The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 5, 1958 · 40
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 40

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Sunday, October 5, 1958
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4 PortlA-SUM.,OCT.3.1958 log Jngflr g Zimtt 3 Need of Human Pilots, Despite Missiles, Seen Air Force Leader Predicts Continued Use of Manned Aircraft; Fliers Honored Although the Air Force'i killed last July at Edwards traditional weapon, the air-.: craft, is being challenged by ! unmanned vehicles, Gen. :, Thomas D. White, Air Force Chief of Staff, last night told I the Society of Experimental Test Pilots that studies on v future defense needs calls vfor a force of both manned 5 and unmanned vehicles. Gen. White, addressing so- ciety members and guests at , a Beverly Hilton banquet ending a three-day sympo- ; slum, said: "By exploiting the best features of both systems we feel we can increase the rate of application of firepower. Until we can achieve a sur face-to-air missileground 'environment combina- tion which can identify and ' destroy at great distances ,lrom their targets an types of enemy forces, I feel man ;will be in the picture." ; . Fliers Honored During the program, hon ; orary fellowships in the so-i ciety were bestowed on four : famous fliers: Knc bpnnger, .Douglas Aircraft test pilot of the 20s; Benny Howard, J' noted for his racing planes; vCol. John Macreadv, USAF Sret.. one of two who made Vthe first nonstop transcorv ,tinental flight in 1923, and I Adm. William V. Davis Jr., Navy tost pilot. Receiving the Iven C. y Kincheloe awards, named c after the Air Force test pilot Air Force Base, were James R. Gannett, Boeing Aircraft Co. test pilot, and Joseph J. Tymxzyxzyn, Civil Aeronau-, tics Administration test pilot, who obtained certifica tion for the first American turbo-iet commercial trans port. Four society members elevated to full fellowships were Scott Crossfield and James L. Pearce. !North American Aviation, I n c; R o sr e r Gardner. Curtiss- Wright Corp., and Richard L. Johnson of Convair. Loyola. UC Law Teams to Match for State Title Loyola Law School's Moot Court team will meet the University of California School of Law team for the State championship at 8 p.m. Wednesday in the ballroom of Hotel del Coronado in Coronado. The competition will be held in conjunction with the State Bar Convention which gets under way at Coronado tomorrow. The Junior Bar risters of the State Bar Association sponsor the contest. Representing Loyola will be Edward M. Daley, G. Robert Olsen and Vincent W. Thorpe. u V " r, v , ' ' . I f t I I ,'.( I! 275 Attend Occidental Debate Demonstration Sheer forensic horsepower rattled windows at Occi dental College yesterday as 275 top debaters from 24 Southern California colleges and universities took part in an all-day debate demonstra tion clinic sponsored by the Southern California Colle giate Forensics Association Even the topic "Resolved: that the further development of nuclear weap ons should be prohibited by international agreement" was explosive. The clinic, a curtain raiser to the new college debate season which will see local students arguing the nuclear disarmament issue in com petition with other students all over the nation, was held to give the debaters a fac- Scientist to Speak John H. Huth of the Rand Corp. senior staff will tell possible electrical energy sources for space vehicles Oct 14 at an 8 p.m. meeting of the Institute of Aeronautical Sciences. 7660 Beverly Blvd. tual grounding in the sub ject by a panel of Occidental professors. Dr. Paul Johnson (mathe matics). Dr. John McN'ally (chemistry) and Dr. Patrick Wells (biology), all of Occidental, made up the panel. Dr. Norman Freestone.! speech department was mod- SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA 'PIANOl A turn vmi M TOUt HOMf KM rH but. 737 S. Hill St. MA 2 2222 6328UufICon.PO2754 PILOTS HONORED At ceremony owording the Iven C. Kincheloe owords at dinner of the Society of Experimental Test Pilots are, from left, James Gannett and Joseph Tymxzyxzyn, test pilots receiving the awards; Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. Thomas D. White and Al Blackburn, new president of the society. Tlm pnoto ALL-BREED DOG SHOW ON IN PASADENA TODAY Visitors to Pasadena today will include four Dandie Dinmonts, three Rhodesian ridgebacks and 10 Lhasa apsos, All high class dogs. , They'll join 1030 other na bobs of dogdom vying for top honors in the Pasadena Kennel Club's 51st anniversary all-breed dog show at Brookside Park. Judging of obedience-traind dogs will get the day long competition under way at 9 a.m. Ninety breeds will be represented. C. K, Rickel of Ft. Worth will judge best of show. Amelia Street Pals Reunion Set The. Amelia Street School Pals will hold their annual reunion and dinner at 7 p.m. Oct 18 at the Carolina Pines Restaurant, 7315 Melrose Ave. The Amelia Street School. one of the oldest in Los Angeles, was erected in 1886 and . demolished in 1937. Many of the city's business, civic and political leaders were educated there. T" PRIVATE SALE Famous Antique Collection J and Furnishings of John Scott Trotter 2330 OUTPOST DRIVE, HOLLYWOOD (OvtpfC Dri Iitnmu Frnklia An. Betweea HiUu4 A L Bra) American and English Antique Furniture European and Oriental Porcelains 1 English Sporting Prints Miscellaneous Household Furnishings TODAY, SUNDAY, 10 A.M. till 6 P.M. MON., TUES., OCT. 6 & 710 A.M. to 5 P.M. Sale conducted personally by Mr. John Scott Trotter mmHmmmmmmmammmmmmKmamssmrBmmm ' : H,-.m-iiittmmr., Abb ilOHM sale! wonderful gifts for allto family your choices 3 photographs of you In any six or finish at V price Time is so precious during the December rush, we are willing to pay for it in October. Have your Christmas gift photographs taken now and you'll get 3 professional studio photographs in your choice of size or finish at half regular price. By acting now you save the higher cost of acting later. Plan now to let October help defray December expenses. Come in this week and get paid for your kindness. typical values: 3 3x7 portraits . . , teg. 15.00 now 7.50 . 3 8x10 portaits . . . reg. 18.00 now 9.00 Hav your Christmas gift pictures taken now No tppointment is needed Full selection of proofs shown May Co. Photograph Studio Downtown 2nd floor; Wihhire Appliance Bldg.; Ltkewooditd floor; tastUnd lower level; Valley 3rd floor. downtown XLUU Q STORES f -a 1 a j rjatch overhaul pedal s 6.95 ono week only raw oak and finished frames 1.75-5.45 reg. 2.45-9.95 A. Beautifully grained sturdy, full 3" raw oak frames. Will take any finish or can be left as is. Supply is limited at these wonderfully low prices. B. Contemporary 3" limed finished flat frames. A terrific buy at twice these prices . . . these unusual frames are now offered at prices within everyone's reach. A B 8x10 1.75 2.45 16x20 2.65 3.95 9x12 1.85 2.75 18x24 2.95 4.25 10x14 1.95 2.95 20x24 3.25 4.55 11x14 2.15 3.05 22x28 3.65 4.95 12x16 2.25 3.45 24x30 3.85 5.35 14x18 2.45 3.75 25x30 3.95 5.45 I 1 DAZOR LAMP CfcL wbulbs 24.95 24x36 drawing tables 21.95 Solid oak base Clear pine drawing board Pencil ledge Adjustable height and 90 tilt 23x31 19.95 k 31x42 26.95 finest quality cotton canvas panels buy in lots of 6 and save monday thru Saturday Treat your watch to a thorough overhaul during May Co.'s 6 day special. Included are cleaning, oiling, regulating, replacement of broken hands, stem, crowns, balance staff and mainsprings. All mainsprings replaced by May Co. are guaranteed for the life of your watch. Additional charge if other parts an nttdti. Except Patek Phillip, chronometer self-winding, repeater, cylinder and chronographs. rtpalrs guaranteed for one year May Co. Watcb&Jtwilry Repair ill six stow size 8x10 9x12 10x14 12x16 14x18 16x20 each 20c 25 30c 40c 50c 65c 6 for 95c 1.20 1.50 1.95 2.50 3.10 size 18x24 20x24 22x28 24x30 23x30 each 15c 95c 1.50 1.75 1.80 6 for 4.25 4.75 7.95 8.95 9.20 May Co. Artists' SuppliesDowntown, 4th floor 1 UWaVY, e STORES 5 poeial purchase! unset diamonds A shipment of fine South African diamonds, $250,000 for 165,000. ' 1 0h ill) Vx carat 1 carat 149.00 329.00 225.00 value 550.00 value 2 carat V carat 099.00 249.00 1375.00 value 375.00 value 1 V carat 3 carat 409.00 1600.00 750.00 value 2400.00 value no extra charge for mountingt Your choice of 14K white or yellow gold mounting tt no extra charge. We will gltdlr give tou our WRITTEN GUARANTEE of cut, color, cant weight and clarity of the diamonds, no money down many other values not listed. Flawless brilliant 2j carat 300.00 val. 130.00 val. 47J.00 val. 365.00 95.00 300.00 2 J carat, budget buy Over carat f'ne clr Ideal engagement size, 710 carat Very impressive. 3.41 carat 1 carat, a real beauty An eyecatcher at a bargain, almost 112 carat Very fine l2 atat The luxury look, 1 CUit Almost 3 carat, rare buy Flawless blue-white heart shape, 1.43 carat Pear shape, 1.48 carat Emerald cut, blue-white, 1.96 carat 2100.00 val. Fine quality, 2y2 carat 1950.00 val, Flawless, brilliant, 2.61 carat 4000.00 val, All prices plus 10 Federal Tax MAY-TIME PLANS GIVE YOU TIME TO PAY Miy Co. Fine Jewelry all six stores 433.00 val. 285.00 2600.00 val. 1700.00 625.00 val. 425.00 1100.00 val. 700.00 ,230.00 val. 189.00 1300.00 val. 840.00 4000.00 val. 2700.00 2100.00 val. 1250.00 val. 1450.00 775.00 1400.00 1300.00 2750.00 a famous ram star at each of our 6 may co. stores monday night, 7 p.m. in tho boys' dept. Come and bring the kids to meet their favorite football hero. There will be six different Rams Stars appearing at the different Stores. Bring your autograph books for free autograph. .w-Wff Lamar Lundy, I Wem-imXmMJ i I Leon Clarke, ' ! -!'rr- . Les Richter, f Nfw''V ' v-fV f Eastland Jr ' ' 1 &rH Jf;"' Don Burroughs, Crenshaw v'' vx i ' .. a . ..... V Dick Dtuherty, Wilshire 1 Billy Wade Valley be the first in l.a. to wear official l.a. ram playwear a. ram rooter's cap 1.50 Colorful blue and gold L.A. Ram visor caps in S-M-L to fit 6'2 to 7 head sizes. b. ram sweat shirt 1.69 Full .cut white sweat shirt with luxurious fleece lining, L.A. Ram screen print front. 6-16. c. rams tee shirt 1.19 White tee shirts of fine combed cotton with official L.A. Ram in colorful screen print. 6-16. Phone and nail order promptly filled MA. 6-3533 May Co. Boys' Store all six stores mmmmmmmmmsmmmn shop monday 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. at all six may co. stores (downtown 'til 9 p.m.) 1 i 6

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