Independent from Long Beach, California on May 22, 1957 · Page 11
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 11

Long Beach, California
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Wednesday, May 22, 1957
Page 11
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INSPIRATION POINT THREATENED -,'; of stress each, were driven In.Uog lawk,-c«iw. the slide area In March, He said the slippage rat* of one and a Laittd Slidiiiff Into Sea Inch a Day . · - · , . . · . . . · ' . · . . . ... · . Cx ;·'!· · · · · ,- , - · · · · .' . . . ·/ By BOB HOUSEB Two hundred acres of For. tueuese Bend land eliding Into the sea at the rate of an Inchwithin · month, county super- tlon, bated on an evaluation by a day threatens to Bulldoze In- iplratlon P o i n t Into the IBB Dispute in Seal Beach Church Goes to Court SEAL BEACH -- Suit to Kali control of the First Assembly o God Church wai filed Tuesday afternoon In Santa Ana Superlo Court, M the Southern California District Council of the Faith claimed the Seal Beach church Fatal Crash Came During Landing Try - SANTA BARBARA UE) -- Tht Qvll Aeronautics Admlnli trttlon Mid Tuesday It h« learned that pilot Edward P Gauthler of Rldgecreat, Calif. wai attempting to land of , coune w h e n hli llEht plane : ilammed Into a mountlnilde killing three persons Saturday night,. , ' · , * · ^ · f" THE CAA'i traffic contro agency, which was In communi cation with Gauthler on the flight, »nld he apparently was dropping the plane about 1,000 feet every two minute* from an altitude of 7.000 feet when It struck · 4.290-foot peak at the 3.000 foot level. Gauthler Is still In crlllcn condition at Cottage Hotpltn here from Injuries suffered In the mishap. His wife was able to speak to him briefly Tues day. , , , i '·.-·· · · · · ·-·'i" HE WAS on a flight from Santa Monica with Miss Jean HUIer, a singer, and Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Smith, all of Los Angeles, and had trouble keeping a visual flight route, the CAA said. A spokesman a a Id he left Santa Monica In a rainstorm. In « series of radio contacts with the plane, the CAA determined he was warned of heavy Jet traffic flying out of ' Oxnard Air Force Base and was given Instrument clearance with Instructions to separate from other aircraft. .-,, · *.--..-,. Carrier Returns ^ SAN DIEGO (ILK--The aircraft carrier USS Shangri-La returned to port Tuesday following a six-month tour of duty In the Far East, the Navy announced. The carrier USS Bennlngton, meanwhile, was scheduled to return Wednesday from the Far East. was no longer "sovereign," ' · The action accused Donald E. Barry, .pastor, of "holding doctrinal views and convictions not In keeping with the constltu tlonal d e c l a r a t i o n s of the church." It also alleged regular mem ber« were "dropped" and others added, to do the bidding of .the minister, · · · · · - · · - . . ' A LONG LIST of co-defendants was named. Included with m i n i s t e r Barry were Deanna Toppln, Juan* Hatchltt, Estelle Drent, Helen Dykes, Betty Jones, Anne Chafe, Stdle Reynold!, Gladys Drent, Gertrude Toppln, Christine Van Dalsem, Francis Hlatt. Madeline £agle, Linda Campbell, Donna Walker, Dorothy Rowe, Mabel Prince, Grace Collins, Ruth Wood. Mary Cowley, Corrine Peterson, Glen Walker, Clyde Rowe, Monroe Prince, Karnsworth Top- pln, Edward Jones, Wilson Dykes, Paul Chafe. Ralph Hlatt, Jim Wood, Earl Crow Copley, and five unidentified others. '. Studio* to Suspend MEXICO CITY W--Officials say the government-operated Class M o v i e S t u d i o * are suspending operations to ease he competition on private stu dlos, which face bankruptcy, visors were warned .Tuesday, Atty. Gerald G. Kelly, representing a major landowner -Palos Verdes Properties, urged the county to undertake an lm mediate $250,000 remedial pro- geologists McIntoihA Mclntosh, a study sponsored by damaged landowners. · -· · Kelly told supervisors their experts advised that Inspiration Point, long considered to be the against the county for cracked tomes and disappearing acreage. quick study and recommends- Kelly proposed a three-ntep remedial program which he ,iald has been proved effective In recent experiment. 'Immovable object" at the base of the slide area, could not long gram to' forestall millions of dollars In damage. Landowners and private home withstand the millions of tans owners already have filed more O f pressure from the slippage, than $8 million In damages o nce lt Elvq , way. he said, the damage area would widen westward causing ."almost lncalcu latett damage" to the highly-de- SUPERVISORS p r o m i s e d veloped residential area In that direction. THE PROGRAM would In elude J50.000 for the driving concrete pilings or caissons Into bedrock; $14,000 for removal of 170,000 tons of dirt fill from the top to the toe of the slide area, and $60,000 for a rock revetment at the toe of the slide. Kelly said two reinforced concrete pilings, four feet In diameter, 20 feet long and capable of withstanding one million pounds fourth Inches per day was reduced-by 13 per cent. To double check the method, he said, two more pilings were driven JO days later, A slippage check two days after the second test showed a reduction of 23 per cent In the slippage rate. AMONG INDUCEMENTS offered the county for Immediate undertaking .of- the remedial of program* were Kelly's assurance that Palos Verdes Properties would not use county aid as an admission of liability In Its dam age actions against the county. He further "provided that Palo* Verdes Properties would donate the rock required for the program. "If you wait two or three weeks, or a month," Kelly as- «· . INDEPENDENT-- serted, "you might as well forget about It. Wo will have lost our natural abutment In Inspiration Point and caissons and pilings would not hold," County Counsel Harold Ken nedy advised that t|jp matter be referred to proper authorities for quick appraisal and also suggested negotiations with Portuguese Bend litigants for possible reductions of existing claims against the county. County Engineer John Lamble, complaining that the Mclntosh report, dated April 26, had M* ' recently been put w his bunds. said he would report back':' at n e x t Tuesday's supervifttV meeting If humanly possible.,'* WE GUARANTEE lO.r Watch «4 Click R.p«lr- Ihra f*r Oiw Year. WOLF'S JEWELRY -r 117% I. Till ( ' · ·* HE 7-5000 ' ' · problem* ; off America 1 ! f teen-agers ·', Recmt betdUoM oo Um+nt mm, Ktlvltlo tn (hockln* omn to p everywhere. June Btiiir Homu A Gordon mom at Uw Hariss fa* hind UMMheidliflM putt Amoriest teen-M« sen proMem in hi pnvw pcnpectlvc, Emlont uciokfiitis*4 ptycholOfUti annlrxi UM probMM with helpful tdvta to ptrants. OM JuM Btlltr Homtt 4 Canto Md%. wbcnvef imprints an soldi - . .Tired, Aching Feet? wmuituw rum - UUOUSH .'aura IOB NNilUU itnci ' ' k. MtTl FM-tlM. II.M ». Don't Ut painful f M t dm to *rll«tuebMm*lu you (M| ml*- ·fubl. «U owl Dr. BchoU'i Arch Support! tit* nlkf by ftttljr rait. tnf WMktMd uebM, prarldi rwt- Ail Npport, txlp (TM notcUi and. 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