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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 8, 1959, Long Beach, California                             BUS CRASH-FIRE KILLS 16, HURTS Ouster Move on Slows Down Dismissal Plan May Be Delayed for 12 Months HOME The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, JUNE 8, 1959 Vol. 108 30 PAGES PRICE 10 CENTS CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) The ouster move against City Manager Sam. E. Vick- ers probably will nol mater- ialize Tuesday and may he delayed for al least a year, j City Hall sources said today. One city councilman, pre- viously inclined towards a change in city administration, said off the record: "It won't happen until afler Ihe next city election." The municipal primary is set for next May and the final election for June, Mail Cargo Delivered by Missile Messages to in Payload Fired From Submarine WED TO ANOTHER WOMAN Rocket Ship Quads' jn Has Troublespree Flight families JACKSONVILLE, Fla. The Navy today made the [first successful delivery ol ALTHOUGH a n t i-VickersjU. S. mail by a guided mis- councilmcn were not Tnc mjssiie Was fired the number committed to a submiirine at SM lo adopting a resolution of chs- missal was reported to have lllc Navy s auxiliary air dwindlcd to three. Five arc'tion at May-port, Ha., al the necessary for removal. jmoulh of the St. Johns River! One other councilman, Jacksonville. viously considered an aiili-j Posirauslcr Gencra, Vickers vote, said he Sllmmerfield annouilced no part of the movement now.-Jhe succcssfu, dcU at a ami hasnt been invited to re, confer_ cent meetings of that faclion. refr "mors prevalent at the City Tuesdays Counci r i missile was not disclosed will be the second after the _. _______ traveled by submission of posed annual Vickers' pro- city budget, which some councilmen had said would be the signal for the ouster attempt to bre-jk into Ihe open. iThe Navy would say only that the 36-foot missile was fired Ifrom international waters off the coast meaning more than three miles out. The Navy in Washington, jhowever, es lima led the 'straight line distance at about 100 miles. THE CARGO of let- ters included one addressed to President Eisenhower. Other messages in the car- go, all from Postmaster Gen- eral Summerfield, were for DAVIS, Calif. lhe Cabinclp ma and Nevada police of justices hunting a mystery story of ,he Supreme court, the writer's 19-year-old of aM American who disappeared after apd territories? and thc' mg a Nevada gambling postrnaslers general of the 99J casino, saying she had lo get natjons whjch are mem.' u lbors of the Universal Postal Linda J. Millar, a more at the .University of, California branch in was last seen the night ofj May 30-31 leaving a casino Missing Girl Sought; Kin of Authors Craft Cut Loose From B52, Glides to Perfect Landing By JAMES ALLEN Military Editor THE REV. VINCENT J. NEVULUS stoops amid charred wreckage to administer last rites to Mexican farm laborers who were killed when a bus, fashioned from a truck, crashed into a tree near Phoenix and Wirephoto.) EDWARDS AIR FORCL. __ __....._ BASE-AmericatookagiantiyASKS DEBT CEILING RISE step toward manned flight here today as test piloti Scolt Crossficld sel the X15 rocket ship down after a four- minute, free flight. The black, stubby winged craft, which is destined to take man to the fringes of outer space, was cut lonse Farm Labor Ike Calls for vQIIICI I !llj Arizona Tree WASHINGTON Eisenhower asked from its B52 mother ship today to pay higher interest on savings 38.000 feet, 10 miles west of bonds and othcr ]ong.tcnll government obligations and to borrow more money than present law allows. here. For more than two minutes, newsmen gathered on a knoll Tlie higher interest rate near the landing strip sparked quick ID emocratic opposition in Shof Rogers Dry Lake could see' only the chase plane as they and Sen- BarrVi attempted to follow the (K-Ariz) to the plan for a higher na-'lf I I 1C brought the tional debt 'MI'O L-. CROSSFIELD X15 down in a lazy S while Eisenhower, in a special: he tested the craft's controls-messaSe' proposed to Con-j 'for Ihe first time. The .North American Aviation shijy the present 'suddenly became visible injper cem lnterest ceiling rate ithe clear, blue sky as savinBS bonds. The Treas- field made a glide turn his landing. Coming in on his final approach, Crossfield said over the radio: TOLD HER HUSBAND had just fathered quadruplets by another woman, Mrs. Grace Bravata faints into the arms of a newsman at her Photo.) Lake Tahoe. "I've got tc hike s of Mr. and The missile was fired at a.m. and landed safefy at a.m., the department said. Assembly Hits Revise of Budget announccd at the same time that if Congress ap- proves, it will boost the rate S to 3% per cent on all savings PHOENIX farm laborers were killed and 32 others were injured when !a crudely fashioned bus crashed into a tree and ex- ploded near Phoenix today. The highway patrol, which had difficulty determining the number of charred and cre- mated bodies in the twisted wreckage, listed these figures PITTSBURGH wom- an official, but said there may [bonds sold after June 1. i The E small The auxiliary power units h are working real wet wisrJto the smal, invest often I could do a barrel roll." an entertainer who faced death daily holding targets in a trick shooting act was acci- dentally shot to death Sun- day by a 9-year-old boy who ibe more dead. All the victims were Mexi- can nationals. Many of the injured were reported in serious condition with burns and broken bones. The E small de- came to see her perform. The shot rang out against through payroll the background of a frontier THE HIGHWAY PATROL quoted the driver, Nato Man- uel Gloria Jr., as saying he EAST ORANGE, of __ _ Ciro Bravata s quadruplets. d craft. and their mother are doing He referred to the cost tne same at the Pittsburgh Bi-idozed at the'wheel. Gloria ment which operates the but wM1 earljer centennial Exposition in Pointjsaid he had been feeling America's first to provide the extra profit. fine in East Orange General Hospital. CROSSFIELD brought the' maturity date on bonds isold before June 1 will be the Park and ended the life of.sleepy and was going to stop same but will bring X15 in for its landing al aniprofit But the proud papa admits! estimated speed of nearly, "I've got 200 miles per hour. The plane THE H BONDS, IN I OrK L-lty. t pH met nrinr t n fmir-h. SACRAMENTO Thej Bravata became the father, 08cm-led tnuch- of Sun Valley, Calif. The youth, who thought he was playing with a stage the big hegan to run but was which the daughter I the daughter Mrs. dramatic sight. Assembly voted 61-6 today to of a g'rl SUMMERFIELD said it was! reject Senate changes in boys Sat- (Continued Page A-4, Col. 5) at an intersection 100 yards ahead to turn the driving over to his assistant. The driver escaped serious injury. The workers were en route from a labor office at Mesa, Millar of Santa Barbara. Both! He reported the wheeled her parents write a Perfect land- stories, her father under the! on tlle trailing a pen name John Ross Me-! parachute to slow it down. Donald and the mother as' Tlie weight of the payload'just (he differences. Margaret Millar. !was rot immediately The Senate added mil- s' i .closed but Summerfield said THE GIRL bad been due to: postal workers were ready for sign in at the campus at 2 it. he admitted he iwas married to another wom-j Q an and had two children Pushing wm_o i i r TI iiuiii rt juuui uuict: tu mtsa, bought at face value, will still halted h" fathcr' The V1C" Ariz., to the garlic fields at mature in 10 years. But husband Frank, 40, semi-annual interest pay- ments will be higher. 2. Wipe out the present per cent limit on interest for stunned by the shooting, rushed over and slapped the boy, shouting, "You shot my Tolleson, west of Phoenix. the budget' to BUT BRAVATA, 39-year-; i. It disagreed with Ihe'old railroad freight state budget. Thc big 1959-60 spending bill was sent to a two-house "Oh, he's a fine conference committee to ad-'moaned Bravata's wife, Grace, J3S, as she lay in bed under sedation after hearing _ lion dollars to the S' t patrolmen said the head-on a m ey unloaded the By JOHN HIGHTOWF.R doHaVs To WHERE TO FIND IT -BM She had driven to Stateline' processed it and sped it onj Assembly on items involving sa.d the quads' mother, Louise! GENEVA W-The Dig and boost the temporary limit; J T' 'the highway patrol, Univcr-3 Bravata, knew all Four conference wcnt 288 to 295 billion. Resembling a couple of; F-lmer Charbeneau, who along he was married. k f H a f Castro rebels, two Los An- llvcs near the scene, said the suy o, campus be hap am d s, n men complete explosion awakened him. sites, State Disaster Bravata said, but as for Westcrn saicl these sf are walk to Mexico; and additional psychiatric Grace: agreement on a summit con- necessary for successful man- City. Story on Page A-7. I IT SOUNDED like a loud technicians for state mental "I have no desire to talk ferencc lagement of thc public debt. !clap of lnLlnclcr. hc said- "I hospitals. to her. I never did. She's been Forci ministers of ,neinOw al a record 286 billion Beach Combing-Page B-I ran to thc window and saw jgivmg me a hard time since united States. Britain dollars. j Hal A-ll the first day I married me( Russia-s: Both House Speaker Sam A-ll Bravata said his lawyer, a town at the lake, with way. young men from nearby Woodland-Tom Hudson, MALES dairy worker, THE TRUCK, which had been converted into a bus a with sides and a top, left easury bonds which run; Baseline Rd., a main'suburban ;..ve years or more to ma-j THE EXPOSITION, crowd- thoroughfarc just south of tne itunty. There is no limit with Sunday vustors, took Phoonix city plowed as.through a ditch and smashed thc permanent debt! (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4) jinto a tree. ceiling from the current billion dollars to 288 billion! WHERE TO FIND IT Resembling a couple and Frank' power company Cortijo, a employe. Both told Sheriff's Lt. James Gorman the girl was worried she could not get hack to her dormitory by the deadline. Weather- Low clouds late to- i night and early Tuesday, but mostly sunny. Little change in temperature. Marriage Bureau Closes Its Doors W O L V E R HAMPTON, England (UPI) A matri- monial bureau which open- ed here five months ago flames spread over the entire bed of the bus. Then I heard Andrci A' and Demo-. Classified-Page C-4 to C-9 screaming. Jesse Unruh Caponl of New.York. h eadquarters here in I a t erratic Senate Leader Lyndon Comics-Page B-6, 7 "I ran outside. By the time cu 11VK 1MU....., (D-Los chairman of "has got the case" and that a B. Johnson of Tcxa; cx. shut its doors Monday and jlhe Ways and Means Commit- the two planned to confer to- conference among pressed doubt that the in- admitted defeated. Thomas M. Rees (D-Los clav- f s themselves. They were re- lerest rate increase and the All the male applicants jAngeles) and Glenn Coolidge; CAPON! 'ported gloomy about pros debt limit boost could be were young and choosy, an and Sens. James Sunday that pcots for a considered together. .i- r. S lf........ and the mother of.after official said. All the males were widows in the: 40s and 50s. fe- MacBride (D-Ventura) George Lllc "'after a weekend declaration Rayburn and Johnson indi- eir 'Miller Jr. (D-Martinex) and lhc quads had ncver becn by Soviet Premier Khrush-lcatcd they expected no great JRandolph Collier (Continued Page A-4 Col 3) chev that he would not to raising the debt --------------------------------------------------------------------------------any arrangeme nt which ceiling, but that a hike m A-12 A-10 Shipping C-4 C-l, 2, 3 A-6 Tides, TV, C-10 Vital C-4 A-ll UNCLAIMED; WATCH FOR NAMES Kvould "perpetuate the occu- interest rates is a more con-l 13, 14, 15 Are You Missing Heir to Rebate? jpation regime in West question. This seemed to rule Your A-2 got there, most of those who could get out were wan- dering in a nearby field or were stretched out in the ditch. "By the time anyone got there to help, there was noth- ing they could do." The converted truck had only one exit from the bed, a single door at the rear. out the PROP-ROTATING TORRANCE CRAFT TESTED Are you a rightful claim- ant to part of a "Forgotten You might be. There are persons in the Long Beach area who unknowing- ly are "heirs" to an esti- mated total of S200.000. The "Forgotten Fortune" is in federal income tax re- fund checks which never have been claimed. The Internal Revenue Service at Los Angeles has an average of refund checks relumed each year, either because the recipient has moved and left no fir- warding address, or has failed to give a proper ad- dress on his tax return. The IRS officials main- tain files on the "lost" re- cipients for 10 years in the Los Angeles offices tiles bulging with approximately 80.000 names. After 10 years, the file- are transferred to Washing- ton, D.C. A research crew from The Press-Telegram recently combed through the files for the six-year period 1952- 1957. They accumulated names of nearly four thousand persons who have refunds coming ranging from S10 to SI.815 and whose last known addresses were m thc Long Beach area. The "heirs" lived Hermosa Beach to Newport licnch and from Long Beach to Whittier. Beginning Monday, June 15. The Press-Telegram will publish daily lists of names of the "forgetful heirs" as a public service. The list will appear Monday througn Fri- day frir eight weeks. H your name appears in one of the lists, you arc asked lo not telephone the IRS. Instead, write a letter providing enough informa- tion to properly identify yourself as the person to whom a check has been is- sued. The information should include the approximate amount you believe is owed lo you, an old bill or state- ment giving your name ind the address the IRS last heard from you and, if pos- sible, a carbon copy of your return. The Press-Telegram lists also will provide the tax year for which the check was issued. Remember, the lists begin next Monday. Watch for your name. Western position in the Red- encircled city. Some diplo- mats thought it would not necessarily bar an under- standing that Russia would refrain from any threat or use of force to try to squeeze the Western powers out of Berlin. KHRUSHCHEV SAID in Budapest before returning to Moscow that East-West ac- j cords "undoubtedly will be reached at Ihe summit" even no agreement is achieved by the foreign ministers. The Russian premier dis- I played confidence a summit 'meeting will materialize by advising Ihe governments of Page Col. 1) Plane Acts Like "Copter, Isn't TORRANCE air- plane with a fan on each wingtip takes off and lands like a helicopter and flies horizontally. Its successful test flights for the Army were dis- closed by Doak Aircraft Co. of Torrance, Sunday. THE CRAFT'S ability to combine the maneuvers of a helicopter and a conven- tional plane has been dem- onstrated at the big South- ern California test center, F.dwards Air Force Base. Here's how the Doak 16 works: The ducted fans on the wingtips rotate through 90 degrees. When pointed straight up, they lift the plane with no need for a runway. In the air, the pilot ro- tates the ducts forward and the plane goes into high- speed, horizontal flight. When he wants to land, the pilot rotates the duels back and the craft descends vertically. The first Doak 16 pro- duced has a wingspan of feet, is 32 feet long and 10 feet high. It carries a pilot and observer. THE ARMY is financing the current development be- cause of- its interest in the craft's possibilities for ob- servation and liaison. President Edmond R. Doak of Doak Aircraft, says he believes the plane, with longer range and higher speed than helicopters, will he useful for passenger and freight feeder-line fervice between small cities and major airports.   

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