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THE INDEPENDENT—P«g» 1

Aid for Shooting Victim

Success of U. N.
Our A im; Du lies
WASHINGTON—(AP). Secretary of State Dulles • said
Sunday night that, because of Soviet Russia's use of the
veto in the United Nations, regional defense arrangements
appeared to be the most practical means for assuring inter:
national security.

SACRAMENTO—(AP). Action on proposed major
changes in the lawbooks" should begin in the California ZAFAR1A PARK. "

.
This is the name the City Council recently gave to the new,
Legislature this-week.

60March
Todayfor
Red Cross

park site at the southwest corner of Pacific Coast Hwy.
Among the bills scheduled for small
and Redondo Ave., and I'll wager that many newcomers, along
committee hearings are the first with some of th<? "old-timers," have been wondering what the
three measures designed to curb name means and why it was chosen.
Zafaria is a Spanish word meaning small village or ranch
secrecy in government
site, and it was first given to- a Pacific Electric depot built
The lawmakers, have behind ,house
St. and Obispo Ave. in 1904.
them a-substantial week's work, at Anaheim
area adjacent to the depot was settled as early as 1899,
but largely -on non-controversial withThe
several ranch houses and a general.store being built. Later
matters. With 5405 bills to be dis- 'Zafaria community developed, centering on Anaheim St between
posed of, the session has at most Temple and Loma Avenues and extending north of Pacific Coast
14 more weeks to run.
(then State St.) and- south to about llth St.
The Assembly Judiciary Com- 'Hwy.
' In 1907, the PE linked Zafaria with Long Beach via its new
mittee will start things off to- Redondo Ave. and E. Broadway lines, both of which have since
night when it considers Assembly- been, removed.. To popularize the route, a 20-ride roundtrip ticket
man Herbert R: Klocksiem's bill was offered for $1 between Zafaria Depot and downtown Long
banning draw poker. The me'asure Beach. .
passe* the Assembly in 1951 but
Zafaria was annexed to Long Beach in 1909, as a result of
died in a Senate committee.
a fight, over the liquor question. The "drys" forced the annexaMODIFICATION BUE
tion election because they wanted, to close
down a saloon and a
1
Klocksiem (R-Long Beach) has winery in Zafaria. Long Bench was "dry/ and annexation turned
:
indicated that he might be willing the trick.

About 40 nations are now tied
together by interlocking security
arangements- a t ' the moment,
Dulles told the American Association for the United Nations.
"""We may 'be going through the
back door to reach security but
as long as we come out at the
right place it doesn't matter," he
said.
"In the long run, the U. N.
must prevail," Dulles added. "I
In the first en masse soassure you .that your governlicitation of business firms
ment, under President EisenBy MEKREYIAN SMITH
ever held, 60 w o m e n in
hower, is dedicated as far as it
American -Red Cross volunWASHINGTON— ( U P ) . is concerned to achieve that
teer uniforms .will march'into
President Eisenhower re- goal."
Dulles told the association,
the' downtown business disturned to Washington Sun- which is composed of organiza1920 the name Zalaria was abandoned and, in a communitytrict this morning, seekingito accept modifications of his wideIncelebration,
-day night, prepared to reas- tions which*seek to advance the
the area adopted the name East Long Beach.
:
no more than
N.. that the Administration
funds for the 1953 campaign. four tables permit
sume the rigorous duties of U.
in an establishment.
has faith and hope in the United
Samuel Leddel, chairman of Di- He says he is aiming at big com- MY REMARKS the other day about the penny with the ad on'
government after four relax- Nations Organization.
vision 9, and in charge of the mercial draw poker palaces.
i
ing days of golf at Augusta, Speaking extemporaneously at
the back brought this response from one reader of this pillar:
the opening session of the third
downtown . solicitation, u r g e d The same judiciary committee
"Quit worrying about what's happening to the penny. Right
Georgia.
conference of the assomanagers of downtown firms to has on its agenda a bill providing now it looks like the usefulness, if not the life, of the nickel is
Mr. Eisenhower was tanned national
S1000 fine or a year in jail for at' end.
ciation, Dulles said that the
nd.
have their checks ready so as to aunprovoked
.and looked rested as he stepped American .people have undergone
attacks on news pho"For a long time now the nickel has. be<Si inadequate for
speed
the
collection,
which
will
tographers and reporters doing street-car • and bus fares; it won't buy a cup of coffee, a cigar;
from his plant:. Asked if he had two periods of dissillusionment
be from 10 a.m. to noon.
their jobs.
a beer or a newspaper, and it's last stronghold tottered and fell
a nice holiday, the President re- about the U. N. The first, he
said,
was
when
it
failed
to
live
"The quota for gifts from busi- A government reorganization when the telephone company put the 10-cent minimum on local
plied: "You bet—wonderful."
up
to
the
high
expectations
of
committee's
recommended
b
i
l
l
phone booth calls.
ness firms and their employes is
Mrs. Eisenhower, who wore a
San Francisco organization
transferring many of th'e house"It has been many years since it would pay the admission
fur neckpiece and corsage, got the
10 per cent higher this year be- keeping
conference
and
the
second
folfunctions
of
the
State
Fithe 'nickelodeon' (movies if you please), and it no longer
off the plane with the President. lowed the initial enthusiasm for
cause the Red Cross has prom- nance Department to a Depart- to
brings the sparkle it once did to the eyes of the small fry.
the U. N. effort to halt Commuised the American people to col- ment of General Services is down
"What America really needs today is a nickel with more
General in Appeal
nist aggression in Korea. At the
lect 2,000,000 extra pints of blood for a hearing; Wednesday.
cents. But how to pound more cents into it—that is the question.
moment, the U. N. is going
Subcommittees
of
the
Senate
STRUCK
IN
THE
BACK,
Carlos
C.
Pavao'finds
help
"Unless some financial wizard can come forth with a solution,
in 1953," Leddel explained.
for Red Cross Fund
through probably its most diffiFinance Committee will start seri- it appears that the nickel, like the buffalo upon it, is headed for
plentiful as ambulance drivers prepare him lor a ride
NEEDS §7 MILLION
AUGUSTA, Ga.—UP». Presi- cult period, Dulles added, .
ous
work
on
Gov.
Warren's
SI,extinction!"
to Community Hospital. He was shot by a neighbor
The Red Cross also must col- 327,000,000 budget. The Assembly
dent Eisenhower appealed .to
FEW WOULD QUIT
following a quarrel over an electric light in a hallway
the nation by television and ralect an a d d i t i o n a l $7,000,000 Ways and Means Committee has



"Today
soms
people
say
let's
THOUSAND Long Beach housewives will neglect the
dio Sunday to support the wind it up," he went on, "that I
between their apartments.—(Staff Photo).
througftout the nation to process set Thursday for further debate SEVERAL
routine
household
chores
today
and
go door-to-door and work
American Red Cross drive -for believe represents a definitely
this extra blood into gamma glob- on the proposed 52 million dollar for a worthwhile cause . . . the annual Red
Cross drive for funds.
funds and blood donations.
operating budget for the Univerulin, he said.
minority
sentiment."
They uon't expect to get contributions from every Long Beach
"This year," said the Presi"Gamma globulin is a miracle sity of California.
Dulles expressed belief that the
home, but they do hope they will be received courteously at
dent, "the Red Cross needs 93 declaration of human rights,
weapon," Leddel said. "It fights
SECRECY BILLS SET
million dollars to do its job. It which was adopted in Paris two
paralysis in polio and measles, Assemblyman Frank Luckel fP^- eachI offorthem.
one don't think that's hoping for too much.
also must collect five million years ago, eventually will have
mumps, scarlet fever and Ger- San Diego) is the author of the
Do you?
pint's of blood—for the armed universal acceptance. At the moman measles. Out of every dollar
services, for civil defense, for ment, he said, he is not sure



we give,'seven cents goes to the anti-governmental secrecy bills
civilian sick and injured—and there is sufficient unity of judgproduction of -gamma globulin." set -to be heard this week.
I'M NO SMARTER than I was last week, but confidently it isn't
Measures
due
for
consideration
lor those most precious civilians ment, education, and religion to
With the exception of certain
bothering me much today.
of all—our children."
Anthony Allegrande, 59, had plenty of time to think firms -which will be solicited by by the Municipal and County GovThe reason is I received quite a few letters from people tellmake possible a commpn- view
ernment
Committee
T
h
u
r
s
d
a
y
ing me not to worry about not knowing that the initials •"JMJ1*
,. t , ^ as to the rights of individuals. about his Saturday night argument with his apartment other divisions, the volunteer
They walked immediately to ..j bGi;eve we are moving to- neighbor, Carlos C. Pavao, 37, because it was a long walk women will'call on every busi- would ban closed meetings of pub- stand for the Holy Family.
'
«
ness establishment b e t w e e n lic bodies and require 24 hour
their automobile, but Mrs. Eisen-|%var[1 a wor]d where there will
"It seems you aren't the only dumb one," Mrs. Helen Weston, '
to the police station.
Ocean Blvd., Seventh St. and Pa- notice of ail meetings. The Gov- 214 Central Ave., Seal Beach, wrote. "My husband and I have
hower- spotted Mrs. Paul T. Car- b<- greater respect for human
ernmental Efficiency and Econ- been church members (and attend regularly) all our lives, and we
roll, turned, walked- over and rights, but this won't come about
The hard'feelings between the cific and American Aves.
omy Committee has on its didn't know. Thanks for informing us."
kissed her. Mrs. Carroll's hus- by a stroke of the pen," he said,
two, Allegrande later reminisced, WILL LEAVE ENVELOPES Wednesday
c a l e n d a r Luckel's
band, an Army lieutenant colonel, "the U. N. is the way we can
"Probably over 50 per cent of the people didn't know," Tcnne
On calling at each-firm, the
began
about
three
months
ago.
measure providing the public rec- Roed of 68 E. Louise St. added. "And I doubt if the Holy Famis the\ President's liaison man carry on a campaign of internawomen
workers
will
collect
the
They bickered about this and; company R i f t and wi]1 a s k ' t h e ords r.ot made private by law ily will hold it against us.
with the Defense Department.
tional understanding."
Several pressing p r o b l e m s He said the United Nations
that, and particularly about the manager to present the cam- shall be open for inspection by
"Ngw we all know, so let's !>e happy again." faced the President as he and has very worthwhile goals but
light in the hallway which sep-,paign need to his employes. They the public during business hours,
Mrs. Eisenhower and members of they cannot be achieved "overA comnrehensive bill on the ONE LETTER writer did an admirable job of defending me
arated thei^apartments at
™.^^F«$«*ffi£££. subject
his White House staff returned to night." He said the Administraof closed meetings sponagainst my critics, concluding the letter by saying:
E. Seventh St.
the capital aboard the Presiden- tion has "faith and hope" in the
iise to return Monday, March 9. sored by, the-Assembly's Interim
- "And P. S. to them:
'
tial plane, the Columbine.
The
women
were
enlisted
for
Pavao's
version
of
what
finally
"What was Stanley's second sentence to Livingston;
Judiciary
Committee
has
not
been
United Nations,
The trip was uneventful. But "The U. N. represents an efthe
1953
campaign,
which
runs
set
down
for
a
hearing.
That's
a
good
question
all
right.
happened about 9 p. m. Saturday
the 36-degree temperature that fort men had as a goal for genMarch 1 to 31, by Mrs.
Just wish he'd enclosed the answer.
:
was this: He wanted the light from
greeted Mr. E i s e n h o w e r at erations," he said. "Sometime it
James Mills, vice chairman of
Addition to Church
out because he ' was watching service groups.
National Airport was a far cry is going to be reached. If it is
Heiress Weds Again
from the .ideal golfing weather he not reached now, it will be betelevision, but when he turned it! "These ladies^ see _ Red Cross Ground has been broken for a
Puerto Rican Aid
t'o the First SAN
CriAKLA/lirj Aivm i ii r,, »ii6"
encountered in Georgia.
JUAN,
Puerto
.Rico—
ue>.
off, he related, Allegrande shot said. ""Businessmen can ask them Orthodoxaddition
cause disaster intervenes and bePresbyterian Church,
The first matter on Mr. Eisen- cause of lack of. hope, faith and
special commission from 'New Islands—UB. Christine Cromwell
him.
what- happens to the money and San Antonio Dr. and Linden' A
hower's busy schedule today is courage."
y/ork- City arrived here Sunday Hoffman, thrice-divorced .Dodge
was"
"taken
to
ComrriuPavao
Ave.,'
Franklin
Johnson,financial
they,
can
answer
from,
first-hand
an 8:30 a. m. legislative, confer- IN SENATE WEDNESDAY
heiress, announced here Sunday
nity Hospital with' a bullet wound experience. None of them re- secretary, has announced, 'Ken- to confer with government of- that
ence with Republican congressh'e and Nightclub Singer
ficials on the problem of helping
in
the
right
side
of
his
back.
But
neth
Wing
is
the
architect
for
the
ceives
a
cent
in
percentage,
fee,
Dulles
is
expected
to
take
a
sional leaders. At noon, he will
Ellis were married in Key
for several .hours no one. knew salary or wages of the money $75,000 expansion. ' The first phase Puerto Rican emigrants adjust Bob
entertain 11 Republican and 10 cautious stand for the AdminiWest, Fla., last Dec. 29...
themselves to New York life. •
will be completed June 1. ,
what had happened to Allegrande.
Democratic House members at stration this week on Senate
About 2:45 a. m. Sunday, the
proposals to limit Federal treaty
/
lunch.
missing man appeared before
The vital Korean question will making-powers through a constiSgt. C. R. Shcpard at'the police
be the subject of a White House tutional amendment. .
station.
conference Tuesday. On tap' will Dulles is scheduled to testify
"I'm sorry I did it," Shepard
be Gen. James A. Van Fleet, re- Wednesday before a Senate Juquoted Allegrande, "but that man
tiring commander of the Eighth diciary Subcommittee and while
has been picking on me."
Army in Korea, and Gen, George there'has been 'no advance indi(


I
t
'
l
l
i1
Where had be been in the
C. Marshall, former Secretary of cation of the line he will take,
meantime?
aides look for him to back away
Defense.
Well, it's along way from 3410
The group will meet for lunch. from the proposals—at least in
AXTHONY ALLEGRANDE
E. Seventh St. to the police staAlso invited are Defense Secre- their present form.
"Sorry" He Shot Neighbor
tion. "I walked and walke'd and
tary Charles E, Wilson, other top The Senate -group ha's heard |
Reg.
walked." A couple of times, he
Pentagon officials, and a group conflicting testimony on two ma- •
$4&$8
related,
he
stopped
at
cafes
for
jor
proposals
which
among
other
of Senators and representatives.
coffee.
These will include Chairman things would restrict the power
' He made it plain he hadn't atLeverctt Saltonstall (R.-Mass.) of of the President to enter into
tempted to escape, but was headthe Senate Armed Services Com- executive agreements with the
• ... well, cut my- Kohinoor if these don't look
mittee, and Sen. Richard B. Rus- United Nations and other inter- SAN FRANCISCO—(U.C) Adlai ed for the police all the time to
give himself up.
sell (D.-Ga.) and Rep. Carl Vin- national organizations. Such an
like something from the crown jewel collection!
son (D.-Ga.), ranking Democrats executive agreement, with Soviet E. Stevenson; defeated Democrat- After the shooting, said AlleRussia and Britain at Yalta ic presidential candidate, arrived grande, he put the gun back in
on the committees.
Such flash—such sparkle to these glamorous Austrian
his room because he had no perVan Fleet is scheduled to go to in wartime 1945 was a Republithe White House just 15 minutes can campaign target .last fall, j Sunday night after a two-hour mit to carry it. Then he started
stones—such fabulous stylings!
| flight from Los Angeles.
after he arrives in Washington.
walking.
Pavao
earlier
had
told
from
his
I
Stevenson
leaves
today
at
4
Post Will Publish
Bracelets,.earrings, pins and necklaces—lavish in
p.-- m. aboard the liner, President hospital bed of his terror-stricken
attempt to escape from his neighLindbergh Life Story
design
. . 'each piece a perfect costume complement!
Wilson for the Orient. •
bor and how he had leaped from
PHILADELPHIA — <#). Ben
'It's a pleasure trip," he told his second story window to a
See them . . . choose several! After all, the regular'
Hibbs, editor of
id Sunday nigM reporters. "I have time to do it ledge, then to the pavement. •
EAST LOS ANGELES— flUSEvening Post, said
Witnesses,
coming
to.
his
aid,
now
between'
jobs.
That
is,
if
I
price tags read $4 to $8—so look at the money
• .
The body of a man identified as the magazine will publish a partold of seeing another man dash
Richard Abajian, 2S, was found tial autobiography of Col. Charles get another job."
from
the
apartment
house
and
He
was
welcomed
at
the
airyou're.saving!
Come
and
be
dazzled!
sprawled on the back doorstep A. Lindbergh, starting Apr. 11. port by a nephew, Air Force Sec-1 run wost on Seventh St., then
Hibbs said the autobiography,
of a hospital Saturday.
on Redondo Ave.
A 12-year-old boy told sheriff s which will be published in book ond Lt. Timothy Ives, who is en > south
Sunday night, Allegrande still
form
in the fall, will be run in route to duty in Korea.
deputies he saw a man about 20
Costume Jewelry, Stree^ Floor
The former Illinois governor;was at the police station—booked
carry, the corpse to the- door, -put 10 installments and will cover lunched
earlier in the day at the;on charges of assault, to commit
it down and then say, "Get a the famed flier's life up to June,
doctor." The boy said the uniden- 1927, right after he flew the At- Racquet Club 'in Palm Springs i murder.
lantic from New York to Paris and chatted briefly with Actor; Pavao still was in Community
tified man then fled.
A coroner's report on cause of, in the monoplane "The Spirit of and Palm Springs Mayor Charles i Hospital with his bullet wound—
in critical condition.
iFarrell.
St. Louis."
death is expected today.

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Ready for
BusyWeek

Hunted in Gun Attack
Suspect, 59, Gives Up

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U. S. to Pay More Attention to Arabs
By JOHN A. SCALI

WASHINGTON—UP). The Eisenhower administration is reported ready to try a new approach
in Middle East policy. It involves
paying more attention .to Arab
countries and less.to Israel.
• Top officials are reported convinced this change is necessary
if the Western bloc is to counter
vastly-increased Russian pressure
in the area.
The new aim will be to treat
all Mid-East countries scrupulously alike and to avoid any
special aid program or privileges
for Israel.
Under the Democratic administration, the United States gave
the infant Jewish Republic, more
financial and technical aid' than
all the -Arab states combined,
A total of $229,516,000 in loans,
grants and credits was extended
to Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Iraq
. and Hashemite Jordan in. - the
last seven years. .
In four years aloae,-Israel was
allotted $276,517,000, much'of it
grants appropriated by Congress.
• Congress, which traditionally
has been partial to Israel, could
possibly upset the'new .policy be, fore-: jt even'-gets started. Sen.
Taft .(R.-Ohio), among' others,
has been an enthusiastic advocate
of aid to Israel in'-the past., •
This .could lead to a clash with
-top:.-administration, officials,,an-

eluding Secretary of State Dulles the whole.region-and not Israelite win over the Arab nations and!

"
• i possibly grab o f f . the 'rich oil
who is known to believe ,the Mid- alone".'
Their 'argument will go some- fields of Iran, Iraq, Saudi Arabia
East was all wrong.
and Kuwait along with the straBut responsible officials believe' thing like this:
• •f
they can persuade -Congress, to Russia has started a -major po- tegic Suez area.
view the Middle East in terms of litical'- and propaganda offensive The best hope: of- thwarting
this .plot is.to put new-drive-into
the West's stalled pl^ns for creating a Middle East-.defense alliance which includes 'most .Arab
nations. '

This will be virtually impossible.as long as'the Arab nations
continue to believe that American
policy will always be heavily,
UNITED ' NATIONS, > N. Y, — granted to • Israel and the Arab pro;Israel. . . ' •
'
group
during
the.last
year.
UP). An Israeli delegation spokesTo prove." this is'false and to
.
One
Israeli
source
here
also
man said Sunday that half- of the
Arab states . to spurn
U. S. funds which .have gone asserted'that..the Arab countries persuade overtures,
it must' be
to Israel were loans'now-being, could have had more money-from Russia's,
necessary to treat -all
paid back with.interest "and^no- the United-States in the past but Eastern
states impartially and -to
body is losing a-cent on them.". that several—notably Syria and 'avoid special
relationships -with
Harry Zindcr. the delegation
Israel. , - ' - . .
-. • • . ' : -.
press officer, said Israeli Ambas- •offers-of Point Four aid.
This does not mean the United
sador Abba Eban has gone : to The. Israeli.delegation still .is States
will be anti-Israeli. Israel's
Washington- from'UV N. sessions, consulting with other delegations; legitimate
needs will receive carehere to pay over $5,600,000-to the here, seeking support for-a fu ful
attention along: with the reSoviet-bloc
Export-Import Bank today..It is ture attack .against
1
quirements-of/Arab
states.
the third payment on loans .pressure on Jews, -widely believed Eventually, after, the
J
amounting to $135 million, in- to be part of its propaganda of- East alliance is a going, •concern
cludes $1,900,000.in interest, and fensive to .win 'over Arab nations Israel will be invited to'join.
brings the total repayment up and':kill a Middle-East defense The-first concrete move in the
:• . - . > ' ' .
to eight •million dollars: Total -project.. . . - . . • . . ;
new-policy;- said
loans .and grants to Israel were There have been no consulta- administration's
these officials, will be to grant
set at.$276;517,000 in lour years. tions \\since -the. ::U. S.. • Senate Egypt
ari-11-million-dollar credit
'-.' The Israeli spokesman., also adopted" a resolution Friday -con- so::it can
buy some Amencanvdesaid that .grant funds from the demning Russian-^persecution of
U. S. for the aid-of refugees in Jewish/and other minorities, 'and fehse-equipment This is intended
the Middle East had been'spurred; calling on President Eisenhower to .maintain internal security, and
renewal of ;hos;,
by-Israel-so that matching funds to: appear; ;to(:theVU.:-;N.-. .for:suit. not-:for possible
, : i;- tilities--with:Israel.
.of.: $50 million, each? had .'teen; able;action..

Israel Spokesman Asserts
Loans Making U. S» Money

LONG BEACH • SANTA ANA
Memo to th« Easter Bunny... you'rs
not due till 'April ,5th—but'why nol| b»,
prepared .with- a glamour, gift! • • ' . - . ' . -


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