Independent from Long Beach, California on May 21, 1957 · Page 6
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 6

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, May 21, 1957
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J-1 ·" f · V I . YfTT '" '· "'" "F"" 1 Graham Wants to TV Religious ;Grcus 9 NEW YORK UR^Evansellitinewi conference. "Maybe one or Billy Graham said Monday he · would like to stage a nationally :clevl»ed "r e 11 g i o u i extrava Eanza" with Fred Warlng'i glee club singing the hymns and Roy logcrs discussing i p l r l t u a l matter*. . , But Graham ·admitted his as- ... . · oclates do not sec eye-toeye TMWoin extravaganza." . with him on »uch a project. I J · · · ' - · · · · . · ., ; For that reason, ho told a( ', YOU'D HAVE an orchestra, 1 . c *"... con(erence he wllle » t(|lck and a glee club like Fred War-J i 1.1 · f?.*...~j.* n K' 1 t° *' n B the old hymns."i In *hls four oaturday't, 14 ,«w! ^ , /···· , M ° 'aid. TTie whole program il be done with all the flair, of popular shows. You'd have a five to eight minute skit em- phasizing a moral or iplrltua truth.;. --/,· ] _ , , - . . · "You'd 'have an Interview with Roy Rogers or VIce-Preilden Nixon or what have you (hu would emphasize spiritual meaning. And then maybe five mln ules of preaching,right-at the camera. No longer than that.- I »i truuiu fcano a jut ui IIIUUCY time period you have.'and a lot of faith and probably you're going to be up agalnit would run Into some eccleilaitl- lomethlng anyway." · - . - , . · ca ' crltlclim, but I'm convinced f-rahan, M i, mi «. j thB churches should use the Graham H ld,he Mill hoped ^ . nodcrn methodj Aftcr some day to put on "a kind of all. the menage doein't change, only the method of communl cation," ' . "" vlllon 'FIRST IN UNE FOR SAFETY CHECK Car of N. J. McLaughlln, president of Long Bench Safety Council, Is first In line for the fourth annual cal- safety check which opened Monday on 14th St. at Pine Ave. Preparing to Inspect car Is Earl Allen (left), who Is performing duties for third year. Motor Officer Keith Day (right) assists. Safety check, free to the public, Is available Monday through Friday from 10 a. m. to noon, 2 p. m. to 4 p. m. and 7 p. m. to 9 p. m. Safety stickers will be given motorists whose vehicles pass tests. No citations will be Issued.--(Staff Photo.) 2 LADS FOUND Off {for Disneyland With Family Cash LOS ANGELES (Uni _ Juv rile authorities Monday held tw Seattle youngitcn who tct ou for the make-believe land of gum. The youngitcr* reportedly V « Dlineyland with a year's suppl ,'· 1 of bubble gum and more Urn $3,600 In cash. The youngiten, Edward G , Zelaiky Jr., 12. and Richard N ' Daly, 13, were taken Into custody at Union Station, about 30 mile ihort of their goal, when a rail road agent became uiplcloui o them. The agent, J, F, Robcrti, said ' h o noticed the youths were wear- Ing thoio capi with thq buckle In the back. "I knew those boy« were up to tomcthlng. The capj didn't look right with blackleather motor cycle Jacketi, levui and boots." J · Robcrti turned the boyi over ward Sr., Instructed authorities to juvenile authorities who reported the pair had $3,608.69 In cash, Including icvcral $20 gold onstop." plewx, and 14 diamond rings, various expensive watches and huge quantity" of bubble admitted getting the money and valuables from strong boxes be. longing to their parents , In Seattle Friday nlfiht. The youngster* said t h e y spent Saturday night walking around San Francisco, then de elded to come to Los Angeles and Disneyland. r Officers estimated the pent about $290 during thel- tirc«-day sprce_ and probably would have been'disappointed In rylng to get Into the big amuse. ment park In nearby Anaheim, "nllf. Young Zelatky's father, Ed' Woman Leaps, Run " Down by Her Car ' · SAN JOSE WI-Elghty.ycar- old Mr*. Ruble Terrell, of San Jose,'leaped out of a runaway car at nearby Almnden and was crushed to death under the GRAHAM SAID he wa« ready to do battle for the Lord against the TV ratings of star entertainers Perry Como and Jackie Gleason. · | Graham's New York "Cru^ mule" will be beamed to the na| tlon from Madlwn Square Garden every Saturday night for four weeks beginning June 1. 'We'll Just take the leftovers," Graham jokingly told a 'A K Santa Fe Arthritis Conquered LONG BEACH-He normal Izci thw cvitemi of the body by hli different application o: treatment, then 'palm leave blnti. muKlei relax, become normal, circulation r e m o v t i congestion, gland* function bet ten elimination becomei nor- mat. nervM quiet down, food llgesti better. Improvement In auto, police reported. · Inealth. more energy, .better Mrs. Terrell jumped as the ' lee P- d«lre to "W* again cnr started to-roll down an l"-'^'^"^""^'""^'"^^ cllned driveway where It had mg ' rnuju. 'Ph.' HE 8-2403. Of' been .parked. Tier. 2315 E. 7th St. · · Phone HE 6-9608 The secret of vodka enjoyment is in Wolf Schmidt's Wolfittimidl Ltd.. Dundilk, Md. (0 or 100 piool. 100% Gnln Niutnl Splrttl Product of U.S. A. * Foreman Clark * , '-· " ' *'/' ·' . '-" T i , ( ' offers you i ri - ^ . · . ' · ' · · · an entire wardrobe for · / . · * · only 342:95 #.; . i · * THE LIGHTWEIGHT FABRIC-MAGIC TRI-SPORTSTER Complete with . contrasting SLACKS f telephone to take enough money for "plane fare home -- and the conference officially wll open at 9 a.m. today. Officers will be elected Thursday morn- Ing. Final event will be a ban quet Thursday night.,,-,- T , House OKs Medal for Korean Dead WASHINGTON W -- T h e Houw paused Monday a bill authorltlng award of tht Medal of Honor to the unknown «erv- Iceman of the Korean War. The bill, passed by voice vote and tent to tho Senate, completes legislative arrangements *·!· the ceremonial entombment in Arlington National Cemetery of an unknown American of World War II and the Korean conflict, alongside the unknown aoldler of'World War I. City Clerks' Meeting to Open Here Today Municipal clerks, coming'from 300 cities In most of the states of the Union, and a sprinkling from Canada, registered Monday for the llth annual conference of the National Institute of Municipal Clerks at the Lafayette Hotel. Arthur J. Shlnnen, tow clerk of Urookllne, Mass., na tlonal president, will preside a the four-day meeting. Margare Ileartwell. Long Beach clt clerk and a member of the In itltute's advisory board, Is con fcrence chairman. , ' "We're going to ' talk ove mutual problems and outlln policies we hope will aid all c til," explained Mrs, Hearlwc this morning. This Is the firs · time the Institute, has met 01 the West Coast. A reception and buffet dlnnci Was _ h e l d Monday evening ARTHUR J. 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INCLUDING THIS FABULOUS $ 248.00 PER PERSON HAWAIIAN HOLIDAY TOUR VIA Includen 111 round liip on Traniocmin'i il««k, 4. ·nglnt Royal Hawaiian airllntri, r«i*rvtd-ito comfort In 2-abreoil iiallng, dtlcclabl* compll- mcnlary mcali aloft. 2 flight altindonli at your tirvlc*. |2| Llmoutln* Iranifen btlwttn hold and Honolulu Airport. (3) Full w»tk'i aceomnio. · dalioni al ont of Honolulu'i fifil-clau holtli bordtring Wolklkl Beach. *·* ' ·,· ..*··.-. ffs^g- TRIP FOR TWO TO LAS VEGAS!«·,*'*.' GLORIOUS DAYS AT THE ^MAGNIFICENT:^ /Viviera HOTEL!" r Vx ..· TO BECOME ELIGIBLE JUST ENTER THE BIR(DJIHEIR COUNT THE PINEAPPLES' 7 CONTEST! JUST fOlLOW THESE E A S Y RULES 1 . Count Hie number of plneopplei In the border. ' 2. Write the total you get on the coupon below ""·· along with your Nome, Addreii I. Telephone. · ','; 3. Mall coupon to BROTHER SEWING KNITTING . , - , .CENTER. Entries muit be poitntorked not later v* " than doling dale, ,,,, ,,,..-.r ..,·, ·, Enlri«i will be judged on correcliteu, nealneu and prompt- neti of reply. The deciiion of 'the jvdgei ii final and oil enlriet become the property of the company. Employee! o( the company or ony publication publiihing Ihii contest are not eligible |o participate. Minors under 18 ore not eligible and only one entry is permilted from each household. In the event that winners do not make °''°na«^ti to receive their award wilhin 72 hour, alter notification of having won, then the oword will be mode to the rw«! cloietl conleslonl. Information on the Hawaii and L« ' Vacation Con,.,, w,,l b. mailed to yoo. , ;; . GRAND PRIZE FREE THIS BRAND , NEW 1957 BRCTHER SEWING MACHINE ,n " -- $100 AWARDS AlUE . . MODtL HANDISE CHECK . -- $50 AWARDS '' n 1999-; ' ' ' OOM , ..... .1M-M · BALANCE 99.95 . » . . 1W,?S . . 50.00 :, ·, ' ,,· .-.,. ,,,., . BAIANCE 149.95 : 500 FREE SEWING COURSES! , CONTEST CLOSES MAY 30,1957 1. It's a Suit! 2. It's a Sports Outfit! 3. It's a Leisure Plus! · tOS ANOEUI SAN IIRNUDINO · NOITH HOllrWOOD · ANAHtIM IOMO SIACH · SAN PIDiO ·rtllNO BROTHER SEWING KNITTING CENTERS ' Dept. L B. 20 Bos No. 15425 DEI VAUE STATION. IOS ANGELES 15, CAUF. ·TOWARD PURCHASE OF A SEWING MACHINE --MERCHANDISE CHECKS NOT APPLICABLE TOWARDS MOOR MODELS OR SALESMAN'S SAMPLES , , . . tOpllonal--Twti E»lra · · · · · . " " .: '·'·'' V ' i MT COUNT II . NAMl___ ADDIW , CITY TltlmONt NO.. Only a combination of F C's own factories and the huge volume of "The West's Largest Clothier" could create a 3-piece value like thinl It's 3 outfits in 1--a complete wardrobe ...for business...for dresa-up.-.for sports and leisure. Tailored in "Linen-Weave" Rayon- , Dacron, in Silver Grey, Charcoal, Dark Blue, Natural, Dark Brown-and "Silken Look" Rayon-Dacron. All with contrasting slacks. IIGHTWIIGHT 2-PANTS SUITS ALSO FABULOUSLY PRICK. 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