Press Telegram, August 26, 1959

Press Telegram

August 26, 1959

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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - August 26, 1959, Long Beach, California IKE GETS HERO'S WELCOME IN BONN 0. S. Stands (iy Germans, He Declares President's Jet Breaks to Europe :vfpr Vital Talks. '..feONN, Germany .Eisenhower received i herb's welcome tonight in this land he helped conquer aric renewed his pledge to stanc by-West Berlin in preserv ing..its freedom against Com rhuhist threats. the first Amer .icart.. President to visit Wes .Germany flew in from Wash -ihgtqn on the first leg of hi diplomatic ventur London and Paris. .'.''The American people :sland by your he tolc Konrad Adenauer "4n my country the nam 'Adenauer has come to sym bojlze the determination o !the; German people to remai :stforig and free. the implementation of PRESIDENT EISENHOWER'S itinerary for'his trip to visit heads of European governments is outlined on Wirephoto Map.) WILLED MILLION CLAIMS that-determination the Amer ican. people stand by your .side .and they send through me and through you to the German people their best .wishes for your successful ef- ,forts in this matter. "And the American people .-stand by your side in insur- ing that the loyal free people .of free Berlin will like your- selves continue always to en- joy that freedom. you, Mr. Chancellor, jCjoq'k forward to the talks. is for me a great honor Itpt fried your elected leader Jaijd "discuss with him some Jpfj the matters which are so 'ifnpbrtant." THE' PRESIDENTIAL jet ;plane, a 707, landed at nearby Airport at p.m. a.m. pdl) after a flight 'of -914 hours from Washing- ;tbh! .This elapsed time in- -cluded an hour spent in a TNewfoundland stop for re- 'fueling. The plane taxied toward a party of top Ger- Irnjan' government officials "headed by Adenauer. The sky was slightly over- .cast. The landing strip lights were switched on just before the giant Boeing approached 'A crowd of to spectators waited in reservec ..places and.others were scat t'ered around the terraces. Ev ery building was covered will :.people, even the top of the ;epntrol tower and the cus -torris building. Jjjst as the plane halted a salute sounded. Fou .escorting fighters of the Ger (Continued Page A-4, Col. 1) Story II. S. Bomber Crash Is Corrected RIVER, B; C that the wreck age of a U. S. Neptune bomb er-.'and 11 skeletons had been found by a search party Mon day were incorrect, the Roya .-Canadian Air Force said to day.. The misinterpretation of radio message from th searchers was blamed. .In fact, the RCAF said, th message was meant to be for information on .crash in the area in 1951. Th misunderstanding was blamei on poor radio reception. X twin-engine Neptune wit 111'aboard crashed high o in 1950. !t wa fpiind a year later and th removed. -A search official in Van cbjiver said it is possible th wreckage is that of the sam plane. The search group wa sent in after an airman sta tiprjcd at Comox RCAF bas 'sighted the wreckage at th level of the Van C'ouyer Island peak. ;Weather -Night and morning clouds but mostly sunny Thursday after- _rioon. Little change in temperature. Noon tem- pcrtture: 71. Kind Acts Promise Wealth for Airman MERCED Air Force sergeant who be riended a crippled widow is an Alaskan minin laim he says may be worth 40 million dollars. HOME The Soutftland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 26, 1959 Vol. LXXII-No. 176 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1181 66 PAGES cj.Assii.-iED HE a-MM EDITION (Six Editions Daily] RUTH FOX Winner Here Are 11 More More winning numbers in The Press-Telegram's Lucky locial Security Numbers' Con- est are announced today. To be eligible for the con- esj, print your Social Securi- y number, name and address in a postcard and mail it to: Social Security Numbers, In- ependent, Press-Telegram, 604 Pine Long Beach 12. f your number is drawn, >ring your Social Security card and identification to the P-T. Here are the new winners deadline Friday, Aug. 56 5-32-8998 549-09-6431 545-10-9913 555-12-2542 572-18-3034 720-03-0146 566-32-4405 350-07-9745 572-46-3435 554-16-2849 T. Sgt. Thomas L. Howie returned to nearby Caslle Air ?orce Base after restaking the cinnabar (mercury) claim and reported Tuesday that geolo- ists estimate its'worth that ligh He did not identify the geologists. Two years ago the tail guu- ner from Norfolk, Va., joined the Pentecostal Church where he met Oova Mayberry, he married ,in Carson City, Nev., in June 1957. The bride's parents, who are turkey raisers near Mer- ced, had known Jim and Cora Dinsmore for many years. DINSMORE, a prospector in Asia, South America, Mex ico and "Alaska, died in 1955 and the newly married couple did favors for Mrs. Dinsmore, who lived in a house trailer at nearby Livingston. Howlett, now 28, said Mrs. Dinsmore told them in April 1958 about the claim to the cinnabar vein near Cold Bay in Southwestern Alaska. A month later was transferred to Ellsworth -Air Force Base in South Dakota and five weeks later Mrs. )insmore -died, willing them he claim. While stationed at Ells Predict Early Death? Mystery, Grows in Talented USC Student's Slaying LOS ANGELES Wl A misly veil of facts covers a swarm'of unanswered ques- :ions in the case of a brood ng coed whose .love affair with a bearded "art studcnl was shattered by a knife wielding murderer. Were there other men h the life of 21-year-old Lind; Edna Martin? Did she know the mysteri oils intruder who slashed he: to death Sunday night as shi stepped nude from a bathtub in her sweetheart's apart ment? Why did Linda, a talentec University of Southern Cali fornia graduate music stu dent, feel she would young? And under dire er the storm was ce ered about 150 miles sout outheast of here at 4 a.m. Small craft along the Tex md western Louisiana coas were warned to stay in po PILOT BROADCASTS DRAMA -AND THEN HE WAS DEAD' Grief stricken, John Robinson (lower left) sits in water and cries over the body of his friend, Andrew Janvary. The pair had been in high spirits when they went for a swim Tuesday at Monroe, Mich. Diving into a quarry, Janvary struck his head on a then he was Wirephoto.) CHICAGO BIDS GOODBY Berserk Physician Kills Self BATON ROUGE, La. Deputies smashed into the mme of a beserk, gun-wield- ng physician Tuesday after :ossing in a barrage of tear ;as, and found him shot to death. Sheriff Bryan Clemmons said Dr. David M. Pipes, 50, on furlough as a patient from a mental hospital, killed him- self with a rifle shot in the neck. His body was found in a bedroom. The death weapon and several other guns were nearby. The allergist, at home alone, held deputies at bay for hours. Two officers at first tried to coax Pines from the house. But when he 8-ve Laos emergency help m Maharajah Boys Off for New Married Home Among Model CHICAGO boys, who looked as Ameri- can as the haseball caps they wore, flew away today lo make (heir homes in a land they've never Soviet Russia. The Kozmin 12; George, 11; Paul, 10, and Peter, an Ameri- can Airlines plane at Midway Airport. A few Chicagoans bade them goodby. The youngsters received wrist watches, from the Cook County Welfare De partment. Employes of the department chipped in to buy Loos Aided by More U. S. Arms WASHINGTON United States has decided to opened the door briefly and pointed a hunting rifle out, they retreated to seek help. "WE WANT to help you, boomed the sheriff's arming more troops and militiamen to deal with Com- munist guerrilla attacks, offi cial sources disclosed today. Formal announcement of the decision, them voice over a loudspeaker is not likely to up outside the home, the size out, boy. We're waiting for you." There was no answer from Pipes. Two tear gas bombs were fired into the home, with no effect. Police said Pipes ap- parently turned on the air conditioning and the blowers of the force increase or the cost of the emergency aid, officials said. BUT THEY SAID the Unit- ed States will foot the entire cleared the air. After new appeals for Pipes to come out, and no response, deputies tossed in more gas, stormed inside and found the body. Twins Born in Plane High Over Atlantic bill, cost including pay and the of uniforms and other equipment. The present 000-man Laotian army is en- tirely financed by U.S. aid. President Eisenhower ap- proved the basic policy de- cision Tuesday shortly before he left for Europe. Officials said the United Stales agrees with Laos that direct military intervention by U.S. or Southeast Asia Treaty Organization (SEATO) forces is not necessary to deal with the steppe'd-up Communist guerrilla attacks.' (For other information Laos see Page A-3.) NEW YORK Twin girls were born aboard an airliner high above the At- lantic today in a drama tersely described in broad- casts from the plane. The mother, Mrs. William B. Stivers, was flying to Bethlehem, Ky., to give birth at the home of her husband's parents. He is a U. S. airman stationed in England. The Pan American plane was heading from London to Gander, Nfld., en route to New York, when Capt. Roland A. Bell, Massa- pequa, N, Y., radioed this message: "Passenger aboard plane in labor. Plane has No. 1 priority to land at Gander." Then another message crackled: "Just been advised by stewardess that twins have been borri. Will keep you advised." After a stop at Gander came a third message: "Twins are girls. Mother and twins doing well at Banting Hospital Gander." Pan American said this was the first time twins had been born on one of its planes. A doctor among the passengers and two stewardesses assisted in the birth. WHERE TO FIND IT, United States is willing to sell Russians vast array o) products displayed at Ameri- :an exposition in'-Moscow. Story on Page A-3. the going-away gifts. Stewardesses gave the baseball caps. Judge Thomas E. Kluczyn ski of the Circuit Court gav the three older brothers base ball goves and baseballs a mementoes of the only lam they really know. It was Judge Kluczynsk who ruled last week that th children should rejoin the! >arents, Mr. and Mrs. Georg (ozmin, in Russia. The parents -were movec out of Russia during Worl War II. The three older boy vere born in a displaced per ons camp in Germany. Th 'oungest child was born in Chicago after the family cami o this country. THE CHILDREN becam vards of the court after (hi parents went to a mental hos >ital for treatment and late wen.t on relief. Mr. and Mrs. Kozmin wen o Russia in 1957, but th court kept the boys in this country. The two older boys ived in the Central Baptist Children's Home. The young- er brothers were in the care of foster parents. Traveling with the young- sters on their flight eastward vas Boris Kolodyazhny, a sec- retary of the Russian Em- )assy in Washington. The Soviet government, through the embassy, had pressed for court action to permit the boys to rejoin their parents. Hal C-6. B-9. C-6, 7. C-9. B-8. B-3. Shipping C-9. C-l, 2, 3, 4. C-8. Tides, TV, C-1S. B-9. B-4, 5. LONDON, secret caked out today of the three- marriage of tha Maharajah of Cooch Behar, one of India's wealthiest >rinces, and a shapely Lon- don model. The bride at a civil cere- mony was Gina Egan, now 29. The 'maharajah is 44. After the wedding in Sept- ember 1956, the maharajah went back to his bachelor apartment. His wife contin- ued to live with her mother, five minutes walk away. The two have lived apart ever since. A week after the marriage, the maharajah went to Rome alone, where he frequently was seen with actress-play- girl Linda Christian. "I THINK I AM the only person in the world they said Gina's mother, Mrs. Arthur Egan, who fin- ally leaked the secret. Why did her daughter keep it a secret? "I don't want to say any- thing more about Gina's Mrs. Egan told news- men. Both have been married be- fore. His first wife was Holly- wood 'actress Nancy Valen- tine. That marriage also was kept secret for a long time. Eventually it was annulled in 952 because the Indian ;overnment refused to app- we it. marriage 955 after five years. In 1951 the maharajah's state was merged with another and he was given a tension by the Indian govern- nent. He has since mostly in Europe. Fontona Crash Kills 2, Hurts 2 FONTANA per- sons were killed and two others injured Tuesday in a trailer trUck-station wagon collision. The California Highway Pa trol identified the dead as John S. Odgers, 53, of Sho- shpne, and his wife, Margaret, 36. Seriously injured was Mrs. Odgers' son by a pre- vious marriage, Bruce P. Ray- son, 12, Miss was Egan's first dissolved in Currents Slow Cotalina Swim PALOS VERDES A 33-year-old Army captain from Fort MacArthur was. reported about two miles south of Portugese Bend ;'at noon today as he fought ad- verse currents in an attempt to, swim the Catalina Chan- nel. It was not known exactly how far the officer was from the mainland because of hazy weather conditions. Capt.' Stewart Evans, was lost in the fog when radio contact with the boat panying him was cut off. ;

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