Independent from Long Beach, California on May 17, 1957 · Page 18
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 18

Long Beach, California
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Friday, May 17, 1957
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Pa 9 'e I g-INDEPENDENT «-· ·"* «·"«· rt - ."* m wr stery Fan's Tip Leads to Arrest of Victim's Son CRAWFOBDSVILLE. Ind. UE) -- A tip from a mystery maga- line fan and a confession by a son that he murdered his mother rei^d marly three yean ago led dopu California and Mexico Plan Parley SAN FRANCISCO W»-Atty. Gen. Edmund G. Brown Thurs. day said a conference of Me* lean and United States officials will be held In San Diego May 21 to plan closer coordination for more effective steps against narcotics, juvenile delinquency and other mutual border problems. Brown said he would attem nnd that also present would be a representative of Gov. Dot Braullo Sandei Maldonaldo o" . Raja California. Mayors Rau Tlznado Asullar of Mexlcall and Manuel Qulrei of Tijuana; San Dices Police Chief Elmer Jansen, iil-ad of the California Peace Officers Assn.; San Dl«£o Coun ty Sheriff Bert Stiand nnd M R. Toole, acting regional com' mlstloncr of the VS. Immlgra tlon and Naturalization Service for the Southwest United States "THE PURPOSE of the conference," Brown said, "Is to define and discuss law-enforcement problems which spill over the- International border and In which California and Baja California have a police responsibility. "We seek to keep the border unimpaired as a generator ol good will and of economic and cultural Interchange. There are offenders against International amity on both sides of the bor der end we Intend to launch n co-ordinated drive on ( them." The attorney general said Col Ifornla has a responsibility to maintain a tight rein on juveniles and adults who come from all parts of California and ere ate, enforcement problems for officials on both sides of the border. "EVEX A PBOBUOI for which Callfomlans feel tha Mexico has a primary respon slbillty. as the drug traffic. I a. two-way street." Brown said ·"There would be no narcotic source problem In Mexico If we did.not have American narcotics wholesalers, pushers and users.' Brown said California had an especially great responsibility "ar to the movement of oui juveniles across the border when the temptations of mart juana trip them." 'The problem of Venereal dls ease Is also serious. A threshing out of these problems at the M»y 22 conference should help us to combat them more effectively," Brown said. ts to her grave In an abandoned farmhouse Thursday. Deputies, following directions D y the Cincinnati, Ohio, foun(1 thd dismembered remains of a human body be- eath the floor of an old farm- ouse near Crawfordsvllle. The remains were presumed to be those of Mrs, Pearl Hart- ige, 56, of Evsnsville. Ind., who ad been missing for nearly iree yean. · · · · \ IN CINCINNATI, C l i f f o r d Vatson. 41, a former Evansvllle tation operator, con- MRTIN'S SCOTCH fused he shot and killed his mother In 1914, Watson was trapped when a Cincinnati neighbor bought a copy of the current Issue of Inside Detective magazine. The magazine contained an article entlUed: "What Happened to Pearl HartlageT" It toW the story of her disappearance and was Illustrated with pictures of the missing- woman and her son. The detective story fan tipped off police that his neighbor matched the. picture of Mrs. Hartlage's son. Police went to Watson's home and found him packing to leave.] He, too, had bought a copy of the magazine and decided It was time to get out of town. , · · · · * WATSON confessed the killing, saying hl» gun went off accidentally as he and his mother scuffled In a gasoline station they' operated together. He cut up his mother's body, he said, and kept the remains close to htm for nearly a year. At first, hu burled her body behind the station, he said. Then, after Evansvllle police questioned him, he dug up the remains and left town with his wife and children. . · He rented the old house near Crawfordsvllle, ripped up the flooring, and buried his again, h« said. County author- Itles received word that Watson was In the area, but by the time they located the house he had slipped away again with his family. ADMIRAL, 91, PEEKS AT FUTURE 'Always Be a Navy? for Golf, Gallavantiri' LOS ANGELES W) -- The napolls Naval Academy'* oldc«t living was graduate said Thursday he juit hatei to tee capital ships being displaced by airplanes and jub- marines. Retired Adm. Richard Harrl ion Jackson, 91-year-old former Pacific Fleet commander, doesn't deem the future completely black, however, · "We'll always have to have n mother Navy became three fourths of the world's surface consists of seas," ho said. THE ADMIRAL, who retired In 1930, told a news conference he was graduated from An In 1887 and his first ship the frigate Constellation. The old 'salt, here from his home In Coronado, Calif., as consultant for a television show, also remarked: He Is devoted to "golf, gar- cloning and gallavantln'," "The only glasses I use arc the drinking kind." "The Navy grog ration (long since discontinued) never hurt nnyonc." Ho doesn't expect to fight In any future war as, "none of my family ever did much after the age of 94." Alcoholism Main Cause of Death in Paris PARIS .(HE)--More people die In Paris hospitals of alcoholism than of any other ailment, a survey shows. ' . The survey made by an official of the Hotel-Dlcu medical clinic showed 27 per cent of death* In Paris hospitals were due "directly" to alcoholism. 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