Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1962 · Page 4
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P.g. A-4--INDEPENDENT LVK IMdh CUt. !»«.. Atrtl I. IM --A»9ditt4 Prnt CHILDREN OF ACTRESS ELIZABETH TAYLOR arc shown outside seashore restaurant near Rome Sunday after lunching with their mother. From left: Christopher Wilding, G; Lisa Todd, 3. and Michael Wilding, 8. Dice Roll as Gas Routs 71 From Vegas Hotel itr« remained at the dire and I tables and (lot machine*. Officials at Sunrise Hospl- al said six persons wcr« admitted but were In satlsfac- ory condition. LAS VEGAS WV-Seventy-, one persons were rushed to tospltals Monday overcome y chlorine gas that poured "rom a broken valve into the ventilating system of the Stardust Hotel. A hospital official said many of those treated were suffering more from fright than gas. "A lot of it was hysteria." .he spokesman said. Oxygen was administered at the hotel fur those not so seriously affected. Most seriously hit were employes. « » · « SEVERAL hundred persons were evacuated from the hotel when the gas used in treating swimming pool water seeped Into the kitchen and one of the hotel's three restaurants. There was no evidence of the gas In the casino. Play- SEND YOUR Easter deeming NOW I CAL CLEANERS 2628 CARSON, Lakewood Woikmen who had been repairing the valve tried (or 15 minute*--dashing one at a time back Into the room holding ther breath--before they could *top the leak. it's always a pleasure... ·: mellow 86 proof r I.W. HARPER THE GOLD MEDAL BOURBON MibM tu cirstt wwtir umtfc it rtw in w not* HIJUI n itM ttucii uincif t«nf n L «. Mini tiSTun; covnn. uwnui. mmat i Agreement f Reached on i U.N. Bonds WASHINGTON (UP1) -Senate Democratic and Re publican leaders Monday unveiled the bipartisan com promise they worked out to settle (he dispute over un derwriting part of the $20(1 million United Nations bund issue. Sens. Mike Mansfield, D Mont, and Everett M. Dirk sen, R-lll., laid before the Senate a proposal which would authorize the President to make "a loan" to the United Nations. Members of both parties agreed the loans could mean purchase of Ions- term low-interest bonds. * * * * THE COMPROMISE provided that the nmount of the loans could not lie more than $25 million above the total loans or bond purchases by other U.N. members. President K e n n e d y originally sought permission to buy half the U.N. bonds to help finance the world organization's Con' go and Middle East opera lions. Tarnish, discoloration, cooKed-in stains vanish easily, fast with AlumiClo.llurryl Save today! Liz, Eddie Reveal Plans to Divorce (Continued From Page A-l) Michael Wilding, ducer Mike Todd. and pro- DIVORCE ended her first two marriages, and Todd was B JFK P rd Hits Tax ovson I READ all of the paper · · · !rctvdifig ftili 'ipot *d' For Spot rifii, big ttiultt, till HE 5.1 lit. tit. 24? -- WASHINGTON WV-Chair man Marry F. Byrd, D-Va., if the Senate Finance Com mittce spoke out Monday against the central feature of he Kennedy tax revision bill --an investment credit designed to help American business modernize. Byrd made his distaste for he proposal clear to Sccre- ary of the Treasury Douglas Dillon at the outset of public icarings on the House-approved bill. The Virginian sharply denounced the credit, estimated iy Dillon tu cost $1,350,000.000 a year in the form desired by the administration. Jyrd called it a "subsidy," a 'gimmick" and "an amazing irnpos.il." * · * · IIP. SAID the credit would 'create still another depend' ncy on the federal treasury 'or something that business should do itself." Byrd announced that staf! members of the Senate-House Internal Revenue Taxation Committee have cstimatcc the I9(i2-at budget will be $3,81B.(KK,000 in the red in stead of showing the $103, 000,000 surplus forecast 1 i-sidfiil Kennedy. Byrd said the deficit in tin current year, fiscal 19C2 which ends June .10, also probably would be closer to $!) billion than tlic 57 tiTllion forecast by the treasury. He then told Dillon, open ing witness at the tax hear ings, that "I predict right now the deficit for these two year: will be $13 billion. "I hope I'm wrong, but I'm willing to bet you a hat on it." Dillon didn't reply to tin offer, but he did say he stil hoped the more optlmistii .treasury predictions wen I correct. ;illed in a plane crash in 1958. Miss Taylor and Burton lave been seen together frequently off the set of "Cleo- atra," lunching, nightclub- ing and on one occasion eins photographed kissing luring a break in the shoot- ng. The rumors that--whatever happened with Burton--Fisher was through grew to a high pitch after Fisher flew from omo to New York about two weeks ago--while Burton's vife and children were leav- ng Rome for London. * · · · FISHER denied there was anything wrong, but sparked he rumors by a hurried visit o a hospital. Emerging pale, wan and roubled-looking, the 33-year- ild singer held a news confer tnce last Friday, still denying ho breakup. Sunday night Miss Taylor's u s i n c s s manager, Kurt 'rings, arrived from Rome .vitii an undisclosed message o Fisher. Monday it was reported hat she had telephoned at omcy Nizcr, who has rcpre scnted both Fisher and Miss 'aylor. « . « « THE ANNOUNCEMENT hat turned rumor to fact came after Fisher had con 'erred for several hours al lis hotel with his accountant and other associates. The Fishers had no children Imt adopted an Italian orphan Take a Chance! She has three children Michael, 8. and Christopher fi. from her marriage to Wild ing, and Lisa. 3, by Todd. CLIMB UP TO IGHER EARNINGS ·nnurn Adjust your sights to this new high interest rate! At our previous rate of ^,6% you were receiving top interest. Now you'll be earning even- more. And our policy of paying interest four times a year continues. Consider the big difference this new rate will make in your total savings program! Consider safely tool Your savings are insured up to $10,000. (If there are three in your family, you may have insured accounts totaling $70,000.) Community offers many more customer advantages. Find out by visiting one of our nearby offices soon. DAILY INTEREST tfm you eren freater earrings. Yonr dollars earn Interest from the day they are recehred throng tie'end of the quarter COMMUNITY SAVINGS and Loin AttocUUon Atnit mertU.000,000 Utmttr Financial FidnoIlM Int. COUPTON 477 E.Compton Blvd./ PARAMOUNT 15353 Paramount Bled. / LONG BEACH 3901 Atlantic Ate. 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