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Argus (Newspaper) - May 22, 1965, Fremont, California 8 nominees for Young Man of the year now incorporating the former Newark Sun 10 cents volume i no. 6 published at Newark California saturday May 22, 1965 Senate will act on College Bill Newark and Fremont unified school District officials Are among those scheduled to attend a state Senate hearing in Sacramento wednesday on a Bill which would remove a major Road Block confronting backers of a Fremont Newark Junior College dist. The Bill introduced by assemblyman Carlos Bee received 6g-0 approval from the stale Assembly. It would waive requirements for a assessed valuation behind each Junior College student in the proposed District. Backers of the Fremont Newark Junior. College have contended that the assessed valuation requirement is unrealistic. They also have argued that assessed valuation behind Junior College students is higher in the Fremont Newark area than in the South county Junior College District entered in Hayward. Review denied efforts by local Sci tool officials to have the state department of education to review its method of computing assessed valuation figures have proved fruitless school officials say they have been told by assemblyman Bee that he expects the state Senate s education committee to give a Strong do pass endorsement Otheill. The measure tailor made to apply Only to the Fremont and Newark area carries an emergency clause. Final action in the Senate could come As soon As next Friday. Supt. Jack Macgregor will be among those attending from Newark. The City of Newark May also Send a representative. Asst. Supt. Gus Robertson who has steered efforts to form the new Junior College District will be officials attending the hearing. The proposed Fremont Newark Junior College District will be reviewed by the state coordinating Council for higher education at a june 29 meeting in los Angeles. The state Board of education the key Agency to consider the formation plan will pass judg ment on the District during its july 8 to 9 meeting in san Francisco. In the meantime Llie Alameda county committee on to continue discussion of Junior College prospects in the Washington township area at 8 . Meeting on june 2 in Hayward. The county committee is making the study in behalf of new Haven unified school dist., which encompasses Union City and South Hay Ward. New Haven has asked the committee to deter mine whether it would be More advisable for it to Annex to South county Junior College dist. Or to join with Fremont and Newark in a new District. Denial expected Swiss Park Maffey rezone requests on tuesday Agenda Talent trials tuesday applications have been some what sparse thus far for the tuesday auditions for the Newark Community hour at the Alaneda county fair july 7. Those who have submitted applications for the 7 . Tryouts at Silva school tuesday Are the Newark playhouse with a skit vocalist Sally Garcia accordionist Earle Mcewen and a vocal duet application which was signed by Gail Stevens. Applications applications will be accepted by the Newark chamber of com Merce up to 5 . Tuesday. Applicants May submit their entries just prior to the tryouts at the Silva school. The rules governing Community hour entertainment participants Are 1. The participants must be residents of the Community have parents who work in the Community or be students at a Talent school in the Community. Amateurs 2. Only Amateur non payment for performances Talent will be considered. 3. Each act or musical group is limited to eight persons and the awards will be divided among each group. There will be a Junior for those 15 years old and younger and a senior classification for those 16 years and older. Vets plan of William pending Fremont and of a View zoning ordinance pier Swiss Park Are which would nullify both Rezon scheduled for continued Public hearings before the Newark plan Ning commission 8 . Tues i Day at Sycamore Hall. I the planning staff has indicated it will recommend the com mis Sion deny both requests with out the recommendation is being made due to Tion of a shopping Center. Zoning ordinance is Sim. Ing requests. Shopping Center Maffey who is being represented by attorney m. , is requesting 19 acres bounded by Birch Street Mowry Avenue and the freeway be rezoned from residential to commercial retail zoning to allow construe election planned safety Council dinner june 1 a doctor from the California department of Public health nationally known for his work in Accident research will address the annual meeting of the fre Mont area safety Council noon on june 1, at the International Kitchen restaurant 555 Peralta blvd., Fremont. Or. Julian s. Waller will Dis cuss patterns and Pitfalls of Accident he will emphasize the value of controlled scientific research and the Dan Ger of haphazard inquiry in the Field of Accident prevention. Or. Waller s articles dealing with the effect of medical conditions on traffic accidents have been featured in numerous a Fremont unified salary report due wednesday Fremont unified school dist. Trustees Are scheduled to hear a staff recommendation on teacher s salaries for next school year at a Board meeting at . Wednesday. Also scheduled is a report on recommended student teacher ratios at the elementary Junior High and senior High school a preliminary staff recommendation on salaries gave priority to a schedule calling for for a first year teacher and atop scale of for experienced wil1 include lunch and social games on a donation basis. Tonal magazines including those published by the National safety Council. Prior to assuming his present position with the state health department he served with the division of chronic diseases and the division of Accident prevention of the United states pub Lic health service. Or. Waller serves As a consultant to the traffic safety com Mittee of the California medical association and is a member and advisor of the National safely Council s Home conference and child safety committee. In addition to the address by or. Waller lie Fremont area safety Council will elect its new officers and Board members at the june 1 meeting according to president Bain Leask. Cost of the luncheon is reservations May be made in and Vance by writing to the Fremont area safety Council Post of fice Box 397, or by calling 793 7373. Program chairman for the meeting will be de Fabbri. Ilar to Maffey s for its 5-acre site at the Northeast Corner of Birch Street and Mowry Avenue South of the Maffey property. Attorney Charles Snow is rep resenting the group who Are Mak ing the request to allow their present facility to become a con forming use and to expand the facilities. Among the staff reports to be presented to the commission is a review of the site and develop ment plans by the lutheran Church for its property once Dar Boulevard opposite the Mac Gregor intermediate school. Permit condition a use permit was granted to the Church May 28, 1964 with the condition that site and development plans be reviewed by the commission. Rev. Carl Schlag pastor of the holy redeemer Church said if All goes Well with the com Mission groundbreaking and construction for the to Square foot first unit will fake place the first part of septem Ber on labor Day. The first unit which is to be built on a site is to be a 170-seat Chapel and sunday school room. Tract work the other staff reports include recommended approval for an Extension of tract 2634 by Mckay so inns engineers for the Don Ald l. Stone firm. The tract is part of the Mowry West subdivision containing 83 lots located on the North Side of Robertson Avenue Between Birch Street and the proposed Extension of Cedar Boulevard. The proposed general plan for Alameda county also will be submitted to the commission for its consideration. V Benefit to Aid Newark Canter victim a Benefit for a Newark Man suffering from terminal cancer is planned noon to 3 . Wednesday at the Newark Pavilion. The Benefit teachers. The staff also will present a report on school attendance boundaries Westridge subdivision area and for Junior High school student sin the Miles District. Mayor s conference the Alameda county mayors conference wednesday june 2, will be hosted by the City of Union City. The conference will open at . At Holiday House 29827 Mission blvd., Hay Ward. The Benefit is being sponsored by Newar kites Mes. John Aguiar Thomas Abacherli and Manuel Fontes to raise funds to Fly the ill Man his five old Loren and pregnant wife to their relatives Home City of Green . The cancer victim who has been out of work since april due to his affliction estimates he will need to return to his native City. Be has indicated he wishes to do so because his relatives will assist in the future care of his family. Fremont realtor Jim Phipps and the Newark Branch of the Wells Fargo Bank Are already accepting donations for the Man. An open Golf tournament with the proceeds logo to the Newark cancer victim has been scheduled for june 5 at the warm Springs Golf course. Further information about wednesday s Benefit May be obtained by calling mrs. Aguiar 793-0763, Abacherli 797-1292. Rev. Travis Campbell Richard Cincotta Ernest e. Mines Nathaniel lord Gene Page Richard Wright state sen. Holmdahl to address Newark Jaycee gathering tonight memorial Day rites r veterans organisations in the Tri City area will join forces for memorial Day observances monday May 31, it was announced today. Memorial services Are plan Ned in the Irvington District of Fremont at 11 . On May 31. According to Frits a. Udden commander of veterans of world War i Fremont Barrack 814, Gold Star mothers will be Spe Cial guests at the Observance and will he Given due re cognition Dur ing the program. Veterans participating in the Observance will assemble at 10 . In the purity stores Park ing grounds at Irvington. They will Start their March to the cemetery at . Or. Joseph Maciel of 4773 Central Avenue Fremont Island Ling arrangements for the participation of Gold Star mothers. Full Community support is urged by the veterans or. Us Den said. Us directors to study budget the Board of directors of the Union sanitary District will continue its study of the annual Bud get . Monday at the District office Baine ave., Fremont. The proposed budget for us during 1965-g6 is As compared to real year. Mgr. Raymond Boege said he will recommend a 2-cent reduction in this year s Basic 30 cents per assessed valuation operating tax rate. Boege said such a reduction was feasible due to the increased assessed valuation. In addition to the Basic opera Tion tax rate there is 10 cents for Bond redemption plus sep Arate fax rates for the various assessment districts throughout us. Building permit activity Light construction Dur ing the past week was limited to private Home improvements with one exception according to the building permits issued by the Newark building department. Leslie Salt of 7220 Central ave. Was issued a building per Mit to allow construction of a propane tank estimated value at the remaining building per mits include construction of a swimming Pool value Ter mite repair value two. Building permits for Patio covers one valued at the other with a value. State sen. John Holdaw be the guest speaker tonight for the annual installation dinner of the Newark Junior chamber of Commerce at the Kite a fils country club. State Junior chamber vice president Phil Cox of Mountain View will act As installing officer. The 1965-66 slate of Jaycee officers include Frank Silveria president Shelby Garner inter rial president Jim Hawk external vice president Richard Westphal Secretary and Alex Sisneros treasurer. Jack Mintun Dwayne Potts and san Rogers will be installed As directors. The train Stop in new Ark is the title of Silveria s address. He is expected to out line the Jaycee projects for the coming year. Silveria told the Argus the Jaycees main efforts in the com ing year will be financial assistance for the academic Edu cation of the City s youth. The ceremonies which will be Gin with a no Host cocktail hour at . To be followed by dinner at 8 ., will include the presentation of the Distin open House at Cal state an open House program Sun Day at California state College at Hayward will offer the pub Lic a Chance to watch a Lizard broadcast its own body temperatures listen to lectures explaining Johnny s new math take a guided tour through the computer Center see the new Semi circular music building that is nearing completion visit the greenhouse facility. These and numerous other Dis plays lectures and presentations have been scheduled during open House. Hours from 2 to 5 . The College is located at 25800 Hillary St. Senator Holmdahl Frank Silveria gushed service award. De their first Dsa last year to the Newark Jaycees present Newark presbyterian minister John a Wilson who was one of five candidates. In choosing the Man to tie presented. The Dsa judges con Sider the candidates achieve ments leadership and service to the Community. Nominees must be from 21 to 35 years of age and live or work . This year s award candidates Are methodist minister Travis Campbell planning commis Richard Ciji Cotta coun cil sri Park and recreation commission chair Man Kenneth Dawson Argus Edi Tor Ernest Hines outgoing Jay Cee president Nat lord Park and recreation commissioner Gene Page and Newark police sgt. Richard Wright. Tickets for Ner Are per person and will be available at the door to night. Tuesday meeting Newark trustees to receive youth conservation report Newark unified school District trustees will turn away from the weighty problem of the annual budget which has occupied most of their time of late and consider routine items tuesday. The Board of trustees will meet at . At the District of fice 5715 Musick ave. Representatives of the Council of social planning Washington area will appear before the trus tees concerning last year s youth conservation report. Street dedication a Public hearing will be held at 8 . On the dedication to the City of the portion of Cedar Boulevard fronting the Macgregor intermediate school site. The trustees will be asked to approve a Lincoln school sub contractor substitution Swanson Glass in lieu of Hart Glass a recommended by the school architects Falk Booth. A construction report is to be Given on the school which was 4.04 per cent Complete on May 17. Other matters to be considered by the trustees include a Progress report on the construction of the bleachers at Newark High school. Also on the Agenda painting dispute trustee consideration of the District attorney s recommendations of the High school painting dispute concerning the repair of cracks in the Walls and repaint ing. Approval by the trustees for life diplomas for Orville John son in administration and Dolores Lindsay in general secondary and exceptional children education a one year leave of absence for Lucille Johnson for educational Knight of the student body officers for Newark High school next year Chat about plans for 1965-66. New officers elected last week include from left Dave Harrell chief Justice Jan Ahern Secretary Linda Dierks girls vice president Carol Webb treasurer and Chris Carver president. Jan Rappe boys vice president was not present for the picture. Purposes and whatever number of resignations Are submitted by tuesday. Approval by the trustees of a policy requiring medical data on children who suffer convulsive seizures. Art scholarship the permission of the trus tees for the granting of an Art scholarship at a summer Art Camp under the sponsorship of the . Silva Pat and student body. The state testing results will be submitted to the trustees for informational purposes. Consideration of an agree ment by the trustees with the Ala Meda county health dept. For audio testing during the com ing school year. A request by intermediate summer school principal Wil Liam Costa for approval of the intermediate summer session teachers. Newark receives insurance refund the interest and Active participation in Accident prevention displayed by the employees of the City of Newark has resulted in a dividend refund for 521 to the City. The refund was issued by the s t ate compensation insurance fund of san Francisco on the City s workmen s compensation policy. According to a letter received from the company s general manager the refund is 30 per cent of the total compensation premiums paid by the Elty during the year. Livermore Rodeo to open june 12 steer wrestling will be among the Many events planned in the 1965 Livermore Rodeo sunday. June 12 and 13. This year s Rodeo will feature the Stock of Cotton Rosser s flying Uro Deo co. 5

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