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Daily Review (Newspaper) - February 4, 1962, Hayward, California The Best seller by w. Cleon Skousen will be serialized storting february 15th in the daily review latest news and pictures for Southern Alameda county readers serving Southern Alameda county a edition vol. 69 _ no. 141 Jefferson 7-5310 communism taken apart at school by Walt Taylor possible establishment of a University of Freedom was one the most intriguing thoughts left with patrons and supporters of Bay Region school of anti cd mum a ism. Communism comes to Power by deception. It remains in Power by Force. J this was one of the recurrent i themes Woven into the education-1 al fabric of the san Francisco Bay Region school of anti communism which closed Friday at the Oakland auditorium after a week of classes attended by More than j Hayward California sunday february 4, 1962 slowdown in traffic area under tight lid of heavy fog 15 cents 68 pages or. Fred c. Schwarz president j of the Christian anti communist crusade cited a possible univ i Sily of Freedom As one of the Long Range weapons in the fight t counteract this deception. Congo mercy Mission the statement about the univ i sity came at the closing Banque of the week Long session and a heard by about in the Oak land auditorium but was by the huge television audiences who followed the programs nightly during the first four sessions of the school. This was one of or. Schwarz parting shots at the cont Royersr which swirled around the school s sessions. It was attacked upon ils Oul Sel by stale atty. Gen. Stanley Mosk As a Fly by night opera Tion. Others too were critical of ils approach to the problem of communism. Before Start a variety of sinister and Mer Cenary motives were attributed to the school by prominent Bay area leaders. Majority of the at tacks came before the first class was held. But the school had its staunch defenders and supporters. Among them were civic leaders equally As prominent As some of the a relics. Opposition seemed during the week. Leopold Ville the Congo Dick Lawson hero o the Congo massacre town of Kon Golo completed another mercy Mission saturday the United a Lions announced. The announcement said the British officer Gol three nuns and two priests out of the Kasai town of sentry where tension Between civil and military authorities was creating a potentially explosive situation. Sunday Lawson 35, who belongs o the . Nigerian contingent vill return to sentry from his base in Lulu Bourg to bring out to remaining priests a . Spokesman said. The major faced up to hordes f congolese mutineers wih Noah no More than his swagger stick using his perilous Rescue of Church missionaries from Mongolo ast month. Champ Alan Moss 12, 1724 143rd ave., san Leandro representing Thomas Jefferson school was judged Winner of area wide Yoyo contests held yesterday at Roosevelt school playground in san Leandro. Young Moss is demonstrating his ability to Rock the baby. By Steve Rubiolo. Invades conference Schwarz takes on panel Many airports closed fog clamped a slowdown on traffic put a lid on airports and even halted Southern Alameda county drive in movies last night. The Livermore area was re ported As the one Clear spol in a sea of White which up until a late hour had t caused serious accidents. California Highway patrol re ported generally bad driving conditions and visibility was nil in san Leandro Hayward and fre Mont Hayward and Oakland air ports were socked in Afler Lale afternoon. San Francisco International Airport was closed. Head injury two were hurl in an Accident i the Hayward san Mateo Bridge. Daniel Mccoy 7, al Grenada was in satisfactory con Ilion in children s Hospital of he East Bay in Oakland with Evere head injury and a broken ight Arm. His father Timothy 8, was taken to Merrill Hospital Oakland with rib and shoulder Hayward motor movies Sta idiom Auto movie in san Leandro and probably others were forced to close and Send their patrons Home. La s Keaton wins Young gop reins Anaheim a in a dra malic finish to a acc lie Hany Keaton of los Angeles de sealed Michael Hudson of Burlin game for the presidency of Ihen California Young republicans Sal i urday night. J Keaton 37. Described by associates As a moderate won on the i third ballot at the Sale Conven lion at the Disneyland hotel. J the Vole Battle had been billed As a showdown Between the mod Erate element of the Republican party and the conservative Wing. Hudson called his defeat a loss for conservatism. A third candidate Jim Keyes of Laguna Beach was never in serious con Tention. The winning margin was provided by the Santa Clara county delegation which threw five its votes to Keaton on the third ballot. Until then in appeared the deadlock would a fourth ballot. I Keaton look 160 of he 308 votes u look 155 to elect. Though both candidates claimed to he conservative Keaton said1 he was a conservative Only in the sense that the Republican parly party of Keaton an attorney is a native of Czechoslovakia but now is an american citizen. He came to the United states in 1947, and attend of California al or. College voters face Money matter this is the first in a series of stories on the million South county Junior College dist. Hond Issue which will he decided by voters feb. 20. By Charles Peterson South county voters who last year voted 6 to 1 to create a Junior College District will be asked feb. 20 to Lay hard Cash on the line in support of this decision. They la decide whether the College District May borrow up to million to finance Purchase of a Campus site not yet located and construction of buildings for full time students. The College District embraces san Leandro uni fied school dist. And Hayward Union High school dist. The two districts eligible voters will receive Sample ballots and polling place information this week or next. One of a series i to dwindle by Leland Joachim direct a question to a panel which the school was acc As an educational project Only. Its purpose the acc stressed was to present the facts about communism. Few who attended the school disputed upon ils conclusion that a wide assortment of facts about communism were voiced. Among the arguments of the school s foes was that the facts to be presented were already Well known by the general Public that there san Francisco or. Fred by the c. Schwarz president of the was no necessity in them. Interpretations Christian anti communism Cru Sade invaded the Lair of his most outspoken opponents yesterday amid a popping of flashbulbs. Or. Schwarz walked into Nourse auditorium shortly after the be ginning of a conference called by a committee to examine what they Call the extreme Radical right. I Hope i won t be accused distributed at the schools. Trying to infiltrate this Ajio Lher panel isl Stanford uni occupied most of at with the use of false afternoon session. County threw five of the fog was spreading to Keaton. Hundreds of Miles of California. Windmiller said he is most con with due the fog was expected to move into Inland areas of Southern California Early today but prob ably will dissipate by midday. Among the Many factors Riding on the election outcome the construction timetable for creation of a per manent Campus is uppermost in the minds of Junior College administrators trustees and members of the citizens committee which is boost ing the Bond Issue. The temporary College facilities Are now located i in a Corner of the Pacific High school site on the first ballot Keaton got i in san Leandro. 137 votes Hudson 142 and Keyes 29. On the next ballot Hudson picked up one vote bul was still Short of a majority. Keaton aimed two. The Lead see sawed on uie third ballot through the entire Roll Callol county delegations and was Only resolved when Santa Clara seven More than students will use the old port Able buildings hauled Down from Oakland last year to create a makeshift Home for the College while it awaits permanent facilities. Another will attend Junior colleges in other districts at an estimated Cost of to tax payers in the South county District who by Law must in Sec. I Page 4 All is Well As planets fall in line san Francisco a a woman called the department of astronomy al the California acad Emy of sciences saturday and asked which two planets were go ing to collide with the Earth. We told her none of them said George bunion Cura Tor of the department. Even though astrological sex remiss have been predicting today will be doomsday As re sult of a rare planetary line up All is apparently Normal in the world he observed. The plants Mercury Venus Jupiter Mars and Saturn current y Are lining up in a sector of he sky As they move in their orbits at varying distances from the Sun and at varying Speed. We be had lots of Bun ton said but not Many were re ally concerned about the world ending. They simply wanted to know what really was happening. So we iry to explain see Story Section 1, Page i and slurs above feature Sec Tion 1, Page 9. Sunday scripture i for whoever would save his life will lose and whoever loses his life for my Sake he will save it. For what does it profit a Man if he gains the whole world and loses or forfeits Luke revised Standard version selected by eve. B. Vaughn Smith san Lorenzo meth Odist Church hoods in certain lurid b lera or. Schwarz said. I have listened with great interest to the Defini varsity political science professor John h. Bunzel said my con lion of the right Wing and Havel Cern is not what you personally listened with bewilderment to uie believe Many find it difficult to attacks on me. I ask someone to define. Uie right Wing and follow ing thai to Point out from my ratings or my statements where find out what you do believe. Thai s beside the air terminals in that area and al Fresno and Sacramento also were socked in. Seventh Day South county desperadoes brutal Bandit tracked Down Reading a list of speakers andl1 have followed the right a travelling Medicine show. I Seming quack cures o a Francisco slate populace. He said those attending the san Joaquin Valley had blinding fog for the seventh straight Day and Reno had fog he compared Schwarz the ninth Day. Liis is another in a continuing series of articles on lie history of Southern aim cd county. The stories will continue weekly in the sunday edition of the daily review. Panellists for the conference on one of he the Impact of me Radical right san like Reading a list of International relations the school May feel they be had _ a democratic part Ron Rolion to i opinion Loo was an admitted Pio Iessi. To part of the school s presentation. I makes Good none of the lecturers a coiled a list of facts about communism in an emotionless manner a n t without lending their own inter Bretalion to them. Who were the people offering the facts and opinions Gen. William Dean a congressional medal of Honor Winner and a Man who had been subjected to 37 months of communist brainwashing. He lectured on communist brain washing techniques. Waller Judd a former medical missionary in China. He spoke Aboul communist advances in i he far East. Thomas Diksil a member of the sen ale internal Security subcommittee. His remarks re Salt with mistakes the free world has made in ils failure to under stand the nature of communism. Or. Schwarz in visiting the con Ference made Good on a stale men he made Friday at the Clos ing Banque of his Bay Region school of anti communism in Oakland that he thought he would go Over and listen to their people explain what the Radical right is. Or. Schwarz was the first to snarled to answer. j Schwarz said he wanted to direct h d ibis question to ass. Sale atty Gen. Howard h. Jewel who Hadj there was applause and several spoken earlier to Start the Confer Boos and or. Schwarz was heard Southern Alameda county motorists apparently made More cautious by reports of Highway Slaughter 28 traffic deaths in a week in the Central Valley were keeping out of serious trouble but the Story was different else where. Ence off. J saying the answers weren t re Moderator Paul Jacobs. Directly the cry of reporter Magazine and Sui oui ult Ijuro now associated with the fund for members chorused. The Republic ruled the question had to he answered by member. Ten persons were Hurt in four accidents involving 20 cars on the Yolo causeway West of Sacra answer the was closed for hours. What s inside panel i Jacobs warned the audience not up cad 1 to shout or boo or applaud. 91 Isle e Werc More cd cols " an police could keep up Stanford English professor Irv Jwill Howe told or. Schwarz he sit. I ruse t Sec. Pm. John Sandoval Bennett Cerf. Previewer obituaries ill books Previewer Bridge ii 6 civil War i 10 c. Amory Previewer crossword ii 9 Dorothy Dix ii 5 editorials ii 8 finance ii Fine arts pc viewer Golden years ii Horoscope ii 6 photography radio to records recreation service clubs sports want ads. Weather. Women s world ii week in review Previewer i i i i ill i i 11 8 9 3 1-5 0-12 2 1-5 5 ing just be judged not Only on his statements but on the political coloration of his associates. He claimed every one is to the far or. Schwarz lives in thai world and he d better acknowledge Howe said. The fourth member of the panel was san Francisco slate College psychology professor Louis Levine. Asst. Ally. Gen. Jewel attempted to act inc what is meant by continued soc. I Page 4 al other spots in the country a new York Central freight train rammed into a in thick Haze standing freight near walk Ron ind., and four crewmen were injured. A uni cd air lines jetliner Landing on die Haze shrouded new York Idlewild Airport skidded Afler Landing Wilh i2 i aboard. A Northwest airlines Jet Wilh 107 aboard coming in High he cause of fog landed al. Milwaukee s Billy Mil chill Field and went off n Rii Many Inlo Snow no body was hurl in Richer Accident. By John s. Sandoval one of the greatest feats of Law enforcement performed sheriff Harry Morse of Alameda county was slag cd in when Morse was nearing the end of his term of office. This was his running Down of the infamous Bandit Tiburcio Vasquez. This murderer and robber was about the last of the famous mexican and Indian half Breed marauders who had preyed upon Pioneer settlers in North Ern California. With his capture a n d hanging in san Jose t h e Bandit gangs were wiped out and sheriff Morse could turn his at i e n t i o n to More prosaic culprits like stage and mail robbers. T i b u r c to Vasquez was born in Monterey in August 1837, according to his own he was said to be a grandson of an earlier Sun Sandoval Francisco Man who came to the Presidio Luiere As Early As 1777. When Tiburcio was 15, in 1852, he got into his first formal rouble in a dance Hall fight in which a Man was knifed in Monterey. He fled o Mendocino county and then As officers closed in on him there he went to the san Jose area and indulged in a period of apprenticeship under a cattle and horse thief by the name of. Garcia who was abruptly Hung one Fine summer morning. In August of 1857 was sentenced to Sun for five years or horse steal ing. Ill tic in the general jail Reuk of thai Var and escaped. Ital in seven weeks in arrested in county for thievery and once More sentenced to Sim q u o n 11 n where lie served not Only the new one year sentence Bill three More of the Terni which was interrupted by his Ese pc mines next Tiburcio made the Cen Ter of his opera Lions the new Almaden quicksilver mines which during the civil War wore booming to produce Mer Cury for explosives and gun powder. In 18iv1 Vasquez was imply Iii cd in the robbery of i Ilal Ian Butcher near now al Marten Tiburcio Vasquez who he relieved of and left dead after both shooting and stabbing him. The sheriff of Santa Clara county was unable to bring Down Vasqucz because he was always on the move some limes in the Livermore Hills sometimes around my. Diablo sometimes As far North As so Noma and Mendocino counties. Once Vasquez was wounded in the Arm by a rancher at liver More Hul made Good his escape. In 1867 Vasquez was. Captured by the sheriff of Sonoma coun by while attempting to run off a very Large Herd of cattle from around Pel alumn he went to san ii Colln for the third Lime and served Throo and one Linof years there until released in 1870. Upon his release from state prison Vasquez started gather ing a gang of outlaws around him in the Hills of the it. Ham Illon Range Back of Gilroy. His first stage robbery occurred al soap Lake 12 Miles North of Hollister. A few hours after this Vasquez and his gang waylaid Thomas Mcmahon a storekeeper of Hollister and robbed him of 5700. It was this robbery which brought sheriff Morse into the fray. Morse was visiting the sheriff of Monterey county at the Lime the reports of the hoj Lisler robberies came in. Morse and the Monterey Sher Iff set out to capture Vasquez and his gang. The posse flushed out the bandits and the Constable of Santa Cruz killed one of the bandits and wounded Vasquez Wilh a Bullet in the Chest. But Vasquez escaped to his hideout in the rugged mountains Back of Gilroy. New series when he had recovered Iron his Chest wound Vasquez started a new series of robberies. He Robt cd a stage on the Sim Benilo River. He stole horses from a Deputy s posse sent out to bring him in from the Hills tack of the new Idria chm bar mine lie robbed the Rnell Nindl sit. 1, a be a i

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