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 Page 4 the o daily review tues Day nov. T4, 1950 Page 4 Sunrise school gets special bus to take children to classes Sunrise school for physically handicapped children displayed for the first time thursday its. New bus which is the Only one of its Type in the United Stales at the thursday open House the vehicle parked in front of the special Sci ool for cerebral palsied children at 31go memorial drive demonstrated what can by done to Aid the Progress of those children Sunrise school was vandalized in july with the. Result that Al most All of the Interior had to be redecorated and nearly All of the equipment including plumbing fixtures replaced. Thursday s open House showed just what interested parents citizens and the Alameda county schools office have done to re establish the school in finer condition than Ever before the bus boasts the Only known ramp of its kind. Pupils needing wheel chairs May be Elva led into the bus on the double runner while the person shoving them walks along the ground. The Chance of Accident is greatly diminished that Way. Sex leu handrails and grasps Are placed throughout Tiu bus. Child Ren needing to be strapped into their seats have specially secured Bells of differing Heights to suit them. They Are sealed in the front of the bus. Twenty two children can ride in the seats and two in wheel chairs. These Are fastened to die floor while the vehicle is in transit. A heavy duty fresh air ventilation unit warms the bus and the bus is also equip Ped with two fire extinguishers. The vehicle which Cost was pin chased from the Superior bus company of hurling me. .richard1 o Hara distributors fur nishid All of the special equip ment free of h any ext gadgets Are needed to Aid the children they will i also be. Addic the Sunrise vehicle is the 51s Specia bus Superior bus company has equipped. Otto , the school s by Driver will Stop driving the 1841 station Wagon which has Sedivec the school till now in spite of its Many leaks in wintertime and lid Gin using the new bus pm mediate in. I thursday visitors saw the Larie sunny rooms with their Bright Obi Corat Ioris the physio therapy room where the Young children arc trained to use their Muscles the classrooms where Aca Djirlic work is taught and the play rooms where special tops Little hands to gain muscular control. Sunrise school was originated and spearheaded by a Small group of Earnest never say die parents who would not take defeat for in answer to their problem. The Ala Kheda county schools worked Sido by Side with these people furnish ing teachers and Many needed items. The Public at Large joined in the Effort to donate Money and equipment also. After the open Louse thursday they agreed that he nearly impossible has been accomplished at the school. I personnel directing the act Lvi ies at Sunrise Are or. Charlesl Lee principal Theodora Ryan cached in charge Toshi Tekawa Eacher mrs Margaret Kirsch ing physical therapist mrs. Luth Mohr and mrs. Jennie Rox erg Matron Arthur costello custodian or. G. I. Reiss Sale Ortho Peist. Eden chamber requests lifting of restrictions on housing in Hayward area directors of the Eden Cham Ber of Commerce Friday night went on record with their unanimous approval of n Resolution asking the United states National defense authority mid the fed eral Reserve Board to relax All restrictions on privately constructed housing for Low income families of the area. Copies of the Resolution which asks the two governmental Agen cies to declare Alameda county a distressed area insofar As the need for privately constructed housing is concerned will be forwarded to senator William f. Knowland congressman George p. Miller and governor Earl War Ren is Well us to the National defense authority and the fed eral Reserve Board. Another Resolution passed by the ten members of the Eden Board present at the Friday night session petitions the United Stales Bureau of census to rec the Easl Bay As a metro Politan area and to separate the business slate slice of Iho Easl Bay counties Alameda Solano and Contra Costa from those of the san Francisco Bay counties. In other business transacted by the chamber Board its members 1. Named Charles Russell Armstrong and Bob Palmer to Sorvo on the Cham Bay Bridge committee to study and recommend a Cham Ber stand on the Bay area Council s proposal for two new san Francisco East Bay Cross Ings. 2. Endorsed the youth Center. Heard a report by Dave Beebe on the defense program the Ashland area and named Bob Palmer and Warren p. Smith to represent the chamber at u nov. 20 meeting of representatives of All Ashland organizations on the subject of defense to be held at Fairmont school. 4. Heard a report of Tom i Fletcher head of the chamber s nominating committee for Cham Ber directors. The report is subject to amendment and revision 5. Asked the Secretary Warren p. Smith to investigate types of membership cards and decals available to the chamber and present Price quotations. 0. Named Joe Silva chairman of the chamber committee to pro vide Christmas food baskets for needy families in the Ashland area. Plans of Silvo s commit tee include of Wicker hampers in Large markets in the unincorporated area with the re quest that stoppers remember the needy As they Purchase food for their own families and con tribute canned food or Staples for the chamber s Christmas project. Russell de Laudani and mrs. Josephine Mayes volunteered to assist Silva on the commit tee. Laudani conducting his first Board meeting since he was named president of the Eden Cham Ber last month announced that the Board will meet next at . On dec. 4. A general meet ing of the chamber is planned for december with the definite Date to be announced later. Music not needed Memphis tonn. mrs. Henry Lanier can t sing play any musical instrument or read music. Yet she was written the lyrics to the popular Sunshine gift hikes Sunrise fund a Sunshine for Sunrise Dona Tion from Cannery warehouse men food Drivers and helpers local today brings the total collected in the daily review sponsored Public subscription Campaign to Neil the Mark. The idles contribution to the rehabilitation fund for the Sun Rise school for cerebral palsied children of Southern Alameda county will help in completing the rebuilding the Interior of the school which was damaged by vandals last july. Part time work information to be gathered information on the number of Partt Timo workers who ire currently available for full time work will be developed in the census bureaus current Popula Tion Survey in november it was announced today by acting supervisor june b. De a clinic from Ler office at 180 new Montgom Ery Street san Francisco Cali Ornia. In the current population Survey the census Bureau each North interviews a Rem a sent Ive Cross Section of Louse holds throughout the country including Many in the Bay area in order to obtain up to Date information on employment conditions n the i ution miss do Schane said. About one and a Quarter Mil Ion persons with jobs which nor Mally provide full time work were working Only part time in August because of Slack work and various economic factors Accord no to a similar study conducted at that time. In addition there were about 5 a million persons n the labor Force in August work no at regular part time jobs mostly housewives and Seli ool inc youngsters who wore either working snort hours from Choice or were limited to part time work because of Home or other responsibilities. The current Survey in addition to measuring the nation s part time labor Force will provide the official government figures on employment and unemployment in september Accordini to Esti males developed from the cur rent population Survey employ ment was the highest on record for that time of year. A Stimato at 01.2 million employment was 2 million higher hum in september a and about 1 million higher than in september of 13-18. Unemployment on the other hand was at its lowest in 21 months million. The Survey will be conducted in the Bay area during the week of november 13 to 1u, acting supervisor do Schane emphasized that All individual information re ported in the Survey is held in absolute Confidence and int Only statistical summaries Are Ever no place to go fort Worth Tex. officers just laughed when n Man arrested for drunkenness broke from them and ran around a Cor Ner and Down a flight of stairs. It was police Headquarters. Under their noses Spokane the Cigar stand operator in Spokane s City Hall reported that someone stole from his stand 10 feet away from the detective Bure Itti. Now he knows Kokomo ind. Robert Roberts 18, paid a Fine for n ride Down a Railroad truck. He Lold the judge he did t know it was against the Law to drive in automobile along the rails. A signal Honor came to Hayward in general and to John Marshall particular with Iho nov. 3 award made for a 100 per Coni score As listed by inspection under Hie health department and local Man . Honoured for milk Quality the announcer had just finished introducing to the Ayd Ierise he grand National Dairy cattle champions and said now we Are about to introduce another of of m r most wholesome food out cities milk. It is the hardest feat imaginable to make a of Mark under our judges rigid Asp Calion. These judges Are made up of our a Cath depart nent and representatives of the California dairymen Assoc a Ion. These standards represent the highest qualities obtainable her Foro it is almost impossible or anyone to score 100 per cent. Believe it or not for the first and Only time in the history of Northern California has n Dairy nun met All the requirements and scored a 100 per Marshall was then introduced to the crowd. Lie has been in the Dairy Busi Ness for five years and lives at 5553 Highland Boulevard. His Dairy Herd numbers 250 head. Milk is sold to Dell milk company. Marshall and his wife have two sons Bobby 11 and Gary 8 years of age. V Jack Benny Dinah Shore pay own Way to entertain London Jack Benny and Singer Dinah Shore will have the privilege of enter Taining the King and Queen at the annual Royal command vaudeville show tonight at a Cost to each of both Benny and miss Shore paid their own fares from Holly Wood when they heard Uhey would be Welcome additions to the show. C. It s for a show business Char Ity ins miss Shore said and the British have been so wonderful to those of us who have played the palladium that we arc anxious to do everything we could to make the night a Kllc Tosh dairymen s association the Only time in the slate s history such a feat has been accomplished. The presentation was made at the cow Palace san Francisco at the recent livestock Exposi Tion. Founder of Park system Alameda up major Charles Lee Wiklen who founded the East Bay regional Park sys tem died at his Alameda Home sunday night. He was 93. Tilden collapsed and died As he sat talking to his nurse in the dining room. Lie had been in Pool health since 1sm6 and had been in the care of a nurse since then. Born in Calaveras county in 1857, Tilden came to san fran Cisco at the age of 8. He gradual cd from the University of California in 1878 and at the time of his death was the last surviving member of that class. In 1881 he graduated from Hastings College of Law. Later he went into Busi Ness. His Public service included a term As president of the state b Oard of Harbor commissioners an Alameda City councilman and a member of the Board of trustees of Mills College 1 in lie founded and was chosen first president of the East Bay regional Park District which iwas created to develop recreational areas in the East Bay Hills. He resigned in Impi but remained an Active member of the Board which continued to meet at his Home. Bohannon Back on Job after faint David d. Bohannon nationally know builder Subdivider and Developer of scientifically planned communities including san Lorenzo Village was Back on the Job sunday looking after his far Flung business interests after suf Fering a fainting spoil in Berkeley memorial stadium saturday afternoon while a Spectator Al the . Game. Although not in a serious condition Bohannon was removed from the stadium and rushed to Herrick Hospital in an ambulance for an examination. Accompanied by mrs. Bohannon he was re leased i Short time later and re turned to his Home on the Penin Sula. Bohannon is 52 years of age and resides with his family at 115 Oakford Road Redwood City. Sunday morning the prominent Bay area builder and subdivide flew to Arcata by plane on Busi Ness in connection with his Tim Ber interests and Mill there. And know you re right Thim take enjoy yourself with California s Beer the Berthat f f x your own Ivl Washington Manor mass meet tonight a mass meeting of All Parent in the Washington Manor area has been scheduled for tonight at 8 p. A at san Lorenzo Vil Inge school according to announcement from Robert Vejby principal of san Lorenzo Anc Washington Manor schools. Purpose of the meeting is to select the Type of Parent organization to be activated at the hew Washington Manor school. The mass meeting has been preceded by meetings of the parents o students in each of the rooms a Washington Manor school where they have been acquainted with the Tsvor major organizations by which they May be the Parent teacher association and the dads club. At the tuesday night meeting mrs. R. J. Matheison president o Pheobe Hearst Council of the a to and mrs. Hoyt Hamilton vice president will further explain the purpose and Organiza Tion of the a to. Harry Lowden Extension and organization chair Man of the san Lorenzo District dads club will be spokesman for that organization. Stanley m. Petersen of the Almeda county sheriff s depart ment will speak on the civil de sense program for the washing ton Manor area. Entertainment features to pre cede the general meeting will in clude musical selections by the choir of the David e. Martin school under the direction of mrs. Dorothy Nan Dersey. Scout Gary Zorzi will Lead the pledge to the Flag. Principal Robert Vejby will serve As temporary chairman of the meeting which has been arranged under the general chair Manship of mrs. Kay Zachariades vice principal. Refreshments will be served at the conclusion of the meeting by room mothers of the first Grade at Washington Manor school and members of the faculty. Commandments of marriage Seattle Wash. the ten commandments of marriage Harry c. Horowitz demanded his wife sign landed him in the divorce court today. Mrs. Dorothy c. Horowitz charged her husband with cruelty saying she had been asked to Promise 1. Never to Embarrass her Hus band. 2. To pay attention when spoken to. 3. Never to smoke. 4. To refrain from playing the radio too loudly. 5. To keep her Telephone conversations under five minutes and to space her Calls. I. To refrain from making comparisons. 7. To refrain from harping on a subject. 8. To Cook three meals a Day Ivhon requested and at the hours specified. 9. To continue to do the things she had 10. Neyt to " keep her husband a. County agriculturists guests of supervisors at annual banquet Alameda county vintners Flower and vegetable growers who play a leading role at both of California s major expositions at Sacramento and Pomona each year were guests of the Alameda county Board of supervisors thursday at the annual Banquel Honor at the Villa de la paix. Arrangements for the luncheon were made by col. N w. Armstrong director of exhibits for Alameda county. Hayward exhibitors honoured at the event were Frank Horton the Okado Brothers George min Ami Charles Perry All of the Floral Industry Nels Nelsen rep resenting the Wood products Industry and e. C. Collins Hay Ward representing dried fruit Industry. Paul Rhodes Castro Val Ley vintner and Irwin Speed of recreation committees Are named new standing committees of the Hayward area Reci Ealion District s advisory Board were named As the Board met last week with superintendent Harold l. Teel. Albert a. Swain past president of the Board will head the expansion and finance committee which is comprised of miss Esther Mcstay mrs. Manza Blake and Ray Witcher. The personnel com Mittee is headed by William Bow Man with miss Amy Jensen and mrs. Marie Crowley As commis Sion members. Swain is also head of the pro ram and policy committee assisted by William Bowman and miss Jensen. Witcher Heads the building and rounds committee with miss my stay and miss Jensen As his com Mitte e. Howell Plemmons chair Man of the Board also chairs the coordinating committee which is comprised of Bowman and mrs. L. C. Robinson. The Courtesy committee first duty of which will be to prepare or a get acquainted Tea scheduled or dec. 3, is headed by mrs. Manza Blake. On the committee Are miss Mcstay mrs. Crowley miss Jensen and Swain. Purpose of the Tea will be to introduce the new superintendent and his family of the Hayward area communities the recreation District serves. To study cancer new York Pat my rally science editor of the american cancer society has Icen awarded a nine months Ful night Fellowship to Paris to Enible him to draw up a compre Len Sivo report on world wide re search approaches to the cancel problem. Nobody showed up Brazil ind. it was an exceptionally quiet any in court when judge Robert b. Stewart dismissed a Case for want of prosecution. The plaintiff the de Pendant and attorneys for both sides ajl failed to appear. The number of dwelling units n states has increased 23.6 per cent since 19 to. Hayward were unable to Bopre Cut. Distinguished guests in Wattem Ance were William Wright pres Dent of the California state Fai and mrs. Wright Harold a me Curry director of the state Fai and mrs. Curry e. P. Green Fai manager and mrs. Green Ker Nell Fry chief of exhibits at the state fair and mrs. Fry or. Pai Dolan president of the Alamed county fair and mrs. Dola i Wray Bergstrom county a manager supervisor and it Thomas Caldecott supervise and mrs. George a. Janssen supervisor and mrs. Harry. Bartel supervisor Chester Stanley supervisor Clifford Wixson i Ham Parks president of the a land chamber of an Howard Sipe William spa lir and David Silverman All of to Oakland chamber Edward Hov Ell Alameda county Admi Riison Tor and Sam Whiting of the Al Meda county fair and mrs. Who ing. Representing the United stat Navy were rear Admiral Murey Royar commanding office of the naval Supply Center i Oakland and commander j. G Dean. Also present were the Hon. C. Berendsen of the Califon commission of Golden Gate International exposition Mont Yerkes superintendent of the Ricu Tural department of the in Angeles county fair and mrs Patricia Henas selected to re resent the 3300 Alameda count employees at the banquet As mrs Alameda county officers present incl Al de p. J. Leonard bogies Dun Ning Eugene Waring Jack 3reen, Gordon minder g. E Wade George Stohlgren j Frank Coakley Harold Schulzf Charles Beller and Ross Mack. Favors for the guests Werl provided by Oakland China Anil lass studios e. C. Collins or chords. Frank Horton s Nurser i Avansino Mortensen Compani Oakland Flower shop twin Surj series Okado Brothers George Minami Charles Garrity Leslil Salt company Morton Salt come Kraf tile company Nell Kelson Shikano Brothers Vla Comber cider company. I served with the were the vintages of Cresta Blan Ca Livermore Paul Rhodes Hayward chateau crore los Amigos Vineyard of Mission san Jose Concannon vineyards Livermore Ruby Hill vineyards Pleasanton vineyards Mission san Jose Hal nest Ferrario s Anton and Frank Yards radio controlled cabs la. 1-4846 Hayward station at b St. Main Castro Valley next to Chabot theater thou Are invited to drive the worlds most modern car Tonii of lir world s Rouless rond in formers. Or really n Nash ambassador Miles per hour for 712 Mil Fth in official competitor to. 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