Long Beach Press Telegram in Long-Beach, California
18 Jan 1957

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18 Jan 1957

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Long Beach Press-Telegram (Newspaper) - January 18, 1957, Long Beach, CaliforniaGrace Prince working Ward at . Role Monte Carlo off Eai rdc and Princess Grace by Monaco Are waiting to become Royal parents they Are Jalso at laying Plain . Though their Palace of Monaco the grimaldis1 life is much More air Nile than one would expect a Hollywood movie Star and reigning Prince of an 800 year old dynasty. The Prince and Princess live in Well furnished comfortable ii room apartment in the pal be. It has a big open fireplace picture windows Overlook Jne the Mediterranean. They do of their private entertain eng and the. Prince him mixes the drinks behind t Small bar.1 the apartment 5s near the Royal Prince has never seen since i iwas remodeler where their birth is expected to take place any time after Jan. 20. Friends say that the 33-year old Prince and his Blond wife Are extremely close. They discus almost everything together in eluding the wardrobe which gained her a listing among la year s 10 Best dressed women. The Prince even goes shopping sometimes treated to Impromptu a certs on the. Electric Organ which the couple brought from the United states they both Ilay but no duets. Both Are shy people and the Princess has. Not., made Many new friends outside her Hus band s family. Her pregnancy Jas restricted her activity much of the. Time. Now French is becoming Circle of friends and acquaint ances is widening. The Prince has warmed considerably his latest Public appearances have been casual and. A trifle Happy go Lucky during the american. Pres Den tial wore an under his coat Lape to tease an american Friend who supported Stevenson started in the Palace by remarking to friends hat she worried More Abou becoming a Good wife than a Princess. Re tinier who a already a Prince had Only t worry about becoming a Gooc husband. The Royal couple have mad themselves popular with Mona cans and the Palace staff. Thei most popular innovation at the Palace is a new motion picture projection room where movie Are shown twice weekly. Ii addition to the Royal famil Ith his wife has a Good Colo sense and has been kidded a deserving credit for the Prin wardrobe. Grace heard the teasing laughed and did t deny it despite the informality of private life they dress for dinner even when dining alone they feel that enhances their appreciation of a meal and both like Good food and wine. At intimate parties of four to eight people they Are Apt to be Grace and the names about-20.members of the Palac household staff also attend. Mexicans probing Texas segregation Mexico City mexican government is invest gating alleged segregation o mexican children in the pub schools of Corpus Christi tex., was reported today. A foreign ministry official said the. Mexican consul1 at co pus Christi had been directed t vol nut Cuil i they Call one another. In More investigate the matter. If _ or formal circumstances however even the most intimate friends Call their Royal titles. Especially the Consul finds any discrimination against mexican children the government Here will to science became major tool in detection Laboratory was by Don Whitehead chapter 11 the United at ome Alaska had a problem in murder to be solved for Ard swept out of by across the Jas Kan the Flat lands driving. Animals o shelter. Jolus old me prospector and trader re related into his log Cabin at a emote place called old Buck and Village. In. The fury of Man stole1 to a sheltered Side of he Cabin looked through of raised took careful aim and shot. John n11 i m a through the head. Quickly the Tiller opened the topped inside at Nilima to be certain was Una dead then he found the trader s before. The s cashbox and hurried Back into jct so socks the blizzard. The. Snow soon Cov ered his tracks. The to s. the Cabin but the Only clue was he Bullet from of the killer. The slug had. Gone through Nilima a Heald .arid., pm bedded itself in a log. The mar Ihal pried the Bullet Loose. In the , the marshal found himself inspects. The first was an sex convict a known enemy of in Iron who had ,6nce threatened to kill the trader., because of an argument Over prospecting. The marshal noticed stains on his socks. Is that the officer asked. The. Tyc convict said. I shot a Reindeer and some of the in Washington d. Evi Dence was examined by. Scientific Means it was a new development in Law enforcement but Worth trying out. Carefully he bundled air the Rifle the blood talked socks and the Bullet fired from the killer s gun. He mailed them to the Fri the marshal s second suspect was a Young Eskimo who bad Jeen spending More Money than usual at a trading pm St Village he too insisted he was Lin cent arid he stubbornly re fused to account for the source of his Money. The marshal took ii Eskimo s Rifle and mailed it to the Fri also theh he. Waited for the answers. In the Laboratory the pieces of Given to men who had helped launch this project less years before. The stains on weren to human blood. And a ballistics exper found that the fatal Bullet had t been fired from1 the. Sex convicts Rifle. Both reports sup ported the sex convict s claims then a. Test. Shot was fired from the Eskimo s Rifle into a Cotton filled Box. The Bullet was placed under a. Microscope be Side the death Bullet. Slowly the two bullets were revolved unti the trained Eye at the Micro scope saw. That the grooves and lines etched on , by the gun barrel matched perfectly. Cement agencies without Large. Official examinations the Laboratory s first 11 months of Active operation to aled 963. During the fiscal year 956, the Laboratory made More Lan examinations of evidence submitted by agents my by local Law enforcement agencies the Fri Laboratory is divided Ito a number of different Sec on and units. For example the physics and chemistry Section As units which handle firearms Lood Mexico logical pairs and hers metallurgical Petrograd Fri Laboratory has developed scientific crime detection to Fine Point. Here researcher1 checks paint on shoes of it run victim against paint of every Model of american automobile. Eskimo confessed to the murder subversion have and was sentenced to serve 20 years in a Federal Penitentiary trapped by the scientific crime no two gun barrels Are Al Floc. In minute detail the inside o fighters. Through methods now blood dripped on my socks while was dragging it marshal Checke d the sex convict s Rifle. It had been fired and had to been cleaned. De spite the Man s protests of innocence the e evidence seemed Strong against him. The marshal the each barrel has its own Peculiar imperfections in the Metal which lines and grooves on fired through the barrel.1 it might be. Said that Are the personal autographs barrel. Accepted As routine. In less than a Quarter of a jj1 Lii ii a the Fri s scientific ing Barr tools for use against crime and of " each when the expert saw the same lines and grooves on both bullets he knew the Bullet that killed John. Nilima could have come from one gun Only gun owned by the Eskimo. The sex convict was freed. The mor and More Complex and progressively More effective with a borrowed Mien scope ultraviolet Equi ment an instrument for Elamir and a Evv other Odds and ends attempts to murder landlord for heat Detroit w a to i n s h Ture in Detroit dipped to three below Zero thursday and Mur Phy 38, complained to his landlord John Watkins 50, that his was t warm enough. When Tanner failed to con pulled out a pistol placed against Watkins head a pulled the trigger five time the gun misfired each time a Tanner . House. Tanner was picked up by police and arraigned on a charge my f majr Jon. It 1h7. E Fri Laboratory was offi ally in operation on nov. 24, 32. Twenty four years later this million Dollar Laboratory had he me an., institution in american w enforcement with the serv Ces of its. Experts and equip ent available to local Law in mail Rise in 57 Washington Carlson a Kan said believes Congress will this year., however the Kansan. Indicated in an interview he was t sure the lawmakers would go along full 654-million Dollar annual increase request. De in president budget. Carlson is senior. Publican Senate Post of. Fico committee. Hic and spectre Photometric sex Minati ohs the document Sec Tion handles handwriting Type writing forgeries fraudulent Hecks obliterated writing extortion papers charred related examinations and the Electron is Section is engaged in design ing and developing new electronic equipment for use in and in setting hip and main Tain Irig. A network of radio stations Lor use in the event of an Emer Eisenhower did not spell out. How he proposed to get additional Revenue explaining he would leave that for a message. _ 1 but administration have said Congress will be asfied1 to boost the letter rate from to 5 cents an Bouli Carlson and chairman Olin johnson1 dec of Post office committee was no doubt that such Revenue As seeks could be obtained Only by raising the first class letters mail rate by two cents. It broached dec. 31 at 1 a White House meet ency. Reference fates include photographic copies j checks and anonymous1 letters Type specimens from virtually every of american typewriter animal1 hairs including some.1 from a Wallaby and a rubber heels and tire samples of the paints used by automobile Man fac and differ ent records of watermarks in paper. Day after Day these files provide the clues which help to proposal into opposition from some key Republican. Leaders who said is Congress never would approve a of forged after Balking , in _ l last tour years at an link a suspect with a crime. 4 cents. The proposed 654 million Lar increase in postal Revi this year s budget would prevent the 651 of lion deficit now forecast. For. 1958, starting next july 1. The deficit in fiscal 1956. 464 millions. For the year it is estimated at 433 millions Carlson said he believes Gress is ready to come to with the Issue in this in Iii leg types. One b exactly yours sizes. 8 to. .10 Type 2. Average in to 11 Type 3. 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