Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1962 · Page 4
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Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 2, 1962
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p« 9 , A-4-INDEPENDENT iMf IWtk. tt4. PAN AM SPECIAL! Camper Blast Victim Drives 40 Miles, Dies SAN BERNARDINO (UPI); --A 48-year-old former Army sergeant, burned seriously in a camper explosion, drove more than 40 miles to a hospital for treatment before he died In another hospital. Wesley Rowenhbrst of Tus A New Horizons Holiday -as low as $317, including air fare Seven flays of nin^hine nnil trnpiral brrozr.? in Hawaii for«nly-$317t. This one low-|ric« includes- your round-trip Jet economy Rainbow fare by Pan American Jet Clipper', 0 nights in a Waikiki hotel, . lei prcetinp, airport-to-hotd tran.'imrt.ttion, choice ' of All-Day Circle Island tour or Pearl Harbor Cata; maran trip, choice of Little Circle Island tour or ·' Mount Tantalus Drive, plus a Koynl City tour. Pan Am makesall the arrangements for you, FO there'* · nothing at all for you to do but enjoy your week in ' the sun. And you'll have lots of time for surfing and i sun-tanning at beautiful Waikiki Heach. l/mgcr tours ! include visits to the lovely outer islands! mvt , M i ·Tr.d-M.rk n/f. us. to. w. Call your travel agent or Pan Am (MAdison 9-3292) or mail this coupon to: Pal Amnlco* Airway till t Grand, 1*1 Ano,tl«l, Calilinla Pteaie «nd me. without obligation, further Information about (lew Horizons' Holidays In Hawaii. I im alto Interested in information on « Pan Am Jet Holiday f " Mimt_ ·/ Enjoy the Priceless Extra of Experience }.· on the World's Most Experienced Airline i fWfi«mf»««,..riW«»t"f«n.««i...WtiMin«i«i«...MlTr.«im-ei ven If ·you've never danced eforo you can co dancing tier only thrw hourt Inttruc- lon In «n approved itudloli- tnifd by Arthur Murray, Inc. ce for j-ounelf how enjoyable nd how caiy It li to learn to be- ome » beautiful danrtr. Co:ne n and take a Special half-hour rial Uuon.- VouTl be thrilled t how quickly you will be dine- nc-and bow fait yoa can learn nd broth up on the latest epi. Enjoy the Cha-Cha, Fox "rot,'Wallt-whaterer you Iih. Step In at your convent- nce-ttto liovr {ait you'll attp REWARD \fj thil ad will viiit Iht n« otJ · i c i t i n g MeHttrtiooa* Shop jut) ep«»td at SIJ Fi" Ait, |V« will bt tl»ard«d by biing abU to purchat* |l« very and ticHix? f a l h i o n l fer Spring and Eo.l.f. (in died In Norton Air Force Base Hospital Sundsy rJsh'.. Sheriff's deputies said Rowenhorst a p p a r e n t l y \tas using Raxolinc In his camper truck parked in Yucca Valley when the explosion occurred, demolishing the vehicle and blowing him outside. Itowcnliorst went to hia father's ranch and borrowed a vehicle to drive to San Bernardino Community Hospital. He was transferred to the air base hospital, where he succumbed. Deputies Identified Rowcn- ·horst's father as Raymond Visser of Yucoa Valley. | CASH IS EASY to raise .when you use Classified to 'sell articles. Call HE 2-5959. Ship Strike Talks Start at Capital SAN FRANCISCO (UW)- .eaders In the -17-day-old West Coast shipping strike will meet with Labor Secre- ary Arthur Goldberg in Washington today (or talks aimed at ending the dispute Goldberg Sunday sent tele prams to the Pacific Maritime Association and the three striking unions, asking them ;o a Washington conference 'in view of the serious effec of the shutdown..." A spokesman for the PMA said "we will attend" ant Morris Weisberger. for the Sailors Union of the Pacific Marine Firemen and Marini Cooks and Stewards said: · · · · 'THE THREE unions have received wires from Secretary of Labor Goldberg. They have conferred and advise they wil attend." The meeting was schedule* at 9 a.m. today in the Depart mcnt of Labor Building. Th unions went on strike Marc! 1C when negotiations to re place a contract that cxpirec Oct. 1 bogged down. More than CO of the 12 West Coast ships operated b; PMA members have bee; idled. Others will be tied u as they reach port. East Coas ships, foreign .vessels an military shipping were not af fectcd. The shipowners and union reportedly about $6 millio apart on a three-year con tract The PMA has offered package increase of 11.8 pe cent. The unions dcmande about 17.5 per cent. YOU CAN GO DANCING IN 3 SHORT HOURS... n an ARTHUR MURRAY Licensed Studio Highway 50 Open PLACERVILLE 0?)--U. S Highway 50 was reopened Sunday for one-way traffi after a massive rock slii! area near Echo Summit. out end dance with confidence! Studlojoptn dally from 10A.M. to 10P.M. GAIN CONFIDENCE CttMl to fM ««1ckl» ·t I IT IPFtt'K eiect ItlOt Hcmid tr Aninr Mwtir, Ut. *i je« ili» cot n t»« tact now ·i* lut rw (trtnr Uircti IM Unit te(i-i» fellnr mu tut -yet fttl ·· lofttr toH* * R 4 · rt« im« ·! suvrinct. )nt turn tieai ef w,!l tutti in to to ei»cirt-«««« H yctfit rmr tiKil btlwi. · FOR YOUR HEARING EVALUATION HEARING AIDS TO FIT YOUR LOSS urn BROWN-POTTER LAllS SOB ELM AVE., Diwitiwn, Long ttack HE 7-04*5 . . --Aiwdtted rrn« HAVOC OF THE TORNADO is surveyed by Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Harter of Milton, Fla. They and their baby daughter Lynette arc sitting on the site where their home (upper right) stood before the storm. The wind picked up the house and hurled it 75 yards. The Harters, in the house at the time, were uninjured.. Grim Residents Clean Florida Tornado Debris MILTON, Fla. OB--Stunned Milton residents, aided by about 1,200 relief workers, went about the job Sunday of clearing the debris from a tornado which killed 15 and caused an estimated $1.5 million property damage. National Guardsmen closed off the residential area In North Milton, hardest hit by Saturday's twister, to the cleanup could proceed with' out interference from sight' seers. Bulldozers worked under floodlights throughout t h e night r a k i n g the twisted wreckage and uprooted trees into piles. U t i l i t y trucks p o u r e d , from surrounding areas to get broken communications and p o w r r lines restored. Residents, cad-faced ost a relative in the storm had to be led away by friends when she broke into sobs. --Rickey, Debra. and Jessie. Bright sunlight aided the rescue o p e r a t i o n s and brought into full focus the devastation caused when the and two'other daughters -- ARTHUR MURRAY School of Dancing LONG BEACH 247 EAST FIFTH ST. Ph. HEnleck 7-0176 B, COMPTON f 04 S. IOUG BEACH (LVD. Phon. NEwmoiV t - 1 1 7 7 IJttfier--Fjtl JcllIC* Easter Cleaning NOW I PLAZA CLEANERS 6424 E. SPRING ST., L. 50-year-qld N e g r o woman, and her three small children They will be given a mass burial Wednesday. Mrs. Johnson was the mother of nine. ornado smashed a 400 feet wide and 7 miles long through the residential area of this town of 4,000 30 miles northeast of Pensacola. The list of dead remained unchanged at 15. Three were ;n critical condition in a Pensacola hospital and 23 others were being treated in hospitals. Another 54 injured were treated and released. Authorities said scores of others were given first aid or treated without going to a hospital. The task of burying the dead will get under way today , «,,«,,-. . and and c o n t i n u e throughout weeping, relumed Sunday to the week. Individual funer- I * ° . , . · -I- ··.:!! V.H **««Hii***ut nvs»tftnl poke through the ruins for items of sentimental value. One aged woman who had als will be conducted for Mrs. Gertrude Johnson Diane, 12, and Elvic, II--remained in a hospital bul were not considered in critical condition. Still clinging to life i n - a 'ensacola hospital ire Ron'- aid Helms, 25, and his 17- month-old daughter, Deborah. Helms' wife and young son. Ronnie Jr.. were killed whfin their Also Mary Russell, 62. The t o r n a d o which hit about 0 a.m. followed the same path as a Jan. 5 twister which slammed into Crestview, 30 miles cast of Milton, killing one and causing an estimated $2.5 million damage. home was flattened, on the critical list i Distraught Mother Fails in Try to Wipeout Family SAN MATEO (/B -- San Matco police said Mrs. Bar bara Victor, 30, mother ol five, declared Sunday she had made up her mind to wipe out her family. including her LAWSON'S 250 Pine Avc. 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'He could take off any time and stay away--but I can't. [ gotta watch the kids," Mrs. Victor told police. Mrs. Victor was taken to a lospital and held for observation under guard. Victor, a bartender, was in critical condition. Mrs. Victor told of putting an old .22 rifle to Victor's head and pulling the trigger while he lay on a couch. None of the Victor children.'; ranging up to 11 years old; was awakened by the shot."I didn't think the gun would shoot," she said. SAVE-BY-MAIL ... AND EARN 4 ^m or C8IIEKT UTt ^r" * K 'Ll TMtJ nn ti£l A H U . Ti tto n KcnnUat tat I clKi tnit't t [RiUb'i Strap ni In* AunciiKn. HI «i1 cm your tccwt r4 sc4 rou roar r» tiuteel v4 fnftt tiutvi tvti ti ritn K4i · fecnc* ksrii to $10.000 · ktnati Kiti kr rn ICtk ef in; wona itri ieirnt Ian Mia it tut tutu SAYWaS Now I Call Your Attention to This SPOT AD « * IM. c«n n MB TIVT tvtMtti tins niMaitrr »r»M .IT c«ti in* mnnmnf, rrn^Tiutrm OIMUT OWL Mr

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