Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 2
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Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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P.g. A-2-INOEPENDENT U*f Iowa, Mil.. M, May 17, 1MT Stassen, Zorin Returning Home for Arms 'Parleys ' By BOB WELLS . . The trouble with juvenile delinquency Is that--unlike malaria, neurotlclsm, headaches and the Cleveliuid Indians--nobody has yet Invented a pill for It Until somebody does, "cures" will Indubitably keep popping up LONDON Un -- The United Nations Disarmament Confer cnce was recessed (or 10 dayi Thursday 10 the U. S. and Soviet delegate! could consult at home on an approach to a partial disarmament agreement. The two-m o n t h-old t a l k s France and Canada were clearly at a turning point .when the recess until May 27 .» »k -. . i n i at the rate of 12 a week. wa , taken. OUR FIRST JUVENILE delinquency cure this mornlncj u. S, delegate Harold E Sta«. comes Tram Ron Ramiey of Compton, national director ofj s c n i e f t for New Y o r k and ·omethlnt called "Teen-Age Young American," which clRlmsi to have enrolled 4.800 between the 0 B e. o( 13 and 25 In 18 »l»tes In the last two wecki. negotiations, and must decide on compromises If there Is to be any form of "first step" agree, ment. . American experts have been working on a "total reappraisal" of disarmament policy. This was set off by Zorln'i "partial disarmament" plan of April 30-the closest approach to agreement seen here to date. ] House Roll Calls Add to Deficit ? WASHINGTON Wl -- House roll calls are adding an e«tlmat ed $7,500 annually to the operating deficit of the HOIMO of Representatives restaurants. Food tho representatives leave behind when they jump up from their meals to j;et to the Hoiwe floor for roll calls must be returned to the pantry and kept heated Until they return. In the meantime, the tables cannot be Uwd by other customers. I By PETRONIPS JR. THE ; JlWK 4 CITYWIDE have been nominated for Conn runoff election It le«s than three weeks away, - . . · - . ' At tliat rime Long Bench voter* will elwt · City Council to serve the next three yean. , · EIGHTEEN CANDIDATES-- ncludlng all eight Incumbents- ell posts. * , In thn new fourth district, which had no Inrnm- \trnt, the e«nt«t l» I* 1 - ttwen Illll Dnlniil iinil At \Vllllnm«, two young ittur- ney». ONLV Jil I'KR CENT OF the voters participated In Tuesday's primary election even with the hot Issues of fluorldn-llmportant runotf election, tlon and Barton ballot. Flits on tht · . But In June there will to ' .* n» »itrh controversy to »t- Intel viiten to the polls, , 1 It Is doubtful the Water bond '' · Issue will stir up enough Interest to bring out a large number of voters. ' IIHiHT NOW IT API'EAIW , , that the toughest problem fac- .· Ing all Council candidates will :,be drumming up Interest In the · ' RON nOOEHS delinquency la a type of deficiency disease caused by t Jack of orderly rock 'n' roll and'or drag strips. Ron held a press conference In Los An'Mri Thursday to expound Teen-Age Young American's platform of « drac strip In every A, Zorln will fly to Moscow today. It will be the second trip home for both Stasscn and Zorln during the present session. They made hurried trips to Washing- city and every chick In a rock W roll dance program. . ,,,,.. M O S C O W rinrin,. th. RON SAYS his .orcanlzatlon also Intends to establish n'^ter recess substantial sports program on a nonprofit basis, and talent rallies and other teenage activities. AN ALTERNATIVE «uggestion on how to combat de. linquency was advanced here In Long Beach Thursday by George Ereg, president of Senior Teenagers of America, SENIOR TEENAGERS of 'America has worked unceasingly agnlnrt delinquency whilst shunning vulgar publicity. For ln sttlnce, George points out. It Is not generally known that Senior Teenagers of A. has a membership of thousands of our finest youne people between the ages, bf 42. GEORGE WOULD combat juvenile delinquency by providing dental caps for every teenager. Rock 'n' roll being what It Is, SOURCES here said decisions they reach at home might make or break the disarmament talks when resumed, Stassen will consult with U. S, It Is practically Inevitable that every teenager will end up with no i|P ce( J; Secretary of Stale John Foster Dulles this afternoon and perhaps with President Elsenhower later, although a conference with Ike has n o t b e e n an- Aaron Schultz ary- Open Monday Friday Nights THIS a tooth cup In his 'lung, as happened to Chief Teenager Elvis Presley this week, AND, GRORflE SAYS, there Is nothing like a couple of weeks In a hospital to keep a kid off the streets. _ , ; · ;:* ;,·,* rhtl P rc ETM M '· l ndee ! · wonderful thing. Not on \y are Ol|r m0( jern metropolitan areas putting In modern Improvements Ilka juvenile delinquency, the Arizona Highway Department Is Installing telephones In private toilets for Us top officials In building In Phoenix. the department's new $925,000 office A DEPARTMENT spokesman said the wlred-for-sound fa- ctlltles were necessary to permit top officials to receive phone cal|s In private without disturbing conferences which might -be In progress In their offices. ' · ANI IN the future, whenever a highway department boss! finds It necessary to fire an employe, he will call In the slacker .The East and West have advanced various propsnls during the two months of dragged-out Lyons Dog Show LYONS, France than 400 dogi of all breeds from France, Switzerland, Italy, Germany and Belgium will com- lete In the International Canine Exposition here during the weekend, and say: I'LL TROUBLE you for your key to the men's telephone booth." Resident! of Landold In Nottinghamshire Thurs day i earne( j wny their village had been plagued with a.series of minor fires In recent,weeks. Two PART-TIME firemen admitted In court they set the blares because they needed the overtime pay. AND IN Chelmsford, England, the conductor t o l d the Women's Institute Choir: "Sing as you've never sung before-raise the roof." · · WELJU THOSE dear, dear ladles more than cooperated. But what goes up must come down, and, alas, the auditorium roof did. FOUR CHOIR members went to the hospital with cuts and abraliloiu. ., , , * ' · * · · . " * · . - . · · p r _ _ _ w » Speaking of music, a retired Missouri piano r resent p i ayeri name 0 - H.arry Truman, was presented with four pairs of shoes and one pair of spiked truck shoes by the Boot and Shoe Workers Union In Kansas City Thursday. THE UNION cited Truman as "America's walkingrst presl- dent." Harry was dubious about the spiked track shixv. "I have no need for them," he said. "HOWEVER," he added, "they would be good to wear to itep on the toes of anyone who gets too smart." i Weather High and low ttmp«ntur» u r*. portad bjr tht Unltad ttatoa Wtathar Burtaul EARLY AMERICAN 3-PC. SECTIONAL As frcih as Spring with theREG. 133.95 smooth flowing contours of distant landscapes , , . built with the deft perfection that gives sincere meaning to the word QUALITY . . . box pleat flounce, reversible cushions, sweetheart button back, wing styling ' EA. SECTION Ktu. i oo.y: 99 M. L. Long Btich M 82 Lot Angalti 77 M Lai Vagaa BoMon Chicago .. ._ Clovaland 6144 Danvar 37 J2 Daa Molnaa 4 S 4 t Dilroll «2 S/ ralrbanki,A (941 Miami S971 Okla. City Omaha H. I. l»7 4S41 tlt« 7)4- M4« (231 4] SanPranclaeo 65 83 714 I21 71 «4 S2U II 41 PlttVburgh Portland St. Loula · Saanio Thormal Naw Orlaana Naw VorK TIDES High (Id. today will bo I.I foal at 1|J4 p.m. and low lldaa will bo«.0.5 foot at 6|47 a.m. and 2.4 faal at I|02 p.m. High tldai Saturday Kill bo B faat it 121M a,m. and l.S faat at 2*37 p.m. and low lldat will bo .0.1 foot at 7iS« a.m. and 2.1 faat at 7|03 p.m. Sunrlial |91| aunittl 7i4. mDEPENDENT^ Month Voaf Cirrtar D«ll¥«ry KM (M.M llngl* Ospy ---- Wa ·y Mall - UO tUJja PubllthM dally MMpt Sunday at Sixth St. and Pino Awa., Long mttch ·U. Calif. Inttrad at aawnd claaa minor Mar. «, 1*41, al Lang Baton 1, Calif, Adjudicated by Suparlor iJJ l|rt '- u ~A n .» ' «.£fii n «)'' °* »· irt, Loa i I, Paaroi YOU DON'T NEED CASH AT NASH! COLONIAL CRICKET CHAIRS Beautiful Early American styling, rich, hand- rubbed Salem finish . . . charming accents for your home ... for any room: bedroom, living room, etc. In Early American print pattern! of red, beige or green. ' REG. 19.95 NOW 14 95 Terms! Trade-Ins? Of Course! PROVINCIAL LAVABO SET Authentic Styling that recaptures the charm of years past . . . qusint crackle finish, antique brass fittings . . . bowl may be used as planter. Matching candle sconce* extra: Regularly 4,30 ca. Now, },69 each. 2 Pel. Reg. 12.95 NOW «-*'5 2 PIECES CHROME FINISH! SIMMONS MOTEL STANDARD MATTRESS BOX SPRING SETS Used by better motels across the nation. Exclusive auto-lock construction, pressure- locked coils, sag-resistant border, heavy upholstery cushion, heavy cover, Duro-Grip handles, full or twin. Sold in jets only. SIGNAL LIGHT · REVERSIBLE GRIDS ' · TEMPERATURE CONTROL It'i «n op«t grill for bacon, «ggr or chopi -- a c!oi»d fill tor ««ndwich»i NASH JIWILIKS 101 INI AVt - MMHO Mud M* tin O.I. O*OH NOW MfMOTt 201 PINE AYE. NO INTEREST--NO CARRYING CHARGE Frltfty »»t MtMiy !«··.--Pkiu HE B-S354 MASLAND RIPPLETONE Here is one of the GREAT features of our ANNIVERSARY SALE--Throughout the years this ALL-WOOL Hi-Lo textured car- · net by MASLAND has been an all lime BHST SELLER! Now, during this great ule you can have this fine carpeting installed, WALL-TO-\X'ALL on 40-ounce Spring-Step Padding for just CARPET n 50 1 I SQ. YD. COMPLETELY INSTALLED WAGON WHEEL BUNK BED Thisis not the narrow 29" »ize, but n full TWIN SIZE . . . our finest top quality bunk bed selling during this sale at a price you'd expect to pay for t much inferior type. Favorite Wagon Wheel design, heavy post construction, Includes guard rails and adder. Only po«l lade 59 Reg. 76.95 95 ll-Cu.-R. 1957 with MAGNETIC SAFETY DOOR and REVOLVING SHELVES Model LB I2P Refrigerator * BEAUTIFUL PINK INTERIOR * DE LUXE FEATURES HIGHEST TRADE-INS '·A Alt-afaHV C.TTIWTW TV Main Store 4321 Atlantic, Long Beach -CmrmJLl,vr^ .jl^JUIUmJ M MJ , Appliance! also «t N. Long Beach Store 5170 Atlantic .

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