Press Telegram, June 15, 1959

Press Telegram

June 15, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 15, 1959, Long Beach, California FORGOTTEN FORTUNE Listing of 'Lost Heirs' to U. 5. RebatesBegins Here are the firsl of nearly names The Press- Tclcgrani will publish during the next eight weeks in its quest for heirs to a "forgotten fortune." The mimes are those of persons who lived the Long Beach area and never have claimed fed- eral income tax refund checks due them. A INSTRUCTIONS If your name appears in lociay's list, DO NOT Internal Revenue Service (Refund Dept.) 312 N. Spring St. Los Angeles, Calif. Write a letter provid- ing enough information to properly identify your- self as the person to whom a check has been issued but never de- livered. The information should include the ap- proximate amount you believe is owed to you. your Social Security number, an old bill or statement giving your name and address the IRS last had for you and, if possible, a carbon copy of your return. Also list the year un- der which your name ap- pears here. 98 RESCUED AS BLAZE OCEAN CABLE-LAYING Big 4 Meets in Hope of Compromise Critical Session Follows Parley of.West Allies By JOHN H1GHTOWER GENEVA Foreign ministers of the United Slates, Britain and France met with Andrei A. Gromyko late today in what could be the most critical session of the Big Four conference. ujj Western diplomats said .BACNAT, B.C. T.T., 639 N. lnal unless the Soviet foreign 1952-53 iALVAREZ, Q. M., 758 W. 7th I St., San Pedro. i !ABAD, Juan V., 18337 Amie I Ave., Torrance. ANDERSON, Jack A., 433 7th St., Long Beach. B 1952-53 JBA1.1N, Arlene B., 845 E. 6th St., Long Beach. William E., 4815 N. Adenmor St., Lakewood. 1954 BAKER, Marion D., 131 E. Anaheim St., Long Beach. UREWSTER, R. M., 1330 California Ave., Long Beach. 'BENNETT. Jimmie D., 2071 Sycamore St., Santa Ana. 1955 Mesa Si., San Pedro. BEAVER, R. J. E., 230 Har- bor Hills, Lomita. C 1952-53 CARRALEJA, D. A.. 14.36 Walnut Ave., Long Beach. (Continued Page A-G, Col. 1) MINGLE WITH THOUSANDS Nixons Take Part in Disneyland Fun minister showed readiness to lift the Soviet threat to West Berlin the talks probably would end in a few days without agreement on a sum- mit conference. Many expec- ted, however, that Gromyko would open some road to compromise. THE BIG TOUR met at the villa of l-'rance's Maurice Couve de Murville after an hour-long discussion among the Western ministers. Foreign. Secretary Selwyn Lloyd of Britain returned in early afternoon from consult- ing with Prime Minister Har- old Macmillan in London. He oiu iviacnuiian in Lonaon. lie Acting like a presidential candidate, Vice President was reported to have advo- Richard M. Nixon with his family had "time for every-icated Western caution in try- one" as he smiled his way through a crowd of to adjourn or recess the persons Sunday at dedication ceremonies for some'six now entering its million dollars worth of new Disneyland spectaculars ;sixlh week' TI I Lloyd and Secretary _. The president, his wife, state Christian A. Herler had COMPANION OF SHARK VICTIM TfLLS STORY Dad Kills 2 Tofs and Policeman AUGUSTA. Ga. esirangcd father murdered his two sleeping children and fatally wounded a veteran Augusta patrolman Sunday night. The berserk husband was shot to death by a sur- viving officer in a point-blank exchange of gunfire. .lames Hofer, 34, was found shot to death after he killed his two chidrcn. Hnfer was killed by a police sergeant after Hofer wounded patrol- man ,loe Reynolds, 48. Hofer, apparently intending Pal, and daughters, Julie. 10, and Tricia, 13, watched bob- sleds streak down a towering snow-capped replica of private talk between the Western startegy session and the Big Four huddle. U. S. officials said that if Gromyko came up with no ftress tesratn HOME The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, JUNE 15, 1959 Vol. I 14 PRICE 10 CENTS 'XELKPJIONE HE5-JJ61 28 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5939 EDITION (Six Editions Daily) U. S. Factory Output Hits All-Time High Consumer Incomes and Buying Reach Peak Levels in May WASHINGTON The oday that industrial output advanced again in May to a new all-time high 'I per cent -ibove the pre-recession peak J AMERICANS of early 1957 'picked up were employes of The hoard 'said its of Industrial Production rose e ?6raPh Co- supervising the -w, -s v i i fri ILI.A.-J >J I w I Gerald Lelirer (right) tells two San Diego police officers how his skin-diving companion, Robert Pampcrin, was fatally attacked by Photo.) U1LMIIYKU LtllllU UIJ Will I 11U Matterhorn, sailed beneath new ideas today the'Western powers would expect thc talks the sea in an "atomic" sub- marine, sped through the air as passengers in a sleek monorail and led hour-long parade with Mr. and Mrs. Walt Disney and a host of other celebrities. Despite grueling SG-degrce heat. Nixon grabbed any ex- tended hand and shook it. "Good to see he said to many. "Good luck to he said to most. THE DAY, second day of a three-day vacation in the Southland, began for the vice president when he and his _____o mother, Mrs. Hannah Nixon, kill his estranged wife and. attended thc East Whittier Friends Church morning serv- ices. At noon Mr. and Mrs. Disney hosted the Nixon fam- (Continued Page A-3, Col. 2) to go on for probably two! more meetings in a search for 'an agreeable formula for breaking off negotiations. children, broke into the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Bailey, his wife's parents. V :l ARMED WITH two .38-cal- ibcr pistols he crept upstairs .in the Bailey home to the, bedroom where his wife and children were sleeping. He opened fire with both pistols and killed the children. His wife managed to dash out of [he room and escaped in- jury. Two summoned policemen entered the darkened house and went up to the second floor. Hofer met them with his gun ready. Reynolds and Hofer exchanged shots. Hofer fell to the floor. WESTERN still talked of some compro-j mise which would lift the im- mediate Soviet threat lo West Berlin and shelve the Rus- sians' proposed new one-year time limit on the Western oc- cupation. Diplomatic sources in Mos- cow said they believed Pre-t mier Nikita Khrushchev and, the Soviet Communist Party presidium were drafting new instructions for Gromyko. One diplomatic source pre Wife Sees Shark Kill Bomb Kills Skindiver at La Jollaj? Dancer, Injures 20 12 Perish in 2 Calif. Crashes MOJAVE head-on collision of two automobiles dieted that the Geneva con-Ion a straight desert highway ference would end in an mcnt preserving the lierlin r "status quo with face savers' on both sides." Watch PEane Plunge Into Pacific OUDiilH, "111, a Unable to land on the beach because of the danger al thc Nava, to bathers, a young pilot set his crippled plane down ll-in II------------- r. .1 f f six persons Sunday. jFive were members of a family. Killed were Thornton W. LA ,101-I.A 20-foot-long killer sliarki gged an experienced skindiver under water and ed him Sunday off a crowded beach. The victim's wife and best friend witnessed the swift at-i tack on Robert L. Pamperin, 33, of nearby Pacific Beach. Pamperin, the father of two children and an aircraft en- gineer, was diving off the beach at popular La Jolla Cove at the time. The cove was crowded with sunbathers and swimmers. "We were diving off the said thc friend, Gerald PORT AU PRINCE, Mail Crew Saved by Freighter in Atlantic 2 Fall to Make Lifeboats After SOS, but Spotted LONDON crew of 98, including 10 Americans, was rescued 500 miles out in the Atlantic today when fire I swept a British cable-laying ship. The ship, the Ocean Layer, was completing the first tele- phone cable linking the Unit- ed States directly with the European continent. Hours after the rescue by Hamburg-bound German the Ocean the freighter Fiavia, Layer -was stiil burning V THE 10 AMERICANS two points to 152 per cenl of the 1947-49 average. The April index figure was. revised upward from 149 to cabl( _ Among them was Ogden D. Genscmer, 50- Id mayor of Summit, in charge of the opera- tion for A. T. T. The Ocean Layer 150. "Expansion in industrial activity continued in May was cable along (he employment increased Lou'Hrcl France anri .....___ when fierce blaze broke out her engine room. Within and the decrease in unem- ployment was again consider- ably larger than the board said. "Consumer incomes and buying attained new highs and business for plant and equipment out- C'CW 15 minutes after an SOS ask- ing for help, Capt. A. Mac- Pherson Ross reported he had been forced to order the lays in 1959 were revised up- ward." THE INDEX, which meas- ures output of the nation's mines and factories, has ad vanced from a recession low of 12G in April 1958. Its high point before the recession was 146 in February 1957. The same high point had been reached previously in 1956. The board said activity in industries making durable to lifeboats. The casino is operated by a Las Vegas group headed by Clifford Jones, formerly lieu- tenant governor of Nevada. thc friend. Gerald Among thc injured was Po- Lehrcr, 30. "I guess we were ]JCR chief Daniel Beauvoir about 120 feet out when Bob'and his bride. IMay. i >_r i i i IMI i i in 111 r -----1 UPJ-A bomb tossed on moved to a new high in outdoor dance floor of the! international Casino Sunday night killed a Haitian girl and wounded about 20 persons, including five American tour- 1N THE SCRAMBLE, two men were loft aboard the flame-swept hulk. But they .were spotted by lookouts jaboard the Fl.nvia in time and wcrc taken off by small boat. The sea was calm and there was no word that any- body had been injured. Capt. Ross did not report the cause of the fire. The cable being laid is part of a 40-million project under- ists. West, Russia OK Study of High A-Tests GENEVA by A. T. T., and by the government-owned tele- phones services of France and Wesl Germany. Scheduled lo go into serv- ice next fall, the new cable also is intended for service between the United States, and Switzerland, Belgium, i Netherlands, Spain and Italy, The North American tcrmi- United'nal is al Clarenville, Nfld., States, Britain and thc Soviet'which also is thc starting Union agreed today to anoint of another transatlantic yelled, 'Help me.' "I SWAM OVER. I adjusted my mask so I could see under the surf ofl Hermosa Beach Sunday afternoon and nearly drowned before lifeguards freed him from the my nicibK so i Howard, 28, North Edwards, watcr. And I Calif.; his wife, Millie, shark holding Boh saw an enor- their children, Cindy, 5, and months; Subala, "19, S u sa n, Timothy, .the mid-section. There blood all over. in three-power scientific .studyitelephone cable to the British the problem of which was opened in MRS. MADELINE GRAF :high-allitude nuclear exnlo-'1956. The European terminal Chicago, who'is receiving sions- llle n.ew cablc is at of Chicago, who is receiving hospital treatment for body and face cuts, said she saw a flying object with a blue A communique issued ji'terimarch, France, a 50-minute meeting of the was'flame land in the midst, of CAB MIXUP Runs 3 Mi. foChurchfo Be Married cockpit. A crowd of more than 000 jammed the beaches near the Hermosa Beach Pier when the Aeronca two-seater glided jured critically. The California for a dead-stick landing just beyond thc pounding "DID YOU gel Sgt. .Slimier Lewis yelled. "Yes." patrolman Reynolds answered. Lewis said Hofer then leaped (o his feet and shot Reynolds in the l.owis and Hofer fired al hit the watcr. other at point-blank range in thc darkened house. HofcrifiOt hls m.xed up was found dead, Reynolds'Sunclay.ancl nad to rlln lllrec and Proceso B. sailor stationed Ordnance Test on, China Lake. Lonnic Howard, 7, was in- Pamperin's wife, Carolyn. the dancers and explode. Pools of blood doted the nuclear tests suspension con- ference said American, Brit witnessed the tragedy floor after the wound- shore. During the search been taken away. his body, she collapsed and! Otl'er injured Americans was placed under sedation. wno wcrc on a tolir of m'ght The body has not. yet been'spots wcrc expected to be to travel Tuesday. They ish and Soviet scientists willjrope-lo-Arncrica calls, and an- meet in Geneva June 22 lo'olhcr for Amcrica-to-F.urope go into this problem and The Europc-to-Amer- port back to thc conferenceiica section was completed found. "The shark was easily more Hlghwayithan aerc: Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Sa- wounded Personnel Hospital here identified dead as Hofer, his 2-year-old daughter Katherine, and his 4-year-old daughter V i c k i Ann. Reynolds lated died from his wound. Weather- Patcliy early morning fog early Tuesday, but mostly sunny and clear tonight and Tuesday. Not much change in tem- perature. breakers. ]jne 75 an Three Innards were a car ,5n ning toward thc surf from in crossjns a, Holt 01 n r rrriiwnuTii niphi. killing all six OLD LEfCHWORTH, Eng-along the beach when Die ocaipani.s The car driver A passenger in the _ George Webb, 25-yea Angeles electronics M _. -1 mem tuui lung, Lenrer Patrol said Subala s car ap-sajd. "I wasn't able to flo anv-bllr< Mlchl6an

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