Independent from Long Beach, California on April 4, 1962 · Page 6
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P«g» A.6-INDEPENDENT Law luck. cu*,. WX, Aw* «. IMI Judge Kills Louisiana School Act NEW ORLEANS W» -- One wfcek after the C a t h o l i c Church ordered Its schools desegregated, a federal judge Tuesday threw open to Negroes the first six grades of all New O r l e a n s public schools. ' U.S. District Judge J. Skelly Wright made his order effective at the beginning of school next fall, same as the order ^Iarch 27 by Archbishop Joseph Francis Rummcl applying to all Catholic elementary and secondary schools, grades one through 12. ;"ln speeding total desegregation in New Orleans public schools. Judge Wright threw out Louisiana's pupil-platfe raent law under which only 12 Negro children now at tend six scattered schools. ;-,THE LAW -- conicd from pttpil-placcmcnt laws in other Southern states -- hail been considered the base on which Louisianans might keep in iegration to a token trickle. ;'.On the heels of J u d g e Wright's order. State Sen. E. W. Gravolct. vice chairman ol Louisiana's joint legislative committee onsegregationpre dieted the legislature "whl take some drastic actions." . -."We now think that w have the answer which will ultimately solve this prob lem," Gravolet told the As. sociatcd Press, "and help the people thwart this so-called sociological experiment which has been forcefully imposed .upon the people of New Or. leans. ;."AII I can say at tlie present time is that you can be assured the legislature will meet this problem head on and will not let the people down." --Aswdafed Pmi Wlrtrtwto MRS. DOROTHY WORLEY PETS DUKE after the capture of five escaped San Quentin prisoners near her Santa Vcnetia home. Dog barked most of the night. In the morning, Mrs. Worley looked out and saw three of the five escapees. She called the sheriff. Barking Dog Helps Trap Five Escapees SAN QUENTIN (/Pi--Duke's insistent barking kept his annoyed mistress awake most of the night. But the dog's alarm finally paid off with the capture Tuesday of five convicts just 29 hours after their ovcr-thc-wall escape from HE RE-GREW HAIR For Dramatic Story See Page 12 ol Section A San Quentin Prison. "Duke deserves all the credit. He's a wonderful watchdog." declared M r s Oorothy Worley, whose Santa Vcnetm home is only 10 miles north nf S.in Quentin. She spotted three of the fugitives on a wooded hillside about 8 a.m. when she looked out a window. Mrs. Worley tad looked out vainly during the night trying to see what excited Duke, a brown mixed breed boxer and shepherd. · * * · SHE LOOKED out again carefully when her daughter. Donna, was ready to start for school. San Quentin guards, responding to Mrs. Worlcy's lelephoncd report to the Matin County sheriff, rounded up all five fugitives less than .10 minutes later. The CEREBRAL PALSY? SPEARS researchers hiva developed corrective methods for the treatment ol cerebral patsy, rntntal deliciency, epilepsy and kindred afflictions of children. World Famous Spears Hospital Maximum benefits »re usually possible when the patient undergoes treatment toon after the first symptoms appear. If YOU are interested, write SPEARS for free literature on this subject, and see your local chiropractor. SPEARS CHIROPRACTIC HOSPITAL Cast 10th Jersey Sts. DE3-1581 Denver 20.Colo.Depf. AP4 convicts surrendered quietly. They had had no food. · * · * THE FAMISHED and ex haustcd convicts said they hadn't realized the dog's barking meant danger. "It looks like I'm going to do life on the installment plan," said Kenneth E. Adams, 12, who came to San Quentin for escape from a Stanislaus County jail work camp. He was sen-ing a drunk driving crm there. Associate Warden D a l e ·'rady said the five convicts would be charged in Marin bounty Superior Court with escape. Conviction would add one-year-to-lifc sentences to heir present terms. The fugitives with Adams were John L. Ruckcr, 31, 'rcsno County robber; James DuBois, 28, Los Angeles rob icn J. F. Spatola. 31. Santa :iara County robber, and G. :. Roark, 27, Los Angeles lurglar and parole violator. ;Top Qatfify Strrlct · f (anaiabla fricai PACIFIC AVE. RADIO TV Mil PACIFIC AVt. HI a-iUl l.'«,r,^rt mi Fire Ruins Reno Hotel, Routs 140 RENO. Nev. (UPI) -- Fire started by a basement explosion destroyed the historic Golden Hotel Tuesday, killing at least one person, Injuring 16 and forcing HO guests and employes ·Including a dozen showgirls to flee through smoke-filled corridors and down fire ladders. Fire Chief William Sorensen said the body of a middle- aged woman was recovered. Another body was believed sighted but firemen who climbed near the object later determined it was "some kind of a coat." Firemen, police and the American Red Cross were checking lists of guests and employes but they could only .Death Notices guess whether killed. others were THERE WERE 125 guests and 15 employes in the hotel, according to registers, when the fire started from an acety- ienc-tank explosion at 7:15 a.m., Police Chief Elmer Briscoe said. The hotel, with its casino, restaurant and theater, employs 513 at peak hours. It was believed at first that Carol Maye. one of the showgirls in the Barry Ashton revue "Playgirls in Paris" at :he Golden might have died "n the fire. Some witnesses said she last was seen as she stood screaming at a window. A dozen showgirls credited pink poodle named Nanush with saving them. The poodle, which appears in their show, was sleeping on the foot of Lane Quinn's bed. Miss Quinn, 19, Oxnard, -alif., said Nanush jumped to the floor and started barking. "Then I realized the hotel was on fire," she said. "I (nocked on doors along the iall and we got to the fire escape street." and down to the HANLEY--Bernard H.. 7 of Clearlake Highlands. Calif formerly of Long Beach, diet Sunday. Surviving are wlf Leona; daughter, Mrs. Allc Cook. Service Thursday, pjn.. Hunter Mortuary. BOEME--Mn.' Madge H 69, of 25 W. Market St., Ui Sunday. Surviving Is daugh ter, Mrs. Fay Moore. Servic Thursday, 10 a.m., H u n t e Mortuary. STROBELE--Mrs. Alma V 64, of Ridgecrest. Calif., for merly of Long Beach, die Monday. Surviving are hus band, Robert F.: son, Robert W., brothers, Albert, Arthu Hclmuth Lawien; sisters, Mrs Johanna Borgnog, Mrs. Trud Marshall, and one grandchik Graveside service Thursda; 9 a.m.. Desert Memorial Parl Ridgecrest. Turner Funcra Home, Ridgecrest, in charge THE FIRE caused Harold's 3lub, across an alley from the Golden, to close briefly for one of the few times in its existence. Golden Hotel co-owner William Tomcrlin said his In vestment loss was $5 million. The building itself was valued at S2 million. Bill Tomcrlin, owner ol Reno's New Golden Hotel and his brother, James, were co-owners of Long Beach's Wiltnn Hotel. They b o u g h t the New joldcn from the same man o whom they sold the Wilton n 1954. Frank S. Hofues. The Tomcrlin brothers, who wrchascd the Wilton from "rank Fishman for $2 million n 1950. were active in Long Beach rVars. civic affairs for four AUTO SAFETY starts with a better car. Find your's in Classified under "Autos Sale" today. Loot: now. for Creates the Softest Story EverTold! HART--Green. 84. of 102 California Ave.. died Fridaj Surviving are wife, Rebecca sons, Alphonso, Henry, Oti Sreensmoker; sisters, Mrs Mary Ann Hale, Mrs. Louis Jones, Mrs. Tessie B. Kinney Mrs. Zaddie B. Phillips. Mis Lurley Hart; and 42 gram children. Service Thursda; 10 a.m., New Hope Baptis Church. Harris Colonial Mo: tuary in charge. FIELDS --Anthony, 70. o 1894 Orange Ave., died Fn day. Surviving are parents Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Field sisters, Eleanor, Emily, Elaine Doris; brother, David. Servic Saturday, 11 a.m., St. Vesta C.M.E. Church. Harris Colo nial Mortuary in charge. MYERS--Ruby, 16, of 105 Olive Ave., died Sunday Service and interment i Ponca City, Okla. Harri Colonial Mortuary in charg locally. MVERS -- Jackie, 23, o 1055 Olive Ave.. died Sunday Service and interment 1 Ponca City, Okla. Harri Colonial Mortuary In charg locally. SELK -- Charles J., 69, o 4309 Charlemagne Ave., diec Monday. Surviving are wife Audrey Juanita; daughter Mrs. Jane Bllxt; son. Kenneth stepsons, John, Gene Butelo sisters, Mrs. Elsie Tobat, Mis Jennie Sclk; and one grant child. Service Thursday, fun., Lakcwood Mortuary. MAXWELL--John E., 81 of 2S35 Josle Ave.. died Mon day. Surviving are daughter Mrs. Lorraine Galvond; sons John, Robert; sisters, Mrs Grace Cummings, Mrs. Cath crine Draper; brothers, Frank Williams, Charles, Leonard and s e v e n grandchildren tosary today. 8p.m.. Requiem Mass Thursday, 10 a.m., both at St. Joseph's Church. Lake wood Mortuary in charge. FALCONER--Mrs. Conine A., of 4315 Pepperwood Ave. died Monday. Surviving are daughter, Mrs. Genevieve Hig gins; son, Ralph A. Rosary to day, 8:30 p.m. Requiem Mass NOH!--flmrs 50 «nft ind RrxiMr, jnu frjrrrly Inow )ou'rr ur.itinc thrm. Ilr-iilt of a rrvnliilimi.iry new fthiirm.iLinc rnnrr|it. llir«r arr thr «nf|r«| «|mr« wr've rvrr nude! Mnrr: Flor«li-im «l)lr« lliii «nf|. rifM with Mr authentic ».|u.irr \nt--«o modern .mil ma«rulinr. it'i changed the time hipr of ihr nation! Tap: THI Fdco*. nmA'niiV i^uarr tr*, in i'.urT Cal/tlin ... $J4.» J Ittnum; THI Fiuen, V\~J Turn I'roal, in fix I frr/Ji* ... $J«.»J FLORSHEIM SHOE SHOP 146 PINE AVENUE DOWNTOWN LONG BEACH Open Monday and Friday Evenings TMi amblam maant protacfion let YOU. It indicafai that »· ara talact rnambart of a public larvica a ciatioft which offart you and you family · ufa and lanibU mathoc of aliminatlng fwnaral oipafiia niah tU .all tno.fl WHITE CROSS PLAN. An admittad laqil raiarvo iniurar . iyi WHITE CROSS fuiaral plant ai- actly «t tpacifiad at n» fvtthar cot' no mallar «hara ycu ara at lima i ~ aad. anywhara in tfa Un!faJ Stati * Canada. Gat tkit protactiet nowl CUP. FILL OUT AND MAIL THIS COUPON TODAY . . . Pfaata tand *a full Information about Ha WHITE CIOSS PLAN ieu» obligation. _ Slraal or Rout* City - AIL TODAY TO: Dilday Family FUNERAL DIRECTORS i"n Pacific Ave. IIH 2-V/1I Thursday, 8 ajn., both at St. Cyprian's Church. Lakcwood Mortuary in charge. BAYLEY--Mrs. Rachel W., of CIO Cedar Ave.. died Tues day. Surviving are son. Frank M. Harrison; two grandchildren and six 'great-grandchildren. Service Thursday, 11 ajn- Mottell's Peek Mortuary. WAGNER--Mrs. Fannie E. G.. 88, of 42 59th Place, died Tuesday. Surviving are sons, Horace S., Gilbert G.; sisters, Mrs. Lena G. Barrett. Mrs. Helen G. Huntley; brothers, Q u i n n , George A. Gullck. Service Friday, 1 p.m., Mot' tell's Peek Mortuary. WILLIAMS -- Mrs. Laura E, 82, formerly of 281 Falcon Ave., died Monday. Sur viving are nieces, Mrs. Grace Clapper, Mrs. Marjorie ^3. Smith. Service Thursday. 1 p.m.. Mottell's Peek Mortuary. DUTTON--Mrs. Ida M.. 73, of 1916 Pasadena Ave.. died M o n d a y . Surviving arc nephew, Charles W. O'Bannon and two cousins. S e r v i c e Thursday, 1 p.m., Sunnyside Memorial Park Chapel. Pat terson Snively Mortuary in charge. CRANDALL -- Mrs. Pearl F.. of 5725 Corso di Nappli. died Tuesday. Surviving are nieces and nephews. Service F r i d a y . 1 p.m.. Sunnyside Cathedral Chapel. Patterson Snively Mortuary in charge. WALKER--Booker T.. 49. of 1420 Alamitos Ave.. died Monday. Surviving are sisters, Mrs. Roberta Jones, Mrs. Lctha Mae Jones. Service Friday. 10 a.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. RAMSAY--William A.. 63, of 521 Columbia St., died Puesday. Graveside service rhursday. 2 JO p.m., Veterans Administration C e m e t e r y , West Los Angeles./ Dilday Family Funeral Directors in charge. / ' SMITH--Donald'F M 50, of 2551 Pasadena'Aw., died Friday.' Surviving are daughter, «lrs. Donna Dunning: mother, ilrs. Mary Smith; sister, Miss Sarah Smith: Graveside serv- ce today, 2-30 p.m. Veterans Administration C e m e t e r y , West Los Angeles. Dilday 'amily Funeral Directors in charge. TOOTHMAN (Downey) -Roy E. Sr.. 79, of 7941 E. mperial Hwy., died Monday. Surviving arc wife, Alta; son, toy Jr.; daughters, Mrs. Alma isson. Mrs. Garnet Howell; irother. Emery: sister, Mrs. ccy Dodson; six grandchil dren and two grcat-grandchil dren. Service Thursday, 6 i.m.. White's Funeral Home, )cllflowcr. SELBY--Estella J.. 86. of 1218 E. First St., died Tuesday. Surviving is sister, Mrs. Maude Wright. Service Thursday, 2 p.m.. Dilday Family Funeral Directors. MATTHEWS--Dorothy B.J 46. of 1902 Stanley Ave.. died Monday. Surviving are hus- and, John H.: sons. Gene, 1 3utch Thompson: daughter.; Mrs. Patricia Lewis. Service Friday, 1 p.m., Dilday Family Funeral Directors. RAMIREZ (Paramount) -Marie B.. 88. of 15342 Virginia Ave.. died Tuesday. Surviving are son, Jose; daugh :er, Mrs. Rosa Perez; sister. Mrs. Dominga Lizardo. Rosary Friday, 8 p.m.. Para mount Mortuary. Requiem Mass Saturday, 9 a.m.. Our -ady of The Rosary Church, 'aramount. Paramount Mor- uary in charge. KERN (Anaheim)--William C4 71. of 300 S. Beach Blvd.. died Tuesday. Surviving are wife,, ImoGene; da,ujhteri. ( Mrs. Grace L. Klamforth, Mrs.' Jacqueline R. Persley. Service Thursday. 11 a.m.. Dilday Family Funeral Directors. Long Beach,' ROBERTSON ( G a r d e n Grove) -- George A., 51, of 12031 Candy Lane, died Tuesday. Surviving " are sons, George A. Jr.. David K.: daughters. Mrs. Joanne Elmer, Mary Ann. Kathleen Ann. Funeral arrangements a r e pending with Dilday Family F u n e r a l Directors, Long Beach, in charge. RAMSEY -- Sarah Leona, 75. of 5716 Lime Ave., died Saturday. Surviving Is husband, Robert. Service today. 1030 a.m.. Hunter Mortuary. LAUGHLIN--Mrs. Mary J., 84, of 6650 Cerritos Ave.. died Sunday. Surviving are sons. Joseph. C l a r e n c e ; daughters. Mrs. Mary Jessing, Mrs. Patricia Rinehart; brother, Norbcrt Anderson: sisters, Mrs. Genivieve McNeff, Mrs. Agnes Pflezer. Mrs. Clara Crimmins. Rosary was Tuesday. Mottell's and Peek Mortuary. Requiem Mass today, 9:30 a.m.. Our Lady of the Rosary Church. Mottell's Peck Mortuary in charge. 'DRAKE (South Gate)--Bud i.^SiOf 3726 Michigan Ave., died Jtfonday. Surviving are wife, Marlon: d a u g h t e r s , .uana, Roselic; sisters, Mrs. Vivian Hystrcm, Mrs. Vern lowman. Sen-ice F r i d a y , 1:30 a.m.. Dilday Family : u n e r a l Directors. Long Beach. I FIELDLN'G--Mrs. Mary H.. .'7, of 345 Corona Ave., died Saturday. 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