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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - April 16, 1965, Oakland, California 20 i fri., april 16, 1965 or. Julian Towster soviet expert Dies Berkeley Julian Towster easter eater easter egg Hunt in Hayward Hospital revealed Sev eral eating techniques including left handed Finger Licker Debbie Whitney pensive marshmallow Masticatory Peter Axelson and serious minded ice Cream chopper Jody soviet government and politics at the University of California died last night in an Oakland Hospital after a major operation. Or. Towster 60, was the author of a major work on the soviet Union which was a stand Ard text in the political science departments of Over 100 universities. He was a Pioneer in the Field of soviet political theory and politics in United states academic circles and a member of the Berkeley faculty since 1950. Var. Towster was born in Poland and received his . In 1932 from the University of Chi Cago. He was on the Chicago faculty from 1947 until Transfer ring to Berkeley where he be rame a full professor four years later. During world War ii he worked with the department of Justice and the office of strategic services As. A communist know your candidates 5 seeking mayor s office mayor John c. Houlihan seeking reelection has four n. Mac Farlane Paul Montauk Fred e. Reed and Hector Reyna. Following is information and statements furnished by the candidates should utilities pay underground costs the associated Home builders of the greater East Bay would like Utility companies in Cali fornia to pay for putting electrical facilities underground and the Cost reflected in serv ice rates. At present developers pay the Cost which ranges from to More than and includes it in the Selling Price of Homes. William Leonard executive vice president of the Home build ers made the request in a letter to William m Bennett a Mem Ber of the state Public utilities commission Leonard asked the commis Sion to reevaluate its present policy that overhead distribution is Standard for a new sub division. The builder s representative said the philosophy is completely out of Date in the Light of changing technology7 and grow ing Community concern Over aesthetics. Leonard said the commission has already approved separate underground rates for the South Ern California Edison co. And that the Sacramento municipal utilities District provides under ground service in new sub Divi. Sions without any extra Cost to i the consumer. Julian Towster propaganda analyst and later served As chief of the state department s soviet research Branch i he was a political affairs con j sultans for radio free Europe and a member of the Board o i editors for the . Slavic Stu Dies publications. For Many years. Or. Towster was the Only political science professor specializing in Sovie politics at . And his class rooms were packed. Or Robert a. Scalapino chair Man of the political science department said or. Towster Hac the ability to Combine know ledge with objectivity in Rar degree. Hundreds of profited greatly by his meticulously prepared carefully documented lectures or. Towster is survived by by widow Lillian a son. Edwin and two daughters Sharon Anc Rena the family Home is a 541 Chetwood St., Oakland services will be held at . At Una a Cha Pel. 3030 Telegraph Are John c. Houlihan John c. Houlihan 54, actor a Ney native of san lived Here since 1944 bachelors i degree and Law degree from University of san Francsco. Post graduate studies at univer-1 sity of Santa Clara Law prac. Tice in san Francisco and Oak land since 1938. Formerly with Law firm of Hardin. Rank. Meltzer and Fletcher now associated with hard Fletcher Cook and Hayes planning com Mission member. 1950-57, City councilman 1959-61. Mayor of Oakland since 1961 married. Four children Home at 4994 Stacy St. Since my election less than four years ago this administration has spearheaded a drama tic revitalization of Oakland Businesslike direction from the mayor s office has evoked enthusiastic City wide support of major programs. This Forward momentum re quires the continued dedicated leadership which is now being provided. A. N. Macfarlane Andrew n. Macfarlane 52, building contractor native of Kansas lived in Bay area since 1935 16 years As building con tractor and related 12 years As apartment House owner. 15 years of real estate dealings Northern California chairman for yes on proposition 14, 1964 married one daughter Home at 5806 Walnut St. Tax dollars for Public works must be spent As wisely As Pri vate Money in private enter prise. We should Benefit All Citi Zens and the whole Community not a chosen few. Oakland has not progressed California grows. It Speaks for itself that something is wrong. Industrial ize Oakland or else Paul Montauk Paul Montauk 42. Cook native of new York lived Here Fred e. Reed Hector Reyna Fred e. Reed 85, retired real j Hector Reyna 30, teamster estate Developer native of Fres land warehouseman machinist since 1959 High school Gra i lived Here since youth Grad i democratic political uate of Alameda grammar native of Texas lived Here i Uati organizer for socialist workers party charter Mem Ber of Eugene Debs club mar school Berkeley High school eight years studied business University of California orig i administration and political Sci Ina Tor of tired taxpayers ence in local schools supple ried five children Home at 1321 j league candidate for mayor rented by constant attendance 99th ave. J of Oakland 1961 Home at 493 at Council sessions during past i i am running on the socialist Merritt ave. Five years married three Chil Active experienced tired tax Dren Home at 9923 Bancroft ave. Oakland faces a number of sewer service workers party platform. Despite its advanced Technol-1 i opposes orgy american capitalism inventory taxes j serious problems. A employ wastes its billions on production Barti Grove Shafter location j ment educational for War and profit. Instead of favors immediate completion and second rate housing for slaughtering the people of Viet of shepherds Canyon and Mac Many poor people plague Oak Nam we should embark on a Arthur freeway s. Land. The answer is not a pay r will reduce present Sunbear raise for the Man who has failed massive Public works project to a l1 Able taxes on Homes and Busi to solve these problems. What one employment and eliminate Ness positive ways Oakland needs be a Man who poverty schools. Build housing and there s no substitute for sex will serve All the people Prience people Are supporting me. Liquor Sale curb to minors studied population explosion lecture Berkeley or. Donald h Minkler deals with the Popula Tion explosion the biological Avalanche at 8 . Monday in the peace race forum series of Berkeley eve Ning school. Or. Minkler. Obstetrician gynaecologist and clinical medi Cal director for the planned parenthood league of Alameda county will speak in the Gar Fiew Junior High school auditorium. His is the second of four free lectures on foreign policy. Population disarmament and Conquest of poverty relating to Hopes for world peace. Or. Minkler is past president of the Alameda county Gneco logical society. He is in private Pope exchanges gifts with atheist Rome Rupi the socialist newspaper Avanti reported today that Pope Paul i and Pietro Nenni Italy s socialist vice Premier have exchanged gifts. Nenni is a professed atheist Oakland May seek to use its business License regulations to crack Down on alleged Sale of alcoholic drinks and cigarettes to minors the City Council yesterday ordered the City attorney to study the possibilities of using the business License rules As a lever for stricter enforcement of sales Laws. I councilman Robert Osborne has contended teen agers have Little trouble buying Beer Here. State Law makes it a Mise Meanor to sell liquor to a minor or for a minor to buy it. There have been 55 such liquor control hearings on alleged Oakland violations in the first three months of the s year. The hearings resulted in 18 License suspensions 26 fines paid and eight cases Are yet in i decided. The 55 hearings represents Only about one sixth of the 1 total complaints received. The evidence was Felt to be too Flimsy in the other cases. I also yesterday the Council granted a permit for a six unit 4620 and 4640 Park blvd., Over turning a 5-1 decision of the planning commission. In other business the j. H. Fitz Naurice. Inc. Construction firm submitted the Low bid of. For construction of a 121-car merchants parking lot in the Montclair District near Medau place and la Salle ave nue. Highest of the six bids received was consumer affairs Parley set Berkeley the Council on consumer information will hold a three Day conference Here beginning wednesday. Featured speaker at the opening luncheon session will be mrs. Esther Peterson presiden tial assistant for consumer affairs. Mrs. Helen Nelson califor Nia consumer counsel will pre Side at the luncheon at the Durant hotel. A discussion of the cooperative movement and the c o n Sumer movement will be held Church x events the choir of the chinese in dependent Baptist Church of Oakland will present the can tata no greater love at 8 . Tomorrow at the chinese presbyterian Church 265 eighth St. The feature length film face the music will be shown at the greater East Bay youth for Christ rally tomorrow at the first covenant Church 2100 fifth ave. At . A special . Service Berkeley schedules egg Hunts Berkeley easter egg Hunts relay races and games Are slated for six Berkeley Parks tomorrow under auspices i of the recreation and Parks department and Junior chamber of Commerce. Activities for children 12 younger Start at 10 . At live Oak Park 1301 Shattuck ave nue and Grove Park 1730 Ore gon Street. Special programs Start at the egg and was a raw Day grand prize from fairyland que. But the eggs were hard boiled for the Lisa Lufkin. In lower photo annei1 eighth annual easter egg Roll in the Sorensen 5 Stan Sorensen 9, a City Hall Plaza yesterday. In upper Manlee Patterson 4 from she photo Sharon Stewart 8, receives some of the action. U i. U t c j ii . At James Kenney will be held easter sunday at1 Parli. F5_wh Anri j p t the Trinity evangelical Luth Ark eighth and at 2-30 pm at the Regen s i eran Church alma6 and Mckin. Room of the University of Cah Ley avenues for East Bay rest. -11 dents who speak German a speaker at this session will Cor dog to Rev Hanson pastor. Be Jerry Voorhis executive director of the cooperative league of the . 1 wednesday evening attorney . Diplomats Nathan Paven will discuss the consumer stake in Public util Ity rate regulation in room 11 at Wheeler Hall on the University Campus. The Durant hotel is head Cru arters for the conference. The Trinity evangelical Luth Stree and san Pablo Park Oran Alma afire in k in i Mabel and Oregon streets. Easter egg Hunts for children six and under Start at . At Codor Nices playground 1201 Euclid Avenue and Ter race View playground fair Lawn Avenue and Queens Road. Senate Resolution on Russ unopposed reception Algiers to american Diplo Mats boycotted a reception for president Tito of Yugoslavia last Washington up the night As a protest against re-1 state department has decided i Marks he made about u. S. A not to oppose a proposed sen i Lions in Viet ale liar Tito in a speech on his arrival assent of jews and other re yesterday for a state visit religious groups in the soviet inferred to acts of aggression by Ion. New York my the 40.000- the United states in Viet Nam. A spokesman announced yes ton aircraft Carrier intrepid i we Are witnesses to attempts Ter Day that the department had j which picked up the United to legalize a policy of Force in reversed its position of and j International he 1964, when it objected to the added. Same Resolution on grounds it u. S. Ambassador William could be construed As interfere Carrier intrepid goes into dry Dock states first two Man spacecraft from the sea goes into dry Tock today at the Brooklyn Navy Yard for six month 17 Mil lion overhaul Porter left the arrival ceremony ence in the internal affair of after Tito s remarks another county

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