Independent from Long Beach, California on May 23, 1957 · Page 19
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Closing date NEWS IN BRIEF ^, : , . v , V i ;y . _ Defense Dqpt. Pays L.B.G of C Honor Long Beach Chamber of Commerce has been presented the Department of Defense Reserve Award for "outstanding ccopera. Won with re»crvlsts and reserve activities," Chamber Presldeaf George Badenhausen disclosed Wednesday. ·-·.,-. The Chamber, which has been conducting a reserve educa tlonal program In high schools for the last three years, was cited for "patriotic foresight" and "real assistance to the success of · the defense effort." An annual barbecue and golf tournament will be held Friday, June 7, by the American Petroleum Institute, Southern District, nt the Lakewood Country dub. Golf rounds start at 8 a. m. and the barbecue at 6 p, m. Lt. Jame» Zarlfe*. son of Mr. and Mrs. Peter D. Zurlfei, 431S Olive Ave., was on the second-place Class A volleyball Uam In a recent 4th U. S. Army tournament at Ft, Chalfee. . All States Picnic May 30; An all-states plrnle. dedicated to the Oklahoma Golden Jubilee, will be held In Sycamore Grove Park, 4700 N. Flgueroa St., Los Angeles. Thursday, May 30. Oklahoma Congressman Lou 8. Allan! will be speaker. Ohio State Nuclety will'meet Saturday at 6:30 p.m. Ir Silverado Park Clubhouse for pot-luck dinner, dancing and cards. . . . The 37th annual Nem»h» County Plcnlo will be held Juno 0 In Sycamore Grove Park, Los Angeles. Marylnu IVlrrmnn, Scrlpps College senior from Long Beach, will clvo a vocal recital Sunday at 4 p, m. In Balch Auditorium on the campus I n Clarcmont. , . . . . . . . . T Temple Services Set : . * Sabbath Eva services In Temple Beth Shalom, 3388 Long Beach Blvd., will be held Friday at 8 p. m. Rabbi Maurice Schwartz will speak on "Being Counted." Services also will be held at 9:30 a. m, Saturday. Examinations for position of assistant traffic engineer will be given by the City of Long- Bearh Monday, July 1, Room 333, Municipal Utilities Bldg., 215 W. Broadway. ~ for applications Is Monday, June 24, at 4 p.m. « The 113th anniversary of the Declaration ' j of the Bab was observed Wednesday at 8 p.m. , f at Morgan Hall by local Bahals. . ..... . ' ' . Robert Arnold Downing, son of Mr. and 1 ' Mrs. Charles E. Downing Sr., S624 Rocket-St,, -1,' . Lakewood, has been appointed a cadet In the · ' U. S. Coast Guard Academy, New London, t Conn. ' Downing, who will be graduated from St. Anthony's High School June 6, will,report to the academy on July 1. -.--· . .,., ' .... Downing L.B. Men Attend Bankers' Meet Annual Independent bankers breakfast of the California Banker*' Assn. convention In Los Angeles' Ambassador Hotel was attended by Fonda McCook of the National City Bank of Long Beach and 11. K. Dickinson, W. R. Ilorton. Martin Katte, Kenneth W. McLaren and Kenneth G., Walker, all of the Farmers and Merchants Bank. Edwin Caatagna, Lone Beach public librarian, will be a speaker at a conference on library, administration-at UCLA, Aug. 7-9. Threp students of Lang Beach City College Business and Technology Division, 1303 E. Pacific Coast Hwy., have been awarded $50·scholarships by Lone flench City College Faculty Wives. Winners are George,Smith, 988 Truman Boyd Manor, aircraft student: Nell Clark, I486 Gavlota Ave,, merchandising; and Myrna Koiithnrn, 323 E. 61st St., business major . . . . Industrial awards program winners from BTD are William Fuller, 313 Hullett St., tool-design engineering student, and Herbert Barber. 2324 Eucalyptus Ave., drafting major. . Heads Industrial Educators .Jay Ackrnrmn, aircraft'teacher at BTD, has been elected president of the Lone Beach chapter of-the California Industrial Education Assn. Other new.officers Include Harry Llndroth, Marshall Junior High School teacher, vice president, and Qulnton Fromer, Wilson High School t e a c h e r , secretary- treasurer. Paul Lynn and Keith Oravei, retiring as teachers of Industrial arts at Polytechnic High School, have been awarded certificates of appreciation by Deputy Superintendent of Schools Odle Wright. California Trucking A«n. will present drlver-of-the-month · .awards Friday night In Los Angeles' Blltmore Hotel to eight truck drivers In tho Long Beach area: Carl Hut ton, 3329 Cerritos Ave.: George Thorpe, 12224 Cnrmita St., Downey: William E. Turner, 11935 Card Ave., Norwalk; Rudolph A. Smith, 10814 Madge Ave.. South Gate; Richard T. Cannon. 329 E. Pine Ave,. Compton; Franklin Blake Tuylor, 4318 Walnut St., Lynwood; Raymond Bridge. 233 E. 183th St.. C a r d en a; and a, W. Demurest, 1616 Stanford Ave.. Redondo Beach. Annual Chadron, Neb. picnic will be June 2 In Recreation Park. Private-Duty Nurses | ,, - _ , * ' · - - ' » - - ^ · '- ''.--.' l .V ; Raise Fees $2 iDaily!^ '· Formal notices of Increases In .private-duty nurses' fees are county medical societies and Cor. Collins to Hear ^ Hildas Parents Today TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (HE)--A ewlsh couple arrived, from Miami Beach W e d n e i d a y counting on God and the gov- rnor" at a showdown hearing n their fight to keep a little outer daughter . they . raised rom Infancy, i- · MeMn B. Ellis, 43, and his retty wife, Frances, 37, go be- ore Gov. Leroy Collins today o plead fpr refuse In Florida com a Massachusetts extradl- Ion warrant. The warrant harges them with "kidnaping" lx-yeaiold Hlldy McCoy, who was born out of wedlock to a Catholic mother and adopted by he Elllses. ,. . « · · . L! ; 7v, f fh IP THE GOVERNOR will nly refuse to sign the extradl- Ion paper* and let us stay In Florida, we feel sure the courts ere will give us permanent cus- oday of Hlldy," said Ellis. The Elllses feel that a recent tale supreme court ruling that U.N. Profit Reported UNITED NATIONS UP) -"ho U. N, Children's Fund re. wts It made $259,346 last year elllng more than 6 million greeting cards. , A HIT IN 1907 ; ' · Old Lobster ;· Song Dug Up ,'. for Library^ ·· NEW YORK UIV-The Library of Congress can stop being lob- I iter-faced over Its missing song. Rep. Rooney (D-NY) recent | ly reproved Librarian Qulncy L. Mumford because B constituent ' couldn't find a copy there of an old tune entitled "The Lobster j Is the Wise Guy After All," , , i Mumford said he couldn't ac- i count for Its absence either If It was as popular as R o o n e y claimed, , 1 Wednesday, l o n g publisher Jerry Vogel turned up with a .copy of the song and a bit of clarification. Turns out the cor- 'r*ct title Is, "I'd Rather Be a ; Lobster Than a Wlso Guy." And .the song was a big hit hack In .1907 In a show called "Playing the Ponies." · Vogel Is mailing the tune off 'to Washington right away. ither agencies placing private- luty nurses, Mrs. Mary P. Fra er, president of the Long Beach Curses' Asm., a n n o u n c e d iVednesday, , . ^. . ... The Increase, amounting to $2 or an eight-hour day, becomes iffectlve on a state-.wlde basis unc 3, Mrs. Frazer said, and ets the per-day fee at J18. The 'new fee schedule was rated last month by the private- luty nurses' section at the annual convention of the Call ornla State Nurses' Assn. and was approved by the CSNA ward of director^, Mrs. Frazer said.. ,. ,..,, . ^ , . - ...... Slightly higher per diem fees are listed for care of alcoholics and for mental and drug addle- Ion patients and for communl. cable diseases. ,. llvi nit IHs tt Rlliy at IBS I, HUNTINQTON HOTEL '" i or A Mxxia LONO - ,1110 I. 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Willow -- Phone OArflBld «.«ua . . . . . · · - . - · i · the welfare of the child comes first In custody cases will work In their favor once they get past the extradition crisis. 'I guess you can say we're counting on God and the gover- HOUSEWIFE ·^'Tnnws-Away · SPECTACLES! ' HMIMWKM, MUnw »«", umr J WMIM, alhl«tM , . , TlwiMndi · cf ««Wt In ill mini ·( Illi r« "tonwini «w.r lluir IIMCUCI..." ,' Now UMT tnlor t*t'Ml f lilos cor- wilon, but iiohodr IIMWI iinr «» w««fln« ili.Mi. Iff, IM, MM M ffM f r « u SIMM* fnmMt L«t M III TOU with · ftlr of tlu MW pl..tl« · o R t · · t URHI. Th«M Mphyr-IUhl m«i»n» I.HM* fit ur*- Ir «im wnforuiilr rt«M o»r iiu ·urtftM of Ihi «rti do Ml Inl.rf.rt with "Miki-up" irpllMUmi ·Ilinl- luU dtaivr ·( brMkMO art ··'· for tllrfporU, InilMIni rwUmnlBn. Call, »hoM or wrtu for lh« f»Mt- n.tlnit bookltl Ih.l OPIUM how ·unmet liixw »«f «t»n MW op- potlunlllii for TOU I Dr. 1. H. BOM, OpIoiMtmt (W twt l IJOHI Bttehll ST Pino Affnuoi HM 0-I31H HH ···!». offltM l» Wllra- tnitoB *M TomuMft. nor to get us through," Ellis said. Hlldy, a bouncing, blond youngsters, stayed with friends it Miami Beach, where she will )e promoted from the first to tha second grade of her private school Friday and will recite a part In her class play, "Snow Whit* and the Seven Dwarfs." The Elllses flew her* with their attorneys Ben Cohen, who Is Jewish, end Jack Lloyd, a Catholic. , , U V ^ ' « · · · ' · »iV AT THB AIRPORT In Miami, an old friend from Boston, retired world heavyweight Cham- U«f amk, Mtf. Thm. Mrr M, 1*17 INDEPENDENT-Pig* A-(f; plon Rocky Marclano, who recently moved to Miami, "wished ui good luck and said he wished he could help us win," said Mrs. Ellis. Lloyd iiald he and Cohen plan to "attack the validity of the state, Massachusetts extradition war rant. 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