Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 28
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 28

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
Page 28
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-I/ KMX MASTUSOf I' Let's Explore /Your Mind 5119 , --SUII IN CHAPEAU KNOW Mrs. Louis H. Murray, seated, president of Ken-, neyettes, compares bonnet beauties with mem- ' her Mrs. William C. Buchanan. Two are making plans for group's reciprocity hat and astronaut style show for members of Presidents' Club. Event will take place at 1 p. m. Friday in Garden Room, Third Street and Alamitos Avenue. Election of new officers of Kenneyettes will ' take place at noon preceding style event. MEDICINE AND YOU Violent Exercise Related to Polio By BEN ZINSER Violent exercise during a polio outbreak may be hazardous, a UCLA Medical School researcher suggests. ' Dr. Margrct I. Sellers says she has found cvi. ·dence that vigorous ex- 'crcise may lead to polio. Her ex. planation: Exercise gen- ·crates Increased car- ·bon dioxide. ZINSER This carbon dioxide helps the polio virus get from the bloodstream into the nervous system, where it can cause paralysis. ! Virtually everyone has polio' viruses in his bloodstream from time to time but only one In 1.000 persons experiences paralysis. "Dr. Sellers Injected polio viruses Into the bloodstream of mice. Then she placed the animals in an atmosphere o{ Increased carbon dioxide. The mice showed a marked increase in paralytic disease even when kept there for as little as 30 seconds. POLIO immunizations have been ordered in the Soviet Union for all children 1 month to 10 years old during the first half of this year. Oral vaccine will be administered in chocolates. A NEW'STUDY of 184 patients with acute leukemia confirms previous re- Friendship Meet Long Beach Martha Association will have a friendship meeting and luncheon in Welch's Restaurant, 4491 Atlantic Ave., at 12:30 p.m. Saturday. , search: The disease Is most apt to strike in the winter or early spring. This seasonal variation suggests that acute leukemia may be an infectious disease, says a report in the journal Cancer. Pythians Meet Here Saturday Florence M. Smith, grand chief of Pythian Sisters of California, will make an official visit when North Long Beach Temple 44 hostesses the District 23 convention Saturday, starting at 1:30 p.m., in Monte Vista Masonic Temple, 1120 E. Market St. . Edith M. Perkins, district deputy grand chief, will preside during the afternoon ceremonies, when ritualistic work of the order will be exemplified, in competition, by the seven temples in the district. * * * * THE 6 P.M. banquet will be followed by ceremonies at 8 pjn. · Many dignitaries of both Pythian Sisters and Knights of Pythias will be present, including Supreme Representative Betty Becker and Past Grand Chief Harriet Blake, mother of the North I-ong Beach Temple, both of Sonora. Highlight of evening will be presentation of a gold trophy to the temple scoring the highest percentage for perfection of work done during both the afternoon and evening ceremonies. THE MEANING of the word "socieiy" has undergone some radical changes through the years since its heyday when the term "400" was invented. · That expression Is credited to the famed New York social arbiter of his day, Ward McAllister, who ran Mrs. Aster's social doings. It seems 400. was. all .Mrs. .Aster's ballroom would hold and those included on her guest list were considered the upper upper crust Then came income taxes, . lack of servants, the depression and "new money." A special TV show, "The Vanishing 400" will explore the history of society in an hour- long show Friday at 9:30 p.m. on Channel 4. It should be interesting. . WITH BRONZY new sun tans, Sue and Bob Wenke returned home from a vacation in Hawaii, last week I think. At any rate, they did all those things which come naturally to tourists In Polynesia--rode catamarans and outriggers, took surfing lessons and island hopped for ten exciting, wonderful days. CONVERSATION for days at Evelyn and Gustav Berg's home covered all of Texas and California--and that's a lot of talk. Causing the word explosion was the visit of Thelma Humphreys, of Ft.. Worth, a friend of Evelyn's since their pigtail days. While they reminisced about the Lone Star they took in most of Southern Cal. . . . lunching at the Yacht Club, weekending in Palm Springs. Now all is quiet again. Thelma left Tuesday evening. Volunteers Organize at Memorial Volunteer service chairman of the Volunteer Auxiliary to Memorial Hospital, Mrs. Clare Hamman, has realized a goal of long standing, with the organization of 50 business and professional volunteers for the auxiliary. Miss Jane Jones, cashier at the independent. Press- Telegram, was elected chairman of the group. The business and professional volunteers will help hospital personnel in providing the best possible care for patients by adding the appreciated extras on evenings and weekends when the regular volunteers arc home with their families. Present at the initial meeting in addition to Mrs. Hamman was Mrs. Earl Bums Miller, president of the auxiliary. eto you tEARN -rare AT EASE WITH OTHEZS YESD tryins to cover up some of u« t*a. cm* t*rt« *»« i, 1*1 INDEPENDENT--P«9» C-i their own limitations. ' 2) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~"~~ Exchange Student to Give Speech lions. 3) Let others talk about themselves. 4) En. courage them to discuss their special interests, and particularly those interests you may have In common. ,5) Don't u n d e r e s t i m a t e yourself. Delta Gamma Mothers' Club will meet at the chapter house, 2119 E. First St., at 8 this evening to hear a talk by foreign exchange student. Kelko Matsuzakl. Hostesses will be Mmes. Gilbert Crabtree. H a r o l d lledrlck*, Harold Taylor and J. II. Wells. Mrs. Douglas Newcomb will be program chairman. A senior at Wilson High. Miss MaUuzaki will compare life here with that of her native country. · : By SYLVANUS AND EVELYN DUVALL STABER'S SPECIALISTS IN PERMANENT WAVING LONQ BEACH Cor. 8rh LOCUST HE 4.HS7 HIE PARKING VtN NUTI M9UYWOOD .""HO-/as*" 1 tot incuts ' · S5 COMPLETE VVHf PAY MORE? , i · fAtuhint of Mubmtltil · Protiniztd Cttam Solution Obtsinallt only f t STMER'S f.ifttij!lj Good for Fine llsir Vith No Dad) · Ftnttt in Cold Vmng NO CXTIA CHAKGI FOR IONS Htl» Tinting and Bleaching Hair Culling and Shaping 1. A man doesn't really need friends. ' True, at least not in the ordinary sense. If your friends are only people with whom you enjoy a social life (and with whom you may be in bitter competition), they may be fun, but they do not satisfy a need. Your real need is membership in a like-minded group that will provide, not only social life, but standards, ideals a n d support, and who will stick Anniversary Celebrated by Mealms Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mea lin celebrated their 62nd wedding a n n i v e r s a r y Wednesday. The Mcalins, who reside at 2014 Chestnut Ave., were married in Manghold Church on the Isle of Man in April 1900. Mrs. Mcalin. a native of the Isle of Man, was the youngest daughter of t h e Thomas Quayles of Crag' man on Oruidale, Sully Glen. He was bom on Stow-on-thc Wold, England. The couple came to the United States eight years after their marriage. They resided in Salina, Kan., unti 1944 when Mealin retiree from his plumbing business They have lived in Califor nla since then. lie has been a member ol Salina Lodge 66, for 40 years and of the Odd Fel lows for more than 60 years They have one daughter Mrs. May M. Griffith. Long Beach, and one son, Robert Q. Mcalin, Ducna Park, fivi grandchildren a n d three great grandchildren. with you when the going gets tough. This whole mat tcr of friendship needs seri ous re-examination. 2. Can you learn to be at ease with others? Yes. In our discussion of this in our book, "The Art and Skill of Getting Along With People," we suggested tho following ways:'l) Don'l be fooled by "impressive" people. They arc often only I/ATC PASTRAMI! Delicfously Smoked Lean Meat for SANDWICHES in SALADS with EGGS in the delicatessen case at your fanrite market " - ' " SPICY BEEF RBMOVn ? RUST and STAINS ^L (ram UTHTUU* SINKS- 5r bottom! el COffDI POTS -= S.TIUFtOOIS-HmU ~-_ AUTOBUMPtKS ALUMINUM STOSMWINDOm ifiTAit reooocn «UWH,NEWJBStT -DrrCrftrVARVEN D E N T I S T · COMPLETE DENTURE SERVICE · REPAIRS WHILE YOU WAIT · 18 Months to Pay · Pension Work Nilotkol Extraction Arranged For OM Hock Hortk .! So«t!i St. · Cktrrr Avt, N. U»j MoeH 5881 CHERRY AVE. GArfield 2-7906 NELSON UNIFORMS SPECIAL! THURS,, FRI,, SAT,, ONLY! Special Clearance Sale! Uniforms REDUCED TO 7 88 2 for SI 5 Group includes discontinued ilylct from our regular siock . . . waih 'n wear in daeroni, eollont and froilyi . . . you'll recogniio tho famout brand names. Coma early! . . . Iheia won't last! Broken Sizes 8 to 18 Uniforms in Colors $8,98 · $10.98 · $12.98 Nelson Uniforms i18 PINE AVE. frw P«rk ft S1o · H»«n: »:JO I. S:)0 MM. t»r« S«t. SHOP FRIDAY TILL NINE THIS IS OUR SECOND SATURDAY, APRIL 7 COME TO YE OLDE WISHING WELL, WHERE GIRLS AND BOYS CAN SIGN THEIR NAME, ADDRESS AND AGE OH A CARD- MOTHER CAN SIGN FOR A TODDLER. DROP IT IN THE WELL AND MAKE A WISH. A WINNER WILL BE DRAWN ON SATURDAY AT 4. AND MAY CHOOSE ANYTHING IN THE DEPARTMENT AS A PRIZEI CARDS MAY BE DROPPED IN THE WELL ANY DAY FOR SATURDAY'S DRAWING. THE ENCHANTED TREE. GROWING RIGHT IN THE DEPARTMENT. HAS A GIFT FOR EVERY LITTLE GIRL AND BOY. WHILE MOTHER WILL ENJOY THE INFORMAL MODELING OF YOUNG EASTER STYLES FROM 2:30 TO 4. SMALL FRY FASHIONS WILL ALSO BE MODELED INFORMALLY FROM 12 TO I ON SATURDAY. IN SPORT COAT TAILORED BY BOTANY FOR A FUTURE EXECUTIVE. IVY STYLING. WOOL/ORLON BLENDS. OURS EXCLUSIVELY. 8 TO 12. 20.00. 13 TO 20. 25.00 CO-ORDINATED DRESS SLACKS. PLAIN FRONT. WASH-AND-WEAR ORLON/WOOL V/ORSTED. 8 TO 12. REG. SLIM. 9.00 27 TO 30" WAIST. 11.00 BOYS' WEAR. ALL THREE STORES HIS SHOE IS "MARCO" BY BALLY OF SWITZERLAND. BLACK OR BROWN TOP GRAIN LEATHERS. l2'/2-3. 13.95. 31/2-6. H.95 6'/ 2 -8. 15.95 BOYS' SHOES Buffumj" Long Baach it Boy Scout Headquarters. IONS IIACM SANTA ANA UAIINA PINE AT BROADWAY. HE 6-9841. HOURS: MONDAY, FRIDAY. 9:30 TO 9. OTHER DAYS, 9:30 TO 5:30

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