Los Angeles Evening Citizen News from Hollywood, California on July 23, 1953 · 11
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Los Angeles Evening Citizen News from Hollywood, California · 11

Hollywood, California
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Thursday, July 23, 1953
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' ' - - “- ' j - - V -- s -J tv V v: 7 7-: ---J -'t - V ft f 4- 1 " - ? : W 1 ' VS t ' v T - h- J r- f ’ : - I A STAR STAR STARRY INTERLUDE AT SCOUT JAMBOREE are shown ’ Hollywood Scoutmaster Lowell Reddings vacationing Citizen-News drama editor Terry Melcher the actress’ son Doris Day Scoutmaster Kazuo Nakayama of Tokyo and Tetsuo Tsukamoto of Tokyo - Troop 90' from the stars town Hollywood went to the Scout' Jamboree with a big cardboard star autographed by movie stars Here movie star Doris Day whose son is in the troop presents the star to Japanese Scouts In front row from left Before the new truffle drive against speeding on Los Angeles freeways was one day old of fleers had baaed citations to more than 200 drivers it was reported today ' ' v V -- r-il Of the 222 citation 134 were for speeding 32 were' for driving too slowly p9 were for following too closely and 27 were for making unsafe lane change - The crackdown has resulted In a noticeable slowing of most freeway : traffic - according ' to CSpt Lou Fuller of the traffic enforcement ' division ' who disclosed that 41 motorcycle officers have been assigned to patrol all freeways augmented by many police cars ' Traffic court Judges backed up the police drive by reiterating their warning that - freeway speeders will receive straight jail snreencei Ray State Prison Escapee Arrested : AtHomemLA An 18-year-old youth wanted for escaping from a Massachusetts' prison was arrested here yesterday a half hour after detectives received a tip from Boston police that he plight visit his cousin's home in Los Angeles The youth b Edward J Bishop of Lawrence- Mass one of seven who escaped July 13 from the Concord Mass State Reformatory a men’s prison Bishop who was serving time for burglary and drawing a gun' on an officer will be arraigned tomorrow or Monday on a Massachusetts-fugitive warrant -Hie name of Bishop’s cousin was not disclosed ‘AULD LANG SYNE’ 45000 Scouts to End By GABBER DAVIDSON - jamboree cmr calif usi— This Is “Auld Lang Syne” - day for the thousands of Boy Scouts who for a week have been kick- ing up dust on this 3000-acre ranch and plunging gleefully into the ocean nearby ' : The third National Jamboree of the Boy Scouts of America attended by more - Uum 454XX) boys and leaders ends officially tonight although It will take four days to move everyone out by 'special trains-and buses and automobiles Boys began to strike their tents and s tow their gear but the general Jamboree activity was undiminished - As usual almost half the camp went ocean swimming in relays The favorite Jamboree sport of swapping continued at the same feverish pitch - ' Rehearsals were being complied for the big closing show Scoutlng’s“Drail to the Future” In the outdoor arena This production put on by the scouts themselves is designed to tell' In pageantry : and narration the story of the Jamboree on this vast Southern California Irvine Ranch TO BE FINALE There will be flashbacks of the Jamboree week that b coming to an end' - As a finale the great crowd will sing “Auld Lang Syne” and the 1953 Jamboree will be history Army - Quartermaster on knocked down the first tents In the gigantic dismantling of Jamboree City while 171 special trains and buses were scrubbed and serviced to return the suntanned scouts to 48 states ? Train 101 with 420'passengers for- New England will be the first to leave the Jamboree It departs from East Los Angeles via Union' Pacific Friday at 10 ajn From then through Monday 80 special trains with such labels as the Buckskin Brigade and the Coanskin Special will take 27205 scouts to their fami- MOSTLY COACH CABS Moat of the trains will be coach cars about a third will be Pullman trains The three lilies handling the - Jamboree traffic are Union Pacific Santa Fe and the Southern Pacific'' Jamboree-'- Transportation Chief Ken Well of New York is taking In stride "the mounting number of requests by scouts to take home owls toads alligators pig birch trees and totem poles the proud mementos of this Jumbo ‘Jamboree Wells said all requests probably will be filled The first bus load of homeward scouts will leave for Wichita Falls Tex at 1 ajn Friday spearheading three days - of departures of 91 buses containing 14400 boys and leaders The baggage problem has been licked In advance said William Morgan Chicago scout executive Each troop stows Its gear to be picked up by 148 trucks for the short ride to one of four depots at East Los Angeles Puente Fullerton or Santa Ana Many of the scouts will take side trips to the Grand Canyon Glacier Park or Carlsbad Caverns Some will ride cable cars up Powell Street San Francisco or tour the stockyards of Kansas aty Cyrus Kendall of Charlie Chan Fame ' Dies in Encino Veteran film and radio actor Cyrus Kendall 55 who created the character of Charlie Chan back in crystal set days died last night at the Motion Picture Home in Endno after a long illness Mr Kendall who was born In St Louis began his professional career in 1906 at the Pasadena Playhouse and he was a charter member of the Playhouse’s 18 Actors Inc He appeared in more than 100 pictures during his screen career and In more than 100 productions at the Pasadena theater' ' He leaves hiswidow Peggy of Pasadena two daughters Katherine -and Margaret and a son John Robert Kendall Doctor Sued Over Needle Left Inside ' Woman 24 Yrs Ago Walter E Meffley 58-year-old mailman and his wife Frances 47 have filed suit against Presbyterian Hospital in Denver Colo and Dr Alden D Catter-son of that dty for 3204270 damages charging that the physician left's surgical needle Inside Mrs Meffley after performing an appendectomy on her 24 sears ago at the hospital : X-Ray examinations here last month disclosed ’ the needle in the appendix area the suit charges' Mrs Meffley must undergo an operation for the removal of the needlewithin 60 days according to thr complaint The Meffleys moved from Denver to Los Angeles nine years ago The eyes of a human being reach - their full growth at the age of 8 or 9 PilLUSPRlRGS Dims SHmTLESS mi m pdducv t PALM SPRINGS m — The - cityl council -i of j Jhis t wrt community has 1 an ordinance barring hirtlesa males In public "Myaestbetic senses am deeply affected when I Walk ' 'into :a bar or ‘ cafe only 'to have some ' hairy-chested ' character -sit down next to me said Councilman Jerry' Nathanaon last night: He displayed letter from ” a ? feminine - winter ! visitor 'who saldsVv v' : f 1 -v -r j “If men only knew It the -majority -of the male population looks lousy with their shirts off”'-- : Tv": Konigsberg Will ip Recital Jacob' Konlgsberg cantOr and lyric tenor will appear in a recital sponsored by the Young Israel of Los Angeles Sunday evening at the Institute of Aeronautical Science 7660 Beverly Blvd Eileen Wlnga rd will be guest violinist and Ssrahlee Halperin will accompany Tickets may be obtained by calling - WHitney 5846 or WHitney 8913 anil at 351 North Fairfax Ave The-Young Israeli is a 'branch of a national movement numbering 50000 members " - r -mil t-JUtmS v “ ' jy - mA-s ' w “ l'l ltv Vi BERLIN GB — New riots in the Stfviet-run uranium mines of East Germany were reported today as ’ a 'fresh wavs of arrests by communist - polios spread over the rebellious Russian xoneV- The U S : High Commission newspaper Neue - Zeitung said troops of the East German “peoples’' army" have been rushed Into the Era Gebirge uranium mining-1 area along' the Chech border to put down the miners new xqirlslng ' lThs paper kald 200 miners have been ' arrested thia week -for “open rioting” They were i demanding release of L200 comrades arrested In the big anticommunist revolt of June 17 ' Schwsnenberg and Johann-georgenstadt two mining towns between f Aue and the Chech border were named as the main trouble centers This area ’Produces rich uranium ore used -by Rnsslato make atom bomb - -- A new campaign of terror swept through the communist zone as police and courts combined In a concerted drive to suppress the danger of a new mass revolt Refugees fleeing to West Berlin told of night ‘raids by police into hundreds of hones and mass roundups of suspected - trouble makers In many dries They said the wave of arrests began Tuea-6jr- ‘ T-' ft -v Police joined ’dvllians in fleeing before the wave of communist vengeance ThntycM members of the communist “peoples police” and 562 other zefu gee Including a former state secretary In the : East Germair Construction Ministry reported to West Berlin police yesterday and -asked for asylum a- Polio Cases' Drop : : ’WASHINGTON (HD -1 The U S Public Health Service said today L262 polio cams wen re ported last week as compand to E390 In' the corresponding week of last year OUR WINDOWS TILL TNI STORY v 7 VK ’ I - - : ' NOLiYWOOVS SIAUTirui SAM ION STOSI A CAMERA Open a savings account of '$100 or more and take home a’ flash camera’ without charge Anyona can operate it Just the thing forsaking outdoor or indoor pictures on your vacation Flash bolbs film and batteries included with' camera and flash unit Accounts opened by mail or by coming to our Hollywood Office-— act today-rdf fer extended tb July 31 Opm Friday liMhp Uatfl 6 PA4 Accounts Insured for Safety te-gl 0000 Free Parking in Rear 7051 Hollywood BM 7 : HOIVywood 9-7371 Victoryillo ! Branch uf 15604 SevenfthlStreet SCOUT JAMBOREE GROCERY BILL NEARf $150000 JAMBOREE cm: Cklif IB — Any housewife can appreciate what O B Even-- son was up against when he -was told to arrange for the - feeding of 45000 hungry - boy - - - If not his grocery bill of j S150000 may help put the Ct over Yet when the meal at this ’"third Na-' - tional Boy Scout Jamboree Is' : served Evenson says he will - be disappointed if he has' ’’ more than 56000 worth of ' r food or only JOB per cent of what was purchased left ' over i - " 'Tonight’s ' meal the last while the Jamboree laoffi-' dally In - session' win cost -y- 822032 The : boys are get-''ting steak ' State Gais Tax - i Revenues Up SACRAMENTO (HE) — Gross revenues on California’s 4 cent gasoline tax increased 36 per cent in May over the same period last year according to the State Board of Equalization Distributions of 355235000 gallons of - gasoline and other taxablcfoel accounted for an income of 315£85567 Refunds to purchasers ‘of fuel for non-high" way use however resulted In a net figure of 31478670 for expenditure on highway construction and maintenance The boanTalso announced revenues were up 66 per cent for the first 11 months of fiscal year 1952-53 from distributions of more than 3750000000 gallon 'Building New World Subject for Sermon “Building the New World” will be the subject -of Rabbi Philip D Bookstaber of Harrisburg Pa in his sermon at Wilihlre Blvd Temple Saturday at 10:30 am- He Is currently serving i chaplain for the National Boy Scouts Jamboree at Irvine Ranch The weekly vesper sery-Ice will be held Friday at 5 pun EVERYONE’S - RAVING! PJImU “TotSU — XAsian r — BAILY SEWS hliiMiil" —MS -

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