The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California on January 29, 1940 · 11
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The Los Angeles Times from Los Angeles, California · 11

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MONDAY MORNING. JANUARY 29. 1940. TART I. 2o$ ngdCiOanc tames Inventors to Be Feted Fifty Nominated for Awards by Modern Pioneers Committee More than 50 Tacific Coast inventors, among them many Southern Californians, have been nominated for Modern Ho-neers Committee awards, it was learned yesterday. Announcement of the winners is expected soon. Local winners are to be publicly honored and presented with a scroll of achievement at the Modern Pioneers banquet at the Ambassador Feb. lb, as a part of a nation-wide movement sponsored by the National Association of Manufacturers. OPEN NEW FIELDS "All business is solidly behind this program," E. S. Dulin. Ange-leno on the N.A.M. board, said. "The pioneer of old has been made famous in song and legend. Let's not wait generations to honor these 'Daniel Boones' who explore today's frontiers of science and engineering to open up new fields of work, comfort in living and public progress. "The movement is in celebration of the 150th anniversary of the American patent system which Lincoln said 'adds the fuel of incentive to the fire of genius. The principle of just reward for initiative embodied in the patent system is a fundamental American principle." SPONSORING UKOIT Headquarters for the movement locally is the Metal Trades Manufacturers' Association. On Ihe local banquet sponsoring rommittee, Dulin said, are Mayor Bowron, Donald Douglas, Rufus von Kleinbmtfl, victor n. no-setti, President A. J. McFadden of the State Chamber of Commerce, President J. L. Van Norman of the Los Angeles cham- hw Prneirifnt Hohprt fiihson Of the' Rotarv Club, and a ho?t of fading man is too valuable or too other leading citizens, especially j'" w wckie in person. In the industrial field. FUND CHEATED Each $150 less money for living expenses for himself and wife, the former Jeanette Bou-telle, onetime motion-picture actress has gone into a fund from which the trim 42-foot two-master Ruana has slowly taken shape. The craft, fitted with a Diesel auxiliary and completely equipped, now floats lightly in the west basin of Los Angeles Harbor. Come spring and the YVilseys will be shoving off. DISCLOSE PLANS They disclosed something of their plans the other day as they i sat side by side, lovingly finger ing the spokes of the Ruana's steering wheel. "We're heading first for the Marquesas Islands," Wilsey said. "We'll make Tahiti our base and ithen we're starting for the i islands off the coast of New Guinea. I hear there are some golden-skinned beauties there ." "Some what?" Mrs. Wilsey demanded. "I mean," the skipper amended hastily, "there's a golden-skinned race of people on those ;V I ....' .,'.: f ' ' ' if ; -V. X t i - 1 ' f : 7 : - ! i -v -'it, . , - k ' V' - it ' I - V J o'V , t j ALMOST READY Joy Wilsey, film stunt man, and his wife, former screen actress, at the wheel of their schooner in which they hope soon to sail to the South Seas. Timn photo Film Stunt Man and Wife, Ex-Actress, Plan Dream Cruise Jay Wilsey, Onetime Horse Opera Star, Risks Neck 6000 Times to Make Ideal Schooner Actuality Six thousand times has Jay Wilsey risked his neck to finance the greatest adventure of all his life a cruise to the South Seas 'in his own little schooner. Wilsey, a motion-picture stunt man, earns $150 each time he flirts with death before the cameras performing some stunt a Mexico Communists Rap United States MEXICO CITY, Jan. 28. The Mexican Communist party today called for the formation of a Popular Front movement in Mexico to protect the Mexican revolution against United States-supported "internal reaction and external imperialism." A five-point statement Issued by the party also criticized the administration of President La-zaro Cardenas, asserting "Although the people have obtained advantages during the regime of Gen. Cardenas, the masses find themselves in a state of misery, oppression and grave ignorance." Traffic Control Urged A request that some means of regulating traffic b installed at the intersection of Third St with Fairfax Ave. and La Cienega Blvd. has been filed with the City Council and referred to the Police Commission. islands and I want to see them." "Oh!" said Mrs. Wilsey. They have been studying navigation for three years ever since they took their first boat ride to Catalina oh their honeymoon. "We practiced shooting the sun from Santa Monica and figuring out where we were. We hung around boat yards. Finally we started building our own boat for the dream cruise." WON'T BE LONG Wilsey, who turned to stunt ing after his career as a horse opera star named Buffalo Bill Jr. wilted with the advent of sound, has to smash a few more stagecoaches, to get cash for his voyage. But it won't be long before the Ruana will shake out her sails, heel over gently and lay a course of roughly sou'west by west. And if Melanesia is equal to its appeal in literature, the Wilseys may never come back. Ex-Wife Fights Alimony Cut James M. Jefferson Says Income Decrease Cause of Plea Time was when ruddy, dynamic James Monroe Jeffer son, 4 1, known in and around Sacramento's political circles as a public relations specialist, paid tax on an income of S,o,i)()0 a year. But now, says ne, times are bard and he'd like to have a job. Jefferson told his story to Su perior Judge Thomas C. Gould while attempting to have his alimony payments to his divorced wife, Mrs. Cherrie Armour Jefferson, 31, cut from $200 to ?75 a month. MEETS REVERSES The court ordered Jefferson to make the alimony payments for four years when Mrs. Jefferson won the divorce decree on Nov. 16, 1938. Since, Jefferson pleaded, he has met with financial re verses which have left him with out a job and without funds. Opposing her former husband s petition, Mrs. Jefferson filed an affidavit in which she contended that Jefferson had made "fabu lous sums" in the last few years, and that at one time he was al lowed "so-called expense ac counts by his employers of more than $100,000 a year. CHARGE MADE Even now, Mrs. Jefferson added, Jefferson squanders money in lavish entertainment of women friends at his home in Glendale. The court put; off further hear ing until Feb. 29, advising both sides to try for a settlement of the controversy meanwhile. Man With Bad Knife Wound in Lung Flees From Hospital Even though a knife wound had pierced his left breast and punctured the lung, 33-year-old Ernest Eighmy still hated hospitals. pital, he said, when police lo cated Jiim at home. Stabbed in a Main St. cafe at the -climax of an argument, Eighrny was taken to the Re- So, when no one was looking, ceiving Hospital, treated and put he arose from his bed at Georgia! t bd, reports show. Hi3 ah- sencet wasnt discovered until jiu.ij ua . . . . ... . . Street Receiving Hospital dressed himself and walked several blocks to a streetcar line, his nrother called to see him and found-' the bed empty. The. wounded man explained where he boarded a car and rodcihis haired of hospitals dated back Britons Recruited PARIS, Jan. 28. (JP) The Brit-ish Embassy announced today the opening of recruiting offices for all male Britons in France between the ages of 20 and 50 who wish to volunteer for the fighting services. to his home, 120 E. Ave. 4o. The trip wasn't easy, the wounded man told police. In fact, Eighmy collapsed several times in the early morning darkness, but it was worth it to be out of a hospital any hos- to thet death of his father several years ago. Buy despite his violent dislike Eighmy as !n was placed in a hospital General Hospital where his condition was de scribed as critical, aggravated by his t rip home. at 1 til - :' ! ' Tt iff p. ix V JLouich up" with i a MeorishiHair Ptncll For the good of yont Ittir, postpone re-dying it by using one of the six shades of vegetable colonimg available in a Moorish hair pencil. JWcn use it, too, on moustaches and temples 1.00 TOILETRIES FIRST FLOOR Yugoslavia Premier Hurt in Train Crash BELGRADE (Yugoslavia) Jan. 28. (.Premier Dragisa Cvet-kovic: suffered cuts from broken glass and Finance Minister Juraj Sutej a sprained arm today when a special train collided with a freight train near Kra- level, east of the capital. All other of the 50 occupants, including several Cabinet ministers, suffered lesser injuries. 4 f ffJ JJ.R0BinS0IIC0. 7 A? ii smi. O A i j PpJ. -C- V' 1 ; t ; &r n "Baby Gi t X 1 i o i v : I last 3 days-: i s annual sale! of linens, beddling Just three more days in this great annual sale, so traditional at Robinsons' and welcomed, annually, so enthusiastically by you and you. There are amazing values in these two nnejgroups for you linens and bedding. You'll find everything of the quality that has given Robinsons' linens and bedding their wcll-descrved reputation for 5 7 years. ! LINENS taili damask, in Irish linen or rayonJ RAYON DAMASK 17-piece doilie sets, now iaci dinner cloths, Tuscany and Venise. .RtDUCID .RfDUCID .REDUCID Special -Spring's nw rl" blouses 2.85. Welcome news! Lovely crisp, new white blouses to make you radiantly young-looking. Exuberance in baby tucks and lace rufflings. Sheer batistes, some hand-finished. Embroidered organdies. Tucked chiffons and tailored piques, too. Beautiful blouses, definitely charming. . oorid skirts with smooth hipline and graceful flare. Black and navy rayon crepe.. Special 3.95 HAND-EMBROIDERED DOlLll luncheon sets, 17-piece, in large assortment, styles, materials: , REDUCED toweisi Bath towels, linen face and dish towels! reduced MM I) DING nurrr satin and taffita-coverio camfortsfl 8.93, 1 5.95 ed f mows, filled with 100 goose down, narw7.75 '. 5.30 6.95 no riiiows, filled with 50 goose down, now. chenilii bedspreads, heavily tufted, now L These are only a TEW of many great reductmv! LtNHKS AND BEDD1N8 SECOND FLOOR NECKWEAR FIRST FLOOR n SEVENTH STREET JIT GRA-TJ TELEPHONE MUTUAL 03JI Sunblush Hummingbird's new stocking color for your early pastels You'll say it's one of the most satisfying Spring shades you ever wore. Particularly good with the deeper pastels of the early season and with rose tans, Sunblush is a subtle mid-tone between rose beige and suntan. Fine-gauge two-thread or three-thread chiffons. THREE PAIRS 3.95 PAIR 1.35 hosier r riRST FLOOR h E I, ;i X7 J U very beauty service of the quality you prefer ANTOINI SHOP. ..the drastic reductions of the January Sale will continue in the smart Antoine Shop for the last 3 days of this month. Original Antoine wave, now only 10.00. Antoine Toinctte wave, now at 15.00 SILHOUETTE SHOP. ..a course of treatments in the Silhouette Shop restful, revitalizing may still be yours at 1 5 off, the Janua ry Sale price for three more days. A nurse is always here for consultation. Fhone! . AMERICAN SHOP. . . you still may make yoor appointment for a permanent at January's reduced price: the Frederic, 7.50; Frigid-H-Air, 7.50; Vapor-Marcel, now 6.00. Given by Robinsons' fine operators. BUDGET SHOP... in connection with our American Shop, you'll be interested in our Budget Shop, where all work is done by women operators. Phone MUtual 0333 and ask about reduced prices in this section,. PEAiHT SHOPS SECOND FLOOR

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