Long Beach Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on October 30, 1949 · 16
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LONG ilACH (CALIF) PRiSS-TILIOtAM SI) HP AY OCTOMK 10 1W o : i iff Dulles and Lehman China Reds Take Speed Up Campaign Town on Road to Nationalist Base By JOE HALL XTEW YORK Oct 29 (AP) New York state's two Sena- 1 By SPENCER MOOSA tonal candidates oiled their election machines today CHUNGKING Chin Oct 29 for a high-speed final week of campaigning for New York i The Chine Nationalist to- rltv'a ? SOO Cmf) votes — day concede Communist capture L-irys JUUW vote of Tungan 90 mile northeast of Their upstate tours ended Re-1 state and demanded that taxes be Kweilin and said heavy fighting publican Sen John roster Dulles! cut Instead of hiked for new fair was in progress near Fenghwang and former Gov Herbert H Leh- deal programs 210 miles southeast of Chung man uemocratic-Lioerai eanai- in Kepuoucan senator a vet kmc date will spend the time remaining before the Nov S vottng in appeals to the metropolis' poly-got population The election only off year Sen ate contest In the nation this year has been msde a straight out test of President Truman's fair deal program eran foreign affairs expert also Kweilin is a ma tor Nationalist said this week "the chances are" base In Kwsngsi Province 350 that the bipartisan foreign pol miles southeast of Chungking Icy would end If he were de Fenghwang where the nation alists said 20000 Reds at Ml velt the late Al Smith and for mer Sen Robert Wagner When CONTRACT SIGNING- Pictured above (right) it Richard Rogers Navy veteran Of World Vis H ( ho prepares to sign the 35000th contract for purchase of a home in the office of the California Stats Department of Veterans Affairs farm and home division Heartwell building Jer G Hille manager ot the office and Mrs Rogers watch with interest Rogers purchased home at 5442 Ebefl St under the loan agreements-(Press-Telegram Photo) feated The former governor retorted tacking is a gateway to Kwei that Dulles was "hopelessly mis- chow Province which lies be-cast in the cole of the indiapensa- tween Kwangsi Province sad hie man" In the nation's foreign Chungking's Szechv an Province In his talks throughout the policy He said this policy had ' Kweichow Province has been de- state Lehman has associated been carried out for five vears scribed previously as virtually himself with Mr Truman the 'without! Mr Dulles in the Sen undefended A Red drive across late President Franklin D Roose- ate" 1 It would split the last Nationalist Dulles twice called his h"Mrgs m vnjthwest China! opponent a liar In the oast week The top Nationalist genersls the latter resigned Gov Thomaa He said Lehman a Jew had lied however were gathering In E Dewey appointed Dulles to the! in calling him a bigot and again (Chungking for a conference interim term Now the office in explaining why he formerlv which one of them aaid was in-must be filled by election the had accepted the endorrement ot'tttv" to make southwest China i term ending Jan 3 1951 the left wing American Labor "n wmncnie lortress ann a nase Lehman hat insisted the dom party lormu nnnw "nir"'r mast issue is whether the lib- Two prominent Jews Bernard Generalissimo Chiang Kai-shek r1 orrwrrU nrntrrmm ha a Vf Ranirh mnA Fr A hhi Mill! WhO Will be S3 years Olrl MnnOav cribes to the Democrats is to be Sliva Zloniat leader defended ls expected to arrive from For continued or whether "black re- the G O P Senator who ls s 7M t r ' action" Is to take over He de- leading Protestant layman on hls "f Sii5"!fin2 capt?j £2 fends the 'Welfare state" the bigotry Issue during the £r Jris wu-rl! !i im Dulles meets this Issue head! week Each said he knew Dulles tJ?k ? n JlKS?' u v a—a n kt Am niA Miis nr t-mi 'he Iront north of t nungKing iBjP m HnLVLssssssaLsWat "LsVJhLsssV i maCI Lssssmir -fcr ' 'WEjr1 Ok ' aw ft fc BLssssssssssssf m w A fiJaHPSBaL i r s 35000th California Vet Buying Home Under Act THE 35000th veteran to purchase a home under the provisions of the California veterans farm arid home purchase act signed his contract yesterday in the office of Jere G Hille district manager in charge of the Long Beach office in the Heartwell building The veteran was Richard Rogers a storekeeper at the Ford assembly plant and a Navy veteran with combat service in the South Pacific Rogers to married and to a ff SreerTof QUifoV son 6 He purcnasea nis nome at 044 z iDeu ai wnere ne had been livine for several vears He said his payments under the loan plan which carries an interest rate of 3 perf11- "Jna" not the Long cent will be lower than the rental payments previously The plan operates under a revolving fund financed by a bond Issue voted several years ago which pays for itself with no expense to taxpayers In order to establish eligibility veterans are advised by Hille to file an application on form provided by the office When ready to purchase a home or farm the veteran may communicate with one of the offices of the depart ment ask for an Interview and arrange for ah appraisal free of charge Veterans may borrow up to $7500 for purchase of a home or up to $13500 for purchase of a farm Eligible borrowers are those who entered the armed services from California Veterans of World War I also may obtain state loans under this plan Local News in Brief Veterans Reunion — Members of the 89th Division Society will meet for their annual family dinner and entertainment program in Scully's Restaurant 48th St and Crenshaw Blvd Los Angeles at 8 p m Nov 5th Joe T Woods adjutant announced The 35th Division Association will join "in the event Post No 8327 VFW will meet Wednesday evening to its new location Machinists' Bldg 728 Elm "Ave and will meet hereafter on the first and third Wednesdays Members and visitors are asked to note the change of meeting place which also will have an office for the adjutant California Parks Group Increased Strengthening the campaign to establish and develop marine parks and harbors throughout Southern California boL along the ocean front and around rivers and lakes inland 20 Southern Californlans are to be added to calls the trend to an all-powerful ! prejudice about 200000 and 175000 men respectively are the two largest the rationalists have A cabinet spokesman said the Nationalists planned to have total afmy of 2500000 If previous official figures sre correct this would mean an increase of 500000 TWINS VJSIT EXHIBITOR—Diane and Ltftd4 Hla 2V-year-old twins yotterdey visited' the Southern California Fall Rower and Garden Show t eldest exhibitor Hector Rom wKo has been displaying Kit prize-winning mufm in shows since 1912 The lOhS annual show will open Thursday for a four-day run in Pate-idene's Broolcside Park Chamber of Commerce Campbell and Harry Welch of Newport Beach have been the only Southern Californlans on the association board which numbers 25 from other portions of the state The board in session Friday In Los Angeles appointed a nominating committee to choose the additional directors Campbell said Marine parks along the California River at Big Bear and other similar lakes and along the ocean shore al! for the enloy-ment and use of Southern California citizens and visitors are the alms of the association Joe Fellows Jr Richard Loynes and Campbell all from Long Beach: Glenn Rick San Diego city planner Don Smith San Clemente S F Warren Los Angeles Harold Stelb Santa Barbara and Welch of Newport Beach constitute the committee to nominate directors Charles Winslow of Oakland is president of the association California Dinner — Mrs Bessie F Whitney will give an original reading "A Trip Across Country" at the meeting of the California State Society Friday at 6:30 p m in Machinists HalL A covered-dish dinner will be served Mrs5 Hazel True is dinner chairman Star Election — Officers will be elected at the dinner meeting of Mar Vista Chapter O E S Tuesday at 7:30 p m in Masonic Temple Plymouth St and Long Beach Blvd A covered-dish din- ner will be served preceding the business session Vivian Ferrer ls chairman Luncheon— St Matthew's Altar Society will have a covered-dish luncheon Thursday atl-p m in the school hall Seventh 1 St and Temple Ave Planned — The Order of Beauceant will hold public bazaar at 728 Elm Ave Wednesday beginning at 12:15 p m Rummage Sale— The Prlscilla Circle of the Women's Association of the Second Presbyterian Church will sponsor a rummage sale tomorrow at 436 W Broadway beginning at 9 aLm Rummage Sate— The Ca mpus Club of Pomona College will have a rummage sale Monday end Tuesday at 1154 Pine Ave To Be Hostesses — Pioneer members of the Woman's Bene fit Association Review 15 win be hostesses when the organization has a covered-diah luncheon Tuesday at 728 Elm Ave Congregational Bazaar — The Women's Council of Bay Shore Com mu nity Congregational Church will hold a bazaar Thursday from 1 to d p m at the parish halL There will be a maga zine booth also fancywork and food sale An old-fashioned ham Outstanding Talks Booked The Jewish Community Council will present two outstanding personalities in its "Jewish Panorama" in the Masonic Temple at dinner will be served 5-7 p m 8 p m tomorrow it ls announced Mrs Mary Nash is chairman Rebekah Meeting— Long Beach Rebekah Lodge No 360 IOOF will meet Wednesday evening in K of P Hall 1153 South St neari Orange Ave when District I Deputy President Nola Lockridge will pay her official visit Pennsylvania Society — The Pennsylvania Society will have Its November covpred dish sup- by Murray Greenwood president Rev John Stanley Qrauel young Christian minister who served aboard the "Exodus 194T and who reported on Israel before the Uqlted Nations special committee on Palestine will be one of the speakers He will bring an eye-witness account of "Israel Today" based upon a sojourn in Israel and Algeria Mme P a u 1 e 1 1 e Oppert a PIGS ROAM EXCLUSI VE DISTRICT 1 Porkers Explore Resort After "Coach' Capsizes 1IEST PALM BEACH Fla Oct i abroad each weighing around 29 P) Nearly 40000 pounds 200 pounds of pork on the hoof roamed the Purvis said three pigs were in West Palm Beach today frighten- were very much on their own ing housewives and eluding pur-! Housewives chased the porkers suers with brooms and gardeners The porkers got loose when a brandished rakes as motorists trailer-truck overturned Driver stopped to watch Purvis of Fitzgerald An increase in the number of man Communists boldly aet ou 'Entries Still Pour for Flower Show in East German Reds Rally Ex-inmates of Soviet Prisons James B Ga said there were 190 pigs roast pork dinners was predicted Actress Lynn Merrick Weds Robert Goelet Jr FLORAL entries continue to : est chrysanthemum blooms will nmtr tA th vrtrmrtT- be featured in garden plota and of the 10th annual Southern Call- fowJ rrangementa throughout fornia Fall Flower and Garden h buildings and five and Show with all indlcatione point-1 one-half crM of the show ing toward the largeat fall event round: prchida of varietiea lever ataged Manager Victor H!tao1wlu be seen In their natural iPinckney announced vesterday i"ln with outatanding die-The show opens Thursday for a P ' the Southern Califor- BERLIN Oct 29 trP Top Ger- four-day run at the Fannie E "V" ' -Tf '' ''Sv an Communists boldly aet out Morrison Horticultural Center in Guatemala promised for the today to mobilize former war t'asanena a Brookside Park ) rui ki a prisoners Into an antiwestrm bloc Nurseries garden clubs flor-Lf Cim'i wJa rll TJSB for Russia lata and amateur and profeaalonal £f°r Jfn tl ' a A fanfare of Communis prom- horticulturists throughout the Pa SS offail PKaVra mwJHv £iT ElatSFrllr Onerl" leSn "IIf Abloom iff SJS ti v- —j — oiiijw AHucuuvn nun- yr- profit group the ahow annually NEW YORK Oct 29 W hertted by his mother the Duch Actress Lynn Merrick's publicity ess de Villarosa who is living in agent said tonight the 26-year Rome old film and radio player was married in Europe Wednesday to ert Robert W Goelet Jr member of a wealthy Newport R I family The World Telegram aaid the couple eloped and said young) in Rome for his son toeier immediately was oism wilhelm Pjeck eaat German tries received president pledged thst the Soviet Pinckney said Union would release its lsst German military captives by Jan 1 The opera house wss filled with 1 CAO MfnrnMt rtm Cti'tAt (nreA Jliw011 w !2!Lof ! rnps who had been sent in attmota thnnunrfa rtt irvwtnr Millions of the Southland's fin- from all parts of the country onu-ie-Cgrm mu inc j rr Communlstlirected German So had supplied money with which vUT Friendship Society to set up a moviemaking business For ' hour Wjh'omv 15 Unfairness Claimed in Razing Plants Vandenbergs toSee'Spoolcs'L GRAND RAPIDS Mich Oet 29 UP The 450 pupils at Lafayette Grammar School aren't f6r-getting Sen Arthur K Vanden-berg on Halloween But they aren't planning to soap windows or ring doorbells Instead they're going to hold a Halloween parade for the ailing Senator and his wife The children wrote the Van- mtntttas eaoaaa tUa ura A - - iiiiiiuic a cvcee 111c 1 sin wee ea j - The publicity representative Hr-i tw rnmmmii Mur Pat Patricof said Miss Merrtrk'a j who demanded that all former mother Mrs Jane Merrick was prlsonera1 Informed of the marriage in a Fjght t0 annui Wegt Ger cablegram received here yester mn Federal Republic the Allied "Jf: - occuoatlon statute and the Inter- She said the marriage had been national Ruhr control lanned for some time but Miss Onnnw 'thj -rnitnra nt fh errick's mother was surprised Herman ntion h' nrmin py the sudden elopement I agents of American Imperialism" In Paris Goelet was reported! Actively participate in the Ger- iayng ai a noiei dui newsmen man-Soviet Friendship Society 1" n VT viprp nnah in rsirh h m Hrc I uii i W'l na even IMS spoke then he mopped his forehead with a soiled handkerchief He was trying to convince news rORTMUND Oct 29 Mh-The pie but it gives an Indication of kneeji talked so rapidly that theldutry " Wr P°fn nd con-words seemed to spill out of himivIncn Germane that there is no 'This is my 6-ton furnace" he said "this would go too and this and that machinery over there The New York Sunday Mirror neonle ari th ht frnS nt th said Goelet was previously mar ! German people" ried to Jane Monroe of Boston L who divorced him in 1943 charg 11 x T ing that he was more interested IViargar6T I rUfTldn in being a drummer in a swing f band than he was in her OinOS I Pi JT LOUIS Goelet's fa- 79 T-l i J 1 1 ui- v— i lie mu 1 ui ta in ikhuci m mici asm ie likiii v : wi mnt umauc 'tier a leaaer in Newport society cr mi-is Oot r m Ann nlwtnr or a n mwr n f r c - i Monday to view tne parane Jacn r " r " — 1 iviargarn irumn maiir ner aiin rontinuprl 01 the 4Wyaiso contrmuten some ""h-d thr:Tnd to dlsin uis vocai oeoui as aoioisi wnnlt)l planf -Germany needs high coins to buy flowers which three thres ei dism- he St fLouta Symphony Ore hes- tt nd tnyf th Briflfh JLL T° An! swinV band InTerests bG report- Zl TZZZ' — insist they sre going to dismantle vnoenorrp aiung wun n - th Eurooean u' I "'JZ w'J correspondents that dismantling 01 nis isctory was unfair that It had not been used for the glory' of the Third Reich's military machine 1 make high test steel here" bustling through ST Wednesday at 6:30 p m in f rench underground resistance achinists' Bldg followed by a fder who "T1 Ju 'LfJ ot special I nropram soehti " °d Xood s The Michigan foreign policy m°vie venture ipadcr 19 tunair9 iii av ins home here after a serious lung AresK I OflfltlP operation Mrs Vandenberg also ruM WU3MC is convalescing after an extend- ed unedM- Agrees on Pact iiorium lrnv ni-t Miss Truman's mother Mrs v r special businew' meeting and w hi irr (tcxuiiu jsroncii mult Oppert has returned recently from an extended tour of Israel and the Moslem countries of porta Rummage — The : North Af ricTand Euo'pe' manor oporw tmo wm nviu a ft-r the metine the audience rummage sale Monday at 432 W Broadway will have opportunity to greet the new executive director Joshua Marcus and Mrs Marcus Msrcus succeeds Hlrsh Kaplan who resigned Voice of America Gets New Chief Mrs Creswick Returns — Mrs Frank H Creswick 744 W Third St has arrived home frpm Greenville 111 where she was called last summer by the illness and H McCaslin She remained to Will DlSCUSS care for her father Mr Creswick who! accompanied her re- BAAilhf Iccuac turned last September WfJIlUT luc Republican Unit Relief Corps — Long Beach Woman's Relief Corps 93 will meet at 12:30 p m Wednesday in Veterans Memorial Shufrieboard Club — Members of the Auditorium Shuffleboard Club will hold a covered-dish luncheon in Auditorium Park at 12:30 Tuesday followed by the monthly meeting Minnesota Meet — Minnesota State Society will meet in the Y W C A Saturday at 7:30 p m The session is open to all former residents of Minnesota Card Party--Golden State Auxiliary 279 V F W will have its regular card party and luncheon in Veterans Memorial Tuesday at 11:45 am Honored at Notre Deme4- Robert H Thompson 4552 Linden Ave has been named to membership in The Wranglers an honorary society at the Unl-versit yof Notre Dame South Bend Ind Membership in the forensic society is determined at the beginning of each school year on the basis of academic standing and personality Sinai Bible Class— The Sinai Adult Bible Class will meet tomorrow at 7:45 p m in Temple Sinai auditorium when Rabbi I Shalom Ravetch will discuss the "Historicity of the Book of Joshua" Members of the group will report on sections of the book followed' by discussion Registration still is open to those interested in adult beginners' Hebrew class meeting on Thursday evenings Apron Sale — Off leers and members of St Anthony's Altar 1 Society will sponsor an apron sale and silver tea Wednesday from 1-4 p m in the Catholic Center 543 Alamltos Ave New VJFW Hail— Friendship Big Bandit Robs Liquor Store I- A hefty bandit well over 6 j feet tall held up Jimmy Perats cierK in tne Ancnor uquor &iore 1908 Santa Fe Ave shortly after 11 o'clock last night and escaped with $60 He forced the clerk to lie on the floor as he escaped Propositions on the November ballot will be discussed at the monthly meeting of the Republican Assembly open to the public Nov 3 at 7:45 p m in the Masonic Temple S35 Locust Ave With Attorney Woodraw Baird serving as moderator Mrs H L Stallings legislative chairman of the Long Beach P-T A Council will discuss Proposition No 1 Miss Minnie Gant and Mrs Carl Devlne representing League of Wompn Voters Proposition" No 2 and Assemblyman WilHSm S j Grant and John Hutchinson I Proposition No 3 Baird will ' rliacnec Ptftfvc it inn 15 Nature Club Enjoys Dinner Trip to Cuba' A "trip to Cnbe" was taken by Agassiz Nature Club members and friends at the club's annual dinner meeting last week Cuba was seen by the group through the eyes of Dr Yale Dawson geologist and collector of rare cactus He showed pictures of the flora of Cuba Miss Julia Ellen Rogers announced that the Long Beach por t ion -of the late E E Hand s shell collection had been given to the club and is on display in cases in Municipal Auditorium Hand was a Long Beach conchologlsL Harry' S Truman came here from Washington for the concert Vice President Alben W Barkley accompanied by his St Louts j friend Mrs Carleton S Hadley was in the audience Helen Traubel noted operatic CAIRO Oct 29 The seven- soprano who got her start with nation Arab League agreed to- the St Louis Symphony also st-day on a collective security pact tended with a unified supreme command j and a pledge of mutual defense n-w' f ink twieil WASHINGTON Oet 29 Off A senior Arab statesman who ""f T:- j?:-t' Foy D Kohler former minister- declined to be quoted bv name TomorrOW Evflninq counselor of the U S Embassy said the pact will include estab- lomorrew STsmn8 In Moscow will take over Mon lishment of a military general East Long Beach Boys Club day as chief of the Voice of staff unification of arms and a will hold a Halloween party to- America pperationa mutual defense clause calling on morrow night in its clubhouse The State Deoartment said to- an mr omrr iuia nun nj rrrnnin av 11 w n day he would succeed Charles war In which an Arab state la W Thayer who has been chief engaged of the international broadcasting! r— division two years Am vets to Donee Kohler s experience in Moscow emvCTI TO lance is expected to prove valuable in Handmade posters announcing INDUSTRY'S LIFEBLOOn High-test or high-alloy steel can be used for such militsry items as turbines for jet aircraft and the problem raised is one of the stiffest in this Rhur country pulse and heart and lifeblood of Germany's Industry An outright tank factory can be dismantled as a frankly military enterprise but what about a steel plant that devoted ita time to making railroad locomotives? A Germsn industrialist shook his head "I guess you could actually say that a soap plant is a war poten allied intention to sabotage their economic future Conceivably nearly all steel manufacturing ls a potential for war by the same reasoning so are aynthetic or natural gasoline works for motor fuel Is the stuff for war 'a arteries BATING ARBITRARY Bitter German industrialists are trying to save their plants from the dismantling list but the list was carefully gone over-by the Humphrey Committee and what was left on it' must be dismantled Some allied nationals who mildly oppose fseets of the dis-msntling program contend that ft seems paradoxical to pour millions of dollars Into Germany to bolster its economy and take Its industrial potential out by the side door one British official however gave the most flatly logical explanation to a question which has been frayed by fre rftient nibbling at the fringK "It is Germany's fault that much of the world's problems exist todsy Surely she is responsible for most of Britain's economic difficulty Is it wrong then for us to exact reparations or to make sure she doesn't make nounced by Lionel Martinez unit director It will be a costume affair and prizes will be given for various types of apparel Members of the club and their tial because soldiers wash too" j war again? If it is by Heaven X at waa an exaggerated exam-don t see it" Boat Owners Plan for Gulf beaming broadcasts to Iron Cur- a costume ball to be held Friday 'friends are invited Martinez 4' mmmmi tain countries night by Poat 48 Amvets at 439 'aaid Everything will be free A ! I UrlO vOnnery m AAA — A M t A Jl A a J - I I 1 Al t 1 I 1 1 Tne state i lepartmem is oroaa w Ananeim maae ineir appear musical snow wiu ennvm uie casting around the clock in 22 anee In atore windows In Long j occaalon There will be many languages to virtually every Beach yesterday Prizes will be ' games and stunts country In the world given for the best costumes an " ' - example of which is drawn on the V DaIa Ch Oil Tanker Loads P°ter ° Rmaid Lockhart a got Kadio ran ' rr-pe paper tie is sffixed to the A est CifT Dl A r I 7aa face oalnted on the card vYint 3 UUU rriXfll estguin ivi vwiiui vn ' Union Oil's tanker A C Rubel is making a quick turnaround SITTER WAN ItU here to make tier third voyage to Central America and the West coast of South America deliver big local oil producta In Friday from Balboa C Z she loaded that nfo-ht for San Fneen and was scheduled to return here this OKLAH6MA CITY Oct 29 week end to load again for Bal- j Wanted: One aerial baby sitter But Flying Helper Will Earn Her Pay NEW YORK Oct 29 A Russell K Howard 30 of Las Vegas Nov tonight won 131000 In prizes on a radio quiz ahow Howard salesman for a Las Vegas parking firm won the prizes on the "Sing Citizen Arrests Car-theft Suspect Robert E Wright 21-yearold ex Navy man was in Jatl here Decentralization of the South- nghi tor grand theft Invest!- try now at San Diego and Long 'w Beach-Los Angele-r harbor may Completed a 13-month term in materialize under the plans of L A County Jail for stealing a five large boat owners to build sic m Los Angeles canery on the Gulf coast Wright a resident of Ohio WM J& SXJSL£ rS: teken to police headquarters by OL V! Cht-V? tSn I Thomas fe Glanvllte 1S38 t STah ?wiVy nuUdeVof Thrd St- CInvUle told officers H nlr nrn 'hit he saw the suspect enter his tuna clippera at New rleana' nmr mt his home and at- disclosed a few days ago that he P"r" " ? ' it Again" and the boat owners had been eFl 1-1 'U pcogram over the Columbia seeking a aite either on the U S Wrih7 '"t that thS suspect K5flm eaa gag 1" 0t V" walked' away after having faed He fouowea m boa getting out probably tomor row Following the current voyage to Balboa she will return here to load for Chilean porta Hollywood Merchant Found Shot to Death HOLLYWOOD Oct 29 90 Fur Merchant Harry la Pides 71 ! was found shot to death tonight in the back room of his Hollywood Blvd store and police dial patched an all-points bulletin for arrest of the occupants of his auto which la believed stolen La Pides' body ripped by five bullets was discovered under a pile of clothing by his wife Mary i and a niece i to take charge of a 4-year-old from Los Angeles to Oklahoma City Bill Van Dyke reporter for t- Biirn ny inrpnonr jixim jrw vai nujeaii iuuhuica aur him York he correctly named the' Joe Medina prominent tuna ' °"° T" fleet owner panfhom voice" as that of former star Indian athlete Jim Thorpe the Daily Oklahoman sent his DkMA TaLaa One son "Rei" on a visit to the coast rW lOKtn UUf with relatives and cant get him of Youngster' Lling SAN FRANCISCO Oct 29 ll ' WrUm Intn nil i i a a A nia car mu i wi — Drake s statement and added that j - — Navy ria"L-t0bU"d ' cartnery '" time of his arresTfor tl shaping up Children under 8 can't travel alone on a plane 1 hate to leave him In California for four years" he saya "My relatives and the state would be a wreck And we can't afford for my wife to go out and bring him back All the money we have la for Red's fare 'We need a cross-country baby sitter But I have to warn them he's a wildcat' Five-year-old Richard Clark of Benefit Program in Belmont Center A post Halloween party at the the Los Anceles car theft and was given an undesirable discharge investigators said ( pro- Wisconsin Society r r- T iahthnnu In Hum rA nt whieh will fO fo Wuv Blackburn Musical Youngsters boldt County is recovering from Christmas presents tor young-wlll provide music at a covered-the effects of a pebble he stuck sters will be sponsored Wednes- dish dinner meeting of Wisconsin Into his nose and Inhaled Into day at 8 p m in Belmont Rec- State Society Thursday at 6:30 a lung reation Center by Belmont Shore p m in Machinists Hall 728 Attendants at Stanford Lane Business Asaociation Elm Ave The Blackburn group Hospital where an operation was Included In the festivities will is a 14-piece band Colored performed today to remove the be e square dance Music will be movies will be shown by the pub-stone said his condition was furnished by Marty Martin's ! lie relations division of the police good The boy was rushed to orchestra Caller will be Eddie department J O Knutson ls the hospital by plane jGietz Ipreskient of the society 0

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