Dept 1, 
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, 
that ARCHIE A JOHNSON a I t 
JOHNNY JOHNSON, Administrator 


Win Annexed of the aetata 
of the above decedent. will se8 at 
pjwate ante. to one parcel, to the 
highest bidder, tor cash, ant: subject 
to confirmation by 
said 
Superior 
Court, on Tuesday. August to. m i 
at the hour erf 10:00 o'clock A. M . 
or after said day. at the law offices 
of 
NATALIE 
J. 
HOLLY. 
BoQv 
Building, Ban Rafael California, all 
the right, title, interest and estate 
of the said decedent at Die time erf 
her death, and aH the right, title 
and interest that the said estate ha*, 
by operate; of law, or otherwise, 
acquired, ether than or to addition 
to that of the decedent, at the tome 
of her death, of, to, and to that 
certain parcel of land situate in the 
City of San Rafael, County of Mar­ 
in. State of California, described as 
follows 
‘ 
BEGINNING on the Easterly 
line erf South C Street at a point 
North 11* w 
West to feet from 


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8outhw«»l eoraer of the trmct 
frf Itnd centered by Mary Short 
ft a:, to D, # . Mmrtfni by deed 
toted January 10, I96i and yg. 
corded in Volume 79 of Deeds, 
page 3S6, Mann County Records; 
thence along said Easterly line of 
I South “C* Street. North 11* 25* 
I Wert 46 feet; thence leaving said 
line of South CT Street and run- 
N ath 75* » ' East 196 feet; 
thence South 11* 25' East 40 feet; 
thence South 76* 15 Wert 196 feet 
to the point of beginning. 
BEING Lot Number 74 eg shown 
on an unrecorded map of the 
Martens Tract 
including 
the 
following 
personal 
property located therein: 
1 Gas water heater 
1 Oil heater 
1 Kitchen sieve. 
Bids or offer» art invited for said 
property ami must be in writing, 
and will be received at the office 
of 
NATALIE 
J. 
HOLLY, 
Holly 
Building, Ban Rafael, California, 
attorney for said administrator, or 
«nay be filed In the office of the 
derk of the said Superior Court or 
may be delivered to said administra­ 
tor personally, at any time after the 
first publication of this notice and 
before the making of the sale 
Terms and conditions of sale: 
Cash, in lawful money of the 
United States of America, ten (10) 
per cent of the purchase price to 
be paid on the day of sale; balance 
on ♦ confirmation of sale by the 
Court. Deed at the expense of pur­ 
chaser or purchasers. 
Property to 
be sold subject to current taxes and 
to liens and assessments of record. 
DATED: August 14, 1652. 
NATALIE J. HOLLY 
Attorney fern Administrator 
No.5to-Aug. 15,10, IS, 16. 26, 21, 92. 
23 f 1994. 


NOTICE INVITING BIDS 
NOTICE 
IS 
HEREBY 
GIVEN 
that the Board of Trustees of the 
SAN JOSE SCHOOL DISTRICT, of 
MARIN county, C a l i f o r n i a , will 
receive bids up to and including 6:00 
p m., on the 20th day of August. 
1652, at the office of said School 
District, at which time said bids will 
be opened and read for the re-roof- 
mg of the Meadow Park School 
Building, m accordance with In­ 
structions, Conditions and Specifi­ 
cations now on fUe in the offlce of 
the County S u p e r i n t e n d e n t of 
Schools, located at the Court House. 
San Rafaei, California. 
Each bid must be accompanied by 
a Certified Check, or Bond in a sum 
equal to 10'V of the bid, and said 
check, or bond, is to be made pay­ 
able to the San Jose School District, 
Marin County, and shall guarantee 
that the bidder will enter into a 
contract should his bid be accepted 
. The Board of Trustees reserves 
the right to reject any and all bids 
and to waive any irregularity tfaere- 


Dated, this 8th day of August 1652 
San Jose School District 
By; R. M MADISON, 
Clerk of said Board of 
Trusteea 
No 503 Aug. 11. 10, 25, 1652 


Jaffa & Sumski, Atfcy. 


NOTICE OF PROBATB 
State of California,) 
County of Marin, ;ss. 
In the Supe: 
State of California, in and lor the 
Superior Court of the 


County of Marin. 
In the Matter of the Estate of 
SIGMUND MAX KAHN, also known 
J* SIGMUND M. KAHN, and as 
S. M. KAHN, Deceased, 
No 10286 
Notice of time set for proving 
1S L / & 
4 *nd, APPiic*t’i°n 
for 
Letters Testamentary. 
NOTICE IS 
HEREBY 
GIVEN 
*J F tltion ior th« probate of 
will 
Of 
SIGMUND 
MAX 
KAHN also known as SIGMUND 
M. KAHN, and as S. M. KAHN, 
deceased, and for the issuance to 
ALEXANDRINA KAHN of letters 
testamentary 
thereon' 
has 
been 
c °urt’ *nd that Friday. 
2*h 4*1 of August. A. D. 1652, 
at 10 oclock A.M. of said toy, at 
the courtroom of said Court, 
1 at the Court House, in the 
of San Rafael, has been set for 
hearing of said petition, when and 
where any person interested may 
appear and contest the same, and 
show cause, if any they have, why 
said petition should not be granted. 
For further particulars reference is 
hereby.made to said petition on 
file in my office. 
(SEAL) 
Filed Aug. 13. 1652. 
g e o . s. J o n e s , clerk 


c,erk 
GEORGE S. JONES, County 
Clerk 
By: JACK STUTZ, Deputy 
JAFFA & SUMSKI. 
Attorneys for Petitioner 
1 Montgomery S tm t 
San Francisco, California 


i» V 9- “ ■ ” ■ “ ■ * 


Leonard A. Thomas, A tty. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
In the Matter of the Estate of 
MUSSE L SMITH, also known as 
iffiSR ^ 5 F :sMITH *nd “ 
M u ^ SICCTH, and as MUSSE 
LAUTRUP. Deceased, 
No. 16240 
NOTICE is hereby given by the 
undersigned. Emil O Smith, Admin­ 
istrator of the estate of Mus&e L. 
Smith, also known as Musst Lautrup 
Smith, and as Mua&e Smith, and as 
Musse Lautrup, deceased, to the 
creditors of and all persons hating 
claim» against the said decedent, to 
file them, with the necessary vouch­ 
er, within six months, after the first 
publication of this notice, in the of­ 
fice of the clerk of the Superior 
Court of the State of California in 
and for the County of Marin, or to 
present them 
with the necessary 
vouchers, within six months after 
the first publication of this notice 
to the said administrator at the law 
office of Leonard A Thomas. Esq 
101.0 “B” Street. 317 Albert Building 
San Rafail. California, the same 
being his place of business in all 
matters connected with said estate 
of Musse L, Smith, also known as 
Musse L a u t r u p S m i t h , and as 
Musse Smith and as Musse Lautrup, 
deceased. 
Dated July 18th. 1652. 
SMIL O. .'SMITH. 
Administrator of the 
, «M te of Musse L. 
Smith, also known as 
Musse Lautrup Smith, 
and as Musse Smith, 
and as Musse Lautrup, 
» 
IMceaaed. 
LEONARD A. THOMAS. ESQ 
1016 B St., San R aiaefcal. 
Attorney for Administrator 
GEO S JONES. County Clerk 
21, 28, Aug. 4, 11, 


Paolini & PacjmTAttysr 


NOTICE OF TRUSTSrS SALE 
X», 466610 
On Monday, the 25th day of 
August, 1952, at »he hour of ten 
o clock, AM., of said toy. at the 
main entrance to the offkea erf the 
Ban R*f«*l Land Title Company, 
1017 Fourth Street, City of Ban 
Rafael, County of Marin, State of 
California, the undwrtgped, CALI­ 
FORNIA PACmCTITOB INSUR­ 
ANCE COMPANY, a corporation as 
trustee, wiU sell at public auctfam, to 
the highest bidder, for cash, to law­ 
ful money of the Unit«! States, all 
payable at the rime of sale, the fol­ 
lowing described real pr operty, 
situated in the County of Maria, 
Bute of California, and deter&eo 
as follows, to Brit: 
Lot 14, in Block 7, as xhcwR 
upon that ceruin Map entttirtL 


3 t tè Ff) F m h P iff J&ÊtM A §4 j-njt, m \ 
* •••^ fe «», «« 
> S Î 5 ® 
Entered In Baa Rafael Post Office 
as second class matter inder 
Act of March 6. 1667 
Published Daily Except 
Sunday» and certain hoi : aya at 
1628-12 B Street 
by California newspaper*. Loo. 
Roy A Brown. President 


Combining the Ban RafaeTTndi: 
pendent 
Marin 
Journal, 
Mann 
Herald, Ban Anselme Beraid, Fair- 
fax Gasette, Lariapur-CorU Madera 
Newt. 


CIRCULATION iKTORMAlToN " 
P hont GLenwood 4-3020 
(Mül Valley Sausaiito and GEntva 
«changes niiont DU 8-2351J 
H you fall to receive your paper by 
5^30 pm ^ just phon» above cumber*. 
Special messenger service mato- 
tained up to 0:45 p a 
No chage. 


"Map of Subd. ‘A’ of Golf Links 
»varasrasSv 
the County of Marin, State of 
California. 
Said sale will be made without 
covenant or warranty r e g a r d i n g 
title, possession or encumbrances to 
satisfy the obligation secured by and 
pursuant to the power of sale con­ 
ferred in a certai* deed of trust 
ewwuted by CHARLES 1. CHAND­ 
LER and HELEN F. CHANDLER, 
hia wife, as T r u s t o r s , to CALI­ 
FORNIA PACIFIC TITLE INSUR­ 
ANCE COMPANY, a C a l i f o r n i a 
corporation, as T r u s t e e , for the 
benefit and security of JOSEPH P. 
TARANTINO and ROSE TARAN­ 
TINO, dated November 10, 1950 and 
recorded February 6th, 1951. in the 


FOUND in Manor: Male whito and 
brown 
pointer. Found in San 
Rafael: Female golden retreiver. 
Found Mill Valiev: M a l e black 


office of the County Recorder of the 
County of Marin, State of California, 
in Liber 683 of Official Records of 
said County at page 137. 
: July 
C A L I F O , 
DATED: Jul] r S S 1952. 
J Ä N I A 
title: in s u r a n c e 
A 
PACIFIC 


COMPANY, as Trustee, 
by W. H. Smith, Jr. 
Its Secretary . 
SEAL 
PAOLINI & PAOLINI 
Attorneys at Law . 
4857 Mission Street 
San Francisco, California. 
No. 525 July 28; Aug. 4, 11, 10, 1952. 


Aid en Ames, Atty. 


NOTICE OF PROBATE 
8Ute of California,) 
County of Marin )ss. 
In y the Superior Court of the 
State of California, in and for the 
County of Marin. 
In the Matter of the Estate of 
ISABELLE F. AYRES, Deceased. 
NO. 10288 
Notice of time set for proving 
Will, 
etc., 
and 
Application 
for 
Letters Testamentary. 
NOTICE IS HEREBY 
GIVEN 
that a petition for the probate of 
the will of ISABELLE F. AYRES, 
deceased, and for the issuance to 
THEODORE HALE of letters testa­ 
mentary thereon has been filed in 
this Court, and that Friday, the 
5th 
day of 
8EPTKMBKR, 
A. D. 
1652, at 10 o’clock A.M. of said 
day, at the courtroom of said Court, 
at the Court House, In the City of 
San Rafael, has been set for hear­ 
ing of said petition, when and 
where any person interested may 


iw cause, if any they have, w 
should not be gran 
said petition 


appear and contest the same, and 
sno 
aid pel 
(SEAL) 
Filed Aug. 15, 1652 
. GEO. 8. JONES, Clerk 
By JACK STUTZ, Deputy Clerk 
Filed; Auk. 15, 1652 
GEO. S. JONES, County Clerk 
By JACK STÜTZ, Deputy 
ALDEN AMES. 
Attorney for Petitioner 
Rum Building, San Francisco* 
No. 572—Aug. 18, 16, 20. 21, 22, 23, 
25. 20, 27, 28, 1652 


NOTICE OF INTENTION TO 
ENGAGE IN THE SALE OF 
ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES 
August 4, 1952 
To Whom It May Concern: 
Subject to issuance of the license 
applied fa , and commencing not 
less than 15 days after the date 
posted, notice is hereby given that 
the undersigned proposes to sell 
alcoholic beverages at these prem­ 
ises* described as follows: 
8») B Street, San Rafael 
Pursuant to such intention, the 
undersigned is applying to the State 
Board of Equalization for issuance 
on original application of an alco­ 
holic beverage license (or licenses) 
for these premises a* follows: 
ON SALE BEER 
Anyone desiring to protest the 
issuance of such license(s) 
may 
file a verified protest with the 
State Board of 
ramento, 
for denial 
premises are now licensed for the 
sale of alcoholic beverages 
Ban Rafael Aerii No. 250. FOE 
A F. E. DaSilva, Secretary 
606 B Street 
San Rafael, California 
Phone GLenwood 3-8158 
No. 573—Aug. 18, 1652 


Lewis H, Cromwell, Atty. 


NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
In the Matter of the Estate of 
CRC *LXA BASSETT, Deceased. 
No. 10254 
Notice is hereby g i v e n by the 
undersigned Administrator of the 
Estate of CECELIA BASSETT, de­ 
ceased, to the creditors of and all 
persons having claims against the 
said decedent, to file them, with the 
necessary voucher», 
w i t h i n six 
months, after the first publication of 
this notice, in the office of the Citric 
of the Superior Court of the State 
of California in and for the County 
of Marin, or to present them, with 
the necessary vouchers, within six 
months after the first publication of 
this notice to the said Lewis EL 
Cromwell, esq., at Suite 8. McNear 
Building. 19 Main Street. Petaluma. 
California, the same being his place 
of taainess in all matters connected 
with said estati of CECILIA BASS­ 
ETT, deceased. 
Dated July 25. 1952. 
William Theodors Bassett, 
Administrator of the Estate 
of Cecelia Bassett, deceased. 
LEWIS H. CROMWELL 
Petaluma. California 
Attorney for Administrator 
GEO. 8. JONES. County Clerk 
No. 526 July 28, Aug. 4,11. 18, 21, 1852 


Atheam, Chandler is Hoffman 
Attorneys 


NOTICE OF SALE OF 
* HEAL ESTATE 
In the Superior Court of the State 
of California, in and for the County 
of Marin 
In the Matter of the Estate of 
HAZEL C. W O O D W A R D , also 
known as Basel Cooke Woodward, 
also known as Mrs. Robert S. Wood­ 
ward, Deceased. 
No. 16213 
NOTICE IS H E R E B Y GIVEN 
that the undersigned executor of 
the estate erf the above decedent 
will sell at private sale to the high­ 
est bidder for cash and subject to 
ronftrmatton by said S u p e r i o r 
Court, cm Tuesday, September 2, 
1652, ft the hour erf 12:00 noon, m 
after said toy, at the law offices of 
Atheara, Chandler & Hoffman. MH 
Market Street, Sea Franriaco 5, 
California., all rim 
r i g h t , title, 
interest and est et» ef the «aid de­ 
cedent w riie time oth er death, end 
alt Ut« right, iffily ay i imtaftit that 


1 — -L@$t 


BLACK corde purse vicinity Rafael 
Gardens Sunday evening. Finder 
keep currency, return purse, and 
contents. 1876 Nave Drive. Novato 
Phone Novato 322-M. 
BLACK Persian cat. Lost in auto­ 
mobile acculent to front Sunny- 
hills orphanage. 
A n s w e r s to 
Smoky. GL 
Si a W EBi ^ e m iiO r i^ T m e d T : 
eal attention 
Please return 246 
Scenic road. Fairfax. Suitable re­ 
ward. 
C T H 
B 
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" 11 e"m i T e ~ « B ifl 
black, short haired, vicinity 11 
Post. Larkspur, Wednesday Aug­ 
ust 13th, 6:15 p.m. Answers Oso. 
Larkspur 14S2-& 
t o s f Largejaali oofflK Answers to 
name of 
Pepper”. Brown, black 
and white. 4 white paws, Cali 
GLenwood 3-9540. 
ONE gold circle earring for pierced 
ears. Owner may identify bv bring 
tog the matching one. GL ‘4-3020, 


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POUND to Toc alo ma: Female Ger­ 
man short hair. Found in San 
Anseimo : male * red Irish terrier 
and scotty mix; female black Irish 
* terrier and scotty mix pup. Hu- 
mane Society GLenwood 3-7812. 


and brown pomerian mix. Santa 
uno: 
jk grey 
tiger cat Found Mill Valley: Male 


Ro§a license. Found San Ansei___ 
Young male black, grev and white 


white and black short haired cat 
Humane Society GL. 3-7812.____ 
FOUND Fairfax—male tan and grey 
Yorkshire terrier. Found Toca- 
loma—female German sh o t hair. 
Humane Society, GLenwood 3- 
7812 


2— Personals 


AT your command, gentle to hand*, 
Fina Foam rug and upholstery 
cleaner. San Rafael Hardware. 
RIDE wanted toTObio" or vicinity 
about August IE Will help drive 
ami «hare expense*. Phone Novato 
977-J. 


POLIO INSURANCE . 
PETER BACISALUPI 
INSURANCE ês REAL ESTATE 
PHONE GLENWOOD 4-2147 
- 
st a iT young“ 
D 
Rose LeFohn’s scientific beauty 
aids are now available in Marin 
Co. 
Free facial tor appointment. 
Call between 6 and 12, Corte Ma­ 
dera 1581-W. 
Alcoholics Anonymous 
P O. B « 200, San Anselmo 
P.O. Box 446, Sausaiito 
PX>. Box 308, Mill Valley 
PG, Box 624, San Rafael 
Phone GLenwood 4-0564 
ANNETTE’S Beauty Shop, Tiburon 
Mato Street, specializing in cold 
. waves and machine waves, hair 
cutting, scalp treatment. Open 6 
days week. Evenings by appoint- 
Btent G E neva 5-4764. 
THE “Smooth Look4* men flrimin» 
can be yours. Unwanted hairs re­ 
moved 
permanently. 
GLenwood 
4-4700 or GLenwood 4-2739. 
3— Help W onted 


Experienced auto dealer­ 
ship SER V IC E M A N A G E R . 
Excellent 
working 
condi­ 
tions, TO P SA LA R Y . 
INDEPENDENT JOURNAL Box 452 
Wo m a n for housework and cook­ 
ing Live in. 3 to family. GLen­ 
wood 4-4098 
Am a z in D e a r n in g “¥ l a H 
Make profit* to 100^ on exciting 
new Christmas Card Assortments. 
Values seU on aight. Personalised 
Cards $1 per box. up. NAME-IN- 
GOLD Cards, stationery, many 
others. Get at sortaient« on ap­ 
proval, FREE P rsonalized Sarn­ 
ies. 8TYLART. 1717 W. Ninth, 
, 102, Los Angeles. 
Mil k Salesman. $300 per month. 
R e f e r e n c e s , Phone GLenwood 
3-0324 
CLERK, experienced in telling com­ 
mercial stationary. Box 451 In- 
dependent-Journal. 
Fr y c o o k£ ' a n d tfArFRfifera: 
Neat and clean. Excellent oppor­ 
tunities. 
Call for appointment. 
Zim s, Corte Madera 696, between 
3 and 5 p.m 
Experienced auto dealer­ 
ship 
PARTS 
M A N A G E R . 
Top Salary. 
INDEPENDENT JOURNAL Box 453 
EXPERIENCED waitress wanted for 
Blue Fountain Restaurant, alto 
Wye. DU. 0-4032 or DU. 8-9977. 
wye. r 
w o m en . 18-30. Male money to 
spare time making appointment« 
for food-plan salesmen. Exper­ 
ience not necesary. We train you 
to make 0100 a week or more. 
Highest commission*. Phone DUn- 
lap 6-5413. 


Closing Tima 


CLASSIFIED 
ADVERTISING 


copy 
W eekdays 6:00 p. m. 
Saturdays 5:00 p. m. 


day preceding 
publication 


(Commercial Account* I p.m,J 
PHONE GLwood 4-3020 
or DUnlap 8-2351 


9 
tJijmtmm. U i __» 
# — n s i p w a n r e u 


REALTOR needs pleasant woman 
to handle rental of large apart­ 
ment building. Ño license neces­ 
sary. Attractive hours and pay, 
Call BREEN & CO. GL. 3-355L 
IRONING, hoi 
work; T u e s d a y . 
Thursday, Saturday. 
10-4. $1.00 
hour. GLenwood 3-9387. 
YOUNCTTady to operate dry clean- 
ing store in San Rafael. Steady 
work. Good pay. Apply to persosi. 
Vogue Cleaners. 1838 4th St., San 
Rafael. 


WANT GOOD H & P ? NEED A JOS 
McKinney 


E m p l o y m i o i A g e n c y 
(Jsb C sfiitr of M a rin ! 
1444 4th St. 8JL GLenwood 4-2011 


A fe you looking for~work?“We are 
looking for you. North gay Em- 
ffin& t e 
' a 
l 


t — P o s itio n s 
W o n t e d 


PRACTICAL nursing — cart of 
rtderlp E x p s r i a n c « ! . Daytime 
only. Phone GLenwood 4-1269 


>— Satino«* Servíaos 


AUGUSTOS 
TUEE SERVICE 
m m ESTIMATES - INSU 
6:96 a as - 6:06 pjn, GL 3- 


Better deeam ün^Ftost« m 
f f r J ^ u a * en materials. 


Sausaiito 55-J - lo r 44 LJ 


LET PERFECTION 
UPHOLSTERING 


perienced — residential, commer­ 
cial 0b industrial. GLenwood 4- 
3118. 
i S ï ï k i M J c » w o m a n w a n t s 
housework by the day. References 
<1 per hour. Please call aftsr 10 
a-m. GLenwood 3-6636, 


HOUSEWORK by day only. Phon» 
GLenwood 3-6357. 
CjHTLD Care—Ironing in your home! 
$1 
hour. 
Experienced 
woman. 
References. Independent-Journal. 
Box 449. 


Ga s Station attendant, experience 
necessary See Dick Reed, Union 
Station 
1826 
Fourth 
St., 
Rafael. 
San 


MAN for dry c_____ 
Corte Madera - Larkipur area. 
Must have good personality and 
like to meet the public. Apply in 
person, Vogue Cleaners, 77 Miller 
Ave., Mill Valley. 
YOUNG MAN with high s&hool ed- 
ucation for truck route Marin 
County. Call Mr. McBain, Ameri­ 
can News Company, Santa Rosa 
2149 


SECRETARY wanted iw general 
office work. In Mill Valley. Good 
salary, good working condition*. 
Independent-Joumal Box 447. 
HAND f i n i s h e r , must be ex­ 
perienced, 
Reference. 
Tiburon- 
Belvedere Laundry. GEneva 5- 
; mm* ■■ ■ 
■ 
vte'.1 


MALE 
GROCERY CLERKS 
Wanted 
Ages 21 to 35 
APPLY 
SAFEWAY STORES 
121 San Anselmo Ave. 
San Anselmo, California 


MEN 


Full Time Permanent Openings 
AVAILABLE AT 
- 
STANDARD 
STATIONS, INC. 
STARTING EARNINGS 


* S m OTT8 
5 DAY WEEK 
As approved by WSB 
GOOD FUTURE 
INTERVIEWS DAILY MONDAY 
THROUGH FRIDAY 
200 Bush St., Rm. 120, San Francisco 


CHECK THE 
ADVANTAGES OF A 
JOB AS A TELEPHONE 
OPERATOR 


V GOOD PAY 
V REGULAR SALARY 
INCREASES 
V EARN WHILE YOU 
LEARN 
v PLEASANT WORKING 
CONDITIONS 


APPLY TODAY FOR THIS 
IMPORTANT WORK AT 


1 H Street, San Rafael 
507 Bridgeway Blvd., Sauaalito 
300 E BUthedale Ave., Mill Valley 
404 Magnolia Ave., Larkspur 
Pacific Telephone 


the said estate has by operation of 
law or otherwise acquired other 
than or in addition to that of the 
decedent at the time of her death, 
in and to th at certain parcel of land 
lying and being 'in Tha town of 
Ross, County of Marin, State of 
California, described m follows: 
Lot number 122, as xhown upon 
that certain Map entitled, "Ray­ 
mond Tract. Ross Valley, Marin 
County, 
California, 
Subdivision 
T hree’, 
recorded 
October 
2nd, 
1905 in the office of the County 
Recorder of the County of Marin, 
State of California, in Book 2 of 
Msp*„ at page 38. 
Bids or offers are invited for said 
property and must be in writing, 
will be received a t the law 
offices of Atheam. C h a n d l e r 0c 
Hoffman, 563 Market Street, San 
Francisco 5, California, attorneys 
for said executor, or may be filed 
with the clerk of the said Superior 
Court, or delivered to lid said exe­ 
cutor personally at any time after 
the fust publication of this notice 
and before the making of said sale. 
Terms and conditions of sale; 
Cash to lawful m o n e y of the 
United States of America, rim per 
cent (10%) of the purchase price to 
be paid on the day of sale, balance 
on confirmation of sale by the 
Court. Deed a t the expense m pur­ 
chaser m purchasers. Property to 
be sold subject to current taxes and 
to hens and assessments of record. 
Dated: August 7, 1952. 
LEIGH ATHEARN, Executor 
of the Estate of Hazel C. 
Woodward, deceased. 
593 Market Street, 
San Francisco 5, Calif. 
No. 561 Aug. II. 12, 13, 14, 15, 10, 18, 
19, 26, 21723, 23, 25, 26, 27, 1652. 
Fibj, Searing heft 


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lart sakootti Resiool Ouitneat m yoar 
tesa m aeee. t e how «ptrtÈri 
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BOYS 


¡n 
LARKSPU R 
K E N T F IilD 


If you a n interested to an occu­ 
pation that la both healthful and 
gainfUl and will give you practical 
business experience, inquire now 
about 
an 
Independent * Journal 
newspaper route at the Independ 
ent-Jounial 
circulation 
Depa 
ffitnt or call GLenwood 4-3Û26, 


W IL L ^ r?for c h i l d r e n aid do 
housework; 
5 
day 
week; 
ex­ 
will sleep out. DU t- 
perienced; 
wplrlPte* 
Bi&VIÔË man available for odd 
' jobs of all sorts. Call at any time. 
GL. 4-1056. 
CARPENTER7^abinet m»Jc«r. Work 
by the day, hour or contract. No 
job too small, GLenwood 3-0851. 
CTOf AIN laundering. Also ironing 
hnens, dresses, etc., In my home. 
Reasonable, experienced. Delivery 
service. GL 3-0585. 


7— Business Personáis 


ASTROLOGY readings. Advise on 
all matters. Reading daily.. Tele­ 
phone Mill Valley, DUnlap 8-5300. 


8— Business Services 


PAINTING - decorating - sheet 
rock taping — paper hanging. 
Phone G L e n w o o d 3-0889. Mr. 
Simpson 
CEMENT finishing, form setting; 
patios, etc. Work by the hour. 
Simmons, p h o n e San Rafael, 
GLenwood 3-1559. 
BUILDINGSlR^ÄmED 
" 
HOMES remodelled. Finest work­ 
manship. Insured Aiding* Com- 
^teny. Contractor*. GL 3-0296 or 


PROPERTY SURVEY 
■Y 
T.T^trMÄWi e iw ii briap 
oUAVIiYUK 
Phone DUnlap 8-3072 
M A^ÑSV” IHreDr¿e~.tone patios 
and planting boxés. No job too 
small. Hourly rates. Dial GLen­ 
wood 3-6794. 


Banfield 
Rug Cleaning 


r e c o v e r 
CHAIR 


IT YEARS SERI 
Ruga-Carpete 
proofed, 
Oriental Specie 


VINO MARIN 
dyed, moth* 
... repaired 
Oriental “ 
* ‘ 
Carrtrtt 
__ 
Fret estimate.'pick up and dellvtry 
GLenwood 3-3050 


LIGHT TRACTOR WORK 
Grading, post hole digging, power 
mowing* rotoMHtog. Alto top soil. 
GLenwood 3-001« 


UNITED MOVING 
AND STORAGE 


MOVINO WITH CAM 
EVERYWHERE 
SUCCESSORS TO GOSS 
Ph. GLenwood 8-4771 
s a § m 
m 
r m 
a f v r* 
RUBBISH HAULED 
Reasonable,» “Tony’1 Saus 
164-R 
If»AIN’íllíÑG, pspertng, 
decorating. 
For estimate call Frank L. Dar- 
blay, GLenwood 4-1513« 1135 Mis- 
atoo, San Rafael. 
WANTED 
Ml 
mat 
' f i m o , 
„ 
__ 
_ 
WALL, etc., 15 years experience. 
FRANK GIULIANI 
GLENWOOD 3-3997 


rt- 


FÜRl^TlÏÏlEnrepair maiiTiná fin- 
isher, Miiat be experienced. Per­ 
manent position. See Mr. Braver- 
man. 206 Greenfield 
Ave., 
San 
Anselmo, 
_____ 
^ cP e Sj e ÑC ED liärpen ter foreman 
fee hillside home. 
Frante con­ 
struction. 
Schultz Building Co . 
Greenbrae, GLenwood 3-1666. 


A 
C. 
i*t 
i*, te '4 
“ ***** 3Qi<^rncn v i q n t f q 


Empire Tree Service 


T R q o ç r o 
tW P® D 
- 
REMOVED 
Wood 
eut - Lots 
Cleared « 
Free 
Estimates — Insured 
PHONE GLENWOOD 3-0294 


.Commercial Printing 


LETTERHEADS 
BILLHEADS 
ENVELOPES 
BUSINESS CARDS 
FOLDERS 
PUBLICATION WORK 


Whatever Your Printing Needs, 
No Job Too Large 
Or Too Small 


Indspsndsnt-Journsl 


Phone GLenwood 4-80S) 
SALESMAN w a n t e d t e a large 
Western 
manufacturer. 
Aggres­ 
sive, experienced man, 25-32 years 
old, to call on retail grocer* to 
Marin and Sonoma counties. Car 
furnished. Good salary. Perman­ 
ent 
Must reside 
in 
territory. 
Write P.O. Box 27, Oakland, Calif. 
S a n ambltiousTorexcellent char- 
acter. age over 35. Must be 
acter. age over 35. Must be ready 
to accept position by Sept. 15, 
1652 Capable of earning SS.OOO to 
$16h00 annually. Engaged to an 
important expansion program, I 
am seeking a man to work locally 
in Marin County area represent­ 
ing a Johns-Manville Approved 
Contractor. For personal inter­ 
view, write fully gftrtog age, edu­ 
cation. experience and telephone 
number. Address — N. W. Barton, 
Johns-Manville S a l e s Corpora­ 
tion, 116 New Montgomery Street, 
S. F. 
ONLY one tote per week m akes 
you over $506 per month. Are fm 
making it NOW? 
We wiU tetto 
you. m m o GLenwood 6-6686 to 
the afternoon. 


SOFA AND 
8 r 
PHONE 
GLENWOOD 3-4103 


° a i% '0 2 K Y K U S J' 


w f W 
R t Ä J M r « . 
_ - 
Arranged 
® uûu~limb about to fall oiTymar 
roof? Call Atlas Landscape Co 
collect Petaluma M m Tr*»* 


m ît» eUr 8ptîÎÂÎty- 
**** 
mUm 


f— Fymihir® 


h o U aYWOOD twin beds like new. 
Phone OUnwood 8-8604. 
WAINÜT bed with apring7 wafoui 
Ciiifferobe, 
w a l n u t end table, 
S5S?fî* ^ a s ove«tuffed 
entire opmbina- 
Telephone GLenwood 


BIG 4 DRAWER CHEST 
UNFINISHED, 37* HIGH, 28" WIDE 


$ 14.81 


Western Furnitur« Co. 
1848 4TH ST. SAN RAFAEL 
GL 3-1617 
» íte0* 't*st oi telephont 
Building op 4th Street 
FREE 


2 end tables and cot tea 
table with the purchase 
of any of tha following 
living room suites. 


Sofa and chair to blue and 
green treize 
__ 
,,j 


Soft, Chair and Ottoman ... $146.80 
Chair Is adjustable 


Ro ä 
Maple. 
Divan 
and 
chair to green print,...^ 


Chas. London sofa. 
^ 
Ross freizs 


76.66 


$146 JO 


6680 


Kroehler sofa and fhaiv ,„u. $116M 
* 
Casa Marin .. 
Warehouse 


Æ 
a Æ 
~ « S f l g . 
9 PIECE modem 
never used, 
black wood f_. 
to sell a t $500 
BLACK Chinase breakfront, on t 
year old, Original cost $556, make 
offer. GLenwood 3-9383 
HERMAN Miller 
site rosewood. 
¡üvtr and linen 
$465. 
Owner moving i 
Mil $225. Sausaiito 066 


10— Musical lasfniiiiMta 


GRANDE VOX ISO «Me UCOnlfen 
6150 with case, excellent condirien. 
Phone OLenwood 3-0990. 
GUERNARIUB violin, dated 1746, 
j f f i 5 W V g * w H n B 
Street, san Rafael. « 


BLOND upright, needs tuning- IH . 
GLenwood 4-1344. 
Phone 
ü ä r o n B H S O T r 
lent t e 
RAY HIMF, 
m m -n H tp s= 5 sr- 


e m ö s - s a i ^ s s a n 


IS A — Matted tastractte» 


B r m E Kelley, fim úxt piano. Be­ 
ginners or advance, Hour* “ 
to 9 pm . Larkspur S2-W. 
i pm . 


13— rorttry 


Petaluma 1-4376, 
highway. 


13-A— Form »redacts 


free from worms. 
BARTLETT 
2c 2b, by the lug. Bitot your own 
containers. C. Paladini Route 1, 
Box 762, Wilson Ave., Novato. 
PiNÉST ësirtîeit pears now ready. 
Durbrow Orchard end of Wilson 
Avenue. Novato. Pick yourself, or 
otherwise. Novato 616-Y. 
ÔRAVËN6T1ÏN 
apples. 
lartKTt 
M rs, Satsuma plums, peaches L. 
DeLucchi, McClay Road, Box 103, 
Novato. 


1 ^ - iSf JTfTifljai:.» £i|m «Uto,# 
i 
wBl toiwBI wWI|EfPiiWp 


ÓaHdAÑIÑG AHÍ) ODD JOBS 
$1.75 per hour. Phone GL. 3-1812, 
H. iTCatí?. 


NEED A CARPENTER 
Remodeling * Repairs - Additions 
Contract or Hourly - Free Estimates 
GLENWOOD 3-6210 
Country Art 
Construction Co« 
General Building Contractor* 
WE BUILD NEW HOMES. RE­ 
MODEL - MODERNIZE - ADDI­ 
TIONS 
- 
GARAGES 
- 
CAR 
PORTS. P O, BOX 182, MILL 
VALLEY. DU, 8-3734. 
TAftoilNG - ALTOJ01ÍiraíÍ" 
DRESSMAKING. All w«k experüy 
done. Prices reasonable. Gl. 4-8726. 
FRANK H Smaw, general building 
con trac r.or. Free est irr a tei. Vine­ 
yard Road, Novato. Novato 655-R. 


Marin Garden Supplies 


AH your garden needs at one loca­ 
tion. Field stone. Rat atom, Son­ 
oma stone, buildim blocks, grape 
•takes, cement, rand, fertilizer 
and many other items. Phone GL. 
3-4976. Open Sunday. Lincoln and 
Greenfield Avenue, San Anselmo. 


Fuchsias, gallon cans 00c, 3 inch 
is 35c. Abies Fuchsia Garden, 
, Dillon Beach Road. 


Fertihaer & Too Soil 
Phone GLenwood 4-26« 
— m r § m r r m 
* 
IN 4 yd, or 5 yd. 
DUnlap 8-5056. 
TOP Soil rich black 
CfremieaUy in s pec ted and ip* 
proved I m m e d i a t e delivery* 
pitone Novato 674-W. 
, 
E. D. 6TROCKBIN1 
Shredd ed Umw% 
Top soil also. Mixed to order. 
Novato to*W 


IS — fsts 


PERSIAN kittens, pedigreed, silvers, 
smoke ami blacks. Call GLenwood 
W 


y 
* 
1 
' >:/V -ÍV 3 


12 
3lnbfpmbfn!-3lmtnatl. 
Aug;_t8i_j952 


1 iE 
PaaJlMK 
- 
i « « ■ ■ f in 


DACHSHUND female lor sale 
2 
months 
AKC 
registered. 
150. 
GLenwood 3-815!______________ 


YES. «re btve one royal Siamese 
kitten to give away; and three So 
sell. Call GLenwood 1-861 £, Kent- 
öeki. 
S oefO N 
G6TON puppies b, registefad! (java* 
If, perfeetS marked. Screw tails. 
Pat, healthy puppies Stud sendee. 
GLenwood 4 -1 1 6 3 ______ 
_____ 
FOE SALfl Cocker pups. Blondes 
and party colors B e a s e n a b l e . 
Phone GLenwood 8-3394. 
iJUNTERS ATTENTION 
P int three who call GL. 1-2612 own 
pure bred Labrador puppies. Dirt 


K * e\ . . 
K S te * 
'¿li 
i tor* 
Cock&teeb, Golden and Amhurst 
phesants. 
16IÎ Vallejo St., No­ 
vato, Phone Notato 114-M. ..... 
BOCrrtÏËS. Registered AKC. Rea­ 
sonable pnces Phone GLenwood 
3-46SC 
• ____ 
ÖOC KEB~S paniel pixppáe^ WaltorT- 
dale Kenneb. Reg. End of Tram« 
bull Ave., novata. Phone 854-J 


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16— Miseeitqtcoiis for Sato 


CUAN 
mzwnprmg 
mattress. 
2 
Heather Way, Larkspur. Larkspur 
447-J. 
PÍSTOL3 — automatic, like new. 
P-38 Lugar; H-D high standard 
22; Regulation 45; Hoirers. am- 
limit ion. extra clip6, and clean- 
m 
__________ 
clips. 
ina equipment 44C Bella 
Belvedere. GEneva 5-0182. 
RUGS table top Wedgwood stove. 
General E l e c t r i c refngera or. 
Good condition Single bed, circu- 
latmg oil heater. 128 Pine Street, 
*. San Rafael Phone GLenwood 3- 
7487. 
_____ 
________ _ 
G o o d 
BENDI X, 4 years old. 
condition. Sausalito 1 
m 
1087J 


SPECIAL 
V. MAPLE DN. SET-4150 
5 pc. FROV. MPL. M M . SET—8150 
48 WOOD DROP BIDE CREB-$10 
PROSPERITY GAS RANGE — $50 
ANTIQUE SPINNING WHEEL—$50 
OVAL BRAIDED LINEN RUG 8x12 
STEEL SLAT VENETIAN BLINDS: 
ONE 13* X 6‘ 8*': TWO ¿3*' x 6 8”; 
POUR ASSORTED SIZES 
*THE LOT—$50) 
GE 5-4613 


SAVE YODR $$$$ 
GOSS 


NEW i USED FURNITURE 
AND APPLIANCES 


Pianos, Rugs, Painfi 
and Supplies 
» i 
| 
FREE DELIVERY ANYWHERE 
IN MARIN COUNTY 
EASY TERMS 


WE ALSO BUY, TRADE AND 
smJL ON CONSIGNMENT 
GOSS 
Warehouse Sales 


FRANCIS A MAGNOLIA 
AVES. IN LARKSPUR 


Ph. S.A. GLenwood 4-2484 
OPEN DAILY $ ftjrn. to 8 pm 
Sunday 10 am. to 3 pro. 


WRISTWATCH — men* i 17 
Gruen, $ d ïamond case. 
« $500. sell POO. Phone GLenwood 
4-3842. 
_ 
6 YEAR old crib, Kant wet mattress 
Like new, 
4-2236. 
$23. Phene GLenwood 


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TWIN beds, coil springs. Phone 
GLenwood 3-8588. 
...... 
KEN MORE 
w a s h i n g 
machine. 
Pump and timer. Good condition. 
$40. Phene DU 8-0320. 
SAN Rafael Methodist C h u r c h 
Rummage sale. Bianco "s Garage. 
August 20 and 21. 
6 YEAR crib and Kant wet mattress, 
$20. High chair $5. Good condi­ 
tion. Bendix automatic washer 
$90. Hotpoint electric range with 
thrift cooker $90. GLenwood 3-4105. 
LEATHER headboard, tegs. $20. 9’ 
wrought iron railing. $25. Childs 
12 base accordion $25 GLenwood 
4-4331. 
GAS 
Range “'tnSfi 
burner, I S , 
Grand cabinet upright piano and 
stool, $175. Excellent condition. 
Phone GLenwood 4-0788, 


system. C 
Francisco 


1850 WESTINGHOU'seV frigerator, 
automatic defroster, 10 cu. ft.; 
new. $410—sell. $300, perfect con­ 
dition. Montgomery Ward atove, 
1949, separate high broiler, 
door oven, perfect condition, 
DU 8-3674 
NEW WDERWOOD 
Champion Model Portable TW 
I£51 models. Were 89230 plus tax 
Now $79.50 plus tax 
1 YEAR OUARANTEE 
RAY S 
OFFICE MACHINE SERVICE 
801 B St San Rafael GL. 3-0375 
CHILD'S Wardrobe, 6 year crib aha 
mattress. Bathinette. Baby tends. 
Stroler. 8 x 10 rug. GLenwood 4- 
«83, 
■ 
___________ 
GAS* range" Montgomery Ward & 
sewing machine, portable electric. 
Make offer. Phone GLenwood 3- 
8715._______________ 
FREE use of piano in exchange for 
storage for not less than 2 years. 
Large upright painted white. Ideal 
for rumpus room. Phone from 
Monday on, GL 3-3158, or GL 4- 
4391. 


HI^FTDELITY custom phono sys­ 
tem c o m p l e t e $135. Includes 
changer, amplifier and speaker 
CATANIA SOUND. 345 
Blvd. Ph. San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-1130 
2 PIECE grey chesterfield set, year 
old 
In perfect condition. 
Call 
days, 
Sausalito 
124, 
evenings 
Sausalito 581. 
TELEVISION* SPECIALS 
floor 
models reduced up to $150. 
New 
guarantee, RAY HI ME, 4th & C 
Sts., S. R. 


3 BEDRM REDWOOD. Nearly new, 
close to t r a n s p o r t a t i o n and 
schools. $12,950. 


MAKE OFFER. 3 bedroom with 
rumpus 
room, 
fireplace, 
view 
Hawthorne Hills. $16,500. 


2 BEDRM, near school, 5 years old. 
Immaculate. Well constructed. A 
real buy. $10,500. 


LOTS — 3 good 60 x 100 building 
sites. Adjacent to Sleepy Hollow. 
Price $1200 each, less for ah three 
David S. Adams 
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1355 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
GL 3-4280 or GL 3-4755 


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I B — g t O i B SfC m rO r 3 0 1 


SACRIFICE! Divan, chair set, like 
new, 
$60. 
Custom 
chesterfield 
$130, custom chaise lounge. Otto­ 
man $85, GL 4-0866. 


Close Out 
Polly Dryers 


100‘ RED FIR 
150’ RED FIR 
$5.00 
$5.95 
Sale 
Electric Fans 


1^A~ gittding Materials 


USED newspaper mats are good for 
lining sheds, attics, playhouses. 
Sheets about 20 x 24 inches, tough 
but easy to handle. Big bundles 
50c each, 3 for $1.00. See W ashing- 
ton Boyce, IndOpendeot-JoornaL 
y f o nn. »-m iriifx 111 p* ■ i i. m» i >i% jm f*p s. 
ji. rv 
UuED parquet noonnsr. r cfe o 
thick oak. $200.00 per M. Call eve- 
thick oak. $200.00 per 
nlngs Sausalito 505-J, 
15«C 
Boots and Suppliis 


FISHERMEN LOOK! 
16 Ft. boat. IVt HP. Mercury out­ 
board. Both for $150. GLenwood 
3-1783. 
16’ RUNABOUT with 74 HP. Mer- 


Don't Buy 


Until you see and compare these 
new homes in Exclusive Glenaire 
Subdivision 


Large roomy bedrooms with ward­ 
robe closets, kitchen and bath 
have lots of tile, living room has 
large picture windows, fireplace, 
hardwood floors, and dining area 
Redwood shake roof and brick 
trim blend Into the background of 
hill and trees. Price from $14.950 
to $15,500. Only a few left. 


Tarrant Realty 
1011 3rd, Opposite Safeway 
3570 Redwood Highway GL 3-6220 
GLenwood 3-9386 


cury motor. 
m r ".. 
$225. Sausalito 74-J- 


FROM $3.79 


STEAMER trunk, used only once. 
Excellent condition. Cost * 40—sell 
$20. GLenwood 8-4827 
______ 
iSlNING room suite, rug. lamps, and 
radio Call Art Souza. 1201 San 
* Anselmo Av<l . San A n s e 1 m o. 
GLanwood i-TfajT^ *____________ 
6NE ~ double eml Bed, springs’ 2 
twin size. Walnut occasional table. 
Very reasonable. Phone Sundays 
and evenings. GLenwood 4-0296. 
AUTOMATIC 
Ken mo re 
washer" 
50. Automatic Kenmore dryer 
90. Chroma dinette set, $50. 3 
piece solid walnut bedroom suite 
$nft 
New 
mahogany 
Duncan- 
Phyfe dining t a b l e $95 Over­ 
stuffed chair $30. GLenwood 4- 
3188. ___ __________________ _ 
Knit dress, size 12-14 Lovely 
Sacrifice $35 


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SAN RAFAEL 
HARDWARE 
1137 Fourth S t. 
GLenwood 3-3077 


Al’s Used Fumlture 
sell, trade anything. Open 7 
ys. 
North end of Marin Ship- 
Sausalito 622-W, residence 
18-R. 


B7 ¿ 
yard, 
118-F 
nm rvp A 
lens. Excellent 
8-0299. 


Zeiss Ikon, 3.5 
condition, $100. Dü 


United Moving & Storag# 
Successors to Goss 
Ph. GLenwood 3-4771 


17— Miscellaneous Wanted 


HEAVY winter coat for 14 year old 
boy; also suit in good condition. 
DU 8-2622. 
Player 
records am 
GLenwood 
3-2735 


"piano’™’rolls', 
d machines. 
after 


WANTED 
Cylinder 
Phone 
5 pm._________________________ 
LATE model gas stove, nvh; hand 
circulating heater. Sausalto 406R. 
WANTED 12x15 wool rug, good con­ 
dition. 
To $150. 
Rubber tired 
wheelbarrow. DU. 8-3497. 
WANTED; Clean cotton rags with­ 
out buttons, for wiping machinery. 
Independent-Journal office. 1028 
B St.. San Rafael. 
WE BUY JUNK, autos, machinery, 
«rap iron, equipment, materials. 
Phone GLenwood 3-2522. 


GREENBRAE 


Resale Values 


$24,750 
Impressive California colonial 2 
story home of 3 large bedrooms, 2 
tile baths, extra lav., separate din­ 
ing room, central hall plan, wide 
view balcony, extra large 2 car 
garage. Immaculate condition. In­ 
cludes some carpeting and drapes 
Lot 95 x 125 terraced. A real feu; 
at this low price. 
A real buy 


18— Real Estate For Sale 


G.E. 
PUSHBUTTON type electric 
range, deep well, pressure cooker. 
Sacrifice, $250, DU. 8-4494, 


Worth $125, 
QLenwofd $-1282. 
COOLERATOR-deluxe. Steel, hun­ 
dred lb ice box. 2 door, vegetable 
box and light. Mornings GL 4- 
35«. 
fjINING room set, beautiful blond 
wood, original cost $500. Sell for 
$200; 6 chairs, including 2 hostess 
chairs, large buffet. Bedroom set, 
bleached mahogany, bedside table, 
chest of drawers, desk, double bed 
springs, mattress 
$175. Ironrite, 
hardly used, make offer. Chest of 
drawers $5. GLenwood 3-7766. __ 
Ta b l e top Stove, griddle, trash 
burner, $75. Electric floor polish­ 
er $15, J. Do wen, 24 Marquard 
Avenue. San Rafael. 
CHOICE Bartiett pears for canning. 
$125 field lug. You pickT Grou 
W! 
lug. You pick, 
rinery at Vineburg, 24 
east of 8onoma on old 
Highway. 
10^ MAGNAVO* T.V. wlöTm ät® : 


miles 
Napa 


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mg mahoganv 
GLenwood 3-7 
revolving table $50. 
3-7044 
MOTOROLA Television. 20' 
screen. Mahogany cabinet. Cost 
8435. Must sell Very reasonable. 
GLenwood 4-1974. 
MOVING must sell Holh wood bed, 
matching spread $60. 6 year crib, 
Kant wet- mattress $10, Three ma­ 
hogany end tables like new. Out­ 
door dryer S7.5G 
Matched golf 
clubs. Chinese grass rugs. Bam­ 
boo 
shades. Mahogany 
electric 
clock $7 50. GLenwood 3-1172. 


ELECTRIC RANGES, 2 ovens, fully 
automatic floor samples. 
SAVE 
$100 from regular price. 
HIME 4th A C Str., S. R 
RAY 


NEW ARRIVALS FOR 
Warehouse Sale 


Bedroom suites, dining groups. 
upholstered 
pieces, 
occasional 
tables, chrome dinettes, lamps, 
mgs and carpets. All new. Good 
selection of outdoor and patio 
furniture. 
Forman Furniture Co. 
535 IRWIN STREET 
South Side of Francisco Blvd. 
Past N.W P. Freight Shed 
PHONE GL. 3-0272 SAN RAFAEL 
WASHING MACHINES 
REFRIGERATORS 
STOVES 
Many good used bargains. Famour 
makes to choose from 
RAY HIME, Piano* & Appliances 
4th and C streets 
' 
GL 4-1170 
RONSONS repaired. $1 plus parte. 
1 hour service. Some repairs im­ 
mediately. Wheeler’s J e w e l r y , 
Fairfax. 


County Wide 


$31,750 
Beautiful custom built ranch style 
home, 3 bedrooms, 2 tile baths in 
central hall plan all on one floor 
Every room has a grand view of 
the Bay. Lovely social room with 
unique bar on garden floor. Extra 
space for workroom and storage 
Lot has 100 ft. frontage and is 
professionally landscaped. Excel­ 
lent condition. 
An outstanding 
home. 
THE GREENBRAE CO. 
GREENBRAE 
GLenwood 3-5645 


DUPLEX 


Excellent Location 
Here is an easy to maintain home 
for you with income which will 
help pay for your investment. 
Each unit has an electric stove, 
refrigerator, and Venetian blinds. 
Insulated for year round comfort 
and close to High School. Perfect 
for retired couple. Easy to make 
down payment — and good fin­ 
ancing. 
Full price $21,000 
See this for real value 
Exclusively listed with 
Erwin V. Holton 
924 B Street San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-8124 GLenwood 4-4623 


NEAR ST. ANSELM’S 
Older 3 bedrm. home in good 
dition. 
Fireplace, 
porch, 
room, garage, large level, 
scaped fenced lot, $12,600. 


con­ 
quest 
land- 


Top Quality 


$25,000 


This beautiful 4 4 year bid 
home surrounded by moat 
attractive informal gardens 
and opening onto a typical . 
California patio offers the 
UTMOST IN SUBURBAN 
LIVING. Unusual entrance 
hall, 3 bedrooms, 14 baths, 
cozy kitchen and breakfast 
nook with brick wall. Serv­ 
ice porch. 2 car garage, and 
a wonderful unfinished play 
room. Just & few blocks to 
schools and transportation 
in one of SAN ANSELMO S 
F I N E S T D I S T R I C T S . 
Vacant — owner has left 
gorgeous draperies and wall 
m i r r o r s . Call us to see 
ANYTIME. 
Woodson Realty 
22 Bank Street, San Anselmo 
GLenwood 3-8144 


tage with large 
Fireplace, gar- 
Lfcvel, 


MAPLE bed box springs and mat- 
treas, $50. Boy’s bicycle, $15. GL 
3-7 4 6 6 _______ 
E ^ I T S N '^ ^ F iitS T lir S b 'iin ^ 
eit* table, 3 panel screen, large 
high backed chair Sausalito *283J. 
BABY bed, mattress, chest™ 
Bathinette. 
Taylor 
Tot. 
_ seat. All $65. GLenwood 3-7839 
tH O l wririger type,-pump $K. 2Q 
Ion water heater $10. Cement 
ble trays $5 GL 3-8081. 
gallo 
doubi 
ONE satiate table and 4 chairs. 1 
One Duncan Phyfe table, 6 chairs, 
cherryc One 5* Jointer, one 4 
horse motor. 4 and 4 mandills. 
Dado washers. One electric roast­ 
er. One Crosley TV. Two iron cots 
and pads. One Btoki No. 19 spray 
gun. One Kellogg American spray 
gun. One paint pot for spraying. 


I aS s ïNETTE; crib:'child's ¿renar. 
Ice box. Reasonable. 139 Lansd&le 
avenue. Fairfax. 
8 CU. FT. advanced 
refrigerator. 
$200, 
design Phiico 
3 
cushioned 
maroon davenport. $40, 4 x 2 doll 
house. $20. DU 8-0250 
CERAMIC kiln, top loading, gas fir­ 
ing. 104 cu, ft, excellent for 
studio potter: also selling out as 
unit ray ma tcrials» clay, glazes, 
pottery moulds, p p . 8-4593, 
GAS~SSlg^" Frig idaire, Phiico radld* 
phono, bunk beds studio couch, 
other items. DU 8-3587 


BUY DU PONT PAINTS 
AT 
MAXWELL’S HARDWARE 
CORTE MADERA 1146 


BOUSES POR SALE FOR THE 
BEST VALUES 
DONT MISS 
TODAY'S 
CLASSIFIED 
REAL 
EgTATE IN THE INDEPEND­ 
ENT. 


Don't Gamble Wiih Fire 
FIRE EXTINGUISHERS. 
RECHARGES — REFILL 
FYR-FYTER DISTRIBUTOR 
SAN RAFAEL HARDWARE 
1137 FOURTH ST. 
GLENWOOD 3-3077 


Bellach Furniture Co. 
819 FRANCISCO BLVD.. S. R. 
NEAR MOTOR MOVIES 
GLenwood 3-8041 
Open evenings Monday thru Friday 
Sundays 10 to 4 


OPEN ALL DAY SATURDAY 


Mill Seconds 
PLYWOOD : 
all thicknesses and grades 


5/16' sheathing 
3 /8*' sheathing 
12" sheathing 
5 8' sheathing 
I V A.D. rejects 


.07 sq. ft. 
..,os sq * ft.* 
“ sq. ft. 
f t 
ft. 


« s q . 
-...........09 sq. 
I PIECE OR A CAR LOAD 
PYRAMID 
PLYWOOD CO. 


GL 4-1704 
2736 Redwood Hiwav at 101 Hi way 
and San Quentin Y 


MANOR— $10,250 
Cozy 2 bedrm. cotl 
3rd bedrm, or den. 
age. small cabin in rear, 
landscaped, fenced yard. 
Louise V. Walsh 
735 Sir Francis Drake. San Anselmo 
GLENWOOD 3-1963 
MULTIPLE REALTORS 


REDUCED to $12,500. 3 bedroom 
ranch style home on level land­ 
scaped lot. Immaculate. Fireplace, 
patio, garage. Close in. Real value. 
GL. 3-3158. eves. GL. 3-1301. 
ORCHARD LOT 
4 acre level. 114 ft. street frontage, 
bearing fruit trees. Asking $4500. 
Farrington Jones & Son 
Established in Marin Since 1916 
Opp. Station. San Anselmo 
* 
GL. 3-6691 
• 


TYPEWRITER, portable Swiss HeT- 
mes, used under 100 times, $35. 
Double inner springs, mattress, 
$10 Victorian loveseat, $25. DU. 
8-1633. 
USED newspaper mats about 20 x 24 
inches. Good for lining attics, 
store rooms, chicken houses, etc. 
Big bundles 50c each. 3 for $1.00. 
See Washington Boyce, In depend- 
ent-Journal. 


Screen Doors 
Special 
h a l f s c r e e n 
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T r r t* 
3* o**r r 


-.$9.95 


PULL SCREEN 
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SAN RAFAEL 


1137 Fourth 8t* 
GLenwood »4077 


1 ACRE site overlooking San Rafael, 
close to Convent District, gentle 
slope, excellent value. $5,O00. 
Herbert A. Crocker 4 Co 
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JDUiJblJJi,JrCo &££«A.JL# JEolAi 
1930 FOURTH ST S.R GL. 4-3521 


JOHN J. CONNOLLY 
"FITS YOU TO A HOME” 
999 Sir Franca Drake, Kentüeîd 
Phone GLenwood 3-7240. GL. 4-0457 
REDHILL REALTY 
709 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., S.A. 
Phone GLenwood 4-2190 
2 BEDROOM home — level fenced 
lot. Near transportation, shopping 
& schools. GLenwood 4-3110. 
BY owner — 12 years old. 9 rooms, 
2 floors, 2 baths Hardwood floors, 
steam heat, 2 car garage. % acre. 
Oak trees, view. Part can be used 
as rental unit 11 desired. Can be 
men by appointment only m Wed. 
& Sundays. Call GLenwood 3-8168 
Wed. & Sun. & eveninp after 8 
p.m. Price 636.400. 
FOR role by owner, 3 bedroom 


SELECTED WARNICg 
LISTINGS 


IN ROSS 
JU3T LISTED — small charm­ 
ing 2 barm studio type home 
with den (or guest rm>. Lovely 
wooded setting high up in Win- 
ship Park 
with unobstructed 
view. Gracious entrance patio. 
Well built (circa 1931) Imma­ 
culate! P e r f e c t for couple! 
$14,950 or offer. 
Warnick 
46 Redhill 
San Anselmo 
GL. 4-1109 or GL. 4-5279 


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Ross- 
T7 
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fVi 
1 
English Style 
$18,500 
Here is a home of distinc­ 
tion, basically fine, stucco 
exterior. 2 storks, 7 rooms 
-including a stunning Phil­ 
ippine 
mahogany 
paneled 
oen > Vz baths, beautiful 
level grounds. All rooms are 
large 
and 
have 
recently 
been decorated in excellent 
taste. We invite you to com­ 
pare Oils home for beauty, 
location, and v a l u e . In 
charming W i n s h i p Park, 
Ross. 
Woodson Realty 
22 Bank Street, San Anselmo 
GLenwood 3-8144 


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Don't Miss This 
$11,950 
SAN ANSELMO 
In excellent condition, this ap­ 
pealing home, located near shop­ 
ping and transportation, one block 
off Sir Francis Drake Blvd., is 
ideal for a couple or small family. 
Hardwood 
floors, 
thermo 
con­ 
trolled heat, fireplace, Venetian 
blinds, zephyr shingle exterior, 15 
year roof, nearly level lot 50x140, 
nicely landscaped. TV antenna in­ 
cluded. Good financing available 
to responsible party. 
Wm. Nock Co. 
1018 B St . San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-0262 


Near shops sets this 2 bedroom 
home. Large kitchen, level lot. 
S E S ’V J S *" “ — 
Anxious Own« 
Brick patio, shady lawn and fruit 
trees give charm to this older 3 
bedroom remodeled home. 2 lots, 
21 fruit trees and lots of porches 
for outdoor sleeping. 
Close to 
schools and t r a n s p o r t a t i o n . 
$10,^50, 
Can! Be Beat 
Owner offers best of financing on 
this 3 bedroom home. Fireplace, 
separate dining room, large utility 
porch, level yard, excellent dis­ 
trict near Wade Thomas School. 
Owner will consider offer. Asking 
$15.250. 
Near High School 
San Rafael. 2 large bedrooms, 
fireplace, 
dining 
area, 
central 
heat. One year old. Nice garden 
and lath house. $18,500. 
A. N. Nipper 
REALTOR-GENERAL INSURANCE 
208 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
San Anselmo — GLenwood 3-2980 


Morningside Court 
Come out and compare thri home 
with any in San Anselmo at this 
price. A NEW 3 bedroom rustic 
ranch style with bath and half, 
sunny kitchen would be a joy to 
any woman and most attractive 
wall paper and paneling through­ 
out. It’s a home with a personal­ 
ity, It’s a nice location. It’s our 
best buy. $17,900. 
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Parmelee Realty 
222 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
San Anselmo 
GLenwood 3-5373 


Possibilities Plus 
We have for the handyman a small, 
older 
2 
bedrm. 
home 
in 
the 
Brookside school area in San An­ 
selmo. 
5 rooms in all. large lot 
of approx. 7400 ft. 
Also has a 
small 2 room cottage at rear of 
property that could be rented. 
Nice variety of fruit trees and 
flowers. 
Only $7000, 
$500 to 
$1000 down. 
Payments between 
$60 and $70 month, 
^ 
Commuter's Special 
3 good size bedrms, combination 
liv. rm. and din. rm. large kitchen, 
level lot. 
Raised fireplace, tile 
bath. 
Only 15 minutes to San 
Rafael, 48 minutes to San Fran­ 
cisco. 
$1500 dn. Price $13,250. 
See it today, 
AL FOWLER 
917 A STREFT. SAN RAFAEL 
PH. GLenwood 3-9212 


BEAUTIFUL 
TABLE level wooded knoll site in 
Greenbrae. 3 blocks to high school. 
Sheltered. GLenwood 3-0622. 
. 
INCOME 


Owner Moved 
To Sacramento 
Charming 3 bedroom home, living 
and dining combined, tile bath, 
fireplace, weather stripped, * wired 
for electric range. Newly decorat­ 
ed. Attached garage. l li blocks to 
school, 4 blocks to transportation. 
Asking $13,780. 
JACK MOSS 
Successor to 
MOSS BREEN 
MULTIPLE REALTOR 
810 Sir Francis Drake. Kentfieid 
GL. 3-1810, Eves. GL. 3-7849 


1© months old. Furnished 
unfurnished. P h o n e Novato 
335-W. 
What are you Waiting for? 
12 HILLSIDE LOTS $1350 
FULL PRICE 
MABtlLE CULPEPPER 
LARKSPUR 634-J 
Leach Really 
198 Sir Francia Brak« Blvd. 
Ban Anjjüiwft 
g l . 2-3018 


Del Monie Realty 
2042 4th S t. San Rafael 
GLenwood 3-5142 
TED FRAIZE 
MULTIPLE REALTOR 


Buy all or part 
6 rental unite on approximately 3 
acres fronting on Highway. Prop­ 
erty s h o w s FANTASTICALLY 
high return. 


Price 
$12,600 
$15,000 


Further 
sured. 


Dn. Paym’t 
$3500 
$4000 


Mo. Income 
$155 
$172.58 


income possibilities 
MAKE OFFER, 
Robert W. Bogh 
727 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. SA. 
GLenwood 3-8653 


$21,500 
A magnificent home, only 2 yrs 
old with 3 large bedrms, tile bath 
2 car garage, located in a fine 
district in San Anselmo for grow­ 
ing children. Large lot, some fruit 
trees, patio. Owner leaving Marin 
County wants offer. 
$20,000 
One of San Rafael’s finer and 
older 2 story homes. 3 bedrms, 2% 
battis. A beautiful level lot, 100 ft, 
frontage x 160 ft. deep. Walking; 
d i s t a n c e downtown. Excellent 
terms, 
$16,000 
Owner wants a deal. 2 bedrm 
home on beautifully landscaped 
loti Picture 
windows in living 
room, fireplace, patio and 2 car 
garage. 
$10,950 
GI resale. A buy in 
home, 2 bedrms, de 


$2,500 DOWN 
BALANCE CARRIED BY 
OWNER 
MUST BE SOLD FAST 
Owner leaving city. 
Charming 
rotting 2 bedroom home. 
Large 
living room, fireplace, dining nook: 
Equipped kitchen, gardens, patios, 
large 1 /el, sunny lot. Fruit trees, 
garage. $13350. 
WM, E. DOUD & CO. 
515 MAGNOLIA, LARKSPUR 
Ph. Larkspur »45, CAL 104-w ever 


a 5 room 
ien. and another 
room, in basement. Walking dis­ 
tance to bus, stores, shops. 
HARIN ACREAGE 
54 acres at $460 per acre. Sever a 
bull dosed sites, 1 mile of roads. 
Utilities available. 


8/10 of acre hi Ross. A beautiful 
residential site for $6600. 
Pierce Really 
GLENWOOD 3-3540 
300 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 
SAN ANSELMO 


Merrill W. PoUock 
SAN RAFAEL 
Built 1947 by contractor for him­ 
self on large double lot. Main 
floor has 1.340 sq. ft. area, which 
includes 2 large bedrooms, tile 
bath, 
separate 
dining 
room, 
roomy kitchen, attractive living 
room with fireplace. Plus full 
basement containing % bath, 
rumpus room, or third bedroom, 
hobby room. Priced for quick 
sale at $17,500. 


Near Convent 
It's All Here 
Patio, beautiful landscaping, com­ 
pletely modernised 3 bedrm. home, 
best district, close to downtown. 
vets loan can be assumed. 
Priced right at 
$16,500 


San Anselmo 
Wants Action! 
Beautiful rustic ranch style of 3 
bedrms, 2 baths, on a level knoll, 
with an outstanding view. Owner 
open 
to exchange for 
smaller 
home or loti 
ASKING $20,750 


SCOTTO & ROBINSON 
2040 4TH ST. SAN RAFAEL 
PHONE GLENWOOD 3-0622 


■ 
PALM HILL 


Homes suitable for large family 
in fine neighborhood. Close to 
downtown schools and every fam­ 
ily need. Pay only $85 per month 
for 3 bedrms plus glassed-in 
sleeping room. 2 baths, and all 
the rest of the full complimeni 
of a good family living. Priced 
below market at $18,950. 
JAMES A. ORR 
KENT WOODLANDS 
BRANCH OFFICE 
942 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
Kentfieid, Ph. GL 3-9548 


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County Wid« 


$16,250 
3 beautiful bedrms. large liv. rm. 
attractive fireplace, French drs. 
leading to landscaped patio. 2 
car garage, assume large GI 4% 
loan. Monthly payments $7250 
including taxes and insurance. 
Close to shopping and transpor­ 
tation, $3500 down. 
ROSS $18,500 
This charming home situated in 
one of the most exclusive sec­ 
tions of Ross, has 2 spacious 
bedrms, large liv. rm. separate 
din. rm. breakfast room, large 
glassed-in sunporch. *4 base­ 
ment with knotty pine hobby 
room. Lovely landscaped garden, 
assume large GI 4To loan. Bal­ 
ance less than rent. 
Merrill W. Pollock 
1111 Lincoln Ave , San Rafael 
Ph. GL. 3-2308 


ORCHARD LOT 
H aero level, 114 ft. street front­ 
age, bearing fruit trees. Asking 
$4500. 
Farrington Jones & Son 
Established in Marin Since 1918 
Opp. Station, San Anselmo 
GL. 3-6691 


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"LIVE WIRE 
LINDSKOG 
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MILL VALLEY OFFICE 


M O T H E R S ! ! F A T H E R S ! ! 
here’s plenty of room, big ranch 
style, 3 bedrms, fireplace, double 
garage, large tile kitchen with eat­ 
ing area, wardrobe closets, level. 
$12,950. Only 1 yr. old, like new, 
$3,000 down, balance like rent. 


Alto Strawberry Office 


3 BEDROOMS ONLY $11,500. A 
modem 
house 
too. 
Large 
tile 
kitchen fireplace, tile bath, gar­ 
age with workshop, near stores, 
commute, schools, $2750 cash will 
handle. Lower down payment to 
responsible party. 


5 BEDROOMS WOW! ! On level 
acre, 8 large rooms, big base­ 
ment, central blower heat, near 
schools. 
Ideal 
for 
big 
family 
$16,000. 


RIGHT ON THE WATER!! 
Paradise Cove! 3 bedrms, an all 
redwood flatop. Only 1 yr. old. 
Lot runs out over tidelands to 
deep 
water 
channel, 
100 x 450 
$12,000. Low dn. payments, bal­ 
ance like rent. Owner will finance. 
Doesn’t want cash. 


SAN ANSELMO OFFICE 
KENTFIELD $15,500 
2 bedrms, over size garage, large 
service porch, fireplace, outdoor 
living! Patio. BBQ. Beautiful gar­ 
den with plenty of beautiful plants 
and 
shrubs. 
Complete 
privacy. 
Level corner. See this! Priced ab­ 
solutely right for this lovely neigh­ 
borhood, 


PAY LIKE RENT. Little rustic 
bungalow, 3 small bedrms, woodsy 
hillside setting. Substantially built, 
patio, wonderful view. This place 
6 
charm. Trees! $8750. $1500 dn. 
perhaps even less to right party. 


CALIFORNIA MODERN. Deluxe 
redwood rustic, brand new, in the 
oaks and madrones. The trees 
come right indoors thru wail win­ 
dow’s. White steel kitchen, fire­ 
place. every m o d e r n feature, 
$16,500. Unusually low down pay­ 
ments can be arranged to respon­ 
sible party. 


CHOICE 
RESALES! 


LOOK AT THESE BUYS! 
2 bedrooms — oversize garage! 
Marvelous tile kitchen, loaded with 
Tile stall shower, only 
ipboards. 
3,900. 
cu 
$1 


3 bedrooms—2 car garage. Only 
$3,000 cash required. 2 years old. 
Offer wanted! 


2 bedrooms rustic—2 car garage. 
Guest cottage. Excellent condi­ 
tion. Only $12,500. 
* 
MARINERS REALTY 
2 OFFICES AT YOUR SERVICE 
MAIN OFFICE 
Hi way 101 at Strawberry 
DUnlap 8-3301 
Kentfieid. Larkspur office 
1000 Magnolia Ave„ GL, 3-3242 


ROSS— $4,000 dn. 
$18,950 we can finance the bal­ 
ance. Newly decorated, 2 bdrms. 
den. also 2 bdrms on lower level. 
Fireplace, central heat. Level 
lot. Nr. public, parochial schools. 
Sturdy construction. Excellent 
value. 
2 HOUSES $6,000 dn. 
$19,500. 
Extraordinary 
value. 
Nearly new 2 stucco homes, 100 
ft. apart. M acre level. 5 rm. 
home, 2 large bdrms. Central 
heat, fireplace, PLUS 4 rm cot­ 
tage rented at $85. Income or 
mother-in-law set-up. This is 
hot, see for yourself. 
Cordone Realty 


°S' 
p Depot, San Anselmo 
all GLenwood 3-5282 


BUY AND FINANCE THRU 
A.R.Roumipiere 
894 San Anselmo A m 
* GLenwood f*üü 


PHONE NOW! EVENINGS CALL 
DUnlap 8-0093 
DUnlap 8-2193 
DUnlap 8-3714 
SR. GLenwood 3-8321 or GL. 3-8014 


"Live Wire" Lindskog 


188 East Blithedale Ave. 
MILL VALLEY, DUnlap 8-3831 
ALTO STRAWBERRY OFFICE 
101 Highway at Belvedere Turnoff 
DUnlap 8-3834 
SAN ANSELMO OFFICE 
747 Sir Francis Drake Blvd., SJL 
GLenwood 3-7819 
IN BEAUTIFUL Santa Cruz, mod­ 
em 3 year old 2 bedroom home, 
hardwood floors throughout, lota 
of tile, cabinets, closets, complete 
bath, insulated. Many other im­ 
provements. Well worth $2,000, 
more than asking price of $8,500. 
FHA financed. Terms. Would ex­ 
change for local property. A. C. 
Bdrtdge Joses, 566th Food Service 
Sqdn. Hamilton A.F.B., Hamilton, 
California, 
' 


$16.500 


Unique 2 year old home in 
quiet area of San Rafael, 
lovely living room with Ari­ 
zona stone fireplace. Beau­ 
tiful separate dining room 
with glass brick wall. 
3 
very 
large 
bedrooms, 
2 
b a t h s , parquet floors. At­ 
tractive kitchen with dutch 
door to tree studded patio. 
Wide 85x150 ft. lot. Assume 
execellent GI loan. 
Granlee Realty 
2202 4th St. 
SR . 
GL. 4-2244 
ON THE MIRACLE MILE 


SACRIFICE-- 
Artistic, oaks and view. Owner 
moving, f. 13.650. Ph. owner, Q L o* 
wood 4-1859, 


SAN ANSELMO 
3 bedrm. redwood rustic with de 
tached garage and breezeway. : 
yrs. old, large level lot. $12,950. 
LOTS 
SR. 85 x 1«, 2 blocks to shopping 
$3,000. 
S.R. 55 x 155, I block to trmnspor 
tation. $2500. 
S.A. 1 acre site, can be divided 
into two lots. $4500. 
CROKER & CO. 
228 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE S.A. 
PH. GLENWOOD 3-9350 
SMART modem motel apartments 
rented yearly. Will exchange for 
Marin property. Income or resi­ 
dential: Up to $28,000. Contact 
owner, S. F. GRaystone 4-6636. 
Rossr4 Bedrms. 


This home is in a pleasant area 
of Ross, and in immaculate cemdi 
lion. Bedrms. are large with walk 
in closets. 2 the baths, exception­ 
ally spacious living room. Roomy 
sunny kitchen with large break 
fast area. Level lot with 
convenient to schools, 
bus. Good home for 
$31,500. 


trees, 


SUN VALLEY 
If your price range is around $12,- 
500 you won t want to miss this 
neat 2 bedroom home that can be 
used as a 3. Right close to schools 
and shopping There is a detached 
garage and also a basement room. 
50 x 100 lot is level and well land­ 
scaped. Financing can be arrang­ 
ed. 
HI SCHOOL AREA 
Perhaps you prefer this section of 
SAN RAFAEL, then let us show 
you this rustic 2 bedroom, full 
dining room home. Neat and 
dean, you can get quick occu­ 
pancy as the owners nave made 
other commitments. They’re ask­ 
ing $13,750. 
NEW 
This NEW SAN RAFAEL home 
may only have 2 bedrooms, but it’a 
sure a ROOMY home. Built cm a 
full concrete slab, floors are hard­ 
wood parquet—large view living- 
dining room, central heat, at­ 
tached 2 car garage. Attractively 
placed on a good sized corner lot, 
dose in. PRICED AT $18,700. 
TOP-O-THE-WORLD 
Customed designed and built 2 
bedroom, 2 bath home. Large liv­ 
ing room with fireplace and fioor- 
to-ceiling view windows overlook­ 
ing entire bay. Separate dining* 
room with French doors to patio. 
Wonderful * kitchen 
with 
nook, 
central hall plan. U n f i n i s h e d 
downstairs area with playroom 
and fireplace, maid’s room and 
bath, and workshop. 2 car attach­ 
ed garage. Over 2200 sq. ft. of 
living area, shake roof, room for 
a pool. Ideal for commuting. See 
this today and choose your colors, 
$26,000. 


MAYNARD 
REDMOND 


Oil A St., 
& CO. 
San Rafael 
GL. 4-4353 
Home Plus Income 
Upper 3 bedroom unit, dining 
room, screen porch. Lower one 
bedroom 
unit, 
living 
dining 
room combination and enclosed 
porch. Room for dormer apart­ 
ment. 
Large 
lot, 
landscaped, 
fruit trees, convenient location, 
$12,950. 
San Raiael 
So Near-So Good 


$13,500. Lovely 2 bedroom home, 
dinette, tile kitchen, large liv­ 
ing room with fireplace, hard­ 
wood floors throughoti Level lot. 
For Sale Or Lease 
Building consisting of 3 stores, 
one large, 2 smaller. One small 
on© rented. Other two vacant. 
Ideal for offices* lots of park­ 
ing space. 
Manny Charnow 
1116 Fourth St. 
S.R. 
GL. 3-1131 


A FINE HOME 
TO LIVE IN 


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, 


■ -, • B§ 


A pretty family neighbor­ 
hood with an immaculate 3 
bedroom 
house 
close 
to 
schools, shops and buz. A . 
large rear patio, a well kept 
front lawn. The house is 
nearly new and in excellent 
condition. The price is very 
fair at $14,750. Terms may 
be had. Please drive by 76 
Alameda, San Anselmo and 
phone us for appointment. 
FRANK HOWARD 
AL L E N 
& SON 
Realtors — Insurance Agents 
Sir Francis Drake Blvd. GL 3-2230 


BIG upslope lot near downtown San 
Rafael, $3000. Eastern exposure, 
view, oaks, 100-ft. frontage on city 
street. Charming privacy and de­ 
sirable location for duplex or fine 
home. GLenwood 4-4964. 


CLYDE J. BARNWELL 
REALTOR 
1016 B ST., SAN RAFEL 
40 years real estate experience 
Every deal handled personally 
GL 4-0611 or GL 3-5996 


Home and Income 
Two modern 4 room unite, close in, 
garages, fireplaces. $4,000 down, 
New Ranch Homes 
Rustic setting — several 3 bedroom 
homes to choose from. $5,000 down. 
Loxide Homes 
3 bedroom sturdy red cedar ranch 
homes, built on your lot, $11300 
or — build it yourself for $6,000. 


ASK FOR MR. MERO 
Phone GLenwood 3-8083 
Marshall L. Smiih 
115 Woodland Ave* at Irwin 


MiH Vottey 


»1900 DOWN 
Small 1 bedroom house, 2 dens. 
Newly redecorated. Sunny, picture 
windows, 
Mt. 
Tamalpais 
view, 
BBQ, large lot nicely landscaped, 
vacant. Guest house, possible in­ 
come. No garage. Suitable adults 
near hiker’s clubs. $11,950. DUnlap 
8-4527. 


R E D W O O D house, large 
room, fireplace, kitchen 
living 
3Q 2 
bedrooms, hardwood floors. Ne&r 
school, s h o p p i n g , bus. $14£0Q. 
Terms. Builder, DUnlap 3-4382. 


LYNN BARR REALTY 
195 Tlbaron Hiway, DU. 8-2452 
County Wide I sal Estate Service 
MULTIPLE RE ALTORS*—N OTARY 


JÀMES A. ORR 
POST o m C * BLDG. . 
KEN1TTELD — GLenworxi 3-8316 


BRAND new 4 bedrm, home, 2% 
laths, large kitchen, 
plenty 
of 
cabinet 
space. 
Central 
heat, 
tiful view, completed by a 
.er who knows how to build 
quality homes. $25300. 
E. A. BRAUER 
MULTIPLE REALTOR 
LARK THEATER BUILDING 
PH. LARKSPUR 914-W 


5 cm Rafael 


SAN RAFAEL MEADOWS 
3 bedrooms, 14 baths, 2 car gar- 
«**, fireplace, centr*] heat, hard­ 
wood floors, weathewtripped and 
insulated This one year old tone 
fc a epier.did buy at $15,950. GLen­ 
wood 4-4506 


~ 
m m m c A n ~ A R t r ~ — 
375 Locust Avenue 
JtM eompteved one floor ranch 
type house with 190 ft frontage 
of level lot and patio built-in 
BBQ 
Thk beautiful California 
home has 4 bedrooms. 3 bath«, 
maid’s room, dining room, break­ 
fast nook, electric dishw&yh». 
$36,500, Will i iance to suit OL. 
4 •1 ^ _____________ 
N FAR m hooC 2 plus bedrooms, to- 
suiatlon, veneuan blinds, seseen«, 
and many built-ins. Level fenced 
lot. Dead-end street. Open Sun­ 
day, 7 Fcho Place. Owner, GLen- 
wood 3-2233 
2 BEDROOM house. 14 baths, huge 
)lace and two 
windows., 
large utility 
room and garage mi well terraced 
14 acre lot with panoramic view 
of Bay. 31 Chula Vista, San .Ra­ 
fael. GLenwooc 3-8229. 
SECLUDED one bedroom cottage on 
large sloping lot in San Rafael, 
close to school. 
Large sleeping 
porch, 
all 
furniture 
included. 
Asking 13750. Monthly payments 
$00, Only 3500 down, GLenwood 
3-8212. 
COMMERCIAL level eg x~100 lot, 
close in, make offer. Also 30 x 60 
concrete block building for lease. 
.Independent Journal Bor. 441. 
HIGH SCHOOL DIStRIC'" 2 LOTS 
READY TO BUILD. MAGNIFI­ 
CENT VRW, $2500 EACH BOTH 
FOR 64900 
PHONE 3AN RA­ 
FAEL. GLENWOQP 3-3562._____ 
2 «Bedrooms 
Rumpus Room 
2 Raihs 
Redwood Rustic 


Modernistic rustic home near San 
Rafael High 
School, 
Beautiful 
view through large plate glss* 
windows. Sonoma stone Jireplece, 
large kitchen and breakfast rook, 
room. 14 x 40 with ixtra 
Lots of storage, and 
tace. One car 
! is pri< 
This home is priced to sell. » 
Aiwell Really 
88« 4TH ST., SAH RAFAEL 
PHONE GLENWOOD 4-4481 


BUILDER AND OWNER 
Ret'uced to $11,250, year old.tfozy 
well' built 2 bedroom home. J.de 
wan shingles, attached garage. 
, 
Hand wood floors. Tile in bath. 
Double tile sink in kitchen. In- 
faid linoleum. GLenwood 3-7084. 


$n,750 
Very attractive 2 bedim heme new­ 
ly painted inside and c it. 
At­ 
tached 
girage, 
sundeck 
Con­ 
venient location. Level hr;. 13 0CC 
will handle. 
$13,750 
Modern 2 bedrm. home on west 5th 
street, S. R 
Patio, fruit trees, 
attached garage Excellent finan­ 
cing. $17,950 
$17,950 


front yard, plus full size patio, 
dining room. 
This is one you 
should really see. We consider it 
a very fine listing. 
Marvelous Marin Realty Co. 
UM 4TH ST., SAN RAFAEL 
PHONE GLenwood 4-0674 
OPEN SUNDAYS 


Son Anseimo 


SPANISH style. 3 bedrooms, living 
room, separate full sized dining 
room, tile kitchen and bath. 4 
bath off kitchen. 
Knotty pine 
summer kitchen down stairs. 
2 
car garage, 
Nice yard, arbor, 
patio. 
248 San Francisco Blvd. 
GLenwood 4-4856 
$14.000 
By owner. 3 bedroom home. Deck 
Mff living-dining room and kitch­ 
en. Built-in storage walla En­ 
closed garden lor children pub­ 
lished in '-Sunset *' Walking dis­ 
tance to grammar, high schools 
and bus. Large basement. GLen- 
w ood 3-8662. 
__ 
_____ 
TOR sale by owner. 2 large sloping 
lots, close in Wade Thomas School 
District. 324 Laurel Ave,, inspect 
and make offer GLenwood 3-0405. 
4 '“BEDROOM home, 3 elevated. 
Good l o c a t i o n . Level. Asking 
$ IS, 500 Owner GLenwood 3-4513 
or 3-1061. 


HAVE YOU A 
LARSE'FAMILY? 


See this 5 bedroom home 


00 a double level lot. 2 
blocks from San Anselmo 
* shopping 
and bus. 
This 
nice old home ha* been 
completely dedecorated, m 
and out, and modernized. 
New foundations, new heat- 
ting 3 bedrooms, one bath- 
up. 2 and bath down. Huge 
living room. large separate 
dining 
room, 
sun 
room, 
oversized kitchen. BBQ la 
rear, privacy, nice oaks in 
front A good buy at $21,- 
600. 


FRANK HOWARD 
ALLEN 
& SON 
Realtors — Insurance Agents 
Sir Francis Drake BlvtUGL 3-2230 


Morningtid. Court' 
Offer Bv Owner 
Custom built home 6 rooms 14 
baths, large unfinished « f w 
rocta. Two car garage. Central 
hall ¡dan with ranch type liva- 
biitf. 
Many 
special 
feature». 
Patio mid grounds you will ap- 
Large corner lot* Open 


l i — Reoi Sitata Far Sate 


Wmwwmww 


BEAUTIFUL country site. Approxi­ 
mate 2 acres. 24 full bearing wal­ 
nut trees. Best part Novato, No 
broker*. Phone Ita . 940-J Route 
1 Ben 491. 


■Hfispection S e r a ta 
day, 54 Brootade Drive Just off 
Btmdmorf. Asking price 
Wen financed 
Brokers invited 
Phone GL. 4-4840 or 3-fflt. __ 
ACREAGE" ~ 
JUttuues, bait district, oaks, view. 
■«inaiih*T * f 
rtl 
4 fg tyqfjt SKEW St** e-cip. 


3 BEDROOM HOME 
New 3 bedrm. hope, large lot, 
tile sink and bath, picture win­ 
dows, large living room and din­ 
ing room, fireplace 
Attached 
garage. $14.260. Terms. 
SMALL FARM 
Large level lot 62x175 feet, fruit 
trees, bearing walnut term«, ber­ 
ries. 3 large rooms, smite work 
needed to complete home. $4250. 
$2250 down payment. 
61 RESALE 
New 3 bedrm, home, large level 
lot. attached garage, hardwood 
floors, lawn, shrubs, drapes, Ve­ 
netian blinds, mice $12.300. As­ 
sume large GI loan, $1100 down 
payment. 
KNUTTE REALTY 
__ 101 Hi way 
NEXT TO DRUG STORE 
PHONE NOVATO 280-R 


1 
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teWP i iPWwP 8wf mPÍHWw 


4 ROOM hillside homei nice view, 
la n F ie t. $6480. Phone DUnlap 
8-22H 


INCOME . 
JpÉ 
ÊJbtüüï 
everything, 
WM. E. 


property of 2 apartments 
sie martes 1 iew close to 


In heart 
maker, 


IPtmliry Market 
un oí ousj street, i 
Weil 
elf» 
** CAA 
ttee for 


always rented. $15,000, 


Tiburon Highway^ GE 5-471« 


ft * wf 


2 ACRES of level land with 5 room 
home, tank house, garage, and 
workshop. Well and pressure sys­ 
tem. Fruit trees of ah kinds. Lo­ 
cated on west side of Novato. No­ 
vato 818-R. 
G. I resale. Year old two bedroom 
house with double 
garage 
at­ 
tached 
Redwood front, fenced 
back yard, patb and many extras. 
Owner transferring. 2« Boule­ 
vard Terrace, Novato 310-R. 
G. I. resale, by owner. 3 bedroom 
home, large level lot, ideal for 
children. 
Many 
extras, 
$2,500 
dPHL f Novato 334-J._______ 
FARM, one acre, well built house, 
large new barn in rear, $13,750. By 
_ owner. Call Novato 959-Y. 
TRANSFERRED MUST SELL 
New 3 bedroom house GL resale, 
by owner. Attached garage, pic­ 
ture windows, Venetian blinds, 
nice level lawn. Novate 345-M. 


VILLA ANITA 


NEW 3 BEDRM. HOMES 


$600 Dn. To Vets 
PLUS CLOSING 


Corner C#ntBr & Diablo 
Novato 


J. L. Novak, Owner-Buîlder 


Ph. Novato 221 -R ^ 


DANDY small furnished 3 bedroom 
older home, 2 blks. to town. Must 
sell, make offer.« Asking $8450, 
$1900 down 
BREEN 4 CO. G L 3-3551 
BE BURE YOU SEE RIDGEWOOD 
2 and 3 bedroom quality homes. 
FABLE FARM REALTY 
1212 Grant Ave. 
Phone 157-Y 


$440 Dn. To Vets 
PLUS CLOSING 
* 
$67.71 Pet Month 


POPULAR TERRACE 
3 BEDROOM HOMES 


Turn Right Maison Marin 
John L. Novak 
Owner-Buîlder 
Phone Novato 221-R 


Parachiotti Realty 
101 Highway next to Bus Depot 
Corner Grant 
PHONE NOVATO 189-R 


rairrax 


BY OWNER 
5 room furnished house; 3 blocks 
from bus and simps. $8800. Low 
down payment, owner will finance 
balance. «1 Taylor Drive, Fairfax, 
GLenwood 3-4973 
•TRIPLEX" 
2 yrs. old, 3 modern units. Each 
with one bedrm. kitchen and din­ 
ette. Garage space for 2 cars plus 
storage. Monthly income $197.50. 
Purchase 
terms. 
price 
$18,500. 
Good 


$1500 DOWN 
Don’t miss this 3 bedrm. home on 
2 terraced lota. Spacious patio, 
lots of fruit and vegetables. Own- 
Asking $10,000. 
er will finance. 
$4500 
Well constructed 4 room cottage 
with fireplace. On a hillside lot. 
Must sell to close estate, 
C. R. DeWITT 
Fairfax Ph. GLenwood 4-4083 
Serving This Community for Over 
Quarter of Oentiary 


Cart H. Yeager 
m>ii T im m BVif iPAB 
MuL 1 JJri-iC# ItJSJUU*vR 
65 Broadway - Fairfax - GL 3-4818 
Larkspur 


PERFECT home few retired couple. 
2 
bedrm*.. 
desirable 
location. 
Fireplace, hardwood floors, close 
in. 
Patio. 
Court 
sale 
Cash 
price $12,500 
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Locust s i Want St* 2 M ras., with 
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4 bedrm home, large family should 
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a 4 41' mUCMISi /"? irti <t-i **$ 


MABELLE CULPEPPER 
REALTOR MULTIPLE SERVICE 


OWNER mortai- Must sell. Charm­ 
ing 2 bedroom home. Large liv- 
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í^aoe, 
tile beth, NLai«» level 
sunny bit, 
Mr* 7B4bi GLect- 
^wod 4-0328 days ot* etwlngf 


¥ 
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i'ERY desirable vur.ny approximate 
% acre in Kent Woodland*. Pitee 
includes contour map and approv» 
ed plans for redwood*- 
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$3500. 
FULL price. 
Rustic cc^- 
tage bnflt in *M7. ßhower. Near 
North Wood clubhouse. Gucrne- 
ville. 
Mabelle 
Culpepper, 
512 
ATBiue. U iteW t B W , 


GRAND OLD ESTATE 
IN KENT WOODLANDS 


This fine 2 acre estate has 
been in the same family tor 
generations, a large home 
surrounded by old elms and 
conifers. Built in the early 
70’s for one of Marin’s first 
families. The house consists 
of 6 
large 
bedrooms, 4 
baths, grand dining room, 
huge, living room with tre­ 
mendous 
fireplace, 
large 
kitchen, and servant’s quar­ 
ters. Master suite on second 
floor. Condition of building 
fair, but will need extensive 
modernization and remodel­ 
ing. Room for pool, and 
guest cottage. Fine view of 
Mt Tanmlp&is, well kept 
garden. Level dose in set­ 
ting. Price $35,000. 


FRANK HOWARD v 
A L L E N 
& SON 
Realtors — Insurance Agents 
Sir Francis Drake Blvd. GL 3-2230 


staVM^ Waal wwMnaw 
a n i » w ® v * 
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^ood lease, FrSe^foif* vSde' 


Garden Supplies 
Hexes your opportunity. Lea« es­ 
tablished. afows r>od retums. 
Fr ee is 1ess than equipment. In­ 
quire and make an offer. 
Fix It Shop 
It’s a natural for mechanically in­ 
clined person. A small business 
that offers an exceptions! income. 
Low rent, good less«, and busy 
location. Price $2,920 plus stock. 
Manny Charnow 
1116 Fourth St.. SR. OL. 3-1131 


ITS JUMPING! ITS ALIVE! 
BÈST BAR IN SAN RAFAEL 
Large gross — long, low «ease 
100% location. Long est Always a 
money maker. 
MAYNARD 
REDMOND 
*t CO. 
1011 A St. San Rafael, GL 4-4353 


23— Loons 


RESERVE FINANCE PLAN 
2052 4th St.. San Rafael Miracle Mite 
Loans on Autos, Furniture, Salary 
Hrs 9-5. Friday 9-6, eves, by appt. 
M ir QL 4-<fc 
W 
i ngo vvp 


25— Red Estafa Wan fad 


RAMBLING ranch typeTome 3 
bedrooms, on* sun flooded acre. 
Glassed-in ianai. Beautiful red­ 
wood grove with cottage, BBQ. 
Fruit trees, landscaping and fenc­ 
ing complete. 2 years old. Price 
reduced. Phone owner, GLenwood 
4-0511. 
ääWF Woodlañdsrcholee lot, 
slope with bench. $3500. 3 h 
to bus. Mabelte Culpepper, Lark- 


t, up- 
blocks 


spur 634-J. 


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HURRY ON THIS ONE 
MUST SILL LEAVING 
10 ACRE RANCH 
RANCHERS, horsemen, Investors, 
take this pleasant 45 minute drive 
from San Rafael and look this 0] 
port unity and bargain over. 
5 miles S.E. of Santa Rosa, beaut­ 
iful valley setting, all level, finest 
soil, raise any thine. Small home 
all modern conveniences, garage- 
storage 18 x 33, new 14 x 100 build­ 
ing never used, ideal for poultry 
or calf raising, 70 ft. pressure well 
test 1000 gallons per hour; cost 
$609. Land surrounding leased by 
oil companies, mineral rights in­ 
cluded. Comparable to anything 
this dose in at $11,000 or more. 
To go at $8850 with $3,000 down. 
$50 on balance. Put your shrinking 
$ into something tangible that win 
return 8 to 9%. Owner 4610 Sny­ 
der Lane, inquire directions Signal 
Station in Cotati. 


You get ACTION when you list 
your property for sale with 
, ERWIN V. HOLTON 
934 B St., San Rafael 
_ GLenwood 3-8124 
HAVE $3,000 casETwould like to 
vest In some kind of property. 
What have you to offer? Write 
Independent Journal, Box 450, 
WE are respectable family consist­ 
ing of mother and father, 2 big 
children, 1 toddler, a collie dog, 
black cat. 2 ducks and 1 Bantam 
rooster. We are desperately need­ 
ing a home. Have a hillside lot in 
Ross and a property on Bolinas 
Mesa to trade as down payment. 
Any suggestions welcome. Please 
phone us, GLenwood 3-7832. 
PRIVATE 
style nE party, 
3 bedroom. Modern 
ranch 
_ 
1% bath. Large 
level lot. Close to schools, north­ 
ern Marin. No agency. LOrabard 
4-9317. 
DO YOU DESIRE 
tha highest possible price 
for your property 7 7 ? 


THEN CALL A 
"Live Wire Lindskog" 
San Anselmo Office 
747 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
GL. 3-7819, evenings GL, 1-8321 


26— Houses For Reut 


FURNISHED 
WILL share attractive home with 
refined couple. Automatic washer. 
Television available. Phone GLen­ 
wood 4-3724 before 9 am. or after 
5 pm. 
FURNISHED“ 5 room house 
315 
Greenfield Ave,, Ban Anselmo. 


home. 
neighborhood. 
to 
$90. 


2 bedroom 
town. 
Nice 
Novato 123-J. 
, 
IN DEL MESA 
For lease for 1 year, fully furnished 
3 bedroom, 2 bath home. Centrally 
located. Wonderful view. Phone 
GLenwood 3-6343. 


LARGE new home, 5 A wooded 
warehouse 3 miles. $20,000 down. 
1145 Brush Creek Road, Santa 
Rosa. 


Corta Modani 
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CHAPMAN Meadows. Picturesque 
2 bedrm. redwood home fireplace, 
level, 444% loan. Open to offer. 
MARBELLE CULPEPPER 
REALTOR MULTIPLE SERVICE 
LARKKSPUR 634-J 


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GX RESALE, 4%. 2 bedroom home, 
newly decorated. Close to trans­ 
portation, shopping. Vacant. Price 
$12,000. 
Inquire 
at 
Fteming'a 
Mobile Service Station. 47 North 
San Pedro Road, Santa Venetia, 


18-A— Income Propwty « 


Y 
T O 
Income Plus 
Sixteen room DOWNTOWN SAN 
RAFAEL income producing prop­ 
erty in excellent condition. Own«» 
a moic! 
are buying 
so have 
PRICED this property FOR A 
FAST SALE, PRESENT INCOME 
OVER $300 a MONTH IN ADDI­ 
TION TO SEVEN ROOMS FDR 
THE OWNER S OWN USE. The 
furniture in the rent«! portion is 
included in the «de price. What1« 
more, the 90x100 kit to a NAT­ 
URAL FOR BUILDING ADDI­ 
TIONAL UNITS on the Street 
frontage. PRICED FOR QUICK 
SALE AT $27,000, 
MAYNARD 
REDMOND 
A CO. 
1011 A SU San Rafael GL. 4-4353 


21-—Hod Estata Exchaiiqa 


BEAUTIFUL nearly new ranch type 
home on 8 acre* near Santa Crux. 
Double garage, breeeeway, build­ 
ing for guest house, year round 
creek. Dry mountain climate yet 
only 1 * minutes from b^ach at 
Capitola. By owner—never listed. 
Appraised value $25.006. Will «11 
or exchange for Marin county 
home or income. Also excellent 
Chinchilla stock avallatfli if de­ 
sired. Phone Santa Cruz 2-J or 
write M V 
Waldron. S2SG Ok! 
Santa Jose Road, Santa Cruz. 


WILL share home rent free to air­ 
force couple in exchange for car­ 
ing for children. Call for Inter­ 
view between 10 a.m. and 12 noon 
daily. 177-J Ignacio. 
3 R(50MS furnished, bath, electric 
range, electric water heater, fuel 
oil heat«*, reasonable. Lagunitas. 
GLenwood 3-8752. 
ONE bedroom stucco cottage, nicely 
furnished, on highway north of 
San Rafael. Suitable for two, no 
children or pets. Rent includes all 
utilities. 
WUl be vacant August 
15th, Call GLenwood 3-4578 after 
5:30 p. m._________________ 
2 BEDROOM home, Fairi«.~ Close 
to transportation. 
1 year lease, 
$90. Older child welcome. GLen­ 
wood 3-8767. 
$90 MONTH. Roes. 4 room furaish- 
ed cottage. No children or pets. 
Phone GL 3-1976. 
XLTA MIRA H O T lir ite ^ i»y: 
view rooms and garden cottages. 
Dining room and cocktail lounge. 
Daily and weekly rates. Phone 
Sausalito 166. 


UNFURNISHED 
NEW studio cottage. 2 large rooms 
and »tiled bath, large closets & 
built in wardrobe, stove and re­ 
frigerator. 
Ides I 
for 
employed 
couple or single person. No pets. 7 
Roble Court, San Anselmo.___ 
MODERN duplex, one bedroom, tile 
kitchen, large living room, sun- 
deck, fireplace, garage. 1428 Nye 
Street, San Rafael. $90. Larkspur 
351-M. 
SMALL houss tor rent 
$$8. 
326 
Auburn St* San Rafael. Phone 
GL, 1-9008. 


27— Ape. For Rwt 
MaHMMMtaaaMaaaMM 
FURNISHED 
$55 MONTHLY. Bedroom, kitchen, 
bath, serviceman, and wife. Close 
in. Inquire 101. First Street, San 
R afael.____________________ - 
FOR rent in Novato to couple. 
3 
room furnished apartment. 
$65 
month including 
utilities. 
Call 
weekends only. 1737 Center Road. 
2 ROOM partly 
rionali y clean 
V 
$55. Rural, yet 
pect 5-1281 


furnished, ex- 
onally clean apartment in Mil] 
alta. Stove, refrigerator. Garage 
>5. Rural, yet close. SJP, PRos- 


MODERN “clean 4 room apartment. 
Water frontage. Fish off your own 
wharf. Bayside acres. GL. 3-2039. 


Taj V II»-. »»- • 1 *««..■* Jl 
^ 
a— 
ixtt. Hamilton ait r orce nase Ex­ 
change te accepting bitte for the 
operation of « laure 
lufrdry sendee on 
is. All bids must 
a coiices®isn, baris. 
reach riie exchange offtet no later 
man 5 pm. 2« Auguri, 1912. For 
further information 
GLen- 
GROCERY Itfew«. UöSrplm'invw- 
tory. Boor A Wine horrase. Gross 
approximately &300C per man&L 
r e ta r» — s n . del ca -e-i roren 
food cabrnet soft drink t o , Cash 
uving qmrMus. p&í Reu- 
Hühwif* Alto Wye» 


3 ROOMS newly furnished or can 
have unfurnished. Close in. Park­ 
ing, garden space. See Saturday. 
183 woodland Avc„ San Rafael. 
2 - T # d bedrooms. *Furnished-un- 
* furnished. Convenient. $67JO - $88. 
Breath-taking 
view, 
GLenwooc! 
4-2844. 95 Live Oak, Fairfax, 
JrJt> * Aw AJr&M* A 
a Cl 
Beautifully decorated. Every con­ 
venience available. Laundromats 
dhert. Cloee to. Adults only. Rent 
reasonable. Shown by appoint­ 
ment only. GLenwood 3-1706. 
GUEST house, f u r n i s h e d . Ro« 
estate. 1 mmm, patio deck, garage. 
Far single person of descriininat - 
ing taste. GLenwood 3-706F eve­ 
nings, EXbrook 2-1984 days. 
8CNOT a p a r t m e i t 
couple. 821 Fifth SU Ww Rafael 
Large room »«A kitchenette. 
<X)lY “f urnihed 'etateb’cottagers« 
in Mill Talley, 
single 
man, V g m j g t a m *4J p B K 
P w g e. 105. DUnlap M830. 


27— Apn. far K— » 


$50 - m 2 roans, alao rottoge. 
View, trees, ßecluded. 12 MiUard, 
near Madrone-Olive, Larkspur. 
IS O j r ö OM apartment. Fireplace. 
Utilirie« furnished. On bus line. 
No children or pets. Phone GLen­ 
wood 3-8553. 
Mili Vjüteÿ7 $l()ô^brand new, 4 
room duplex with view. 13 min­ 
utes to city. 143 Carlotta Circle, 
Strawberry 
Knoll«. 
D U n l a p 
B-4188« 
PRIVATECI room furñtehed ajüürt^ 
»«at $80. Utiliti« included. Lin­ 
coln^ Avenue, San. Rafael, GLen­ 
wood 3-3213. 


31— Waatod Ta Ro m 


WITH option to buy, small house or 
lee 


liveable. GL. 3-5948 after 6:00 p m 
3 BEDROOM unfurnished house— 
or partly furnished by Sept A 
Near Catholic school for boy«, 
ares 9 and 7. References. Lease, 
Phone Asbury 1-7628. 


MODERN studio apartment. doae 
to. Suitable employed couple. Ban 
Rafael. GLenwood 3-1376. 
F I O Ö M lÄ house, garage, sun- 
deck, flagstone patio,- all electric, 
3 persons only. $90. fían Rafael, 
QLe n ood 4 -0303. 


UNFURNISHED 
1 3 ROOM, kitchen stove, $65 per 
month. I 2 room, kitchen, stove, 
$45 per month No children. Tele- 
‘ ne DU 8-2246. 
SOU íf least, ziew, 2 ïëdrm. apt. 
Level. 
Children welcome. 
Ma- 
belle Culpepper, Larkspur 634-J. 
$125—BRAND new, 3 bedroo6cT<lu- 
ptex with garage ami view. 
15 
minutes to 
city.. 143 
Carlotta 
Circle, Strawberry Knolls. DUn­ 
lap 8-418$. 
FA IRE AX, 
breai^ 
fast nook, sleeping porch, tile 
bath, garage, laundry $80. Newly 
renovated, GLenwood 4-2067. 
3 ROOM apartment near bus stop, 
shopping district. Yard and fruit 
trees if desired. Newly painted. 
Rent reasonable. Phone GLen­ 
wood 3-3643. 
New 5 room Junior naTTlRo Owner 
on premises Saturday, 215 Belle 
Ave., San Rafael. 1 block from 
High School. 
. ROSS APARTMENTS“ 
1118 Sir Francis Drake Blvd. 
Kentfield 
New 1-2 bedroom unfurnished apart­ 
ments. Electric, stove, refrigerator 
garbage disposal, 
kitchen 
fan. 
master TV antenna, individual 
sundecks, hot water heat. Auto­ 
matic washing machines and dry­ 
ers. Local and commute buses 1 
blotk — shopping 3 blocks Year 
lease $100-1110 1 bedroom. $125 2 
bedroom. 
MODEL APARTMENT OPEN 
DAILY 1-8 PM. 
LEASING AGENT, BREEN 8s CO. 
Tel. Ol. 3-3551, Gl. 4-3132, Gi, 3-6575 
S'i’UDIO Apt.; downtown San An­ 
selmo. Ideal for 1 or 2, without 
auto $65 a month. 749-A Sir Fran­ 
cis Drake 
r ROOM duplex. Water and gar­ 
bage included. $75. Call OL. 3-1523 
after 8 pm. ' 
O td b M àupl«rnCëvëir~c iose~in, 
fireplace, stove, refrigerator, gar­ 
age. Modernized, excellent con­ 
dition. Call GL 3-8533. 
A T T R A C T I V E apirtm eitT nSi 
business district. Parking, electric 
stove 
and 
refrigerator, 
phone 
GLenwood 4-4040 days, GLenwood 
4-3051 evenings. 
SMALL 
apartment 
suitable 
tor 
couple. $61.50 includes water, dose 
in. 970 San Anselmo Avenue* 
GLenwood 4-3448. 
Eaurel APARTMENTS^ 1 bed­ 
room, modem. Utilities, garage. In 
town, 205 Laurel Place, San Ra- 
ftel OL. 3-7223 . _____ 
CaRGE sunny 3 room apartment 
with stove, refrigerator, garage. 
Storage and laundry. Apply Apt. 
2, 839 Sir Francis Drake, Bar* 
Anselmo. 
Larg e s 
stove 
lai 
wood 


tGE 3 room apartment with 
ove, refrigerator, garage, storage, 
undxy. Cfce to town. $85. GLen- 
ood 4-3712, GLenwood 3-0304. 
SRAND new 1 and 2 bedroom aparf- 
ments. 3 blocks center San Rafael, 
Stove, refrigerator, launch 
tog. Child welcome. GL. 3 


28" Rooms For R n l 


NICE comfortable front room. Light 
housekeeping. Near transporta- 
rion. 714 Mission, Sen Rafael. 
VER’Y large sunnjteroom with kitch­ 
en privileges. 2 mocks bus depot, 
San Rafael. GLenwood 3-8486. 
CENTRALLY located room 873-A 
Fourth Street, San Rafael. GL. 
4-2883, 
FURNÏSHtED room t o 
private home. 
Downtown San Anselmo. GLen­ 
wood 3-2686. 
LARGE sunny furnished rooms, sin­ 
gles and doubles, with kitchen 
privileges. 961 Mission, San Rafael 
IwOM with kitchen and laundry 
privileges. % Mock H St. Tele- 
f 
ione Bldg. Woman only. 137 West 
est End Ave., San Rafael.* 
NICE large front room. Hot and coid 
water, and heat. Near everytning. 
633 Fifth Ave.. San Rafael 
GOOD home1, execellent location, 
lovely surroundings. Front room. 
K i t c h e n , 
laundry 
privileges. 
Couple or lady. GLenwood 4-1507. 


28-B— Homes For Aged 


VACANCY. Mt. View Home For The 
Axed. Attendant day and night. 
Pleasant surroundings, good home 
cooking. GLenwood 3-4188. 
COUNTRY home for invalids, con­ 
valescents or children. Mrs. Laura 
Bento. Phone Pfc. Reyes 10-W. 


29«—Room And Board 


BOARD and room, by week or 
month. Reasonable rates. GLen- 
wood 3-5341. 
1X7.50 AND up. Singles arid idoubles. 
Private adj. bath. Home cooking 
for workin 
people. The Lodge. 
GLenwood 3-9945 


29-A— Child Cora 


WILL cart for children after school 
for working mothers. Across the 
street from St. Raphaels school 
Call OL. 4-3051. 
<2!m2faire~Say or n!ghC13cen^i, 
trained and eatpo-ienced. Reascm- 
able rat», 
reseed yard, large 
home. Corte Madera 876-R. 
* 
............ . 
I*- in 11,11— 
m EKLY or monthly care in San 
Rafael licensed home. GLenwood 
3-8993. 
CfeLD ~carenoi5nmother wito M 
. 
Well balanced meals. Fenced yard. 
Corte Madera 221-W. 
A^I’kNTION working parents. San 
O eronii^ 
Legunita*, 
F o r e s t 
K$k>11s, Day Care. Licensed Wood- 
home. 
Close 
supervision. 
GLenwood 3-2494. 


ALTA MIRA HOTEL 
M»çnliictnt B»jr Vkw 
Cocktail Lotmge 
Private Banquet Room for Group * 
and Organization Lunch« 
Dinner« - Special Occasions 
326 Btariaon 
Sausalito III 


ONE year or 
more, 3 
bedroom 
house, furnished or unfurnished, 
near grammar school or school 
bus stop. Swimming pool if pos­ 
sible, nice grounds. 
GLenwood 
3-3187. 
_________ 
OFfc'i'iMS“ residents ©! San Rafael 
desire to lease 2 bedroom unfur­ 
nished home in San Rafael. Ex­ 
cellent r e f e r e n c e s . GLenwood 
4-2926. 
fl£ SPOfJSiBLE family needs 3 or 
4 bedrooms unfurnished. Prefer 
seclusion. About $100, Call Gten- 
wood 4-4124. 
SMAI^ house or apartmer,t- unfur­ 
nished. Anytime to September 1st, 
2 adults. Independent-Journal Box 
44€, 
ATfo^NEY and family desire 2 or 
3 bedroom unfurnished apart - 
ment, house, 
548- 
T o w 7 i 


or flat. Sausalito 


ihrrtriFr, 
- 
_ apartment,.'prefer 
with garage, M vT cM Larfipur; 
couple; call GL. 3-0443. 
COUPLE, both leachers, desire“ un- 
f u m i s h e d two bedroom house, 
wird, San Rafael, San Anselmo. 
No pets or chiklren. GL. 3-6588. 
WÓMAN teacher wants unfurnished 
roomy apartment as soon as pos­ 
sible. Independent - Journal Bex 


MATURE 
woman 
desires 
fivtog 
accommodations. 
Quiet, privacy, 
view. Moderate rent Write Miss 
j, 31 Wfldomar, Mill Valley, 
MIS Hitó School teacher, 
9 year son, uhfurnished house, 
apartment between Mill Valley, 
gan Anselmo. D, A. Volandri, 175 
W. Alameda Street, M a n t e c a , 
California. 


32— Mise«llamous For Rant 


FOR 


ONE room downtown San Rafael 
office for rent. $35 per month, 
Cali OL,. 3-8510.________ 
FOR Rent: Lot to commercial dis­ 
trict. San Anselmo, Phone GLen­ 
wood 4-3373. 
R E N fT W ^ronctero^ffi^, 
25x60 commercial building. 4 year 
lease can be assumed. $125 per 
month. Phone HEmiock 1-0379. 
PROFESSIONAL 
Or business offices. Downtown 
Fourth street, San Rafael, park- 
a 
and reception service avail- 
. Phone GLenwood 4-4833 or 
GLenwood 4-0741. 
DlTiCE ¿or rent. Also refrigerated 
space am! dry storage tayoe, 
Available to part or whole. Excel­ 
lent set-up for distributor. A] 
at Marin County Ice Co. 
Fourth St. San Rafael. 


SEWING MACHINES 
FOR RENT 
Free pickup and delivery. $5 
mcnth. Singer Sewing Machine 
Co., 1235 4th St. San Rkfael. 
NEW Store 731 Sir Francis Drake, 
- Ban Anselmo, lease $40 per month. 
GLenwood 3-1983. 


34— Cars For Sda 


Bay Your • 
A-l 


6,000 miles or 6 mo. 
(Copyrighted 
Guaranteed 
Used Car 


from fht 
BIGGEST LOT IN MARIN 
4th St., Op. Telephone Co. 
D0HEMANN 
MOTOR CO. 
SAN RAFAEL 
FOR YOUR CONVENIENCE 
WE ARE 
Open Evenings Till 9 p.m. 
WITH THE EXCEPTION OF 
SATURDAY BUT WE ARE OPEN 
Sundays from 11 to 3 


25 YEARS A 
FORD DEALER 


m i MERCURY Monterey. Leather 
upholstery. 
Terri.ce Ave San 
B â ta i 
*H9 
ceavertible. Needs 
SSL mm°' 00011 
condition $20. 78 Wreden Avenue, 
Fairfax. GLenwood 3-8200. 


Gjner in service. $41», Larkspur 


1941BUICK "converribfiTlioC“Terms 
H taired 
Good buy. DUnlap 
8-1139. 


*51 motor. A-l condition, GLen­ 
wood 3-7914. 


inArpmflfnl-jionrmti. Monday, Aug. 18, I9S2 
11 


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LOOK! 


MAR VISTA'S 


Anniversary Sale 


¡00 CARS 
LOTS 


of 
USED CARS 
2 
Locations 


Open Sundays 
W, J. BELL 
182* 
ST * SAN RAFAEL 
806 SIR FRANCIS DRAKE 
OPPOSITE DRAKE MKT. 
SAN ANSELMO 


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”51 CADILLAC 
Model 82, 4 door sedan, beautiful 
two-tone green, Solex glass, fully 
equipped 
WiU 
accept 
trade. 
Phone Belvedere, GEneva 5-0252, 
W W K to, 4 door "sedan, “84. Fine 
mechanically. 
Good tiros. 
Seat 
covers. Heater. Complete over­ 
haul. 
New brakes, battery etc. 
which alone cost 5225 last October, 
See and drive this bargain at 
$195. 
Phone owner GL. 4-4832 
evenings and weekends. 
1937 OLDS sedan. 
Clean. 
Looks 


IS d eS llM W * 004 
* * * 
OUM." 19« Rocket t t eonvo^Me'. 
Radio and heater. Whitewall tires. 
Hydro. Perfect. $1795. GLenwood 
4-2708. 
34-fl— Can w « N d 


Sell 


YOUR CAR TO 


MAR VISTA MOTORS 


WE PAY THK HIGHEST PRICES 
OCT OP STATE CAM CLEARED. 
EQUITY’S BOUGHT. NO DELAY 
3 Stores to Serve You 
MAR VISTA MOTORS 
LINCOLN MERCURY 
S i 
J&JL5S0 
w® 4th 8L 
OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING 
SUNDAY 
9 A. M. TO 9 P M. 


1948 (HR8T sold in ’49) Pontiac 
* convertible. Hy drama tic, low mile­ 
age, A-l mechanical condition, 


5 5 ? Â v h n n t “ ? m S im?ï!Sn; 33 D0d/ e' P»ne 
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6 p m 38 ^ 
3 d0OT 
GLenwood 3-8755. 
1947 BEAUTIFUl7blacrC 
model. Radio, heater, excellent 
conditio®. Perfect interior. Low 
mileage. GLenwood 4-0448. 


condition; Radio, heater, over­ 
drive, fender pants. 2 tone brown. 
$1450. GLenwood 3-3848 after 8 
p.m. 
fSifBUICK "ronvertlbte 
ly good condition. 
extrem«- 
WiU trade my 


ROOMS with ot without mm. 
sonable price. CARMEL HOTEL 
t a B Street» San Rafael. Phone 
GLenwood 3-7K74. 
S/TÎFÎi s r «*'< i h 
aiîr«r« hafK ' " ÂTiL 
SKJwZftis ».til private Datii, Also 
: aw! up. 


equity for ’40 - ’41 Ford, Chevro­ 
let, etc. DUnlap 8-0550 days, DUn- 
] ap 8-0445 after 6:30 p. m . __ 
FORD ’51 Country Squire station 
wagon. Fordomaric, radio, heater. 
9109 miles. $2250. No t r a d e s . 
GLenwood 3-7879._______ 
Y 6 r D, 1941 coupe, r & ~ hTliifl 
chrome dash, pipes, skirts, etc. 
Good condition. Call GLenwood 
4-3llft4. 
48 PACKARD convertible. 
lutely lovely from every angle. AH 
the extras. 14 Foes Avenue, San 
Anselmo. GL 4-4336, mornings 
oajbr* 
1948 OLDS MOBILE 98. aU extras, 
including white sidewalls, deluxe 
radio and 
heater, 
hydromatie 
shift, etc.: never damaged; $200 
under blue book; private party. 
DU. 8-5690 
_ 
_ 
_ 
_ 
I S D ^ o f b sedan. AH around good 
condition. 
Clean transportation. 
$140, Phone Seusalito 202, or 111. 
M i 'M M a * d a n :" R to " ^ " fo a i 
good. $395, GLenwood 4-3936. 
41 MERCURY tiidor, r a t o ¥ i a t ^ 
dean. 
$375. 
Nations 
ItldiiteM 
Service Station, 35 Corte Madera, 
Mill Valley 
a. . »--. Ml I, mn !W—qX i 
..... 
nM II 
mmng m* 
BY m ner — 1934 Chev. Coupe. In 
excellent running cuzffltten, $71. 
65 Lomita Drive, Alto near Mill 
Vfcltef. 
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AM ?v%dae 'O ne Good ■ 
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TOP PRICES 
CASH AT ONCE 
l‘OR YOUR USED CAR 
PAID FOR OR NOT 
DOHEMANN MOTOR CO. 
S«n Refesl 


WE NEED USED CARS 
Highest cask paid. Out of state cam 
cleared. 
MARIN AUTO SALES 
14» «TH ST , SAN RAFAEL 
NKXTTÖF.O. 4 1 


50 Low Priced Cars 
*38 Nash Amba*.. 4-dr. aed. $138 
*37 Oldsmobile, club coupe 
... 99 
'40 Plymouth, Dlx., 2-dr. sed. ... 183 
'39 Oldsmobile, 4-dr. sedan « 
198 
*37 Plymouth Deluxe, Bus. epe. „ 158 
*39 Oldsmobile 6, 2-dr. sed. 
232 
'39 mode. Com., 4-dr. sed. ___ 191 
’41 Pontiac Torpe. dlx. 4-dr. sed. 199 
*40 Studebaker, 2-dr. sedan 186 
*42 Willys, 4-dr. sedan________ 177 
'41 Ford Deluxe, coupe ______ 294 
'S» Buick Special, 4-dr. sedan «, 245 
*38 Cev. Deluxe, coupe 
____ 98 
*41 Chev. Super Dlx., 2-dr, sed. 
395 
*39 Chrysler, 2-dr. sedan ___ 149 
’4« Crosley, Station Wagon 
363 
'41 DeSoto Custom, club coupe - 398 
’40 Dodge, 4-door sedan 
— 
293 
’41 Dodge Custom, 4-dr. sedan 
386 
’39 D ota, 4-dr. sedan — 
— 242 
*39 Ford, 2-dr. sedan ..... 
287 
’41 Ford Deluxe, 2-dr. sedan _ 298 
’42 Oldsmobile 71, club sedan .... 398 
4 
Willys panel 



— 925 
47 Pontiac 2 door 
..... 
892 
47 Packard Clipper, 4 door 
753 
39 Buick, 4 
door ..........«____198 
panel truck 
............... . . . . 78 
............... 
139 
HIL FROBERT 
MOTORS 
Phtmt LARKSPUR 650 
OPEN EVENINGS AND SUNDAYfif 
1947 iOESOTO custom 4 door sedan. 
Radio and heater..Excellent con­ 
dition. Make offer, GLenwood 
4-4887. 
ii50~~€!l)aMO§lItB economy 
I, 
standard shift, white walls, 28,000 
mile?. Reasonable. CaU DUnlap 
8-9957, 9 to 5. 


1952 NASH 
AUTOMOBILES 


i f i r r i n e 
x 
r m e 
Trada In Allowanca 
WE’VE Thrown 
the book away 


30 Months to pay 
ONLY 21% Down 


COMPLETE LINE OF 
* 
USED CARS 
Johnson - Nash 
183 4th OL — GLenwood 4-4839 
San Rafael, CaHL 


3 A* D ^^T rail® f% 


Plymouth club coups 
Oldsmoblo Holiday $b 
Ford 2 door custom 
smobla Holiday 91 


a 


30’ i m GENERAL with tandem 
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SAA 
wneti. 
tw a. cooaRioc , 
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ALL MAKES AND MODELS 
LOWEST PRICES 
LOWEST TERMS 
VISIT OUR SHOW ROOMS NOW 


52 Lincoln Cosmo, sadan 
51 Cadilac 62 4 dr. sadan 
51 Mercury Sport Sodatt 
51 Ford Victoria 
SI Chevrolet 2 door sedan 
SI Mercury sport coure 
51 Studebaker sedan V«t 
51 Chevrolet Bel Air 
SI 
5! 
SI 
SI Nash Rambler convert* 
SI Ford station wagon 
SI Plymouth bus. coupa 
SI Oldsmobile 88 sedan 
51 Lincoln sport coupa 
51 Ford Crest 2 dr. sad an 
S I Hudson Hornet Hollywd 
51 Lincoln sedan Cosmo«' 
51 Buick Super convertible 
50 Ford sedan V-8 
50 Studebaker Chmp. sed. 
50 Buick Special 4 door 
50 Nash Super 600 
50 Mercury fourdor sadan 
50 Chevrolet Bel Air 
50 Buick Super fourdor 
50 Oldsmobile Holiday 91 
50 Hudson Pacemaker 
50 DeSoto sport coupe 
SO Buick Roadmaster sed. 
50 Oldmebtle eonvt* 91 
50 Ford 2 door deluxe 
50 Mercury club coupe 
50 Lincoln Cosmo, sedan 
49 Pontiac sedan 8 • 
49 Ford Custom coupe 
49 Oldsmobile 98 seaan 
49 Lincoln sport sedan 
49 Oldsmobile 98 tudor 
49 Buick Super sedan 
49 Pontiac fourdor sedan 
49 Chrysler Windsor sedan 
49 Austin fourdor sadan 
49 Dodge fourdor sedan 
49 Packard Clipper sedan 
49 Ford Custom sedan 
48 DeSoto club coupa 
48 Lincoln Club coupa 
48 Oldsmobila 66 club opa. 
48 Chevrolet convertible 
48 Pontiac station wagon 
47 Mercury convertible 
47 Oldsmobile convertible 
47 Buick sedanette 
47 Plymouth 5 pass, coupe 
47 Buick sedan 
47 Chevrolet fourdor sed. 
47 Plymouth fourdor sedan 
47 Lincoln sport coupe 
46 Oldsmobile sedanet 76 
46 Ford Custom sadan 


74 MONTHS OR MORE ON MOOT 
CARS 
K 
3 Stores To Serve You 


Mar Visia Motors ‘ 
LINCOLN MERCURY 


M2 4TH ST. 
1560 4TH 8T 
. 
51* 4TH STRŒT 
OPEN EVERY DAY INCLUDING 
SUNDAY 
» AM, TO » P.M. 


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1947 PACKARD iedan. coinmçrdaÆ- 
ly used. Best offer takes. See Wil- 
som 911 Tamalpate, S ts Rafael. 
1942 MERCURY 4 door sedan, good 4 
Ur». 
$150. 
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38th Drake 
Pilgrimage 
Saturday 


Rallying its members tor its an­ 
nual Pilgrimage to Drake's bey, the 
Sir Francis Drake association lias 
issued invitations for that event for 
Saturday at 2 p. m. when special 
observance of the landing of Sir 
Francis Drake on the Cal .'ornia 
coast will be held. 
Speaker will be Mrs.. James Car- 
rutbcrs of London, former Liberal 
member of Parliament and am of 
the earliest workers few labor in 
England. 
The Pilgrimage, 
inaugurated 38 
years ago by Bishop William Nichols 
of the Episcopal Diocese of Cali­ 
fornia , commemorates the holding by 
Sir Francis Drake of the first Eng­ 
lish religious services In this part 
of t o world. 


Novato 
Building 


One of the most modem dental 
buildings In Marla county will be 


WIDE RANGE OF SERVICE 
Mrs. Carruthers this year s speak­ 
er, known throughout England as 
Violet Markham, has had a wide 
range of public sen ice. Her offices 
have been as diverse as mayor of 
ChesterfteSd and deputy coramia- 
sioner of public assistance and Can­ 
adian representative on the govern­ 
ing body of the International Labor 
Office, a post to which she was ap­ 
pointed by her 
life-long 
friend, 
Canada's late Prime Minister Mac- 
Kesste King. 
In the first World War she was 
deputy director of the national ser­ 
vice and in the second World War, 
in company with Dame Florence 
Hancock, she presented to Labor 
Minister Ernest Bevin a report on 
the organization of domestic work 
which led to the setting up of the 
Institute of Homeworkers. Mrs. Car- 
ruthers presided over the Advisory 
Council in that first effort toward 
raising the weKktng standard for 
domestics 
NOT A YEMINISr 
Despite her successful public car­ 
eer Mrs. Carruthers was not a fem­ 
inist in the days of the struggle far 
suffrage in Britain but opposed It 
She changed her opinion under 
stress of war, however, and hi 1918 
in the first election after the en­ 
franchisement of women in Eng­ 
land, she stood for Parliament 
the Liberal candidate for Chester­ 
field. She was a member of those 
earliest Trade Boards set up as a 
result off agitation against “sweat 
shops.” She devoted years to work 
for ill-treated, ill-pa id factory work­ 
ers in England. 
She is author of a standard vol­ 
ume on the Romanesque architec­ 
ture ol France. 
The public has been invited to 
hear Mrs. Carruthers at the Sir 
Francis Drake Pilgrimage on Sat­ 
urday. 


TAKES STAFF TRAINING — 
Ma). Frank L Ford Jr., Marine 
Reserve officer 
s.^d 
former 
member of the First Marine 
division during World War XI. 
is taking advanced amphibious 
staff training at the troop train­ 
ing unit in Coronado. A public 
accountant with offices in San 
Francisco, Maj, Ford and his 
family Wve at 1965-A Filth 
avenue. Sen Rafael. The Coro­ 
nado program lasts two weeks. 
(Marine Corps photo 


Kennel Club 
Sets Dote For 
Its Dog Show 


“Calling all dogs” is the all-points 
bulletin sent out this week by the 
Marin North Bay Kennel Club, 
which is preparing the fifteenth all­ 
breed dog show to be held at Albert 
Field cm September 7. 
Entries are now being accepted 
by the show superintendent, Ber­ 
nice Behrendt, 518 Taylor street, 
San 
Francisco 
(Phone: 
Ordway 
3-0327). Entry deadline is August 23. 
Application blanks may be obtained 
at all local pet shops. 
The one day unbenched show will 
to held under American Kennel Ciub 
rules with an outstanding list of 
judges.* 
In addition to the regular prizes, 
trophies will be offered this year for 
dogs in all local classes. Further in­ 
formation may be obtained from the 
dub secretary, Irene Ward at 56 
Jersey road, San Anseimo (Glen- 
wood 4-1841). 


ready for occupancy this week with 
the completion of the *20,000 struc­ 
ture being erected in Novato for Dr. 
Sidney Kerston on Grant avenue, the 
rapidly expanding business and pro­ 
fessional district. 
The completely air-conditlon«5 of­ 
fices will consist of four dental op­ 
erating rooms, a recovery room, a 
laboratory, X-ray developing room, 
offices for both dentist and nurse, a 
waiting room, and is soundproofed 
throughout. 
Designed by architect Lloyd Ras­ 
mussen the ultra-modern structure 
is planned for the utmost in effi­ 
ciency and comfort. The most mod 
era dental equipment will to install­ 
ed, as well as facilities for all types 
of anaesthesia including nitrous ox­ 
ide gas and sodium penathol. 
Constructed by R. C. Briggs, No­ 
vato builder, it covers 1,408 square 
feet in a 23 by 62 foot space and 
is built primarily of redwood with 
extensive use of glass. 
The building is decorated inside 
and out in a soft grey tone with 
coral doors and coral trim. The ex­ 
terior is further embellished by 
natural stone in the patio and cm 
the front wall. For the entertainment 
of your patients, a gold fish tank is 
being installed in the waiting room 
Since he came to Novato two and 
one half years ago, Dr. Kerston has 
been occupying offices in the Pin! 
building. Prior to that he was on 
the staff of a San Francisco hospital 
as an oral surgeon. 


Merchants To Underwrite 
Yule Decorations In Novato 
Christmas decorations for Novato's 
Grant avenue business district seem 
assured as contributions from local 
merchants continue to roll in to the 
chamber of commerce which is 
sponsoring the move. 
Mel Hampton, the chairman of 
the Christmas decoration commit­ 
tee reported at a recent meeting of 
the chamber that more than $400 
has been received already by the 
committee. He stated that the type 
of decorations to be used would de­ 
pend on the amount of cash con­ 
tributed by local businessmen. 


Angel Island Day 
Picnic Sunday 


EARTHQUAKE MAKES ZIG ZAG COTTON 
badly twisted he doubts he can irrigate 
properly even when his broken cement irriga­ 
tion pipe is replaced at a cost of $50,000. 
Other ranches have similar damage. 
(AP Wirephoto) 


One of the results of last month's severe 
earthquakes are these zig-zag rows of cotton 
at Arvin, 90 miles northwest of Los Angeles, 
The rancher, J. W. Boehm, figures the ground 
shifted as much as six feet. His rows are so 


Woman To Die For 
Poison Slaying 


Psychological Warfare Post 
Is 'Game Of Musical Chairs' 


.Greatest picnic in the history of 
the Bay Area will be held Sunday, 
September 21, when the Angel Is­ 
land Foundation and the Pacific 
Maritime academy, with 25 allied 
organizations will stage an Angel 
Island day. 


Hampton recommended that the 
decorations be rented rather than 
purchased. Ha pointed out that if 
the yule trims are rented the prob­ 
lem of storing the decorations until 
n o t year with the attendant ex* 
pause of Insurance friyj sfesrsgs 
utild tiie 8^7oldec! * 
He also stated to t a rental ar­ 
rangement would enable to) com­ 
munity to have new and different 
decorations each year whereas if 
ornaments were purchased they 
would to used repeatedly for many 
years to come without much varia­ 
tion. 
Rental companies provide insur­ 
ance against injury caused by fall­ 
ing decorations he stated thereby 
protecting the community against 
liability for any injuries which 
might occur. 


Air Force Aid 
Gets $5,000 From 
Hamilton Field 


'Light Up Sky' 
First Play 
In Sausalito 
“Light Up the Sky ” Moss Hart’s 
Broadway hit, will be the first pro­ 
duction of the Sausalito Little Thea­ 
tre's 1952-53 season. It will be pre­ 
sented in October. 
New officers of the little theatre 
group decided Wednesday night 
that a theatre workshop would be 
held during November to present 
to es one-set plays. 
John King was appointed chair­ 
man of a committee 
to select a 
director for “Light Up the Sky” 
Names of committe chairmen and 
members were also announced. 
Marge Broughton will be chair­ 
man of the membership committee 
which win launch a drive for new 
members this month. 
Evelyn McAntnch will be chair 
man of the publicity committee, as­ 
sisted by Richard Gump and Eu­ 
gene Bums. 
Joe Scanlon is play reading chair­ 
man. Committeemen are Virginia 
King, Mary Jane Wellington, Bob 
O’Leary and Agnes Gump. 
Mary 
Spring is box office chairman and 
Mary Jane Baird is in charge of the 
scrapbook, 
Officers for the year are Bob Rog­ 
ers, president; 
Kay Krlng, vice 
president; Phyllis Logan, business 
secretary; Earl Thompson, treas­ 
urer; Sally Hettrich. secretary. 
On the board of directors are 
Natalie Beckett, John King, Olive 
Scanlon, Marge Broughton, Agnes 
Gump, Kay Bartholomew, Milton 
Very. Jack Stkkney, Charles Liv­ 
ingston and Cotton McAmnch. 


MONTGOMERY, Ala., tP>—Mur­ 
derer’s row at Kilby Prison—which 
few women have ever even seen— 
has a curtained cell in readiness for 
one scheduled to die there Spt. 26. 
Grim, impassive Mi1!. Earle Den­ 
nison, a 54-year-old nurse convict­ 
ed at Wetumpka Saturday for t o 
poison slaying of her 2-year-old 
ece, is expected to be transferred 
there today. 
The law requires the Alabama 
Supreme Court to review her sen­ 
tence. 
Because the prison has no facili­ 
ties for condemned women, War­ 
den C. P. Buford picked a special 
cell and draped it with curtains to 
insure “privacy.” - 


Almost $5,000 has been contribut­ 
ed by Hamilton Air Force Base per­ 
sonnel to the membership drive of 
the Air Force Aid society. Although 
the drive ended last week funds are 
still being submitted by field or­ 
ganizations and it is expected that 
the final sum will go over the $5,000 
mark. 
The 2346th AFROTC squadron 
led the list of contributing units 
with 82 per cent more to n its quota 
on the basis of percentage of per­ 
sonnel participation. The largest 
contribution of funds was made by 
Fourth Air Force headquarters with 
$481. 
The Air Force Aid society assists 
service men and their dependents 
with their personal problems, edu­ 
cation of their children, and makes 
emergency loans and grants of 
funds. 


Trustees Of Three 
Ross Valley School 
Districts Meet 


Coffee is more than twice as 
popular a UB. beverage today as 
it was 40 years ago. Americans now 
consume about 18 pounds per year. 
In 1910 the average annual per 
capita consumption was 7.6 pounds. 


Regular meeting Of t o trustees 
of Kentfield 
Elementary 
School 
district will be held this evening at 
7 :30 st Adeline 1. Kent school. 
Meeting of the trustees off Fair­ 
fax district will be held tomorrow 
at 7:45 p. m., at Fairfax school. 
On Wednesday trustees of San 
Anseimo district will meet at 7:45 
p. m., at Brookside school. 


The larger shrimp-like 
often are known as prawns. 
animals 


By DONALD J. GONZALES 
WASHINGTON (UF) — Leadership 
of the nation’s Psychological Strate­ 
gy board has turned out to be a 
game of musical chairs. * 
President Truman created the 
board 14 months ago. Since then, it 
has had two directors, a third has 
just been appointed, and a fourth 
change may come after inaugura­ 
tion day next January 20. 
* 
Importance of psychological war­ 
fare in the cold war and lack of 
liaison between various government 
agencies working at it was re­ 
sponsible for the president’s decision 
to set up the strategy board. 
The National Security council, 
Central Intelligence, and Mutual Se­ 
curity agencies, Army, Navy, Air 
Force, and State department all 
have phychological warfare func­ 
tions. 
On June 20, 1951, Truman estab­ 
lished the new board to coordinate 
and guide “overall national psycho­ 
logical objectives, policies and pro­ 
grams” of the various agencies. 
A director’s job paying $16,000 a 
year was created, and the President 
and his aides started searching for a 
man to take the post. 
SCARED OFF ASPIRANTS 
But the prospect of trying to weld 
the various agencies into still an­ 
other with fairly limited authority 
scared away several candidates. The 
inside word at the time was that the 
pride off each agency in its psycho­ 
logical work and ideas made a new 
“Potomae rim battle" certain. 
Truman Dually persuaded former 
Army Secretary Gordon Gray to 
take the job. Gray worked hard and 
successfully at ironing out inter­ 
departmental rivalries, but he re­ 
signed after a few months. 
The starch for another board di­ 
rector uncovered Dr. Raymond B. 
Allen, former president of the Uni­ 
versity of Washington. Allen took 
the job last January 2 on condition 
he would be released after a 
“limited duration.** 
KIRK TAKES OVER 
The White House said last week 
that Allen would step out about 
September 15. Truman announced 


appointment of Adm. Alan G. Kirk, j 
former U. S. Ambassador to t o So­ 
viet Union, as Allen’s successor. Of­ 
ficials watching these changes point 
out that still another president may 
appoint another board director af­ 
ter January 20, 1953. 
The board is composed of the un­ 
dersecretary of state, the deputy 
secretary &f defense, the director of 
Central Intelligence, and representa­ 
tives of other agencies. It meets with 
its director at a formal meeting once 
a month. Members also have in­ 
formal luncheon meetings about 
once a week. Day to day work is 
handled by the director and a staff 
of fewer than 70 people plus ex­ 
perts who drop In from t o various 
agencies. 
The flurry of changes has caused 
some concern among experts who 
believe the cold war may to won or 
lost on psychological rather than 
military fronts. The Soviet Union 
wages psychological warfare inten­ 
sively to spread doubts and fears in 
the non-Red world. 


chological campaign is talked about 
as “white, gray, or black” “White” 
work is open and above board. 
“Gray” is operated under vague 
sponsorship without a national label. 
The “black” type covers rumor cam­ 
paigns, printed material distributed 


For the second time in the past 
100 years, t o island will be opened 
to the general public. From 1850 to 
1945 the island was used by t o U. 
S. government and therefore was 
not available for public use. 
15,000 persons are expected to 
visit t o island at this time. Trans­ 
portation will be made available 
from Sausalito and Tiburon. 


Re6dy legion Confab 
MEW YORK, VP) —The ASMrcaB 
Legion’s headquarters staff Is in 
town to prepare for t o organisa­ 
tion’s 34th annual convention start­ 
ing next Sunday# 


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overseas by local groups as their own 
product, and other sub rosa opera­ 
tions. 


Korea has provided a valuable 
testing ground for U. S. efforts to 
catch up with Communist strategy 
in psychological warfare. These ef­ 
forts are based on general policies 
worked out by the psychological 
strategy board and'put into effect 
by t o military. 


When You See The Big Games See ¡hem Over 


STRUGGLE FOR MINDS 
U. S. experts regard modem psy­ 
chological warfare as a science. 
They call it the “struggle for men’s 
minds.” Its weapons include such 
things as posters, pamphlets, and a 
host of clandestine operations. 
Inside the government, the psy- 


22 Escape Injury 
When Bus Leaves Road 
HANCOCK, Md. (/Pv—Twenty-two 
passengers, most of them sleeping, 
escaped serious injury early yester­ 
day when a Blue Ridge Lines bus 
left the road and smashed into a 
power pole. 
Only one passenger, 
Frank 
L. 
Benefield, 4$, of Washington, re­ 
quired hospitalization. 


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