Independent from Long Beach, California on April 5, 1962 · Page 14
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Independent from Long Beach, California · Page 14

Long Beach, California
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Thursday, April 5, 1962
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SOUTHLAND SCENE Slain Man Believed Norwalk Sailor INDEPENDENT-P«g« A.I7 NORWALK -- The mutilated body of a sailor who was slain and dumped Into a ditch 20 miles from For- terville. Calif., l a i t week^ was Identified tentatively' Wednesday as W. T. Fambro, 21. of Nonvalk. Authorities said the victim wag a seaman attached to the Long Beach-based USS Kearsarge, which is in dry dock at San Francisco. The body was discovered late Monday below a Highway G5 embankment south of. Portcrvilte."W.T. Fambro" was stencilled on the uniform. ;'. Fambro had been beaten, slashed and shot twice in the chest with a .22-caliber weapon. Sheriffs officers theorized Fambro · had 'been shoved from a northbound vehicle three days earlier. There was no sign of a struggle at the scene, indicating the slaying occurred elsewhere. 9-Foot Steer Gone NEWPORT BEACH -Bruce Card noticed t h a t something w a s missing from his West Newport Beach restaurant when he went to work Wednesday. A " ninc-foot-long. steer made of fiberglass that had been placed atop the restaurant last week for ad- Using was-gone. Card said he would not file charges if the thief or thieves bring back the model steer. In fact, he offered a reward of two steaks -- cut from a real steer. Held for Trial BUENA PARK--A Buena Park father a n d daughter and another man Wednesday were ordered in Los Angeles to s t a n d trial in Florida on a charge they bilked a wealthy Clearwater, Fl.i., woman of $19,- R09 by fraudulently claiming to represent the Vatican in a fund - ni'lnp scheme. U.S. Commissioner Theodore Hockc issued the order for Rubin Robin, 46. 6321 S. San L o r e n z o St., his daughter, K a r o l , 23, and Frank H. Hicks. 55, to face the charges in U. S. District Court in Tampa. They are charged w i t h swindling Mrs. J e w e l l Thorn Welch! R o b i n and Hicks allegedly posed as American representatives nf the Vatican with papal authority to collect $500 million for the Jesuit Order. The trio allegedly violated a federal law when they had Mrs. Welch cable money to Rome. Matron Tells Loss Matson Navigation Co. reported a net loss of S1.0C7.137 Wednesday on 1961 operating revenues of more than $100 million. The passenger liners Lurline and Matsonia showed a pretax loss of $3,800.000 on their operations between California and Hawaii, according, to the annual report. The report said Matson's two subsidiaries, Matson Terminals, Inc., e a r n i n g $185,000 before taxes, and Oceanic Steamship Co., earning $1,250,000 before taxes, were the only profitable operations in 1961. The parent company reported profit of nearly $2.600,000 in I960 on operating revenues of $113,400,000. Cor Kills Stiilor WILMINGTON -- A n 18- year-old hitchhiking sailor was killed Wednesday when he was knocked 50 feet by a car as he was walking with a companion along Anaheim Street near Cervera Avenue. ' Robert E. Maxwell Jr. was dead on arrival at Wilmington Receiving Hospital. His companion,' John W. Davis, 19, was Injured but did not require treatment, police said. Both were stationed aboard the USS Maddox. Police booked the driver Poiping Raps Missionaries TOKYO (UPI)--Communist China, Indicating c o n c e r n about the continued impact of Christianity on China's masses, has launched an at tack on American Protestant ·ind Catholic missionaries in Asia, it was d i s c l o s e d Wednesday. A February issue of the Pciping People's Daily .received here contains a long article condemning the missionary activity In the Far East as an "imperialist" plot to "encircle ... sabotage and vilify" China. The Communists h a v e fought the church on two fronts internally -- expelling, imprisoning or killing foreign missionaries and attempting to establish " n a t i o n a l 1 churches divorced from such authorities as the Vatican. of the car. William W. Bradley, 35, of 2515 Olive Ave., Long Beach, on suspicion of drunken driving. They said he failed a sobriety test. Acting Chief ·GARDEN GROVE --Assistant Chief of Police C. W. Michaells will take over as acting chief when Rcece Ballard leaves the department April 15 to campaign for the Democratic nomina- tion In the 70th Assembly District. City Council decided that Michaells will advance to the chiefs pay of $1,125 a month while he is In acting command. ' · Michaells also will be eligible to seek permanent appointment. The city's personnel office set May 14 at 4 p.m. as. deadline for accepting applications and said It will welcome applicants fiom anywhere. FANFARE By Walt Dllaen -*v'~.: '''^*^^ S.«f«.4 U iii mil V .. .1 ··_ pirt!»l«r' · .' ' · So Anil ·'·' tulti · 6A MIX Photo Supplies BROWNIE "Flash 20" Camera'' Versa!.!! tupshoc!er... »iil b'Jt-u JUsi... 1 Cwtrcls (or _W|M, siw pictures. Dttble-ti- poswe peri's*. Syliae Bh* color. 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