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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - May 23, 1959, Long Beach, California Ike Croup Urges Huge School Outlay Advisers Ask Doubling of Present Cost Report Science, Entire System in Need of Boost By FRANK CAREY WASHINGTON A jacking up of the entire Amer- ican educational, system, with new emphasis on science, was urged by the White House to- day to help maintain the se- curity of the free world. Proposed financial outlay by the nation: at least 30 bil- lion dollars a double the present annual expendi- ture for education. 'The call was made by Presi- dent Eisenhower's Science Advisory Committee in report entitlec "Education for the Age ol Science." It was made public an aproving statement by Eisenhower. 4 t SPECIFIC recommenda- tions ranged from one urging do-it-yourself science experi- ments in the home by students after school hours to a sug- gestion for caravans ol is, mobile mu- seums transported by trailer trucks to bring the story ol science to the hinterlands. In advocating new stress on science, the committee said: "We emphasize that we are .not 'urging that other fields of .intellectual importance be reduced or diminished, bu only that a proper balance be maintained in our educationa offerings. We fear that in the past there has been inade- quate emphasis on mathe matics and science." EISENHOWER'S statemen said: '-'This report makes cleai that the strengthening of sci ence and engineering educa (Continued Page A-3, Col. 6) PLANE SEIZED AT MIAMI U. S. Accuses 12 of Gun-Running Snow Falls in N. Calif. Colorado By United Inlernatkmal Midwesterners redonnec winter clothing today in th faqe of a new cold front tha temperatures 10 to degrees and brought up to 1' inches of snow to the Colo rado and California moun tains. The cool air ended a weel of heat and humidity in th' Great Lakes area. Chicago re ported an early-morning tern perature 25 degrees belov of 24 hours before. A 14-inch snowfall was re ported in Creek Can yon near Denver, Colo., wit! another 10 inches blanket! Nederland, high in the Colo- rado Rockies. LIGHT SHOWERS turned to snow in California's Sierra Nevada and six inches of win- tery whiteness was reported at Echo Summit. High .winds Friday night damaged buildings and downed power lines in Miami County, Ha., and two tor- nadoes skipped across the Texas Plains earlier in the day. A twister struck 30 miles from Lubbock, Tex., and an- other funnel cloud was spot- ted near Electra, in north central Texas. Neither did any damage, fc t HEAVY thunderstorms ta- pered off Friday night, with Baton Rough, La., reporting the heaviest amount of .72 inch. Earlier, 7.45 inches fell on Paducah, Tex., and inches hit Addison, Ky., both amounts falling in a 24-hour period. MIAMt POLICEMAN JOSEPH (above) is questioned as one of leaders of purported gun run- ners seized in Miami Friday. Virginia Bland (below) is shown in the custody of federal matron after she was captured with 11 men and a plane loaded with arms MIAMI, Fla. pretty woman flier and 11 men were accused by the government today of plotting to export war materials illegally after agents pounced on an arms- laden plane. The four-engine 'C74 was reported bound for the Do- minican Republic to arm foes of Cuban Premier Fidel Cas- ro. Fulgencio Batista, ousted jy Castro last New Year Eve, s'in exile at the Dominican capital, Cuidad Trujillo. Thirteen persons in all, in- cluding the Dominican repub- lic's consul at Miami, were arrested Friday and placed in jond. CHARGED ALSO with con- spiring to bribe a federaloffi- cer were Consul Augusta Fer- rando; Joseph Liquori, 29- year-old Miami policeman, and Leonard Trenio, 35, a auilding materials dealer from Newark, N. J. The plane, cart- (Contimied Page A-3, Col. 5) WHERE TO FIND IT A-4, 5. B-4 to II. 8-2. B-12. Death A-8. A-2. Shipping A-3. 7. B-X Tides, TV, B-12. RESIDENTS of the area in which the boy was killed said a pack of 7 to 10 dogs had been seen in the neighborhood recently and their presence had been reported to the Ani- mal Protective Assn. The boy walked out of his ihome and Mrs. Draper, un- REDLANDS 400- able to find him, telephoned member senior class, of Red- the Jones home to inquire if lands High School is being he had gone there, as he often disciplined because ;of liquor-jdid. Jones heard from a neigh- drinking at the annua] Honorlbor that-a pack of dogs was Day picnic. Senior Class Punished for Picnic Liquor HOME The Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., SATURDAY, MAY 23, 1959 20 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 Vol. LXXIl-No. 95 PBICE10CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) FOUR MINISTERS EYE SECRET SESSIONS Vicious Pack of Dogs Kills Child in Lot Animals Attack Neighbor Trying to Rescue Victim ST. LOUIS Iff) A pack of vicious dogs attacked and milled a -year-old boy in a vacant lot near his home in suburban Hazelwood today. The child was Mark D. Draper, son of Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Draper. A neighbor, Melvern Jones Sr., beat the dogs off with a club. He was atacked by the leader of the pack, but was able to pick up the child's mangled body. St: Louis' County and Hazelwood police armed with riot guns quickly assembled and started a search for. the dogs which fled into wooded area.
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