Independent from Long Beach, California on April 2, 1962 · Page 7
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 7

Long Beach, California
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Monday, April 2, 1962
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\ Catholics · ··· Race Row ORLEANS WV-The thsHc archbishop ol "!lNew Orleans has threatened .;, several leading segregation ists here with excommunlca yon. a high 'church official disclosed Sunday. ..^Personal letters, this source ria'id. went to each Catholic .on the platform Friday dur- '* r "i"nj: a meeting of the mill ..tantly segregationist White '"'Citizens Council. On the plat ''.'form were E. Ross Buckley Republican candidate for mayor, and Lcandcr Perez political boss of St. Bcrnarc and Plaquemincs parishes ' ·^CONFIRMATION J»item, action of the by Archbishop -JJoseph Francis Rummel came Rafter Mrs. B. J. Gaillot Jr. LJ president of Save Our Natioi Inc., said she -'threatened. had been £*· Mrs. Gaillot and members f of her group picketed th | residence of Archbishop-co ·, ;«djutor John Patrick Cod; ; following an announccmen ( t h a t schools in the archdio t ccse would be dcscgrcgatci ,* fall. *·;** * * * * jfjJtASKED WirV she though *tlje church was contcmplatin i taking extreme action agalns j, her, Mrs. Gaillot said, "I am ; j assuming because of m [ stand on segregation." FROM 9 TO 5 "there arc quite a few fibs n that letter so you'd better close It with 'sincerely'.'' Indonesians Claim Rule of Dutch Isle TJIE HAGUE, Netherlands MV-A radio broadcast from Indonesia claimed S u n d a y Indonesian infiltrators are In full control of the West New Guinea island of Waigeo, bu a Dutch government spokes man dismissed the report a: propaganda. In Jakarta, Col. Soejardo Indonesian army spokesman said he had no such report cither, but suggested th islanders themselves m a y have thrown out the Dutch, The state-owned Radio Re public in Jakarta Insisted h o w e v e r , that Indonesian forces held all the island an had Inflicted heavy casualtie on Dutch marines sent from nearby West New Guinea. Continued From Page A-I) rgucd earlier Sunday and ycrs left his own automobile "the track to return with the hers in Moore's car. Moore, who was driving, his ife and Predlum were In the out seat: Mr. and Mrs. Myers nd their son, Jeffrey Arnold ycrs, 14 months, were In the ar seat on the return from track workout. ' · Police said Mrs. Myers was hot twice In the chest and nee in the face. I heard Ruby yell, 'Jackie! ackie!' and then there were be shots. I don't know how any. At least three," Moore said. "1 turned around and he ointcd the gun at- me anc old me to drive to the police ation." ' · · · .* * · *. MOORE SAID they had just umed off Katella Road onto Los Alamitos Boulevard when le fatal shots were fired. Moore said he told Myers You know they'll get you fo: his." "He told me, 'Yeah, I know want you'to have Jeff," loore related. As the car ncarcd State Col cge, Moore said he glancet o the rear and saw Mycr ·joint the revolver at his own cmple and squeeze the trig Ship Arrivals, Departures VlUll e*Ul« INflr) .. __L. . Al«iandf0 VclT* (ft.)" Bgnenia (Nor) ,, Bandort (Bet) . _ - - . - Chamam Canada ISwdl Cata«a Hn ITkrl Fran _ . . AAoroM IT.r) . f. E. Wfvefr-aeinef ,--,..,,, G*o. S. tona _ ____ General Rivera lUt) Hera (N»rl - - - - Hiwanan Ctfjttfcr . Horace Irvinf ,,__ ,,. Hovanger Ner Jvrf.e * 1 IBM) Kvcfcet .Warv (J«o) _~ ... -- Kohmal Mini * 2 IJaei _ Korean Be»r _ -- - _-- Itcvllla (Nor) Monmpun (Ikr) Manhattan Maru IJae] Maria FrandKal (Mai! (Cem»lle by Marina CiChantt) ACTIVB VEHELS IN PORT ·trth Operator- DM ta Salt f\ , LB 5* Can. Gtii! U-"» Aor. 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MOORE said Myers ame to the Moore house Sun day afternoon and. after t leated argument with his wife, eceived permission to take he baby to the track in his wn car. The others went with Moore. "This will be the last time can see him," Myers said be- 'ore the group left, according ,o Mrs. Moore. Mrs. Moore said Mrs. Myers lad planned to move into the Moore home after the papers lad been served. The couple had lived together until Sunday, according to Mrs. Moore Mr. and Mrs. Myers were married In 1958, according to Mrs. Moore. Both .came to California from Ponca City Okla. * * * · ' MOORE SAID Myers hat been riding since he was I or 9, and had been a registered]] jockey since he was 1C. Los Alamitos Race Course I! docs not open until April 9.11 Moore and Predium worked briefly Sunday at the track || and both said Myers "just walked around with the baby."] Mrs. Moore said Myers; made no attempt to talk with; his wife at the track. As the workout ended, Mrs. Moore said she saw Myrrs "fumble around In the trunk of his car," and then walked to the Moore car. where he asked to ride back to town. Both bodies were taken to Harris Colonial Mortuary on orders of Deputy Coroner ienry Ehrcnkranz. L o n g Beach homicide detectives Walt Williamson. Errol F. Gccnlcaf, Sgt. Frank Welch and Inspector GaroldMcIntirc conducted the initial investigation: Long Beach juvenile minorities took custody of the Infant. High School Event Two hundred fifty young dancers and baton twirlers will participate in a spccia event at 7:30 p.m. April K at Earl Warren High Schoo gymnasium in Downey. Train Hits Car, il Persons Die DRUMMONDVIHK,' QucJ AP--A train rammed a car carrying elht persons at a crossing east of here Sunday. All In the car were killed. The victims were members of two families trom 'Ihetford .lines. Que. i The driver. Michel Forticr. apparently had not seen the rain through falling snow. The dead were: Mr. and Mrs. Bcrtrand Gagnon. 33 and 27; and their children. Richard, 8, and Andrcc, C; Mrs. J. II. Forticr. GG. and her children. Louise. 30. Michel, 24, and Claude. 20. UN IMO. tai. Ma. Aavii t HU INDEPENDENT--Pige A-T Foreman Clark Registration Time SACRAMENTO (UPI) -Gov. Brown Sunday reminded Califomians that April 12 is the last day to register to vote in the June 5 primary, STOCK MARKET LE.CTURE: A FREE Mf*rt Witt b« flvffl tl "Haw la limit aad It«!« H Ifta Slac* MMtt.- uAr|.tl«m .1 J:» P.M. ·r CKEN Ctrtttr U Aarll 4. Manan 1 Part ·. -- .. ThdrV, Santa R -- , · ---- - -- ...... -- ttr, 312* Santa RttalU Df- LA. MOST RELIABLE TV EVER-* MOTOROLA Navy Ships in Port Today l»anc» _ ruth . ucftanvi . «k gt'emul . aeaon .^ hevalier . Conttant Ovt . .Pier tiWarton . ;S*l 10 Navaida .. Ptrkms _Buov« Uli bosT'Ssr r nMn -Pier » i tf*»rdi. R'cMnf J____ 'nenw _ _Pier f » » Fellow I !· Sn*art . 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