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Independent Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - November 14, 1954, Long Beach, CaliforniaBanker s son beaten Here by 4 youths a 16-year-old Long Beach High school boy was in Good condition in Seaside Hospital late Satur Day after taking a beating just before Midnight Friday at the hands of a gang of youths. Thomas a. Gregory jr., 4109 country club or. Suffered a mild form of amnesia along with face cuts and bruises from the assault by four teenagers. Gregory is the son of a prominent local banker Thomas a. Gregory sr., head of the Long Beach Federal savings and loan Assn. The youth said he was at tacked by the four Young thugs who picked a fight with him As he sat in a car in the parking lot of a drug store at Atlantic ave. And san Antonio or. Wait ing for some friends. Woman Hurt in fall mrs. Alice l. Moore 76, of 413 e. 5th St., fell among a crowd of shoppers in a downtown store saturday afternoon and suffered possible fractures of the right and hip police reported. She was treated in Seaside hos Pital. Moll tun., he Gardena it s just recreation from the High Money stakes at Las vegas Nicholas Andrea Nick the greek Dandolos has slumped to Low Ball at the card clubs of Gardena. It s just a form of Nick says. Low Ball is a sort of poker in reverse which fevers the Gardena Small Fry. Staff photo by Roger Coar so Why Don t they Stop smoking by Lee Craig she found herself at a the chant of the tobacco aug counter ordering Cigar ets. Pioneer is All but drowned out i believe what Many of these Days by the controversy doctors she said. I know Over smoking. I should Stop but i just Haven blame for a variety of ail a her Roommate Phyllis Faw cancer of the thought it was the cig Aret been Laid by the trouble. I de Reisfield 240 tobacco she said. Besides i Don t think smoking causes lung think it s caused by not drinking the webbers operate a bar at the Pacific ave. Address Melba Crawford 4562 Banner dr., a drugstore clerk said she smokes just As much As before she heard the authorities Opin Ion of tobacco. Remedy to All heist Hejcl to Crescent Nave smoked a lot of filter in the face of widely Doest believe that ill she admitted Lici Zed statements by these result from smoking. To was just to try them out oratory men others Are re sort a i smoke 10 or 15 cigars and not because i was ing Why Are people a pack of Cigar ets a he still smoking an Independent said. I spent 38 years in the press Tele Navy surrounded by smokers Gram in hand never ran into anyone with lung the following Sample cancer in my life. Opinions from Long smokers. It s the according toll m in perfect Grover c. Blum 230 westerns Duke Webber 242 ave. I be been smoking 40 years anal. I m too old to Chungo he said. Besides a Man has to have a few vices. You can t quit b e a c i i be been smoking since i was i m 60 now and the Doc says to in perfect Pacific ave., had much the same View. dad lived 80 years and smoked cigars All his he Good Marion Burgess carmelites who is 906% via a tobacco counter clerk said she has frequently considered quitting but can t make up her mind to do so. A lot of my customers have switched to filter tips she said. Maybe it s because they re scared maybe it s because there Are More Fil Ter tips for Sale the strength of suggestion was evident in the interviews. Said. Besides i enjoy a 0______ Cigar too much to i within a minute or so each sub Webber s wife Doris said Sheik act began fumbling Union Joan Sacker 4422 Linden a practical reason for consciously for a cig Aret. Include a recent College graduate said tinning to smoke. Ling the interviewer she tried to Stop but each time i d gain 15 pounds if i gotta match buddy de Reisfield i m 60 perfect Compton Dies Compton municipal judge Jyh. Leonard Kaufman 49, who had presided in Compton and Dominguez courts for 22 years died Friday night at his Palm Springs Home following a heart attack. Born in los Angeles Kaufman was graduated from Loyola University Law school. Pie served on the City prosecutor s staff until his first court position As judge in the old Dominguez Justice court in 1932, moving to comp ton As Justice of the peace in 1934. He became a municipal court judge in 1949. Funeral will be monday with service at 1 in the Holly Wood Chapel 6000 Santa Monica blvd. Burial will be private. High roiling Nick Down to Low Ball continued from Page Al for him to put it in the then draw it out again. He i also won a Host of friends ranging from Tallulah Bankhead and Jack de Rapsey to the Duke and Duchess of Windsor. His most spectacular feat took place in a hot Springs poker game years ago when he played stud with a wealthy new York lawyer. They agreed to end the game when either of them lost the cards ran against Nick and the Law yer bet him on the Side that Nick would lose his 000 first. Stack of chips shrank onlookers joined in the Side bets until he had More Riding on the game. Nick was Down to before his Luck turned but in the next hour and a half he stripped the lawyer of his and picked up a grand total of when Nick started to leave the Law yer accused him of running when he was Winner. Nick went Back to the table shuffled the deck and put it Down in front of the lawyer. Said Nick. Double or nothing on High card for the lawyer did t Cut. From a Wager on a turn of the card to the Low Ball game at Gardena is somewhat of a comedown As if Jascha Heifetz was reduced to playing the ukulele. But with Nick the greek gambling is gambling. He plays his own shrugs the Normandie manager. He s a courteous fellow and he s never asked us for a Penny of credit. If Nick s broke i should be broke like nobody who knows him is laying any Odds that Nick has really lost his Knack that he won t be Back atop the Heap again bucking the Back line for the limit at vegas. I play for the risk not the said Nick. A Norman die employee deferentially tugged at his sleeve and told him the other players were getting restless and wanted him Back at the table. You la excuse said Nick with a polite Bow i have to get Back in action. Here have a Cigar. Better yet have two then Nicholas Andrea Dandolos an american fable went Back to his modest stack of chips. State plans l for biggest Long Beach state College ii humming with Homecoming. Brown and Gold Day at the 49er Campus will be Friday and plans Call for the largest event in the six year history of the College. Festivities will Range from a float Parade to the Coronation of a Queen a Bonfire rally a Talent Assembly tug of War and a dance to dedicate the new gymnasium. Queen candidates Are Dorothy Woolley and Betty Connors of Long Beach Arlene Austin Bell Flower Connie Markel Santa Ana Connie Garr Garden Grove and Dorothy Merriam Lomita. Homecoming chairman is Bill z. Barnes 1260 27th Street san Pedro president of the Junior class. A Parade of floats at . Friday will officially kick off the Celebration. The Parade will wind through the Campus to the Hatibi As cheer leaders and song Snake dance in and out of rooms coaxing the student to the Pep Assembly area. The Assembly will feature the introduction of the 49cr Basket. Team and entertainment by Campus organizations. Inter class tug of wars Are on the afternoon schedule. Following a Bonfire Pep rally. The Brown and Gold basketball tournament will open with two games pitting state against Whittier and Pasadena Nazarene against Cal poly. Southland Calendar Joan sacked i know i should Grover Blum i m too old to Marion Burgess a lot switched to filter tips photos by Bryan Hodgson Young hoodlums injure Motorman flying Glass caused by a bottle of water thrown through the window of his metropolitan coach lines train late Friday Cut the face of Motorman Frank p. Behnke 33, of Monte Bello. Behnke said a group of teen agers tossed the bottle at train As it crossed Spring St., late Friday. His cuts required several stitches. He was treated at sea Side Hospital. Police could not find the youngsters. Daily Huntington Library and Art gallery 1 to except Mon Days at san Marino. Today Weed show Twenty nine Palms. Imperial Valley Kennel club Jiow Holtville. Yacht races san Diego Bay. 49 ers death Valley. Autumn and p. At Griffith Park planetarium. Missouri society p. 728 Elm ave. Tuesday festival of books through thursday at Santa Monica chamber of Commerce. Texas society p. M., 208 Linden ave. Wednesday Michigan society ., Mottell s Coffee room. Fashions in furs presented every tuesday night at and saturdays at one at i -1 f x i t t Lockwood seven eleven Pine ave., downtown Long Beach models from Wilma Hastings finishing school youth injured cite Driver 17 Cleo w. Huckel 18, of 121 Cambridge St., was treated in Seaside Hospital for cuts and bruises Early saturday evening when his car collided with an other one at Atlantic ave. And Del Amo blvd. Police cited the other Driver Ronald d. Walter 17, of 12843 Flatbush ave., Norwalk for alleged failure to obey a traffic signal. Walter1 escaped injury. Thursday autumn p Through nov. 21 at Griffith Park planetarium. South Dakota society p. M., 728 Elm ave. Dance Belmont recreation Center 4104 Allin St. Friday Montana state society tur key dinner at p. At Linden Hall 208 Linden ave. Montana society p. 208 Linden Hall. Saturday Field trip to Pusha Walla 10 a. From Palm Springs desert museum. Nebraska p. M., Owca. New. England society p. M., Silverado Park. Wings Over the nation 14 airline lovelies Grace sky festival fourteen airline hostesses six of. Them representing lines a from outside of the United states will land at municipal Airport Friday morning to inaugurate the three Day. 16th annual wigs. Over the nation. Sponsored by the Junior chamber of Commerce the event commemorates air transportation. As usual the Climax will be an air show sunday from 9 . To . At municipal air port. There is no admission and free parking is available in front of the administration building. Eugene speck Newman chairman of this year s event said the air show will be the biggest in the event s history. The 14 hostesses represent american airlines Aero Naves de Mexico Bonanza airlines bran Iff International Campania mex Deana de aviation flying Tiger Japan air lines pan american Quantas Empire airways of Australia scandinavian air Linos trans world airlines United air lines Western air lines and Wien Alaska airlines. They Are scheduled to. Arrive Friday at 11 . Aboard a Spe Cial Western air lines flight. Friday noon they guests at a luncheon at which mayor George Vermillion will present each with a key to City. The Junior chamber of com Merce and the Harbor transportation club will jointly sponsor a dinner Friday at 7 . In the Wilton hotel pageant room to which City officials and local aviation interests have been invited. Speaker at the dinner will be Robert Sawyer of scandinavian air lines. Saturday is devoted to social activities for the stewardesses including a yacht trip during the Day and dinner dancing at night. Static displays and aircraft will be shown by various air lines air plane manufacturers and military units at the Sun Day open House Newman said. Displays Are scheduled by Vair d of g 1 As Hughes and Northrop aircraft companies and by United and Western air lines. The san Diego naval Sta Tion at North Island will have its Model aircraft Carrier on exhibit and there will be Dis plays by Long Beach air Force base los Alamitos naval air station and Eltoro Marine corps air station Newman said. The civil air patrol under command of capt. Richard Toler will stage a Drill team contest and present an air sea Rescue demonstration. Aerial activity will be present act by bombers and Jet fighters from Long Beach air Force base Newman said. Shop now for christinas tint save regular 69.95 values Coats fabulous styles by famous coat makers11. Many one of a kind samples wonderful selection of styles colors and Beautiful fabrics. 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