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					       (ESTABLISHED JAN. I. 1914)                                                                                TORRANCE, CALIFORNIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 19S&




                                                                                                            The North Hi Breeze
                                                                                                                                By VICKIE AUWIKDA

                                                                                                            Judy Fazlo gave « party Fri- ing their high school years.
                                                                                                          day night in her rumpus room
                                                                                                          about 7:30 p.m.                     The North Wind staff held a
                                                                                                             Having a great lime were spaghetli dinner in the teach-
                                                                                                          many of the Saxons from North j er's staff room at North High,
                                                                                                          High. A slumber party was [ Tuesday, June R, at fl:30 p.m.
                                                                                                          held for the girls later during     Invited was the staff nnd
                                                                                                          the night, after the party.     i their guests, Mr. and Mrs. llar-
                                                                                                                                          Uer. Mr. and Mrs. Ahee, Mr.
                                                                                                            Many of the Saxon parly and Mrs. l.ifton. Mr. and Mrs.
                                                                                                          goers attended a party at Ke- Steffey, and Miss Melton.
                                                                                                          dondo Beach which was given
                                                                                                          by Bill Almeida and Clarence ! The French Club enjoyed
                                                                                                          Johnson, graduates of Torrance themselves thoroughly at
                                                                                                          High. Everyone had a ball, "Rand's Round Up" for a din-
                                                                                                          especially grunion hunters, the iner to climax the last meeting
                                                                                                          activity held after the party. of the year last night.
                                                                                                             The Junior and Senior Prom       The Scholarship Society
                                                                                                           will be held tomorrow night, gave a banquet at the YWCA.
                                                                                                           June 8, at the Mayflower Ball- The members and guests ate a
                                                                                                          room.                             delicious dinner and enjoyed         GRAND OPENING TODAY . . .-The new, modern Thriftlmart at Palos Verdes Blvd.
                                                                                                             "Sophisticated Swingsters" themselves with the entertain-           and Sepulveda will begin Its gala four-day grand opening celebration today. The new
                                                                                                          from Morningside will provide ment that was presented.                 market will feature all the modern facilities available to markets today which have been
                                                                                                          dreamy music from the hours         Speaker was Miss Jane              installed to make shopping the most pleasant ever. Special events, bargain prices, and
                                                                                                          of 9 to 12.                     | Thompson, head of Placement          favors will prevail during the opening.
                                                                                                             A senior boy and girl will Bureau at Long Beach State
                                                                                                          reign as emperor and empress College
    OUR CLOSEST FREEWAY . . . Harbor Area civic leaden marked the opening of the
    south link of the Harbor Freeway In Wllmlngton Monday, the first completed section
    of freeway In this area. Left to right here are Gus Ley, Mrs. Anthony Nizetich, Assembly-
                                                                                                          at the dance, to carry out the      Entertainers were Gerry
                                                                                                          theme, "A Many-Splendored ! Bolde, Diana Bybee, Bill Lee,
                                                                                                          Thing."                           and Lolita Lao.
                                                                                                                                                                               Four Torrance Poultry Ranchers                                      Store Holds
    man Vincent Thomas, Mrs. Jean Hagler, and George Bradbeer. Traffic was open to south-
    bound lanes from Pacific Coast Hwy. to Battery.
                                                                                                             The decorations are being
                                                                                                          kept a surprise until the night
                                                                                                                        Deadline For
                                                                                                          when the seniors of '55 will
                                                                                                                                                                               Entries in Merit Award Contest
                                                                                                                                                        Four leading Torrance poul-, plants and trees, the use of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Open House
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Open nmlse wi " be held to"
                                                                                                          celebrate their last dance dur-
                                                                       Model Finance                                    Pool Posts                   try ranchers are among the vines and shrubs to screen the i day ' tomorrow and Saturday
                                                                                                                                                     early entries in the 195S Poiil- ' ranches from view, and maxi-i at lhe new Merrell Paint Co.
         Scout                                                         Manager Happy
                                                                                                          Briggs Named ii T j                        try Ranch Merit Award con- mum sanitary conditions.             I store, 3BO N. Hawthorne Blvd.,
                                                                                                                                                     test sponsored each year by, -Other factors entering into;'" Hawthorne,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Maurie Merrell, owner, re-
                                                                                                          President of                               the poultry department of the the judging include neatly
                                                                                                                          Today Is the final day to i,ns Angeles County Farm painted buildings in good re-j ccnt| y moved his store from

         Trails                                                        In New Position
                                                                                                                        apply for personnel openings Bureau.
                                                                                                          CSEA Group pal the new Torrancewhich is ranchersfour K. L. Christnffrr- are tight,orstraight, and attrac-jI lnnrnoln Blvd wnere he had
                                                                                                                        for
                                                                                                                            Swimming Pool,
                                                                                                                                              Munci-j The
                                                                                                                                                               are
                                                                                                                                                                    local poultry
                                                                                                                                                                                      ; parr, uniform fences which! its old location, 478 N. Haw-
                                                                                                                                                                                        paintod     otherwise
                                                                                                                                                                                                              neatly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       b(>pn     business nine years.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Balloons for the youngsters,
                                                                            "It has always been my am-         The regular monthly meet- slated to open next month.            snn 3S ] 8 Emerald; Leo Rad- live, poullry areas and drive-
                                                                                                            ing of the California School ( Applications for positions ford, 3440 Emerald; Leonard .....                                              orchids for the ladies and a
  Girl Scout Troop 610                  Pack 728                         bition to live and work in Tor- Employees Assn. will be held , will be taken from 8 a.m. to H. Radford. 3430^ Emerald, trash, free from weeds and number of door prizes will be
       A court of awards and In-          Pack 728 Cubs recently par- ranee, was the comment made I at the Fern Avenue S c h o o 1 [ 5 p.m. at City Hall.                    land Charles Rubin. 304 W. i                                            awarded free at the fete, Mer-
    vestiture were the main at- ticipated in a swimming party by Don Pepe concerning his cafetorium at 7:30 p.m. tonight, j Positions available include <• 223rd St. Christofferson is the                                                           rell said. Big item ticketed for
    tractions at Girl Scout Troop at Long Beach and some mem- recent appointment as manag
    BlO's meeting last Saturday at bers took a ride in the Good
                                                                                                               At a recent meeting Larry i pool manager, senior life- i,os Angeles county chairman
                                                                        er of the local branch of the Briggs was elected as presi- guard, looker room attendant of the event and was also one
    Nativity Church Parish Hall. year blimp while on a visit to Model Finance Co.                           dent for the coming school and cashier-clerk.                    1 of the 29 award
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Douglas Tabbed                      giveaway is a complete out-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     side paint job fnr a home
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     which will be awarded at 3
       New Girl  Scouts initiated at the .Long Beach Airport.
    the affair Included Jeanne            Michael
    Franklin, Patricia Stetson, Kt- McCarthy, Dan.Williams, Rob-
                                                                           Pepe, a four-year resident of year. Serving with Briggs will; Examinations for the posts: the 1955 competition which
                                                                        Torrance, lives with his wife be: vice president, Roy Foster;' will be given June 16 at 9 30 i covered the entire Los Angeles
                                                  Shlnada, Patrick Viola, and two children. Cheryl secretary, Mrs. Mae Rampley; a m. at City Hall. The written | county area
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 For Air Advance
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ,         ..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     p.m. Saturday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       -Merrell said the new store
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     is double the floor area of the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     - ----- -
    therine Strelich, Patricia Poitz, ert Healey, Ron Thompson, age 10 years, and Donald John, treasurer, Henry Weaver; and exam                      will count 60 per cent! Another local entrant is              *pur of the nations fore-j ol(1 pajnt stoce
                                                                                                                                                                                                                m osf en «lne(lnn S societies!
    Gloria Zlaket and Judy Chand- Robert Angereo and Tom An- 3 months, at 2506 Grand Sum- reporter, Mri. Dorothea John while an oral I n t e r v I e w,! John Lindeberg, P.O. Box 501,' have honored Donald W Doug- '.                                     - -       -±
                                                                                                            son. Walter Holloway and Hen- weighted at 40 per cent, will ' Harbor City, a first-time entry
    ler.                               gereo were taken up for the mit.                                                                                                                                         las for advancing the art of
       Awards went to Janet Isen- blimp ride. Kenneth Moore,               Prior to his appointment ry Weaver will serve as dele follow.                                                  60 Entries            transportation through devel- \^ V VII IIVMiJVV
   hour, Ann Montague, Cather- Larry Baudin, Paul McCarthy here Pepe was active in the fi- gates to the CSEA convention
    ine Herrin, Rose Ann Colton, and Glenn Sells, of Scout Troop nance business in Huntington to be held on July 12 in Long RANGERS TO DINE
   Elin Colton, Sandra Derouin, 219, also took the air ride.            Park.                              Beach.                              TOMORROW NIGHT
   Michele Green, Coralie Nesen-                                           A native of Philadelphia he        All school employees, both
   son, Karen Fenn, Charlene              The Cubs currently are busy                                      certificated and non-certificat-
   Garrison, Suzanne Melville,         jetting their entry ready for started his education under a ed, who wish to contribute
                                                                        Navy V plan at Central Michi-
   Charlotte Schmidt, Sara Jane the Scout-OrScope, set for Sat- gan College and after serving blood to the school employees
   Sargent and Patricia Kick- urday in the Coliseum.                    aboard a minesweeper as Lt. blood bank are reminded that
   lighter.                                                              jg) returned to the Mount on Monday, June 11, the Mo-,.- .._-.. . -.                        -.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                B. Lea. chairman of the Elmer ry School next September has
      Mary Simpson and Susan Girl Scout Troop 1299                      Pleasant, Mich., school to com- bile unit of the Red Cross will \ narcotics detail, will be the i July.                                             Board of Award, on been set for June 11, 12, and
   Loew were awarded the high-            The Senior Girl Scouts of plete his education.                   be in Torrrance at the C i v i c guest speaker.                       More than three times as A. Sperry
   est achievement which can be Troop 1299 are busy earning                                                Auditorium. Hours of collec-          The group recently held its ma ny Los Angeles county poul- , *eha] °f, e Ame an Soclp-1 '3, John Strom, principal, an-
                                                                           During the time the Pepes tion are from 3 p.m. to 7:30 family powwow at Stanley | try farms have entered this"/ of Mechanic.' Engineers ; no,im.pri .
   attained in intermediate scout- money for a trip. A paper lave resided In Torrance, Don                                                                                        ,r's contest than in 1955., AmT Can ' nstlt " te ° L1,ecr''l Parents wishing to register'
   irg      the Curve'1 Bar.          drive is planned for Saturday, las been employed in neigh- a.m. Anyone wishing to make! Ranch. About 300 Ranger boys yea                                                 can Engineers. Society of Au- , nelr children may do so at
      Mesdamc Charles Garrison, from 8 am. until noon.                                                     an appoinntment, may call 1 and girls and their parents
                                                                        boring communities as well as FA 8-0510.                            I attended.                                                                                 and The t h P school office Registration
  Thomas Hi rrin. Ralph Monta-           The group, sponsored by an active member of the local                                                                                                                 Society of Naval Architects : can he rtone wj thout appoint-
  gue and Clyde Purry were in- the Jaycettes, is under t h e i Junior Chamber of Commerce                                                                                     a large metal sign, is hung      and Ma        Engineers
                                                                                                                                                                              the entrance of the                                                       nt between 9 am and 4
  vested as leaders by retiring leadership of Mesdames A. A.               He commented that as man-                                                                          ranches, and is taken away if I n™#»* has pioneered, in p m on anv of tne three dayj.
  leader Mrs. Delbert White.
      The meeting also was high-
                                      Krauszer and Fred Hansen.        ager of Model Finance he
                                         Anyone interested in donat- hoped "to make available the
                                                                                                             Tartar Teen Talk                                                 the ranch fails to qualify in ! man/ fields of aviation bul is j Open House for next Sep-
                                                                                                                                                                              the following year's contest. I P^P" h«' known '^"'.'Sh- , tember kindergarteners and
                                                                                                                                                                                          ng \
  lighted by the presentation of ing papers may do so by con- i services of this organization to                                                                                       ^«. St ..,uu....,                                     se
                                                                                                                                                                                                             j!out the world for . the "DC ' ...
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 .     . . ,          , ,                   -lothers has been set for
  a birthday cake to the troop. tacting Mrs. Krauszer at FA residents of the community.'                                    By KAREN HESTER, DA 64391                                  Large Industry
                                                                                                                                                                                The voluntary program 0,! nes of airplanes including the tonmrrow . A ll children and
  It commemorated the llth an- 8-4779.                                                                                                                                          eanup and beautification of famous twin-engine DC-3, back- { mothers interested are lnvited
  niversary of the organization.                                                                              Elections were held recently sentative; Peggy Rynhart, one of the county's largest in- bone               of commercial airlines \ , at|end classcs for one nour
 Cub Pack 211-C
      Cub Pack 211-C sponsored
                                      Troop 728
                                         At the District Camporee
                                                                      Safety Check                         day and results of the ballot- Girls' Court representative.
                                                                                                          ing were announced at the
                                                                                                          election dance.
                                                                                                                                                                              dustries is sponsored by the for a decade. It was the most i between 9 3n am and 11:30
                                                                                                                                                 Sophomore officers include poultry department of the Los commonly used passenger in., or between 1 p.m. and
                                                                                                                                              the following: Carol Shinoda, Angeles County Farm Bureau, plane ever built and many                      p m.
                                      held recently, at O'Neill Park                                          New student body officer president; Val Forella, vice and will be judged by "task are .still in service throughout
  PTA held its monthly meeting Scouts of Troop 728 were
  at Torrance Elementary achoo proud that each patrol of their
 auditorium last week.                troop receive! the award o
                                                                      Points Listed                       are as follows: Dick Bentwood, ! president; Mardell Clayton, forces" composed of repre- the world.
                                                                                                          president; Mike Bertolet, vice secretary; Victor Masaki, treas- sentatives of the Los Angeles
                                                                                                          president; Dan Ovist, court urer; John Bentwood, Boys' County Health Department,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Soldier Now
      Cub Master Jay Nielsen in the Eagle Coup. This award
  troduced Den 3, who gave th is given to ill patrols which
 opening. Announcement w a meet high standards.                       By LASC Group                       judge; Marilyn MOBS, commis- League representative; Loretta the Los Angeles Beautiful
                                                                                                          sioner of records; Bill Mont- Roblson, Girls' League repre- Committee of the Los Angales
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Improvementsat                    In Kansas
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Specialist 3rd Class Charles
                                                                                                          gomery, commissioner of ath- sentative; Gerry Day, Girls' Chamber of Commerce and
 made of a picnic on June 10             This was not the only honor      Faulty stop lights are a letics; Sharon Blakesly, com- Court representative.
 and a committee meeting June Their junior assistant scout major cause of rear-end colli missioner of pep; Berta Rogan,
 6 at the home of Mrs. J. Hor master, Wayne Blschoff, was slons, the Greater Los Angeles commissioner of publicity; Vio-
                                                                                                                                                Girls' League officers
                                                                                                                                                                             local newspaper and Chamber j
                                                                                                                                                                             of Commerce officials.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Alondra Park                       W. McCown, whose wife, Bar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   bara, lives at 2263 Tomlmson
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Ln., Las Vcgas. Nev , Is a mem-
 ton, 24104 Huher Abe. The judged the best youth leader Safety Council said today in let Popovich, commissioner of oka, president; Belly Ypshloka, Distinction" will be judged on
 Pack will not meet during the In a contest with other Boy urging motorists to safety finance; Penny Bernard, com- vice president; Jan Zuber, sec their use of thrifty, well-kept
 summer.                             Scout leaders in the harbor check their cars in advance of missioner of activities; Jim retary; Diane DeNevers, treas
                                                                                                                                                                                The "Poultry Ranches of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Lake Approved
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Contract for extensive im-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ber of the 1st Infantry Divi-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   sion at Fort Riley. Kan.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The "Big Red One" division
     Lee Polick, Den Master of district and was awarded a vacation driving.                               Wyant, commissioner of group tirei, Barbara Merola, his-                                             provements to the lake area at returned to this country in Oc-
 Pack 732-C gave the inspection trip to Philrnont Scout Ranch
 on all the "Hobo" costumes this summer.
                                                                          "A stop light, actuated by control.
                                                                      the foot brake, is required on          Other officers included Ed-
                                                                                                                                             torian reporter.
                                                                                                                                                Boys' League officers in-
                                                                                                                                                                             Toastmasters                      Alpndra park was awarded tober, 1955, after 13 years
                                                                                                                                                                                                              yesterday by the board of su- overseas.
 for the evening and awarded            The boys also took part in every motor vehicle in Cali- die Shaw, Diana Cook. George clude the following: Tom                                                          pervisors to the D and M               Specialist McCown, son of
 the prize to Den 3. Parents the spectacular Scout-0-Scope fornia," William B. Cleves, Boscon and Miss Rogan, cheer- Qiiaggin, president; Richard
 also went along with the 'ho held on June 2 and are now traffic safety vice president leaders; Miu Mois, Barbara Ruffell, vice president, Jim
                                                                                                                                                                             Plan Meeting                     Sprinkler Co for $73,917. ac- j Mrs. Don Rogan. 1524 West
                                                                                                                                                                                                              cording to Supervisor Kenneth 203rd St.. is a mechanic in the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  33rd Field Artillery Battalion'!
 bo" theme for the evening and looking forward to climbing for the local chapter of the Carter, Connie Kulp, Mary Yo- Jennings, secretary; Dennis
 many were attired acordingly 11,200-foot San Gorgon I o National Safety Council, said. shloka, Sally Jo Reed and Brown, treasurer.                                          With PV Club                     Hahn.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                   The Improvements to be ac- Service Battery of the division.
 Den 4 presented the games mountain at the end of the                                                                                                                           Toastmasters from Torrani-e complished under the contract He entered the Army in May,
 and Den 5'dramatized a "ho- month.                                       Many motorists, Cleves, said, Georgia Sanford, song queens                                         ind Palos Verl^s will meet in include the conslruction of 1954, completed basic training
                                                                      are not aware that their stop          Senior class officers are the      Another group we are quite Kedondt) Beach Tuesday In be : new curbs and grading around at Fort Did anil was last sta-
 bo" skit.
     Awards were presented to On* Scarlet Fever                       lights are not workm g Stop :ollowlng: Charlie Jennings, proud of is the "Tears," who come better acquainted with the perimeter of the lake and tioned in Germany.
 Darryel Veazey, Don Myen                                             lights can be checked, he said, ^resident; Joe Rubeo, vice were on the Johnny Otis show the                       governor of Distnct island, new walks, lawns                  He attended Torrance High
and Nell Neimann, new Bob- COM Reported                   Here             having someone watch the resident; Wynn Welch, secre last Thursday night singing No. 51 of Toastmasters Inter terraces around Ibe recreation j School His father, A. A. Mc-
                                                                                                          ary; Judi Morgan, treasurer;
cats. Other awards were Paul            According to information re light while the brake is ap- John Emery, Boys' League rep "You Made Me Love You," national, Roy G.'aliam.                                 biiildmg, and new benches and j ('own. also lives in 1-as Vegaj.
Allbright, silver arrow; Dan- leased by the IMS Angeles lied. A "do-it yourself" meth- resentative; Miss Reed, Girls' written by one of the "Tears,"                           MC for the eu-ning will be drinking fountains                    I TO/MAM DCAITV
ny Hampton, bear badge; Dean ,'ounty Health Department, od Is to apply the brake in a League representative; Bill Terry Akers.                                              Toastmaeter Howard Mcl.cod           The entire area east of the TROJAN REALTY
Tilt on, gold arrow; Jan Taute, Torrance office, the only re- garage and watch for the re- I Evans, Boys' Court represent*                                                  of the Palos Verdes club He lake, for many years barren, IN NEW OFFICES
lion badge; Mike Oliver, bear portable dlsaase recorded in 'lection on the garage wall.                  live; Delores Roberts, Girls'          This week is officially the will be assisted by Ed Nelson             ndy, will now be beauti-i       Mike C Lotito of TrojlJ
badge; Ronnle .Simpson, gold Torrance for the week ending                Directional signals, Cleves Court representative.                  last school week for all the acting as table topic master, fully landscaped with g r a i Really Ci lu                     nnounced the
arrow; Steven Drown, gold ar- May 26 was one case of scar- lid, may be checked in the                        Junior class officers are the seniors, the caps and gowns and Jack Farash, timekeeper lawns, trees and planls                        opening >f a n           office It
row and bear badge, Bobby et fever.                                    line manner.                      following: Len Ehlers, presi- are issued next Friday, the             Speakers from the Palos           Project is being carried oi 24403 Narbimne Ave In Lo-
Drury, silver arrow; John               This isolated case was one       Other safety check points dent; Joyce Cannon, vice presi day of the prom I want to Verdes club will include Jim under Supervisor Ilahn'i                                 mita The office formerly oc-
flail, wolf badge; Bill Wassen- of 27 reported In the county, isted by the Council are dent; Rosemary Hill, secre- *ish all the seniors who are Abrahams, Roger Barto, and nounccd intention to have cupied quarters at 2213 Lomi-
berg, bear badge; Billy Soren- jringing the year's total of re- brakes, headlights, tail lights, tary; Judy Elston, treasurer, now prepared to go out into                                                   Alondra Park developed as a ta Blvd.
son, wolf badge. Refresh- >orted cases of scarlet fever Ires, steering and wheel align- Jim Sena, Boys' League repre- the world on their own all the                           Torrance club speaker         major regional recreation cen           "We will represent the Tro-
ments were served by Den 4 o 658. a decrease as compared ment, exhaust and muffler, sentative; Becky Candler, luck in the world We will all                                      Joseph Henccl and Frank ter to serve lhe rapidly In- Jan Construction Co., builder
with the closing service led o last year's total of 044 to windshield wipers, glass, horn Girls' League representative, be proud to lay we were in ' Gorbet, with Harold Briggs | creasing population of sur- j of fine new homes In the rtar-
by Den 1.                            he same date                    and rear-view mirror.             | Boscon, Boy»' Court repre- [ the great class of "66."              acting at the master evaluator j roundlng areas.                   | bur Area," Lotito said.

				
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