Independent from Long Beach, California on February 5, 1960 · Page 5
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SHE CANT COUNT WELL Navy Man Sheds Much-Wed Wife By DON MADDOCK Navy man Carlyle M. Stanley, 23, was granted an interlocutory divorce decree Thursday because his wife caused him extreme mental suffering. '.He explained to Superior Judge Joe Raycraft that it shook him up to learn his mate was also married to a friend of his. Navy man Marvin Fritchel,' 30, verified Stanley's statement. He said he was the other --or at least one other-husband. Stanley said he married her here April 18, 1958. Then he went overeseas. Fritchel was united with her in Las Vegas five months later, on his return from foreign duty. * * * * THE MEN, who now are shipmates aboard the radar picket destroyer USS Benner, compared experiences and pictures in November 1958. They learned that Peggy Lucille Stanley and Peggy Lucille Fritchel were the same woman. Both men were sending her allotment checks. Attorney Edwin C. l l i f f COMPLETE WEATHER FORECAST Lono Beach and Vicinity: Incremlng cloudiness today with a hloh near 64. Moitly cloudy tonight and Saturday with a 70 per cent orobabablltv of occasional rain on Saturday Mountain Areas: increasing cloudiness today. Occasional rain beginning in the north portion late toddy, spreading southward to the San Jaclnlo Range Saturday. Snow level near 7,000 feel. Interior and Desert Regions. Increasing cloudiness today. Considerable cloudiness Saturdny with occasional light rain likely In the north portion. 56 to 63 In the UDDcr valleys and 68 to /B in the lower valleys. OHshore Wine and Weather Forecast (Pt. Concepclon to Mexican Border): Light variable winds becoming southwest 10-to-20 m.n.h. this atternoon (ind south to souheasr lS-to-30 m.p.h. at times Saturday Increasing cloudiness with occasional rain likely In the north portion late today spcardlng slowly southward tonight and Saturday lo Occansldc. Little- change In temperatures. COASTAL WEATHER SUMMARY A hi oh-pressure ridge extends through south central California to 600 miles southwest of San DIcgo. Some rain was reported along the const north of Evreka Thursday evening with considerable cloudiness southward over most of the California const SUN. MOON AND TIDES Sunriie: fi-48 a.m.; sunset: 5:27 p.m. MOONRISE: 12:04 D.m.; moonsef- 1:06 a.m. Tides: Hl 0 h, 4.5 feef at 3:54 a.m. and 2.9 lee' at 5:50 p.m. Low, 1.0 foot at 11:36 a.m. and 2.3 feet at 10-18 n m THURSDAY WEATHER REPORTS California H L 'Copter Aids Rescue of Man in Canyon' A 54-year-old Rolling Hills man was rescued from a deep canyon near his home Thursday by two sheriff's officcrc lowered to his side from a helicopter. Richard Owings, 26829 Dap* pie Gray Lane, disappeared into the d e s e r t e d area Wednesday night in a fit of despondency. Officers said he had cut his right wrist with a pocket knife. He was reported in fair condition. Long Reach Long Beach Airport Lo:, Angulei _ Avnlon Bakersficld Bishop __ Biythe . El Ccnlro _ Fresno .. Aibuauernue Anchorage Atlnntn . _ biinirircK Bnston .. Chicago Cleveland - Drnvor . _ _ DCS Molncs Detroit fort Worth " " Helena ... _ Honolulu _ IndlnnnDolls _ Kansas City Las Vegas Memphis Miami ...,, Lowest temoeratun 55 IV 71 46 75 42 60 37 Across The Nation H L Prc. 45 95 ... Newport Beach Palm Springs Riverside . Sacramento _ ,, San Bernardino S.in DleflO _ _. San Francisco Santa Barbara _ Vlctorvllle _ _ _»,, H L 61 51 77 41 64 44 55 41 65 39 66 5J 57 50 59 41 62 34 H L Prc. 34 77 ... 36 18 71 40 1.19 Milwaukee Ji n MlnncODoNs-St. Paul t} 14 .18 New Orleans 36 75 New York .. _. ._ 53 29 Oklahoma City _ 43 35 .63 35 7B .10 Omnhn _ 31 22 .03 5i 75 . Phlladclohla SO 23 . . 43 70 f Phoenix 64 36 31 ?2 .OJ Pittsburoh _ " ' '"" 54 27 39 17 Porlland ""' 4B 47 15 53 46 .?? Reno ^B 74 38 16 . . Richmond ' "" 1' ' 52 33 87 63 St. LOUIS . 4t 38 39 32 U Salt Lake CMy 39 22 II 36 33 .68 Scoltlc 53 45 62 31 .... 5ixjk,inc 40 31 64 57 ... Washington _ _ _.! 52 28 _ In thr 48 adlnccnt slates Thursday was 18 below icro nt Big Plney, Wyo, Highest was 81 at Clcwist Lemnitzer Disputes Taylor on U.S. Military Capabilit got Fritchel an annulment last Dec. 29. lliff also represented Stanley. He told Judge Raycraft he learned that Peggy, now 37, was apparently married to, and drawing an allotment from, a serviceman named Johnson when she wed Stanley. lliff added that Peggy is now in Alaska and is believed to be married to a serviceman named Allison. "This woman can't count very well," Judge Raycraft observed in granting Stanley's divorce petition. WASHINGTON (UP1)--The former and present A r m y chiefs of staff Thursday gave Congress contradictory assessments of U.S. military strength as compared with Russia's. Gen. Maxwell Taylor, who retired as Army commander iast year, said that, beginning in 1961, "the tide will run against us" in the military ·ace with Russia unless heroic" sacrifices are made for a stronger defense. * * V :;i HE TOLD Senate investigators looking into the adequacy of U.S. armed might that 50 to 55 billion dollars ihould be spent on military preparedness in each of the next five years. President. Eisenhower's defense budget for the next fiscal year calls for an outlay of 41 billion dollars. Not long after Taylor left the witness chair, Gen. Ly- man Lemnitzer, his successor as Army chicf-of-staff, told the Senate inquiry: "Assuming that we carry out military progress at the present rate, we will have the capability of deterring general or limited war for the next two or three years." Taylor's and Lemnitzer's views contrasted sharply in a number of other respects. Taylor, an outspoken critic of Eisenhower's military policies, charged that civilian budget-makers had deprived :he Army of money to equip tself with modern weapons for fighting limited wars. * * * * LEMNITZER S A I D the Army has "considerable capa- THIS WEEKEND These Are All Complete Dinners Which Include: · SOUP · SALAD · HOT BISCUITS · BUTTER · HONEY · COFFEE · DESSERT FRIDAY TUNA NOODLES en casserole or SWISS STEAK SATURDAY 3-EGG HAM OMELET or SALISBURY STEAK with Mushroom Sauce SUNDAY BAKED PORK CHOPS with ?9iiioe au oratin or CHICKEN CROQUETTES with cream gravy 8 DAILY FIVE OTHER ENTREES TO CHOOSE FROM BREAKFAST FROM 50c DAILY * Inil 'si Nibble 1:1:11 A T i . A n HOI ItS: Daily «:: Sundays r, · i\ :t-»»oo A.M. - »-.»» I'.SI. lli IVoitii - It I'.M. bility to fight limited wars right now. He also said he was "satis fied" with the decision of th administration to give th Army only about 43 millio dollars out of a total of 38 million Congress specificall appropriated for the.curren fiscal year for weapons moc ernization. Lemnitzer said the Arnr "didn't get all it asked for in the new military budget but he made no vigorous at tack on those who trimmei its requests. BE MUSICAL with one o the instruments or pianos of fered in Classified today un der Classification 79 79-A Lady be seated... Help your daughter grow up to be a poised, gracious young lady. Encourage cultural activities such as playing the piano. Stop in today and see our new Cable-Nelson spinets. If you .like, we'll be happy to recommend a teacher. Available n furniture styles and . finishes (o suit any home decor. Una Bind c«ilf., r,\t n , fu . J; "" INDEPENDENT-P.ge HERE'S A BEAUTY THAT TEASES YOU INSIDE! And then pleases you with the most willing variety of conveniences ever to make an automobile great! 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