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Oakland Tribune Newspaper Archives Jan 11 1967, Page 15

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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - January 11, 1967, Oakland, California 14 d wed., Jin. Mother of Oakland s mayor i the Mother of mayor John h. Reading mrs. Lillian Mae Reading died yesterday in East Oakland Hospital at the age of 74 after a Long illness. For Many years she was Active in Volunteer work for Mills Terrance Christian Church and the parents teachers association. Born in Illinois she grew up in Texas and Kansas and was living in Arizona when she was married to Cecil v. Reading in 1917. They moved to Oakland in 1924, setting up the family Home at 2742 Monticello ave. Besides her husband and son mrs Reading is survived by a daughter mrs. Mary Jackson of Castro Valley head of Castro Valley school District s cafeteria system and a sister mrs. Irene Willan of Oakland. Services will be held at 11 . Saturday in. The Alberten gel mortuary 3300 High St. Joseph f. Rivers or. Services were held Here today for Joseph Frank Rivers sr., 69, retired supervising Engineer for 11 Western states for the Royal insurance group who had gained recognition for his work in the revision of the safety codes of the state of California. Or. Rivers died of a heart at tack sunday in an Oakland hos Pital. He had been ill for six months. He was also known for his Worfe on the committee of the National Bureau of casualty underwriters which revised Lia Bilitz and compensation Man Ual Sias Well As engineering and inspection procedures. A Tyler native and Bay Aret resident for 50 years or. Rivets attended the polytechnic Institute in los Angeles. He was a member and past general chairman of the boiler and ele v a to i inspectors association and a member of the american society of mechanical Engi neers. He held the coveted National Board certificate for boiler inspection. Or. Rivers re in 1963 from Royal insurance group. Hirwas a member of the Oak jail Acorn Lodge no. 494 of the and accepted masons. Rivers is survived by his i div Melva at their Home at blvd., a Daugh Beverlee j. Andersen of Danville a son Joseph f. Rivers jr., of Walnut Creek a mechanical Engineer with Pacific Gas and electric co., and six to delay s services were held in the Chapel of the Albert Brown mortuary at 3476 Piedmont ave nue Jolin e. Slayton funeral services were held at Ellicott City md., yesterday for John e. Slayton former san Leandro administrative intern in 1958-59, who died sunday. He was 37. At the time of his death he was the administrator of the planned City of Columbia about 20 Miles Southeast of Baltimore. This is a multimillion Dollar City thatus being planned from the ground up in accordance with a master plan. Or. Slayton died in a Balti More Hospital which declined to Marie Public the cause of death. Before moving to Maryland last february or. Slayton was the City manager at Vancouver Wash. Prior to that he had been assistant to the mayor of port land ore., and an executive National league of Cit ies headquartered in washing he also was a former member of tie City manager s Assoc a Tion Rof Washington and the gov error s committee for Urban problems in Washington. He is survived by his widow Bartera a daughter and a stepdaughter mrs. John w. Seeds of Seattle Wash. He was a native of new Haven conn., and was graduated from the University of California at Betteley. Reagan names water plan task Force Sacramento Reagan yesterday named a in Man task Force to review the plans and Progress of the state Vater project which he said is nearly half completed. Reagan said there is no question in my mind As to the Basic integrity and soundness of the project and its William Gianelli director of the state s department of water resources directed the six to look for possible modifications in the 444-m i 1 e North South project. Gianelli who will work along with the task Force said it is not certain whether Revenue Bonds used to finance the project starting in 1960 will be adequate to meet present and future construction costs. The original program was based on the Economy of the late 1950s, he said. Appointed were Clair a. Hill of Redding chairman Harvey 0. Banks and Don m. Davis san. Francisco . Shelton la Mesa Samuel Nelson los an Geles and Gerald Jones Sac Ramento. Fat forty rules on textbooks Pasadena apr. Max Rafferty state superintendent of Public instruction says All California school districts must order and adopt state approved textbooks including the controversial text land of the the penalty for failure to adopt state approved texts he told the Pasadena Board of education yesterday is prosecution for a Misdemeanour. The Pasadena Board had asked Rafferty s opinion on whether the text must be used. Arm Ortof truck Holdup Miami masked gunmen dressed in Black jumped two guards on a Wells Fargo armoured truck today escaped with an estimated in Cash. Police reported one of the. Guards apparently suffered mild heart attack. Protection urged v for insured Sacramento if their insurance companies go broke Drivers Anh workers realize 100 per cent of their claims an Assembly Tufi Finitte declared today. Interim committee on finance and insurance proposed All workmen s or car fam Fety tampers should be As to met the claims in duct one of their members becomes insolvent Mac tit we Ilot Calico Means Fott Loet he million since 1945 13 tote carriers went sf6 we can and do save you Money knit Jersey yardage Pon 60" wide tubed if perfect 99c cd. 100% acrylic orlon solid colors yardage Street floor All i swans meats Choice and Good grades rices m 1 store hours Friday monday 9 . To 9 . Tues., wed., thurs., saturday 9 . To 6 . 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