Daily Review in Hayward, California
14 Nov 1950

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14 Nov 1950

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Daily Review (Newspaper) - November 14, 1950, Hayward, California Showers 1 partly Wilh show ers this afternoon tonight and wednesday. Continuo a . Yesterday s High .58. Today s Low rainfall 24 hours.37 to Date last year.2.48 vol. 59 60 Hayward California tuesday november 1950 Francis Dunn turns assemblyman Francis Dunn recently re elect Ted Tor his filth term in the California legislature has declined a preferred appointment As postmaster of the cily of Oak land. In in informal announce men 6f his decision oct ii Dunn said he could t look Forward to be ing a postmaster did t want to give up being in Assembly despite us fact unit the position As postmaster of Oak land pays approximately s4000 a year More than tin assemblyman s yearly compensation. Having just been Reol cycled to inc Assembly he said lie feels a West coast company seeks permit Wisl coast meat company which operates an Abattoir on Madison Avenue Castro Valley Hasi applied to the Alameda coun by planning commission for a use permit to operate the old Hellwig meat packing Plant on Marsh Road in Alvarado and the retail Market in conjunction with the slaughterhouse. The permit filed with the county planning Engineer this week asks permission to use existing buildings and to build now structures As the business expands. Representatives of the West coast meat company today declined to commit themselves on the question of whether expansion to Alvarado will mean closure o Castro Valley., slaughterhouse. The Hellwig meat packing Plant has been in operation under direction of Tho Hellwig fam ily for some 70 veins. Founded by a relative of inc family nearly i rec quarters of a Century ago it was for Many years operated by the late Peter Hellwig and later by his sons inc Laic George and Fred Hellwig. The late Victor Lagrave of Hayward was in partnership with the fam ily Iii the operation for Many years. Mrs. Will Jane incl wig widow of George Hellwig said today West const meat company has negotiated to buy the Slaughter House and lease the retail mar Ket. Four accidents injure seven rain is cause three of four accidents which injured seven Rierson in the Southern Alam Dii a oily area yesterday were caused by Slippery wot roads. At . Jitian p. Salguero 28, 423 a Street Hayward suf minor injuries when a rear wheel of his car hit Loose gravel on a curve of Valle Visla Road and overturned his car. At 4 . An Oakland couple were injured on the Irving on warm Springs a Nail when the Driver lost control of his car on a curve and turned Over in a ditch. Treated by a private physician in Irvington were ruler l. Johnson and mrs. Johnson 55. The third rain caused crush occurred at . On inc cast approach of Dumbarton Bridge when till rur driven by mrs. Anno m. In Ilow 20, red Wood City skidded off inc Road Way and crashed into a guard rail. Mrs. Onslow and her two daughters Linda 10, and Janet a were treated lit Sequoia hos Pital in Redwood City. John s. Williams 4, grandson of Lena m. Denny 00, 3514 East Avenue , suffered minor injuries when he fell out of the car his grandmother was driving on Niles Road at 4 . Yester Day. Mrs. Denny Siirid the Back door came open accidentally and the child fell to the Roadway. She took him to Fairmont hos Pital where he was treated and released. Moral obligation to Complete the Job. His formal declination of the appointment is Enro Ute to con Gressman George p. Miller by mail today he asserted. Dunn said to was offered the Oakland Post mastership by congressman Mil Ler soon after the Post was vacated by the deals of the late Post master Steve Graham. The assemblyman said he believes the Post will now be offered to Joe Chaudet business manager of Tho East Bay labor journal who has Long been Active in democratic circles. He said., Chaudet has signified that he will accept the appointment. Goes to front Seoul Korea up layer clothing to protect Allied troops against the bitter cold of the korean Winter is being rushed to the front As fast As badly strained Supply lines will permit. A front line Survey today showed that Loo Many go s Are still wearing Cotton fatigues in the near Zero cold of the North korean mountains hut Woolen clothing of All descriptions is reaching the front in Ever in creasing quantities. In Tokyo an army spokesman said the northernmost troops either have or will have Winter clothing right warm clothes were late in arriving because Allied spearheads outran their Supply lines in last race for the Man Hunan Border. Every available facility had to to used for a time to and gasoline and there were times when even food ran Short. Oer copy three of 11 candidates for Queen of the Eden Community recreation Center Are Charlene j6os, Dolores Orrey and Pat Boncher shown left to right above. Members of this Trio and other candidates want the sponsorship of Ashland organizations for their Campaign As candidates for the Honor of Center Queen. The successful candidate will be crowned at n Coronation Ball which will officially open the Center. Candi dates have voluntarily offered in forego prizes for their Par Lic ipalion in the Queen contest in order that All receipts of the Coronation Ball shall go to aug Community Center rehabilitation funds. Wet weather to continue Tho Weatherman predicted More wet and Cool weather for California today and tomorrow. The prediction for the Northern and Central parts of the slate was for showers and Cool temperatures today Loni Ghl Nad wednesday with Snow above 4000 feel. Occasional rain and Snow in the mountains were in Prospect for Southern California along with continued Cool weather. Yesterday s showers brought san Francisco .30 inches of rain by evening and increased the sea onal total to 3.04, the Normal Fig ire last year to Date was 1.30 riches. In the Foothills of the los an Kells area nine than 1.50 inches if rain was measured yesterday. Seven inches of new Snow fell in the ground Al soda Springs in the sierras. The California stale Automo Pic i bile association reported Winter highways were open with chains required Over u. S. Highway 40 Between Bax Lei s and Donner Lake. They wore not mandatory on u. S. 50. Arc you having wedding candid taken Don l t Iko a Chat inca on boing badly disappointed Don t ent Rulf future Moira riot to an Amateur engage an apor longed photographer who Hai pro fld hit ability for professional Levica and Quality Leon s studio 594 Castro St. I. T-3747 Tho cite Council of Hayward got off the dime on off Street parking last night and i rescinded a Resolution authorizing condemnation against one of eight pieces of property required Lor tin Interior downtown lot 2 passed a Resolution authorising condemnation against All eight property owners and 3 directed the City manager to negotiate with any of the eight wishing to sell their Interior space without oing to court. V going 1 the action came after nearly privately agreed to sell hip prop erty to inc City but a few hold oils killed private negotiation the Council pointed out thai condemnation against All eight was merely a Legal Means of As Suring Purchase of All. The Neces sary property. It will not hinder. For information on water Nina quarantine Over tomorrow Sacramento up Nina Honey Bear Warren polio stricken daughter of California s i r i i r Sale before condemnation of any i five months spent in negotiating with the properly owners in inc Block bounded by a main b and Castro streets. Most of them had racketeers. Thrive in Fla. Miami Fla. Racketeers made so much Money under Florida s Liberal allude toward gambling they were Able in Eor a draws said. At the present Only nip almost every phase of civic i one Entrance and exit Are Rales Over night parking and governor will be , defense in quarantine Ber said today. The quarantine imposed Oil three other Warren children will Page 2 it seems Likely that More than Hall of the parcels will be Pur half of the parcels will be Pur Issue goes to court. Purchase Wes authorized from parking meter funds with final improvements and final property payments to be made from Rev Enue Bond funds As authorized by Hayward voters last june the lot will House More than 100 Hulos cily planner Ellon an life on the Gold coast grand jury records showed today. In closing nut a four month investigation of Dade county Gambl ing the Racket busting jury is sued a blistering 50-Page report yesterday Loback up its indict ment of 53 individuals and seven corporations. Crime commission blasts fed. Agency the California crime commis Sion issued ils final report today charging that the Federal Bureau of internal Revenue has been Lux a enforcement of income lax collections in the stale. For the Complete Story see Page 3. Sheriff urges participation of All in civil defense work the Only Arsenal worthwhile in the world today besides Russia s is the United states if said Alameda county Deputy sheriff Jack Gleason who recently assumed the Post of Alameda county civil defense coordinator when he spoke to More than 150 san Lorenzo Vil Lage residents at the Community Center last Nir he and outlined the program for civil defense in the Community. Stressing thai the Only thing we have on our Side is time and following the Federal and state policy of education and Aid programs without creating alarm and sheriff Gleason outlined a flexible pro Gram of civil defense for san Lorenzo Village. Tho pamphlet survival under atomic attack was distributed and sheriff Gleason pointed out the office of civil defense re print of the official u. S. Govern ment Booklet dispels Many exaggerated fears and opinions regard ing the a bomb. Sheriff Gleason urged All men and women at the meeting to in list their services for a Mutual Aid civil defense program in san Lorenzo Village. He praised the Village Volunteer fire depart ment and chief Tom Ducey who is chairman of the san Lorenzo civil defense committee for the work they have underway in this area. He also praised the medical men who have already outlined a program for civil roof onto in the h Cal of n disaster men Ami women should lie enlisted for every phase of civil de sense in which they would per form the highest service because of their abilities he told auxiliary firemen police nurses medi Cal engineering communications first Aid red Cross were some of the classifications where training is Ching made available. Applications for Volunteer civil corps arc available at the Jinnies As Sci Ilion office in the Community Center i i Naseo Grande. Sheriff Elci inn stressed that in this country we do not want regimentation we could Sci up a military defense control but that is not the american rather he pointed we Are trying to do this the american Way through volunteers As England did during world War ii without any loss of civil he emphasized that if disaster strikes in nil probability san Lor Enzo s responsibility would to to assist in taking care of Casi allies and handling inc influx of evacuees. Proper auxiliary groups could bundle the emergencies it ency were Advance to to properly trained in sheriff Gleason was introduced by Homes Assn. President mar Vin Richardson who told that san Lorenzo has in following the re commendations of the already functioning civil defense com unit co authorized the purchasing of Worth of disaster and emergency equipment among which is a i Misli truck planned but an additional Means of Access can be expected in the future he said. Andrews could give no estimate of the total Cost or of the time it will take to put the lot into oper Aion. This gets under Way the second City Purchase of property for of so ret parking. Last month the Council spent s for a piece of property immediately South of the City Hall. Gop won t Laws that can Washington up Senate republicans made it Clear today they won t join in any nine Duck drive to pass legislation mint can Wail until next year when lie gop will have a bigger voice in Congress signs of developing the while under observation. But pretty 17-year-old Nina will not be Able to leave the hos Pital for another two weeks or. Junius a Harris said. The Active cheerleader before she was hospitalized on election exorcising her partially paralysed legs yesterday. If drunk a can t win an ordinance making it Ille Gal to be in an automobile on Hayward streets while under the influence of that intoxicating stuff was adopted by the Hayward City Council last night. The ordinance closes a Loop Hole in the previous Law where the police could not arrest a drunk person behind the wheel of a parked Auto. It closes another loophole Loo. You can t fib about the alcohol you be consumed. It s agin the Law to Mako a false report to a Law enforcement Oss her. Hie. In jail. Tokyo wednesday u. S. 7th division infantrymen plunging Waist deep across two icy North. Korciu.1 Rivers suddenly resumed their attack tuesday toward the manchurian Border Only 25 to 30 Miles away. At the Northwestern end of the Allied 250-mile line however the South koreans met new reserves fighting in Snow and cold that even chilled men in their sleeping bags the Rok 8th division recaptured Tho key High Way town of to Chon Only to be thrown out later by fiercely counter attacking chinese reds. Hok 7ih division units took a commanding Hill near Waw an Over looking the Kunu to Chon Highway but they too were chased off by re grouped communists. East and North of the u. S. He and South korean 2nd corps u. S. Marines slogged slowly for Ward Over Snow covered mountains to within two Miles of the prize chosen Reservoir. They expected to reach the Southern tip of the Reservoir main source of Korea s Power late tuesday or wednesday. Elsewhere the severe cold brought other activities to a Vir Tual standstill. American Mustangs attacked a Well camouflaged enemy truck Convoy near Takchu on one of the main roads leading South from Manchuria. They destroyed 33 out of minute scuffle. Meanwhile Union leaders threatened to order southwestern Bell system operators to strike m six states today if the com Pany locks out workers Refus ing to Cross Western Al citric hit and run picket lines the threat to extend Chr nationwide walkout of West Ern Klc cleric installation men came is members of the conv Nunica tons workers of America Cio filed unfair labor practices can Rios with regional National labor relations Board offices in it least four cities. Frank i. Lonergan vice presi Dent of Cwa division 20, said in St. Louis the southwestern Bell six stale system will Hii Ivo n strike on ils hands today it it tries to keep off the Job for not crossing picket lines on earlier shifts. Cwa division 20 represents about of the pm Noyes of southwestern Bell in Missouri Arkansas Kansas okla homa. Texas and Purl of Illinois. The company said a full fledged strike would slow Long distance service but not Force it on an emergency dial operated local services in the six state area would not be affected much although the com Pany s Many manual systems would operate with difficulty. The Cwa charged that it least members were locked out yesterday in retaliation for the Union s hit and run picketing Lac tics at Bell system and Amori Cyin Telephone Telegraph company exchanges throughout the country. Company spokesmen said the charges were fall aspic and a Union protests against and Bel efforts to keep their local and Long distance operations working smoothly developed As negotiations remained deadlocked in the 43-Slale walkout by Western electric workers and 000 Michigan Bell Telephone operators. East Side of tie Bay. The property which is t shaped fronts on the Boulevard with a Westerly Access on red Wood Road. At present Ioc by 150 feet facing the Boulevard is Black topped and equipped with a modern outdoor lighting sys Tern. The location is being used As a used car sales lot until build ing of the three main structures is begun. An Entrance from the Boule Vard As Well As Redwood Road will permit easy mane vering of Large trucks and trailers on and off the property. Duemling says the concern will eventually employ upwards of 400 men most of whom will be from the Castro Valley area. Men with technical skills As Well As skilled labor will be required. A fourth building near the front of the property will House a display room to show products manufactured at the plants which Duemling explains will be geared to easy conversion in the event the government makes manufacturing demands. Castro Valley was selected for the location of the new firm Duemling revealed because a re cent state traffic count showed vehicles pass the Redwood Road Castro Valley Boulevard intersection every 12 hours and that crafts needed for the opera Tion and maintenance of the plants Are plentiful in this area. Duemling a mechanical Engi Neer purchased a Home on Cotter Way about six weeks ago. He is former general manager of the Richmond Ford Plant and was one year Wilh Pete built truck company before Corning to the Castro Valley location. Prior to his employment on the West coast he worked for 20 years for a steel firm in Pittsburgh a. Canaries too not turkeys the Deputy sheriffs who oper ate out of the Hayward sub Sta Tion Are known for their Calm appraisal of nearly any crime but even they Are a bit flustered Over the latest report of a grand theft. Pigeons they had looked for before but until yesterday. And not just u few canaries who might have flown the Coop but 59 of the Birds some Pedi Gree some of mixed Breed. All told they Are valued at on the Canary Market. John e. Santos 35, who lives on Lincoln Road in Newark is the one who reported the theft. The feathered friends were in a Cage at the rear of his Home. They could not have escaped Santos said because the Coop was escape proof. Some of the trained vocalists Are valued at or apiece. All of the Pedigree Birds Are banded and can be the fowl equivalent of a Finger print. The investigating deputies Are now covering the pet shops of the Aren for someone trying to peddle the hot Birds. It being Only a week or Solo thanksgiving some say the Birds will never be found again unless the thief is caught before dinner time nov. 23.__________ education accented in Optimist week the accent of Optimist week today is optimism and Educa said Lloyd Dias president of the Hayward Optimist club this morning. Knowledge is the most powerful weapon Man can have in his fight to end intolerance bigotry greed and knowledge he pointed out is not to formal education alone formal education in our schools and colleges is an import ant said president Dias but we cannot Overlook the fact thai the informal education our boys receive from playmates from lie things that read in news and the demonstrations of responsibility by older men is the real pc y of sound development Frain youth to the Finoff in italian Days a week Dally Sun. Holidays 1-9 128 Castro St. La. 1-9892

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