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Long Beach Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - December 6, 1956, Long Beach, CaliforniaLong Mill calif., thurs., die. 1934 4 children Leff alone City employee beauties finalists in contest to pick a Beautiful City employee to ride on the Long Beach Rose Parade Flat Are from left Ruth Tompkins Marie Saterlie and Lee staff photo san Pedro a used car Salesman and his piano player wife were arrested on child neg Lect charges wednesday after noon shortly after their infant son and three other children vere taken into protective Cus Tody. Normand Griffith 44, and his wife Wanda 39, of 2183 Fairhill St., were arrested on a child neglect warrant issued by South Bay municipal judge Otto b. Willett. For practically the first time the City Council chamber gave but applause out nothing wednesday. The occasion was precedent shattering event. The first municipal Beauty con test Here. It was arranged to will adorn the Long Beach float in the tournament of roses Parade. Fifty other City employees and another officials among the latter act ing mayor Gerald Desmond cheered each of the eight entrants in the preliminary round. Select one of the five girls who in contrast with official news in Brief the Navy will conduct Shore bombardment exercises at san Clomenti Island on monday and tuesday Lith naval District Headquarters announced today. Scheduled firing will he from noon until 10 p. Monday and from 8 a. To 4 p. Tuesday. Fishermen and yachtsmen Aie warned to avoid the area during these two Days. Cos accountants to meet o. Brown chief of the manufacturing department Richfield Oil corp., will speak on accounting for Cost in a Petroleum Industry at the meeting of Long Beach chapter National Assn. Of Cost accountants at Lafayette hotel wednesday. Brown is charter member and vice president the Long Beach chapter. John c. C. Byrne chapter president will be in charge of the meeting. Iowa Assn. Of Southern California will hold its annual Winter at Brookside Park Pasadena dec. 31. Urcla s class of 1831 will meet for the 25th reunion dec. 16 at 4 p. In the Bel air hotel. Nova Scotia society of California will o. Brown hold its annual Christmas dinner meeting dec. 15 at p. At 605 e. Main St., Alham Bra. Evening service announced Friday evening service at Temple Sinai 7th St. And Molino ave., will begin at 8 o clock and will Honor members of the Temple Sinai men s club. Those enlisting or re enlisting Between dec. 15 and Jan. 1 in the regular army for three or More years May be granted up to 15 Days Christmas leave the army recruiting service announces. Holiday leave will begin As soon As enlistment is accomplished and prior to departure for reception processing and Basic training. Applications Are being received at Long Beach naval ship Yard for jobs of machinist 52.36 to s2.56 per hour and machinist to sessions not a voice of protest was heard. Winners in alphabetical order were Lee Roberts 3115 Pattiz ave., a Brownette with Blue eyes Secretary to capt. William e. Kummer of the police traffic division. She is married to police it. Ernest m. Roberts and they have daughters 14 and years old. She has been a City employee 12 years. Marie Satterlee 373 Park ave., a redhead with Green eyes Legal Secretary assigned to Deputy City atty. Clifford Hayes. A City employee for two years she has competed in miss Lakewood and miss los Angeles contests. She is unmarried. Ruth Tompkins 111 Ximeno ave., a Brunette with Hazel eyes. For six years her Job has been to print tax Bills in the City duplicating division. She is a widow. One of the three will be chosen As the reigning municipal Beauty at a dinner dec. Is sponsored by the City employees Assn. The Winner wiil appear on the i float with miss universe Carol Morris miss Welcome to Long Beach Sybil Smith and miss Beach state College and miss Long Beach City College. The latter will be chosen at for Mal dances later this month. Judges for All three contests Are Oscar Meinhardt managing director of the miss universe pageant Wilma Hastings modelling school o w n e a and sheriff s deputies arrested them shortly after they returned Home following an absence of about 33 hours Alleg edly without arranging care for Willy Griffith 15 months Cynhia Daniels 7 Dale Daniels a and Betty Daniels 12. The Dan Els children Are mrs. Griffith s by a former marriage. Sgt. R. W. Miller of the Len nox juvenile Bureau said the Hillside Home which the Griffiths bought 14 months ago was a beside a double bed in one of the three bedrooms were 21 empty Beer cans three empty Vine bottles and an empty half pint whisky bottle. A Hole apparently caused by a burning cigarette was in the mattress officers said Miller said deputies found the baby in a filthy crib in the dining room. He was taken to Harbor general Hospital where physicians said he appeared to be undernourished. Harry Fulton columnist. Independent six girls from the municipal employ list Rode the City float on a couple of occasions Back in the 1920 s. They were selected by a department head however and this year s Winner will be the first chosen in an open con test. Panellist hails anaesthetists elderly persons have no said. It is he who sex son to fear surgical operations famines the patient the night these Days a Long Beach sur before the operation to decide Geon said wednesday night. Which aesthetic is most Desir surprisingly new s urge techniques Aren t the reason for adopting such an attitude according to or. Carroll j. Bellis. The explanation is that won Der of the modern age the trained says. He be. Bellis was one of four panellists in a City College Gen eral adult division session in Washington Junior High auditorium on the topic new advances in geriatrics for a better it is the anaesthetist who makes an operation or. Or. Bellis said that half of today s operations involve peo ple Over 50." other panellists had these comments or. R. L. Fowkes dental sur the lower jaw undergoes change during old age the senior citizen has Dif Ferent dental problems than younger persons. But geriatric patients can be helped. It s All right to eat produce less tooth decay in the old than in the Young. Carbohydrates Are Good in that they provide Quick or. George w. Ainlay sr., value of Cit rus juices for the aged has been overplayed. Citrus produces Al Kaline urine and causes burning. Drink More Apple juice. You avoid alkalinity and it also helps relieve Yngve Ahlm physical thera is important to exercise before 39 years of age to maintain Normal Range of to Ion. Good posture is mandatory an unnatural gait spells disaster Ater. Take care of your feet. Try this exercise walk on your Oes from the bedroom bathroom and Back again each new Home ii 10 fishermen rescued As purse Seiner sinks ten san Pedro fishermen were rescued at sea Early today when the purse Seiner new Home ii Sank five Miles off Ocean Side. Owner skipper Nick Urdesich 753 14th St., and All of his nine crewmen were taken aboard the nearby fishing boat Santa Lucia moments before the new Home ii went Down. Members of the Crew were listed As Dan Bozin 342 17th St. Paul b. Lazevich 55116th St. John Kerin 1717 Meyler St. S. Maracich 455 19th St. Pete Vita Lich 430 18th St. Andrew Devlahovich 553 18th St. Visko Kordich 636 17th St. J. Mardesich 2410 Meyler St., and Gaetano Spinosa no address. The rescued fishermen arrived this morning at Fisher men s wharf aboard the Santa Lucia. Crewmen of the Tescue vessel said capt. Mardesich told them his boat took on water faster than the pumps could handle it. The new Home ii carried 50 tons of sardines in its hold when it went Down according to the skipper. V state oks l b. Subsidence Job the state lands commission in Sacramento conditionally approved wednesday a proposal by the City of Long Beach to spend some to Correct land subsidence in. The Long Beach Harbor area. Estimates submitted by Long Beach said of the Money would go for subsidence work in the Vicinity of Harbor piers. Another Sis ear marked for Sand fill cd Tostrup Tion along Bay Shore walk on the North Shore of Alamitos Bay Peninsula. The balance would cover subsidence work costs other than construction. In acting on the proposed expenditures the commission stipulated that the costs will be determined later by Tho com Mission staff. The proposal was submitted to the commission by the City As a regular procedure under Assembly Bill 77, the Compro Mise agreement of last summer in which the City of Long Beach turned Over some 121 million dollars in impounded Tii Elands funds to the state. Subsidence remedial projects Are listed by the City for presentation to the lands commis Sion at its monthly meetings. On approval the Cost of the work comes out of tideland Oil income. Subsidence in the Harbor area estimated at about a foot a year. Blonde tells apprehension Aff Acker clothing for refugees Jay York 5, and her brother Larkin 9, add to pile of goods being donated by Douglas workers families to Aid hungarian refugees. The drive to raise 10 tons of clothes is sponsored by the United Auto workers. The drive will continue at the Plant until photo workers at the Long Beach deputies said the fits appeared to have grif been drinking. Booked at the Lennox sheriff s sub station and then taken to county jail they re fused comment. They Are due to be arraigned before judge Willett today. Griffith works for a los an Geles car Agency and Kis wife is a pianist in a Gardena bar. Douglas Plant dug Christmas budgets into and their licit Cash a Hollywood blonde testified wednesday How she stepped on someone s toe in a Long Beach restaurant and found herself staring at the Man who robbed and assaulted her in her apart ment 10 Days before. The one in a million encounter was described in the prelim Inary hearing of Edward s. Wein 32, los Angeles painting contractor in los Angeles municipal court. He is charged with 20 felony counts of Rob Bery kidnapping assault other sex offences. The Hollywood woman Testi fied Wein attacked her after coming to her apartment in response to an advertisement she had placed for the Sale of household furniture. Ten Days later she was at tending a party with friends in the Long Beach restaurant when she had the accidental encounter with Wein which resulted in his arrest. Sacked their closets wednesday to contribute to a three Day drive to collect clothes and Cash for homeless hungarian refugees. Sponsored by the United Auto workers the local drive Aims at gathering 10 tons of used cloth ing plus a Large sum of Money according to Pat Driscoll Law spokesman. Law locals at plants through Cut the country will stage Sim Ilar drives and the Union s International body has already tossed into the refugees he said. Collection boxes have been placed at All exits to the Plant. Lerner shop founder Dies a 25-year-old Man who allegedly kidnapped four Young servicemen will have prelim a Lary hearing dec. 10 on an Samuel a. Lerner 72, founder eight count felony complaint first Board chairman of the sued wednesday by Dep. Dist Lerner Chain of apparel shops atty. Gordon Jacobson. Which includes shops in Down municipal judge Lyman Long Beach Andin los Sutler set bail at when Altos died wednesday in the u s p e c t Leonard Rodney Waskom Whittier was a signed wednesday. Waskom is charged with four counts of kid Naping three of perversion and one armed robbery. Police said Waskom gave the Cedars of Lebanon Hospital los Angeles. Lerner a native of Philadel phia retired from the Board chairmanship of Lerner stores in 1951 to devote his time to the Lerner foundation inc., a Char rides forced Itable organization which he i founded. He was Active in West coast and Florida real estate develop ment. Them to submit to acts of per version and robbed one of them of 58 at Hatchet Point. 4 he was traced through an Luto License number furnished by an 18-year-old Navy Man he allegedly kidnapped sunday. Officers said the other incidents league hop the Catholic naval league took place sept. 14, nov. 23 hold a Benefit dance Fri ast monday. Given 180 Days in Check passing Check trouble Cost Ray Chance 34, of 625 w. Ocean i Day beginning at 8 p. M., at St. Pancratius Parish Hall Downey ave. And South St., Lakewood. The Public is invited. Deaf h notices blvd., 180 Days in the county jail wednesday. Mrs. Emma a 80, of 6729 Orizaba ave., t _ tuesday. Surviving Are son municipal judge Lyman daughter mrs. Florence Sutler revoked probation Given Olsen. Private service was at Chance in March for passing s40 Mottell s peek Chapel of the in worthless checks when he Palms. Pleaded guilty to theft checks. 1 police said Chance admitted cashing about 30 worthless Thompson Thomas Fred Erick 49, of 835 Redondo ave., died tuesday. Surviving Are wife Clare son Jerry sister mrs. Josephine hurdle brother James a. Service Friday 1 p. M., Christensen Pino mortuary. Jeanine 28, of 1060 e. 71st Way died tuesday. Surviving Are husband John sons Jen and Francois Daugh Ter Bernadette. Rosary sunday s p. M., Paramount mortuary. Requiem mass monday s a. M., our lady of the Rosary Church Bay Raymond 25, of 1113 Raymond St., died tuesday. Surviving Are wife Theresa and parents or. And mrs. Cecil Ray. Service in Fresno with Lake Wood mortuary in charge of local arrangements. Premium Center mrs. Lessie Conner manager of the Orange stamp redemption Center at 4th St. And Alamitos ave., shows premiums to mrs., Dorothy Miller of Iowa pork shops. Iowa pork shops customers will receive Bonus Stamps which can be redeemed at the Center for name Brand photo Margaret Clavel 93, formerly of 1527 Cherry ave., died tuesday. Surviving is a son Maurice Meyering serv ice Friday 11 a. M., Mottell s peek mortuary. Wittenberg mrs. Ellen Agnes 66, of 162 St. Joseph s ave., died tuesday. Surviving is a husband Herman. Service Fri Day 3 p. M., Mottell s peek mortuary. And off duty unionists will so at los Alamitos naval air station clothing and nonperishable foodstuffs Are being collected for hungarian Relief. Contributions May be left at the station s main Gate. 72-year-old woman purse theft victim Louise g. Bryant 72, of 654 Chestnut ave., room 2, was robbed of her purse containing wednesday As she was walking on 8th St. West of Pacific ave. Police said two youths grabbed the purse then jumped into a waiting car. The Christmas season continued from Page by bring clothing studio whether or not they attend the party. Christmas cheer comes North Long Beach s Way Friday night when Jordan s annual Christmas Evensong is scheduled for s . At the Jordan High auditorium. Members of the a Capella choir orchestra girls glee club and the Chora leers will participate in the program. Armed forces Ball dec. 20 All members of the armed forces in this area and their ladies have been invited to be guests of the City of Long Beach at the 22nd annual armed forces Holiday Ball at 8 . Dec. 20 in municipal auditorium. The affair arranged by the armed services commission will be informal and will feature music by Leighton Noble and his orchestra. Servicemen must be in uniform. Presses attached Orange county sheriff s deputies attached two typesetting machines valued at wednesday in the print shop of 4 William l. Robertson s Beach Post and wave after a Long Beach woman and a Printer claimed ownership of the equipment. The attachment was made on a claim and delivery order when Beach attorney Edward e. Every posted Bonds to guarantee rights of mrs. Elayne h. Moxley 1839 Stevely ave. And Earl h. Briggs in the Legal cattle with the former poker Baron. Robertson owner of the defunct Airport club poker Palace which now operates As a boat sales firm in which he has an interest has five Days in which to Post a similar Bond. After that the Case goes into Orange county Superior court in Santa Ana. If Robertson does not Post Bond within that time sheriff James a. Musick said he will deliver the impounded machines to the complainants. 1 mrs. Moxley who published a neighbourhood newspaper with tier husband in East Long Beach contends that she gave Robertson permission to take the machines last july 21, but that the Transfer was Contin ent upon events which did not is Obertson. Subsequently refused to return the equipment she maintains even after she sold them to Briggs who also was Active at one time in the neighbourhood newspaper Busi Ness. Under the claim and delivery7. Act mrs. Moxley and Briggs had to Post Bond in double the amount of the value claimed. Robertson will have to do the same if he contests. Of hit by Auto 75, Dies 4 hours Lafer John c. Wiens 75, of 1130 e. Hill St., died in Community. Hospital at p. Wednes Day four hours after he was struck by a car As he walked across Alamitos ave. North Esther St. Attendants at the Hospital said Wiens a pensioner died of head injuries. He had also suffered internal injuries and a fractured right leg. Police said the Driver of the car was Kenneth Kirby 35. Of 16371 Pacific coast hwy., Sun. Set Beach a service station attendant. He was not held. Witnesses told police officers Wiens was walking diagonally across the Street and seemed to be paying no attention to tray Fie. He became the City s 33rd. Traffic fatality for the compared to 39 on the same., Date last year. The body was taken to Sheelar Mcfadyen mortuary. Beautiful set of 6 f am out mail earpiece Steak knives it yours free Whan you open a savings account for to Between december 1st and january 10th. Only one gift to a customer. Double your dividend Fay Days on insured savings now is the time to open or Transfer your account where savings earn dividends 4 times a year. Increased dividend payments will make your dollars grow faster and Speed you to a brighter More secure future. 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