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Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - July 27, 1964, Long Beach, California 2-PRESS-TELEGRAM lint tini, Win., July 8, tMt j Who's in News Donald Hlrshfeld of Hartford, Conn., went to two wed dings Sunday, his own and his father's. In the first half of the doubleheader, Donald watched his father, Sydney, a widower, marry Mrs. Freda Friedman, a widow, in a synagogue in the afternoon. After sundown, the younger Hirshfeld and his bride, _____ ____ Hclene Marcus of West Hartford, wero married in the sanielnmlbeanu Tots Stolen by Heiress, Mate Claims ROME Po- synagogue by the same rabbi, llaskel Lindcnthal. '..Actually, Orthodox Jewish rules forbid two members family to marry on the same day, but since the Hebrew day runs from sundown to sundown, Donald and his wife married to most people. Rfep. Bruce Alger's Son Dies in Car Crash "j The 15-year-old son of Rep. Bruce Alger, R-Tex., was killed Sunday night when the car in which lie was riding out of control on a Bethesda, Md., freeway exit ramp and overturned. Police said David Algcr was riding in a Volkswagen se- dain driven by a teen-aged friend when the accident happened at Interstate 495 and River Road in the Washington suburb. They said Algcr was thrown from the car. Alger's friend, whose identiy was with- held by police, received only minor injuries. Officers said the accident was still under investigation, but indicated that the car was apparently traveling too fast to negotiate the curved exit ramp. Young Alger lived with his father and a brother a sister in Arlington, Va. Mrs. Alger lives in Dallas. David, a six-footer, was a student at Gpnston Junior High School in Arlington where he was a football and basketball player and a track man. Champion Balloonist Killed in Race A balloon race, canceled a week earlier because it was considered "too ended in tragedy Sunday in Pittsburg, Calif., when a young national champion crashed into a high voltage power line and died. The victim, Richard Pollard, 19, of Denver, Colo., died en! route to a hospital after his metal gondola slammed into a power line and exploded in flames. Pollard, his body enveloped in flames, dropped 50 feet ground. Sunday golfers from the nearby Pittsburg Golf REP. ALGER Russia Threatens! Walkout on Laos, Asks New Talks By HENRY SHAPIRO ilaint against his estranged wife, typewriter heiress Cam- lie Benedict, accusing her of abducting their two children from their Rome home, his lawyer said today. Giuseppe Bellucci said he lodged the charge for his Ro- manian-born client with the Home public prosecutor's of- fice Saturday. While Porumbeanu sat be- side him in a downtown com- bination ice cream parlor and bar, the lawyer charged that Miss Benedict had abducted the children June 17 "in the cruellest of circumstances." "WE HOPE to obtain an order from the Italian judge for restitution of the children and execute the order in the country where, the children Bellucci told- newsmen. H was believed that the 23- year-old mother was in New York with the children, Georghe, 3, and Grigore, 18 months. The heiress has start- ed legal proceedings there to cad her four-year-marriage.to Porumbeanu, 39. viet leader to accept the MOSCOW So- viet Union today threatened to withdraw as co-chairman of the international agreement' on Laos unless a new 14-na-, tion conference on the Laotian crisis is summoned. The Soviet stand empha-' sized the importance of the talks on Laos which British Foreign Secretary R. A. Bul- ;er, who is arriving today, will hold with Premier Nikita S. Khrushchev. Britain is the other co-chairman of the Laos agreement. Sunday, the Soviets issued a call for a new meeting of the. Geneva conference on Laos. They said the 14 Geneva signatories must settle the fighting between Communist and pro-western forces in the southeast Asian kingdom. The United States and Britain op- pose such a meeting at this time. (In London official sources said the United States and Britain are agreed that no 14- nation conference on Laos should be held unless a cease- fire is called and the Commu- nists recognize neutralist Pre- mier Souvanna Phoum andJvientiane with the royal British plans for a smaller conference on Laos. The West believes this would eliminate outside issues, such as the, possible inclusion of the Viet- namese war, from discussion. It .would also bar Communist China, one of the H.Geneva nations. Before its statement Sun- day, the .Soviet .Union was reported favorably inclined to the British plan, which calls for limiting the talks to Brit- ain, Russia, the Laotian fac- tions, Poland, Canada and In- dia. were 1962 Britain and Russia co-chairmen of the Geneva conference that tem- porarily ended the fighting among Laos' factions. Poland, Canada and India comprise the International Control Commission, which has tried to police the Laotion truce. V ON THE war front, govern- ment forces squeezed a pin cers offensive today on Com- munist outposts blocking highway 13 which connects the administrative capital of withdraw to positions they "Mrs. Porumbeanu left theiheld before their recent ad- was going lawyer Bellucci said. "She went off with the children to the gar- den of the Quirinale Hill and gave the nurse the day off. That was the last word of THE COUPLE came to and Country Club rushed to the scene and ripped Pollard's house on June 17 saying she vances.) flaming clothes from his body in a futile effort to save his life. Truman Tells Legion He'll Be Around Harry S. Truman has assured members of the American Legion that he expects to be with them many more years. "I'm only said the ex-president. "I expect to be at least 90, and I count every year." Truman, an Army captain during World War I, spoke briefly at the closing session of the Legion's state conven- lioji Sunday in Kansas City. Man Wins 'Death Race' to Golden Gate Police were only minutes behind when Richard H. Glllespie Jr. braked his car near the north tower of the Golden Gate Bridge Sunday and leaped 200 feet to his death oirthe jagged rocks below. Officers said Gillespie, 24, had left a note for his mother, saying "everything I have done is a lie, I must do away with myself before I cause further harm." Mrs. Gillespie discovered the note a few minutes after her son left the house. She alerte'd police. The Highway Pa- i trpl was looking for Gillespie when he jumped. He was the f 266th known suicide off the world famous San Francisco TODAY, a text of the So- viet statement released by the official Tass news agency disclosed the withdrawal threat. The statement said: "A negative attitude by other states to this proposal would place the Soviet Union Rome early this spring andjin the position where it will set up house, announcingjbe compelled to consider the capital of Luang Prabang 180 miles north. 1 Their goal was to clear the junction of Highway 13 with Route 7, which runs eastward to the Plaine des Jarres. There, three government bat- talions were trying to push five Communist battalions off the northern slope of foot Phou Kout .hill, at the western edge of the plaine. The coordinated govern- men offensives were aimed at their reconciliation of the possibility of consolidating government po- Gamble had started up the functions of proceedings in Switzerland late last year. The Roman lawyer said the Remington heiress, after dis- missing the nurse June 17, had flown to New York. "She left behind every- thing, even the toys of the Bellucci said. He said the baby was ill at the time. co-chairman, inasmuch as the role of co-chairman is being rendered useless and ficti- tious by the gross and syste- matic violations of the Ge- neva agreements by some states." British diplomats said But- ler, who will meet Khrush- chev Tuesday or Wednesday, is expected to press .the So-! sitions guarding the ap preaches to Vientiane. T28 fighter-bombers supported the attacks. Inp1 Mi ftrMonlh 3.00 tsxco M.O imbir Audit Bureao el circulation, .ubllihed daily excepl Sunday at 4th ind Avenvt, Long Btach. iBring the Family COME. SEE.... FREE! 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