The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on October 11, 1950 · 41
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 41

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Wednesday, October 11, 1950
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V-. yr'j, ii.SP --ti IN PATERNITY SUIT Brenda Marian Julier, 24, with daughter Michaela, 2, names Sabu, the Elephant Boy of film fame, as the father of the little girl in a paternity suit. Times photo Voters Will Vote Twice in One Day BUENA PARK, Oct. 10 Voting in Buena Park will be a little complicated on Nov. 7. " Registered voters will ballot for national, State and local officials at their respective precincts. Then they can go to the fire station to vote between Bill Doyle and Frank O'Brien for a vacancy on the board of directors of the Buena Park Parks, Recreation and Parkways board. All polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. but there was no legal way to combine the voting. Home of Studio Make-up Man Robbed Clothing, jewelry and savings stamps valued at $225.60 were missing from his home at- 307 Eurlingame Ave., Brentwood, month trip abroad, Sidney Guil-after he returned from a three-aroff, studio make-up director, told West Los Angeles irolice yesterday. J u rare Com pare Child With Picture of Sabu Sabu, the Elephant Boy of film fame, was absent again yester day from the paternity suit hear ing in whichv Dancer Brenda Marian Julier, 24, names him father of her child, Michaela, 2. However, the plump, dark- eyed, brown-haired child was shown to a jury, of six women and six men, who carefully com' pared her features with those of Sabu, as appearing in a photo graph. Miss Julier, who came from England for the trial, said she is now married to Frank Ernst, film technician. Questioned by Atty. Sydney M. Williams, for Sabu, she testified that she was still wearing the latter's engagement ring on the same finger as her wedding band. "Who gave you the wedding ring?" Williams 'asked. "My husband," Mrs. Ernst answered. - "Who gave you the engagement ring?" the attorney asked "Sabu," she replied. - London Meeting told During the second day of the paternity hearing before Superior Judge Caryl M. Sheldon, she told of meeting Sabu in London where they; both played in the same picture. The film man injured his back, she said, and she went to his apartment to take care of him for a time. After he returned to the United States in 1947, she said, he invited her to come here, to visit him and his family at his North- ridge home. She came in Au gust, 1947, she said, in answer to questions by her own attorney, Frank Catlin. She told of going to the races at Del Mar with Sabu, and of sharing a hotel room (with twin beds) with him' during their weeklong stay at the race track town. It was at Del Mar, she said, that he purchased the engagement, ring and also a wedding ring for her. Mexican Rites Planned They planned to be married in Mexico, she testified, but she was unable to cross the border, because she was in this country only as a vistor. After Del Mar, she said, they returned to Northridge, but later went to Oakland for the races, and there shared an apartment where they were registered as Mr. and Mrs. Sabu Dastigir, "to avoid embarrassment." During the five months until she returned to England Feb.l, 1948, she said, they were intimate. In late January, she said, they discussed her "condition." Wedding Ring Returned , . "I told him I was going to have a baby," she said. "He asked me if I would like to go to England to visit my mother." She said she had planned that her trip"- to England would be; for two weeks, - then, she would return and be married. However, after she arrived there she heard nothing from Sabu, she said, and she telephoned him long distance. Then, after that, she said, she was never again able to reach him by telephone, and has not heard from him by letter. The child was born Sept. 12, 1948, she said. : "I gave back the wedding ring when I returned to England," Mrs. Ernst told the court. "Why?" asked .Williams. , ''Because it would not be proper for me to have a wedding ring, when we were not married," the witness replied. "I kept the engagement ring, be-: cause we were engaged to be married. I expected to return j to him." , , i EogSttgelcgCtmeg2 wED.ocLn,i95o-PaHn 7 HEARINGS ON MILITARY TRANSPORT SERVICE SET A into the activities of the Military Sea Transportation Service and its asserted competition with private enterprise is scheduled for Friday at 10 a.m. in the City council chambers ; at the Long Beach City Hall, Rep. Clyde Doyle, who will act as chairman, announced yesterday. The hearing is to accommodate Long Beach. Los Anseles and San Diego witnesses, Doyle said. A second hearing is scheduled at San Francisco Oct. Ifi Memhprs of the SDecial suheommit.tpp nf the House Armed Services Com mittee, making the investigation are Reps. Frank R. Havenner and Jack Z. Anderson. $ In a statement issued by Doyle; he said the subcommittee plans a complete study of MSTS in its relation to private industry anot asserted competition with private enterprise. Recommenda tions will be made to the ArmecF Services Committee for adoption: by Congress about Jan. 1. Doyle" said that he hopes a permanent policy can be evolved from the investigation. . .-.; iljji f v mm J siiiite designs leather scuff $ . . . on-a-new last C2951 Comfortable kid scuffs surprisingly-lined in bright plaid, contoured to stay put on your foot. In red, navy, green or' black, sizes 3-9, widths AA to B..- From our New Slipper JSection, Fourth Floor, Bullock's Broadway Building i . - L I the news this season is shoes : .. ': , . ; . Q I l.u.r.i, - ,;. " j f ' designs citified suedes l V " w S . fi'':.?- 'W55'51555555 Take the city in your stride, A. -jr f Tcushioned on the comfort of Joyce'st . 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