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 Shopping Center dresses up for grand opening and month Long Celebration shopping Center i newest Mecca in Eden township i for harassed shoppers desiring to Lavoid traffic congestion a Bijj Parl Jing meters Early this week began i to take on a festive appearance 1 for its gala two Day grand opening i this Friday and saturday to usher i in a promotion program to continue into december. Here arc a few of the Ziajor to be awarded absolutely tree in connection with Tho grand opening Choice of a one Welc a trip for two with Allex lenses paid to the famous Palm Springs resort in Southern Cali fornia or a Philco Iolo vision Phenograph combination set. 2. Boys of girl s bicycle. 3. War Bond. 4. 12 turkeys. In addition there will be of other prizes the total value of All to be awarded amounting to approximately on this Friday and saturday children visiting the shopping Center with their parents will receive free ice Cream cups arid balloons while the ladies will be presented hawaiian orchids. Also for the youngsters on Friday after noon and All Day saturday there will be free rides on a merry go round operating on the parking lot. _ president John Ken nay of Ala me a Homes corporation developers of Washington acres and the new Washington shopping Center and his mar committee wednesday announced that everything is in readiness for the big two Day Celebration this Friday and sat urday. There Are to be bean guessing and other novel contests in Many of the valuable gifts will be awarded. Participating in the shopping Center promotion program Are the following business operators Carl Burkhart of washing Ion Troxail drug store and pharmacy Doyle Shock of Washington Barber shop Al Lah Porter jeweler and watch repairman j. A. Fischer Ankor e. A. La Combe broker in real estate and insurance t. De Louis president of Louis stores Washington shopping Center store manager Waller Knob los n. W. Randy Lynch of Lynch Moat markets w. R. Mechanics shop installs new engine an additional 107 horsepower to its goo horsepower electricity generating Plant the i Csc mechanics shop of Hayward High school is installing Cooper Bessemer engine. The engine acquired through the state educational Agency for surplus properly is an auxiliary unit of the Type used on destroy ers during the War. As a class project electricity is generated for the boys gym football Field and vocational shops. The engine May be in stalled As an automatic starting unit starting when any of the other four engines Stop. The class is now overhauling and building a new foundation for it. The diesel shop has a total of 38 engines used for instruction purposes. Thai Woty Basket of a flt to awol la j you if you arc a Nawl Troniar to Tho ally phone your Welcome Wagon hos Roii below and arrange to Roc Olvo tit Oil Glufli. Welcome Wagon Grace Wilcox Hay word la. 2-0237 altar t . Waddell of freeway liquors or. And mrs. J. W. Powell of spot Deo cleaners a. W. Stauber leasing broker for owner j. Smith Knapp of old farm Nursery builder Kenney. Washington shopping Center is located on the North Side of West 150th Avenue several blocks West of Washington Avenue in san Lorenzo. A Large lot in front of the business establishments and adjacent to West 150th Avenue provides plenty of free parking. Your Lith by James c. Malcolm m. D. Health officer Alameda county health department James t. Duncan . Superintendent Arroyo Del Valle Sanitorium of Alameda county what happens to the person who is found to have tuberculosis since we have pointed out that 2g8 persons in Eden town ship have this serious disease and twice that Many More May have it but not know it you can see that this is a timely question it is important because treatment is often Long and costly and frequently it is the breadwinner of the family who is ill. The foundation of treatment is Complete rest in bed. However bed rest alone May not be enough. In recent years Many other meth ods of treatment have been Dis covered among them various methods of collapsing the lung and several new drugs. These new treatments Are available in any modern Sanitorium even in those cases that Are found Early arid in whom treatment May be relatively simple most physicians recommend a period of Hospital so that the sick person can become accustomed to stay ing in bed and can learn How to avoid spreading his germs to others. Often it is possible to re turn Home for rest in bed if the Home is Large enough to isolate the patient from other people and if there is someone in the Home to bring meals and give needed care. Where people go for hos Pila Bizalion in our county if the family can afford it the physician will Send the sick person to a private sanitarium if the fam ily is unable to pay for hospitalization the sick person is eligible for care at Arroyo Del Valle the county tuberculosis sanitarium. The need for Hospital treatment is the first stumbling Block be cause at this time there Are not nearly enough Beds to meet the demand. Wailing lists Are Long and discouraging to the family after it has made up its mind that the hospitalization is necessary. Frequently the Home is so Small that it is difficult to prevent of the disease to others in the family while awaiting hos with the limited facilities at hand doctors Are doing everything possible to help the sick person to bettor health. To meet the emergency the county his instituted a Home care plan by which patients Are sent to the Hospital for a Short time and Given instruction on How to care for themselves at Home then they Are sent Home and doctors paid by the county visit the patient to give treatment and care. Pub Lic health nurses Check on the Home situation to see whether there could be separate bed and a separate room for the patient and someone to give needed care at Home. All Loo often it is a Small Home with Many children and the isolation of the sick person seems impossible. Home care can not be recommended in such cases so the Hospital waiting list Irnis longer. Many people ask about employ ing persons who have had tuberculosis. We feel that More tuberculosis is spread from apparently healthy people who nol know they have the disease than from people who know they have had it and have recovered. During treatment oaten is learn How protect Oiler people and they learn the need for regular medi Cal Check ups. Therefore people who Are cured arc Well Able to return to work at a suitable Job. The person with tuberculosis is a member of a family and the health financial Security and happiness of the entire family is affected by the disease. You can readily see therefore that this is a problem for All of us to work on together. Annual Mammoth thanksgiving Turkey card party b e n e f i t o t All Saint s Church at auditorium All Saint s school Friday eve., nov. 17 turkeys and other valuable prizes i ssi oh.50c Pago 3 Tho daily review tuesday nov. A 1950 Pogo 3 crime commission in charge against dept. Of internal Revenue youngsters room celebrates Book week in Hayward the boys and girls room of the Hayward Public Library is celebrating Book week from nov. 12 to 18. All the boys and girls in Hayward have a special invitation to come in this week and read or look at a Good Book. Book week slogan this year is make friends with Are you acquainted with the Little girl who followed the White Rabbit Down a Hole or the Little boy whose nose grew a foot longer every time he told a librarian Gladys Conklin asks boys and girls of Hayward. Have you read the Black stallion by Farley or going steady by pm come to the Library this week and find out what happened in the Rabbit Hole and How the Little boy got rid of his Long nose. You will be thrilled with the Black stallion s race with a for est fire and All the girls will want to read Aboul Sally who decides to go steady with the boy next door. Just four of the Many books that Are Worth Mak ing friends with at your Public Book week is a week in no vember designated annually for promotion of Tho Reading and Sale of children s books. It was proposed in by Franklin k. Mathiews librarian for the boy scouts of americ ii and first sponsored by the american Book Sellers association with endorse ment of the american Library association. Three drown in Ley Pond Waters Denv ii said today one of three skaters who drowned in the icy Waters of a Small Pond died in an attempt to save a girl. The victims of the icy water were Walter Harold Olin 22, Fred Delgado ii and Jessie k. All if Denver. They were trapped beneath he ice sunday with three other youngsters when the ice of a Small gave Way. Walter could have saved him Benito a sister of the dead girl said. He tried to lift Jessie out of the water and both if them went Down. He Iff led her up twice under i lie arms before he went three members of the group were pulled to safely by other skaters after they plunged Inlo the chilling water when the ice broke. Halcyon students study background of Canada culminating a study of Canada the sixth Grade class at Halcyon school under the guidance of miss Louise Olson is working toward completion of several interesting activities. Class committees have been organized i this work. Murals depicting the historical Back ground of Canada the occupations of the people and the wild life of provinces Are being painted. A hand made movie of the Scenic wonders of Canada will be shown. Another committee is working on a diorama which will show Canadian wheat graincry., a Salt flour Relief map of the physical features of Canada will Complete the unit of activity. Posts the letter while Ronald Hunt seventh Grade instruct troche student sergeant Al arms Bayer student body on the Way to United nations Headquarters at Lake Success n. Is a letter ing signatures of 1150 Ashlar id grammar school students _ expressing their Pride and a president and Loietta Kawa pc citation for the work of u.n.,Tok student body Secretary and Carole Sylvester letter committee chairman of the Ashland student. Body look on. David judge Gloria Spangler student body children see Are department children of the l3 Grade who about the com the Hayward fire department Friday afternoon. Tho three mothers who accompanied Are studying manily visited mrs. Mork and her Markham school trip were mrs. Albert1 would mrs. Howard Foss and Norman Medhurst. After being m-1 Traduce to fire chief Silver arid Cape Iii Deniz the class Hadi an Opportunity to see the four five trucks with All the attached fire about the fire department ques bins prepared to ask while on t o for Oral reports of individual staid trips discussion about pro per conduct while on a Field trip writing letters to or. Roes sup of schools or. Ken Ney principal mrs. Madsen supervisor and fire chief Silver re questing permission to go on a Field trip writing riddles Aboul the fire writing two or three sentences describing Pic have drawn writing Tures they sentences describing pictures fighting equipment. They saw where the firemen eat sleep and relax while on duty they watched firemen Irry writing letters to _ the mothers their spare Lime mending broken. Toys and making new toys which will be Given to some Hencly Little boys and girls for Christmas. It made them aware of the need for toys and also aware of the fact that they can help by contributing some of their old toys for this worthy cause. Fireman Shaw showed them How to climb a three Story build ing with a ten foot ladder. Cap Tain Deniz showed the class How a fireman slides Down the fire pole. With Denis Adams As the fire victim Captain Deniz demonstrated the methods of carrying a victim out of a burning building. The children Learned thai each fireman has a certain Job to per form and that they must All work together in a spirit of cooperation to extinguish fires with utmost Speed and efficiency. They were told that they could help the fire department. A in numerous ways. It was p6inl Cal out thai closets and garages should be kept free of Riib bag and other inflammable Obj Els they should never play with matches that it icy should never turn in a false alarm. Captain Deniz told them How in in an alarm at the alarm Box. The importance of staying at the alarm Box until the fire part mint arrived was also stressed. They Learned thai they would hinder the firemen at work also endanger Peoples lives if they crowded around a burning build ing and fire equipment during a fire. In addition to providing an experience which develops genuine social consciousness a Field trip stimulates activities in Reading Oral and written expression spel Ling safety health science Art and music. Books related in the Community health science Anri safely arc provided for the child s Reading program. Activities in Oral and written expression included Oral Rind written reports on books placed on the bulletin Board and who accompanied them on their trip expressing their a Pruccia. Tion and to fire chief Silver for permitting them to visit the fire department. Safety activities included pro per entering and leaving of bus staying in a group waiting for instructions to Cross sir cols. Health attention was brought to the neat and healthy appear Ance of the firemen which led to discussions of cleanliness Good posture proper Diels and sufficient amount of rest and out door exercise. Stories about pro per care of eyes nose Mouth and Teeth were read. In science they Learned that ask proceedings against Industry on paper hikes Washington chair Man Emanuel Celler d., n. Y., called on the Justice department today to Start anti Trust proceed Ings against the newsprint Indus try for making uniform Price in a Lellen to attorney Gener Al j. Howard Mcgrath Celler said recent changes in prices charged by Canadian Mills give a Clear indication of violation of the anti Trust Canada products the bulk o this nation s Supply of newsprint. Celler Cilcy a recent Industry wide Price hike of six dollars to Back up his charges., the evidence of uniform pric ing practices historic in the Industry shows that Competition no longer determines newsprint he said. Instead deliberate and conscious parallelism in pricing practices has resulted in uniform prices on the part of All major producers and Sellers of Halcyon class is awarded Thrift Flag the afternoon session third and fourth Grade combination class at Halcyon school has been awarded the Thrift Flag for the fifth consecutive week. This Banner is Given to the class which deposits Tho most Money in the Bank through the weekly saving program which is sponsored by Bank of Amanca. Drawing pictures of things icy fire must have oxygen to Burn observed while on their trip Mak Sariri that water which contains eng a mural which pictures the i talc oxygen will choke a fire. Jarc department in action making Art activities included arrange folders for their riddles and ing pictures on the bulletin Bnard. Rhymes. Furnish and carpet your Home for less at Olive s knit shop 6059 Castro Valley blvd. La. 1-6086 knit or sew your Christmas gifts Argyle sock and tie kits 12 in. Doll doll Layette kits stamped aprons.98c Reg. Open tuesday and Friday evenings Jyh loot Happy and relax in luxury with your feet snuggled in a pair of Ripon grand for round the Home after a Day out enforce proper income Tivix collections against California racketeers. The commission named seven cases where it said the Bureau s intelligence unit had evidence that California mobsters Book makers gamblers and abortionists had not made proper tax payments. But it said that Treasury men who started a Capone to Al ii Traz had never brought about the income tax conviction of a single racketeer hoodlum or gangster of first rank import Ance in California. The wealth which is being Flor year by racketeers in California is proof that professional Gamb lers White slavers narcotics a meddlers Are evading payment of their lawful income taxes in very Large Tho commission said. It cited a Case where it said Bureau of internal Revenue Man was a partner in another business with a woman running a House of prostitution. Another Bureau official sought and received payments from a nibblers and abortionists ostensibly for Stock in a mining company it added. The statements were made in the commissions final report. The group has been headed by retired . William h. Stand Ley and includes industrialists William m. Jeffers and Harvey s. Mudd retired maj. Gen. Ken Yon a. Joyce and Gerald 11. Ila Gar Post president of the Cali fornia bar. Mobster Mickey Cohen of Angeles and Gambler Elmer f. Rom mar of san fran Cisco were involved in the com Mission s criticism of the Bureau of internal Revenue. So were Ernest m. Shinn chief Field Deputy for the Bureau in Northern California and pal Rick Mooney retired chief Field Deputy for Nevada. Mooney accepted from Remmer in 194g, the commission said. The Money ostensibly was for mining Stock but the com Mission said there was evidence that Remmer s contemplated in come tax payment was reduced by the same amount. Mooney prepared Remmer s re turns from 19 i2 to 194c, the com Mission said. Later a Lien charging tax arrears of against Remmer for those years was filed by the internal Rev Enue Bureau it added but said Remmer never was prosecuted. Mooney accepted from a abortionist with in come lax troubles and deposited it to his personal account the commission said. When Money emergencies Arlo phone or visit your nearest Anglo California National Bank Oll co. You need t he n depositor to get a Low Cost Anglo Bank personal loan up. Fast conf Montial service. Schino was described As a partner in the safety step sales company with Dorothy a. My arc cd. The commission said the Mccreedy woman was a convicted White Slas or who had operated houses in Salinas Calif. And Honolulu. Her income tax troubles Havo Boon settled by Tho pay ment of Back taxes without penalty and without criminal the commission said. Also it charged thai the Dep Uty in charge of the Salinas of fice of the Bureau solicited and got from another proprietor of a House of prostitution in Salinas and tried to get More. His punishment was returning the Money and Transfer to the sap. Francisco office. The commission said that the Bureau failed to follow an investigation of Mickey Cohen s income settled out of court on a wholesale bookmaking operation in los Angeles and let other in come tax investigations lapse. Julia Marlowe stage Queen passes on new York mar Lowe 85, Queen of Tho shakes Pearean stage for nearly 40 years died a lonely woman in a Holjol apartment decorated with photo graphs of herself in her youth and glory. For two generations of americans she was the epitome of the shakespearean heroines. Death came to her sunday largely to her bodily failure of old age. The Walls of her apartment at the Holczl Plaza where she settled permanently 10 years ago was adorned with stage photo graphs of both herself and her stage partner and husband e. H. Sol Horn. Lie died in 1933 at 73, with mass Marlowe at his Side. In recent years miss Marlowe had retired More and More Inlo herself. She gave away and sold off her costumes books and Iro pies. In 1044 she made her last pub Lic appearance. It was at the museum of the City of new York when she turned Over 17 trunks of costumes. The Schooner club of the Ash land presbyterian Church will be Enlar Laincz at Pland s Villa sat urday nov. 18 with an i o clock dinner and floor show following. Christmas cards ribbon wrappings a very wide Solo Clion baby supplies All necessities gift too Gulbertson s drug store proscription phone la. Free delivery in Lull 7170 Costro Valley blvd. Not of it o l q to v p f Eye examination make sure you enjoy of i ism i _ sign see clearly without Strain. A Trio Rought scientific optical examination will enable you to know fhe truth about your precious eyesight. Glasses prescribed Only if needed Quick la service smart at moderate prices. Examinations without appointment in anytime at your r. In 556 first St. In the Hayward strip evenings Hayward pm. Lucercio 2-3550 open daily 9 . To 6 . 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