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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 22, 1959, Long Beach, California                             HUNT BROTHERS WIRED WITH SUICIDE BOMBS TWO QUEENS CROWNED Two statuesque beauties, Joan Schoenfekl 24, and Jody Moriarty, 23, a strawberry blond, were crowned Miss Hollywood and Miss Los An- geles, respectively, in a Burbank beauty contest Sunday. They will compete there next Saturday in a final contest to choose Miss California for the Miss Universe Beauty pageant here in Herter Sees Ike, Sets TV Radio Report Nationwide Talk on Geneva Slated for Tuesday Night WASHINGTON tary of State Christian A. Her- ter today gave President Ei senhower an hour-long report the deadlocked Genevr foreign ministers talks, now recessed until July 13. After the conference Her ter confirmed he will go on nationwide television a n c radio Tuesday night to tel the American people aboul the thus-far futile efforts co reach agreement with tht Russians regarding Berlin anc other problems. Hcrter's 15-minute broad cast starting at 8 p. m. est! by Circuit Judge W. May witl be carried live by a11 lhe' major radio networks and by the NBC and CHS television Life sentences were the maximum possible under networks. ABC-TV will carry the June 14 verdict of guilty with a recommendation ia delayed broadcast at MAXIMUM SENTENCE Four Youths Get Life in Attack on Negro Coed TALLAHASSEE, Fla. four white youth: convicted of raping a Negro coed were handed lifi (Eetestam HOME Pair Sought The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., MONDAY, JUNE 22, 1959 32 PAGES PRICK 10 CENTS TEI.KPHONE HES-MIU Vol. 120 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5y.i9 EDITION Six Editions Daily) in Burglary; 3rd Seized Explosive Hurled During Fracas in Bowling Alley ST. LOUIS, Mo. (UPI) Police hunted warily toda; for two brothers believed t be armed with homemad bombs that might be rigge to explode if the pair wer captured and forced to rais their hands. The brothers, Jame Hecker, 23, and Joseph, 1 were sought for an attempte burglary and bombing of th Store Looted, [hief Flees Seized Police Nab Wife, Hunt Accqmplice in Hill Burglary Ignoring two shotgun lasts, a burglary suspect es- apcd from a sheriff's deputy n Signal Hill early today and luded 20 officers for 20 min- tes before he was recap- urcd. Deputies and police began house-to-house manhunt tirough the business and resi- ential district near Pacific Coast Hwy. and Stanley Ave. nd found the suspect hiding n a flower bed. The suspect, Patrick Henry VlcGraw, 21, made his dash or freedom at a.m., a minutes after he and his vife were found hiding in a garage near .the scene of a narket burglary. DEPUTIES SAID they are on the lookout for an accom- plice, who is believed to have escaped from the market bur- glary in a 1959 hard-top con- vertible. As Paul G. Petredis led the suspect and his 22-year- old wife, Bridgid Mary Mc- Graw, down Pacific Coast Hwy. west of Stanley Ave., McGraw bolted for freedom. Petredis chased him down prison sentences today Walker. of mercy. electric chair would have been automatic if the 1 1 p in Deadly U.S. Debut Bv United Press Inltrnallonal Violent winds and thunder- storms swept the nation's mid-section and drownings scn't'ence or "iVi'mpri" took a heavy toll across thejsonment on conviction of country as summer made itsjrape. The four youths paled as p. m. est. CRASH SCENE Passersby try to comfort Mrs. Charlotte Kosegrant, 56, of Long Beach, as she lies fatally injured at scene of head-on crash at Wirephoto.) Don't Lose Heart- Crash Kills You May Be "Heir1 Woman From L B. St. Louis Arena Bowl in Alley. Police Lt. .Arthur Sullivan lid the brothers were be- lieved to be carrying four dynamite bombs with delayed fuses which could be activated by pieces of string. V- HE SAID the Heckers prob- ably were carrying the ex- plosives in their pockets or strapped to their bodies. State highway patrolmen, city and county police were warned to keep their distance if they cornered the pair be- cause there was a "possibil- (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4) If your name wasn't among the "Forgotten Fortune" jury had returned a verdict of guilty without a recom- mendation of mercy. No white man ever has gone to chair in Flordia or any state for raping a Negro. Herter'said he reported The Press-Telegram last week, take heart. loday, another, week s listing begins and your name could appear at any time since the groupings are not especi- ally alphabetical. More than names of persons who have federal F.isenhower in general terms and that they discussed "just where we are" in efforts to ease East-West tensions. A reporter asked the secre- .tary about prospects for an' 'eventual summit conference TEMECUI.A auto- mobile hit a parked car Sun- income tcx refund checks coming remain to he published. jtlav niBnl; killing four persons In pronouncing sentence the white-haired, 54-year-old jurist told the four he had never imposed less than a debut. A twister ripped through the sentence was pronounced the little town of showed no other trace of Jowa, Sunday night thunderstorms ranged a n from! Under law, parole A 1952-1953 Delivery, Long Reach. n_.i __ Qf (hfi western heads of gov. ALSUP, T.D. R.A., Gcnc.al'AGUlLAR, Henry D., car driven by Mrs. Charlotte near a ranger station here and injuring three others. Plane Crash Kills Calif. Family of 4 CLOUDCROFT, N.M. The Highway Patrol said a into a pine-covered hillside the street and between two rows of buildings, firing twice over the fleeing man's head. Losing sight of Mc- Graw in a tangle of buildings, the. deputy ran back to the sidewalk, handcuffed Mrs. McGraw and radioed for help. 4 FIVE SHERIFF'S cars and four Long Beach police cars answered the call. Searching on foot, Long Beach officer Murray T.. Ma- han and deputy Ken Driskill found McGraw huddling in the flower bed at the rear of 1740 Junipero Ave. McGraw showed officers two hiding places, where they recovered which was stolen less than an hour ear- lier in the burglary of Sur- low's Market, 2499 E. Pacific Coast Hwy. PART OF THE MONEY was in a cigar box hidden in the alcove of a building and the rest was under a tree in plane where McGraw wa.s ernment with Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev. "THAT IS SOMETHING I just don't want to go into at the present Herter re- plied. Then he went on to say that at no time during the six weeks of Geneva talks did the western foreign ministers discuss with Soviet Foreign Minister Andrei A. Gromyko [._ the meeting. Herter flew in Sunday from thc fruitless first round of the. T u i from a lifp ilnc possibility of a summit Texas to the upper "Ie sentence is po.s- Lakes as the new season aftcr six months but rived at p.m. jllfers convicted of rape cus- Tbe tornado tore thr ronf 'omarily serve at least int. lu.uuuu LLM c me iuu. !forr-iPTl mppMnp HP off a erain elevator bpfore considered., 7 ministers meeting, he on   _, r Communist in- company lineman; David Er- vin Beagles, a husky 18-year- old high school senior; Pat- AUTHORITIES fig nek (Gene) Scarborogh, a thc bcs, course for year-old Air Force man. was (0 stand fjrm and Ullie Stoutamire, a pale-faced 16-year-old school dropout. Russia high when thc Geneva con- iference resumes. INSTRUCTIONS If your name appears in today'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 yon and, if possible, a carbon copy of your return. Also give the year un- der which your name ap- pears in the lists. Judge Walker told the four; Washington's view was that ;as he prepared to pronounce .Britain, France and the United S. Williams, Compton. jRosegrant, 2681 Delta Ave., ALLISON, H.D. P.M., 15145 Long Beach, apparently went Faulkner, Compton. B 1052-1953 BALE, Tillie, Long Beach. L. J., S. Palos Verdes, San Pedro. iBAKKR, William A., 1001 Loma Ave., Long Beach. captured. Deputies said they also re- covered a pair of rubber McGraw had BAKER, W.D. O., 2305 dino. .out of control, crossed the 'highway and hit the parked vehicle. Killed were: Mrs. Rosegrant, 56, a clerk, in Los Angeles Superior ICourt. Her 10-year-old grandson, Allen DeOrto, of San Berriar- early today, killing a pilot from Sunnyvale, Calif., and wlllch his family. I Detectives at Lake wood The pilot was identified by'sheriff's Station said McGraw papers in his wallet as Her-told them he came to Long man 0. Jackson, 41. Killed with him were his wife, son and daughter, A Forest Service employe reached the scene shortly aftcr the crash. Archie P. Lemon Ave., Long Beach. BAKER, Lillian G., 252 Tru- Gerald R. Jones, 41, of Ar- man Boyd Beach. Beach from Davenport, Iowa, two months ago after cash- ing worth of forged checks there. A SEARCH of McGraw's Mrs. Nell Cyr, of Arlington. Manor, Longl Injurccj were Wrs Cyr's were pinned in the wreckage. Igme when Icurred. the collision oc- sentence. "You hnve swimmers in droves, and sev- t 'he concessions they could i Britain, France and the United CD A DlfC Cl V Al A D had hit rock bottom MKIV3 TU I AL3VJ U-MK Ray; Mrs. Evelyn BAKER, Mary 11200-A E.jjones, 36, wife of Gerald, and Alamitos, Long Beach. jtheir daughter Kathy, 11. BAILEY, Harry L. Jones and Cyr were work- 1437 Cerritos Ave., on the parked car's en- Beach. BACH, Norman P., 473 toria St., Costa Mesa. C 1952-1953 CARR, Ronald, 15050 Andres y (Continued Page A-6, Col. 1) Die Lewis said the motor was on home at 2428 E. Pacific Coast fire by the time he reachedJHwy. disclosed a closet-dark- the plane. He said he tried to'room and photographic equip- get the man out from behind ment for making false identi- the controls but that his legs fication cards. McGraw told officers he used the phony identification cards to cash the bad checks. McGraw was booked on suspicion of forgery and bur- glary. His wife, who was not directly involved in the bur- glary, Navy Couple, Children in Blaze Lewis said he had removed the man's safety belt when the whole plane suddenly hurst into flames. He told of- ficers he just had time to grab a wallet for the uncon- scious man's hip pocket be fore the flames burned hands and he ran clear. was released so she his could care for the couple's two infant children. offense. It is an offense that offer Russia on Berlin. But eral multiple drownings marred the start of summer. circumstanccs Thc On a farm near T i----- lowa, a lightning bolt killed lhc Rcds' tne prosecuinx (tne u-year- ,ng thcir lmc0mpromismg old You are fortunate.stand do so too that the jury recommended _____________ is horrible and under to to c o u r IJGeneva (0 bargain and .lohn Clifford Pink, 41, Sun day night. Hagerty to Hospital for Surgery WASHINGTON House press secretary James C. Haperty arranged to un- dergo an operation for appcn- dicitis today. The White House an mercy. He asked each of them in turn if they had anything to say before he pronounced sentence. Each said "no sir." AFTERWARD he asked each of the four if they had ever heard of the Supreme Ruler of the universe. When they replied he said he had reference to God. "He is the one to whom you should direct your ap peal. He may offer you some Walker said. WHERE TO FIND IT Noted scientists from 20 nations meet in Washing- ton to consider merits of oral polio vaccine. Story on C-7. Woman Driver Hits Everything in Sight nounced the surgery would be performed at Walter Reed'commend Him to you as one Army Hospital. Iwho can Hagerty turned up at be a great hene- White House office about a.m., Anne Wheaton, associate press secretary, said later he was not feeling well the courtroom and placed in a car to be sent and had had "some 'symp-jback to Raiford State Prison toms over the Il40 miles cast of here. Within five minutes of sen- tencing the four were hustled from Beach B-I. Hal Boyle B-7. B-7. D-2 (o 7. C-4, 5. C-8. B-2. B-6. B-3. Shipping D-I. C-l to 4. C-6. 'Tides, TV, n-8. B-7. B-4, 5. Your A-2. MINNEAPOLIS struck a trash burner as she turned into the alley. Frightening sparks flew up around her car. From then on, police said, Mrs. Min- nie G. Wickland's car: Hit a corner of a house, tearing off some shingles. Crashed through t h e front door and out the back wall of a garage. Hit a corner of a nearby double garage. Plowed through (he side and out the front of an- other garage, toppling it. Struck a parked car in front of a fourth garage, pushing it through the doors and into a boat parked inside. Knocked down a fence and drove through a garden. Police estimated damage at more and charged Mrs. W i c k 1 a n d, 42, with drunken driving. In court today she was advised to get an attorney and return Friday. Mrs. Wickland and her husband, Earl, a passenger, i Baily, 3. escaped injury in the series which took place in the alley in their block. MATHEWS, Va. A Navy commander, his wife and two young daughters died today as flames swept ;lheir bungalow at Miles, near here in Mathews County. i A 14-year-old son of the couple received third- Degree burns in the early total !morning blaxe and was taken than .to 'he Portsmouth, Va., Naval Hospital. The victims were identified as Cmdr. Daniel Grant Baily, about 39, stationed at New London, Conn.; his wife, Mrs. Betty Carter Howell Baily, 36, formerly of Miles; and their two daughters. Melissa Baily, 8, and Virginia Page Taken nospital Jr., 14. 3 German Miners Die jin Firedamp Explosion OV1EDO, Spain coal miners perished today in a firedamp explosion in a mine near Micros. Rescue workers hunted for 10 others. to the Portsmouth was Daniel Baily Weather Mostly sunny Tuesday but late night and early morning low clouds and fog. Continued warm, Noon temperature: 76. DEPUTY AND RECAPTURED SUSPECT Patrick Henry McGraw, who broke from custody in Signal Hill early today after arrest as a burglary suspect, stands beside sheriff's deputy Paul Petre- dis, who fired two shots in pursuit. McGraw was found hiding in a flower   

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