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   Daily Review (Newspaper) - September 6, 1951, Hayward, California                                Page 10 TH3 DAILY REVIEW Thursday, Sepl. 6. 1951 Page If 1 Toss Reporters May Be Ousted From Capital Press Galleries ABBATICCHIO .-SI OFFICE IN S NOW HEADS [Chrysanthemum >.F. A I I ADULT REGISTRATION FOR FALL CLASSES ON SAN FRANCISCO, AdVICS IS HA WARD Registration for J. Abbaticchiy. Jr., special asrn't i the fall semester of Hayward in charge of the Cleveland" of- Keep chrysanthemums well Adult and Technical school takes ficcs of the Federal Bureau of watered. Imgaic them thorough- plsce this weck  cultivate The ground as soon nouncemeni from Dale Walfron, slandins committee of the con-1 American Society of Newspaper succeed Harry M. Kimball, who at; i1 workable, then re- director. Sressiona! press galleries today :Editors are investigated, .announced his resignation yes- peat irrigation before -oil dries. Anyone planning io Take oours- turned over to the justice and ASNE cared on the committee, jierday as head of the San Fran- enough for plants TO reach cs at'the school the first semester departments charges that which passes on admission to the ciico office. .willing point. In some soils to register between the i the Russian news agency Tass is i to "a propaganda and intelligence porters out agency of the Soviet govern-1 "agents of a foreign government, ment." The committee throw all Tass re- Kimball said he was retiring in warn: wra-hcr irrigation once of 9 a.m. am] p.m. io- transfer to a week may be necessary. If soil or lomomnv at thf IP-'MV-S' because they are, rather than accept Cleveland. He will not newspaper of five eon-ps-1 Sen. Herbert O'Connor. D.. Md., Bay area. Abbaticchio, pondents voted unanimously _lo! congress to expel Tas? men c'ver a remain in becomes dry in less than a week's Sch0ol offices, located in the time, you may be sure that you uon5e{ adjoining Haywaru will take are not applying enough water jj5jgn ychooJ. to soak the ground thoroughly refuse privileges of the galleries, from the galleries and to crack to any more employes of Tass j down on reporters from other communist countries in retalia- tion for the jailing of William N. Oatis, Associated Press report- er, on trumped up spy charges in Czechoslovakia. O'Connor branded Tass as a "Russian propaganda agency which masquerades as a 'news gathering organization" and de- manded that the "credentials and diplomatic papfporls" of its pin- revokcd. 5 four correspondents to the congressional Mikhail is a Russian here on a The others Montgom- citizens. The Washington committee of whu weeks, is a grad- Man-O-War Of Horse Marines Confounds Reds ON THE EASTERN FRONT. Korea, horse marines uale of Georgetown" university when you irrigate. Ususally every crly done. This rule applies 1o rind has been with the FBI since 10 days is often enough when ir- jinost other plants as well as chry- 1933. rigation and cultivation are 'santhemums. NEW COLUMN STARTS Read SPORTS SHOP iodiy? It's a new weekly column all about Bay Area sports, by Jim Scott nationally-known sports -writer. SPORTS SHOP begins today on K. For complete Sports ertryday, The Daily Review. (Advertisement) Athletes Foot Germ After one application of T-4-L if not pleased your 40c back. This mobile liquid PENETRATES fas- ter, quicker, deeper to make the kill. T-4-L at any drug store. To- day ai-REID DRUG CO. CEREMONY recently gave Lt. Col. Douglas Bangert. USMC, right, command of the Marine Air Detachment el Oakland Naral Air station. With him It Major Philip E. Booth, left, cxecu- officer, of 191 Via Nube, San Lorenzo. FBI Agent Investigates Authors Death RIEGELSVILLE, N.J. FBI agent investigated today the possibility that left-wing Novel- ist Louis Adamic may have been killed by Kremlin secret police for joining Yugoslav Marshal Ti- to's anti-Soviet camp. G-Men were called into the case after Mrs. Ethel Sharp, Adamic's secretary, told police four Com- munist men had threatened the writer last year because he was working on a book supporting Ti- to's stand. Final chapters of the book, "The Eagle and the were foun beside Adamic's body early yes terday in his burning home or Mount Joy overlooking the Dela ware river valley. Introduction of the murder an gle into Adamic's slaying recalle the assassination of Leon Trotzkj an anti-Stalin leader in the Rus sian r e v o 1 u t i o n. Trotzky wa hacked to death in Mexico witl a picksx in 1940 allegedly on or ders cf Stalin. A man known a "Frank Jackson" -was convicted of In? --laying and imprisoned ii> Mex1 Ac ic -had been shot in the head once with a .22-caliber bu'l let and Assistant Hunterdon County Coroner John B. Fuhrar said the 52-year-old writer had died from a "supposedly self-in- flicted wound." He did not leave a suicide note. Mrs. Sharp, who saw him las' Friday, said Adamic had been in a cheerful mood. His wife, visiting a co.usin Los Angeles, said Adamic did not have a motive for suicide. The cousin, Abe Roth, said Mrs. Ada- mic was "taking the news pretty but would return to New Jersey today. New Jersey State Police Lt, Jacob Harris, in charge of the C3J5C, said "the investigation is still being carried on" and assign- ed his men to examine Adamic's papers, books and manuscripts. Mrs. Sharp, a bank-teller who has typed Adamic's manuscripts the past three years, told State Police Detective John Lee that four men came to Adamic's farm last October to discuss the book about Tito. to confound the------ nre-s The entire unit is a one-horse affair as yet. But Col. Victor H. Krulak of the 1st Marine division mounts the horse for his inspec- tion round and the admiring di- vision asserts that if there are more where this one comes from. _ soon every enlisted man will have ASNE, in a letter to the congrcs- his own jsional standing committee, said The present steed is a friendly (the ASNE decision-to ask for re- four-year-old which stands I Jcction of Tass reporters "has hands high. He was found wan-! been prompted by a long history dering and wounded when the of mistreatment of American cor- chased the Chinese j respondents in Russia and other northward up -this canyon-like j communist countries." _.. __ ..______ll I hfk "i i ft valley. He was promptly named Man-o-War because of his red coat and his line of work. He was saddled and bridled when found. Two fragmentation wounds in his left foreleg indi- cated that some communist of- ificer was killed in the saddle. In no time at all the Marines cured his leg wounds with a preparation intended originally for athletes foot. They nursed Man-o-War back to health on a diet of packed oatmeal, bread ends, chewing gum, cigarets_and j remaining few American correspondents now permitted to reside in Russia are denied free- dom of travel, are subject to po- lice serveillance and their dis- patches are the ASNE group said. "The principle of reciprocity is basic in international the letter said, "and the standing committee has an opportunity to make a start toward reciprocal treatment." O'Connor's resolution would subject reporters from commu- cnocojaw bars. The horse reject- j nist countries to the same restric- ed the crackers and chlori-! tipns as to numbers, limitation iiatedXvater the Marines drink. travel, ete., as are placed upon Man-o-War is of stock bred by i United States newsmen behind (Advertisement) NEW TYPE SNAPSHOT DIARY FOR HIGH SCHOOLERS IS ANNOUNCED BY BOWMAN'S CAMERA STORE A novel snapshot diary in which to collect pictures, auto- graphs, clippings, dance programs and other souvenirs during the school year and throughout the summer vacation is being offered through Bowman's Camera Store, 1082 B St., Hayward. Entitled "School these personalized scrapbooks will be mailed by Sylvanfa Electric Products Inc. who returns the outer wrapper from a package of Syl- vania Superflash bulbs, together with 25c in cash, and a coupon from one of the cards which arc on display in Bowman's Camera .Store. Expected to start a new craze among junior high, high school and college students, this 26- page memory book has space for 120 snapshots of classmates, teeachers, sports heroes, club groups, sweethearts, etc. Monthly calendars, with all holidays list- ed, are for use as date records, and gay cartoons illustrate every page. To make it a more complete personal record of year-'round activities and to add to the fun of the book, users are. given an opportunity to check up on them- selves- by means of a popularity quotient. In addition, there are forms for sports schedules, space for listing hobbies, favorite headaches and pet peeves, scholastic grades, school teams, clubs nnd parties and vacation activities. In addition to supplying the coupons and tlash bulbs needed to secure copies of "School Daxc" from Sylvania, Bowman's Camera Store will provide and additional Information on photo- graphic AIRMAN Pvl. Angelo Colon, 17, son of Mrs. M. Velez, 891 Winlon avenue, has com- pleted his AF basic airmen in- doctrination course at .Lackland air force base in Texas. He will now be assigned to specialized technical training. Highway Division Office To Close Each Saturday HAYWARD Local offices of the Division of Highways, locat- ed in Hayward city hall, will be closed on Saturday mornings be- ginning Oct. 1, according to an- nouncement from John H. Skeggs, assistant state highway engineer. Skeggs said an assembly bill passed by the recent legislature permits the Saturday, closure of state offices. A review of busi- ness transacted at offices of the Division of Highways indicated there would be no detriment to Dublic service by closing the of- fices on Saturday mornings. the Japanese in Manchuria as of- ficers' mounts. He is friendly, obedient and well-trained and is being put through limited jumps as his leg heals. There are many more abandon- ed and roaming the vaiieys and gorges. The Marines are now talking plans for a fall roundup. Meanwhile, Man-o-War grazes contentedly, casting speculative eye on the cook tent from which comes his chocolate bars and cig- arets. Artillery fire doesn't bother him. He is definitely a converted ex-communist. Washington Manor Dads Meet Tonight SAN of the Washington. Dads-club will hold their first regular monthly meeting of the new school term starting tonight at 8 p.m. at the Manor school, President Chet Keeler announces. Lloyd C. Blair, assistant super- intendent of San Lorenzo school district, is scheduled on the pro- gram to discuss "Schools for the Washington Manor Area." President Keeler and Vice President Ted Tedford urge all members and other dads in the Washington area interested to at- tend the meeting. Refreshments will be served. WEEK-END SPECIALS! THURSDAY FRIDAY SATURDAY GOLDEN RIPE CENTRAL AMERICAN BANANAS the iron curtsin." 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