Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1963 · Page 17
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 17

Long Beach, California
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Tuesday, April 2, 1963
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U.S. Tourists Flee Syrian Riots DAMASCUS, Syria w» -- The RevoIuUWr/Council Monday damped an 18-hour curfew throughout Syria to halt massive demonstrations by supporters of President Nasser of the United Arab Republic Syrian* scurried off the streets amid spasms of submachine gun fire. Worried American and European tourists took shelter in tteir hotels. Some left in can ,,,,,.,,,,._, TM-« ,. ,,, BERCHTESGADEN, Germany WV-- The World Around 15 Skiers Missing * for Lebanon. · Troops and heavily armed police fired ia the air, beat back thousands of demonstrators with clubs and sprayed them with dyed water. The marchers, students, workers and others, chanted · "Nasser, Nasser, Nasser." It was the second day of demonstrations in defiance of govemmment *""« Even bigger demonstrations were reported ia the northern commercial center of Aleppo. Playgirl Returns LONDON (UPI) -- A shapely red- haired model who caused a political storm in Britain's Parliament when she failed to appear as a witness in a trial, appeared in court Monday and was ordered to forfeit a $112 bond. Christine Keder, 21, whose friends included a British cabinet minister and a Soviet diplomat, 3 was given a month to«* pay the forfeit or go to CHRISTINE jail for a month. Miss Heeler created a furor last month by absenting herself from the witness stand at the trial of her Indian boyfriend, John Arthur Edgecomb- Edgecomb, 34, charged with shooting with intent to murder, was sentenced to seven years in prison. Fifteen German and Austrian skiers have been missing since Saturday in an alpine area on the German-Austrian border. Bavarian border police reported Monday. The group left this German resort town Saturday afternoon oa a skiing tour cp 257-foot Hoher Goell Mountain. Polke expressed fears the skiers might have been hit by an avalanche. Rescue groups are making their way through snow and dense fog up the mountain. Adenauer in Trouble BONN (UPI) -- Chancellor Konrad Adenauer's Christian Democratic Party admitted Monday it is in deeper trouble as result of Socialist victories in Sunday's Rhineland-Palatinate state elections. The party lost six seats to the Socialists in the state parliament, the sixth such loss in state elections sines Adenauer lost his absolute majority in the Bonn Parliament in 1961. "Mine Talks lo Start PARIS Of*--Representatives of four big French mining unions win meet with officials of the state-owned coal mining company today to talk about a settlement on the month-long mine strike, official sources announced Monday night. th!^ -^ 'South Pacific 1 Star lo Marry _-, bifcre, said g wi2 be at thi of t o t e ! e x e c u t i v e *ven, They prani announced their engagement honeymoon ia Fana Springy month ago. The 21-year-old »ctress.lAnea, 27. IAS VEGAS «=*-- oaa O'Brien, star of Pacific.- FESTIVAL TICKETS OX SALE Stanny Van Baer, Miss IBC of 1962, sells tickets to Festival of Fun and Fashion to Vice Mayor Bert Bond (left) and City Manager John ManselL The festival, sponsored by Downtown Long Beach Associates and Navy Shipyard Employes Association for the benefit of the Community Chest, will be staged at 8 pjn. April 24 in Long Beach Arena. Tickets available at DLBA, 601 Pacific Ave,; Buff urns', Walker's, Sears and Penney's. Freighter to Deliver i Cuba Supplies Today WASHINGTON (UPI) -The 5,400-ton H o n d u r a n freighter Copaa will sail for Havana from Philadelphia today with $4 million worth of food and medical supplies under the prisoner exchange agreement with Cuba, American Red Cross headquarters announced Monday. [ The Copaa is the fifth ship donated to the Red Cross to 'ferry Cuba. So far, nearly 60 percent of the $53 million in goods ex- · changed for Bay of Pigs pris-| 'oners has been delivered, the Red Cross said. $ $ $ $ $ $ $ s s s s s s s s s s s s Iwdb Oi».. TM. Awl 1 1*1 lNDE?£NOENT-fi 3 «.H The marriage is the first for ''AC-COVCRED AS LOW AS F R E E ESTIMATES TO. « PJM. GIIBEYS GO IttCGET UPHCLSTUT t IXTEllORS -- 531) Unj Buck Bltd. ^ fefti n hat fcfld ta IS* to. CiSq'j UiIU teti li] 5«. B Pa*. 0!t fcni Sjiai. E t L Uq. lit. taaaS. KM. tOMd b USsrf tat\in taiaii test*?. *-: Juvenile Terror-Tliief Gangsters oi Moscow Had Woman Leader MOSCOW (UPI)--Authori-'not disclosed/but press r e - j K h v o s t o v , who had two ies in Moscow have broken'ports said 13 of its numbers|brothers in jail for crimes and ties . .. up a gang of teen-age delin- had b e e n expelled from whose mother, according to quents led by a woman thatjschools. Three members were press reports, was a "drunk specialized in robberies and said to have been members and a hdy of light behavior." terror-thefts from young and 'of the Young Communist middle-aged women, press reports said Monday. The gang's activities were reported in the Soviet press ia one of the rare public admissions here of a Juvenile crime problem. According to published reports, the gang threatened girls and women with knives, stole pocketbooks, money and watches and even took the shoes off w o m e n ; on the street. At times, the reports said, the j u v e n i l e s even prowled along fashionable Tfnin Avenue oa Moscow's outskirts where many foreign diplomats are housed. · · * * . THE GANG was reported also to have stolen cars for joyriding. A 24-year-old w o m a n , whose name w a s not dis closed, was said to have directed the group, whose mem bers ranged ia age from 14 to IS. Published accounts of the gang's apprehension blame* i n d i f f e r e n c e and "I don' care" attitudes oa the part o local teachers, parents, police and even Young Communis League authorities for the teen-agers* drift into crime. The size of the gang wa Press reports called the gang members "ordinary but neglected children" who had run loose because authorities , had closed their eyes to the E L E C T BORGNY BAIRD (Un.WMJrewW.laMl pant ia the group was said boy named Kolya!situation. BOARD OF EDUCATION 1c Lawyer if Mother -k Civic Leader "THE ONLY WOMAN FOR THE JOBTM VOTE APRIL 5 · B W B M B B V V V J · · · mtmm^ «· -^ »»-» -- -- SaVS AISOp. Six months 930, JFK was riding high-' But-sayi Stewart AIsop--just look, at him nowl Trouble with Congress. Trouble with Canada. And bis trouble with Charles de Gaulle. As Alsop seel it: ( TDe Gaulle has licled the liver and lights out of Ken^ 'nedy's Grand Design." In this weeVi Saturday Evening Post, Editor Alsop frfportj on the collapse of our foreign policy. You'll read how de GauHe pulled the rug out from under Kennedy--and why Kennedy can't urile back. Learn whether the President will bring our troops home from Europe. How we can't force Germany to choose between w and de Gaulle. ^Tiy even the British are angry with us. And why, for the first time iince the war, 'we're in no position to male Europe knuckle under. Also: Meet TVs hottest pew comedienne. For years, Dorothy Loudon was k»i ia the show-biz shuHe. Then along came the Garry Moore show-and wham! Learn how a "disastrous" appearance with Ed Sullivan turned out to be Dorothy's big break. How Garry Moore gave her "every chance to taiL" And why sue- cess hasn't made her "as happy as I thought I'd be." Meet Dorothy Loudon in this week's Post. _ [Ameriafi mat quoted i7Wgan7ie i^BBESESj'glg^yjijjateffi^Si'^^*'** i" *· '·"^-^·--^·-- IT'S ARRIVED! A who! 8 trainload of the newest bright, est, finest aluminum made . . . end every bVof it slated to go Into the construct-on of the finest aluminum polio covers and kttr^ And until this ovcf* ownings cnywneie · · · ^* flow of material i* reduced to a m normal inventory, we're going «o ««« e «h end every model at the lowest pnces ever in the Biggest Sale ever! f /i ALL ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION 1 i: This rtlAics*.ii .?/ Fully SCREENED-IN PATIO "i* ««B»«ni CITW' _ · n 11VT M( C|mejtl aiS noc j| -- ; K3 5i 1 : KOTHIN6 DOWN! . | st PATMENT SEPT, I 7*£3 I Ml \*WxS. "·Cjvn^-i*" ==£5*i fJ^VJ ^61? ONE STEREO ONLYH ^rv N J? NTD ° f O?6MOSr Plus PAYWENT FOR (O. $50 Worth of Sterca Rec- ««Ii t IS Fomeid 45 WM RccorJsl l i ^ . 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