You have viewed 1 newspapers today. Please Register in order to view more newspapers.
We are retrieving your image from the archive...
We are converting your image into tiles...
Daily Review (Newspaper) - August 20, 1958, Hayward, California Fair through tomorrow fog near ocean in Hayward Yesterday's 76" Today's low 60. More weather information Page 6. ASK FOR THE SERVING SOUTHERN ALAMEDA COUNTY JEFFERSON 7-5310 Vol. 66 No. 275 AUGUST 20, 1958 4tT Harriman Link To Teamster Told WASHINGTON Another of Barney Baker's women testified today teamster cial was with New York Gov. Averell Mrs. Ruth 44, a blonde serving 15-year. slaughter term in said Baker told her in 1955 he was to on Harriman's Brought from a prison to fy before the Senate Rackets Com- she also said was the from New York and couldn't go back to state after Gov. Harriman was testimony was similar to that of Baker's divorced who 1old the committee Tuesday that the 300-pound roving unionist was a friend of York chief executive and that Ba- ker boasted could Mrs. Brougher said all she knew about Harriman was Baker told her in conversations ters and from She said she understood Baker had out tickets of some in Harriman's 1952 primary campaign the District of Columbia and helped rally labor for The New York governor lias knowledged that Baker worked for him the District of Columbia campaign but that he knew union leader Mrs. testified ed at two complete with and a all rented by the whose wife was in St. Her Harriman when she told of meeting Baker in New York at one their said Baker had told her he once to prison in New York throwing a stink onto a theater stage that Joe. Baker mentioned front she that ed to flee New don't think he could to New York until after riman was Seven Crash I President Eisenhower pointing finger to emphasize his stand school during today's White House news He said 'twere can no as to the Federal to enforce rulings on the school integration Ike Tells U.S. on Two Autos Involved In Wreck N. M persons were killed and four early today when two one apparently homeward bound f r collided head-on about 40 miles east of police one of the was from Las and the from Five persons out- right in the crash on U S 66 about a mile west of the little refining town of 15 miles east of the Continental died in Mary's Hospital them was identified as 6, Las The other was a identified drivers of the two Daniel Perez 47, Las G. no address but the of California Braggs was impaled on the of a 1949 which and landed down in a ditch alongside the road The model left crumpled in a heap in the middle of the dead as two adults one of a and a Tractor Plant To Ease Layoff SAN LEANDRO A note optimism was injected in the local economic scene today by lar Tractor announcement it expects to begin a modest program of recalling About 40 people are expected to be recalled in the next few according to Alan general manager of the San Leandro manufacturers of injection laid off 150 workers in cutbacks last fall and early this January the company went temporarily to a four-day but resumed a five-day schedule six weeks Parry said the brightened local outlook is a. reflection of a general pickup of sales in the East and The rate of he will depend on the rate of business upturn and demand for Caterpillar products .in the months WASHINGTON President Eisenhower said can equivocation to the re- sponsibility of the federal see court rulings on school integration are carried He also said state has responsibility that the court dates are by violence cannot by action or deliberate failure to act permit j violence to frustrate the tion of individual rights as Huge Carrier Enters Bay The the world's largest San Francisco Bay today docked at Alameda Naval Air her new The a super has been two months sailing around the Horn from the East She visited several Latin American ports on ined by a court the dent said in a statement which he read at the opening of a news con- is my hope that each state will fulfill its obligation with a full gravity of any other Defiance by a state of this duty would present serious The flattop was Can no most resting on the bay mud as to responsibility of the Alameda Her keel government in an 35 The dredged depth of he waterway is but 36 Eight tugs turned her massive lull as she could be backed into ner After civic welcoming the men officers Hayward's Pioneer Mover Settle's Over a Quarter Century Moving Storage COMPLETE Moving Packing Crating Storage Local Long Distance Moving LUcerne 1-0935 21564 E. 14th, Hayward began shore Her skipper is Paul D. Buie of Ga. The ship will .be to the Pacific Fleet and train with other of the First USE OF The President said his position was that of -a He then quoted from a statement then in which he very basis ual rights and freedoms upon House OK's Works The House today approved a mise works appropriation designed to help ease By voice the to the Senate a conference agreement reached members of House and Senate in two: weeks of The action moved Congress an- step closer to which is expected the next two The public works ed money ifor the Corps of Bureau of Reclamation and i Tennessee Valley Authority for I current The was below a previously passed by But it than the arid con- about 41 dollars more than President Eisenhower had GIANTS PAKE for a South Bay bridge of- On O. MA to San 200-feetVide, Henry E. carry rail rapid transit Chamber will exhibit the plan in San eo next designed by a INDEX Ann Landers Crossword Dorothy Dix East Bay Editorials Medical 6- Radio-TV 37 Sports 2 Stock 6 Women's the that president and the executive will insure the carrying out of decisions of the federal The President did not ally mention the But his statement appeared .to make it he them as last He said that all Americans must understand if or successfully and to defy the then there is an- He said that all have solemn final orders Eisenhower pressed belief common sense of individual and feeling of responsibility eventually come into are to solve this Gunfire Drives Off Red Planes Formosa Chinese directly Communist over Matsu Island today said firefighters need a and were driven OH by craft the Ministry of PRAYER FOR TODAY Our who hasl given us this day of guide us in Ihe best use May have energy for hard more than right judgment in those things to which we give May we be unafraid to push ourselves hard if goals yet unafraid to slow knowing that rest and friendship a part in human BRIDGE SUICIDE NOTE FRANCISCO Highway Patrol officers found suicide note in an empty car parked in the northbound lane of en Gate Bridge Signed and ad- dressed to the note under- is so I have thought of this for a long Death isn't bad and I'm Dad understands because nobody else It's very easy this Police checks disclosed that the car had belonged to Adeline San who said had sold it io a Officers of circuiting the ignition indicating that the was stolen or that the driver had lost his U. i i- Unveiling Set on New Rangers South Crossing Plan SAN LEANDRO Bay causeway a giant span of concrete from Candlestick Point to the foot of Davis he shown San cisco officialdom for the first time next San Leandro Chamber of Commerce leaders will show for the 16-lane.f Mayor George cabinet special appointment at 11 a.m. Meantime have arranged a Fire Still Raging In Glacier Park GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Mont. primitive area on the northeastern perimeter of Glacier Park's worst forest fire in 22 stilt burned out of con- Chief Ranger Gordon Bender three-way meeting officials of and San acquaint them with new V and The meeting of of- San officials got their first at the plan yesterday when by its Henry E. a mond Tweed estimates the of concrete built as contrasted with the million estimated for the Army proposed crossing would originate at with direct from the posed the World's Fairgrounds proposed by De Gaul le On African Tour PARIS Charles de Gaulle begins of France's colonial possessions in Young Hiker In Yosemite Calif. A young hiker was rescued today on a ledge Yosemite ley near National Park ed the wall scene of 'the at get near 17. It was a daring a quintet ing The rescue party rope mile of line to bring this spot in mates and said it's to take two days yet to do Africa support from feet to 19 it around himself institutional hauled from the tiny De had point off the east coast of a a and ends his tour eight he an ends eight a short cut oli just one to tie in the CV Library Vote Sought to nullify the Castro Valley Library service area visors letter from Mrs. J. M. 8964 Madison Ave. Mrs. Healy served notice she and com- a petition requiring the an tion library matter to the voters of the Supervisors created the special library area effective July 1 this year and plans are under way to purchase a library site 20005 Redwood Rd. at a cost of A committee of which Healy is secretary wants the stood in a district with Pet Too Good As Watchdog 111. Young Richard Gehrke today to his pet understand there are times when it's best not to be too good a watchdog After Richard into a juard so well that lad to fight him off rescue the rectors elected voters than county super- ter in Algiers before all France Sept. 28 in referendum The new constitution will in .as parliamentary After being hauled to the rescue party began the ous ascent back to the Mora was the but increase the were forced rs of and their while owers ing the descent without sufficient The constitution the in Beeghley trapped 500 feet the valley brings the NEWS three times each day thru national and and some Southern County DIAL 1050 on your and 855: a.m. Station POWDERS mm iia 1036 STREET New Phone 8-1849 Many Local Stores Open Thursday And Friday
Once upon a time newspapers were our main source of information. Now those old newspapers are a reliable source for hundreds of years of history and secrets of the past. Now you can search for people, places, and events without the hassle of sorting through mountains of papers!
Newspaper Archive is the world's largest online newspaper database featuring over 130 million newspaper pages. Plus our database expands by one newspaper page per second for a total of around 2.5 million pages per month! The value of your membership grows along with it.
Those looking to find out more about their forefathers can empower their genealogy search with Newspaper Archive. Within our massive database, users can search ancestors' names for news stories and obituaries. We must understand our past to understand our future!
24 hours a day Monday-Saturday
Your full introductory membership payment will be credited toward the cost of full membership any time you choose to upgrade!
"It is amazing how easy and exciting it is to access all of this information! I found hundreds of articles about my relatives from Germany! Well worth the subscription!" - Michael S.
"I love this site. It's interesting to read articles about different family members. I've found articles as well as an obituary about an uncle who passed away before I was born, and another about a great aunt. It's great for helping with genealogy." - Patricia T.
"A great research tool. Allows me to view events and gives me incredible insight into the stories of the past." - Charles S.