Oakland Tribune in Oakland, California
16 Apr 1965

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16 Apr 1965

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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 16, 1965, Oakland, California A matter of psychic wealth at tiie door rite hostess met me and Ner eyes with excitement. He s she whispered to me As i walked in and he s As wild and wonderful As i promised. Everyone s absolutely i it s always interesting to meet someone supposed to be a character. The Orinda Matron had met the Man in Mexico. Now he was Here and she was giving a cock-1 Tail party so her friends could meet him. A lot of people i Bernard of Oakland halt ordered in pollution of Bay Muslim says he s armless 6 agencies warned by District Are described As you could write a a Hole column about him usually they Arent today that stale atty. Gen. This Man seemed to be. Him. You could write a Book about a Black Muslim Leader charged we Are not a violent group the Bay area r w in Thorn in in finn in cite con j tid and there is nothing to substantiate this thing about being Ter pollution control District has Thomas Lynch has no evidence i noted. I if he does t smack of being an oddball. B the neck. Be party wore a suit. The hostess j whispered to me in the he explained when he got Here he does t own a i guests were clustered around him and obviously he d been i holding court. We introduced and the cocktail party conversation continued where the in reduction had interrupted it. He smiled showing drama 1 tidally White Teeth and said forgive me Bill but some one Here had just asked when you came in what my of the Oaklander ordered five Southern Alameda noted. Sewer agencies and the Rich to support his claim that the Cushmeer who lives at 1448 mond sanitary service dump to to i. 1.1 on i r i i 1. J Black Supre Mist group is Para 78th ave. And directs the Active and t m he was probably 30, lean Graceful athletic hand ties of the Muslim mosque in and desist from prac some Way with a Beard can be handsome the attorney general Francisco also said that it s which Are san this Man wore be pers certainly could i would be suicide for us to try Francisco Bay. Have done a far better and a to fight the White race with the District also announced a trimmed Beard and a deep Tan curate Job on Cushmeer physical standards for the City of that suggested he d been in the said. I Cushmeer s remarks came in Livermore which were described f t to in corp well1 we re not trying to Over j response to the Lynch report that Livermore officials As tropics turn Knaw trousers throw government we re not named the muslims minutemen among the most stringent a pressed a Pale Blue summer sport fanatics and there is absolutely american nazi party califor Ter pollution rules in the a White shirt open at no evidence that we have an j Nia rangers and National states the District s Board of direct v army or an elite guard As rights party As hate Breeding. Tors yesterday also received a such. Report Savin that 34 of Alamo a major sewage Dis chargers now have adequate treatment operations. It said All Alameda county agencies Dis charge 115 million Gallons of sewage a Day during dry weather. Tax rate cease and desist order which usually have the effect of raising tax rates were is sued against sewer agencies serving most of Southern Ala Meda county. Cited were Oro Loma Sani charred ruins of Poesville hotel and Market in Livermore no blood drop saves life in rebuke by judge of priest slaying in bar Laid to grudge fire razes Livermore fri., april 16, 1965 19 Richmond the Richmond bar Assn. Investigation of a Sharp jury rebuke by municipal Alameda How wonder j i 4 t a t live a j a curation was and i d answered that 1 have none. Uvea judge John Pierce today on a Beach. Everyone seemed to gasp in astonishment but really it s quite a simple on a note of neutrality. Both judges and juries silently i thought to myself that Here was a fraud ing human May conclude that the hostess and guests were being duped that this de Man was too self assured too casual too polished to be a genuine beachcomber. He d probably reveal him self As a Salesman before the evening ended. Actually. Of. Revealed himself As a Pmlos-1 the committee noted however Nan one incidentally who that could consume vast numbers of cocktails and remain in the absence of Caprice or Stone sober and highly logical. An old Man with a grudge shot and killed a merchant Seaman tary District san Lorenzo and celebrating his 36th birthday in the cities of a san Francisco bar last night. San Leandro then Thomas c. Lament 85. Sanitary Dis stood Over his dying victim and and Irvington said that la teach you to push sewer plants serving the fre an old Man Down the Montarea. Police said the dead Man. The priest. Father John new standards for Livermore. Frederick Beyer was arrested executive committee following Healy 47, is in a Yokohama waste water discharge last month on assault charges a special meeting yesterday Japan Hospital. He will be hos flows into the drinking water brought against him by Lamont. In Cha Tompt i klined for about three weeks supplies of the Pleasanton and in d Siai Etueni Teutli Inife Uil Fri mint Arpa will he in nah. Father heal. A missionary this was the response by an Castro 80-year-old Alameda Mother to-1 Pleasanton and Day when she Learned the life and the Union strict s Newark by a dramatic mid Pacific air Junior show Angus steer brings top Price Sale Livermore fire last night destroyed the Poesville Market and hotel an area landmark for nearly 40 years. Hotel guests and bar patrons were routed from the aging two Story Frame building which burned to the ground despite efforts of 50 firemen who battled the for almost three the two men lived in the same a prize winning steer hours be consid apartment building at 32 Willair wound up the 1965 Junior grand City and county fire fighting _ any comments judgment or findings never deter others who May serve As jurors from exercising the first example came with the next question by a woman guest. She asked if he were Only temporarily without an occupation and would t he go Back to something after he d combed All the beaches in Mexico no he said i make no pretence to be escaping from a rut and i Don t intend to return to one escape is a permanent thing. It Means to leave a bad not names of who judge to strike from the order it for Man pushed him Down a flight american president James p. Mccormick of of stairs during an argument. Wilson after a j Berkeley the District s acting Bever was released on bail mrs. . I Board president said the Multi. Pending his trial on a charge Healy. Of 1407 St. Charles St. Image growth and development j of aggravated assault. He sailed april 1. Of Southern Alameda county de after the shooting last Ion High schoo Fresno county i much of a . Air Force air sea res i pends on solving the pollution Lamont turned and walked out was purchased by the Sheraton Cue plane flew an emergency of the bar. But patrons followed Palace hotel for Over the liner and Para John Harrison District exec Nim held him until police a package of blood to Tive director said the Richmond arrived. P temporarily but for Good. J recently found a defendant Mno of i hew a when Luuru a uric Mem Imar Jne the priest s life younger and lived normally and saved my Money Ana cent of displaying a gun in a be then i decided life was too Short for that sort of thing., threatening manner. 1 could never possibly save enough Money to buy the the verdict prompted a so r j t i Iho frer and in Rome and acre Tongue lashing by judge Evno of Frap find i have now like ire com in Cuine aim t Type or True am i Nave Pierce who said he was a go As i wish when i wish. A Man asked if he objected to being questioned and the guest of Honor said he certainly did not. Said the Man will you answer if you have a wife or no the guest grinned but Many Loving relationships with women and when they fade we go our separate ways. No family except a brother. We Don t probation for hit run death called at the jurors and dismissed them thanks of the judge Pierce shortly after re versed jurors mond jury list. The incident stirred up a findings. One year s probation and a i Fine was the sentence for Janet Ann Maisels 31, in eroded and waterlogged dikes. Carefully pack waste acids poisons and dangerous chemicals into tightly sealed Drums. However the Richmond dump crushes the containers under a heavy Bulldozer breaking the containers and causing Poison to leak into the Bay through the old Man partially deaf told the witnesses you Don t tried to kill later Lamont told police he had been in a state of Shock Ever since he Beyer tried to kill me. I Don t know Why i did brought in from Pleasanton and bringing in top Winner s the nearby Lawrence radiation of a Pound. Laboratory. The steer owned by future reported at ., the Farmer of America Ronnie Rose fire was not put out until after of Tollhouse s Sierra joint in Midnight. It already had too a Start when we county fire James Mcglinchey explained. More than a dozen men and several pieces of equipment re got the hotel did not disclose its exact plans for the steer but. Judging on past purchasers a Maine at the scene throughout tons. The grand Champion pm he night to make certain car his order striking the names from the Rich the hit run death of a san fran i this pollutes Public beaches and Cisco Man on dec. 30. Fishing areas Harrison said. J san Francisco Superior court i William Mccall former Ala i judge Harry Neubarth yester Meda mayor and new member j Day ruled there were extent iof the District s Board of direct i and in few hours later. Lution problems. Storm of controversy. William rating police tors said the pollution problem Hernen Hoffman bar association mrs. Maisels hit Arthur is becoming too Complex for to j Ift t said the association de Sweet also 31, As he stepped off Cal agencies and said the Feder lion cd an insurance policy our parents Naa leu. P -j0ftk Antn the matter a traffic continued Al and state governments should him my half. He travels on the freeways and works m after getting numerous Calls driving but turned herself in a take Over responsibility for Poi an office building. He needs insurance far More than i. From attorneys jurors n Inion no Hirm he went on to explain that he d told his brother he Terestea citizens would t write. I told him i might look him up some Day but that meanwhile i would t write him because i wanted no strings. Besides i Don t own a Fountain pen and writing is difficult. I rarely get to a Post office. My brother you see is concerned with Security. I am concerned with Freedom. His destiny is an office desk. I like to think mine is an Ocean Beach and perhaps j the sound of the surf and the Sun in the daytime and when Vou have that the sense of 2 men die when cars hit trucks ably will end up in a 7.00. A zoo life was. However the Fate of the grand Champion crossbred Lamb raised by san Maico county 4-h Clubber mar Sha Cummngs. Lucky lager brewing co. Purchased Marsha s Lamb for a Pound and promptly do Park by buildings were not endangered by flying Sparks. The a adjacent Home of Poesville owner a. P. Caratti was watered Down repeatedly and escaped damage. Mag Hinchey w h o indicated the Blaze night have been caused by faulty wiring said an investigation would continue today. He was unable to give rated it to the Griffith 1 children s zoo in los Angeles. An immediate damage estimate. Other top prizes Money m the building was located at 1019 eluded 55 cents per Pound for the prize winning hog. Raised by Tim Harrington of the Sonoma of the stars at night. Apology to incumbents Edward Knowles president vastness you feel insignificant yourself and this helps of the american taxpayers thwart a pm worry Vou May have that you live the wrong Union of California today issued was everyone has restraints on him or Bonds and statement which he said is Way. Rae Yunt lao Ico and 3 Public apology to Oak and s everyone must decide the importance of the Bonds and City Cound whether he could or should Bra them. Of pay a Price said tha Harry bar for Freedom just As you pay a Price for Security. Gondy Moderator for a Candi someone asked if he would advocate the life of a dates program sponsored by the someone Ashur 11 be taxpayers group ast night made beachcomber for others. He shrugged and swizzle tas g critic. Ice cubes in the Bottom of his Glass As he meditated. Finally i Only know it s for me. I did t a time clock or being someone else s Man. I decided that sort of life was a Petty life and As i said even if i could have saved enough to buy my Way out it probably would have been too late. I would have Long been corrupted by the enforced conformity. Any imagination would have been sedated by a woman who obviously had lost All of this asked Why he wore a Beard. I have no he said simply. Would he like a razor no thank you. 1 prefer having As few possessions As possible Here i m afraid i inadvertently added spice to the cocktail party. I asked How he happened to own a crisply pressed sport Coet. He answered this As simply As his other questions. It belongs to s he said naming the hostess. I Don t own a jacket. She wanted me to come up from Mexico to visit so gave me the plane fare and Here i am. I la be going Back m a few Days Back from All this wonderful food and Kerful Bourbon to my Beach and to lobster and statements indicating it Cal of the incumbents. Our Only interest is in Good government and tax Knowles said. The Union does not endorse any candidates and any impression that we do is pm Market clerk gummed up san Leandro it All started out As a routine Sale of a pack of chewing gum for Ted l. Young a clerk at the pm Market. 1156 Davis St. The medium sized Man with the Odd nose and pock marked complexion seemed Normal enough to Young when he dropped the gum on the Check stand at Yesterday. But Young changed his opinion looking at the guests Vou could virtually see their rapidly when the Man pulled out Putin two and two together. The Hus of band of the hostess Nad been Aoloau Lor Momm. Had been in Mexico. It suddenly occurred to an Undis Cloaca amount o that she was the current Loving relationship the guest Cash a bag and then fled. Of Honor had mentioned when he said he had no wife or i it was the Forth time in the the hostess was blushing deeply holding a tray last six months the Market has Ite to Fattor to tap. He fast wis Tel a character Aii to Tolj Lal a it boor wis Only a it of i Watt a with the Odd now marked face committed Al Tor robberies Well it beats skateboards Green 6. A Ronreo War sergeant celebrates his 85th birthday at Tampa fia., by water skiing. Actually if was t much of a feat. He Learned How to water ski a Long time ago whe.1 he was 78. Map Junction ave. The site of stage coach terminal. The building housing a Gen county 4-h club is per Pound Cral store operation on the main for the Hereford Champion floor and a dozen hotel rooms a ppr. Rand by Flandy hard. On the Sprind was built by Ca of Kern county 60 cents per Ratti 73. In 1926. Pound for the prize shorthorn. The owner estimated damages raised b Gene Dav of Sierra As s15.000 to the Stock and about joint Union High school and for replacement of the two men were killed when heir cars crashed info trucks in separate accidents late yesterday. Harry Lee Kellam. 36. Of 725 50 cents per Pound for the an building. South 16th St. Richmond died Gus Champion raised by Gail eight residents of the hotel when his car hit a truck at Hoff Maddux of the Fresno county escaped some in their night Man Boulevard and Centra ave 4-h club. I clothes without injury nue the truck Driver Oscar Fernandez 39, of san Jose is in serious condition at Brookside Hospital. Fireman had to re move Kellam s body from the w Reckage. Fernandez told police h i s northbound truck swerved into the path of Kellam s Auto after the truck s brakes locked. Hayward police said that Lawrence d. Heller 42. Of 3593 Ronald court Fremont died when his car went out of control and hit a pickup truck on Jack son Street near Tarman Avenue. Police said they believed that Heller sustained some kind of million asked for . Budget Board s finance committee will report its budget recommendations May 10. Cable cars Back to old machinery. _ san Francisco s Cable car de seizure. He was dead on arrival by at least s7 million More be apartment is temporarily getting at Levine Hospital. Mrs. Charles cause of salary increases for old o ils Brand new machinery Hall of 4582 second St. Pleas City employees Utility relocation and re installing the dependable Anton. Was seated in the truck for the Market Street subway machinery. And several supplementary bldg with the Aid of the it requests. Machines it will Cable sheily proposed budget. Cars running in time or easter submitted to the Board Ester Church services sunday. Mavor John f. Shall cd has submitted a million budget to the san Francisco Board of supervisors for the fiscal year beginning july 1. The amount nearly s20 Mil lion More than the current budget is expected to grow but was uninjured. Rites for employee who died at Post Day. Would add Abou a cent Mun Ideal offi dals to san Francisco s present sfl.23 new Bronze services will be held Tomor per assessed valuation tax which burned have been Row for George i 56. Rate sent away for re machining who collapsed and died yester the additions if approved bearing blocks Are being re Day at his Post in the Wells far would take the City s tax rate at the Washington and go banking facility of Oakland past the Mark. Mason streets powerhouse naval Supply Center. He had the proposal has already been the cars shut been under a doctor s care for pared Down from the Down March 2l or installation a heart condition for 19 years 1769 requested by City govern of new equipment first a. Or. Latimer had been with ment department Heads Shel shutdown in almost a Cen the banking firm for 38 years Ley said. Urn starting with the old american he pointed out that 55 per Trust co. In its West Oakland cent of the increase in the pro t Branch then going to the pied posed budget was caused by Vir 70-y63t Tarih in Mont Branch and remaining tally mandatory increases in with the firm when it merged welfare and school costs Over Coco do Tinq or. Latimer is survived by the mayor s budget would to a. His widow. Susan of the family add 134 new employees to the w san Francisco Superior court Home at 1 Duncan Way two City payroll instead of the 674 top to 0 years in prison for sons George or. And additional workers requested by his part in the kid Napina. Rape daughter mrs. Car-1 department Heads. And beating of a 22-year-om urn Ter and a brother the we visors will been of California coed who i serve a will be Bem at 11 viewing the budget next thurs was working her the nigh a Public by trial win be College As a Pir Tow North april 9, and the Beach cocktail write

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