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Alameda Southern County News, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1938, Hayward, California of Every doctor who administers drugs to help a ilent a period of that he must Prudence aud discretion to avert t disastrous consequences Aud public relief officials are ning to learn by tragic experience economic opiates me equally Serious as the narcotic problem may be is fur more dangerous to lie welfare of fornia and I lie nation today at IU worst Thoughtful to avert a complete down of fundamental standards have to ponder for are danger signals on every Twice within recent who quit their jobs whose Jobs weie open II they desired sulked in of Stale Relief administration in an effort to force their for relief No Hole For Idlers In both instances Relief Ad- ministrator Harold L lias stood firm serving notice on the strikers that no state dole cnn he paid to those who refuse to lake available employment Tint the fact remains thai in scores of other cases men who refilled to have been supported on IP lief rolls at the expense of jmyers already with caring for the needy and employed Federal relief cies in instances have financed strikes and encouraged THE ALAMEDA NEWS THIRD YEAK Number 50 HAYWARD CALIFORNIA THURSDAY 28 193S SUBSCRIPTION POt YEAR New York Tease Jumper Leaps to Death After 10 Hours Above Crowd SHE GOES SWIMMING IN STYLE 10 hours on a precarious hotel ledge John Ward 26 and i leaped to death Tuesday hi The drop was a sheer feel Morbid had matched for hours screamed Into the away many women fainted leaped just as a police net crept silently upward from the floor Another net was on the ISth floor plan was to Ward at a who netted workers to quit their jobs by ing strikers fiom the public AH a the ber of strikes has doubled mid and bills have catapulted to highs And ns a further consequence workers have organized their own Workers of America with locals in laid to the government demanding wage increases The of wage increases Jor David Lasser Socialist of the Alliance is a major Issue in the primary campaigns and the November elections Our is in the political cam with both feel Members Pay Dues And to give force to his de mauds Air Lasser warns that his union has 400.000 members and more who don't pay dues now but who doubtless will if some government agency can be induced to part Iho money Already successful in gelling for WPA workers in 13 Southern stales union now wants n per month wage increase in 11 com- prising Kansas Missouri West Virginia Delaware Maryland the District Columbia and part of Texas TI Is nn mazing commentary on how far the United States has drifted from With every added to the relief every grained relief union gains in Miner and in capacity lo ndd more men lo V relief rolls Meanwhile new refugees con- to pour inlo California at a rate ot more than per per the pressure for bigger relief ments and bigger pensions in- creases In direct ratio California taxpayers may give heed to the recent warning sounded by the Kern county board of supervisors Said the board in a formal protest to the eral Threaten State leloa bizarre tragedy was trans- milled to thousands by television set in building across the street Waid was son of Southampton N Y agent Every effort was made to dis- suade Ward Ills sister Bull pleaded with him A statuesque blonde Diana G re- gal who claimed previous in such matters sought to lure him inside with the appeal ot her heatuy out was irrational during hour During wail peddlers with tee cream and cheap binoculars j the open-mouthed aiea to cart tors in the street nho shouted warnings and at Ward Bookmakers offering odds of 2 to 1 that Ward would not jump obliged to pay off of office woi kens 111 with scull in and 01 balconies remained oveillme to watch lint diama Penthouse fit up In the open air to watch Aren't yon lonesome she called softly I'll lonesome In here Come on i with me Ward only shook hi head A priest appealed to him To Police bioke down a dooi and seized Hazel ley 111 who stood near a fourth story hotel window threatening to jump lice begged him His mother tele phoned begging him not to jump Dr 0 C city department physician said WELCOME is the gay welcome Miss Atlantic City otherwise Eileen MacSherry 18 expects to give beauties from all over the United States who com- pete at Atlantic City N J soon Skull of Donner Found in Museum o a forgotten exhibit in th Crocker Ait gallery in Sacra recalled the grisly tragedy of the Donner party In Hush days The exhibit is the battered skill of George Donner whose skeleton was found in a pile o bones on the shores of what is now called Donner lake Attend ants found It on a dusty shelf the basement Attached to it was caid oc the California Museum association affirming lhat il is skull of George ner The skull itself is grim evidence of the tragedy Surviving bers of parly after losing hall or their number though tion and illness while snowbound the California wilderness are said to have resorted to ism skuil hears lialchet and saw marks Another caid found with the exhibit stated the marks were made when the brains were removed by starving bers of the party Historical records also declare of the Donner party were to practicing cannibalism o exist until rescue parties found hem I Hairy Noyes Piatt director ofi he Art gallery after dis overy of the tragic lelic he skull would not be placed ack on exhibit The public might think it in had he said Store Picketed in Open Shop Dispute CIVIC GROUPS VISIT GILLIG BUS FACTORY A P I picketed the Swan We have a hundred twenty Present with the of adding H more to our er cent closed shop Presence of the line was to one picket 10 door prevented some truck lies during the The occasion of was In repayment of the Chamber on of be China Defenders Of Hankow Begin General Retreat SHANGHAI Chinese urmy Hankow In the Yangtze river began a eral Tuesday u aimy communique Hald The Japanese formally occupied key position on the mill's below Hankou and China's Cod of War Orton Lucas manager hat establishment open for business as ami keep open as Ions as ble He was at a loss to explain why Swan had been singled out by the union pointing out it was only one of 41 stores operating under agreements negotiated by the association in of the In California lo Mr WPA Work Under Way at School With approximately WPA work on the Auto Union Heads In Detroit Trial provement Hayward program popular approval of J bond has gotten way at the Hi el Harto Excavation foi the under school DETROIT is well sinned and Is expected to linal of United AuloI take two months In complete Woi hers Union marched Into I Other under way Include their mat the union's ex- of the loads on thr The U S gunboat was nearby along with the gunboat Tuesday with arms outstretched in u salute and school grounds filling In places on the athletic field Bank Nights Cause Loss to Film Firm NEW lure of bank school Im- nights with their tremendous odds an- their customers and too much take by the theatres on this gambling device Is repulsing customers to such an extent that Columbia Pictures loss In the fourth quarter Is equalling all that they gained In Iho other of the year Columbia Is expected to show a loss on the low operation as a result Heil Hitler at Ing and Installing connote Perhaps she sells sea any rate she seems destined to sell a smart tilt of personal attractiveness arrayed in this beach ensemble of gayly striped cotton The fabric is in modern mood every precaution has been taken so that its good looks shall be lasting LATEST continued migration of tens of thousands of indigent un- employed and from other stales to California is creating social and economic lems that threaten the very dations of our stale Then training Us guns on Iho Farm Security the Korn county hoard These people are encouraged to migrate lo and remain in nia by aid extended them by the Farm administration pending such times as they be- come eligible under California law for public California taxpayers if they expect to escape bankruptcy need to make their influence Jell bolh in California and in Washington The relief union boasts that It Is gelling into politics with both feet Perhaps taxpayers need a foot in the door F L E I S H E R'S SHOE STORE 877 B STREET Nearly pair of Women's and Girl's Sport and Press Shoes Formerly 2.40 SEE OUR LARGER ADVERTISEMENT OX PAGE 4 English Boy Actor To Live in U S ENSENADA Mexico Teny Kilburn lish film actor aud his parents Mr and Mrs Edward Kilburn plan to become permanent dents of the United il was revealed here today The young actor who appeared In his first American picture re- cently with Freddie Bartholomew in Lord is here arranging with American consular officials for permanent entry In the United Stales Randall 61 veteran of the English stage ivna another member of the wood colny to Main an tion visa at the U S consulate here has heen on the since I was at a place yesterday where you could walk for miles before you'd notice u human face Where was At a nudist cump Do you believe that used properly gives a girl a feeling of Surely Where there's no scents there's no feeling Once a girl has an edge there's never a dull moment NEW re- First quarter General Motors millions Chrysler i millions Second quarter Motors 25 millions 3 millions Total first General Motors 33 Ions Chrysler G millions Compared with first halt General Motors 110 millions Chrysler 27 millions Alfred Sloan Chan man of the Board of General said the upturn Ask Wreck Damages totaling are asked In u suit filed In superior court here us u result of injuries suffered by three plaintiffs In an auto accident July S Plaintiffs are Frank Albino Si his son Frank Albino Jr and latter's wife Frances who asks and ages respectively It is alleged lhat they were in- collision between a car driven by Frank Albino Jr am i operated by Bud m business during the The California Conserving com- pany L K Peterson owner a the truck and are defendants dent Homer Martin The Ed Hall timer aud Walter Wells weie called to trial for with Communists to disrupt the union The trial was scheduled to open Monday but was Intel in parts of the building Driver Hits Two Cars Is Arrested of 25001 Niles road was jailed by angry rebel unions smashed man Tuesday night into union headquarters singed a sit-down strike Legislature Quiz Jury Is Attacked SACRAMENTO oil a of drunkenness after his oar two others while ho was attempting to turn I Castro near street The other ems wore and were si ruck on -I IIP Side were driven by Clarence Kilos road mid Tony Pryor lion of Sacramento county j of Niles i grand jury to investigate chaises Policeman Patterson of legislative was drunken driving charge may bop tacked Tuesday by attorneys toi filed against Baino and gave it i Arthur H Samish Snu Francisco as opinion that ought I to Conduct Purge in Georgia WASHINGTON High Now Dealers claimed Sunday night that President Roosevelt invade Georgia In an effort to defeat ator Walter F George and will conduct a personal purge against the reelection of Senator M W In Maryland Women Find Way To Take Off Fat of women are off or without their health with the treatment It fit from them it Hid from I awrence IIP in liking it featured in It or Not hv Women find lobbyist during on in- not to be n car He was n ufe ti take It come tax matters the Third jailed on a similar Ubl last quarter contributed to belter business which was distinctly luring the latter part of June U S Maritime Commission an- it has taken over the lar Steamship Line Present ex- including ley Dollar as is to be operations are to be under direction of commission LONDON have been by France and Great Britain with the United toward payment ot defaulted wai debts to the United States An international bond issue is posed to finance the money due A cut iu the principal due is to be asked with interest to be cut out tin mill was closed because of strike conditions in canning com- panies which sealed the tin mill's outlets SAN FRANCISCO at canning companies expected to to woik Thursday were down C dozen at opening of lay's market October deliveries being quoted at 23 a dozen What did censor say when dared him to put a slop to icr balloon dance on He said for two pins he would BLOCK FURNITURE CO 405 Main Street DINETTE SET Veneer Will extend to scat six persons comfortably chair scats covered good grade tapestry Reg price Priced for August Sale SEE OUR LARGER ON PAGE 8 Favorable Trade Balance Reported WASHINGTON The United Slates scored a foreign trade balance in the first six months this year tho largest in the first half of any year since 1921 Hailed by the Commerce menl as an Important factor in the movement the excess ot American exports over imports was credited with assisting In thu maintenance of United ployment and purchasing power during period of depressed domestic business Boys I wanted to have somo fun putting that snoozing powder on your pillows Oh yeah well now the on Do you mean to say thai Angus MacTavish spent a sum on Courl of An- 1 year thouy J contended that the jury Say what n year and not entitled to investigate the In a Are under teims of laws giand Xo with sure big idea nwu the K a poker Hows I played Man Sleeps in Wrong Bed Jailed Leon 35 cannery know thai Ibis whiskey Is sixteen Hero Not ago menu anything Villain Say I'll you or Dm in ant form AM tn I hren hy for Sfl vein WV that it tf from anv or Trv it on our loie Gel OO worker living at 24752 Cherry street was sentenced to DO days In Jail by Judge Jacob Harder In court Wednesday ing on disturbance charges He alleged lo have Tuesday night into rented quarters at the same address occupied by Mrs Valles and her mother threatened the women with n knife ami went to sleep In their bed I was drunk told Judge Harder Ho admitted he had recently lieen released from the Oakland tall after a sentence and lohl of several previous lie had served in jail TOUR CRUISE RESERVATIONS I I I Branches Model A genuine Ford motor while Installation extra V-H Ford In- nil nml IN YOUR NOW ONLY on Knsy Payment Plan MILT DOHNER for of CUP A Custro Street 39.50 Seeks Death From Bay Bridge SAN FRANCISCO Maude Omar Sacramento admitted day that n cold water plunge into ho bay caused her to Helen Isst plans It was almost too Yes tho dollar was folded however and hud It not boon six times very neatly for an alert ferry boat captain her might have own successful Sweetheart you are She was taken from tho bay under wonderful superb ei ah Aw go on the Bay Bridge after she had from the hand rail day night MONTGOMERY WARD Cor A and Main Sts SALE Turkish TOWELS each Priced nearly as low as a wash cloth Imagine IS for only White with rainbow borders SEE OUR LARGER OX PACK 2 NOW you can have an Attractive Asphalt Driveway and pay out of in- come Special Low Prices for July Satisfaction guaranteed Call 1500 for free estimate Hayward Building Material Co H A G S T R O M'S FOOD STORE 1080 B STREET SALAD DRESSING Dinner Hell JAR QUART JAR OCR t 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