Oakland Tribune in Oakland, California
28 May 1965

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28 May 1965

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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - May 28, 1965, Oakland, California 8 e regional Parks budget doubled directors i due Xua Ai of regional Park District will receive a budget next tuesday almost double the highest previous one. The proposed budget will in i elude tax funds received for the i first time from Contra Costa residents who voted last year to become a part of the District. Expenditures in the two coun ties will be in Ala Meda county and in Contra Costa county. Total Revenue is estimated at this includes the difference Between Bud get and revenues set aside for emergencies As an unappropriated balance. Anticipated returns the current 10-cent tax is expected to produce from Alameda county and from Contra Costa county. The balance is expected from Federal Grants of an other 512-Uui irom me District s Revenue producing facilities and from unspent equipment funds last year. The proposed to be spent in Alameda county includes for operation and maintenance of the eight present regional Parks along with administrative expenses. Another is earmarked for land acquisition. A total of is suggested for new equipment and the re placement of obsolete equip ment with for the costs video gone audio want Pardon please London ? blebs Britain s leading television news personality let Loose an and lib thursday night when he thought he was off the air. The British broadcasting corp . Prof May return to Campus of the elections of 1962 and 1964. J apologized. The largest portion of the Jesus said Dimbleby to be spent in Contra i when a program of Queen Eliza Costa county is for land Pur Ibeth s Day in Germany sudden chases and capital improve j by vanished from the screen be ments in the new Parks to be cause of technical difficulties. Acquired. Another is for maintenance and operation of the regional Parks expected to be opened for limited Public use in the coming year. The balance of is of the District s administrative Contra Costa s pro rata share expenses. Tax increase revenues revenues of in Ala Meda county and in Contra Costa county Are estimated from the five cent tax increase in effect through 1969. Iii Junius ii Usu uie Cix in crease will go exclusively for the Purchase of land and Cap ital improvements. The budget recommends the expression is a British one of dismay. Including for the botanic Garden and for the nature area. Expenses for the other regional Parks Are estimated As follows Anthony Chabot Redwood cull Canyon Sunol Lake tem Escal and Roberts administrative expenses Are expected to total and r it. U1c cum i Putti Juv Vij strict s Headquarters including accounting purchasing and the general manager s estimated at office for maintenance salaries for the District s 132 operation of the eight Park and recreation areas existing in the District. A total of is anticipated for Tilden regional Park full time and six part time employees will require of the total budgeted for Park operation and maintenance and administrative costs. Of a faculty member who dropped because of his political background has been recommended by University of Cali fornia president Clark Kerr it i was revealed yesterday. I involved is or. Eli Katz who also has been endorsed for re i hiring As an assistant professor by acting Chancellor Martin Meyerson or. Arthur m. Ross told the academic Senate. Ross is chairman of the sen ate s emergency executive com Mittee. He said the matter is before the regents. He recommended that it be returned to Campus level As is customary for such an Strong s refusal Katz now teaching at a mid Western College took the loyalty oath required for . Employ jes in 1963. But then Chancellor j Edward w. Strong refused to re Vit a fiffer tvs a pm far Tran out last june. The Senate had taken up the matter some time ago and recommended reinstatement. But Kerr s and Meyerson s recommendations were not known until Ross made them Public yesterday. 1 at the Center of the Contro Versy according to a faculty report were allegations he House committee on Una Meri can activities that Katz was engaged in communist activities in 1956 and 1957. German department the . German department wanted to rehire Katz for the current academic year. Usually such department wishes Are automatically honoured. A faculty report said Katz had informed his department chair Man that in 1958 he had re fused to answer House commit tee questions on fifth Amend ment grounds. According to the report Chancellor Strong was concerned with the apparent discrepancy Between Katz sign ing of the oath in the fall of 1961, and his alleged communist activities within five years of his signing it. The faculty report said Strong j wrote Katz that . Did not have a reason for declining to Rorr Tott and if it did Strong added i do not believe that the University j is under any obligation to re veal name applied Melbourne the name Australia was first applied to South sea islands. 3-Day-, holi Day ahead old St. Joseph s Catholic Church to be demolished mass will be celebrated on sunday for last time school Aid from . Merely 6% despite the publicity surround ing Federal Aid. California will receive Only about 6 per cent of the total Revenue used to sup port its elementary and second Ary schools. The remaining 94 per cent will continue to be paid by taxpayers at the local and state level. The figures were reported by the California teachers association after a study of the current and forthcoming Federal Aid programs. Approximately s169 million in Federal funds will be distributed to local districts for the 1965-66 school year double last year s contribution. Another Mil lion is expected to be allocated for education related programs for children and for adult Job training. The biggest single chunk of Federal come from the elementary and secondary education act of 1965, designed primarily to Aid children of Low income families. Expenditures for vocational Edu cation programs will total about million. The economic Opportunity act of 1964 will provide an in fusion of million. These funds Are directed toward reducing dropout through work study programs adult education and literacy training. Brown oks million in Grants Tribune capital Bureau Sacramento gov. Edmund g. Brown today approved million in Federal project head Start Grants including for eight East Bay pro Grams. J the project will provide pre school training for some children this summer As part of the Federal War on poverty. Brown said some of these Chil Dren will work with crayons and books visit a zoo see a farm and have other experiences for the first time As a result of head Here Are the East Bay fed eral Grants Alameda county schools Livermore Pleasanton Nursery school scholarship foundation. Oakland schools Pleasanton school District new Kavc school District Contra Costa county Community action steering commit tee. It. Diablo school District s6.000. And county school department. Bus Driver robbed Michael Mcmillan 25, of 5675 Gaskil St., Driver of an a j transit bus. Was robbed of j yesterday by a passenger who also took his watch. Old Church victim of i i a West Oakland Catholic Church that has ministered to portuguese italian and Spanish j i speaking Peoples for 73 years us one of the latest victims of i Progress and redevelopment. J masses will be celebrated Ini St. Joseph s Church seventh j j and Chestnut streets for the last i time this sunday. I the Wood Frame gothic True Ture is to be taken Over by the i Acorn redevelopment project. It would have required to bring the building up to code according to the Rev. Edgar Rocha pastor and that was considered too much for the restoration of such an old build _ prices Good . May 28-30 Stock up on Outing needs and save at Oakland pleasant Hill and Hayward pay less stores Holiday Stoke hours Oakland store it open sunday closed monday 10 in. Bag pay less l soda. Zola1 ing. St. Joseph s Parish will now j be combined with St. Andrew s Parish. The merged Parish will be assigned to the Salesman fathers of St. John Bosco with j the Rev. Father Rocha As Pas Tor. St. Andrew s Church is at san Pablo Avenue and Brock j Hurst Street. I effective Date of the change is june 5, according to Bishop Floyd begin. The Rev. John Garcia present administrator at St. Andrews will be trans i feared to St. Cyril s Parish in i East Oakland. I St. Joseph s Parish was found Jed in 1891. 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