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Los Angeles Examiner
Fri., July 12, 1957  5 Sec. 1


CD Takes Part in Alert Today

Mock Attack Due Here at 11:20 a.m.

City, county and state Civil Defense staffs will man posts at 9 a.m. today to participate in the nationwide "Operation Alert" assuming hydrogen and atomic attacks on America's major cities.
There will be no participation by the public, as a silent "yellow alert" is called at that hour, to be followed by an imaginary "Red (take cover) alert" at 11 a.m.
At the moment of the mock attack, 1120 a.m., the CD officials will open sealed envelopes giving them the details of where the bombs supposedly hit in Southern California, and their magnitude.

TASK AHEAD-
From that point on, their staffs will work through to midnight coping - on paper - with the results of such an attack.
It will be assumed that mass evacuation has removed all but 25 per cent of the population, under the national evacuation policy which was disavowed Wednesday by the Los Angeles Cities and County Planning Board as impractical.

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$25,000 Sought

SANTA BARBARA, July 11-County supervisors will apply for $25,000 in Federal funds under the Federal Library Act to buy books and strengthen the rural library services of Santa Barbara county.

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Who's Winning Missile Race? In Sunday Examiner

What is the truth about missiles, Why is the Air Force spending its best brains and a billion dollars a year on them? Who's winning the missile race?
If Russia perfects them first the United States could lose World War III almost before it began.
Jim Bishop, one of America's great reporters, spent weeks gathering facts from official and private sources. The result is the "Showcase" series, "THE MISSILE MYSTERY: WHO'S AHEAD?". dramatically illustrated by Burris Jenkins Jr., beginning next Sunday exclusively in The Examiner. It could be the most important story you have ever read.
Of timely interest to persons prone to put on weight and suffering discomfort therefrom is The Examiner's 6-day diet, geared especially for those hot summer days. The diet avoids lag, drag and fat usually associated with hot weather. Follow "The Vitality Diet for Summer" starting Sunday.
Another fine feature Sunday is "Kim Novak - Close-Up of a Pin-Up," a profile revealing fascinating facets of the life, love and fabulous career of Hollywood's hottest screen sensation.
These and other timely and interesting features highlight this Sunday's BIG Examiner and its four grat magazines: AMERICAN WEEKLY ... PICTORIAL LIVING ... PUCK the COMIC WEEKLY ... and TV-RADIO MAGAZINE, original and best Southland viewing guide featuring complete listings and plots of ALL TV shows and films one full week in advance.

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Los Angeles Examiner
Franklin S. Payne, Publisher
VOL. LIV  FRIDAY, JULY 12.  No. 213

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NEIGHBORHOOD FOILS HOLDUP

Three Sit on Bandit
By TED THACKERY

You just can't beat the plain private citizen...  Walter P. Aley, 19, found that out - the hard way - yesterday.
At gunpoint, he forced Sam Baron to give him $61 from the cash register at Baron's liquor store, Eagle Rock boulevard and Avenue 45.
But he didn't get far with the money.
The whole neighborhood landed on him before he was a block away.
First, Baron shouted for help. Great grandmother Tillie Kessel, 68, heard him Though she is nearly blind, she dropped her mending and rushed after Aley shouting, "Stop, theief"
Aley began to run. 
Next door, Earl Stiner, 60, heard the commotion and saw Mrs. Kessel in close pursuit of the fleeting youth. He joined the chase.

JOINED CHASE-
Down the block, Leslie A. Bates, 45, saw the three runners. He didn't know what it was all about, but decided it must be worthwhile. He started after Aley, too.
Then the neighborhood mailman, M.L. Strick, rounded the corner in front of Aley, who tried to dodge, lost his footing, and was promptly tackled by Stiner. All three men sat on Aley while Mrs. Kessel called the police.
When Officer Richard Doyle arrived to take him into custody, Aley was willing to go quietly. He said he'd had enough.
Asked why he hadn't used his gun on the pursuers, he only shrugged.
"It's just as well you didn't," said Doyle, grinning at his four impromptu helpers, "they would probably have made you swallow it." 
Aley nodded his head gloomily.
"They might at that," he said.  "Doggondest neighborhood I ever saw!"

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"STOP, THIEF!" SHOUTED TILLIE KESSEL
Great-grandmother pointed the way for neighbors.

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-Los Angeles Examiner photo.
Walter P. Aley

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-Los Angeles Examiner photo.
Earl Stiner

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Sunday Events Planned by USO

USO centers will provide a variety of entertainment for servicemen over the week end. 
A bus will leave the USO Catholic Community Service Club, 1106 South Broadway, at 10 a.m. Sunday for an all-day picnic. Visitors to the USO-Jewish Welfare Board Club, 5870 West Olympic, will be taken to a swimming pool party at a private home. Parties, dances and shows are planned at other centers.

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Owner in Jail as House Burns

Robert M. Bjorndahl's home, at 4872 Lynnfield street, burned down yesterday morning. But Bjorndahl wasn't in it.
He had been arrested on suspicion of drunkeness after neighbors complained he was making too much noise - three hours before the fire started.

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Cohen Guilty, to Appeal

Attorney Charges Police Oppression

Gambler Mickey Cohen's plaint that police "roust" him was rejected yesterday by a Municipal Court jury, which held Mickey guilty of delaying traffic through three green lights last May 25.
Judge Harold C. Shepherd, who presided at the two-days trial, promptly fined Mickey $11 with the alternative of two days in jail, but Attorney Charles Hollopeter obtained a 24-hour stay of execution and Mickey said: "I'm certainly going to appeal."
Police charged that Mickey loitered through the lights on Santa Monica boulevard at Western avenue. Attorney Hollopeter told the jury: "With Mickey Cohen it is not a matter of a $2 or a $4 fine. It is a matter of his being rousted and oppressed by the Police Department."
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New Recruit Chief
SAN DIEGO, July 11. (AP)– Col. R. W. Boyd, 43, today becomes chief of staff of the Recruit Training Command at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot.

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Pair Found Shot to Death

VICTORVILLE, July 11-Harold D. Jensen, 38, wealthy Eureka business man, and a young San Gabriel woman he married in Las Vegas Tuesday were found shot to death in Jensen's car three miles south of here today.
Investigators identified the slain bride as the former Barbara Jean Burton, 25, and said Jensen apparently ended her life and his own with a .22 rifle found at his side.
Officers said the car was parked a few feet off Highway 66, and that Mrs. Jensen, shot in the temple, lay half out of the auto. Jensen, also shot in the head, lay at her side.
Investigators reported finding a two-page document, evidently a financial agreement entered by the couple, in the car, and that it mentioned sums of more than $1,000,000.

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Miss Universe Meets Beauties
From Page One

also were on hand, including Mapita Mercado of Puerto Rico, a first day Pageant favorite. 
Still to arrive was the controversial Miss Oregon - Sonja Lndsen, whose 40-inch bust establishes a record for Miss Universe contests.

NEW ARRIVALS-
her right to represent Oregon had been challenged by a rival contestant, who questioned the voting had been on the up-and-up. A circuit judge refused to intervene.
Today's arrivals were: Miss Belgium, Janine Hanotiau, 19; Miss Canada, Gloria Noakes, 18; Miss Caylon, Camellia Perera, 23; Mis Cuba, Maria Rosa Gamio, 19; Miss England, Sonia Hamilton, 23; Miss France, Lisa Simon, 22; Miss Germany, Gerti Daub, 19; Miss Greece, Lee Caravias, 18; Miss Iceland, Bryndis Schram, 19; Miss Israel, Atara Barzely, 18; Miss Morocco, Jacqueline Bonilla, 19; Miss Sweden, Inger Jonsson, 20; Miss Turkey, Guler Sirmen, 17; Miss Alaska, Martha Lehmann, 18.
Domestic beauties and their states are: Helen Garrott, 19, Arkansas; Rosemary Galliotti, 21, Connecticut; Patricia Ann Ellingsworth, 18, Delware; Deanie Cates, 18, Florida; Ruth Lycan, 19, Georgia; Marianne Gaba, 18, Illinois; Pat Dorsett, 23, Indiana; Roberta Aymie, 23, Maine; Sandra Ramsey, 19, Massachusetts; Leona Gage, 21, Maryland; Fay Ray, Miami Beach; Sharon Moore, 19, Michigan; Mary Ford, 18, Minnesota; Lyla Moran, 18, New Hampshire; Patricia Stafford, 18, New Mexico; Sanita Pelkey, 21, New York; Peggy Dennis, 19, North Carolina; Kathryn Gabriel, 20, Ohio; Rosalie Culp, 21, Pennsylvania; Barbara Miller, 19, Philadelphia; Myrna Altieri, 18, Rhode Island; Jean Spotts, 20, South Carolina; Marjorie Link, Vermont; Patricia Jean Bush, 21, Virginia; Ruth Parr, 18, West Virginia and Natalie Lueck, 20, Wisonconsin.

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Prowler Hinted in Schiers Death

Possibility that the death of Mrs. Lillian Schiers, 39, was caused by a prowler was introduced into court yesterday through the testimony of Mrs. Ramona Allen, a neighbor of the Schiers'.
She was a witness called in the defense of Wallace L. Schiers, 34, former Air Force major, accused of the bludgeon murder of his wife last February 12.

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Knight Greets Swedish Chief

Governor Knight yesterday officially welcomed the governor of a province in Sweden who is visiting the United States in the interest of aiding a worldwide drive against alcoholism.
Gov. Ruben Wagnsson of Kalmar Province, Sweden, was accompanied by W. A. Scharffenberg, executive director of the International Commission for the Prevention of Alcoholism.

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Attention, Sales Personnel! Many high paying jobs for experienced help in today's big Examiner Classified.

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Los Angeles Examiner
Fri., July 12, 1957  5 Sec. 1

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"You can't push a man down - you can only pull him down."

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Driver Dies of Injuries

One traffic death was recorded in Los Angeles County yesterday.
Dead:
Mrs. Adrienne Coppersmith, 55, of 10554 Tennessee street, West Los Angeles. 
Mrs. Coppersmith died in Harbor General Hospital of injuries received when her car hit a light standard at Pacific Coast Highway and Crenshaw boulevard. Police said she apparently had gone asleep at the wheel.

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Lecture Tonight by Dr. Mangus

Dr. Arthur Raymond Mangus will lecture on "Family Marriage Impacts on Mental Health" in the YWCA Building at the University of Southern California tonight at 7:45 o'clock.
Dr. Mangus is teaching a course in marriage adjustment in the USC summer session.

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