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Long Beach Independent (Newspaper) - October 15, 1956, Long Beach, California f FEATURES INDEX B-S r Out Classified Shipping Guide Death Notices t S HE 1 1 No HE I 0 N G B E A C H WEATHER today and some late mentor fefer low Little chance la today Mr 72 Bled lander law M 34 PAGES LONG BEACH 12 CALIF MONDAY OCTOBER 15 1956 VOL HOME Ife SHE Consul Assails Police in Shoplifting Ruckus or Blast Hurts Four Destroys Boat in Harbor Dad 76 Hustles Son off Blazing Cruiser A gasoline explosion started a fire which destroyed cabin cruiser In the harbor Sunday afternoon four of Its five passengers Flames MBS SONJE Hales slips In her shopping bag in Fishing Accidents The bodies of two fishermen who drowned In separate haps washed ashore at Hunting ton Beach Sunday morning The office Identified the victims as Floyd John len 53 Park and Robert D Sweet 63 Alhambra Allen after he fell Into the ocean fishing from the Beach pier deputy coroner Roger S ham said Sweet drowned ft hit outboard motorboat cap- In the breakers just wett of thn city limits Burnham reported The deputy coroner said Allen nnd n friend James Glenn of 950 W St Compton early Sunday began fishing from pier Beach Municipal Shortly before 4 Glenn tald he went back to their car sleep while Allen stayed at the pier to fish About 4 o'clock Mr and Mrs Mover of who were also fishing from thn plnr heard someone In thn water below and hollering for help Because of tho darkness and the fog the Hovers were unable to offer aid When they found Allen's un- attended fishing pole Hover ran to call police Officers found Allen's body at Continued on Page Col 2 SAN FRANCISCO pretty wife of a Yugoslavian vice-consul was free of jail Sunday after police had held her five hours on a shoplifting charge Mrs Sonje a Serb nnd citizen of Yugoslavia was arrested late Saturday b a store detective In the down town J C Penney Co store Sh was released without ball police had consulted with th State Department In Washing ton Yugoslavian Branko denied guilt railed the fair n bad nnd Insisted that under an In agreement pollen had no right to arrest Jier Police Inspector Al said that Mrs had worth of store merchandise Ir her shopping bag Including twi sheets two pairs of men's socks five towels one woman's sweat Dag Aims at Suez Settlement UNITED NATIONS N Y UPl Secretary General Dag undaunted by a Soviet veto will press for a Suez Canal settlement In line with six requirements endorsee by the Security Council and a suggestion from State Dulles Secretary of Ho made that promise late Saturday night after the 11 nation council had unanimously approved the six requirements as arced on by Britain France and Egypt The Soviet veto pre- vented council endorsement ol the London plan as suitably designed to bring about a settlement Tho question stems from nationalisation of thn waterway July 26 The London proposals product of ence In the British capital In Continued on Page Col 4 Smog LOS ANGELES UK Smog was forecast for the Los An- geles Basin today The Air Control Board said no morning burning would be mitted Suez and Dulles It appears that the United Nations conference on the Suei problem is to be a long affair But progress was shown over the weekend when the foreign i Ultra came out of the meeting with a declaration of principals on which all seem to hare agreed There is no clear understanding ol what the toal decision may be But the fact is war has not come about It V should be remembered that the United States petition throughout the controversy has been responsible for averting what seemed to be a real crisis A large portion of the credit for any settlement f that out ol the conference wil go to Secretary of State Dulles It was his trips across the Atlantic and on Eaga r v v Push Sea Hunt for 59 Men SHANNON transatlantic al ner detoured far off Its ourse today to a report of flares In an are where a missing U S mil ary transport plane lave gone down but the al pilot radioed he nothing but the empty sea The were sighted about 635 miles south west of Shannon by the Man Trader a British carg ship The freighter the flare appeared on the horizon a con distance away Th ship added It was proceeding 1 that direction at a speed of 1 knots A Super Constellation of Trans World bound from Newfoundland to non with 20 picked up the menage and detoured to March the cr and five slide fasteners She was released on her own recognizance late Saturda after police contacted Mil Judge James J Welch by telephone This means she must appear In Municipal Court to any complaint against her I and when one Is filed Attorney Thomas C Lynch sail ic was studying the question and awaiting definite word from Washington as to whether she actually enjoys diplomatic Victor Purse deputy chief o protocol for the State Depart nent sold In Washington that does not have Immunity and that the United States has no convention with Yugoslavia said the State ment told San Francisco police that any mch convention would cover only n minor misdemeanor The said an 1881 States con- Continued on Page Col 1 FRUSTRATIONS and Other mental disturbances may one of the causes of cancer Read about this latest medical theory on Page ISRAEL summons Its home as Arab sion mounts on Page DETROIT LIONS dump Rams in pro football thriller See sports section area A Royal Air Force rescue plane also made a swee of the area but found nothing It was thought possible th flares might have droppe by one of the fleet of scare planes which have been comb Ing the eastern Atlantic cvc since the big transport Wednesday with 39 U S Icemen aboard Thn giant rescue went on through the darkness lit maximum effort Weather conditions for search were favorable More than 80 planet scoured the seas and nothing pertaining to thn missing craft By Sunday night every bio area had been covered U S Air Force spokesman sale but he added there was no talk of curtailing the search The search centered of tho northeast coast of an area fixed by the last SO signals heard early Saturday U S Air Force headquarters In Two objects sighted day floating In thn tea off the northwest tip of and described by flight as rafta had not been picked up at dawn Hunday Visibility In thn was re- ported poor A British ship cruised the sea where one of the objects was sighted and reported finding only a decomposed whale No rafts were sighted The missing carried four rafta were sighted The missing men and each equipped with a radio transmitter Crash Kills M Hurts Wife A Long Beach chiropractor was killed Sunday when his car went out of control and rolled iver after a collision with an other vehicle on SL near Rd In Orange County Dr J Zahn 43 of Ave wai dead at Community Hospital at Orange County Highway officers said Zahn wiped a car driven by Mrs Grace Margaret Kennedy 49 f 13525 Trunball St ust west of Rd ear rolled over eral times and ended up In a ditch beside the road wife 51 ered a back Injury The body was taken to Mortuary i turned the Into a charred hulk just after It had been gassed at the Richfield Gasoline Dock 1300 W 8th St about p.m Ruben of told police he had started to pull away from the gas pump when the explosion knocked him to the bottom of the boat He suffered minor bums but did not require medical tion father 1410 76 wno knocked down and suffered broken rib but to help aon to his feet and off the burning boat Mrs 40 was In the cabin and suffered n severe head lacerations when she bumped her head running out Their daughter Mary 10 managed to jump to the pier and was not hurt A friend of thn family Si of Lou WM slightly burned hit leaped Into the water to avoid thn Fire engine companies and 6 put out the fire but were un able to save the which was valued at Marks Wonderful Birthday WASHINGTON dent celebrated a wonderful birthday day by attending church and tening to a surprise band con- cert In his back yard Ills wife his family and the Army Band all teamed up to continue the festivities that be- gan with n nationwide Ike Day salute Saturday Tho anil Flnt drove In Ideal autumn weather to the National Presbyterian Church where they heard n sermon by Or Edward L R Elson and re- thn warm of the congregation While they were gone the Army Band arrived at the White House nnd tuned up for serenade This was a birthday surprise arranged by the White House staff with the tion of Mrs It Is no simple job to hide a band bass drummer and all but strict secrecy was maintained by having the mu take cover In the White House theater until the dent had returned from church As he was going upstairs the iand filed out to the south lawn Then the startled President was greeted by the booming notes if the Happy Birthday song He and Mm nnd their four grandchildren on thd balcony during the remainder of thn concert which Included Thn of a musical reference to the President's birthplace at Tex Later the whole family locked downstairs to pose for pictures on a bench near he rose garden Wins in Spite of Threats UNDAUNTED by telephone threats old Jean Miller receives crown as queen of the Los Fall Festival Sunday from Los Naval Air Station cadet Don no relation Miss Miller received three calls to fix her If she did not draw from the beauty Photo SHERIFFS MEN STAND BY Beauty Contests Winner Guarded By i LOS by two deputy year-old Jean Miller Sunday night was crowned queen of the eighth annual Los Fall Festival Only four hours before tho green-eyed brunette had re- an anonymous telephone call from a threatened to fix her unless she withdrew from the beauty contest When I cct through with you you'll never be able to enter a contest again because I'll ruin the caller said It was the third threatening call Miss Miller had received since entering the contest The others came Oct S and 6 Miss Miller said she did not recognize the voice of the caller whom she judged to be a girl In Sunday's call the girl accused Miss Miller of putting the finger on me by letting reports of the other calls get In the newspapers Boy now I'm really going to fix you the caller said Two deputy sheriffs escorted Miss Miller to and from the Boys Club where the final judging was held She received a great ovation from the 400 persons present when It was announced that she was the queen The four runners-up were Sharon Ann Smith 15 Shaw 17 Gaylon Koontz 15 and Beatrice Salseda 17 teen cirls were entered In the beauty contest contest chairman said he thought the mous caller might have been a girl who was not allowed to enter because she submitted her entry after the deadline We have a pretty good Idea who It Is Briggs said Winds Buffet Florida MIAMI An uncertain shrimp boat Ike overdue on storm built up off the north coast of Cuba Sunday night and mixed with a strong slam the south Florida coast with winds Although the Cuban storm centered 200 miles south of Ml ami showed no characteristics yet of a tropical twister the Weather Bureau said high winds ranging to the north and west of It pounded out considerable damage to the Florida Gold Coast directly at- tributable to the storm were reported but the Coast Guard searched for the ft Gulf trip with two men aboard n on As high winds pounded thi south Florida coast for the fourth straight day the Weather Bureau ordered storm posted from Melbourne Fla southward through the Florida Keys and northward on the Gulf Coast to Fort Myers In a late bulletin the Weather Bureau warned that the future of this storm Is un- certain and all Interests In ida and through the Bahamas should keep In touch with later bulletins Burglars Burglars stole a afe containing In cash nd In from Von's Market 10001 S Paramount Ivd Downey over the week nd Norwalk sheriff's deputies said le thieves cut a hole in the roof of the market and then used a rope to lower themselves Mide The heavy safe which was In le front of the store was rolled to the back and out a door g onto a loading platform In- officers reported From tire prints In oil spots ear the loading dock It the safe was then loaded onto a pickup truck and driven away tho officers said George Houghan 8817 South gate Ave South Gate ered the theft when he arrived at the store early Sunday to deliver milk Charles Maes 3908 market manager told he locked the safe before closing the market at 9 Saturday The burglars disconnected a burglar alarm on the back door and jimmied a padlock on the door to get the safe outside Taken From Cafe Here Burglars who apparently hid Inside the building was closed In bills and change from a strong box at Harold's Cafe 248 W Sunday Harold G Haupt 39 the er told police he discovered the loss about 10 He laid the cafe was locked up at 2 Officers said there was no sign of forced entry The burglars filed a padlock off the strongbox to the money Nuclear Savants Urge Ban Ten Caltech Experts Back Stevenson in H-Bomb Discussion PASADENA nuclear scientists five of them with Oak Ridge and Los Alamos backgrounds Sunday supported Stevenson's proposed ban on H-bomb tests The ten all from California of Technology but at laid In a joint It appean to ut that Mr Stevenson's proposal might be a useful way to get the on the nuclear arms Adlai Speaks Tonight Stevenson will cuss the controversial gen bomb In ft nationally televised over channel 7 tonight at p.m PST originating in cago will alio be carried over radio race out of the deadlock by taking a which would not endanger our The ten lilted na political with copies of their statement but ft or In Loa Angeles had notified on Saturday that Mich ft would be forth coming Signing the were Carl D Anderson Harrison Srown Robert F Christy Jesse VV M Robert V Langmuir Thomas Charles R Matthew Sands John M Teem and rt L Walker The statement predicted that many countries soon will be able to make and The time will toon be upon when even limited c tary action muit Inevitably drive ui Into nuclear war Our people must not be shielded from the grim realities that confront ui They must realize In full the dangers of radio-active fallouts The scientists urged free and open discussion of proposals such as that which has been raised by Mr Stevenson If wa are to extricate ourselves from he vicious circle In which We now find ourselves President the continued has d that he regrets that American government's policy rith respect to the testing of weapons has been made an Issue In this campaign contrary we find it that discussions of ur military strength of our vulnerability and our foreign In relation to lave thus far represented such small proportion of current political discussions Papers Stolen LONDON Monday Yard ordered a search today for a n car with secret U S Air Farce documents In Its trunk The car belongs to an U S Air Force major who Is a test pilot TODAY'S DISH t MATURES ONE Recipe Take a finch of fog and mix In with a few clouds Let sit on front er from dawn to sunset with the heat con- trol set at no higher than 72 Remove from weather re- port garnish heavily with sunshine and njoy the tourist diet while yam Stow or yon We'll be back to loup whea company leaves
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