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Argus (Newspaper) - April 29, 1960, Fremont, California ;Newark, California Friday, April Page 6 Plumbers "TNewarkls 'code too city councilmen don't Alariieda Coun.ty plumbing' ,Coiitractpr's': Associa- tion fe'els strongly that it is. They, .wrote to .the council yes- terda'y tellin'g..theini' so. '..The' letterv said' Newark has the" v'fcxTst'.expensive quireme'nts' and .the. strictest in- spection, of-any. city in :Nafr says the charge isn't itfue; :.a1thojigh the city's requirements are stiff. Theyf ,ha'yie to "be.'to protect New-; ark .homeowners, Nail. J-. Councilmen .instructed Nail ;to meeU.with. representatives of the Plumbers and- discuss the rer quest.'-for..modification of the city .-In other, action last night, the. city's .night ..parking ban mon- opolized ;many council minutes. Fifteen Newark, residents ap- peared at public hearing to discuss the pros and cons ban.. The majority opppled. the present parking ban, but there 'wasi' no :general accord oh' now best to 'handle the prob- narrow city str'eets. appeared to call for some modification of the forrner parking limit. The hearing, was continued to May 12, to .permit tabulation of results .of the city's postcard poll of; residents on the law. The approved eight rezoning proposals, primarily designed to bring zoning into conformance with .the Blaster plan. Rezoriings 'call for multi family residential development in the [area '.bdunde'd by Dairy, Cherry, Thornton and Mvignolia streets; at the. northwest corner of Olive; find at the northeast corner of Baine and Cherry. Business'Districts were creat ed at. the .corner .of :Magriolia and west of the corner at Thorn ton arid Cedar. A transitiona district was created on Thorn ton between Cherry and Olive. Castro Valley Kiwanians can find a..better place to come fo fun than Newark's new El Cam po Country Club. They'll be there, come June 8. El Campo Opens This Weekend Newark golfers who have been testing greens at El Campo .Country Club since last May 13, will be introduced formally to indoor El Campo this weekend, when the cocktail .lounge and 'dining room marks, its grand opening. The function isn't re- stricted to golfers, either, for veryone is invited to attend. El Campo's members, headed y James attended a irivate opening Wednesday. The lub's suppliers h'a'd a private ook at what they'd helped to create last'night. 'Tonight and omorrow the public invited. Larry Cabral and'his; qrches- ra will play for opening. The music of Walt.No- >riga will be featured on sub- sequent weekends. There will be a cocktail hour from to 8 p.m., dinner be- tween 8 and 10 p.m., and danc- ing from 9 p.m. to 1 a.m., ac- cording to Wes- Mart, manager of the restaurant and bar. Mart also operates The. Carriage House in Oakland. The visitor who steps into El Campo for the' first time this weekend will see-a tall-roofed lounge dominated by a modern- istic central fireplace. Tables (Continued on page 6) NEWARK, I960 MEET THE ARGUS, FOLKS This is the Argus, a Newark i Now all we need are Newark newspaper published by Newark that's you. Hope residents for Newark residents you'll like nottoday, in a Newark shop. If it isn't all you think it.. should be, may we be first to on hand.. It s say it's not all we think it should So are we. be either. We've had some But what problems. tell you was For instance, have you ever U Newark enterprise, we are. lost a three-ton machine? Well, For instance, the, at we did.-And when it finally ar- the top handi' rived, Newark apparently didn't work of M, ACWD .Needs More Of Everything suit it, for it's been cranky-for MS though, some But what we started out to tell you was just how much Argus to you. ough, a Newark artist. Viola Johnson is a Newark resident of past. Lewis Osman, who owns the print shop which produces The KIWANIANS PLAN ANNUAL BREAKFAST ....._f ______ May 8 is Mother's Day and is another Newark resi- also Pancake Breakfast day in dent. Newark as Newark Klwanis The name of Argus'was-sug- Club presents its annual affair, gested by Walter -Johnson, a to raise money for the club's Newark-ite in exile who jsurely youth Kiwania'ns'wiil serve a break-] More wells, more mains, more, reservoirs, and more money are' needed by Alameda County Wa-; ter District to meet the water r requirements of industry and residents, directors learned at' meeting. General Manager Matt Whit-: field, who briefed a 50-page re-; port, estimated a n original' ACWD bond issue of must be supplemented by 986.000 to do the job engineers say is necessary to increase pro- duction and to provide a three-, day reservoir supply of water; within the District. ._.____.also called for in-; _. atidn: of water, softening; equipment "at some District! some day. (By .the The manager the added! t rf construction can be fi. of M. p., Silva School. }L ai iJ i oii-vci i George Kincaid is chairman The departmental makeup, of the breakfast committee which we hope to get under which includes Shelley Jones, much better control than we Paul Power, Sam Scott, Manuel have of the construction program. Thei extra money won't be needed: until 1962 or 1963. The program Whitfield out- j lined calls for construction- of a- gallon reservoir in the; r.. Mth Fo'ster and Gene Carroll. I Boy Scouts arc tanging
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