Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California on July 15, 1963 · 4
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Oakland Tribune from Oakland, California · 4

Oakland, California
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Monday, July 15, 1963
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4 E Ciih!ibliirribuiuMon.fJulyl5J963 X r t v 1 Officials charge that 1 Union Boss Blasted By Judge OTTAWA (tf Justice T.-G. Norris today proposed an immediate government trusteeship over maritime unions in Canada to rid the waterfront of labor lawlessness. In a 318-page report, the Vancouver jurist branded waterfront labor lord Hal C. Banks of the Seafarers' International Union (SIU) of Canada as "a bully, cruel, dishonest, greedy, power-hungry, contemptuous of the law" and said he should be banned from holding union office. The proposal for a threman trusteeship was directed at maritime unions generally. But it was understood to be aimed specifically at the SIU and at least $ two other marine unions, the Canadian Maritime Union and the Canadian Brotherhood of Railway, Transport and General Workers. The 69-year-old judge recommended -immediater- sweeping legislative action by Parliament to clean up the waterfront, enforce labor peace and . protect the strategic St. Lawrence seaway from labor tieups. i FROST-PROOF REFRIGERATOR-FREEZER With an If your trade is 5 to 7 If your trade is 8 to r ( site of West Oakland post office is costing city money MOST EXPENSIVE BULL MAY PROVE NO BARGAIN BELFAST, Northern Ireland tf) The suspicion is growing that the world's most expensive bull may turn "out to be a bum steer. Lindertis Evulse, an 18-month-old Aberdeen Angus, was bought by an American syndicate in Scotland last February for the record price of $176,000. He has been held at a quarrantine station in Northern Ireland since then awaiting transportation to Black Watch Farm, in Fishkill, N.Y. .'.-";-. To while away the time, he was introduced to six attractive heifers. So far there is no sign Brown Likened to Wife Who Spends Food Money on Hats SACRAMENTO (UPI)- Assembly Republican floor leader Charles Conrad of Sherman Oaks today sid Gov. Edmund G. Brown was "like a wife who spends the house money for a new hat, then tells her husband' she - must have something . to buy fooSfwith ..." Conrad noted that Brown was seeking more money to finance education. He said "the basic LOVIER'S sensational low price i I I FPDS-14T.1 THIS Operating Trade years old, your pay . 10 years old, you pay OAKIO 3137 EAST 14TII ST. AT FRUFTVALE AVE. KE 3-0964 4 ..... . of the patter of tiny hooves. "I understand the Americans are getting very worried," said William Spiers, chief livestock officer at the quarantine station. "I am still confident that he will turn out all right," said Sir Torquil Munro, the Scottish breeder who sold the bull. He put the trouble down to youth and inexperience. Representatives of the American syndicate said they have Lindertis insured in case he fails to deliver. If he does fail, he will go for beef and that will cut his value to a mere $300 or so. fault is the governor's ignoring the California C o n s t i t ution, which provides that the state taxes shall first be set apart for the support of the public school system and the state iiniver-sity " fconrad said money that should have been spent on edu cation was earmarked for other programs. "I suggest we return to the California Constitution," FROST-PROOF BY FRIGIDAIRE Better than automatic defrosting . . . because you NEVER defrost, neither the big 100 lb. freezer nor the roomy fresh foods compartment. Frost-Proof, unlike ordinary automatic defrosting STOPS frost before it forms. Insist on FROSTPROOF - made only by Frigidaire.'Now in a big 2-door at a sensational low price. WEEK ONLY QfJfOO 1 to 4 Ysars old. M? 0 $300 .$324 Unsightly and unused Mayor Asks Post Office Site Action Continued from Page 1 tominimize police problems and reduce complaints of citizens. The post office project was first announced in August, 1958, as a $13 million electronic mail distribution center for the entire Pacific Coast.' Following the change in federal administration. Dlans were revised to elimi nate mechanization, but esti mated cost of the project was jumped to $29 million. In October. 1962, Postmaster General J. Edward Day again revised plans, announcing a $J5 million mail distribution center "for a good-part of California" would be built early in 1964. ? GENUINE CERAMIC ALLIED TILE HfJ-4910 m RE w Cab Runs In Wild S.R Crash A taxi ran down six pedes trians at the busy intersection of Powell and Market Streets in San Francisco Sunday afternoon. Later, when the jailed driver, Ralph Charkins, 60, of Menlo Park, who told of the carnage, he wailed: 'Oh my God. I wish I were dead. After being booked on a charge of felony drunken driving, he said it was his first injury accident in 38 years as a cabbie? WIDE SWEEf . The cab sped into the intersection, ploughed through a group of pedestrians, smashed the display window of a depart ment store and then careened back across Market St Charkins was uninjured. Four persons were hospital ized iwith painful injuries. Two others, who had been knocked down, left the scene before am bulances arrived. f Police said a group of pedes trians were waiting for t h $ WATCH REPAIR 0iX( Bring Sears your watch repair problems. Save on repairs. Bring us your watch today CROWNS STEMS HANDS each SLEEVES JEWELS NO-BREAK CRYSTALS WATCH FACE REFINISH GUARANTEED MAINSPRINGS Compare the Cost . Tradition Watch and Jcwalry Service Center . Guaranteed for the lijttimt of . your watch . Tmtx authorized servk$ center for watches under Timex guarantee terms SEARS w i OPEN EVENINGS' (except Tues.) 'Til 9 SUNDAYS 12-5 OMLO Down 6 green light on a- traffic island at the intersection when the cab sped out of Eddy St POLICE WITNESS ' Officer Robert Spotswood, who witnessed the accident, esti mated its speed at 45 miles per hour. He said it passed through a red light and slammed into the pedestrians on the island. Charkins continued across Market St, jumped the curb and knocked another pedestrian through the plate glass window of the Emporium. The careening taxi then recrossed Market and came to rest against an auto stopped for a red tight Officer Spotswood reached in and shut off the ignition. The rear wheels of the cab were still spinning. Injured on the safety island were Mrs. Mercedes Burfict, 35, of 58 Middle Point Rd., San Francisco, who suffered possible fractures of the hip and back; George Britton, 49, of 625 Guer rero bt, San Francisco, who received fractures of the knee, 0-Aij;,p Telegraph at 26th HI 4-4500 . . . from ta r of 2 SPEED Modtl A -va;.'--.' !.. a i ii i i Mil. Giant 12 lb. Tubl Automatic Lmt ' New 1Mb. capacity! Rinses Disposal, no traps to cleanl Special extra-clean in fresh running water! delicate cycle! Rinses extra-clean! Spins clothes driest of all! 3-Ring , Spms extra-dry! Under-water Agitator action cleans OCO00 Action Zone Washing .. . clothes inside and outlO gets your wash fabulously gW ' ' v . V : ankle, back and ribs, and ban aw Yap. 56. of 900 Jackson St, San Francisco, who suffered a concussion, broken nose ana multiple cuts. Statnls Macris, w, ox w rum c Can FranrUco. suffered lea injuries when he was thrown through the Emporium window. Bein Sentencinq for Murder Postponed RTTMn Sentencing of con victed murderer Thomas Lee Bean today was rescheduled for next Monday because or tne Hospitalization of defense attorney Harry D. Anderson. : Anderson'i law partner, Fred Nelson, this morning asked District Judge Grant L; Bowen for a one-week stay so Anderson, hospitalized at Monterey Park, Calif., can be contacted about the possibility or a new mm Bean hummed aloud while awaiting the jail elevatojp after his court appearance. 168 Vhy sef f fe NEW i QUART Calvert makes magic summer drinks. And world's dry-est gin . , Calverf?iiii 90 PROOF STILLED FROM 100 AMERICAN GRAIN. 00 PROOF. CALVERT DtST. CO., N.Y.C. this I WEEK'S I Best Buys WASHERVALUES f nit WCO-63 Reds Lcia Power tt English Ford Phr.t DAGENHAM, England (UPI) Trade Union election results announced today show Commit nists lost much of their power at the strike-plagued Ford Auto Plant here.' . Four pro-Communist officers of the amalgamated engineering union (AEU), were beaten by non-Communists. Three of the new men belong to the Trans. Eort and General Workers fnion(TGWU). which bars Communlsti from office. .One TGWU official said 4(the rank and file stewards have at last seen the Communists for what they ar-agitators," i DIAMONDS1- OLD GOLD t JEWELRY BOUGHT & APPRAISED ri Arixin & nixxin BtlMONO-JIWUHY IROKERf UTH fLOOR CENTRAL ILDO. J 14tfc ml IrtKwiy TE 2 2551 FOR EXTRA DRY MARTINIS tin Calvert DISTILLED LONDON DRY Gto"' Calvert distilling eft FOR A SPARKLING G1N4T0N1C with martinis and tall no wonderj It's the .100 dry. Try it! Modal WCD-64 tm PtJKtWT 3

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