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Daily Review (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, Hayward, California Hay word com. 2 sunday Mardi we were sitting in Gas lines in the Bay area in the March 3-9 week that was those old Gas line blues were in the headlines again. Tie Odd even allocation plan was t making that much difference to motorists who were getting up at 4 and 5 . To get in a Gas line for two hours. The county Board of super visors was threatening to veto the whole plan unless some changes Are made. The Odd even gasoline sales plan has t shortened waiting lines at South county Gas stations the Alameda county official charged with the monitoring the plan said. John Moore chief of the county s office of emergency services said after a tour of South county. It appears to me that the lines Are As Long or longer than before the plan went into Moore added that it is too soon to write the plan off As a failure however. South county motorists May switch Back to a free for All system of buying Gas if the county Board of supervisors decide thursday to to end the Odd even plan. The Board said they would end the plan unless gov. Reagan made some modifications. They said the plan is not working but they made no suggestions what the modifications should be. Concern Over lengthening lines at the Gas pumps and other fuel crisis inspired aggravations dominated the Hayward City Council meeting. Councilman George Oakes said the fuel Pinch has started to choke off the flow of customers to the City s downtown area and to major shopping centers. Improved bus ser mini buses to shuttle shoppers to main be needed to head off a severe threat to retail business in he said. He also said that Gas dealers Are not acting in the Best interests of their customers when they do not stagger their hours for Pur Chase times. Fremont will Appeal to the Federal Energy office for larger Gas supplies after hearing about a third of the City s Gas dealers plead for More Gas. The dealers walked at the idea of setting up staggered operating hours and releasing these hours to the Public however. City manager Don Driggs pointed out that the City has grown by about 11 per cent since 1972. The year on which the allotments Are based. The number of Gas station closings and the Large area that Fremont must service will also be used to try and convince the Energy office that Fremont is getting a bad Deal on the allocations. Niles congregational Church was one of 10 Bay area locations where free groceries were Given away As part of the sym ionese liberation army Ransom demand from the ran Dolph Hearst family. The truck did not arrive at the appointed time tuesday because the Driver got lost but the crowd was orderly and patient for the extra five hours it took to get the food distributed. The Alameda county planning commission approved the controversial development plan for the Jensen ranch. The plan which would put 1.791 residential units and an estimated 5.000 people on the 828-acre ranch in the Cas Tro Valley Hills now will be referred to Cority supervisors for final approval. In area elections tuesday voters returned incumbent Don Dillon to the Fremont City Council for a fourth term and awarded a Sec Ond seat to Leon Mezzetti a planning commissioner. Union City elected Tom Kitayama As their first popularly elected mayor and sue Boyle to a Council seat. The new Haven school District Bond measure went Down to de feat. In Newark voters re elected mayor James Balentine and councilman Louis Cortez and chose Shannar Abraham to fill another Council seat. In Livermore Helen Tirsell. Dale Turner and Robert Pritchard were the winners in Pleasanton Robert Philcox and Joyce Leclaire and in the Murray school District Rob Ert Foster. The Livermore crime funds Bond measure won. But the Park tax rate was Defeated. A bomb exploded in an empty Shell Oil co. Storage tank and a letter from the Ameri cans for Justice threatened More violence unless demands that include lower gasoline prices Are met. Authorities said. Rebelling rank and file san Francisco work ers went on strike for higher pay despite a negotiated agreement to delay the walkout for 24 hours. Dianne Feinstein. Board of super visors president denounced the walkout As Wildcat and illegal. If we have to take a strike we she said. Malfunctioning equipment construction de lays and strikes will Cost Bart about Mil lion in lost revenues by the Lime the system is completed next year. General manager b. R. Stokes said. But even if everything had gone right in the launching of the billion Bay area rapid transit District s 75-mile commuter train system it would be facing a big deficit. Stokes said. In the state gov. Ronald Reagan s Odd even gasoline marketing plan is a failure and won t eliminate Long lines or shortages a spokesman for. California service station operators told a legislative committee. But Reagan s chief Energy officer Wesley Bruer. Said it is Loo Early to condemn the plan. He said problems Are being worked out. The Odd even plan As it is now in effect just does t work. It does t produce any gasoline. If it cuts lines it s just 10 to 15 per said James Campbell president of the California service station Council. Complaining that in is mediocre and in adequate. Gov. Ronald Reagan signed Legisla Tion allowing some Public officials to keep de tails of their personal income Sec Rel. Reagan called the Public disclosure statute a mediocre attempt to clarify the he said he believes it has weakened the original conflict of interest net o the detriment of the Public s right to but the Republican., Chiff executive said hat he signed it anyway because it resolves some of the problems in the major conflict of interest Bill he signed last year. A California Republican bucking the tide of democratic congressional victories elsewhere won in tuesday s special election for the vacant 13th District seat. State sen. Robert j. Lagomarsino was leading nearly three to one Over his nearest democratic rival and held More than half the total votes against seven democratic opponents. In the nation for the second time in this Congress the Senate passed a Bill raising the minimum hourly wage from to for 56 in Ilion american workers. President Nixon vetoed a nearly identical Bill last year but supporters said they now believe there is a fair Chance he will sign the new measure or that enough votes would be available to override any veto. President Nixon vetoed the emergency Energy Bill wednesday and the Senate sustained the veto by a vote of 58 to 40. In other Energy developments the Federal Energy of fice announced a boost in the March gasoline allocation for the states and the labor department said the number of persons claiming they lost their jobs because of the Energy crisis Rose to 292.400 last week 2.700 More than the previous week. President Nixon said he never authorized payoffs of any watergate defendants and told two aides nearly a year ago it is wrong that s for at his second news Confer ence in 10 Days. Nixon in effect contradicted a grand jury which has indicted his former aide h. R. Haldeman. Haldeman was indicted for perjury for testifying Nixon rejected payments of hush Money or offers of executive clemency to the original seven watergate burglary defendants. Nixon said wednesday he was pre pared to testify under oath that Haldeman s version was Correct. "1 know what i said 1 know what i meant i know what i he said. Governors of both parties said the country would be better off if president Nixon is impeached or resigns. They contend his personal problems Are creating a crisis for the rest of the country. Several of those attending the Winter meeting of the National governors con Ference called outright for Nixon s removal from office. They included for the first time a major Republican figure. Massachusetts gov. Francis . Former presidential aide h. R. Haldeman said he is innocent of All watergate cover up charges. Tanned and smiling. Haldeman told a news conference on the Lawn of his Tudor style Home that he has done nothing illegal or president Nixon s former chief of staff said he is confident he will be cleared of conspiracy obstruction of Justice and per jury charges. Democrat Thomas a. Luken Defeated re publican Willis d. Gradison or. In an Ohio congressional election providing a possible measure of the effect of watergate of the re publican party. It was the third democratic Victory in three special congressional elections in the country this year. Impresario sol Hurok. Who brought Russia s greatest performers to the most prestigious concert Halls in America died of a heart at tack. He was 85. An impresario for the last six decades. Hurok headed Hurok concerts a division of general electric s subsidiary. To Morrow entertainment. In the world Secretary of state Henry a. Kissinger was the target of an apparent assassination at tempt in Syria that was averted because his conversations with president Hafez Assad ran Long. U. S. Officials said. These officials said the attempt to kill the Secretary of state was to have been made last wednesday on his Way to the Moayad mosque an 8th Century shrine in the heart of Damascus crowded and Nar Row souk or Eastern Market. Golda Meir agreed to continue As Israel s Premier after apparently quelling a revolt within her labor party against her choices for a minority Cabinet. She was to submit her Cabinet lineup today to the party s Central committee for a vote of Confidence and sources close to the party said the committee was virtually certain to give the 75-year-old Premier the support she demanded. Mrs. Meir angrily announced she was quitting and walked out of a parly caucus sunday night after supporters of defense minister Moshe Dayan criticized her proposed Cabinet. Prime minister Harold Wilson Back in of fice after 44 months As Leader of the opposition looked for ways to ease Britain s worst economic crisis since world War ii. Even be fore completing his Cabinet the party chief invited Union leaders and Industrial chiefs to talks was Clear Wilson s first priority was to end the Coal strike and the three Day work week on which non essential British Industry has been operating since mid december. Wilson 57. Whose party won 301 of parliament s 635 scats in thursday s election will head a minority government in the Wake of conservative prime minister Edward Heath s Concession hat he could not form a coalition government. Heath resigned monday. And. Finally a Streak by about 40 University of Southern California students turned into a slosh As male students and one female non student ran Down fraternity Row in the Buff. The Streak staged to promote a weekend basketball game was viewed by hundreds and had been expected to draw up to 500 nudes. Promoters said Rainy weather probably put a Damper on their spirit. Must be willing to travel 1 South county scene for everybody who s vacation plans Are frustrated by the Gas shortage or who just has a Little voice inside that keeps them a wandering spirit this might be an attractive offer. Doubtless the Motorist pulling this wandering rental on Washington Avenue in san Leandro is joking. But think of the implications. It boggles the mind. Breakfast in Modesto lunch in Williams dinner in Weed. Each Daybreak seen with a new horizon seeing the world pass by through your apartment window. Daily review of. People Marjorie Wallace the 20-year-old Model who lost her title of miss world is shown above with her Boyfriend race Driver Peter Revson As they Chat during the trials at the Ontario motor Speedway in California. British organizers of the miss world contest claim she has not fulfilled the Basic require ments of miss her reign was marked by controversy Over her relationships with a number of personalities. Cuban Tennis player Aleida speck defected saturday and took political Asylum chilean embassy in Santo do Mingo. Chilean authorities said miss speck who won a Gold and Silver medal in the Central american and carib bean games being held in the dominican capital would be flown to Chile As soon As the dominican government gives her the necessary Safe con duct pass. The president of the cuban olympic Corn i 11 e e Manuel Gonzalez Guerra said he did t know Why miss speck had defected but said she. Was Imma he also said the defection was probably due to a Man Euver by . Imperial ism to discredit bit hop John l. Morkovsky of the roman Catholic hous ton Galveston diocese was re ported in stable condition sat urday undergoing treatment for injuries suffered from a pistol whipping. Police said two gunmen attacked the Church Leader in his Horn. Late Friday. He was very badly said one detective. Morkovsky told offi cers he was praying in his Chapel when two men came to the door of his Home and asked to use the Telephone to report an Accident. The men then beat and robbed him. Chris Graff above a University of Wisconsin Stu Dent is an unlikely candidate for Alice in Dairyland this year. The former High school quarterback and wrestler says several girl friends filled out the application for him. A state official says nothing in the rules prevents him from entering the contest. Sunday scripture therefore my beloved Brethren be steadfast immovable always abounding in the work of the lord know ing that in the lord your labor is not in vain. I corinthians selected by the Rev. Hugh Collett minister first Christian Church of san Lorenzo 15661 Washington ave., san Lorenzo execution protested in France Paris pull several Hundred persons demonstrated Here and in Lyon saturday against the execution a week ago of Spanish anarchist Salvador pair Antich. Police said the Only serious clash came in Paris when right wingers attacked the demonstrators. Both sides were split up and dispersed by police. Another demonstration by about 150 persons took place in , apparently without incident police said. Always on sunday delicious prep includes our delicious salad bar yours to enjoy eat As much dinner 24041 Southland drive 4ttlop.m. Center mom dad All their Chil Dren skate from 5 pm to 7 pm for Only. Plus 50c each for skate rental Southland ice Arena Southland mall Hayward 785-7750 7 Days a week

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