The Sacramento Bee from Sacramento, California on March 25, 1959 · 19
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Sacramento California THE SACRAMENTO BEE WEDNESDAY MARCH 25 1959 Page B 7 COP Teacher Says Russ View Reich As Symbol ' By Carlos Guitierrez Russia wants to get hold of West Berlin because that embattled city is the symbol of a strong Germany and Germany is considered by the Reds both as a prized possession and a congenital enemy But the free world will be in Berlin for many years to come This remark was made yesterday by Dr Alonzo P Baker professor of history and political science at the College of the Pacific in Stockton in his lunch address to the conference of the sales and advertising section of the Pacific Coast Gas Association The conference which will run through tomorrow in the El Rancho Hotel has attracted 100 delegates from seven western states Hawaii and British Columbia Must Keep Berlin Dr Baker said the western alliance cannot afford to lose Berlin because if Nikita Khrushchev “a man as ornery as a Missouri mule” succeeds in scaring us out he will score th e greatest psychological coup in the cold war since China fell into the hands of the Mao hordes “But” he advised the audience “don’t get ulcers over Berlin because nothing is going to happen there” Cites 2 Reasons ' - He gave these reasons why he thinks World War III will not be started over the Berlin issue: ' 1 1 NATO actually possesses the power to annihilate Russia in the event of war c2 The recent agreement between England’s Prime Minister Harold Macmillan and President Dwight D Eisenhower which Baker said gives assurance to Russia that in the event of a Ger-maif atack against the Red empire the west would stop or even fight the Germans Chief Deputy State Forester Plans To Resign John Callaghan will resign effective Tuesday as chief deputy state forester to accept the post of assistant secretary for the California Forest Protective Association with headquarters in San Francisco This was announced by the division of forestry state department of natural resources Callaghan a veteran of more than 20 years of service in the division of forestry today was honored at a lunch He has held his present post since July 1955 He and his wife Eunice and daughter Judy reside at 1307 Teneighth Way ‘ Callaghan attended Sacramento Junior College and re ceived his forestry degree from the University of Cali' fomia in ' Berkeley in 1937 He began work as an assistant state forest ranger in the state division of forestry in 1938 and since has been with the division His assignments have included state forest ranger in Placer County from May 1945 to November 1946 and deputy state forester in the northern district with headquarters in Redding Shasta County from November 1946 to July 1955 No replacement for Callaghan has been named Assembly Would End Park Board Power SEASONED CAMPAIGNER— With a “battle scar” on his chin and a chest full of ribbons 3 year old Paul Taylor grins as he arrives in New York aboard the SS Atlantic with his father’s uniform Paul who was born in La Rochelle France is seeing the United States for the first time He is en route to Ft Lewis Wash with his parents Sergeant and Mrs Harold E i Taylor UPI Telephoto 70 Foot R Street Bridge Is Urged Accused Beater Of Child Faces Formal Complaint Deputy District Attorney Farris N Salany yesterday filed a formal felony com L plaint accusing Ronald Show- night will have before it 'ler of 4925 Da(e Avenue otaUonal request that it go on record as favoring a higher bridge across the Sacramento River at R Street than is proposed in plans of the state division! of highways The request in writing was submitted to the council by Philip C Wilkins attorney for operators of barges tugboats dredges and shallow draft equipment Wilkins stated present plans call for a 35 foot vertical clearance at flood plane He Senate Group Okehs Kennedy Labor Bill WASHINGTON — AP — The senate labor committee today approved the Kennedy labor regulation bill without any change in its major provisions The vote was 13-2 Republican Senators Barry Gold-water of Arizona and Everett M Dirksen of Illinois dissented Some of the 13 senators voting for the bill reserved the right to offer amendments in the senate Debate is expected to begin about mid April Kennedy Praises It Senator John F Kennedy (D) of Massachusetts chief sponsor of the bill called the committee’s product “a strong and effective reform bill” striking heavily at hoodlums and gangsters who have infiltrated some unions Goldwater said the measure has been improved somewhat in committee but he insisted it still falls far short of an effective measure He emphasized that key amendments sought by the Eisenhower administration were rejected The bill’s major provisions would: Require unions to make detailed public reports on their finances and management to disclose its expenditures to influence labor relations disputes Require unions to hold secret ballot elections and limit terms of union officers Prohibit anyone convicted of serious crime from serving as 'a union official for prescribed periods Limit the duration of interunion trusteeships House Approves Ike's Monetary Fund Reauest Woman Finds Daughter's Body Shoved Under Bed JACKSONVILLE Fla — UPI yesterday and then returned Mrs Ray Daughtry 35 sweep-to the couple’s home just out- ‘ side the city limits ing under her bed today found the body of her 13 year old daughter Shirree Davis The By Vincent J Burke l police said the girl apparently WASHINGTON — UPI — ha( been strangled The house today voted to A eafrcb waDs “gered for meet President Dwight D ber stepper Ray E Daugh-Eisenhower’s request for a try 52 missing since yester $1375000000 contribution to the International Monetary Fund It refused to go along with a senate bookkeeping switch which would have torpedoed his new budget The house did so by allowing the contribution to be applied to the current budget which is already deeply in the red Last week the senate passed the bill providing the same outlay but specified the money could not be taken out of the treasury until July 1st That automatically would upset Eisenhower’s precariously balanced budget for the 1960 fiscal year beginning on that date The house following tjje recommendation of its banking committee defeated this proposal 86 to 36 As passed by the house the bill would permit the president to take the funds out of the treasury this spring as he planned The controversial matter is expected to be thrashed out by a house-senate compromise committee sometime after the 10 day Easter recess which will begin at the close of business tomorrow day afternoon Neighbors said they saw him return home about 1:30 PM yesterday stay a few moments and then drive away The mother slept all night on the bed apparently unaware her daughter’s body was beneath it Criminal investigator R W Grant said Daughtry a carpenter took his wife to work Grant said he was told that when Daughtry arrived home he told two other daughters Darnell 12 and Maxine 10 to come straight home after school and wait until he and Shirree returned from a shopping trip Grant said school officials told him Shirree did not go to school yesterday Mrs Daughtry came home after work and told officers she became disturbed because her husband and Shirree were not there But she said she decided to wait and lay down on her bed and went to sleep Mrs Daughtry said she did not awaken until early today Sacramentan Purchases Misplaced Island In River inflicting pumshment “usingj0 “Jetton injury to his stepson Donald or secure a payoff from an Quackenbush 3 Showler’s wife and mother of the child Evelyn pleaded! innocent yesterday in the North Sacramento Municipal Court to a misdemeanor charge of child neglect Her trial was set for April 20th and she is still in jail with bail set at $500 Sheriff’s deputies arrested the couple after apartment house neighbors called of- employer Rejected Proposals Two of the administration amendments rejected by the committee would have banned secondary boycotts aimed at innocent parties in labor disputes and prohibited organizational picketing Freeway Bus Stops Bill Passes Assembly The state assembly has passed and sent to the senate legislation to authorize the state division of highways to provide for bus stops along freeways in rural areas Assemblyman Paul J Lunardi (D) of Placer County author of the measure AB 805 reported the bus stop areas are needed particularly along Highway 40 freeway under construction over Don-ner Summit The state lands commission today approved the sale of “misplaced” Chain Island in Sacramento County at the confluence of the Sacramento and San Joaquin Rivers to Russell Gallaway III Sacramento businessman for $5-25820 Sale of the island had been in process since August 8 1957 when the commission first authorized its sale at public auction to the highest bidder Believing the location of the island varied from the area shown by the J C Boyd survey of 1Q02 the state lands division undertook a new survey It disclosed the location of the island “varied considerably” from the area shown in the Boyd survey As a result the state attorney general was asked whether the commission could sell the area shown as occupied by the island either in the 1957 or 1902 surveys The attorney general in 1958 concluded the island could be sold as per its location in the latest survey The commission today finally decided everything was in order and approved sale of the 4181 acre island to Gallaway for his cash offer He plans to use it as a hunting and fishing retreat Senate Defeats Jobless Pay Long Extension Plan WASHINGTON — UPI — The senate today defeated a Democratic proposal to extend the emergency unemployment compensation program for 15 months and to broaden its coverage The rollcall vote was 49 to 38 ' It cleared the way for passage of a house approved bill extending the program for three months The three month extension was expected to go to the White House by nightfall Administration leaders have said the president would sign it United States Senator Pat McNamara (D) of Michigan and 18 Democratic colleagues offered the defeated amendment It was opposed by senate finance chairman Harry F Byrd (D) of Virginia who said it would present “serious difficulties” to the states Playground Easter Events Plans Near Completion Preparations are completion for the nenrimr' rence Drive and 46th Street James Mo IiecU nig ciatchy 35th Street and 5th Avenue annual McKinley Alhambra Boulevard and F Easter playday and egg hunt 5&ei0!Suirnd' 6eh & sSid to be held Saturday on all city 8a"hd iVeel and lith Avenue Caleb Greenwood 5457 Carlson Drive Coloma 47th and T Streets Crocker 16th Street and Vallejo Way David Lubin 36th and K Street Don-ner 8th Avenue and Stockton Boulevard Freeport Manor 1400 Dickson Street Hollywood Park Florence and Wild Stacia Ways Jedediah Smith 401 Mc-Clatchy Way Mark Twain 4914 58th Street Newton Booth 26th and V Streets Peter Burnett 57th Street and 36th Avenue Sierra 24h Street and 3rd Avenue Sutterville 4967 Monterey Way Theadore Judah San Miguel and D playgrounds under the joint sponsorship of the city recreation and park department and The Sacramento Bee Carnivals circuses west shows mock outer space jaunts races and games are being planned The winners of certain contests will awarded prizes The program time for children '6 years and under' is 10:30 AM to noon and for children 7 to 12 years is 10:30 AM to 2 PM The playgrounds on which programs and egg hunts will be conducted follow: Alkali 10th and C Streets? Colonial 54th Street and 19th Avenue? Curtis 9th Avenue and Curtis Drive East Portal Dover and Rodeo Ways Fremont 16th and P Streets James Mangan 34th Avenue and Norman Way Lawrence Law- I ' be 'Street V Furniture And appliance ads in Bee Classified save you money Read them daily (adv WATER SOFTENERS 109” Webb up Water Cond Co 917 29th Gl 2-0701 Ike Reports He Knows Of No Gag On Fallout Data WASHINGTON — AP — ficers Monday when they suggests the bridge should be j noticed the child seemed to constructed to permit a 70 have difficulty walking foot clearance Doctors at the Sacramento h said tJL f The attorney contends the Hospital found the boy had kn0ws tbS? has bS no height proposed by the high- multiple bruises over his way division would be “fatal body to the normal use and further development of the Sacramen- Mrs Showier told officers 'out government suppression of information on radioactive fall- her husband hit the boy Sun- to River and the normal and! day night with his hands and planned development of the a belt Showier admitted Port of Sacramento” The army corps of engineers has scheduled a hearing for 10 AM April 8th in the sta'te department of agriculture building 1220 N Street on the application of the state for a permit to construct a bridge over the river at R Street Information will be sought from persons who may be affected from navigational and flood control standards jy the project spariking the youngster but said he did not remember what he used Neighbors told deputies they have seen bruises on the boy before Policy ’By a vote of 52 to 17 the state assembly has passed and sent to the senate a bill AB 720 Mrs Davis to strip the state park commission of its policy powers The legislation would transfer all powers of the existing park commission to the director of natural resources ' Assemblywoman Pauline L Davis (D) of Plumas County author of the measure explained the seven member commission would be advisory “It could advise but not direct” she stated She pointed out the chief of the division ‘ of beaches and parks would answer directly to the director of natural resources Assemblywoman Davis stated another change proposed would require the divi sion to consult with local planning agencies in any of its beaches park or recreational developments Bill Would Protect Blind With Dogs Blind persons with dogs will get equal protection from traffic hazards as blind persons with white canes under a bill AB 1038 Hanna passed In the assembly and sent to the senate UN Chief Ends Asia Tour Flies To Soviet NEW DELHI — AP — United Nations Secretary General Dag Hammarskjold left by air for Moscow today ending his Asian tour He said there is no special significance in his visiting the Soviet Union that “it happens to lie oh my route” Newsmen at UN headquarters in New York have speculated that he would raise the Berlin crisis with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev Brown Proclaims April Cancer Control Month Governor Edmund G Brown has designated April Cancer Control Month in California boosting the American Cancer Society’s month long crusade for funds Volunteer workers will seek to raise $3000000 in the state in the crusade to support the society’s programs of research education and service to cancer patients In his statement issued yesterday Brown said he was setting the month for the fund raising campaign “because the efforts of these volunteer workers merit generous public response " “Every effort is being made by this government to develop the facts about fallout and to disclose these facts fully to the public” Eisenhower said in a statement The president thus backed up Chairman John A McCone of the atomic energy commission who denied yesterday his organization has bottled up any fallout information Some members of congress have contended the government needlessly has refused to make public certain fallout data on the ground such publication would endanger national security In his statement Eisenhower noted the National Academy of Sciences has announced plans to bring up to date its 1956 report on the jiological effects of radiation hazards and to recommend any further research which may be warranted Everyone in government” Eisenhower said “who has a responsibility with respect to this matter feels it of the greatest importance we be diligent in our study of this problem” Doctors Are Invited To Physical Fitness Parley Dr Thomas K Cureton Jr director of the physical fitness laboratory at the University of Illinois will hold a special meeting with Northern California doctors as part of a three day physical fitness conference he will conduct in Sacramento beginning April 2nd The conference will be sponsored by the Young Mens Christian Association in cooperation with the Sacramento Society for Medical Improve ment Sacramento State College and the physical education departments of cify and county schools and the state department of education Open To Public It will be unique on the west coast in that it will be open to the general public and not limited just to professionals in the physical education fields Dr Cureton an internationally recognized authority on physical fitness will use scientific machines and instruments to demonstrate how a person's physical shortcom ings and strong points can be measured The opening session of the conference will be held at 8 PM April 2nd in the Ameri can River Junior College little theater All Doctors Invited All Northern California doctors will be invited to attend a special session April 3rd in a location to be announced Dr Herbert Jenkins Sacramento cardiologist is session chairman Dr Cureton has been teaching physical education since 1938 when he began at Spring-field Mass College Since 1941 he has been at University of Illinois Lectured In 200 Cities He has been a lecturer and demonstrator at aquatic and physical fitness institutes in 200 American cities and 11 countries Dr Cureton is the author of 15 books on physical fit ness and 210 articles which have appeared in 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