Independent from Long Beach, California on May 26, 1962 · Page 7
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Saturday, May 26, 1962
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Thieves Get ;$50,000iii Rich Home DOWNEY--A D o w n e y man Friday reported the theft of more than $50,000 worth of furs and jewelry from his home. 'Downey detectives siid the burglary at the home of Adolph Weinberg. 60. of 11701 Rives Ave, is the largest in the history of the police department. .Weinberg. president of the Coast Grain Co. in Norwallc, told p o l i c e his $150,000 home was entered while he and his wife were attending a theater. Detectives said entry was made through a rear door which either had been left unlocked or opened with a key. Locked closets also were entered, police said. The stolen items included jewelry valued at $43,000, a full-length mink coat, two mink stoles, a sable wrap arid $450 in c a s h. Weinberg said. ' V ' . ' · INDEPINDEri F--?«gt'A-7 Transit Decline I. f-T LJt AafftTei IwtM All but one of the major transit companies in South- em California reported a. decline in patronage in February, with Long Beach Motor Bus Co. reporting the greatest loss, the State Public Utilities Commission said Friday. Statistics for February-- niost recent available to the PUC--s h o w e d patronage for Long Beach buses was down 22.8 per c e n t as compared with February 1961. The only major transit firm not reporting a decline was the Oceanside Transportation System, which carried 43 per cent more passengers l a s t February thin in the corresponding month*of 1961, the PUC said. Statewide, major transit companies experienced an average 5.2 per cent drop in passengers. The Los Angeles M e t r o p o l i t a n Transit A u t h o r ! t y was down 65 per cent. Sicimming Shoic SAN PEDRO--Top-flight swimmers and divers will perform at dedication ceremonies at 1 pjn. today in the new $215,000 Peck Park swimming pool. The aquatic demonstration will include a synchronized swim duet by Barbara Burke and Jo Anne Schaak of the University Athletic Club. Fancy diving will be demonstrated by Los Angeles Athletic Club divers Linda Cooper, Mary Clark, Larry Andreasen and Gregg Shuff. Plans for the 100-foot- long plunge and a contemporary-styled bathhouse were prepared by architects Joncich and Lusby, San Pedro. Tour of Homes NEWPORT BEACH--The sixth Annual Follow the Sea homes tour of the W o m e n ' s Architectural League of Orange County will be held today at 1 p.m. The tour will continue for four hours at eight homes. The homes were chosen because cf outstanding architectural and landscaping beauty. Homes open are those of Dr. and Mrs. J. Y. Watt of No. 4 Harbor Island. Newport Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Kuehn of 1S31 Seadrift Drive, Corona del Mar; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Clayton of 249 Evening Canyon Road. Corona del Mar; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lee of 321 Milford Drive, Corona del Mar. 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