Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 21
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 21

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
Page 21
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THREE-QUAHTER-TON GIFT Accepting the keys to a new, -l^-ton stake truck donated by Downtown Optimist Club to the YMCA Is L. A. M c C n l l (center), executive secretary, YMCA Downtown Branch. The truck will be used In developing tho Y's new IGO-acre Camp Oakcs. Also shown are Bob Waldron, Optimist boys work coordinated chairman, and Dr. Clarence Lundell, Optimist president.--(Staff Photo.) I Ready New Y Camp for Service iii Fall A new 160-acro YMCA camp lite In the San Ilcrnardln Mountains will be partially com pleted and ready for first us 20 Months on Wiretap for Elkins PORTLAND, Ore, Wi -- One facet of the vice Investigation he helped start, caucht up Tues day with Blc Jim Elklns, when the Portland racketeer w a s irntenced to 20 months In prl ·on for violating federal wiretap statutes, . U.S. District Judfio William East also Imposed a $2,000 fine on Klklns, who was a major witness before a Senate Labor- Rackets Committee Investigating charges of Teamsters Union corruption. · · · · JUDGE EAST sentenced Raymond Clark, an employe of El- klns and a co-defendant In the trial, to six months In prison and fined him $500. Clark 1: « former St. Helens, Ore., police chief. Both men were convicted of ·even counts of violating the w i r e t a p statutes. Maxlmiur sentence on each count could have been one year In prison and a $10,000 fine. Elklns and Clark were re. leased on bond pending their next federal court appearance here June 17, when their mo- Horn for a new trial will be heard. Judcc East snld Tuesday that If the appeals of the two men fall, they should be confined In ft county Jail here to be on hand to testify In a number of itate court trials. · · · · ONK OK theso, the perjury of Mayor Terry Schnink. Is scheduled to open here todny. Schrunk Is charficd with lylnR when he told a state crand Jury he did not take a bribe, · More than a score of persons has been Indicted by state Juries since. Elklns made his disclosures to the Oreeonlan more than one year ago. Elklns 1 testimony contributed to many of the Indictments. He ·(so was a major witness acnlnst William Lancley, when hn wai removed as Multnomah County (Portland) district attorney for failure to proscutcj gamblers. next fall, a YMCA official laid Tuesday, L. A. McCall, executive sec retary of the Y's downtown branch said Camp Oakes, lo catcd about clKht miles south enst of Hie Bear, Is schedule! for completion by the lummer of 1958. The project will cost an estl mated $150,000, he said. Con structlon will start In June. The new site will be used bj thousands of LonK Beach youth Ihr both summer and winter camping. · · · · - · ; MrCALI, SAID the camp Is the first the YMCA has owner since 1949, when Camp Cole was destroyed by fire. The Y In the nterlm hai rented camp slte:i Downtown Optlmlit Club Tuesday donated to the YMCA new, ^t-lon stake truck for use In dcvrlopinc the new camp. 3r. Clarence Lundell, club pres dont. and Bob Waldron, Optl mist boyi work coordinating chairman, presented the vehicle o McCall. The truck was purchased rom Bel Burns Ford. Crash Boat Rescues 11 ^ onl ° on Brid f Use Restricted Men Stranded on Isle by High Tides POUT HUENEME (UK) -Eleven shivering ' 1 s h ermen, stranded since Saturday on Ana caps Island, were dramatically rescued Tuesday by a Navy crush boat. Hero of the rescue was chief quartermaster F. C. Sanderlln, who rowed a life raft ashore through choppy surf to reach the marooned party after attempts to shoot a line had failed, Sanderlln attached a line to s raft and secured It to the bench at Frenchman's Cove. The [Isliermen were then shuttled back to the boat. After 11 men lad been broucM aboard, the boat proceeded tn the other side of the Island and picked up two other members of the party who mil made their way to a Coast Guard llEhthnuse, · · · · THK HAOOARD group was taken to Port Hueneme. After routine examinations, all returned to their homes. The crash boat was called Into the operation after a Coast uard amphibious plane . tried vainly Monday to land In the heavy seas off the Island, situ ated some 11 miles from the mainland. The plane dropped food am blankets, Monday, two members of the party made what the Navy called a "miraculous" crossing to the mainland In a 16-fool outboard motorboat. The pair, William W. Prattler, 33. of North Hollywood, ant! Phil Warrender, 47. of Sunland, alerted the Coast Guard to the plight of their companions. ONLY ONE CONCLUSION Is possible: Classified Ad are so well used because they get results. Put one to work today. Dial HE 2-5959. FIRST AID TO Son Ey«-LAVOPTIK · Slop Illtli loot «yt troubles btfon ih«r fH bis. Uuiooihlni pluunt LAV- OFTIK Ey« Ulioa. Prompt reliif for lort, inrUm«L llctllnj, burnlns tin or morwr bitk. O« LAV-OP-TIR Ey« Lotion todiy. (Ey»up Includnl.) All The retractable p o n t o o n bridge on Seaside Blvd. will be closed several hours dally for eight days beginning Saturday because of hl|th tides. The bridge, which spans the entrance to the Long Beach Inner harbor, will be closed ai fol lowi: ·. , May 25--3:15 p.m. to 9:43 p.m.; May 26--3:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.; May 27--6 p.m. to 11 p.m. May 28--6:30 p.m. to 11:30 pm; May 29--7 p.m, to 12 midnight; May 30--7:30 p.m. to 12:30 a.m.; May 31--8:15 p.m. to 1;15 a.m.; and June 1--9 p.m, to 2 a.m. New Many Wear FALSE TEETH With Little Worry E»l, U1L Ituib «f ·«·«·« without ,,,, o) in-our. (.U. «**tb drappuw. ·lIDDlni " woWllni. PAHTWTH haldi pUM. nmw «nd mort Bom. forublr. Thu piMMnt powd« h" BO pimmr, «w»». P»«» «·«·, « '"''·*·· boMiTt MUM null.**, »'» ·I**'"' IDOD-Mld). ChKH T ' 1 * TM " ' ' (d.niur. bmtb. Oil PABTKTH Swapped Mates Fool Press MILLflRAE t/fi -- The twolwrltten note on the door read' Mlllbran couplet who swapped mutes In Nevada Monday, cymooned Tue»d»y while the baby-iltter for their nix children played a tantalizing g»m« of hide and aeek. Somehow the word got around that J. Martin Brooki. 35, a garden supply itore owner, and eye doctor Frank Schwartz, who traded wlvei by divorce and remarriage, had returned to the Brooki home, · · · · THK FIRST REPORTERS | reselling the home found a hand- Ing: "Reporters not w e l c o m e . Thank you." Mri. Georgia Bennett, who li taking cire of Brooks' four children and Schwartz* two, uld the wives were aileep upitalrt and the men had gone to work, A check at the garden supply itore and the doctor'i office ihowed otherwlie. »· · · · / N , MRS. BENNETT took ft note INDEPENDENT-- P«g» iwf I*..*, cm, 11. tw to be paued on, aiklng for In- , tervjewi. She returned and uld · the aniwer wa to com* back later. · Then In mid-afternoon, Mr*. Bennett laid she muit contest 1 \ the truth: The couplei weren't; there and hadn't been itnc* th« · switchover at Reno and Canon '. City, Nev. And, she added, the had no '. dea where the couplei were. KIMIALL PIANOS $425.00 and Up FOLK'S PIANO. o«aui MOP J I H M.LS, M», ttmnt* low*. IOTI) Nl 1-04M Off » to · OfMt--l tm · CM. IH Ml DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS fllSfyWfl Mr 4 694 9f 49f tt9^tH/f · SINGLE BREASTED SUITS C«««« nu4* wife. IsJMJMllr tallwW to yen, M l«v M $7100. OIMM fnm MM flmt AHtruthtt ft 4H Fuzz Harris 111 I THIRD STRUT. PH. HI 744M CHOOSE FROM PRESENT STOCK... GET IMMEDIATE DELIVERY... 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