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The commissioners, who un animously approved raising the A protest has been lodged with the Oakland Port Commission over plans to raise a 'United Nations flag in Jack London Square to commemorate the uag on eD. zi, ca not discuss the matter further yesterday ana took no action 10 rescind tne plan. If you like to speculate, rumors are Frank Ogawa hzs tha ncd for the vacancy on the Oakland City Council Ei ruckus In Ssn Ramon: Michael Rossman, one of last season's Free Speech Movement kids at U. was a guest speaker at Monte. Vista tringir.
loud screams at a school board meeting from Danville's Charles Armour, who identified himself as a Birch Society member and "proud of it" In Hayward, Fletcher ebster.wanted to plant a couple of trees on his parking strip, ran into city red tape, so wrote and asked the' help of Ladybird Johnson. Well, that's going to tne power behind the highest authority in the land. 1 0000'' Margaret Keane, Walter's ex, is rumored about to 20tii anniversary of the founding i i The flag is to be raised on March 25 in a special ceremony wjtn U.N. Arthur Goldberg invited to be guest of oftheU.N, V-. Some 3C citizens attended the regular, meeting of the commit sion yesterday: 'afternoon to voice protests.
Others appeared in support of the plan; nonor ana 10 actually raise the marry Dan McGuire, former sports newsman here and tiag tor we, first A special flagpole, is to be erected in a small patch of lawn in front of the Sea Wolf The flag is to be perma-nently on display there, to be raised and lowered daily along with other flags in the square. ThedeJegaUon yesterday was opposed to the permanent display of the flag in the square. The opposition delegation yes- now in Hawaii Latest radio rumors have KEWB ready to mm- drop its'rodk n' roll format and about to "announce they'll broad cast the Raider games (also the Tues March 8 19 07 Ieraay led by Everett Wes- larm Pa Lakers) next (KFRC is supposed to go rock 'n' roll with in 90 KCBS (actually the 1 firm providing burglary alarm service, who also carried a pick- i et sign for a short time belore the meeting at the front en RobbsrJ Palebntolocists work feverbKIy to beif Mission Past Frewy buIIJars CBS network) is reportedly dick ering to own Oakland's upcom trance of the, Port of Oakland building, His picket signs declared the ing American League baseball franchise v. George. Rickey, the New York "kinetic sculptor" GOOD Cabbie Has V.
A Short Day fCab driver Oren Horner, 46, EJU FISET who did the strange '(to put it u.N. a "fearful master. In a short speech at the meeting, he said the U.N. is working for "Communist control of the world and of the United States." Retired Municipal Judse Stan mildly), thing1 outside the hew Lytton office on upper Broad way being back out by Bart; Lytton was pistol-whipped and robbed ley Wood, chairman of the flag committee of the UN. Associa late last' night his first and only 4 to the sculpture.
It resembles several, hundred tin cans, if you recall, is supposed a mobile or moving thing, and Rickey will make it more 60. That should be an improvement-moving it. Horner told police he had just tion of Alameda County, and attorney, Robert Davis appeared in' support of the flag. Davis said that the U.N. is an begun his shift when he pulled in ft ft front of the Greyhound Bus Ter established part of American minaV and: man asked him, policy and supported by the majority of people.
The port, he Is this; cab for hire?" Soon after the passenger got said, is a part of American poli cy and is justified In erecting into the cab, Horner became suspicious of his fare, he told po uie iiag. The U.N. flag was designed By HARRE DEM0RO FREMONT One of the rich-. est known sources of prehis-; toric fossils in North America is about to be entombed by a symbol of today's modern civiliza-: tion a concrete freeway, The "source" is an, unused clay, sand and gravel quarry off Osgood Road in the Irving- ton hills. It contains traces of animal and plant life which existed in the Bay Area about, million years ago, says Wesley Gordon, a member of the small band working feverishly to extract the treasures before the Mission Pass Freeway builders arrive.
freeway work may start in about a yearra city spokesman- -r said. 'fC'J i'''t'J 1 The fossuV are traces jof Urii- mals which roamed the Bay4 Area there, was, a Bay, and prdbaWy before, the! Berkfe- Hills-Mount Hamilton range was formed, Gordon 4 -There's little 'chance, the' free-- School District, has known about the quarry's treasures for nearly years. He calls him-' self an amateur paleontolog-: Gordon organized a group of youngsters in 1944 for a patient, step by step "mining" of the a ry. He estimated 20.CCO pieces of bones have been found and identified at the spot since then. U-." latest project financed by an grant from the, State Division of Parks and Beaches to the University of California, began in December.
'A most important And," he said, "are remains of the only known, appearance of an opos- sum during this scientific age in North America," he said. "'We never found a shrew or a mole here before until recent- ly," he added. Also found since December is Va new antelope as yet unidentified and jag-: uar, i -v -t Over the years, evidence of specifically to commemorate screened. Then, abnoct grain by grain, the material is Keen eyes pick out the evi-. dence.
Pieces of tooth, a iso tion, of or an LT.prtcc.'cn left la hsnl tizy ty a kr-fo gotten plant, carefully Est aside. Often, Gordon ssU, crse tooth Is sufficient to identify the species of aaanlmsL Mrs. Jean Firfcy, a University of California graduate- student, is prepcring her master's Vizzis on the project, trj of the last minute program. Gordon said. The fossils he kept as a "research co'Jcc-cn" by U.C.
It is believed a stream from what is today the Kollirter area drained through quarry site and deposited r.zv.y cf Lhe tni- mal remains, Gordon As the fossil-hunters Gordon gazed' at the ptcrJ. Though it contains to tzzh 'cf the past; thertf is: life ttre t. Blossoms on trees arrrr comicg of spring, quail live ib the brush r4 dsst, visit the area.5 Les lalloy, the KSOL finally balked at taking his 13-year-old son, David, fishing to 'their, one-room shack in the Santa Cruz mountains he told the boy, "I just can't sleep well there' The kid confessed: Whenever Malloy falls asleep he snores, and David has'-been waking him up by making noise i In Oakland, the John Sebastians were telling their daughter, Darcie, who's' a bright-eyed 11, that news story' from The Tribune about the poor oid Grizzly, bear loaded with porcupine quills and how-rangers tried desperately (but in vain) to save it from heart failure by giving it artificial respiration: Darcie Vas; fascinated and wanted to know: "Mouth to mouth?" lice. His suspicions proved well-founded when, in front of 966 61st Street Place West Oak-1 land, the passenger pulled a pis 1 tol and ordered Horner out of i the The passenger relieved Horner of two waHets1 containing $3.50, then struck the cabbie behind the gun before fleei ing on the founding of the United Nations 20 years ago in San Francisco. 1.
Earlier this year, the trustees of th San Francisco War Memorial Opera House refused to provide a permanentlocation for the The i United Nations'. Association then asked the Port commission to flag, which they did. The decision to raise it in Jack London, brought additional opposition from Miss Cornelia Cress. She cencentrated' her protest on the Alger Hiss casedeclar. cut on' the ar snH 0 O- 0- flie head, 'was released from Providence Hospital this morn way work can be.
er giant bears, a species of horse ing, disappeared locg ago, suit against California fdr a husband in Oakland whose 1 ihe rerouteit JCkMon' .1 which diss ft peccaries 1 do not believe' this could a 1 si pig-Jike tnimal), wife escaped from a mental hospital and came home. sloths, seals, mam- happen in, ainy other part of the k. Tdiidl Auto tea that the U.N. was his crea Dne ioxa me nusuana sne a reen to come iiuxiie, fixed him some coffee and loaded it with-a knockout While the husband was unconscious-she oerformed tion. 'She also 'attacked' UNT- "This place could Jave fceca a museum," Gordon szii, epeiy wondaring if even rtrtr treasures will be lost fcrsva.
because of the freeway. "Cf course," he ailzl. "this tU million years) is rd'y czly yesterday," the way sdrsre measures time. CEF.decaring that' personnel. motns and a mastodon have -been unearthed In the quiet, al- -most hidden pocket in the bills.
The paid crew, normdJy con-' talning about six workers, picks away at sections "of the pit waiis. The dirt Is and worJd," lie said. "This is the richest spot for its (scjenti- Vi fc) age in North 'America, 'added. -v Coordinator of science for San Lorenio; Unified" of mat organization were Bills Smog mostly communists." Donald Anton, of the Taxpay-' to makeihis voice, higher.) As Gonick says, "a man who's gone through that should have recourse, eveni though he's now cosmetic repair for appearances." I suppose to save' ace TvV I ers Associauon of Oakland, pro 1 ented 1 .1 tested tne. cost pf the maintenance.
He, declared that the U.N. is already "a terrible 0 0 0 0 At the breakfast meeting of the Oakland Citizens' Committee for Urban the Oakland Real Es LI SACRAMENTO, (AP) Legislation to toughen laws on -auto smog was introduced today by Assemblyman Tom C. Carrell, ISan Fernando. 1 One 1 bill would require exhaust control devices on all used cars manufactured in 1953 or later as soon as the state one. device that costs fS5 tate Board handed out its own reprints of a magazine Continued from Page 1 brakes, brak pressure warning Officials said the mul- article entitled: "The White Man Can't-Help' the Black Hieh School "flfUrdinir to VnJl yslem afety mechanism failure fefled to'funcUon.
i "unprecedented unprecedented crviue urewucuus. -vj bDrdep, on taxpayers, and should be supported further. A real estate, man, Sanfdrd Kraemer, the U. conceived and is, controlled by communists. A protest of another aort came from a retired Coast Guard rear Donald E.
McKay. He said he was not speaking for or against the flag Itself, but. that be. feared the N.N-' flag would be raised in a "superior" position to, the' U.S. flag in violation of law.
The. protesters left the building" quietly, after the, commissioners went on to, other' regular business. Hentzell said the crash also Ghetto." thought in urban renewal everyone helped Add to experiences we've all had; Larry Driedrick, "a San Leandro spray bought a '51 darij blu'e -fjord hardtop from a woman. She gave him the pink slip signed ii fire department crews to the scene erected an tzrt dike to divert gas away tr. 1 the school playground.
Virtually the entire flow tered Temec8l Crtzk ly stcrm drains, but a CJlj, rt of the tzz i a sanitary sewer. "In my 57 years with the Oakland Fire Department I've nev-er: seen anything i like this," Hentzelliaid. Truckdriver Bruce, Joined the company only two months He recently completed the company only two months He recently completed the corn- broke a tank seal and an Internal yalve He, said thj valve jammed when a rubber gasket Irnm th 1M kmlra (no 1 off by the guy who'd owned it she did: Larry Shell'Oil Co officials said the shell officials said i "We "ire transferred title to bis own name, then 'sold the. car LThe lawWouki be enforceable only when a used car is sold or 1 A second bill mtroduced today provides -for visual inspection by police to see that smog control devices are installed where required. pany's 153-hour training course for gas truck drivers and was 'a rnlt tiikn AiArt't, (ronefnr it a (lain Tho nthor Aav trucK-traner carriea making a complete invesUga-gallons of gasoline.
iinn Th tnU. i.esaca crZ-TZ a a will uiuu k'uouaivt njuui" vtuw uuvn ui rn uaui i lie JUIIICU tlnilP t'-rf-'-ram nt Larry got two Oakland police warrants on traffic tickets -otiiciais said tne ly overhauled and everyth erything i Shell. He has wife and three rnent n-1 -v to ten children. i 1 I fefeyT zy, I The woman also got two warrants, as did a friend of the trucKS oraKes, emergency 1 checked every seven Bruce told police, he was prior owner, someone who'd never even seen the -car 'The car itself? Missing. 0.
0 0 0 K- eryvuie, Kcincct tzi meda, pourirg Ct raw srr: of reci-crj trs' Industries into the Eay A fish and came excert southbound driving downhill on Broadway past the Warren Freeway overpass when he saw red traffic lht at Patton Street and auto traffic, backed up, the sewase dumrir? rr'-t Joe Janlois, who' has Mory's Liquors on Broadway, thinks over a social issue a few weeks and then comes up with a line: "The new superstition is that it's unlucky to light three draft cards on a single match" He said the foot brakes and out to be a "biolc-iciJ dlL-r Gasoline pourir? crio Ce then the emergency brake wouldn't work. A "brake trou Heyde, the KNBR newscaster, reporting allayward firer warning flag tndicatirg less than 60 pounds of air brake pressure failed to, operate. The "She'd left the fire burning on her girdle--I mean grid eryviL'e tideflats may L' Us ton. At low Hie, tsn shoretirds wcuJi norr swarm through the area was a smell cf gis in the Newsmen who maie a clcr aminaticn failed to see a gletinL I Livermore, Glenn Coffey has been DYING to show Rita -Tushingham in "The Knack? at his Vine Theater, but the other film offered is invariably for kids and he isn't about to risk the wrath of parents by running a sexy picture if kids will attend. Coffey is running for City Council in next month's election.
0000 Fcce closed BroadwaS l'i hurs and for r.st.cr I only a kne of big trsfTiC was aJbwed to the Kcrx after Fire Depart Bin. Chief Lzri warned that sparks frcm w.g auos couii create a aster; Perhaps O.C persons late gz' home bsctzzt t' i damino-L-e series cf I mechanism that should have I locked every wheel on the truck and trailer also failed. 1 Bruce had a choice of swinging around stopped cars ami running the red light, smashing into the other cars, or swinging over a smaD embankment srj trying to coast to a stop on Pat- ton Street. 'decision" to go over tte embankment probtlly save bis own life and others, to Patrolman GaLa Curia, a I motorcycle officer at the scene. Officer Querin called Eruce's action Tieroic.
The truck hit a retaining' wall and stayed upright The trailer roBed over, smashing the tcp elf one gas compartment and rup- turing aaother. a Ii streamed down Patton Srect and splattered srveral loU where buildings 'hed been torn down for rapid transit The river of gas ti i towtrd cMlirea wha Kl A ws.red out of f.osr a block iy a f.sr tUsrm usb 7 i 3 1,:3 rn r.c tf the fuel Crcf C.s jams tlicxhsre la t.i caused ty te Erczixy j- ti- truck i' How tOi drop your' teeth: Hayward's Mrs'. Patty Eprirger welcomed her 6-year-cId, Rose Mary, hcnisrorn Palma Ceia School and the child said: "My teacher" S2yi I've got to have an experience by March 11." COh? Science class--experiment). Newest Sierra ski area' wil fcs Tinker's Nob, to cost 13 millicn jzzt north Squaw "Valtey, About Squaw, now that tax tirr.3 is ccrri2 ypu'U te shppy to tnow its ski operetiens cost t-i tite PCa a y'carebout equal to all th conceit revenue of the stats park i Tti lady called Martlr.cz police to report a burglary. 3'd chcclrl, cr.i th3 only thin taken was tcr cf birth ccr.trcl pilXThe cop advised v.
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