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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - January 23, 1953, Oakland, California
/3 k i i it Knave o a k l a n d locally owned an locally controlled a i l y n e w s p a p e r All returns Are now in that reportedly secret meeting apr i Anent the Oakland political vol. V.lvii1 n nation. The two councilman who at tended Howard Rilea and mrs. Florence Fletcher Complete the testimony with the statement it a is n purely social visit wan no political significance what tvs. So what loomed is hush conference plot a city1 o Wincil Hassel now dimmers j Down an entirely innocent of f a i r. It n i l started when mrs. L \ Tchur and Hilca walked out tit meeting tit the league of Cal i fornia cities. Word got ii round that they and three other members of the Council had been invited a secret conclave. The other three promptly Dis c l a i m e d participation. Mrs. Fletcher and Rilea cleared up conjecture yesterday. They report that they Lef the league meeting attend a missions have at least one meeting the Highland inf woman member failed win a s s o c i a e d p r e s s. W i r e p h o o. W i d e w orld. The Tateo want ads main office 13th at Franklin phone e m p l e b a r 2-6000 in Berkeley 2040 Addison St. Oakland California Friday january 23,1953 25ddd no. 23 women lose move get Board posts charter amendment fails get enough votes for spot on ballot a charter amendment requiring municipal boards and com require appointment of i1","1. I ,1"0?1 a a Montvi women City boards and com " the Akland c Council missions. Favored the propos on. After r the improvement club the actual vote was 4 3 a f f a i they visited a private a i h mayor Clifford e. Rishell Home in East Oakland. I was in is no his vote but while this they both declare on a personal carries a motion City atty. John matter with no poli ical implications. Mrs. Fletcher Par ocular Lyem Phan if that in her four years of service on the Council she has a Corr attended or been invited attend a secret Polit ical meet 1ns. Rilea said his political l i be is an open Book but he passed along rumours of secret conclave involving other members of the Council which Wil l be checked w. Coll Ier ruled that five of f Irmatine votes Are required be fore the Council can take offi Cial action. In order for the amendment included on the Spring bal lot it would have had have been approved by the Council last night. The motion was brought by councilman mrs. Florence i. Fletcher who said she proposed the idea at the request of various and reported if confirmed. Women s organizations and other it could be of course that they groups Are Only social gatherings too. 0 old amendment note Din arguing for her motion four of the pro lessors it a it president Dwight Eisenhower etcher pointed out that one have been Able drive an creation already has a Only five of them Rode in in Uto for their inaugural Parade. The first president ride in a motor vehicle did so under a 1935 charter amendment. others have that qualification. Joining with mrs. Fletcher tragic circumstances. He was ref Council men Lester m. Mckinley who we get or. Order Macleod and Howard a Rilea. Opposed were councilmen Paul w. Heisey Fred Maggiora and Frank j youll. Although mayor Rishell excused himself from voting he k. ,t.,jar8ued against the motion. Hethe automotive Hiken a Hospital in a solid tired Chain drive Tiller steered Windshield less ambulance after r fatally wounded by an Jim i tin at b u f f a l o september 1901. Info Rma Ion on presidents it i v of Mir ton of thu plan Ovid cd by automobile facts r us " or in i i p n publication of the automobile manufacturers association. Only nine presidents have in Ord the United states during the automotive Era with Eisen Hower becoming the tenth. Grover Cleveland was presi Dent when he first american Ninde gasoline powered motor vehicle was operated by Frank Thirvin Back in 1893. That fent did impress Cleveland. He re Nicod even sit in one of those newfangled contraptions. Theodore Roosevelt who succeeded Mckinley. Was an ardent horseman but he realized the usefulness of the motor car and frequently Rode in them. William Howard Taft was Al ready an enthusiastic Motorist when he became president and he replaced the White House horses and carriages with Auto mobiles. Tradition died hard however and both Woodrow Wilson and Warren g. Harding Rode behind horses in their inaugural parades. This in spite of the fact that Roosevelt and Wilson had both used autos while Campaign ing in 1912, while Harding was the first president who could drive n car himself. Calvin cd Hodge was the first ride in an Auto for his inaugural. With characteristic Thrift Ness he picked out a Good used car from the White House Fleet and bought it for his personal up when he Lef the presidency. The Auto wat f i r m l y Stab i at first the Council discussed the matter in the pre Council session and reached the 4 3 vote. Mrs. Fletcher brought it up again in the regular session but the vote was the same. Groups mrs. Fletcher said had urged the charter amendment were Highland District improve ment club Oakland unit of the California federation of re pub clubs City Council last night prior leaving for two years service in the . Air Force. The Council formally approved a Resolution granting Macleod a leave of absence effective february 2, a major Macleod will serve As a dentist first for a Brief training course at Gunter air Force base m Alabama then at Kelly air Force base in Texas. He did not resign from the Council and an interim or substitute councilman must be appointed by the Council. Mayor Clifford e. Rishell said the coun cil May act replace Macleod at next tuesday s 12 30 . Meeting. He said the Council had not discussed the replacement As yet. Elected in 1951, Macleod s term expires june 1955. In leaving Macleod expressed his gratitude the people who voted for me for this experience. I have enjoyed serving on the Council and wish More citizens had the while my fellow councilmen and i have had our differences he said i feel Friendly and warm each of them and i wish say that each of them is doing a conscientious Macleod said he was proud of the City employees and members of City boards and commissions. In regard his successor Macleod said that when he had announced his intention enter the service several persons had told him they would like take would be for me vote for my own he said he intended keep up with the City s affair s during his absence. The Council employees and persons present at the meeting All expressed their thinks or. Macleod for his service and gave him their Best wishes. Macleod said he intended leave Oakland next tuesday. His leave of absence granted by the Council is indefinite and he May resume his Council duties when he is out of the service provided that occurs before june 30, 1955. Macleod and his wife Lucele live with their three children Douglas 14, Kathy 11, and Kristi 5, at 6091 Rock Ridge Bou Levard. New Hospital is named Brookside 2 rewarded for Camp fire Aid two san Leandro men neither of whom has a daughter last night received Luther Halsey Gulick National awards for significant service the Oakland Council of Camp fire girls. The men arc j. R. Trahern 444 Haas Avenue and Walter r. Mclean 391 Begier Avenue. Both Aie engineers Foi the East Bay municipal Utility District. The awards Only twice before Given in this area since the Oak land Council was chartered 30 years ago were presented at the Council s annual dinner meeting at the foothill masonic Temple by mrs. Bestor Robinson regional representative of the Camp fire girls. Named in Honor of the organization s founder the Gulick award is conferred by its National committee in new York on members of local councils who have Given at least five years i standing service. Trahern and Mclean both of Richmond Jan. 23.a name whom have served More than finally has been chosen for the 10 years As members of the coun new $4,000,000 Hospital being cil s Board of directors and Camp Seidel s trip lobby in capital of d school Boss will seek . Funds for Oakland plants Vaughn Seidel superintendent of Alameda county schools Day won the right make a three week trip East for Wash Kington lobbying and educational conferences. The Board of supervisors approved the trip by a vote of 3-1, with supervisor Kent d. P u r s e 1 objecting. Supervisor Harry Bartell was absent in los Angeles for a state horse Board meeting on county fair racing dates. Pursel a critic of official travel i said he did think it necessary Confer on legislation with Ala Meda county congressional Dele Gates when they Are As near As your Telephone did approve of lobby pressure by school superintendents in swooping Down As they plan on Washington on and Money measures doubted if the Public had Given official Sanction education and questioned the repeated absences of a department head from his local desk. More time on Job How can a business run unless we spend time on the Job Pursel concluded. Seidel answered by saying that he had written Quisel a number of letters on his work and received no answers although con ceding there had Bren a number of p e r s o n a l discussions. The school chief said he believed in backing up legislators by briefing them on the arguments and be ing on the spot when school Money is p a s s e around. He added that he is ugh Ting tooth and Nail get Money from out Side sources for county schools. His office operates full Force trl Bane Lyle Dennis Worden whose legs were stolen by o cat thief and then recovered appears momentarily petulant am he Waits for his legs be attached so he can take a trial spin on his new tricycle a gift from an Alameda Man. stunts but. Boy tests his legs on new gift tricycle by Hal Vejby Richmond Jan. 23.Little top Bottom for a few moments. Built on the Southern fringe of san Pablo. It will be called Brookside Hospital because wild cat Creek runs adjacent the site. The selection was made last night by the Board of directors of the West Contra Costa hos Pital District which has been mulling Over some 50 different the 165-bed Hospital is due for ing committees were cited for their work at the group s Camps at Lake Vera where they surveyed the site supervised build ing and r e p a i r work and established a water purification system Only other local residents receive the award since the Oak land Council was chartered were mrs. A. J. Williams retiring Council president and James Defremery chairman of Region x of the Camp fire girls. Lyle Dennis Worden received a tricycle yesterday. And he reciprocated with a thank you smile that spread from nere there. The 3-year-old Richmond boy with hardly no legs at All and enough gluing legs that were in recent pos the could make session of a car thief for four Days received his cherished pres ent from George Webb of 1514 lifted into the Driver s seat his smile switched an impatient pout. His legs still were on the chair and his mrs. Barbara Jean Worden was not fast enough getting them attached so a test spin. While he is in the Field Seidel Encinal Avenue Alameda. Webb telephoned he had a Tri Cycle his daughter Carolyn sue 7, had i planned sell it he went on but after Reading of the Little Guy s wish for a Trike when mrs. Worden was not sure Lyle Dennis would be Able operate the Trike. The braces Are rigid. With the flexible artificial legs Lyle will get from the Navy this summer the Little Guy will be Able pump the pedals heart s Content however. Nonetheless George Webb s or rather Lyle Dennis tricycle will not go into storage until he got his feet i knew i did then. Want sell it. It s his now l i. Mrs. Worden says the Little Guy lican women s clubs California a fwd of Alameda county Oak his place i told them he said Hind business and professional i did feel it proper for me Tow omens club completion in the Spring of 1954.have an influence in their behalf club of Oakland. Said a reporter walked through the apartment door at 700 Ohio Street with the gift. On the floor without his braces the Little Guy let out a shriek of glee that sounded like be a Trike Trike my Trike with sparkling Blue eyes he surveyed it from Stem Stern is adept at overcoming obstacles like getting about at Normal Pace getting into a chair or opening the front door. It la not Surprise me she assured if he starts pumping that Trike up and Down the sidewalk in Short time. Not like other children but hell have it run High octane gasoline spilled in truck wreck blocks traffic Walnut Creek Jan. 23. A truck Load of High octane Gaso line 5215 Gallons was spilled into a ditch 1,his morning when a tractor trailer Rig was forced off of Highway 24, two the Road then kept going. He swerved and put on the brakes avoid a head on Colli Sion and the truck hit the soft shoulder. As the shoulder gave Way Peth jumped Clear and the concluded. Itinerary mapped Seidel plans 1depart from san Francisco february 7 for Washington where Seidel is Confer with sen. William f. Knowland and rep. George Miller on getting the atomic emergency commission let land aside for the liver More elementary school District. 2push legislative action extend Public Law 874 by which . Pays school districts in lieu of local taxes in defense areas. 3confer with Bay area educational television association attorney on amendment of application for Channel 9 with the Federal communications com Mission. Meet with experts 4meet in Philadelphia on february 10 with detention school educational expert in Boston february 11 and 12 with Boston University expert in this Field in new York on february 13 and 14 with youth House authorities. 5attend and chairman Sec Tion of convention of american association of school administrators at Atlantic City n.j., february 14-19. 6return Washington february 20 for joint Senate House rules committee hearing on pub Lic Law 874 and further plan Ning with National education 7negotiate in Chicago on february 21 23 with Ford foundation for educational films at no i nue Berkeley in route from Cost j Oakland Pittsburg said he 8attend a visual Aid meeting was forced off the Highway by ital by incorporated " following in St. Louis mo., february 24-27 a car that turned widely into Purchase of the r a. Shuey Creamery by Diamond Dairy was reported today by o. M. Anwyl. President of the new corporation. Diamond Dairy has closed its facilities at 4706 Grove Street and the new firm will operate from the former. Shuey head quarters at 5976 Telegraph ave nue the new corporation will be come official next wednesday Anwyl said. Purchase Price for the r. A. Shuey Creamery was not disclosed. A. S. Schwatka partner with Anwyl in the Diamond Dairy is vice president of the new corporation. R. A. Shuey who founded Shuey Creamery 52 North of Here at the Oak parking overturned in a five foot Boulevard intersection. Ditch. Peth was unhurt. He Val fearful of a possible explored the gasoline at Between s1200 Sion firemen from the pleasant Hills fire department stopped All motorists on the Busy High Way warn bpm against smok ing or tossing out matches until they had passed the scene. The Driver of the truck Henry a. Peth 36, of 313 Colusa ave and $1500. Commuter Raf f in was stalled both by the Accident and a heavy fog. _ 2 dairies United in Oakland Deal formation of Shuey Diamond participants in graduation last night of vocational nursing students of Lanny Trad and technical Institute included first Row. Toft right instructor Grace Dunn Alberta Banks. Celesta Belton. Barbara Cabral Mori Corr Reau mrs. Ache Ingmore nursing professor of University of California in Trina Struc Tor Ruth Swanson second Row Huby Griggs Beverly Hammer Dorothy Hunt and Ann Kalway third Row Ellen err Louise Kramer. Madeline Mcmahon Dorothy Mac Rte fourth Row Beatrice Skipworth. Myrtle Taylor. Ruth motto. Mabel Pickett. Virginia Ray Effle Raymond. 18 girl nursing students win diplomas at Laney school rites eighteen Laney Trade and Cabral Marie Corriveau Ruby technical Institute vocational j Griggs Beverly , Dor nursing students last night were Othy Tunt Ann Kalway Ellen awarded diplomas in graduation exercises at the school. Presiding Over the ceremonies was Paul a. Thomas principal Skipworth and Myrtle Taylor. Assisted by h. Neil Wright eve Ning school principal mrs. Grace Palmer Dunn and mrs. Ruth l. Swanson instructors and miss Doris Watson student. Other participants in the pro Gram included mrs. Alice e. Ingmire associate professor of nursing at the University of California school of nursing and mrs. Ruth marshal r. N., a representative of the vocational nursing advisory committee. The graduates Are Alberta Banks Celeste Belton Barbara Kerr. Louise Kramer Madeline maj Salon Dorothy Maatz Ruth Motta Mabel Pickett Virginia Ray Effie Raymond Beatrice also featured on the program was the capping of 19 vocational nursing students who have completed one semester of training. Billing Lille Brown Clara Fournier Alma Gearhart Eliza Beth Huajardo Johnnie Jaskson. Novella Lee Albertm Means Lois Mills Melva Smith Doris Watson Dora Williams Clemen Feather River death Oroville Jan. 23. A Chester v. Sass 38, of Redding was swept his death in the rough Waters of the Feather Tine Wilson and Addie Wong. I River yesterday. A solution problems of every Day living read Norman Vincent Peale the Power of positive thinking starts monday Jan. 26 in the r i b u n e
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