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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - March 1, 1953, Oakland, California
2.a Oakland Tribune sunday March i 1953 Fred Cross month starts today in i Alameda county goal today opens red Cross township where the drive will in Alameda county. With a county goal of will make Home to visits to enrol All Resi dents in the great humanitarian the Start of the Campaign will signalled by president Dwight Eisenhower who will add in in Jessive authority to the event be restricted to making a col Lection place available. Some 1400 volunteers will fan Cut through the residential areas of Berkeley Albany and Ken Sington under the Berkeley chairmanship of Fred Swan with mrs. Gerald Hagar heading the residential solicitation. Under the agreement entered into by the red Cross chapters supporting it in a radio and and the Una Tell crusade the red Cross did not share in Money collected from the residential areas in the crusade drive last fall. The National red Cross Chap ters reserved the right to collect address today. Calls in Alameda Bugle Calls will be Wieard throughout the City at . Tomorrow to signal the of its drive. Alameda and Encinal High school Roth Ujj Andsen will be stationed at Points around the City to announce the Start of Volun Teers Campaign to enrol Mem to raise funds needed for chapter activities. Oakland s regiment of Volun tears was Given the get ready set go sign at a Kickoff lunch Eon at the Oakland chapter head 90s fallen Street. The Oakland chapter has Juris diction Over All of Alameda Bounty with the exception of and Alameda. The will include Walnut Creek san Leandro Hayward san to Village Castro Valley and exceptions will be and Washington my fellow americans the american red Cross is one of the free institutions which has helped to make this country great. What people do through the red Cross they do in the spirit of free men and women voluntarily giving of themselves to help their neighbors in time of personal tragedy disaster or emergency. There Are 3700 red Cross Chap ters making up one american red red Cross. Three who know i have Here at the White House three guests whose personal experiences have Given them a vivid understanding of what the red Cross Means. Here is Captain Bernard Abrams who served in Korea As a company commander in the presents Berkeley Albany division. Captain Abrams Jerville Piedmont and me that red Cross Field i West of Lakeshore Avenue and i rectors and army chaplains Al Juhe municipal auditorium Mil ways got to his unit when there represents Alameda East were personal or family prob Jaq Aukiand and Southern Alameda hems to handle for his men. And Bounty Condon represents con when he himself was critically Itra Costa and Solano counties wounded he received Large Quan 3here Are addresses t of National and legislators . Sen. William f. Knowland and . Sen. Thomas h. Kuchel i Senate office building washing Jon . Rep. John j. Allen jr., rep. George p. Miller and rep. Robert Condon. House office build ring Washington . Allen rep 1953 goal in the residential of blood procurement for pain this Spring. Of the total Alameda county red Cross budget need of 054, the United fund in january netted that leaves a balance of which it is hoped will be collected in the present drive. Red Cross officials Point out budgetary requirements of the organization have increased since the goal was submitted to the United crusade. New and important commit ments include the collection of blood for processing into Gamma globulin for prevention of the paralysing effects of polio. The remaining portion of their i then there is the Ever present Eisenhower asks support for red Cross fund drive following is the text of president Eisenhower s message appealing for funds for the american red Cross state senators and Assembly Inen the state Capitol building Calif. Alameda sen. H. Breed or. Assembly Francis Dunn jr., 13th District Randal f. Dickey 14th Luther h. Lincoln 15th Marvin 16th William Byron Rumford 17th Thomas w. Cal a Flebott 18th. Contra Costa county George Miller or. Assem Donald d. Doyle 10th s. C. Masterson Lith. Cities of plasma and blood. And i have with me Little Susie Giardina of Brooklyn new York who suffers from Colley s Ane Mia. She is six and a half years old. In the past four years she has received nearly 150 pints of blood donated through the red Cross. She is still receiving blood each month. My third guest is miss bar Bara Hussey who served As a recreation worker in hospitals in Korea during the bitterest of the fighting. The men and women of the red Cross give their time and their skill and the hard work of their hands but Only you and i the people acting together give them the resources they need to carry on the great work. This year the red Cross needs to do its Job. It also must collect pints of the armed forces for civil defense for civilian sick and for those most precious civilians of children. For now the red Cross joins in the fight against infantile paralysis by providing Gamma globulin which helps to prevent the crippling effects of polio. Who gets help this year your red Cross serves the men and women of a military establishment nearly Strong of them still enduring the Rigours and dangers of korean combat. Your red Cross will serve in an unknown number of disasters. No one knows where these calamities will take place. But everyone knows that the red Cross will be there. My fellow americans i know the red Cross. I have known it in peace and in two world wars. Whatever the time or the need it is dedicated to strengthening the nation by helping people to help themselves and their neigh Bors. It is ready to serve. But Only american can keep it ready. I feel that it is one of our american privileges to support the 1953 fund Appeal of the american red Cross. The armed forces specifically the men on the battlefields of Korea. The red Cross is collecting the blood for production into Gamma globulin and is paying for the fractionation processing and packaging. Supplies of Gamma globulin will be turned Over to the office of defense mobilization by the red Cross As they come from the laboratories. All allocations of Gamma globulin will be made by the Odd. Action drive the intense spirit of the Campaign is shown by Alameda s plan to have a concentrated two hour membership drive tomorrow . From o clock when the butlers will blow the Start ing signal until ., it will be an action Campaign. Then workers will report to the chapter House 2017 Central Avenue Alameda for a Progress rally to see How much of the Campaign they completed. Mrs. Everett Fisher is Ala Frieda s Campaign chairman. C. A. Golly american Trust Branch Bank manager and civic Leader Heads the Oakland red Cross fund drive. Wor1. n Ati state anti red voice reported stilled new York feb. Two voice of America officials testified today that the state department ordered suspension of anti communist broadcasts to Israel last two weeks after the Prague anti semitic trials. The officials told a Senate subcommittee headed by senator j Mccarthy a that that was just the time j est the world s unconquered Tail when such broadcasts should j est Peak in the Spring of 1954. People just office of state rep. Jim Bruton of gon Way county Arkansas was deluged with letters telegrams and Telephone Calls after he submitted a Bill that would slap a annual tax on bachelors. Some threatened to leave the state. Unmarried girls rallied to the support of the bachelors. Newspaper editors wrote stinging editorials. Bru ton a happily married Man with two sons hurriedly withdrew his Bill explaining it was All a mashed ably the maddest potato Farmer in the Semi socialist state of new South Wales Australia is Robert Woolard who sent 72 bags of potatoes to the state run marketing Board a few months ago and has just received the Board s Check. It was a Check for companies by a statement explaining that the Board had Al Lowed Farmer Woolard for his spuds and Fien deducted charges for freight handling cartage receiving and sorting that worked out to International idea for Germany is planning to soak cupid with new taxes. The fed eral government in Bonn wants to slash individual income taxes an average of 15 per cent. This will free several million Ger mans with big families and Small incomes from All income taxes in the future. But married couples will Mahe up the loss in Revenue if the wife works or has a Separ ate income. Nineteen women s groups claim higher taxes on married couples will contribute to immorality and illegitimacy in West Germany by slowing the marriage rate. Everest attempt the italian Alpine club in Trieste is have been stepped up. A Swiss expedition failed to i reach the top of the witnesses _ were last a Roiti h Glazer chief of the voice s he brew service and Gerald Dooher chief of the near East and Asia service Glazer s Superior. Peak last year. A British team is trying it this year. Reuter to visit West Berlin s mayor Ernst eau Mccarthy s subcommittee is i Ter will leave Berlin March 14 investigating possible subversion and waste in voice operations. Dooher said the directive came december 9 from Reed Harris then acting administrator of the International ministration. Information and the voice is for a two week visit in the United states. He will speak on the flight of russian zone Resi dents to West Berlin under the auspices of the International Rescue committee. Asian Branch of the iia which in turn All asian countries from Japan is part of the state department. To Pakistan Are expected to sex City primary election bids to open tomorrow showdown for City political yet decided whether he will aspirants comes tomorrow with a candidate to retain the Post. Announced for the office Ara Richard Hilken tavern owner and mrs. Margaret m. Clausen a Bachelor mail see people Hibit at an International Trade fair to be held in Seattle next August. Cyprus Greece orthodox archbishop Macarios of Cyprus says greek residents of Cyprus want to be United with Greece end plan direct action soon. He predicted cypriots will demand a United nations plebes cite unless Britain accedes to Cyprus Greece Union by next autumn. Military to flex nato s Mediterranean might both sea and air will be tested in major scale Maneu vers in mid March says a Naples dispatch the sea operation rendezvous will be under command of Brit ish Admiral lord Mountbatten the air Force exercises opera Tion new under it. Gen Tion new under Lieut Gen. David m. Schlatter s South Ern european air command turkish ground forces May participate in Landing operations. Goose step British High command at Kuala Bumpur announced a new ally in the War against communist guerrillas in thirty two pair of geese will be reporting for duty in the nex few Days to patrol a Village near Sega mat Johore state. They Wil be placed in pens around the Village boundaries to give warn ing of intruders. He opening of the 10-Day period Lor filing nominations for the april 21 primary election. Twenty two candidates Are now unofficially in the running for ten open 3ecoming an elective office for to first time since 1927, four Ity Council posts City auditor and four places on the Board of education. The deadline for official filing of nomination papers which for Mally commit a candidate to run is at 5 . On thursday March 12. Between now and then the announced candidates and any others who May desire to file must Complete that process. Indications Are for a hot mayor Alty contest with five aspirants now circulating nomination papers. Top candidates they Are mayor Clifford e. Rishell who now holds the title by virtue of being chosen to serve As chairman of the Council Les Ter m. Grant City Council Mem Ber elected two years ago mrs. Lillian Kiesel factory worker and socialist labor party Mem Ber James m. Leaver improve ment club official and Thorvald Brown retired police Captain. City. Council posts Are open in four districts. Under the Oakland City charter candidates must file from the District in which they reside but All Are elected by general vote of the entire City. Councilman Frank Youell now representing District 2, has announced he will not be a Candi Date for re election. The Only avowed candidate to succeed him is Festavis Apperson a furniture warehouse superintendent 3 opponents in District 4, mrs. Florence Fletcher incumbent Council woman has three opponents they Are William h. White manufacturer s agent Ernest a Rossi Florist and member of the Oakland Park Board and Morris Henerson title company official and democratic party Leader. A wide open race looms Foi District 6, with five candidate announced. The Post Here is Lef open by the decision of Rishell who now represents the District to seek the mayoralty. The District 6 Field includes Elwyn Dunstan insurance executive c. H. Mccassin Apar men houss owner and operator of a Public address system Sam Good Man shoe merchant Albert h. Braga real estate dealer and widow of councilman William h. D. Clausen whose death last left the vacancy filled by appointment of Heisey David v. Rosen City auditor s the Only announced candidate Lor that position. Four members of the Board of education also have no announced opposition at this time., a declared candidates for re election they Are Charles w. Fisher chairman of the Board mrs. Marjorie m. Hirschler wll Iam w. Hoffman and org. Cora a. Riser. New maps for Russ kids Moscow feb. Newspaper teachers Gazette said today that russian secondary schools will soon get maps slow no the location of american and British aircraft factories and Sites for atomic bomb construction. Oakland b locally owned locally controlled daily established february 11, 1b74 supremo on Continental san Francisco Bay. Member american newspaper pub Shiri association. Charter member audit Bureau circulation. 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