Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 9, 1961 · Page 4
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A4--INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM Long Biach, Cil 1 !.. Sunday, j D ly I, 1961 LDNEW5 BRIEFS Bomb Hoax Stalls Mail Deliveries Cooley on Trial Monday; Slates Not Guilty Plea t ROBERT WILKE Abducted? LOS ANGELES (/P --- A bomb scare delayed mail deliveries in the Los Angeles area for two hours Saturday. Police and postal inspectors checked thousands of sacks of mail with fluoroscopes and hearing devices to detect time mechanisms in packages. They found nothing suspicious. An anonymous telephone caller had said bombs were scattered through Southern California mail. The caller, an unidentified woman, had warned authorities in Ventura and Oxnard that bombs mailed in Oxnard were set to explode at 6 a.m. Officials said she sounded hysterical. Mail bags from Oxnard were traced to the Los Angeles International Airport, the Downtown Terminal Annex and a mail truck driving in the Bakersfield area. Long Beach mail was not affected. Patrolman Feared Kidnaped LUCAS, Iowa (UP1)--Iowa state police Saturday feared that a patrolman, missing since early morning, was kid- naped. Authorities said Patrolman Robert Wilke's squad car was found on a side road about four miles south of Lucas. Wilke's empty gun belt and summons book was found about a mile away in a ditch. State Safety Commissioner Carl Pesch said it was believed Wilke had been abducted by " p e r s o n s un ; known." A massive air and ground search was launched. Four planes and a helicopter from Iowa and Missouri were spearheading t h e s e a r c h which was centered on the state's Grand River Forest preserve area. Wilke was reported missing by his wife who became alarmed when he did not return home from work. Left Without Clue MOAB, Utah W)--Western lawmen, left without clues by the suicide of their prime suspect, searched the Utah had- iands Saturday for a teen-aged girl who was kidnaped by a highway robber after he murdered her mother. They said they are certain they will find Dcnise Sullivan dead, that the 15-year-old Connecticut tourist was probably killed by her abductor soon after he fled with her down a desert road Tuesday night. Her abductor was Abel B. Aragon, 36, an unemployed coal miner who won the nation's second highest medal for valor as a 19-year-old Marine fighting the Japanese on Guam in 1944. He killed himself when arrested by officers Friday night near Moab. Assassination Grenade Falls WASHINGTON (UPI) -- The State Department said Saturday two men tried to assassinate Frederick L. Nolting, U. S. ambassador to South Viet Nam, by throwing a homemade hand grenade into his car in Saigon. The assassination attempt failed when the grenade did not go off. A State Department spokesman said. 108 Perish in Mine Blaze PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia W) -- A roaring fire swept through a coal mine in the Carpathian Mountains killing 108 miners Friday night, the official news agency Ceteka reported Saturday. Ceteka said the rapidly spreading fire in Dulka mine was battled until early Saturday morning by rescue teams rushed in from throughout the Ostrava Karvina coal basin. Cause of the fire was not announced. "In spite of superhuman efforts to save the trapped men," Ceteka said, "108 miners lost their lives." By GEORGE FLOWERS y.sH Wrlttr BAKERSFIELD -- Donnell [Spade) C o o l e y , one-time "king of Western swing," goes on trial for his life in Kern County Superior Court here Monday. Charged with beating and torturing his wife, Ella Mae, to death last April, in their Water Wonderland r a n c h home at Rosamond, Bakersfield, C o o l e y has pleaded not guilty, and not guilty by reason of insanity. The state's star witness will be Coo l e y ' s 14-year-olc daughter, Melody, who told a coroner's jury that her father forced her to watch him kil her mother. * * * * MELODY HAS been i plainly hostile witness against her father. Defense attorney P. Basil L a m b r o s says frankly: "She hates him." District Attorney Kip I Nelson, wlio heads the prose cution, said Saturday that he expects the selection of a jurj to take only a few days. A lotal of 120 prospective juror has been summoned. Nelson refuses to say if he vill ask the death penalty. LAMBROS HAS frankly ndicated that the Cooley de- 'ense will hinge largely on the nsanity plea. Although psychiatrists appointed by the court have already determined that Cootey is sane, and thus must stand trial, the ultimate decision will be made by the jury. If Cooley is found guilty ol murder in the trial beginning vlonday, he may make two more appearances before the jury. The first will be to de [ermine his sanity. If fount sane, he will go back before the jury for its decision the death penalty. Pat Lady Dies ST. JOSEPH, Mo. UP) -Texas Dolly, a professiona fat lady with circuses anc carnivals, died Saturday at a St. Joseph hospital at the age of 63. Once she had weighed near ly 800 pounds dut due to ill ness had dropped down tc 400. NEW GARB, EMBLEM Meter Readers Now Distinctive City meter readers no longer have to worry about being mistaken for burglars or Peeping Toms. For the first time, the Municipal Gas Department last week outfitted the 20 metermen with uniforms designed to quiet the fears of nervous householders. Before dispersing for their daily rounds the readers don beige poplin shirts, grayish tan trousers and Foreign Legion-type caps. A circular emblem with a twin-flame figure decorates the cap and shirt as well as the jacket worn on cooler days. Supt. L. L. Bendinger of the gas department ordered the uniforms after some embarrassing incidents involving hasty police alarms. The metermen read both gas and water meters. Singapore Bans Cosfume UNIFORMS STAND OUT To quiet the fears of nervous householders, the city has now outfitted meter readers in uniforms so they will not be mistaken for burglars or Peeping Toms. Here William O. Spear, 23Gi/ 2 Chestnut Ave., peers from his rear door as John D? Graff, outfitted in new uniform, reads a meter.--(Staff Photo) KUALA LUMPUR, Malaya (UP1)--Tony Moynihan, son of a British peer, said Saturday that Singapore authorities have refused to allow his wife to perform her belly dance there unless she changes her costume. Moynihan's wife bills herself as "Princess Amina." The couple arrived from Bangkok to work at a night club here a f t e r being told that Amina would have to modify her two-piece costume in order to wiggle to Moynihan's bongo beat in Singapore. "Nothing in my wife's act could possibly be termed in- decent," Moynihan protested. But my wif« will not change her costume so we will not be going to Singapore." Moynihan is the oldest son of a distant cousin of Queen Elizabeth, Lord Moynihan of Leeds. [Envoy Dismissed HAVANA Uf) -- Eugenio Soler Alonso, Cuban ambassador to India, has been "dishonorably" dismissed from his post, the Foreign Ministry announced Saturday. It gave no reason for the action. The summer heat is driving n mad dogs and Englishmen" to distraction . . . but it's reminding prudent shoppers of . , , COMPLETE WEATHER FORECAST L«ng Beach and VIeinlry: Mcs!ly surwiy ^e.i!hEr Icday and Monday. Sams patchy early mirnir.y lay over coastal v/aleis. Not quite so warm. Hfh. temperature today abcuf 63. Mountain Aro^s: Mabfly sunny Isriay ^rd MorrJav, tut seme clo-.'dinesi In allernooni. Continued cuHe vi-iirm. Interior and Deserf Regions: Some hih c'ouds, but maslry sunny todw and McndBY. Chrce of Isolated a I tern con and even ng thunderstorms n-ar Co'o'sdo Plver valleys CoiKru-d hat. Hlch ferrDCMVre* today 100 1o 1!0 m cpixr valleys and 110 to 120 In Icwer val'evs. Offshore Wind and Wealhsr ( P f . Conception to Mexican. Border): LloM varfab'-i w'ndi becoming westerly 10 to ?0 fcnors in alfernaoos today and Monday. Mostly sun^y davs, but oa!chy to? and \3* ctouds n'o*it a-.d early morning hours. SllgMlv cooler in the aflerrooos. California H. L. H- L. Land Beach 93 65 Newport Beaih 74 62 Le^o Beach Airport.. 93 6? Palm Springs. TM__.,113 74 Lcs Anoeles 94 63 Riverside . 102 6 Ava'on ,, _ 74 53 Sacramer.to _ ,, 102 W BaVersflekJ ,, ,, , 99 « San Bernardifw _ 103 65 BIsN3D JOO 53 San Oleco . ._ . , 81 63 B'ylhe 11? 81 San Franciio ,,... 73 5? El Cenfro . ll? 77 Sanla Barbara 81 SI Fresno 100 61 Victorville _ ,.~lul M Acro« the Naricn H. L. Prc. H. L, Prc, //inneaDOM-SI Paul _ 76 5J . . New Orlein* 89 7? .6^ New York ai M . . Okiaf-oma City _ _ Omaha A N N U A L S T O R E W I D E MID-SUMMER A'buaueraue 90 65 . Atlanfc . . _ 32 63 .75 Bismarck 9J 53 _ Boston .. _ . . 69 5? _. Chicago _,, . 44 55 ... C'evefand 71 5J ,, Denver ... . .. 85 59 Dei //.olfles 73 63 .03 Detroit ,, 77 56 . . For I Worth » 73 _ . He'era ,, . 90 .63 _ . Jrdisnaoolis 7) 53 _ Kansai City 80 67 __ Las Vwas . .103 74 ,, Memphis . 91 7* __ Mla.Til !S *1 V.ilwauVee J " J "~ 71 Phoenix Pjrlsrxjroh Periled _ Reno Richmond St. Leu I Salt LaVe Cit/ Sealr'e Sockane Washington Highest Icmoeratur* Safjrrfav In t^» 43 acfla Needles, Ca1i(. Lowest w» 37 at Dululh. tf.T-r,. _ 9 5 71 ... 81 « ,, S? 62 _ __111 73 ,, 72 4Z _83 55 .,,. 9J 4i 5 « 1,57 _ 73 S3 ... _ 100 71 .01 75 53 ,, 83 Ai _ ,, 81 65 ,, !es was lid at ARTHRITIS, NEURITIS Rheumatism, Lumbago, Sciatica U you AT* troubled with STIFFENING, ACHING IK- FLA/A ED, SWOLLEN. PAINFUL JOINTS and MUSCLES you snouTd try OR. CHAN'S NATURAL THERAPY. Hundreds ot suiftrtr* who had Men pronounced hopeless nave food qulcJr relief throuoh a mcthcd thai tiai stood the !Ml of many centuries In China, Dr. Chan's funoss Cn[ft*sa Kerbs may help you bzck ID the road to Health and Happlr^it warn. OR. CHAN'S natural Chinese Herbs purify, tteanie aid restart the itomscfi, dyer ant) iPUen lo normal f-jnclion, preventing gas and tower the brood pressure. No matter wtwt your aliment ma/ b» there \i an herb ren-.idy Dr. Chen, D.C. HELP FOR SUFFERERS OF THESE AILMENTS · BUdtfer Trouble · Boils- · c*urrb · ConitJpilIwi OFFICE HOURS TuiJ FrI. ia t» 1J noon 3 fa 6 p.m. · Chronlt Co*/gK · Cramp* «r Minc Le? · Diirinesi · Drossy · Dysenrery · Eye Trouble · Call Bladder · Ecjuna · Headaches · Kidney Tro-jbli · Leg Trouble · Liver Troubli · Lumbzgs · Nervo-jwieii · Neuralgia · Piles Dr. Chan, D.C. Chinese Her!) Specialist 928 LONO BEACH BLVD. · Skin Trtubli · SKepressness · Sour STomach · Urlrwry Dileau · Vomiting E!la!|jf--ec! Ovtr » Yturj In Long Bcxli Ftar.i HE J.KH fND., P-T 7-9 41 Yes, far-sighted folks who use carpet and furniture have been waiting for about twelve months for Mr. Carl to spring another mid-summer event. Last year's sale was just about the hottest thing ever to hit Long Beach . . . but wait till you see how prices have melted this year! In spite of all this "warm" talk, we're air conditioned at 1250 E. Pacific Cst. Hwy. OPEN EVENINGS MONDAY thru FRIDAY 9 p.m. DURING SALE ARCS 1250 E. PACIFIC COAST HIGHWAY CARPET FURNITURE · MODERN ° PROVINCIAL A M P L E P A R K I N G A T R E A R E N T R A N C E H E 7 - 7 4 5 7

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