California Pasadena Independent Newspaper Archives Feb 9 1962, Page 24

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Independent, The (Newspaper) - February 9, 1962, Pasadena, CaliforniaSanbe pendent Kir uary to m2-2s Tholo by bin Seyvell. Rain in Spain Terry Liercke packs his Raincoat for tour of Europe with left to right Wayne Slark John Paden Frank Dane. They la be away from Home six months. Abroad Outlook on life tireless tourists take off again four Young men who have been taking trips together for the last six years left this week on the biggest journey of six month tour of Europe. Of their beat up 1938 automobile holds out they will arrive in Newport va., in time to Board a freighter for Ger Many. After they land they will pick up a German car and tour England France Italy Spain Germany Sweden and Switzerland. The travellers Are Terry Liercke 20, Ron of or. And mrs. Donald Liercke 1fi72 k. Mountain St., who will enter Urcla upon his return from abroad Wayne Stark 23, son of the e. Slarks 1726 Beverly dr., Pasadena who in t sure vet what school he will enter John Paden 19, son of the Harold pad ens 1757 e. Villa St., who probably will. Re enrol at pc and Frank son of mrs. Edith t. Dane 566 Manzanita ave. Sierra Madre who Hopes to go to the University of Iowa. The boys have gone through school to Junior High school Pas Adena High school and Pasadena City col lege. In previous years they have gone on such excursions As a hiking trip into the Bottom of the grand Canyon a motor four to Ensenada and a camping trip into the High sierras. A fifth member of their parly Brian. Smith has gone on the previous trips with them can t make the european Jaunt because studies at University of California at Santa Barbara. Sumiter s report Mcvey fights Capitol Hill Rump sessions by Bill Sumner great Stales Meri Here Are wrapped up in matters of foreign policy of. Federal Aid for one thing or another arid Are squabbling most now Over the president s proposed department of Urban affairs. It has been left to Mcvey a Republican from worry about the Wear ing of shorts on Capitol Hill worry Mcvey does consistently and feverishly. He is tired of seeing fat tight shorts peering Here and there about the. Capitol. To relieve. The Strain on his emotions and free his Hind bigger things of government a Bill written on the subject buried . 1 in the Mevey Bill is famous no male person Over the nge of 12.may enter or re believe lie should be con main in tie Capitol building carried much with i ,._ ,._. Unless he is wearing Long trousers and no female per son Over the age of 12 May enter or remain in the Capi Tol building sinless she is wearing a dross of Mcvoy. Plugs along How Ever discouraged but deter there favourable mail. Mcvey explains that he is not of a morality kick. It s just when i see those big in. in on the bulletin Board arid the Capitol that i think it then discussed it during our shows a. Lack of he re Ligon class. She compared one letter sister Joan posted the article about your shorts Bill said. And some of the men Are just As his Bill was Intro Ducco last when it was still warm Here and shorts appeared to be of the Day his colleagues How Ever have refused to touch it. It is cold Here now and the temperature went Down from a High in on sunday to about 15 above the other evening but it has been Clear with Blue skies and Mcvey feels that Spring with its shorts cannot be far behind. Congressman Mcvey has had to take some abuse for his Campaign Iri the Kansas the Capitol to a dedicated shrine much like one of our churches. Though we Wear shorts at All times none of us would go to Church in them. Sister plans to teach us your state song in the near another Why is it that when our Good congressmen introduce Bills to help morals and Char. Acler building somebody makes Light ? thai s no Way to whip there Are enough other Stenli orients of a similar a i Urc to indicate that Mcvey has support. He says too that. To. Has the press. There has been a. Support of the arid general feeling that Mcvey Capitol of is. Wasting his Tine and the taxpayer s Money. One paper suggested that he Wear blinkers. A the congressional wives. Why is the Bill doomed to die in committee Sald one col other stated editorially 50 years considering the vast tide of taxpayers Cash now running ahead of. _ i Ani not certain which and through the merry Cong res i Dan t signal Money Mill one might on the matter just lecture set jut Cal tech elementary particles and High Energy accelerators is the title of tonight s evening demonstration let fire at i Haj California Institute of technology. The lecture will be i Ivan by or. Vincent Petrr son at . In room 201 Bridge Hall of physics. The Public is invited to attend or. Peterson assistant pro Fessor of physics is a graduate of Pomona College and received his . At the univer sity of California in 1950. He joined the Cal tech faculty As research fellow in 1050 and be came assistant professor in 1058. Pair loses business License the business License of a Walnut Street second hand owners have been found property was revoked yester Day. Ii was the first business License to be withdrawn in Pasa Dena in eight years. Closed up was the Brownie trading Post at 1650 e. Walnut St. It had been operating since july 13, under a License taken out by Elytha Brown 58. The revocation is effective March 7. The action was taken by Pasadena City officials at the cily Hall on the recommendation of the Pasadena police department. At the meeting mrs. Brown and her husband Are awaiting sentencing in Pasadena Superior court feb. 15, pleaded their Case. Representing the City were Irma ceilings in charge of the licensing department William Allen assistant cily manager Benjamin Mead administrative assistant Don Hegler assist ant City attorney and det. Sir. Pete Eliena of the police burglary detail. The License of the second hand shop was revoked on a motion made by miss ceilings after both sides rested their Case. According to City ordinance the City manager can act for he City directors it he has grounds for sus pending a business License. Rescinding the License was 5ascd on the fact that the Browns were found guilty of stolen property As part of a burglary by police last october. Convention demands outlined push for outside Money stressed participants in an Effort to participants in an Florl to Resu Iichi i crackdown the Foll bring More convention and Aser by order of the police several arrests. End Ami additional tourist dollars to Pasadena department. Yesterday sus action by Trie City following two were told yesterday that no the Friday and Satur Vic week j were told yesterday that no City can survive where citizens merely Trade Money Back and Forth outside Money must flow in. Howard Jones manager of the Long Beach convention Bureau gave the warning at a luncheon opening a drive Lor to finance the Cam Walgn. Jones talked on the Impact convention delegates and tourists dollars on a Community s Economy. Hotels restaurants suppliers retail stores taxi operators Alt Man Ner of services Benefit directly and indirectly the entire City Economy is aided through in creased payrolls and buying Power he said. The City itself through sales tax Revenue also benefits substantially he do blared Competition keen conventions go where they Are invited and where letters used to suffice the Competition has become so keen that professional staff is required to sell Pasadena to the convention and service the Dele Gates while they Are Here Jones advised. In California alone he said there Are 28 cities actively soliciting this Type of business. He became sold on Pasadena while attending a National Junior chamber of Commerce convention in. Dallas tex., when Durward Howes then president of the Pasadena Junior chamber had All califor Nia delegates passing out roses to remind Jaycees from All Over the nation that Pasadena was proud of its tournament of roses and its Many other attractions. Ted Grace of the advertising Agency said that Pasadena is pre sold As a convention City Dele Gates but that work is Neces sary to remind them that this City would Welcome them. There Are conventions and major sales meet nos held annually in the United slates and Pasadena has been doing Loo Little in re ent years to get its share of hem Grace said. T conventions out of 11 cities in California had only.31 Cohen ions with delegates Vici brought million in the Friday and Satur Day night youth dancesrat1 the civic auditorium. The events which conducted under private con tract have attracted up to Young people and in re City suspends dances for teeters at civic the office of the have resulted i crackdown the following week-1manager, said yesterday that several arrests. And additional arrests on he had notified the Lessee the launched by the indepe.__m1 and Star news three weeks ago. Parents protested Inci dents of disorderly and Drunken conduct by some of the Tec ii agers in ally dance. Nine occasions. Jdick Dale Uinn. Noted suspension As. Ordered by the the complaints and the manager and the police five committee voted its will department. The effective Date bigness to Aid in developing j was the close of the dance last belter methods of control. Night he said offer was transmitted to Bilyj the o Fri Cal reason was that urn Don Mcmillan. Such suspension would be in apers wholeheartedly support he Effort to bring conventions and tourists to the City. Al Hahira Man ruled suicide the county Coroner s office As classified As a suicide the Cath yesterday of Geoffrey by 37, of 1600 w. Hunting on drive Alhambra. He was found dead in a car n California san a Riel his wrists slashed and imply wine and aspirin bottles Eside him. Funeral services Are pending at the Dubois funeral Home in san Gabriel. Greater Pasadena Dollar Days at hand shelves merchants Are tilled with Fine stocks of merchandise in preparation for greater Pasadena Dollar Bays today and tomorrow. Rocs w. General manager of the Pasadena merchants association reports that and variety of merchandise obtained by the buyers for Pasadena stores Spring season is outstanding this year. Today s Independent and Star news Are filled with advertisements from the stores which present some of the Many exceptional values they Are offering this weekend. Easter sunday does t come until april 22 this year tit merchants have their stocks of Spring styles on hand and advise Early buying before the Supply is picked Over. President Ervin Hansen Sec Ond vice president Richard Gray and William if. Principal speaker will be Harold Moore division Man Ager of Southern California Edison co. Musical entertain ment wih be provided Jean Estey. Dog 1 mining set dog training classes will be a Gin feb. J9 at the la Canada youth House. The classes will be held from 7 to 8 . On mondays for eight weeks. Classes will be limited to 15 dogs and their owners. A Small fee will be charged. Reservations should be made at House by calling auditorium Marks 30th birthday of of he c ily s biggest and busiest Public buildings is planning one of Pasadena ? biggest birthday parties on feb. 15. The Celebration of the open ing of the Pasadena civic auditorium 30 years ago Isscher used As an event that begins with an open House Starling at noon and closes with an eve Ning program of music and entertainment open to every our Ami free of charge. Erl Allen auditorium Man Ager said Tours during the open House from 12 noon to 5 pm. Are being arranged for both students and interested Public. The big main auditorium. Exhibition Hall stage area Gold room and offices will be open for inspection. Hie program in the main auditorium will Start at . With doors to be opened at . Gene Sullivan will Lead off Wilh a 20-minute Organ re Cilval after which Ollie Prickett of television motion picture and Pasadena play House Fame will come on stage As master of ceremonies. The Pasadena City College Lancer band will offer some rousing numbers and mayor c. Lewis Edwards will Wel come the audience on behalf of the cily. Robert a Mccurdy retired assistant City manager and first manager of the auditorium will go into the auditorium s history and Tell what it has meant to the City s Cul Tural life. The program will close with a Premier showing of actor Victor Jory s travel film on Hong Jory is a Pasa thais Oldsmobile s dynamic its famous rocket v-8 with new High compression fire swirl combustion chamber squeezes extra go out of every gallon add smart looks smooth ride stylish interiors and it s no wonder the dynamic 88 is the in its class there s something extra about owning see Iochai authorized Oldsmobile Quality dealer Natzel Oldsmobile-1253 e. Colorado by 3-9134 1-9641 tune in to at its if st1 old Momu Minos you the Gam Moore show tuesday nights Cis to i

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