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Oakland Tribune (Newspaper) - September 25, 1955, Oakland, California
51 Oakland and Vicinity fair today and monday except for fog in mornings. High today 65. Westerly wind 10 to 20 , in after Noons. Tribune last edition vol a Lxii sunday Oakland California sunday september 25, 1955 Morf Tay feel asked Little i chord Morcus. Wrhen he and i sister , were taken by their father. Or. Sanford marcu., to the bed Side of their Mother Hanna yesterday. The visit the Tot for the two youngster o their Mother since their new brother was stolen mix Days ago. Or bring Back baby woman with infant in her arms takes flight after starting into mount Zion Hospital in . Ransom hoax puzzles father a woman apparently tried to return infant Robert Marcus to it. Zion Hospital late last night but fled when she spotted a guard. San Francisco police began an immediate City wide search for a dark Sedan with province of Alberta Canada License plates and More than five hours later such a vehicle was found parked on the 400-Block of Stockton St. In the heart of the City. Officers immediately began a door to door search apart ment houses and hotels in the area. At ., Pacific Standard they had not yet located the car owners. The mysterious woman s approach and flight from the hos Pital Entrance was followed less than 20 minutes by a Tele phone Call to Juanita Gillis of 800 Bush St., night switchboard operator at the big Hospital. Miss Gillis said that an excited auxiliary police officer l. C. Smith of 1507 Scott St., who was standing guard near the Emer gency Entrance of the Hospital from which the baby was stolen last monday. Scott said the car pulled up to the curb Only about 30 feet from where he was standing. A woman got out of the car Scott said with a baby in her arms. She started toward the ambulance Entrance he re ported and was As if she wanted to come into the the woman had Only taken five or six Steps the guard re ported when one of two men in the car shouted to her apparently when he saw Scott stand ing nearby with a flashlight in his hand and wearing a uniform similar to that of a policeman. She turned and dashed Back to the car Scott said. He immediately went to the Hospital and inspector William Guthrie Hospital door was open. The woman asked How she could get in by the officers did not know if the Anonymous caller was the woman seen about 10 . By Jyi iss of Iuis Saiu Lucil an and inspector Wiiiam Juh Jirik woman wanted to know which of the crime prevention squad head of the police detail at the Hospital relayed information to the police radio room. Scott said that the woman was continued Page 10, col. 1 sunday Tribune Index today s Tribune has 11 sections including three news and one sports Knave society Magazine features entertainment arts two color comics and Parade Magazine. Below is a Quick guide to your favorite features along Auto Row 4-m motor journey 6-m Art and artists.9-b aunt Elsie 5 to 8-c books and authors.7-b camera clique 8-b Church news 62, 64-a classified ads 34 to 51-a close to Home 2-m confident living.2-m contract Bridge. 8-b crossword puzzle.8-b or. Alvarez .30-a editorial fashions. Fraternal news. Games and recreation. 9-c, Geraldine 11 a Hollywood Beauty. 8-s Home and gardens. 7 to 12-m is that so 4-c Knave letter from Home mixing bowl 8-s music and dance 9-b pattern. 11-s pets 4-c poet s Corner 4-c a to and clubs----6 to 12-s radio. 4-b Riesel. A scouting and Shepherd 2-m society.1 to 5-s sports. 53 to 61-a stage and screen.1, 2-b Stamps television. 5, 6-b thomas.9-a travel 2-m vital statistics 63-a weather 51-a what s up 29-a your town 1-m or. Sanford Marcus cannot understand the motives of the person who wrote the hoax kid Nap letter to him. He can t understand either Why the person would bother to write another letter apologizing or the attempt to extort rom him. The first letter intercepted at an Oakland Post office wednesday night forced the physician to leave the bedside of Lis critically ill wife. He made fruitless and hopeless trip to an Oakland Street Corner to eave a bogus Ransom bundle in Hopes that the kidnapper would retrieve it. The cruel hoax brought Only additional worry to the doctor laggard and worn from his Long Vigil. Faithful to the instructions of the note he came to 38th ave. And san Juan of. In East Oak land. When the letter writer did not appear to pick up a bundle the doctor left police revealed the extortion attempt. And said they believed the note was a phony. The first letter threatened the tiny Marcus from the it. Zion Hospital maternity Ward six Days death unless instructions were com plied with. Your son will be continued Page 11, col. 3 City to War. On teen age hoodlums chief Vernon issues orders to arrest roving boy gangs Oakland police Are declaring open warfare on juvenile delinquency and Youthful hoodlums in the strongest action taken against Young offenders in the City s history. Police chief Wyman w. Ver non in a precedent setting state ment issued said that from now on teen agers using Stro Garm methods in individual or gang action can expect prompt and prosecution Vernon Drew attention to re cent violence by what he Termec a Small minority of Oakland youths and directly warned Young offenders that those of you who have been gathering together in gangs at tacking Lone students inflicting physical harm positive action will be taken against you. This sort of conduct indicate a Complete disregard of the rights and privileges of people guaranteed by the Constitution of this nation. Youths engaged in riotous conduct on our streets endangering property and Hal Assing citizens Are not an example of our democratic Way o some parents blamed Vernon cited recent atrocious acts in and squarely set responsibility for the con duct of some juveniles on thei parents. While the cause o much misconduct is not Clear the chief said we do know in Many cases that there Are parents in this City who either a rot interested or who Are m capable of making their Chil Dren behave As Good citizens. It will become the polic department s responsibility t Clear the streets of these Hood he said. He said Parent who shirk responsibility Eithe to their children or their neigh Bors Are passive participants i the unlawful actions of thei children and Are fully respond existing Laws the chief said existing Law protecting life and property will be strictly enforced re Ike stricken by heart attack goes to Hospital wife at Side president in oxygen tent rests comfortably doctors say 2 specialists called in by Marvin t. Arrowsmith Denver attend be president Eisenhower said Early today he has with g dwell the heart attack he suffered yesterday and has i resting -.ru-i. A the doctors bulletin made Public by White Riouse press Secretary James c. Hagerty said from the original Onset at Gar less of Creed or station in life of the h warned also that after a discus Sion with Lorenzo Buckley Ala Meda county probation office probation officials will urge the courts not to Grant probation for juveniles arrested for unprovoked attacks. Vernon said the 10 . Cur few ordinance will be strictly enforced with prompt Arres for violators loitering in Public after 10 . Under 18 years o moreover he stressed unlawful for parents o age. Is bears Stanford cop Defeated California s Golden bears suffered their second straight loss of the season yesterday bowing to Illinois 20x13, at memorial stadium. Stanford s indians were Defeated 10-0, by a rugged Oregon state team at Portland. College of the Pacific also fell 14-7 to per Duff on a 53 Yard touchdown pass final four minutes at Lafayette ind at College Park md., the Urcla Bruins were upset by Maryland 7-0. Other scores Washington 30, Minnesota 0. Notre Dame 17, sum .0. Ohio state 28, Nebraska 20. Army 81, Furman 0. Navy to William Mary 0. In Sporta Section is uj1j14vvj.u.l to guardians to permit youngster to violate the curfew Law. Parents must Pat he said also that recent enacted state Laws make Parent responsible up to for dam age caused by their children i civil action. He said that loitering near school or any place when school children attend can re suit in arrest for vagrancy wit fines up to and jail term up to six months. By enforce ment of. This Vernon Hopes to Cut Down on Youthful gang causing disturbances Nea schools. The police chief made Lei that the great majority of Oak land youngsters Are Law Abid ing and a credit to the it is this Large majority he said that deserve Protection from the flagrant actions few. Vernon cited recent cases violations including youngster beaten an continued Page 9, col. . Outlook now badly clouded by Jack Bell Washington. Sept. 24 1 president Eisenhower s heart attack sounded a note of fore boding to republicans tonight hat they May have to Back candidate of considerably less nature for the presidency next fear. Although his physician said he president was doing Well there seemed Little doubt Eisen Hower s physical stricture would weigh heavily in any future decision he makes on a second Erni. The president who had appeared at the Peak of health m Lis Colorado vacation quarters Las said several times his physical condition will be a Factor when he decides whether to run if he is influenced after Thi attack by the reputed desire o Urs Eisenhower and his son ital. John Eisenhower that he retire Eisenhower could leave the republicans Ina Politica quagmire. Hope for democrats on the other hand an Eisen lower decision not to run again would boost democratic chances from the Low Point they Haw reached in recent months. In these circumstances both parties might witness a free for All Battle for their respective presidential nominations. If he does t run. Eisenhower be pushed to name i Choice of Republican possibilities in that connection he Hai Given about every possible poli tical break to vice presiden Richard m. Nixon of California Nixon s political strength however is measured by the fact that democrats generally would Welcome him As a Republican candidate. They think they could beat Nixon with Adlai Stevenson the 1952 demo cratic nominee gov. Averel har Rimari of new York sen Estes Kefauver of Tennessee o possibly some dark horse Candi Date. Leaders bewildered stricken republicans facing the Bleak possibility of e presi d entail contest without Eisen Hower As their Star hardly knew where to turn tonight. Gop National chairman Leonard Hall has been going on the continued face 13. Col. Seven killed in air crash Burns wyo., sept. Seven persons were killed Las night when a twin engine Ai Force c47 crashed East of her during a snowstorm. The plan was in route from Stead Ai Force base near Reno to sell Ridge air Force base at Octroi did you turn the clock Back to Standard time if you forgot to set your clock Back one hour last Nicht you Are ahead of the time this morning. Daylight saving time ended at 2 Today when Standard time want Back into effect. It then became a system buses and trains the railroads and air by sem uses and bus lines Are All operating on Standard time today also live radio television programs originating from new York will be received an hour toe since new York will remain on but for. Another month. As withstood the attack at this time there Are no implications. His blood pressure and pulse ave remained stable. The president has been rest no the bulletin was signed by of. Thomas w. Mattingly an heart specialist who had own Here from Washington bout two hours earlier maj. Gen. Howard m. Snyder Eisen Ower s personal physician and of. Bryan e. Pollock chief of he heart services division at Fitzsimons army Hospital where he president was taken yester a afternoon. In oxygen tent the White House had an bounced last night that Eisen lower has been in an oxygen ent since entering the Hospital Hagerty who also arrived by plane from Washington late Las night said he wanted to make it Clear that placing a patient in an oxygen tent is Routi Rte in the Case of a coronary heart attack he said he had been told tha by the three physicians ant hat they explained that the ten enables the president to be Complete still another heart specialist or. Paul Dudley White of bos on has been summoned president s bedside. He is scheduled to arrive in Denver from Boston Early this afternoon. Mattingly and Hagerty flew from Washington together ant went immediately to the Hospital on arrival Here. Joined by others at the Hospital Mattingly was joined by doctors Snyder am Pollock and they went to the resident s eighth floor room. Eisenhower had been sleep no Hagerty reported by awakened when the physician entered and talked with them some. The press Secretary Sai he did not know the nature o he conversation. The visit of the doctors was at about After talking with Eisen Hower the physicians retired to an office and agreed on their Point bulletin. Hagerty explained that mat jangly was summoned from Washington there he is chief of cardiology service at the army s Walter Reed Hospital because the physician has been giving Eisenhower annual checkups. He was called to Denver hag erty said because he is fully i 1 i a a with Eisenhower s latest Pic Tubi thu photograph of was than 24 was stricken with a attack in condolences illness shocks world nation London sept. Elizabeth ii Early today cabled her condolences to president Eisen Hower on his illness and joined her husband the Edinburgh in sending our warmest Good wishes for your speedy prime minister Eden also messaged the family Cabinet phone for news Denver sept. Dent Eisenhower s heart attack Oday brought Quick Telephone Calls from medical background. No previous signs no the press Secre tary said has any checkup revealed heart late last night assistant press Secretary Murray Snyder told newsmen the president had been in an oxygen tent since yester Day afternoon. In his latest news conference Snyder said the president had suffered a mild Anterior in his first announcement this afternoon newsmen noticed that Snyder started to say mild then hesitated and corrected himself to say a mild Throm the dictionary defines Anterior As farther front or for Ward in space As an Anterior queried on language Snyder was asked by news men at latest conference Why the White House physician had used the word mild to de scribe the president s heart at tack in a mid afternoon bulletin but not in a later bulletin. The Secretary replied the president s physician had uset the word mild in an earlier continued Page 12, cel 1 son and four Brothers inquiring about the chief executive s condition. The Denver White House also announced that most members of the president s Cabinet had been in touch promptly by Tele phone. As for the family members Murray Snyder assistant press Secretary told newsmen none of them have been asked to come out to Denver and none of them Are Calls also were received from All of the president s or. Milton s. Eisenhower presi Dent of Pennsylvania state University Edgar an attorney at Tacoma Wash. Earl a newspaper publisher at la Grange 111. And Arthur a Kansas City ranker. Snyder said the Calls were variously by White House staff members and by other fam ily members at the Home of the president s Mother in Law mrs John s. Doud where he was stricken today. President saying i am mostly deeply distressed to hear the news of your illness. I Send you my learn Felt wishes for a Quick re news of the president s of Llesi was flashed to the Queen her scottish Home in Balmoral Astle. Special messengers were sent from the foreign office to inform the prime minister. Truman is sorry Little Rock ark., sept. President Truman said today he was Ter i Riby sorry to hear about Dent Eisenhower s heart attack and that he was praying for his Truman is Here attending reunion of the 35th division in which he was an artillery Cap Tain in world War i. At the request of Arkansas gov. Orval Faubus president of the 35th division association the convention stood for minute s silent prayer when word of the president s attack was received. A Hoover prays new York sept. Former president Herbert Hoo ver said tonight the whole country is Pray info for the presi Dent s prompt recovery. He made the statement hear continued Page 13, col. R you May win up to Cash for crosswords new double dividend rules an4 Puzzle on Page a-28 today s Tribune Are open monday nights 9 a
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