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   Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - August 30, 1961, Long Beach, California                             Rescue 87 Safely From Alp Perch Goulart MEN OF RESCUE TEAM help a passenger descend from one of the cable cars left dangling over glacier near Chamonix, France, Tuesday. Jet plane hit and severed cable, plunging some cars onto cliff and stranding others. (AP.) JFK School Bill Six Deed Killed by House Freak WASHINGTON last-ditch drive to rescue President Kennedy's school construction program col- lapsed today when the House summarily defeated a CHAMONIX, France compromise bill without even debating it. Rescuers today completed Reds Hold, Release 4 Americans BERLIN Ger man communist police hek up a U. S. Army captain anc three enlisted men inside th East Berlin sector today and then turned them loose short- ly after an American show of force on the border. The officer refused to com- ment when he returned to the west and the reason for hold- ing the men was not imme- diately clear. Eyewitnesses who saw the U. S. Army open sedan with the men inside return through the Friedrichstrasse check- point said the window on the right side had been broken. f.- WHEN THE FIRST uncon- firmed report of the incident was heard, three American tanks and three armored per- sonnel carriers loaded with troops moved up directly on the East-West Berlin border. Eyewitnesses said the Amer- ican automobile passed through the triple Communist barrier. An American colonel standing on the West side crossed the border and walked up to the car. The officer in- side got out and the two men spoke. The automobile then drove across the border and left the area. The tanks which moved up to the border today had been moved back a block Tuesday. They were not at the check- point earlier today. 49 Killed in Wreck of Passenger Vessel JAKARTA, Indonesia (UPI) inter-island passenger ship piled up on a reef near Celebes Island in eastern In- donesia last weekend, appar- ently killing 49 of the 92 per-' sons aboard, the navy report- ed today. The navy said res- cue ships picked up 43 sur- vivors. Navy reports from Balik- papan in East Borneo said an extensive search for surviv- ors has been under way since: Monday. By a vote of 242 to 01 01 signtseers formula proposed hours of terror in military chiefs C15C h 1 thej House killed a cars stalled high differed from the ay authorizing million presented to begin a public school construction program. The Alpine glacier by a freak accident that killed six Congress earlier today by a congressional Tec killed the plan for this had an awful important YORK A we're glad it's Page A-6, Col. that a psychia The vote also stymied comment of a irresistible urge to s the time being two other programs in the compromise offer. These by a night of little leg room and freezing with shooting his The victim, Mrs. Paule aid for "impacted" school districts and the National the slopes of Mont Blanc Helicopters ferried the 27, was shot twi Tuesday as she clutched h fense Education Act which provides loans. for back to the warmth of their Chamonix hotels. IS -year -old daughter in t lobby of a fashionable Fif -4 THESE TWO programs were expected to win approval, however, when they are offered later as OF THEM had spent nearly 20 hours suspended hundreds of feet in the air while workers slowly wound in the broken traction CANAVERAL, Fla. W A Minuteman missile flew wildly out of control and crashed in flames on the apartment house. H ;wo sons, aged 4 and screamed while the fami dog a great Dane away in fear. as it was launched Today's action had no cable was snapped first time from an Laverne, who recent fect on another p.m. Tuesday by a her internship tion-backed bill __ a SI Force jet combat was no immediate physician, died half an hoi lion five-year loan and grant program for college low through the valley between Mont Blanc of casualties or damage. Members of the launch at Mount Sinai Hospita next door. tion. That will be du in a at the moment tl Tater. Like the of the passengers seemed too fatigued by several died, Ann (Mitz areas" and student loan 26 walked into ures, it is expected to Page A-4, Col. rush of flame and smoke burst from the 90-foot station and announce A coalition of as the missile ignited. just shot somebody." and Southern Democrats dealt the death blow to later the 58-foot Minute-man darted through the MtSS KIERNAN, of Mou construction compromise. Six Republicans voted with 163 Democrats to consider night and early morning low clouds and pitched out of con-.rol, tumbling back onto the aunch Lakes, N.J., until recent a high school teacher, ha elephoned the victim's hu Dill. Voting to kill it were sunny late impact sent a huge Dr. Albert A. Lavern Republicans and 82 and afternoon fire hundreds of feet in the day demandin Page A-6, Col. 2 ORPHAN IN 7TH DAY OF COMA AFTER ACCIDENT, Life Ebbing tor Hard-Luck L. By GEORGE of 1960. His was the fault of the While she stayc The life that was never when he was but he did sit down home, William D. Archer ;ood to 15-year-old his mother has not curb, and the truck Monterey Park sat at tf Cirk Archerd seemed to from side. leaving him has an uncle in drive away, after a the morning, Archei This morning the Park who sits by his but that's all that's Burney hitchhiked his to Via Carmelitos to r port on the night, and four day of his coma arrived at Memorial Hospital, and Burney's complaining of a mother had died of stroke odds of his surviving a uncle can't even sore hands and a injury waned as the days the name of Burney's Grandmother called, boy does not know his grandmother's death, wss she "who with the bov He was hit by a panel Burney was doctor, at first fearing raised him And whi in Lakewood on Aug. limped home to his to the boy's hip, boy's father, Everett, die JHe was operated on for, a brain injury Aug. Jennie. Mae Archerd, 74, at 791 Via Carmelitos, to Memorial Hospital. A complete survey of 1960, grandmother stru cled on. During that critical night, .he grandmother he lived her of the incident. He stepped off the curb injuries revealed that he had a severe damage to sherifs say there no indcation that the driv here died. But, then, death and Street and Coldbrook Avenue, he said, and Emergency surgery was the red panel truck aware that his collision wi edy have not been new to Burney. His father died by a red panel truck. Burney didn't seem to ailing grandmother called the bov's uncle boy caused anything b a hmisp WOMAN SURRENDERS WITH KIDNAPED HOME The Southland's Finest Evening Newspaper LONG BEACH 12, CALIF., WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 30, 1961 Vol. 181 PRICE 10 CENTS TELEPHONE HE 5-1161 84 PAGES CLASSIFIED HE 2-5959 EDITION [Six Editions Daily) Military OKs as Brazil Chief Leftist Would Be 'Figurehead' if Congress Agrees RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil Brazil's three military ministers today agreed to ac- cept Joao Goulart as a figure- head president with a prime minister to be appointed by Congress until 1963, a gov- ernment source said. The decision by the three top military chiefs v reached here and a govern- ment source said it already has been transmitted to Bra- silia, the inland capital. If acceptable to Congress and government political lead- ers in Brasilia, it might end the serious crisis, which has been rocking the country since Janio Quadros resigned last Friday. PREVIOUSLY the three military leaders had opposec having Goulart even as a fig- urehead president. JOYOUS REUNION AFTER KIDNAPING photo by Roger Coar Ends Flight From Fresno in Orange Co. 'Don't Know Why1 She Took Daughter of Farm Workers SANTA ANA A woman who kidnaped a 7-month-old girl from the Fresno area last weekend gave herself up to Orange County sheriff's dep- uties in Capistrano Beach. Tuesday night. The baby was recovered in good condition. Officers are holding for Fresno police Mrs. Frances Gallegos, 25, on suspicion of kidnaping. The baby, Ophelia Delgado, daughter of San Joaquin Valley farm workers Mr. and Mrs. Eplidio Del- gado, was picked up by her parents in a Garden Grove receiving home. S lie ff "I DON'T know why I took the deputies said Mrs. Gallegos, a heavy-set woman estranged from her husband, told them. Mrs. Gallegos had been babysitting with the child while the baby's parents worked in the Biola area. Bor- rowing a car from a neighbor of the child's parents, Mrs. Gallegos drove off with the infant. She told authorities here she just drove until she ran out of money in Capistrano Mrs. Eplidio Delgado of Biola hugs her kidnaped baby in joyous relief today after reclaiming the child in Garden Grove. Note lipstick on baby's cheek, -A pretty young school teacher, the Passengers Seize Cuban Coastal Ship NEW YORK gers aboard a Cuban coastal ship, armed with pistols and spearfishing equipment, took over the vessel and forced its captain to put into Jamaica today, the National Broad- casting Co. reported. The report, by John Hlava- cek, NBC correspondent in Jamaica, said 29 of the 30 passengers asked asylum. He said the report came from the captain after the ship arrived at Port Antonio, a Jamaica seaport. The name of the captain and other details were not available immediately. Race Mixing in Atlanta Schools Quiet ATLANTA (UPI) Negro students quietly en- tered four white high schools today in an historic and sym- bolic breaking of traditional racial barriers in this proud Deep South city. City leaders, acting under a federal desegregation order m the courts, were in full command of the situation. Police guarded the fourj schools and arrested at least six persons who failed to There is some evidence, they said, that the driver stopped at the scene, inquired if the boy was unhurt being assured that there had been no on. Nevertheless, deputies said, they wish the driver to iden- tify himself to them, to com- plete their investigation of the accident. The boy's uncle, too, says that the lad apparently had no idea that he had suffered any and blame on the driver. The hospital said that Burney's condition is grave. The uncle said flatly: "He is not expected to live." injury of consequence, at no time placed any trailer park there since then. She called deputies from a ;as station Tuesday night 'because I just got tired of it (the kidnaping) and decided to quit." DEPUTIES SAID the first words the woman said when she phoned were: "I've stolen a baby." They said she gave them her location and waited for them to arrive. The baby was turned over to the receiving home after a check at Orange County General Hospital showed her in good condi- tion. Mrs. Gallegos, who is child- less, has been involved in two similar baby stealing inci- dents in Modesto and Stock, ton in recent years, authori- ties said. Picture of students on Page A-3. move on when ordered to. Several hundred newsmen covering the event, the cul- mination of a massive com- munity civic effort for peace and open schools, were under strict ground rules. THE BREAKING of the all-white tradition in Georgia public school came seven years, three months and 15 days after the U. S. Supreme Court's 1954 school desegre- gation decision, and was the (Continued Page A-4, Col. 5) WHERE TO FIND IT House, five-year, seas loan program. Page A-3. Senate agree to billion over- Beach B-I. Hal C-15. C-ll. D-5 to II. C-16. A-I6. Death B-2. C-14. B-3. Shipping B-10. D-l to 5. C-17. TV, D-12. Tides, Vital B-10. C-15. C-15. C-10, II. Your A-2. GM Strike for 6 Days DETROIT Auto Workers President Walter P. Reuther a planned General Motors strike delayed at least six days at government re- today to the bargaining table of his No. 1 contract target among the big three automakers. And Reuther says he ex- pects "to stay with them as long as necessary." This could signal around-the-clock bar- gaining from which contracts usually emerge in a matter of hours after weeks of pre- liminary haggling. Current negotiations opened in late June. Both the UAW and General Motors agreed Tuesday night to an extension from Thurs- day midnight until 10 a.m. next Wednesday of their cur- rently expiring three-year contract. Six-day extension was re- quested by William E. Sim- kin, director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service, Service, only a few hours be- fore the UAW's international executive "board met Tuesday night to set GM as the target for a Thursday midnight walkout in support of union's new contract de- mands.   

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