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   Daily Review (Newspaper) - August 20, 1958, Hayward, California                                W1ATHIR Fair through tomorrow except' fog near ocean in morning. Hayward Yesterday's high.........._ 76" Today's low 60. More weather information Page 6. VACATION? ASK FOR THE HOLIDAY-RAK SERVING SOUTHERN ALAMEDA COUNTY CALL: JEFFERSON 7-5310 Vol. 66 No. 275 HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 20, 1958 4tT PASES.' Harriman Link To 'Strongamv Teamster Told WASHINGTON Another of Barney Baker's women testified today .the "strong'arm" teamster offi- cial was "very friendly" with New York Gov. Averell Harriman. Mrs. Ruth Brougher, 44, a Texas-born blonde serving ,a 15-year. man- slaughter term in Flor- ida, said Baker told her in 1955 he was "going back' to work" on Harriman's campaign. Brought from a prison to testi- fy before the Senate Rackets Com- mittee, she also said .Baker was "on the from New York and couldn't go back to the, state "until after Gov. Harriman was elected." Her. testimony was similar to that of Baker's divorced wife, who 1old the committee Tuesday that the 300-pound roving unionist was a "very friend of the.New York chief executive and that Ba- ker boasted he; could get- thing" from- Harriman. Mrs. Brougher said all she knew about Harriman was what- Baker told her in conversations -and let- ters and from "other sources." She said she understood Baker had "handed' out tickets of some sort" in Harriman's 1952 presi- dential primary campaign in' the District of Columbia and helped rally labor -support for him. The New York governor lias ac- knowledged that Baker worked for him 'in the District of Columbia campaign but that he knew .the. union leader .only casually. Mrs. Brougher- testified :sne. liv- ed with' 'Baker' at two estates, complete with .swimming pools, and a all rented by the burly; unionist, whose wife was in St. Louis. Her Harriman -testimony .-.began when she told of meeting Baker in New York at one their association. She- said Baker had told her he once "went to prison in New York '.'for throwing a stink bomb' onto a theater stage that killed' Joe. Penner's duck." Baker also' mentioned water- front slaying, she said, that caus- ed him. to flee New -York. "1 don't think he could to New York until after Gov-.THar- riman was she_ said. Seven Crash I MAEJES A'POINT President Eisenhower uses-a pointing finger to emphasize his stand "on school inte- gration. during today's White House news conference.- He said 'twere can -be no "equivocation as to the resp'oh- Federal government" to enforce ..court. rulings on the school integration issue." Telephotb. Ike Tells ResponssBility U.S. on Integrafion Two Autos Involved In Wreck GALLUP, N. M Seven., persons were killed and four injured. early today when two cars, one of-them apparently homeward bound f r o'm collided head-on about 40 miles east of here. State, police said- one of the was from Las Arii- Colorado, and the other' from California. Five persons 'were 'killed out- right in the crash on U S 66 about a mile west of the little :oil refining town of Prewitt, 15 miles east of the Continental 'Divide. ..Two more, died in St.. Mary's Hospital here.' One-of them was identified as -Eugene Sanchez, 6, Las Animas. The other was a wo-l man, as-yet unidentified. Also, identified .thus' far., were'the drivers of the two Daniel Perez Sanchez, 47, Las Animas, and' G. Braggs, no address but the driver' of -the California vehi- cle.-, Braggs was impaled on the of .his car, a 1949 model, which and landed upside- down in a ditch alongside the road The car, a-1955 model was: left crumpled in a heap in the middle of the highway. The'other dead as yetumdenta :fied'.< includedi two adults one of a woman, and a baby; Tractor Plant To Ease Layoff SAN LEANDRO A note -of optimism was injected in the local economic scene today by Caterpil lar Tractor Co.'s announcement it expects to begin a modest program of recalling laid-off employes. About 40 people are expected to be recalled in the next few weeks, according to Alan Parry, general manager of the San Leandro plant. Caterpillar, manufacturers of lucl injection equipment, laid off 150 workers in cutbacks last fall and early this spring. In, January the company went temporarily to a four-day week, but resumed a five-day schedule six weeks later. Parry said the brightened local outlook is a. reflection of a general pickup of sales in the East and Midwest. The rate of recall, he cautioned, will depend on the rate of business upturn and demand for Caterpillar products .in the months ahead. WASHINGTON (UPI) President Eisenhower said can be. "no equivocation 'as to the re- sponsibility of the federal government" to, see that' court rulings on school integration are carried out. He also said that-each state has the. responsibility tiS-see that the court man- dates are -not opposed1 by violence (a state) cannot by action or deliberate failure to act permit j violence to frustrate the preserva- tion of individual rights as determ- Huge Carrier Enters Bay ALAMEDA. (UPI) The U3S Ranger, the world's largest war- ship, entered" San Francisco Bay today docked at Alameda Naval Air Station, her new home. The Ranger, a Forrestal-class super carrier, has been two months sailing around the Horn from the East Coast. She visited several Latin American ports on way. ined by a court the Presi- dent said in a statement which he read at the opening of a news con- ference. "It is my hope that each state will fulfill its obligation with a full realization-of the' gravity of any other course." Defiance by a state of this duty would present "me most. serious .he said.- The flattop was al-j But'there Can be, no equivoca- most resting on the bay mud inltion as to responsibility of the Alameda Channel. Her keel government in such- an 35 feet. The dredged depth of he sald- waterway is but 36 feet. Eight tugs turned her massive lull as she could be backed into ner pier. After civic welcoming ceremon- ies, the men and. officers Hayward's Pioneer Mover Settle's Over a Quarter Century Moving Storage COMPLETE Moving Packing Crating Finesf Storage Local 'and Long Distance Moving LUcerne 1-0935 21564 E. 14th, Hayward began shore leave. Her skipper is 'Capt. Paul D. Buie of Nash- ville, Ga. The ship will .be assigned, to the Pacific Fleet and will" train with other units, of the Wesf Coast's First Fleet. USE OF ,U.S. TKOOPS The President said his position was .exactly that of -a .year- ago. He then quoted from a statement then in which he said: "The very basis 'of-our individ- ual rights and freedoms rests: upon House OK's Works Bill WASHINGTON. (UPI) The House today approved a compro- mise public- works appropriation bill designed to help ease By voice the House1 ac- cepted and. sent, to the Senate a conference agreement reached -by members of the' House and Senate in two: weeks of "closed meetings. The action moved Congress an- other' step closer to adjournment, which is expected 'in the next two The public works bill appropriat- ed money ifor the Corps of Engi- neers, Bureau of Reclamation and i Tennessee Valley Authority for I current fiscabyear. The final-total was below a measure, previously passed by the. Senate. But it higher, than the .House-passed bill arid con- tained about 41 million, dollars more than President Eisenhower had asked. GIANTS PAKE BKIDGE-. .-The newest-proposal for a South Bay crossing, bridge of- On OUU.UU, -LJCLV V.i Wi3OJiJJ.t, O. J.W MA VJJ, Candlestick-Point to San Leandro, 200-feetVide, would' Henry E. Tweed, carry auto, rail and- rapid transit traffic. San. ieandro Chamber will exhibit the plan in San Francis. eo next week. was, designed by a Richmond: engineer, INDEX Ann Landers --------16 Comics......................36 Crossword Dorothy Dix ............15 East Bay Story........18 Editorials :...____.....16 Medical Memo.......... 6- Radio-TV tog.......... 37 Sports Stargazer................... 2 Stock Market............, 6 Women's "World. ..14-15 the .certainty that president and the executive -.branch .of gov- ernment will .support .and insure the carrying out of the' decisions of the federal courts." The President did not specific- ally mention the .use 'of troops. But his statement appeared .to make it -clear that, he would. -use them 'again as last resort. He said that all Americans must understand '.that if individuals, communities, or 'states -are: '.'going successfully and to defy the courts, then there is an- archy." He said that all 'Americans, have "the solemn duty" -to final orders .of the, courts.-; Eisenhower -repeated 'his' oft-ex- pressed belief "that the- common sense of the--, individual and .his feeling of .civic responsibility '-musti eventually come into it.. we] are to solve this problem.'" Gunfire Drives Off Red Planes TAIPEI, Formosa (UPI) ;Two Chinese directly Communist over Matsu Island today said firefighters need a and were driven OH by antiair- craft fire, the Ministry of al-Defense PRAYER FOR TODAY Our Father, who hasl given us this day of Jife, guide us in Ihe best use hours. May we. have energy for hard 'work, bul, more than thai, right judgment in those things to which we give ourselves. May we be unafraid to push ourselves hard if worthy, goals .demand it, yet unafraid to slow down, knowing that rest 'and. .play and friendship all. .have a part in human living.' Amen. 'GATf BRIDGE SUICIDE NOTE SAN" FRANCISCO Highway Patrol officers found :a suicide note in an empty car parked in the northbound lane of Gold- en Gate Bridge today. Signed and ad- dressed to the note said: "Please under- stand.-It is so easy. I have thought of this for a long time. Death isn't bad and I'm sure. Dad understands because nobody else does. It's very easy this way." Police checks disclosed that the car had belonged to Adeline Fournier, San Francisco, who said "she had sold it io a used-car dealer. Officers discovere'd aJength of tinfoil, stiort circuiting the ignition sys- tem, indicating that the was stolen or that the driver had lost his keys. CLUS1L U. ciLXlU. J-iCciUUiU i i- Unveiling Set on New Rangers Sdv@ South Crossing Plan SAN LEANDRO Plans'for'a new'South Bay causeway a giant span of concrete from Candlestick Point to the foot of Davis he shown San Fran- cisco officialdom for the first time next week. San Leandro Chamber of Commerce leaders will show pjans for the 16-lane.f bridge- to-. Mayor George ihfistopher-and'his cabinet special appointment at 11 a.m. Augl'29." Meantime .they have arranged a Fire Still Raging In Glacier Park GLACIER NATIONAL PARK Mont. (UPI) .A primitive area on the northeastern perimeter of Glacier Park's worst forest fire in 22 "yeais stilt burned out of con- trol' today. Chief Ranger Gordon Bender three-way meeting 'with officials of Hayward; and San Leandro-to acquaint them with the_ new plan, V and "solicit sup- port.. The meeting of Eastbay of- jficials'is set'for 'a.m.-.Friday. San Lean'dro officials got their first look: at the plan yesterday when by its de" signer, Henry E. Tweed, a Rich- mond engineer. Tweed estimates the structure, of pre-stressed concrete can.'be built as contrasted with the million estimated for the Army Street, crossing. The. proposed crossing would originate at Candlestick'.Point with direct 'access from the pro- posed .Giants and- the World's Fairgrounds proposed by Christopher. De Gaul le On African Tour PARIS (UPI) Charles de Gaulle begins of France's colonial possessions in Young Hiker In Yosemite YOSEMITE, Calif. (UPI) A young hiker was rescued today after-being -stranded.'over-night on a ledge high'above Yosemite Val- ley near 'Glacier Point. National Park rartgers descend- ed the -sheer wall below.'the point, scene of 'the famed-Fifefall, at nights, -to get near the'hiker Bill Beeghley." 17. Long- 'Beach, Calif'. It was a daring feat-accom- plished :by a quintet rangers'us; ing ropes. The rescue party dropped.a rope mile of line yet" to bring this spot in check. He-revised "earlier esti- mates and said it's "going to take two days yet to do Africa today- to- win- support from Iabout feet to who, 19 million'African" .voters "for hissed: it around himself .-and-was- institutional hauled .up from the tiny ledge. -.He. De -Gaulle to'Mada- had :hiked ,to the, point .Tuesday asckr off the east coast of a group.of other.youths--but a and ends his tour eight he attempt, an and: ends 'his '.tour eight daysled a short cut oli return" just thati one .mile line." to tie in the CV Library Vote Sought VALLEY- .Plans to nullify the Castro Valley Library service area reached, cpunty_.sUper- visors yesterday'in a, letter from Mrs. J. M. Healy, 8964 Madison Ave. Mrs. Healy served notice ..'that she and other-citizens" of.the com- munity-plan to.circulate, a petition requiring the .board an elec- tion submitvthe library matter to the voters of the area. Supervisors created the special library area effective July 1 this year and plans are under way to purchase _ a library site at. 20005 Redwood Rd. at a cost of A committee of which 'Mrs. Healy is secretary wants th.e li- Tuesday, the rdog stood Ibrary in a speciab district with di-, Pet Too Good As Watchdog DECATUR. 111. Young Richard Gehrke today to make- his pet understand there are times when it's best not to be too good a watchdog After Richard "tumbled into a river, juard so well that a'policeman lad to fight him off rescue the Iboy, rectors elected by, voters than oppomted'by county rather, super- ter in Algiers before all France otes: Sept. 28 in "a referendum es- iblishing the-Fifth Republic. The new constitution will main- in France' .as :a parliamentary trip. After being hauled to tfcev the rescue party began the peril- ous ascent back to the point. Mora rope- was .dropped "to the 'party -b'e- emocracy but increase the -pow-cause the-rangers: were forced :to rs of the'.-president and curb-'the! "burn their while mak- owers of..the'.-National Assembly.'! ing the descent without sufficient The constitution offers'" the irican territories: in line. Beeghley was. trapped about' 500 feet .above the valley floor. brings you. the NEWS three times each day, Mon- day thru national and international' and some Southern Alameda; County 'News. DIAL 1050 on your radio, and 855: a.m. Station KQ.FY. 'I _ POWDERS mm iia 1036 'A' STREET HAYWARD, CALIR: New Phone JE. 8-1849 Many Local Stores Open Thursday And Friday Mghts   

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