Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1962 · Page 5
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Tuesday, April 3, 1962
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U.S. Aids Jordan AMMAN, Jordan (UPI) -The United States handed 'Jordan $3.3 million Monday as the first part of Its budget' ary aid for the fiscal year J9G2-C3. The United States pays Jordan about $40 million n year. ' HE RE-GREW HAIR Before After FREE HAIR CLINIC $·« --Amdttrt PrtM WUntett HERE ARE four of the five convicts who escaped Monday from San Quentin Prison by scaling two walls. From left arc G. C. Roark, 27, Los Angeles; K. E. Adams, 31, Stanislaus County; J. DuBois, 2D, Los Angeles, and J. L. Rucker, Fresno. BE MUSICAL with one of the instruments or pianos offered in Classified today un der Classification 79 79-A ,,,, SPRING SPECIAL! $ 19 95 Value TV STAND WHEN YOU ear... HANDCRAFTED ; SLIM PORTABLE, *»n,m ·» !». ml tkl »r~" World's Finest Performing TV SPECIAL OFFER! Thliwilkonly Beautiful $19,95 Baso FREE with any ZENITH Portable 19" TV at Beghrol's LOW PRICE ·Yh. 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All worked n midnight- to-S shift In textile mill. tho prison's Warden Fred Dickson said it was presumed the fugitives split up and were hiding in tho wooded hilly region surrounding the prison on the shore of San Francisco Bay. * · · · THE FIVE fugitives, all as signed as minimum security convicts to jobs In tho textile mill outside the prison's Inner wall, are: Kenneth E. Adams, 32, c o m m i t t e d for 1960 jail escape at Modesto. John L. Rucker, 31, committed from Fresno County for grand theft. James Dubois, 28, com milted from Los Angeles for robbery. J. F. Spatola, 31, sentence* from Santa Clara County for robber)'. G. C. Roark, 27, sentenced from Los Angeles for burglary and parole violation. All were accounted for at a routine 3 a.m. check. They were missing at 3:30 a.m. · · · · DICKSON SAID Investiga tlon disclosed they had stolen two screw drivers used on the mill looms and used these to break Into a storage room where they took the ladder Walter Dunbar, state cor rections director, announce* the mill's midnight shif would be abolished immcdi tely. Round-the-clock opera ion was employed because o supply shortage in sheets owels, and blue denim pris n uniforms. San Quentin, which houses California's death row and gas chamber, has been bur l e n e d with overcrowding iroblems for many months. THE BIGGEST AUTO SEAT COVER BUY IN SO. CALIFORNIA Goldberg Asks Ship Strike End WASHINGTON WV-Secretary o! L»hor Arthur J. Cold erg appealed Monday for an early end to the West Coast shipping strike and then announced government settlement efforts are being shifted o San Francisco. The secretary met with management and union prin cipals this morning to deliver iis personal appeal and this was followed by day-long sessions between the visitors and department personnel. The secretary named a special panel to meet in San Francisco with representatives of tho union shipping companies on Thursday, "to make a further effort to assist the parties in concluding a settlement." Named to the panel were: W. Willard Wirtr, undersecretary of labor, chairman: Robert H. Moore, deputy director of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service* and James J. Healey, a Harvard University professor ant maritime labor expert. 1-KOM 9 TO 5 "Hysteria never cot to the office today? Oh dear, I sent all the bedding to the laundry this morning-without checking." BETTER H O M E B U Y S every day In Classified. Read 'Homes for Sale." IMC*. c*i, T..I. A*U «. 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