Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 6
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 6

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 6
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PARENTS CO TO SCENE Fear Downey Girl Reno Fire Victim RENO, Nev. (UP1)--The parents of a showgirl, missing In the Golden Hotel fire, are" en route here from Downey. Calif. Arthur and Dorothy Sncl grove wld they were shocked at hearing the news their daughter was missing In' the blaze which claimed at least one life Tuesday. Carol Maye, whose real CAROLE MAYE... Fire Victim name is Carol Snelgrove, was captain of the line at the Golden for the Paris Revue. She is'a former professional Ice skater and a graduate of Downey High School Firemen won permission to tear down remaining walls in the fire-ravaged New Golden hotel and the search for bodies was expected to re sume today. * · · * THE ONLY body recovered from the blazing downtown hotel was identified as the list of missing guests dwin died from 31 to 5. Relatives identified the one known victim of Tuesday's conflagration as Miss Gerrude Hollebrook. 68, oper ator of the "Small Fry," a children's 'clothing shop In San Francisco. Firemen feared at least three others died In the 10 lour blaze that left only black rubble and a few shaky brick walls where the "Glittering Golden" had stood behind Reno's Casino Row. The hotel management stil declined to estimate damage except at "several million dollars." Guests were hauled out o smoke-filled rooms by th dozens, but firemen were un able to search Inside before walls started caving in. INI INDEPENDENT--P«9» A-7 EVERT MAN SHOULD BE IN THE BLACK An. excellent color, fashion-wise and financially. Daroff hu tailored these suits in an incredibly fine blend of Worsted and rare Turkish Kid Mohair, woven by the best mill in England specializing in Mohair. An impressive suit for successful business days. Impeccable for evening. 'BOTANY' 500 "MONDE" MOHAIR Ttilcrtd by DAROff PAY 1/6 MONTHLY Downtown Long Buch 240 Pint A«c. Opin Wc«. ( Fri. HE 4-Z429 litiwoed Cinttr 5024 Liktweod Blvd. Opt" Mon. Thutt.. Fri. E«ti. 'til 9:30 ME »JI$; Judge Rules Hawaii May Unload Vessel i ·' mm^-*^ : *'* f frt£^^--'''f ; r f \ '*^ ;v i'l Packard Bell HONOLULU (itt -- Circuit Judge Ronald B. Jamicson apparently paved the way Wednesday for the unloading of tons of food supplies aboard strikebound ships in Honolulu Harbor. He ruled that the state Is entitled to take possession of the goods aboard the Hawaiian Planter, idled hereby Coast shipping the Pacific strike. he action by paying a $10| FOREIGN FlAG and East iling fee. " ·----· '- ' Atty. Gen. Shiro Kashiwa said he hoped that nt least one ship would be unloaded by Saturday. SAN FRANCISCO W -- Talifornia a n d Hawaiian Sugar Co., Its Crockett refin ery plant idled by the mart time strike since March 24 announced Wednesday con cut off the lifeline to the island state, which depends largely on ships involved in the nearly three-week-old strike. i THE R U L I N G stemmed from a suit aimed at getting all stranded cargoes unloaded It was Initiated by the state and merchants and Individ uals have been encouraged to make themselves parties to The walkout has virtually tracts with foreign flag and East Coast ships for ship ments of raw sugar. Donald McLean, president of CH, said shipments would be received at nearby Crockett next week and normal refining operations resumed April 12. The shutdown, forced because the maritime strike shut off supplies of raw Hawaiian sugar, has Idled 1,100 of the plant's 1,500 workers. Coast based vessels are not Involved In the strike by three seagoing unions against the Pacific Maritime Association. McLean said CH had contracted for delivery of 30,000 tons of raw sugar by the Panamanian · registered Michael G, loaded with Philippine sugar, the Leif Erikssen, Norwegian vessel, with Australian sugar; and the Ocean Dinny, with an East Coast crew, sailing from Hawaii. The deliveries will be made between April 11 and 20th, the company said. -THE have that special way with mOXPORKLOIROH. COMPLETE HOME ENTERTAINMENT CENTER TV, STEREO, AM/FM FM-STEREO COMBINATION With 3-way choice of TV controls: manual, or I of 2 wireless Roto/Romote controls optional anytime, now or later. 23" TV picture (276 sq. in.I. Set-N-Forget fine tuning. AM and FM radio. Equipped to receive the new FM-Stereo Multiplex broadcasts. 4-speed record player, diamond needle. Separate power supply for TV and stereo/radio. 6-speaker hi-fi sound system. Hand-finished all-hardwood cabinet with tambour door, shown in Scandia Walnut finish. Also available In Colonial Maple. Army Cuts Reserve Divisions WASHINGTON (AD-Thc 1 Army moved Wednesday to regroup its reserves drastically by reducing four National Guard and four Reserve infantry divisions into brigades and setting up a ready-to- fight force of six National Guard divisions. The plan, which is subject to review by Congress, contains political dynamite because it treads on state pride and traditions linked to some of the units to be broken up. The Army announced that four National Guard infantry divisions to be reconstituted into independent brigades arc:: the 34th of Iowa and Nebras- 1 kUTtlTe 35th of Kansas and; Missouri, the 43rd of Con-! nccticut, Rhode Island and Vermont, and the 51st ofi Florida and South Carolina. FOUR RESERVE divisions o be disbanded and their manpower reorganized in the same manner are; The 70th of Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland; the 94th of Massachusetts, the 96th of Arizona, Idaho, Montana, Washington, Nevada and Utah and the 103rd of Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin. Tho Army did not disclose i the identity of the six priority i divisions which will be tagged; 'or call-up first In event of a ' future emergency. | It was believed four of them would be the 26th Infantry of Massachusetts, the 28th of tional Guard divisions now on, active duty--the 32nd Infantry of Wisconsin and the 49th Armored of Texas. The top priority six-division force, intended to back up the 16 regular Army divisions, will be maintained at 75 to 80 per cent of strength as compared to 52 to 78 per cent in the past. MoJ.I 21DK-4S THE VALUE LEADER IN COMBINATIONS! There's a new low price on this tap performer. 23" TV picture. Hand-wired chassis with power guard transformer protection. Stereo with 4.ipeed record player and diamond needle. Six ipeatir lyitem. AM and FM radio. Available with FM-Stereo Multiplex as Model 23K-3S. PER WEEK This Portable TV TURNS ITSELF OFF! Now you can fall ajleep watching TV and the TV will turn itielf off. 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At joor food store now, b the lamllltt 3-lbs. and (he convenient new 12-or. sire. · Be sure to try mamHotH UNOX lUnn, loo. Tender, jaky, ready-toot A size for «*th firaflp onr-tno-Uirtt-fhe pound cans Youngest Princess Has Baity in Japan TOKYO. Thursday W» -Emperor Hirohito's youngest' daughter gave birth today to son. her first child. Both were reported doing well. The 23 - year · old former Princess Suga was married in March 1%1 to Takako Shimazu, an employe of the J»p- .in Export-Import Bank. WEEKLY TERMS FROM COME IN FOR A DEMONSTRATION TRADE IN YOUR OLD TV TODAY! BURK'S You Won't Find Lower Prices Than Burk's Prices . . . Anywhere NOW 2 LOCATIONS to servo you DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH 356 Long Beach Blvd. NORTH LONG BEACH 5372 Long Beach Blvd. Open Evenings Until'» · Sundoys Noon Until 7 · HE 5-6303 · SP 5-2719 .SAVE AT BURKS~ SAVE AT BURKS SAVE AT BURKS SAVE AT-BURKS SAVE AT BURKS

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