Independent from Long Beach, California on April 3, 1962 · Page 7
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"Thieves Take Jumper Root There Is no accounting for the taste of thieves. Police Monday reported burglar* carried away an object from a front yard on Orange Avenue. The object: a juniper root. · Sttllttt Ctti/tnUl Mill Ktulijil Kittural S.of««J It suit (lit mtit pari!cnttr ttilil SOUTHLAND SCENE Rider's Orphan to Grandma Fourteen · month · old Jef · frey A. Myers, orphaned by the shooting deaths of his parents, Monday was placed In care of his maternal grandmother. Long Beach juvenile cu ,thoritics said Mrs. Ludie Robinson cf Oakland took custody of the Infant Monday afternoon. The child was orphaned Sunday when his father shot his mother to death and then turned the pistol upon himself as the boy and three other adults watched In horror. Friends b l a m e d the deaths of Los Alamitos quarter-horse jockey Jackie Myers, 24, of 1175 Olive Avc., and his wife. Ruby, 18, upon her decision to obtain a divorce. Witnesses said flyers pumped three bullets into EWAR'S "White Label" in rwof ILBCD iccroi »wwr o JCHEWT wren w.. itwroM. i. r. his wife's chest and face as she held their son in the rear seat of a moving automobile In Orange County and then fired the last shot Into his head as the car neared Long Beach State College en route to a police station. Funeral arrangements for Mr. and Mrs. Myers are pending nt Harris Colonial Mortuary here. The bodies will be sent to Ponca City, Okla., for burial Critically Burned LYNWOOD -- Two persons remained In critical condition late M o n d a y night after they were burned in a fiery two-car crash early Monday that claimed the life of one man and seriously Injured another on the Long Beach Freeway. Sailor Robert Sotterwhite, 19, stationed aboard the USS Norton Sound, was transferred to the San Diego Naval hospital where officials said he was burned over 90 per cent of his body. Philip B. Bass, 25. of Mesa. Ariz., was taken to Los Angeles County General Hospital, where he was reported suffering from second-and-third-degree bums over 80 per cent of his body. The two were thrown clear of the auto they were in when it was struck by one driven by Bobby Kobb, 21, of 17830 Downey Ave.. Bcllflower. Kobb is in serious condition at St. Francis Hospital, Lymvood. Highway Patrol investigators late Monday identified the man burned to death In the wreckage as Carol) Haley Mitchell, 33, of Lubbock, Tex. They said the car driven by Kobb, a dairy worker, apparently crashed Into the back of the other vehicle. Bass and Sottenvhite were thrown clear when the car crashed Into a chain-link fence and exploded. Mitchell was trapped Inside. Oil Union Pact Settlement of a new one- year contract has headed off a threatened strike of some 700 oil refinery workers against the Texaco Co., it was announced Monday by officials of the Oil. Chemical and Atomic Work- crs Union. The contract, not yet signed, includes provisions the union has asked such as supplementary retirement plans providing for early retirement of older workers to avert layoffs of younger men. severance pay of one week for each year of employment with Texaco with a maximum of 10 years, improvement in a savings plan and standby pay for workers called to work on their day off. You are cordially invited. . . to attend Union Federal Savings' First Annuil Flower Arrange Exhibition on April Hi 7:30 p.m. at the Petroleum Club, 3636 Linden Avenue. FLOWER ARRANGING Come sniff a breath of spring with us... at this, our firsf* and very special (lower arranging show. There'll be expert Instruction in 2A^.\ jolf. de$iEI1 and arran 6' n 8 ...for parties, banquets-^VKjjfi^KK ...every season and every mood^.with'-H'l*|||^^» bridal story In flowert as the finale...all ^^If^jM Lnder the direelion of Mr. Tommy Christensen of Virginia Patio. In addition to the beautiful show...each arrangement created will be given away as a door prize... plan to attend now! FFEE TICKETS AVAILABLE AT UNION FEDERAL SAVINGS ONLY!!! Quantity limited.. .while they last! · Postag« FREE on all save-by-mail · Financial security since 1927. transactions. , Sa i e{y oj your Mv j n g S insured la · Earnings compounded quarterly. $10,000 by an agency of the United Stales Government. Now is a good time to open or add to your account and (tart your savings earning more. LONG BEACH BRANCH: 4512 Atlantic Avenue, Bixby KnoIls-OA. 8-1281 Mill Olfict: 426 South Spring Strext, U» Anjelw-MA 4 B624 Supreme Court Allows Housing Ruling to Stand WASHINGTON W) -- The Supremo Court let stand Monday a decision killing* a state anti-discrimination law that applied only to owners of itibllcly financed housing. The decision, which applied specifically to Washington state, has a bearing on several other states with similar law*. However, the Supreme Court's one-line order gave no reason for the ruling. In an unusual session, the tribunal ordered rcarguments In 12 cases it already has heard. This large number stems from the retirement of Justice Charles E. Whittakcr. · · * * THE COURT will have its full tie-breaking total of nine again when Whittaker's sue cessor is confirmed by the Senate. President Kennedy has nominated Byron R. White. 44-year-old deputy at' tomey general, for the post. One of the re-arguments ordered is on the question of whether Congress has the power to strip citizenship from native Americans who leave the country to avoid military service in wartime. The other cases includes such questions as: (1) the tax deducibility of legal expenses In divorce proceedings, (2) laws affecting the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Virginia and Florida. IMC*, C»»l, TMt, AM« I. 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