Independent from Long Beach, California on February 11, 1958 · Page 12
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TIM., F«k. 11. 1MI Page B-4--INDEPENDENT Story v Hduse Postpones Awaited in Fog Crash TORRANCE -- Authorities Monday were attempting to establish the cause of a Sunday plane crash that killed three men and seriously injured a fourth. Civil Aeronautics Administration investigator Frank Allen said he planned today to talk to Robert Dye, 30, of Los Angeles, sole survivor among the occupants of the light plane that plunged to earth minutes after takeoff from fog-bound Torrance Municipal Airport. -Dye is in serious condition at Harbor General Hospital with a head Injury and a broken left ankle. His condition Monday was reported as "improved." * * * · . F U N E R A L arrangements "-were completed for two of the ;-dead, Lars (Larry) A. Cromp, ··i25, of 2675 Dolphin St., San .'Pedro -pilot and owner of the ·-craft and Edmund S.. Hughes, '.' 60 of 835 W. Fourth St., San Pedro. Service for the Rev. ' Kelly R. Meritt Jr., 23, of Kear- '.ney, Neb., is pending at a van iNuys mortuary. y The rite for Cromp is set for 'i2 p,m. Friday at the Stone · Myers Mortuary here with the -Rev Lester Hoffman, of .-San ''Pedro's T r i n i ty Lutheran '''-Church, officiating. Service for '··Hughes will be at 10 a.m : Wednesday at the Cleveland "Funeral Home in San Pedro, ."' with the Rev. F. Harold .Essert, ·' of the San Pedro First Meth" : odist Church, officiating. * * « · ALLEN SAID he believes "· that cither the "craft had' a : power failure or that the pilot "·'lost his sense of direction in ; the fog that covered the area ' before the crash in a- flower "" field when the plane grazed a ' house, crumpled two-fences, and struck a tree. ; Records in C.A.A. headquar- ·" ters at Washington were being '' : checked Monday to determine -' if Cromp was certificated for · instrument flying. If 'not, his · : takeoff in the fog was illegal, 1 Allen stated. The victims were flying to Medford, Ore., to attend the funeral of a Coast Guardsman killed in the Feb. 1 air tragedy at Norwalk. The victim oi: that disaster was a cousin of Dye and a friend of the Rev. Mr Meritt, who was to deliver a funeral message. prbpriations subcommittee which handled the bill, agreed to call.a meeting of his group to .consider any request to testily that the administration [own WASHINGTON' (HE--The . House Monday poitponed: a showdown on President Eisenhower's request lor $750,000 for the new 'Civil Rights ^Commission to glve-.the administration a chance to justify the request The vote, of 85 to 67 auto r matically deferred a vote'on -a 14 million'dollar appropriation bill for the White -'House- and several minor agencies. An appropriations subcommittee will hear any testimony the. administration wishes to submit. · 'The postponement came' Sen. Paul H- Douglas. (D-HD and 15 other senators · opened a bipartis'an-^-but uphlll-^lrive knocked out .of; the 1957 civil 3 Lockheed Planes for Irish Airlines NEW YORK . Iff)-- Seabban .Western .Airlines Inc. sai Monday It , has. (contracted .· to supply Irish Airlines, with three ' ' , Lockheed ',« u'p e r-Constellation planes, flight" crews -and' main tenance for-the line's new trans Atlantic service, scheduled. ; t be inaugurated between ...New irk and Ireland in-April o breathe iiew section .thr'je" life -Into the t h a t was might make. I However, Rep. Emamiel Cel- ]«r. (D-NY) failed .to get as' on tha fund request once the commission is fully organized.' Andrews said only that "we'll. J££, \i/"Al A i J.l**4^-*« 'W »*-" TM~ · · , « ' . * surances from ' Andrews that cross;that _stream . when, wr the subcommittee would-act come to it" rights bUl. . / ' · . 'DOUGLAS INTRODUCED a ill -which .would.'authorize the ustiee- Department, to · start civil court? action against per- bhs -who'.:-deprive- anyone of civil rights generally. The law eha'ctedflast- year- was restricted o voting rights^ The House followed'the advice of,: its appropriations committee in 'deferring action on funds forithe-CiviTRights Commission. *The 'committee said iie -commission -was- not; fully organized and that the 'admin- stratibn , presented - so, testimony to justify the 'request. Rep., James Roosevelt. (D- Calif)';told the House-that the administration had. made ."no real drive to' get...the commission ;.'. organized." Rep. Adam Clayton. .Powell Jr. (D-NYh said the, next move was'up to the White House. '-. '· . *· '*" *' REP. GEOKGE W. Anders (D-Ala), chairman of. an. ap- What does it take to make a Newspaper Display Ad-Man? Let's fake a look at ]. P. HELLER STILL SAFE Manatrer Joe Futchik of Pep Boys store, 336 KfcInAve inspects floor safe which thieves todbuff^d to crack with, an electric drill e ·MondS. Kve radios were stolen from_t£ystores were found later in a parked car.--(Staff Photo. Canada Market Attracting U.S. , NEW YORK Iff). -- Canada is becoming an increasingly at- Veer Interfering With Man's TV! ^ ., ^T.X- -- -i -r~x,,,^ ufacturers, the National Indus- trail Conference . board said Monday. . The board surveyed the selling practices of 237 U. S. firms and found that'196 companies, or 83 per cent, now sell in Canada. One hundred ten have separate subsidiaries in Canada. A majority of these 110 indicate their Canadian- subsidiaries are wholly owned but that they are given a great deal of independ cnce. Many firms say Canadian executives staff the operation CHARLESTON, W. Va. jj on( j ay jogged a new kind of complaint -against deer. ' ' Conservation Officer R. Withers, Webster Springs, reported a' resident of. that county came into his office to say deer were interrupting television reception. . . . . ' . The man's TV 'antenna stands on a hill near his home.' He said deer, either are running into the lead-in wires and tearing them down,, or turning the antenna and' ruining the' picture by running against the pole. '· Dale Carnegie Public Speaking -- Memory '-'" r *·* AiwriTiti -- Human Department JACK HELLER ,, Lakewood Advertising Manager Independent, Press-Telegram . i Jack is Retail Advertising Manager of The Lakewood.Office of The Independent, Press-Telegram where he and his .staff handle the sales and servicing of advertising in the'Greater Lakewood area. ·· Jack joined The Independent, Press-Telegram in the fall of 1952. He started his newspaper career with the Cleveland Press in 1939 and his background includes duties as advertising manager and. co-publisher of three Ohio-weekly ; newspapers. Jack also started the Norwalk edition'of a semi-weekly, newspaper after' coming to California Jin January 1952. ' . He is a member of the Board of Directors of the Greater Lakewood Chamber of Commerce, and is a charter member and vice president of the Lakewood Rotary Club. Jack resides'at 4133 Lomina Avc. in the'City of Lakewood with his wife Virginia and their^ daughter, Barbara, 12. , If you ore in business In the Southland area, there h a qualified account executive ready and willing to serve YOU. always carries you : lightly enjoy it in^yournext highball Blended Scotch.Whisky. 86.8 Proof. -Sole Distributors: BrownB.vmtntrs.Co., Inc., New.York, N.Y. (Independent Phone Display Advertising, HE 5-1161, Ext. 249 New Fold SlyltsJd*--America's loweat-priced pickup with cab-wide box-SEE YOUR FORD DEALER

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