The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on December 10, 1948 · 20
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20 PrtI-FRlDAy,DEC10,1943 . 2 HOjS attgeldS CfltttS I 4 ':.i"S2?sSffi Vy... ,. in. i 1 "'" """"" " i . " ' ..... .-.. w r "3 5 V UWJM H JMM'CTH.,, . 1. eeJL?A-J iL - a aj" ... '. , t M ..ummmmMmmmmmmjti ...i,ViirL.i-. i I i LAS VEGAS WEDDING Mrs. Dorothy Ruth Sullivan, 27, daughter of the late Babe Ruth, and Dominick Pirone, New York contractor, pictured after wedding in Las Vegas -minutes after each of them got divorces. Wi ohoto S.C. Professor Reveals Killer's Class Outburst Otis B. Bush, 46-year-old SC pharmacy student who shot a po liceman to death last Sunday, was to have been placed under treatment for serious mental illness the following day, it was learned yesterday. Dr. James C. Coleman, SC psychology professor, said he had informed the University Health Service on the preceding Thursday that Bush was in need of medical aid. An investigation had been completed and the student Was to be taken to a hospital the day after he fatally wounded Officer Delmer Cook. The professor disclosed he became aware of Bush's mental state when the student revealed "sup- Costa Rica Votes to Form Assembly i SAN JOSE, Dec. 9 OP) President-elect Otilio Ulate Blanco's National Union Party has won elections for a Constituent Assembly which will review the government situation in Costa Rica. The voting was held yesterday, exactly 10 months after the Presidential election which set off a bloody revolution. Returns are Incomplete, but conclusive. The incomplete count gave the National Union Party 26,648 votes to 5733 for its nearest competitor, the Constitutional Party. pressed hostilities" during a classroom outburst. Bush shot Cook in front of the student's home at 4730 Angelus Vista Blvd, when police attempted to arrest him at Mrs. Bush's request. The wife said her husband sought to force pills down her throat and forced a physician from the house at gunpoint when she called for help. Dates for Schools Conferences Set SACRAMENTO, Dec. 9 (JP) Improvement of public school services for both children and adults in rural areas of the State will be considered at four conferences sponsored by the State Department of Education during January and February. Roy E. Simpson, Superintendent of Public Instruction, said the conferences will be held at Chico State College Jan. 6 to 8; Fullerton Union High School Jan. 13 to 15; University of California at Berkeley, Jan. 27 to 29, and Fresno State College Feb. 3 to 5. Two Killed in Blast PEIPING, Dec. 9 (JP) An ex plosion of a boiler in the Peiping-Han':ow Railroad Administration Building shook Peiping's banking district today. Two workers were killed and four injured. E. S. Kellogg, Ex-Publisher in Southland, Dies LA JOLLA, Dec. 9 OP) Edward Samuel Kellogg, 70, retired Southern California newspaper executive, died tonight at his La Jolla Beach and Tennis Club home. He was formerly associated with an older brother, the late Frederick William Kellogg, in Kellogg Newspapers, Inc. The organization, which owned a group of Los Angeles County newspapers, . was sold to the ' late Ira C. Copley in 1928. At one time Kellogg was advertising manager of the Pasadena Evening News and later was publisher1 of the Alhambra Post-Advocate. A native of Norwalk, O., he came to California 39 years ago. He moved to La Jolla 11 years ago to live with his brother, who died in 1940, and a nephew, William Scripps Kellogg, president and general manager of the Beach and Tennis Club. Other relatives include the wid ow, Mrs. Cecil E. Kellogg of La Jolla; a son. Edward S. Kellogg Jr., of Glendale, owner of a Los Angeles advertising agency, and a brother, Robert Kellogg of Ottawa, Kan. The funeral will be Saturday. PLANE TRIP JUST LARK Grandmother Charged With Kidnaping Four NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (U.R) A grandmother was fingerprinted and brought into court on a charge of kidnaping today, but she treated as a lark the airplane "abduction" of her four grandchildren from their California home. The attorney for Mrs. Kathleen King, 52, said she was more or less an innocent bystander in the transcontinental jump of the four children from the home of their father, Zoel Lynch, Coalinga (Cal.) automobile dealer, to New York. Went Shopping Her defense was that she merely took the children out Christmas shopping. She "happened" to run into her daughter, Mrs. Marianne Teitelbaum, who was divorced from Lynch in 1946 under a Nevada settlement in which Lynch was awarded custody of the four children Nancy, 12; Thomas, 9; Mary-Jo, 7, and Judith, 6. First thing she knew, they were all aboard an airplane bound for New York where Mrs. Teitelbaum lives with her second husband and two other children. She said the trip was such a surprise, she didn't even bring extra clothes. She showed up in court wearing a borrowed dress and carrying an out-of-place white purse; Fingerprinting Fun Although California authorities ! are treating the case as no joke and seeking the grandmother's ex-1 tradition on a kidnaping warrant, j she smiled gaily during the fin gerprinting and said: "This is fun. It's like a game." Judge Morris Rothenberg pa roled her In her own custody for a hearing on Dec. 23. The children were with their mother at an unknown hiding place pending a ruling by the court on whether theyyhould be in the custody of their mother or father. Lynch flew to New York immediately after their disappearance and he and his ex-wife were engaged in a battle of writs over their custody. - .That issue, too, was postponed. Mrs. Teitelbaum will produce the children in court Monday for a ruling. STOP CEEJ 4 ENGINES 12 HOURS Fashions on Parade at Luncheon Every Tuesday FRENCH ROOM Los Angeles Ambassador Reservations DR. 7011 CHICAGO . . CLEVELAND DETROIT ..9 HRS.. 11 HRS.. 10 HRS.. mm ..85.45 IJ U . 99.00 y ? oa on All f ARES PIUS TAX MADISON 9-1244 rAssociATED Airlines Agency 210 W.7TH ST. RM. 902 Bring Ihit ad ana" receive $5000 Insurant FREE Gov't. Approved MAKE RESERVATIONS ROW Corruption Quiz Figure Quits Job LONDON, Dec. 9 (JP) John Belcher, labor member of Parliament and a central figure in an investigation of rumored corruption within the British government, announced today he will resign as Parliamentary secretary of the Board of Trade. The announcement was made by his attorney, Aiken Watson, just before Belcher was called to testify before a government tribunal set up with House of Commons approval to investigate talk that some ministers were paid for government favors. Belcher has denied that he received any bribes. Czech Consul Quits; Seeks U.S. Asylum NEW YORK, Dec. 9 (JP) One of Czechoslovakia's Consuls here has announced his resignation as a representative of his Communist-dominated government and says he is appealing for asylum as a "democratic political exile." The Consul, Zdenek Smetacek, announced last night he resigned because "the present Czechoslo vak regime is dependent on foreign interests contrary to the true wishes of the Czechoslovak peo ple." MarinesTell of Jap Losses in Solomons WASHINGTON, Dec. 9 (U.R) The Marine Corps revealed today that American forces in the 1943 Northern Solomons . ; campaign killed 100,000 Japanese while losing only about 1000 men. The American forces also bottled up another 30,000 Japanese in the jungles in the Northern Solomons campaign and thereafter they never entered combat again. These final figures were disclosed for the first time in an official Marine Corps history and evaluation report on the Northern Solomons campaign. In addition to the about 1000 Americans killed, mostly on Bougainville, there were 2834 wounded. Civic Fund Raised for Dead Fireman FREMONT, O., Dec. 9 UP) Residents of this town of 14,000 are going to complete the home that Fireman George Kettner started before he was killed in a blaze Monday night. Approximately $2077 of the $4000 goal already has been collected. Numerous building trade workers have offered to donate their services. Kettner, 34, died while fighting a fire which destroyed the Joseph Department Store. He suffered a fractured skull in a fall from a ladder. He leaves a wife and two daughters. r f"! DOWNTOWN TltiHIBE CRESH christmwt at MAY. CO. of course first in L.A. only at may co. come see how it works . . . the new 2.49 "PIXALL" LINT REMOVER It's the exciting, easy, different way to pick the lint and dust off your clothing. Here's all you do Remove the protective plastic cover from the roller surface, roll the Lint-remover over your garments, and zip, they're clean. It's as easy as that. "Pixair refill, 49c May Co., Cosmetics, Street Floor; Downtown, Wilshire, Crenshaw MAY CO., COSMETICS, STREET FIOOR Broadway, Eighth & Hill Let Angeles, California Pleaia send me (quantity) Pixall lint-removers. 2.49 Refills at 49c each Name- Address- Cash Charge City Zone Sfote C.O.O. In Lor Angeles, add 3?o State and Ctty Soles Tax; elsewhere in California add State Sales Tax. T1211 A 3 Vf) DOWNTOWH TTL5HIRE " CHEKSHAW christman at CO. of course Christmas Store Hours .U.4V CO. DOIV.YTOTV.Y Shop Mondays, Dec. 13th and 20th, from 9:1 S a.m. till 9:00 p.m. Other days 9:15 a.m. to S:30 p.m. IT MAY CO. MLSniRE Beginning Monday, Dec. 13th, shop every day from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. thru Dec 23rd. AT. HAY CO. CRESUAW Beginning Friday, Dec. 10th, shop every day from 9:30 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. thru Dec. 23rd. . 4 MllftKHUSki DIRECTOIRE, an exciting new scent that was borrowed from the glamorous Victorian damsels. Toilet Water, 5.00 Not sketched: 4 cakes of scented Directoire soap, 3.50 CHRISTMAS ENCHANTMENT by charles of the ritz MAY CO., COSMETICS. STREET FLOOR Broadway, Eighth & Hill los Angeles, California Please send me the following by Charles of the Ritz items: Quantity Item Prite Name Cash Address Charge City Zone State C.O.D. Los Angeles, aaa yo Stat ana ctty sates lax; etsvwoere in California add 2V2 State Sales Tax. Please add 20 Federal Excise Tax. T1210 S & J.' ' J-1 Lrf CHRISTMAS ISUVLL1 1. A tubby Santa Llaus gift package, with softest 6uede finish. Inside sheU find three bottles of delightfully scented cologne. 5.00 WEATHER VAIN ENSEMBLE of delicate "Spring Rain" fragrance. She'll get dusting powder, cologne, and dainty body sachet. Handsomely gift boxed and gift priced at 6.00 Plus 20 Federal Excise Tax on Cosmetics, no tax on soap May Co., Cosmetics, Street Floor; Downtown, Wilshirt, Crenshaw Wihkira Store. Wilekire at Fairfax. ITE-lSlf. Sfove hour 9: SO to 5:50 (Thursdays lt:39to 9:34) Crtnthaw Store. Cretar e SaM Ba -'. AX-3-iSIt. Chrietmai Store hours .- to ,-J!".

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