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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - March 23, 1959, Long Beach, California                             IKE, MACMILLAN REACH SUMMIT MEET ACCORD EASTER PREVIEW Take a look at the variety of hats the ladies wore Palm Sunday to attend serv- ices at St. Patrick's Cathedral on New York's 5th Ave. Top (from left) are Calhleen Dennceu, wearing velvet flower cloth hat, and Alberta MacDonald, with floral perroque with white organzine petals topped by a white rose. Be- low (from left) are Doris Powell, with light blue felt hat, and Louise McMan, with white straw hat featuring red cloth Wirephoto.) FBI Nabs 12 Angry Search on for Strangler of Camp Fire Girl SPOKANE police force vowed today to find the killer of Candy Rogers, a 9-year-old sons in widely separate seiqc Fjre Gj j whose ravished body was found jn a rminrrw as Contest Racketeers AVA SHIN GTON agents today arrested 12 per- 3-Point Plan to Be Sent to Khrushchev Big 4 Conclave Would Be Held if Ministers Progress By JOHN HIGHTOWER WASHINGTON. dent Eisenhower and British Prime Minister Harold Mac- inillan have proposed that the Western Allies adopt a three- point approach to a summit conference with Soviet Pre- mier Nikita Khrushchev this summer. It was learned today that this was the compromise for- mula agreed on in talks be- tween the two Western lead- ers at Camp David, Md., Sat- urday. Now under discussion by West German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer and French President Charles DeGaulle, t represents a compromise be- tween Macmillan's urgent de- sire to meet Khrushchev un- conditionally and Eisenhow- er's reluctance to meet with- out promise of achievement. The three points are these: 1. The Big Four the United States, Britain, France and open a foreign ministers meet- ing at Geneva May' II; Khrushchev has already sub- stantially agreed to this. The HOM The Southland's Finest Evening Netvspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, MARCH 23, 1959 PRICE 10 CENTS E Vol. 42 30 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 EDITION (Six Editions tions of the country in a crackdown on racketeering in newspaper puzzle contests. FBI Director J. Edgar Hoo- ver said the operation, de- scribed as "a far-flung swin- was conducted across the U. S.-Canadian border through an intricate system for getting puzzle-solutions in advance. This morning, FBI agents picked up four persons in Ore gpn, three in Michigan, two in Pennsylvania and one each in Indiana and Wisconsin. SHORTLY after noon, a 12th arrest was made at Mi ami, Luther Dar- ling, 35-year-old Minneapolis dance studio operator and a contest winner of last No- vember. All those arrested were charged with conspiracy to violate the federal mail fraud, and fraud by wire statutes. The same charges were lodged against two other men who are now in Ontario Prov- ince, Canada. Officials said they will have to determine whether those two can be ex- tradited for trial in this coun- try- THE NEW YORK CITY features syndicates which were victimized in the racket along with individual Ameri cart newspapers, are Genera Features tures. The operation under which the racekteers fixed the out- come of crossword puzzle contests, Hoover said, per- (Continued Page A-4, Col. 6) clump of woods after a 16-day search. Hypo Mark Is Clue fo Girl BURBANK pos- sible hypodermic needle mark furnished a clue today to the mysterious death of a 16-year- old hride whose body was found sprawled on a hospital lawn. Police said the tiny mark was found on Ihe right arm of Mrs. Brenda Emerson, Bev- erly Hills housewife, whose lusband and wealthy parents refused to talk about the jaffling case. A coroner's autopsy sur- geon said he was unable to determine immediately the na- ture of the needle mark. Dr. Harold Kade said the "We'll put every available man on the case and keep them there until the thing is said Police Chief Clifford Payne, himself the father of a daughter the same age as Candy. 'We know what we looking for now. We're looking for a maniac." He said it appeared the child had been picked up on a street corner, raped, stran- gled with a piece of her own slip, then buried under a pile of brush miles from all within a few hours 17 days ago. NEVER BEFORE has Spo- kane or its 230-man police force been so stirred by case of a pretty fourth grader who simply vanished March 16 while sell- ing Camp Fire mints door to door near her home. 'oreign ministers should reach agreements on the widest pos- sible range of German and re- lated .problems, fry to nar- row Soviet-West differences and prepare proposals for a later summit conference. 2. The heads of government should hold their meeting when justified by the work of the foreign ministers. 3. The foreign ministers therefore would have the re- sponsibility of determining the time, place, and subject mat- ter of the summit conference. The proposal covering these points was drafted by Mac- inillan and Eisenhower for in- clusion in Western notes now expected to go to Moscow later this week. Khrushchev ias been pressing for a sum- Continued Page A-4, Col. 8) 3 SISTERS BECOME MOTHERS SAME DAY Identical twins Mrs. Glen Brock (left) and Mrs. Merrill L Anglesey 19, gave birth to daughters 19 minutes apart in St. Mark's Hospital, Salt Lake City, Sunday. Just 67 minutes earlier their older sister, Mrs. Kirt J. Lamb 21, had given birth to a daughter. The babies, first for each of the women, were delivered by the same obstetrician. See story in Your World on Press Wireph'oto.) Twins Born Tibet Fighting Over, Nehru Tells SoSons Gef Prison West Nevada Hit by Heavy Earthquake RENO heavy, rolling and Superior Fea- Two Teeners Fleeing Police Die in Crash LOS ANGELES Two youths were killed Sunday night when a car jammed with teenagers overturned as police pursued it at 90 m.p.h. The auto flipped end over end when it struck a curbing on the outbound lanes of the San Bernardino Freeway near the Del Mar off ramp. It hurtled onto the Pacific Elec- tric right-of-way, totally de- molished. Killed were Frank Zara- gosa, 18, and John Salsameda, 16. Injured were Fernando Far- bia, 18; Charlotte Marino, 15; post mortem failed to find any cause of death, and chemical tests were begun to determine if she died from an overdose of narcotics. "SHE WAS a perfectly healthy 16-year-old girl, and we are unable at this time to say what she died the surgeon said. The neatly dressed body of the young wife was found on the lawn of St. Joseph's Hos- pital Saturday night after an unidentified man telephoned and said: "There's a body lying out on your lawn. A black sedan just drove off real fast." 4 4 U A PRELIMINARY autopsy failed to determine the cause o' death, although it was re- Police found six boxes of earthquake hit a wide area A Wilmington couple, whose twin sons were born addicted to heroin, were im- prisoned today by Superior Court Judge Maurice C. Spar- ling on narcotics possession charges. Bobbie Jean Crosby, 30, of 527 Neptune Ave., drew a 2 to-20 year term in the Slate Institution for Women a Corona; due to a prior nar colics offense. Her husband, 'Powell, 34 was sentenced lo l-to-10 years, with hospitalization a Vacaville recommended. mints scattered near a bridge in the 12 hours that followed the disappearance, then ran into a blank wall despite some 750 tips from substan- tial citizens, skid-row bums and even tea-leaf readers. Three searchers in an Air Force helicopter were killed in a crash. THOUSANDS OF volun- teers searched the canyon be- low Candy's home, covered the banks of the canyon's Spokane's River, checked ga- rages, old cars apologies of reputable residents. They found nothing, and vealed found a autopsy surgeons small mark on. the inner part of her right arm which might have been made by a hypodermic needle. Detective Lt. E. J. Vander- jrift said that when he and another detective went to the nearby West Los Angeles (Continued Page A-5, Col. 2) television appeals by Catho l.ic and Episcopal bishops alike (Continued on Pg. A-5, Col. 3) of western Nevada Sunday night but police said there was no report of damage. j The temblor registered strong enough on the Uni- versity of California's seismo- graph at Berkeley to have caused damage in the immedi- ate area. It struck at 11 p.m. and continued to register un- til p.m. Seismologist Dr. Don Toch- er of Berkeley said a prelim- inary survey of recordings in- dicated the quake centered 340 miles northeast of the university in a remote region between Winnemucca, Nov. and the Idaho border. The quake registered 6.75 on the Richter scale on which the Sanfrancisco disaster of 1906 registered 8.25. and three Josephine, sisters, Mary 14, 16, and Gloria Chavez, 17. All are from Los Missing Overnight, Boy, 5, Found Safe OROVILLE (m Willie May, 5, was found uninjured but cold and hungry Sunday after he spent a night wan- dering in canyons near Ster- ling, 25 miles north of Oro- ville. He vanished while playing in the yard of his home and Angeles or East Los Angeles, was found a half mile away, WHERE TO FIND IT Two 16-year-old girls who escaped from a reformatory and kidnaped a hefty farmer have been captured. Page A-3. THE PAIR admitted tha their heroin habit cost them a day, which Crosb) nelped finance by cashinj worthless checks. Probation investigators sail the Crosby twins sufferei withdrawal symptoms afte last Sept. 2, and r quired medical treatment. Crosby was arrested Jan. with George Kozaites, 30, the latter's home at 1637 W Esther St. His wife was ap prehended the next- day. Crosby tried to hide th evidence of swallowing a gram of heroin. Officers feared was a fatal dose, and had hi stomach pumped. Judge Sparling granted Ko zaites four-year probatio: with the first two months be spent in county jail. CANDY ROGERS Victim of Fiend Beach B-l. Hal A-I1. A-ll. C-5 to 9. B-6, 7. A-8. Death B-2. A-10. B-3. Shipping A-8. C-1, 2, 3, 4. A-6. Tides, TV, C-10. A-II. B-4, 5. Your A-2, Canoeist Dies; Wife Rescued WATERTOWN, Mass. IK member of a canoe clu drowned and his wife, expec ing their third child, was re cued when wind and curren swept their canoe over five-foot waterfall on th Charles River Sunday. The victim, William E Welch, 35, of B r o o k 1 i n drowned trying to save h wife, Elice, 30. Watching the tragedy fro shore were Welch's mothe Mrs. Patrick R. Welch, an his two children, Maggie, and Gerard, 1, NFAV DELHI Minister Nehru toda; id fighting apparently has subsided in the Tibeta ipital and the Indian government has no intention o tervening in the revolt against Chinese Communis rule. "Apparently the situatio in Lhasa has somewhat quie ened the Indian prim minister reported. Nehru lold Parliament has no reliable informatio n the fale of Ihe Dalai Lam .bet's 23-year-old spiritu nd political leader. He addi iat he could only hope as safe. 3last Hits Wine, Nine Men Killed ROBB1NS, Tenn. An xplosion shattered a small oal mine near here today, odies of four men were re- overed soon after the blast, ive other men were believed ead. Sheriff D. E. Rosser identi- led the victims as Oscar Vest of Oneida, the mine iperator; Hubert Phillips, El- ner Phillips and Bernarc Yancey. The sheriff said it was doubtful any of the other five men in them ine survived. First reports attributed th explosion to a gas pocket in the mine. The nine men were said to be the total work force in the mine at the time of th rime minister, will seek more and continuous U.S. economic and military as- sistance for Jordan. Hussein will lunch with Eisenhower at the White House Tuesday and call on the President again Wednes- day. Weather- Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday but mostly sunny Tuesday. Slightly warmer Tuesday after- noon. Maximum tem- perature by noon today: 69.   

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