Independent from Long Beach, California on March 10, 1966 · Page 35
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 35

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, March 10, 1966
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P*g« B-IO--INDEPENDENT le " IN NAVY CIRCLES Homecoming; pinnings in news By FRANCES WRIGHT Home c o m i n g happiness and Navy Relief service highlight this week's news in Navy circles. The arrival of the USS Carter Hall and the ships of Des Div 232 account for '. the -happiness. ^ Thousands'of hours of· volunteer service were recognized at a'pinning ceremony luncheon in the ballroom at Allen Center : last .Tuesday. Among those honored were, two women awarded 1,000- hour charms: A l i c e . Buse (Ens. Caroll R., USS Topeka) and Ethel McGrath (William J., FTC USS Benner). Florence Massey (Capt. Malcolm, CO USS Guadalupe) was presented with a 600-hour pin. Twenty-four others were scheduled to receive, pins marking 100 hours of volunteer service although a few were kept away from the ceremony by the flu. Rear Adm. and Mrs. Carlton B. Jones shared in the presentation of the. awards for hours spent in knitting, sewing, interviewing in the Navy Relief office, or minding the store at the Thrift Shop. Adm. Jones, COMIN- PAC/COMNAVBASE Losa, is President of the Long Beach Naval Relief Association while Mrs. Jones is president of the Women's Auxiliary. .Mrs. John W. Dolan Jr., wife of the Naval Shipyard ·· Commander, is chairman of the Thrift Shop, succeeding Evelyn Duke (Capt. John, NavShipyard). The two were honored recently at a luncheon at Allen Center attended by. many of the vol- · uhteer workers. Met Anne Adair on her way to that luncheon. She was succeeded by Mrs. Jones when Capt. Jamie Adair was relieved as NavShipyard Cnmmander. There were 55 women.who attended the pinning luncheon at tables decorated with blue and gold marguerites. They included earlier pin winners and present workers. Additional volunteers are always needed because of transfers. Also needed are donations'of clean clothes, furniture, pots and pans, etc., which may be left at the Thrift Shop or in one of the designated bins on the base. * * ' 4 * - ' .THE NAUTICAL Club will luncheon in the Patio Room at Allen Center Thursday. Florence Ross will take over the gavel from Lou Heissner. The new president is active in the local Ladies' Auxiliary of the' Fleet .Reserve Asso- 'ciation, Unit 43, and is a past national president of the women's group. Navy Wives Club 123 was named in Florence's honor and she has been active in many local civic organizations. The new vice president is- Peggy Seagrave who s p e n d s so many hours in Navy Relief work and aiding at the Naval Dispensary. She has knitted and crocheted an amazing number of beautiful .sweaters, doll outfits, and other articles which she gerierous- .ly donated to various groups. Social hour for.the Nautical Club begins at 11:30 a.m. with luncheon at 12:30 followed by a program of light entertainment.^ · ALLEN CENTER is going in for bridge in a big way these days. Not only are . their duplicate bridge sessions continuing every Tuesday at 7:40 p.m. as in the past but they are adding daytime bridge lessons be- ginning on Tuesday after"noon, and evening ones on Wednesdays. Partners are always available. The Navy Doctors' Wives Club has a new set of officers. Dodie Black (Lt. Cmdr. Maurice) was succeeded as president by Patricia Krzeminski (Lt. Cmdr. Arthur E.). Other o f f i c e r s-'-are Mary. ' Vohlman (Cmdr. D o n a l d ) , Jan Wade (Lt. Dale), and C h a r l o t t e Eddington (Lt. William R.). Their installation at'a recent meeting was followed by a program given by Burdett Harrison, an ex-' pert on college planning programs. * * * ff FRIDAY, 30 of the "Fighting Lady" ladies, wives of officers aboard the carrier USS Yorktown, 'met for a pot luck dinner, Italian style, at the home of Elaine Hillenbrand (Lt. Cmdr. Ronald E.) in Seal Beach. One interesting feature of' the evening was- the taking of colored movies and flash camera pictures for deployed husbands. Five of the Yorktown wives are, ,now "following the ship," including Mrs. F. B. Gilkeson, whose husband is COMASWGRU 3. A new- comei\who was welcomed at the dinner was Janice Gore Air Station. Following the dinner, they will attend the current show at Melodyland. Chairman for .the event is Mrs. Kenneth Privatsky. . ·:' V' ··". AM BREAKING my rule about no baby announcements here to tell you about twins Christopher and David, who arrived in Gainesville, Fla., in January. They are the sons of Katie and Lt. Griff Hamilton, who have many friends here. Griff, who is getting his master's d e g r e e in physics there, served two tours of .duty here, one aboard USS Brinkley Bass (I think) and^one in the Mine Force. Nice ".to hear from Katie. · : . . DELTA PHI Omega sorority of Cerrilos College in Norwalk has adopted one of t h e minesweepers, U S S Pledge. They' plan to send baked goodies, packages, letters, and paperbacks. CLUB CALENDAR LBCCPatrons " ' . ' · · ·. ; : '.Y V,v: . - . - . · ' - . : ' , · - . ' . ' to hear scholar! . Patrons of City College-Don Malone;-student on the Liberal Arts Campus, ^will speak on "What a PCC Scholarship Means to Me" at 1 p.m. meeting Friday in Parish Hall of St. · Luke's Episcopal Church. The public is welcome. " Friday Discussion Club-In the tradition of FMDC presidents, Mrs. Paul J. Findly will plant a tree at Recreation Park following 10 a.m. meeting at Bayshore Library -Friday, 195 Bayshore Ave. Three minute .talks will be given by Mmes. R. A. Clifgar'd, Oliver Bene- dikson, Arden Carlson, Robert Greeley, Archie Jones and H. A. Zelsdorf. Luncheon will be served at Little Sweden. · Brotherhood of Railroad ^rainmenr-Ladies Auxiliary will sponsor a^luncheon and card'party, noon Friday, at the Garden Room, 909 E. Third St. The public is welcome. . ' : , 'i Woman's' City Club-^Hnr- riiohica Band of Sunset Club, sponsored by Volunteers of America, will perform a concert of favorite melodies during 1:30 p.m. program Friday at the clubhouse, 1309 E. Third SI. Chadeayne ·Wintrich will direct. Luncheon is planned at noon. Order of Eastern Star-Palos Verdes Chapter 310 will initiate hew members at 8 p.m. Friday, Palos Verdes Temple, 5155 E. Pacific Coast Highway. Ind ianola Club--Luncheon will be,served at. 11:30a.m. Friday ai Crown Cafeteria. NAVY RELIEF VOLUNTEERS RECEIVE 1,000-HOUR PINS Mrs. Caroll Buse (left) and Mrs. William McGrath (right) were pinned. In center is Mrs. Carlton B. Jones, chairman of Women's Auxiliary. WITH THIS COUPON ONLY Women's Shoes, Special Purchase! Over 2,200'pair Better Women's Shoes, values to 18 Choose from Natural . . Bridge. Red Cross, Naturalizer, eso Debs and many other brands. All colors, styles and heel heights. All sivtes but not in every style. Thieves' Market · 445 Long Beach Blvd., Downtown Long Beach SPECIAL BONUS VALUE A REVOLUTION- ; IN TALL STYLING! Tall' Designer CLOSEOUT 300 DRESSES NOW $11.98, . WHILE THEY .LASfl" 1 "' Ow i'7* Or I v 715 PINE AVE.'V DOWNTOWN LONG.IEACH Farfc FREE «t 445 Pacific (Nert H LKkwwd Furs) (Lt. Jg. Milton B.) who came here from Whidbey Island. Janice has been here since October, living in Santa Ana with her three children, but the wives have Just located her. . The group is saying good- by to two of the members at a coffee Tuesday at NAS.Los Alamitos: Nancy Samuelson (Lt. Cmdr. C. R.) and Mary Lou Butler (Lt. Cmdr. Harold). · THE LOS Alamitos Navy Club 217, NAS, will be eels brating their sixth anniver sary Wednesday with a din ner at Club 56 of the Nava CR1S TIMMONS Timmons to head new center Cris Timmons, professional dancer arid choreographer will head the Long Beach Civic Light Opera Training Center. Classes in dance, drama and voice will be conducted at CLO studios, 518 E. Fourth St., with special emphasis on developing talent for musical comedy and other phases of the entertainment industry. Children's classes will be held from 3 to 6 p.m., Mondays for beginners and intermediates and Wednesdays for. more advanced students. Production classes for teen-agers and adults in tap, ballet and jazz are scheduled from 7:30 to 10 p.m. Mondays and for advanced students on Wednesdays. Registration will be taken Saturday; classes b e g i n Monday. For further information call Long Beach Civic Light Opera. STOPS PAIN OF MINOR CUTS, BRUISES Ordinary ''first aids" only ioolhe jlightly. Solarcaine First AM Cream stops pain. Lulls aci'iated skin-nerves with Benzocainc used by doctors. Works wonders with dozens of skin injuries that hurt, burn, itch. Antiseptic. Aids healing. Moisturizes. A real First Aid Cream--Solarcaine. AIM I* UBt» mi Sfftj Urrnt A GLIMPSE OF YOUR FUTURE . . . SATURDAY, MARCH 12, IS SPRING FASHION DAY AT THE BROADWAY- LONG BEACH Come see v/hal you'll be wearing, and loving, this Spring . . . come see the new looks, the new color excitement, ihe new way of accessories . . . all informally and easily modeled for you from 12:30 io 4:30 p.m. on our Fashion Floor. Enjoy no-stick, 'no-scour cooking 9-PIECE TEFLON SET Aluminum with Teflon 9 coated interiors. I, rf. and 2 qt. covered pans, 5 qt. covered.hitch oven, skillet, nylon spoon, spatula. FRYIK6PAN Because oE the TeSon coating, foods fry without fat, cant stick. Pan. needs no scouring. HSTEIASIETS 77 Multi-face ted oval tiaslof, rc;:- ttuigutor cr corner baskets for every room. Many color*. 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