Independent from Long Beach, California on March 11, 1966 · Page 19
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. P«9« A-W-WDEfENDEOT f -: LONG ARM OF LAW Quentin Shadow *· . | Hits Bright Life fe SAN QUENTIN OB -- A month ago he was Donald ^.Vaughn, a Newton,-Mass, dry cleaner with a blonde wife, rinf, a new car and a fine record of attendance at church. Today he"g Donald Stewart Helen, ia an Isolation cell at Qoentln Priton at an es- retumed to resume .,- ,, a life sentence /or ^"murder, ~j. "I wanted to prove I could 7-lead 'a normal, law-abiding *? life," the 28-year-old Heien I 4 I "B P r For almost two years he ;; was Donald Vaughn. , · But the Federal Bureau of I Investigation punctured the ,r bybbje recently by arresting him at Newton, a Boston tub- urb. Hli wife, Joan, 21, mother of « boy and girl bom Dec. 3, wu astonished. "I don't know if I ever would have told her," Helen tald In hli isolation cell. "I wa» Identifying myself as a completely new person. "I had a checking account and ettablished credit. I had eewage d[sposa , p , ant on ^ DONALD HEIEN Allai Donald Vaughan | health Insurance and I bought * a new car and a TV. I was j never delinquent in my pay's inemV i Helen had been in San t Quentin almost eight. years 5 for tht robbery-murder of a t Los Angeles gas station at; , tendant when he walked to '.*. ' freedom in May, 1964, from a \ '· School-Bias Charged in Salinas Area LOS ANGELES VPl --Two consultants for the Stats Department of E d u c a t i o n 'Z charged Thursday that a ~: Salinas area school; district £ Has proposed a segregated ·I school for Mexican-A m e r i- ·I '· cans. * Richard Baca and Armando ^ Rodriguez told a news confer 7 ence that the Alisal school * ' district has requested federal V · funds to set up a school for £ , *i\ estimated 1,000 children of * ' migratory workers. ·i S u c h a school, Rodriguez ·'I taid, would be segregated he t * cause its enrollment would be i- solely Mexican-Americans. prison farm. This is how he sums u vhat happened after that: He took a cab to San Fran Cisco and a bus to Portland Ore. He worked two weeks as a pants presser, a trade h earned in prison. He went by bus to Nev York and advanced from $50 week delivery boy to $90-a week presser. Advertisements convincec him he'd do better at New ton. He v/ent to work then n July, 1964, at a cleanin plant at $125 a week. Ha met Joann through a Urban-Aid Plea Slated by Brown SACRAMENTO /B -- Gov. own plans a personal re- est to Washington officials free $200 million in urban newal funds frozen because the vote on Prop. 14, his fice said Thursday. Brown leaves for Washing- n today, joining other gov- mors who will be Briefed by 'resident Johnson on the Viet am war. The spokesman said Brown ill attempt to contact Robert W e a v e r , secretary of ousing and Urban Develop- ient, to urge that the funds y released. * FEDERAL officials blocked he California funds after the 964 vote on Prop. 14, which ullified state laws a g a i n s t Lscrimination in h o u s i n g . They already have. rejected a revious request by Brown to rea the money. Weaver has argued that i s impossible ederal contracts for urban re- ewal projects 'in California while the Prop. 14 vote is in ffect. The State S u p r e m Court will hear arguments on tie proposition this month. Japan, Russ Fish Parley Set in May Astronauts Put Gemini Through Last Dry Run CAPE KENNEDY (DPI) -.spoUjght early Wednesday During Hie flrnt nlgnt-»!de portion of 111* wulk, 8coll will hook up (i 70-foot lln« don a backpack In. Ocmlnhi aft section utid lliwi experi ment with a hamJ-liuld gun to control till inovcmontu I GUN IOB Alt WPOSU MARINE CLASS CO. A courtsh ended in Methodist Church marriag leien other employe, of six months alias Vaughn "wa really elated" when twin 3aniel James and Debora Susan were bom. Now Heien faces a grim fu ;ure. Already in for life, 1 may have to undergo a ne :rial if the prison disciplina committee recommends it. Heien said he proved to himself in 21 months that he is rehabilitated. But he has scant hope of convincing the State Adult Authority, or of winning a return to his family. Vet-Exemption Probers Qaim Hundreds Cheat SACRAMENTO t/PI -- The Sacramento County Grand Jury, reporting hundreds of unjustified veteran's tax ex emption claims, called Thurs day for sweeping reforms of the system In California. The jury said the state · should measure a veteran's assets at 100% of market value. Jury members also suggested that veteran's none fits take the form of statewide cash payments or con- cessions on home loans or income taxes. State law entitles a veteran to a $1,000 reduction in taxable property assessment; when he reports assets of less than $5,000 if married. The jury aid 599 Sacramen lo County veterans under paid their taxes by a total o $47,500. It said one veteran receiving an exemption hac property valued at $114,682. Just enough in every puff with new Montclair If you're looking for a menthol cigarette with a fresh new taste, try Montclalr. Montclair gives you just enough bright, lively flavor.. ..ju»t enough llglit, mlltl tnslc. That's because Montclair p u t s t h e menthol In * e filter, not in the tobacco. astronauts Neil AnnstrongUfaen he opens MOSCOW MV-The fisher- QUALITY at BARGAIN PRICES [nion, Alexander Ishkov, will record two-hour-and-10 min- an imaginary flight Thursday o to Japan in May for talks DRESSIJ tOU I««Y OCCAIIOH around the world. aunch Tuesday on apanese fishermen in certain Com. to 'end tttoiM LARGEST POPULAR PRICED SIOCK TOWU Sim 1 to 52 ond All Holl Sli» · · · 1 2 '/i lo o Ufjt 01 7h«y Com* Prlc.i 2.75, 3.«, 5.H, 7.1S onJ Up Our $12.95 D;«im Ar« Ttrrlflct acular three-day rendezvous, While linked to the space-. areas, according to Japanese sources. The sources said the areas ookup and spacewaik mis- craft with a 25-foot life line, he will retrieve a radiation ion. The day-long experiment from the capsule's nvolved are. the waters off rear adapter section, open a tolled for three hours by a ase power failure, was sched- slands. They declined to give Polly Petite Frock Shop 2310 Atlantic An. -- Op«n 7:30 to 5:30 Agena and use a special pow- led to run through the night er tool to tighten four bolts with results expected today. in a demonstration for future Barring hitches, the first part The report was made after if the preliminary countdown space maintenance men. wo sessions of the scientific will start Saturday. The test was a string of hree electronically simulated launches followed by a the Japanese and Sovie delegations discussing a fish eries agreement. series of mock orbital Both sides, Japanese sources Armstrong and said, agreed that great atten Scott were at the spacecraft's :ion should be paid to the r e s e r v a t i o n of crab re- ilastoff and then they parr sources in the western Kam tlcipated in the orbital exercises. 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