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Alameda Southern County News, The (Newspaper) - July 28, 1938, Hayward, California of California? Every doctor who administers B2bil-foruiiug drugs to help a pa- ilent ovw a period of erlsis ref- oguizes that he must Prudence aud discretion to avert t disastrous consequences. Aud public relief officials are begin- ning to learn by tragic, dlsht-arteu- !ug experience tbut economic opiates me equally IKili-s IJko Serious as the narcotic problem may be, dole-addiction is fur more dangerous to (lie welfare of Cali- fornia and I lie nation today IUMI dope-addiction v.as at IU worst. Thoughtful Califurniaiib, anx- ious to avert a complete down of fundamental standards, have iniicli to ponder, for then- are danger signals on every Twice, within recent wi-oks. Glrlkeis, who quit their jobs volun- whose Jobs weie open II they desired Bit-down sulked in headquarter.! of Hit- Stale Relief administration in an effort to force their for relief pay- nenls. "No Hole For Idlers" In both instances, Relief Ad- ministrator Harold L. 1'oraeroy 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 -work have been supported on IP lief rolls at the expense of tax- jmyers already over-burdened with caring for the needy and nn- employed. Federal relief agen- cies, in ic-pcated instances. have financed strikes and encouraged THE ALAMEDA NEWS THIRD YEAK. Number 50 HAYWARD, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, Jl'l-Y 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 I7tli-floor hotel ledge. John Ward. 26, and uuem- i plojed. leaped to death Tuesday 'hi. The drop was a sheer 2UO feel. Morbid had matched for hours, screamed Into the away many women fainted leaped just as a police net crept silently upward from the IGih floor. Another net was on the ISth floor. Tin- plan was to I'limi-sli Ward, at a hiin.-ifly t. street. The other ems' wore. Passint. and were si ruck on -I IIP Side Tbcv were driven by Clarence VarEos, 25S17 Kilos road, mid Tony Pryor lion of Ihe Sacramento county j of Niles. i grand jury to investigate chaises' Policeman Patterson intimated! of legislative coiiuption was at-'a drunken driving charge may bop tacked Tuesday by attorneys toi filed against Baino, and gave it i Arthur H. Samish. Snu Francisco as hi? opinion that Oiirno "ought I F.R. to Conduct Purge in Georgia WASHINGTON. High Now Dealers claimed Sunday night that President Roosevelt' idll invade Georgia In an effort to defeat Sen- ator Walter F. George and will conduct a personal purge against the reelection of Senator M. W. Tydlnjjs In Maryland. Women Find Way To Take Off Fat of women are laklne off w'thnut or nerciv. without frcluio their health with LAXRID the treatment. It remove! fit from them it Hid from I awrence M-irl. IIP Irnt in !2 moittu wSilr liking it 4m! featured in "He- It or Not" hv Rlniev. Women find lobbyist, during aiguuients on in- not to be diiving n car." He was tA.XRin n ufe ti take. It come tax matters betore the Third jailed on a similar cbaige Ubl last quarter contributed to belter business, which was distinctly not- iceable (luring the latter part of June. U. S. Maritime Commission an- nounces it has taken over the Dol- lar Steamship Line. Present ex- ecutive peisonnel, including Stau- ley Dollar as Piesident. is to be coulhiucd. bill operations are to be under direction of commission. LONDON nego- tiations have been slarled by France and Great Britain with the United toward payment ot Ihe defaulted wai debts to the United States. An international bond issue is pro- 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 loday because of strike conditions in canning com- panies, which sealed the tin mill's outlets. SAN FRANCISCO at canning companies expected to le- uiii to woik Thursday. were down C dozen at opening of Thurs- lay's market; October deliveries being quoted at 23 %c a dozen. What did Ihe censor say when .uclllc dared him to put a slop to icr balloon dance on, "He said for two pins he would." BLOCK FURNITURE CO. 405 Main Street 5-Pc. DINETTE SET, Walnnt Veneer. Will extend to scat six persons comfortably; chair scats covered wltn good grade tapestry. Reg. price Priced for August Sale at--------------------- 23-9' (SEE OUR LARGER ADVERTISEMENT1 ON PAGE 8) Favorable Trade Balance Reported WASHINGTON. The United Slates scored a fav- orable 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 depurt- menl as an Important factor in the recoveiy movement, the excess ot American exports over imports was credited with assisting In thu maintenance of "United Slaies niu- ployment and purchasing power during Ihis period of depressed domestic business." "Boys, I wanted to have somo fun putting that snoozing powder on your pillows." "Oh, yeah; well, now the choko'B on "Do you mean to say thai Angus MacTavish spent a lldy sum on Disdict Courl of Appoals An- 1 year. thouy J. S.uuish's altoi-j upy. contended that the jury "Say, what ,_ sgrved moie'lhan n year and wus'yestprdny, wulklijj not entitled to investigate the IPS- In a Are; islature, under teims of laws eiuing giand jinics. "Xo. :iut with sure itho big idea nwu the slieet K a poker play- Hows I played Man Sleeps in Wrong Bed, Jailed Leon Chavnrrla. 35 cannery know thai Ibis whiskey Is sixteen Hero Not fJRlt: Poesn'l ago menu anything lo'you? Villain Say. I'll you jtnf, tlnr ennt.iin Pdcnnl. Thvrotd _ or Dm trnitmo! in ant' form AM inffred'entl tn I AX'KID hren nted hy nhvsjetanl for Sfl vein WV that it tf -ilitnt itrlv fri-e from anv noisonoys or hirmfiil Trv it todav on our monpv.lni-V vii.if.inti-r >ou can'l loie Gel ICAYWARn OO worker living at 24752 Cherry street, was sentenced to DO days In Jail by Judge Jacob Harder In justicp court Wednesday morn- ing on disturbance charges. He wns alleged lo have souo 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." Chavnrila told Judge Harder. Ho admitted he had recently lieen released from the Oakland. tall after a 100-day sentence, and lohl of several previous teimt lie had served in jail jenrs old! TOUR CRUISE RESERVATIONS I TEaplflur I OaMliri I 3-0-1-0 CRABlREEJ Branches Model A genuine Ford factorr motor while thi-v (Installation extra) V-H Ford mnlor cxchnnges. In- ('liiilliiK nil nccrssurr clutrh, nml rnrbnrator I.VSTALI.EO IN YOUR NOW ONLY ___ Snhl on PoJiner's Knsy Payment Plan MILT DOHNER "Hirrv for Bverj Mnkp of CUP" A Custro Street IIAV1VARD 39.50 iVoman Seeks Death From Bay Bridge SAN FRANCISCO. Maude Omar, Sacramento, admitted Tues- day that n cold water plunge into ho bay caused her to nllor sui- Helen Isst cldo plans. It was almost too Yes, tho dollar bill was folded however, and hud It not boon six times, very neatly." for an alert ferry boat captain, her doath might have own successful. "Sweetheart, you are She was taken from tho bay under wonderful, superb, mngnlflcient. ei ah. "Aw, go on." the Bay Bridge after she had plilnged from the hand rail Sun- day night. MONTGOMERY WARD Cor. A and Main Sts. SALE Turkish TOWELS each 8c Priced nearly as low as a wash cloth. Imagine IS for only White with rainbow borders. (SEE OUR LARGER APVKRTISEAIEXT 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 PINT------ JAR QUART JAR (8KB OCR t. ADVERTISEMENT OS PAGE 4)
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