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Daily Review (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Hayward, California The Hail in Tiitu a consolidation and continuation of the morning news sunday March sunday summary i i new tape by Patty Hearst the terrorist sym ionese liberation army Breaks 16 Days of silence with a tape recording to radio station san containing 11 minutes of kidnapped Patricia Hearst s voice j j she charges her father with offering instead of an adequate food Giveaway to the poor. J in this the fourth communique miss Hearst says in a soft steady voice that if her father. Randolph Hearst had met the Sla s original demand for Worth of food for every Stark hears gasoline ills congressman Fortney h. Pete Stark s Livermore hearing to shed some Light on the gasoline shortage draws a gallery or about 200 persons but brings out Little in the Way of enlightenment. In the hearing Hayward Oil distributor Jack Holland com Plains of red tape in dealing with the Federal Energy office a labor Leader says he does t believe there is a shortage Andi an Feo official admits Agency shortcomings. Livermore people Tell Stark they feel their Valley Community is getting the Short end of the dip stick. Page 7. Mitchell changes roles some of the bystanders outside the . District courthouse in shout Sieg Heil and i Hope you get three but John n. Mitchell once the nation s top Law enforcement does not acknowledge the taunts. One by one they arrive until shortly before 11 . In courtroom no. 2. Seven of the most powerful men of president Nixon s first term Are together again this time As persons accused of crime. Page3. Nixon strategy surfaces with a rousing speech to governors and More frequent Public appearances. President Nixon is making himself More visible As part of his anti impeachment strategy. But the More cordial approach with the press governors congressmen and the Public is being blended with a sizzling counterattack through presidential spokesmen on those us suggest Nixon should or will resign. The latest in Nixon s series of watergate offensives bubbled to the surface a week ago with private White House dinners for some friends in Congress. Page 6. Mistrust icon election a democratic parly Post election poll of Cincinnati voters concludes that a deep and abiding a distrust of president was the clincher in Thomas Luken s capture of a traditional Ohio gop House seat last week. The poll conducted by Peter d. Hart research associates the democratic National committee closely meshes with a similar in depth Survey made by the Cincinnati enquirer after uie March 5 election. The enquirer says voter disapproval of Nixon was the vital Factor in the democratic Victory. Page 10. Crisis in different eyes if americans want enough gasoline to avoid inconvenience they will have to pay for it and Price controls will not work at the pump according to the Oil state economics of sen. John Tower. A Tex. His Home state leads the nation in Domestic Oil production with a daily output of 3.420.000 barrels. Ribicoff feels crisis sen. Abraham a. Ribicoff. A Conn. Now drives a Comet instead of a Mercury. He has Felt the Impact of the fuel crisis like everyone else. When i go Back to Connecticut 1 have to be very careful. All my engagements on any weekend Are taken on the basis of hat i can do on one tank of Gas. I Don t have a Gas Lank in my Back Yard. I have to go to the filling station like everyone else. I Don t have any special privileges and i Don t have any special gasoline station that lakes care of Pagel ghoulish strip is Here incomparably ghoulish is among the descriptions that have been applied to Gahan Wilson s cartoons. They Are also funny. Has drawn his strange cartoons for National uni Poon. Gourmet England s punch and for the past 16 for Playboy. Today he begins a sunday comic strip. It s hard to describe his work so we urge you to look for yourself even if comics Aren t normally your thing. You la find Gahan Wilson sunday comics in Thida color comic Section. Also in today s review Sandoval .24 senior Citi eos .11 sports .40-47 Stamps .24 television to preview theater weather .7 women .17-21 obituaries .7 Market finds .39 real estate .25-29 Binh Bridge .23 chess .24 coins .15 classified ads .30-39 crossword .39 editorial .22 Golden years ii Horoscope .23 1 Hayward California 713-6111 vol. T v no. 154 3 5 cents t Alvarado our own Brigadoon Bygar Tischler Union City the Story has been told about a Small quaint and curiously out of time town reappearing once every Hundred years people and time intact to live and dance once More be Rore disappearing like Mist and the last strains 01" a song. We know it As Brigadoon. Where the past lived some precious time to the bittersweet amazement of accidental visitors from the present. In Ger Many the town goes under the name of Germeshausen. But the Story is the same about the sweetness of a certain Lime and place being Given a Brier new that same sweetness lingers All Over what is left of the old Alvarado. District which is in a Small portion o1" the West end or what is now Union City. It lingers despite the steady Breeze of change signalling the approaching future. But Alvarado is not so much a sym Bol of a time reappearing As it is like a Corner slowly fading. Continued on Page 5. Madonna at St. Anne s Church Industrial Complex hovers 88 Alvarado theater left and old eight Ball Saloon

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