Independent from Long Beach, California on April 10, 1949 · Page 27
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Milt Berle Stars in Telethon' NEW YORK --(INS. Comedian Milton Berle added the word "telethon" to the American dictionary Saturday night as he helped raise more than $500,000 for the Damon Runyan cancer fund in a 16-hour appeal on the NBC television network. Contributions ranging up to $150,000 -- from a Philadelphian identified as Samuel Pincus-were reported. A blue-blooded Ayrshire calf donated by Charles E. Wilson, .president of General M o t o r s Corp., brought $3000 on a video auction. A car was auctioned for $5000 and a refrigerator for $2500. 12 video outlets from Boston to St. Louis broadcast the Berle marathon, which began at neon EST. Mayor William O'Dwyer of New York kicked off the show, and along the way s.cores of celebrities from the sports and entertainment world made an appearance. The parade of "names" appearing with Berle in New York included Lanny Ross, Jackie Coogan, Jean Sablon, Barney Ross, Jack Dempsoy, and many others. But the bulwark of the show was Berle, who answered- calls, interviewed guests, sang snatches of songs, wisecracked and never seemd to rumple a hair on his sleekly combed head. Periodically, he took a five- minute break to change his shirt and freshen up a bit, but he had little chance to coast while he was in front of the cameras; Actress Recovering HOLLYWOOD -- 1NS. French actress Suzanne Dalbert was recovering Saturday from what police said was an overdose of sleeping pills. Police were summoned when the 24-year-old actress was found nude and unconscious in the bedroom of her home. MODERN DANCING TONITE CRYSTAL ROOF BALLROOM 240 West Ocean Franlcie Gould and His Famous 10-Piece Orchestra JHRIUUtt DRAM AI SUNDAY at 3 P. M. KECA CALIFORNIA MEDICAL AttN. 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J. Teacher Dies Annie R. Noltemeyer, 91, of 611 E. Sixth St., retired Jersey City, N. J., school teacher, died Saturday. She taught 35 years and came to Long Beach when she retired in 1910. She was a member of St. Luke's E p i s c o p a l Church. Surviving are niece Mrs. Irene MacKenzie, Long Beach, and nephew Edward Abbott, Ventura. ' Services Tuesday, 11 a. m., B. W. Coon Chapel, Rev. Perry : G, M. Austin officiating. Please omit flowers. Jaycees to Hold Talkfest Long Beach Junior Chamber of Commerce Forum will hold its extemporaneous speech contest in the Wilton Hotel board room Monday at 8 p. m. The winner of this meet will compete in the quarterly speak- off at men's night celebration. Chairman of the business meeting will be Paul Kelley. . Harold Kutler will introduce the contestants in his capacity of toastmaster. ~" Participants will ba Jim' Mulkern, Oliver Speraw, Marshall Pitts and Howard Jones. FCC Chief Denies T-Y Owner Fears BALTIMORE--\Vynt Coy, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, declared here that the present 12 television broadcasting channels "will not be eliminated" and that present video sets will not become obsolete. Coy made his statements in a speech given before the Advertising Club of Baltimore. Although he made only passing references to the question, the FCC chairman's speech evidently was intended to quash rumors that any changes by the FCC In the. present television channels would make current model television sets useless. Coy said: "There Is no proposal by the commission to delete any of the present channels. This service will not be eliminated. Obviously, therefore, present television se"ts available on the market will get MODERN DANCING TODAY MATINK: 3:30 - T--*DM. 30c Intl. lox EVENING: 8:00-0--ADM, 70 Incl. t» WITH OWEN MAC AND HIS 13-HECt ORCHHTIA DANCE FLOOI NEWLY FINISHED JISTIC IWIROOH THE INDEPIMDENTIL27 !·«· leech, Cellf. iKudiy, April 10, IMt Pun* Stolen While Mary J. Teinmers, 130 Linden Ave., was visiting her daughter in Seaside Hospital Saturday, a thief stole her purse, she told police. service from these channels continuously." He also said "I think this question of obsolescence of television receivers is something of a tempest in a teapot." COMPLETE DINNERS FBOM Mandarin Dinner $1.50 IncMtl «H ·{ fallowing) Fortune Cookies CMcInn Needle Sou* SUI GUM CHOW YOK SWEET AND SOU* ORK MIF.D RICI SHEtUT LEIIANI'S IMPODTED TEA · The Finest in Food · The Best in Entertainment IT'S THE LEILANI HUT C/MMf TwiAiyi Ojnn 1 f. 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