Los Angeles Evening Citizen News from Hollywood, California on April 1, 1946 · 1
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Los Angeles Evening Citizen News from Hollywood, California · 1

Hollywood, California
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Monday, April 1, 1946
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HOLLYWOOD THE HOME N1 OF NORTHWEST LOS Homing accommodations are needed for war veterans and their families If you have rooms apartments or houses list them with the Hollywood Veterans Service Council — HOUywood 6248 Renting your extra rooms now Is a patriotic duty Hollywood Wikhire Westwood We$ San Fernando Valley Bel Air Beverly I 1545 WILCOX AVENUE HOLLYWOOD 28 CALIFORNIA MONDAY APRIL 1 1946 : TELEPHONE HOLLYWOOD 1234 : AP UP and CNS NEWS WIRES : PRICB VET MARRIES GIRL IN Ex-Cpl George Rossiter ov Pocatello Idaho (left holding telephone) marries Stella Fleming (right)- of Steeple England in a 5000-mile transatlantic telephone hookup Listening NGLAND VIA TELEPHONE to the ceremony with Rossiter are liis i brother James and wife and daugh-) ter Picture -Of the bride is by radio from London Noah Beery Screen 'Villain Dies in Arms of His Brother LATE NEWS Russ Payment Of Dues Boosts Morale of UNO Billion Dollar Freeway Plan For LA Told A master plan for freeways to expedite traffic in Los Angeles i metropolitan area and ultimateln"th““New York stage NEW YORK April 1 (A1) — Russia’s payment in full of her dues in the United Nations gave a boost today to t0 081 nearly billion dollars' - - - - — was presented today by Lloyd Aldrich Los Angeles city engi- Noah Beery Sr veteran film actor died today in the arms of his brother Wallace Beery Noah 63 was at Wallace’s home 816 N Alpine Dr on a week’s vacation from his current appearance in a New&York stage play Noah’s death from a heart attack occurred on Wallace’s birthday The two brothers with Wallace’s daughter Carol Ann were scheduled to appear on a radio show tonight Wallace and Carol Ann will go on as planned Beery played villains and other character parts since the early days of silent pictures Survivors include his son Noah also a film actor the widow Marguerite and another brother William Noah Beery’s screen life was ever under a shadow It was cast by his better-known brother Wallace Without bitterness he once announced he was leaving a studio because he did not believe that two brothers who looked alike and played the same sort of roles belonged on the same lot "It only cuts the opportunities of each 50 per cent” be said Beery was bom in Kansas City Jan 17 1884 spent several iears in busipess after he left school and finally joined a Kansas City sto$k company It toured the count and ultimately he found himself hopes that the Security Council will soon be running on a full team basis It has been one man short since Wednesday when Russian Delegate Andrei Gromyko walked out in protest against the Council’s refusal to defer the Iranian question until April 10 Members of the other ten delegations could count three develop merits in favor of- their hope that Russia might end what one official called a “temporary absence" and resume its place on the Council Wednesday These were 1 The news frorh Moscdw released here by Secretary-General Trygve Lie that Russia had paid In full her $1723000 assessment for the United Nations working capital She was the first big power to do so Helps UNO Committee 2 Boris Stein alternate Russian delegate has been working steadily — and most congenially other members said” — on the Council committee which is drafting rules for the conduct of Business 3 Similarly the Russians have taken part in meetings of the military staff committee which is working on preliminary plans for an international force to keep the peace “All Iran Reaffirms Confidence in Ala Meat Price Control m Broken Solons Told WASHINGTON April- 1 (AN— An attorney for small packers told the Senate Agri- culture Committee today that "price control on meat has broken and the black market is running wild” Wilber La Roe Jr counsel ” for the National Independent Meat Packers Assn recommended that price controls Be removed from meat Walkout May Hamper Steel WASHINGTON April l-The creeping paralj a nationwide coal strike posed a grave new reeom threat today as 400000 bituminous miners stayed for an indefinite “rest” ' The government unable to halt the walkout by United Mine Workers President John L Lev midnight turned its efforts to cutting the strike i as possible v 1 -Special Mediator Paul Fuller was assigned the this effort He planneif to meet with the negotiating i The White House said' today that President Truman- for intervening in Paper Reports UNO Will Leave Hunters College NOAH BEERY SR ROCKVILLE CENTRE N Y April 1 JP) — The Nassau Daily Review-Star said today the United Nations Security Council weftjld mu its headquarters from Hunter' College to the Sperry Gyroscope plant at Lake Success' in Long Island's Nassau County " The change will be made Is quickly as possible the paper quoted -authoritative somites as saying neer before the legislative joint fact-finding committee in the state building In outlining the proposal of the metropolitan parkway engineering committee which comprises city county state and community engineers who have studied the plan for more than a year Aldrich called for first priority freeway development that would cost an estimated $102797000 including construction and rights-of-way He and brother Wallace joined forces in a stock company and for three years made the national circuit in "Trail of the Lonesome and five years later had established a name asa Villain His phrase in an interview “villainy is its own reward" became famous His most noted role was the brutal set-geant in “Beau Geste” Occasional bit parts came his way in later years and he operated a trout farm near Palmdale His chief joy was ift watching his son Noah Jr rise to prominence of his Baudouin Vichy Seized at Spain Border Royalists Win In Greek Vote Premier Quits ATHENS Aj Themistocler I (IIP)— Premier foulis submitted Lewis Lewis submitted proposals March 12 trated during negof then on his demand and weliare fund and mining conditions His other demands for justment of the contr unionization of f foremen wages and shorter justment of vacation severance compensation A new strike wave his government’s resignation today today for in addition when it became” evident that the coal mines despite st' Pine” In 1920 he entered pictures own on the screen 3000 TO REMAIN HENDAYS France April 1 (At— Paul Baudouin former undersecretary in the Vichy ministry of foreign affairs was arrested here with his son as the pair tried to cross the border into Spain No details were divulged immediately 1 TEHERAN March 30 IE — Premier Ahmed Ghavam told the United Press tonight that Hussein Ala Included in this group of first is H priority freeways is Hollywood Parkway from Cahuenga Pass to activation of the United States the Arroyo Seco Army in the China theater May This detailed master plan pro-ll was announced today by Lt posed a total of 613 miles of free- Gen Albert C Wedemeyer upon Iranian ambassador to the I way for this area estimated to instructions from the Joint Chiefs United States ‘enjoys my full con- cost $939599000 This consists of 0f Staff in Washington fidencB" in the Droceedines before an inter-regional system of 118 1 -nuic US Army Forces in China To Be Deactivated May 1 sist Chinese troop movements and helping disarm Japanese troops Wedemeyer is "scheduled to leave Thursday fon the 'United States Of the men to remain in Chjfca impose Wedemeyer said 750 will comp fidencB” in the proceedings before an inter-regional system or jlwi wiu eave 3000 to 4000 a- military advisory group with the United Nations Security Coun-mes U S Army personnel in China to j headquarters in Nanking to advise cil- - I1??! and a metropo itan sys m carry on wjth the military advis- (he Chinese military The other Ghavam said Ala had been in- of 289 miles formed oB the Moscow talks be- theser are evidence that adds up all to the good” said one delegation official who withheld the use of his name This- man expressed thy opinion the Rus-aians have not been happy in their aelf-chosen exile from the Council morale Boost He termed the dues-payment announcement “great news” and added “I think we all would like to consider it as a sign of continued Russia devotion to UNO and that we will1 soon get over this temporary absence”-There is still the fact that Moscow and Tehran have not replied tween Ghavam and Russian lead- j freeways plan represents ers and the statements made by unanimous and united agreements the ambassador before the UNO °f a'l governmental agencies con-Security Council "were in accord- corned and a program which all jiIi'v ' i lory group headed by Gen George Aldrich emphasized that the q Marshall and to serve on the e cease fire truce teams and aid yet to the3 Council's request of last Fr riday for clarification of the Iranian occupation matter The ance with these talks Spikes Reports Ghavam's interview spiked reports circulating in informed Iranian quarters a few hours earlier that Ghavam had rebuked Ala warning him notj to place undue emphasis on the urgency of Iran’s Security Council case and not to demand immediate consideration by the United Nations The'Demier specifically and emphatically denied that the Iranian government in any way repudiated the statements Ala made to the council in presenting Iran’s case againstRussia "Ala has my fullest confidence" he Sflidt "Had hie not he would 5n neither would he represent civic interests are supporting Financing and engineering plans for the projects would possibly result in doubling the state gasoline tax from 3 cents to 6 cents a gallon Presiding is State Senator Randolph Collier of Yreka who will present the committee findings and recommendations to the next session of the Legislature In his welcoming address Mayor Bowron emphasized that he spoke not’ only for the city and county with repatriation and similar res-lduel duties the Chinese military troops will handle the disposal of surplus property assist the repatriation of Japanese move Chinese armies and equipment serve on cease fire teams staff the execu- Those figures were announced ! tive headquarters at Peiping and by Wedemeyer He said only 6000 handle extraneous duties such as U S troops are in China now though there were 65000 at the wartime peak The 30000 Marines under his command will revert- to Navy control Wedemeyer said He did not indicate whether they might leave North China However the Marines are being demobilized rapidly Maj Gen Keller E Rockey commander of the Marines told reporters in graves registration and Search teams for missing personnel but also for 34 towns andcities Fbruary that his troops were ‘‘nestled so closely toger t®t! serving primarily as a stabilizing t practically impossible to de-jforce because they had virtuall termine city limits" Billion Dollar Task completed their original task— se- BOAT WITH 134 TONS OF BOMBS ADRIFT AT SEA Byrnes Discusses UNO Parley With Truman WASHINGTON April 1 — Secretary Byrnes spent more than an hour today conference with Preside it Council meeting in New YqHc Leaving the White House Byrnes declined to discuss details of the talk He told reporters he would return to New York tomorrow Tidal Waves Kill Sixteen Royalist Populist Party would win a majority of the votes cast yesterday in the Greek general election Archbishop Damaskinos Regent of Greece summoned Populist Party leaders to a conference tomorrow to discuss the formation of a new government The Regent asked SofodUSi to stay in office until the new government is completed The Populist Party’s administrative committee will confer with Damaskinos tomorrow and receive a commission to form a new cabinet Results Snub King Only part of the election results were known The returns failed to record an overwhelming demand for the return of King George of the Hellenes Populist leaden who advocated transportation in two dustrial cities Public transportation i and Akron ' Ohio was r when transportation w i struck in wage disputes The three creased the number idle in labor disput to more than 805 C Strike Other major 1 Threatened third of the count vegetable pack was AFL Teamsten ' ended long boycott of 63 No fornia canneries 2 Federal conciliat Progress toward set 1h a quick plebescite lor the king’s Lpoatponad a striked return to the throne conceded today and agreed to t returns failed to fulfill their -“-tions of k major victory tis indicated that the Populists polled about twice the vote of any other participating party hut the total Populist strength was roughly equal to Ihe combined voting power of the Liberal party and national Political Un-t ion Informed quarters believed that a Rightist-Center coalition would result and a plebescite on King George would be delayed until 1948 “ Left Wing Rebuffed Greek voters apparently rejected both the left and extreme right in generally orderly voting Despitp strenuous appeals by dispute to a ing board (By United Press) Tidal waves set in motion by severe Alaskan earthquakes struck the EAM Left-Wing coalition to heavily at Hawaii Alaska and the boycott the election an estimated United States Mainland today kill-60 to 70 per cent of the eligible ing at least 16 persons arid drown-! voters cast ballots There were ing or injuring an undetermined110 left-wing candidates Damage to shipping and1 In his statement on the finan- curing P°rts and facilities to as- our ambassador at Wash- rial aspects of California problems Senator Collier road esti-1 know m iouV country at thVseCurity Couir- mated that it will cost at least The Council wants to kn°u ci - one billion dollars to reconstruct effect whether the Russian troops j Russian troops are starting to were a tool to pry out oilconees sions or stated more formally Js evacuate Tabriz capital of Azer- G0P Chairmanship Turn to Page S Column $ Vote Battle Near WASHINGTON April f UP — (Republicans approached a vote on a new national chairman today with Rep Carroll Reece of Ten- MIAMI Fla April 1 (JPt-r-Coast Guard-headquarters said today that an ammunition barge loaded with 134 tons of bombs and depth charges had broken loose from a tug which was towing it and was adrift iff high seas A warning was broadcast to all ships in the area 40 miles east of Fort Pierce to be on the alert for the derelict The ammunition was being taken out to sea to be dumped sass'jssss fou"t'd in“i°pil Chiel ki“4 Five persons inchiding two in- WASHINGTON April 1 JPi — fants were drowned or battered to OPA Administrator Paul A Porter death on the island of Oahu and entered a hospital today for X-ray an unidentified man was drqwned examination for an ankle which he on the beach at Saiita Cruz Calif j injured yesterday while playing At least” 10 person were reported softball injured elsewhere ih the Hawaiian -day strike at machinery plants of tional Harvester Cto 3 West Coast The coal strike immediate slowdown in duction Carnegie -1 Co the nation’s largest said it would be forced 20 of its 32 blast Pittsburgh area At Gary Ind Carnegie-! officials said they had only day stockpile and would curtail production by April Other steel producers m the C cago area said they wer similar situation Most industries had a su several weeks but hopes early settlement were rent it was believed many widely i sified industries would be to slow down The strike affected mines in 26 states Martin L Davey baijan province and main Red New Carrier Begins Army headquarters in Iran an of- — r ficial American source said today Atom 1 eSt 1 raining between” Iran” and Russia? n Buss Uniforms SAN DIEGO April !0'— The nessee and former Senator John fT L ! PI ll Persons familiar with the views! Earlier reports indicated that carrier ghangri La today A Danaher of Connecticut appar- 1 dKen Dy U6aUl Of Secretary of’ State James F the Russians were leaving Behind began training for the atomic ?ntly leading a field of a half an autonomous Azerbaijan army bomt) test jn the- Bikini atoll equipped with tanks — — " — islands Two air-sea rescue boats were dispatched to Kaena Point where Globe Wireless Jnc reported in an unconfirmed dispatch that five soldiers were killed and “lots injured” Both the Navy and Army have installations at Kaena Point j Planes searched the Pacific near I Hawaii hunting for possible sur-lvivors of damage ashore who had been swept out to sea Ex-Idaho Governor Dios BOISE Idaho April 1 (jp) Charles Ben Ross 69 Derm Governor of Idaho for three from 1931 to 1936 died He was Bom in Parma Id r- 120 STRIKING MINERS NOT VERY HA1 OVER WALKOUT (THEY OWN THEIRS) Byrnes and -Sir Alexander Cado-gan of Great Britain said these two leaders in the Russian-opposed move to bring-the question of Ickes Won't Promote Third Party — Unless dozen aspirants t I- KENT0 April 1 JP — ' For- NEW YORK April 1 (A’l— Haras well as !el giant neVcareieV'hrrived With' strong backing among £tin5vhi£ 2”! frnm Norfolk Va load- tional committee member from °f °hl° S 01051 Colorful politicians folumn for the New York Post guns taken from tjrejranipn Army yestefday from lJorfolk y& load- tional committee members from L i - tut ttei-'u-hn o — j'---- during the recent uprising with airplanes fbf Operation southern states the Reece camp C" S£nd'cae’ A?day listed standards Iran before the Security Council -A non-Iranian who recently af Crossroads She will train aircraft jpredicted a first-ballot victory for g s at h h0 yes Rhhe Nd wwld govern his iran utriuic me ollujuj vumhvh --- one wm uniu ciulswi a nisi-uauui viuury fprr4cv are satisfied their stand is sound rived from Tabriz stated that personnei for ibe atomic expieri- the Tennesseean to succeed Her-' v TI (a fool iViol "fKh'monw A 7Prha i rt cnldiprc WPrr 1 : 4 1 in Dah-aII T Itk LPain They were said to feel that "the many Azerbaijan soldiers were pnt prior to her departure in bert Brownell Jr who resigned riting including an as- came as he added up sartion thalt “unless compelled by Turn to Page Column 5 seen in Russian uniforms -Sm : — — scores of a bridge game Bowles Warns Parity Rider To Increase Living Costs WASHINGTON April 1: UP1— iJjjUration Director Chester A business man as well as poli- to promotje a tjird party" time to reach Bikini in July During the operation the Shang- Danaher however had the ap- Vu1 ri La will serve as Rear Adm parent support of committee mem- Clifton A F Sprague’s flagship Mrs who have been closely asso- nt0 a na' events I small not use this column CENTRALIA IH April 1 Upi—As 400000 AFL United I Workers invoked a no-contract no-work policy today miners at the nearby Glenridge coal mine found they wi ing a walkout on themselves— and they didn’t like it The 120 of the 160 miners at Glenridge who own their i ating firm the Marion County (111) Coal Mining Corp appealed to the Natoinal UMW headquarters in Washington” be permitted to return to their jobs pending agreement on a 1 contract Bert Jolliff 55 mine superintendent explained the situat In 1940 former owners decided to sell it for junk But Mrs KS Fike of Centralia principal stockholder held out for the right! select the bidder not necessarily the highest This development stirred the Glenridge village of 300 and i rjilners decided to try to buy the mine A public subscript was started The miners' bid $6000 under the high offer lowest of all submitted was selected A limit of two shares of stock at $100 each waa sold miners Each April four new directors are elected China-Russ Accord Needed ior Peace Chiang Declares CHUNGKING April 1 on' Nazi Plotters T Kenneth 1939- and represented the State's J s Kenneth Bradley of Connecti- dtrictH for four terms WASHINGTON April l: WV— The bill still is pending in the f ou icb aaiu me euiicuumcui npm 0LB) Filipino Divers Salvage fn-- rnn Trj Bowles teglay declared the cost of woud shoot retai food prices up Gen Chiang Kai-shek declared to- nl m:j tt tn nUSS lrdae cut a supporter of the late Wen-iS7th dell Willkie arranged to nomi- nflia nnkA Funeral sen ices v i 1 1 be here Wednesday - — held Senate Bowles said the amendment ood prices up Gen cmang nai-snex oeciareo xoiei j tt t i living would jump 6 per cent or about 15 per cent and increase the day that cooperation between wm5 TTina up in JRU Silk and So more under the farm parity form- average family's annual food bud- China and Russia is a basic prin- MANILA Tuesday April 2 (Ri ula passed by the Senate" get around Sl besides forcing ciple ofpeace In ' Two Filipinos were in jail to- The plan which allows farm bor costs ta be considered uring parjty1 prices was tacked to The estimates were contained in ° o ia on the black market Many the minimum wage bill although ajejter to Senator Pepper (D- 3£nre of good ivuaoo ou rev’ealed that he has leased it today asked the Soviet to specify spe- m he bay’ Expenence has shqwn c leariy for the evacuatk)n of Week-End Raids 'Only Begi nate Danaher ' L FRAljfKFURT Germany April alive The Nail philosophy were 1 (JP-jAmerican intelUgence of- seized when Willie Heidemann ficers said today that several Nazi Axmann's key henchman was cap-subversive movemdfcts still were tured plotting against the Allies in Ger- About 20 per cent of the target 1 Supreme many and that Sundas roundup suspects in 'the weekend roundup ay ordered the of neariy 1000 Hitler youth oon- had left or fled their addresses sheets of silk- spira tors' was “onlf the begin- when-the agents stnifck however ia by air this ning’’ j No casualties weri reported The officers said counter-es- among the 7000 Allied headquarters The I officers said counter-es- among the 7000 Allied combat -ices was r o i i coucH (Siiang Streraed the im- °nJ askad that the shipment of soy pionagUgenjs wer working “day troops and counter-espionage me minimum wage bill although a a f P potanqe of good relations with f i 1 from Soviet controlledrter- and night" to bresik up the last agents who a Presidential veto is threatened £icHdat? h 14 80 65 n’ Russia and revealed that he has fiefh3a"ese by PPinf them ritories as soon as possibleon a vestiges of Nazi resistance wbich raids reciprocal trade basis i came r- NEVER SOLD OUT YOU’LL FIND NEW OFFERS DAIW IN THE CITIZEN NEWS WANT AD SECTION MAKE THEM A READING Bnv vx sa? St Potl“d GeU Milk from this amendment create de- 0f Chinese rule PORTLAND Ore April 1 TJ!) mands for new wage increases” He said political differences —Normal grade A milk deliveries the stabilization director ex- must not be allowed to rise during wm resumed today for 750000 plained the process of taking over Man- consumers in Oregon and south- The Dniua sutw wtuwr Burtu for- was said although only remnants that incomplete reports indicated “Renewed wage demands would churiaaap that demands raised bv western Washington after pro- ‘of the group remain the manhunt was ’carried out place a strain on the stabilization va rjous’pe rsons and parties must ducers vnted to end a six-day eoernv riar unithi 4 iwwtwi Virtually all the funds which without unusual incidents Most' orogram which it might very-well be deferred until Chinese control strike after a conference with Hitler in the last days of Berlin of the suspecU seized offered no be unable to bear” has been restored iOPA officials in San Francisco ikriw t aa4 handed over to Axmana to keep j resistance to thp open with the week- Gunfire was reported to have end sitfeep on followers of cap- broken out in several of the 200 tured Arthur Axmann former towns raided in western Germany-head of the Hitler Youth Move- and Austria but Arqgrican intelligence BffnfCrs said they bad re-The operation agaihst the Ax- ceivd no word of any casualties mann group is still going on It U S Army headquarters said ARTHUR A I

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