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   Alameda Southern County News, The (Newspaper) - November 17, 1938, Hayward, California                                .Review's Daily Carrier Service Tbe Review In DKUVKKKD KACH AFTERXGOV BY CAR- KIKK in Ashland. CasUo Vallcjr, Crow Cull Cajuycus. Lor- eojo, Russell City. Mount Kdrn, Aliarado, Cenlervillc, TeaujiOa, Ueeoto, Valle Vista. -Newark. Kites, MohrtJnd, High- lands. Uajrwani nuui> Southern Alameda County's Greatest Newspaper WEATHER FORECAST Uayward Ko. County Maximum ___07 Fair and mild Minimum ___VI Tlmr. ami Kri.; 30.10 local morning fog Comparative High Low High LOW l-us Aust'k-s -.78 fit S4 TO II 5'> 1M Duiulii 2i' Vurk -J-l 1-. i'- VOLUME 47. NTMtiKK 1'I3 IT'S THE CLIMATE CALIFOK.VIA. TUUKS1MY. XOVKMH10K 17, IStfS IT'S THE CLJMATE Six s T" A.9E BREAK SEEN AS EMBASSY AID RECALLED (Move to Drive New Born Babe Left to Freeze in Vacant Lot; Life in Balance Baby Girl Found by Workmen Wrapped In Thin Towel in Paper Bag-; Police Seek Identity of Child's Parents LATEST FLASHES OAKLAND A liny, nt-w-bom I baby Kill was found I .i_ Thursday murnhiK in a vacant lot I In a paper and with only thin dMi luwel for proii't-luii-. j, iiKainsI leniperatiin- lielow i Today lu-r life In till- a( I In- fiiiinly liospnal. 1 Daniel Cardi-na.s, 1 HI? Third i stii't-t, wulkiiiK to work had lal.i-n u short DnoiiKli tin- lo'. i he heard a baby trying. j In Shopping Itap; IjHil.iiiK about lie saw a paper shopping in which an in- fant W Hipped In a di.-.li tmu-1. The ibild was iilui" with cold, and moaned feebly when Cardenas covered her with his coa1 i minim: with her to the home 01 Mis. Krank Kliei. at Hi.i Thud Mit-t-l. 'Mrs. Klier called Patrolman A. K. Treadwell who summoned an ambulance. Xwrses at the hospital covered the baby with soft blankets while physicians gavp Injections of iCatfeine. and ordered hot water hags in an effoit to slave off pneu- monia. v The hahy only a few hours old when found, physicians Meanwhile, police sought a cine to the identy of the mother through questioning lesideuis ol the vicinity. A Charge of. attempted murder may IJP placed against those who abandoned the child, to police. Street Widening May Hurt Library Trustees See Problems to be Met in Future With a growing use of the Ilay- wafd Public trustees of HAItiiOlt IV SAX i.KA.vimo JUY? (U.PJ Major Juii.ii: Kchley. armv jiiiu-f of i-iiKiii-'i'is aiimmiuv.l J Hut Culoiu-l W.irn-n T j I llaiinnni. Sniiihi-rn Pai-ifc ii.n ciulnri'i at s.in Ki.nu-t.ii-n. had to prepau1 a irpor! Ctingti-.ss mi tin- .idxis- ai.ilily nl pinvidini; a h.ilbni lol liitln Vi'sst-l-j in S.in I !i..y at this linn- I'lfltl wink fin Ciiloni'l Han- iiiiin will In- done by Colin..-I .1 llulsl. riall Klumi-iiii district i-iistiii'-i-r Tln-> will [George Janssen Named Head of County Board SMALLPOX VACCINATION I DRIVE SET lOueen of Peanut Harvest Oakland Man Succeeds Late W. J. Hamilton A ilihv in immunization v, aid .mil cniinly will In- ihiuuxh Joint i provide ola In i li Alamrd.! ttagiil Inr. I In ffoils c( llavu.ird SLAVEE Eva Kopalchak, 17, held in New York on a charge of shooting her mother six times with a .22 rifle and then crush- ing her skull with a shoemaker's last. The slaying occurred not long after pleas of the mother, Mrs. Christina Piatak, had won the girl's release from Rockland State Hospital. Eva appeared, as above. !n 'mannish garb at Belleinie Hospital, New York, where she 'was arrested. Police say she confessed to the killing. Sugar Beet Allotment Made Alameda county sugar beet men have only "until Saturday to osk for additional acreage i ap- peal from allotments made ndnr the AAA sugar act of coiding to S 10 Smith, coun v ag- ricultural conseivatuiu as tion secretary. Approximately C.Oon acies have been allotted the counlr for 1939 sugar beet production. Smith said. This acreage wll1 the institution arc in somewhat j be distributed among 125 prodnc- of a dilemma, for immediate who have until Dec. to simi panaion plans cannot be laid, in (contracts with representatives view of the fact that a proposed j sugar companies. widening of First street raze the building. For there isj a definite plan on foot lo RESIGNS First street from the high school i SACRAMEN'TO. Earl Lee UI-K pn-vuius on Hit- Oak-' ilton. who w.b Lind narbor .mil San l-.i-.indu> b.iy. I yeais. XATIO.V TO All) I .IKU'ISII KKI'TCKIW MIIII-.- ter Neville: lain told Ill-- Mouse of t'oinnuins that ihe finincnt is iiiMlinit tin- pinhli-ii1 ot settling Jewish finm, Germany in lirilisli culouici .1 inn tier nf urgency i C'hainberlain .said he has taken up the iinestion with seven col- onial iiiclu.lins ihe Koveriuir of Tanganyika. U.isl AHica. and hoped to be able t'J make a .statement ne.xt week. Chamberlain's promise of a statement was taken as an indica- tion thai Britain and the United SlsiloK have reached an am-eemeut on itscNinn some 7MU.OOI' Jews from Iheir plight in Germany, and Unit o'lly details nt-ml lo lit worked out CHINESE REPORTEfl STOinilXO CAXTOV HONG KONG. (U.R) 1'ncon-j .and coiiuly hfiilili i During Hut .i.-xudiiKi lo Dr. .Xt-lium ll.iywiiiil jlu-alili nffli-i'i4. physician-! uf iln- j cuiinty have ugu-i-il In pmv'.di- fieorgp- A. Janssrn. county j Bulb .Mipprvlsnr. ivnn-ii-niing souiliirn adults and dill iit-n an- Alameda roiinly. and patlicnlariy! by lu-alili authorities in iln- llaywaid .ommunily. haMJ visit Ihvir family ami III-I-M elected chairman of tnej iht- IIIMIIIU-III. bii.itd uf supt-rvisois I'mnlais boo-tni.''. Hit1 iiiiiiiuiii- I.U.- William J. Man.- zainm c.aiMp..icn b.-ins; -..-ni chairman for ITionl u> puivnls lliiouKli sciinol li'lnlilieii. III-. Cli'liiuilS si-lid. Mr. Janssen, and favor------------------- ably known in the Mavu-ari] com-! ri-iiiiiy A. JAXSSEN til med Chinese reports said j tuunity, has served for five yearns Thursday that Chinese columns were closing in on Canton aftei shattering tho outer Japanese de- Chinese sources said their troops were pieparins to sioini the battered commercial center of China, which the J.iD- aatse cammed almost without tesistance. Thev said that th? main Jap- anese forces retreated to- ward Canton from vsrioitf direc- tions and wtie aw liting i enforce- ments to defend the city. Chi- nese columns, they said, had mopped up remnnms of Japanese defenses 10 miles .south of Cau- t ton. More than 40 Japanese-war- ships and transports were believ- ed lo he rushing reinforcements to Canton. breweiy, making .'ft to the old wide for  ear, has no! been mmle Hcnco the matter may hang fire for flometinip to come, which means (Continued on page 3) ig a! Kelly, for eight years head of tne TRF.TIFS city department of public works, re- nf'A' lr'M pn signed late Wednesday, etfective ODDS 3 TO 1 SANT Is esti- mated that Vic Uottari and bio team of Bears will win the "Rig Game" Saturday by two touch- downs. WASHINGTON. (U.R) The United States signs politically im- portant trade agreements with its two biggest Britain and Thuisday. Ceiemonies for the Canadian and Great Britain treaties are sched- uled for -1 p. in. in the White House. President Rooseveft will I Sneak extempoianeously. CUBA'S STRONG MAN A GUEST on the board, having pointed by Kolph been ap- iu 1D3S, and having been elected twice since that time Mrs. Mellenthin Sues for Divorce Mrs. Hilda W. Mellenthin, for- mer member of the llaywar.l Decoto Sewage Hearing Held Protests to Proposed Plan Voiced Here No immediate action was taken following a public healing Wed- nesday aftei noon in H.iywaid on piotests against the granting of   llaywaid Cub j Remit packs were announced Admiral Sampson Honored by Vets War Scenes Vividly Told By Visitor was icl'ved H.u._ Thursday by Bruce Jamieson and' Haiold A. Sundby. pack let'deis. I Wolf and Golden emb- j lems were awarded to Hichard Cline, Froehlich, V I'hisler, Francis Popara. N'ormar. SKva. Khby Waller and Micharl Mallet. DeiniPi- Arm Braid awards went I high school faculty and a present (o Froelilicli Harry war wprp inemDei of Hie uoaid of diiectoi.' Xnllllilll u'ayne'100 membeis and guests of Ad- American history i v.'.ird Veterans' Memorial hiiiltl- i ins. Highlights of Hie Spanish of that institution, suit for on has filed a grounds of crnoltj" She asks the custody of her child, alimony of pel month. ?150 attoiney's fees and an equal division of the com- munity property. The couple were married Aflril S. 1D3G and separated Nov. IS. accoidiim to tin- complaint. The cninplainl alleges that M.-..V Nearly 75 people were present nt the hearing in the city council chambers in the Hajward city John Mancini Marlln hall. Haley represented the sanitary district as engineer and special counsel, icsppctively. At present Uecoio sewage Is j i and "shook her and ihit-w ln-r upon hei Investment company representa- tive, "seized her by the throat on two occasions and forced her against the wall of their at another time Mcllcnlhin threw a milk can at he. and once Mel- K.-nneth Fisher and Sampson camp United Fiank C.iwia received den chief Spanish American War etc ans. A silver arrow emblem I, TO 1HHVK .1KWS FI5O.M HOMKS BKRUN W.P.) An official move to drivi- Jrws from thr-ir homes in (ieimany was announced Thmsday by Ber AiiRrlCf. organ of Dr. Paul Joseph Goehbels. prop- aganda minister. Tlip anouncenient said: "The CJoceniinoiit is prepartiiR a decree cancelling for Jew ten- ants the protective law, together with its provisions that notice i.i icqulred in oidci to oust tenants. "It officially estimated that SOOO homes In Berlin alone wll! be because Jews In tha future will be uuabltt to afford the expenses of the homes. Large da luxe apartments probably will ha paititioned among Germans." KKXST VOX KATII m AS MARTTO UUKSSKLUOKK, Germany With a challenge to the world, the X.uis gave a martyr's funeral Thuisday to the assasinated dip- lomat, Ernst von Rath. JEWS V.I XT TO I'XOCK TO U. S. BtiKLIN Prominent Jews suggested Thursday that the Uni- ted States "mortgage" the Ger- man immigration for th9 ne.U thiee years and accept Jews immediately. i by an eye-wilness who at the ad- of tho stnigglp. dilional achievment Pui-haid Cline. I' to1 He was Fred -I. Biienrie of Palo I Alto, piivate secretary to Art- linii-a! William T. Sampson, com- Imander of Ihe Pacific fb-et dnr- ing the war The llayward __ Snn camp was named In honor of foi mer superior (iffi- Dieno was selected as tne in.iit convention city by the California ccl' Farm Bureau Federation, which Thp occasion marked the pre closed its annual four-day ul.ilion by the Talo Alto camp. SAX niEfiO OKTS 1IKMI CXIXVENTIOX in: San .lose id of which Buenzle is a member, of Kii-snn were innnt-rs tip in oldei n b.indsome legister and perman- naincd. T O. farm put record book to Admiral Samp- .idvlsnr. and Mrs taken can- of by individual sep tir tanks. The piopnscd plan would piovidc foi suwcr Pipei ioadiug lo a disposal Plant all almost om- half mile south- oust of Decoto. I Principal protests voiced by i I hose present weie thai the dls-l posal tank would create an often-) sivc- smell and thai il would r-ol-l lull; well wator. Proponents of the plan tirguedj that an efrich-lit plant would pro-j diice no smell and would not ui-j danger well wnter U was pcinl-i ed out that at present my.ny ofj those objecting have efficient septic tanks closer to their own wells than ihe proposed dlsposaj plant would be New Jersey Senator PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY OSTEOPATH DR. NELLIE M. CRAMER Ostcopnthic Physician n Street Phone RS7 Colonel Fulgencio Batista, chief of staff of the Cuban army and virtual dictator, is pictured as he arrived at Miami for his visit as guest of General Malin Craig American chief of staff. Left to right: Mrs. Perez Benrita of Miami, Senora Batis- ta, Cuban Ambassador Martinez Praga, Colonel Batista and Colonel Owen Parr, Batista's aide. ATTORNEYS A. W. ROBERTS Hank Amcrlcrt Bldg.. HnjHOrd Ph. Hay. 188fi or SWcetwood G072 i Warren Harbour and Mrs. Barbour are pictured as they appeared at the voting booth in Riiinson, New Jersey. Mr. Barbonr, Republican candidate for the senate, defeated William H. J. Ely, Democrat, former state WPA administrator, by a margin of votes. Maryetla llol- camp The register was am nt. are made by Bitenrh- and Is a iiipmnr- to return to Hayward i.il to Admii.il Sampson. Tbuit.il.iy nUht afli-r altcndlng j It lias a wooden Hack and front, the iiii-c-tins iroveied with cloth Ijin-nrlp wove On the from cover is a button from the Admiral's uni- form. Inside the front cover is ia letter in Admiral Sampson'" I handwriting and a pli-co of a j Spanish flag taken from one of j tlii' ships which suin-iulered lo S.imPion's fleet In I In battle of Santiago bay. lliienzle. an eyewitness lo the battle, from the admiral's flag iship. had sonio inleiPKilnt, stone1- ilo tell He Ihi- Plan lo bottlp up the Spanish fleet by sinking a ship acrosi the har- bor mouth to Sampson's biain. Hiienzle told nf hnw ihe I'lais l.iilt-d when foiindi'iiim ship ill the tide bcfoie it ict- {Ilid on Hie bottom. Us final i-o- sition still left the channel clear. The battle followed when the i Spanish fleet sailed out of Ih'- j harbor and tiled to set pas! I S.imliaon's fleet, which win wnlt- j ing to prevent such an Thp presentation ceremonies took place following regular business meetings of the camp alid auxillaiy. E. K. Klsworlh commander of inn ?alo AIlo camp, and Mrs Marie naMoth, (Continued on poje 2) Day's Receipts Top Mark Red Cross Total Reaches Topping tlii- century marl; for the first, lime sim-r !hr dilve be- gan. tVedncsday's Ki-d ('loss 18- rcipts lolal.-d It. Motion Miiiison. Kayward i-liah- man. reported Thursday This, sum brings Ihe fUure to date up to M. A goal of mifl be readied by iho time tliu drive ends. Nov 2f.. Mrs Manson The total inclndi.-.i recflpln to dud- fiom CasIKi Valley as well as llayward A hrealt-down of the will hi' made at Ihe end of Hi.' diiM'. Mis. Mmisou si.) I hul Vullt-y resU deiHs may KIIHW jiiil what their collections weif Workers ID be at llayward bankK Krlduy were nnnouncf-n. At I ho Hank of America will be Mis Oodfri-y Matthews in Ihe morning and Miss Jennie Jensen In the afternoon. In Ihe morn- ing at the Hank of Ilaywards will he Mrs. II. II. I-ong, and Mrs. Jack T. Can-Mi In Ihe afternoon. Memberships m.iy lie taktn out In person from these women dur- ing banKinc hours, or they may ba m.iiled In lo cither hank. KOVTT OKTS PR1XOE89 CAIRO. Farlda, lirldc of Kins Knronk. gave birth to a daughter Thursday, the first child o." the royal couple. HAYWARD BOG PRICES Quoted 07 Poultry Prod neon of Central California, at Haywtrd Large Medium -..................................3Kfl ........................................8M   

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