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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - June 24, 1959, Long Beach, California                             NOTHING BEATS MUD Tommy Marney, 2, of Atlanta, Ga., finds a sure way to beat the heat. Take a hose, a spot of back yard and mix batter of mud to proper consistency. Strain through fingers and toes; apply excess to Wirephoto.) Victim's Son Spots Auto; Nab Slayer YAKIMA, Wash. grieving son en route t and skill, continues to leave them in death. Why did he complain to the city attorney's office (hat the woman to whom he left most of his estate a movie executive's wife was ha- rassing him with phone calls? Was the June 16 gunshot death of Reeves, 45, really WASHINGTON of both partiesisliicidc? His mother asks- slle pledged support today to Secretary of State Christian !has hircd an lo in- Leaders of Both Parties Support Herter's Stand FIRE ROUTS CAMPERS, DESTROYS REDWOODS The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, JUNE 24, 1959 54 PAGES Vol. 122 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEl'HUNE HE 5-1161 CLASSIFIED HE 2-5359 HOME EDITION (Six Editions Daily) Puzzles Grow in Death of 'Superman' Reeves' Complaint to City Attorney on Calls Revealed HOLLYWOOD Reeves, who as Superman, solved mysteries on televis- ion wilh unearthly strength identify his murdered father'sJA. Herter in his Berlin policies. ---------------------------------------Democratic leader Lyndon body spotted the family car pass by at dusk Tuesday. His alertness paid off. A husky mental patient, sought in the killing, was in the slain man's car. The manhunt ended in a roadside clump of bushes near, the central Washington town of Cle Elum where John Bernard Doyle, 22, was found in the car. The capture came only hours after the body of Vivian Meagher, 56, Seattle salesman, was found shot and bludgeoned in desolate hill country 45 miles southwest of here. DOYLE, who escaped from vestigatc. Where is the second will Algerians in Surprise CityAttack ALGIERS W) Algerian rebels thrust a determined column of unifoimed soldiers into the outskirts of Bone to- day in their first military as- sault on a major Algerian B. Johnson of Texas told thejthat his fiancee, Miss Leonore Senate that the country 35, says she be behind Herler in his I. stand against sacrificing ne made, naming her as freedom of the people beneficiary? West Berlin in any agreement city. The attark before dawn brought on a stand-up battle Northern State Hospital Juneiwith thousands of French sol- 9, was also wanted in connec- tion with Oie pistol-whipping of a student nurse in Seattle Monday night. Frances Mul- lin, 22, identified Doyle as the man who attacked her out- side her apartment. Police found a revolver and Meagher's wallet and his iden- tification papers in the car. Doyle, a native of nearby Wapato, jailed first in Ellensburg, Wash., and then transferred agents. here by FBI THE CLIMAX to the search came as John Meagher, 24, spotted the car on the busy highway. Meagher and his uncle swung their car about and followed the. other vehicle. After several miles, the other car pulled otf the road. Mea- gher drove for help. Hunt for Airliner Missing With 14 GUAYAQUIL, Ecuador Peruvian planes launched a search today for an Avianca Airlines DC4 missing for more than 12 hours with 14 persons aboard. WHERE TO FIND IT Free-enterprise champion named Argentine economics minister. Story on Page A-2 Beach B-l. Hal A-25. A-25. C-5 to 12. B-l2, 13. A-19. Death B-2. A-24. Shipping B-10. C-I to 5. B-10, 11. Tides, TV, A-25. B-5 to K. Your A-2. diers, armored units and planes which was still raging at noon, eight hours after it started. The French claimed tonight they had killed 44 of rhe rebels and reckoned that was more than a third of the band. French losses .were un- officially estimated at 38 men killed or wounded. The French forces suffered most of their casualties in early morning fighting before the tanks and planes roared in to pin down the raiders. v THE REBEL GROUP had overrun two French army posts and wss infiltrating the east Algerian city before the French recovered from their iiirprise. Then warplanes swooped on the rebels with strafing runs and incendiary bombs. Unofficial sources at Bone said the rebel troops might number no more than 100, but they were heavily armed and apparently were under orders to penetrate into Bone itself. V THE REBEL ATTACK be- gan at 4 a.m. The rebels took positions in orchards and homes between the Bone Air- port and the Mediterranean. Shortly after, the blast of grenades and machine'gun fire wakened the city of It could not be immediately determined whether the rebels had crossed the electrified barrier separating Algeria from Tunisia. The barrier ends near Bone. with the Russians. Republican leader Everett M. Dirksen of Illinois said he was "never so proud of our secretary of state as I was last night" when Herter re- ported to the nation on the Geneva conference. 6 C "HE DEMONSTRATED forcefully that he deserves his Dirksen said. Sen. Mike Mansfield of Montana, assistant Demo- cratic 'leader, said the state- ments of Johnson and Dirksen "once again indicated to the world that Congress, regard- less of party, is behind Sec- retary Herter." Sen. George D. Aiken a member of the Sen- ate Foreign Relations Com- mittee, said Congress will back Herter lo the hilt when negotiations are resumed at Geneva. Herter's stand drew similar expressions of support from House members. t- U. S. DIPLOMATS hoped the evidence of solid congres- sional backing in both parties would help impress in Corn- Continued Page A-5, Col. 1) Three-Day Holiday for State Workers SACRAMENTO Cali- fornia's stale workers will get a three-day Fourth of July holiday. Gov. Brown Tuesday pro- claimed Friday, July 3, a holi- day for the slate's employes, following Presi- dent Eisenhower's announce- ment that federal workers would get the day off. MISS LEMMON, New York cafe socialite, was not men- tioned in the will filed for probate in Santa Monica Su- perior Court. The document named as chief recipient Mrs Ton! Mannix, wife of Eddie J Mannix, vice president of Loew's Inc. and former man- ager of MGM studio. Mrs. Mannix issued a state- ment Tuesday saying she and her husband had been friends of Reeves for years. It said she supported his work for CRACKDOWN ON HOODS The hoods of parked cars are caught under a concrete retaining wall that collapsed in the rear of an apartment in Yonkers, N. Y., Tuesday. The 12- foot-high, 150-foot-long wall was weakened by rains. No one was Weather- Low clouds late to- night and early Thurs- day. Mostly sunny Thurs- day and little change in temperature. Maximum temperature by noon to- day: 76. Rubens Oil FORGOTTEN FORTUNES Sold for LONDON A London art dealer today bought the ill children and: "I intend to -Rubens masterpiece, "Adora- continue this worK. ion of the for the A complete autopsy, Pr'ce ev formed Tuesday, was auction by Coroner Theodore "to satisfy the mother" of The dealer, Leonard Koet- Reeves. Mrs. Helen Leschenzer, did not disclose immedi- 100 More Named for Tax Refunds Here is the eighth "Forgotten Fortune" list to be published in The Press-Telegram as a public service. It nearly 100 persons who have never claimed their federal income tax refund checks which were un- deliverable by the Post Office and since have been de- Bessolo said in for whom he bought the bid at a Stl'0yed- e But if your name appears here and you make a proper claim, a new check will be issued within a few days, according lo the Internal Revenue Service a! Los Angeles. III., she doesn't think the ac- tor killed himself. AFTER THE AUTOPSY Coroner Curphey confirmed the police finding that Reeves shot himself to death at his home. "The examination of bones of the head and the' the brain establishes the fact that painting. Koelzer told a reporter, however, he had bought it for a British collector, thus set- ting at rest a fear among British art circles that it might join the flow of British art treasures to America. i i t THE PAINTING is the only great altarpiece now in this the fatal wound was of which came entirely contact nature with the the hand of the 17th pressed against the skin, pro-Century Flemish master. A ducing extensive fracturing of iff .lhe the llatc Dllke of Westminster, it the skull and marked dam age to the brain along thel was put on the block at (Continued Page A-4, Col. 4) GLORIA WINS CUSTODY Stokowski May Visif 2 Sons Only in U. S. NEW YORK Gloria Vanderbilt won complete custody today of her two children. The cqurt decision also gave "generous visitation rights" to her former hus- band, symphony conductor Leopold Stokowski. State Supreme Court Justice Edgar J. Nathan Jr. gave the ruling after conducting hearings behind closed doors. The heiress-actress and Stokowski had shared custody since their 1935 divorce. She had sought to reduce the time he spent with the children from three months to two weeks. He asked that his time with them be increased to six months.and that he have the right to travel abroad with them. Nathan said his decision was based on the children's interest rather than on any specific act or conduct by either the mother'or father. Nathan said no conduct on the part of eilhcr parent was found to be such as would warrant depriving cither of visitation rights or limited custody. f iSotheby's to help pay inheri- wound Curphey said.' nce faxK_ "From these findings, cou-j The jous hi h g pled wilh the sok! a[ hlic auc. report supplied this office was pounds paid for French impressionist Paul Cezanne's "Boy in a Red Waistcoat" in a sale at Sotheby's last October. An agent bought it for the wealthy U. S. collec- tor Paul Mellon. Far higher prices have been paid in the past for art works sold privately. Mcllon's fa- ther, the late Andrew Mellon, paid for Raphael's! "Madonna of the House of Alba" in 1936. Attempt to Launch Discoverer Put Off VANDENBERG AIR FORCE BASE, Calif. attempt to launch the Discoverer IVj satellite rocket was postponed Tuesday because of technical problems in range communi- cations. There was no indi- cation when the shot will be re-scheduled, but past delays have invariably been at leasl hours long. 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 you and, if possible, a carbon copy of your return. Also give the year un- der which your name ap- pears in the lists. 1954 (FIRST HALF) AQUFRRE, Lynne Alexandra, 524A W. Magnolia Ave., Compton. APPLEGARTH, Harry E., 45 Valejo, Hermosa. ANT1VEROS, Robert, Box 10781, Anaheim. ANDRADE, Thomas A., 2321 Spaulding Ave., Long Beach. B 1052-1953 BELL, R. C. T., Box 2054, Santa Ana. BELLS, E. A., Collins Way, Long Beach. BYRAM, R.M. B.S., 7752 E. liolsa Ave., Santa Ana. iiUSHONG, Royce J., 2150 Cherry Ave., Long Beach. BURROUGHS, Gordon K., 1047 McFarland Ave., Wil- mington. BURRIS, Judy D., 504 W. 3rd St., Long Beach. BURKS, Dean S., General De- livery, Lynwood. (Continued Page A-6, Col. 300 Battle lalif. Blaze Flames Fanned Out of Control by 45-m.p.h. Winds CLOVERDALE Iff) vindswept forest fire raged out of control today in giant redwoods of Western Sonoma bounty. More than 300 men fought the fire which had burned about acres and forced evacuation of 113 boys and adult staffers from their sum- mer camp in Cloverdale, 85 miles northwest of San Fran- cisco. "The wind at 1 a.m. was 45 miles an said F. A. Shannon, forest fire dispatch- er. "It dropped to 33 miles at a.m. but just as we think we have the fire con- tained it breaks out 4 SHANNON SAID 75 pieces of equipment, some from Mon- terey County, including heli- copters, bulldozers and pump- er trucks, were on the fire lines. Firefighting headquarters was established at the boys' camp, which escaped the flames. The boys got out so hur- riedly they left their personal effects behind and some were clad only in their bath- ing trunks. THE FIRE BROKE out Tuesday afternoon near the Gualala YMCA camp and spread swiftly. The boys at the camp were evacuated to safety at Stewarts Point on the Pacific Ocean 15 miles to the southwest'and later to their homes in Berkeley. During the night the blaze moved southeast on a six- mile front, searing virgin red- wood, logging slash and .graz- ing land. State Forest Ranger Jack Kessler, directing the fire fighters, called the situation critical. "It will take at least two days, maybe more, to con- tain this he said Tues- day night. "It could be one of our major fires of the year." THERE ARE RANCHES and logging camps in the area but no communities were threatened. The State Division of For- estry sent 150 men to the fira lines and recruited another 150 from logging operations and stale prison honor camps. The San Francisco Weather Bureau said there had been no appreciable rain in the fire area since around April 25 and that rain fall over all of Northern California has been far below normal this year. Quadruplets Arrive :or Brooklyn Couple NEW YORK boys and a were born today to a 26-year- old Brooklyn woman in the ublic Health Service Hos- pital at Clifton, Staten Island. The children arc the first or Alex, 30, and Bessie Ka< ouras, of Brooklyn. The fa her, a 1958 Columbia gradu- ite, has just completed his irst year at Columbia Law School. During the school year he drives a taxicab at nighl. PITFALLS Theft May Turn Cars to Scrap, Too TULSA, Okla. ing has its pitfalls in an industrial area here due to a thief's penchant for profitable scrapiron. Deputy Sheriff Gene Maxey said 40 iron covers for storm sewers had been filched from streets in the sparsely traveled area, Absence of the 100- pound grates left gaping holes in the street, making driving hazardous. Wife Sues Centenarian Father of 6 DES MOINES A. Carrizales, 100 years old, who attracted nationwide at- tention by becoming a father when he was 86 and his wife 21, is being sued for sep- arate maintenance. They have six children now. Mrs. Carrizales said in her suit filed Tuesday that her husband struck her and physically abused her. She asked custody of the chil- dren. Mrs. Carrizales said her husband receives a month in social security pay- ments, including allowances for the children. She asked that Carrizafes give her a-month support money, or the amount provided by so- sial security for the support of the children.   

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