Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California on July 16, 1961 · Page 6
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Independent Press-Telegram from Long Beach, California · Page 6

Long Beach, California
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Sunday, July 16, 1961
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·A.-- INDEPENDENT-PRESS-TELEGRAM , Lena Bl«h, Calif.. Svnrfav. July 1*, 1741 LD NEWS BRIEFS Fiance of Crosby Girl Reappears Refugees Pour nto West Berlin H. FRANK JONES Says Her Family 'Pushed' SAN FRANCISCO UP)--H. Frank Jones, who failed to '*how up for his wedding to bandleader Bob Crosby's daugh- ' tcr, returned to his apartment here Saturday and told waiting newsmen: "I told her all along 1 wasn't sure. Her family tried to push me into it." "Mr. Jones and I are through," said Elizabeth Am Crosby. "1 am icturning his ring." Jones, who had told Mis: Crosby Friday he would ge a shave and meet her to ge married in the City Hal chambers of a Superior Cour judge, said he instead drov to Sonoma, Calif., and spen the nighl. He said Saturday that Mis Crosby, 26, had been seein a psychiatrist, and claime she hadn't told him. Miss Crosby, who scoffe at Jones' remarks allegin ; family pressure, also said that Jones knew she had seen ''psychiatrist for a short time after their breakup in Februar; \Thtrd Yacht Finishes Race · HONOLULU (,P»--The 66-foot cutter Nam Sang crosse l l h e finish line the apparent winner Saturday in the 22n \ biennial San Pedro to Honolulu Transpacific yacht rac : The cutter slid across the Diamond Head finish line ; [\-Afi a.m. (HST) for an elapsed t i m e of 10 days, 16 hour '· 4fi minutes and 25 seconds. She also placed first In Class ^competition. · There was still a mathematical chance, however, thai J the RO-foot sloop Jchihan could nose out. the Nam Sang for ·the handicap title. ; The Nam Sang was Ihird to finish the 2,225-mile yatc.h-j · Ing classic, crossing a f t e r the sloop Sirius H and the 72-foot ; ketch Ticonderoga. The Nam Sang has, however, a better '; handicap time t h a n the first two finishers, ·.Attendant Slays Sweetheart · LOS ANGELES (CNS) -- A service station attendant {shot his sweetheart Saturday and then carried the dying ·woman into a hospital in an attempt to save her life. ( But pretty, dark-haired Adelina Maldonado, a 36-year- ·old cocktail waitress, died on an operating table at Lincoln ·| receiving hospital from a bullet in the heart. The boy friend, Ishmael G. Ozuna, 35, carried the un (Continued from Page A-l) the Kremlin on ould go to onday. 4 -- The Chicago Sun-Times aid that President Kennedy as reached a firm decision n mobilize some elements of armed reserves to meel Soviet threat td West he ie erlin. The newspaper said ey members of Congress ave been advised of the de- ision. Final determination o: ,ow many men will be mo Hired has been deferrec nlil Kennedy receives a de ailed Pentagon review this veek, the Sun-Times said. 5 -- In London, the Sunday Times reported signs that a new, anti-Communist uprising s brewing in East Germany. vhole family packs up and akes off. * · * « THE COMING week may show if the Communist authorities are going to take sharper measures. There w i l l j je 20,000 visitors crossing Red territory to West Berlin' for a major Protestant church rally. About 150 buses have been chartered by the Kirch- enlag, as the five-day meeting is called. The Communists have banned meetings of the ally in East Berlin. They ave also made it plain in ie provinces there is "no eason" to come to Berlin for he sessions in the Western ectors of the city. ers B e a c h A dispatch from a Bonn correspondent said East German efugees arriving in Berlin iad indicated that underground workers are plotting popular uprising along the lines of the June 1953 revolt. In Berlin there were other reports, slill unconfirmed, that Communist police are stepping up their spot checks on trains t h a t may be carrying refugees. This is the peak travel season in East Germany. Since school closed i week ago, it no longer ex cites much suspicion in ar East German town when \ told Dr. Grover E. Christenson: "Doc, 1 just shot my girl. President ;conscious woman i n t o the hospital shortly after ·! a.m. a n d , ,-lold Dr. Grover F,. Chri. ; Please try and save her." 'JFK Invites MacArthur to Lunch ·; HYANN1S PORT, Mass. (/PI--President Kennedy, mix- ;'lng work with relaxation at his Cape Cod summer home, /Saturday invited General of the Army Douglas MacArlhur ^ t o the White House Thursday for a conference on the Philip- ·' pines--and possibly military matters. ·' White House Fress Secretary Pierre Salinger said the "President invited.General MacArthur to luncheon for a re ".port on the general's trip to the Philippines. · Chicago Rejects Racial Proposal -'- CHICAGO (UP1)-Chicago police officials and integra- ' t i o n leaders joined Saturday in rejecting a congressman's '.proposal of federal intervention In the city's racial tension Fifteen to 20 persons have'been injured in the past two ".days in a southwest side neighborhood where a Negro boy ; was shot to death earlier last week. Ten persons, most o ',them Negro teen-agers, were in police custody Saturday '·nighl. \Bowles Seen on Way Out Over Policy (Continued from Page A-l) outside observers. It appar ently has proved frustrating| to Bowles. T h e f o r m e r Connecticut governor, who scored high as| ambassador to India u n d e r Truman, was one those considered hy Kennedy for the secretaryship FREDERICK STUFCK Monoxide . . . In Garage Wife Finds FPC Member 'A Suicide LIVER, STOMACH AND DIGESTIVE TROUBLES vhich finally went to Rusk. 3ut unlike some less-known last undersecretaries, he ap- larently has been given lim- ted departmental authority. Despite his background of congressional service, his appearances on Capitol Hill have been limited, and he has held no public news conferences. * * * + M A N Y O F B O W L E S friends think he is being made the administration "whipping boy" for things that have no clicked fit the State Depart ment. This is one r e a s o n aside from Kennedy's personal feeling toward Bowles, that any shift in his assignment would be handled "diplomat- cally." Harriman, who will be 70 QUICKLY DISAPPEAR Why ccnlinuii lo iultir Irtesi dlilreiung jymDtomi ol HEARTBURN, BLOATING, BELCHING. G A S , SOUR STOMACH, ACID VOMJTING when Dr. Cfisn's FimMit Chines* Herbs may Jielp YOU battr IP Heallh, tnt Hap- Bin til? They «ra created lo btnifil lh» entire syitim, wnlhlng tht effected parli, YO-J oir quick rtllit wllfwat otnlul oflict trtitmenl wtlh iht niturat Kcrbal TreaFminT. DR. CHAN'S /i»rural* Htrhi purify, tleantr ana r«rore Ihe slomach, liver anil joletr ro nor/rial Kindlon, prsvenlirv^r CM And lowr«r Ihe bload pre«ur*. No msttrr what ycur ·Ifment may b* Ihtre Is an Ji«rb r«mtt?y fcr il. DR. CHAM, D.C HEi-P FOR SUFFERERS OF THESE AILMENTS · Bladder Tro-jfcli · BolU · Catarrh · Cold* · CCH1U · · Constipates OFFICE HOURS Tufti, Frl. 10 In 11 Keen a to i P.M. WiKjTVsaP. 16 to 12 Noan doied .Wcn.-Thun.-Sun. i Cfirnnlt Cou Crampi cr Milk L«a · Qlrzirmi · Dropsy · Dysenrtrv · Ev« Trout-1 e i Gall BldtfdDf Ht Kid . idney Trouble Leg TrouMf LIvarTroublt Dr. Chan, D. C. Chinese Herb Specialist 928 LONG BEACH BLVD. Sour Slcmath Stottich Trouble Urlnprv Dlls.lil VomiUng P^WleHE M17» El4b|ilhtf Ovir 10 Years in Long Seach (Continued from Page A - l ) ippointed by Eisenhower in une of 1S59. His current erm would have expired in June, 1964. No note was found immediately. Stueck's home is in a fashionable section of northwest Washington. IN MAY,* I960* he was quizzed hy a House legislative oversight subcommittee on reported meetings with industry lawyers and officials at the congressional group investigated alleged influence peddling. Stueck told the committee! his prominent Republican a n d . Democratic friends didn't t r y ' to influence him. He agreed that lie frequently met with representatives of gas companies with which JULY SPECIALS save up to on famous maker coordinates ~ J c o t t o n s . . . k n i t s . . . dacronsy jn pastel prints and solid c] colors. Sizes 10 to 18. ·;·'; Not all sizes in every item. :v ; the FPC deals, as prominent political well as figures. next November, has filled the But he said these meetings' roving ambassadorship in the first months of the new administration. But in recent weeks he has been tied down at the dragging Geneva conference on L a o s , and the White House has given no evidence of having other plans for him. As a former ambassador to Moscow, Harriman's preference is understood to be work on the problem of Soviet relations. The possibility of Bundy's move to the State Department is related in some speculation to Kennedy's recent selection of Gen. Maxwell D. Taylor, retired Army chief of staff. ;as his top military adviser Taylor's role, it was said, may :overlap Bundy's present na ·tional security responsibility w ere social or casual and did not bear on commission business. he said these meetings were social or casual and did not icar on commission business. * * * c STUECK LEFT his law practice in St. Louis in 194! to" lake a position as executive assistant to Gov. Forrest. C. Donnell. He entered the Army in 1943 as an enlisted man.. He held a major's commission in the army reserve. A f t e r his discharge from the service in 1346 he became manager and later vice president in charge of operations of the Transit Casualty Co. in St. Louis. In 1950 he returned to his law practice 'intil his appointment to the FPC. We've Cleared Out Our Warehouse for a Carload Shipment of Mople Furniturr. Due to Arrive OUR PARKING LOT IS LOADED Everything Goes During This Mid-Summer July ONE DAY ONLY-TODAY SUNDAY 9 A.M.-8 P.M All Upholstered Furmtur* Floor Samploi -Bedroom, Livfn9 Room, Dining Room Wid. seltclleit or B«lulivl Decorator Coleri A Solid Maple -Distressed Step END TABLES tram /·Drawer Knechole DESK Step END TABLES LAMPS ACCESSORIES REDUCED DRASTICALLY TO CLEAR Full Size BOX SPRINGS MATTRESS III C«J1 -- Tolled ImQOflid Damatk Tictcha Thtv Last SET E-Z TERMS LAY-AWAY GAriield 8-1444 5869 ATLANTIC -. LONG BEACH J MONDAYS A FJUnAYS 9 TO 9 2.98 T shirts 4.98 Dacron shirts 6.9S Janutcas 7.98 Knee pants 7.98 S k i r t s - C a p r i s 9.98 Jamaica Sets 12.98 Stretch tops H.9S Sun dresses 17.93 Stretch pants sportswear now 2,98 . 4.18: ; 4.78 4.78 5.98 now 7,78 . now K.98 now 10.78 now now now now now jlonr UNPRECEDENTED SAVINGS! FAMED NAME SHOES 12.99 to 14.99 Jacqueline and Corelll 7 47 Slim high heels, fabulous l i t t l e heels, hundreds of pairs of whiles and favorite summer colors. Calf, patent, lustres, all greatly reduced. Most all sizes in group. jecnrjJ jlonr SEMI-ANNUAL SALE OF NATURALIZERS-spring a n d s u m i n r r (shoes. Regular to 15.99 -- n o w . . . 9.90 WEEKDAYS 9 A.M. TO 5:30 P,M, special promotion meirs sport shirts by puritan regular lo 4.00 regular to 8.95 1.99 2.99 Terrific selection of short sleeve sport shirts and knit shirts at tremendous savings. All new and fresh merchandise in latest styles, colors and patterns. Wash 'n' wear fahrics . . . need little or no ironing. Sues S, M, L, XL. n,til'i rlnlbing street fhr.r Avo. at Fourth,,.$hnv Momlny' Friday -til 9 l.M,...Pai'k

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