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Long Beach Independent Press Telegram (Newspaper) - September 6, 1959, Long Beach, CaliforniaR y y 1 workingmen take rest on annual Holiday accomplishments lauded by Union leaders Long Beach area workingmen rested this weekend As leaders in government and unions saluted their accomplishments. In Observance of labor Day 1959, local Union 11 is t 4 Carlton Webb off a to leaders pointed to giant strides during the Pat year which have resulted in Shorter working hours and greater pay for the toilers. A new York City Carpenter Peter j. Mcguire is credited with the idea in 1882 of setting aside a special Day of the year in tribute to the Workingman. Congress later officially authorized the Holiday. At the beginning the labor Force observed the Holiday by staging huge parades Down Community streets. A # a but the parades gradually were abandoned when it Wras discovered that the workingmen like everyone else preferred the beaches and Mountain recreational spots Over a Long w Alk on hard pavement. And too according to records there was some dispute Over the labor Man marching under a hot Sun while his nonunion Brethren enjoyed the spectacle from a Shady viewpoint. Carleton e. Webb Secretary of the Long Beach building and construe Tion trades Council m reviewing the past it eat. Said the most significant advances of this year in labor have been the liberalization of vacation pay and the pension the supplemental unemployment benefits As Well As higher wages throughout the state. A state legislation has resulted in vast improvement in workmen a compensation disability and unemployment benefits. A a a the harmonious relationships with management has contributed to this Progress in High degree a Alex Groulx Alex Groulx president of Law local 148 at the Douglas Long Beach Plant labelled the a new Unity and cooperation Between the Law and the International Assn. Of machinists As a major accomplishment. A this Unity should result in greater advances for our Douglas unions than we be had in a Long time a he said. M r. Callahan Secretary of the bartenders and culinary workers Union pointed out the Gams in health and welfare As the most significant. A your members generally come from the lower income groups and before this plan it would take them years to be cover from a financial loss stemming from a serious illness in the family a he said. Other labor leaders were not available for comment. They w Ere resting. Passport limiting Bill due for vote Washington l Pic democratic Leader John w. Mccormack ordered saturday that the House act monday on legislation to deny passports to persons who have promo to the communist cause in the past nine years. The Hill approved Friday empt any persons from this by the House foreign affairs a Sanction without stating his committee also would allow reason. The president to set yearly j the legislation Falls far limitations on areas where Short of the travel curbing americans can travel abroad Power sought by the admits it would permit him to extraction. M r. Callahan i save for a purpose at equitable savings Ltd loan time and temperature Corner 4th and Long Beach blvd. 4% o current rate a earnings paid 4 times a year each account insured up to $10,000.00 funds received by the 10th earn from the 1st of month free parking a Hemlock 7-0591 Odd Light Khrushchev seen Over a Quot it of a inf c _. To take rail of Washington up a the schedule for soviet Premier London up a airline Nikita Khrushchev a Railroad pilots coast guard groups trip from los Angeles to san and Ordinary stargazers sat Francisco this month reads Urdaz night reported seeing he speech making tour of an american politician mysterious Light m the sky Khrushchev a cd has party Over Southern England. A accompanied by about 250 rec Apt. Herbert Bailey Pilot porters will leave los an of a British european air Geles at 8 110 . Sept. 20 ways flight from Paris to and arrive in san Francisco London said he saw a a very 6 45 p m the same Day. Vivid Green line followed by stops will be made at Cenan equally Brilliant red Flash Dale Santa Barbara san Luis which Cut horizontally Over Obispo Salinas and san Jose. The a it was not moving too the trips Between los Angeles and san Francisco sept. 20, and Between Washington fas. But a one i me the Light and York Quot it h. I filled a third of my cockpit the it it pcs Fth Lashchev v.,,�?� he added a i should a make Hyra 1 the Quot Fay it was about 20.000 fee will be by air and automobile. From the ground after a few Quot f moment1 it gradually broke /\/of77/c cd Mon s into sections which shot off at a go psf Ftp cause a group of late golfers at Daventry in the South mid for complaint finds described a Bright Green Light passing quickly across Grafe Woehr Ger the sky. They said it burst Many Patoin Annie the into five or six fragments Jug . Atomic Cannon won which burned Brilliant White her Battie saturday with the bavarian Farmers. The Farmers near this training area complained that and then disappeared. Coast Ciu Ards on the English c Hannel reported they every time the gun went Oft at first thought the Light was it Shook up their houses. They a distress rocket. Two life asked the state claims office boats set out to search but for a damage from detonation Ime Back without finding anything. The claims office ordered the air ministry said the noise and air pressure from Light May have been a mete the firings measured with pre Orite. Cisin instruments then re Bailey agreed. Turned this verdict the farm a meteorite it mus have ers houses Are shaken no Heeny but in be never seen one More than if a truck had like it before a he said. Passed by. Western electric co Ern California Edison co. Member of the Board of trustees of us and National Industrial conference Board Exchange club a wednesday noon Lafayette hotel. Earl Veenstra chairman. Film. A the widest describing americans position in the space race. Lakewood rotary club thursday noon. Lakewood country club. M Ross Bigelow chairman. Speaker j u. S. Rep. Craig Hosmer. Lions club Friday noon. Wilton hotel. Mayor Raymond c. Kealer chairman speaker i s. Rep Craig Hosmer. Optimist a t irs Dav noon. Lafayette hotel Ron f a a fran. Chairman. Speaker John Kimbrough with film on the 500-mile Indianapolis race a j j Kiwas club tuesday far display Alvr Laslaf noon Lafayette hotel. Mal up cant he Tot a Mii 11. St a nag i i his Sale of re i Flous soaks to hits country want in ii Par aant. To prom Ata Satas Kook Edvar tsars a Aring hits Parta investa avar $1 3 Millian in Pally Nat paper adverts tag. A a a you or in Kui Ltd of locally Yoor �1st buy it advertising it Row Independent press Cal retrain these downtown Long Beach stores of will be 1 a it Gnu i i \ pm 1 i / it a v \ \ service clubs Buffum to speak at rotary meet i rotary club a wednes Colm chairman speak Day noon. Lafayette hotel Quot a l s. Rep Craig Hosmer Harry Buffum chairman Certoma club a thurs speaker Harold Quinton Day noon. Lafayette hotel. G chairman of the Board. South a speaker Charles a. Benson of closed monday labor Day to give employees a Holiday and will reopen tues. Nigh for your shopping convenience m a k 1 free pank amp Skop f Ironia cup us the cont giant downtown a Park i shop Quot parking lit am. It supervised. Its free with validation so Conva Niantic located lots. 10,000 daily parking capacity. More Stork a Rhiger selection a Retter Yah downtown Long Heath est Alberts hosiery 305 Pine ave. A ardent a Driss shop 247 pin ave. A Barker Bros. Broadway of Locust a Bishop a Malco pm at fourth a career girl sportswear Corner 4th or Ltd Locust a Gene s smart shop 450 pm ave. A Grayson $ ladies ready to Wear 24 3 p or ave. A hartfields 4 21 p be at a to Kaye House of fashion 401 Long Beach bid. A s. H Kress 449 pm ave. A Lawson jewellers 250 Pine ave. A Lerner s 50t Prie ave. A Levin s men s Wear 3 1 6 pint a e. A Mcmahan furniture stores a modern woman 436 Pink ave. A j. J. Newberry a 433 p be ave. A j. C Penney fifth and pm a Sears. Roebuck a co. 450 Long Beech blvd. A Leo Shultz 7th and Long a Ach b cd 1st and Long it a bid. A Woolworth 345 pm ave. A Kukors 235 Pine ave. A Chicken pee shop 7 3 7 pm ave

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